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I . . ^ _ . ' ~'"" SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1943 -^^^.^^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Current Events, Outdoor Life Sections of Woman's Club to Meet TO WED SOON--Mr. and Mrs. James Zanios, 623 Sixth street southwest, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth to William H. Paros, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pares. Mr. Paros is employed in a defense plant in Vancouver, Wash. No date has been set for the wedding. (Frank Free photo) No Idle Lots This Summer, SaysLudeman The Mason City Garden club president Friday looked ahead to the season of vegetable and flower gardening and foresaw an interesting and instructive year. George R. Ludeman, newly elected head of the local garden club, spoke to the KGLO Forum audience of plans for 11)43. The speaker explained the open membership of the organization and told of its regular meetings. An interest in all natural things was claimed for its members by Mr. Ludeman. Distinguishing between garden types, Mr. Ludeman named the ornamental, or flower, 'garden and the vegetable kind. He urged maintenance of flower gardens whenever and wherever possible. "This does not mean that vegetables should be entirely overlooked during this period of food rationing," Mr. Ludeman said. "To the contrary, they should also be emphasized in preparation for an imminent food crisis. "No vacant lots should lie idle this summer. It will be one of the aims of our club to make vegetable gardening more successful this year." Mr. Ludeman suggested raising food for the family table, plus enough for home canning. He said that experts on gardening would advise Mason City victory gardeners on their problems. Holding that the hardships oÂ£ rationing may be a blessing in disguise, Mr. Ludeman described the benefits of garden work to'the individual. To conclude he quoted from a poem thus: ". . . h e who makes a garden Works hand in hand with God. --o-Father Kieffer Speaks at Hamilton Assembly; Committees Are Named The Rev. W." Kieffcr, assistant pastor of Holy Family church, was the speaker at" the assembly held at the Hamilton School of Commerce Friday afternoon. His talk included a number of humorous incidents which had come under his observation. In closing his talk. Father Kieffer urged all students, whether Protestant or. Catholic, to j become more closely associated with their respective churches. Piano solos were played by Frances Ramsey of Decorah. This was the first assembly to be held under the arrangements of the 1943 council. Vernon Trogc, St. Ansgar, president, after a few words for himself and the vice president, George Coffin, Clear Lake, called on the various chairmen to name their committees. Gerald Coyle, Acklcy, social chairman, named Maxine Kirschbaum, Mason City; Donald White, Popejoy, and Marjorie Kcuison, Kensett. Eileen Burke, Riccville, program chairman, named Ruth Truex, Bristow: Allen Hicklin, Waterloo, and Elaine Hebel. Mar- H elping the omemaker Department Day to Be at Library Woman's club members will ave two departmental meetings uesday in the library assembly dtli the outdoor program at 10:30 nd the current events at 2. Outdoor life members will have motion pictures including a series nade by Safford Lock of spring nd autumn scenes along the Mississippi, aerial views of North owa, some East park scenes and lowers. Spring flowers will be shown i a film made by Dr. R. Ray- lond Weston and n flower film f Mrs. Carleton Stewart's will Iso be shown. Members of the department of urrent events will hear Bob Bur- ingame speak at 2 o'clock. His iddress will be on that topic. Mr. Burlingame spoke to the current vents department at this time ast year, on the subject, Canada. Mrs. Wright 100 Years Old on Saturday Mrs. John K. Wright, grandmother of Charles E. Strickland o Mason City, Saturday observec her 100th birthday at Wichita Kans. Mrs. Wright, who was already a mother at the time of the Civi war, is making her home will her - daughter, Mrs. Charles W Strickland, mother of the Maso: City utility company head. The Strickland family in Maso City had planned to be presen for the occasion, but was unabl to make the trip. By MRS; ALEXANDER GEORGE Check Up On Nutrition A hearty salad such as cheese, nuts and fruits or vegetables adds protein and iron to the diet. Dinner Serving 2 or 3 Cream of Celery Soup Turnips, Winter Style Rice Nut Cakes Enriched Broad Grape Jam Cabbage Salad Sliced Oranges or Tangerines . Tea Turnips. Winter Style 3 cups sliced turnips 3 cups water % teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons margarine or butter % teaspoon paprika Vs teaspoon nutmeg J .a teaspoon sugar Cook turnips until tender in water with salt added. Drain thoroughly. Mash and add rest of ingredients. Simmer 5 minutes--or until all moisture has cooked out. Beat and serve. Rice Nut Cakes (Meat Alternate) 2 cups boiled rice 1 teaspoon minced onions 1 teaspoon minced parsley 1/3 teaspoon salt Vs teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons cream. 1 egg, beaten 2/3 cup broken nuts (pecans, walnuts, peanuts) 3 tablespoons flour Mix together rice, onions, parsley, salt, pepper, cream, egg and nuts. Shape into cakes and roll in flour. Brown on btoh sides in fat heated in frying pan. Crisp carrots grated and added in about equal portions of cottage cheese, served on crisp lettuce and topped off with savory French dressing turns out a salad of vitamin plus values. Hold First Meeting of Tabernacle Society The St. Mercy circle of the S Joseph Tab'ernacle society held i first meeting of the year Friday Jan. 22 at the home of Mrs. Ar thur Fandel, 203 Sixth strei southeast. Mrs H. Zallek was th assistant hostess. Seventeen wcr present. A business session preceded card game at which Mrs. H. . Colwell and Mrs. E. Burtis wo the prizes. Mrs. W. Lattimer wo the door prize. Refreshments w:ere served, an the next meeting was announce for Feb. 5 when it will be at th home of Mrs. R. B. Detcrman, 23 Sixth street southeast. Mrs. Kloberdanz will assist. --o-FLEMING -TESS.TA.V ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Mary Tern pie Fleming of Osceola, and Ar thur C. Tessman, son of Mr. an Mrs. E. R. Tessman, St. Ansga were married Jan. 16, at Bethany Mo. They will reside at St. Ansga MONDAY G. L. club-12:30, Eadmar hotel, Mrs. L. J. Strahan, Mrs. M. J. Judd, hostesses. el Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewing; 1:15 to 4:15, 211 North Federal avenue, surgical dressings. lidland club-2:30, Mrs. Addie Easton, 209 Ninth street northwest, Mrs. Altra Strykers, lesson. londay club-Mrs. Jay Tubbesing, 1142 Third street southwest; lesson, Mrs. J. A. Wiley, Mrs. T. E. Davidson. 'wentieth Century club- Mrs. C. C. Cai-rick, 320 East State street, current events, Mrs. Floyd Johnson, lesson, Mrs. R. L. Jackson. Â· L P. Kensington-2, Mrs. H. A. Janss, 616 Madison avenue northwest. Beta Sigma Phil (Alpha Chi)-7:30, Cerro Gordo hotel. A. A. U. W. writing group-7:30, Hotel Hanford, led Cross^-7:30, Music hall, graduation of nurse's aides. il. W. A-7:30, Moose hall., Daughters of Veterans-7:45, V. F. W. hall. McKinley F. T. A.-7:45, school, Roosevelt Minstrel show. Young Women's Council Evening Group No. 8-8, Ruth Morgan, 422 Adams avenue northwest. TUESDAY Outdoor life department-10:30, library, "Indoor Garden Tour." Wa-Tan-Ye club-12, Hotel Hanford. Kcd Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, Mc- Kinlcy school, Milwaukee club, sewing; 1:15 to 4:15, 211 North Federal avenue, surgical dressings. Tuesday Bridge Luncheon club-1, Hotel Hanford, Mrs. M. L. Tracy. Roosevelt Elementary Parent Education Group-7:30, Mrs. C. E. Fredcrickson, lesson. Our Saviour's circle-1:30, Mrs. Roy Johnson, 2311 Jefferson avenue southwest, sewing bee. Milwaukee R. K. Women-2, clubrooms. Current Events departments-' 2, library, Bob Burlingamc, speaker. Masonic Social club-6:30, Cerro Gordo hotel, Messrs. and Mmes, H. E. Gordon and F. E. Wells, Mrs. Joel Hanes and F. E. Wells. ' Women's orchestra-7. Music hall. Business Girls league 7, Y. W. C. A. Bundles for Britain-7:30. 814 Foresters building. United Service Women-7:30, Service Men's club. Holy Family circle 7-7:30, Mrs. Ben Brasser, 144G North Federal avenue, Mrs. E. J. Zlcgler, assisting. Rainbow Girls-7:30, Masonic temple. Â· West Haven Dorcas circle-7:30, Clarence Ramsey home, Mmcs Jim Allen and Howard Arant, hostesses. Immanuel W. M. S-8, Mrs. Nils Landgren, 524 Twentieth street southeast, Mmes. V. E. Gustafson, E. G. Nygren, F. Frid, assisting. WEDNESDAY Helpalot club-12, Verla Carey, Eighth street northeast. Red Cross Volunteers-- Sauer Kraut and hot fowl are a combination worth following. With cabbage on the plenty side it makes a fine side partner for turkey, goose or duck. Liver, heart, tongue, kidneys, sweet breads and brains are rich sources of protein, iron and vitamin B. They are not included in the weekly meat rationing. These are the organs referred to as variety meats. Edna Mae Crowder and Robert Plaeger Wed in California BR1TT--Mr. a n d Mrs. David Anderson announce the marriage of their granddaughter, Miss Edna Mae Crowder of Los Angeles, to Robert K. Plaeger also of Los Angeles on Jan. 10 at the Wedding Manor in Los Angeles with the Rev. Howard N. Bunce officiating. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roberts. The bride is a graduate oÂ£ the ^ _ BviU schools and for several years garct Rosemcyer"and" Joan" A n - i w a s employed at the Britt office drick, all of Mason City. On the of t h c Central States Electric friendly relations committee, Mar- vclla Ralle, Havclock, chairman, appointed Roberta Adams, Waucoma; Arlcne Muller, Rudd; Irene Trenhaile, Grafton; Jean Putz- stuck, 'Luverne; Arlene Cooper, Kensett, and Arlene Lubben, Buffalo Center. Students cited for perfect typing tests during the'week were Bonnie Arne, Leland; who wrote 68 words per minute; ' Bernadine Vestal, Marble Rock, 65 w. p. m.: Opal Rake, Rake, 61 w. p. m.: Betty Christiansen, Manly, 51 w. p. m., and Dean Strand, Manly, 32 w. p. m. company. Mr. and Mrs. Plaeger are both employed by the North American Aviation company, Inglewood, Cal. --o-Secretary Shows Sunk SAN ANTONIO, (UP.)--T h e r e was no money in the church, but w h e n a droopy-eyed bandit pointed a gun at young Mrs. Paul B. Coho, 105 pound First Presbyterian church secretary, s h e tripped h i m , took thc gun and began marching him outside. And when he whirled, grabbed the revolver and fled, she chased him until he disappeared in traf[ic. 1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, E. H. Wagner home, 49 Beaumont drive, sewing; 1:30, Roosevelt school, 7 to 9, 211 North Federal avenue, surgical dressings. Fortnightly club-1:45, Mrs. Albert Hass, 1 Taylor avenue southwest. F. V. G.-2, Moose hall, public card party. Our Saviour's circle-2, Mrs. Peder Madsen, 141 Twenty-fifth street southwest. Central Lutheran guild-2:30, church, Mmes. George Branscombe, Walter Grainger, hostesses. L. A. to B. of R. T.-7:15, Moose hall. Clio club- Mrs. C. E. Bui-rets, 318 Fourth- street northwest, Mrs. Bert Brett, lesson. THURSDAY Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewing, 1:14 to 4:15, 7 to 9, 211 North Federal avenue, 1:30, Roosevelt school, surgical dressings. Sans Souci club-1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Trinity Grant circle-1:15, church, Mrs. S. O. Hugelen, hosless. Calvary Lutheran guild-1:30, Mrs. George Caldwcll, 1429 Monroe avenue northwest. Child Evangelism Fellowship-2, Y. W. C. A. ' | Baptist Gildner division-2, Mrs. Virgil Overturf, 338 Ninth street northeast. Athenian club-Mrs. Elmer Nangle, 403. Fourth street southeast, current events, Mrs. J. E. McDonald. Energetic class-Congregational church. Grace Evangelical W. M. S.-2, Mrs. B. O. Roderick, 1301 Adams avenue northwest. L. U. G. A. club- Mrs. Roy Ward. Immanuel Dorcas aid-- Â· 2:30, church, ' Mrs. George Schriver, Mrs. Verner Gustafson, hostesses. Lincoln P. T. A-2:30, school. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-3, Moose hall. C. K. class-6:15, Mrs. H. L. Wright, 312 Fourteenth street northwest, annual birthday parly. Rainbow Girls-7:30, Masonic temple, installation. St. Ursula's circle-8, Mrs. Clifford Dehnert, 1702 Delaware avenue southeast. High School P. T. A.-8, auditorium, board at 7:30 in James Rae's ofkfice. ' Anchor Encampment auxiliary-8, I. O. O. F. hall. R. N'. A.-8, Moose hall. Immanuel Luther league-8, church, JSbba and Genevieve Olson, committee. FRIDAY Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewing, 1:15 to 4:15, 211 North Federal, 1:30, Roosevelt school, sur- Patriotism Featured by Rebekahs A patriotic and new year's program featured the meeting of the, Queen Rebekah eivclc Friday afternoon in the parlors of the I. O. O. F. hall. President Mrs. C. G. Viall was in charge. "Start the New Year With a Smile" was read by Mrs. Fred Lind, noble grand, following which small hand made flags were distributed by Betty and Julia Russell. "Display of the Flag" was presented by Mrs. H. G. Martin. A brief history of the lives of Thomas Wildcy and James L. Ridgeley, founders oÂ£ the 1. O. O. F. brotherhood, was read by Mrs. Maynard Fossenden. Mrs. U. W. Davis won the attendance prize, and the prizes at games were won by Mrs. Wallace Sumner and Mrs. Davis. Announcement was made of a card party to be held Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 26 in the 1. O. O. F. hall. x The entertainment committee at this meeting was composed of Mrs. W. H. Arnold, Mrs. Maude Maxon, Mrs. William Brown, Mrs. Raymond Clausen and Mrs. Anna Smith. The next meeting will be a valentine party on Feb. 12 with the officers in ' charge of entertainment. Irons Speaks at Roosevelt PT A Meeting Supt. of Schools R. B. Iron spoke on "Holding the Line o Learning" at a meeting of th Roosevelt elementary P. T. A. Fri day night at the school- He stressed a normal and whole some emotional lite, good healtl a knowledge of democracy an the American way of life, and knowledge of life in totalitaria: countries. A minstrel show was presentee after which Larry Folsom gav Mrs. L. Woodwards, Mrs. H. C Hines and Mrs. W. A. Carter flowers for their work on the show. A business meeting preceded the program at which a parent- education meeting was announced for Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. 0. Fredrickson will lead the lesson. Friday's meeting was conducted by the fathers. Refreshments were served. Mrs. T. L. Sessions and Mrs. J. L. Rice poured. --o-Clarksville Girl Weds Pvt. Shuster at Nashua NASHUA -- The marriage of Miss Elda Wedeking, daughter of Mrs. Sophia Wedeking of Clarks- villc, and Pvt. Richard Shuster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Shuster of Nashua, took place at the St. John's Lutheran parsonage in Nashua, Sunday, Jan. 17, the Rev. Arnold Jahr, officiating, A wedding reception was held for them at the home of the bride's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Ganshaw in. Nashua'. The bride and her mother are spending the winter in Arizona, and she will return there. The bridegroom is in an ordnance company at the air base at | Robins field, Ga. He was called into the service in September. He is a graduate of a class of 1037, Nashua high school, and was associated with his father in farming before he was called to serv- ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED--Mr. and Mrs. Tony Malaktaris, 630 Sixth street southwest, announce the engagement of their daughter, Bessie, to William G. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of Hampton. Mr. Brown is attending junior college in Mason City. No date has been set for the wedding. (Frank Free photo) BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Elwin G. Snell of Meridan, Miss., arc the parents of a 4 pound, 9 ounce boy born Jan. 27. The baby has been named Gerald Alan. Mrs. Snell will be remembered as Eleanor Prescott. # # * Mrs. E. L. Bluhm has gone to Meadville, Pa., to visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harrison, and to see her infant niece, Mary Ann Harrison, Â¥ * * Mrs. Eugene Kew lias returned from a 10 day visit with her sis- odge Holds tnstallation Officers ter, Mrs. Erwin Schoening at gical dressings. Our Saviour's Dorcas circle-- 1 2, Mrs. OrVille Jorgenson, 136 I Hnmp I ari ftf Sirlf Twenty-ninth street soutlwest, * WÂ«c WUC Ul .JiUS. Mrs. Robert Calanan, assisting, Presbyterian Missionary society-2:30, church, Mrs. Percy Umbarger. lesson. Trinity Washington circle-- A soft type of dress to delight thc feminine heart and please the masculine eye. U features a slim midriff and the open sweetheart neckline. This design is beautifully adapted to winter pastels, to smart navy, and to all the gay spring prints. With all its charm, the pattern is so easy to follow that it presents no problems even for a beginner. Style No. 3541 is designed for sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 16 requires only 2 t s yards 39-inch fabric. Send 15c (plus Ic to cover cost of mailing) for pattern. Write your name, address and Cute lapel ornaments to brighten your outfit. Fun to make and very easy to crochet. Pattern No. 1188 contains list of materials needed, illustration of stitches and complete instructions for making thc pillbox, playshocs and bells. To order pattern: Write, or send above picture with your name and address with 15 cents in coin or stamps plus 1 cent postage to Needlework Dcpt., GIobc-Gazctlc, P. O. Box 42, Station O., New York, N. Y. * --style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Winter winds may blow, but there's sunshine in the Spring Fashion Book! It's ready early, so that you may have the thrill of planning in advance for a brighter new season! Send now for this book of over .150 pattern designs show in color. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 West IDth street, New York, N. Y. 2:30, Mrs. Douglas McManus, 1306 President avenue northwest. Kill Kare Klub-P. G. E., Mrs. Gladys Bisbee, hostess. SATURDAY Browninjr society-6, Mrs. L. J. Titus, Miss Cora Sundell, hostesses, Miss Mollie McGowan, lesson. North lowans Marry at Albany, Missouri Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. Johnson of Garner announce the marriage of their daughter, Iva V. Johnson of Clear Lake, to Melvin L. Mykleslad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Myklestad of Ventura. Thc marriage took place last month at Albany, Mo. The couple was attended by Violet Jolly and Clare Olson of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Mykleslad will live on a farm south of Ventura. WAAC Work to Show Strong Efforts--Grahl DBS MOINES, . Gen. Charles H. Grahl, state director of selective service, told 255 WAACs at a specialist school graduation Friday the behind-the-lines efforts of America's women soldiers will show strong results on the front lines of America's fighting army. "Wartime jobs behind tin. lines spell thc difference between victory and defeat," he said, Topic of Meeting "Home Care of thc Sick. 1 ' was the topic of the first meeting o[ the home project women of Falls township, Jan. 21, at the home ot Mrs. Lloyd Stevens 'near Plymouth. Miss Lucile Buchanan, county home economist, led thc discussion on "Improved Sick Room Equipment." A pot luck luncheon was served at noon. Mrs. Richard Claus will be thc hostess at the second meeting of the year at her home east of Plymouth on Feb. 18. --P--. Party Is Given for Ensign and Mrs. Bey Mrs. D. L. Fletcher. 1217 North federal avenue, entertained for icr cousin, Ensign Douglas Bey and his wife who are visiting at 'he home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bey. Games were played and a b u f f e t lunch was served. A gift was presented Ensign Bey. Out of town guests included Mrs. Richard Hartom and Mrs. Sally Salimcna of Hopkinton, R. I. Ensign Bey has been ordered to report to Dartmouth college at Hanover, N. H., for schooling. RHODES-MERFELD BRISTOW--Word has been received here that Pvt. Dean S. Merfeld, of Midland, Tex., and Miss Catherine Rhodes of Portal, N. Dak., were married on New Year's day at Midland. Mrs. MerfeW returned here the following week and resumed her duties as teacher and pVincipal of the high school. Bryant, Iowa. She attended the wedding ot -her niece, Miss Marjorie Schoening to Herbert Jargo on Jan. 15. * * * Mr. and Mrs. VSam Kitsis, 303 Taylor avenue southwest, have returned from Mud Baden, Minn., where they have been vacationing for the past 10 clays. * * Â¥ Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Fisehbeck, 1125 West State street, have gone to Excelsior Springs, Mo., for a week. Dumont Couple Observe 61 st Year of Mamage DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. John Boots, residents of this city for 50 years, wore honored Friday at a covered dish dinner at their home on their 61st wedding anniversary Open house was held during thc afternoon. Mrs. Boots, nee Rachel Manifold was born in Black Hawk county March 25, 1856, and her Jiusbanc was born June 1, 185C, in Geneva township. Franklin county. The couple is a charter mem bers of the United Brethren church. They have one son, Ray C. Boots Dumont; four grandchildren am one great granddaughter, Mar. Lou Van Horn of Greene. A grand son, Cpl. Vincent R. Boots, is no\ serving overseas with the armet forces in Algeria. Ladies' of the Orient met in the O. O. F. hall Thursday evening or their regular meeting and in- tallation of officers. The installa- ion was conducted by deputy su- n-cme ashayhi, Mrs. Maude Maxon and her assistant, Mrs. A. L. ^eocly, deputy guide. Mrs. U. W. Davis was installed as great ashayhi; Mrs. Guy An;ell, queen ashayhi; Mrs. Frank V. Jrose, keeper of traditions; Mrs. O. C. Gundlach, collector of shekels, Mrs. A. C. Holly, keeper oÂ£ shekels, Mrs. Henry Morphew, prelate, and Mrs. W. H. Arnold, oriental guide. Appointive officers for the year, sjj include: Detector, Mrs. A. L. Reody executioner, Mrs. C. C. Viall, assistant detector, M r s . George Van Every; assistant executioner. Mrs. Bert Meeker; :uard. Mrs. H. E. Chellburg; syndic, Mrs. C. C. Whitney, captain of degree, Mrs. Maude Maxson; color bearers, Mrs. George Wcndt, Mrs. Fred Warner, and Mrs. Omiel Roggansack; captain of the patrol, Mrs. George Wendt; musicians, Mrs. Etta Fowler; instructor, Mrs. Foster Elliott. Deputy ashayhi Maxson presented a past ashayhi's pin to Mrs. Foster Elliott, who was installed as junior past ashnyi, in recognition of the year's work she has completed. Attendance prizes were won by Mrs. O. C. Gundlach and Mrs. H. P. Gardner. -- o -HEXOM-BOLSON DECORAH-- The Rev. and Mrs. Wililam Hexom of Glemvood township, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Constance. to Ransome Bolson, son of: Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bolson of Decorah. The wedding will take place in the near future. The --o-first known blood transfusion was given to Pope Innocent VIII in 1492. Save Tuesday, Jan. 26th For the Special Showing of See the complete line at the most outstanding values of the year.