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SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1943 and P. W. Arranges MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Day Nursery to Continue atMcKinley The day nursery at McKiniey school will continue Monday. Application has been made for federal aid so that this service will be available to children in any part of Mason City. If and when the application is approved further announcement will be made. Anyone in. Mason City interested m day nursery care should see MIES Kober, principal of McKinley school, or Mrs. Ruth Hooks nursery school supervisor. Central Heights 4-H Club Holds Meeting The United Hearts 4-H club of Gentral Heights met at the home of Mrs. Russell Birkbeck. Miss Patsy Williams presided over the business meeting. Patricia Pippert gave a talk on 'Here's Looking at Us," and Bob Blake gave a talk on carpentry tools and how to care for them. The hostess served refreshments. Three guests were present, Mrs. Buchanan, Bob Blak- and Ruth Fandel. . The next meeting will be held at Patricia and Jovetta Pippert's home on Feb. 10. Nelsons and Worleys Entertain Shrine Mr, and Mrs. Alf Nelson and Mr. and Mrs.. E. Roy Worley entertained more than 30 officers and guests of Alchor Shrine No 6 Friday night in the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Nelson is worthy high priestess and Mr. Worley ' is watchman of shepherds ot the shrine. The evening was spent playing Eamcs, prizes being awarded to · Mrs. Recce Henderson, Mrs. B T Lindstrom and N. H. Wood. Refreshments were served. --^o-CIRCLE HOLDS "MEETING St. Ursula circle met with Mrs. C. Dehnert, 1702 Delaware avenue southeast, Thursday. Cards were played with the prizes going to Mrs. H. F. Eberts and Mrs. E A Fockens. The next meeting of the club will be at the home of Mrs Eberts, 1922 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. PHONE 989 J. G. PUTH CO. BITS ABOUT 'EM Darwin E. Mallo, petty officer second class, has arrived home from Cristobal, Panama, and is spending a 16 day \furlough with his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Mallo, 18 Tennessee avenue southeast, and his wife who joined him in San Francisco. He is a welder m the navy yards in Cristobal, and this is his first visit home in three years. Franklin Ivan Burris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burris, route 1 is spending a nine day furlough at the home of his parents. Burris is stationed at the Great Lakes naval training station. , ' » * ¥ . Mrs. E. A. Schlick was admitted to Mercy hospital Thursday for treatment. - * * ¥ Staff Sgt. Francis J. Lauer, who has been spending a 10 day furlough with his parbnts, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lauer, 1539 Jefferson avenue northwest, has returned to attend officers school at the Edee- wood arsenal. Md * * ¥ A. Truman Schultz of Galveston Tex., left for Denver Thursday after a visit.with his aunt, Mrs. William Marshall of Nora Springs, and Mrs. Herman Brons, 215 A T mth street northwest. He will visit his cousin, I. C. Keidle at Des Moincs on the way to Denver. Mrs. W. L. Bliss, 133 Tenth street northwest, spent Thursday and Friday in DCS Moincs. She attended a tea given by Mrs. Bourke B. Hiekenlooper Friday at Younk- cers tea room. She was accompanied by Miss Mary McGruder who went there for business * * * Miss Betty Hakes, 320 First street southeast, has completed her training as an air traffic controller trainee at Kansas City, Mo., and between her classwork and A. T C. assignment, will shortly return to Mason City for a week's leave. Decorah Man Weds California Girl DECORAH--Cpl. Stanley Winger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Winger of Decorah, was married Sunday, Jan. 24. in Oakland, Cal to Miss Alyce Nolan of Emerv- ville, Cal. Corporal Winger is in the radio communications division of the coast artillery and has been stationed in California for the past year. The couple will live in Emeryville. --o-- HAKKEX-BOYD CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. I. u. Harken announce the approaching m a r r i a g e of their daughter, Lois Carole, to Pvt. John C Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Boyd, all of Clarksville. The marriage will take place in the Unity Presbyterian church on Sunday, Jan. 31. and will be read by the Rev. D. J. Scssler, follow- ng the morning service. Only the mmeciiaic families of the couple will attend. SOCIAL CALENDAR H. * * * * * MONDAY Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewing 1:15 to 4:15; 211 North Federa avenue, surgical dressings. Occidental club-1', Mrs. W. P. Butler, 24 Tenth street northwest, Mmes. John McConnell, A. B. DeVoe, F. B Hathaway, Roy Austin, host esses, Mrs. E. E. Hunter, lesson . E, O. club-1:15, Mrs. George Walter, 21 Twentieth street southeast, Mrs Ansel Wolf, lesson. Veleda Study club-1:15, Mrs. Marlowe Burke, 32£ Fourteenth street southeast, les son, Mrs. Bernard Main. Twentieth Century club-Bovaird tearoom, Mrs. Ear Smith, hostess. Miss Laura Kern Mrs. Lee P. Loomis, program. T. A. E. club- Mrs. George O'Neil, 110 Tenth street northwest, lesson, Mrs. L R, Meuwissen. Child Study clut Mrs. Frank Sheffler, 641 Second street northeast, Mrs. D. E. Randall, Mrs. Paul Loomis, lesson. Chatauqua club-Mrs. R. B. Girton, 205 Connecticut avenue northeast, Mrs. Marion Olson, Mrs. Russell Girton program. Maria Mitchell club-Mrs. J. D. Nichols, 204 Seventh street northwest, lesson, Mrs R B. Irons. Trinity L. D. R 8, church parlors, Marjorie Kellar, hostess, Edna Haatveit, lesson. Joyce Kilmer club-8, Cerro Gordo hotel, Florence Flynn, Florence O'Leary, hostesses; Helen Vaughn, Cornelia Wasley, Cora Dormedy, Aimed; Walters, lesson. Women's orchestra-8:15, high school auditorium North Iowa concert league. TUESDAY Woman's club board 9:30, administration building Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, 1:15 Milwaukee clubrooms, 1:30, McKinley school, sewing; 1:15 to 4:15, 211 North Federal avenue, surgical dressings. Fanhellenic association -1, Mrs. L. S Sanders, Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Mmes H. J. Bryant, Clay Tandy, R. W Baiimgartner, Kenneth Long hostesses. ·Matinee Musicale-2, Mrs. George Marolf, 31 River Heights drive, Mrs. W. L Bennett, Mrs. Marolf, Mrs. Roger Kirk, program. . A. P. .»!.-- _ 2 - £ : O- O. F. hall, card party. South Side Friendly clul?-- Postponed to March 2 W. R. C.-- ' ' 2:30, V. F. W. hall, lusiness Girls league-7, Y. W. C. A. Vomen's Catholic Foresters-7:30, P. G. E. auditorium, Mmes Ben Zieman, Bud Gamble, N. Van Maren, committee Unity Chanter No. 58, O. E. S -7:30, Masonic temple, stated meeting. icthlehem Ladies aid-Mrs. Henry Groh. Bundles for Britain- Postponed to Thursday Vomen of the Moose-B, Women's lounge, chairmen and executive committee. Phoenician club-8, Miss Katherine Sheffler 641 Second street northeast, Miss Helen Abel, lesson. Moose lodge-8, Moose hall. Women's Labor auxiliary-8, Labor hall. WEDNESDAY Red Cross nutrition-9:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Wilson school. Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewing- 1:30, Roosevelt school, 7 to 9, 211 North Federal avenue, surgical dressings. Vednesday Contract club-1, Hotel Hanford, Mrs. Richard B. Senneff. Coterie club-1, Mrs. E. J. Patton, 328 Carolina avenue southeast. . E. O. chapter GN'-1:15, Y. W. C. A., Mmes. J. P Youngdale, J. L. Pauiey, Marvin Kober, Karl Waggoner, host- iw c t- es ,' ~ ' L - S - Sa nd=rs, lesson. McKinley P. T. A. board 1:30, school. )ur Saviour's aid-2, church, Mrs. Charles Cunningham, hostess. 'rinity B. and O. circle-2 Mrs. Walter Swanson, route 4 t. James Ladies aid-?i 3 ?i -?^ rc £' Mmcs - Oswald Mall, Ed Koller. Central Lutheran N. E. group-2:30, Mrs. Mamie Lund, 812 I ennsylvonia avenue northeast P. E. O. chapter DZ-- 6, Miss Minnie McCammond, 602 Adams avenue northwest. Mmes H. C. Friesner, E. E. Hunter Max Kissick, T. A. Potter, host- Lurana room, : * .* * * * # * street northwest, Mrs. H. J. Bryant, hostesses. Newcomers club-1:15, Jefferson amber bridge luncheon. Our Saviour's Dorcas circle-1:30, Mrs. H. Mannens, 233 Twenty-ninth street southwest. Child Evangelism fellowship-2, Y. W. C. A. Past Noble Grands-2, I.-p. O. F. hall. St. Suzanna's circle-2, Mrs. C. F. Clark, 42-: Twenty! . fourth street southwest, Mrs. Earl Cornelius, assisting. Wesley. W. S. C. S 2, church, Mrs. Roger Pitman, speaker. R. N. A. Health club-2, Moose hall. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-2, group 1, Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson, 1111 Jefferson avenue northwest, group 2, Mrs. William Gump, 1431 Adams a v e n u e northwest, 7:30; group 3. Mrs. V. O. Ferleman, 1936 Carolina avenue northeast. Poriland W. C. T. U.-Mrs. Kenneth Bauer. Energetic class-Congregational church. Immanuel north division-2:30, Mrs. Emma Newburg, 516 Washington avenue southwest. Sorosis club-2:30, Mrs. L. J. Strahan, 1201 Second street southwest, Mrs. Larry Heeb, lesson. Trinity Ladies aid-2:30, church parlors, Mmes. H. A. Kueck, O. Gregerson, O. W. Quisling, hostesses. Athenian club-.Mrs. Elmer Nangle, 403 Fourth street southeast, Miss Margaret Kelly, Mrs. R. E. Sizer, lesson. East Stale Street club- Mrs. H. J. Kassel, 316 Vermont avenue southeast, Mmes. W. G. Schrader, M. C. Swenson, C. O Johnson, C. M . Neveln, hostesses, Mrs. W. H. Rees, lesson. Hanford Ladies aid-Mrs. Herman Diercks. Mercy Nurses alumnae-3, nurses home. Women of (he Moose-4, Moose hall, chairmen to meet with Sarah Dahl of Chicago, associate grand regent. ' B. P. W. club-6:30, Hotel Hanford. Bethlehem Walther league-June Stinehart, fiosie Heimbuch. Women of Moose-8, Moose hall, open meeting, reports by chairmen at 7:30 business session. Martha Missionary society-8, Mercedes Balek, 642 Washington avenue southwest. .. O. T. O.-8, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school,-sewing- 1:15 to 4:15, 211 North Federal avenue, 1:30, Roosevelt school, surgical dressings. Vomen's Christian council 3:45, Christian church, board 11 business, 12, sack lunch; l'3o' program, Mrs. W. H. Boyd, devotions, Mrs. George Marsh review of "The Robe." 'he Womanhood of St. Jotih's Episcopal church-1, parish hall, luncheon and program to welcome new members. Our Saviour's Rebecca circle 1:30, church, Mrs. Martin Rasmussen, sewing bee. 'rcsbyterian Women-1:30, East circle, Mrs. Russell Johnston, 203 Twentieth street southeast, Mrs. Harold Jorgenson, assisting; West circle Mrs A O. Scott, 21 Linden drive' Airs. Harry Kirkham, assisting, dessert luncheons. First Baptist Women's union 2:30, church, program, "Burma," Gildner division, hostess, Johnson division. Queen Rebekah lodge-8, I. O. O. F. hall. ·lamilton Students Stage Quiz Program i Miss Geraldine Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.' Smith, who live south of Mason City became the bride of Ivan C. Pitkin, son of Mr. and Mrs Austin Pitkin of Ventura. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Carl J. Sentman at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pitkin, brother and sister-in-law o£ the bridegroom, attend the couple. The bride wore a navy blue suit and carried roses and sweet peas. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Pitkin home. Mr. and Mrs. Pitkin will live on a farm north of Ventura. (Russell photo) 0. A. R.-6:15, Mrs. A. B. Adams, 680 East State street, Mrs. Jack Smith, assisting, program, pot luck supper, Mrs. William Nettleton, program, board preceding regular rneeling. · S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30, V. F. W. hall. Jejree of Honor-8, Moose hall, card party. THURSDAY cd Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewing 1:15 to 4:15, 7 to 9, 211 North federal avenue, surgical dressings. 'ovcl club-S C ? ,_ C £ OSS work rooms, Mrs. Ralph Smiley, chairman. History club-- rs.^ Wilson Abel, 105 Tenth 1 The first all-student assembly if the year was held at the Ham- Iton school Friday afternoon with Wiss Ruth Truex, Bristow, in harge of the program. In the ab- ence of Vernon Troge. St. Ansgar resident of the student council, vho has enlisted in the navy George Coffin. Clear Lake, vice- resident, presided at the meeting. The entertainment wa« in the orm of a "Battle of the Sexes" illen Hicklin, Waterloo, quos- ioned the girls' team v/ho was cprescntcd by Ethel Wooldridge, Mgona; Ruthann Lyons, Clenr Lake: Myrtle Willand. Joice; and o Anne Dailcy, Allison. Miss tilth Trucx questioned (he boys' cam represented by George Cof- m. Clear Lake; Junior Havi" Dumont; Gerald Coyle, vAckley' nd Don White, Popejoy. The girls' team won with a score f 18 points to the boys 15. Each irl was presented with a candy ar and sticks of gum were given o the losers. Eileen Burke Riceville; Marvclla Ralle, Havelock" and Margaret Rosemeyer, Mason City, acted as judges. Dictaphone certificates w e r e presented to Mildred Philpott, Chapin; Irene Riggins, Greene- and Betty Pusch, Mason City! These certificates are awarded by the Dictaphone Corporation of New York City to those students who successfully complete the hour text. The papers are checked at the company office. --o-- LEARY-KERXS BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Leary announce the marriage o[ their daughter, Louise, to Arthur Kerns of Iowa City. It took place at Lexington, Mo. The couple will make its home at Durant where Mr. Kern is employed by the Central Stales Electric company. Miss Myrtle Ferman, Missionary From India, Is Guest at Marsh Home Miss Myrtle Fermen, missionary from India who is spending the week with the Rev. and Mrs. George O. Marsh at their home at 9 Oak drive, was the gest of honor at open house there Friday night. Miss Fermen, who has been in India for 30 years, told about her station at Kotmi, which is in the heart of India. On Wednesday, Miss Fermen spoke before the department of Christian education of the First Christian church, and or. Friday noon, she was entertained at lunch by the women of the church who heard her address on the women of India. Miss Fermen's home is in Mar- ihalltown. ST. AGNES CIRCLE MEETS St. Agnes circle held its first meeting of the year Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. John Johnson,. 341 South Carolina avenue, with Mrs. Herbert Gaffri assisting. There were 14 members mrt 2 guests present. After' the business meeting, games were layed with prizes going to Mrs _,loyd Bergin and Mrs. Dan Duran. Refreshments were served by .he hostesses. 48 Books Are Urged for Study The Business and Professional Women's · club has arranged a reading reserve at the library. In the "United Nations Discussion Guide" there are 48 books recommended to make an approach toward understanding the world today. It was published to aid in the big educational job before us and the lists were checked at the library and the call numbers written opposite the books. The nine books, not yet in the library, were ordered from the list and business and professional women and others interested will find this checked guide, which was used in a panel meeting of the club, with their reserve material. · ., The list will help with such questions as: Who are the united nations? Not just as names, but in terms of area, population, principal products and types of civilization. Why did these nation's unite? In this connection how were Japan's tactics in Asia similar to Hitler's in Europe? What are the nations fighting for? There are various views on this to be considered. What are the nations doing to win? Statistics in this connection are enlightening. Can the nations stay united in peace? The study each person does now may help in some permanent peace plan. Last year the Business and Professional Women's reserve was much used by the general public as it contained so many line timely books. i ' -- o-Garden Club to Meet Wednesday The Mason City Garden club will hold its first meeting of the year at 7:45 o'clock Wednesday night at (he auditorium of the People's Gas and Electric company. A bird talk by Maurice Laird and bird slides will be a feature of the meeting. Suggestions for the coming year will be discussed. Lodge Installs New Officers at Moose Hall The G. I. A. to the B. of L. E. held a meeting at'the Moose hall to install new officers. They are- President, Anna Harris; secretary, Mabel Barr; treasurer, Ida Currier; vice president. Bertha Walter; chaplain, M a r y b e l l e Schmitz; guide, Frances Leitner- and sentinel. Alma Barr. Matt^e' Patchell is the past president." American Indians have sent more than 11,000 men to war out of a population of about 400,000, creating a manpower shortage on reservations. \ i M Ufo* \ ~/ *//·£ 1 1 1 1 2OI3 SliES ·»-» We'll all be wearing cottons, of course, as a patriotic wartime measure. But that will.be nothing new for the children who always look their best in a nice fresh washable. It's really no trick at all to make up a sweet little frock like this one say in a gay cotton print. And won't those deep pockets make a great big hit with the little girl who wears it! Style No. 2013 is designed for sizes 4, 6 and 8 Size 4 requires 1% yards 35-in. fabric wsth i j yard contrasting and l'/i yards ruffling. Send 15c (phis Ic to cover cost of mailing) for pattern. Write your name, address and Crochet these two different potholders. One is a two-toned star poth'older and the other an outlined star potholdcr. Ideal gifts. Pattern No.. H92 contains list of materials needed, illustration of stitches and complete instructions. To order pattern: Write, or send above picture with your name and address with 15 cents in coin or stamps plus I cent postage to Needlework Dept Globe-Gazette, P. o. Boox 42 Station O., New York, N. Y. style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Just off the press! The Spring Fashion Book all a;og with bright ideas for making your spring wardrobe. Send now for this inspiring book of ,ovcr 150 pattern designs, mull over its pages and plan your outfit wisely and well. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 West 19th street, New York N Y ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT--Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ziegler 209 Nineteenth street southeast, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Margaret, to Maurice Cooper of Mason City. The wedding will take place in March. Miss Zeigler is employed in the office of Eaton's; her fiance works at the Kav- cnay engraving company. (Kirk photo) Press Women to Meet in Des Moines DES MOINES -- Iowa Press Women, Inc., will hold an all day session, Saturday, Feb. 6 jp the State Historical building here. Gov. B. B. Hiekenlooper will be the guest speaker at the press woman's fifth birthday anniversary luncheon at noon. 1943 National Federation of Press Women Iowa Convention committees will meet with chairmen in the morning. Mrs. Jean Olson, state president, will preside at the hoard meeting scheduled for 11 a. m. The day's activities will conclude with convention chairmen meeting at 2 p. rn. Honored/guests invited, to attend the luncheon are: Mrs. B^ B. Hiek- enlooper; Chet B. Akers) auditor of state and Mrs. Akers; Ora Williams, state curator; Sherman Neeriham, state superintendent of printing; Anne Mcllhenncy. public relations director of the WAAC- Arthur Bray ton, secretary of the DCS MoineSjConvention bureau and Mrs. Earl J. Fishbaugh, Jr., president of the legislative ladies league. In charge of arrangements are Miss Phyllis Rogers, first vice president and Miss Jo Baumgartner, public relations director lor Iowa Press women. --o-Miss Buchanan Speaks at Lime Creek Meeting Miss Lucilo Buchanan, county home economist, gave a lesson on "Care of the Sick at Home" a t - a meeting of the Limecreek Ladies of the agricultural extension service, district 6 and 7. The affair was held at the home of Mrs. Warren Davissen. Miss Buchanan also demonstrated how to make beds and give baths to sick people, as well as showing how to improve sick room equipment and even create it from newspapers. Ten members were present. .--o-INSTALL OFFICERS 'CORWITH--The women's W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met Wednesday at the church parlors and after an executive meeting, the Rev. A. J. Barkley installed the oficfers oE the society. --o-- Befofe the Chinese-Japanese ,var five Chinese cities had more than a million population--Hang- chow, Hankow, Peiping, Hong- kong and Shanghai. H elping "the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Meatless Tuesday Save all the tin baking powder, cracker and cooky cans'; they will come in handy when the shortage of tin cans becomes more acute. Dinner for 4 or 5 Spaghetti Molds Buttered Turnips Whole-Wheat Biscuits Plum Butter Tossed Lettuce Salad Baked Apples ' Cream Milk or Tea Spaghetti Molds 2 cups cooked spaghetti 1 cup soft bread crumbs 1 tablespoon chopped onions 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 2 tablespoons chopped pinuentos 1/3 teaspoon salt Vs teaspoon paprika 2 eggs, beaten 2/3 cup sliced or grated cheese 2/3 cup hot milk 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, melted 1 cup condensed tomato soup Mix all ingredients except the soup. Fill buttered individual custard dish. Bake 25 minutes in Moderate oven. Unmold onto heated platter and cover with the soup heated. --o-Happy Hustlers Learn to Wash Separators and to Slice Bread Farmer's Happy Hustlers met at the home of Mrs. Cyrus and Mrs. Frank Renshaw, with 14 members present. Mrs. C. C. Foster explained an easy way to wash a separator. Mrs. Ben Hendrickson gave a bread cutting demonstration. Mrs. Leigh Curran gave a report ori the 4-H girls plans for the year. Lunch was served and the meeting adjourned until Feb 11 when a 1 o'clock pot luck dinner will be held. The next lesson will be studied with Mrs. Charles Wagner. --o-MOTOR CORPS POSTPONED The Red Cross motor corps will not have another meeting until March 2. The group will meet at i o clock at the Red Cross headquarters. The organization usually meeiS on the first Tuesday of every month. --o--Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette, carrier boy. BV^^^^H New Spring Straws Hats of distinction--new high crowns, ribbon and flower trimmed with be- w i t c h i n g , flattering veils. See this crisp new shipment of straws. .98 "See You Tomorrow (Monday)"

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