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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, January 19, 1945
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Tolerance Is Subject of Speaker Members of the Monroe Junior . High, P. T. A. met .Thursday evening at the school with the Rev. A. N. Rogness as speaker. His topic was "Tolerance" and open discus, 'sion followed the talk. . Maria Potiriades sang two selections, "When I Was Seventeen," a .Swedish folk song, and "Promise Love," a Spanish tango. During the social hour, refreshments were served by Mrs. F F Brandt, - Mrs. Carl Klath, Mrs .Charles Cornwall, Mrs. D. S. Elder and Mrs. A. T. Ambroson. --o-- Cpl. Stanley Valley Weds Vivian Scott Woden--The marriage of Cpl Stanley Valley, son of-Mr. and Mrs. Hay Valley of Woden to Miss Vivian Stott, daughter of Mr and Mrs, W. H. Stbtt of; Titohka, took place Jan. 16 at the Lutheran parsonage at Britt with the Rev. John Mohr officiating; 1 They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. .Herbert Hanson of Britt. Mrs. Hanso'n is a sister of the bridegroom. The bride is 'a 'graduate 1 of the Titonka^ high school and is erri- Bloyed at the Titonka Telephone company and the Titonka theater. , The bridegroom is -a "graduate of the Woden high school and is stationed at Van Nuys,.Cal. He expects to return there" for duty following a 30-day furlough. Sheffield Soldier Weds WAG Overseas Sheffield-- Mr. and Mrs A J Allison have received a cablegram from their son,'Cpl. Ray Allison, announcing his marriage, to Helen Mittital, . WAC from .Tennessee, which, took place Jan. 12 in England. Mrs. Allison has been sta-- tioned in England, the · past 18 months doing clerical work in a headquarters company. Cpl. Allison is with a military police unit- in England. . .·"*"*' · --o-- ' - . - ' BO1"ER-HIFE :':'" Iowa Falls--Mr. and Mrs. G C Hife announce the marriage of tteir daughter, Mary Lou, and Wilbur Boyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A, Boyer, performed Jan. 13 at the hoine of the Rev. John D' Clinton, pastor of the Methodist church. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taber. Both Mr. and Mrs. Boyer are employed at the Puritan bakery. Thejv wilT make = their'home" in Iowa Falls. Mr.. Boyer was discharged recently after more than 3 years in military service. Schools by Parent FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1945 ew TM - MrS ' Eleanor H°^v e lt modeled at New York the ensemble of special design and colors created for her wear at inauguration. Jan. 20 by Arnold Constable Right^Potomac navy, crepe dress, the neckline accented with Capitol blue long full sleeves with tight cuffs. Left: Three-qUartTM length tol blue wool coat, worn with fur scarf Veiled saillr hat navy trimmed with bow and flower (AP wlrephoto) Britt--Mrs. Rob Ray returned to her home in Chicago after a 3 weeks'. Visit .with, her parents Mr. aha. Mrs. W. 'H. LarsSn, sister, Mrs. Glen'Madole. R.N. A. Health Club, Conducts Meeting ,;.R. .N. A. Health club met a Moose hall Thursday with-Mrs L G..,Bird presiding .and after the business' session, .-cards w e r e played, prizes going to Mrs; O .'T Anderson, Mrs. A. Zellar and Mrs Mata Carsteu in bridge arid to Mrs V. Lester and Mrs.. S. 'Angell aric Mrs. Fritz Frid in 500. Mrs. Anderson received the traveling prize and Mrs. W. Bemiss, the guesl prize. , Mrs. Margaret Johnson and Mrs Bert Meeker were in charge. The next meeting-will be Feb. r with Mrs. R. Longfellow as chairman. Open installation will be held at the meeting of the R. N. A. lodge Jan. 25 at 8 o'clock at Moose halt MRS. CHARLES 'CRUMB ' HONORED AT PARTY open nasal pea--o-- ..imt.^ "-T^vniTig caster--when SHj^KJfiUsopwita stuffy transtaS omgesttail Va-tro-nol giTCsunuidre- ,te VKKSVA-no-NOL Mrs. Charles Crumb who was D, orothy Ranso^ before her recent marriage was.'honored at a party given by a group of friends at the First Christian church. .Table decorations were in pastel shades and Mrs. C. R. Crumb and Mrs. Tod Ransom poured; Gifts were presented to the honoree and games were played with prizes going to Mrs. .Nellie Arnold and Mrs. William Findlay. ' · : . ' · : ST. ELIZABETH CIRCLE MEETS ' St. Elizabeth circle met at the home of Mrs. Mark Pirkl, 712 Jersey. S. E., with Mrs. Ralph Joynt as assisting hostess. There were 12 members and 2 guests present. Mrs. Herbert Doering was elected president of the circle and Mrs Joseph Dunn, secretary, during the business session. Cards were played with prizes going to Mrs C. F. Clark, Mrs. Doering and Mrs. Dunn Merritt Milligan to Address Hawkeye Press Club Saturday Merritt Milligan of Radio Station KGLO will talk on "Radio- Present and Future" at the regular January, meeting of the Hawkeye Press club when it meets Saturday evening at 6:30 o clock at the Eadmar hotel. The talk will be followed by a trip to the. KGLO studios and pos sibly to the transmitter station Reservations closed Friday. BITS ABOUT,'EM Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis and family have moved to Carlton, MSnn., accompanied by;, their daughter, Mrs. Mack Cordle and ner son, Gary, who will foe with them for the duration. Cpl. Mack Cordle is with-the army in France paving been in service 3 years He has not seen their 31 month old son. Their daughter, Lorraine Javis, has been in Washington * S? 3 *- 7 - months and Darlene and Man one are at home. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Horn, 536 oth S- E., received word of the irth of a daughter-, Sharon Elizabeth, on Jan. 13 to Staff Sgt. and Mrs . Paul Hughes,- at Long Island City. N. Y. Mrs.'Hughes vas formerly Helen Horn. Sgt. and Mrs. Leo Herbst and on, Paul, have returned to Tacoma, Wash., after -a few days 'isit with her parents, Mr. and , ~" ·*· H - Lunsman, 235 13th S _. R . 1 . c ? vlMe -- Mr - and Mrs. Emil Zidhcky purchased the Albert Kistner residence and will take ossession March 1 WATCHES -BlaticKorcto DKAMONDS H U E N h Visitors Are Entertained at Session At tHe meeting of the Women or the Moose Thursday evening at the Moose hall, the college o regents, consisting of Mmes. Lou Miller, Tom SehoIJian, L. G. Bird Vcrn Mott arid Jennie Frietac introduced Nellie Smith of Waterloo, associate dean of the academy of friendship, state of Iowa. Honoring the local chapter with Mrs. Smith were Dora Alderman senior regent of the' Waterloo chapter, and Margaret Speaker oj Waterloo.. Candidates given the complete initiatory work were Mrs. B i l l Casebold of Dougherty, Mmes. H A. Baldwin, Claus Carstens, Eileen Trevett and LaVerle Shaffer, all Tn-Mason City. Sponsors for the candidates were Mmes. [Cecil Paulsen, Clarence Hall, E R Clemens, H. A. Toinby, R. H Aryen and T. A. Swinehart. The program was in charge of the academy of friendship chairman, .Jennie Frietag. The group joined in . singing "God Bless America." A paper by Mrs. Jack Lester was read · by Mrs. Vem Mott. Mrs. Schollian .-recited a poem, "A-Little Light." The members of .the academy of friendship, Mmes. Schollian, Mott, Ed Walters, Miller, Bird, Frietag, Gilbert McKibben, Homer Freeman, H. G. Pusch and Mae Groh paid tribute at the altar with prayer and a song, "Till We Meet Again." A gift was presented to Mrs. Smith by the senior regent, Mrs. Ed Walters, from .the chapter. -The guests spoke briefly. The Mooseheart chairman, Mrs. Walter Carr, announced a public card party to be given at the Moose hall Jan. 24. Her co-chairmen will be Mrs. Fred Kinnan Mrs. Stanley Hanks and Mrs. John Nalan. Mrs.. Gilbert .McKibben announced a public party for Jan. 30 at Moose hall, sponsored by the fellowship and friendship committee. ' The senior regent, -Mrs. Walters presided at the meeting. The next meeting will be at Moose hall, Feb. 1. - ' Air officers-and chairmen met with the Waterloo visitors at the close of the session. Luncheon was served at the close of the evening with Mrs. Frietag in charge, assisted by Mmes. Schollian, Kelly and Groh. B.P.W. CLUB PARTY GIVEN AT'MILLERS B.P.W. club met at the home of Miss MUdred Miller, 662% East State, for a party with Miss" Alma Partridge as chairman, assisted by Miss Helen Meyer, Miss Miller Mrs. Bird Murray, Miss Lois Nan- colis, Mrs. T. A. Nettleton and Miss Esther Pagenhart. A dessert lunch was served and Mrs. Curtis Friesner talked on mystery stories and reviewed a mystery novel A farewell gift was presented to Mrs. J. H. Cheyne who is leaving Mason City. RADIO CHAPEL YOUNG PEOPLE ENTERTAINED The Rev. and'Mrs. C. J. Sentman, 931 ,Monroe N. W., .entertained the young people of their congregation with 20 guests present. Contests and ping-pong were followed by refreshments. The next social gathering was announced for Feb. 14. MISS GLADYS KOOP TO BE MARRIED Acfeley--Mr. and Mrs: Jacob Koop announce the engagement of their daughter, Gladys, to Lawrence Brower, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brower. The wedding date has not been set. _ --o-KATHRYN MOORE HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Kathryn Moore was hostess Thursday afternoon to the Roosevelt kindergarten celebrating her 6th .birthday. Miss Mamie Dreblow, her teacher, and Miss Carrie Pfahler, principal, were guests Her mother, Mrs. A. J. Moore served refreshments. H elping the omemaker performed a.double ring ceremony. _The bride wore a street length white wool dress and a corsage of red rosebuds. She carried.a white prayer book, a gift of toe bride groom. Miss Julia Di Marco, who*-- ' oriae- St.Joseph ASPIRIN SEARS Famous Flannelette NOW AVAILABLE SEARS FAMOUS WESTWARD-HO has been famous for years --it's our warmest, longest wearing, finest cotton flannelette. It's thickly fleeced and extra soft. 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(Frank Free photo) - --o-+ SOCIAL + CALENDAR FRIDAY City Progressive clnb-- 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. F. hall. B. A. R. E. auxiliary-8, Moose hall. · Roosevelt Junior High P. T. 8, school. SATURDAY Our Saviour's Sunbeam Workers 2. church. Upper Room class^10, Damons. --o-Rockwell--Richard Meehan returned Monday from Charleston, S. Car., where he received a discharge from the armed forces. * Wesley Deaconesses Meet at Polansky's for Business Session Deaconesses of the W e s l e y Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Victor Polansky, 325 14th S. E., Thursday afternoon, the session being opened with devotions by Mrs. .L. W. Wilkinson. Reports were made by the chairmen including prospective members, Mrs. Wilkinson; shut- ins, Mrs. Polansky; servicemen, *»- Walter Davis; candlelight. Wood; communion, Mrs. Bofle--Lt. and Mrs. T. B. 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The January family night committee was announced to include Mrs. H. Milnes, Mrs. Hoy Witham Mrs. ^Ohve Lane and Mrs. -Mabel Orcutt. - . . . · ' . . ' ; Miss .Kate Adams of Milwaukee talked on'"Deaconesses and Their Work." : : -After the business session,' refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted. by' Mrs. Fred Steffen, Mrs. Florence Richardson and Mrs. Irene Stockberger There were 18 members and 4 guests Dr and Mrs. Paul Peterson, Dr. Stella Mason and Miss Adams present. · · ' The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Wendell Wilcox. FAREWELL PARTY FOR ETHEL MARCUS Miss Ethel Marcus, 312 West State, was honored at a farewell "ner given " by the Tuesday M-fi t »? nage ' club at the Green Mill. Miss Marcus is leaving soon to take a position as a nurse's aide at the Schick government hospital at Clinton. * CHICLE 8 MEETS AT GREEN ,. Circle B of the Holy Family Ladies aid met at the Green Mill Thursday evening with 26 members. present/After the business session, court whist was played with prizes going to Mrs Tom Brophy and Mrs. Emmet Lynch Hostesses were Mmes. Ed Popp" John Accurso,- Lawrence Behn! Rudy Popp and Glen Mensch. The February meeting will be in charge of Mmes. I. R. Weaver G E. Wemoe, Ralph Currier and 'ja- SERVICE WrVJES~ CLTJB HAS SESSION Service Wives club met Thursday at the Y. W. C. A. and the time was spent playing ping pong volley ball and cards Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Feb. I when hospital supplies for the Red Cross will be sewed. Mrs. Robert Nichols and Mrs. £ddie C. Jones will be hostesses. --o-- 1SABELLE R. BAILEY WILL BE MARRIED Iowa Falls -- Mrs. Fern Bailey has announced the engagement ana approaching marriage of her daughter, Isabelle Ruth, to Richard c. Ketchum/ son of Mr. and Mis. Shirley Ketchum of AJden The wedding will take place Sunday, Jan. 28. , ANNOUNCES EXAMS Garner--County Supt. Charles 6. Whitney announces that uniform county teachers' certificate examinations will be given at the courthouse in Garner Wednesday ; hursday and Friday next week' Ine examination will begin each day at 8 o'clock a. m. By CHARLOTTE ADAMS No-Point Meat Dish Veal Chops in Sauterne Zucchini Buttered Noodles Bread Sticks Lemon Meringue Pie (Recipes Serve Four) Veal Chops in Sauterne 4 veal chops 1 onion^sliced 2 tablespoons margarine Salt and Pepper 1 cup sauterne 1 cup sour cream Sear chops rapidly in margarine. Remove and saute onion till a pale golden color. Put chops back in pan, add salt, pepper and sauterne; cover and simmer' for one hour. Add sour cream and simmer until the cream is well [heated. ' · Buttered Noodles % pound package noodles 2 tablespoons butter or margarine ' · - " . . , Cook noodles in boiling salted water 9 minutes. Drain and- then rinse well with hot water. Place in double boiler with butter or margarine, over low heat, for % hour before serving. To chop nuts, put the shelled meats into a paper bag and roll with a rolling pin. Mrs. Louis Wolf Reviews Book of Poems at Hamilton's Mrs. Louis Wolf reviewed a book of poems, "American Reasons" by Bonaro Overstreet, for the development class at .the Hamilton School of Commerce Thursday afternoon. "The poems," Mrs. Wolf explained, "were originally written for Freedom House, a radio program." Mrs. Wolf read poems which stated the reasons for.every individual's believing in this" war --the wife who understood her husband's feeling of duty, in protecting the home, the-soldier who feared the growth and strength of race in tolerance, the Negro sol- 'dier who felt 'that democracy must have time to grow and keep its promises, the woman at the kitchen sink who ..has come to realize that the last war was forgotten too soon, and the businessman who having been told, by his son that he is trying to find something worth dying for if need be in this war, decides that it is the duty of the father to find something worth living for from day to day when he doesn't know whether or not his son is alive or dead. Mrs. Wolf was introduced by Mrs. E. E. Hunter who had arranged the program. It was the 2nd literature lesson in the development course. HOLY FAMILY CHICLE MEETS AT JOHNSONS Mrs. H. M. Johnson, 420 Harrison N, W., was hostess to Holy Family circle 11 at her home Thursday.. The time was spent making surgical dressings. Lunch was served. ..i.--Mrs. Hannah Bis- "ee and Naida Bisbee visited at he Raymond Bisbee home in Minneapolis. STUFFED NOSES 12 drops in e«h nortrfl (open cloBged nose, you {breathe freer. Caution: June only as directed. · PEHETIO HOSE MAPS SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up and Delivery Phone 788 or 789 Jefferson Orchestra Performs Jefferson school orchestra performed at the meeting of the Jefferson P. T. A. Thursday afternoon-at the school, opening with the national anthem, under the direction bf-W. A. Storer. The members include: Violin Judith Taylor, Patty Grippen, Zenita Tracy and Peggy Lou Seitz; clarinet, Shirley Kay Weaver, Franklin Hirt and Carol GasswimV cornet, Carleton Stewart, Jr.; baritone, Delmer: Eggert; alto, Byron DeTries; drums, Harold DeTries Dick Grippen and Kenny Tuskin' They played "Happy Days" Lightly Row," '.'London Brid'e" i' Li ?, tl 2, Star '" "JoHy QW-St. Nicho*. a . s - . T "e advanced group played Activity March," "Military Escort March," "Stop Fox-Trot" and "Little-Grey Church Serenade" «h Mr , ? ; W - F-Dierking reviewed the We of fiufus Jones and his book "Finding the Trial of Life " - Mrs. Verne-Mettler, president conducted the business meeting ' The next Parent Education meeting was announced for Janu- 5jy 22 at-the home of Mrs. G W Wilcox, 122 Vermont S. E :The 3rd : grade won the attendance prize . Lunch was served by Mrs W E Lewis, Mrs P. R. Douglas, Mrs! W J. Schutz Mrs.W. R. Schultz, Mrs. Glenn Morrison, Mrs C J " Entner and Mrs. W.,F. Dross with Mrs. Ed Yezek chairman. Edmund Griswolds Married 65 Years Decorah--Their. 65th weddina anniversary will b'e observed by Mr. and-Mrs. Edmund A. Griswold on Jan. 28 at the home of their son, Elmer, Mrs. Griswold, who was Ida May Newcomer; will be 80 years of age on Jan. 29: Mr Griswold is 89. ATHENIAN CLUB '.''.'" IS ENTERTAINED Athenian club met Thursday at he home of Mrs. Gerald West, 85 linden drive. Mrs. Theodore Jacobs gave current events and Mrs. 21mer Nangel the lesson on "Turkey." Mrs. Clyde Deyoe had charge of music, accompanied by Mrs i A. C. Kluck. ·" : -. --o-- :· i Plymouth--Mrs. J. Heironimus vill leave Saturday for Minneapolis where she will visit her son Lee, and meet her granddaughter) a graduate nurse, who will soon go.with her husband to California^: T ONCE to 949 ^ (PUETOCOUSl BRING US YOUR WORK Dale- BAND BOX 325 North Federal Cleaning -- Dyeing -- Pressing -, Repairing Clearance! Drastic Reductions on DRESSES A very special group at 26-28 East State St.

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