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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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6 Friday, March S, 194* MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Gainesville to Be Home of Couple Announcement is made of the marriage of Lt. Robert William Green, son of Mr. and Mi's. Herman L. Green, 36 Beaumont drive, and Miss Ellinor Gertrude Goodwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Goodwin of Iowa City, performed in the First Unitarian church of Iowa City, Feb. 27, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. The service was read by a former pastor of the church, the Rev. Arthur L. Weatherly of Lincoln, Nebr., in a setting of white gladi- .oli and palms. Nuptial music included the traditional wedding marches and "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi," "Tri Delta True," and "Lieberstraum" by Ijszt, played by Richard Campbell, U. S. N. R. The couple was attended by the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Robert L. Ferguson of Mason City, the matron of honor, and the bride's brother, Pfc. Laurence Goodwin of Iowa City, the bestman. Ushers were William Shrope of Mechanicsville, Lt. John Mattill and Dr. L. O. Nolf of Iowa City. The bride who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a street length white crepe dress styled with a fitted bodice buttoned down the back, having a round neckline and long sleeves. The skirt was gored. She wore a white calot trimmed with a matching veil and her jewelry was a pearl necklace belonging to her mother. Her corsage was a lavendar orchid. Mrs. Ferguson wore a powder blue suit with a white frilled blouse and a grey plaid sailor hat and' her flowers were gardenias and white freesia. The bride's mother was gowned in a tailored aqua suit with white accessories and the bridegroom's ' mother was in a gray blue suil with black accessories. Each h'ad a gardenia corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Fireside room of the church. A fan-shaped arrangement of white roses, orange blossoms and white tapers decorated the serving table. Henrietta Pritchard of Chicago and Mrs. Chester DeSart of Mason City, sister of the bridegroom, poured. The couple' left for a wedding trip to Chicago and for travel the bride wore a light green tweed suit with a gold colored top coat and 1 brown accessories. Before going to Gatesville, Texas, where they will be at home, Lt. and Mrs. MILLIONS HERE ( EXPECTED ATTACK It happens every year. There is always a time when it seems like everybody has a cold attack. At this time be prepared and remember Penetro. a salve with modem medication in a base containing same land of old fashioned mutton suet grandma used. Works 2 ways (1) Inside, Pene- tro s specially medicated vapors soothe and comfort, help reduce nasal conges- u°, n t J 2) Out *ide, Penetro acts like a helpful plaster as its counter-irritation warms, stimulates circulation at the spot where it is applied. 25c. Double supply 35c- Always be sure to demand Penetic Discussed at Meeting of W. Club PLANS WEDDING--Mrs. Hazel Lozotte, Osage, has announced the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Betty Jean, to Cpl. Robert W. Laughlin, Camp Davis; N. Car. The wedding will take place this spring. Green will visit in Mason City and Iowa City. Mrs. Green, a graduate of Iowa City high school, received her B. A. degree from the University of Iowa in December. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Lt. Green was graduated from Mason City high school and junior college and the University of Iowa where he was affiliated with Sigma Chi fraternity. He is now serving as an instructor with the tank destroyer replacement training center at North Camp Hood, Texas. Out of town guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Green, parents o£ the bridegroom, Mrs. DeSart, Mrs. Ferguson and Pvt. Porter Burrets, all of Mason City. --0-Prizes Are Awarded in Essay Contest by Women of Moose College of regents chairman, Mrs. Tom Schollian, presented gifts to Mrs. Gilbert McKibben, 1st, and Mrs. Art Hennigar, 2nd, at the meeting of the Women of the Moose Thursday evening in Moose hall, the gifts being awards for the best essays on "Why I Like to Be a Co-Worker of the Women of the Moose." The social service chairman, Mrs. Henry Nelson, had charge of the chapter night program which opened with the singing of "Long, Long Trail." Mrs. Lewis Miller gave a reading and "America" was sung. The chairmen turned in reports. The members were asked to help at Lincoln school where Red Cross kits are being made for service men. Announcement was made of the chairmen's meeting with the executive board March 7 at 8 o'clock in the women's lounge. The next meeting will be March 16. --i5-- Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Clay Cowan Is Speaker at Dinner "Postwar Planning" was the topic for discussion at the meeting of the Business and Professional Women's dub Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford, with Clay Cowan as the speaker of the evening. Mr. Cowan who was introduced by Mrs. Helen Walsh spoke of the changes which war has brought to employment, pointing out that there are about 11 million in the armed forces, with the number of women in service rapidly expanding, and that in the transfer from peacetime to war conditions which has been going on since Pearl Harbor, there has been a jjreat migration of people from «one part of the country to another. He said that after the war a large number may remain where they are while the industry which employs them changes over from war to peace production, some have acquired new skills and will go on with them and others may return to a former employment now considered unessential. Mr. Cowan stressed the necessity for being able to meet the problems which will arise when demobilization day comes and the part educational (raining and vocational guidance can play. He pointed out that the war is not anywhere near won and that winning it is the immediate problem. Discussion followed with Miss Gladys Price in charge. Mrs. T. J. Kiesselbach sang 4 numbers, "Pledge to the Flag" by Malotte, "Will You Remember" by Romberg, "Balloons in the Snow" by Boyd and "Birth of Morn" by Dunbar. accompanied by Mrs. Harry Wolf. Miss Price reported on the B. P. W. publications, Independent Woman and Iowa Business Woman. The publications committee was in charge of the program. It was voted to contribute $25 to the Red Cross. Announcement was made of a meeting of the Na tional Women's party in Des Moines, of the Business Girls league world wide observance banquet, and of the doll-sewing project. Guests were Miss Margaret Bagley, Miss Esther Noah, Miss Ardelle Stone and Mrs. Florence Kintz. MRS. ARLENE BERRY HOSTESS. TO CLUB S. G. I. club was entertained by Mrs. Arlene Berry at the William Paulson farm southeast of Mason City. Thursday. The time was spent informally and refreshments were served by the hostess, carrying out a patriotic theme. · --o-L. O. T. O. MEETING CONDUCTED AT HALL L. O. T. O. met Thursday evening in L O. O. F. hall with Mrs. G. H. Ange'll presiding at the session at which it was voted for the patrol to accept an invitation to put on the drill at P. M.. park iuring the encampment week. Hostesses were Mrs. Henry Stoltenberg, Mrs. Qeorge Van Every and Mrs. Fred Warner. HONffMMD SOf FLOUR k« · "magic way" wit* rf«i*rfi-- «*. rictr.f Htm wit* · *«JJc«f« ·«t-(lt« favor tkut everybody (ifttt. If* · ««$y fe bafc* wit* HONEf- MMO SOr fiOUK tea -- fc.ca.il. It Mft to r«c/y browning -- *rt» batltg __ toirovliia; vpfwaroic* -- m*4 pr*v»ttf«f crtMbtine. HONEYMEAD SOY HOUR COOK BOOK DESSERTS like you've never tasted! EXTRA GOODNESS is only ONE «f the advantages of enriching cookies, biscuits, pies, cakes, puddings, pas! trie* -- alto bread, $oup, meals, gravies, vegelablet and fish -- with HONEYMEAD SOY FLOUR. Milled entirely from soybeans -- HONEYMEAD SOY FLOUR adds protein, vitamins of the B complex and minerals to foods -- all so essential in the daily diet for growth, strength, endurance and energy. Your grocer has HONEYMEAD SOY FLOUR in a two pound economy sack. Get your sack of this amazing new-day "Flour-FOOlTiomorrow. HONEYMEAD PRODUCTS COMPANY « CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA HONEVMEAO FLOUR FIRST VISIT OF BRIDE--Mrs. Harold M. Hubbard, with her husband Lt. Hubbard, is paying her first visit to Mason City since their marriage which took place Aug. 7 in Little Hock, Ark. The bride was Modean James, daughter of Mrs. Mamie James before her marriage. They are guests of Mrs. J. M. Hildebrand, 420 Polk place S. W., and plan to return to Arkansas where Lt. Hubbard has been stationed at Camp Chaffce. (Russell photo) KANAWHA--M a n y Kanawha people were in the group of approximately 2 0 0 relatives, friends, and neighbors who were present at the 58th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cosgriff, held in Britt. ' A program, including talks by the Rev. Father O'Connell of Britt, and Senator O. E. Johnson of Kanawha, was held and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Cosgriff were pioneer settlers in the Kanawha community, having come here about the year 1896 and settled on a farm which they purchased northwest of the present site of Kanawha, before the town was started. They were married at Jefferson, Feb. 25, .1886, and the first years of their married life was spent at Billings, Mont. They returned to Iowa, and after retiring from farm life, made their home in Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Cosgriff are the parents of 6 sons and 4 daughters, 7 of whom are living. They are Mrs. Dale Wagoner and Jack Cosgriff of Kanawha; Tom, George^ and "Martin, Jr., of Britt; Ed of Omaha, and Mrs. Donald McGreevy of Waterloo. All of them, except Ed and Mrs. McGreevy, were present at the celebration. Past Noble Grands Elect Mrs. Closson Mrs. Wayman Closson was elected vice president to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Miss Marjorie Jones at a meeting of the Past 'Noble Grands Thursday afternoon in the I. O. O. F. parlors, Mrs. Alfred Diercks presiding. Mrs. Fred Lind read the story of Deborah and Mrs. Foster Elliott and Mrs. Alta Striker conducted the study on "Fine Points in the Ritual." The social hour was in charge of Mrs. Everett Lennan, Mrs. O. F. Repp, Mrs. E. G. Dunton, Mrs. Arthur Geissmar, Mrs. Wayman Closson and Mrs. George Van Every. H elping the omemaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Vegetable Dinner (Ralioned Items Are Starred) Stuffed Tomatoes Buttered Onions Snap Beans . Parsley Potato Cakes Whole Wheat Bread Lemon Pancakes With Cinnamon Sugar Coffee (Recipes Serve Four) Parsley Potato C%kes 2 cups mashed potatoes *Fat 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Mix finely chopped parsley into well-seasoned mashed potatoes. Form into cakes about 3 inches across and nn inch thick. Fry slowly in fat until each side has a crisp golden brown crust. Lemon Pancakes 3 eggs 3 tablespoons lemon juice Grated rind of 1 lemon *3 tablespoons sugar \k teaspoon salt Vt teaspoon nutmeg 1 cup milk 1 cup siffert, cake flour I Separate eggs. Add remaining ingredients to beaten yolks and whip until smooth. Beat whites until stiff but not dry and fold lightly into mixture. Bake on moderately hot greased griddle. Serve sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, which is made by adding a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon to each quarter cup of sugar desired and mixing well. --o-St. Ansjrar--Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll visited Monday with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reick near Grafton. NORTHWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rustad observed the 50th anniversary of their wedding which took place Feb. 27, 1894, at the Hound Prairie Lutheran church in Freeborn county, Minn. About 175 relatives and friends gathered at the Shell Rock Lutheran church near Northwood 'to observe the anniversary. A program was given which included musical numbers and talks with the Rev. O. H. Hove the main speaker. Ole O. Lund of Northwood gave a talk in the Norwegian language. G u e s t s were present from Minot, N. Dak.; Minneapolis, Albert Lea, Minn.; Lyle, Minn.; Glenville, ·Minn.; Forest City, Mason City, Joice, Kensett and Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Rustad established their home on the Rustad farm west of Northwood which had been .his father's since 1854. They are the parents of 5 children, Mrs. Bennie 'Olson of Minot, N. Dak.; Mrs. Winfred Johnson, Forest City; Mrs. Nick Aase of Minneapolis: Reuben of Northwood, and Stanley-of Seward, Alaska. One daughter, Selma, died when a year old.. They have 22 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Party Is Planned for Marshall-Swift Girls by Committee Activities are being started by the newly organized industrial girls committee of the Y. W. C. A., first event to be a party Monday evening for the womeri and girls employed at Marshall and Swifts. Mrs. Wilbur Dierking and Mrs. F. W. Vorhics are chairmen of the committee which has planned a dinner to be followed by an informal evening Monday. Those attending will be given an opportunity to get acquainted with the Y. W. C. A. facilities. Later parties will be held fo. women and girls employed at the Telephone company, the Tent and Awning company and Deckers. --o-CARPENTER-LAGE Clarion--Clarion friends have received word of the marriage of Cpl. Francis Carpenter and Miss Helen Lage Feb. 17 at Hampton. THE SLEEK TOP HAIR-DO NEED NOT BE SEVERE HOLLYWOOD PERMANENTS Croquignole £ f% 7C or Combination £* Other Waves S3.75, S4.75, S5.75 Ask About Our Cold Wares at $10, $15, $21 Over Kresge Dollar'Store PHONE 281 Gatherings on Schedule ofY.W.C.A. Arrangements have been made for the first 4 in the series of morning coffees and afternoon leas being sponsored by the Y. W. C. A. membership committee. The series w i l l continue through March and April and are designed tor members, prospective members and others who are interested. First will be a tea Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. F. C. Lovell,\212 2nd S. E. Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant will be the leader. On Wednesday there will be a coffee at 10 o'clock in the morning at the home of Mrs. E. D. Dunlop, 222 6th N. W., with Mrs. Marion Olson as lead.er and a tea in the afternoon at 2, at the home of Mrs. John Dibble, 1040 3rd M. W., with Mrs. Bryant as leader. Mrs. Milton Decker, 125 llth N. E., will' be hostess to a coffee Thursday morning and Mrs. A. A. Bishop will be (he leader. Mrs. Ray Whorley is chairman of the membership committee which is sponsoring the gatherings and Mrs. H. M. Knudson and Mrs. D. K. Lundberg are co-chairmen. The programs are being arranged by the public affairs committee headed by Mrs. Robert Glazer and Mrs. G. E. Harrison and an international opinion poll is to be the project of this committee with an aim to collecting the problems of the post war world which interest the women in developing discussion groups. ·--o-- + SOCIAL + FRIDAY 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. Deyoe, 43 River Heights. Our Saviour's Mary and Martha circle-7:30, Mrs. Luke Wessels, 30 21st S. E. R. N. A. HEALTH CLUB MEETS R. N. A. Health club met Thursday at Moose hall, with Mrs. Ida Johannsen presiding. Cards were played, prizes in 500 going to Mrs. Fred Angell, Mrs. G. Cory and Mrs. James Leake and in bridge to Mrs. E. Deeny, Mrs. E. W. Lilley and Mrs. Bessie Bull. Miss Ella Kobrick and Mrs. Leo Herzo^ were on the committee for the afternoon. The next meeting, March 16, will be in charge of Mrs. H. A. Morphew. S O L D I E R ' S BRIDE --Miss Leona Mix, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mix, 648 4th N. E., became the bride of Pvt. Francis W. Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Caiffpbell of Rosalyn, Long Island, N. Y., Feb. 29 at a ceremony performed in the Trinity Lutheran church by the Rev. 'Alvin N. Rogness. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Pence attended the couple. The bride wore a light green suit with a white frilled blouse. The bride will remain in Mason City and Pvt. Campbell will leave Saturday for South Camp Hood, Texas. He entered the army March 19, 1942, and has been stationed at Camp Bowie, Texas, and Camp McCoy, Wis. Party Held for Band, Orchestra Music Mothers club sponsored aparty Thursday evening in the Music hall for the members, of the high school band and orchestra, Mrs. Walter Rae, president of the club, and Mrs. Roy Bailey, social chairman, being in charge of arrangements. Games and dancing were the diversions of the evening, having been planned by a committee composed of Mr. and Mrs. David Diercks, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jackson and Sidney Stott. Decorations a n d invitations were in charge of Mrs. Paul Locmis, Mrs. Axel Johnson and Mrs. R. L. Johnston and on the refreshments committee were Mr. and Mrs. G. Doty, Mr, and Mrs. B. E. Setterberg, Mr. and Mrs. W. Kellogg and Mr. and Mrs. H. Holt. A St. Patrick's theme was carried out, the decorations being in green. Carieton L. Stewart and Miss Marjorie Smith were guests at the party. Program Is Presented at Wesley Wesley W. S. C. S. meeting was conducted at the church Thursday, opening with devotions led by Mrs. L. Wilkinson. Mrs. C. Anderson played hymns softly during the meditation and Mrs V. Polansky sang "This is My Father's World." Mrs. M. Peterson, program chairman, presented a group of senior high school students in, eluding Alan Loterbour who sang "Dancing in the Dark" and a quartet, singing a humorous version of "Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet." In the quartet were Leroy Spurgeon, Donald Weber, Jack Makeever and John Plonsky.. Jean Cady played piano accompaniment. Mrs. Paul A. Peterson gave an Irish reading, "Her Specialty." The lesson was in charge of Mrs M. Clayburg who read "New Voices." Letters were read from district' officers. During the business session at which Mrs. Fred Graham presided, the society voted to buy new dishes for the church. The food sale of the deaconesses was announced. Mrs. E. Bowers, secretary of spiritual life, asked .each member to. read the life of Christ during Lent. Reports were given by circle chairmen. Mrs. Gladys Dai- bey- of Ogden, Utah, a guest, was introduced. Circle B members were hostesses and served at table decorated with Irish emblems in observance of St. Patrick's day. RAINBOW MOTHERS MEETING IS HELD Rainbow Mothers met at the P. G. E. auditorium Thursday evening and the president, Mrs. Gladys Morris, had charge of the session. Mrs. N. Wood, mother adviser, announced spring and fall rummage sales as projects of the club. It was voted to have a pot luck dinner for the Rainbow Girls and their parents, April 14. The business session was followed by refreshments, served by Mrs. J. D. Farrer, Mrs. A. E. Bower and Mrs. J. A. Manuel. The next meeting will be April 12. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED AT ALLISON Allison--A marriage license has been issued to Sydney Charles Dean, 24, Shell Rock, Grace Jean McPherson, 24, Wheatland N Dak. Relieve misery, as most mothers do. Rub the I throat, chest* and back with ^_ --- - - ^ -time-tested W VAPORUB "I rm«» v ' Below Left:--"TIGER LANE"-Flores de American rayon j«raey. Junior sizes 9 to 15 $16.95 Above Left:--"WINDSORETTE" --Irelrn* spun rayon. Junior sixes 9 to 15 $14.95 Above Right: -- "DETACHABLE ANGEL"--Tiara rayon sheer. Junior sizes 9 to 15. .. .$19.95 * A Crown Soap 'n Water Fabric. "See You Tomorrow"

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