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January 17, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1945 SOCIETY NEWS MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Former Goodell Man Married in Chicago I Goodelf--Announcement comes I to local relatives of the marriage I on Dec. 30 of Cpl. Gordon Hetland land Lorainne -Chalifoux both of I Chicago, which" look place in the J St. Hilery church with the Rev. I Thomas J. Buch officiating. I Mrs. Archie Conklin of Marion, Isjster of the bridegroom, was I bridesmaid and Archie Conklin [was usher. A breakfast was held I in the marine room of the Edge- I water Beach hotel and a reception I held in the evening in the bride's 1 parental home with 250 guests. 1 Following his furlough Gordon I will return, to the Hawaiin islands 1 where he has been the past 3 (years. Mrs. Hetland will,continue I to work in the bank in Chicago I where she has'been employed the I past 5 years. I The Eli Hetlands were local I residents for years before moving ]to Chicago 10 years ago. --o-I MADISON PARENTS I CONDUCT SESSION 1 Mtdison Parent Education group I met Tuesday evening at the school I with the president, Mrs. Ernest I Allen, presiding at the session 1 which opened with the Lord's I prayer recited in unison. Arlene ·Kittleson played a piano solo and, ·with Mrs.. Clarence Kittieson,' a ·duet. Mrs. JR. H. Tierney per- ·Cormed 2. violin solos,' accompan- ed by Mrs. A. I* Edmonds. The ·lesson on "Quarrels and Tempers" was led by Mrs. John McMenimen. A. social hour followed with Mmes. ~. Ramsey, H. Anderson and A. Reynolds in charge. ·--o-- , . ?IEEMEN'S AUXILIARY ItlKETS AT POWERS . I Firemen's auxiliary met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. -eo Powers, 1504 Kentucky. S. E., ffith Mrs. Fred Moore assisting. During the. business session, Mrs. alter Berry was taken into raem- -- G a m e s were played and 'QUINTUPLETS ·hrays d* this for IST COLDS! oferole. Qftnrtw not calf *" «TM throat, »«int cbMt m ~ -- hot ALaoEeJja hat m in upper S T O R M TROOPER -- Caption accompanying (his picture, serviced by Pressens Biid, Swedish photo agency, describes it as showing a member of the East Prussian people's storm troop unit examining the rifle just issued to him at the camp for recruits. lunch served by the hostesses The next meeting will be Feb. 20. MONROE JUNIOR HIGH P. X. A. WILL MEET Monroe Junior High P. T. A will meet. Thursday evening at ( o'clock at the school with the Hev . N. Hogness as speaker. Mr. Rogness will talk on "Tolerance" and there will be musical selections by Maria Fotiriades. A social hour will follow. GIFT VOTED Joice--The Beaver Creek congregation voted an extra gift of $100 given to the chaplain's service commission. Manly--Mrs. G. B. Garrett returned, from Waterloo Sunday where she was called by the iU- ness of her mother, Mrs. J. Solmon, who was reported improving. » s'j color charm In Ihase wartims thoroughbreds o! 100% virgin wool crepe. Feast your eyes on the rich pastels in lhes« 1945 suits at Buttreys--for smartness and for wearabilitf, they can't be topped. 29,75 + SOCIAL * CALENDAR WEDNESDAY First Christian Fellowship-6:20, church, program at 7 board at 8:10. P. E. O. chapters-6:30, Hotel Hanford. Wa-Tan-Ye club-6:30, Green Mill. Lincoln Parent Education jrout 7:30, Mrs. Vinnie Christensen, 14Vi 1st S. E. Trinity Lincoln circle-7:30, Mrs. L. A.;Whipple, 692 1st S. E. N. B. C. club-- · · 7:30, Mrs. R. P.. Hanseri, 219 Vermont S. E. Button club-8, Mrs. H. J. Bruns, 214 Ver. ginia S. E., Monroe-Washington Parent Education group-8, Monroe school. THURSDAY T. C. club--. 1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Our Saviour's Rebecca circle-1:30, church. Grace Evangelical Ladies' aid-2, church parlors. Trinity Forest Park circle-2, Mrs. Warren Peterson, 1210 6th S. W. Holy Family circle 11-2, Mrs. H. M. Johnson, 420 Harrison N. W. St. James circle 3-2, Mrs. Otto Peters, 440 5th S. E Energetic class-Congregational church R. N. A. Health club-- ' 2, Moose hall. Athenian club-2:30, Mrs. Gerald West, 85 Linden drive. bnmannel circle 3-2:30, Mrs. Ed Kenney, 223 5th N. W. Jefferson P. T. A.-2:30, school. Bundles for Britain-7:30, Foresters building. St. James Luther leagues-7:30, church' parlors. Bethlehem Waither league-7:45, church. St. Elizabeth circle-8, Mrs. Mark Pirkl, 712 Jersey S. E. Monroe Junior High P. T. A. 8, school. L.O. T. O.-8, J. O. O. F. hall. Women of the Moose-8, Moose hall. HanforQ Ladles aid-1, Mrs. J. W. Heinselman. Novel club-1, Mrs. R. R. Flickinger, 1015 Progressive club-Postponed. Holy Family circle 9-7:30, Mrs. Leo Whalen, 412 14th N. W. . · Holy Family circle 8-- ~8, Green Mill. --o-O. K. to Marry Sister Fort Wayne, Ind., (U.R)--Under certain conditions, you can marry your sister. This was decided by Allen County Clerk Dorothy Gardner after a male voice asked her over a telephone if he could marry his sister. Mrs. Gardner indignantly replied, "Marry your sister, of course not." The roan laughed and said he was a minister and wanted to perform the ceremony. "Under those conditions, yes go right ahead," she replied. ' Charles M. Hay Dies of Heart Disease Washington, (U.R-- Charles M. Hay, No. 1 assistant to War Manpower Commissioner Paul V. McMutt, died in his apartment here Tuesday night of heart disease. He was 65.. Hay, one-time St. Louis City counselor, was deputy chairman and executive director of the WMC and served as acting chairman during McNutt's recent tour of the European war theater. SERVICING A SUIERFORT-At Saipan headquarters of the 21st bomber command crewmen Bwarm over a B ' 29 Superfortress for between-mission DEMOBILIZATION TREATY OPPOSED Communists Protest Vandenberg Plan Washington, (U.R) -- American communists have begun a blister ing campaign of protest agains the Vandenberg plan for an Anglo American-Russian-Chinese treats to keep Germany and Japan permanently demobilized. They evidently consider the treaty idea merely bait for certain post war political plans to pre vent communization of Europe. The vigor of the American com munist objections is causing spec ulation here whether, by chance they may be representing th thinking of Moscow in connectior with the Vandenberg proposal President Roosevelt, Prime Min ister Winston Churchill and Mar shal Josef V. Stalin will mee within 2 or 3 weeks. If Stalin see the Vandenberg plan as do Ameri can communists, it scarcely can figure in any agreements reachec at the big 3 conference. On Jan. 10 Sen. Arthur H. Van denberg, K., Mich., a rrmderaf isolationist, proposed that the United States, Great Britain, the soviet union and China immedi ately sign a "hard and fast treaty to keep Germany and Japan per manently demilitarized." . Chairman Tom Connally, D Tex., of the senate foreign rela tions committee, gave Vandenberg a frosty response. But the Michi gan senator's proposal drew con sidcrable bi-partisan applause notably from some of the mos consistent s u p p o r t e r s of Mr Roosevelt's foreign policy. A m e r i c a n communists, who have been as,active as any group m support of the president's foreign policies, took one look at the Vandenberg proposal and began shouting "foul." Their attacks culminated this week in a Madison Square-rally on the 21st anniversary of the death of V. I. Lenin founder of the communist state Some 20,000 assembled communists heard Earl Browder, president of the Communist Political association, denounce the Vandenberg proposal as a "sortie" against President Roosevelt designed to cancel the foundations laid al Tehran except in purely military questions." The Daily Worker, communist organ published in New York has been conducting an editorial crusade against Vandenberg. The Worker points out that the demilitarization treaty was not the only --oposal in Vandenberg's speech. iat the American communists denounce is what is interpreted as a proposal that "the United States will consider all European settlements, all measures by the new democratic governments, all inter- European agreements as tempor- RESCUED FROM FIRE WHICH TOOK 14 LIVES -- A barefoot man is led down a fire tedder supported by 2 firemen from the upper stories of the General Clark hotel at Chicago, III., where 14 persons perished in an early morn- ary and subject to review after the war." The Worker says Vandenberg evidently believes some of the governments being or to be set up in the liberated states will have Moscow's inspiration or sponsorship--and the Worker says tha is not true. The communist presi is throwing both fists in this at tack on the Vandenberg plan which the Worker likens to the first move of the late Sen. 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