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TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE To World Day of Prayer Is Feb. 16 Plans for a,-world day of prayer were discussed at a meeting of the United Council of Churchwomen conducted Monday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. Feb. 16 was the date chosen for the world day of prayer which will be held at 2:15 in, the afternoon at the First Methodist church. Commutes on arrangements for the observance include Mrs. Nate Levinson, publicity; Mrs. W. H. Patterson, house; Mrs. B. A. Webster,'Mrs. Henry Herfindahl and Mrs. M. W. Alborn, program. Â·\Yorld day of prayer is observed annually in Mason City under the sponsorship of the Council of Churchwomen as it is throughout the United States. It is one oÂ£ the special interdenominational events sponsored by the church women during the year. -=-o-Luncheon Planned by First Christian Council of Women Reservations are being taken at 2645 for the luncheon of the First Christian Women's council to be held Friday afternoon at the church. Group 1 will serve the luncheon. The program is in charge of Mrs. Lula.KisIia, chairman of the 'social education and action department,.and will be based on "Child Delinquency." Mrs. George Paschen will talk on "The Liquor Problem and What It Contributes to Child Delinquency." Mrs. R. J. Birch will discuss "What the Church Is Doing for Young People." Mrs. E. J. Zerble wil present the devotional theme. A business meeting will precede the program with Mrs. Fred Miller in charge. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued at the .county clerk's office to A. J. Olson, 47, Crookston, Minn, and Ruby.Fischer, 39, Minneapolis Dr. Verner Nilsson, 60, Mound Minn., and Ann Ellen Barnard, 41 Mound, Minn.; Lloyd William Gregory, 27, Mason City, and Olive Johanna Young, 26, Mason City Harold B. Schnarr, 29, Minneapo lis, and Ann Michalovich, 29, Minneapolis; John Leslie Shaw, 20, Mt Auburn, and Velmadeen Thelma Grell, 19, Ventura. TESLOW-STORTZ Decorah-- At the Glenwooc Lutheran church, Miss Lorraine Stortz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Carl Stortz, and Walter Teslow son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tes low, were married Jan. 24 by the Rev. Alfred Bredesen. Their attendants were .Miss Marjorii Stortz and Ernest S. Severs on. Their home will be' on a. farm near Decorah. QuickRelkt ROM SIÂ«mY. STUFTT OBTUSS Of Instantly, relief from snffly, sneezy distress of head colds starts to com when you put a little Va-tro-nol u eaelx nostril. Also helps prevent man colds from developing it used In time. Justtryit! FoDow directions In folder VICKSVATRONOL TO BE MARRIED--Mr. and Mrs. L: R. Watts of Robbinsdale, Minn., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy, to Leonel H. Fagerle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Fagerle, 657 4th N. E. The ceremony will take place Feb. 3 at Robbinsdale. Mr. Fagerle is a machinist at the Leo Berry Machine company, and the couple will live at 428 4th N. E. SOCIAL TUESDAY tainbow Girls-7:30, Masonic temple. St. Cecilia's circle-7:30, Mrs. Arthur Whipple, 909 8th S. E. Susiness Girls league-7:30, Y. -M. C. A. Grant P; T. A.-7:30, school, public card party. Women of the Moose-8, Moose hall, public party. Oddfellows-- 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Clio club -Miss Cora Sundell, 40 drive. WEDNESDAY Â· Halpalot club-11, Mrs. Lora Peterson, 1301 South Federal. Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln sewing room; 7 to 9, surgical dressings room, 12 Delaware S.'E. N. B. C. Oak 1:30, Mrs. 3rd S. E. W. R. Walton, 855 Trinity West park circle Mon- 2, Mrs. C. L. Giilard, roe S. W. Annual Youth banquet -6:30, First Christian "church. West Haveir Dorcas circle -7:30, church. BANGASSEE-DDKING Faulkner-- Donald Bangasser, son, of 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bangasser, and Miss Jean During, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bartell During, were married Jan. 25 at the Washington Reformed parsonage, the Rev. Henry Poppen officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stubbe. Following the ceremony a reception was held for 40 guests at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will farm, northeast reside on the of Faulkner, owned by his parents where he has been engaged in farming. --0-Britt--Mrs. C. M. McBryde, who has been visiting the past 3 weeks with her mother, Mrs. E. C. Abbey, and her uncle, C. L. Palmer, left Saturday for Blacksburg, Va., where she will meet Dr. McBryde and return to" Winter Park, Fla. En route Mrs. .McBryde visited in Chicago wtih her son and family. Le Roy, Minn.--Mrs. A. Rasmussen has gone to Oakland, Cal., to be with her. husband in camp Family Night j Program Is at Wesley A talk on Red Cross work in England and a 1 act play were featured on the program at the Wesley Methodist family night Monday evening at the Wesley fellowship hall. Dr. Paul A. Peterson opened the meeting with a song service, accompanied by Mr. Peterson. A devotional talk was given by the Rev. Fred Smith of Hockford, using as his theme, Warner Sail- man's "Head of Christ." Leonard Simmer followed with a prayer. Mrs. Harold Milnes, program chairman, introduced .Mrs. William Tate as the speaker of the evening and her topic was "Red Cross Work as I Experienced it in England." Mrs. Tate, spent recent months in England working for the American Red Cross, her chief job being recreational director in 3 hospitals there.' With the purpose of building the morale and spirits of the men, wounded and suffering from battle fatigue or mentally sick, her days were spent in teaching crafts and games and diversified' entertainment. She told of women in Ireland and England who spend many volunteer hours writing and reading to the men in hospitals. She told of the clubmobiles 'where records are played and food served, and the cinemamobiles with traveling movies that go close up to the front lines, the cars being manned by two girls, personnel of the Red Cross. She mentioned places of interest, such as the "Donut Dugouts" and Aero clubs for enlisted and flying men on short leaves, where doughnuts and coffee are served for a nominal fee. Many humorous instances were cited by Mrs. Tate. Mrs. Tate closed her talk with-a plea for understanding the boys that come back suffering as neuro- psychiatrics and with battle fatigue and to treat them as normally as possible. Mrs. Peterson presented to the audience a 1 act comedy, "What Are the Wild "Winds Saying." The play based on a typical ladies aid gathering had Mrs. Harold Milnes and Mrs. L. Orcutt taking the parts of the town gossipers, Mrs. Hazel Me Alpine as the hostess, Mrs. J. Witham as the woman talked about and Mrs. V. Polansky portraying .the minister's wife. The play was?under the direction of Mrs. Me Alpine. Guests from out of town included Miss Althea Bancroft of Chicago, and the Rev. aud Mrs. Fred Smith of Hockford. The meeting closed with refreshments served by a unit of deaconesses, Mrs. Harold Milnes, Mrs. J. Witham, Mrs. L. Orcutt, Mrs. V. Hertig, with Mrs. William Lane and Mrs. V. Mott presiding at the tea table. Belmond Church Is Scene of Nuptials Goodell--Curtis Ahlstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ahlstrom of Goodell, and Marjorie Loats, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Loats of Belmond, were married Friday in the Methodist church in Belmond, the Rev. Mr. Farris officiating. Immediate relatives of pi YOUR EASTER BONNET--You'll be the hit of the big parade in a natural straw number like this, with narrow rolled brim, turquoise ribbon trim and flirtatious veil. H elping the omemaker Drain. Add remaining ingredients, toss together lightly. Serves 4 to 6. Delicate Rutabaga 1 pound rutabaga 3 or' 4 medium-sized potatoes 2 tablespoons fortified margarine i % teaspoon salt Hot milk Quarter the rutabaga, then pare as thinly as possible. Cut into larger cubes. Cover with boiling, salted water and bring to boiling. While rutabaga is cooking, pare the potatoes and cut into halves or quarters; add to the cooking rutabagas and continue cooking until both are tender. Drain, iÂ£ near there. Swift paced, sleek. Gracefully hand crafted 11K gold mounting Engagement Ting. necessary, and return pan to 'heat to dry out the vegetables. Remove from heat and mash together until smooth. Add milk sufficient to moisten. Add margarine. Beat until fluffy: Serve like mashed pd- DECOW-RYAN Decorah--Miss A n n a Grace Ryan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Frank P. Ryan of near Canton, Minn., and Donald J. DeCou, formerly of Ossian, son of Mr. and Mrs. John DeCou, were married by the Rev. Fr. A. F. Stirn on Jan. 27 at St. Agnes Catholic church, Plymouth Rock. They were attended by Irene Ryan and Paul O. DeCou. Their home will he near Canton. DIAMONDS the couple attended. They were attended by Marilyn Benson, of Belmond and Chief Petty Officer Roy. Ahlstrom, who is home on furlough. Following the wedding a dinner was served in the parental Loats home and they left for a week in Minneapolis. They will be at home after Feb. 1 on the Herman Ahlstrom farm. KATHRTN ANN KNAPP HONORED AT DINNER Miss Kathryn Ann. Knapp was honored at a 6:30 dinner and shower Monday evening at the Jefferson amber room. Table decorations were in Valentine style with a centerpiece of red carnations and white snapdragons carrying out the color scheme. After dinner the guests presented a gift to Miss Knapp who will be married to Tee. Sgt. R. W. Mahlstadt, U. S. Marine corps. Miss Mary Sheehy was the hostess. In the 18th century, Italy led all European countries in theatrrcal inventiveness. FIRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS Nona faster. None surer. None better. St. Joseph Aspirin--world's largest seller at lOc. Save most in the large family riie. You gel 100 tablets, only 3Sc. Why pay more? Demand St. Joseph Aspirin. Â· Royal Doulton Â· Wedgwood . Â· Hoviland Â· Minton Bone China WATCHES fUaneharcCa DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE . By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Hearty Main Dish Meat Loaf . Baked Cauliflower Â· Quick-frozen Peas Cloverleaf Rolls 'Apple Cake (Recipes serve four) Meat Loaf 1V Ibs. chopped chugk 3 slices hard stale bread "Warm milk ( Salt and pepper % Ib. mushrooms 1 egg 1 egg yolk -1; large onion 1 tablespoon margarine tatoes. Serves 6. 1 teaspoon chopped parsley 4 hard-cooked eggs Soak the stale bread in warm milk and squeeze dry. Chop onion and saute lightly in margarine. Combine chopped chuck, the whole egg, beaten, soaked bread, -onion and seasonings. Mix welL Shape meat into a loaf putting the hard- cooked eggs in the center of the loaf. Wet hands with water to keep meat from'sticking to fingers. Roll the loaf in flour. Place in a greased roasting pan and spread top of loaf with the egg yolk mixed with a little water. Brown quickly in hot oven. Reduce heat and cook until tender or approximately one hour, adding a cup of water to the pan when the heat is reduced. Fifteen minutes before loaf is done add mushrooms which have been peeled and sliced. After removing loaf from pan, thicken the mushroom gravy with a little flour. Turnip Cups With Frosted Feas and Herb Sauce 4 large white tender turnips 1 package frosted peas 1 small white onion 2 tablespoons fortified margarine Vs teaspoon thyme or oregano Dash cayenne, if desired Salt to taste. Pare the turnips half way, leaving half the purple coat. Cut off the top. Place top and turnips in boiling salted water and cook quickly, uncovered, until Just tender. Scoop out the center of the other half of the turnip and cut into small cubes. Cut the tops into small _ cubes, too. Add several tablespoons of the hot water left from cooking turnips, to the peas. Add small onion, thinly sliced. Cook quickly to desired tenderness. Add the margarine, the herb, cayenne and salt to taste. Add the cubed turnips. Mix well and fill the turnip cups. Serve hot with a garnish oÂ£ watercress. Serves 4 generously. Glazed Turnips 6 to 8 small turnips 3 tablespoons fortified margarine 1 cup boiling water 1 bouillon cube % teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons honey Vs teaspoon ground mace Wash and pare turnips very thin. Cut in halves. Cover with cold water and boil 5 minutes. Drain. Melt the margarine and brown the turnips lightly. Add boiling water, bouillon cube and remaining ingredients. S i m m e r about 15 minutes until liquid is almost absorbed and the turnips are tender and coated with a shining glaze. Serves 4 to 5. Pecan Rutabaga 1 large rutabaga (about IVi pounds) ] A to 1 cup pecan meats 4 tablespoons fortified margarine 4 tablespoons minced parsley Salt and pepper Nurse Back From Duty in England Among army nurses recently returned from combat zones for rest- and hospitalization at Tor- ncy general hospital, P a l m Springs, Cal., was 2nd Lt. Dulcie Chin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | George Chin of Osage, Iowa. For more than a year Lt. Chin has been stationed with an. army general hqspital in England- and while there organized a blood bank, to which 1,200 contributions were made by English civilians. All the laboratory work for the bank, such as group and cross matching was .done by American army nurses. " Lt. Chin returned to this country aboard, the Queen Elizabeth which brought battle casualties back from the European theater. She is anxious at. the conclusion of her hospitalization to return overseas. . She trained at St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, being graduated in 1936 and was in private duty nursing for 5 years before enrolling with the army nurse corps. _0-Miss Irene Harris Weds Robert Foutz Marble Rock--The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris in Greene, was the setting Jan., 26 for the marriage oÂ£ their daughter, Irene, and Robert Foutz of Marble Rock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foutz. Twenty-three guests "were present as the Rev. H. C. Mercer, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated at the single ring ceremony. Attendants were Mrs. Cecil Harris, sister-in-law of the bride, and Arthur Hayungs, brother-in- law of the bridegroom. A 3-tiered wedding cake was the centerpiece for the table' at the-reception which followed the ceremony. Mrs. Hazel McNally and Mrs. Clara Boiler assisted in serving. GARNER GIRL TO WED--Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. Moe of Garner, announce the approaching marriage oÂ£ their daughter, Madelon Arlee, and John Phillip Buscher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Buscher of Washington, D. C. The/wedding will take place Feb. 10 in Detroit, Mich., and the couple will live in Hartford Conn. Miss Moe is a graduate of the Ganfer high school with the class of 1938 and attended A. I. B. in Des Moines. She was employed in the office of the then state treasurer, the late W. G. C. Bagley. In 1941 she joined the F. B. I. and was employed by that agency ^in Detroit until recently. She is visiting with her parents here at the present time. Meetings Are Conducted for Study Meetings were conducted by I Mason City study clubs Monday I afternoon, Hrs. H. C. Johnson f being hostess to Monday club at I her home, 305 Carolina S. E. Mrtl C. L. Marston had the lesson --'' "Co-operatives in China." Twentieth Century club ri Monday for a dessert luncheon the home of Mrs. L. S. Sander: 223 Pennsylvania N. .E., and MrJ Sanders presented the lesson oil Dimitri Shostakovich. Current! events were in charge of Mrsll Floyd Johnson. Â»| Mrs. Max Boyd, 1125 3rd S. W|| was hostess to the Chautauquyl club Monday at her home. Mrs. W| O. Sharpee discussed "New Dis coveries in Healing" and Mrs. ,' O. Scott reviewed "And -Trie Shall Walk," concerning the work'l of Sister Kenny. BITS ABOUT 'EM Robert Holt, 313 Hampshire N.I E., has left for Northfield, Minh.,1 to attend St.'Olaf-college uriderl the disabled veterans rehabilita-l tion program. He recently re-~ ceived an honorable discharge from the army air forces after) more than 2 years. . ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foutz will reside in Marble Rock, and Mrs. Foutz will continue her teaching in Scott No. 9. Bridge Party Held by Beta Sigma Phi The social committee of Alpha Chi chapter of .Beta Sigma Phi, with Mrs. Floyd Jacobsoh as chairman, entertained the chapter at a bridge party Monday evening at Mrs. Jacobson's home, 537 llth.N..E:-High,prizes went to Mrs" Hid Boekelman and.Mrs. Heberling and the consolation prize to Mrs. L. R. Erickson. Lunch was served by the committee with a valentine motif carried out. Guests of the chapter were Mrs. Boekelman of Chicago, a former member, and Mrs. Raymond Schroeder of Mason City. --0-Northwood--Miss Jean Heiny, accompanied by her room mate, Miss Patricia Bonar spent the weekend with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Heiny. Both girls are students at the University of Iowa. --0-Ackley--Mr. and Mrs. John Van Eschen received a telegram stating that their son, Lt: Warren Van Eschen, is being returned to the U. S. A. Lt: Warren has been a prisoner of war in Germany and lost a leg in the service. . WhenYourlnnards" are Crying the Blues Arlene Evans Bride of Verne Houghton Luverne--The marraige of Miss Arlene Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Vernon Evans, and Verne Houghton,. son of Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Houghton, Des Moines, was solemnized at t h e Methodist church Sunday by the pastor, the Rev. Robert Phillips. The bride was given in marraige by her father and was attended by her sister, Mrs. Joe Conlon, Livermore. The best man was Roland Fogg, Des Moines. Mrs. Ray Stone played the nuptial music and Mrs. H. H. Stone sang. . Immediately following the ceremony a reception was'given at the Evans home east of town, attended by the relatives and a few close friends. Both Mr. and Mrs. Houghton attended Drake U. where he was affiliated with the Phi Mu Alpha. He is employed by the Aetna .Life Ins. company, Des-Moines:-They will ^make their home in Des Moines. The tigress gives hirth to from 2 to 6 cubs at a time and is an affectionate mother. Miss Betty Russell, 514% South Federal, and Miss Loretta Falls 4th N. E., have returned to Wash-] ington to resume her duties with the FBI after spending the past) week with relatives and friend here. Â· Mrs. R. T. Kinneman and daughter, Cyrena, have left for] Des Moines after a visit with I K i n n e m a n's son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. FrahciJ Darland, 516 llth N. E. Mr. Kin-l neman has been transferred by thJ Standard Oil from LaCrosse, Wis.l to Des Moines and they will joiq him there. . Mrs. Arleigh Marshall, 20 Oal drive, has returned from Oskaf loosa where she spent the past fe| days with her parents, Dr. an Mrs. Herbert Killits. Mrs. H. E. Van Essen, 18 Ke| tucky S. E., left Tuesday for Cb cago to visit her son, H. E. Essen, Jr., seaman 1/e, who being transferred to a radio tecl nician's school in New York. Sel man Van Essen has been attend ing radio school -in Chicago -f several months and will leave. Fr| day'for New York. '". .'-='Â·- .... :. -. :- o .. Â· . Â·-;.-..-Â·. Goodell--Supt. and Mrs. F. Fee received word their son, Pv Kenneth, has been transferee! from.Childress, Texas, to Keislel Field, Miss. WREN CONSTIPATION makes Jon feel poalc as the dickens, brings oa stomach upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take Ir. Caldwell's famous medicine to qmckly pull the trigger oa lazy "innards", and help you feel bright and chipper again. DR. 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