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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, January 7, 1949
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!•*>•• Cilr QUbc-OizttU, Malta City, la. WEDDING DATE SET — and Mrs. Cecil Ackley of ble Rock announce the preaching marriage of daughter, LaVonne, to Krull, son of Mr. and Mrs. ry Krull of Greene. The ding will take place Jan the Methodist church in ble Rock. Mr. Marap- their Lyle Hen- wed- 23 at Mar- Choral Society to Have Meet ing New officers will be elected at a meeting of the Mason City Choral society which has been called for Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. A brief business session will be held a1 which plans for future activitie; will be made. Refreshments wil be served and hour wil follow. Paul Revere the silvermaker and patriot died in 1818. EXPERT Watch Repairing 10-Day Service RAY SENEY 19 East State St. Business, Professiona Worn DAR Delegates Are Selected For Congress Delegates to the continental congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution were elected at the meeting of the Mason City chapter Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ben Henry 112i 5th N. W. Mrs. Raymond Coe, regent, and Mrs. Harold Posey were named delegates to the session which will be April 18 to 22 in Washington. Mrs. Henry Koeneke and Mrs. W. J. Barbour were elected alternates. Atty. Remley J. Glass was the speaker of the afternoon, discussing the early history of Mason City. He spoke of the settlements in this territory before Iowa became the 29th state and described the beginnings of Cerro Gordo county giving the locations of the first store, the churches and schools. Mr. Glass commented on family life of the community and recalled incidents from his own boyhood. He gave an account of early political activities in Cerro Gordo county. Mrs. Coe presided during the business session. Plans were made Cor packing a box of clothing at the February meeting to be sent to the Kate Duncan Smith D. A. R. school at Grant, Ala. Mrs. Adelaide Oliver was welcomed into the chapter as a new member. Mmes. A. B. Adams, Jack Smith, Harold Neibergal and Fred Reddens were the assisting hostesses. * * * «. * en Prepare for Concert NORTHEAST GROUP CONDUCTS MEETING The northeast group of Central Lutheran church met at the home of Mrs. Mamie Lund, 622 Pennsylvania N. E., Wednesday afternoon. The origin of the hymn, "I Am a Child of the King" was given by Mrs. Edwin Williams. Plans were made for the father and son banquet Feb. 7. Mrs. Williams was appointed hospitality chairman. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Jacob Frank was a guest. The next meeting will be with Mrs. A. Burmeister on Feb. 2. MRS. JOHN VANCE MRS. W. R. HAMILTON New Officers Are Installed by Auxiliary New officers were installed by the Women's Labor auxiliary No. 6 at a meeting at Labor hall with Mrs. J. H. Sprau presiding and Mrs. C. D. Herr as installing officer. Mrs. Irwin Paschka was installed as president, Mrs. Harold Wiegand, vice president; Mrs. J. W. Dyer, recording secretary; Mrs. James Griebling, financial secretary and treasurer; Mrs. J. S. Leake, guard; Mrs. R. J. Grant, assistant guard; Mrs. Frances O'Donnell, conductor; Mrs. B. B. Leath, chaplain; Mrs. Sprau, past president. A handkerchief shower was held for the outgoing president, Mrs. Sprau. Refreshments were served in honor of her birthday. The next meeting will be Jan. 18. presiding and Mrs. O. C. Sorlien as guest speaker/ Mrs. Sorlien discussed "Church Liturgies." Mrs. Jesse Chase led the Bible study on Moses. Hymns were sung. Scriptune was read by Mrs. Snyder and the Rev. Joel Dobbe led in prayer. The meeting was closed with a hymn and the Lord's Prayer. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Hunt and Mrs. Lyda Brown. Our Saviour's Aid Has Meeting Our Saviour's Ladies aid met Wednesday in the Victory room of the church with Mrs. E. J. Snyder MRS. SHIMA HOSTESS TO TABITHA CIRCLE Mrs. Joe Shima, 807 llth N. E., was hostess to the Tabitha circle at a meeting Wednesday at her home. Mrs. Victor Snyder led devotions and Mrs. Clarence Nolte, president, had charge of a discussion of plans for the new year. Mrs. Graydon Snelson was taken in as a new member. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ed Ru- zat, 1105 Rhode Island N. E. CRONIN-DEXTER AUXILIARY MEETS Cronin-Dexter auxiliary to the United Spanish War Veterans met at the Legion clubrooms Wednesday evening with Mrs. Jack Corcoran in charge. Mrs. E. H Vining was accepted as a new member. Lunch was served after the meeting. The circle meeting was announced to be with Mrs Clara Jorgenson. Club Chairmen Are Appointed During Meeting Plans for bringing Sigmund Romberg and his concert orchestra to this community on March 22 were outlined at a meeting Wednesday of the executive committee in charge of the event which is being sponsored by the Business and Professional Women's club. Mrs. W. R. Hamilton is general chairman, with Mrs. John Vance as co-chairman. Mrs. Vance will also direct the out of town ticket sales for the concert. Headquarters for the ticket sale will be at the Vance Music store. Miss Nora Factor will be finance chairman, Miss Loretta Welsh, member organization; Mrs. J. E. Osbprne, house; Miss Mildred Kuhlemeier, advertising; and Miss Eleanor McLaughlin, publicity. An advance ticket sale is being arranged to begin in the near future. BITS ABOUT 'EM Candace Elaine is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Holt of Minneapolis for their daughter born Jan. 3. The baby is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Holt, 304 First N. E. Miss Delores Lund has returned to her studies at Wartburg college after spending the holidays at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mamie Lund, 622 Pennsylvania N. E. CARD PARTY HELD BY WOMEN OF MOOSE Women of the Moose sponsored a public card party Wednesday afternoon at Moose hall. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. O. Anderson and Mrs. Roy Larson and 500 prizes to Mrs. G. W. Donaldson and Mrs. Fred Duke. Mrs. Donaldson received the attendance prize. The next card party will be Jan. 19. Grated canned tuna makes quick open-face luncheon sandwiches. Combine it with a little grated onion and mayonnaise and spread slices; top each slice with a slice of tomato aand a little partly- cooked bacon—cut in bits—and brofl until heated through. MILLIONS OF WOMEN NOW HAVE EASIER WASHDAYS! SUPER-WETTING ACTION NEW INGREDIENT CHS WHITE WASH WHITER ...COLORS BRIGHTER! FAB contains a /abulows new ingredient that gets white wash whiter, colors brighter. Besides. there is no soap scum to "gray" white wash or to dull colors when you wash with FAB. FAB WASHES CLOTHES CLEANER THAN ANY SOAP! FAB with Super-Wetting Action instantly penetrates materials; pushes out dirt. Washes grimiest overalls cleaner faster . than soap! No "graying" •oap scum. Wash is Whiter, cleaner! FAB WASHES CHEAPER ...IN HARDEST WATER! Laboratory tests prove that cup for cup, in hard water, FAB washes up to twice as much family wash as soap. You'll notice that all of FAB washes ... Nothing is wasted in soap scum! FAB WASHES DISHES TWICE AS FAST! No need to wipe dishes. Just wash with FAB, and rinse. NO soap scum to polish away. Even glassware sparkles! FAB slashes through grease as no soap can do! Pots and pans get clean easier. washes everything FASTER, CLEANER, WHITER, than any hardest water! FABulous new washday discover)' from Colgate-Palmolive- Peet laboratories gives rich suds with no soap scum in hardest water! Cleans even grimiest overalls cleaner faster! 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Thia shows how FAB with Super-Wetting Action penetrates materials faster and more thoroughly. i \Alcan Highway Trip Recalled by Miss Flynn Ruggedness of an automobile trip to Alaska was recalled by Miss Florence Flynn in a talk before the Wesleyan Service guild of the First Methodist church Wednesday evening at the church. Miss Flynn and 2 companions covered some 4,300 adventurous miles from Cedar Falls to Fairbanks. "All the weather there is," said she, "Alaska has. It's a land where gasoline turns to slush at 83 below. In August travelers en- . counter rains, flash floods and memorable mud roads. There were compensations in blue mountains, snovycapped, blue waters, blue glaciers. Even the. mists that sifted through the valleys were blue. Through tall birch trees and pines shadowing the winding Alaskan highway were glimpses of blue sky; and even the scarred earth devastated by forest fires was reclaimed by flaming purple fireweed and other gorgeous wild flowers in profusion and ever changing beauty. The wild roses should have been Alaskan's state flower instead of the forget-me- not. TRAVELING IN SOUTH—Miss Joanne Chandlee, daughter of Mrs. Hazel Chandlee, 123 West State, became the bride of Lloyd V Coomes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fredericks of Buffalo Center in the First Christian church. The Rev. Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the *First Methodist church read the double ring service by candlelight n a setting of white chrysanthemums and pink gladiolus and palms, Jan. 2. Miss Joanne Toepfer sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Helen Dunn, organist. The bride who was given in marriage by her uncle, Wayne 3outelle, had as her matron of icnor, Mrs. Robert Kislia. Edwin T. Auken of Buffalo Center was Mr. Coomes' bestman and the ushers were Robert Kislia and Walter C. Balduff. The bride wore a pearl gray suit with an aqua feather hat and carried an aqua muff adorned with talisman roses and aqua streamers. Mrs. Kislia wore a gray suit with pink accessories and a corsage of pink roses and carna- ;ions. Mrs. Chandlee, mother of the bride, wore a dubonnet suit with gray accessories and the bridegroom's mother, a green suit with arown accessories. Both had corsages of gardenias and pink carnations. A reception in the church parlor followed the ceremony. The table was in green and white and Mrs. Walter C. Balduff and Miss Dorothy Hanes poured. Miss Jeanice O'Brien and Mrs. Bill Ingebretson served the wedding cake. Mrs. Crosby Ingersoll had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Luverna Farrer played piano selections during the reception. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fredericks of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hughes and daughter of Thompson. Mrs. Hughes is a sister of the bridegroom. Mr. Coomes and his bride have left for Bedalia, Mo., and Chattanooga, Tenn., and expect to be traveling for the Modern Arts Dis- Queen Circle Has Election of Officers Queen Rebekah circle elected officers at its meeting Wednesday afternoon in the I. O. O. F. hall, naming Mrs. V. Hertig as president, Mrs. L. A. Parker, vice president; Mrs. F. L. Curtis, secretary, and Mrs. G. Angel, treasurer. Mrs. C. Hubacher conducted the meeting at which a report of the auditing committee was made by Mrs. M. Maxon. Mrs. C. Whitney was appointed musician and Mrs. C. Shultz, reporter. Mrs. C. Hubacher, Mrs. M. Fessenden, Mrs. O. Gundlach and Mrs. M. Maxson were named to take care of the new calendar. , It was voted to have a membership contest with Mrs. S. Kock and Mrs. D. J. Perdue as chairmen for the N. W. and S. E* sections and Mrs. J. Farrer and Mrs. L. A. Parker, the N. E. and S. W. sections. Mrs. Schultz had charge, of the program. Games were played, prizes going to Mmes. Parker, Hertig, Perdue, Maxon, Montgomery, Elliott and Roggensack. Lunch was served by the past officers. The next meeting will be Jan. 19 with Mrs. Angel's refreshment committee in charge. Mrs. C. Hubacher will be program chairman. —o— Social Calendar THURSDAY Union Memorial Methodist church 5:30, church, chicken dinner. B. P. W. club— 6:30, Hotel Hanford. First Baptist Women's union— 7:30, church. Daughters of Penelope— 7:30, Ahepa hall. Rainbow Mothers— 7:30, Mrs. Fred Schweer, 409 4th S. E. Bethlehem Walther league— 7:45, social room. St. John's Womanhood— 8: St. Teresa's guild, Mrs. Arthur Pritchett, 120 First N. E. Women of the Moose— 8, Moose hall. L. O. T. O.— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Building Trades council— 8, Labor hall. FRIDAY Our Saviour's Dorcas circle— 1:30, church. Baptist Mission Study circle— 2, Mrs. L. T. Hawkins, 109 Jefferson N. W. Pleasant Ridge club— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunn. Queen Rebekah lodge— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. North lowans Wed at Fairmont Garner—Mrs. Bernice Schultz and Byrl Horsewell of Armstrong were married Dec. 30, in Fairmont, Minn., with the Rev. H. R. Wrede, former Garner pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gaarde of Armstrong Dick and Ann Horsewell, son and daughter of the bridegroom, and Jackie Schultz, son of the bride and Mr. and Mrs. Gaarde were the only attendants at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Horsewell are on an. extended wedding trip thai will take them to points in California, Florida and Cuba. They plan to be gone several month and will make their home in Armstrong when they return. Mrs. Horsewell recently resigned as assistant cashier of the Hancock county National bank here. Add a little scraped onion to cooked peas along with butter or margarine, salt and pepper, before serving. "Prices weve not exorbitant. A sign in Fairbanks read: 'Prices are born here; they are raised elsewhere.' " A reel of pictures together with numerous postcards and a number of mementos, including butterfly and penguin ear-rings fashioned from gold nuggets, were shown. The return trip was by plane. Miss Elizabeth Graves introduced the speaker. Devotions were led by Miss Grace Curran. A gift of bed linen and towels was voted for a nursing home at Seward, Alaska. Crush berries in season, sweeten them to taste, and serve in sherbet cups sandwiched between layers of vanilla ice cream. Top with a garnish of the whole berries and a few fresh mint leaves. tributing Company. The bride and bridegroom both attended the University of Iowa and the bride has recently been employed at the First National Bank. HELENA DIEMER TO WED IN JUNE - Ackley—Mrs. Ray Diemer, Ackley, announces the engagement of her daughter, Helena, Ackley, to Gerald McGreevy, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McGreevy, Ackley. The wedding will take place sometime in June. Safe your fingers! Protect your fingers from crochet hooks, quilting needles and paring knives with a wrapping of tough "Scotch" Cellophane Tape. .jJBfe MC.U.S.rit.OU SCOTCH ^^ BRAN D • KALE WITHOUT MOI«TZNIN« THANtPANKNT *••!.«•• Buy It At Your Faoorlte Store MtNNitoTA MINING * MFO. co. ST. f AU L 6, Ml N N. ©i MI >M co. JANUARY CLEARANCE Money-Saving Values in Coats, Dresses, Fur Coats, Accessories, Girls' Apparel MILLINERY OFF Original Price BLOUSES V 7 & 3 77 PURSES 3 98 and up FUR COATS DRASTICALLY REDUCED MANY OTHER BARGAINS! 26-28 1AST STATE

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