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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1944
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G Tuesday, March 7, 1944 MASON CITV GLOBE-GAZETTE Slate of Woman's Club Officers Battlefront Safer Than Home in '43 From Pearl Harbor to Nov. 15, 1943, a total of 59,000 Americans were caused by have met fatal accidents in the shorts in wiring home, while during the same period American losses on the field of battle were 27,481, Mrs.. Ward Hamilton told P. T. A. members in their third safety meeting at the Y. M. C. A. Monday afternoon. Mrs. Hamilton's subject was "Accidents in the Home." She took the group through the various rooms of the home on an imaginary trip in her talk and pointed out the types of fatal accidents and hazards in each room. Most deaths in the home are caused by falls on stairways, according to Mrs. Hamilton. Second highest in fatal accidents are burns and scalds received in the kitchen. The bathroom is the 3rd most dangerous place in the home, with cuts, infection, electrocution and poison being the hazards there. "Last year 4,560,000 persons were injured in accidents in the home," said Mrs. Hamilton. "There should be a place for everything everything bedroom, where darkness, the sleepy condition of the person, slippery floors, scattered clothing, misplaced furniture and forgotten toys account for most of the accidents. 'Of the 229 fires in "Mason City last year," Mrs. Hamilton said, "23 cigarets, 16 by , 15 by sparks from the chimney, 15 by spontaneous combustion, 11 by children playing with matches, 10 burning rubbish without a permit, and 10 electric motors burned out." The next meeting of the P. T. A. will be held next Monday evening at 7:30 p. m. at the Y. M. C. A. when tile lesson will be on "Helps in Safety for P. T. A. 36 Attend Wesleyan Gathering Groups." in the home and should be in place." A third of the total of all accidents occur in the home, according to Mrs. Hamilton. The cost of caring for these accidents amounts to 52,000,000 a day. Four out of 10 of these accidents happen in the | carrier boy. BITS ABOUT 'EM _ Mrs. Miriam Kohlhurst, daugh- Slamps from your Globe-Gazette to] . of Ml . and Mrs w F I n _ Buy War CAREFUL WIVES OBSERVE FEMININE HYGIENE "Liberties" arc inserts you can use with convenience. Easy to use, not a Rfcasy suppository or jelly. Effectively medicated. An excellent deodorant- Thousands of women depend on it for freedom from worryand embarrassment. Kca- sonable, too, Package of 10 inserts SI. Take this ad to Ford-Hopkins Drug Store lor your package of LIBERTIES Thirty-six members of the Wesleyan Service guild met for dinner and a program on Mexico Monday evening at the church with Mrs. W. R. Hamilton as the speaker of the evening. The dinner w a s ' i n charge ol Hiss Nina Allcman, Miss Nadine rlansen. Miss Elsie Roseman anc Miss Nelda Smith. Miss Mabe Sucher presided during the business session which followed. I was voted to postpone the Apri meeting to April 10 when a program will be presented on missionary work by Mrs. Julia Shipley Potts and Mrs. Blanche Skov- lin. Miss Charlotte Blumenstei will have devotions. Devotions Monday evening wen charge of Miss Marie Kober assisted by Miss Jennie DcGroot, pianist, and Miss Nelda Smith, who led in singing. Richard, Audelia, Guadeloupe, Jovita and Arthur Rodriguez sang Mexican songs. Mrs. Hamilton showed various Republican Women to Hold Meeting Thursday at Y. W. Mason City Republican Women's club will hold its 1st regular meeting of the year Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Y W. C. A. J. W. Irons, chairman of the Cerro Gordo county republicai central committee, will be ,the speaker. The Hamilton choir un- articles representative of Mexican der the direction of Mrs. Paul A. handwork and described her visit Peterson, will sing. The program wil by tea and a social hour. LEAVE ON WEDDING TRIP--Against a background of lighted candles, palms and baskets of flowers in the presence of 160 friends to Mexico. graham, 1119 1st N. W., who employment analyst with the American Red Cross at its national headquarters in Washington, D. C., has been accepted as a permanent senior hostess at the Stage door Canteen there. Mrs. E. Hardwick and granddaughter, Margaret, left for their home in Council Bluffs Monday after a visit with Mrs. W. F. Coonan, 512 Massachusetts S. E. Miss Hardwick plans to go to New York to begin her boot training as a WAVE at Hunter .college March 25. She is a niece of Mrs. Coonan. --o--. It seldom freezes on the island of Sicily. 3 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD 1. REMARKABLE CLEARANCE * MARKDOWNS MEAN SAVINGS! 2. YOU BUY ASSURED QUALITY NOW AS ALWAYS! 3. BUY NOW WHILE THE FEDERAL TAX IS ONLY 10% ! Others 74.00 to 250.00 Real "investment savings" for smart, thrifty women! We're famous for fine furs, and our End of the Season Clearance brings you the greatest values of the year. The season's most popular furs . . . each and every one a long term investment in beauty, warmth and wear! If you need o fur coat, now is the time to buy and take advantage of clearance savings! 12 Months to Pay Space your payments \ over a 12 month period to suit your budget, if you desire. GIVE TO THE RED CROSS and relatives nuptial vows were exchanged in the First Methodist church Sunday afternoon by Miss* C'hiirlcen Knight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elgur Haight, route 3, Mason City, and Donald Siv- wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sivwrighi. Mason City. Dr. Marvin B. Kober officiated and nuptial music was played by Mrs. Bertha Patchen, organist, who used the "Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin" as a processional and the Mendelssohn march as a recessional. Earl Dean sang "1 Love You Truly." The bride who was given in marriage by her father wore a white net gown over satin made with a sweetheart neckline and having a train. Her fingertip veil was held in a Juliet cap of seed pearls and she carried n shower of gardenias, Talisman roses, sweet peas and frccsia. The matron of honor, Mrs. Raymond Harris, sister of the bridegroom, wore an aqua embroidered sheer, and the maid of honor. Miss Amy Lou Haight, sister of the bride, aqua chiffon. The bridesmaid. Miss Shirley Haight. sister of the bride, was attired in yellow chiffon and all 3 carried gardenias, swcctpeas and freesia. The mothers of the bride and bridegroom were both gowned in navy blue sheers and had corsages of pink roses and sweetpeas. Paul Poppen was the bcstman and ushers wore Leo Oswald and Raymond Harris. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. A 3-tiei: Study Clubs Entertained at Meetings Officers were elected by Twen- tiet,h Century club al its meeting Monday at the Cerro Gordo hotel, Mrs. Julia Shipley Potts being named president; Mrs. Carl A. Parker, vice president; Mrs. C. C. Carrick, secretary, and Mrs. W. G. C. Eiagley, treasurer. Luncheon was served and a white elephant party followed. The committee in charge included Mrs. Potts, chairman, Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Earl Smith. Mrs. J. E. McDonald and Mrs Floyd Johnson. Activities of Y. W. C. A. Are Planned Coming activities of the Y. W. C. A. were planned at meetings held-at the building Monday and Tuesday. At a session of the 6th grade Girl Reserve vacation program committee Monday, arrangements were drawn up for a 4 day program to be held during vacation week. Miss Marie Kober and Mrs Virgil Kelly are co-chairmen o£ the committee. All 6th grade girls in the city will be invited to participate in the 4-day event and a schedule of dramatics, singing story-telling and games is bein; arranged. The junior high school girl committee, headed by Mrs. Loui Wolf, met Tuesday afternoon a the Y. to make its plans. Seventeen women and girls em ployed by Marshall and Swif were entertained at a dinner Mon day evening at the Y. W. C. A the 1st of a series of gathering for women and girls employed i M*son City industries. Miss June Dudseon presentee vocal solos and led the group i singing. Mrs. W. F. Dierkin chairman, told about the poss TO WE-D MASON CITYAN-- Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Schmalz of Dubuque announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their only daughter, Lois E., to Carlton F. Rohr, a candidate of theology and the only son of Charles Rohr, 551 7th S. E. and the late Mary Rohr. The marriage will take place in early fall. wedding cake, white crystal holders and tapers bowls ot Midland club had luncheon flowers decorated the table. Mrs. Dean, Airs. Don . Peters, Miss Marie Gagnon and Miss Gloria Jenkins assisted In serving. Miss Wilma Poppen and Miss Arlinc. Shute had charge of the gues book. Out b£ town guests included the bride's grandparents, ,Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Baker of Clear Lake, who will celebrate their fi3th wedding anniversary Thursday. For going away, the bride wore a navy blue suit with black accessories and a cameo brooch, a gift of the bridegroom. Her corsage was a gardenia. After n short trip, they will be at home on Sprucedale farm south of Mason City where he is engaged in farming. The bride is n graduate of the Mason City high school and has been employed by the War Hemp Industries. (Photo by Lock) --o--. HuldaM.TogstadWeds Sailor at Los Angeles Charles City--Mr. and Mrs. Edw a r d Togstad of Charles City Monday announced the marriage of their daughter. Hulda Mae, to Coxswain Ben Lindaman, son of Mrs. Mabel Lindaman, also of Charles City, which took place Saturday. Feb. 26, at Wedding Manor in Los Angeles, Cal. Attendants were the bride's sister, Mrs. Howard Creighton, and the bridegroom's b r o t h c r, Robert Lindaman. Mrs. Lindaman has been employed by the Adel Precision company in North Hollywood, and formerly was an employe ot the low'a Public Service company here. Coxswain Lindaman is stationed at San Pedro, Cal., with the coastguard. The couple will make their home in North Hollywood. ITMITI of millions at first warning of simple hc.iil.irho or colds' pr.inful miseric.113 St. .Joseph Aspirin. So it's the world's largest Kllcr at lOc. No aspirin !o more ior you, so ^vhy pay more? iblcts, 20f; 100 for 35p, Demand St.Joseph A. S F» I R I N neeting Monday afternoon at the Mmc of Mrs. R. R. Oulman, Penn- ylvania N. E., with the members giving current even's during the ession which followed. Mrs. H. E. Meyer led the lesson on Canada. "The Mandated Islands" were studied by Monday club at the lomc of Mrs. W. D. Nettleton, 510 Washington N. W. Mrs. Nettleton led the lesson and Mrs. \V. E. Sundell had charge of the post war round table. U. G. L. club was entertained Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. A. Webster, 110 Carolina S. E. The time was spent informally and Mrs. R. F. Kunz and Mrs. Webster served tea. --o-HANLONTOWN--A group of United S e r v i c e Women of America came over from Manly Friday evening to organize a unit here. Officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Donald Ouvcrson; vice president, Mrs. Kelmcr Soreiison; secretary, Mrs. Raymond Jennings, Jr.; treasurer, Mrs. Carl Kaasa; chaplain, Mrs. Laurence Gosmc; historian, Mrs. Raymond Strand- q u i s t; parliamentarian, Mrs. Maurice R u s s e l l ; scrgcant-at- bilities for activities provided b the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. George Marty, Y. W. C. A. board president, and Mrs. F. W. Vorhies, cochairman with Mrs. Dierkinp. also spoke on the facilities which the Y. W. has to offer. The group discussed the matter of organizing a club. The remainder of the evening was spent in the gym where play night was in progress. The Business Girls League met Monday evening to discuss arrangements for the world wide business girls observance dinner March 21 when Miss Thelma Estevez will be the suest speaker. Invitations have been sent to business women's organizations to attend the dinner and program. The Latin American club and the Hamilton Y club members who arc employed will also take part. Bonnie Sue Sharp Weds Ensign Nelson at Northwood Church Xorthwood -- Miss Bonnie Sue Membership Will Vote March 14 Mrs. T. E. Davidson was presented as the nominee for the Woman's club presidency at the meeting of the club board Tuesday morning in the administration building board room. Others on the slate are Mrs. G. W. Cady, 1st vice president, Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, second vice president; Mrs. Harry Sondergaard, treasurer; and Mrs. R. E. Romey, director. The slate will be presented at the general meeting March 14 in the Radio chapel for a vote of the membership. Mrs. R. E. Smiley, chairman of the nominating committee, made the report. Mrs. R. E. Roberts reported that Dr. .1. Walter Malone will be the speaker at the next general meeting. Mrs.. H. J. Steinberg^ ari-"" ; nounced the current events^neet- ing for March 28 with Bob Burlingame speaking on "America's Place in the World of the Future" and Mrs. R. W. Baumgartner announced the literature department meeting for the same day with Mrs. Robert Ferguson presenting book reviews. Mrs. T. J. Kiesselbach was introduced as the new music chairman and reported that plans are being made for a fine arts department meeting in April at the Sharp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Music hall, with high school band C. A. Sharp of Northwood, be- and vocal students on the pro- came the bride of Ensign George gram. B. Nelson, U. S. navy, son of Mr. Mrs Smiley Epoke o£ the ex _ and Mrs. J. F. Nelson of isor h- hibit of paintings and etchings the wood at the Northwood Methodist wovk of chris anc] Don Glassel of 'f Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant gave an account of the post war planning In spite of the blizzard Tuesday morning, 20 women were present for the Lenten Bible class, conducted by Mrs. W. H. Hathorn. Next Tuesday morning at 9:30, Mrs Hathorn will take up the "Teachings of Jesus." The class is open to any woman of any denomination. church Feb. 27. The Rev. Donald sioux city w n i c h lhe Woman's H. Artman read the ceremony. ch)b art depar t mcn t and the li- Only members of the immediatae b rary Spons0 red families and a few close friends' were guests. Mrs. Robert Nelson of Jackson, I committee session, outlining the j .1 Minn., sister-in-law of the bride- discussion of the education com- '· Sj groom, attended the bride and mittee of which she is a member. ·" Robert Nelson, brother of the Mrs Howar j Q'Leary talked on bridegroom, served as best maan. (he Rcd Cro5s camp and hospital Followin" the ceremony a wed- committee's work and described clin» dinner was served at the the day room at Drake which will . ionic of the bride's parents. The be furnished by 3 truckloads of j couple left on a short wedding furniture from Cerro Gordo coun- [ :rip. Ensign Nelson received his I ty. j commission in New York City M rs . R. E. Romey, president, who [ Feb. 24 and will report at San Di- had charge of the session asked; ego, Cal., March 10. that annual reports be turned in at! Both the bride and bridegroom the April board meeting, are graduates of the Northwood arms, Mrs. John Furncss. ft COURTEOUS S E R V I C E tL M A C E ' S Smith Optical Co. Go where you will, you'll look dressed to perfection in this dres with its own jacket. Make the bodice top of contrasting if yoi like. So smart with the new gloves. No. 3672 in size 3(i requires 3 r ; yards 3!) inch f a b r i c with 1', yards for bodice. Send 16c for pattern, which includes complete s e w i n g guide. Print your n a m e , address and style number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. The Spring Fashion B o o k is now ready. Illustrates 175 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early. 15c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. lath St., New York, 11, New York. TUESDAY Women's Catholic Foresters-6:30, P. G. E. auditorium. Navy Mothers club-7:30, Service Men's club. Unity Chapter No. 58 O. E. S.-7:30, Masonic temple. Holy Family circle 1-7:30, Mrs. R. A. Mealy, 325 2nd N. W. First Christian sroup "-7-30 Mrs. Minnie Miller, 702 9th N. E. Clio club--· Miss Cora Sundell, 49 Crescent drive. Bethlehem Ladies aid-Mrs. Henry Legler, 1894 Carolina N. E. Immantl Martha Missionary so- "s, Mercedes Balek, 624 Washington S. W. Women of the Moose Chairmen-Postponed. Odd Fellows-8/L O. O. F. hall. Moose lodge-8, Moose hall. WEDNESDAY Emanon ciub-- 1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Rcd Cross Volunteers-1:15 to 4:30, Lincoln room. W. A.'C.-2 Mrs E. Ellison, 509 Madiso N. W. F. V. G.-2. Moose hall, public card parly ladison P. T. A.-2:30, school. Social Hour club-Postponed 1 week. D. A. R.-7. Mrs. John Moen. 6 11th N. E. Bethlehem Willing Workers-Church social rooms. V. F. W. auxiliary-8. V. F. \V. hall. West Haven Dorcas circle-1:30. Mrs. Jerry Thice. Fortnightly dull-1:45. Mrs. Albert Hass. 1 Taylor S- W. Central Heishts clu!: 2. Mr.-. K. R. Sifcrt, 2606 20th S. W. Central Lutheran S. E. gron 2:30. Mrs. Ben Ditlke, 111 Carolina S. E. First Christian Fello\yship-- 6:20. church. , --o-GOODELL--Mrs. Earl Rufca o Mrs. Nelson has been serving "^we'ddin'g^inner was served a" 'I in a secretarial positiom with the the home-of the bridegroom's par- 1 * state board Moines. of control in Des ents at 6:30. The bride was graduated frorri the Rockford high school and; Wartburg college at Waverly and, has taught in rural schools in this area for the past 3 years. Mr.' Paulus enlisted in the navy in 1939 and took his early training at the Nora Springs--Miss Mayc Eg- I Great Lakes naval training sta T ena., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tion. He is now stationed at Mare larm Eggcna, and Harold Paulus, I Island, Cal., with a rating of 1st on of Mr. and Mrs. George Paul- class quartermaster. He and his s, both of Rockford, were married bride left here Sunday afternoon, t the Lutheran parsonage i n ' e n r o u t e to Mare Island. ^,_ Rockford Parsonage Scene of Wedding Bad Coughs Yield Quickly To This Home Mixture Surprisingly Quick Relief. No Cooking. Saves Money. Hero's a medicine for coughs due to colds, that you mix in your own kitchen. It's so easy to prepare that a child could do it. but once tried, you'll never ajjuin be without it. Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups of granulated su^-ar and one cup of water a few momentK.nntil dissolved No cookinjr needed--no trouble at all Or you can use corn syrup or lif|uic honey, instead oC stisar Kynip. Then pet 2\£ ounces of Fine* from any dni^pist. put it into a pint bottle and add your .syrup. This gives you a full pint--a family supply--of very wonderful cough syrup. 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