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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 9, 1944
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State B*A*R, Conference Delinquency Discussed for P. T. A. Madison P. T. A. met Wednesday afternoon at the school house with the Rev. Aubrey Edmonds addressing the group on "Juvenile Delinquency." Mrs. C. L. Kittleson opened the meeting and the national anthem was sung. Mrs. M. Nail announced the program. The presidents' messages were read by Mrs. E. Allen and Mrs. C. L. Kittleson. The 1st grade rhythm band played "The Shoemakers Dance," "The Glow Worm" and "Pop Goes the Weasel." Tony Jensen announced the numbers and the band leader was Delores Rezab. Mrs. Mary Ervin sang "In the Time of Roses," "Because" anc ''Cloud Shadows." Mrs. Roth announced the Parent Education meeting for March 14 at the school. Miss Florence Berhow's 1st grade won the attendance prize. The Is grade mothers were hostesses with Mrs. Tyler as chairman. . --o-DO-A-LOT CLUB 15 ENTERTAINED Do-A-Lot club met Wednesda t · with Mrs..Lola Sawtelle, 110 18th ·\V.S. p E.,' and the time was spent in '; Red Cross work. A box was sen i to Pvt. Roger Johnson and a gif to Mrs. Dora Thomas. It wa voted to contribute So to the Ret Cross. There were 4 guests, the Misses Ruth and Vera Thomas Mrs. Mabel Dahlke ' and Mrs Alpha F l a t n e s s . Lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Johnson. --o-Cocoa beans were collected as taxes by the Aztec emperor. W. C. T. U. Meeting leld at Clappers Woman's Christian Temperance Jnion met Wednesday at the iome of Mrs. A. V. Clapper, 510 Madison N. W., Miss Minnie Lien presiding. The devotional study was "Fear and Obedience." Plans were discussed for the state convention which will' be held in Mason City in October. The state president, Mrs. Lydia Stott of Marshalltown will arrive ' in Mason City March 29 and W. C. T. U. members will meet with her at the Cerro Gordo hotel. The day will be spent in perfecting plans for the convention. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. W. A. Cagle, 12 IGth S. E. on April 12. --o-Officers Elected by Double 12 Club Double 12 club met at the home of Mrs. Huron Thompson Wednesday with 19 members present. Guests were Mmes. Clark Dearduff, William Diercks, Frank Kelck, Herman Zerble and Alvin Green. The club elected Mrs. Dean Blum president, Mrs. Ralph Vosburg, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Earl Hoffman, leader; Mrs. Fred Diercks, assitsant leader; and Mrs. Harold Diercks, publicity chairman. The lesson on "Shopping in a Wartime Clothing Market" was discussed and games were played with prizes going to Mrs. William Mcllrath and Mrs. Ralph Vosburg. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Harold Thompson, April 12. at Meeting of Chapter C_*^ Jf^ Forest City Setting of Forest City -- Miss Virginia Steinbeger, daughter of Mrs. Vernon Steinberger, and Cadet Evans L. Anderson of Upsala, Minn., were married by the Rev. Elmer Reinerston at the Immanuel Lutheran church Tuesday. The bride was attended by Mrs. John Mason as matron of honor. Marylin Steinberger, sister of the bride, and Margaretta Miller, both of Mason City, w e r e bridesmaids. Sue Thomas served as flower girl. The Rev. John Mason was best man and O. J. Johnson and Joseph T. Peterson were ushers. A reception for about 80 relatives and friends was held in the church basement. Mrs. Evanson is a graduate of Forest City high school and attended Teachers college at Cedar Falls. She has taught in the rural schools of Winnebago county for several years. She will continue her teaching for the present. Cadet Anderson has a B. A. and M. A. degree in public school ad-# ministration from the University of Minnesota. 'He was director of teacher training at Waldorf college for 3 years before his enlistment in the U. S. army in September of '42. He is attending the University of Wisconsin and returned to his studies there Wednesday. G£A/rtE SOAP/ For baby^s tender skin ... for baby's silky hair... use pure, mild Sweetlleart Soap! Such soft, creamy lather; such gentle y el thorough cleansing; such delicate fragrance-lhi-se arc the qualities that make SweclHcart Soap so justly famous for precious babies. SWEETHEART""" SOAP H I T A G fi £ E S Two Great Suits for Boys 1. Style as illustrated above in blue or red Crompton corduroy. Jackets with zipper fronts. Jumper style pants. A g e s 4 to 10. £.50 2. Style as illustrated above in air blue Lanshire cavalry twill. Button jacket. Jumper style pants. Ages 4 to 10. f*.50 Both are of the well known Windbreaker quality. Nationally advertised by Windbreaker at these prices. Gef to Know MRS. EVANS ANDERSON THURSDAY Woman's orchestra-6:30, Music hall. Harding P. T. A.-7:30, school. Calvary Lutheran Build-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 Hilton division-8, Mrs. T. M. Hilton, 319 1st N. W. Baptist D. O. A.-B, Mrs. C. E. Oeschger, 521 14th . S. E. St. James Senior league-8, EInora Broers. Home Craft club-8, Manual arts building. R. N. A.-B, Moose hall. Anchor Encampment-auxiliary-", L O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY First Christian Woman's departmental study-1:45, church. First Presbyterian g r o u p s 1,2 and 3-2, church. Mary and Martha circle-7:30, Mrs. Luke Wessels, 30 2Ist S. E. Rainbow Veterans auxiliary-8, Service Men's club. Congregational Women's guild-1, church. First Methodist W. S. C. S.-1, circle I, Mrs. M. C. Swenson 308 Vermont S. E., circle 7. Mrs A. D. Paige, 742 12th N. E. circle 10, Mrs. E. D. Dunlop, 222 fith N. W.; 1:15, circle 2, Mrs L. L. Minor, 610 6th S. E., circle 3, Mrs. Duncan McCallum, 1515 Delaware S. E., circle 4, Mrs Erdix Swift, 108 4th N. E., circle 5. Mrs. Milton Bergland, 11' llth N. E., circle 6, Mrs. H. E Kuppingcr, 1431 Carolina N. E. circle 8. Mrs. Gustave Augus tadt, 330 2nd S. W., circle 9 Mrs. Etta Fowler, 316 2nd N W., circle 11, Mrs. Glenn Gil bert, 1012 1st N. W., circle 12 Mrs. John McConnell, 122 Presi dent court, circle 14, Mrs. H. E Kennedy, 212 15th N. W. Red Cross Volunteers-1:15 to 4:30, Lincoln sewin; room. Our Saviour's Dorcas circle-1:30, Our Saviour's church. St. Ursula's circle-1:30, Mrs. Harlcy Weber, 131 Pennsylvania S. E. Pleasant Ridge club-Mrs. Clara Johnson. St. Anne's guild (Episcopal)-2, Mrs. E. G. Morse, 28 Carotin S. E. Trinity Garfield circle-7:30, Mrs. Clifford Pierce, 23 6th S. E. Joint Labor legislative committee 7:30, Labor temple. L. A. P. M.-8, I. O. O. F. hall. JOLLY-TIMERS CLUB PLANS FOR DANCE The Jolly-Timers club will mee in the Y. M. C. A. for a danc j Saturday evening. Macks ban will furnish the music. --o-Map reading at night withoi ihe aid of light is now possibl with a fluorescent plastic envelop in which the map is placed. hild Care instruction o Be Given Junior high school girls will ave an opportunity to learn how care for children during their pring vacation when the Y. W. A. Girl Reserve committee, ended by Mrs. Jay Tubbesing, 'ill provide a course of inslruc- on. Mrs. Louis Wolf is in charge of le j u n i o r high section of the Girl eserve committee which met Vedncsday at the Y. W. C. A. to utlinc plans for the short course \pril 3-6. On these 4 clays, the girls will e given as much instruction as ossible in the care of children. Irs. Wolf will be in charge the rst day when the session will e on what the mother expects of he girl she hires. On the 2nd day, Irs. G. E. Harrison will teach ie girls what to do in cmergen- ies. Miss Virginia Thomas will ave charge of the 3rd session on vhat the girls can expect of lite mothers who hire them. On the ast day, there will be games and torytelling with Miss Mary Ellen Evans directing the group. The girls who complete the ourse will be given certificates nd their names will be placed on he Y. W. recommended list. Plans re being made (o issue a leaflet to mothers explaining the instruc- ion the girls have had. the pro- ailing rates snd working hours. The course is for all junior high chool girls and already 28 Roosevelt girls have signed up. No girl under junior high age will be aken, but any senior high school !irl who course. On Federal -- Opposite the Park ftfewttmcl^cfcwps HELP PREVENT MAMY Put a few drops of Va-tre-fld up tach nostril at the very first sniffle or sneeze. Its quick action aids Nature's defenses , against colds. Follow directions JnfbUer. War Efforts Are Listed at Session Reports on the 45th annual assembly of the Iowa Daughters of the American Revolution held in Des Moincs Feb. 28, 29 and March 1 were given by Mrs. Raymond Coo, Mrs. Fred Hcddcns and Mrs. George Burmeister at the meeting of the Mason City chapter Wednesday evening, following a pol luck supper at the home of Mrs. John Moen, 6 l l t h N. E. During a short business session, plans were made for purchasing a bond for the chapter at a future date. Miss Dorothy Ransom, bond c h a i r m a n , reported t h a t she would have stamps for sale at each meeting. The juniors, of the chapter will write to an Iowa boy stationed on an LCI boat as one of their projects this year. In the convention reports, it was announced that DCS Moines was selected as the meeling place for the next state assembly. In resolutions, the Iowa D. A. R. expressed its conviction that "international machinery must be created for the establishment of a just peace and the prevention of future aggression and that the United States in its own self interest must participate therein." The group went on record as approving the liquidation of the NYA, endorsing the pure food, drugs and cosmetics act, the formation of local committees to combat juvenile delinquency and the enactment of legislation which would establish the women's auxiliary ferrying squadron on the same status as other organized women's armed forces. It condemned the black market and commended victory gardens, the Red Cross, girls as farm- erettes, 4-H clubs, Boy Scouts, Future Farmers and defense boards. D. A. R. contributions to the war effort were listed to include the giving of 218,000 blood donations, contribution of $225,000. for J I M A R C H I E Soloists w i t h the Mason City MRS. J. E. STINEHART _--, Woman's Symphony orchestra when it performs its a n n u a l concert Sunday afternoon at 3'30 in the high school auditorium will be Mrs. J. E. Stineltart, pianist, and Jim Archie, tenor. Mrs. Stinehart. who in the 1942 concert played the Mendelssohn Concerto in G Minor" with the orchestra, will this year play "Concerto Opus 16" by Edvard Grieg, using the allegro molto moderate anci the allegro moderate marcato movements. The St. Patrick's day season will be recognized in the numbers which Mr. Archie will sing with orchestral accompaniment, "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" by Ernest Ball and "Mother Machrce" by Olcutt-Ball. Matinee Musicale club is sponsoring the concert and conducting an advance ticket sale. the purchase o£ 18 blood donor centers permanent 35 mobile wishes may take the W. A. C. CLUB HAS MEETING AT HOME W. A. C. met at the home of Mrs. E. Ellison, 509 Madison N. W. tnd the afternoon was spent in sewing. A money making project "or the war effort was conriuctect. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Carl Holvik. High Waist That's the smart new note in jumpers, and you'll also like the trim fit ol the slightly built-up waistline. A very easy style to make. No. 3724 in size 16 requires 3 yards 35 inch fabric for jumper cut on the bias; and 2 yards 35 inch for long-sleeved blouse. No. 11215 is a transfer pattern, including 24 motifs suit- ·able for applique. Send 16c for each Pattern. 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 stylos in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early. I5c a copy, or only lOc w i t h a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. I units, 12 station wagons, 4 sedans, 1 ambulance truck, 1 truck and 2 canteens, purchase of nearly 32 million dollars' worth of war bonds since last April, distribution to servicemen ot thousands of buddy bags. --o-- , Kirchhoff-Schipull Nuptials Performed Luverne--Miss Stella Schipull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schipull, and Pfc. Herbert S. KirchhofE of Humboldt, were married March 5, after the services at the Lutheran church by the Rev. L. WHtehburg. The couple was attended byJVliss Elcanora Schipull, sister of the bride, and Norman Kirchhoff, brother of the bridegroom. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents, for the bridal party, relatives and close friends. Sunday evening, a shower was held for the bride and bridegroom at the Schipull home. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Max Thompson of I,os Angeles visited in Mason City Wednesday, en route to Charles City where she was called by the death of her father, Frank Johnson. Mrs. Claude Potter, 925 Adams N. W., lias returned from Evanston, III., where she visited for n month with Mr. and Mrs. C. Allen Elliott. Mrs. Elliott -will be remembered as Hazel Potter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Ambroson and Mrs. O. H. K. Eiclnhl. all of Lcland, have been guests at the Louis Erickson home, 228 25th S. W. K. B. AUXILIARY CONDUCTS MEETING K. B. auxiliary met for dinner Wednesday evening at the Cerro Gordo hotel. celebrating the birthdays of 5 members. St. Patrick's decorations were used. A business session was conducted and Mrs. Ira Stinson had the lesson on "Women at Work." Later the group went to the Methodist church for the lecture by Dr. Charles Evans Schofielrl. --o-HAPPY HOMEMAKERS 4-H CLUB MEETS Happy Homemakers 4-H club met at the home ot Ileen Trcvett where a demonstration on the canning of meats was given by Miss Trcvett. Miss Lucille Buchanan explained the processes. La- \ vonnc Cahalan reported on the varieties of jar lids used in canning. Irene Dearduff joined the club. Four members have entered the Victory Garden club. Lunch was served JACOBSON-GROVES Garner--The marriage of Bonnie Groves, daughter of A d o l p h Groves of Forest City, and Elvin Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thor Jacobson of Garner, look place March 1st in Forest City with the Rev. C. H. Petterson officiating. The bride is employed in Roe's Super Vain market here nnd the bridegroom recently completed his boot training at Farragut, Idaho, and was recently assigned to a ship in the U. S. navy. --o-FRIENDLY VICTORY GROUP HAS SESSION Friendly Victory group met Wednesday at Moose hall for a card party. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. Clarence Loomcr and Mrs. Willis Bcmiss and 500 prizes to Mrs. Verna C o f f i n and Mrs. Shelby Beery. Mrs. Coffin received the attendance prize. The next meeting will be March 22. Calhoun Gives Talk at McKinley John Calhoun talked on "Delinquency in Children" at the mcel- ing of the McKinley P. T. A. Wednesday afternoon at the school, pointing out that according to the records, Mason City delinquency is low. Reasons for delinquency given by the speaker included working parents, loo much money for the children, war nerves, absence of the young men from the community. He said that there are children who the social agencies cannot reach and indicated that the fact that Mason City recognizes delinquency as a problem and works to combat it is a good sign. Mrs. H. L. Leake talked on the work which the McKinley U. S. W. division is doing. Miss Edna Pyle, Y. W. C. A. secretary, outlined the plans for Girl Reserves and junior high girls for spring vacation and announced a tea for women o[ the McKinley district. The 2nd grade children presented a program including 2 plays, "The Sick Doll" and "Winter ami Spring," arid a singing game, "In Wooden Shoes." The 2nd grade girls sang. During the business session. Miss Grace Curran read the president's message. Appointment of a nominating committee was recommended and it was voted to buy flags for the rooms which are lot per cent "in war stamp and bond sales. The Parent Education group meeting was announced for the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Mrs. N. T. DcWilt, legislative chairman, urged the members to vote in the school election. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Forest City--The Winnebago county clerk has issued marriag licenses lo Glenn Shropshire Thompson, and Maxine Moen Forest City; Chauncoy Lund Mason City, and R u t h Harms o B u f f a l o Center; Elmo Iverson an Violet Eilerlon, both of Kicste Minn.; Evans Anderson, Upsola Minn., nnd Virginia Steinberger o Forest City. --o-The electron, smallest unit o matter, first was identified in 1874 by an Irishman, C. J. Sloney. Harms Bride of Chauncey Lund R a k e -- M i s s R u t h ' Harms aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harr larms of Buffalo Center, becnm he bride of Chauncey Lund c lason City, son of Mr. and Mr. .ud C. Lund of Rake March t the Iinmnnuel Lutheran churc it Forest City with the Rev. M Reinerlson officialing. They were attended by Clarii: -cobson of Rake and Jack Steir erg of Buffalo Center. The bride is a graduate of 11' Buffalo Center high school and employed in the o f f i c e of II r ensvold Implement companv ; Buffalo Center. The bridegroo: s a graduate of the Rake hit, school and served with the U. marines until he received a med cal discharge about a year ag lo is now attending the Hamillo ~chool of Commerce in Maso City. ---o-Buy War Savings Rands Stamps from your Globc-Gazct carrier hoy. hursday, March 9, 19M 15 ASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Mrs. Shaver !s Elected by V. F. W. A. New officers were elected and memorial services and draping o£ te charter conducted at the meet- ig of the Veterans of Foreign Vars auxiliary Wednesday eve- ing at their hall with the presi- cnt, Mrs. Elmer Zoigler, presid- 'K. Solemn services were held for ·Trs. Madeline Walsh, deceased, ast department president. Mrs. Fern Shaver was elected ^resident; Mrs. Basil Kintz, senior ·ice president; Mrs. Alice Hos- ettler, j u n i o r vice president; Mrs. imma Duncan, chaplain; Mrs. Henderson, treasurer; Mrs. Mbcrt Snow, guard: Mrs. Julia Borack. guard. Mrs. R. J. Macket, VIrs. Otto Engcbrotson and Mrs. igler were elected trustees. Mrs. Hcdwlg Olson of Denison, lewly appointed department pres- dcut talked on V. F. W. auxiliary vork. Mrs. Olson gave the membership obligation to Mines. Anna 3eeg, Elva Harrington, Anna leiv.og, Elizabeth Jones, Minnie enner, Elva Laughlin, Margaret Olson, Elizabeth Polncek, Hazel Schnffer and M. Talone. Mrs. Thressa Serril of Waterloo, Srd district president, was introduced and spoke briefly. Gifts vere presented to the honored luests. Mrs. Iva Burgart, chairman of the annual birthday dinner to be held at the hall March 2D, announced that her committee would include Mrs. Barbara Welsh, cochairman. Mines. M i n n i e Schrocder, E., Anita Nelson, John Pinta, Edward Pearson, Clara Jorgenson, Louie Terhufen, Nick Dehan, Ralph Binrier, L. A. Morey. Reese Henderson, Basil Kinlz and Fern Shaver. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Shaver, phone 4428. A program has been arranged by Mrs. Emma Duncan. There will be dancing following the dinner for friends of the organization. Ralph Geer's band will play. Assisting at the Canteen begin- ng March 14 will be Mrs. Kenner, Mrs. Elva Harrington, Mrs. Xintz. and Mrs. F. Patterson. Tile next meeting will be at the hall April 12 when the newly elective and appointive officers will be installed. The Mason City post has been asked to entertain the 3rd district convention April 1G. --o-Tuberculosis is the 7th cause of death today in the U. S. Try This Old Home-Mixed Cough Relief, Surprising! Child Could Make It. No Cooking. Big Saving. You may not know it. but, in your own kitchen, you can easily prepare a. really surprising relief for coughs due to colds. It's old-fashioned-- your mother probably used it--but real results, it can't ho beaten. First, make, a syrup by stirring 2 cups granulated .sujjar and ono cup of water a few moments, until dissolved. Or you can use corn symp or liquid honey, instead of sugar syrup. No cookinc needed. It's no trouble. Then set 2i,i ounces of Tincx from any druggist. This Is a special compound of proven ingredients, in concentrated form, w e l l k n o w n for prompt action in throat and bronchial 'rotations. Put the Pinex into a pint bottle, and add your syrup. Thus you nuiko a full pint of really splendid cough syrup, anil yoiiRCtnbout fourtimcs ns mticHfor yourmoney. It ncvcrspolls. anil children lovo its pleasant taste. Anil for quick relief, it's a u-ondcr. It loosens I ha phleprm.sooUics the Irritated membranes, eases tho soreness, and makes brcalhini; easy. If not pleased, your money will be refunded. New Cream Deodorant Sajcly helps Stop Perspiration 1. Docs no: rot dresses or men's shirts. Docs not i:rirj;tr sfcin. 2. N o w a i i f r i R t o J r y . Can he mcil rifihc after sluvjnc,. 3. P r e v e n t s u r u l e r - a r m odor. Helps sroj pcrspiraiion safely. 4. A pure, white, a n t i s e p t i c , stainless vanishing cream. 5. A w a r d e d A p p r o v a l Sea! of American I n s t i t u t e of Fjuinticr- ing -- harmless to fabric. Use A "id rcpufarlv. OQ . ?^N ^' ' ktf A A l - o I C f ^ l S ^ j a r s MOXHUMT Fleecy... and gentle as a lamb! It goes with anything ... this dream of a coal! 100% wool fleece, velvet-collared overcoat in French Blue, Red. Nude or Grey. Sizes 10-20. $37.50 "SEE YOU TOMORROW"

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