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March 3, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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'OCIETY Announcement Made of Lorenz-Smith Wedding at Omaha Announcement is made of tlic marriage of Miss Mary Lincoln Smith, daughter of Mrs. Else Ingwerscn Smith of Omaha, and Jlascoe O. Lorenz, son of the lute Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lorenz o[ Rockford, which was performed Feb. 'i'i at the home of the bride's mother. The wedding date \vas the anniversary of the bridegroom's parents and the ceremony was read by the Rev. Thomas Niven. pastor of the Presbyterian church there. Nuptial music was provided by an old fashioned music box, a family heirloom. The bride wore a brown dressmaker suit and a brown veiled, lilac trimmed straw hat. Her corsage was of brown orchids. Helen Adkins Scott and E. H. Smith, brother of the bride, attended the couple. A wedding dinner at the Omaha Athletic club followed. After a short wedding trip, the couple will he at home at Tama, where'he is teaching in Tama college. He is a graduate- of Iowa State Teachers college and the University of Iowa and has taken graduate work at Chicago Art Institute, Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, the MacPhail school and the Uni- veYsity of Idaho. He has an honorable discharge from the army. The bride was educated at Omaha and at the University of Missouri and was in charge ot the transportation and rationing office of the Army Modification Center at Fort Crook, Nehr. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. George Burmcister,- 1452 Hampshire place N. E.. Mrs. Fred Heddens. route I , and Mrs. Raymond Coe, Kensett, represented the Mason City D. A. R. chapter as delegates at the war projects conference of the Iowa D. A. R. in DCS Moines. Miss Beverly Coe went from the chapter as page ut the conference. Mrs. Burmeister is resent of the Mason City chapter. Seaman 2/c and Mrs. Doyle L. Clcvenger. who is seaman 2/c in the WAVES, are visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Doyle L. Clevenger. 118 Rhode Island S. E. Mrs. Clevenger has the distinction of being the first navy man's wife from the stnte of Iowa to enlist in the WAVES. She has finished her boot training at Hunter college. N. Y.. and is now stationed" at Ottumwa. Seaman Clevenger. the husband, is stationed at CampTeary. Williams- hurg, Va. His home is in Los Angeles, Cal. --o-- EAST STATE STREET CLUB ENTERTAINED -East State Street club met Thursday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. W. C. Schrader, 825 3rd S. E., and Mrs. Ivan Barnes led tile lesson on New Zealand. It was voted to give $5 to the Red Cross, and a kit bng collection was taken. Mrs. O. A. Mei-kel, Mrs. M. C. Swanson, Mrs. C. M. Neveln and Mrs. W. C. Evans were on the hostess committee. --o-ANNIVERSARY PARTY PLANNED BY PAIR Thompson -- Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson, retired farmers, \vill hold open house at their Versatile STARTING PLANS FOR CONVENTION Building Trades Council Has Meeting Plans for the state building trades council convention in Mason City May 6 and 7 got under way Thursday evening at the regular meeting of the building trades council of Mason City. The meeting was well attended with nearly all crafls represented. A committee was appointed to have charge of convention plans S. P. McKenzy gave a talk or the prevailing wage bill (S. F 243) and a committee was appointed to study the bill for revision or approval. Jay Tubbesing Nominated for District Commissioner It's good strategy to have a smart jacket and skirt for that well-turned-out look--and this pattern thoughtfully provides directions for a jerkin as well. No. 2052 in size 16 requires, for jacket and skirt, 3-Is yards 54 inch fabric; lor jerkin, ~',s yard 54 inch fabric. Send l(jc' 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 number in your address. The Spring Fashion Book is now ready. Illustrates 175 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order curly. 15c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address Pattern Department, Globc-Gazclfe, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11. N. Y. home here in Thompson on Sunday during the afternoon and evening in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary when friends and relatives of theirs will call. ONLY FEW DAYS LEFT FOR FILING Income Tax for '43 Due in Full March 15 Only a few days now remain in which to Tile Federal Income Tax. Collector E. H.'Birmingham of the District ot Iowa, reported that although thousands have already filed, the returns are not yet half in and that positively they must be in his office before midnight ol Wednesday, March 15- Special attention is called to the fact that farmers and others who filed declarations and estimates in December have to file returns for the year 1943 on or before March 15. Some seem to have the mistaken idea that the estimate tiled in December took the place of the regular return, but this is not so Another matter to be understood is that estimates o[ income fo» 1044 need not be filed before Apri 15, 1944, but that does not postpone filing of the regular return by March 15. The estimates anc returns are entirely separate mat ters. Those desiring aid in prepara tion of returns can still sccur same without cost at cither ot the Des Moines Offices_of the Collector, or in any of the 33 branch offices of the collector throughout the state. Collector Birmingham also reminds taxpayers that this year all tax due must be paid by March IS, and not quarterly as previously and arrangements should be made accordingly- Payments may Succeeds Dr. Pauley in Important Boy Scout Position Jay Tubbesing was nominated for appointment by the executive board to the position of Cerro Gordo district commissioner at the regular monthly meeting of the committee Thursday evening. Mr. Tubbesing succeeds Dr. J. L. iPauloy who is now president of the scout council. Ralph Lloyd Jones and Dr. Pauley were named assistant district commissioners. These 3 men, together with the 9 neighborhood commissioners make up the district commissioner staff and service all troops in the county. Fred Wagner was named director of the merit badge exposition which the scouts will stage the latter part o£ April. Other plans announced at the meeting include the inspection of all troop and cub meeting places* under the direction of Fred Loomer, district health and safety chairman. · Louis Page, chairman of the district, presided at the meeting. JAY TUBBESING VISIT OLD HOME Yanawha--Mrs. J. A. Ersland of Des Moines and her daughter, Mrs. Gene Swallum of Evanston, 111., were recent visitors with Kan awha friends. The Erslands form erly lived here when Mr, Erslan was a rural mail carrier scvera years ago. Mrs. Swallum expec to leave soon for San Francisc to meet her husband \vho i pharmacist's mate 1st class in th navy. RETIRED ALGONA MERCHANT DIES Rites to Be Saturday for William C. Steele Algona--William C. Sleelc, 77, ioncer clothing merchant, died hursday morning at the Kossuth ospitiil from he;\rt trouble. H(j ad suffered the heart attack bout 2 weeks ago. Mr. Slcele was born Feb. 8G7, at Newark, N. J. When he vas a stnall boy he came to loWi villi his parents who settled ir Madison county. He was marriec o Winifred Humphrey of Win- ersct and in 1901 came to Algona vhere hu started n clothing store vhich ha owned and operated fo [2 years, retiring one year ago. Mr. and Mrs. Steele were th parents ot one son, W. F. Steele with whom the father made hi ionic. There is also one grand child, Mariana. Mr. Steele was a member o the Methodist church and a trus tee emeritus. The funeral service will be held Saturday afternoo from the Methodist church «H the Rev. Nelson Price in charg and burial in Itivcrvicw cemc tery. Survivors oilier than the in- mediate family, are 3 brother the Rev. Joseph Steele of Siou City, James C. Steele, Macksbur ."nd Milton Steele of San Die; Ca!. ,t. Irvin Iverson Gets Award for Air Service NorthwouU--Lt. h v i n Kermith crson of the army air corps, son f Mrs, Ivor Iverson, has been warded; the oak leat cluster in eu of afi additional air medal for is services as navigator bom- ardicr from Aug. 6 to Oct. 7, 943, according to word received ere. Buy War Savings Bonds and tamps from your Globe-Gazelle arrier boy. Friday. March 3, 1SU Y MASON CITV GLOBE-GAZETTE Three Truckers Fined on Overload Charges Ganmr--Galen Sharp of Hnm- boldt, Nels Rasmussen of Alexander and Clarence 11. Williams of DCS Moincs were fined in the court of Justice K. J. Fritsch recently on the charge of overloading their trucks. The arrests were made by a highway commission weighing crew. Don't Let Constipation Distress Your Child Mothers, if simple constipation is making your child pepless, cranky, listless and out of sorts, here's what to do. Give him V i c k I a x -- the new, better- tasting laxative made by the Makers of famous Vieks Vapo- Rub especially for children aged 1 to 12. See how quickly and gently Vicklax helps relieve without griping, without weakening after-effects. You'll be delighted with the way your child responds to Vicklax, the tested child Inxative. So don't let occasional constipation distress your child. Get casy-to-tnke. easy - to - give V i c k l a x from your druggist today. See how your child fioes for that swell V i c k l a x taste -- no fuss or struggle. He won't even know he's taking a laxative. Notice how Vicklax ready - measured envelopes help you avoid harmful overdosing. And, mother, you'll be glad to see how quickly V i c k l a x gentle, effective action helps make your child feel fine again. Use as directed. Check your child today -- if he's sluggish or pepless, if his breath is bad due to simple con- \rjfiirj . v be VILKIAX stipatior,, sure to get V i c k l a x today. Ciianiitteil l»- the m a k e r s of Vicks Vapultub be made in cash or by post office or express money order, check or draft, payable to Collector of Internal Revenue, DCS Moines, Iowa. · A D I O N I C H E A R I N G A I D COMTIETE «nm orsTju. Minor HONE. MKIATUIE RADIO TV US AND IATTBUES t* Dr. J. H. Lepper, Opt. 58 tsl SI. S. E. Mison Cily. la. Iowa Choirtette Will Offer Sacred Concert Dumont -- The Iowa Choirtelte will give a sacred concert of music and song Sunday evening at the Salem Evangelical church. The young people of the church arc sponsoring the event. Personnel of the group is Max Beltz, baritone of Holland; Marvin Graves,- second tenor of Dike; Russell Kruse, first tenor, of Grundy Center and Frederick Meyer, bass of Aplington. with Dale Voss of Austinville. accompanist. This is the second appearance of the choirtctto hero. --o-ATHENIAN CLUB MEETING IS IIEI.U Athenian club was entertained Thursday at the home of Mrs. M. J. FHzpatrick, U35 East State street, and the program included current events by Mrs. H. Weber and the lesson by Mrs. D. W. Daly who reviewed "The Song of Bernadette" by Franz Werfel. Mrs. H. P. McLaughlin gave a magazine review and Mrs. Jake Douglas had charge of the music. --o-Clarion--Capt. and Mrs. R. O. Quello and son, Bobby, of Waco, Tex., were Sunday guests at the home of the former's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Bergfald. Herman A. Dahlstrom Rites Held; Burial at Memorial Park Funeral services for Herman Albert Dahlstrom, 62, who died Sunday following a brief illness, were held at the Patterson funeral home Wednesday afternoon, with the Rev. A. N. Rogness, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Mrs. Harold Wolfe sang "Abide With Me : ' and "No Night There/' Mrs. Roscoe Patton accompanied at the organ. Pallbearers were II. A. Rasmussen, Axel Rasstnussen, Max Harding and Richard Scholl. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. PEGGY PRICE HAT SHOP Father-Son Banquet Held at Eagle Grove Eagle Grove--The annual Father and Son banquet of the Methodist church was served to several hundred Thursday evening in the church dining room. The Rev. John Clinton of Iowa Falls was the principal speaker. He has long been active in Boy Scout work in the state. Mr. Alton Quintard of the high school faculty was the general chairman of the banquet. The song test was in charge of Mr. Marcus Boc. The 3aiuiuel was in charge of the Worthwhile class of the church school. at NEW LOCATION Formerly ot l i S North Federal avenue--Now located at the corner of Federal and 1st Street Northwest. PEGGY PRiCE HATS SI.98 $2.48 $2.98 OPENING Saturday, March 4 COME IN AND SEE US! ST. LUCY'S C1UCLE MEETS AT COLWELLS St. Lucy's circle met at the home of Mrs. H. Colwell, 213 6lh S. E.. Thursday with, Mrs. Art Fandcl assisting. After the business session, court whist v:as played with prizes going to Mrs. J. McCole, Mrs. J. McGuire. Mrs. J. Kelroy and Mrs. E. E. Fleming. Former Garner Youth Missing Over Germany Garner--Word has been received here that the \vnr department has reported Clyde Cassill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Cassili of Des Moincs. who was on his 3rd bombing mission over Germany, is reported missing in action. Cassill is a nephew of Mrs. F. M. Spayde and Mrs. Tena Ilcd- dcns of Garner. The Cassills were former residents of Garner. St. Ansgar--Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Crum and daughter, Betty, of Spring Valley, Minn., enroufe from Ames, visited Monday with Mr. Crum's brother-in-law,'F. H. Chandler, at the E. L. Hansen home. DRIVE OUT Roundtcortria can ca.u*e real trouble inside roil or Tour child r Watch for fidcctini:. "ricky" nppetilc. itchy now or pent. If you even nusiKct roundwormR. get Jajrr.c'fi Vermifujre today I JAYNE'S is America'? lending proprietary worm medicine : used hy million!! for over a century. Acts rentlr* yet drn-c* out roundworm*. Be (urc you £ cl JAYNE'S VERMIFUGE! T HERE is no pain like the hurt of longing . . , the constant, yearning pain you feel for someone far away. Jt is a proud pain and you--brave girl --you bear it proudly. You do your work . . . and buy your bonds ... and give your blood . . . and help a thousand ways. But when the night grows still and you are all alone ... there comes again the wish that there was something extra you · could do, some special way in which you could reach him, bringing him the small comforts, the extra little, human things that he expects from you. Tonight. , . when your door is closed ;.. when you can almost see him standing there before you . . . think of the Red Cross. For the Red Cross is still the Greatest Mother in the World, now as always doing.the sort of things you'd want to do yourself for h i m . Wherever he may be . . . in camp or overseas . . . in the desert's thirsty dust or slogging through the mud . . . the Red Cross will bring him comforts, solace and a hciping hand. The blood you gave so wil 1-' ingly will get to him... thanks to your Red Cross. He will sleep between sheets when he goes on leave ... in a rest GIVE TO THE RED CROSS home built by your Red Cross. If he should be wounded, the Red Cross worker will sit beside his bed . . . sent by you to do the things you would do for him yourself if you were there. If he should be a prisoner of war . ; . ^o//rRed Cross will send him every week, if humanly possible, your canon of real Americnn f o o d . . . Y e s , and real Aracri. can cigarettes and tobacco. Of course, you have given before, generously and with a willing hand. And you expect to give again. But this year dig deeper...give more than you ever have in the past. Give for the boy who isn't in your arms. This year dig deep and be glad. For wherever he is Trie RED CROSS is at his side and the Red Cross is YO U! LAUNDERERS

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