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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1945 Convention Is Subject of Program - Mrs. Leon Woodward was the .Speaker at the January meeting of the Monroe-Washington P.- T. A. Thursday afternoon, the program being opened with music by the school band under the direction of W. A, Storer. Mrs. jr. B. Deck, president, had charge of the business session. Mrs Harry Helm read the state president's message. It was voted to increase the dues from 25 to 35 cents for. next year. Mrs. Fay O'Neil reported on articles needed for the Thrift shop and announced Jan. 16 as Thrift Shop day. Mrs. Virgil Price announced a sacrifice tea for the February meeting and Mrs. N Price announced the Parent Education meeting at Lincoln, for Feb. 1 Mrs. C. M.,Grippen introduced the speaker, Mrs. Woodward, who spoke on her trip ; to New York, bringing out the highBghts of the national P..T.'A. convention which she attended. . ~ · . Following th^ program, a social hour;- was' held- in the cafeteria the 4thVfgrade- -mothers serving! Mmes. Wes Murray, M.-.W. Quinlan, John Simon, W. H. Paxton, Herman and CarV. Holvik : were hostesses and Miss Emma Eenm and Miss Cecilia Volkman poured. The executive board meeting was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry Makeever with 11 board members present. Refreshments were served by the hostess. ' ; · . · The American .Historical association maintains a study room in the Library of .Congress. Miss Arlene Kloster Weds Francis Watne Ossian--Miss Arlene Kloster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Kloster of Ossian, and S/Sgt Francis K. Watne, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Watne, Davenport were married Dec. \31, at Our Saviour's Lutheran church in Los Angeles, Cal. The Rev. J. William Carlson officiated. Sgt. Watne is a veteran of the first marine.divi- sion and saw service at Guadalcanal. He is now stationed at the air base near Santa Ana', Cal . -- -- ....... FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1945 Associations Conduct Their 1st Meetings of Year __ _ _ ~ ~ ' , '· : * -- j. ^^P *~ ^r^Jmra. where living. he and Mrs. Watne are Q»dfr Mem Distress of A little V«-tro-no1 each nortrfl eff and prwnpUy reUera distress of bad colfto- makea breathing cuter . ... also helps prnrent many colds from de«d- opSw U OMd in tone. Tryft!YoimUkeit!Pol- Jow directions In folder. lill Inn VirUFut tlctt Ibri TrNtlt Itl VKKSVATt*NOft Father Gibbs Is Honored by Students The Rev. A. D. Gibbs, assistant pastor of St. Joseph church, who has been transferred to Greene was guest at a farewell program given in his honor by the students of St. Joseph's school on Thursday afternoon. The Rev. G. V. Steiert, former assistant at St Joseph's, and the Rev. V. Merfield of Charles City were present. William Ver Heist; senior class president, dedicated the program to Father. Gibbs and introduced representatives of various school organizations who expressed gratitude and appreciation for the work he has done for them. Those taking part in the program were- Richard Raymond; Richard O'Gorman, Mary Pirkl, Dennis Harold Francis Pattee, Barbara Kelly Esther Edel, Bernadette Dolan, Mary M a r g a r e t Downs and Jackie Brown. Musical selections consisted of «! M . mr £ ries " by .a'-double- sextet, Its the Same Old 'Shillelagh," a vocal solo by Joseph Steiner, "Ave Maris Stella" by the boys' vested choir, and "Mother Beloved" by the.entire student body. Miss Betty Lou .Clapsaddle representing the school presented Father Gibbs a gift. . NEWCOMERS CMJB IS ENTERTAINED Newcomers- club met Thursday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. for a dessert luncheon, followed by cards. Prizes went to Mrs. Roy Servison, contract, and Mrs. Leonard Tosel, 500 Residents of Garner ^ at'"Norfolk Miss Wanda Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Johnson of Ga .TM^ f* d Robert L. Hartwig, petty officer 2/c, son of Mrs. R. H Hartwig.of Garner, were married £S?V ?? Q the Parsonage of the First Presbyterian church in Ndr- Srfr Va VV w . ith the Rev " J - L - Wac- Millin officiating at a double rine ceremony. .. s wore * STay «=, - i , , n sr 'P suit with black accessories and a " 1 orchd - M«.. Prank - .. ran of Kanawha, cousin of the bndegroorh, wore a navy blue bride from ,,,, i.~_V, .--»" school «iuu iur me past 2% years.has been employed as a bookkeeper at the Hancock County National bank in Garner fr · «,bndegroom was graduated from the Kanawha-high school and was employed at the Edelen Food MRS. ROBERT HARTWIG TMarket a short time before joining .the navy Feb. 12, 1942. He 'served overseas about 22 months and at preswit^-is stationed at Camp Bradford, near Norfolk, an am- nninmire fr^inlnrr W - , Alaska i is a native Eskimo word meaning "great country." MAKES IT EASY TO OWN Come in soon.and let us explain our pkce setting plan...the modern, easy ivay to build your family silver service. And let us show you the lovely designs we have in beautiful enduring IJiTEKXATIOJfAl SXZRZ.IXC. You'll always be proud of your table' if it's set with this finest of solid silver.* place jetting costs J22.63 including Ux. · · WATCHES -ftlqnehord^ DIAMONDS Plans Made byW.S.C.S. of Wesley Women of the W. S. C. S. executive board of Wesley Methodist church met Thursday nooa at Hotel Cerro Gordo for a 1 o'clock luncheon to discuss and plan the work for. the coming year Mrs Paul Peterson gave the. invocation. Mrs. L. J. Folsom, president introduced the officers for the' coming year. _ They are vice president; Mrs. M. Peterson; corresponding secretary . E. Otto; recording secretary, / R . Byerly; treasurer, Mrs. W \ Constable; secretary of social relatton of local church activities, Mrs. L. Miles; secretary of missionary -education and service Mrs. M. E. .Clayburg; secretary of student work,-Mrs. M. C. McAlpine; secretary of youth work, Mrs. K Allen; secretary of children's work, Mrs. A. W. Wilcoxf secretary of literature and publications, Mrs. H Milnes; secretary of spiritual life, Mrs. P. Gustafson; secretary of supplies, Mrs. F. Stockberger. Chairman of memberships, Mrs i. W. Wilkinson; chairman of status of women, Mrs J Witham- chairman of publicity, Mrs V Polansky; chairman of those in service, Mrs. W. Davis; chairman of hospitably, Mrs J. Snyder, Mrs. K. Anderson; chairman of finance Mrs F Steffen, chairman of sick cards, Mrs C Hall, chairman of parsonage, Mrs E Bowers - Mrs. W. L. Constable presenter! the treasurer's report and the budget was planned. Mrs. Folsom challenged heads of circles and committees to set 200 as a goal for a total. membership. Mrs. P D Gustafson, ·spiritual life chairrnan' reported the name of the devotional book to be studied by each circle, "It All Happened Once Before ' by Roy L. Smith, and for general circle meetings, "Behold I Have Set Before An: Open Door" as outlined by the national board of missions and church extension of the Methodist church. Program material for general W. S. C. S as outlined by Mrs. M. Peterson chairman, the study of the books Cfusade for Christ," and "Christ After Chaos" by Bishop Arthur Moore, a postwar policy of the Methodist church in foreign lands And TJnfolding Drama in Southeast Asia" by Basil Mathews A brief talk given by the pastor, Dr. Paul A. Peterson, was given in appreciation for the fine spirit and co-operation of the women during the past and the interest shown in tne work for the coming year. Candlelight installation service of the new officers'will be held Sunday evening, Jan. 21, at 7-30 p. m. Arc VIII to be in charge of the social hour following the installation: This will take the place of the general meeting for January. More than half the working population of Hungary is engaged in agriculture. · , phibious training H elping the omemaker By CHAH10TTE ADAMS Baked Beans Deluxe Tomato Juice Baked Beans and Hamburger Green Salad French Bread Baked Bananas (Recipes Serve Four) Baked Beans and Hamburger 1/3 cup sliced onion 1/3 cup diced green pepper 2/3 cup diced celery 14 pound ground chuck beef 2 tablespoon salad oil · 2/3 teaspoon salt % teaspoon Worcestershire sauce -· % teaspoon powdered sage 1 medium dill pickle, slivered 1/3 cup hot water , t cups, canned or home made baked.beans . Saute onion, 'green pepper, celery and beef in salad oil until beef loses .red color, about 10 minutes stirring frequently. Add remaining ingredients. Heat thoroughly Baked Bananas 4 bananas % cup molasses . 1 tablespoon lime Juice 2 tablespoons margarine Peel bananas and slice in- half in greased bak- mg dish.; Combine molasses and JTM e J.u«e and pour over bananas. Dot with, margarine. Bake %t 350 degrees for 20 minutes, basting occasionally. If glazed bananas are desired, place under broiler for 2 minutes before serving. DOLORES HANLOUT ' TO BECOME BRIDE Mrs. Tesene i Is Speaker " at Lincoln Lincoln P.'T. A. opened its January meeting Thursday at the school with the pledge of allegiance, led by a group of Lincoln Boy Scouts. , Miss Arlene Glade's 3rd grade sang "Little Fly," "Don't Give Up," "Carpenter Shop," "Morning Prayer," "Swee_t Shepherd Song," "King Winter;- "My Ship and I" and "The Flag Song," demonstrating their music work and concluding with "The Flower" sung by 5 girls. Miss Esther Tesene, war food assistant of the Cerro Gordo county home demonstration agent's office, discussed the need of proper nutrition in the home and declared that-the worfc of the mother in planning and preparing adequate meals for the children in her home is equal in importance to any war job because the right kind oi basic food helps in, a person's development, builds his morale and sustains his courage a time of stress. Miss Katherine Gibson read the state president's message emphasizing the need for parent's support of the,,new school code bill and the urgency for public interest to insure the planning of the right kind of peace now in order to safeguard the future of children. It was decided-to hold the-annual school carnival on Feb. 2 Th"e Parent Education meeting wUl be at the home of Mrs. Vinnie Christensen, 1414 1st S. E., Jan. 17. The city-wide Parent Education will be at Lincoln on Feb. 7 when Miss Afton Smith of the "University of Iowa extension service will speak Miss Alberta Joslyn, new 2nd and 3rd grade teacher at Lincoln was presented to the Lincoln patrons. Miss Glade's 3rd grade won the attendance prize. Miss Lana Miles' room mothers served refreshments during the social hour with Mrs. Howard Young acting as chairman. 400Honor Fr. Kieffer CLARE P O T T E R _ Chinese hostess gown of verbena green and yellow, with draped tie- around skirt. HATTIE CARNEGIE -- P i n k daisies on a blue ground in a one-piece dress w i t h craped hips, deep armholes. at Farewell · More than 400 members of Holy Family parish and friends gathered at the parish hall Thursday evening for a farewell party hon- SOCIAL · who has en assistant: priest at Decorah--The engagement of Dolores Hanlon, daughter of Mrs. Thomas Hanlon, Burr-"Oak, and Lt. Joseph Quinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Quinn, Superior Wis., has been announced. Miss Hanlon is a,teacher in rural school of Winneshiek county, and Lt Quinn is a member of the merchant marine, awaiting re-assignment. He has had a.year's service in France. ister SUCCESS STORY! Th« Astounding Swing to th« N«w ·AD10NIC NIAR1N6 AID Cmfnu That No Ont NteJ Paj Mare Ttait $40 far * Quality hslnimtnt. COM! IM FOK A DtMONSTIA-nON w«? 7^ - r - - «»W»H«K pnest at Holy family and is leaving for his new assignment at Our Lady of Lourdes church, at Lourdes. The program opened with a TM,?L_:7, un ?We Down Shade in a dance, , Athlone," followed by "Anchors Away." ·" . .^°b BJTM. an Eagle Scout, talked for his troop in appreciation of the work o£ Father Kieffer Ihe Boy Scouts sang a group of songs and the Scout orchestra played. Earle Behrend, representing the Boy Scout organization, talked on Scouting. Donna Mae Sartor gave 2 readings, followed by talks by Joe Casey, Holy Family high school senior, and Joe McCauley, junior riie former represented the school and the.latter the athletic teams. A Homeo and Juliet skit was presented by a group of students. Ray Stockhouse talked for the Holy Family adult choir and Mrs. George Harkelrode the Holy Family Ladies' aid. The Rev. R P. Murphy spoke briefly as did the visit- m S Priests, the Rev. R. S. Bohrer and the Rev. G. V. Steiert George Harrer, speaking for the 'l ' expressed the gratitude of all for the work done by Father Kieffer during his stay 'in Mason City and presented a purse to him. The program was concluded by a talk by Father Kieffer who ex- FRIDAY Joint Labor Legislative committee-7:30, Labor hall. Pleasant Ridge club-Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stevens L. A.-P. M._ 8, I. O. b. F. hall. - SATURDAY Knights of Columbus-K. C. hall. Belief Grows That Drafting of Nurses Has Been Averted .Washington, (^--Belief that a drafting of nurses may be averted was reported growing Friday in official circles. Representative Bolton (R., Ohio) said that in a series of conferences with army, war manpower, nursing and congressional leaders she found them: 1. Heartened by a spurt of enlistments. 2. Hopeful that an intensified recruitment program would eliminate necessity for the draft. President Roosevelt requested the forced induction of nurses into the service this week, declaring 20,000 are required and "the need is too pressing to await the outcome of further efforts at recruiting." Mrs. Bolton reported, however, that there are "reports coming in from many areas of a flooding of the recruitment offices." Stepped-up recruiting, she said, got off to a slow start in the pre- holiday season, but "an upswing had been felt quite definitely even in the week preceding the president's message. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSPED TO COUPLE New Hampton--License to wed j t - -».^A*^-» wiiu CA- i^tw *iauijj»uit--uicmibv tu wea pressed nis appreciation and made was issued. to Tom Meyer, legal, ntR fai*^«/oll *** *i · * _ _ i w i -- - _ . · . . . ° _ * Program Is Presented by Fathers Garfield P. T. A. -was enter- tamed by the fathers at a program and social hour at the- regular meeting of the association Thursday evening at the school. The meeting was opened/with the flag pledge and the national anthem. Colorbearers were Orville Weber and Roger Bublitz Mrs. W. V. Ostby presided at a snort business session and announced . that a group of former Garfield pupils would present a radio skit over--the KGLO forum Jan. 24. The- Parent. Education up^U-Weet Monday evening 7:30 with Mrs, E.J.;KeUy, 715 Massachusetts" S/E.'·:'/ : ;T :j*J The program was announced bv Wayne Ravlin who presented LeRoy Spurgeon who sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Niechivo" accompanied by Miss Ruth Behrens. L. G. Hawkins read the presidents message. W. A. Storer directed the grad= school orchestra in a group of numbers: "Happy Days," "Lightly n OW ,' , A = t i v i t y , " " L o n d o n TT J ?, ge ' , Sf °P'" "Little Star,"-and Jolly cid St. Nicholas." A group of ,high school students, accompanied by Miss Behrens sang "I pream of You" and. "Don't. Fence Me In. Singers were Dorothy Johnson, Jack Makeever George Seister, Don Weber and LeRoy Spurgeon. Dick Setterberg played a baritone solo, "Beautiful Colorado, accompanied by Jean Cady. W. R. Hamilton, Speaker of the evening, talked on "Service Today and Tomorrow." A gift was presented to Mrs S - Armstrong by Vern Mott representing the. fathers. Mr. Mott and his 'committee h a d , charge of the social hour. The 3rd! rade won the attendance prize is located Mrs. Cerney Gives Talk at Harding of the Harding Parent- Teacher association at the school; Thursday afternoon. She was pre- - nd Pra -? er - The « an grade pupils, under the direction of Miss, Ruby DauSchroidt sang "Skater's Waltz," " S n o w Blr ^';i'TMy Grandfather's Clock* and "A Tea Party -in Fairyland '· announced by Jimmy Finlay^on, f h Trait ." "All Thru' the Night," "Amaryllis" and "Auld Lang Syne," sung by the 6th grade pupils were announced by Jerry Honken, Robert Horn, Jerry Newman and Chester Bowen. Duane The national president's mes- was read by Mrs; Allen Pat- Mrs. Wayne McGowan, president, conducted the business session at which reports were given by Mrs. Fred Aderhold, publications; Mrs. Phil Utter,'war service;. Mrs. R. R. Sutton, welfare- md Mrs. L. L. Swanson, by-laws It was voted to sponsor the Bov Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts for-the coming year. Mrs. m l? Lan an announced the Parent Education meeting for Jan 25 at 8 o'clock at the Hardirig school and a city wide meeting for 7-30 t eb. 7 at Lincoln school.. The attendance prize was won by the 6th grade. Refreshments vere served .by the 3rd g r a d e mothers, Mrs. Eldon Finer, chairman, assisted by Mmes. Lanean and Harold Elliott. Mrs. GeorS Holt poured. · B Edna MillCT^nde ·f Carroll Hutchins v AJeona--Edna Miller, daughter ' )f Leo Miller, and Carroll Hutch- ns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins, both of Algona, were married Wednesday in St Ce- eha's Catholic church here by the Rev. Father F. M. MaUinger They were attended by Mrs. A. W. Lindsley, matron of honor, md Edward Miller, brother of the mde, who was best man. Kath- nne Hutchins, the bridegroom's sister, was flower girl. Miss Josie ; McEvoy played the nuptial music- and Father D. Sweeney sang. . - . · · ! Following the wedding a re-' eption was held and dinner erved at Mrs. W. K. Ferguson's.' mends of the bridal couple were entertained at a wedding dance Wednesday night at Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins will be t home on a farm east of Algona. --o-- · " ' · . - ' · MRS. ROGER McKEE HONORED AT PARTY Miss Norma B. McKee enter- ained at a surprise birthday larty for her sister-in-law,. Mrs: toger D. McKee, who is visiting lere. Tripoli was played, prizes oing to Miss Verna O'Green and VIrs. Robert H. Wheat. Refresh-^ ments were served. Mrs. McKee s leaving Feb. l to make her home with her parents in Des Moines. fefsATONCEforeGeve !j to WRIT. The Arabian .Desert n Egypt. 4O HEADY TO WEAK Complete VfltS radionic lubu, cryitat microphont, N«ulrot-Color Eorphon. and Cord, borl.riri. On. mod*!, no "»." On. price... One quality, Z.nitS'i fin«f. AcctftiJ 4j Amtnt** tlititft A DR. J. H. LEPPER OPTOMETRIST 2S First St. S. E, Mason City, la. Its a young-in-spirit shirtwaist dress ; for busy women--cleverly unking efficiency and femininity. -The collarless version is particularly attractive in a print No. 2617 is cut in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 and 40. Size 16 3V 4 yards 39-inch fabric. Send 16c for Pattern, which includes complete sewing guide Print your Name, Address and Style Number plainjy. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. The Winter Fashion Book, containing 175 pattern designs of smart clothes for all ages, all sizes and all occasions, is beautifully illustrated in full color. Price 15c a copy. Address Pattern Department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St, New York 11, N. Y. « . ------ --" "f l"- Et.lO.UUIl clIlU his farewell to the parish. At the close of the evening refreshments were served by the ladies aid. GRANT PARENTS CONDUCT SESSION TM J ra f t «. Parent Etjucj tion group met at the school Thursday eve- wng at 7:30 with Mrs. Bruce garfc presiding. The lesson, Quarrels and Tempers," was read and discussed by members and ? puzzle ;was worked during the recreation period. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Charles Gassaway, Mrs. Roland Camp and Mrs. Maurice Monahan. ATHENIAN CLUB MEETING IS HELD Athenian club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs W B. Casey, 307 Pennsylvania S. E' Mrs. Vern Sohn giving the current events and Mrs. Hugh Mc- Laughlm reviewing "Green Dol" by and "Out f , », an u of the Midwest" by John T. Fred- £ Mrs. r - e ° rs. . J. ritzpatrick, accompanied by Mrs. Jake Douglas. and Mila Mae Eschweiler, legal' both of New Hampton. BEGINNER'S LUCK Austin. Tex., (U.PJ--The veteran hunters of the Thursday Deer Hunting dub are sore. As a special favor, they admitted Giis Gustafson, a rank newcomer who had never even seen a deer, to their -weekly meetings. And then Gustafson went out on the 1st day of the season and bagged 2 deer, while the veterans didn't even get a shot. . JVilliam Gilbert in 1600 set the foundation for the discovery of radio when he conceived oE the earth as a great magnet with magnetic poles and a field of force about it. * As Pure As Money Can Buy None faster. None surer. None better. No aspirin can do mote for you than St. Joseph Aspirin--world's largest seller at lOc. 100 tablets, only 35c. 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