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3^^^^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE "' ' - ' --- - - -. _ . . . . ^ Â·-*Â· *Â»^ v * Â» XSJ.A A \JU\JjLfMX-\JtJ\Â£j[!j 1 1 -IV Parent *Teaghcr_ Associations Hear Music by *'HUJAY, JANUARY 29, 1S43 Federation Convention Cancelled WASHINGTON, (U.PJ--The Gen eral Federation of Women's club has cancelled its 1943 convention its president, Mrs. John L. White hurst, -announced Friday. Thi convention was scheduled to bi held in Indianapolis, May 10-15 "A poll oÂ£ state leaders wa taken," Mrs. Whitchurst said "and the majority of the womer replied that they would refrain from holding a national convention if it impedes transportation. "Many ol the women asked tha the president petition Transportation Director Joseph B. Eastman to see that departments of government do likewise. They believe that various departmental conferences, calling members ol organizations from different states to a focal point to receive instructions Â·which have been published in newspapers, also create transportation difficulties, and are nonessential, extravagant and unwise." Lorraine Sheakley Weds Robert Huhnke N E W HAMPTON--Miss Lorraine Sheakley and Staff Sgt Robert E. Huhnke of Sacramento Cal., were married Thursday noon at the home of her mother, Mrs C. C. Sheakley, by the Rev. Francis Snyder, pastor of the Congregational church. Attendants were Miss Carol Huhnke, sister of the bridegroom, and Richard B Sheakley, brother of the bridegroom. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, H. W. Ken yon of Des Moines. The bride was graduated from high school here and attended Stephens college at Columbia Mo., and Villa Scholastica in Duluth. Mton. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. .C. Huhnke of Minneapolis, was graduated from the puluth, Minn., high school and junior college. A wedding luncheon was served to members of the bridal couple at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Sheakley. The couple left immediately after the luncheon for McClellan Field, Sacramento, Cal where he is stationed at the air base. Buy War Savings Bonds and Sumps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. 50th Anniversary of Calmar Couple Observed at Home CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Wangsness observed their golden wedding anniversary at their home here. , Miss Tona Anderson and Mr. Wangsness were married Jan. 25, 1893, at the Calmar Lutheran church by the Rev. Paul Koren. They established their home in Calmar where Mr. Wangsness was engaged as a rural mail carrier, retiring from the profession in 1933 after 30 years' service. Mr. and Mrs. Wangsness are the parents of two children, Clarence of Mitchell, S. Dak., and Mrs. A. Vick of McGregor. They also have two grandchildren, Donald Wangsness of California and Marlys Vick of McGregor. Mr. Wangsness who is 76 years, and Mrs. Wangsness, 78 years old, are both in good health. Lillian Knutsen Bride of H. Alvin Domholdt HANLONTOWN --Miss Lillian Knutsen and H. Alvin Domholdt were married Jan. 23 at the K. O. Loppen home at Minneapolis Dy the Rev. Oscar Hanson. The iride's attendant was Miss Annibelle Anderson, and the best man was Harold Knutson. The couple will be at home after Jan. 31 at 2300 Nicollet avenue in Minneapolis. Mrs. Domholdt, for- tier Hanlontown teacher, will continue with her work at the Investor's Syndicate. Mr. pdmholdt s attending the Signal Corp Pre Radar school at the University of Vlinnesota. SOLHEIM-WOMELDORF D E C O R A H--Announcement las been made of the marriage of WISE Frances Womeldorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Womeldorf to Carl M. Solheim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Solheim read by the Rev. E. Jahn in the American Lutheran church" in Puyallup. Wash. Mr. Solheim has been in the army the past three Â·ears. DOUGLAS -GRIFFITH , _ Althea Â·riffith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs .C. Griffith of Goldfield, and Villiam Douglas of Clarion were narried at Bethany, Mo., on Jan. I. The bride is a graduate of the joldfield high school and has een employed at Sally's, Cafe he bridegroom left Wednesday o report for army service. EACH Small tailored hats-- no fuss or feathers but Just o wisp of a veil! So very new the/11 stir a thought of spring. Just right for suits but companionable for most all you'll wear for weeks to come. Ktlly, M, lei DM, Dusty Â«oÂ», Itigi, Aquo, Block, Irown YOUR 5 C fir.*l" STORE 9 SOUTH FEDERAL Performance by Minstrels on Program Roosevelt Junior High P. T. A. met at the school cafeteria Thursday evening for a program which included music by the students n Â£ the Roosevelt minstrel show. The pledge of allegiance was led by Boy Scouts from troop 12: Charles Clemens, Bill Crawford, Stanley Scidel and Ray Holtz. Lee Chrisman presented a group of his music students, among them Betty Haddy, Charles Kirsch and Warren Olson, a cornet trio, accompanied by Renee Reed and Jerry Voiding, Ray Neuman and John Pappajohn, a clarinet trio. Charles Kirsch played a cornet solo, accompanied by Miss Reed. The minstrel show was presented as a benefit for the Thrift shop and $10 was collected in a voluntary offering. Mrs. Leon Woodward directed the show. During the business session, the war service chairman, Mrs. Jack Johnson, reported on the activities of the association. Mrs. Rutherford Davis, student recreation chairman, gave an account of two parties held for students and said that more are planned. The nominating committee was appointed to include Mrs. Olaf Ulen, Mrs. Fred Heneman and Mrs. Clay Tandy. Refreshments were served at the close i of the meeting with the ninth grade mothers in charge. Androse-Burke Vows Exchanged by Pair WAUCOMA -- Mary Elizabeth Burke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Thomas Burke of Waucoma, and Frederick Andros'e, son of Mrs. Minnie Androse, of Tripoli, were married Jan. 25 at St. Mary's church, the Rev. Daniel Gorman officiating. Attendants were Louise Collins of Waucoma and Jack Frazee of Waterloo. Dinner was served by Mrs. Ada Taylor, Mrs. Albert Lusson, Mrs. John Kelly and Mrs. Peter Collins. The bride is a graduate of the Waucoma high school and Pitzie's Beauty school of Waterloo, while the bridegroom is a graduate of the Tripoli high school and js in the cafe business but will soon enter the U. S. service, CALVARY GUILD~ HOLDS SESSION at Schools Smart Suit-Dress XIOWADAYS, when your suit *Â» is doubling for .a dress, it tends to take on a softer style a younger look. This one definitely has the dressmaker air, and it's just as easy as a dress to make, and just as flattering to wear. 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Address Pattern Department Globe-Gazette, 121 West 19th street, New York N Y Beverly Bradbury Weds Glenn Kerlin Miss Beverly Bradbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brad- b u r y , 2091 Carolina avenue northeast, was married to Glenn Kerlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. L, R Kerlin of Rudd, in a Chicago Methodist church on Jan. 18, the Rev. Mr. Collis officiating. The bride was employed a Montgomery Wards in Chicago a an office worker and Mr. Kerlin was employed at the Hart-Par company at Charles City until hi enlisted in the navy. He is stationed at the Navy Pier in Chicago, attending school 'and will be graduated in May. The couple will live in Chicago. BIRTHDAY PARTY AT I. O. O. F. HOME Seven residents of the I. O. O. F. old folks home were honored at a birthday party Thursday evening with Mrs. Glen Wallace in charge. The program included readings on Thomas W i l c f e Calvary Lutheran guild met jÂ£ unde ?, ?* Oddfellowship, by Thursday with Mrs GelrgeCaTd-i^ Berthina Waterman and well, 1429 Monroe avenue northeast, and Mrs. Arley Ford led devotions and Mrs. Edith Lalfoon the lesson on "How the Lutheran Church Was Established in America." This was the first in a series of discussions on this topic. Mrs. Alva James, program chairman announced the George Washington party for Feb. 23 at the P G E. auditorium. The next meeting will.be with Mrs. James 226 Seventh street northeast. ST. HELENA CIRCLE CONDUCTS MEETING St. Helena circle met at the home oÂ£ Mrs. Harold LaGasse, 845 Third street southeast, Thursday evening and after the business session, cards were played. Contract prizes went to Mrs. M. J. Fitzpatrick and Mrs. Ray Holub and . 500 prizes, Mrs. Al Lansing and Mrs. G e o r g e Wobschall Guests were Mrs. VV. H. Walton Mrs. E. N. Wood, Miss Charlotte Bergman and Miss Dell Chinstrand. Lunch was served by the hostess. . MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES CLARION -- Marriage licenses have been issued to Ernest Nelson Story, 23, Blairsburg, and Deloris Irene Draper, 20, Dows- Robert Darrow Tennant, 28, Clarion and Alberta Young, 24, Ames'- Percy Knutson, 32,-Goldtield. and Ruth Little. 22, Goldfield. -.--- ~,_i i_iiinÂ«x t v di^iiiiaji and Hower Lowderman. Eddie Crockett gave a poem, "Miles of Smiles" and Mrs. Wallace, vocal and whistling solos/ There was group singing by the" members of the home and gifts were presented to the honorees. STORIES OF HYMNS MAKE UP PROGRAM The Dorcas Aid society had its February meeting in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. The program consisted of stories of favorite hymns. Mrs. Ben Murray told the story of "America," Mrs. B. T. Erholm of "There Is a Fountain Filled With Blood," Mrs Harry Herfindahl, "America the Beautiful," and Mrs. GeorÂ«e Schriver, "Abide With Me." Refreshments were served by Mrs George Schriver and Mrs. Verner CfUstafson. PERFECT DENTAL RECORD IS SET Perfect dental records have -- ------ u*-j*.u* L ccvi u$ nave been set in three grades in the Mason City schools during the week. Miss Lurana Warner's first grade at Lincoln, Mrs. Vinnie Christiansen's fourth to sixth grade at Lincoln, and Miss Elvira Peterson's fifth grade at Roosevelt have all reported dental care. WEIDLER-SCHNEIDER NEW HAMPTON -- Miss Wilhelmma Schneider, daughter of Mr - and Mrs. William Schneider, - . , ?,?- ^ arl Weidler . sÂ°n of William Wiedler, were married Thursday in St. Paul's Lutheran church here by the Rev. Theodore L Fntschel, pastor. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schneider. They will live on a farm. H elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Enticing Leftovers Dried beans and peas need careful Avashing and rinsing to re- mnvo nil rtt-r-t- *v.,7 m.:* move all dirt and grit. Dinner for Four Vegetable Sausage Cakes Butter Kale Whole Wheat Bread Jellied Beet Relish Salad Salad Dressing Sliced Oranges Milk or Tea Vegetable Sausage Cakes 1 pound sausage meat 1 cup mashed cooked (navy or lima) Butter cup mashed cooked carrots 1 tablespoon minced onions 1 tablespoon minced parsley Is teaspoon salt VÂ» teasoon celery salt Vg teasoon paprika 5 tablespoons flour 4 tablespoons fat Mix together s a u s a g e , vege- ables and seasonings. Shape into rakes. Sprinkle with flour and irown on both sides in fat heated n frying pan. Jellied Beet Relish Salad 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin 1'A cups boiling water 2 tablespoon fruit juice (any kind) 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 cup shredded cabbage Vz cup diced cooked beets 1-3 cup chopped sweet pickles V\ cup chopped pimientos (optional) 2 tablespoons salad dressing or mayonnaise Dissolve gelatin in water. Add uice and cool until partly thick. Stir in rest of ingredients, pour nto mold, rinsed out of cold wa- er. Chill until firm. Unmold on risp leaves. Â·--o-- ATHENIAN* CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING Athenian club was entertained Tiursday afternoon at the home of ilrs. T. L. Connor, 604 Massachu- etts avenue southeast, and the rogram was presented by Mrs Charles Smola and Mrs. Vern iohn. Education During War Discussed That the Mason City high scho had to make few curricula changes to gear its program war time was indicated by Princ pal James Rae in a talk on "Edu cation in War Time" presented the High School P. T. A. meetin Thursday evening at the school. These are trying times schools and homes," Mr. Rae sai "Much thought has been given the questions: What should we d and what changes should v. make? stress has been laid o the teaching of mathematic physics, mechanical drawing an the like. * * * "Mathematics for four years ha long been offered in the Maso City high school and the studen who should be taking it are. W are stressing that part of physic which deals with meteorology Our chemistry and biology course are in good shape. In mechanica drawing we -are stressing qualit as in the past. If the war enc abruptly, our students will not b disrupted." Mr. Rae commented on the Vic tory corps, pointing out that th army does not wish militan training in high school. * * * The speaker described the pla of the V-l navy course in whic the student is deferred to pursu college work further; the V-5 pla for aviation cadets who have bee accepted as physically fit for com bat flying and take ground wor at the high school and flying a the airport; the V-7 plan for nava officers. In concluding, Mr. Rae said tha 18 year olds do not have to leav before the school year is com Pleted if they request deferment He encouraged students to go or with their high school' work nor mally. ~" * * * Miss Mildred Luce presented he music pupils with Barr Peterson singing "I Am the Very Pattern ?i a Modern Major General" from The Pirates of Penzance" an Tom Jorgenson and Connie Man ley singing a recitative and due from the same opera./ They were accompanied by Ann Huber and Betty Grunz, ~ Be fore Mr. Rae's talk, Warren Ruby, art instructor, introduced a group of his art pupils who began a demonstration of art studies with Joan Monahan working in oil. Marvel Floy, charcoal, Flora Anderson, pastels; Elaine Nelson woodcut; Mary Allbee, scratch beans fboard; West on Gelvin and Bob Alsbury, air brush, and Colleen SALLY'S RALLIES '%/nnio VKKLAX N*w toxattv* -- Mad* ttpmtlally for Children Perfected by the Makers Of VlCKS VAPORUB . is fentle enough f oTl ye olds, effective enough for 12 year olds. Â· fay to Gin Â«ri Â»MM-VICKLAX tastes so good children sa envelop ^ -- F vKk vMTOTtM--Be svire to fcy.-'JS?"*^ -Â»? "rue s ?ore as directed. Agree ft is the --~~w uiÂ«* u JftXclVC you GVfiT jjrt '. Â« =ver NO, DEAR. If IS OKE. OF YOUR. -the new cocoa flavored C=! Crowley, pottery. They workec on the stage behind the curtain during Mr. Rae's talk and at the close, their work was displayed. The art department on the firsl floor was also open for inspection. Mr. Ruby also pointed out the mural, "Progressive Mason City," the work of last year's junior students, which is on view over the east door. if if if. Dr. J. L. Paulcy, president, had charge of the meeting and Mrs. R. O. Storvick, secretary, read the minutes of the board session which preceded the regular meeting. Ralph Evans introduced the program. At the conclusion of the meeting, refreshments were served by a committee headed bv Mrs. Joel Hanes and Mrs. D. G. Klempnauer. SOCIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY * Kill Kare Klub-P. G. and E., Mrs. Gladys Bisbee, hostess. Pleasant Ridge club--Â· Mr. and Mrs. David Diercks. SATURDAY Browning society-- fi, Mrs. L. J. Titus, Miss Cora Sundell, hostesses, Miss Mollie McGowan, lesson. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. T. W. McDonald and son, Roscoe, 709 Massachusetts avenue southeast, left Friday for DCS Moines to take part in the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mrs, V. E. Eyerly. There will be open house Sunday and n family dinner Monday. Mr. McDonald will join them Sunday * * * Mary Margaret is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Keohen for their six pound daughter born Tuesday at Rocfcford, 111. Mrs. Keohen will be remembered as Jean Swift, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erdix .Swift, 108 Fourth street northeast. *' * * Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen, 248 Sixth street southeast, entertained at dinner Thursday for Sgt. and Mrs. Phil B. Porter, who are here on furlough from Fort Knox, Ky. FOR PAPER VALUES BUY AT SHEPHERD'S 16 First St. S. E. PlMnc 1362 Miss Leona Baago Newly Installed Class President At the annual birthday party o the C. B. class of the First Metho dist church, Thursday evening a *e home of Mrs. H. L. Wright 321 Fourteenth street northwest officers we^-e installed. Miss Leona Baago is the new president, Miss Reva Clapsaddie secretary. Miss Alice Tallman treasurer; Miss Ruth Evelyn De Graw, rose chairman; Miss Fran c , es Stmdt, historian, and Mrs. G A - DeGraw, class mother. Other business matters were discussed and Mrs. W. D. Thram addressed the group. Mrs. LiTley Installed as Oracle Royal Neighbor lodge No. 476 met at Moose hall Thursday eve- mng for a public installation I o officers, the session being opened by Mrs. Edward Lilley with presentation of the-Hag, pledge o allegiance and'the singing of "God Bless America." Mrs. C. A. Budworth, installing officer, Mrs. Margaret Johnson ceremonial marshal and Mrs George Smith, installing chancellor, were given grand honors, entering with an escort, accompanied by Virginia and Donna Leake daughters ol Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leake, who were dressed in white and purple formals. They carried corsages which were presented to the installing officers by Mrs. Lilley. * * * Another escort team brought ihe new officers to the altar and :hen to their stations after they received their charges from the nstalling officers. They wore colored formals and carried U. S. 'lags. On the team were Miss Roseanna Herzog; Mrs. H. Newman, Miss Ella Koebrick, Mrs. tfargaret Dirksen, Miss Betty Lynch and Mrs. James Leake. Officers installed were Mrs. -illey, oracle; Mrs. H. F. Goodwin past oracle; Mrs. H. L. Leake, vice oracle; Mrs. L. G. Bird, chancellor; Mrs. C. A. Budworth, recorder; Mrs. Ared White, receiver- Mrs. Gale Bull, marshal Mrs. Bes- -ie Bull, assistant marshal; Mrs. i. R. Sutton. inner sentinel; Mrs. da Slack, outer sentinel; Mrs. Leo lerzoK, manager for three years; tfrs. Barbara Gross, manager for wo years; Dr. J. R. Shaffer, phy- ician; Mrs. J. H. Ready, musician. ' * ' . " Â» * The five graces are Mrs. Margaret Johnson, faith; Mrs. Charles Crowley, courage; Mrs. Henry Sillman, modesty; Mrs. H. A. Morphew, unselfishness; Mrs. Rnb- ;rt Grant, endurance; Mrs. Adrian tart, flag bearer. Mrs. Claude ^ynch was installed as juvenile ireclor and Mrs. Budworth, cap- ain of the degree staff. All were ttired in white formals. After the installation, cards vere played with Mrs. Margaret ohnson in charge. Prizes went o Mrs. Frank Schultz, Mrs. jeorge Smith. Dr. Vanhausen. J. . C. Johannsen, Mrs. Budworth Tss Betty Bull, Mrs. H. A. Mor- hew and Miss Mildred Bull. Refreshments were served with Wrs. J. F. C. Johannsen in charge. CENTRAL HEIGHTS . LUB ENTERTAINED Central Heights club met at the -eorge Williamson home with tfrs. P. Umbarger as assisting hos- ess. Mrs. Russell Birkbeck con- ucted the business session. It was ecided to hold a meeting twice a onth and the president, Mrs. lirkbeck, appointed Mrs. Leo Cimijotti, to act as the yearly so- lal reporter. The next meeting vill be at the home of Mrs. Elmer eeters,^ 103 Fourteenth street ortheast, Feb. 10. Installing Ceremonies Conducted Mason City Rainbow Girls held their winter Â· installation ceremonies Thursday evening at the Masonic-temple when Miss Jeanne Manuel was installed as worthy adviser for the coming term and Mrs. Florence Holmes, mother adviser. Other officers include Joy Farrer, installed as worthy associate adviser; Dixie Geiler, faith; Shirley Skip ton, recorder; Dorothy Thrams, treasurer; Mary Frances Wmtrode, chaplain; Donna Lou Erwin, drill leader; Shirley Farrer, love; Marjorie Wood, religion; Donna Mae Triem, nature; Corinne McKibben, immortality; Beverly Miller, fidelity; Shirley Cagley patriotism; Ardeen Kephart, service; Nellie Lou Sherwood, confidential observer; Wilma Furness outer observer; Myrna DeWitt, musician; Alecia Rodgers, choir director; Betty Kew, Dorlese Dibble, Ruby Donaldson and Mary Farmakis, choir. . . * * * Lola Aderhold was installing officer, Betty Koser Stevens, installing marshal; Eileen Bryant, installing chaplain, and Mrs. Nate Woods, installing musician. As Miss Manuel stood at the altar, a poem dedicated to "A Rainbow Girl" was read by Mrs. Marion Kittleson, her adopted Eastern Star mother. As she was escorted to the east, "My Task" was played as a violin solo by Mary Farmakis. A war stamp corsage was presented to her from the Rainbow Girls by Joy Farrer. * * * Mrs. Holmes was installed as mother adviser in a ceremony including a message from the seven rays of the Rainbow, explaining the teachings of their stations. The new advisory board consisting of Miss Lurana Warner, E. J. Koser, Mrs. Rose Corby, R. J. McEwen, Mrs. I Ruth Paxton, Mrs. Linda Gray, Mrs. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Woods, Mrs. Mildred Armstrong and Mrs. Koser was installed. Beverly Miller gave the pledge to the rainbow flag. Miss Manuel presented her mother, Mrs. James Manuel, her grandmother and her adopted Eastern Star mother, Mrs. Kittleson. Miss Warner, worthy matron of the Eastern Star, Mr. Coser, worthy patron; Mrs. Alt Nelson, worthy high priestess of Alchor Shrine, Nate Wood, Rainbow dad, Mrs. Wood, assistant mother adviser, and officers of the mothers' club were also presented.' * V ^ Miss Warner gave merit badges o Myrna DeWitt and Nellie Lou Sherwood and merit bars to Lola Aderhold, Joy Farrer, Shirley Farrer, Dixie Geiler, Ardeen Kep- lart, Jeanne Manuel, Corinne Mc- Cibben, Alecia Rodgers, Shirley Skipton, Donna Mae Triem, Dor- Mhy and Irene Thrams and Marorie Wood. Mrs. R. A. Washburn, adopted eastern Star mother of Lola Ader- nold, presented her a past worthy adviser's pin. A gift from the as- ernbly was given to Miss Aderhold by Dorothy Thrams. The victory march was held proceeds to apply on the pledge to he war chest fund. After the clos- ng march, refreshments were erved by the Mothers club. Buy War Savings Bonds and stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. COLDS, asmortm . ... 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