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6 Wednesday, March 8, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Open House Is Planned by Couple Ventura--Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Leonard, whose golden wedding anniversary is March 14, will hold open house at their home Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5/o'cloek in honor of the event. Relatives and friends are invited to call at that time. Mr. Leonard and Effie J a n e Kimball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kimball, were married in 1Â«94 and l i v e d on the Oliver McGrady farm near Ventura 5 years before moving into Ventura, then a town of 7 homes and with a population of 37. Mr, Leonard served as manager of the Ventura Farmers elevator company 35 years, resigning because of ill health. He was also secretary of the school board 29 years, township clerk, 22 years, and vice president of Ventura State bank, 6 years. Both Mr. and Mrs. Leonard have been active in every civic enterprise in Ventura during their residence here. Mr. Leonard was born at Dayton, Green county, Wis., Oct. 10, 1868, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leonard. At 3%. years, he moved with his parents to Jewell, Kans., and in 1875 to Clear Lake where they lived south of the lake and on the James Naylor farm before purchasing the Overgard farm near Ventura. i Mrs. Leonard was born at Sterling, Whiteside county, 111., April II, 1872. Within a few years the family moved to Clear Lake anc bought the farm, now occupied by Earl Kimball, 3 miles west of Clear Lake. She has been a member of the Methodist church at Clear Lake 55 years, is a charter member of the Methodist W S. C. S. and of the R. H. club of Ventura, organized 32 years ago Mr. Leonard had 3 sisters anc a brother but only a sister, Mrs Bert Chappell, Stoughton, Wis. remains. Mr. Leonard was one of 9 children and now has : brothers, Fred and Charles Kim .ball, living. --o-WILBUR K. PAUL HONORED AT PARTY Relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. Charles Kiles, 1020 South Federal, for a dinner honoring Pvt. Wilbur K. Paul who has been called back in the army for active duty. Pvt. Paul, son of Mr and Mrs. J. D. Paul, 830 Pennsylvania S. E., was released from the army at Burbanfc to work in the coppermines at Hillside, Ariz. He has reported to Camp Dodge where he will receive further orders. Miss Genevieve Eggel- broad, -was a guest at the party. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. __ B TOO* CHILD A HOSEPICHR? Â» Â» S f " Â·Â» h.wd^5S"a ms can cause real trouble I r wartimes arc : uneaay Btcmch ner- neM. itching nuts. If yon even mupect JAVNxS??*'.*" 1 J WÂ«'Â« Vermifuge today I JAYNBTS is America'. leadfng nroorietary worm medlc.ne ; uMd by millions for over a century. Act. *jntly.yet drive, out TMid- vorms. Demand JATNE"S VERMIFUGE. Woman's Symphony Orchestra to Present Annual Concert WORK AND STUDY--M i s s Marjorie Thompson, 324 9th N. E., sophomore at Rockford college, is shown at work in the Woodward Governor company, Rockford (111.) war plant, where she is employed 3 days a week. On alternate days she attends classes being one of the 50 students of the college who are on the work-study plan at this company. Mr. and Mrs. Harm to Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary Clarksville--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hahn will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary March 14 with open house from 2 to 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Hahn were married in Parkersburg in 1894 by the Rev. H. Pottegeter. They lived on their farm for 34 years'before retiring to their home in Clarksville where they have lived for IG years. They are the parents of 4 children: Mrs. Esther Flynn of Waverly; Mrs. Delight Dahlstrom of Ionia, Carl E. and Ernest F. Hahn of Clarksville. There are 14 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren, Joyce Fisher and Patricia Cramer. MILWAUKEE WOMEN CONDUCT SESSION -. ..' Milwaukee Women's club' met Tuesday afternoon' at the clubrooms. Mrs. Carl Anderson led the group in singing. Mrs. 'o. T. Anderson, Red Cross chairman, reported that 10 hospital gowns and 2 dozen kit bags have been completed by the club since the last meeting. Mrs. Fred Hornig and Mrs. F. J. McDonald acted as hostesses and cards were played with prizes going to Mrs. Hornig and Mrs. Roy Lang. ITS NEW;:; ITS YOUTHFUL.;; ITS COLORFUL;;; ITS TERRIFIC FOR SPRING! AN ALL WOOL SHETLAND IN BLUE, GOLD, LILAC, LIME, SJJ.OO. THERE ARE MANY OTHER VERSIONS OF THE "SHORTIE" TO CHOOSE FROM AT Socialized Medicine Is Discussed Dr. L. R. Woodward discussed ic Wagner-Murray bill at a neeting of the Wa-Tan-Ye club 'uesday noon at the Hotel Hanord. Miss Bertha Gould presented Or. Woodward and Mrs. Helen Curing presided in the absence of Irs. Max Kissick, president. Dr. Woodward related the ori- ins of the Wagner-Murray bill vhich has to do with socialized medicine, pointing out that in 928 a committee was appointed to tudy the matter, that in 1935 a eference to socialized medicine vas deleted from the social se- urity bill and that now the Wagler-Murray bill calling for social- zed medicine is in the finance ommittee of the senate and the vays and means committee of the 'louse. "The bill has all the earmarks of free medical care'--but in reality, a tax would be added to one's income," he said. "It is estimated that there would be an income of 12 billion dollars from this ill if it passes. Free medical care s definitely a misnomer." Dr. Woodward cited cases in iermany and England where po- itical leaders, about to lose their power, used as a platform "free medical care" and were retained in office. "It is a fact," said Dr. Woodward, "that the quality of medical care in both Germany and England is inferior to that of the United States. Our free and individualistic system here has been :he best for human beings. Dr. Woodward said the bill, it Jnacted, would provide for the appointment of a surgeon general by the president oÂ£ the U. S. He would appoint 16 men to assist him and this group would com- tletely control medicine. Miss Gould announced that next Tuesday, Mrs. Charles Grippen will give a book review. The monthly evening meeting will be March 22 with Mrs. Elsie Ramsey as social chairman. Mellie Mae Robison Weds Albert W. Bird at Home Near Garner Garner--The home of Mr. and Urs. Birch Robison, 3 miles cast ol Garner, was the scene of the marriage of their daughter, Nellie tfae, to Cpl.,Albert W. Bird of the I. S. army, Tuesday at high noon. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. George Koch Garner. Attending the couple were Misb Ddna Robison, sister of the bride, and Luvern Ouverson, Mason :ity. Janice Lee Oppedal, niece of he bride, was flower girl. Mrs. William Boeshart, accom lanied by Mrs. Don Oppedal, san D 'Oh, Promise Me" as members of he bridal party took their places. Mmes. Boeshart and Oppedal are isters of the bride. Following the ceremony lunch:on was served by the Misses Darene -and Ardis Ouverson, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Bird was graduated from Jarner high school, attended IOWE State Teachers college, Cedar Falls and taught No. 8 school in Concord township, Hancock county ; rears. She is now employed a; :eacher in Lake school No. 6 Cerro Gordo county. Corporal Eire attended school at Chapin anc Sheffield and had lived near Clear Lake several years before entering the service in October. 1942, bein; stationed at Camp Shelby, Â· Mis; The news of his advance to th rank of corporal came on his wed ding day. Corporal Bird plans to return to Camp Shelby Friday and Mrs Bird will continue her schoo work. American engineers restore^ gas service to war-stricken Naple in 6 weeks. Italian engineers csti mated it would take 6 months. Announcement is made of the marriage of M i s s LaVaughn ~ierce, daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. Aither H. Pierce, 820 9th N. E., nd DeRay A. Lichty, yeoman 1/c !. S. navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Lichty of Luverne, vhich was performed March 2 at he home of Mr. and Mrs. William Whipple of Cedar Rapids. Dr. Eric L. Clitheroe officiated at the service before the fireplace vhich wa? decorated with spring flowers and candle candelabra. Miss Darlene Payne sang, accompanied by Miss Janice Bailey, Jianist. Mr. and Mrs. Whipple at- .ended the couple. The bride wore a white moire .affeta gown, fashioned with a circular neckline trimmed with 'elt flowers and having leg o'mut- ton sleeves, a full skirt and a senior .train. Her fingertip length veil of tulle was gathered to a cap of matching material and she carried a white Bible topped by orchids. : Mrs. Whipple wore a blue marquisette gown designed with a square neckline and puff sleeves. Her colonial bouquet was of spring flowers. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Whipple home. Assisting with the serving were Miss Shirley Kelley and Miss Irene Christie. The couple left on a- wedding trip to Chicago and for going away, Mrs. Lichty wore a gold 2- piece silk crepe dress with black accessories. After June 2, they will be at home in Chicago where Mr. Lichty is stationed with ship's company, Great Lakes, 111. A graduate of the Mason City high school, the bride is a junior at Coe college. She is president of Chi Omega sorority. The bridegroom, a graduate of Luverne high school and the Hamilton School of Commerce, was employed by the United Home bank in Mason City before entering the service. Norma McGill Bride of Dr. Eric Schweim Northwood--Word has been received here of the marriage of Miss Norma McGill. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. McGill of LaPorte City, formerly of Northwood, to Dr. Eric A. Schweim of Storden, Minn., son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Schweim of Springfield, Minn., which took place Feb. 5, at the home of the bride's parents with the Rev. William Crossley, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist church of Waterloo, reading the marriage vows. The bride is a graduate of the Independence high school, the Mason City Junior college, and Iowa State college receiving her B. S. degree in textiles and clothing. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Springfield. Minn., high school and received his degree of doctor of veterinary medicine at Iowa State college, Ames. Doctor and Mrs. Schweim will be at home after March 15, at Storden, Minn. The McGills lived in No'rth- wood prior to their move to La- Portc City where Mr. McGill is a banker; while here Norma attended Mason City Junior college. MONROE-WASHINGTON P. T. A. BOARD MEETS Monroe-Washington p. T. A. board met at the home of Mrs. Harvey Adams, 925 Madison N. W.. Tuesday afternoon to plan the Thursday P. T. A. meeting at which Mrs. Louise Krall will be the speaker. Her subject will be "Infantile Paralysis--Sister Kenney Treatment." At the close of the business session, refreshments were served by Mrs. Adams. --o-Armstrong--Mrs. S a m Timm and children of Fairmont, have moved back to Armstrong to live while Mr. Timm is in the armed forces. MRS. DeRAY LICHTV he Masonic temple March 14 anc d committee will be on hand to ake care of them. On the committee are Mmes. J. E. Wool- vorth, T. M. Hilton, C. W. Corby md R. J. Hughes and C. E. Brynt. Plans were made for an officers uncheon to be held in honor .Irs. Alma Freeman, district in- tructor, at the Eadmar at 12 o'clock March 14. Officers may m a k e reservations with the vorthy matron. The school o nstruction will be at 1 o'clock in he Masonic temple with Mrs 'reeman in charge. There will be a membership dinner at 6:30 and the degree wil be conferred at 7:30. At the close the evening, refreshments will be served. Mrs. Corby, worthy matron presided during the session. Reports Presented on Corps Activities The Woman's Relief Corps me Tuesday in the V. F. W. hall with Irs. C. E. Sherwood presiding Mrs. Sara Crawford, Mrs. Abbii Layman and Mrs. Sherwood re ported on 7 quilts tied and readj o give to Bundles for Britain. Miss Julia Russell and Mrs. H Thorne were named the war com mittee. At the next meetinj rand Army day will be rec ognized with a program. Members of the W. R. C. wil meet at the Russell Home, 41 East State on March 17 for an al iay piecing of quilts. There wil be a pot luck dinner at noon. They're flexible, light and airy yet amazingly dgrabTe. . . . Wonderfully buoyant bÂ«caui9 of their ipring platforms. Fine smooth leather in tan only. Collection of Books Is on Schedule Unity Chapter No. 58 0. E. S. otcd to collect new books of fic- ion and nonfiction to be sent to !~.e 34th Air Depot group in Sicly, fulfilling a request from their ommanding officer, Capt. Wiliam F. R. Griffith, at a meeting Tuesday evening in the Masonic emple. The books will be brought to uarden Club Will Meet atY.M.C.A. Members of th.e Mason City arden club will meet Thursday vening at 7:45 at the Y. M. C. A., change in day of meeting hav- ng been made. The program will include a talk y L. S. Sanders who will speak n "Sweet Peas" and by Mrs. C. . Marston on "Amaryllis." Mrs. li. C. Lawson will have charge f a question and answer period n gardening. Members of the club have been sked to bring any blooming bulbs Â·hich they have. + SOCIAL + CALENDAR WEDNESDAY First Christian Fellowship-6:20. church. B. A. R._ 7, Mrs. John Moen, 6 llth N. E. Bethlehem Willing Workers-Church social rooms. V. F. W. auxiliary-8, V. F. W.- hall. THURSDAY ans Souci-1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Newcomers club-1:15, Y. W. C. A. St. Suzanna's circle-2, Mrs. C. F. Clark, 424 24th S.'W. Monroe-Washing ton P. T. A.-2:30, school. tVoman's orchestra-6:30, Music hall. Thursday Bridge club-1, Mrs. Milton Bergland, 114 llth N. E. Red Cross Volunteers-1:15 to 4:30, Lincoln sewing room. Mason City Republican Women-2, Y. W. C. A. Â£ast Side Ladies aid-2, Mrs. Roy Witham, 224 14th S. E. Baptist Gildner division-2, Mrs. H. Hamblin, 1135 Pennsylvania N. E. Energetic class-Congregational church. jnmanuel group Z-2:30, Mrs. August O'Green, 325 20th S. E. Trinity Roosevelt circle-2:30, Mrs. Alex Meurs, 18 12th S. E. U. G. A.-Mrs. Melvin Johnson. Athenian club-Miss Margaret Kelly, 624 Pennsylvania S. E. r. I. A. to B. L. E.-3, Moose hall. Harding P. T. A.-7:30, school. Calvary Lutheran guild-7:30, Mrs. Edna Dodge, 423 5th N. W. Garfield P. T. A.-7:30, school. Bundles for Britain-7:30. 814 Foresters building. Garden club-7:45, Y. M. C. A. Baptist HiKon division-8, Mrs. T. M. Hilton, 319 1st N. W. Baptist D. O. A.-8, Mrs. C. E. Oeschger, 521 14th S. E. St. James Senior league-8, Elnora Broers. Home Craft club-8, Manual arts building. R. N. A.-8, Moose hall. Anchor Encampment-auxiliary-8, I. O. O. F. hall. Carter-Lamp Wedding Read at Brown Church New Hampton -- Miss Betty J. Lamp and Gunner-mate 3rd class Lennie V. Carter of Osage were married March 5 at a candlelight ceremony at the Little Brown Church in the Vale near Nashua with the Rev. Theodore Frilschel, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church of New Hampton, officiating. Attendants were Miss Marilyn Miller of Fond du Lac, Wis., and Cpl. Ernest Carter. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lamp of New Hampton. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents here. The bride is employed here by the Iowa State Telephone company. --o-- STOLTENBERGS GET CABLE FROM ITALY Mr. and Mrs. John H. Stoltenberg, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday at their home, route 3, received a cablegram, congratulating them from their grandson, Cpl. Francis Stoltenberg, whois serving in Italy. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Albert A. Stoltenberg WHEELERWOOD BRIDE--Miss Phyllis Anderegg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderegg, Dougherty, and Melvyn Ferrier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Ferrier of Mason City, were married March 5 by the Rev. James Miller of Brislow, at the home of the bridegroom's parents. T h e "Lohengrin" wedding march was played by Miss Mary Lou Jackson of Rockwell. Miss Arlene Dcerdufl and David Murphy of Mason City were the attendants. Seventy guests were present for the ceremony and reception which followed. Mrs. Ferrier is a graduate of the Mason City high school and is employed in the office of the Monroe Junior high school. Mr. Ferrier is a graduate of the Mason City high school and is employed by his father on a farm west ol Mason City where they will make their home. Voice, Piano Selections Are Heard Matinee Musicale club was entertained by Mrs. Al Crowder at the Y. W. C. A. Tuesday afternoon when a- program was presented by Mrs. Morris Laird, Mrs. Harry Wolf and Mrs. Jean Hoffman. Mrs. Huffman's numbers were "Charming Chloe" by Edward German and "Down in the Forest" by Landon Ronald, 2 English numbers, followed by 3 French songs "Passepied" by Leo Delibes, "Apres un Reve". by Gavriel Faure and "The Maids of Cadiz" by Delibes. Mrs. Wolf and Mrs. Laird, pianists, played the allegro and andante movements from "Symphony No. 5" by. ' Beethoven, theme with variations from "Symphony No. 20 by Haydn and "The Pines" by H. Alexander Matthews and "Notturno" by O. Re- spighi. -- o -Mrs. Leon Woodward District President of P. T. A. Leap Year Influence Adds Men Mason City Woman's Symphony orchestra is celebrating Leap Year in its concert which will be presented Sunday afternoon at 3:30 in the high school auditorium by supplementing its personnel with 7 men for the occasion. "Added players to the personnel are Sidney Stott, Jr., and Ray Seney, Jr., trombones; Sterling Prusia, cornet; Henry T. Paine, bassoon; Ralph Geer, clarinet; Dr. Gerald Cady, viola; Earl Dean, cello, and his son, Richard, violin. Miss Patty Yelland, cellist, has also been added to the personnel oÂ£ the orchestra. Under the direction of Miss Marjorie B. Smith, the orchestra will open its performance Sunday afternoon with "Symphony No. 2" by Haydn, playing 4 movements; Adagio-allegro, andante, minuetto and allegro spiritoso. The orchestra will also play "Sinfonietta" (1st movement) by Schubert-Dasch and "By the Sleepy Lagoon", by Eric Coates. After the intermission, Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, pianist, will appear, as soloist with the orchestra, playing the allegro molto moderato and the allegro moderato marcato movements from "Concerto Opus 16" by Edvard Grieg. "Roberta" by Jerome Kern and "Babillage for Strings" by Ernest Gillet will be the next numbers and the closing group on the concert will feature James Archie, tenor, as soloist, singing " W h e n Irish Eyes Are Smiling" by Ernest R. Ball and "Mother Machree" by Olcutt-Ball. Matinee Musicale club is sponsoring the concert and an advance ticket sale is being conducted by members of the club. BITS ABOUT'EM V. Congre Adaptable pattern from which you can make the- tailored style with notch collar, or the blouse with frills that everybody loves. No. 3747 in size 36 requires 21/4 yds. 39-in. fabric for long- sleeved blouse, or 2 yds. 39-in. for short-sleeved blouse. S e n d 16c for PATTERN 7 , 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 early. 15c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazelle, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N.. Y. ss Mrs. Leon Woodward, 1st vice president of the North Central district of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers, succeeds Mrs. O. E. Smith of Spirit Lake to the presidency of the district. Mrs. Smith died this week at Spirit Lake and her funeral was Wednesday at Iowa Falls. The district meeting of the organization will be March 31 at Fort Dodge. TO START SLEEPING Lawrence, K a n s . , (U.R) -- Alan Chapman, a student at the University of Kansas, inserted the following want ad in the Univer- siay Daily Kansan, official student publication of the university, recently: "FOR SALE: Leaving engine school, entering college. Want to sell a good study lamp and bu ya day bed," Nora Springs -- Mrs. C. D. Moody returned to her home here Saturday from Fairmont, Minn., where she had spent several weeks with her mother, who-had been seriously ill. Miss Bonne Jean Zack, 410 Vermont S. E., left Wednesday for', Columbus, Ohio, where she has; accepted a position as research chemist in the Battelle Memorial Institute! Her mother, Mrs. A. Zack, accompanied her as far as Chicago. Mrs. W. Earl Hall, 22 River Heights drive, arrived home Wednesday from Pasadena, Cal., ; accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Lucy A. Reeves, whom she had been visiting out there. Mrs. Reeves will spend 3 months with the Halls here. ' : Mr. and'Mrs. Harold E. Moore and son. Tommy, of Des Moines, j have been guests of Miss Wilma i McClintock, 323 7th S. E. \ Miss Mickey P.'. Vega Sl/c,; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Vega,: 122 16th N. E., has'been . . home on a 7 day leave after com- I Â· pleting her training at the Chicago 3 'Â·' school of aircraft instruments in f Chicago. 'She is now stationed at Cecil field, Jacksonville, Fla. Her ; sister, Margaret L. Vega, S2/c, has i been transferred to Miami, Fla., after her boot training with the SPARS at Palm Beach, Fla. 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