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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Creston, Iowa Page two Creston news advertiser Creston Iowa saturday june 3,1944. Society news personals Kensington closes year mrs. Floyd Abbott entertained the South Hill Kensington Friday afternoon at her Home on new York ave. This is the last meeting of the club until fall. Eleven members were present and two guests mrs. Mabel Burt and mrs. Leona Abbott. After a Short business session the afternoon was spent socially. Refreshments were served by the hostess near the close of the afternoon the next meeting will be september 1st, with mrs. Walter Driscoll. Saturday special meeting of Mayflower Guild of congregational Church at Home of mrs. George Alexander. Mrs. A. A Page assisting. H c. S. Dance at i. O. Of f. Hall 8 110 p m sunday d a r. Dedication of two grave markers at Graceland 4 p. In. Lincoln Aid works on quilt the Lincoln ladies Aid met at the Church thursday afternoon the regular business hour was conducted by the president. Mrs. Helen Bolton. Devotional led by mrs Emma Cecil closed with All repeating the lord s prayer. The rest of the afternoon was devoted to work on a quilt. Near its close refreshments were served by mrs Mary Kerns. In two weeks the Aid will again meet at the Church and the ladies Are asked to it bring their thimbles As there will be quilting. Mrs. Maude Cecil will be the Host St. Monday w. C. T. U. Monthly meeting at Hristian Church 2 30 p m. Eastern Stai last meeting before summer vacation special program honouring mothers and wives of service men 8 p. M. Women s Relief corps meet Potter Post Hall. Ave Maria society of immaculate one Eption Parish Hall 8 p. M. Teen age party at Crest Moor or. And mrs Arthur Glick chairmen. Cosmetologists club picnic at Park for winning team in membership drive. Surgical dressings meet in basement of Christian Church 1 30 to 4 p. M. Dancing party at Crest Moor the younger group of the Golf club held their dancing party last night at the club House. It a been decided to hold these Partie every two weeks instead of every Friday. So the next one will be june 16th. There was a Good attendance last night with everyone reporting a thoroughly Good time. Refresh ments were available throughout the evening from the club Kitchen the committee was in charge of general arrangements. Tuesday Christian missionary society meet at Home of mrs. Ude Krom Inga quarterly Tea by division 4 Leader mrs Fred doge. Evening adult party cards and dancing at Crest Moor. Sociable pals club meet with or and mrs Rex Johnson. Red Cross production room reopens 1 to 4 30 p. M. Achievement Day program and Tea women in the United states com prise a majority of the population mrs. Raymond Sayre told a Union county Home project achievement Day audience in Creston yesterday mrs. Sayre is state women s chairman of the Iowa farm Bureau federation because they Are in that majority and because they cast 53of the votes in the last nation Al election they have become politically important. That is a real responsibility mrs Sayre told the group in developing the theme of her talk on Quot will women measure women will not measure up unless they assume the responsibilities of women in a democracy one of the chief of which is to exercise the right to vote mrs. Sayre emphasized involved in the voting privilege is the Choice of men who will determine the kind of peace that will follow the War the economic policies of the future and As far As farm people is concerned the kind of agriculture that will prevail during the postwar period she said. Mrs. Sayre stressed that to accomplish things women must have More than enthusiasm they must have facts. Mrs Andrew Mikkelsen county Home project chairman presided during the program at which about 50 women were present. Community singing was led by mrs. Glen Hardman with mrs. Chas. Gilman serving As pianist. Brief report were Given by Grace l. Bacon county Extension Home economist on the Home project program mrs Elmer Everling on the Library project mrs Geo. Hepler on schools and mrs. Ralph Hartsook explained the pennies for Friendship project Helen Fluckey president of the girls 4 h clubs in Union county spoke on 4-h club activities in the county. A panel discussion a the future of our schools Quot was it d but a. P. Parsons county Extension director. Other members of the panel were Ella m. Day mrs. Hepler and mrs. Sayre. Mrs. S. W Bol ton gave a Reading entitled Quot Marcia the afternoon closed with a social hour and Tea with mrs. Boltin and mrs. James Cusack pouring mrs. John Clem had charge of registration. Mrs. Russell cheers and mrs. Russell Staggs served As hostesses while mrs. Hepler. Mrs Glen Conklin mrs Cusack and mrs. Edwin Fortune served As the Tea committee. Ings will be resumed in september. Members present yesterday were mrs. W s. Mills Alfred Shanahan mrs. Frank Dougherty mrs. J. E. Deitrick mrs. V. R Roberts mrs b. Sandeman mrs l. C. Smail. Mrs. E l. Carroll mrs j. A. Wray mrs. John Nord mrs. L. Jay amp. Guest. Mrs. Carroll s daughter Vars. G. H. Callaway. Party for miss Moffitt mrs. W. W. La master teacher of the Young Peoples class of Platte Center Church sponsored a party of the class last night As a compliment to Doris Moffitt Bride of sunday. The class came in a group into Creston for the Early show at the theater. After the picture they returned to the Church for a so Cial hour in which refreshments arranged by mrs Lamaster were served. Club s s s club ends year with picnic members of the s s s brought the year to a close yesterday with a picnic supper at the Park. Supper was arranged in the shelter House at five thirty. Eleven members and one guest were pre sent. Following supper an informal Gocial hour was enjoyed. Meet social Calendar or. And mrs. Clyde delay Are i returning today from i is Moines j Washington june 3. If a w Here or. Delay has been a pay the Navy is spending More than $1,000 a minute to keep its planes in the air knocking Down enemy fliers bombing enemy bases and moving supplies and men about the world. This was disclosed today in a compilation of statistics by rear Admiral William Brent Young chief of the Bureau of supplies and accounts. Quot we Are spending $1,500,000 a sent in Iowa methodist Hospital r several Days or. Delay is reported As greatly improved. Mrs. Roy Dougan returned last night from Waterloo where she has been the greater part of the past eight weeks assisting in the Are of her father who has been critically ill. She reports her fathers condition As showing improvement sufficient to remove him from the Hospital to his Home Day to keep Navy planes or. And mrs. Ralph Tallman he said have returned to Hastings nebr., i the Admiral reported that Navy after almost a week s visit with Rel fuel purchases for All purposes in Tives and friends in Creston. Eluding aviation amount to near Clarence Hausz returner lastly $2 000,0000.000 a year night from Omaha leaving his wife Young addressing employees of leaving the Hospital in the last 24 Houi were Darlene Brown in the world Reston Eleanor Howar Creston disrupting the supplies for the Gen and Deloris Downing of Afton. Martha May Goben Creston was a knitted to the h Spital today. Entering last night were mrs. Ohn costello of Creston and instance Blodgett of Creston who underwent an operation this morning. Lesson on foreign missions the Baptist missionary society met Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. C. J. Nelson with mrs. Don Moberg assistant hostess Twenty one members and four guests responded to Roll Call. The lesson was Given by the foreign missionary group with mrs. Oral Nelson As Leader. She s assisted by mrs. Merrill Moore mrs Clifford Miller and mrs. Kenneth Gatchel. Following the lesson during a social hour refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be july 7th at the Home of mrs. Oral Nelson. Mrs j. A Dorsey will assist. Pyxie club has closing meeting mrs. Verne Keating entertained the members of the pyxis club yesterday afternoon for the final meeting of the season. Mrs Ray i Aylor was a guest. Prizes for the afternoons Bridge game were won by mrs. Roy Wol it Ert first and mrs. O a Matthews second. A guest prize was Given mrs. Taylor. Next seasons meetings will open in Early september with a luncheon at the Home of mrs. Matthews willing workers club entertained the willing workers club of the i and dry met thur it Day after noon at the Home of mrs. Fred Moore. Ten members were in at Tendance. Guests were mrs. John Davenport Mary Lou Brown Shir Ley Jeter and Lois Madden As Well As several Small children. The afternoon was spent visiting and embroidering for the hostess near its close lunch was served by the hostess a card of things was read from mrs. Harry Lininger who is a patient in the University Hospital in Iowa City. The next meeting will be june 29th. With mrs Gladys Porter. P n g c holds pot Luck luncheon mrs. C. E Grant opened her Home yesterday for a pot Luck luncheon for the members of the past Noble grand Council. A fair attendance was reported. Mrs m. O. Leach was the assistant hostess. Many bouquets of Lovely Garden Flowers of the season added much color and Charm to the House and table where luncheon was served guests sharing in the party were mrs. Harry Mcallister and mrs. C l. Vest. After luncheon and a Short routine business hour the time was spent with contests High prize was won by mrs. Kellogg and second High by mrs. Wilma Quinn Consolation went to mrs. Vest. The july meeting will be on the 7th, at the Rural Home of mrs. Iva Clem births or. And mrs. Robert Barstow it. Ayr Are the parents of daughter born last night at greater Community Hospital. A son was born this morning at the Hospital to or. And mrs. Car Oil Shields of it. Ayr. Navy air Power cos is ,000 Minnie Here a new Angle on an old favorite Lamb Stew and daughter for a Day or two Long r stay. The Bureau which handles most purchases of naval supplies also reported that each week the Navy spends $11,500,000 for wearing apparel. Other statistics disclosed by the supplies and accounts chief food purchases increased 450 per cent but Quot so controlled that Navy men boast of the Best food without seriously nazis failed to capture Tito Bari. Italy. May 29. Delayed a i German troops said to have men personally directed by Field marshal Erwin Rommel swarmed into the bosnian Headquarters of marshal Tito on May 25 in an attempt to capture the yugoslav Par Isan Leader but Tito had fled More Han an hour before partisan sources disclosed today. Using Stuka dive bombers paratroopers. Glider borne infantry and ground forces the germans estimated at five divisions found the partisan Leader had escaped to the mountains along with maj. Randolph Churchill son of the British prime minister. Virtually All other Allied officers attached to Tito s staff also escaped. Two Allied correspondents Sto Yan Pribichevich of time life and Fortune magazines John Talbot of Reuters and two photographers we Cre captured by the nazis but Pribichevich escaped later during a partisan attack. Tito a Headquarters was situated in a vast Grotto near Drvar. 70 Miles North of Yugoslavia a major Adriatic port of split. Eral family allowances paid in the last two years total More than $500,000,000. Sales of War Bonds to naval personnel aggregate More than $500,-000,000. Improved standards of office work in supplies and accounts Bureau saved Over $100,000 a year. Bob Blue s plane is forced Down Des Moines. June 3 it lbs a plane bearing it. Gov. Robert i Blue candidate for the Republican nomination for governor in mondays primary election ran Cut of gasoline late yesterday afternoon and made a forced Landing on the Lay a. Mcniven farm near Woodward. He was in route to Des Moines from Spencer when the Pilot. H a Bittinger of Des Moines was forced to set the plane Down million tax refunds made since March 1 Washington june 3 it pm the internal Revenue Bureau reported today it has made More than . Khz refunds since March 15 on 1943 individual income tax returns but cautioned approximately 17,-000.000 persons still entitled to refunds that it will take several months to get All checks into the mails. 15 arrested in Baltimore draft evasion round up Baltimore june 3 in a the Federal Bureau of investigation arrested 14 men and one woman today accusing them of evading the draft or assisting inductees to feign mental ailments in order to obtain deferments. John w. Vincent special agent in charge of the Baltimore Fri office said those arrested include a Navy Petty officer and two army non commissioned officers assigned to the fifth regiment armory induction station. Vincent said that amounts ranging from $150 to $500 had been paid for help in obtaining psycho neurotic rejections entitling inductees to 4-f classifications. Eight of those arrested Here charged wit i evading induction and seven were accused of assisting and counselling in draft evasion. Kidnapping of five year old girl in Seattle thwarted Seattle june 3. A a in what police described As Quot a thwarted kidnapping a 5-year-old Florence Marks naval doctors daughter Early today was carried Down a 16-foot ladder from her bedroom window and abandoned huddled in a Blanket from her bed on a Doorstep 14 blocks away. Or. Robert f. Ballard Interne at the King county Arborview Hospital examined the child and reported she had not been harmed As had been feared by police capt William peek in charge of the Case she was released to her father. Arthur l. Chaffee assistant chief of police said he believed the Abductor was a degenerate Alley prowler who became frightened and abandoned the child. By Gaynor Maddox Nea staff writer j7rom our Middle America neighbors comes a recipe for Lamb Stew with a fresh flavor. Lamb Stew serves 4 one and one half pounds amb shoulder 1 strip Bacon 1 Pinch Marjoram 1 Teaspoon Salt a Teaspoon Pepper 1 onion cup celery leaves 2 cups boiling water 2 tomatoes 1 onion 1 Green Pepper. Is cup diced celery 2 Tablespoons milk 1 egg Yolk 1 Tablespoon chopped Parsley. Have the Butcher Bone it before he cuts it up. Discard any excess fat. Cut the meat into 1-Inch pieces put it in a deep Stew pan with 1 strip of Bacon diced a Pinch of Marjoram 1 Teaspoon of Salt a Good Quarter Teaspoon of Black Pepper 1 whole onion and v2 cup of chopped celery leaves. Cover with 2 cups of boiling water and simmer for 1 hour. This part of the preparation can be done a Day ahead of time if necessary but for the Best results the rest of the ingredients should be added to the Stew Only about half an hour before serving. So reheat the Stew if necessary simmer for 5 minutes and add the following ingredients 2 tomatoes chopped mondays menu breakfast stewed rhubarb Oatmeal Fried tomatoes and Bacon toasted Corn muffins butter or fortified Margarine Coffee milk. Luncheon creamed scallions and eggs on rusks Ham sandwiches on enriched White bread sliced oranges cookies Tea milk. Dinner Lamb Broil with vegetables from sunday leftovers old cuts creamed potatoes Broccoli with drawn butter enriched bread butter or fortified Margarine stewed fruit Gingerbread squares Coffee milk. 2 onions chopped 1 Green Pepper chopped it cup diced celery. Cook Over slightly increased heat for 30 to 35 minutes until the Lamb and vegetables Are just tender. Mix 1 egg Yolk with 2 Tablespoons of milk and stir it into the Stew immediately before serving after removing from the stove. Pile the meat and vegetables in the Center of a serving dish and pour the thin Gravy carefully around. Sprinkle with about a Tablespoon of chopped Parsley. 82 chlorine victims Are still in hospitals today new York june 3. In a eighty two victims of escaping chlorine which swept a Busy Section of Brooklyn thursday were reported still undergoing treatment in hospitals today. Approximately 1,000 persons were affected by the and 403 were hospitalized but there were no fatalities. Fumes of the greenish yellow similar to that used in battlefields of world War i leaked from a High pressure steel Cylinder on a delivery truck billowing out Over a six blocks area and seeping Down into subway stations. The commissioner of hospitals or. Edward m. Bernecker said a few of the 82 persons still in hospitals were in serious condition but none critical. Treasury creates $10 be War Bond read news advertiser want ads Little trouble Over veterans Job rights Des Moines june 3. Ltd a Between 20.000 to 25,000 iowans discharged from the armed services have returned to jobs with a not Over two or three arguments resulting in disputes Over Job rights col. Ralph a Lancaster assistant state selective service director said Friday. Clearfield mrs. Lester Little Clearfield Rev. And mrs c. Rowe and Kryle returned Friday from Glenwood where they attended the funeral of an Uncle. Wilfred Quinn and Bob Hahoney went to Waterloo Friday to work. Or. And mrs. Beryl Fulton left wednesday for their Home in Milwaukee wis., after a weeks visit with her parents or. And mrs. Truman Hidlay. Or. And mrs. De Richey mrs. Or. E. Grossman of Orange City and irs. H. E. Barron of Texas attend d the wedding of their brother sgt. Duane Cummings which took place at Maryville mo., on monday. Marcella Shoenhair has gone to Des Moines to visit her aunt mrs. Ralph Hurley. Or and mrs. Marion Calmer had As their guests memorial Day mrs. Ralph Reed of Osceola mrs. Ethel Porter of Des Moines or. And mrs. Earl Laughead of Leon and or. And mrs. Jack Palmer and Daugh Ter of Clearfield. I Washington june 3. In Virginia Abels left thursday for the Treasury decided today to Cre Corpus Christi. Texas to visit Maciatek a a a gig War Bond costing $7.50 Hoffman and paying at $10�?for Sale to or. And mrs. Paul Wilson of Des men and women of the armed serv Moines visited relatives in Clear Les Field tuesday i Treasury officials said the new or and mrs. John Beatty and Bonds would be available Only to mrs. Hugh Wyant of Leon were members of the army Navy main Clearfield to attend the memo does coast guard Ial service. Or. And mrs. Ralph Hurley returned tuesday night to Des Moines visited relatives in Clear with her sister mrs. Marjie Shoenhair. Mrs. Hazel Conway entertained with a Bridge party thursday at her Home. Or. And mrs. Don Cornelison of Des Moines visited or. And mrs. Wilbur Bailey tuesday. Mrs. Harlen Freeman Barbara and Billy of Grant City were dinner guests tuesday of or. And mrs. A a rank Bye. Or. And mrs. Bert Hoffman entertained at tuesday dinner or. And mrs. Cecil Cullings and Kenneth of Exira and or. And mrs. W. B Rood. Pauline Woods left thursday for Baton Rouge la., to visit her Bro Fher and his wife Cpl. And mrs. Howard Woods. Carter Rains of Tingley was a supper guest thursday of or. And mrs. W. B. Rood and maritime service. Sci 1171 dwelling House Loans monthly payments it St like Kent atm bar f. D. I. C the first National Bank in Creston the worlds news seen through the Christian science Monitor an International daily newspaper published by the Christian science publishing society one Norway Street Boston Massachusetts is truthful constructive unbiased a free from sensationalism a editorials Are timely and instructive end its daily features together with the weekly Magazine Section make tire Monitor an Ideal newspaper for the Home. Price $ 12.00 yearly or $1.00 a month. Saturday Issue including Magazine Section $2.60 a year. Introductory offer 6 saturday issues 25 cents. Obtainable att Christian science Reading room North Oak St. Creston Iowa. Read news advertiser want ads Start the Day right with plenty of Good restful sleep the night before. Between Cool sheets. Moore a washed. Send All of your laundry to Moore a. Saves work time Money. Moore a laundry june 5th is the last Chance to sign up for. The new Telephone directory this is the last Call to be listed in the new Telephone directory. You have been wanting a Telephone for some time so Don t put it off any longer. Order your Telephone today while there s still time to get your name in the new directory. If you Are a subscriber and want a change made in your listing please notify us now. Creston Mutual Telephone co Stop Dewey move gains new life Bricker men see Indiana Victory 16 National convention delegates each carrying a half vote. Party leaders said endorsement of president Roosevelt for a fourth term was virtually certain. Roosevelt mum president Roosevelt yesterday waved away another attempt to elicit from him a hint of his political plans. When he suggested at is news conference that the White House correspondent annual dinner be held at warm Springs ga., he merely laughed and waved his hand in reply to a reporters a last ditch Stop Dewey movement apparently had taken on new life in the Republican party today As a result of the action of Indiana a g. O. P. Convention in shouting. 7j a a. Query As to whether he was refer Down yesterday a proposal to pledge the states 29 votes to gov Thomas e. Dewey for the presiden tial nomination. Ring to the 1945 dinner. Last night gov. Bricker meeting with reporters at Baltimore sex pressed himself on the plans for opponents acclaimed the Indiana m. Sec and voc. Setback As the beginning of a shift o american they believe May prevent a ��?�pe0�,e will never consent Quot to u. S. Ballot nomination. With 64 vote. Serve an International previously pledged and claimed for p of added that he it their candidate backers of gov. The United states should not Quot join John a Bricker of Ohio hailed any world org animation which would the Indiana results As a sweeping Victory. Dewey supporters came out of the convention with a minimum of two delegates to boost his pledged and claimed total to 390. In addition they claimed the support of six others. But the Contention of the Bricker faction and that of other Dewey opponents is that there Are enough opposition votes among the 478 delegates thus far chosen who Are a pledged and unclaimed to tie up the nomination beyond the first ballot and make the result Uncer-1 Tain. Capehart named the convention nominated Homer e. Capehart Indianapolis manufacturer for the Long term seat in the u. S. Senate. Capehart who first gained National prominence with his g. O. P. Quot Cornfield conference at his Washington ind., farm in 1938 and who generally is regarded As a Dewey supporter Defeated James m. Tucker of Paoli former Secretary of state and a medically discharged naval officer who withdrew. William e. Jenner of Bedford an army Captain was nominated for the Short term upon the withdrawal of e. J. Hancock Greensburg editor. There was no contest for the gubernatorial nomination which went to Ralph f. Gates former g. O. P. State chairman. At Baltimore the Maryland state democratic convention named in uninstructed delegation of 24. The total actually amounts to 18 since each Delegate will have three fourths of a vote. Neither the Keynoter at the convention House speaker Samuel Rayburn of Texas nor any other speaker mentioned the fourth term. Meanwhile Kansas democrats today meet at Emporia to name their bind us to International comr it a read news advertiser want ads a Fly repelled re that s what you need to protect Stock from Fly torment in the pasture. We have a reseller that a a humdinger or. Hess Fly Spray. Spray half your Herd with Fly Spray let the other half go in sprayed note the difference that la convince you Newcombs a the Safe drug store talking about the weather a seems to me that these Are the Days when i hear a lot of talk about the weather and it is no wonder since our food our Comfort and our general Prosperity depend upon favourable weather. I sincerely Hope that Union county and Iowa Are blessed w Ith Good crop and Garden producing weather for the Good of our nation and our own Good citizens. While i can to Cool the outside temperature for you i will run a fan for 24 hours a Day for a few pennies pay and add to your Comfort in that j your Almu it Fotti Jef

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