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January 23, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1945 MASON -CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Girl Scout Leaders Association-. Elects. Of f icers £ or 'Goiiun Mrs. Twyman Is President for Season Mrs. S. J. Twyman was elected president for the coming year at the regular:-meeting of the Girl Scout's Leader's association Monday evening. Mrs. C. A. Holvik was elected vice president and Mrs. A. Duitman, secretary. Mrs. Twyman will represent the Leaders association on the Girl Scout Council. Mrs. C. F. Weaver, retiring president, called lor a report on the spring program to be he!d March 12 at the high school. Mrs. H. D. Makeever, general chairman, stated that the program would mark, the climax ot the year's study of other sections ol our country by the various troops She announced the'divisions, ol her'committee: Program and staging, Mrs. Carl E. Fick, chairman Mrs. Earl Sheka, Mrs. Charles Grippen; posters and displays Miss Huth Jones, chairman, Mrs Verne Redeker, Mrs. C. A. Holvik; ushers, Mrs. Gwen Tierney chairman. The meeting closed with a round table discussion of activities of the troops. , Bancroft--Miss Maureen Quint arrived home to spend a 3 weeks vacation at the parental \V. E Quinn home. Maureen has been employed at Washington, D. C . for the past year. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--'·Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Pennfey Co. Phone 2272 , 'onscriptidn Gets . tudent Approval Post war military conscription :as favored by members of the College "Y" and Coljegiates at'a meeting Monday evening at the ". W. C. A. Discussion of con- cription was conducted with Miss eggy Heffner reading a paper n the problem and Miss Esther Vails 3nd Miss Joy Burdick giv- ng the pros and .cons. A general iscussion followed. Activities Planned jy Beta Sigma Phi Beta Phi chapter of Beta Sigma 'hi sorority met Monday evening at the" Hotel Hanfprd whe're acti- ·ities of the past year were reported and plans for the coming ieason discussed. i , .At the close of .the business session, 2 lessons -were presented, Miss Phyllis Lichty talking on "In- ;ro auctions" and Miss Georgia Lee Basham on. "Poise and Charm." Miss~Lichty pointed out that an introduction is a social plan for placing 2 or more persons on iriendly basis and described the various correct forms of introduction. Miss Basham spoke o£ thi change which has taken place h the conception of charm and salt that it is no longer a matter o physical beauty and languishing habits, nor is it an accident o birth, nor a gift of God, but a qual ity that .is .the-result of though and training and constant care. ROGAN-LIEN Decorah--Miss Laverne Marian Lien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Albert Lien, and Jasper Rogan son of Mr. and Mrs. Georg Rogan, were married Jan. 19 b ftie Rev. Alfred Bredesen at th parsonage of the Glenwood Luth eran church. Their attendants were Miss Lorraine Stortz an Walter Teslow. Their home wi: be on a farm near Decorah. American merchant ships wer engaged in .trade with .China an the Pacific islands by 1792. .Johnson, Miss Shaffer 4re Married Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Merle Shaffer, aughter of Mrs. LaVerle Shaffer, 38 South Federal, and Dallas ohnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John ohnson, 413 23rd S. W:, performed an. 20 at the home of the bride- room's parents;' with the Rev. aul Arnold Peterson reading the eremony at 2 o'clock. The couple was attended by Mr. nd Mrs. Duane Johnson, brother nd sister T in-law of the bride- room. The bride wore'a dusty rose ress with brown accessories and corsage, of^sweetpeas and roses. Irs. Johnson wore a pale green ress with brown accessories and corsage of sweetpeas, Thte bride's mother was attired n a grey suit with brown acces- ories and the bridegroom's mother wore a 2-pieceriavy dress. Mrs. 3 eterson played and sang "I Love You Truly." Luncheon was served at a table decorated with pink and white streamers and centered with the wedding cake. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mcs. Duane Johnson of Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson Jr., and family of Thornton, Mr and Mrs. La Verne Johnson of Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Johnson of Meservey, Mrs. Melvin Johnson of Belmond. Mr. Johnson and his bride wil rriakejtheir home in Mason City. MISS GLADYS.GOETZ^ WILL BE MARRIED W e s l e y -- Banns for the approaching marriage of M i s Gladys Goetz, oldest daughter o Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Goetz of We: ley, and Robert Trenary of Cor with, were made public for the first time Sunday morning at the St. Joseph's Catholic church They will be married Feb. 7. Ackley-^Miss Elizabeth Keller while on\her .way to church Sun day fell and suffered an injure i back. ' MARRIED IN CALIFORNIA--Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Billman, 422 14th .N. W., announce the marriage of their daughter, Frances, to Morris F. Edwards, SK-3-C, U. S. N. R., of Pensacola, Fla. The double ring ceremony took place at 8 p. m. Monday, Jan. 15, at the Wilshire Wedding chapel in Los Angeles, with the Rev. Charles Jessee officiating. The bride who was given in marriage by her brother,. Lester M. *Billman, wore a powder blue dress with white and navy accessories. Her. corsage was of gardenias and Talisman rose buds. The couple was attended by-Mrs. Larry L. Lindsay of Los Angeles and J. D. Moon, Chief SK, U. S. navy. Mrs. Lindsay wore a navy and chartreuse dress with white accessories and a corsage of deep Mr. and Mrs. Knutson Mark 57th Anniversary West Union--Mr.- and Mrs. J. L. Knutson celebrated their 57th wedding anniversay Jan. 21: Their s*n, Oscar Knutson, .entertained at a dinner in honor of the occasion. Their children are Oscar Knutson, Milford Knutson, Mrs. Ed Krueger,' West Union; Mrs. M. B. McCord, Waterloo; Mrs. J. P. Paulson, Iowa 'City; Mrs. Allie Johnson, Bismack, N. Dak. There are 13 grandchildren and B great grandchildren. red rose buds. Miss Beverly Billman sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because." There were 25 guests .present for the ceremony. The couple will be at home at 220 S. Catalina, Los Angeles, Cal., until Mr. Edwards is shipped out. The bride is a graduate of the Mason City high school and attended the University of Iowa. She was employed at the Ray Pauley company here until she went to California more than a year ago. She has been, working there in the comptroller department of. the Corporation. General Petroleum Marjorie Johnson Weds Louie Peter Cresco "--"-Marjorie Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Luella E. Larkin, and Louie A. Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Peter, all of Cresco, were' married Saturday morning at the Immanuel Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. Robert Ahrens, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran church. Following the wedding Mrs. Larkin, assisted by Mrs. George Sims of Granger, served the wedding dinner at the Larkin home. The couple was attended by Doris Hageman and Elmer Derr of Cresco. Mr. and Mrs. Peter are on their wedding trip to Chicago spending a week visiting relatives. They will live on the bridegroom's farm south of Cresco. 4 Generations Are Members of Dix Tent At the meeting of Dorothea L Dix Tent, 42, Daughters 'of the Union Veterans'. of the Civil war Monday evening in the Hi-12 club rooms, the new president, Mrs.'Claude Lynch, who presided, initiated her grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Barnhart of Eau -Claire, Wis., to membership. This initiation made 4 generations, all descendants of Orlando Perkins, a Civil War veteran, members of tent 42. They are Mrs. Barnhart, Mrs. Estella Lee, Mrs. Lynch and -Miss Betty Lynch. Mrs. William Lee also took the obligation of membership. It was Voted to contribute to the. canteen and to give a donation to the infantile paralysis drive. Mrs. Iva Burgart, chairman, announced that Mrs. Ray Downing, Mrs. Estella Lee, Mrs. Edna En- wilier and Mrs. Burgart have been Canteen hostesses in December. Louis Kipper, member of the Canteen - executive board, talked on the work of the Canteen. An invitation to a patriotic tea in February, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary was read. Mrs., August Hanson, patriotic instructor, had charge of a program in observance of the birthday of William .McKinley. McKinley's speech at the dedication of the Grant monument was read by Mrs. Enwiller. Verona Winchell gave "McKinley Sleeps,". Mrs. Burgart, "Glorious Old Banner;" Lila and Lily Bemis gave sayings of McKinley, Betty Lynch talked on' William McKinley and Miss Marie Fuller gave excerpts from his last speech. Mrs. Hanson told the story of Carnation .day. An informal Lincoln program will be given at the next meeting. Radio SkitTo Be Offered by Former Garfield Students A group of former Garfield students will present a skit, "How to Be More Popular," over KGLO Wednesday evening at 6:30. This is the 5th in a series, "Youth Talks It Over," sponsored by the P. T. A. council. Each P. T. A. arranges one program and this skit is sponsored by the Garfield P. T. A. and directed by Miss Alice Fennema, teacher at SOCIAL Garfield. In the. cast are Maxine Hohde, Shirley Skipjon, CarolDeane pst- by, Don Griffith,'Bob Koller r ahd Ronald Larson, all high school students. Mrs. Heberlmg Is Hostess to Chapter Alpha Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening with Mrs. Betty Heberling, 110 Carolina S. E. Mrs. Kay Thompson gave the lesson "Substance of the Art of Life--The True," in which she stated' that Jesus taught truth TUESDAY Masonic Social club-6:30, Hotel Hanford: Holy Family circle -1-7:30, Mrs. Henry Hocraffer, 146 15th N. W. Clio club-' Mrs. Sidney Bowen, 103 Connecticut S. E. Business Girls league-7:30, Y. W. C. A. United Service Women-7:30, Legion hall. _, Roosevelt Elementary Parent Education group-7:45, Mrs. Leon Woodward, 1824 south Federal. Bethlehem Ruth circle-8, Mrs. Elmer Lutz, 907 Madison N. W. Immanuel Luther league-. 8,'church. Odd Fellows-. 8 , I. O. O. F. hall Phoenician club-8, Mrs. Harlan Girton, 36 Oak Drive. WEDNESDAY Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln sewing room; 7 to 9, surgical dressings room, ' 12 Delaware S. E. Emanon club-^ 1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Bridge club-'1, Mrs. H. L. Knesel, 120 4th N. W. . Fortnightly club-1:45, Mrs. Marie Brims, 216 9th N. W. Roosevelt U. S. W.-2, Mrs. W. A. Cory, 530 21st S. E. W. R. C. circle-- ' i 2, Legion hall. Central Lutheran guild-2:30,'church. 1 First -Christian Fellowship-6:20, church. Degree of Honor Carnation club-7:30, P. G. E. auditorium. Moose lodge-8, Moose hall, public card party. Women's Labor auxiliary-8, Labor hall. Trinity Highland circle-2, Mrs. R. S. Weber, 615 Hampshire N. E. Our Saviour's Rebecca circle-2, church.* OCCIDENT CLUB MEMBERS MEET . Occident club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. A. Burke, 328 Pennsylvania S. E., and the time was devoted to reports by members of their relatives in service. Excerpts from letters were read and souvenirs from various Bertha Rohr Heads Nurse Assignment ! Miss Bertha Rohr of the Park hospital nursing staff has been appointed chairman of the 10th district committee for procurement and assignment of nurses, succeeding Miss Ruth Fisher, Cerro county nurse, who held the position the past year. The committee, held a meeting Monday evening at the office of the public health nursing association. The work of this committee is to classify nurses in the 10th district of the Iowa Association of Registered Nurses, according., to criteria set up by the war manpower commission. ' ,, Nurses are classified as to availability for military service or es^ sentiality in present nursing occupation. To date 205 nurses in Cerro Gordo, Floyd and Wirinebago counties have been classified. . Since Jan. 8, 1945, there have been 8 applications filed for military service through the Red Cross, it was announced. Miss Erma Frederick ; Weds Millard Kamiis i West-Union--The marriage o£ Miss Erma Frederich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Frederich and Millard Kamus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamus, all of West Union, took place at 3 p. m. Jan. 20. The Rev. G. W. Ukera'read the single ring service at Bethel Presbyterian church. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Fern Frederich. Irvin Kamus, brother ol the bridegroom was bestirnan. A reception will be held for the couple" Friday evening at the Herry Kamus home, where they will live. Former Cresco Man Marries in Hawaii ,, : Cresco--Word has been receivec here of the marriage of Cecil Libbey, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R Libbey of Waterloo, formerly-'oV Cresco, and Miss Betty Smith iijj Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Mis Smith is a native of Honolulu, hei parents" being from . the , Unite' States- Mr. Libbey has a civil Eer vice position in the islands. fronts shown. Pull the Trigger on Lazy Innards' completely and demonstrated it thoroughly and in his own per- DECKER-AIMEE Osage -- Ruth Aimee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. El don Aimee, became the bride of Irvin Decker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Decker, Riceville, Sunday' afternoon at the Baptist parsonage, Osage. The Rev. Wayne Christ i a n s o n officiated. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ahrens. Following the wedding, a reception was held at the parental Aimee home. .T. A. E. CLUB · ' ··· ·-·':'--: MEETS AT WRIGHTS ' Mrs.' H. L. Wright entertaineS the T. A. E. club Monday at her! home, 321 14th N^ E., when Mrs., Roy Potter had the lesson on "Interesting Facts About China." VELEDA STUDY CLUB HAS SESSION Veleda Study club met Monday]! evening at the home of Mrs. M. E.i i Ajpenson, 743 2nd S. W. Mrs. Ber- 1 nard Main had the lesson on 1 I "China's Philosophy and Religion." ^ Into Butter-Nut'go the world's finest coffees, selected individually for delicious quality, then combined and roasted to bring out the richness and smooth mellowness of their flavor. No wonder Butter-Nut Coffee is first choice in hundreds of thousands of homes. So great has been the demand for Butter-Nut Coffee that sometimes grocers sell out their, supply before their new shipments arrive. If this happens in your store, ask again soon. Your grocer has more Butter-Nut Coffee on the way. The favorite is always the one that sells out first. WREN CONSTIPATION makes you feel punk as the dickens, brings on stomach tipset, soar taste, gassy discomfort, take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine to quietly pull the trigger on lazy innards", and help you feel bright and chipper again. PR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin to make it so easy to take. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations in prescriptions to maie the medicine more palatable and agreeable to take. So b e sure your laxative is contained in Syrnp Pepsin. INSIST O N DR. C*LOWELL'S--the favorite of millions for SO years, and feel that wholesome relief from conitrpation. Eyed Snick; children, love it.. CAUTION: Use only is directed. DR-CAlDMll'S SENN/V LAXATIVE ««««·· SYRUP PEPSIN HOSTESS · Royal Doulton · Wedgwood · Haviland · Minton Bone China WATCHES fUaneharcCa DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE son. "The explorations of Admiral Byrd show the dangers and labors in the search for truth," she said. "Other great believers in truth were Socrates, Plato, Confuscius. Mrs. Floyd Jacobson, chairman o£ the social committee, announced a card party to be held" at her home. 537 llth N. E., at 8 o'clock, Jan. 29. Mrs Heberling served a lunch at the close of the meeting after which sorority and other favorite songs were sung by a group, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Alvin Stieger. ROOSEVELT P. T. A. BOARD HAS SESSION Roosevelt Elementary P. T. A. board met at the home of Mrs. M. M. Peterson, 315 13th S. E., with 15 members present. Mrs. Paul Gustafson announced the. Parent Education meeting for Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Leon Woodward, 1824 South Federal. Plans were discussed for the P. T. A. meeting in the junior high cafe- .eria Friday at 7:30. This will be Dad's night and Hay Whorley is in charge of arrangements. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. Ralph Connelly and Mrs. Peterson. --o-UNIVERSAL MOTHERS CLUB ENTERTAINED Universal Mothers club mel Monday afternoon at the home oi Mrs. D- E. Randall, 722 Monroe N W. for devotions by Mrs. R. Max Smith and group singing led by Mrs. Paul Loomis. Mrs. Russel Thompson sang "Something for Jesus." A round table discussion on South America was led by Mrs Loomis with Mrs. H. B. Major Mrs. C. Lawrence Payne and Mrs Frank Sheffler participating. JOYCE KILMER CLUB MEETS AT WEAVERS Joyce Kilmer club met at the home of Mrs. I. R. Weaver, 62 9th N. E., and Miss Florenc Flynn was the assisting hostess Mrs. Wesley Harding gave the les son on "The House of Rctchchild and Miss Gertrude Deeny dis cussed Sister Mary Innocent, a German nun, creator of the Hum mel characters. The next meetin will be a social at the Adam home. APLINGTON PAIR LICENSED TO WED Allison--A marriage license ha been issued to John R. 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