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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 15, 1944
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June Snow Elected tfnit Head June Snow was elected president o£ the girls unit of the V. F. W. auxiliary at a meeting Tuesday evening in the C. F. W. hall with Phyllis McClellan presidin Veryl O'Brien was elected senior vice president; Marjorie Tatone, junior vice president; Harriet Downing, secretary; Lillian AIlos, treasurer; Donna Edgington, chaplain; Ruth Engebretson, conductress; Mary Ann Curtin, p a t r i o t i c instructor; Marilyn Degan; guard. The historian, colorbearers and musician will be appointed later and installation will be held April 11 with Minnie Zeihler as installing officer. Marjorie Tatone was initiated into the order with the Misses McClellan, Downing, Snow, Donna and Ruth Edgington and Beverly Osborne and Mrs. Pearl Person, advisor, taking part. Plans were made for a party Friday evening for members and prospective members. Any girl be- tv.-een the ages of 7 and 18 who has a brother or father now serving or having served overseas is eligible to join and may attend the party at the hall from 7:30 to 10:30. ST. VERONICA'S CIRCLE MEETS St. Veronica's circle met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Walter j Broadbent, 857 2nd N. W., with I Mrs. Luke B. Miller as assisting ! hostess. There was a 1:30 dessert 1 luncheon, followed by a business I session. Later bridge was played ,i with prizes going to Mrs. G. Chamberlain, Mrs. E. Justin. There were 13 members present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Justin. --o-The custom of English parents r|| selling their children to the Irish for slaves was prohibited by King Canute about 1017. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Observe Anniversary Ventura--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leonard celebrated their 5Qth wedding anniversary with open house from 1 until 5 o'clock. One hundred forty-two friends and relatives called on the couple. Those who had attended the wedding 50 years ago and were present Sunday were Mrs. Emma Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kimball and Mrs. Art Hammond of Clear Lake, Charles Kimball of Mason City and Roy Kimball of South Bend, and Mrs. Mary Kobelman of Ventura. The members or the H. H. club i of whicli Mrs. Leonard is a charter member and their husbands | called in a group. The coupleVeceived cards, flowers and other gifts. Mrs. Clayton Lou, Mrs. Jim I Hyde, Mrs. Fred Kimball, Mi-s. Shirley Kimball, Mrs. Alma Helm and Mrs. Frances Skene assisted | throughout the day. Jefferson Parents Conduct Session Jefferson Parent Education I group met Tuesday at the home o£ Mrs. Riley Lewis, 102 Kentucky S. E., for a program which included 2 numbers, l: Oh Country Grand and Glorious" and "Amaryllis," by Mary Lou Ehlers, Brenda Barnes and Mary Kay Senn, accompanied by Mrs. Earl Ehlers. Mrs. Harold Palmer, as: sisted by Mrs. John Mikovec and Mrs. E. J. Sprengeler, led the les- I son on "When 15 and 50 Disagree." Refreshments were served | by Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Russell Weaver and Mrs. George Senn. MRS. E. J. KELLY IS HOSTESS TO CIRCLE St. Dorothy's circle was entertained Tuesday at the home oE Mrs. E. J. Kelly, 715 Massachusetts S. E., with Mrs. Louis Skopec as assisting hostess. There were 11 members present for the business session which was followed by a social hour. Refreshments were served. IV EE SON-EILERT SON Joice -- Miss Violet Eilertson, daughter of Thomas Eilertson, and Elmo Iverson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Iverson, al lot Keisler, Minn., were married March 11, at the Trinity Lutheran church at Bricelyn, Minn., by the Rev. TTrisbe PRON FROM YD. OF FARBIC iled Cross Men Commended Desert Airf orce Head 3605 APPLIQUE 1NCL' Wear your own insignia when you do kitchen police. The pat tern for this easy-to-mak apron includes the cut-out fo the applique design. No. 3605 comes in one siz and may be made from one yar 35-inch fabric. Send 16c for Pattern, which includes complete sewing guide. 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 styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early. 15c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Cairo. Egypt-- Three Red Cross field directors, whose major job as to keep up a high morale among scattered air-force men in he hot desert of North Africa, have been commended for "meritor- us service" by 110 less than* - aj.-Gen. Lewis H. Brereton, ommander of the allied air orce there. The commendations were the rst awarded to civilians in the ow-completed North African ampaign, and were given for initiative and co-operation that las been invaluable in main- aining high morale and opera- ons efficiency." The 3 -- Ray L. Goodridce or Rochester, N. Y., John M. King I Clinton, Miss., and Orville E. Roberts of Greenbelt, IMd. -- cov- red the expanses of the North African desert to bring recrea- ional supplies and comfort arti- les to the men of fighter, service, and bomb groups. They flew in army planes, itch-hiked in supply trucks, and jumped over enemy-mined roads jeeps through hot sun and blinding sand storms to help men with personal problems and emergency communications, and to deliver cigarets, chocolate, magazines and bring ail occasional rtovie to American air bases. And they took their chances against German fighter planes. Goodridge, who served the famed 57th Fighter Group in the middle east, dismissed the attacks merely as "frequent interruptions," as did the tall, Lincoln- esque King, whose country store brand of humor withstood desert storms which swept along barren land burying his tent and bis supplies beneath tons of sand. 'The chances I've taken were Dahl-Nystuen Vows Spoken by at Announcement is made of the Loung. The Iversons are former marriage of Miss Doris Nystuen, - - - - - daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Joice residents. CRUM-TOMASEK JNysluen of Lake Mills, and Wal- so small by comparison with the ones the bomber crews faced daily that I'm ashamed to talk about my own experiences," he said. Running in supplies was only a part of the recreation job, however, for every possible moment commanded their resourcefulness in playing their dual role of father and pal to bomber crews Roberts--"Bob" to the men o his bomb group--organized am refereed touch football games ii the Libyan desert which developed into a sand bowl classic with 6 separate teams in healthy rivalry. To the 3. still active over seas. General Brerclon wrote: "I would like to commend yoi officially for the outstanding and meritorious service which you have so consistently rendered as Red Cross field representatives. With air force groups from the "battle of El Alamcin to the expulsion of the enemy from Africa, your duties were performed MINISTRY SHORT OF MANPOWER IN CRITICAL PERIOD Doctor J. W. Malone Tells Presbyterian Mea Seminary Needs "There is a terrific shortage 0 ministers at present and the rec ords show that a church a wee] was buried during the past year, Doctor J. Walter Rlalqnc, vie president of the McCormick Theo logical seminary, Chicago, tpk men o£ the First Prosbyleria church at a dinner given by Ih group at the Hotel Hanford Tues day evening. "There have not been enougl M u p and R. W. Fischbcck acted s master of ceremonies for the veiling. Sidney Stott and Ralph Goer ilaycd several duets on the piano, ncluding "China Boy," "Dizzy ^ingers," "Sibonoy," and their own arrangement of popular num- )ers. Wednesday. March 15. 194* 'J MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE support for the tradition to which we THOSE LUCKY IRISH!--Exclusively for Irishmen who've the right, to celebrate St. Patrick's own 17th o' March--especially those ill the allied armed services--lissome Carole Landis expresses this vivid Shamrock greeting. Carole met thousands of 'em in England, Ireland and Africa, when she went cnterlining with Kay Francis, Martha Raye and 'Mitzi Mayfair. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE · OBSCURE GLASS · WINDOW GLASS · STRUCTURAL · AND PLATE For Store Fronts, Desk Tops and Dresser Tops DAVEY I AND SON 115 2nd S. W. Phone 874 Tomasek,, -, -» . , . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert formed March 5 at Tomasek, and Sgt. G. B. Crum of Lutheran church by the Rev. I lace H. Dahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. I w jth an initiative and co-opera- George I. Dahl of Kensett, per- | tiveness that has been invaluable Lancaster, Penn., were married at Las Vegas, Nev., March 3. Sergeant Crum has returned to his base at Needles, Cal., while Mrs. Crum is at the home of her parents. PROGRESSIVE CLUB TO HOLD MEETING Progressive club members will be entertained Friday evening at 8:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause. Spectacles were invented by a monk in Florence, Italy, in 1135. DRIVE OUT Itoundworraa can cause real trouble inside ynu or your child! Watch for warning eigns: fidffetin?. "picky" appetite. Itchy nose or Mat. If you even auspect roundworma. yet Jarne'l Vermifuge today I JAYNE'S is America's ieadmz proprietary worm medicine : used by millions for over ft century. Act* ceatly. yet drives out roundworras. Be lure you Ktt JAYNE'S VERMIFUGE I Fjelstul. The bride, who was given in marriage by her lather, -wore a white taffeta faille gown and a net fingertip veil edged with lace and held by a crown of seed pearls. She wore a double strand o£ pearls, a gift from her mother, and carried red roses. Mrs. Maurice Dahl, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, who served as matron of honor, wore blue taffeta and carried red roses. Bridesmaids were Olga Kassn, Jllah Jensen, Marilyn Nystueii and Marilyn Backhaus. All wore floor length gowns in pastel shades and carried sweetpeas. Mr. Dahl was attended by his brother, Maurice Dahl, best man. Another brother, Philip Dahl, and Burnell Groe served as ushers. Miss Ruth Bergan played a 15 minute prelude of organ music and the wedding marches. Miss Lorraine Bjelland sang "Because 1 and "The Lord's Prayer." Luncheon was served to 125 a the close of the ceremony. Elaine Engh of Kanawha, Esther Hclge- son, Orla Holstad, Doris Bjelland, Carmen Groe, Janiecc Sime and Dorothy Rcnsman assisted in serving. A blue and white color scheme was carried out in the table decorations, the wedding cake being the centerpiece. The bride is a gradute of Lake Mills high school and attended Waldorf college. She has been employed in the Glenn O. Tenold insurance office at Northwood. The bridegroom is n graduate of the Kensett high school and is engaged n farming. The couple left on a short wedding trip. in maintaining high morale and operational efficiency. Living in the desert at advanced stations di- rectlv behind the front lines . . . despite great personal hardship and danger, you have rendered outstanding service to our armed brces in the furtherance of our war effort." 2 Lieutenants, Same Name, Bring Confusion Fort Sheridan, III., (U.R)--Per- sonnel officers at Foil Sheridan became confused when Lt. John O'KeefR appeared at headquarters and at the practice firing range at precisely the same moment. A lengthy investigation revealed the existence of 2 lieutenants John J. O'Keefe, but one is junior. The officers entered Fort Washington, Md.. at the same time. Became commissioned officers at the same graduation. Received al the same time order to report at Fort Sheridan. And both entrained for Camp Reynolds on the same day. After many involved situations, the unrelated O'Keefes now issue appropriate warnings to their commanding officers. Lt. O'Keefe was an accountaint at Indianapolis. Lt. O'Keefe, Jr., had established a law practice in Washington. ministers Christian belong, bvit there is now a rising tide of interest in the seminary," said Doctor Malone, who talked informally on the seminary and the training of" young men for leadership in the church. "The Presbyterian c h u r c h sfunds for trained leadership and demands an educated ministry. The seminary is the keystone to the whole church. Christian tradition is one of self giving and victorious living. We belong to the Christian tradition, a tradition of faith, hope and victory in fellowship with the Father," said Doctor Malone. "You can be the kind of a person you want to be if you give youself," said Doctor Malone. "You can have the kind of a home you want if j'ou give something of yourself to it. You can have the church you want if you are willing to give something of yourself to it But you have to spend yourself-take off against the wind to be successful. "Ideal home life is something we climb to. Less than 3 per cen of the divorccs»come from homes where the wife and the husband go to church together." Doctor IHalonc, who spoke to Jhe Woman's club members at Radio chapel Tuesday afternoon, was the guest of the I'resbyterian men in the evening before returning to Chicago. lie discussed the work of the seminary and some of its history so that the group might become more familiar with Board Given Talk About Hi-Y Program Something of (he work of Hie Hi-Y was presented to the board of directors of the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday noon by Jack Wagner, president of the club. Board members, on the lookout for opportunities to turn the attention of the community on the associaion centennial observance in the months ahead, listened attentively as* Wagner related hou the club held devotions, listenec to speakers and carried on specia projects. The Hi-Y club is the sponsoring organization of the youth center maintained at the Y. M. C. A., pro vidinff 2 dances a week for higl school and junior college students The Rev. A. N. Rogness, chair man of the speakers' bureau fo the centennial observance, pointe out that addresses are being given before P. T. A.'s and other organizations and that activities focus on the first week of June as the high point of the observance. "Our purpose is lo present the historical aspects of the Y. M. C. A. and invite men and boys to greater participation in Y activities," he said. H. A. O'Lcary told the board members criticism of work of Y. M. C. A. in the first World war was wholly unjustified and that the Y. M. C. A. is taking the leading role in the operation of the USO units and is tiie sole operating agency of many of them. R. C. Keister reported that plans were under consideration for the presentation of a pageant. rist Full of Warrants Greets Negro Offender Charlotte, N". Car., (U.R)--Dupree Gisl--a Charlotte Negro--was no more surprised than were Charlotte police when 37 warrants were held up against him in city recorder's court. Police figured that broke a record. Dupree, by his own admission, was for weeks a one-man crime wave. He specialized in sneak thievery -- from cars, stores and from homes--and hardly made enough to live on. He waived preliminary hearing in city court and took his collection of warrants to superior court. Ventura--Lt. Ted Wolfram returned to his base at Pecos, Tex., Tuesday after a short furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Wolfram, Jr. ACCURACY this part of the church's work. Doctor Malone told something of the faculty at the seminary and discussed other matters of Christian education with the group. The Rev. Wilbur F. Diet-king, pastor of the First Presbyterian churcch, introduced Doctor Malone to the TO EASE MISERY OF CHILD'S GOLD RUBONUICKS VVAPORUB You can count on accuracy--the accuracy of microscopic study--when you bring your prescriptions to us. Our pharmacists are skillful and experienced in meeting physicians' requirements. THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP W. B. CMC! Prop. W. K. McGraa* 9 EAST STATE STREET TWO FINED S10 Clifford M. Hagen, Lake Mills, and Pete Anderson of Mason City, were each fined $10 and costs Wednesday by Police Judge Morris Laird on charges of intoxication. Police arrested Hagen at 12:05 a. m. Wednesday in the 1400 block on N. Federal and Anderson at 1:25 a. m. Wednesday in the 300 block on S. Federal. VIrs. W. C. Lundberg to Head Department of Katz Tailor Shop The addition of a women's department has been announced by N. .Katz, tailor, 212 N. Federal, who has been in business in Ma- soii City since 1917. Mrs. W. C. Lundberg, formerly of St. Louis, will be head of the department. She has been a dress designer and stylist for many years, having been department manager for many of the largest midwest firms. In Mason City Mrs. Lundberg will specialize in dresses for hard to fit women, sports wear, bridal parties and dinner gowns. Mr. Katz has 38 years of tailoring experience and has conncc- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and tions with a number of the fine j Mrs. Waldo Tindall, at Los An- textile mills of the country. JUNIORS GIVE TLAY Thompson--The junior class of Thompson high school will present "New Fires," a comedy in 3 acts, Friday evening in the high school gymnasium. [Our Boys Need Musical Instruments on the Battlefront and in Camp You can help send them this easy way. That forgotten musical instrument in your storeroom is wanted! Some boy in uniform, halfway 'round the world, is asking for it now. Harmonicas, occordions, ocarinas, flutes, bazookas. In cooperation with the United States Government we have worked out o plan to speed these gifts on to their destinations without trouble or expense to you. All you have to do is deliver them to your neighborhood Coca-Cola dealer. We'll do the rest. Here's how it works: Greene--Mrs. E. L. Bruce re- lumed to her home at Greene after a 3 months' stay with her L u c i c n Cream Cologne is an entirely new experience unlike any cologne you have ever seen before, i ll soothes, softens, flal- lers as the Cream Cologne vanishes, Ha heavenly fragrance remains ...» tender, bewitching part of you. Fire'/rojrnttCC.i.- Sirocco* T* BnlalJuA'fi. Opening i\i»7jr. and /ndwcrrrr. (1.50 j T elping the omemaker TRY THIS TEMPTING TOAST TREAT! WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Oranges and Onions for a New Salad (Rationed Items Are Starred) Baked Beans Boston Brown Bread Orange and Onion Salad Wine Jelly (Recipes Serve 4) Baked Beans 2 cups pea beans *V pound salt pork 1 teaspoon salt "2 teaspoons brown sugar 1/4 cup molasses 'i teaspoon dry mustard 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion \k teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Wash beans. Cover with boiling water and soak three hours, drain beans, saving water in which they were soaked, as many ot the vitamins have soaked off into it. Put beans into baking dish. Cut pork into '; inch cubes and add. Mix salt, brown sugar, molasses, mustard, onion and Worcestershire sauce. Add a cup o£ the water in which beans were soaked. Pour this over the beans and if it does not entirely cover them, add more o£ the bean water. Cover and bake at 300 degrees for 3 hours. Before the letters SOS were adopted generally as a distress signal at sea, the letters CDQ were used. tomato, rarebit nnu triangles. garnish with toasl 6 scrvincs. Now's the time for delicious, nourishing t o a s t dishes! Easy to prepare, they help make hard-to- ret-foods co further and save on points. Make your toast with BETSY ROSS E N R I C H E D WHITE BREAD. Every slice toasts perfectly to a crispy gold- en-brown. Ricii in food- energy, too. plus vitamin B,, Riboflavin (Vitamin niacin and iron. Watch this space for more toast recipes made with BETSY ROSS ENRICHED WHITE BREAD. Order a loaf today. ENRICHED WHITE BREAD \ You take your instrument to your nearest Coca-Cola dealer. 2 The Coca-Cola truck picks it up and send i it to the U. S. Government. 3 They send it to the boy» in camp and overseas. 4 Your gift brings some lonely soldier joy. Thank you. Don't delay. Dig ouf oil your old musical instruments today and start them on their journeys to our homesick fighting men. 701-3 SO. FED. MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

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