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cur a«rt. 'Building Fund Donations Arc Reported On Reports of circle activities were made at the meeting of the Trini y L 4£ 163 aid in the church parlors Thursday with Mrs. Stephen Viclan presiding. ? «o r u asJUr u er announced that 1.69 had been donated to the *« ng fund by the circles and $2,839.85 by the ladies aid, making a total of $7,071.54 earned and donated by the women of the church organizations. Mrs. O. J. Lockrem, finance chairman, told of the ludefisk supper to be held at the Christian church parlors at 315 Adams N. W., Jan. 18. Plans are being made to serve 1,000 persons from 5 to 7 that evening. An old-fashioned box social sponsored by the Washington circle is to be held at the Y. M. C. A. Jan. 9 at 8 p. m., the proceeds to go to the building fund. The entertainment for the evening will be a skit showing a rural school scene, with members of the congregation taking part as teacher and pupils. Each woman will bring a box containing lunch for 2, which will be auctioned off to the highest bidder, the limit being $1. Mrs. E. Q. Weiseth and Mrs. Kon Hagen have charge of the arrangements. The Rev. Alvin N. Rogness gave a talk on the book, "Primer for Protestants" by Hastings. He sketched the history of the church to the time that Calvinism and Lutheranism came into being in the 16th century and said there are now 6 major families of Protestantism: The Anglican or Episcopal, Lutheran, Reformed or Presbyterian, Methodist, Congregational and Baptists and Disciples, the largest of which in America are Methodist, Baptist and Lutheran in the order given. He spoke of the World Council of Churches which met at Amsterdam last year with delegates from all the denominations of churches in the world present except the Greek Orthodox of Russia and the Roman Catholic. He said great strides are being made toward better understanding and co-operation among the churches and that all Christian churches can be compared with a great army with one head, each member loyal to its own division. The serving committee included Mrs. Fred Rodas, Mrs. Warren Peterson, Mrs. Harold McKenzy, Mrs. H. O. Braham, Mrs. DeVere Hirt, Mrs. Lloyd Field and Mrs. Laura Gregorson. ATHENIAN CLUB MEETS AT PHALEN'S Athenian club was entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Tim Phalen, 510 5th S. E. Miss Margaret Hanlon gave current events and Mrs. S. C. Deyoe had the lesson on Spain. H ^ alth Program Is Presented at Meeting of B. P. W. Club &W^^^i^^^'AS-iiif5.A,iK'ftM. «'^ J afe' 1 ftW>*!S«S^k . _, * , *T —— •• - ^"if"^ f :r- — ~™ CALIFORNIA—Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Eileen Ormsby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby, 248 6th S. E., and Philip S. Kearney of Truckee, Cal., performed Nov. 27 at St. Agnes church in San Francisco by the Rev. Robert G Adams who read the double ring cere-* mony. Mr. and Mrs. Kearney are making their home in San Fran- The bride given in marriage by her father, wore a powder blue suit with hat to match. Her corsage was of red roses. Mrs. Mary Ormsby, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and wore a grey suit, with corsage of pink roses. William McManus of San Francisco attended the bridegroom. Howard J. Hendrix and Charles M. Gates, nephews, of the bridegroom, served as ushers. "Ave Maria" and "Panis Angelicus" were sung by Miss Eileen Christophers on. Mrs. Ormsby, mother of the bride, wore a blue dress and Mrs. Kearney wore a black dress. Both had corsages of camellias. The bride is a graduate of Wesley high school and is employed in the San Francisco bank. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Kearney of Truckee, and was graduated from the Truckee high school. He received a bachelor's degree from St. Mary's college and took graduate work in electrical engineering and allied subjects at the University of California and Stanford. He is currently employed in San Francisco. Out of town relatives who attended the wedding and reception included Mr. and Mrs. John Orrns- by of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. James Ormsby of Ventura. Most of the silver marked Revere was made and sold after the Revolution. B.B.Dobson Candies OPEN JANUARY 8 401 NORTH FEDERAL HOURS 9 A. M. TO 7 P. M. H ERE IM OW! Tl - **—« Itodioefhonograph Magnavox newcomer only • 12'Magnav«cip«a!(tr • Th« automatic r*cord changvr h*t low-pr«- »ur« cryital pickup, p*rmcm«nt n»«al« • *-w«W radfa r««*rv»r • Smooth flywheel tuning • 3«p«rat« bo§« end tr*bl« control* Think of it—a Magnavox for only $179.50! Here is truly an amazing value in a fine radio-phonograph created especially for today's smaller homes. Gracious secretary cabinet houses a highly sensitive 6-watt radio receiver, precision automatic record changer and storage space for six dozen records! See it today . . . listen to its brilliant performance and beautiful tone, and you'll realize what a great value this remarkable instrument really is. Mahogany finish, only $179.50! See our complete line of magnificent Magma vox radio-phonographs today. Prices range from $179.50 to $895! Free Booklet—"Music and Your Child"—Upon Request 1M-11S North Delaware Mason City / £)W ^ / f ^^, ^ (jroup I I I I H P H / / C/.U. Group meetings were conducted aid '. Mrs. Philip Schmidt, 151 14th N. W., was hostess to group 1, with 14 members and 3 guests present. Devotions were led by Mrs. Cora Werthenbach and plans were made for a church supper to be held in February. Following the meeting, a gift was presented to Mrs. Clarence Kemp. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Schmidt, assisted by Mrs. Carl Mott. The February meeting will be held with Mrs. Esther Christiansen, assisted by Mrs. Robert Erickson. Group 2 met for a one o'clock luncheon with Mrs. Jess Davis, 215 7th N. E., with 17 members and 5 guests present. It was voted to continue the holiday program and Mrs. Everett Driskill was appointed chairman for the year. Mrs. Davis was assisted by Mrs. L. R. Brand, Mrs. Letha Uisch- ner and Mrs. C. J. Day. The February meeting will be with Mrs. D. B. Snell, assisted by Mrs. William Carson. Group 3 had its meeting at the home of Mrs. Leroy Mott, 218 15th N. W. Devotions were led by the group chairman, Mrs. James Collen, and plans were discussed for a project to be continued during the yenr. There were 5 members and 2 guests present. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The February meeting will be in the church parlors with Mrs. James Collen as hostess. JOHNSON-RUCKER Floyd—Charline Rucker, Bethany, Mo., became the bride of Merrill Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson, Floyd, Dec. 28. The Rev. Paul Davis officiated in a double ring ceremony. Ethel Miles of Saratoga, was bridesmaid and Byron Lesch was bestman. Following a few days absence visiting relatives in Missouri they will be at home on the Howard Wright farm where the bridegroom is engaged in farming. NEWCOMERS CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING Newcomers club met for a des- day at the Y. W. C. A. Mmes. Maude Hurlburt, Hazel Riley, Lucille Jensen and C. W. Chapin were hostesses. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. Florence Burley and Mrs. E. W. Lilley. "Aching 'Backs' Are Discussed by Dr. Adams Health and safety month was observed by the Business and Professional Women's club at its meeting Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford, the theme of the program being "Your Health Is You" with Dr. Carroll Adams speaking on "Oh, My Aching Back." .Dr. Adams pointed out that ever since man began walking on 2 legs, he has had trouble with his back. "A backache is not one thing, but may be one of many things." he said. "Like a stomach ache, it is a sympton of trouble in that area." He described the structure of the backbone and some of the types of backaches, among them the sprained back which results when a sudden strain is put on the muscles or ligaments in the back, from lifting too heavy a load, slipping on the ice or being hit by a truck. "Bed rest is the best treatment for back sprain," he said. Backaches caused from structural defects in the spine, from postural defects or from arthritis were discussed by Dr. Adams. "A new and popular type of backache is the ruptured disc," he said and described what happens to cause this sort of backache and what is done by surgery to relieve it. Mrs. C. V. McCarthy, health chairman, was in charge of the program and presented Dr. Adams. Miss Dorothy Burch, music chairman, introduced Miss Jean Toepfer who sang 3 selections, accompanied by Miss Elaine Adelsman. Mrs. Harry Vick presided at the business session at which announcement was made of preparations for the Sigmond Romberg concert on March 22. Radio programs on health and safety were announced for Jan. 16 and Jan. 30 over KSMN and Jan. 17 over KGLO. Miss Alma Partridge reported the social meeting for Jan. 21. The club voted to recommend Mrs. Helen Vandenberg of Shell Rock for re-election to the presidency of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional women. Kellogg-Koebrick Wedding Is Held Charles City — Gladys Arlene Koebrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Koebrick, Orchard, and Max L. Kellogg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kellogg, Charles City, were married Jan. 2 at St. John's Lutheran church by the Rev. Walter M. Fritschel. Those attending the bride and bridegroom were the bride's sister as maid of honor; Joyce Jenn and Phyllis Zingg as bridesmaids, Kyle Townsend and Wesley Koebrick as ushers, Lynn Kellogg as bestman, Beverly Ann Grimm as flower girl, Donald Kellogg . as ring bearer, Joan Dinkle as pianist and Carol Friedrichs as soloist. Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of the Charles City high school. Mrs. Kellogg is a secretary at the Oliver corporation and Kellogg operates Kellogg's Standard station. CHARLES A. FRELUND OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Charles A. Frelund celebrated his" 12th birthday at his home, 823 12th N. E., Thursday, entertaining 12 boys at a party to mark the occasion. OPEN HOUSE PLANNED FOR ANNIVERSARY Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Oluf Thompson will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 11, with open house during the afternoon and evening. Hot cooked cereal may be served with a square of butter or margarine instead of the usual milk or cream. We/f y shiver me timbers And 171 be horn-switched If that swefl-tast/ng HOi^UM A/nt super enriched i .. Kjwe s HOLSUM Yes, Cap'n, and there's more calcium aod iron in Holsam, too. Calcium, you know, builds strong bones aod teeth— iron, that's needed to make good red blood. Actually, sir, you get up to 30% more vitamins mod minerals in Holsum than any other bread. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aamodt, 318 Polk Place S. W., announce the engagement of their daughter, Iva Dean, to Morris G. Patten, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Patten, 423 5th"S. E. The wedding date has not been set. * New Officers Are Installed New officers were installed by the Degree of Honor lodge No. Ill at a meeting, at Labor hall with Mrs. Catherine Granner of Charles City, state vice president, as installing officer. Mrs. Thelma Dixon of the Charles City lodge was installing past president and Mrs. Leonard Dean, installing usher. Mrs. Kenneth Baker was installed as president; Mrs. Mabel Schinnow, past president; Mrs. Frances Olson, vice president; Mrs. R. R. Sutton, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Albert Nixt, recording and financial secretary; Mrs. Richard Meyer, treasurer. Mrs. Fritz Fred was installed as right assistant; Mrs. Omri Emery, left assistant; Mrs. Schinnow, juvenile director; Mrs. Ida Johnson, inner watch; Mrs. Fred Geffe, outer watch; Mrs. Herman Wessels, usher; and Mrs. Jake Kringlock, assistant usher. Guests were Mmes. Granner, Dixon, ElberJ and Kautman of Charles City. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Viola Mabie and Mrs. Geffe. EAST STATE STREET MEETS AT Y. W. C. A. East State Street club met Thursday at the Y. W. C. A. for a 1:30 luncheon with Mrs. Charles Gasswint, Mrs. Jack Maroney, Mrs. Ivan Barnes, Mrs. Russell Weaver and Mrs. Ruby Grow. Mrs. Loren Beck reviewed "The Earth Is Ours" by Marion Peterson Peel and "Smile, Please" by Mildred Popp. Side Drape 2919 SIZES 14 - 46 BAG 2851 The curving shawl collar adds a scoft touch to this frock's surplice closing; the swirling side drape gives the skirt a look of fullness without bulk. Pattern No. 2851 makes a bag to match or compliment the dress. (Two separate patterns.) No. 2919 is cut in sizes 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38,'40, 42, 44 and 46. Size 36, 5fr yds. 39-in. No. 2851 is cut in one size, | yd. 35-in. Send 25c for each pattern with name, address and style number. State size desired. You can still obtain a copy of the Fall-Winter Fashion Book, but better order immediately. This is an extra large edition showing over 200 pattern styles, easy to make designs for all ages and occasions. Let this book show you how to freshen up your mid-season wardrobe with smart blouses, skirts, jumpers, jerkins, as well as all the smart tricks of fashion in dresses and suits. Price just 20c a copy. Address Pattern Dept., Globe- Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Miss Lois Immell Weds in Seattle Cresco—Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Miller of Cresco have received announcement of the marriage of their granddaughter, Miss Lois Immell, daughter " ~" ~" Immell of Seattle ton Brown, son < Marley Brown of Portland, Ore., in the Church of the Epiphany i Seattle, Dec. 25. The bride lived in Cresco untl 7 years ago when she moved with her mother to Seattle. She is a graduate of the University of Washington. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Colorado. The couple will live in Portland Ore. W. O. M. Dean Is Entertained During Meeting Women of the Moose were visited by Mrs. Mary Johnson of Fort Dodge, graduate associate dean of the academy of friendship at their meeting "fhursday nigh at Moose hall with the senior regent, Mrs. Stanley Hanks, presiding. A gift was presented to Mrs Johnson by Mrs. Hanks fro'm the Mason City chapter. Gifts were presented to all women who have sponsored candidates. It was child care and training chapter night with Mrs. Harlanc Johnson, child care and training chairman, in charge of refreshments and program. Mrs. Leon Mohr sang a song of greeting to the guest and also sang "Chloe, 1 accompanied by Mrs. Roy Lease. Mrs. George Chapdelaine was initiated into the order. Mrs. Mary Johnson talked on "Moosehear and Its Benefits." Mrs. Lewis Miller announced the midwinter conference to be. held in Mason City Jan. 23 at 2 p. m. at Moose hall. Preparations for the program were made by Mrs. Miller, associate regent o" the college of regents of the state of Iowa. The conference leade: will be Mrs. Vern Mott. Othe: chapters from Fort Dodge, Water loo, Oelwein and Decorah wil take part in the ritual work. Hospitality chairman for the conference will be Mrs. Gladys Bisbee Mrs. Glen Tyler, Mrs. Lease anc Mrs*. Gilbert McKibben. There will be registration from 10 a. m to 1 p. m. Reports were given by Mrs William Muhlstein, membership chairman; Mrs. August Groh, library chairman; Mrs. Harland Johnson, child care and training Mrs. Glen Tyler, Mooseheart; Mrs Frank Stanley,, Moosehaven; Mrs Vance James, publicity; Mrs Howard Arndt, friendship. Mrs. Tyler received the attendance prize. There will be a public party at Moose hall Jan. 19 at I p. m., sponsored by Mrs. Tyler The next meeting will be Jan. 20 For Rent Floor Sanders - Wallpaper Steamers - Floor Waxen Caulking Guns. COOK'S PAINTS 118 So. Fed. Ph. 1017 Kirk Beauty Shop PHONE 358 For All Types Beauty Work Machine or Machineless Permanents. . .$ 5 to $15 Cold Waves.. .$10 to $20 Permanents Given Jn The Evening By Appointment JEAN ZIMMER EVA THE I LAN Family Night Supper Plans Are Announced Wesley Methodist W. S. C. S. :ircle meetings were conducted Thursday afternoon when announcement was made of the fam- ly night supper to be held Sunday with Dr. Edwin Briggs of Newton as speaker. Future program plans of the so- :iety were discussed. At the general meeting on Jan. 20, a movie on China will be shown and birthdays of members recognized. Circle 1 met at the church for a potluck luncheon at 1 p. m. Mrs. D. A. Bartell led devotions and Mrs. Louis Walter told highlights of a recent trip to New York City. Three new members and 2 guests were present. Mrs. Frank Newville, 531 15th S. E., was hostess to circle 2 and the lesson was given by the chairman, Mrs. Dick Postma. Mrs. Louis Snell led the devotional meditation. The next meeting will be with Mrs. N. Wolters. Circle 3 met at the home of Mrs. C. L. Payne, 211 6th N. W., for a dessert luncheon -at 1:30 and assisting hostesses were Mrs. Gerald Snyder and Mrs. Wayne Boutelle. Mrs. W. L. Constable, chairman, gave devotions and Mrs. Ernest Allen, the lesson. Mrs. R. P. Anderson entertained circle 4 at her home, 37 21st S. E. The meeting - opened with devotions led by Mrs. Anderson. Activities for December were reviewed. Plans for a dessert luncheon for the general meeting Jan. 20 were made by circle 5 which met with Mrs. Gerald Angell, 311 3rd N. E. Mrs. A. M. Smith gave devotions and Miss Ruth Ferrier the lesson Past Noble Grand Meeting Is Held Thirty Past Noble Grands met Thursday in the I. O. O. F. parlors with Mrs. W._E. Brown, president in charge of the session which opened with devotions by Mrs J J. Goelz. Mrs. J. D. Farrer introduced Mrs. A. V. Hertig, junior past noble grand; Mrs. N. T. DeWitt, noble grand; and Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, vice grand. Mrs. C. W. Hubacher reported on the Christmas treat sent to the I O. O. F. home. Mrs. DeWitt announced Queen Rebekah lodge for Friday at 8 p. m. Mr. Farrer reported the L. A. P. M. drill staff for Wednesday canceled. Mrs. George Wendt read a paper on "The Life of Esther" and Mrs. O. C. Gundlach had charge of the question box. Refreshments were served by Mmes. Irwin Repp, Edna Stock Nellie Ulrick, H. E. Chellberg anc Amelia Lee. Pink and green candles and napkins decorated the table. A Valentine exchange will be held at the Feb. 3 meeting. TO WED JAN. 15—Mr. and Mrs. George Steinberg, Buffalo Center, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to Alfred J. Steenhard of Elmore, Minn. The wedding will take place Jan. 15 at 8 p. m. in the Methodist church at Buffalo Center. Social Calendar FRIDAY Pleasant Ridge club— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunn. Queen Rebekah lodge— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. SATURDAY R. N. A. Juveniles— Postponed. Officers Named by Girl Scouts Girl Scout troop 30 met at Holy Family school Thursday and elected officers for the coming year. Pat Mason was named president; Patty""Melaney, vice president; Pat Woodhouse, scribe; Sarann Ryan, treasurer; Kay Lannon, reporter; ,Camille McCarron, hostess; and Pat Stanton, Juliette Low, representatives. The leader, Mrs. Ed O'Connor helped the girls with work on their badges. This work will be continued until spring when outdoor activities can be resumed. R. N. A. SOCIAL CIRCLE HAS CARD PARTY R. N. A. social circle met at Labor hall Thursday for a card party. Mrs. H. L. Leake was in charge of the meeting and Mrs. H. F. Goodwin acted as hostess. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. Ed Ladwig and Mrs. H. B. Hubbard and 500 prizes to Mrs. Lena Donaldson and Mrs. H. P. Roberts. Throat of on throat...chest. Melt some in mouth, too! ROASTER FRESH COFFEE IN THE BEAN gives you more flavor than factory ground coffee—no matter how it is packed. You get more flavor when your .coffee is Custom Ground, just right for your individual coffee maker. No pre-ground coffee can give you this highly individualized flavor. New shipments of coffee weekly and only 50c per pound. KATHRYN'S China & Gift Shop 25 First Street S. E. 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