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TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1945 MASON 'CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Varied Topic AreReviewec at Sessions Meetings were conducted by group o£ Mason City study club Monday -- Twentieth Centurj Chautauqua, Midland and Monda clubs holding sessions. Mrs. L. R. Woodward was host ess to the Monday club at he home, 9 Oak drive, and foHowin a short business session, a pro gram on "Political Parties i China" was presented with Mr Rob Roy Cerney in charge, as sisted by Mrs. A. M. Avcrjr an Mrs. W. P. Dierking. Discussio followed. Midland club .was entertained Monday afternoon by Mrs. Addi Easton at her home, 209 8th N. W Mrs. J. M. Hazlett had the lesson reporting on Russia. -,At the meeting of the Chau tauqua club Monday at the horn of Mrs. E. A. D. Bell, 45 Crescen drive, Mrs. R. Felt discusse "New Discoveries in Music" an Mrs, C. M, Neveln reviewe You're Only Human Once" b Grace Moore. Twentieth Century club me Monday at the Adams home, 68 East State, with Mrs. C. C. Car rick as hostess. Mrs. George Willi Hill had current events and Mrs Fred Smith" the lesson on "Recen Anthologies of Russian Litera ture. ····.·· --o-- · ' · · · · · ' · Lame Creek 4-H Girls Hpld January jVIeetirig at Dan McArtW Home · Lime Creek township's 4-H girls club met at the home of Mrs Dan McArthur for the first meet ing in January. Minutes of the, las meeting were read and approve and roll call was answered. Muf fins were made and discussed Lunch was served following th meeting. The next meeting will b at the home.of Mrs. Alice Nueh ring on Jan. 27. Wesley Men's Club Holds Its Monthly Meeting at Church The'Men's club'of Wesley Methodist church held its regular monthly meeting Monday night with a chicken dinner served a\ 6:45 o'clock. The program, carried out by Chairman W. H. Tate, consisted of 2. thumb-nail autobio- giaphical. sketches by Robert Wal. kei- and Mari6£?CIayHrg. O ;* A, public, speaking coijfest Jby g members ;of-;the club^was'.Sdn- aucted and'was won'by-L.' W: WiP kinson. A prize was given him, donated by Elmer Bowers. ' ·· , A 3 reel motion picture featuring the game between Mason City and Lmdbloom high schools was sh«wn. The speaker of the evening was .Ivan Roger Hill, who has spent 16 months in the navy, serving in both'the Atlantic and Pacific regions. 'The dinner was served under the sponsorship of Mrs. Lawrence ·Miles, . luyerne--Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Barton, west of town farmers, are . parents of a-daughter born at their home Jan. 7. HappyRetef When YbureSiuggisMJpsef WMEN CONSTVftTKM mite* na fed ptmk w tte'fickeu, brinj* on Mnucb ·wet war tx*», cu*r dwamfoit, take lr. CaldweVi tmxa mwfiome to quick!? poO .the trigger on luy "inMrfs", cad help yon fetj bright mail dripper .gain. OIL CAlMmirs is the wonderful seaai Uutive contained in good old Sjrop Pep. cm to make it to euy to take. ·MMV DOCfflMS nsepeptiaprepantiaas in ftaaifttma to stake tfee me* one mar* jwUUbU ud agreeable to take. So be eun ycrar Uxatire it contained ia Syrup Pepsin. IKMST ON MtCUSWnoX-S--theinorito ofmUEansfarSOye*n,aii4feeiaiatwkoI». aome relief from constipation. Erca Snick* children lore it. CAUTION: CM only a directed. DR.CAIDWELLS SENNA IAXATWE «" a "' a "" SYRUP PEPSM AWARDED MEDAL--For exemplary behavior, efficiency and fidelity in the line of duty, Sgt Vivian Martin A-702629, now assigned to WAC Detachment No. 2, at Fort Jackson, S. Car. has been awarded the army's good condupt medal. The women soldiers of WAC Detachment No. 2 are assigned as clerks, stenographers, typists, ward attendants and to a number of other duties in the army service forces regional hospital at Fort Jackson. Sgt. Martin, .who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Martin, 634 Van Buren S. W., is a medical stenographer to the chief of general surgery. Mrs.Hagen Is Feted at Parties Mrs. Leo Hagen, a recent bridi !ias been the honored guest a post nuptial parties including shower given at her home, 101 3rd N. W., Monday by Miss Kath leen Riggens and Mrs. Paul Beh rens. · · . Contests were held with prize ;oing to Mrs. Walter Berry, Mis Margaret Severs and Mrs. Die lughes and gifts were presente o Mrs. Hagen who was Grayc Edna .Thomas before her marriage. Refreshments were served at a able centered with a complet wedding party in miniature. The ink and blue color scheme was arried out in the napkins which were stamped in'gold with the ames of the bride and brlde- proom. .. : "·, · · The same centerpiece which was made by Mrs.-Ethel: Simians ras used at a shower"given.-by Irs. Ira Leaman and Mrs. Ear llen^'at the Thomas home lor VTrs-- : Hagen .earlier. .Gifts were resented to the honoree and the qhtest prize went: to Mrs. Frank Tewville. H elping the omeniaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Flavorful Beef Entree Beef Rolls Quick-frozen Lima Beans Mashed Potatoes Whole Wheat Bread" ' Apple Cobbler (Recipes serve 4) Beef Bolls 1% Ib. round steak, cut thin 2 large sweet pickles 3 tablespoons drippings Salt and pepper % cup dry red wine %.cup water % pint sour cream Have steak cut in 4 pieces about inches by 4. Split pickles length- ·ise, place on steak strips and oil up. The rolls can be tied with thread or fastened with tooth- tcks. Melt drippings in skillet ear steak rolls on all sides. Seaon to taste with salt and pepper, dd the wine and water to steak, over and simmer for 45 min- tes. Add sour cream and allow to eat through. Serve. Apple Cobbler 2 cups sliced apples less % cup sugar VA cup margarine % recipe baking powder biscuit. Mix beaten egg, sugar and apes. Fill a greased baking dish. 9' W1 ' h margarine and cover ith baking powder biscuit dough ailed one-fourth -inch thick. Cut everal slits in the center to al- )w steam to escape. Bake at 400 egrees 25 minutes, or until bis- uit is cnsp and apples are ten- er. {If apples are very firm it is eil to cook them first in just nough water to cover, drain and roceed as directed.) How to Make a Splendid s* · o -Syrup A Big Saving, and If s So Easy! No Cooking! Cough medicines'usually contain a large quantity of plain syrup--a good ingredient, but ooe which you can easily make at home. Tkke 2 cupsol granulated sugar and i cup of water, and stir a tew moments until dis- solred. No cooking! No trouble at all. Or you can use corn syrup or liquid honer, instead of sugar syrnp. Then get from your druggist 254 ounces of Pinex,pour it into a pint bottle, and add your syrup. This give; you a full pint of truly wonderful med Seine for coughs due to colds. K nukes you ~ a real saYing- for you, because it gives you about four times as much for your money. It lasts a long time, a never spoils, and children Jove it. w This Is actually a surprisingly effec- - e , quick-acting cough medicine Promptly, you feel It taking hold It loosens the phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes and makes breath- imreasy. You've never seen anything- r better for prompt and; pleasing-results. n - Pin ex is a special compound of proven ingredients, in concentrated form, » most reliable soothing agent for roat and bronchial membranes. Money refunded if it doesn't please in every way. can tive, dis- tated i gives throat Lessons Givei* Bare Midriff Is Patriotic; Saves Cloth! By JOAN YOUNGER United Press Staft Corresponden New York, (U.RJ--Stylish women are going to bare their middle this spring, which should provid a lot of extra yardage for the wa effort. ' ' · In fashion shows here the "bar- midriff," produced by the same methods as the hole irf the doughnut, takes the honors. Designers agree, however, that what wil make it successful will be the midriff it bares, not thg patriotic gesture. And, to whittle down further any benefits from ,the gesture each bare midriff purchaser wil get a spare bit of cloth, just in case,-at the last moment she loses her nerve. Adele Simpson, who launcnec the fad, predicts "millions of women will be braving the airs and stares of spring with a high sense of fashion adventure^-and nothing else--around the middle." She designs bare middles for daytime frocks, and she makes them for evening, and, to make them more startling, she covers up the more usually exposed areas --the throat, the arms or the shoulders.' Miss Simpson also fancies a more modest dress, which she calls her "swoon suit." It's got a simple start,. a long-ish; man tailored jacket, a white blouse and a bow tie. She says she got the inspiration for it from listening io s wo oner you know who. Other designers use new rayons --there's a fabric called sumniere "The Miracle Rayon," which washes and irons like cotton and lots of black and white to set' a pace for spring. There are a lot of light colors in the new collections and a lot less red, and there's very little change in the length of the skirt, or the width of the shoulder. Maurice Rentner has brought out a new sleeve, however, called the "mei ling," which he says is "drop shouldered over a square armhole" and inspired by the Chinese. Such Paris influences as the very small waist were ignored in favor ··»»»* ( "i-ifc. JUUACU. til A«VUi 3f what the designers describe as the ballerina waist" which is small enough The summer play clothes are scantier than ever, most of them consisting of a braz- ziere-bodice and skin-tight shorts, and some of them, amazingly have little bustled on them. One of the beach loungers, made by Clare Potter, is done in riack:; slipper- satin, with peg-top slacte,^a':braTtpp,'and'nq. midriff. There is also-a: very idiicy ; flock of petticoats. Some of them are ilaid, some are mostly ruffles, and ill. are coyly exposed through ifted hemlines, or coat dresses which flare open when they are walked in. And with these, the stylists predict, wfll go. a lot of bare legs The news in stockings is- that they vill be fewer and fewer, and heavier and heavier. Fun Program Planned at L 0.0. F.HaU A fun program and carinval for the benefit ,of the endowment fund of the Odd Fellows homes will be held at the I. O. O. F. hali n Mason City on Friday and Saturday evenings, Jan. 26-27. at 7:30 p. m. The organization spends approximately $60,000 in Mason City every year. The carnival will be sponsored by the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. , - There will be games and revues. and many special. events and re- reshments. Tickets are being sold by members of .the organizations n an advance campaign. Scientists say some earthquakes iccur as far down as 1000 miles below the- earth's surface. Don Wieder Is Honored atFarewell Members of the Globe-Gazette news staff entertained at a farewell party Monday evening complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wieder at the apartment of Miss Clara Madsen, Colonial apartments, 6 1st N. W. The time was spent playing cards and a gift was presented to Mr. Wieder from the group. The Wieders are leaving soon for California where Mr Wieder who has been telegraph editor o£ he Globe-Gazette has accepted a josition as night news editor of the Santa Barbara Press News Mr. and Mrs. Wieder and their 2 children, Lawrence and Norman will visit in Iowa City and Bedford before beginning their trip west. Mr. Wieder begins his new du- les Feb. 1. The business office of he Santa Barbara News-Press is leaded by Bert Lane who was Joyd Goer's immediaate prede- essor as advertising manager for the Globe-Gazette. trinity L. D. R. Has Supper and Program Trinity L. D. R. met in the church.parlors Monday at 6:30 for pot luck supper with 22 present- Beatrice Lysne gave devotions n d : a talk on "Forms of Worship n Various Churches' was pre- resented by the Hev. A. N. Hog- ess. "Little Churches" was read y Delores-Banken and Marjorie mderson sang "The Sun Has one Down." The worship offering medita- on was led by Laura Hugelen nd with contributions which vere given, the pledge of $300 for he building fund was exceeded. The committee in charge of the upper was Myrtle Holmlund, Thelma Gaardef and Helen Hagn. Guests included Marjory Anerson, Arlotte Carlson and Flornce Weisjohn. The next meeting vill be Feb.' 5 with Helen Hogan, Thelma Gaarder and Mrs. H. Banen as hostesses. ---- iOOSEVELT P. T. A 1EETING POSTPONED Because of repairs being made o the building, the Roosevelt Elementary P. T. A. meeting has been ostponed to Jan. 26 when fathers' ight will be held at 7:45 in the :oosevelt junior high- cafeteria, lay Whorley is program chairman. ne board will meet Monday at :30 at the home of Mrs. Marvin 'eterson, 315 13th S- E. * WATER'S FINE, TOO--Colleen Townsend sports a figured rayon jersey swim suit. Colleen, a Warner hopeful, may be seen in W a r n e r Bros, star-studded "Hollywood Canteen." Others in the cast include Bette Davis, Joe E. Brown, Jack Benny and 62 others. 3684 J SIZES i Biojises with a tailored talent, to tone up your suits. Soft bow-tie style; the classic shirtwaist . . . each ready for crisp new fabric and color. No. 3684 is cut in sizes 12, 14 16 18, 20, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 requires 2% yards 39-inch fabric for the long sleeved blouse, 1% yards 39-inch fabric for the other 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 cumber in.your address. · ·' Just out, the Spring Fashion Book, containing 175 pattern designs of smart clothes for all ages, all occasions, all sizes; beautifully illustrated in color, copy. Price 15c a Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 w 19th St., New York 11 N Y Manly_D. L. Yoho, who has harge of the Great Western witch tower in Manly, has returned to his work after a forced acation of 3 weeks due to illness: V DEAR, MOM'.i w osr CN A m usr uiewrwnw A SE SE£MED T Uffi Ate.. SH SAKJTVKT MV SrniCJTY m A PEAL IMPRESSION OS a ^u, VOUR, sow ',7; Hunt 'Heads Musicians Union 230 The annual meeting and election o£ officers of the Musicians Union Local 230 of Mason City was held Monday evening at the Covered Wagon. Earl Hunt was elected president; Bobby Griggs, vice president; and Ralph R. Kelso, secretary-treasurer. Elected to the executive board are Mable C. Kelso Everett McSweeney, John Mc- Quatters, Earl Cawley and Cleo Lunch was served following the business meeting and music was furnished by the musicians pres- i -- Mrs. Carl Hubrecht left for Rossville, Ga., where she will spend several weeks with Sgt. and Mrs. Louis Dater,ding and their daughter, Marcia. Sgt. Deter- dmg is stationed at Ft. Oglethorpe FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER . Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co : Phone 2272 2 New Life Members Are Added to Y. Two new life members' of the Y. W. C. A., added to the association during the past year were announced by Mrs. Ray Whorley, membership chairman, at the January board meeting, Monday evening. % The newly enrolled life members are Mrs. B. C. Way and Mrs Roger Patton, the latter's membership the gift of W. L. Patton The life membership fees are invested in :G-bonds and the income from the" bonds is used for membership activities. Reports on i944 activities were made by committee 'chairmen. Announcement was made of the annual membership banquet to be held Jan. 25 at the Y. W. when Mrs. Helen Vanderburg of Boyden will speak. Reservations for the dinner will Tie taken through Monday at the Y. LEAVE FOE ARIZONA Forest City--Viola Murphy and Barbara Ingebretson left for Tuscon, Ariz., Monday night. Miss Murphy has worked for the local telephone company for about 10 years arid has been chief operator the past year. The girls expect to find employment in ,-Tuscon. ^a^Erickson is the new-chief operator. ' " ' ~ .- · ": -o-- . _ 1A - Joice--Committees from all 3 churches of the Joice Lutheran parish have been elected to plan observance of the 25th anniversary of the Joice parish. Chester--Jack Johnson returned Friday from a 2 weeks',stay in Mercy hospital in Cresco following an operation. SCIENCE FOR THE LAYMAN Not the heavy, technical phases of the subject--but the things that touch our lives every day- told in simple language for all to understand. Are men more intelligent than women? Does an automobile have more power on a rainy day? Do we thing in words? What makes metal rust? What are the best hours for sleeping? EV- ERDAY SCIENCE contains the answers to these questions, and hundreds more of the same sort that people ask every day.-Order your copy now. Fifteen cents postpaid. Use This Coupon The Mason City Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, .316 Eye St., N. E.. Washington 2, D. C. I inclose herewith 15 cents in coin (carefully .wrapped in paper) for a copy of the booklet EVERYDAY SCIENCE. Name Street or Rural Route Stale .... ; (Mail to Washington, D. C.) Nothing Can Do More For You in the entire field of aspirin than Stl JosephAspirin. Nonefaster.nonebet- ter. St. Joseph Aspirin is the world's largest seller a t lOc. Also sold in the large economy size, 100 tablets only 35c- Demand St, Joseph Aspirin. · Royal Doulron · Wedgwood · Harilond · Minton Bone China WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE t SOCIAL + CALENDAR : TUESDAY White Shrine-6:30, Masonic temple. Women's orchestra-7, Music hall. Clio club-. Miss Ruth Stevens, 321 Washington N. W. MeKinler Parent Education group-7:30, school. Garfield Parent Education Croup-- . 7:30, Mrs. E. J. Kelley, 715 Massachusetts S. E. Madison Parent Education · rroup-- , ' 7:30, school. . Holy; Family circle 4-8, Mrs. Franfc'Enbusk, 210 Tay, .lor S. W. .. ' Immanuel W. M; S.-8, Mrs. Henry Herfindahl; 308 Indiana S. E. - , Firemen's auxiliary--. 8, Mrs. Leo Powers, 1405 Kentucky S' E L O . O.F.-- . _ 8.I.O. O. F. hall. Moose lodge-8, Moose haU. WEDNESDAY Friendly Birthday club-2, Mrs. Mary McCaulev. 424 25th S. W. St James circle 1-2, Mrs! Olga Tobsing, 413 Carolina S. E. Freeman Ladies' aid-2, Mrs. E. R. Steinberg. Queen Bebekah circle-2, I. O. O. F. halL Navy Mothers-2, Legion hall. Central Lutheran west group 2:30, Mrs. A. J. Ask, 919 Adams N. W. First Christian Fellowship-6:30, church, program at 7 board at 8:10. P. E. O. chapters-6:30, Hotel Hanford. Trinity Lincoln circle 7:30, Mrs. L. A. Whipple, 692 1st S. E. , x N. B. C. club-7:30, Mrs. H. p. Hansen, 219 Vermont S. E. Button club-8, Mrs: H. J. Bruns, 214 Virginia S. E. Monroe-Washington Parent Education group-8, Monroe school. Queen of Clubs-1, Jefferson Amter room Wa-Tan-Ye club 6:30, Green Mill. Lincoln Parent Education group-- lijf'.-irts.-K 11 ^ Christensen ' : MASON CITY D - U V'S " ITEND INSTALLATION - -.-. -Mrs. S. A. Bemis and daughters. Lila and Lily, Mrs. .August Hanson and Miss Marie Fuller attended the installation of officers of Jesne Holmes camp 45, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War Monday evening at Clear Lake. Mrs Bemis was installing president, Mrs. Hanson, installing chap- in? ^ iSS J- uUer ' inst alling guard, and the Misses Bemis, color es- Spfflville--Mrs°~Elmer Benda was hostess at a nuptial shower in honor of Mrs. Merle Byrne at toe home of Mrs. Jerome Wagner The bride was presented with a 75 piece dinner set by 15 guests. Mason City Couple Weds in N. Mex. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Marjorie Pappas daughter, of Mr, and Mrs. William Pappas of St. Paul, formerly of !l Mason City, and Lt. Earl Fladness «1 son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fladness, 22 Adams S. W., which took place Dec. 30 at the Army Airbase chapel at Alamagordo, N. Mex. Chaplain Ralph H. Finn performed the ceremony at 6:30 p. m and the attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hawkinson of St Paul. The couple spent a short time at Noisy Water Mountain lodge, Rui- aoso, N. Mex., before the bridegroom returned to Alamagordo where he is stationed and the bride returned to St. Paul where she is employed in the general freight office of the Great Northern railroad. She will join him at Alama- gordo shortly. . Both are graduates of the Mason City high school. Lt. Fladness attended the Mason City junitr ' college and George Washineton^- university at Washington, D. c and was later employed in the navy laboratory in Washington before going into service.-He is a navigator on a B-29. Meeting Conducted by Garfield Parent Education Members Garfield Parent E d u c a t i o n group met Monday evening at the home o{ Mrs. E. J. Kelly, 715 Massachusetts S. E., with Mrs. Ernest Metink, vice president in charge. Following the Lord's prayer, recited in unison, Hoscoe McDonald played 2 cornet solos, "Activity" and "Stop." Robert Bracklein, Stanley Larson and Ronald Marolf sang "Let Us With a Glad- , some Mind," "Now the Day Is H Over" and "Auld Lang Syne," the latter number dedicated to Mrs Cora Kotchell. Miss Alice Fen- ' ; nema led the singing. : (? .Jj| The lesson-on "Quarrels a n d ' * ' . ' Tempers" was followed by · dis-i :? ' cussion, led by Mrs. Mentink " Cohostesses with Mrs. Kelly were Mrs. T. J. McDonald and Mrs. Clifford Pierce. The next meeting will be Feb. 7 when'a city-wide gathering will be held at Lincoln school. ~ MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPtES ; Marriage licenses have been-is- it sued-at-the county clerk's office Ifc to JamesT-t;-Woitas, 22;,: Minnies: [%i apolis; Minn., and Jean '· Mbrrisv"i$\ ette, 18,' Albert Lea, Minn.; to T'Jll Wayne Thompson, 21, Minneapo- \ ?**«! lis, and-Phyllis Snyder, 20, Min- i ; neapolis; and to Dallas Johnson ' '20, Mason City, and Merle Shaffer, 17, Mason City. " ·. --o-BIRTHDAY PARTY HELD AT SCHOOL ' Mary Sue Fitzgerald celebrated -.3T 6th birthday at the Roosevelt Elementary, school kindergarten room Monday afternoon. Her mother, Mrs. W. E. Fitzgerald served refreshments and the guests included her sister, Mickey- her teanher, Miss Mamie Dreblow the principal, Miss Carrie Pfahler, and 19 classmates. , , distress of head c o _ i* vbat you -want. So try Va-tto-nol-» few drops up each nostril --to reduce congssUon. soothe irritation! And Va-tro-nol also helps prevent many colds from developing If used in time. Try it! Follow direction, la folder. . VICKSVA-TRO-NO January Clearance Keep Those Kiddies Warm Snowsuits and Coat Sets For a Song 26-28 East State St.

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