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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 19, 1943
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1943 MASON CITY, GLOBE-GAZETTE Study Clubs Carry Out Programs in Spite of Sub Zero Weather ^% n _ _ . Tfr V 1 ^H ff --. _i __·· .--. . ' '---- Mrs. Barlow Is Honored by Members In spite of below zero weather, Mason City study clubs conducted their meetings Monday afternoon, luncheons being held by T. A. E. and Chautauqua clubs. Chautauqua club was entertained at a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Jay Lorenz, 211 Adams avenue northwest, with Mrs. Charles Barlow as the guest of honor. A handkerchief shower \vas held for Mrs. Barlow who is moving to Des Moines. The hostess committee included Mrs. Lorenz, Mrs. Marion Olson and Mrs? Russell Girton. Mrs. Robert Glazer, guest speaker, discussed "Government and Politics of India. 1 * * * T. A. E. club had a luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. George O'Neil, 110 Tenth street northwest, Monday, with Mrs. Stanley MacPeak assisting. Mrs. MacPeak also had the lesson from the Reader's Digest. Occident club met Monday with Mrs. T. J. Bracken, 904 Madison avenue northwest, and Mrs. Everett Smith reviewed "The Lieutenant's Lady" by Bess Streeter Aidrich. The next meeting will be a 1 o'clock luncheon, Feb. 1, at the home of Mrs. W. P. Butler. Mrs. H. J. Bryant was hostess to Twentieth Century club at her home, 109 Second street southeast and Mrs. Fred Smith had current events. Mrs. C. E. Dakin led the lesson discussing "The New Life Movement in China" and "Chinese Domestic Arts," showing examples of Chinese handwork to illustrate her talk. Mrs. Erdix Swift led the lesson on "The Charm of a Well Mannered Home" at the meeting of the Child Study club Monday at the home of Mrs. George Gitz. 13i Twelfth street northwest. Devotions were given by Mrs. L. Kornbaum. Maria Mitchell club continued its study of Shakespeare's '/Henry IV" at its meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. W. P. Merkel, 418 First street southeast, with Mrs. C. H. McNider reading from act four. BITS ABOUT 'EM Technical Sgt. Margery Pickett has returned to Des Moines where she is stationed with the WAAC post band after a weekend visit in Mason. City. * * * Mrs. J. J. Gerard and daughter, Barbara Joan, 662 Third street northeast, and Mrs. D. B. Bnnth of Charles City, have left for Superior, Wis., to visit their parents. * * * Robert E. Moen will leave Wednesday for the Great Lakes naval training station after a week's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moen, 522 Twentieth street southeast. He is being transferred to the hospital corps. * · * W Mrs. John R. Hillis of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., and Mrs. Gordon Hill of Milwaukee, Wis., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Glass, and their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Glass, 17 Connecticut avenue southeast. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Don Diehl, 727 Second street southwest, had as their weekend guests her cousin. Staff Sgt- Leonard N. Moudry of Camp Cooke, Cal., who was on his way to Cresco to spend a fur- loug with his parents. He has been serving in the army for two years. Mrs. Merle Fiala and daughter Marilyn, have arrived from Marshalltown to spend a tew days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J . Nissen, 1343 ] ,4 North Federal avenue, enroute to their new home in Iowa City where Mr. Fiala has been promoted to manager of thi J. R. Kinney shoe store. Coughing Years Mr. and Mrs. Orson F. Farrer will celebrate their 66th weddina anniversary Thursday at their home in the Colonial apartments They have been residents of Mason City since 1881 and have lour children, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild Their two sons who live here are H. B. Farrer and Royce Farrer Another son is Vern P. Farrer of Boise, Idaho, and their daughter is Kathenne Farrer Adams of San Antonio Tex Mason City Man Wedded in Minnesota Miss Helen Swehla, daughter of Villiam Swehla of Montgomery, blinn., and William Buehler of 216 Carolina avenue southeast vere married Jan. 17 in Mont- jomery, Minn., by the brother of he bridegroom, the Rev. Conrad *". Buehler, at 7 o'clock in the evening in the parsonage before an arch flanked by lighted candelabra. The bride was attired in a ,treet length gown of dusty rose and brown jersey while her at- endant, Mrs. E. L. Bluhm of Montgomery wore black crepe Mr. Bluhm was the bridegroom's attendant. The bride is a graduate of Maon City high school and the La- James School of Beauty Culture. She is at present employed at Your Beauty Shoppe. The bridegroom will leave immediately to serve in the U. S. army. WOMEN'S ORCHESTRA TO REHEARSE JAN. 23 Women's orchestra members whose rehearsal scheduled tor Tuesday night was postponed will lave a full rehearsal Saturday afternoon at 1 in the Music hall. SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY Grace Evangelical church-5 to 8, church, Adams avenue and Fourteenth street northwest victory supper. Oweso club-6, Mrs. Paul Donahoo, 200 Vermont avenue southeast. White Shrine-6:30, Masonic temple, pot luck dinner, airs. Pearl Thompto, chairman; 7:30, stated meeting, past officers' night, 8:30, initiation by Rainbow assembly. Mercy Nurses alumnae-7, Cecil theater, farewell party for nurses leaving for government service. Justness Girls league-7, Y. W. C. A. iVomen's orchestra-Postponed to Saturday. 'olice Auxiliary-7:30, Mrs. Dick Pierce, 1428 Virginia avenue northeast. -. A. to N. A. P. E-7:30, Labor hall, Mmes. Rov Wolf, Foster Elliott, Leo Whalen, hostesses. Bundles for Britain-Postponed one week. Vilson Parent Education group-8, Mrs. Roger Sawyer, 316 Taylor avenue southwest, Mrs. C. G. Engstrom, leader. mmanucl W M. S.-Postponed. :iio club-Miss Cora Sundell, 40 Oak drive. WEDNESDAY V. F. W. auxiliary-7:30, V. F. W. hall, sewing bee and practice. Bridge club-1, Mrs. J. C. Stoddard, 324 Second street southeast. Woodmen Circle Beryl Grove No. 135-Postponed. Freeman Ladies aid-Postponed. N. B. C. club-1:30, Mrs. Fred Andresen, Kentucky avenue southeast, dessert luncheon. Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewing, 1:30, Roosevelt school, 7 to 9, 211 North Federal avenue surgical dressings. Wednesday Contract club-I, Eadmar hotel, Mrs. Henry Hanson, hostess. Queen of Ctubs-- 1, Jefferson amber room, IUr C. W. Haase, hostess. Friendly Birthday club 1, Mrs. C. S. Clark, 424 Twentv fourth street southwest. Coterie club-1, Mrs. M. E. Carlson, 539 Eighth street southeast. P. E. O. Chapter GN-1, Y. W. C. A., Mraes. C. Frederick Beck, O. Suter, J. W. Lorcnz E. K. Tapscott, hostesses, Mmes C. R. Messer, W. P. Butler, program. Our Saviour's Dorcas circle-1:30, Mrs. Clarence Kittleson 121 Twenty-ninth street southwest, Mrs. Robert Calanan hostess, sewing bee. St, James circle 1-2, Mrs. C. Clausen, 1538 Adams avenue northwest. Women's Labor auxiliary-2, Labor hall. Trinity Highland circle-2:30, Mrs. L. Quisiling, 209 Sixth street southeast. Central Lutheran West group-2:30, Mrs. J. Wass, 321 Monroe avenue northwest. F. E. O. chapter DZ-- 2:30, Adams home, 680 East State street, Mmes, Harry Odie H. W. Barclay, hostesses, Mrs. F.' B. Hathaway, lesson. First Christian Men's club . 6:30, church, pot luck dinner international brotherhood program. Lincoln Parent Education croup-Postponed. Wa-Tan-Ye club-Mrs. W. H. Hamilton, 823 Jefferson avenue northwest Degree of Honor Carnation club 8 P. G. E., Mmes. Harold Wasley, Clarence Herr, hostesses. · Holy Family circle 2-8, Mrs. G. J. Sartor, 317 Fifth street northwest, Mrs. Clinton Conrey, assisting. Harding Parent Education group 8, school. Monroe-Washington Parent Education croup-8, school, nutrition talk. ·--o--· GARFIELD PARENTS CONDUCT MEETING Garfield Parent Education group met with Mrs. A. M. Pugh, 621 Third street southeast, Mo'nday evening, opening the session with the Lord's prayer, folowed by a business meeting with Mrs. Clifford Pierce presiding. Miss Ethel Hall led the lesson on "Good Cit- iens Are Made.." There were 19 present and refreshments were served by Mrs. Pugh, assisted by Mrs. William Lauer, Miss Alice Fennema and Mrs. Cora Kotchell XOT ENOUGH HOSTESSES COFFEYVILLE, Kans., (UK-Girl dancing partners have been rationed at the USO club here. A shortage of hostesses made it necessary to give each service man five tickets, each ticket entitling him to a partner for one dance ·HUH * C*tB stuffs up the nose, causes mouth breathing, throat tickle and night coughing, use this time-tested Vicks treatment that goes to work Instantly... 2 my* it «tc*l At bedtime rub good old Vicks VapoRub on throat, chest and back-Then watch its PENETMTMC- JTIMUIIMi action bring relief from distress. It PEHETMTE5 to upper breathing passages with soothing medicinal vapors. It STWHUMTS chest and back surfaces like a wanning; comforting poultice.., and It keeps on working for hours, ·»· ·»!!· *·· *!···_ to ease coughing spasms, relieve muscular soreness and tightness-and bring grand comfort! Try it tonight ... Vicks VapoRub. SALLY'S SALLIES Hit the Waves H elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Meat With a Future Fresh ham is an economical buy. Dinner Serving 5 or Tomato Juice Fresh Ham with Vegetables Tossed Green Salad Whole Wheat Bread Apple Sauce Honey Fruit Bread Pudding Cream Tea Fresh Ham 1 ham (about o pounds) 2 tablespoons salt 4 celery leaves 1 bay leaf V-i teaspoon pepper 6 carrots, peeled 6 potatoes, peeled. Scrub ham and set it in kettle. :over with water. Slowly bring to soil and boil 20 minutes. Drain. Cover again with water and add seasonings. Simmer 2',2 hours. Cool slightly and discard skin and excess fat. Place ham in roaster, bake 15 minutes in moderate oven. Add 1/3 cup the ham stock and he vegetables. Bake an hour. Jaste ham and vegetables several :imes using more stock if required. 3ravy can be made from the drip- )ings in the pan. This ham will eep several days, stored in re- rigerator. *· Honey Fruit Bread Pudding- 3 cups bread cubes (about y. nch) 1/3 cup honey 2 tablespoons butler or margarine, melted 1 teaspoon grated orange rind Vt teaspoon nutmeg Vi teaspoon grated lemon rind 2 eggs, beaten }~ teaspoon vanilla J ,i teaspoon salt 2 cups hot milk 1 cup peaches or other fruit Mix ingredients and pour into baking dish. Bake in n pan of hot ivater for 45 minutes in moderate oven. Serve with cream. - TM, tf C w membe " of the ±Sh s o°Z h/^ the b",° s wiu'sunnrt ?h * WAA C are learning how to use a barracks bag as a life preserver At 1 ' 1 "* Cor P s traini "S center, they jump into a swimming pool bringing UP °" th ? water so t h a t Eir « torced into them. Thus inflated" this area wh ° are front is well fed--so plan nourishing breakfasts. Breakfast Menu Grapefruit Cooked Cereal and Milk Scrambled Eggs Browned Sausages Griddle Cakes (Optional) Coffee for Adults Cocoa for Children Luncheon IVIenu Vegetable Soup Crackers Dill Pickles Canned Fruit Sauce Ginger Cookies Milk Every drop of coffee now is "as valuable as diamonds"--so if you nave made more than needed for use as a beverage, put the leftover into gelatin, baked or steamed desserts. Or let it be the liquid called for in spice cookies or cakes. If you have enough confectioner's sugar to make a French pastry frosting use hot coffee for the liquid in place of the usual cream or milk. Boost Breakfasts It is very important that the production army on th: home Dinner Menu Bcston BaKed Beans Buttered Spinach Steamed Brown Bread Margarine or Butter Vegetable Salad Tea Boston Baked Beans 4 cups dried beans Water 1/3 pound salt pork 1 teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon paprika 3 tablespoons chopped onions H teaspoon dry mustard % cup molasses Thoroughly wash the beans. Soak in 4 cups water over night. In the morning add 2 more cups water and cook, covered, until beans arc tender. This will lake about 50 minutes. Drain and reserve the stock. Pour the beans into a deep pot, add rest of ingredients and enough stock to come to the top of the pot. Cover tightly and bake 7 hours in a slow oven. Add more stock as the beans c"ok dry. Uncover beans last 30 minutes to brown the top. Steamed Brown Bread 1 cup flour 1 cup cornmeal 1 cup whole wheat flour I F you have the urge to be truly smart, nothing will serve your purpose better than this suit-dress. You will be able to wear it under your coat to finish the winter and then in the spring you will have the perfect dress to start you .off and keep you going all through the mild weather. The design is equally suited to rayon crepes or wool; a nd later on, it's perfect to make in washablcs. Style No. 2657 is designed for Sizes .12, 14, 16, 18, 20. 36, 38 and 40. Size 16 requires 3% yards 39-inch or 2'.J yards 54- inch fabric. Send loc (plus Ic to cover cost of mailing) for pattern. Write your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Just out! The Spring Fashion Book--over 150 inspiring pattern designs, all shown in the new season's lovely buoyant colors and the wanted fabrics. Don't delay! Send now for your copy and dream up a successful spring wardrobe. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 West 19th street, New York, N. Y. Honor Chinese Woman MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD (U.R) -- Mrs. Emma Yam, 51. was granted the honor of being the first Chinese woman to launch an American warship here. She wi^rks in the navy yard as an electrician's helper. 2667 SIZES 12 TO 4-0 Vz teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons.soda 1-3 cup molasses 1 2-3 cups sour milk or butter- iilk Mix ingredients. Half fill greased told. Cover tightly and steam 3 ours. Serve warm, cut in slices. Olives added to savory brown r white sauce served with boiled ce steps up nutrition and in- reases flavor appeal. oo Many Men--That's 'omplaint of Hostess )f USO in Anchorage NEW YORK, (fP)~What's on a olclier's mind? In Alaska it's CD food, and (2) minine companionship, in that rder, Margaret Conrardy, on eave as hostess of the United ervice Organization's lodge at .nchorage, said Tuesday. And his greatest fear is that he s forgotten at home or that his lirl is in love with someone else, he added. Miss Conrardy, who went to Alaska in September, 1941 and vas the first woman to serve in a USO overseas division, said in an interview that-.there are now about la men to every girl around Anchorage, and added: "There ire too many men. You get tired of them. I didn't think it was possible, but the day before war was declared I said: 'If I see another soldier I'll scream." "Many of the men come to us vith their home problems. I've ooked at so many baby pictures I could draw them." Miss Conrardy declared tna 'No one talks about beating the Germans up there--just the Japs. They talk of Tokio, and o how they're going to meet each other there in 1945. The fellows are anticipating army service after peace comes in an army o occupation for a period of maybi five years." The hostess plans to visit he parents in New London, Iowa before returning to her post. BIRTHDAY PARTY HONORS 2 GUESTS Miss Elaine Tcrhufen' and Ralph Burrier were honored at a birth day party given by Mr. and Mrs Elmer Person at their home, 421 Polk place southwest. Hostesse; were Mrs. Burrier and Jean Ter hufen. There were 12 guests am prizes were awarded to Charle Gibbs, Jr., Mr. Burrier, Alic Zerble and Louie Terhufcn. Mrs. Rogness Leads )jscussions at L. D. R. Meeting at Trinity The Trinity L. D. R. met at the hurch parlors Monday evening ,'ilh Mrs. Harold Hendrickson as .ostess. Mrs. A. N. Rogness presented a iscussion of the Lutheran wor- hip, its symbols and their signifi- ance. E d n a liaatveit led in Scripture reading and prayer. Mrs Addison Olson presented a piano olo. At the business meeting preced- ng the program it was decided to arry out the plan of having committees to take care of program -icstess, and social activities, anc he chairmen appointed are, re- peclivcly, Miss Mamie Christianen, M i s s Hulda Holmlund an (Irs. E. Finer. JOHXSOX-MUNSON OSAGE--Clifford Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson returned to Navy Pier Tuesda; morning, after a 72 hour leave. H was married to Miss LaVada Mun son of Waterloo, at the parenta Henry Johnson home, Sunday aft crnoon by the Rev. Glen Hartong Attendants were Mr. and Mrs Fred Jenson of Albert Lea. Fol lowing the wedding, a dinner was served for the guests. The Henry Johnsons are former residents of Osage, moving to a farm near Orchard, last year. PERMANENT SPECIALS Self Setting Vegetable Oil Wave $2.50 Complete ,, Written roar, with every wave. Reconditioning Oil Wove Any Style $3 $3,50 $4 $5 Ringlet Curl, requires no setting $2 CHARLES GILBERT 24-A 1st S. E. -- PHONE 1(86 Across Fran SUtc UqMr Store Sodality Has dinner Party as Farewell Members of the Sodality o£ Our Lady of St. Joseph parish ad a dinner meeting Monday vening at the Adams home, 680 ;ast State street, the guest of onor being Miss Ruth Garman vho is leaving soon for Dubuque. farewell gift was presented to ler. Miss Frances Dormedy and Miss udy Hogan-were in charge of rrangements for the dinner and lowers and candles centered the able. A business session followed with liss Dormedy, prefect, in charge. Committee reports were made by lublicity, eucharistic, apostolic, ur lady and Girl Scout chairmen. Plans were discussed for the February meeting which will in- lude a sleigh ride with the Misses Dormedy, Hogan, Louise Vlacket, Mary Durkin, Shirley Gerard, Mary Louise Wasley in harge. It was decided to have the communion intention for the first Sunday in February a spiritual ouquet for Monsignor P. S. O'Connor. After the business session, cards and games were the diversions of the evening. 'anel Discussion 'lanned for Monroe funior High P. T. A. Monroe Jpnior High P. T. A. vill have a panel discussion conducted by seven teachers on ques- ipns sent in by parents at its meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 at the school. The discussion will include such :opics as the health of the students, :he co-operation between parents and teachers, the grading system, he music courses and new methods in teaching. There will be two numbers by the girls chorus, directed, by Margaret M. Peterson. STEVEN-BLACKMAN SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven announce the marriage of their son, Wilbur C., to Miss Jean Blackman of Jacksonville, Pla., at the Baptist church, Dec. 31. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. 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