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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FirrtRed_Cross Nurse's Aid Class in Community I _V»C»/NTl r»4-1 r-vl/» _____^________^__- _ . WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1943 Graduation Exercises Are Planned Mason City's first Red Cross nurse's aide class will be graduated Monday evening at 7:30 in the Music hall when caps and pins will be presented to the 11 women who have completed their training. The graduation exercises are open to all who are interested in attending. The program will include talks · by Dr. C. E. Dakin, Cerro Gordo chairman of the emergency medical service of the civilian defense council, and by Dr. George M Crabb. Miss Kathryn Wenzel, head of the nursing arts department of the Mercy hospital, who has taugh the class will present the caps ant pins to the graduates and they will receive their certificates from Mrs. H. L. Campbell. Members of the class are Mrs Don Adams, Mrs. Don Henn, Mrs W. C. Lundberg, Mrs. Mildred Mall, Mrs. Sam Richer, Mrs. Car Schneider, Mrs. Earl Sheka, Mrs Barney Sweeney, Mrs. Gertrude Sprengler, Mrs. Arlene Waldmoe and Mrs. Ruth Brown Ward. The nurse's aide is the Red Cross's answer to the shortage o nurses which is becoming apparent as more graduated nurses are being called into army atid nav service. It is planned to start another class in Mason City in the spring. - Mr. and Mrs. Prudhon to Mark Anniversary NASHUA--Mr. and Mrs. Francis Prudhon will celebrate Ihei fiftieth wedding anniversary on Sunday with a family dinner. Miss Anna Marie Peterson anc Francis Prudhon were marriet Jan. 26, 1893, in the MethocJis parsonage at Eagle Grove by the Rev. Mr. Flannigan, pastor. After their marriage they settled a Woolstock where Mr. Prudhon engaged in the implement and hardware business. Forty-three years ago they came to Nashua and he has been actively engaged in the hardware business here since then and the past 2a years has owned a store of his own. His son, Herbert, is associated with him in the business Mr. Prudhon is 74 years old and his wife 73. They have four children, Wayne and Herbert, Nashua; Mabel, Chicago, 111, and Glenn, Plainfield, N. J. Miss Velva McLain Married in Denver Miss Velva McLain, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. John McLain of Scarville, and Pvt. Helmer T Bang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bang of Joice, were married Jan. 5 by the Rev. Mr. Lorimer in the Lutheran parsonage at Denver, Colo. Mrs. Bang has been making her home in Denver while Mr. Bang is in the army air corp school at Buckley field near Denver. CLEAR LAKE COUPLE GETS LICENSE TO WED A marriage license has been issued by the clerk of the Cerro Gordo county district court to Thorvald Nielsen, legal, and Christine Nielsen, legal, both of Clear Lake. WEDS IN KANSAS--HANLONTOWN--Mrs. Darlene Florence announces the marriage of her daughter, Patricia, of Hanlontown to Pvt. Donald E. Ouverson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ouverson of Fertile, Jan. 14. at the Post Chapel at Camp Phillips, Kans Major Kerns, post chaplain, read the ceremony. They were attended by Sgt John Beardsley and Miss Helen Howard. A wedding dinner was served at the Puritan cafe following the ceremony. Mrs. Ouverson has been employed by the Bell Telephone company at Mason City but has been transferred to the offices a Salina, Kans., where they are making their^home. Orion C. Anderson, Geraldirie Parry Are Married in Florida Miss Geraldine Catherine Perry daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Perry of Forest City, and Orion C Anderson of Miami, Fla., son o Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Anderson 01 Ventura, were married at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Miami, Dec. 24 by the Rev. G. K. Andeen. The bride's attendants were the Misses Josephine Elard and Carol Young, both of Miami, and the bridegroom's attendants, F. B. Landreth of Ncenah, Wis., and Eugene Gibson of St. Paul. The bride wore a white dress with a slight train and a fingertip veil caught in a tiara of orange blossoms. Her flowers were red roses. A dinner parly was served at he Miami Trail following the ceremony. The bride was graduated from the Garner high school and Waldorf college and attended the Mac- 3 hail school of music in Minneapolis, Drake university and Iowa State Teachers college and has cen teaching in Dunlap the past hree years. Mr. Anderson was graduated rom the Ventura high school and s attending a naval engineering chool at Miami, where they are GREEN-BUCKNELL CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs :hff Bueknell of Charles City, announce the marriage of their daughter, Magdalene, to John A 5reen of Cedar Rapids, performed Jan. 14 by the Rt. Rev Monsignor Malloy of Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Green will be at home in Cedar Rapids where Mr. Green is employed by Collins Radio. YOUR HANDS Out J* r ront ^^*^ °°^^^ il oi ell Toilet Goods Counters · Buy ,i oj f i t Toilet Goods -homherlains t 0 T I 0 N THINK-for just a moment how important butter is No matter how many meals you prepare during the day, at what time, or what kind of dinners or light lunches ... Butter has some part in the menu. Something, as important as butter is, deserves to be the best. That's why we recommend DISTRIBUTED BY Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Mason City Pair Wedded in Churdan Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Ruth Monahan, daughter of Mrs. Maryan Monahan of Churdan, a n d Theodore A. Stirling, son of Mrs. Laura Stirling, 604 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, performed Tuesday morning at the Churdan Catholic church by the Rev. Father Schumacher. The bride wore a blue dress with brown accessories. She is a former employe of the Florimel beauty shop in the Merkel store and at present operates a beauty shop at Churdan. Mr. Stirling is a baker t h i r d class in the navy, stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Training station. Caryl Wenner Bride of R. Christiansen DECORAH--Announcement -has been made of the marriage of Miss Caryl Wennes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wennes of Winneshiek county, to Russell Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Christiansen, formerly oi Decorah, now of Oelwein, which took place in the Lutheran church at Norfolk, Va., Jan. 8. Attendants were Miss Jackie Stelts and Al Green. Both the bride and bridegroom attended high school in Decorah. She has been employed by the General Electric company in Norfolk, and he is an airplane mechanic in the navy, and is stationed in Norfolk. omemaker By MBS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Tongue a Variety Meat Variety meats are not restricted and they are good buys. These meats are inexpensive and very nutritious. Dinner Menu (Serving 4 or 5) Braised Tongue Buttered Carrots and Turnips Whole Wheat Biscuits Fruit Salad Bowl Maple Indian Pudding Tea Cream Braised Tongue 1 fresh tongue 1 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons fat, melted 2 cups tongue stock . 3 tablespoons chopped onions 1-3 cup chopped celery 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Vt teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons brown sugar Vi teaspoon dry mustard Scrub the tongue and tie it into a circle with white cord. Add salt o water and add tongue. Simmer hours. When cool enough to handle discard skin and muscles at he thick end of the tongue. Tie ongue again in a circle and place n baking pan. Sprinkle with 2 ablespoons flour and add rest o£ ngredients. Cover and bake an lour. Uncover and bake 10 minutes. Baste every 15 minutes with drippings left in pan. Remove to serving platter. Discard cord and cut tongue into thin crossway slices (leave it in the round shape on the platter.) Fill center with buttered carrots and turnips. Maple Indian Pudding 1 Vi cup cornmcal % cup raisins, optional 3 cups milk 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 2 eggs, beaten % cup maple sirup 2-3 teaspoon salt Vt teaspoon nutmeg Vt teaspoon cinnamon Mix together cornmeal, raisins and 2i£ cups milk. Cook in upper part of double boiler, directly over heat for 5 minutes. Stir frequent ly. Cook covered in double boile for 15 minutes. (Fill lower part o£ boiler 14 full of hot water.) Add butter, eggs, sirup, salt and spices Beat and pour into buttered, baking dish. Pour rest of milk over top. Bake in pan of hot water IV, hours in moderate oven. Serve this pudding hot with cream. PHOENICIAN CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Phoenician club met Tuesday evening at the Adams home, 680 East State street, with Miss Eleanor McLaughlin as hostess. Miss Louise Macket reviewed "The Eve of St. Mark" by Maxwell Anderson. Mrs. Henry Miller of New York City, a charter member, was a guest. --o-- KOSEJI.ARIE SOUKUP WILL BE MARRIED SPILLV1LLE--Banns for the forthcoming marriage of Edward Sabetka of near Cresco and Rosemarie Soukup of this parish were announced at the St Wenceslaus church. WEDNESDAY First Christian Men's club-6:30, church, pot luck dinner, international brotherhood program. Lincoln Parent Education group -Postponed. Wa-Tan-Ye club- Mrs. W. R'. Hamilton, 823 Jefferson avenue northwest. V. F. W, auxiliary- Postponed. Trinity Lincoln circle -7:30, Mrs. L. A. Whipplc, 652 First street southeast. Degree of Honor Carnation club -- T§ Reliete Miseries of Head COLDS Put a p»»»»» Va-tro-nol up each nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes irritation, ctogged P rK*e. FoUow VICKS VATM-NOI Shirtwaist Frock O NE dress that never lets you down is the dependable shirtwaist dress. And when it's styled as skillfully as this one is, it's truly a joy forever, because it will look both soft and flattering and do the best by your figure. It's really a comfort to choose a style now that you know will do you faithful service all season long, and when you've made it, you'll wonder ho wyou ever lived without it. Style No. 2073JS designed for sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 36 38 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 requires 3% yards 39-inch fabric. Send ISc (plus Ic to cover cost of ma iling) 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. 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 COMBS-DAUGHENBAUGH CRESCO--Mrs. Paul Daughenbaugh of Cresco announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Betty McKmstry, to Bert Combs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Combs, of Crescc, which took place at the Methodist parsonage in Ames Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Combs were graduated from the Cresco high school and Mr, Combs is now a student at Ames. S., Mmes. Harold 8, P. G , ,, Wasley, Clarence Herr,"nost- esses. Holy Family circle 2-8, Mrs. G. J. Sartor, 317 Fifth street northwest, Mrs. Clinton Conrey, assisting. Harding Parent Education group 8, school, Monroe-Washinffion Parent Education group-8, school, nutrition talk. THURSDAY O. T. club-2, Mrs. Dick Currie, 417 Vermont avenue southeast bridge Madison P. T. A.-8, school, Roosevelt minstrel show. Sans Souci club-Postponed to Jan. 28. A. V. S. W. V. circle-2:15, Mrs. Ella Maddy, Adams avenue northwest. Holy Family circle 9-7:30, Mrs. Lloyd Jones. Jefferson avenue northwest, Mrs. Frank Berry assisting. Our Saviour's Kebbeca circle-1:30, church, sewing bee, Mrs. Randall Jones, hostess. Baptist Y. W. A.-Postponed to Jan. 28. History club-Mrs, Roy Bosworth, 123 Second street southeast, Mrs. C. I. Snyder, hostesses. Central Heights P. T. A.-8, school. Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewin" 1:15 to 4:15, 7 to 9, 211 North Federal, 1:30, Roosevelt school, surgical dressings. Newcomers club-I :3 ,°.'Y. W. C. A., benefit bridge. Hanford Ladies aid-1, Mrs. David Diercks, husbands as guests. 913 1422 * * * * * * # Sorosis club-1:30, Mrs. Myron Stephenson, 314 Carolina avenue southeast. Holy Family circle 8-1:30, Mrs. I. R. Weaver, 629 Ninth street northeast, Mrs. Frank Jansen, assisting;. Trinity Forest Park circle-2, Mrs. Henry A. Kueck, 1206 Sixth street southwest. Holy Family circle No. 11-2, Mrs. L. Di Marco, 16 V- Twelfth street northwest. SI. James circle 3-2, Mrs. O. Peters, 440 Fifth street southwest. Wesley W. S. C. S: 2, circle A, Mrs. W. L. Thomas. 2315 Nineteenth street southwest, circle B, Mrs. H. W. ·Brodt, 2115 South Federal avenue, circle C, Mrs. F. Stockberger, 511 Twenty-first street southeast, circle D, Mrs. V. Polansky, 325 Fourteenth street southeast, circle E. Mrs. R. P. Anderson, 1203 Pennsylvania avnue southeast, circle F Mrs T. W. McDonald, 709 Massachusetts avenue southeast, circle G Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson, 44 Linden drive, circle H, Mrs. C. Benson, 910 Carolina avenue northeast. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-2. church parlors, talk by C. E. Gilman. Energetic class-Congregational church. Child Evangelism Fellowship-2, Y. W. C. A. R. N.»A. Health club-2, Moose hall. Immanuel Central division 2:30, Mrs. B. T. Erholm, 215 Fifth street southeast. Jefferson P. T. A.-7:30, school, dad's night, Henry Pendergraft speaker, board at 7 Monroe Junior High P. T. A -7:30, school. St. James Junior league-7:30, M e r v i n and Deloris Thompson. Women of the Moose-7:30,- Moose hall. L. O. T. O 8, I. O. O. F, hall. Central Lutheran Evening group-8, Mrs. Leslie Snyder, 1221 Rhode Island avenue northeast Athenian club-Mrs. Walter Martin, 930 Madisor avenue northwest, program. Mr= Gerald West. Mrs. M. E. Kelly. SALLY'S SALLIES NO- IWAN-frr DOME UP IK A BUM Americanism Essay Work Sponsored gion of by by Members of the American Leon auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon in the Service Men's club for their monthly business session during which it was voted to sponsor the Americanism essay contest in the schools. Mrs. H. H. Boyce is chairman Americanism for the unit and will have charge of the contest. Mrs. J. J. Sheldon reported on the holiday activities of the welfare committee which included distributing 10 large Christmas baskets to needy families as well as giving remembrances to gold star mothers and orphans of veterans. .Reports were made by other committee chairmen at the session at which Mrs. Willis Bemiss president, presided. Woman's Relief Corps Circle Has Luncheon The Woman's Relief corps cir:le met for a 1 o'clock luncheon and social time in the V. F. W. hall Tuesday. At the close of the luncheon devotions were led Mrs. Sarah Crawford followed the pledge to the flag. Hostesses were Mrs. Crawford Mrs. C. E. Sherwood, Mrs. G U Burmeister. Mrs. Ida Slack, Mrs. Fred Sweeney, Mrs. Abbie Layman, Mrs. Laura Hunt, Mrs. Nellie Chester and Mrs. Lavina Whipple. A business meeting, with Mrs. Crawford presiding, followed the luncheon. It was decided to group the birthdays and honor the members quarterly. The next circle meeting will be Feb. 16 at which time a colonial costume tea party will be held with invitations extended to friends. Miss Julia Russell was named chairman and will be assisted by her committee, Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Mrs. H. F Goodwin, Mrs. Bessie Bull and Mrs. L. Miller. Games were played and prizes given. Miss Helen M. Stehn Weds Virgil Peterson STACYVILLE -- Helen Marie Stehn, daughter of Mrs. Florence Stehn of Stacyville, and Virgil R. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Peterson of lona, Minn., were married Jan. 16 in the Methodist parsonage at Austin, by the Rev. E. H. Knehans. Roberta Fretthem, a niece of the bride, was 'bridesmaid, and the bestman was Hardy Stehn, brother of the bride. ^ A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's mother and a reception and bridal shower were held there. They will be at home at Austin, Minn., after Jan. 24. DOUGLAS-YEARLING NEW HAMPTON -- Miss Dorothy Yearling, daughter of Mrs. Emma Yearling and Maynard Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Douglas, were married Jan. 16 in the parsonage of St. Paul's Lutheran church by the Rev. Theodore L. Fritschel, pastor. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jordan. The couple will live on a farm near here. --o-SCHOENFELDT-MELVER CRESCO -- Immanuel Lutheran parsonage o£ Cresco was the scene Tuesday afternoon of a marriage when Miss Iva Melvcr became the bride of Walter Schoenfeldt, both of Cresco. The Rev. L. W. Moench, pastor of the church, officiated. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wilson. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gray of Vinton have been spending a few days with her niece, Mrs. William Johnston, who is in Park hospital. * * * Lieut. Hugh J. Meehan of Ait- km, Minn., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. W. J. O'Brien, 249 Fifth street southeast, and other relatives. He is being transferred from F o r t Benning, Ga., to Camp Robinson Ark. --o-ST. ANSGAR--P. E. Highum, who has spent four weeks with his family at the home of Mrs. High- urn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Groth, left this week to continue his work on the Alcon highway. He will be stationed at Fort St. John, B. C. Canada. T $2.25 up PERMANENT WAVES Machine Permanent* $1.65 up Machineless Permanent*. . , Inecto-Cloirol Roux Dyes $2.00 Shampoo, Hair Style, Sylk Rinse 50c LA'JAMES COLLEGE OF BEAUTX CULTURE Llcensel and Approved by the Sltle Boird or Hc.llh »nd low* CaainclBltjty Rasrd of Exsminera 12 First N. W. Phone 974 Open From 9:1* to 6:0* PLANS WEDDING--M r. a n d Mrs. Herman Pueggel ot Garner announce the engagement of their daughter, Marie, to Keith Moe, SISTC U. S. coast guard, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moe. Miss Pueggcl owns and operates the Primp Beauty shop at Sheffield. Mr. Moe is stationed at Hoboken, N. J. (Russell Photo.) Candidates Are Initiated at Meeting Mason City Rainbow assembly No. 45 initiated four candidates Tuesday night in the Masonic temple at the close o£ the meeting of Alchor Shrine. Miss Lola Aderhold, worthy adviser, presided during the ceremony and thanked the shrine for the invitation extended them. Mrs. Alf Nelson, worthy high priestess of Alchor Shrine, responded. The past worthy high priestesses and past watchmen of shepherds of Alchor Shrine were honored Tuesday night and gifts were presented to them by Mrs. Nelson. A basket ot flowers was presented to Mrs. Nelson by Mi's. Artie Paxton, noble prophetess, in behalf of the shrine. Miss Lurana Warner, worthy matron of Unity chapter No. 58, O. E. S., was introduced and welcomed. Announcement was made that the school of instruction will be held Feb. 16, with Mrs. M. A. Harpster, district instructor, in charge. Miss Nina Wheeler was named chairman of the 6:30 pot luck dinner for February, --o-Golden Anniversary Observed by Couple CRESCO--Mr. and Mrs. John Lusson, farmers or, highway No. 9, west of Cresco, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with open house Jan. 17. A family dinner was served to 45 persons and friends called during the day. John Lusson and Catherine Robinet were married Jan. 17, 1893, at St. Anthony's church, Hosteis. They are the parents of seven children, all living, and all but one were present on this occasion The absent one is Victor, who has been in the U. S. navy for 17 years. There are also 22 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. CARD PARTY HELD AT I. O. O. F. HALL L. A. P. M. sponsored a card party Tuesday afternoon in the I. O. O. F. hall with Mrs. Harry Roberts, Mrs. O. Zellar, Mrs. H. B. Gardner and Mrs. Ed Deeny winning prizes. The committee included Mrs. G. G. Weida, Mrs. George Hubacher and Mrs. J. E. Lennan. Another card party will be sponsored next Tuesday by the group. House Dresses Anniversary Celebrated by Couple DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schuler who reared six foster children in addition to two of their own celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Jan. 18. They have had children in school for 40 years up to 1938 and have nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. They were married 50 years ago at the bride's parents' home, formerly known as the Popejoy estate, west of Avedale. This was also the first place where the couple began farming. * * * Mrs. Schuler was born in McVeytown, Ponn., in 1872, and came to Iowa when three years old with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanawalt. Mr. Schuler was born at Lester Center, close to Dunkerton in Black Hawk county in 1871 and came to Dumont when 13 years of age with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ""eorge Schuler. The couple had two children: Mrs. Evelyn Scar row of Hampton and George A. Schuler formerly of Geneva who died in the spring of 1940. They have reared several other children: Gertie Van Koten Hunt of Urbana, 111.; Lottie Van Koten Schilling, deceased; Stella Sonafrank; Viola Curlew, deceased; Wilford Schuler, deceased, and Victor Schuler, of Manistee, Mich. * * * They have farmed in Franklin and Butler counties and have been active in church work at Union Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Schuler came to the Dumont community 10 years ago in February, retiring from farm duties six years ago to an acreage. Mr. and Airs. Victor Schuler of Manistee, Mich., were present at the celebration at the Legion hall. \ --o-ELLEN HICKLING HONORED AT PARTY Miss Ellen Hickling was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. A. L. Hickling and Mrs. A. W. Hickling at the home of the former, 1418 Jefferson avenue northwest. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Walter Smith and Mrs. Orville Colby. Gifts were presented to Miss Hickling who will leave soon for Philadelphia to become the bride of Rodney Carney, formerly of Mason City. ~ wan urn, COCOA FUVORID I TUTU GOOD: VICKLAX i-; tastes so good children j( don't even realize they are taking a laxative,They say--"This tastea like a 'swell' chocolate drink!" BITTER PROTECTION: VICKLAX comes in individual, sanitary, economical, "measured dose" envelopes. Just mis with milk or water. aur-ACTWG: VICKLAX, in recommended dosages, is gentle enough for 1 year olds . . . effective enough for 12 year olds. Guaranteed by makers of famous Vicks VapoRub. Buy VICKLAX today. Use as directed. Money back if not delighted. Practical, washable dresses for year-round wear in the home -- simple enough for those household chores and dressy enough to wear in the afternoon too. Buy several and slip into a fresh one frequently at the ridiculously low price of-39 See You Tomorrow" 'TM~^~i'A:^"wi:~iri:J:-^-^

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