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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTBi NomiiiatJBig Committee Elected by Woman's Club to Prepare Slate! Discussion of Future Plans Held Mrs. Howard O'Leary, Mrs. T. E. Davidson and Mrs. Draper Long were elected to the nominating committee of the Woman's club at a meeting of the board Tuesday morning in the administration building. They will prepare a slate of officers to be voted on at the March general meeting. Mrs. L. R. Roberts announced that because of conflict in meeting nights with the forum series, the time o£ the Woman's club program next Tuesday night has been advanced to 7:30 at the Radio chapel. The forum lecture will'begin at 9 o'clock. The Woman's club speaker will be Gerald "Wendf * * * Mrs. Jay Houlahan reported on plans for the fine arts department meeting to be held Feb. 23 in the library assembly. "Beauty in Foreign Lands" will be the theme of the program and there will be a display of foreign glass, foreign music by a string group and a discussion of the foreign theater by Mrs. Curtis Amen who will also review Chekov's "The Three Sisters." v . ' ' The art committee is asking that -persons in the city who have pieces of foreign glass which they would be willing to have included in the exhibit contact the art chairman, Mrs. M. D. Judd. .* * * T h e literature department's next program will be the morning of Feb. 23 in the library assembly with Mrs. L. T. Oldham, Mrs. C. E: Schneider and Mrs. R. W. Baumgartner as speakers. Mrs. M. D. Judd announced that 56.75 had been' collected at the , last general meeting for the penny art fund sponsored by the General Federation of Women's clubs. Mrs. 'D. H. Fitzpatrick spoke briefly on the set-up planned for the issuing of new rationing books. Who Wanklo Knit a Sailor's Scarf Before February 15 Who wants to knit a scarf for a sailor? Navy yarn for one scarf is at the Red Cross headquarters in the Lincoln school, the last of the quota to go out. It must be turned in, along with all the other knit- ing, on Feb. 15. Think of it as a Valentine. ' If you can get -it finished in that time, call at Lincoln school for the yarn Wednesday or contact Mrs.- Jay Lorenz. . INSTALL OFFICERS.. RUDD--The W. S. C. 3. held its regular meeting Thursday at the 1. W. Edie, home. New officers installed were president, Esther Cords; vice president, Pearle Hans; treasurer, Anna Lohr; recording secretary, Florence Stalker; correspondence secretary, Myra Sanders, and .secretary of missions, Pearl Kollman. DRIVE OUT Roundworois can cause real .trouble inride you or your child I Watch for w a r n i n g aiicna: fidcctms. "picky" appetite, itchy nose or seat. It you even BUspect roundworms. xet Jayne'B Vermifuge today 1 JAYNETS i« America's leading proprietary worm rcedierne: used br millions for over a century. Acts cenuy, yet drives out roundworroa. Bt Kin you sit JAYNETS VESMIFUGE1 SETS WEDDING DATE--Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wearda, 1008 Monroe avenue northwest, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Elaine, to Erwin Zuehlke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Zuehlke, route 1. The wedding will take place Feb. 7 at St. James Lutheran church. SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY Business Girls league-Y. W. C. A. North Iowa Navy Mothers-7:30, Service Men's club, family tun night. Women's Catholic Foresters-7:30, P. G. E. auditorium, Mmes. Ben Zieman, Bud Gamble, N. Van Maren, committee. Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S..-7:30, Masonic temple, stated meeting. Bethlehem Ladies aid-Mrs. Henry Groh. Bundles for Britain-Postponed to Thursday. Women of the Moose-- ' 8, Women's lounge, chairmen and executive committee. .· Phoenician club.-- * ·8. Miss Katherine Sheffler, 641 Second street northeast, Miss Helen Abel, lesson. Moo^e lodge-8, Moose hall., Women's Labor' auxiliary-8, Labor hall. JOHNSON-KELLY CHESTER--Miss Patricia Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kelly, and Allan Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs John A. Johnson, were married in Cedar Rapids Jan. 21. They went to Chicago on a wedding trip and returned to Chester Saturday evening where the bride was honor guest at a shower at the George Plummer home. The hostesses. Miss Plummer and Miss Kathleen Armstrong, served a luncheon. The new home will be on his farm east of town. CONTAGIOUS COLDS NOW SPREADING! Fewer c*Us!... Shorter colds! 50% less sickness from colds! ... that's the certified record of Vicks Plan in a great medically-supervised winter test among 26)0 children. Right in your own home, this easy guide may do less--or it may even do more for you and your family. But with colds on a rampage, this tested plan is certainly worth trying today! Fulldetailsinyourpackageof Vicks. Briefly here's what you do: ··SERVE a few simple health rules. Live normally. Avoid excesses. Eat simple food. Drink ptenty of water. Keep elimination regular. Get plenty of rest and sleep. Avoid crowds and people who have colds. IMCOU71MUTDIS,puta few drops of clinic-tested jJiVicks Va-tro-nol up each ^nostril at first sniffle or -- f sneeze. (Useas directed in package.) This effective, specialized medication is expressly designed to aid your n a tural defense against colds --and if used in time, Va-tro-nol helps prevent many colds from developing. (Even when your head is all stuffed Put VICKS PLAN To Work Today! up from a mean head cold, Vicks Va-tro-nol relieves sniffly, sneezy distress, makes breathing easier.) 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, Hooievelt school, 7 to 9, 211 North Federal avenue, surgical dressings. .' ,, Wednesday Contract club-1, Hotel Hanford, Mrs. Richard B. Senneff. Coterie club-1, Mrs. E. J. Patton, 328 Carolina avenue southeast. P. E. O. chapter ON-1:15. Y. W. C. A., Mmes. J. P. Youngdalc, J. L. Pauley, Marvin Kober, Karl Waggoner, hostesses, Mrs. L. S. Sanders, lesson. McKinley:P.-T. A. board-1:30, school. Our Saviour's aid-2, church, Mrs. Charles Cunningham, hostess. Trinity B. and O. circle-2, Mrs. Walter Swanson, route 4. St. James Ladies aid-2:30, church, Mmes. Oswald Mall, Ed Roller. Central Lutheran N. E. group-2:30, Mrs. Mamie Lund, 812 Pennsylvania avenue northeast P. E. p. chapter DZ-- 6, Miss Minnie McCammond, 602 Adams avenue northwest, Mmes C. O. Wilkinson and H. H. Jen. rungs, the'Misses Mary Morton Ethel Ehlers, hostesses, program. Miss Lurana Warner D.~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 meeting. U. S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30, V. F. W. hall. Degree of Honor-8, Moose hall,"card party. Bridge club-1, Mrs. Carl Snyder, 1015 Firs' street northwest N. B. C. club-1. Mrs. M. C. Swenson, 308 Vermont avenue southeast, desser luncheon, r Loyal 10 club-1:45, Mrs. L. H. Green, 408 Fifth street northwest Clio club-Mrs. S. R. Bowen, 103 Connecticut avenue southeast lesson, Mrs. E. E. Hunter. Little Theater- Postponed. JUNIOR AUXILIARY MEETS ST. ANSGAR--The American Legion Junior Auxiliary met Friday evening for a supper and social hour. Fifty-two favors were made for the Des Moines facility. Valentine gifts were exchanged. Miss Dorothy Hume is the leader. A COLO STMKES, or slips by all precautions, rub clinic-tested Vicks } VapoRub on back, as well as on throat and chest at bedtime. VapoRub penetrates to the cold-congested upper bronchial tubes with soothing medicinal vapors. It stimulates throat, chest, and back surfaces like a warming poultice. This penetrating-stimulating action works for hours to relieve miseries of colds . . . invites restfjil, comforting sleep! MOTE: It the miserable symptoms of the cold are not relieved promptly--or It more serious trouble seems to threaten--call In your family doctor right airay* Study Club Sessions Are Conducted Study club sessions were conducted by Mason City's women's organizations Monday with meet- ngs held by the Occident, Veleda, "wentieth Century, T. A. E.; Child Jtudy, Chatauqua and Marie Mitchell clubs. Occident club members had a unchepn meeting at the home of Mrs. W. P. Butler, 24 Tenth street northwest, with Mmes. John McConnell, A. B. DeVoe, F. B. Hathaway and R. D. Austin on the committee. Mrs. E. E. Hunter re-' viewed "The Eve of St. Mark" by Maxwell Anderson. * * * Veleda Study club's meeting was at 1:15 Monday afternoon at he home of Mrs. Marlowe Burke, 129 .Fourteenth street southeast, and Mrs. Bernard Main had the esson, discussing "The Religious listory of Iowa." Members of the club are working on sweaters mufflers and wristlets for the Red Cross. , Mrs. Frank SheKIer was hostess o Child Study club at her home, 41 Second street northeast, Mon!ay afternoon. Mrs. D. E. Randall lad devotions and Mrs. Paul X)omis the lesson on "Our Legis- ature 'in Session." The next meet- ng was announced for Feb. 15 at he home of Mrs. C. E. Cooper, 130 Eighth street northeast. Maria Mitchell concluded its tudy of "Henry the Fourth" by ihakespeare at its meeting Monay afternoon at the home of Mrs I. D. Nichols, 204 Seventh street northwest. Mrs. R. B. Irons led he lesson, reading from act 5. The study of "Henry the Fifth" vill be started at the next meet- ng Feb. 15, at 1:30 o'clock at the lome of Mrs. L. R. Roberts. Twentieth Century club met Monday afternoon at the Bovaird earoom with Mrs. Earl Smith as hostess. Miss Laura Kern had urrent events and the lesson on 'American Reporters in China," repared by Mrs. Lee P. Loornis, vas read. ; Mrs. Roy Po_tter discussed "Rusia at Work" at the meeting of he T. A. E. club Monday after- loon at the home of Mrs. George O'Neil, 110 Tenth street north- vest. * * * Mrs. R. B. Girton was hostess o Chautauqua club at her home, 205 Connecticut avenue northeast, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Marion Olson discussed the life and philosophy oE Tagore and Mrs. Russell Girton had the works of Tagore as her topic. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Jean Houser, daughter of Mrs. Helen Houser, 224 Third street northeast, has been initiated into Pi Beta Phi sorority at the University of Iowa where she is a student. * * * ·Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Richardson of Seattle, Wash., are the parents of a son born Jan. 27. Mrs. Richardson was Mary Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gould, 801 Washington avenue northwest, before her marriage. * * * Mrs. Herve A. Towner 108 Linden drive, has returned from Winona. Minn., where she visited her mother for several weeks. --o--Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your. Globe-Gazette carrier boy. MISS EVELYN DANEHY MISS GLADYS LOGAN 'NURSES ENLIST--Miss Evelyn Danehy, 325 First street northwest, and Miss Gladys Logan of Dougherty left Tuesday for St Petersburg, Fla., where they will begin their duties as nurses in the army air corps. They enter the service with the rank of second lieutenant. Both Miss Danehy and Miss Logan are graduates of the Mercy hospital school of nursing. (Frank Free photos) Plan Parties Here for Navy CPT Students The" 10 naval reservists sta- iioned in Mason City while completing the civilian pilot training course here have no U. S. O. cen-' :er, no service men's canteen or club. But their social interests and entertainment have not been entirely forgotten by Mason City- ns. «The Citizens' Victory committee and the Y. M. C. A. expect to sponsor jointly a series of Satur- lay night social events for the 3oys, the first of which is scheduled for Feb. 13, provided arrangements can be completed. The public was asked Tuesday :o assist with the "arrangements" ay donations of records and the loan of a phonograph. Records may be left 'at the Engler drug store or the Y. M. C. A. Wilson Abel, chairman of the Victory committee, or C. E. Gilman, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A., may be contacted by anyone who wishes to make available a phonograph for the project. L. D. R. of Trinity Church Has Meeting Trinity L. D. R. met at- the church parlors Monday evening with Miss Marjorie Kellar as hostess. ! · : ' . . Following a short business meeting, Miss Beatrice Lysne led in devotions. Miss 'Edna Haatveit presented the topic "Bernard of Clairvaux." A piano duet 'Meditation" by Morrison, was played by Mrs. Addison Olson and Miss Beatrice Lysne. The next meeting will be held on February 15. BAILEY-DAVIS D O W S--Miss Irene D a v i s , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonel Davis of Dows, was married to Glenn Robert .Bailey, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bailey of Iowa Falls. They were accompanied by the bride's mother and the bridegroom's parents. She was graduated from the Dows high school and he received his education at Iowa Falls. They will make their home on a farm near Iowa Falls where he is employed. --o-Buy War Savings Bonds anil Stamps Trom your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. AfoAH flUMSKUU. I 11-30 CEAPSNOAH I_os T. -J - s i u Oo OM a* x N^TIOAIAJ, crrv, C FIREMAN STWI-S oiyr I.ATE AT ,NIS.HT, ios HIS WIFE BLJWN? T»^ LEE" CROW^U !Kvl£uo-r-rE-^ N. C , MQAH'' I S POST CARO'EM /A! IN CA^C OW THIS AlE , "pOR a slimming -effect, try " this panelled dress on your figure. The becoming yoke and the panel may be pointed up with butlon trim -- have you seen the new buttons made of ceramics? That pattern includes a collar, so you may add a dainty lingerie touch if you like. It's a perfect dress for a spring crepe or wool-and-rayon mixture. Style No. 2076 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44. 46, 48 and 50. Size 36 requires only 3";'a yards 39-inch fabric. Hat No. 2596 is a separate pattern, and comes in one size, easily adaptable to any head- size. It can be made o£ % yard 35-inch fabric. Send 15c (plus Ic to cover cost of mailing) for pattern. Write your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Just out! The Spring Fashion Book--o,vcr 150 inspiring pattern designs, all shown in the new season's lovely buoyant colors and the wanted fabrics. Don't delay. Send now for your 'copy and dream up a successful spring wardrobe. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 West 19th street, New York, N. Y. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT ALLISON ALISON -- Marriage licenses were issued here to: Merle A. Metz, 26, Marble Rock, and Bcr- nice A. Hermann, 20, Greene; William Hcmmen and Swanetta Wolf, Parkersburg, legal age; John C. Boyd, 21, and Lois C. Harken. 19, both oC Clarksville; Lester Mennen, 20, Aplington, and Jcanclte Fuls, 17, Kcslcy. Irene Rummelhonn Weds David Quill y at Chicago Church RIDGEWAY--Miss Irene Rum- melhonn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rummelhonn of Chicago, and David Quill, son of the Rev. and Mrs. M. 3. Quill of Ridgeway, were married at the United Lutheran church at Oak Park, Chicago Jan. 30, by Pastor M. B. Quill, assisted by Doctor E. M. Hegge. About 1,800 people were present at the wedding. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Betty Hegge sang, "The Lord is My Shepherd" and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Norma Quill, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of. honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Betty Burnham of West Union and Miss Lorraine Petersdorf of Chicago. Rudy Ramseth. a roommate of the bridegroom, Gris Williams, associate pastor of the United Lutheran church, Chicago, and Don Anderson of Chicago, attended the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the parish hall of the church. At the reception Miss H e g g e sang, "Evening Prayer," words written by the soloist and set to music by the bridegroom and dedicated to the bride. The bride has attended Linden- vood college. The bridegroom is a enior at the Luther Theological eminary at St. Paul, Minn. They )lan to make their home in Min- leapolis till June. : --o-Archbishop Beckman o Hold Mass for 'ive Sullivan Boys WATERLOO, ( Francis Beckman, Dubuque, will lold mass for the five missing sons of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sullivan vhen the parents return this week "rom the east. The Sullivans appeared on radio program in New York and vere in Washington Tuesday as guests of the navy department. The mass will be broadcast from St. Mary's church in Waterloo. The Sullivan boys--George, 20 Brands, 26, Joseph, 23, Madison 22, and Albert. 20--were reportec missing after the cruiser Juneau vas sunk in the south Pacific. Later one of their shipmates vrote Mrs. Sullivan that he saw jeorge die on a life raft and the )ther four boys go down with the ihip.' --o-- TAKES NEW POSITION NEW HAMPTON -- Wilbur J ? reeman of Hampton, deputy ·Yanklin county clerk of the dis- rict court, resigned Saturday anc Monday assumed directorship o he Chickasaw county board o social welfare to succeed Mrs Hazel V. Dennis. Mr. Freeman was Franklin county welfare director until last April. CHAPIN WSCS MEETS CHAPIN--The WSCS of th( Methodist church will hold it: regular meeting and dinner in thi church dining rooms Thursdaj of this week. All members and friends of the church and thei families are asked to attend these dinners. Mrs. M. J. Godfrey i chairman of the dinner commit tee. ' --o-Buy War Savings Bonds am Stamps from your Gtobe-GazcU carrier boy. 2076 SIZES 1^- PERMANENT SPECIALS, Seir Setting Vegetable Oil Wave $2.50 Complete Written gnar. with every wave. Reconditioning Oil Wave Any Style $3 $3.50 $4 $5 Ringlet Carl, requires no setting $2 CHARLES GILBERT 21-A 1st S. E. -- PHONE 1006 Across From Slate Liquor Store Lela Willis Bride »f Buford Kimball WAUCOMA--Mrs. Laura Willis as received the'announcement of ic marriage of her granddaugh- er. Lela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orange E. Willis of Hawkeye, and Cpl. Buford W. Kimball, son of «lr. and Mrs. G. G. Kimball of rtt. Airy, Ga., which took place an. 22 at the Edwards Congrega- ional church in Davenport with ic Rev. Robert J. Devine oHicia- ing. Attendants were Miss Kathyne Bsckman and Cpl. Walter R .bbott. ' The bride is a graduate of the rVaucoma public schools and of 3ates' buiness college, Waterloo, ihe will continue her work as tenographer at the inspection de- artrnent of the arsenal at Rock sland. 111. Corporal Kimball is stationed in he medical department in the ospital at the Rock Island ar- enal. Meet Winnie; She's Oscar of Fashion AP Features NEW YORK--Meet Winnie. She is to the fashion industry vhat Oscar is to the movies. She makes her debut as the ymbol of the American Fashion Critics Award, and at present is he property of Norman Norell. reentry voted outstanding fashion designer of the year. She is a light- y draped bronze statuette created Jy the sculptress Malvina Hoffman, a n d , unlike Oscar, carries vith her a cash award of $1,000, ^iven by Coty for the greater glory if American design. * * * Fashion editors voting on this rear's award were unable to agree m a second-prize winner, and so luplicate awards of $500 each vere given to two big-name mil- iners, Lilly Dache and John- Fredericks--the former for her 'capot," a scarf-hat, the latter for his famous "Johnny Jeep" hat. The custome selected by Norell or a permanent part of the collec- ion of the Museum of Costume Art is his much-copied black-jer- ey sequin-trimmed dirndl with itted sweater top. * *·' * Citations to specific fashions vhich influenced the trend of the ast year were voted as follows: Adrian's V-rline suit' silhouette; Hattie Carnegie's short evening d r e s s ; Clare Potter's raffled louse; Charles Cooper's .drawstring dress; Mainbocher's lum- erjacket suit; Clare McCardell's 'popover" d r e s s (big-pocketed housedress) and Valentina's trouser-pleat skirt. An additional menliori was given the Chesterfield coat and all the designers who helped launch it as the hit-coat of 1942. From now on Winnie will make her appearance annually as much-coveted award to the top American fashion designer of the year. Club Anniversary Marked by Banquet Mariners club of the First Presbyterian church celebrated its third anniversary with a banque at the Cerro Gordo hotel. Perry Francis, skipper, presided and welcomed the Rev. and Mrs Wilbur Dierking to the c l u b Greetings were read from-mem bers of the club who are in serv ice. Mrs. J. H. Marston was speak er of the evening, discussini "Logbooks." The next meeting will be Feb. 7 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan McArthur. Federation- hairmanls on Program Stella Barker of Des Moines, iefense chairman for the Iowa federation of Business and Pro- essional Women's clubs will, be he speaker at the February din- icr meeting of the Mason City · lub Thursday evening at 6:30 at he Hotel Hanford. Miss Barker vill discuss "The Battle for Pro- luction." The program has been planned y the education committee of the lub with Miss Evelyn Oliver as hairman, assisted by Miss Lydia Barrette, Miss Wilma Slaughter ind Mrs. Curtis Yelland. Miss Barrette will speak on the ooks, recommended by the Independent Woman, which are avail- ible at the library. There will also be a report on he educational loan and trust und which is sponsored by the :lub to provide assistance for girls who wish to get further education. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Celebrate Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Nelson of ^ake Mills celebrated their golden vedding anniversary Sunday at he home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baker if Minneapolis. The Nelsons were married 50 teats ago Tuesday and are the Jarents of nine children. They have 26 grandchildren. . · Among those who attended the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. L A. Whipple of Mason City, Mrs L *T. Clausen and O. T. Nelson o£ Chicago, Mrs. C. J. Brachtel oE Davenport, Mrs. E. B. Larson of Lake Mills, Mr. and Mrs. L. Nelson of Waterville, Minn., Mr. and Vlrs. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. A O Stensrud and Mr. and Mrs. A. J Nelson of Minneapolis. W. S. C. S. UNITS MEET FOREST CITY^The Methodist .V. S. C. S. units will meet at the following homes Wednesday afternoon: Unit No. 1 at the home of Mrs. Herman Keil; unit No. 2 at the home of Mrs. F. C. Dull- unit No. 3 at the home of Mrs. ·"red Dunn and unit No. 4 at the home of Mrs. Roetmanl RE-ELECT BOAItD MEMBERS DECORAH--All .'officers of the lospital board were re-elected at :he annual meeting. The hospital lad one of. its ·- most successful years in 1S42, with 1,269 cases, irtd receipts of $50,000. Miss Olga Sidne was continued as superin- :endent. Pull the Trigger on Constipation, with Ease for Stomach, too When constipation brings on discomfort after meals, stomach upset, bloating, dizzy spells, gas. coated tongue, and bad breath, your stomach is probably "cryinjj the blues" because your bowels don't move. It calls for Lax a live-Sen n a to pull the trigger on those lazj- bowels, combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease to your stomach in taking. For years, many Doctors have (jivcn pepsin preparations in their prescriptions to make medicine more agreeable to a touchy stomach. So be sure your laxative contains STUp Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cald- wcll's Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pepsin. Sec how wonderfully the Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your intestines to bring welcome relief from constipation. And the good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so comfortable and easy on your stomach: Even finicky children love the taste of this pleasant family laxative. Take Dr. Caldwcll's Laxative Senna combined xvith Syrup Pepsin, as directed on label or as your doctor advises, and feel world'sbcttcr. Get genuine Dr.Caldwell's. Outstanding Values of the Season DRESSES Beautiful winter dresses--many are the style-setters of the year, are now being offered at drastically reduced prices. A special group of sheers, crepes, alpacas and even a fe* wools are now priced at only-- 00 "HE YOU TOMORROW"

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