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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1945
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Red-Cross Production Sewing Room to Be Open on Monday Women who have been contributing their services to the Red Cross sewing projects, will find their vacation over Monday when Mrs. Karl Waggoner, sewing chairman, has issued a call for workers at the sewing room in Lincoln school. The work to be done includes 400 kit bags, 20 men's pajamas and 9 layettes. Supervisors are at the rooms every day to assist in the sewing and any woman who wishes to help in this wartime activity may come to the Lincoln school basement any weekday. afternoon. ( The hours are from 1 to 4:30 on Monday through Friday afternoons. · It is hoped that the quota will be completed in a month. Supervisors who will be at,the sewing room include Mrs. J. G. Janson and Mrs. J. P. Youngsale on Monday, Mrs. D. E. Randall, Tuesday. Mrs. Walter Hyde, and Mrs. E. H. Boycr, Wednesday; Mrs. F. B. Hathaway, Thursday, and Mrs. R. C. Keithahn, and Mrs C. H. Hubbard, Friday. ^ West Union Soldier to Be Wedded Jan. 21 West Union--The marriage of Miss Elinor Button, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dutton, Bedford, Mass., to'Sgt. Billie C. Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnston, West Union, will take place Jan. 21, at Bethel Presbyterian church. The Rev. G. W. Ukena will read the single ring service Mrs. G. W. Ukena will play the nuptial music. The bride-elect will wear a cream colored wool dress, which her mother wore 50 years ago. She will be attended by Miss Earleyne Johnston, sister of the bridegroom. The Rev. Norman Frerking, Warren, 111., best man, and George Miller and Vern Darnall. West Union, will be ushers. The bride-elect is a graduate from the Framington Teachers' college at Framington, Mass., and is a dietician in the army nurse '.corps. Sgt. Johnston is a graduate from Upper Iowa university, Fayette, and is now stationed with the army at Fitzsimmons General hospital, Denver, Colo. They will make their home at Denver. KINTER-DARGAN Riceville -- Rosemary Dargan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dargan, became the bride of Leo Kmter, son of Mr_and Mrs. Clayton _Kinter of. Chester, Tuesday. T h e c e r e m o n y was performed by the Rev. Father O'SiiZ- livan in the Immaculate Conception church. May Beth Dugan of Waterloo and Edward Meehan attended the couple. Breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents immediately following the ceremony. Following a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Kinter will be at home on a farm near Chester. spending 15 days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lindquist. iii 2 Fields ENGAGED. TO WED--Mrs. Mabel Sons, Kirk apartments, Mason City, announces the engagement of her daughter, Helen Ruth, to John Pandil, Jr.,»son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pandil of Hampton. (Russell Photo.) 2'Officers' Installed at Session . Navy Mothers club met at the Legion hall Wednesday and Mrs. Frank Law, commander, opened the session at which 2 officers were installed, by Mrs. O. M. Ivor- son, installing officer, and Mrs. Art Page, installing, marshall. Newly installed were Mrs. E. E. Fleming, chaplain, and Mrs. L. jr. Skyles, matron at arms. It was voted to contribute $50 to the Cerro Gordo service committee for rehabilitation. Each member contributed 10 cents for the March of Dimes. A sewing bee was announced for Jan. 23 at the home of Mrs. Frank Law, 1410 East State, and a pot luck dinner and sewing bee lor Feb. 1 at the home of Mrs'. TV. L. Arigell, 1532 Hampshire N. E. Navy Mothers canteen days will be Jan. 30 and 31 and Feb. 2. Mrs. C. J- Day, welfare chairman, re-; ported 8 dozen sponges made. The next meeting will be held Feb. 6. Monroe-Washington Parent Group Meets The meeting o£ the Monroe- Washington P a r e n t Education group, in the Monroe Junior High School cafeteria Wednesday evening, was opened with the singing of "God Bless America." Following- the business meeting, the lesson, "Quarrels and Tempers," with Mrs. Lyell Moore and Mrs. W. H. Paxton in change, was discussed. Refreshments were served by'Mines. M. W. Quinlan, Ernest Hutchins, Charles Oulmann and L. M. Smith. 112P.E.O/S Are Present for Dinner One hundred and twelve members of P. E. O. assembled at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday evening for a banquet in observance ot Founder's day. Mrs. I. W. Stinson, corresponding secretary of the Iowa state chapter of P. E. O. talked on the founding of the sisterhood in January, 1869, by a small group of girls at Iowa Wesleyan college at Mount Pleasant. Today P. E. O. has 90,000 members in the United States, Canada and Hawaii, according to Mrs. Stinson. She reviewed the war activities of the Iowa chapter in the past year, pointing out that the state chapter- has invested $7,000 in war bonds. The national organization has donated 4 clubmobiles for overseas service. Mrs. Stinson spoke about Cottey college at Nevada, Mo., which is owned and administered by P. E. O. and said that from a national loan fund, 9,000 girls have been granted scholarships. Mrs. Fred Currie led the group in prayer and there were 2 musical selections by Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, accompanied by Mrs. Morris Laird, and vocal numbers also by' Mrs. Harold Snyder, who was accompanied by Mrs. Alvin Stieger. Miss Marjorie B. Smith appeared with 2 of her students, Phyllis Zemanek and Patty Yelland, in a string trio. A short memorial service was conducted with Mmes. Jay Houlahan, R. E. Smiley, Meredith Temple, C. I. McNary, Kenneth Long, R. E. Romey, J. Francis Beck and John Hood taking part. Also appearing on the program were Mrs. B. B. Bagley, president of chapter DZ; Mrs. Milton Bergland, president of chapter GN; and Mrs. L. J. Strahan, president of chapter IW. ---VJ Kensett--Miss Rorma Berg, who seaman has accepted a position as secretary to State Representative Norman Norland, left to enter upon her new duties. For Joyful Cough Relief, Try This Home Mixture Real Relief. Big Saving. So Easy. No Cooking. This splendid recipe is used by millions every year; because it makes suci a dependable, effective medicine for coughs due to colds. It's so easy .to mix--a chiia could do it. From any druggist Bet 2% ounces of Finer, a special compound ot proven ingredients, in concentrated ronn,welI-icnownforltssoothinKetrecl on throat and bronchial membranes. Then make a syrup by stirring two cups of eranulated sugar and one cap or water a few moments, until dis- solved. It's no trouble, at all No cooking needed. Or you can use corn syrup or liquid honey, instead of sugar syniD. Put the Pinei into a pint bottle and add your syrup. This gives you a full pint of very effective and quick- acting cough medicine, ana you get aljout four times as much for your money. Jt never spoils, and is very pleasant--chiliren love it. You'll be amazed by the way It takes Bold of coughs, giving- you de- IiBhtful rel.ef. It loosens the phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes, and 5S Ps f'?" the »J r Passages. Money refunded il not pleased in every way. does yesterday use ODAC FRESH AIR SPRAY KILLS HOME ODORS INSTAUTLY Completely destroys strong cooking, stale tobacco, bathroom, improper ventilation odors in 30 seconds. Just press plungerand your rooms breathe an air of springtime freshness. Gives positive deodorizing ... does not mask one L odor with another. Economical, non-inflammable, stainless. Attention Deoteri: Diifrfbufed by G. J. TIMMERMANN CO. 114 Western Aye., Davenport, I»_ ODAC FKESH Am VAPORIZER for Kill* »don ni tlivy ariit. mi**: puma, WUB, wnmirats. nouns. wwBzm, wariwa, SBR mitrmt cms, wsr ua msst mn H elping the omemaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Cauliflower Casserole Shrimp and Cauliflower Casserole Baked Potatoes Twin Mountain Muffins Prune Whip (Recipes serve 4) Shrimp and Cauliflower Casserole 1 head cauliflower 2 cups canned or cooked shrimps 2 tablespoons margarine 2 tablespoons flour . 1 % cups milk .' · . ; % teaspoon.salt ? Vt teaspoon pepper ·"·'· I teaspoon parsley, chopped % cup bread crumbs Divide cauliflower into flowerets and parboil in salted water ten minutes. Drain. Place in casserole. Place shrimps over cauliflower. Meanwhile, melt margarine in saucepan. Take off heat and mix with flour making a smooth paste. Return to heat and add milk stirring until thickened. Add salt pepper and parsley. Pour sauce over cauliflower and shrimps. Top with bread crumbs. Bake at 357 degrees for- 30 minutes or until crumbs are brown and cauliflow- · tender. Twin Mountain Muffins 1% cups flour 2A teaspoons baking powder % teaspoon salt 1 egg. 3 tablespoons sugar % cup milk 3 tablespoons margarine ' Mix and sift dry ingredients. Com- ame milk and well-beaten egg and add to the dry ingredients. Add melted margarine and stir only enough to moisten flour Fill buttered muffin tins 2/3 full ond bake at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes To save sugar, cook raisins or prunes with cereals to sweeten them. NELSON-HEATHERTON Decorah--In the cHapel of St. Bridget's Catholic convent, Tuesday morning, Miss Ann Heather- Ion, daughter of William Heather- Ion, Waucoma, and Vernon V. Nelson, son of Mrs. Julia Nelson, Decorah, were married by the Rev. Maurjce E. Nolan. The attendants were Mrs. Bud Olson, matron of honor, Miss Olive Holverson, bridesmaid, and Charles Seim, best man. A wedding dinner was served at the Barge cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are employed, locally and will continue in their positions; Kate--Mrs. Merle Ruby and Martha Ann of Estherville are visiting at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Leithe. FIRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS None faster. None surer. St. Joseph Aspirin--world's largest seller at lOc. Economy size, 109 tablets for only 35c- Why ever pay more? Why ao cept less? Get St. Joseph Aspirin. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 MARRIED AT GARNER--Miss Vera Woiwod, daughter -of Carl Woiwod, became the bride of Cpl. Fred Weiss, son of Mr. and Mfs. Gust Weiss of Selby, S. Dak., on Sunday, Jan. 14 at St. Paul's Lutheran church. The Rev. G. J. Kupke, pastor, officiated at the double, ring ceremony. The bride, was given in. marriage by her father and attended by her sister, Mrs.. Ben Pannkuk of Mason City. The bestman was Marvin Woiwod brother of the bride. Before the ceremony, B. C. Berge sang accompanied by the organist, Mrs. ^George Doble. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party went to the home of the bride's father where a wedding dinner was served to the immediate family and the attendants by Mrs. Alfred Goll and Elnora Wrede, cousins of the bride. The bride attended the Garner schools and for the past A years, has kept house for her .brother, Marvin. The bridegroom attended Selby school in South Dakota and before entering the service he was engaged in farming in South Dakota. He has been in the service 3 years, o£ which he served 26 months overseas in the Pacific area. After a wedding- trip to South Dakota the couple will make their home in Columbus, Ga., where he is now stationed. THURSDAY Proffi-essive Postppned. Holy Family circle 9 _ 7:30, Mrs. Leo Whalen, 412 14th Bundles for Britain -7:30, Foresters building. St. James Luther leagues -7:30, church parlors. Bethlehem \Valther league -7:45, .church. St. Elizabeth circle -8, Mrs. Mark Pirkl, 712 Jersey S. E. Monroe Junior High P. T. A. _ 8, school. . O. T. O.^8, I. O. O. F. hall. Women of the Moose -8, Moose hall. Holy Family circle g -- " 8, Green Mill. Central Heights, P. T. A. _ 8, school. _ o-4-H CLUB MEMBERS HAVE SLEIGH RIDE The Blue Ribbon Boys and the Lively Lassies Portland 4-H clubs met at the Portland hall for a sleigh, ride. After, the ride, games were :played and refreshments were served. ROOSEVELT BROWNIES HAVE FIRST MEETING Roosevelt Brownie troop held ts first meeting of the year with 18 members and 20 prospective members present. -The Brownie promise, was given and part of the Brownie story read. Because it is so large, the troop may be divided. Leaders of the troop are Mrs. George Mather and Mrs. R. W. Mason. The next meeting will be at the Wesley church. FRIDAY Dorcas circle-1:30, Our Saviour's church. Fhiiathea class-2, Mrs. Lulu Kislia, ,12/ First N. W. City Progressive club-6:30, Mr. and Mrs. C, J. Bietter- man, 718 Carolina place N. E. Mason City Saddle club -7:30, Nichols farm store. Queen Rebekah lodge-8, I. O. O. K hall. R A. R. E. auxiliary-8. Moose hall. Baptist Kern division-- ' 2, Mrs. John Robinson, 37 Linden drive. Roosevelt Junior High P. T. A. 8, school. _o-Wa-Tan-Ye Members Gather for Ljinner Wa-Tan Ye club met for dinner Wednesday evening in the Green Mill English room and games were played following dinner with prizes going to Miss Loretta Welsh/Miss Alice Crisman and Mrs. Carl Fick. Miss Hazel Thomas and-Miss Ida Rorem were on the house committee and Miss Olive Larson, program. The next meeting will be a luncheon Tuesday at he Hanford with Miss Esther Pagenhart speaking on the proposed school code revision. --o-DONLON-INMAN For Comfort "For the woman who strives to look pretty at home, this flattering princess frock. Mots attractive in a floral with bright trimming. No 3412 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 40, 42, 44 and 46. Size 36 requires 4VS yards 35-inch fabric with % yard contrasting; 2% yards ric rac. Sizes 48 and 50 also available in this pattern. Send 16c for Pattern, which includes complete sewing guide. Print your name, address and style number plainly. Be sure to state sire you wish. Include postal unit or zone number 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. Price I5c a copy. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St New York 11, N. Y. Decorah--Wednesday morning at St. Benedict's Catholic church, Miss Nell Jane Inman, daughter of .Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Inman, and Joseph F. Donlon, son of Mrs. Mary.Donlon, were married by the Rev. Maurice E. Nolan. Their attendants were Mrs. L. E. Tyler, Des Moines, and Thomas Donlon, brother of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a dinner for immediate relatives was served at the Green Parrot cafe. The bride is a graduate- of Decorah high school and has been employed by the Bell Telephone company. The bridegroom is a pharmacist and is associated with 'his brother in the Donlon drug, store. ' 3 "Vcfl." _ Cream Deodorant Safety ielps Stop Perspiration 1. Does not irritate skin. Does notroc dresses or men's shirts. 2. Prevents under-arm odor. Helps stop pcnptraacm safclj-. 3* Apuce,yrhite,anti$epiic,stain- less vanishing cream. 4» No waiting to Hrj-. Can be used right after shaving. 5. Awarded Approval Scat of American Institute of Laundcr- ·ing -- harmless to fabric. Use Arridi regularly. THI IMMST UUHM OtODCWUMT Fun Nights Are Planned by Rebekahs Queen Rebekah circle met Wednesday afternoon in the I.O.O.F. parlors -with new 1945 officers presiding. Mrs. Gordon Dilts had charge of the meeting which opened with unison singing of "God Bless America" and the pledge to the flag. Miss iBetty Russell was appointed press correspondent. Mrs. Maude Maxon announced the carriival and fun nights which will be open to the public at the I.O.O.F. hall on.Jan. 2B and 27 for the genefit of the endowment fund of the Odd Fellows homes. A collection 'o£ holders, given by members of the circle, were on display and will be sent to the Homes. Mrs. Ed Norris and Mrs. Glen Wallace were named committee for contest attendance. Games were played with Mrs. Guy Angel in charge. The next circle meeting will be Feb. 7 with Mrs. Chauncey Viall and her committee: Mrs. W N Huffman. Mrs. W. L. Lane, Mrs. H. G. Martin and Mrs Steve Barren in charge. Committee on the lesson will be Mrs.' Arthur Geissmar and Mrs. O C. Gundlach. Refreshments were served by Mrs. W. H. Arnold assisted by her committee, Mrs. Anna Smith, Mrs. Wayman Closson, Mrs. Maxon and Mrs. W. E. Brown. --o--· Minneapolis Couple Braves Snow Storm to Be Married Here A snowstorm did not deter Harold Schnarr and Ann Michalovich of Minneapolis from coming to Mason City Wednesday to be married by Dr. Paul A. Peterson, pastor of Wesley Methodist church About a year ago, Doctor Peterson performed the marriage ceremony for the bride's brother and his bride. Inspired by this, the bride determined to have the same clergyman officiate at her wedding. The ceremony was read in the Wesley parsonage. Miss Dorothy Jans en of Minneapolis attended the couple. --o-MOVIES ARE SHOWN FOR GIRL SCOUTS Max Boyd showed moving pictures which he.had taken at the meeting of Girl Scout troop 4 and guests Wednesday .evening at Washington school. The films included one in color recording the 4 seasons in Iowa, another of scenes at the Brookfield zoo in Chicago and another of the building of a robin's nest, and the hatching of the eggs. FRIENDLY BIRTHDAY CLUB ENTERTAINED Friendly Birthday club met with Mrs. Mary -McCaulley, 424 25th S. W., Wednesday and voted 51 to the March of Dimes. The next meeting will be Feb. 21 with Mrs. B. W. Berneman, 212 29th 5 VV. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED AT ALLISON Allison--Marriage license was issued to Robert Ashley Fouts, 27, Marble Rock, and Irene Doris Harris, 30, Greene. MARRIAGE REVEALED--Announcement is made of the marriage o£ Miss Edna Mae Spencer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L Spencer of Brownsville, Texas and George M. Szymeczek, son .of Mr. and Mrs. L. Szymeczek, 940 Tyler N. W., performed at the Rockport, Texas, Presbyterian "church Oct. 3. The Rev. T. H. Pollard read the double ring ceremony and Mrs. Pollard played the wedding march. i The bride wore a teal blue suit with brown and white accessories and a corsage of ger- denias. Mrs. A. H. Evart, the matron of honor, wore a cream wool suit with brown accessories and a corsage of red carnations. Vernon Zepir of Baltimore, MJ., was the bestman. Mrs. Szymeczek was graduated from the Rockport, Texas, hirh school. Mr. vSzymeczek has a rating of A. M. M. 2-C in the navy and is on his way to San Francisco. Dorothy E. Swanson Weds Russell Knight at Scott Field, 111. Ackley--The marriage of Miss Dorothy E. Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- S. T. Swanson, and Staff Sgt. Russell B. Knight of Scott Field, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Knight, all of Ackley, was solemnized Jan. 14 at high noon in the 2nd area chapel at Scott Field, 111., by Lt. Carl Lind- strotn, chaplain. Tech. Sgt. Michael Galat of Detroit, Mich., who is stationed at Scott Field, was the bridegroom's attendant and Miss Irene Knight, sister of the bridegroom, was the bridesmaid. Mrs. S. T. Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Knight ot Ackley were guests at the wedding. Immediately after the ceremony a dinner was served the .wedding party in- the dining room of the Belleville hotel in Belleville, 111. The bride is a graduate of Alexander high school and for the past 2 years has been employed as a telephone operator with Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., at Iowa Falls. Staff Sgt. Knight is a graduate of Ackley high school and entered service in October, 1942. He recently returned from England where he had completed 31 combat missions .with the ath air force. The couple will be at home at Belleville, 111., which is near Scott Field. Brill--The Ruth Social circle of the Congregational church met Wednesday afternoon in the home" of Mrs. Frank Baxter. New Quota of Dressings ' ! Is Started j Work will be started Monday J on the new quota of surgical i dressings, according to the Redl Cross production department. I The surgical dressing rooms atl 12 Delaware S. E., will be opened Monday after a long vacation and the women who come will begir folding gauze in the 2 by 2 inch squares. There are 30,000 of these to be made. ... The rooms will be open Mon-| day, Tuesday, Thursday and Fri-l day afternoons from i:lg to 4:15l and Wednesday evenings from 7f to 9 o'clock. j Any woman who cares to may] make surgical dressings and may* come to the workroom whenever! the hours are best suited to her I schedule. Workers wear clean! wash dresses, regulation head! gear and no nail uolish. - I The Clear Lake room is also! opening and their quota will be off 4 by - 4'squares. The Roosevelt i i room will not be opened in Ma- 1s\ son City, but all the work on this 1 quota will be done in the down- it town room. . ' '· Bach-Surls Wedding Held at Iowa Falls I o w a F.alls--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Surls have announced the marriage of their daughter Maxine, and Albert Bach, technician 4th grade, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Bach, Jan. 14. The double ring ceremony was read HI the Church of the Open Bible by the Rev. Harold Dorrance in the presence of the immediate families. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Carl Emerson of Iowa Falls. Harold Bach of Dows at-" tended his brother. For the past 4 years Mrs. Bach has been employed at the J. C. Penney company store in Iowa Falls. Mr. Bach has returned recently from, the south Pacific', after serving there for 33 months. The couple left Sunday evening I for a short wedding trip, and Mr. Bach will report at Hot Springs, I Ark., in a few days for a hew as- j signment. · --o--' Mrs. Christensen Hostess to Group Lincoln Parent Educationrgroup j met Wednesday evening'" at·· the home of .Mrs. Virmie Christerisen, 1414. 1st S. E., -with Mrsl.'-'Earl. Goodribw" presiding at the-session which' opened with the":VLord's prayer recited in unison. · -The lesson on "Quarrels and Tempers" was led by Mrs. Lloyd. McCann and Miss Hazel-Coon. A social hour followed with Mmes. Christensen, Hazel McCol-,1 lough, Bill Rasley and Lawrence/' Westwick in charge. ' 1 Latimer--Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dohrman, Jr., were recent business callers at Waterloo. home remedy f o r - · relieving miseries of children's, colds.; ICKS VAPORUB -c%5Z/ruLtkuz4S- January Clearance CO ATS... *10 Fur-Collared Coats Sport Coats-- ftoe«i «· fc»"y Persian Curl Coats Many others too-- all with drastic reductions 26-28 East State St.

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