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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 20, 1944
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Performance of "Firebird" To Be Presented R. C/Willey Elected Head of Graduates R. C, Willcy was elected president of the lowaj State college alumni of Cerro Gordo and Worth counties at the annual meeting of the alumni association Sunday afternoon in the Y. W. C. A. A. C. Frisk was elected 1st vice president, C. F. Garland, 2nd vice president and Mrs. D. F. Broat. e a 1 e, secertary-treasurer. The slate of officers was presented by the head of the nominating committee. Russell Weaver, during the business session at which Floyd. Hockaday, retiring president presided. Mrs. lone McMay of the information, service office of Io\va State college was the speaker of the day and discussed the college adjustment for wartime conditions. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean led in the singing o£ college songs. Carl Haney played a clarinet solo, a*c~ companied by Sidney Stott, and Bob Collins, a trombine solo, accompanied by Audrey Baker. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon by Mrs Frisk, Mrs. Harlan Girton i Mrs. Floyd Hockaduy. --o-Miss Luella Asche Weds Lewis Moms A c k I e y -- Announcement ha- been made of the marriage Miss Luella Asche, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. William Asche o Ackley, and Lewis H. Morris, son of Robert G. Morris of Detroit Mich., which took place March · at St. John*s Lutheran church a TJes Moines. The Rev. Frederick .1. Wccrt: read the service and Myrtle JVI Smythe and Robert E. Smith o DCS Moines were attendants. A dinner and reception fol lowed at the home of Mr. and Mrs Guy Carleton Seals III in De Moines. Mrs. Morris has been employee in the office of the United Stale Rubber company at Ankeny fo the last year and a h a l f . Mr. Mor ris is associated with Beals Litho grapher company. --o-Buy War Savings Bonds an Stamps from your Globe-Gazctt carrier boy. StJoseph _ . P I R I N , , uatcfsr SELLER AT! MISS THELMA ESTEVEZ Delta Alpha Class Hears Book Review Members of the Delta Alpha Sunday school class of the First Congregational church met at the :iome of Miss Cora Murray, 610 Pennsylvania N. E., for a 6:30 dinner, followed by a program during which Mrs. H. J. Steinberg reviewed "A Bell for Adano" by John Hersey. The serving committee included Mrs. Inez Brownell and the Misses Mamie Drcblow, Grace Barnard, Marjorie Smith and Murray. Mrs. W. H. Hathorn is the leader of the class. There were 20 present for the meeting and Miss Betty Mairs was a guest. --,o-- WF.LAND-NEWCOMBE Eagle Grove .-- Miss Pauline Newcombe of Eagle Grove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Newcombe of Eagle Grove, was married to Kenneth Weland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Weland, March 4, at Kansas City, Kans. The bride is employed at Allaway's Style Shop and Mr. "Wcland is employed by the Ellsworth Sales Co. They will make their home in this city. --o-- SEASCOUTS ARE GUESTS AT PARTY Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Butler, 20 10th Tf. W., entertained members of Sea Scout Ship 301 and their guests at their home and the time was spent in dancing and games. A feature of the evening's program was a new film, "Senior Scouting," which was shown to the group. Miss Thelma Estevcz, Iowa State college student from Montevideo, Uruguay, is spending a few days in Mason City as the guest of the Y. W. C. A. and will speak at the worldwide observance dinner of the Business Girls League Tuesday evening at 0:30 at the Y. W. Miss Estevez attended Crandon Institute in Uruguay, entering when she was 4 years old. She has been a member of the Y. W. C. A. in Montevideo and taught for 2',i years at Crandon in the primary grades and in home economics and it is her desire to go back home to teach again in the. field of home economics and. if possible, to train other girls to do so too. Miss Estcve/. has a busy week planned for her in Mason C i t y . Sunday night she was the guest of the Y. W. C. A. residence girls and the Hamilton School of Commerce girls at a tea at the Y. W. She spoke on "Home Life in My Country" at 2 membership meel- *ings Monday, in the morning at ' the Higley home, G02 Adams N. W., and in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. A. Webster, 110 Carolina S. E. Other Monday engagements included a talk to the Monroe Junior High Girl Reserves and to the Hi-Tri Junior college girls . The Sptfta) Kirshmoor reinfercedT dge preoenli "rcl/j'ng" fronts, guarantees ibape- retaining jjl Your Shining Hour When you discover the cxlnv glamour of a classic coat and suit -- the suit' outlined with shimmering braid. ISoth tailored with such smooth sophistication -- both wonderful investments for their untiring beauty, their lovely all-wool twill fabric! Sizes 12 to 42. Coal * 45 Suit ' Other Kirshmoor Coats and Suits, from 39.S5 ' 49" On Tuesday she will speak at membership gatherings at the Hotel llanford and at the home ol Mrs. Frederick Olson, 25 Crescent drive. She will also talk to the Roosevelt Junior High Girl He- serves Tuesday. Miss Estevex. will speak on "The Business and Professional Womai in South America" at the Business Girls dinner. --o-Femininity in Spring's New Shoes Ames--Simplicity and feminin ity in materials, color and desigi combine in a sleek, clean outlin to accent spring dress shoe style for women and girls. Miss Lora Hilyard, extensio clothing specialist at Iowa Slat college, reports that fabrics lik gabardine, duck and canvas important in the spring pictur because of their color. Leathers t be used freely include patent--be cause its luster gives hightlight and tone to footwear--calfskin, smooth and crushed kidskin, reptile prints and suedes. A new long-wearing synthetic f a b r i c which is dirt, grease and water- resistant also will be used for uppers. Vivid color in spring costumes complements the limited color in shoes. Polent leather is expected to be n best seller. And w h i t e will be a favorite, especially in spectator-type shoes. Brown in dress- type shoes will supplement blues, grays, green, golds, and beiges of costumes, leather shoes will be limited to black, b r o w n , russet and white. Duck and canvas have been made up in reds, yellows. blues, p u r p l e and white. Spectator and play shoes arc most important in these fabrics. Dressmaker ornaments of rosettes, folds and softly gathered f a i l l e bows t r i m the new shoes. Throat ornaments in ribbon, fabric, plastic and leather appear on pumps. And perforations, both large and small, give a lady-like, f e m i n i n e quality t h a t shows careful detailing. Stitching is import- anl in the treatment of fabric ornaments, w h i l e buckles in plaslic and jet will accent some p l a i n pumps. --o-Kathryn Ward Bride of Richard Dewees KidKeway--Word has been received here of the marriage of Miss Kathryn Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ward of Ryan, and Richard W. Dewees, yeoman 3/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Dewees of Waterloo, which took place at the St. Patrick's Catholic church of Ryan, with the Rev. Patrick Malloy officiating, March H. A wedding d i n n e r was served at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. The couple left for Chicago and returning to Waterloo will visit till March 30 when he will leave to report to his ship, a coast guard cutter. The bride is a graduate of the Iowa Slalo Teachers college where she was a f f i l i a t e d with Delia Phi Delta sorority. The past 2 school years she t a u g h t in the primary department of the Ridgeway school and this year is teaching Dt Lisbon. The bridegroom, who also attended the Iowa State Teachers college, was a student at the Iowa State college at Ames when he enlisted in the coast guard in September. 1942. He served for months in Puerto Rico and recently has been aboard a coast guard cutler in the Caribbean and south Atlantic. --o--. San Francisco is required by ils charier to conduct its business on a cash basis and balance its budget annually. 3 Shows Are Schedule at Library Douglas Breclt's Wonderland larionettes will be presented in The Firebird," a ballet by Igor "travinsky, Saturday in the li- rary auditorium and proceeds vill be donated to the Greek war elief fund. The performances are sponsored y the Mason City branch of the American Association of Univer- ity Women and the library and here will be 3 shows. The morn- ng performance at 10 o'clock and he afternoon at 2:30 are for chil- tren and there will he an evening how al 7:30 for aduHs. An advance ticket sale is being ·arried on. Miss Arlenc Glade, Vliss Agnes Barren and Miss Margaret Frederickson arc members f the A. A. U. W. committee in ·harge of arrangements for the ·how. "The Firebird" was writlen bv Stravinsky early in his career at he request of Serge Daighileff vho was then at the height of his amc as conductor of the Russian ballet and who was attracted by orchestral composition of Stravinsky. "Scher/o Fantastiquc." A f t e r "Tiie .Firebird," Stravinsky composed music for 2 other pallets, "Pelrouska" and "Le Sacre du Prinlcmps." It was his ballet music which brought him worldwide fame since it was in- Tociuced into foreign countries by the much traveled Russian ballet. He early exiled himself from his native Russia and lived in Switzerland and in Paris. He also spenl much time in the United States. 'The Firebird" is a brilliant composition and Douglas.Bredt of Hamplon has arranged his marionette show to its music. --o-Aug. 16-18 Dates Set for Auxiliary Monday. March :0. 1011 1[ .MASON ( 11V GI.OI5K-GAZKTTE PAIR MARRIED 50 YEARS--Mr. and Mrs. George Morehonse will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday at S h e f f i e l d . Both Mr. and Mrs. Morehouse were born in Franklin c o u n t y and have lived here all their lives. They were married March 21. 1834. and lived on a farm for 12 years. In 1915 they moved to S h e f f i e l d and have c o n t i n u e d ' to make their home here. Mr. Morehouse was employed by the Sheffield Crick : Tile company for many years. They have 2 children, Ray of B~remerton, Wash., and Melvin of Sheffield. (Russell photo). Mr. and Mrs. Fatlaiid Honored at Anniversary Dinner at Tubbesings Mr. and Mrs. T. Fatland celebrated t h e i r 39th wedding anniversary Sunday w i t h a f a m i l y dinner al the home of their son- i n - l a w and d a u g h t e r , Mr. and Mrs. Jay Tubbesing. 1142 3rd S W. Out of town guests were their daughter, .Mrs. Eciilh Murphy, and their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. German, all of Austin, M i n n . Other guests included their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Fatland, and daughters, Jean Louise and Mrs. Harry Fisher, Jr.. Don Tubbesing and Fred Tubbesing. + SOCIAL + CALENDAR MONDAY G r a n t Parent ICdm'.iliim group-' 7:30, school. Vcled^ club-7:30. Mrs, Carl Ei'be, 1048 2nd N. W. Bethlehem Priscilla circle--. 8, Mrs. Pete Miller, 711 l l t h N. E. Wnmcn nf the Moose-8, Mouse h a l l , public party. TUESDAY Wa-Tan-Ye club-12, Hotel Hanford. Owcsn dull-1:15, Mrs. Harry Russell, 43Q 21th S. W. Red Cross Volunteers-1:15 to 4:30, Lincoln sewing room. Baptist Mission Study dull State Convention Des Mflines. (/Pi-- The 1944 slate convention of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held in Cedar Rapids, August I S , 17 and 18. The A u x i l i a r y also announced it had voted a gift of 51,500 to provide a 2nd lounge for the army nurses in Shick General hospital at Clinton. The Mason City unit of the Auxiliary will meet Tuesday a f t - ernoon at 2:15 in the Service Men's club. The board will meet it 1, preceding the regular session. CUIiM-EKICKSON Iowa Falls -- Miss Mildred Erickson, instructor in Central grade school in Iowa Falls, and Charles rim, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crini of Stratford, were married Saturday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson of Stanhope, the Rev. C. F. Schmidt, pastor of the Church of Christ at Stanhope, o f f i c i a t i n g . Attendin Gottlieb sister of the bride, and Edgar Crim, Stratford, brother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Crim will complete the school year in Iowa Falls. A f t e r June 1 the couple will be ;u home on a f a r m near Stratford. . -- o -The U. S. M i l i t a r y Academy at West Point was opened in 1802. the couple were Mrs. Mogenscn of Stanhope, MIER WOLF (SONS ^T* refine distress of MOHTHIV^ Female Weakness Lydla. E. Pliikham's Vegetable Compound is made especially /or women- to help relieve periodic pain with weak, nervous, blue Icellngs--due to functional monthly disturbances. Taken regularly--It helps build \ip resistance against such symptoms. Follow label directions. The cut of this frock is simplicity itself, yet the soft d e t a i l is used so cleverly t h a t it does the very nicest tilings for your figure. No. 3G1K in size 3(i requires 3"s yards 3!) inch f a b r i c . Send IGc for Pattern, which includes complete sewing guide. Print your Name. Address and Style Number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal u n i t or zone number in your'addrcss. The Spring Fashion Book is now ready. Illustrates 17S pattern styles in b e a u t i f u l colors. Limited supply, so order early. l"ic a copy, or only lOc with a p a t t e r n . Inchicic 2c c x l r a for handling and m a i l i n g . Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazelle. 121 W. 10th St., Mew York 11, N. Y. 100 Attend Fellowship Gathering About 100 members of the J u n - ior H i g h fellowship of the First Methodist church attended a worship service conducted Sunday evening in the chapel. Roger Judci, Wayne Campbell, Denesc Bredall and Dorela Saul were in charge of arrangements for the service and Roger Judd led the worship. The J u n i o r high girls' choir sang an anthem, directed by Mrs. Ronald Ransom. Deiicsc Bredall gave a reading. That Cause Can Neither Be Lost Nor Slayed." Doctor M a r v i n B. Kober spoke on "Upward Trails" and a panel discussion on "Home Building for Wider Christian Fellowship" was conducted by a group including Mrs. W. D. Thrams and Mrs. W. C. Evans, representing parents: Durec H u n t e r and James Fairer, students: and W. P. Butler and Glen Gilbert, teacher. A social hour followed during which refreshments were served in the d i n i n g room. Music during this period was provided by Bill Nicholas who played cornet and Earl Mason, a saxaphonc solo, accompanied by Dorcta Saul; and Bruce Girton, a flute solo, accompanied by Mrs. Carl Carlson. Mrs. T. E. Davidson and Mrs. J. G. Jordan poured al the refreshment table which was centered w i t h calendulas and slock and blue candles. Mr. and Mrs. John S. M i l l e r . Mrs. John Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Nicholas and Mr. and Mrs. Don Elder were on the refreshments committee. --0-- )amon Eccles Weds Vliss Mai7 McCalley at Florida Chapel A n n o u n c e m e n t lias been- made f the marriage of Lt. Damon :cclcs. former KGLO s t a f f mcm- icr, and Miss Mary McCalley of Tampa, Fla., which was per- ormed Feb. I- at the chapel oF Drew Field. Tama., where Lt. Eccles is stationed. A f t e r a w e d d i n g breakfast at Tampa Terrace hotel, the couple vent to Lido Beach, Sarasota, Fla.. for a short stay. Lt. Kcclcs and his bride arc m a k i n g t h e i r home with her mother in Tampa. Mrs. Kcclcs is recent g r a d u a t e of Lakeland College in Florida. --o-H elping the omemaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Chopped Beef That's Spicy ( R a t i o n e d Items Arc Starred) "Mexican Meat C'ornmcal Cakes * Stewed Tomatoes 'Prune and Apricot Upside Down Cake (Recipes Serve -I) Recruitment of Nurses Discussed Problems c o n f r o n t i n g the Red Cross in the recruit me tit of nurses for the a r m y and n a v y were discussed at n meeting of the Red Cross nurse r e c r u i t m e n t committee in the Kirkwood hotel in Des Moines Saturday. Ccrro Gordo chapter was represented at the session by Mrs. Thel- mn Raw and Mrs. Margie Hepp ol the Red Cross office, Mrs. Bernice IJeale, chairman of the nurse recruitment committee, Miss Kath- crine Wcnzcl, secretary of the committee, Miss R u t h Fisher and Miss Eleanor McLaughlin. Miss Bess C u n n i n g h a m of Des Moines. c h a i r m a n of procurement and assignment of nurses, presided al (he session and Miss Luella Gardner, assistant to the director of n u r s i n g service for the midwestern area of Hie Red Cross, led the discussion. Miss C u n n i n g h a m announced that Iowa is w i t h i n 19 of filling its half-year quota of nurses for military needs. Discussion was devoted to the a v a i l a b i l i t y of nurses, classification according to status, caring for c i v i l i a n needs a f t e r the m i l i t a r y needs have been met. --o-Shirley Stringer, Harold Lawton Wed at Church in Alden Iowa Falls--Miss Shirley Stringer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Stringer, former Iowa Falls Eleanor Roosevelt Best Dressed Woman Among Journalists New 1'ork, (/!' -- Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt was named by Fashion Art Design, Inc., as the best dressed woman iti journalism. The o r g a n i z a t i o n , devoted to information on fashions, named 5 olhcr women as "best dressed'' in their p a r l i c u l a r fields. They were: In politics, Clare Boothe Luce. Connecticut republican congresswoman: in motion pictures,'Ellen Drew: in opera, Vivian Delia ^hiesa, American-born singer: in literature, Michael Stone, novelist; and in business. Ann Delafield, president of the new York "Charm School." Louis Eiscle. author of fashion books and head of the fashion organization, said Miss Stone "is probably the best dressed woman ill the United Stales today." adding that "she wears suits, sport clothes, and evening dresses with equal facililv.'" Mrs. ~ dress Em the dignity and importance of her position" and m a i n l a i n i n n the s t a n d i n g in 19.13 "despite her adherence to extreme simplicity." --o-BITS ABOUT 'EM Roosevelt was cited for a manner b e f i t t i n Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fiala, G33 East State, have l e f l for Chicago and St. Jo. Mich. They p l a n to visit their son-in-law and daugh- 2, Mrs. C. E. Blanchard, 19 Connecticut N r . E. Legion Auxiliary-Service Men's club. W. R. C.-- 2::iO. V. F. W. hall. Kusiiiess Girls icajrnc-- 0:30. Y. W. C. A. Trinity Lutheran Fellowship-(i:30. church. Holy Family circle 2-- G:4f, Ccrro Gordo hotel. Woman's Symphony-Postponed. N. A. I.. C.-7:30, Mrs. Magnus Johnson, I ICm 3rd S. W. Clio club-Mrs. !·'. C. D i i f f i e k l . 303 2nd S. E. Roosevelt Parent Kducatioii group 7:-15, school. I*olice auxiliary-8, Mrs. Ed Christensen 125 21sl S. E. Oddfellows-- 8, I. O. O. F.-hall. Mouse hall-8. Moose h a l l . E. T. IV. club-1, Mrs. Martha Fcrman, 119 14th N. E. M a t i n e e Musicalc-- Y. W. C. A. American Legion Auxiliary-2:15. Service Men's-club, board at 1. N. A. T. H.-7:30, Labor hall. --0-Mr. and Mrs. Mark Observe Anniversary residents who moved to Nevada recently, became the bride of Harold N. Lawlon of Ames, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawlon of Alden. Sunday. The ceremony was read in the Alden Methodist church by the Rev. Paul G. Wuebben ol Remsen, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. R. A. Roloff of Alden. N u p t i a l music was f u r man and Miss De Vctta Gehrkc, nishetl b y . Mrs. J. W i l l i a m Thal- b n t h of hnva Falls. Miss Gleneva Slockdale of Iowa Falls was bridesmaid, and Homer Lawson of Alden was best man. Mrs. Lawton has been a resident of Iowa Falls u n t i l the f a m i l y moved to Nevada about 3 months ago. Mr. Lawlon is an employe of the R a i l w a y Express company at Ames. The couple will live al N'e- Kslonia has been described as a "fair land of potatoes and stone." F. Oison, Iowa Falls -- Mr. and Charles A. M a r k observed lor, Mr. and Mrs. in Chicago. Miss Grace Ann Dyer, d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Dyer. :f07 1st S. W.. has been spending a ·1 day leave from the CAA comm u n i c a t i o n s station al O m a h a . On her return she will go lo Tarkio, Mo., where she lias been transferred. Miss Margaret Gharst has returned lo DCS Moines where she is employed by the Standard Oil a l t e r a visit w i t h her mother, Mrs. Margaret Gharst Dennis. 112 Bill N. E. Miss G h a r s t arrived here Saturday from New Orleans \vherc she had spenl a 2 weeks vacation, v i s i t i n g Ensign George L. Falk. --0-- BIRTHDAY FAKTY HONORS 2 GUESTS A group of women gathered at I he home of Mrs.-Cora Wertheu- bach, 11 Hi 3rd S. W.. for a surprise parly on the occasion of her birthday. Mrs. G. Bamford whose birthday was the same day. shared honors w i t h her and each received g i f t s and a b i r t h d a y cake. The l i m e was spent informally and refreshments were served. --o-- -IO INS V-I3 UNIT Goodcll -- M a u r i r e D. Conwell, 18. son of Mr. arid Mrs. Owen F. Conwell of Goodcil, has just enrolled in llic Navy V-32 u n i t at Slate Teachers college at M i n n t , j N. Dak. After successful complc- I tion of the midshipman course he may be commissioned .as an ensign in the naval reserve. --o-- The A r c t i c Tern is the champion long-distance bird. Its a n n u a l ( r i p totals between 10.000 and ll.OOD miles from its breeding grounds. Mrs. t h e i r 561 h wedding a n n i v e r s a r y Monday. Miss Ida l'U7. and Charles A. Mark wore married in Iowa Falls. March 20. 1888. For a number of years they lived on a farm near Iowa Falls and later moved lo i f t h e i r present home in Iowa Falls. They have 2 daughters. Mrs. Ethel Stiner of A n a h e i m , Cal.. and Mrs. Frank Woodruff of Cabool, Mo.; 2 sons, George and Leroy. both of Iowa Falls; G grandchildren, and 2 greal grandchildren. One grandson. Gordon M. Stiner. is a paratrooper and has taken part in the campaigns in north A f r i c a , Sicily and Italy. --o-- SHOWKR IS GIVEN' FOR MRS. ANDERSON A wedding shower was held in honor of Mrs. Carrol Anderson at her home w i t h Mrs. Sigurd Johnson and Mrs. llcarld Spargur as hostesses. G i f t s were presented lo the honorec and favorite recipes were w r i t t e n by each guest for the bride. Refreshments were served w i t h Mrs. Edward Johnson assisting the hostesses. Mexican Meat ~1 pound chopped beef '·· clove garlic "Fat 1-2 leaspoons c h i l i powder li cup water 2 tablespoons flour C 2 tablespoons m a r g a r i n e '.·· p i n t light cream Mince the garlic clove. Place in frying pan w i t h fat, add beef and fry five minutes, stirring con- tsanlly with a fork to keep the meat well separated. Add water and simmer 1: hour. Add chili powder. In another pan. melt margarine, blend in f l o u r and add cream, stirring constantly u n t i l thickened. Stir this into the meat m i x t u r e and serve. (The amount of chili powder used depends upon how hot your family likes ils food.) AT FIRST SNIFFLE, SNEEZE Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up each nostril at the very first snitilc or sneeze. Its quick action helps prevent many colds -.----.-developing. Follow VKKS directions mgm ·BJh M4M in foidcr. YJrIBIMIQL "LITTLE GIRL" SOPHIST1CATE WE'VE A FEATHER CUT FOR EVERY PERSONALITY Prints a p ' l a s k Big. bright b e a u t i f u l prints are what you want for now and all Summer long. Glorious colors against black or light grounds are here in great variety . . . in the new, slim moulded line. HOLLYWOOD PERMANENTS Croquignole O 75 or Combination Other Waves SS.75, S1.75, S3.75 Ask About Our Cold Waves at SIO. S15, S20 Over Kresse Dollar Store PHONE 281 1 V "Sec You Tomorrow*' |k-4r»-

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