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February 24, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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10 Thursday, Feb. 24, 1914 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE LentenBible Class Series Is Arranged Plans for a series of Lenten Bible classes were made at the first meeting of the new religious education and world fellowship committee of the Y. W. C.'A. Wednesday at the Y. Mrs. E. D. Dunlop is chairman of the committee and Mrs. Russell Girton, vice-chairman. The committee includes Mrs. Roy Felt, Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, Mrs. A. G. Krager, Mrs. Georgs O. Marsh, Mrs. Paul Pappas, Mrs. Paul Peterson, Mrs. Tyler Stewart and Mrs. Samuel E. Wolf. The Bible classes will be on 6 Tuesday mornings, beginning Feb. 29, at 9:30 o'clock in the morning at the Y. W. Mrs. Hathorn will be the leader and the lessons will be on the life of Christ The committee will also be responsible for a series of meetings at whichrMiss Thelma Estevez will be the speaker. One of these, will be a tea for the Residents club and the Hamilton Y ctab, March' 19. On March 28 and 217 there will · be morning and afternoon neighborhood meetings with Miss Estevez as guest speaker. LuellaY'lSn Bride of Clifford Norris Eagle Grove--The marriage of Miss Luella Y"Deen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil YDeen of Omaha, Nebr., to Clifford Norris, son of Mrs. Ann Norris of Eagle Grove, took place Feb.^14, at the Sacred Heart church in this city, the Rev. J. L. Byrne officiating. The attendants were Miss Donna Jean McDermott and Thomas Sadler. The wedding march was played by Mrs. A. E. Keller; Miss Alice O'Toote and Harold Keppers sang/ A wedding dinner was served to 45 relatives at the home of the bridegroom's mother. After a short wedding trip the couple is at home in Omaha. --o--PIONEERS TO MARK 5»TH ANNIVERSARY Kanawha--Friends h a v e received invitations to the 58th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cosgriff to be held at the I, O, O F hall in Britt Feb. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Cosgriff were pioneer settlers in the Kanawha community, and are the parents of Jack Cosgriff and Mrs. Dale Wagoner, both of Kanawha. WEDDING DATE APPROACHES--Mrs. A. T. Tweet 9V, First S E Church in Vale Is Scene of Marriage Nashua--Miss Ruth Litterer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theophil Litterer, and Pvt. Lyle Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fisher, were married Feb. 21 a1 the Little Brown church by the Rev. E. L. Hancom. They were attended by his sister, Miss Mona Fisher, and her brother, Arnold Litterer. The bride is a senior in the Nashua high school. The bridegroom was inducted into the service Nov. 16, 1942, and was sent to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Six weeks ago he was transferred to Grinnell college where he is taking special training in dentistry. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Doctors Warn Folks JVho^re Constipated! ' MENTALLY DULL HEADACHE · NO PEP "PS" STOMACH "*** V», Moating. energy «nd mental dullness being but a lev. And here's good advice! noted 011 j 0 physic,, pj. successfully relieved Korea faTMT ST £° m constipation with his laraous Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets--now wl * "?* fruegists Irotn coast to coart. Olive Tailets, being purely vegetable are «ondertul-not only to gently yet thoroughly cleanse the bowels but ALSO pep up liver bile flow. No griping or weafeenlnS effects. Test TONIGHT to feel "tip-top" tomorrow. Follow label directions. THURSDAY V. W. C. A. Play Night -7:30, Y. -W. C. A. Bundles for Britain-7:30, 814 Foresters building. Bethlehem Willing Workers north west circle-. 7:30, Mrs. Gordon Schaper, 611 12th N. W. · Immanuel Luther league-8, church. Baptist D. O. A.-8, Mrs. Luther Hodgihs, 1102 Hampshire N. E. Anchor Encampment auxiliary-8, I. O. O. F. hall. R. N. A.-8, Moose hall. . FRIDAY World Day of Prayer-12 to 1, 2:30 to 3:30, Congregational church. Congregational Women-12:30, group G, Mrs. C. C. Carrick, 302 East State; group 1 Mrs. C. E, Starr, 807 Jefferson N. W.; group 2, church dining room; group 3, Mrs. J. L. Pauley 303 Carolina 3r. E.; group 4 Mrs' F. C. Lovell, 212 2nd S. E. : group 5, church parlors. Pleasant Ridge club-Mr. and Mrs. John Heinselman. Kill Kare Klub-Postponed. Our Saviour's Dorcas circle · 2, church. Joint Labor Legislative committee 7:30, Labor temple. U. S. W. Grant division-1:30, school. St. Anne's guild-2, Mrs. Ray Whorley, 23 12th S. E. Wonderful. .S ^r "^ ~ M^F OflHDQ " OUUrO-enriched this New-Day Way! HONEYJKAO SOY FtOUR is over SO per cent E*? 1 *? 1 : * «*"«»* Vitamin* of Ihe B complex. It is nch m s«ch essential food-minerafe as iron, calcium, potassium, phosphorus and magnesium. So -- when you enrich soups, meats, grav.es, vegetables, fish, bread, pics, cakes · and puddings wilh HONEYMEAD SOY ;J°" f"" 6 making them more nutritious, i. You ate actuaHy saving money. Order ound economy sack of HONEYMEAI*. IK from ycmr grocer -- tomorrow. CmHtk ie.pt W jrt HONfrWC40 SOT flOVI sor FLOW cpo« MCX COWMWT * CEDM HONIEVHEAO SSI FIOUR L'SE » T in S O M E W A y £ V f R Y M C A L EVERY DAY All Women of Churches Participate Women of all churches will participate in the World Day of Prayer to be held at the Congregational church Friday, sponsored by the United Council of Church Women. "And the Lord wondered that there was no ititercessary" is the theme which will be carried out in the program which will be presented in 2 periods, from 12 to 1 and 2:30 to 3:30. Each devotional period will be opened with an organ prelude by Mrs. J. E. Stinehart who will also accompany the soloists. Following the singing of a hymn, the Rev. Roy C. Helfenstein, pastor of the Congregational church, will lead the devotiom in tile noon hour period The offertory solo will be "Prayer" by David Guion, sung by Mrs Paul A. Peterson. The Rev. George O Marsh, pastor of the First Christian church, will be the speaker and Rabbi David Herson of Adas Israel synagogue will give benediction. Mrs. J. R, Cheyne will offer the invocation at the midafter- noon service. The offertory solo will be "You Asked How t Gave My Heart to Cbrist" by Cora Willis Ware, sung by Mrs. Haroid E Wolfe. The; Rev. E. Ray Dugger, pastor oE the First Baptist church, will be the speaker of the afternoon and the Rev. J. H. Bamford, pas- Grace Evangelical pronounce benedic- tor of church, the will ---U---Adeltrude Kronebusch Weds Joseph Schultz , in St. Paul Church Nashua--The marriage of Miss Adeltrude Kronebusch, Winona, Minn., and Leo J. Schultr, son of Joseph Schultz of Nashua, took place at St. Joseph's cathedral in St. Paul Feb. 19, witnessed by 200 relatives and friends. They were attended by her sister, Mildred Kronebusch, and his riephew, Don Brewer, Jr. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Commodore hotel in St. Paul. The bride is a graduate of the Winona college and for the past 10 years has been employed as a nurse in St. Joseph's hospital, St. Paul. The bridegroom was e{n- jloyed by the Fisher company at tfarshalltown prior to his going to Minneapolis where he is employed by the Mills defense plant They will make their home there. MERCY ALUMNAE ELECT OFFICERS Mrs. Lester Schelp is the newly ;lected president of the Mercy Hospital Nurses Alumnae association. Miss Doris Jensen is vice president; Mrs. Charles Heafovd, secretary, and Miss Irene Monk, reasurer. There were 25 present or the dinner meeting at the Jeferson amber room when the elec- ',ion was held. The 1942 farm crops of the na- ion were harvested fith 26,000)00 fewer persons t h a n would have been required if the methods of 1840 were still in use. Miss Esther Willand Bride of Hi® Bodde Suit 26J6 SIZES 12-48 T h i s sleek, single-breasted suit is one thing you must have in your fashion-wise wardrobe this spring, but the smart slender lines are right for every season. No. 2065 in size 36 requires 314 yards 54 inch fabric. Send 16c for Pattern, which includes complete sewing guide. Print your Name, Address and Style Number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. The Spring Fashion Book is now ready. Illustrates 175 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early. 15c a copy, or only IOC with a pattern. Include 2c extra [or handling and moiling. Address Pattern Department, .Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19lh SI New York 11, JT. Y. MRS. HIO BODDE --Russell Photo Nutrition Party Is Held by Telephone Company Employes Traffic and commercial em- ployes of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company were entertained,at a nutrition party in the recreation room of the Telephone building Wednesday evening, all of the employes having completed iu muiuu uieir a 6 weeks' course in nutrition with spring flowers. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Esther Willand daughter of Mrs. Clara Willand of Joice, and Hio Bodde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bodde of Hampton, performed Feb. 20 in the Sion Lutheran church by the Rev. Christian Notsund. The church was decorated .in spring flowers and candelabras of lighted tapers. Before the ceremony Mrs. Arnold Halvorson played nuptial music. The "Lohengrin" wedding march was used as the processional and Mendelssohn's as a recessional. Preceding the ceremony Myrtle Willand sang "O Promise Me," and following the ceremony "Oh Perfect Love." ' . The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Walter Willand, was attired in a gown of white satin, princess style, with sweetheart neckline. Her full ; skirt extended into a train. She wore a long veil held by a halo of seed pearls and lace. Her only jewelry was a locket, a gift of the bridegroom and she carried a shower bouquet o£ red and white roses. Miss Myrtle Willand, the bride's sister, attended her as maid of honor, -wearing a gown of pink net and black silk jersey. Miss Velma Bodde, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Erma Blankenship were her bridesmaids. Miss Bodde wore a gown of blue taffeta and net, and Miss Blankenship wore a rose taffeta gown. The attendants wore blush veils to match their dresses and carried Miss Ha Bragg as teacher. u»s nd .oiugg as teacner. , acamey wiiland, brother of the The theme of the program and bride, served as best man. Ushers ''.Cnrfltinn?; wac rm + f ! t i n » i ·«/·! *l^,-» \Vf*rt* 'Pi/»Vi*n**4./ TJ^J^^, V.^_L-L _ P decorations was nutrition and the program opened with community singing led by Robert Olmsted. A vocal solo by Ruth Howard, a poem, written by Miss Jacqueline Hotchkiss, read by. Miss Ebba Olson, and- a talk by Dr. R. E. Smiley made up the program. A ;ift was presented to Miss Bragg. The program and refreshments were under the supervision of mony for the friends and rela- Vliss Harriet Rowcliffe and Miss Lucelia Burnett. Hall-BoothWedding Held at San Diego Garner--Lt. Galen J. Hall, son of Mrs. Lena Hall, .and Miss Mary lrel u l l u lvirs . lxel Ann Booth, daughter of Mr. and with the serving -- Mrs. Booth of Dallas, Tex,, were married Feb. a, by the Rev. Mr. heran church, San Diego, Cal. 2pl. and Mrs. Marvin Schoneman, "arner, were the attendants. The bridegroom was graduated rom Garner high school and rom Iowa State college at Ames, le was commissioned a 2nd lieu- enapt at Quantico, Va., on Oct 20, 1943. He is stationed at San Diego. The bride was a junior at Iowa State college and a member of he Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. They are residing in-San Diego. --o-Miss Ann Schmidt Wedded to Don Haes Garner--Ann Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Schmidt of Garner, and Don Haes, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Haes, were married Feb. 21 at St. Boniface church by the Rev. M. J. Manternach. Mary Schmidt, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Pearl Haes, cousin of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Peter Schmidt, brother of the bride, and Curtiss Upmeyer, cousin of the bridegroom, attended Mr. Haes. Dinner was served in St. Boniface church hall to 60 close friends and relatives. The bride was graduated from Garner high and has been employed in Chicago. The bridegroom was graduated from Garner high school and has been forming north of Garner where they will makd their home. -- --o-Balsley-Anderson Nuptials Performed Orchard--Arland Balsley,. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Balsley, and Gwenla Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Anderson of Provo. Hlah, were married Feb. 20 at the Baptist parsonage in Charles City by the Rev. Mr. Cockram. The couple was attended by Robert Lock and Colleen Balsley. A wedding supper was served by Mrs. Balsley at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Balsley will live in the Snevley house. Mr. Balsley works at the Oliver plant at Charles City. --0-Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. M A C E ' S Smith Optical Co. Stanley Willand, brother of the were Richard-Bodde, brother of the bridegroom, Clarence Willand, brother of the bride, Arthur Kuhl and Eldon Hagen. The bride's mother wore navy blue and the bridegroom's mother wore black. Both wore corsages of roses and snapdragons. A reception was held in the church parlors following the cere tives. The color scheme was car ried out in pink and white, the bride's table being decorated with pink and white streamers. A 3- tiered wedding cake formed the centerpiece for the table. Marcella Bosch, Carol Groe, Vivian Hagen, Opal and Clarice R e i n s m o e n ' Phyllis Wellner, Mrs. Henry Well-' r and Mrs. Nels Nelson assisted Mr. and Mrs. Botide left for a brief wedding trip. Upon their return they will reside on a farm near Hampton. . Mrs. Bodde was graduated from Joice high school, Cornell college and Hamilton School of Commerce. Before her marriage she was employed as secretary in the law offices of Remley Glass. Mr Bodde was engaged in farming with his father near Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Observe Anniversary Corwith--Mr. and Mrs. Addison Miller celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary at their home in Corwith Feb. 20. Lizzie R-ickert and Addison "Miller were married at Maytown, Pa., in 1883, coming in 1910 to a farm north of Corwith where they resided until 1933. When ill health of Mr. Miller caused them to give up farming they moved to town. They are the parents of 1 child, Mrs. Joe Giebel of Corwith, 3 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. A number of relatives and friends spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miller. . --o--. F. V. G. CARD PARTY AT MOOSE HALL F. V. G. sponsored a card party at Moose hall Wednesday afternoon with bridge and 500 being played. Prizes went to Mrs. Harrison Davis and Mrs. Willis Bemiss, bridge; Mrs. Roy Isaacson and Mrs. Mary Childers. 500, and Mrs. Walter Hyde, attendance. The next meeting will be March 8. The Bastille of Paris was completed in 1383. MUSCULAR I ACHES-PAINS I ForQuick Relief · nut ^"ON THE SAFEST AND BEST INVESTMENT BUY WAR BONDS WATCHES L "· DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE iV. A. C. MEETING HELD AT CKAWFOKDS The W A. C. met at the home of Mrs. ( Ralph Crawford 1719 South Federal, with 6 members present. Plans were made for a grabbag at the next meeting to ·aise money for the war effort The next meeting will be March 8 ,vith Mrs. E. Ellison, 509 Madi- ion N. W. --o-Chinese historical records say hat silkworms were reared as early as 2650 B. C. .CHARLES C I T Y - B R I D E -Mrs. Hilda C. Mindrum of Minneapolis, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter Gloria, of Charles City, to Lt. R. C. Westerdahl, son of Mr. and Mrs E G. Westerdahl of Charles City which will take place soon. (Russell Photo) Federation Head Attends Centennial Mrs. John L. Whitehurst, president of the General Federation o£ Women's Clubs, has left Federation headquarters in Washington for Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican v Republic, where she is a guest of jj: the government during the cen- 3 tennial celebration of the repub- ' lie, which opened February 23 and j- will close March 4. Following the It- celebration Mrs. Whitehurst will S fly to Cuba where she will be E the guest of the Cuban govern- .5 ment and will see the war effort j now going on in that republic. j It will be recalled that Mrs. J Whitehurst spent 5Vz weeks i n f ; Great Britain last summer as t h e / - I guest of the British government,/ · where she observed "conditions inV''i' an active theater of war She'?1 traveled by plane' to and frorrt'H, Great B r i t a i n / W h i l e in LondonVi she was received by, the queen hi f \ a private interview and returned:!! to America with the Anthony EdeiUi party enroute to the Quebec cor.--j ference. "·(·· Mrs. Whitehurst was also s'V · guest of the Mexican government-) · in Mexico in May, 1942. tf. The Dominican republic is cele- ** brating its 100th anniversary o.'·?',"·' freedom and representatives frorr all the republics of the western hemisphere will join in the celebration. R E L I E V E Ease and soothe chafe. 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