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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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Joimt Institute Is Condmcted by 2 * Dr. Granskou erance U mons Gives-Talk at Session An all day session of a joint institute of the Mason City and Portland Unions ol the Woman's Christian Temperance Union was held at the home o£ Mrs. T. E. Davidson, 908 2nd S. W. Dr. C. M. Granskou, president o£ St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., was the speaker. Mrs. W. H. Davidson presided at the morning session- The institute opened at 10 o'clock with devotions led by Mrs. W. R. Kellogg. Report on publicity was given by Miss Betty Russell and on Christian citizenship by Mrs. Lula Gaffney. Mrs. A. M. A very gas'c a report on lair and exhibits. Mrs. W. H. Davidson read a latter from the state president, Mrs. Lydia Stott. stressing observance of international relations, and a letter from Mrs. Rose Wild, institute director, stressing holding neighborhood institutes. Mrs. W. A- Cagle reported on the book "Wrecking of. the 18th Amendment," placed in the public library by the W. C. T. U. The noon-day prayer was offered by Mrs. H. G. Bachman. A pot-luck dinner was served at noon. Miss Minnie Lien presided at the afternoon session which opened with the theme song, "Onward Christian Soldiers," accompanied by Miss Lien. Mrs. Leon Thomas led the devotions, reading the Scripture lesson and offering prayer. Mrs. Thomas read 2 poems, "Life's Wounds" and "My Master." Dr. Granskou, speaker of the afternoon, said, "America must not lose sight of her true values-faith in the ultimate victory of good and evil. We enjoy the blessings in a Christian land because those before strived to make it so." Mrs. Harry Pippeat conducted a round table talk on citizenship. Mrs. W. N. Hill of Clear Lake gave the closing prayer. --o-Kanawha--Mrs. H. H. Fritze has returned to her home in Iowa City after having spent the past 2 months in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart. HOME IN HAYFIELD--Mrs. George Pitkin, who was Bonnie Jean Pringle, daughter of Mrs. Elsie M. Pringle, Hayfield postmaster, before her marriage to Coxswain Pilkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Pitkin, of Ellington township, Feb. 27, will return to Hayfield to live after her husband goes back to his duties at Charleston where he is stationed. Fort Dodge Woman Is Elected Regent of D. A. R. of Iowa Des Moines, f/P)--The Iowa Daughters of the American Revolution elected and installed Mrs. C. A. Garlock of Fort Dodge as regent at the closing session of the organization's 4Sth* annual assembl3 r Wednesday. The assembly unanimously endorsed Mrs. Tom B. Throckmorton of Des Moines, outgoing regent, for the office of 3rd vice president general of the National D. A. R. Other slate officers elected were Mrs. R. P. Ink, Mount Vernon, vice regent; Mrs. Burl D. Elliott, Oskaloosa, recording secretary; Mrs. John Hull, Boone, librarian, and Mrs. E. J. Scotield, Osage, chaplain. The group selected Des Moines as the meeting place.for the next state assembly. Sick Leave Plan Topic at Meetings Appreciation for the accumulative sick leave plan voted for Mason City teachers was expressed at the meetings of the Federated Board of Teachers Wednesday afternoon in the administration building board room and of the Grade Teachers association Tuesday evening at the Green Mill. Lorcn Grout, president o£ the board, presided at its meeting at which plans were made to meet Dr. Albert Parry who is to be the speaker at the international understanding forum March 10 when the Mason City Teachers are in charge. Ways and means of transportation and attendance at the North Central Teachers association conference to be held in Fort Dodge March 31 and April 1 were discussed. Mrs. Dan Hcrrick, II. E. Palmer and M. E. Asperson were guests at the session. The members of the board are, besides Mr. Grout, the Misses Luclda Carlton, Fern Wilson. Ruby Dau Schmidt, Ethel Cook. Esther Pagcnhart, Ruth DeLean, Stella Steiper, Mrs. Hazel McCullough and Volney Hansen. The Grade Teachers meeting followed a dinner and Miss Dau Schmidt presided. R. B. Irons reported on the sick leave plan. Miss Lois Sharp, new kindergarten teacher at Harding, was introduced. Miss Alma Partridge was appointed chairman of the war and peace committee. The program included a review of "The Apostle" by Asch, given by Mrs. H. J. Steinberg, and music by a trio composed of Constance Hatges, Dorothy Johnson and Maxinc Dillon, accompanied by Miss Ruth Behrens. Miss Margaret Harlman was general chairman, Miss Arlene Glade, program chairman, Miss Arazeta Krieger, dinner, and Miss Rosalie Grecnwalt, decorating. Thursday. March 1, 19U 15 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MRS. LLOYD MORK Nortlnvood -- Harriet Beatrice Lum of Mason City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gay Lum, 324 2nd N. E. became the bride of Lloyd Seymour Mork, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Mork of Nye. Wis., now living at Portland, Ore., at a ceremony at the Baptist church in Nortluvood. The Rev. Rush F. "Wagner, pastor, read the double ring celemony. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attended by her sister, Mrs. Klincrd Chris- tinnson of Northwood. Mr. Chris- tinnson served as best manAUshcrs were Philip Whitcome and Palmer Bergo of Albert Lea. N u p t i j i l music was played by Miss. Slella Tenold and Miss Dorothy Johnson of Mason City sang. Following the ceremony a reception for 80 guests was held in the church parlors. The couple left i for a short wedding trip to the "Twin Cities" and Nye, Wis., after which they will be at home on a * farm southeast of .Mason City- Mrs. Mork is a graduate of the Northwood high school and the La James Beauty college at Mason City. She has been employed at Marguerite's Beauty salon in Mason City. Amazing Cough Relief, Mixed In Your Kitchen No Trouble. No Cooking.; Saves Big Dollars. Tes^ ma'am, right in your own kitchen, _ you can easily mix a cough medicine that is a wonder lor quick results, and sives you about four times as much for your money. And it's no trouble--a child could do it. Tou'll need a syrup. Slake it by stirring- 2 cups of granulated -sugar and one cup of water a few moments, until dissolved. No cooking- needed. Or you can use corn syrup or liquid honey, instead of sugar syrup. Now get 24 ounces of Pinex from any druggist, and pour it into a pint bottle. Then add your syrup. There you have a full pint of really remarkable medicine for coughs duo to colds. It lasts a family a long time. Tastes fine--children love it. And does it do the work! You'll say it beats anything you ever tried. It loosens the phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes, and helps clear the air passages. Eases the soreness, and lets you rest at night. Pinex is a special compound ot proven ingredients, in concentrated form, well known for prompt action on throat and bronchial membranes. Just try it, and if not pleased, your money will be refunded. Army Trucks Coming to Get Furnishings; Open House Planned Four army trucks will arrive in Mason City Friday morning to pick up the furnishings which the Red Cross camp and hospital committee has collected for the air cadets day room at Drake university. In order that Mason Cityans may see the furnishings whch the Cerro Gordo chapter is providing for the 345th detachment air cadets, Mrs. Howard O'Leary, chairman o£ the committee announced that open house would be held at the storage rooms. 325 North Federal, Thursday evening from 7 lo 10 o'clock. In announcing the open house, Mrs. O'Loary asked that members of the camp and hospital committee, in charge of the project, be present. THURSDAY B. P. W. club-6:30, Hotel -Hanford. Red Cross camp and committee-7 to 10, open house, 325 North Federal. E. M. D. club-7:30, Mrs. J. B. McLaughlin, 143 5th S. W. St. Lucy's circle-7:30, Mrs. Henry Colwell, 211 6th S. E. First Baptist Y. W. A.-Mrs. R. E. Davis, 415 14th S. E. Rainbow Mothers-7:30, P. G. E. Bundles for Britain-7:30. 814 Foresters building. Women of the Moose-8, Moose hall. L. O. T. O.-8. I. O. O. F. hall. Bethlehem Walthcr league-8, church parlors. FRIDAY First Christian Women's council-12:30, church, business at 1:15. Dorcas circle-- ' 1:30, Our Saviour's church. First Methodist W. S. C. S. circle 13-1:30, Mrs. B. C. Siglin, 807 Monroe N. W. First Methodist W. S. C. S. board 1:30, parish house, L. A. to B. R. T.-7:15, Moose hall. Kill Kare Klub-Russell Bistline. Queen Rebekah lodge-8, I. O. O. F. hall. St. Catherine's circle-8, Mrs. S. C. Dcyoe, 43 River Heights. Our Saviour's Mary and IWarfha circle-7:30, Mrs. Luke Wcssels, 30 21st S. E. Muench-Johnson Vows hospital Are Spoken by Pair New Hampton --Miss Mary Ann Johnson and Robert L. Muench were married Feb. 27 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Johnson, parents of the bride, with the Rev. L.W. Verts, pastor of the First Baptist church officiating. Attendants were Miss Carofe Muench and Stanley Feutchwan- ger. M A N L Y COUPLE WEDDED 55 YEARS--The 55th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Schuilc was observed beginning w i t h the service at the Lutheran church where as a surprise for Ihcir parents, 2 sons had 2 flower arrangements, with exactly 55 blossoms, consisting of carnations, snapdragons, Siberian iris and jonquils. A dinner followed for the immediate family at the Schulte home, with a complete family reunion. Born in Clayton county, H. H. Schulte was married to Miss Margaret Bierbaum, also of the same county. In 1889 they moved to the farm west of Manly, where they lived until moving to Manly. Four children were born, all of whom are living: Mrs. Gertrude Works, Elector, Mian., Mrs. M. C. McKerchcr, Oscar and Frederick, all of Manly. There are 8 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Mr. Schulte has been active in community and state affairs through the years. He was the first president of the Farm Bureau, when it organized in 1918 here. He was mayor ot Manly for 13 years, and was elected and served on the state legislature in the house of representatives for 3 sessions. BITS ABOUT 'EM / in tkeie beaui aatiiiii. iitii a uiietii o/ tsii 7 fteat ^etKuutte iitflei., matitf. unpacked today. cleat. cauM. o« paiil o-i udiife a^iottttdj.. One atvi two- ' '-. piece iitilei. Qttttii, MiMi atid li/otnn'i 4Mi . . . \ t · \ * · Specially, priced jpl a. j^ew-daufi at $7.75 atid $9-75. ^ v ·. Miss Shirley Holmen, daughter f Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Holmen, 219 Crescent drive, has joined the engineering section 'of the Curtiss- W r i g h t corporation's Columbus, Ohio, plant, following completion of a 10 month special aeronautical e n g i n e e r i n g cndctte t r a i n i n g :ourse nt the University of Minnesota. The Columbus plnnt produces the SB2B Curtiss hellcHver dive bombers and the Curtis seagull, naval scout observation plnne. William Morgan is the name given to the infant son of Lt. and Mrs. Harold Sykes, born Feb. 21 at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. Sykes and her son arc at the home of her sister, Mrs. Les Reed, 909 5th S. E. Lt. Sykes is stntioncd at Vancouver Barracks, Wash. --o-Almost every form of literature is represented in the Bible. The bride was graduated from the New Hampton high school and Iowa State Teachers college at Ccdnr Falls and has been teaching at Clermont. The bridegroom is a graduate of Teachers high school nt Cedar Falls and Iowa State college at Ames. The couple will live on a farm near Nashua. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muench of Ionia. --o-Farewell Tea Given For Mrs. Heneman Mrs. H. J. Honemnn who will leave Friday with her son, H. Jan, to join her husband who is at the Marine base at San Diego, Cal., was honored at a lea given by her mother-in-law, Mrs. F. C. Heneman, Wednesday at her home, 32 Vermont S. E. Hours were from 3 to 5 o'clock. The tea table was decorated in yellow and green and Mrs. Mark Giere, Mrs. H. L. Campbell and Mrs. H. D. Makeever assisted in pouring. 11. J. Hcncman left Feb. 19 for San Diego to begin his duties in the Marines after a visit with his parents here. Mrs. Heneman and their son have been with his parents since. Before coming here, they lived in Minneapolis. --o-LOYAL 10 CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Loyal 10 club met Wednesday with Mrs. R. C. Humiston, 801 10th N. E.. and after the business session, bridge was played with prizes going to Mrs. George Simkins, Mrs. George M. Nelson and Mrs. J. W. Johnson. --o-- EPPINO-ESPE Kanawhii -- Mrs. Adolph Espe hns rcccix'cd word of the marriage of her great grand-daughter. Miss Avis Espe, to Petty Officer 2/c Board of McKmley P. T. A. Has Session At the meeting of the McKinlcy P. T. A. board Wednesday at the school, it was recommended to buy flags for the rooms svho are 100 per cent in war stamp purchase. Mrs. W. A. Paxton reported on the council meeting. The resignation of the secretary, Mrs. Lee Pnrkcr, was accepted. Mrs. Kermit Larson announced the program for the meeting to be held next Wednesday. John Cnlhoun of the Y. M. C. A. staff will speak on "Delinquent Children." There will be numbers by the 2nd graders and representa- ,nd the speak. The 2nd grade mothers will serve. Mrs. William Gump, Red Cross chnirrnnn, announced a meeting for Friday afternoon at which the afghan being made by the Junior Red Cross will be completed. --o-- Mcfcinloy U. s" W.' Marlys L. Jurgens Wed to Milo Buss Allisim--Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Jurgens of Shell Rock announce the marriage of their daughter, Marlys Lorraine, to Milo Buss of Allison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Buss of Allison, which took place at Parkersburg, Feb. 26, at the parsonage of the Rev. Albert Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allison of Parkersbtirg were their at- lendnnls. Mrs. Allison is a sister of the bridegroom. Mrs. Buss was graduated with the class of '43 at Shell Rock. Mr. Buss was given an honorable discharge from the army in July pf- ter serving a year. He is now employed by the Rcents Motor Company in Allison. The couple will be home in Allison. Republican Women Plan for Meeting DCS Moincs--Mrs. R. R. Roberts. Britt, president of the Iowa Council of Republican Women has issued a call for the annual spring board meeting with sessions for all officers, advisory board members, standing committee chairmen and state, district, county and local presidents of all Republican clubs in Iowa, for Thursday and Friday, March 9, 10 at the Kirkwood hotel in Das Moines. Standing committee chairmen will meet with their committees at a special session Friday morning at 9 at the hotel' District presidents will meet with their committees at a session from 10:30 to 11:30 the same morning. A luncheon Friday nt 12 nt the Kirkvvood hotel is open to the public:. Honored guests will include Gov. and Mrs. Bourke B. Hickenlooper; the State Republican Chairman Willis B. York and Mrs. York; Miss Martha McClure, national connnitlecwoman; and Mrs, Gertrude Wilhnrm, state republican vice chairman. Introductions of all elective slate officials and state candidates will be given. The program will be presented by vice president and program chairman, Mrs. Don Vernon, FAirfield. Mrs. Florence Heller, Altoona, is the general council chairman for the 2 day conclave. Reservations are to be directed to the Kirkwood hotel, Des Moincs, for the Friday noon lunch- con. --o-ROOSEVELT U. S. W. DIVISION MEETS Roosevelt division of the U. S. W. met w i t h Mrs. Wayman Closson. 1412 Delaware S. E., Wed- ncsday^to make fracture pillows. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Closson on March 8. You May Always Be Constipated UNLESS you correct faulty living habits. IB the meantime to help Insure gentle yet thorough bowel movements--taka Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. Olive Tablets are simply moncJer/ul not only to pep up liver bile flow but also relieve constipation. Test their goodness tonight! Inexpensive. All drugstores. Follow label directions. PR.IDWARDS'T OII¥ " Jerome Epping at San Diego. Cnl., on Feb. 5. Miss Espe is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Espe who lived in this community until moving to Silverton, Ore., several years ago. Miss Espe has been employed as cashier in a department store at Silverton, and her husband is an instructor at a navy training station at San Diego. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED New Hampton -- Marriage licenses have been issued to John Cecil Fish, 20, and Erma Corrine Krueger, 23, both of Vinton; Marlin Edward Carrel, 25, and Dorette Adele Tingwald, 23, both of Ogden; Robert Lowell Mucnch, legal, Ionia and Mary Ann Johnson, legal. New Hampton; Lyle H- Fisher, 22, Nashua, and Ruth Barbara Litterer, 10, Plainficld; John W. Moore, 31, Grundy Center, and Gertrude Mock, 28, Reinbcck; Clayton Rush. 21. Dickens, and Lucille Adams. 21, Linn Grove; John Andrew Rodman 34, Greene, and Christine Anna Krcklau, 28, New Hampton. REBEKAH CIRCLE CONDUCTS MEETING Rebekah circle met Wednesday in the I. O. O. F. parlors with Mrs. D. J. Perdue presiding at the session at which Mrs. Nellie Ulrich nnd Mrs. Alice Geissmar had the lesson on the constitution. A committee was named to work nt the sewing room next week. Refreshments were served at a table A B O U T FEMININE HYGIENE "Liberties" are inserts you cm use with convenience. Easy to use. not n Krcnsy suppository or jelly- Effectively mecILciled. An excellent don- rlornnt. Tliousnnrls of wonifn depcml nn it for freedom (torn worry ani cmbarmssmcni. I!ca~ soiiabie. ton. Fnckn^c of H) inserts $1- Take ihis nil to Ford-Hopkins Drug Store for your package of LIBERTIES PEGGY PRICE HAT SHOP AT NEW LOCATION Formerly at 118 North Federal avenue--Now located ot the corner of Federal and 1st Street Northwest. OPENING Saturday, March 4 PEGGY PRICE HATS $1.98 $2.48 $2.98 COME IN AND SEE US! decorated colored candles. On the serving committee were Mmes. Perdue, Glen Wallace and Fred Linda and the Misses Betty and Julia Russell- At the next meeting in 2 weeks, a pot luck lunch will be served. --o-BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR MAX ROIIDE Friends of Max Rohde gathered at his home, 416 5th S. E., for a surprise party in celebration of his birthday. In the group were Messrs, and Mmes. Otto Peters, Huron Thompson, Ernest Groth, Dick Moltcr, Henry Wandrey and Art Christinsen and Mrs. Olga Tobsing. The evening w.is spent playing cards w i t h the prizes going lo Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Wandrey. G i f t s were presented lo Mr. Rohde and refreshments were served. --o-CRONIN-DEXTER AUXILIARY MEETS Cronin-De.xtcr a u x i l i a r y voted lo give So lo the Red Cross at its meeting Wednesday evening nt the V. F. W. hall. Work for the Red Cross was discuFsecl nnd a social hour with the veterans followed. Mrs. Harry Brown and Mrs. Frank Bysong were on the serving committee. ·--o-- MARINERS CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING Mariners club of the First Presbyterian church met at the parish house Wednesday evening lor n 7 o'clock dinner, followed by a tnlk on "Boots for Children" by Miss Mnry Ellen Evans of the public library s t n f f . The Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Dicrking and Mrs. Marjorie Hubbard were in charge of arrangements. --o--· PETF.RSON-MOE Garner--Jens Moe and Mrs. Florence E. Peterson were married at the United Presbyterian parsonage Feb. 26 by the Rev. Dr. W. A- Pollock. The bridegroom's son and daughtcr-in-laxv, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Moe, were the attendants. The couple will live in the Moe residence, 'i loQJsntieKZd,'. Spring Love... a slimming suit with hip-pocket interest and an equally smart m a t c h i n g topcoat! In 100% wool Shetland ... French Blue, Aqua, Lilac, Gold, Brown, Red, Navy and Black, sizes 10-20. Suit, $29.95 Coot, $29.95 "SEE YOU TOMORROW"

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