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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE lUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1945 -SOCIETY- Spring Print Catherine Balsey ! Weds Cpl. Wigant I at Orchard Church Orchard -- The Congregational I church at Orchard was the scene I of a wedding when Catherine Ann I Balsley became the bride of Cpl. 1 Raymond Wigant of Camp Wheeler, Ga., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- I liam Wigant of 'Stacyville. The I bride was given in marriage by Iher father, A. D. Balsley. The I double ring ceremony was per- I formed by the Rev. Stiles Lessly, [pastor of the Congregational I church of Osage and Orchard, Jan. 113. Miss Candace GIsleson was (bridesmaid and' Barbara Balsley 1 was her sister's flower girl. Ervan I Wigant of Stacyville, the bride- I groom's brother, attended him as | best man. Preceding the ceremony, the I bride's sister, Mrs. Frank Wilmot, I Jr., of Orchard, sang, accompa- Inied'by Claire Lewis of Orchard. I A reception in the home of the I bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ml Balsley near Orchard followed. I Assisting in the serving were Mrs. I George Gisleson, Mrs. Leland 1 Leech, Mrs. C. Bode and Mrs. I George B. Schrader, all oÂ£ Or- 1 chard and Mrs. Dorland Baker of lOsage. A wedding breakfast. was I served in their honor at the Hotel [Cleveland In Osage and they left I Saturday noon from .Charles City, lenroute through Chicago where |they boarded the Dixie- Flyer for lacon, Georgia. Mrs. Wigant attended Orchard I school and was graduated in the Â·class of 1941. She has held a post- ilion in the offices of the Oliver Â·plant in Charles City the past 10 Imbnths. The bridegroom attended schools in Mitchell county and Ijdiried the army in October, 1941 land after completing his training, served in the Aleutians and Attu. Relatives came from the following towns: Orchard, Osage, Stacyville, Floyd, Waverly and Plainfield. TWENTIETH GENTRY CLUB AT ADAMS HOME Twentieth Century club met Monday afternoon. at the Adams home, 680 East State, with Mrs. Lee Bailey as hostess. Mrs. Carl A. Parker have current events and Mrs. Earl Smith had the lesson, discussing "The Present Position of Religion in Russia." MARIA MITCHELL MEETS AT HAYNES Maria Mitchell club held its meeting-Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Stanley Haynes, 404 Jefferson N. W. The study of "As You Like It" was begun with Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney giving the intro-' duction and Mrs. L. H. Roberts, act 1. --o-ST. HELENA CIRCLE MEETS AT FATTEES St. Helena's circle met with Mrs. L. C. Pattee, 224 Virginia S. E-, Monday evening with 15 members present. Mrs. Barry Braheny was. the assisting hostess. Contract was played with prizes going to Mrs. Roy Sloan, Mrs. Barney Sweeney and Mrs. George Rhebb. Mrs. Tom White will be the Feb. 12 hostess. FAREWELL PARTY IS FOR ETHEL MARCUS Miss Ethel Marcus 312 West State, was honored at a surprise farewell party given by the Birthday club at the Cerro Gordo hotel. Miss Marcus is leaving to take a position as a nurse's aide at the Schick government hospital in Clinton. Rudd--WAC Mildred Skersick of the army air corps, daughter of E. J. Babbitt, has been spending a furlough with her father and other relatives in this and'adjoin- ing states. She returned Friday to her post at Santa .Monica, Cal. Springtime and the preference for Prints! Who can resist the fresh look they create? For your softly tailored 2-piecer choose a miniature figured fabric. No. 3710 is cut in sizes 12, 14, IS, 18, 20, 40, .42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 requires 3% yards 39-inch fabric. [To Relieve Bad Cough In a Hurry 9 Mix This at Home Send IBc for Pattern, 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. 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 15c a copy. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. 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Muffins Fresh Fruit Compote with Sherry (Recipes Serve Four) Pork Chops Deluxe 4 pork shoulder chops V cup flour Salt and pepper 3 cups spinach, cooked 3 tablespoons fortified margarine 1 cup milk 1 egg yolk V\ cup grated cheese Dredge chops in flour seasoned with salt and pepper. Melt 2 tablespoons of margarine in a skillet, sear chops on both sides and saute for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, melt remaining tablespoon of margarine in a saucepan. Take off heat and mix with one tablespoon of flour making a smooth paste. Return to heat and add milk, stirring constantly until thickened. Remove from stove and gradually stir in well-beaten egg yolk. Spread cooked spinach in the bottom of a casserole. Place chops on top of the spinach. Pour over white sauce and sprinkle top with grated cheese. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 minutes or until cheese is browned. Sour Cream Muffins 2 cups flour 1 teaspoon baking powder Vz teaspoon baking soda ! ( 2 teaspoon salt ii cup sour cream 1 egg 2 tablespoons melted shortening 2 tablespoons sugar Mix and sift dry ingredients. Add sour cream, slightly beaten egg and melted shortening. Stir only until flour is moistened. Fill greased muffin tins and bake at 425 degrees 20-25 minutes. The baking time depends on the size of muffin tin used. --0-- IN HOSPITAL IN ITALY--Pfc. Everette L. Plata, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Pints, 309 7th S. W-. is In a hospital in Italy recovering from an operation. Pfc. Pinta was seriously hurt a truck accident recently. Pinta went in service with the national guard from Mason City. He has 2 brothers serving in England. . . During the 1943-44 school yea approximately 4,000,000 childre in 30,000, schools throughout th county took part in the schoc lunch program. R, HOWARD, 65, SUCCUMBS HERE Funeral Arrangements Are Not Complete Baymond Howard, 65, section oreman at the Northwestern States Portland Cement company ilant for the past 30 years, died at a local hospital Tuesday morn- ng,. following an illness since an. 13. Surviving are his daughter, Mrs. A. V. Crawford, Vallejo, Cal. and a son, William, formerly will the Mason City Coca-Cola Bottling company and now serving in the navy in the Pacific, and a stepson Donald "Butch" Howard in Wisconsin. Mr. Howard was precedec in death by his wife about 15 years ago. Funeral arrangements are in complete, awaiting word from hi daughter, who had visited him th past ZV* months and h a d . re- Â·a FASf St.Joseph ASPIRIN urned to her home in California ust before he became ill. juerrilla Leader Says Yanks Need Plenty of Armament to Win Detroit, (Â£)--"We are back in he Philippines now but only with a toe hold; it depends a lot on the people at home how soon we get to Tokyo," Lieut. Iliff Richardson, who spent nearly 3 years on Leyie heading guerrilla activities, told a Detroit audience Monday night. This is the way the 26 year old naval officer from Los Angeles put it: "We need a lot of anti-aircraft guns. We need assault vessels to keep our tremendous invasion forces supplied, and we need rockets--lots and lots oÂ£ rockets. The Japs hate those rockets and no wonder. For when we have enough oÂ£ them, we can devastate whole areas at a time. "Yes, we're back in the Philippines, but only with a foothold. There's EtiU plenty of fighting ahead. And even when we recapture the whole islands we're really back where we started. Japan still is 1,800 miles away. And every step of the way will be tough." Know the Satisfaction of Tea at its Best "SALADA" LARGEST SEUER AT 10* TEA In Package* and Tea Bagi at Your Giocmi't syrup tor your money, and never seen anything: better. It loosens l/on'llfind itwonderful,forreal reliet tha phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes, and eases the soreness. Pinex Is a. special compound of p raven ingredients, in con cent rated form, well-known for its prompt action in coughs and bronchial irritations. Money refunded if it doesn't pleaao you in every way. MISS ZTTA STUDER TO WED JOHN WELTEK W e s l e y --Banns for the approaching marriage of Miss Zita Studer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Studer, to John Welter of East Dubuoue, 111., have been read from the St. Joseph's Catholic church. They have set their marriage date as Feb. 6. Miss Studer. is a registered nurse and has been employed in Dubuque. The invasion of Europe broke all records for the number of military maps required for a single operation, says the army. Whittaker to Speak at Wartburg College Waverly--Capt. James C. Whittaker, author of the book, "We Thought We Heard the Angels Sing," will appear. Wednesday evening at the St. Paul's auditorium. Waverly,-under the auspices of the Wartburg Artist Series association. Capt. Whittaker will present a complete account of the flight and crash into the Pacific of the Flying Fortress in which Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker was flying on a military mission, and the aftermath--the 3 weeks of drifting under the pitiless sun and the final rescue of all but one of the passengers and crew. MIDWINTER SAVINGS ON THE YOU WANT TO WEAR NOW Telephone Company Re-elects Officers Rockwell--The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers Telephone company of Rockwell was held Saturday. The following directors re-elected: W. D. Lattimer, Frank Stvirgis, H. B. McGaheran, G. Ziegler, Norman Eye, William Boyle and James O'Connor. The company reported a very successful year. Lattimer was reelected president and manager; H. B. McGaheran, vice president; Sam Hankin, secretary, and Mrs. Carrie Siegfried," treasurer. With the worst of winter still ahead, the January Clearance seems heaven-sent. Not only for the balance of this winter, but for many winters ahead, these coats Â· will serve you well. 'You can get the coat of your choice at a tremendous savings. Every fur coat in our stock is included in this Clearance, and every one of them is priced at a substantial savings. Come in tomorrow ond see for yourself. Prices From $100 to $595 20% Excite Tax Included 5 of 6 Heirs to $4,000 Estate Live in Norway Decorah--A preliminary inventory in the estate of Ingeborg Halverson was filed in probate com" Jan. 19, showing properly estimated worth 54,078.80, subject to debts of S873.50. The interesting feature of the estate is that 5 of the 6 heirs reside in Norway. They are Knu K. Bakke, Bergit K. Fristad and Lars K. Rudehagen, Rogne, Norway; Margit K. Hulbrakingen, Os Madam Wikesund, and Embrik Larsrud, Ulnes. Mrs. Andrew Solheim of Decorah is the only heir living in America. How Mr. Solheim, who has been appointed the administrator, will be able to transmit the shares to the 5 relatives' in Norway, under _ existing conditions, constitutes what amounts to a headache. Former Osage Family :Ias 4 Sons in Service Osage--Visitors in the Osage and Tew Haven vicinities recently were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Casey and son, Sgt. Thomas Casey. The ?rank Caseys moved to Waterloo 1 ast year. Their 4 sons are all in service, and their daughter, Patricia, is employed by the Waterloo ration board. 1fla#m(%mM(ppe 215 NORTH FEDERAL Robert Hirsch Joel Hirsch Tinq Martin DIES AT JESUP Nashua--Leonard Zuck, 71, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Grace Smith, Jesup, Saturday, aft- 2 strokes. He was taken from here to Jesup 3 weeks ago. The following children survive: Emery and Mrs. Grace Smith, Jesup; Mrs. Ruth Cheesbro, Mason City; Clair and Honier, Nashua. The funeral was held at the Parker funeral home; Jesup, Monday, and interment in the cemetery at Littleton. ENLISTS IN NAVY Charles City--Fred James Molgard, son of Peter C. Molgard of Charles City, was enlisted in the navy at Mason City recently, choosing the general service branch. W. G. Burris is the recruiter in charge. More than 2,200 different makes of cars have been manufactured in the United States since the birth of the industry. . STOREWIDE SAYINGS! TERRIFIC REDUCTIONS! snvwsoii D R E S S E S ALL FALL AND WINTER STYLES FAR UNDERPRICED TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW SPRING STOCKS ARRIVING DAILY! GROUP OF 100 BETTER DRESSES Values to 19.95. |/ Tailored and dress.styles /2 Price AND REG. VALUES TO 15.00 SIGNAL TO SAVE! PRICES SLASHED ON Don't miss these terrific values on dressy and casual dresses . . . drastically reduced for quick clearance! Good selection of tsyles and colors. All sizes, but not in every style. CREPES, WOOLS, JERSEYS! BLACK, BROWN, HIGH SHADES WINTER G O A T S TWO PRICE GROUPS AND 25 FUR TRIMMED C O A T S Reg. to $125. Skunk, |/ Leopard or Wolf trim.. /J Price REG. TO 29.95 27 REG. TO 42.50 at these remarkable sav- Now is the time to buy your winter coat ings! Chesterfields and boy coa.ts in 100% wool fabrics. A good selection of styles in black, brown and high shades. Sizes are broken. SHOP EARLY FOR THE BEST SELECTION! WONDERFUL BUYS! SPORTSWEAR REDUCED SNOW SUITS "Z PRICE Values to 10.95. Gabardines in dark colors and high shades. BAGS - SCARFS ENTIRE STOCK MILLINERY REG. TO 7.95 50c VALUES TO 10.95 Odds and ends of sportswear including jumpers . . . jerkins . . . jackets , . . sweaters . . . blouses! Some slightly soiled or shop-worn . . . but all excellent buys! Bags are regular fo 3.98. Scarfs regular Â§1 values. $ 1 AND Dressy and casual hats in many styles. Some with feather trims. Felts and fabrics in colors and block and brown.