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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 17, 1944
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6 Friday, March 17, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Pupils Get Ribbons at Roosevelt Grades 3, 4, 5 and 6 o£ Roosevelt Elementary school assembled Thursday morning when \V. A. Storer awarded ribbons to Ronald Flatness, Bill Woodward, James Archie, Karin Johnson, Russell Seidel, David Closson, Robert Schurtz, Janice Osborne, Phillip Frahm, Larabelh Folsom and Jerry Abel who took 1st, 2nd or 3rd place in the recent music contest. Each contestant played his contest number. Miss Esther Granner's and Miss Elvira Peterson's 5th grades gave a play, "This Is Worth Fighting For." In the cast were Marilyn Wagner, Maurice Peterson, Charles Van Ry, Jerry Polansky, Delores Winter, Robert Schurtz, Allen Van Note, Mary Ann Poling, Richard Davis, Richard Gord, Nonna Lee Bird, Richard Evans, JoAnne Puth, Robert Thomas. Other members of the grade appeared as children. Pledge to the flag was led by Marilyn Wagner and Beverly Waller announced the songs, "Salute Old Glory," "Yankee Doodle," "Battle Hymn ol the Republic," '·Keep the Home Fires Burning" and "God Bless America." John Eklund and Carol Everist were color bearers and Keith King and Glen Genzler, guards. Women of the Moose Meet for Card Party Cards were played by the Women of the Moose Thursday after a short meeting in Moose hall. The lounge, newly remodeled by the Loyal Order of the Moose, was open. Prizes went to Mmes. L. Freeman and Mae Groth in checkers; Mmes. A. Mohr and I. Swift, bridge, and to Mmes. Helen Arndt and Margaret Beery, 500. The executive committee will sponsor a party Monday at 9 p. m. in the Moose hall and proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross. The chairmen will meet April 4 in the women's lounge at 8 o'clock. Reports will be due at the April G meeting. --o-Edith Jensen Bride of Leland Lieuwen Belmond--The home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Jensen was the scene of a wedding March 9, when Miss Edith M. Jensen, daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jensen of Sutherland, became the bride of Leland A. Lieuwen, seaman 2/c, U. S. navy of Farragut, Idario, the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ueuwen of Belmond. The service was solemnized at 11 o'clock by the Rev. Alfred Jensen of DCS Moincs, president of the Danish Lutheran churches of America, and an uncle of the bride. The bride was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs. H. M. Jensen, and tlie bridegroom's attendant was Glenn Baker, Jr. The couple left Thursday afternoon for a brief wedding trip before he reports back for duty at Farragut on March 17. The bride will make her home with the bridegroom's parents at Belmond. --o-R. N. A. HEALTH CLUB HAS MEETING R. N. A. Health club met Thursday in Moose hall with Mrs. Ida Johannson presiding at the- session which was followed by cards. Five hundred prizes went to Mmes. L. G. Bird, Fritz Frid and Ella Kobrick and bridge prizes to Mmes. L. Toinby, H. F. Goodwin and Willis Bemiss. Mmes. Ed Deeny and Gale Bull received the traveling prizes. Mrs. H. A. Morphew and Mrs. Robert Grant were in charge and the next meeting will be April 6 with Mrs. Johannson in charge. ST. ELIZABETH'S CIRCLE MEETS St. Elizabeth's circle met with Mrs. J. E. Herzog, 633 Connecticut S. E., with 16 members present and after the business session, court whist was played. Prizes went to Mrs. Elvin Puls and Mrs. Eugene Sullivan. At the close of the afternoon, lunch was served by the hostess. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Forest C i t y--T h c following marriage licenses have been issued by the Winnebago county clerk: Hubert Martinson, Thompson, .and Beaulah Dowd of Scarville; Glenn Prcvey, Mankato, and Jnnet Crone, Mankato; Kenneth Sorcnson, Britt, and Mavis Barnes, Forest City. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES AT GARNER Garner--County Clerk Elmer Raw issued 2 marriage licenses the past few days to Lincoln Goll, 22, Garner, and Miss Marjorie Howard, 18. Ventura; and to Pvt. Alvin Jahnke, 24, and Miss Eva Elizabeth Copeland, 27, both of Britt. 1 * . Parent Teacher Associations Conduct Sessions at Schools AMERICAN MADONNA--All the tograph of Mrs. Theresa Buchta greets her son, Gunner's Mate 3/c 2 years. mixed emotions of motherhood are reflected in this remarkable pho- of Binghamton, N. Y., divided between tears and laughter as she Anthony Buchta, back, from the southwest Pacific, after more than Bernice Bobenhouse Gets Further Training in WAVES in New York Bernice Maxine Bobenhouse, seaman 2/c, daughter of Henry Bobenhouse, DCS Moines, and former instructor in shorthand and typing at the Hamilton School of Commerce in Mason City, has completed her basic training and indoctrination course at the Naval Training School for WAVES, The Bronx, New York, and has received- orders for further instruction there. Seaman Bobenhouse is a graduate of Drake university in Des Moines. W. D. Wilsons Mark 57th Anniversary Iowa Falls--Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wilson marked their 57th wedding anniversary Friday, spending the day quietly at their home southeast of Iowa Falls because of the poor health of Mr. Wilson. They have 3 daughters. Mis. George WoHe and Mrs. Clifford Hendrickson, both of Iowa Falls: and Mrs. H. A. Pierce of Storm Lake; a son, Guy, at home; 4 grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Miss Artie Hayden and W. D. Wilson were married at the home of the bride's parents near Eldora, March 17. 1687. They have spent their entire married life in this vicinity. WESLEY CIRCLE E \ MEETS AT DIHLMANS Circle E of the Wesley Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. E. F. Dihlman, 221 Virginia S. E., Thursday with 10 members and one guest present. Mrs. George Buehler read the 3rd psalm and Mrs. Mclvin Utterbach led devotions on the life of David. The lesson from "Strangers No Longer" was in charge of Mrs. Roger Pitman. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Leonard Simmer. HOLY FAMILY CIRCLE ELECTS OFFICERS Holy Family circle 11 met at the home o£ Mrs. Alfred Mataloni, 821 Harrison N. W.. Thursday, electing Mrs,. Erdix Swift, Jr., president; and Mrs. L. DiMarco, secretary. There were 9 members present and the time was spent socially. A prize was awarded to Mrs. Swift. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be April 20 with Mrs. Roy Berric, 811 Jackson N. W. --o-Entomologists have found that moth worms can live as long as 67 days at a temperature of about 20 F. A GUARANTEE OF DEPENDABILITY! The Pharmacist's sign on our door stands for quality and accuracy in the filling of every prescription! Shirtwaist Here's a design tiiat has all the virtues of the wearable shirtwaist dress, plus an added distinction all its oivn. No. 3741 in size requires 3'i yards 39 inch fabric. Send 16c for Pattern, which includes complete sewirg 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 pal- tern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early. I5c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling nnd mailing. Address Pattern Department, Globc-Gazete, 121 W 19th St New York 11. N. Y. Book of Week Named by Efprepia Tailor The booh of the week at the library was named by Efprepia Tailor of grade 8. Monroe junior high. She reviewed "Jonathan's Doorstep,"' a story of a girl of the present day whose father became bankrupt. Young people seem to enjoy the reviews in the youth corner and brief notes about books continue to come in from general readers. People arc forming a habit of looking in the cases for the notes and taking out books that are recommended by our own readers. --o-The rabbit is the most popular species of small game, insofar as the consumption of. shotgun shells is concerned. Thaf« what n» think! But ugly rounii- worms may be inside you rifht now, cau- inK trouble without your knowing: it. Warn- IHK SIKHS are: irac.ny stomach, nervousness, itc-hingr parts. Get J»rne's Vcrmifusc right away! JAYNJTS is America's leading proprietary worm medicine: scientifically tested and used by millions. Act* Kenllr. Be «urt you get JAYNE'S VEWUFUCEI Marvyl Loree Beck Gets B. A. Degree at Minnesota "U" Marvyl Loree Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Beck, 1347 Plymouth road, was graduated f r o m t h e University of Minnesota at exercises Thursday evening, in Northrop Memorial auditorium. Miss Beck was awarded the degree bachelor of arts from the college of science, literature and the arts. Speaker al the graduation exercises was Dr Stephen P. Duggan of New York, director of the Institute of International Education. FRIDAY City Progressive club--6:30, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Millington, 236 7th N. \V. Wilson P. T. A.-7:30, school. Mason City Saddle club-7:30, Nichols Farm Equipment store. Queen Rcbckah lodge-8, I. O. O. F. hall. B. A. R. E. auxiliary-8, Moose hall. St. Catherine's circle-8, Mrs. Ida Burke, 410 5th S. E. Progressive club-8:30, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause. SATURDAY Our Saviour's Sunbeam Workers 2, church. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Maurice W. Olson ant! daughter. Maurinc. of Sioux City, and Mrs. Dayton Marfilius of Farmersburg are visiting at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubacher. 1616 Pennsylvania S. E., as is the Hubacher's son. Aviation Cadet George Hubacher, Jr.. who is enroute from Kingman. Ariz., to Hondo, Texas. Capt. Helen Lloyd Jones of the WAC, stationed at Ft. Knox, Ky., is visiting at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones, 104 River Heights drive. Harry" Morphew of Jeffers, Minn., is a guest of his brother, 11. A. Morphew, 645 l l l h N. E. Miss Normn Miller of Monona has been spending a few days with her sisters, Miss Emma Miller. 1415 Delaware S. E., and Mrs. George Hubacher, 1616 Pennsylvania-S. E. Mrs. Paul G. Simmons and daughters. Sandra Sue and Sharon Lynn, arc visiting at the home of her n u n t . Mrs. C. H. Bcckman. 251 4th N. W. Mrs. Simmons has been w i t h her husband, Cpl. Simmons, who is stationed al Pine Bluff Ark. Cpl. and Mrs. Kenneth Sweeney have left for the west coast after spending an I B day furlough with his mother, and Mrs. Sweeney's relatives. Mrs. Sweeney has returned to her work at Vancouver, Wash., and Cpl. Sweeney to Camp Stoncman, Cal., where he is stationed. MEINDERS-FOSS Klcmme--Miss Lavonne F o s s of Belmond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foss. and Elmer Meindcrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Meindcrs of Klcmme. were married March 12 at the Klcmme Reformed church, by the Rev. Calvin Grosshucsch. Mr. Mein- dcrs expect to leave soon for the service. Mrs. Meindcrs will live at the home- of her parents for the duration. Orchestra on Program at Monroe Monroe junior high orchestra presented a program at the meeting of the Monroe Junior High P. T. A. Thursday evening at the school. George Harrer talked on the 50th anniversary of the local Y. M. C. A. and the 100th international anniversary. He outlined a history of the organization which was founded in 1844 in London, England, by George Williams. Mr. Harrer stressed the activities of the local association. During the business meeting, a nominating committee was appointed to include Mrs. N. C. Stam.rMrs. Charles J. Casey, Mrs. Roy Bailey, Mrs. Joe Sberal and Mrs. Louis Amling. The orchestra selections included "Over the Top March" by Brockton, "Gypsy Overture" by Isaac. "Minuet" from "Berenice" by Handel, "Nanette Waltz" by Brockton. A string trio composed of Doreta Paul, piano, Jo Ann Hebel, violin and Jean Umbarger, cello, played "Cradle Song" by Zamecnic and a spiritual, "River Jordan." Remaining selections by the orchestra were "March*from "Symphony No. 1" by Brahms, "Volga Boatman," a Russian folk song, "March Slav" by Tschaikowsky, "Largo" from "New World Symphony" by Dvorak and "Army Air Corps March" by Crawford. Mrs. M. D. McMichael was chairman of the refreshments committee for the evening which included Mrs. George Marty, Mrs. R. Burgraff, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jewell and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ayers. --V-Mr. and Mrs. Swab Will'Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary G r e e n e -- M r . and Mrs. Sam Swab will celebrate their golden wedding Saturday with a family reunion and dinner, after which they will hold open house from 2 to 5 o'clock. Married March 18, 1894, at the home of Mrs. Swab's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Eikenberry, 2 miles south of Greene, they have lived the entire 50 years in or near Greene. Mrs. Swab's father was one of the pioneer settlers in this vicinity, coming when Greene was called Elm Springs, before the town was incorporated. Mr. Swab, a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Swab, came to Greene from Lenark, 111., 60 years ago. After having lived with Mrs. Swab's mother on her farm and on other farms near Greene, for 15 years they moved to Greene and Mr. Swab was employed by the Poolc Lumber company for 19 years. They are the parents of 6 sons and 1 daughter, "all living, and include Clarence of Greene, Carl of Mason City. Charles of North Hollywood, Cal., Ray of Glendale, Cal., Harlan of Mason, Mich., Lewis of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Leo Henning of Glcmlalc, Cal. There are 17 grandchildren, 3 of whom are in the armed services; and 2 great grandchildren. A program has been arranged for the celebration at which the Rev. Mrs. Martha H. Keller ot the local Brethren church, will give an address. H elping the omemaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Pigs' Feet and Pancakes (Rationed Items are Starred) Pigs' Feet Potato Pancakes Sweet and Sour Red Cabbags Pumpernickel Sour Cream Pie (Recipes Serve Four) Pigs' Feet 8 pigs' feet Fat Boiling water 2 medium onions, whole 1 teaspoon dried marjoram Salt and pepper. Wash, scrape and rinse pigs' feet and dry thoroughly. Sear in a little fat in an iron kettle. Adc boiling water" to cover, onions and seasonings. Cover and simmei over low heat until tender--abou 4 hours. Remove pigs' feet from stock and make brown gravy o! the stock, which is then poured over the pigs" feet. Raisin Pie 1 pic shell 4 egg yolks '.» teaspoon salt *\~ cup sugar 1 cup sour cream 5 2 tablespoons confectioner's sugar *1 cup raisins 2 tablespoons lemon juice. Prepare pie shell, bake and cool. Beat egg yolks. Add sugar, salt and lemon juice. Place over hot water and cook u n t i l thick, stirring constantly. Cool. Stir confectioner's sugar into sour cream and combine with original mixture. Fold in raisins. Put into pastry shell and chill in refrigerator at least 12 hours. Lima beans, cooked and mashed, can be mixed with crumbs and seasonings and then formed into small cakes. Brown and serve hot with tomato or savory brown sauce or a creamed vegetable as the main-dish for supper or d i n - ner. This gives- a meat alternate low in ration point and money cost. ST. PATRICK'S DAY--Tis a great clay for the Irish, as Marianne O'Brien and Jean Sullivan will testify. We don't know if they come from County Cork, but those costumes and those names seem authentic to us. Marianne will be seen in "Cinderella Jones " and Jean will be starred with Errol Flynn in "Uncertain Glory." Boy Scout Work Topic at Meeting Central Heights P. T. A. met at the school Thursday evening with Mrs. Frank DeVary acting as master of ceremonies. Speaker of the evening Duncan W. McCallum who presented the organization the Boy Scout charter and explained Boy Scout work. He stated that while' scouting is training for successful peacetime living, both the army and navy have found that former Boy Scouts make good officer material. This training in boyhood has developed qualities of dependability, self-reliance and leadership. Mrs. DeVary introduced Lavonne Shaffex* who played a piano solo and Patricia Williams who sang. Pupils of Miss Izetta Pine's room took part in the program and a group of songs was presented by Shirley Jamison, Sherry Swanson. Violet Shephert and Betty Carroll. Phyllis Burns, Vadena Edwards and Shirley Jamison gave a group reading. During the business session, it was decided to have pay night on April 14. Miss Lenore Sorensen's and Mrs. William Parks' rooms tied in the room count- Mrs. DeVary led in community singing with Mrs. T. R. Eiler accompanying. A committee, headed by Mrs. K. R. Sifert, served refreshments at the close of the evening. ROOSEVELT BROWN'IES TO ATTEND SERVICES Members of the Roosevelt Brownie troop No. 15 will attend services at the Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday morning, meet- in!.' at. the L. E. Fisher home, 21G 15th S. E.. at 10:30. According to Mrs. Carl A. Anderson, the leader, attendance is voluntary and transportation will be provided. MRS. MARTIN HOSTESS TO ATHENIAN CLUB Mrs. Walter Martin entertained the Athenian club at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Franchere. 930 Madison N. W.^Thursday. Current Events were led by Mrs. E. M. Nangle. Mrs. A. C. Kluck led community singing, accompanied by Mrs. J. ^Douglas. The lesson was in charge of Mrs. Douglas. The next meeting will be March 23. --o-An acre of land used to produce corn on the average provides food for a person for 635 days: if the corn is fed to hogs, it provides food in the form of pork for only 125 days. Couple at Otranto Plan Anniversary Otranto Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Campbell will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday at the Otranto church. Dinner will be served at 12 o'clock noon in the church dining room followed by a program at 2 o'clock and open house from 3 to 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell have lived in and around Otranto most of their married life. They have 6 children who plan on being present at this event. --o-MARJORIE DAVIS HONORED AT PARTY Miss Marjorie Davis was honored at a party on her birthday at the home of Mrs. Mack Cordle, 1608 Pennsylvania S. E., and the time was spent playing court whist. Prizes went to Miss Phyllis Quenrud and Goodreau. Miss Georgianne Delinquency Discussed at Meeting Mrs. G. E. Harrison spoke on 'The Delinquency of Children" at the meeting of the Jefferson P. T. A. Thursday evening, at the school with Mrs. Russell Weaver, president, in charge. "What is this war doing to our children?" Mrs. Harrison asked and said that the FBI reports a 55 3er cent increase in arrests of those under 21 years in 1942 over 1941. "It is the responsibility of Barents to help children prepare :o face the future," she said. Sandra Wood, Karen Temple, Terry Finley, John Mikovec, Patty and Dick Grippen,' played 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," 'Deep in the Heart of Texas" and 'The Marine Hymn" on their flutes. Donald Brendel played a piano solo, "The Spinning Song" by Ellmcnreich. Marvyl H e i g h t Clayed a piano solo, "Impromptu" by Thompson and a duet with Mrs. W. B. Mc.Clellan, "Melody .n F." Tommy DeBois played on nis marimba, "Melody of Love" ay Engelmann, "Repasz Band" by Lincoln, "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" by Friedman and "Home on the Raange." During the business meeting the war saving stamp committee reported the sale of $983.05 in stamps. Mrs. Weaver and one other member were voted as delegates to the district P. T. A. convention at Ft. Dodge March 31. As the sponsoring organization it was voted to send for an application for a charter for Boy Scout Troop 2. It was also voted to sponsor a Cub Scout troop for the Jefferson boys. The safety course to be held March 28 at the P. G. E.. auditorium at 7:30 was announced and all were urged to attend. Mrs. O. A. Buechle reported the 2nd grade as attendance winners. Mrs. O. Schafer read the president's message. Mrs. E. J. Spreng- eler announced the next Parent Education .group meeting April 11, at the home of Mrs. H. S. Palmer. Mrs. W. H. Rces, hospitality chairman, invited the guests to the dining room where refreshments were served by Mmes. H. B. Nei- bergal, A. W. Craig, B. R. Baumgardner, W. E. Lewis, R. A. Tracy and Ed Yezek. · Royal Doulton · Wedgwood · Hariland · Minion Bone China WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE All Dressed Up in a New Coat for Easter ^'''£'\~X *~~~~ r*~ *\b * The little darling's probably outgrown lost year's coat --so if there isn't even a hem to let down, you'll have to buy a new one. And we lay claim to'having the sweetest in looks, and the most serviceable in quality, that can be found. Sizes from 2 to 16. A grand variety in all price ranges from $7.95 to $16.95 "Sec You Tomorrow"

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