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Promotions, Furloiighs for Women in Armed Services History Of Man Is Topic of Betty Geer at Sorority Session Iowa Beta Phi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at the Hotel Hanford Monday evening, with Miss Betty Geer leading the discussion on "The Descent ol Man and the Origin oÂ£ the Species." Miss Lois Easton who was member of the chapter before going to Minneapolis to work was guest. Miss Geer in her talk commented on the various theories regarding the history of man and discussed discoveries oÂ£ bones through which scientists have been able to construct a picture of what early man may have loked like and what his civilization might have been. Miss Geer spoke ot Darwin's book, "Origin of the Species," and the stir which it created with its theory of evolution and natural Zona Moe Is Married to Roger Biewster LeRoy, Minn. -- At St. Olaf Lutheran church in Austin, the Rev. Henry Moss performed the marriage of Miss Zona Moe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Moe of LeRoy and Roger Brewster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brewster of Austin, Sun-1 day. The bride's sister, Miss Ruby Moe of LeRoy, was maid of honor and her bridesmaids were Miss etty King of Austin and Miss ernice Peterson of Mankato. Her owergirl was Mary Carroll of The bridegroom's brother, tanley, was best man. Ushers Â·ere Bernard Ragan of Austin nd Ed Carroll of LeRoy. A reception was held in the hurch parlors for 100 guests. Aft- r a short trip they will live in \ustin. She has been bookkeeper i Penney's store at Austin for a umber of years and he has an o n o r a b l e discharge after 9 selection. She outlined briefly the theory of evolution and in concluding, said that "AH the live beings of this period and others have a relation to the past called heredity," and quoting - L- P- Thorpe said that "Mankind is known to be characteristically gullible and subject to a marked in ability to distinguish between fact and fancy. His willingness to accept unverified beliefs is facile indeed." RAINBOW GIRLS HAVE INITIATION Initiation into the Order of th Rainbow for Girls was held fo Eosalyn Wolf and Marjorie Stam at the Masonic temple. During th business session, the Misses Mar Joice Marshall, Mary Ann Byrher Mary Henerhan, Marjorie Lysne Miriam Evans and Shirley Sen were elected to receive the de grees of the order. The next meet ing will be a formal initiatio March 28 at the Masonic temple months actis'e service m Africa. --o-- Â·ICENSES TO WED GRANTED TO COUPLES New Hampton -- Marriage licenses have been issued to John Cecil Fish, 20, and Erma Corrine rugcr, 23, both of Vinton Marlin Edward Carrell, 25. and Doretta Adele Tingwald, 23. both of Ogden; Lennie Carter, 22, Osage. and Betty Lamp, J9, New Hampton; Roger E. Peters, 23, and Daisy J. Sears, 22, both of Cresco; Wallace Wenegar, Jr., 88 and Glenniss Greenwalt, 18, both of Brandon; Donald J. Wright, 19, Ionia, and Ardis J. Rohe, 17, Fi-ederieksburg. --o-GUEST DAY PLANNED BY GRACE LADIES' AID Grace Evangelical Ladies' aid will have its monthly meeting in the church parlors Thursday afternoon at 2 when guest day will be observed. Hostesses will be Mrs. N. T. DeWitt, Mrs. Jesse Dovis, Mrs. O. E. Moon and Mrs. W. H. Paxton. e Gray H a i r Simply wet it with Canute Water. A few applications will completely re-color it similarly iis former natural shade. In one day if you wish. Your hair wi 11 retain us naturally soft texture and flattering new color even after sham poo ing, curlioÂ£ or waving. Canute Water Â· Pure, colorless and crystal-clear. Â» Proved harmless at one of America's Greatest Universities.* REALLY SAFEI Skin test NOT needed. Â· 30 years without iaiury to a single user. No dtw product can maVv all 1h*sÂ« claims Leading dealers in most of America's largest cities sell more Canute Water- ill a nail other hair cotorirus combined. NEWS Appl.Sizc...41.15 aidruKStorcs LT. ELOISE RUTLEDGE LT. (J. G.) FRANCES CHILSON ' W. O. MARGERY PICKETT Miss"Pickett Is Awarded W. 0. Rating With Mason City's constantly increasing number of women in the service, news from nrmy camps of promotions and furloughs takes on a more feminine significance. One of the 1st 4 members of the Women's Army Corps to hold the rank of warrant officer is Miss Margery Pickett of Mascon City, director of the 402nd army band at the 3rd WAC training center, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. The appointment was made by the adjutant general, and the rank is an independent one, between that of a commissioned and noncommissioned officer. Miss Pickett. formerly a master sergeant *wilt now be acldresesd as "Miss,"* instead of "Sergeant," will wear gold and brown bars on her shoulders, and will rate a salute from enlisted men and wom'jn of the McKINLEY -HARDING DIVISION MEETS McKinley-Harding division of the United Service Women met Monday at the McKitiley school and completed 8D fracture pillows and 57 pillow cases. The next meeting will be March 20 at the home of Mrs. H. A. Morphevv, 045 Hth N. E. Refreshments will be served. ROBERT WOLDMOE MARKS BIUTHDAY Robert Woldmoc. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woldmoc. 106 12th S. E., was honored at' a party Hiven on his 6th birthday Monday at Roosevelt school. Mrs. Woldmoe and Miss Mamie Droblow were in charge of the party at which 31 children were guests. Refreshments were served. Miss Carrie Pfahler, Susan Jackie Madigan guests. Anderson anc w e r e specia is brand Spring . . . were iust received army. The promotion was earned by her work with WAC bands since itoring the corps in September, 942, and by her attendance of rmy music school, Fort Meyer, She was one of the few WACs ssignccl to this school. M~iss Pickett is the daughter of lr. and Mrs. Ray A. Pickett, 921 th S. W., Mason City. Her broth- r, S. M. 3/c Claude Piekctt, is erving in the navy. The warrant fficer is known in Mason City ns lirector of St. John's Episcopal hoir, a member of the Mason City Symphony orchestra, and foi icr work with the Mason City unior college band. Helen Anderson, specialist (C) 3/c, of the WAVES, is spending a 14 day leave with her parents, Mr met Mrs. Chris Anderson at Rudd and with her friends in Mnsor City. She is stationed at Washing ton, D. C., where she works in the classification of enlisted personnel. Betore her enlistment, M i s s Anderson worked at the U. S. Employment office. She began her boot training in March, 1943 at Hunter college where she also received her specialist training. Lt. (i. g.) Frances Chilson is home from Great Lakes where she is in the district communications office for a 7 day leave with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Chilson of Plymouth. She entered the WAVES, in October, 1942, and took her initial training at Smith college, being commissioned an ensign on Jan. 8. Before her enlistment. Lt. Chilson taught in Capitan, N. Mex., was a teacher. She is a graduaic ot the University of lOWil. Helen Morton, aviation machinist's mate 3/c, is home on a 10 clay leave v;ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Horton, 954 5th S. E. Miss Horlon is a WAVE, stationed at Beeville, Texas, having entered the service a year ago. She took her boot training at Hunter college and further work at Norman, Okla. Lt. Eloise Rutledge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rutledge, Ifi Hth S. E.. left Monday night after visiting here on a leave from her station at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Lieutenant Rutledge is an army nurse, having enlisted in the service Jan. 3, 1944. She was graduated from Mercy hospital in 1942 and was on the nursing staff of the local hospital until she enlisted. ewelry Discussed at Beta Sigma Phi Meeting at Welsh's Miss Lorelta Welsh presented he lesson on "Jewelry" at the neeling of Alpha Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held Monday evening at her home, 1054 1st N W. Miss Welsh gave a brief history of such famous diamonds as the Orloff, the Hope Blue Diamond nd .the Florentine. She also-gave the origin, characteristics, anc values of other pvecious stone such as emeralds, sapphires, ru bies, garnets and pearls. S In discussing the work of watchmaker, she stated that whil everyone knows that the watch maker's work is indispensable t modern industry, it is surprisin lo learn of the wonderful pal played .by them as inventors i tile creation of the modern indus trial system itselL The invention of the steam engine, the steam lo comotive, the steamboat, the sew ing machine, and the linotype a among the many credited to me who had the mechanical trainii and scientific education of svatc makers. The sorority made plans for lot luck supper on March '20 he home of Mrs. Fred Ebcling, /liver Heights drive. A donation of $7.f0 was vot to the American Red Cross duri he business meeting. --o-Betty Bliton Bride of Joseph Halvorson WEDDING R E V E A L E D -- Announcement is made ol' the marriage of Mis.s Clarene May Hugi, daughter oC Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Uugi. 1212 Khodc Island N. E., lo M. Eugene Finclling, 'Ate, petty officer. U. S. navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde l.own, 202 2nd S. 1C., which was performed March 7 at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. L. E. Sarchctt of Plymouth officiated. Clarence Hugi, father of the bride, sang "I Love Yon Truly," accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Hugi. who also played the wedding march. Miss LuriiUha Chchod;, cousin of the bride, and Eugene Hugi. brother of the bride, attended the couple. (Rus.scll Photo.) Tuesday, March 14, 1944 5 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Mrs. Angell ; Is Elected U.S.W.Head United Service Women unit 92 met in the Service Men's club to elect new officers with Mrs. E. W. Lillcy, president, in charge of the session. Mrs. Guy Angell was elected president; Mis. 11. L. Lcake, vice president; Mrs. Willis Bemiss, secretary; Mrs. Alfred Oliver, treasurer; Mrs. Maude Radcliffe, chaplain; Mrs. Ira Shanor, histor^ ian; Mrs. H. H. Kennedy, keeper ! records, and Mrs. Lilley, par- .iamcntarian. It was voted to give S5 to the Red Cross. Six new members were tuken inlo Ihe unit. Plans were made lor a public :ird party to be held March 28 at Ihe Service Men's club with Mrs. Alfred Lester as chairman, and for a put luck f a m i l y dinner April 10 at (i:30, followed by a business session and installation of officers. It was reported thai the No. 92 unit has packed a box containing Si quilts. 'J laprobes. 214 fracture pillows and 36 handkerchiefs to be sent to Camp Elliott, San Diego, Cal. TUESDAY cffcrson Parent Education group 7:30, Mrs. Riley Lewis, 102 Kentucky S. E. V^st llnven Dorcas circle-7:30, church. "Madison Parent Education group 7:30, school. St. Dorothy's circle-7:30, Mrs. E. J. Kelly, 715 Massachusetts S. E. Clio club-Mrs. F. C. Lovcll, 212 2nd S. E. Matinee Musicale-8. Y. W. C. A. Immunucl W. M. S.-8, Mrs. Ernest Nygrcn, 240 20th S. E. Wilson Parent Education eroup-- B, Mrs. William Hawley, 1015 2nd N. W. Phoenician club-8, Miss Alice Shcfflcr, 041 2nd N. E. Odd FcHoivs-- 8, I. O. O. F. hall. C. D. A.-8. Moose hall. Wilson Parent Education group-8, Mrs. William Hawley, 1015 2nd N. W. ' WEDNESDAY Queen Rcbekah circle-1, I. O. O. F. hall. Wednesday Contract club-1:15. .Jefferson amber room. Trinity Lincoln circle Joice -- Miss Betty Blil daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Bliton. north of Northwood, ; Joseph Halvorson, son of Mr. ; Mrs. Christ Halvorson of Jo were married at the home of bride's parents by Ihe Rev. Donald H. Artman of Northwood. Attendants were May Bliton, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Halvorson of Lake Mills and VeRone Nelson of Lake Mills. Jcancttc Halvorson was the flower girl and Dale Jenson the ring bearer. Leonard Bliton and Mrs. B. Carey of j Northwood sang 2 songs. Mrs, I Carey was also the pianist. j A reception was held w i t h , about 05 guests present. The couple will work the Christ Halvorson farm near Joice. The senior Hnlvorsons plan to live in Lake Mills. MEMBERSHIP TEAS PLANNED BY Y. W. Two in the scries of membership gatherings being sponsored by tiie Y. W. C. A. will be held Wednesday, one at 10 o'clock in the morning at the home of Mrs. L. A. Moore. G71 East State, with Mrs. H. .7. Bryant as leader and the ' It is believed that malaria infection may caur-e from 2 to 15 relapses of the disease. Between Ihe ages of fi and 18, the average American child develops one decayed tooth each year. Just 2 drops Pcnetro Nose Drops in each n o s t r i l n o l p you breathe frqor almost instantly 1 , so your head cold gets air. Only 250--2',? times 23 much for50c. Caution: TJse only as directed. renctro Nose Dropi Pull the Trigger on Lazy "Innards" WHEN CONSTIPATION mikes yon feel punk as the dickens, brings on stomach upset, sour tÂ«ste. BÂ»ssy discomfort, take Dr. Caldwetl's famous medicine to quickl: pull the trigger on lazy "innards", act help you feel brishtand chipper again Ml. CALDWELL'S ii the wonderful senna laxative contained in Rood old Syrup Pectin to make it so easy to take. MANY DOCTORS nse pepsin preparation in prescriptions to m ake th e medicine mor palatable and agreeable to take. So be sur yonr laxative is containe 4 in Syrup Pepsin INSIST ON M. CAUWEU.'S-the Itrorit ot millions for SO years.aad feel thatwhole aome relief from constipation- ETCO finicky children lore it CAUTION: Use only as directed. DR. (MILL'S SENNA LAXATIVE SYRUP PEPSIN 1:15. Eadiriiir hotel. Red Cross Volunteers-1:15 to 4:30, Lincoln s c v: i n g room. . .P. E. O. chapter GN-1:15. Y. W. C. A. St. James circle 1-2. Mrs. C. Clausen, 133B Adams N. W. Navy Mothers-2, Service Men's club. Roosevelt U. S. W.-2, Mrs. Oscar Peterson, 1301 South Federal. St. Elizabeth circle-2, Mrs. Jack Herzog, 633 Connecticut S. E. Friendly Birthday cluli-- 2. Mrs. Harry Russell, 430 24th S. W. Social Hour dull--Â· Postponed. Woman's Labor auxiliary-2. Labor hall. E. O. chapter n/,-2:30. Mrs. B. Raymond Wcston, 21 Rock Glen. B. C.-7:45, Mrs. A. .T. Rhutascl, 305 Vermont S. E. incoln Parent Education Kroutj-- 7:4f, school. lason City Button club-R,' Miss Nellie Fahncstock, 404 2nd N. W. Ionroe-Wasb.iiifr.lon Parent Edu- alion croup-B, school. nergetic class-Congregational church. " Freeman Ladies' aid-Mrs. Jerry Wohlcr. Central Lutheran west croup-2:30, Mrs. Fred Hornig, 224 1st N. W. --o--Â· T. A. E. CLUB NAMES ITS NEW OFFICERS T. A. E. club elected Mrs. Mark icrc president at its meeting Monday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Stanley MacPeak. 504 14th N. W. Mrs. B. R. Thomas was elected vice president; Mrs. Ira Harper, secretary, and Mrs. Foster Elliott, treasurer. Mrs. Wilbur Dierking, guest speaker, talked on Thomas Mann and discussed his novel "The Magic Mountain." Mrs. Max Splctter of Spencer was a guest. 2nd lit 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ncls Anderson. 303 loth N. W.. with Mrs. A. A. Bishop as leader. --o-- 'v GARFIELD PARENT GROW HAS MEETING Garfield Parent Education group met Monday at the home ot Mrs. William Bracklein, 918 Carolina S. E., for a program including 3 flute solos, "Twinkle. Twinkle Litillc Star,' 1 "Music in the Air" and "Marine Hymn," by Miidonna Winter, a humorous reading. "The Children Take A Nap" by Mrs. Ed Koller, and ;i lesson "When 15 and 5Q Disagree," by Mrs. Tom Waters. Mrs. Bracklein, Mrs. O. Com- .stock ami Mrs. Max Rohdc were hostesses. ROOSEVELT BOARD MEETS AT WAGNERS Roosevelt [Elementary P. T. A hoard met nt Ihe home of Mrs Fred Wagner. 243 S. E., Mondai with Mrs. Larry Folsom prcsidin; at the session. Plans were mad for the P. T. A. meeting Frid;v afternoon at 2:30 when the Rc\ Alvin Rogness will speak "Child Delinquency," and for th Parent Education meeting Tues day evening at 7:30 in the schoo with Betty Jane Peterson a speaker. TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB HAS SESSION Twentieth Century club was entertained Monday by Mrs. Arlcigh Marshall at her home, 20 Oak drive, and the program included current events by Mrs. Carl A. i Parker and a review of "The in the new mood of abbreviated chic Kwaiis'lown composes a bright dut!l for Spring . . . ;i t'iguTu-moldiiiK suit w i t h a gayly checked skii't. topped off ly a short and s \v a g g e r i i) g liox co;it. Like all Swsuisdown coats and suits, those arc styled with the finely chiseled simplicity t h a t is always in good taste at any hour of the day or night. Suit $39.95. Coat, Â§35.00. Both in sixes 10 to 18. AS FEATURED IN VOGUE Exclusive with us. "Sen You Tomorroxv"