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April 26, 1947

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6 April 26. 1»4 Mw» City 0!»»«-G»nll., M.i.n City. I ir gi PI M pe we to it.' wh Th for I oce fro: daj tial SALES FOR HAWAII —Miss Peggy Lee Hayes, daughter of Mrs. Lee Hayes of St. Paul, Minn., formerly of Mason City, sailed April 17 for Hawaii, where she is a member of the staff at Leahi hospital. Miss Hayes attended St. Joseph's grade school, Mason City, and was graduated from St. Margaret's high school, Mirme apolis. She attended St. Catherine's college where she was graduated in 1944 after which she received her nurses training at St. Mary's hospital. Poll Informs on Community Nursing Care Hundreds of Mason Cityan —know more about their communi ty's Public Health Nursing associ ation as a result of the poll con ducted during national publii health nursing week which is jus concluding. Through a residential convass and a poll of the service clubs, information concerning the association was distributed after the questionnaires on the association and its work had been filled out. Services of the nurses on the staff of the association were listed to include bedside nursing; bathing patients, instructing families, changing dressings, helping families obtain medical care and reporting to physicians. Maternity nursing: Instructing mothers to be, advising early medical care, caring for mother and baby, demonstrating baby's first bath. Orthopedic nursing: Supervising care in homes, giving Kenny hot packs, obtaining medical care when necessary through voluntary and state services. Disease prevention: Teaching healthful living, finding tuberculosis cases, venereal disease control, advising immunization and teaching isolation methods. The public health nurse is a graduate registered nurse who has special training to equip her to be a teacher of health as well as a nurse. The nurse may be called by the doator, the family, a neighbor or friend or an agency to visit a sick person. Her visits are long enough to carry out the doctor's orders and give necessary nursing care and instruction. The type of illness and need of health information determines how often visits are made. The nurse prevents communicable disease by recognizing early symptoms which require isolation before or after diagnosis is made, by instructing the family how to prevent the spread of infection and by advising protection against certain preventable diseases through immunization by the family physician or clinic. A public health nurse is available to everybody. Part-pay or free service is given those unable to pay the full cost of $1.50 an hour. Meetings Conducted by Parent-Teacher Associations Mrs .W. Kehm Is Installed at Jefferson Installation of new officers wa held at the last meeting of th Jefferson P. T. A. for the year a the schood with Mrs. Verne Melt ler in charge. Mrs. W. D. Kehm was installed as president; Mrs. I C. Fisher, vice president; and Mrs Leonard Tosel, secretary-treasur er. Pupils of W. A. Storer presente several musical numbers and th 5th grade, under the direction Miss Margaret Hartment per formed folk dances. Mrs. Stev Vician, president, conducted th business session and Mrs. W. A Carter opened the session with reading and prayer. Mrs: W. D. Kehm reported 01 the district P. T. A. convention a Clear Lake and Mrs. Fisher reai the president's message. Gifts -were presented to thi faculty of Jefferson school and th outgoing officers. Mrs. Vician am Miss Lena Nicholas expressec their appreciation to all for th co-operation during the year. Following the meeting, refresh ments were served the first grad mothers. Mrs. Harold Neibergall assisted by Mrs. Ed Yezek greetec the guests. Nuptials Performed at Minnesota Church F e n t o n—Marjorie Wegener daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rober J. Wegener, be'came the bride ( o Onie Benson, son of Mr. and Mrs John Benson of Morris, Minn. April 23, at St. Stephanus Luther an church in St. Paul, the Rev. F J. Sentz officiating. The bride was attended by Rosemarie Naig of St. Paul, cousin of the bridegroom. Attending Mr. Benson was Robert Wegener, Jr., brother of the bride. For the past 2 years the bride las been employed at Concordia college in St. Paul. The bride- jroom is a veteran of the army and spent several months in the outh Pacific. The young couple will be at home after May 1st on a farm .ear Morris, Minn. BITS ABOUT 'EM Susan Alice is the name chosen y Mr. and Mrs. Al Brumbelow of *apid City, S. Dak., .for their aughter born March 2. Mrs. rumbelow will be remembered s Mary Frances Wintrode, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wintrode nd niece of Miss Lurana Warner f Mason City. The baby's mother to be matron of honor May 1 : Lincoln, Nebr., for Miss Cora etteys who was maid of honor at er wedding. The 2 were Sigma .appa sorority sisters at the Uni- ersity of Nebraska, Lincoln, ebr. Miss Dorothy DeSomery, Mason ity student at Rockford college, ockford, III, will be an issistant ostess at the president's recep- on which will be part of the entennial celebration at the col- ge. Miss DeSomery will wear a own of the 1800's. She has been member of the advertising staff f the student newspaper, assisted ith the winter fashion show and as in charge of arrangements for le annual Christmas dance. Next ear, Miss DeSomery will serve s vice president of Tolo, social roup. CARRIAGE LICENSES SSUED TO COUPLES Allison—Marriage licenses have een issued to John G. Johnson, 0, and Erma Bollman, 33, both of reene; Paul Iserman, Waverly, nd Viola Biekert, Clarksville. NATIONAL BABY WEEK April 28th Thru May 3rd MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY Please include 15c {or mailing: and 2% sales tax ALL MERCHANDISE IS FIRST QUALITY DIAPER BAGS—Over the shoulder zipper opening, water-proof lining. While they last strap style, $•1.00 DRESSES—Famous Stanburday make. Beautiful new spring styles and colors. Sizes 3 to 6x. Regular S5.50 only . f .$4.50 SANDALS—All leather in ivhitc. red, blue, and brown. Not all colors in all sizes. Regular $2.39 only $1.99 ANKLETS—Sizes 4 to 6Vi only ..10c CHENILLE HOUSECOATS — Sizes 1 to 3. Pink, Blue and While, Only — S1.39 KHAKI COLORED COVERALLS— Heavy sanforized tierrmRbone twill. Size 5 and 6 only. Regular S2.C9. Only 51.SI FLANNEL PLAID SHIRTS—Sizes 2 to 7. Only . . 99c ESMOND BLANKETS—25"^ wool and individually boxed. Pink or Blue plaid. Regular S2.98. Only 51.99 INFANTS CBIBS—Al! white. Only $9.98 SPRING COATS —1/3 OFF ANT COAT IN THE STOKE. LARGE CRIB BLANKETS—Pink or blue, carved designs. Regular S2.98. Only S1.49 SPREADS—Lovely pat$2.98 CHENILLE terns. SWEATER SETS—Hand made. 3 piece. Only $3.98 FLANNEL GOWNS—Of double ply. 59e GAUZE DIAPERS — Double weight, 20 X 40 S2.98 PLASTIC BIBS—Large size. Regular 79c. Only 39c OILON BIBS—With good size crumb catcher 29c TEDDY BEARS—Large size, pastel colors 11.49 EVEN-FLO BOTTLES—Limit 4 to customer. Each .10c PLASTIC BLOCKS—Each block a toy in itself Box, only S1..19 SCOOTERS — 3 Wheel. While they last »1.59 STORKLAND 118 North Federal Phone 965 Mason City, Iowa Mail Orders Promptly Filled NEW ADDRESS MASON CITY Globe-Gazette Photo CYCLIST PREPARES FOR' GOOD WEATHER—Now that the sun is shining, young 27 month old Steve Pontius is ready to take his tricycle outdoors, having practiced up for sidewalk driving when the weather was poor. He is shown with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pontius who have just moved into a duplex at 224 West State. Mr. Pontius has been transferred* here by LaSalle Tire and atj first the family lived at Clear Lake, coming to Mason City March 1 The family came from Aberdeen, S. Dak., where Mr. Pontius was manager for the same firm. Both Mr. and Mrs. Pontius are original- y from Minneapolis and both, attended the University of Minnesota. Mrs. Pontius is a graduate of iie University school of nursing and was employed as a private duty nurse following her gradua- ion, Mr. Pontius served several •ears in the army and has been in he tire business since being dis- :harged. He was a manager at 'argo, N. Dak., before going to Aberdeen. He is a member of the American Legion and the Elks and tie family attends the Holy Fam- church. Mr. and Mrs. Pontius think Maon City is one of the nicest towns ley have lived in and particularly ike its shopping center. "leshner-Schaeffer. engagement Is Told Allison—Mr. and Mrs. Chris H. leshner announce the engage- .ent and approaching marriage of jeir daughter, Arleen, to Richard Schaeffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. aul C. Schaeffer of Allison. Miss Fleshner is a graduate of le Allison public school and is ow employed as a deputy in the ffice of the county treasurer of .utler county. Mr. Schaeffer was discharged rom the U. S. Marine corps in August, 1946, attended I. S. T. C. nd is now employed at the Allion Implement company. -:-SOCIAL CALENDAR-:- MONDAY R.N. A. Lodge Plans or June Convention R. N. A. lodge met at Labor all with Mrs. Gale Bull in charge f the session at which plans were made for the district convention at arner June 4. Mason City camp has been sked to demonstrate the initia- on exercises and the work of the Taces. Drill practice was held -with ilrs. H. L. Leake in charge. The ext meeting will be drill practice nstead of a social night with Mrs. Bull and her committee in large of refreshments. —o — CAROLAN-SOUKUP Ridgeway—T h e marriage of Miss Helen Soukup, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Soukup, and Fred J. Carolan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Carolan, was read by the Rev. John P. Chihak, April 22, at St. Wenceslaus Catholic church in Spillville. They were attended by Miss Doris J. Slebiska and Phillip A. Carolan. Their home will be near Ridgeway. B. P. Kensington— 2, Mrs. Bert Meeker, 630 Washington S. W. Universal Mothers club— Mrs. H. S. Marshall, 305' Rhodi Island S. E. Toastmistress club— 6:30, Cerro Gordo hotel. Twentieth Century club— 7, Mrs. A. J. Marshall, 20 Oak drive. Beta Sigma Phi (Beta Phi)— 7:30, Hotel Hanford. Beta Sigma Phi (Alpha Chi)— 7:30, Hotel Hanford. Amvet auxiliary— 7:30, Labor hall. Daughters of Veterans— 7:45, Hi-12 clubrooms. ood Cheer lodge— 8. Mrs. Esther Christiansen, 321 15th N. W. Jolly 8 club- Mrs. Rudy Haensch, 1534 N. Federal. Presbyterian Evening circle- Parish house. Jovce Kilmer club— Mrs. I. R. Weaver, Y. W. C. A. TUESDAY Matinee Musicale— Postponed. Clio club— Mrs. R. L. Jackson, 76 Crescent drive. Rainbow Girls— 7:30, Masonic temple. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. WEDNESDAY P. E. 0. chapter IY— 1. Mrs. R. J. Mugge, 1108 West State. B. and 0. circle— 2, Mrs. Carl Anderson, R. F. D. First Christian fellowship— 6:20, church. Beta Sigma Phi— 6:30, Hotel Hanford. Jolly Birthday club— 7:30, Mrs. Margaret Bartusek, 1018 9th N. W. THURSDAY Wa-Tan-Ye club— 7, Green Mill. Past Noble Grands— 9, I. O. O. F. hall. First Christian council— 9, church. Girl Scout council— 9:30, Y. W. C. A. East State Street club— 9:30, Mrs. W. G. Schrader, 825 3rd S. E. Sorosis club— 9:30. Mrs. Harry Sondergaard, 905 Carolina N. E. Athenian club— Mrs. Clyde Deyoe, 49 River Heights drive. Energetic class— Congregational church. Newcomers club— 1:15. Mrs. R. H. Foutz. 0. T. club— 1:30, Mrs. C. Frederick 943 Pennsylvania N. E. Beck, IF YOUR MOTHER LIKES CANDY she will prefer 'REALLY GOOD CANDY made at B. B. DOBSON CANDY SHOP 401 North Federal Ave. L. U. G. A. club- Mrs. Gale Bailey. Happy Hustlers— Mrs. George Scheplar. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid— 2: Group 1, church parlors; group 2, Mrs. W. G. Carroll, 2535 N. Federal. Wesley W. S. C. S.— 2: Circle 1. Mrs. H. M. Sherman, 507 20th S. E.; circle 2, Mrs. E. L. Fisher, 1724 Carolina S. E.; circle 3, Mrs. F. V. Wolters. 15 19th S. E.; circle 4, Mrs. Ed Otto, route 3; circle 5, Mrs. H. Percy, 308 15th S. E.; 7:30: Circles 6, 7 and 8, Mrs. Leroy Falio, 1703 Coolidge S. W. R. N. A. Health club— 2, Labor temple. Immanuel circle 1— 2:30, Mrs. E. A. Bergeson, 215 5th S. E. Movel club— 3, Mrs. F. W. Osmundson, 41 Beaumont drive. B. P. W. club— 6:30, Hotel Hanford. Rainbow Mothers— 7:30, Mrs. Harold M. Duncan, 1218 Jefferson N. W. Bethlehem Walther league— 7:45, church social room. Women of the Moose— 8, Moose hall. L. 0. T. O.— I, I. 0. O. F, hall. Building Trades council— I, Labor hall. Daughters of Penelope— 8, Ahepa hall. FRIDAY First Methodist W. S. C. S. board 1, parish house. Our Saviour's Dorcas circle— 1:30, church. Post Office Clerks auxiliary— 7:30, Mrs. Roscoe Patton, 207 20th S. E. Pleasant Ridge club— William Poppen. Queen Rebekah lodge—• 7:45, I. O. O.,F. hall. SATURDAY R. N. A. Juveniles— 2, Labor hall. For New 'Baby Some like to knit. Some like to rochet. Baby will take them either way. Inexpensive soakers. Pat- ern No. E-1100 contains com- >lete instructions. Needlework 3ook 15 cents. To order: Send 15 cents in coin stamps plus 1 cent to cover nailing costs to Needlework Dept.. Globe-Gazette, P. O. Box 2, Station 0, New York, N. Y. Children Are on Program at Roosevelt Roosevelt Elementary P. T. A met Friday afternoon at the school with Mrs. 1 Ralph Connellj in charge of the program. Th< meeting opened with the flag salute and Miss Mamie Dreblow kindergarten teacher, presentee her pupils in the rhythm band, 2 games and a group of songs. Mrs. Raymond Tierney performed 2 violin solos, "Humoresque" and "The Anniversary Song,' accompanied by Mrs. Harry Farrer. Miss Rheon Woodward presented several junior high students in solos, trio and quartet arrangements. Mrs. George Trowbridge read the president's message. Mrs. Ward Hamilton was the speaker of the afternoon discussing "Adventures in Friendship.'' Mrs. Harold Phillips had charge of the program planning. During the business session, Mrs. Marlowe Evans presided and announcement was made of a party for next year's kindergarten children and their mothers, to be May 7. Mrs. Frank Shima will supervise this event. The P. T. A. will sponsor Cub Scout troop 12 which was organized by Mrs. Clarke Meade. The card party April 14 under the direction of Mrs. Ralph Connelly was reported a success and Mrs. Connelly expressed her appreciation of the co-operation given her. Miss Carrie Pfahler, Mrs. Joe Eogers and Mrs. L. J. Bailey were named to the nominating committee. Following the meeting, refreshments were served with Miss Carrie Pfahler and Mrs. Loren Group pouring. On the committee were Mrs. Merlin McGowan, assisted by Mrs. Elvin Grell, Mrs. J. W. Hicks, Mrs. Kenneth Roth, Mrs. Joe Rogers and Mrs. Ared White, Jr. Rosalyn Zwiebohmer Weds N. Poshusta Calmar—Miss Rosalyn Zwei- bohmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zweibohmer, and Norman Poshusta, son of Frank Poshusta of Spillville, were married Saturday morning at the St. Aloysius Catholic church by the Rev. Peter J. Friedman. The couple was attended by Miss Alice Rothmeyer, maid of honor, and Vincent Andera, best man. Following a wedding trip to Omaha they will make their home at Spillville. ATHENIAN CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Athenian club was entertained at the home of . Mrs. Kenneth Clancy, 616 Washington, N. W. Mrs. R. E. Sizer had current events and the lesson was given by Mrs. R. H. Conrad who reviewed "This Is My Story" by Louis Francis Budenz. Good Mixer 222O SIZES 12 - 44 You'll want this lovely blouse to team up with Spring suits, or, when the weather turns warmer, just to wear with a skirt. It has the new softer styling, even if made quite simply without trimming—certainly it takes kindly to the lace accents so popular this season. No. 2220 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42, and 44. Size 36 requires 1* yds. 39-in., 2J. yds. lace edging. Send 20c for PATTERN, which includes complete sewing guide. Print your Name. Address and Style Number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. Just off the press, the Summer edition of the BOOK OF FASHION, brimful of brand new fashions and presenting a wonderful line-up o£ simplified pattern designs. A 36-page book, printed in rotogravure, illustrating over 150 practical, wearable styles for every age and every occasion, including the most engaging vacation specials. Send now for your copy, price 15 cents plus 2 cents for mailing. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St, New York 11, N. Y. and a corsage of pink and while carnations. The altar was banked with floral arrangements of white gladioli, larkspur, snap dragons and sweet peas. Mrs. Mildred Milleson sang "I Love You Truly and "Because." Miss Florence Gonzer played the accompaniment and the wedding march from 'Lohengrin." A reception was held immediately following the ceremony. Miss Margery Pickett of San Francisco, formerly of Mason City, and Mrs. Mable Hagen served. Mr. and Mrs. Prueitt will visit the bride's parents and friends in Mason City on their wedding trip. Enroute they will stop at Lake Tahoe and Yellowstone national park. From Mason City they will »o to Chicago and then visit relatives and friends of the bridegroom in Springfield, Mo. The bride's travel suit was a Glenn plaid and she wore red accessories. Her corsage was a white orchid. The bride is a graduate o£ Mason City high school and Hamil:on's School of Commerce. Before leaving Mason City she was employed by the Standard Oil company. They will make their home in Fresno, Cal., where Mr. Prueitt is a real estate broker. Guests at the wedding included Miss Pickett, Mrs. Rose McBroom Zoller, formerly of Mason City, and her husband, now residing in Los Vegas, Nev. BETHLEHEM MARY CIRCLE HAS MEETING Bethlehem Mary circle met at the home of Mrs. George Borger, 920 9th N. E. and devotions were led by Mrs. C. A. Hinz. The market for May at the general aid was discussed and at the close of the meeting games were played. Mrs. James Demos and Mrs. Harvey Easley were guests. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. The next meeting will be May 22 at the home of Mrs. Adam Weitzel, 705 Van Buren N. W. HOLY FAMILY BROWNIE TROOP VISITS KGLO Holy Family Brownie troop 28 visited KGLO Friday and took part in the Mail Bag program. After the program, treats were served to the girls. They were accompanied by Mrs. Paul Kelsh, leader, and Mrs. Roy Berrie. The troop will visit 6 other firms in Mason City in its tour series. H elping the omemaker WEDDING TRIP TO MASON CITY—Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Prueitt plan to visit in Mason City on their wedding trip, following their marriage April 19 in the Francisca wedding chapel at Fresno, Cal., the Rev. John O. Scott officiating. The bride was Dorothy Earl Wright, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs.* C. V. Wright, 4084 S. Federal. "The bride was given in marriage by Jack Graham. Mrs. Ed Freeney, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor and the.best man was Ed Freeney. William Appleby was the usher. Mrs. Graham had charge of the guest book. The bride wore a beige wool tailored suit, the jacket designed with a plaited peplum back. Her blouse, hat and gloves were pale pink. The bride's bouquet was a white orchid centered among baby pink roses, with satin streamers tipped with orange blossoms. The matron of honor was attired in a slate blue gabardine suit with white accessories. She wore a corsage of gardenias and blue delphinium. The bridegroms mother wore a steel gray dress with black and white accessories By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Saturday Night Fare Cheese Melbas Grilled Frankfurters Mashed Potatoes with Chives Green Beans Tomato and Lettuce Salad Nut Gingerbread with Foamy Sauce (Recipes Serve Four) Cheese Melbas 1 cup cottage cheese i teaspoon grated onion 3 tablespoons cream Dash of freshly ground pepper i teaspoon fine herbs; (Parsley, Chervil and Chives) i teaspoon celery salt 1 tablespoon lemon juice Melba toast squares Mix all ingredients until well blended. Chill before serving. When ready to serve spread on hot melba toast squares. Foamy Sauce > 3 cup Butter or margarine 1 cup powdered sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 egg yolks, well beaten i cup whipped cream Cream butter or margarine, add radually sugar, egg yolks and flavoring. Beat while heating over hot water. Remove from stove and fold in whipped cream. Ham Slice with Sauteed Pineapple 1 large slice ham 2 cups water 4 large sweet potatoes J cup flour } teaspoon sugar i teaspoon salt 1 egg 3 tablespoons sour milk 4 slices pineapple Sear ham on all sides. Place in casserole, add water and place in 325 degree oven for 2$ hours. Cook sweet potatoes in boiling salted water. Remove skins and cut in thick slices. Add to ham slice last half hour of cooking. Sift flour, sugar and salt. Add unbeaten egg and sour milk and blend thoroughly. Dip slices of pineapple in this batter and saute in hot fat. Serve ham surrounded by sweet potatoes and pineapple. Garnish with parsley and sprinkle potatoes with paprika. Bendix Dealer Since 1938 Good installations, good instruction and good service plus the J. H. M. FIVE-YEAR GUARANTEE SWEET AND SIMPLE Cotton house frocks that make housework lots o£ fun. Washable frocks that will carry you through the day in comfortable gaiety. Sizes 9 to 52. 2.80 to 6.50 . - 26 - 28 East State

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