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Tuesday, Feb. 29, 1944 GLOBE-GAZETTE Birthday Is Celebrated by D. A. R.'s » Residential Workers Appointed For Annual Red Cross Drive . ^s^TM - ^ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Dea Moines, (/P)--The Iowa Society of the Daughters of the _ .'·. -~-~.-j----· , ATnoi-ioan nnr.i.,£ n v, ,, ,, ,, , = ,1 Business Girls League-American Revolution h o n o r e d Mrs. Robert J. Johnston of Humboldt, on her 79th birthday. At a session of the conference Monday in Des Moines, Mrs. Johnston, a member of 63 organizations, was seated on the platform with D. A. R. officers. She holds offices in several organizations, including those of treasurer of the Daughters of 1812, the Society ol Founders and Patriots and 'of the Colonial Dames. This is her 20th year as grand treasurer of the Iowa Order of the Eastern Star. A former mayor of Humboldt for 3 terms, Mrs. Johnston' has missed only one state D. A. R. state convention since joining in 1901. The Iowa D. A. R, group, meeting for a 3-day war projects conference, presented Edna Johnson of Council Bluffs, as good citizenship pilgrim at Monday's meeting. Miss Johnson was chosen from /among 9 district winners and by her high school for qualities of leadership; dependability, service 1 ana patriotism. Mrs. William H. Pouch, president-general of the national society, presented her a $100 war bond. At a 5oint banquet Monday of the Iowa Daughters and of the Sons of the American Revolution, Gov. B. B. Hickenlooper and his father, Nathan O. Hickenlooper, were presented certificates of membership in the Iowa society of the S. A. R. Mrs. Pouch, principal banquet speaker, summarized the work of the D. A. R., in contributing both blood and money for blood donor centers. She said $225,000 had been given toward buying 18 permanent centers, 35 mobile units, transportation vehicles and 2 canteens. Mrs. Pouch told the group that packets of seeds were being sent to hospitalized service men in all parts of the world as part of a new D. A. R. project, development of war service flower ear- dens. ' - --o-The weight of blood is one- eighth that of the whole body. 7:30, Y. W. C. A. West Haven Dorcas circle-7:30. church. Clio club- Mrs. H. D. Page, 115 Connecticut N. E. Odd Fellows-8, I. O. O. F. hall. Friendly Bunch Class-N. T. DeWitt home, 2607 North Federal. (After Union Lenten services). Phoenician club-8. Mrs. Jay Conley, 138 10th N. W. WEDNESDAY · Portland and Mason City W. C. T. TJ._ 10, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, 908 2nd S. W. Wednesday Contract club-1, Jefferson amber room. Oweso club-1:15, Mrs. G. O. Marsh, 691 East State. I P. E. O. chapter GN-1*15 Y W C A American Legion Auxiliary-Mr ;J md ^ rS ;, Ott °v G - ?ngebret- ' -I. Mrs. Earl Leaman, 318 20th s ° n ' M £r. and_Mrs. Arnold Tilton, Give Your Lazy Liver TbisGentle'Nudge' Mi. DwtM's Wife* » llrer bil» doesn't flow frerfy eroy l»y tnto jour Intestines--constipation wltfc Its lack of pep. headaches and mental dullness often result So take Dr. Edwards' Olive TaBleta tonight to feel 'tip-top' tomorrow. Olive Tablets--being purely sepe fable are simply wondeitul to pep up sluggish bile flow and Insure gentle yet thorough bowel movements. Inexpensive. Follow label directions R. EDWARDS',2.V5' T , SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY Woman's Symphony-7, Music hall. 1:30 S. E. N. B. C. club-1:30, Mrs. Galen Gooder, 1113 3rd S. W. Baptist Women's union-2, church. Bethlehem Naomi circle-2, Mrs. Raymond Gruben, Portland. Trinity B. and O. circle-2, Mrs. David Olson, 114 10th N. W. Hadassah-2, Jewish Community center. Central Lutheran N. E. group-2:30, Mrs. L. L. Osmundson, 114 5th N. E. St. James Lutheran aid-2:30, church parlors. P. E. O. chapter DZ-- 2:30, Mrs. H. H. Jennings, 1011 West State. Loyal 10 club-7:30, Mrs. R. T. Humiston, 801 10th N. E. V. S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30, V. P. W. auxiliary. Degree of Honor-8, Moose hall. Red Cross Volunteers-v 1:15 to 4:30, Lincoln sewing room. Jolly 12 Birthday club-1:30, Mrs. Myrtle Cook, 1019 Taylor N. W. Our Saviour's Ladies aid-2, church. Preschool Child Study club-8, McKinley school. CHARLEEN HAIGHT HONORED AT PARTT Hanford Ladies Aid and friends ;ave a shower for Miss Charleen Haight who will be married to Don Sivwright in the near future, at her home. A short program was presented and the clews to the location of the shower gifts were rhymes concealed in balloons, bunch was served at the close of the party. --o-In the Plymouth colony, the governor required each incoming Doat to bring one cow for- every 5 colonists to relieve a severe milk shortage. America's g r e a t e s t rug value. Wide selection of beautiful patterns of top quality floor coverings. Extra w e i g h t a n d and quality in the easy to clean gleaming enamel surface. Sparkling e x c 1 u sive designs c r e a t e d 'by leading stylists. See our large selection. 25 E. Stale Phone 863 Second Floor Rug Dept. MRS. HARRY SONDERGAARD · / 1st Ward MISS MARGARET BAGLEY 2nd Ward --Photo by Lock MRS. E. W. LILLEY 3rd Ward --Photo by Lock MRS. A. R. LENZ 4th Ward G y v - F. w. j|fTO. Charles Harding Auxiliary Members -- 9 Return From Session , . . , Mmes. Elmer Zeigler, Fern Shaver, The workers ward chairmen are headed by zone including Mrs. Mrs. total membership Enoch Norem, 6. C. Anderson, G. Zac'k. E. Harrison, J. J; Fitzgerald' L H. Fagerli, Ed Rodberg; zone 4, Mrs. Verne Mettler, chairman. . D. Mix. Zone 5, Mrs. L. N. Stott, chair- Amelia Nelson, Alice Hosteller^ for the annual Red Cross drive. Frank Burgart and Basil Kintz attended the banquet held by the Albert Lea, Minn., V. F. W. auxiliary, at which Mrs. Amelia C. Kane of Pittsburgh, Pa., national auxiliary president, was a guest. Mrs.. Kane visited the Albert Lea unit because of its outstanding work in membership, having taken in more than 100 new members each year since Pearl Harbor and having now o£ 439. Both auxiliary and post held district sessions on Sunday and Mrs. Kane was a speaker at the auxiliary session, telling the group of her recent trip to California during which she saw the Sullivans of Waterloo there. · -- o -Grand Army Day Tag Sale of Daughters Planned at Meeting Daughters of Union Veterans met in the Hi-12 chibrooms Monday evening with Mrs. Art Riefc- ens presiding at th'e session at which the charter was draped for the Sons of Veterans who were obligated members of the Dorothea L. Dix tent No. 42. Mrs. S. A. Bemis and Mrs. August Hanson were appointed on a committee for the annual tag sale on Grand Army day. Mrs. Bemis reported on the memorial held for Lt. T. J. Campbell at Holy Family church and Mrs. Riekens on the patriotic tea sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary. A Washington program was presented, poems on Washington being given by Lily and Lila Bemis. Mrs. William Wheeler gave maxims of Washington and Mrs. Hanson, the history of Washington. -- o -Miss Doretta Steward Weds Clifford Abbas Hurt-- Doretta Steward, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steward and Clifford Abbas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Abbas, were married Feb. 27. at the Burt Methodist church by the Rev. Perry O. Hanson, Jr. The bride's sister, Mary Ellen, was her bridesmaid. Cecil Steward, brother of the bride, acted as best man. The wedding march was played by Miss Sellna Clifton. A reception at which about 30 ,, --- Molt, J. P. Hogan, E. J. all «w e r e Kelly, William Muhlstein; zone 4, she said Mrs. E. F. Dihlmann, chairman, Mmes. Clarence Wagner, Floyd Arbuckle, L. D. Paulson, Art Whippie. Zone 5, Mrs. Carl Anderson, Mrs. Charles B. Harding is Roy Wolf, George Burmeister 5. hal F man . M TMes. C. S. Pack, Mark lairman of the women's division Frank Huzle. Rprnarrf T^o^ ' ?fssuns, Merlin L. McGowan, . . o, eorge urme chairman of the women's division Frank Huzle, Bernard Logan, iui LI.C .annum neu i^ross arive. ivnss Margaret Bagley is head if T TJ TV; - ' »jt^augney, She has asked members of her or- of the drive in the 2nd ward and o V " allbcck ; zon e 6 , Mrs. Vern gamzation to attend a meeting of her 1st precinct captain is Mrs i30hn ' ' cna 'rman, Mmes. Paul Gus- city workers Wednesday evening F. C. Eighmey, with Mrs. Marvin' TM I"" 1 J red Wa S ner . H a r I e y at 8 o'clock in the high school au- Walters as co-chairman Weber. George Walsh, Elias Kel- ditorium. Mrs. Avis Kislia is chairman of r .°,T' Clarence Thompson, Harold ne 1 and on her committee are TM len -" zone '· Mrs. Leo M. Powers. fi-e Tirt« TVT; ,,u ,.iTM__ · » · _ · _ _ -r Cn3ir*m3n iWr* HV*I«L- TH*.^^.«I, Don Nicholson, Miss Jane -iionj. ouuuei-gtiaru, im S5 margar- \-anrey, Mrs, Henry Hebel Mrs et Bagley, Mrs. E. W. Lilley and Lulu Kislia, Mrs. T. M Hilton' Mrs. A. R. Leriz and each ward Miss Bertha Gould, Mrs J E' has precinct heads and zonb Stinehart and Miss Millie Beecher' ch a rm( L n - zone 2, Mrs. John Vance, chair- Mrs. N. C. Stam is chairman of man, Mmes. F. C Call R O Pet- the Jst precinct of the 1st ward tit. George Cable, Anna Morris and on the 1st zone team will be Oscar Jewell, Al Crowder ' Miss Lotta Wilcox, chairman, Zone 3, Mrs C A Hanson Mmes. George Payne, G. W. chairman, Mmes. William Peter- Slagle, H. B. Major, Dan Farrell son, Draper Long Paul Pritchard and Gerald rh,,tp. Walter Rae, Glen Gilbert, Curtis *.one a, Mrs. L. N. Stott chair- -""" ", »"=·· ·. t. aecK, cnair- man, Mmes. L. Detra, M. Schmidt H a £' Mm f s - ^. T. Oldham, B. L. Walter Thompson: zone G. Mrs Mc Connell Paul Stehn,. Alfred Walter Thompson; zone G, Mrs! Lyle Pickford, chairman. Miss j-o*ic ncKiora, cnairman. Miss -- i.i-ouc, nuy ^ervi- Laura Abendroth, Mmes. Bernice f o n ; z £ n . e 7 ' Mrs - Burton B. Bag. Austin, Joseph Hubbard, G. W. , y ' cna »TMan. Mmes. Roger Pat- Austin, Joseph Hubbard, Plopper, Paul Kelsh. Zone 7, Mrs. 1 F. L. Curtis, chairman, Miss Esther Prall, Mmes. Charles Burwell, Dan Ramsey, J. J. Mallo; zone 8, Mrs. C. E. Cooper, chairman, Mmes. J. W. Allen, Karl Johannsen, John Sherman, E. D. Zea, L.J/. McKee. Mrs. L. W. Kornbaum is chairman of the 2nd precinct and her zone workers are: Zone 1, Mrs. Carl Swab, chairman, Mmes. John Simon, Howard Crane, George Querry, C. E. Oilman, Leonard Newman, K. R. Tillis, Frank Gonzer; zone 2, Mrs. Russell Thompson, chairman, Mmes. S. A. Bemis, Mrs. Harry Roberts; zone 3, Mrs. R. R. Sutton, chairman, Mmes. D. C. Smith, Mrs. George Tarklerode. Zone 4, Mrs. Leon Green, chairman, Mmes. Walter Ennis, William Parks, Willis Harris, Miles Davis, Ed Popp, Fred Alderhold; zone 5, Mrs. H. E. Winter, chairman, Mmes. A. D. Page, Herman Grunz F. G. Gaffri, J. E. Mason, W. F. Werner, Joe Sberal, L. R. Probert, M. D. Kubicek. Zone 6, Mrs. H. Ayers, f ^w°T ( S E the brLde3 ParentS Earl Maves, E BSysen; zone ., following the ceremony. Mmes . Mike C aponi, L. V Greta IBarfhfSn" h 1 ahgr ? duate of J- D- McConn, George Lucefzone nvoS L 8 .' ?. S b ? en em- 8, Mrs. O. .Mier, chairman, Mrs. lojed as an operator by the Burt Fritz Frid; zone 9, Mrs. Ted Lea- Telephone company. The couple man, chairman, Mmes H H R,,rt , h l me ^ K larm " ear Boyce - L - Swenson, Clifford Es- Burt. where he will be employed, lick, Thor Jensen, R. C. Beckman Sears SPRING WARDROBE EVENT SPECIAL PURCHASE OF , BIG ROOMY WALNUT CLOTHES WARDROBES Reg. 29.95 19 95 A big, roomy wardrobe, thrift- 3y priced! Plenty of space-- 63 inches high, 37 inches wide 20 inches deep! Built of good, strong hardwood and nicely finished in walnut finish. Convenient hanger bar. PROTECT YOUR PRECIOUS BLANKETS Slides out of sight under bed! Strong Kraft fiberboard, sturdily reinforced with wood. Smartly finished in brown wood grain, with plastic latch lock. For storing bedding. 48x20x8 inches. SEARS SECOND FLOOR DEPT, 1 65 23 E. STATE PHONE 803 Miss Margaret Bagley is Zone 5, Mrs. " L. N. Weir, Harold Wolfe, 3. T. Ellison, A. ner. Zone 6, Mrs. J. - Be ck, chair- 7 Brown . k , - - c . -L. Meade, Roy Servi- 7 ' Mrs - Burton B. Bag- ton, c. J. Kaufmann, M. W Burns. Walter Bender and Miss Jean Bagley. Zone a, Mrs. J. J. Marek, chairman, Mmes..Frank Barlow. Lloyd Sherwood, IJouis Page, H G Fitz gerald. S. B. Hanks Lloyd Barrett. T. M. Woldmoe. Zone 9, Mrs. J. F. Crook, chairman, Mmes. Harry Helm, Don Johnston, Howard Johnston, Joe Mataloni. Second precinct ?s headed by Mrs. Harry Makeever and Mrs. H. J. Lyons. Workers are: zone 1 Mrs. W. p. Butler, chairman,' Mmes. Everett Smith, W. J. Walker, George O'Neil; zone 2, Mrs. Harley Ransom, chairman, Mmes Howard Jackson, W. P. Doyle; zone 3, Mrs. John S. McConnell, chairman, Mrs. H. A. Meyers; zone 4 Mrs. Wiley Bishop, chairman, Mrs' Jerry W. Poland. Zone 5, Mrs. A. H. McAdams, chairman, Mmes. Virgil Price, C G. Woodhouse, Ulin Whitmon, W. Gulbrandson, K. Harrington; zone 6, Mrs. F. L. Hudson, chairman, Mmes. Harry Fisher, R. B. Pickford, C. E. Bryant, L. D. DiMarco- zone 7, Mrs. Roy C. Potter, chairman, Mmes. Hobart Duncan, Hay Rorick. Zone 8, Mrs! Richard Burgraff chairman, Mrs. W. V. Pickering, Mrs. L. R. Brand; zone 9, Mrs. George E. Rowse, chairman, Mrs. , , . r Rhemgans, Laura Munn, Mary Capuzzi, Louis Mentink, Ed Detra Noel DeWitt, Meir Chazen, Glaus Talk on Awareness of Blessings Heard by Beta Sigma Phi Iowa Beta Phi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met 'at the Hanford Monday evening with Miss June Ellen Christians conducting the lesson on "Awareness of Blessings." Miss Christians pointed out that it is important to realize that learning to live is a life long task and that it is equally important to be able to recognize, "the guide posts ^marked 'enjoyment 1 which a benevolent nature has created to point your" road to self-fulfillment." She said that life is divided into 3 major types of effort: living loving and laughing, and that living means performing a present activity, whatever It may be, for the pleasure of doing it. "We should all be aware of the abundance of blessings that God has M ' C ' Pau 'son, H. L. McCaughey! M. Zone 8, . . , Mrs. Frank Jurasek Mrs. L. E. Valentine, "» ..*..,. . . n n e , chairman, Mmes. Glenn Stubbs, V E. Gustafson, R. L. Goltz, G. M! Thomas, Merlin McGowan, Charles Seidel; zone 9, Mrs. Marshall E. Brown, chairman, Mmes. William Stephan, Richard Carpenter, Art O'Green, Julius Langlotz. Zone 10, Mrs. Leo M. Powers, chairman, Mmes. Frank Jurasek, M. S. Hendrickson; zone 11. Mrs Shelby Huggles, chairman, Mmes. Basil Kintz, Leonard Dean, Robert Wilkinson; zone 12, Mrs. H. J. Johnston, chairman, Mmes. Allen Johnson, R. E. Patton, Fred Stockberger, Milton Sherman. Fourth Ward workers are head- headed by Mrs. A. R. Lenz with Mrs. Gordon Diltz and Mrs. A. T. Hegg as precinct chairmen. In the 1st precinct zone workers are, zone 1, Miss Vera Finley, chairman, Mrs. Martin Faktor, Mrs. F. B. A. Kirsten; zone 2, Mrs. Daisey Dyer, chairman, Mmes. Mildred Dyer, Clinton Tanner, Nick Degen J. W. Dyer, Irvin Carroll. Zone - 3, Mrs. Kenneth Roth, chairman, Mmes. William Hinrichs, E.. J. Huser, Vanderbrooke. W. Wilson; zone 4, Mrs. Earl Howe, chairman, Mrs. Fred Wilts- zone 5, Mrs. R. F. DeSart, chairman, Mrs. A. E. Bower, Miss Nina Wheeler, Mrs. Pete Jensen; zone 6, Mrs. Martin Mu?:ard, chairman, Mmes. Sam G. Bowers Carl Olsen, W. J. Malek. Zone 7, Mrs. Blanche Bailey, chairman, Mmes. L. M. Cubbison Delbert Breazeale, M. E. Johnson, Al Woltz; zone 8, Mrs. Arnold Sle- biska, chairman, Mmes. Armin Twiss, Marie McCahen, Frank Hampton; zone 9, Mrs. Norman Cohen, chairman, Mmes. Tony Malaktaris," Charles P. Crowley, Hanna Springer, Elmer Z. Zeigler. Second precinct workers are- Zone 1, Mrs. David Vigdahl, chairman, Mmes. Word Siglin, Clarence Mott, Ben Marsan; zone 2, Mrs Albert Lester, chairman, Mmes. Willis Buirge, Shelby Beery, Mike Evanoff, Dan Walsh; zone 3, Mrs Tyler Stewart, chairman, Mmes. T. G. Sessions, Earl 'Clausen, A. L. Smith, A. B. Habe. Zone 4, Mrs. William Carson chairman, Mmes. George M. Nel son, George Cornelius, H. H. Kennedy, · Charles S w a n s o n, H Schwanke, E. J. Jensen, H. M. Badker, Dallas Van Horri, Ted Sears, Clifford Lowe, Charles Morris, Carl Dunavan. Zone 5, Mrs. C. L. Kittleson "~~. *- ^. Atwwav, (.-udiiinan, ivirs. **wn= **, IYUS. *~. AJ. ivuueson, Leslie Watson; zone 10, Miss Marie chairman, Mmes. Henry Mannens, Kober, chairman, Mmes. Henry Carol Colcgrove, Harry Anderson Jensen, Robert Inman. R. R Nesje, Wesley Rezab, W. Nail, Ernest Allen; zone 6, Mrs. Waller Thomas, chairman, Mmes. Cecil Millard, Paul Looker, Howard Charles Clausen. Third Ward is headed by Mrs. ··· . E. W. Lilley and the precinct Arndt, Roy Hodenfield, chairmen are Mrs. M. L. Stolces Whitney. and Mrs. Glen Wallace. Zone workers are zone 1 Mrs. Harvey Class I railroads in the U. S. in- Bryant chairman, Mrs Frink Lo- stalled 773 locomotives in service veil, zone 2, Mrs Howard A. in 1943, the largest number in any OLeary, chairman, Mmes. .E. W. year since 1930 Clark, G. H. Doty, Lloyd Peck, E.' J. Murray; zone 3, Mrs. Roy Lightbody; zone 4, Mrs. F. C. Hencman, chairman, Mmes. W. H. Geer, C. O. JohnsonfM. C. Swenson, H. E. Swarner, W. C. Evans, Dick Ethington, T. 'G. Peterson. Zone 5, Mrs. D. C. Henn, chairman, Mmes. H. S. Palmer, Husscll Weaver, Chester Neve. Zone 6, Mrs. W. E. Lewis, chairman, Mmes. Henry Herfindahl Harold Niebergall, Carl Dwyr, Glen Leaman, M. L. Stokes, Frank Brose, Neal McCarty, H. N. Jacoby; zone 7, Mmes. Dean Lightner, S. R, Bowen and Fred Duffield; zone 8, Mmes. H C Determan, W. B. McGrane, L J DeSomery, W. C. Horn. ~Zone 9, Mrs. T. A. Nettleton chairman, Mmes. T. P. White, H. C. Johnson, Lucille Gillcrest Wayne Ravlin; zone 10, Mrs. Gail Pierce, Mrs. C. E. Kemp; zone 11 Mrs. Ben Murray, chairman, Mmes. Howard Hurley, George W CahaJan, Elmer Bublitz, Leo Connors. In the second precinct zone chairmen arc: Zone 1, Mrs. Ralph Joynt, chairman, Mmes. J. W Kelly, Mark Pirkl, Vern McClintock, William Gross; zone 2, Mrs. Louis Skopek, chairman, Mmes. T. L. Connor, Howard Poshusla Clyde Russell, J. W. Arentsen, John A. Nelson, L. J. Gleason, Louis Jarosh. Zone 3, Mrs. T. W, McDonald, chairman, Mmes. Gilbert Jones W. G. Blackroore, James Manuel, upon us so plentifully," ' Church at Hayfield Scene of Ceremony H a y f i e l d -- I n the Methodist church here was solemnized the wedding of Miss Bonnie Jean Pringle, daughter of Postmaster Elsie M. Pringle and Coxswain George Pitkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Pitkin of Ellington township with the Rev. G. J, Gjelmaas, pastor of the church, officiating, Feb. 27. Only relatives of the contracting parties were in attend~ ice. The bridal couple was attended by Miss Eunice Blank, cousin of the bride, and Donald Johnson. The wedding march was played by Miss Nprma Dean Pringle, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Matt Porter sang, accompanied by Miss Pringle. Abe V. Geddes, an uncle, gave the bride in marriage. The bride was graduated from Hayfield high school. The bridegroom has resided in the county arid attended its schools and assisted with the farm work until entering the service in December 1941. He took boot training at Great Lakes and was assigned to a destroyer and has been on active duty since that time, crossing the Atlantic several times-on convoy duty. After a short wedding 80 Present at \ Conference Eighty Girl Scout adults from Mason City, Clear Lake, Garner, Hampton and Osage met with Leah Parker, regional director, at the Y. W. C. A. Monday evening. Mrs. C. F. Weaver, president of the Leaders association, presided at the meeting and introduced Miss Parker, who spoke on why Girl Scouting is important and what can be done to make the job of adult Girl Scout'more effective. She pointed out the fact that the youngsters of 9 and 10 will be builders o£ post war world, that the job we have is tremendously important for that reason. Miss Parker said that in many cases Cirl Scouting brings a sense of security to young people which they get from no other source. Following Miss Parker's introductory talk the women present broke up into discussion to consider greater girl participation, more democratic planning, greater feeling of international friendship and greater parent interest. All the discussion was from the standpoint of leaders, troop committee i women, and council members. ' \ Following the discussion, re- i freshments were served with Mrs. | L. G. Hawkins and Mrs. C. F. ? Weaver presiding 'at the tea table. J Mrs. Lester Milligan had charge \ of arrangements for the meeting. d From Mason City Miss Parker will ·} go to Dubuque where she will i-. conduct a similar series o'f meet- C; ings. ; trip to Des Moines he will report for duty at Charleston, S. Car., and J the bride will return here. ;· --o--- ;: ; Kazimierz or Kazimiera, ac- I cording to sex, is -the compulsory "I name for all illegitimate children -\ now born in Poland. : . Child's Colds WICKS V VAPORUB ll IttmMistiy -tabu Time-Test* DIONNE , QUINTUPLETS ^MUSTIROLE I..CHEST COLDS T* taMpOyMim CwfM»f ari MM lr*ifthi«f Eatnr At th« first signs Trfu'ch miy warn of a cold -- the Dionne Quintuplets' chests, throats and backs are Tubbed with Musterole--· product made especially to promptly relieve coughs and aore throat due to colds, to make breathing easier aad break up local congestion in the upper bronchial tract. Musterole brinjs such wonderful relief because it's MORE than just an ordinary "aalve." It's what so many Doctors and Nurses c»H » morfcrn counterirritant Since Musterole is used on tho Quints--you can be sure it's just about the BEST cold-relief you can buy! IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children'* MiM Musterole for children and people with tender skin; Regular for ordinary cases and Extra Strocj for stubborn Gordon Albrecht and Zero-King Furs Quality Furs A wise "investment for now and the years to come. See our selection of dependable furs and judge for yourself. Priced from $85.00 to $295.00 S Be sure to buy your war bonds first. 'See You Tomorrow" fl 1944 MARCH 1944 SUNMONTUEWEDTHU FR1 SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19202122232425 262728293031

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