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January 17, 1952

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Page Six THE DAILY REPUBLIC, Mitchell, S. D, Thursday, January 17,1952 Junior Odd Fellows, Theta Rho Girls, Hold Joint Installation A joint installation of the Junior Odd Fellows and Bethany Theta Rho was held Monday evening in the IOOF hall, with Fred Rowley and Mrs. Mae Dot-Hand as installing officers. Young people who will hold offices for the next year are, left to right, back row: Jim Dobras, boy's advisor; Joan Palmer, Beverly Allen, Donald Dale, Jim Pierson, Dean Fitzler, Don Fitzler, David Miller, Joan Bird and Colecn Hoist. Left to right in the bottom row are Mrs. G. A. Miller, girls' advisor; Joyce Palmer, Irella Bietz, Fern Wright, Yvonne Ryberg, Carol Earls, Deanna Pierson, Joyce Decker, Marlene Hewitt and Mrs. Jim Dobras, assistant advisor. (Daily Republic Photo.) Bair-Thiele Vows Are Exchanged At Methodist Church In a candle-lit service at five o' clock Monday afternoon in the First Methodist church, Miss Alice Ruth Bair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bair, became the bride of John C. Thiele. The single ring ceremony was performed by the [Rev. Robert Wagner, and Mrs. L. H. Raber played nuptial music on the organ. The bride wore a floor length gown of pink satin with a net overskirt. The fingertip veil was held in place with flowers which matched the dress. Mrs, Vivian Barrows, Stickney, r as matron of honor. Her gown 'as floor length blue taffeta with net overskirt, and she wore a shoulder length veil held in place with matching flowers. Both the ride and her attendant carried rm bouquets of pink carnations. Ray Bair was best man. A wedding dinner was held at he home of the bride's parents. «rs. Ella Mullen was in charge of the guest book. Out of town guests ttending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones, Mrs. Wilbur ynhorst, John and Diane; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones, all of Stickney. Both Mr. and Mrs. Thiele are jmployed at Gambles. After a two- week wedding trip, they will make their home in Mitchell. Monday Musicale Has Stunt Night Extension Clubs At Platte Learn Of Step Savers By Republic News Service PLATTE—Mrs. Kate Nachtigal opened her home to members of the Rainbow Extension club Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. Chester Munger presented "Time Saver Steps" in baking. She demonstrated the use of prepared mixes with the general method of using home recipes, and in comparison, where time is a factor, results of prepar-; ed mixes were equal!*' satisfactory with the older methods. Following, the demonstration and business, the hostess served a dessert lunch to the members and one guest, Mrs. Henry Scholl. •*•*•* The Home Arts Extension club members were guests in the home I of Mrs. Lloyd Campbell Wednesday i afternoon, when she and Mrs. Hen-J ry Westerling presented a demonstration on "Use Your Time Efficiently." General methods of cleaning with improved vacuum attachments were given as was the use of prepared mixtures for baking. The hostess 'served lunch at the close of the business period. * * * Twelve guests were invited to a dessert luncheon Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. L. M. Asmussen entertained informally. Bridge was played at three tables and when scores were added, gifts were pres- "The greatest factor in develop-|the club. Mrs. Fred Flyte, pro- ented to Mrs. C. F. Brooks and ing a healthy personality is t h e I gram chairman, introduced the Stunt night by members of Monday Musicale produced a variety program, which included a report from the "Project Committee" as given by Mrs. Richard Kobak. left, Mrs. Phillip Briles and Mrs. B. R. Skogmo. Original librettos were sung by Mrs. J. W. Kaye and Mrs. Don Rose, and string quartette music was furnished by Mrs. Delmar Olson, Miss Helen Ilemb, Mrs. John Lutze and Miss Barbara Hall. Miss Sue Patrick played piano duets with her moth er, Mrs. C. L. Patrick, who was hostess. Mrs. O. M. Rogers, in costume, presented Stephen Foster numbers on the xylophone. (Daily Republic Photo.) Home Greatest Influence On Personality-Weeks Rebekah Lodge At Miller Has Installation By Republic News Service of the public school system was explained by Lloyd T. Uecker, superintendent of the city schools, to Business and Professional Women Tuesday evening. The program was presented by the finance committee, with Mrs. Chris Hirning as chairman, under the general topic, 'Can We Afford It." Uecker stated that the 1951 crop of babies is the largest in any period of history, and that the schools throughout the country are already crowded beyond capacity, due to the high birth rate in the past few years. He pointed out that the city schools in Mitchell are being plan-1 arms; Mrs. Ernest Ruml and Mrs. ned to take care of the increased I Dallas Anderson, flag bearers. Mrs. George Jones, Mrs. Peter and Mrs. Arthur Moore were ap- Ten-Year School Plan Explained To B And PW Edward Cough, Mrs. C. S. Bobb The ten-year plan of expansion i and Miss Hesla were named to the installing officers and to the past president. Mrs. A. T. Loomis, Miss LiUie Liko and Mrs. William Dethlefs served refreshments. * •*• * ST AGNES CLUB St. Agnes club met at the home of Mrs. Vernon Courtney for a dessert luncheon Monday evening, was introduced the nominating committee. Hostesses for the evening werei Mrs - BueU . . „ _ Mrs. O. A. Roscamp, Mrs. Perry ! as » new member, and Mrs. How- Pickering, Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. John! ard Champley was a guest. McLeod and Miss Lulu Washburn. At bridge, prizes were won Jjy * * * NAVY MOTHERS Mrs. K. D. DeLapp was installed; ,».,,«, ™ as commander of Navy Mothers' NOTRE DAME PTA . . _~ . ... «_ . ... A mmria "T.aarmn Mrs. Erwin Asmussen and Mrs. Ed Greschke. club No. 446 Monday evening in the Elks club rooms. Other officers are Mrs. W. A. Peter, first vice A movie, "Learning stand Children," was to Under- shown b y Mother M. Louise as the highlight uie iviio. w. «.. J^CLCI, iiiai/ viuci -------- — ----- — ---- — CT --- ° commander; Mrs. Calude Ross, ad-!° f the January meeting of the . , - jutant; Mrs. J. M. Robertson, fin-' Notre Dam e PTA in the clubrooms ance officer; Mrs. George E. Jones, i ° f Holy Family church Tuesday chaplain; Mrs. Margaret Heck and| evenin £ Mrs. Roy Phillips, matrons-at- Thompson, Mrs. Lee Pinet, Mrs. enrollment expected, and that each grade school will have two sections of each grade. He spoke of the remodeling of Litchfield, Whittier and Eugene Field schools, to accommodate larger numbers of children, and of the plans for increased capacity for Longfellow. Further recommendations were the use of our public school buildings and facilities for recreational purposes during the time school is not is session. He stated recreational facilities should be enlarged to take care of every young person in the community. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Helen Curtis, Miss Ha Ludeman who was received as a new member, Mrs. Carl Sprick and Mrs. Verlin Hillesheim. Mrs. Everett Cotton was also welcomed as a new member. *•*••*• AAUW A play-pageant tracing the his-| son and Mrs - Ross - tory of the American Association of pointed the welfare committee; During the business session, Pres- Mrs. Charles Brooks and Mrs. Ross | ldent Fred Tman reported on the Bailey, visiting; Mrs. L..A. Trebil, imeetin S of the city PTA council scrap book; Mrs. D. I. Caldwell, ! which "~ ways and means: Mrs. S. F. Rob-i inson and Mrs. Keith Torpin, membership; Mrs. Harold Haecker, Mrs. Community singing was also held with one hymn being dedicated to the memory of the late George Tobin, who was a member of the association. was held last week. Wolf, chairman of Mrs. the membership committee, reported that there were now 329 members . , . J C Thurman Mrs Leonard!™ tiie Notre Dame PTA association. P enn y march wa s won by , . , . Harry Durst, Mrs. Ray TorbetJ Mlss Lols Kedder's fourth graders Mrs. Limbert Sibson. Mrs. Wallace ! Lunch was served following the Lambrecht, Mrs. S. F. Lyman, Mrs. meeting. Roy Phillips and Mrs. Arthur Cook, lunch committee. CATHOLIC ALTAR SOCIETY University Women and its fellowship funds was presented at the monthly meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Loyd Ballard. Miss Anne Rokusek, fellowship chairman, was in charge, and those taking part were Mesdames Mary Hansen, Manley Feinstein, M. A. Installing officers were Mrs. S. Mrs. Sylvester Moneke was host- F. Robinson, judge advocate and ess to division nine of the Catholic Mrs. Torpin, adjutant. It was an-. Altar society Thursday. Nine mem- nounced that the sewing cirlce will j bers answered roll call and Mrs. not meet in January, and that the I Edith Bellinger was a guest, completed lap robes will be sent to; Mrs. Oswald Schurz conducted the Navy Veterans'Tubercularhos-; the business meeting and reported pital hi San Jose, Calif. Refresh- O n the Silver Tea. The date of the ments were served by Mrs. Ander-jregular meeting was changed to ~ the first Thursday of each month. 'A gift to be awarded at the next DEGREE OF HONOR ; meeting will be furnished by Mrs. Ellen Caspar Of Bridgewater Is January Bride By Republic News Service BRIDGEWATER — In a nuptial Mass the morning of Jan. 1, al t. Stephens Catholic church, with lev. Charles Nemmers officiating >tiss Ellen Caspar, daughter ol AT. and Mrs. John T. Caspar 01 Jridgewater, became the bride o: erome Westhoff. of Salem, son o: Mrs. Ruth Westhoff Davenport of Ephrata, Wash. White slipper satin was chosen . . . jy the bride for her wedding gown, and Misses Hannah Frank, Esther :tau, inner watch; Mrs. Orlo Pepp-iPAST ORACLES t was fashioned with a fitted bod- Knudson, Georgia Dill, Mabel Hes-imuller, outer watch; Mrs. B. P.| Mrs. E. B. Hershman was elect- Mrs. Leon Porter installed the,Robert Grady. following officers in the Degree i The remainder of the afternoon of Honor at the Tuesday nigh t'was spent at cards with prizes won meeting: Mrs. J.. G. Ross, presi-jby Mrs. Michael Weber and Mrs. dent; Mrs. E. E. Bates, past presi- Fay Rhodes. Mrs. Ed Weins won dent: Mrs. John Trabing, first vice]the door prize and a gift was won president; Mrs. William Strong,;by Mrs. Lawrence McEntee. Re- Loon, Gordin Rollins, John Ug-; second vice president; Mrs. Arnold ; freshments were served by the host- lum, Lyle Nelsen, L. J. Chandley.iMussigman, secretary; Mrs. Sadie ess. Lowell Whiteside, Marie Baldwin iSpink, treasurer; Mrs. F. J. Let- ce and long sleeves extending to a point at her wrists. A wide ruffle of chantilly lace edged the lace 'oke. The skirt was full and formed a long train. A crown of seed jearls held the fingertip veil in >lace. She carried a bouquet of •ed roses. Attending the bride was Miss Anona Caspar of Bridgewater, as bridesmaid. Her gown was of green lace and marquisette. She had a matching headband, and her bouquet was of yellow and white chrysanthemums. The bridegroom was attended by Richard Westhoff of Salem. Ushers were Marcus Caspar, and Wilfred Westhoff of Salem. Ronald Scallenkamp organist, ac companied Miss Kay Bellinger, the soloist, as she sang, "On This Day O Beautiful Mother" after th Anne Hals ted, color bearer; Mrs. John Aldrich, pianist; Mrs. George Martinson, usher; Mrs. Glenn Page, assistant usher; Mrs. Nellie Juul, ed president of the Past Oracles club at the meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sadie Hunter. Mrs. Hunter was chosen captain; Mrs. Leon Porter, advisor, vice president and Mrs. Mae Snow. Mrs. Porter was assisted in the!secretary and treasurer. A one o'clock luncheon was serv- and Mrs. Harold Jorgensen. Mrs. ed preceding the business meeting Bates was in charge of thelwith Mrs. Mayme Taylor assistant speaker. Dinner-Bridge Mrs. N. J. Thomson. ' home," Dr. I. D. Weeks told mem- •**•*• bers of the Mitchell Community Mrs. Ralph Crosby invited mem- Women's club and their guests bers to her country home, Wednes- Tuesday evening. day afternoon when she entertain-i -second only to this is the im- r-i • /~*' D ed 20 members of the Better Homes pact of ^e schools and third is^dUy ^jlVQU DV Extension club. Mrs. Nile Dimmitt • Ote tremendous influence of the „, , .. and Mrs. Lawrence Kuipers gave church and its related activities," SrOTlrfnCj a most interesting demonstration of; he said .i^^^n^mv^. -Steps That Save Time," to clean-j ^ president of the Uni- tag and baking During thes bua-!^ ' ?% ^ Dakota, spoke on ;Lod g e No. 18 met in regular ses- 6 g members and three visitors present. Jemima Collins, acting as district deputy president, installed the following offi- jcers for the coming year: Mrs. Ralph Walker, noble grand; Mrs. Lee Campbell, vice grand; Mrs. Fred Warren, secretary; Mrs. Har- .ley Bell, treasurer; Mrs. Clarence jRosemore, chaplain; Mrs. Lester R,r Roniihlir Ncw«s Sprvirr IJXOSemure, vuupiiuu, ivna. JJCOYCJ By^Republic News service ! Kane warden; M rs. WUlard Le Mr. and Mrs. ! we u enj conductress; Mrs. Stewart entertained a JByrum, inside guardian; Mrs. Nat SCOTLAND Stevenson given to the March of Dimes. : Healthy personalities," and listed group of friends at their homei Suttoni outslQe guardian; Sylvia T\vo guests, Mrs Lance Crosby: Uidd Thursday evening. Dinner was ;Mohr right supp ort to noble and Mrs. Russell Hayes of Boise, ™f £„„{,„* iserved at 6:30 o'clock followed by; CTand: jjrs. Tabitha Grey, right acontract S anle - s c "^support to vice grand; Mrs. Gene aim mib. tvuascu nnycs ui cuisc, ^jjy healthy. Ida., enjoyed refreshments served ... h lthv npr <. nna iitv ha* noise a tu " u » tl &<""<=• "«B" * - «••^support u> vice grana; rars. vieue by the hostess to her guests. ^ A healthy P«f« fhe f r P 0 ^' prizes_for_the evening were won by; DaPnburgi assistant musician; Mrs. Miller WSCS Lesson Is On Stewardship By Republic News Service MILLER — Mrs. Ben Magness had charge of the devotions and program at general meeting of Women's Society of Christian Service in the Wesley Room of the Methodist church the afternoon of Jan. 10. The topic was on stewardship. Mrs. Elizabeth Wermerson read letters from missionaries. A letter was also read from Dr. Brown in Bolivia. Lunch tables were decorated in symbols of the gold, frankincense and myrrh. Hostesses were Mrs. Willis Hall, Mrs. Ed Osterberg, Mrs. Earl Claus and Mrs. Harley Fulton. free from fears, has lives within the, moral code, enjoys his work, gets h^an^'appreSation and^nd^ Mrs ' Frank Slevenson e^^frtendsinp night sponsored by both has an aPP^tion a ^° unaer ied a number of friends at herj Odd Fe iio WS and Rebekah Lodges of spiritual values. \ bome Saturday eve ning. Bridge J. S. Counsell and by J. S.j Don Grossman, flag bearer; the for - inere are cerium ueeua ««*•" was played , with the high score are considered basic," he contin- nr ,,. l '_JL ^ v Mrs _ . T n . VanFer- ued. "Most people need P hysical activity, as well as fulfilling the "There are certam needs which' prize won by Mrs. J. C. VanFer- ney and the low by Mrs. Guy R. If pears bought at the market aren't soft enough for eating, they should be allowed to stand at room temperature until they are ripe enough. Pears make a delicious dessert served with cheese. activuy, as weu «s iumimi B ««I Brown. Party refreshments were desire to create Curiosity is nat- * tab , centered ural, and it needs to be satisfied | ... .. h - . * . rather than blocked. The desire to | with gay lighted tapers. achieve is basic, as is the need of \ approval, and nearly all people are '•• ' gregarious." The meeting, which was held in the Masonic Temple, was the annual guest night of the club. Besides the husbands of members,; special guests were members of the! Mitchell Community council and! the Mitchell Mental Health, associa-1 tion. Invocation was given by J. Wendell Walton and group singing was! led by Steve Ptak, with Ransom! Wright as accompanist. Mrs. Ptak ! was in charge of decorations. The meeting was conducted by a program and lunch. Following closing ceremonies lunch was served by Mrs. Danburg and Mrs. Augusta Howe. Read the Want Ads * * * reception for 30 guests was held at the home of the bride's parents, where colors of white and green were used in the table de corations, and on the weddinf cake, which centered the brida table. A wedding dance was given the Legion Hall that evening, ter which Mr. and Mrs. Westhofi left on a wedding trip to Sioux City. The couple will reside Salem where the bridegroom employed by the REA Co-opera live of McCook County, after com pleting his education at St. Mary's high school in Salem. The bride was a member of the 1951 class j graduating from Bridgewater high school. ENGAGED TO WED By Republic News Service ALPENA — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brandenburg of Alpena announce the engagement of their daughter. Donna Lee, to Harry Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Walker of Alpena. FEINSTEIN S Gigantic Winter CLEARANCE CONTINUES ON COATS - SUITS DRESSES - SHOES AND ACCESSORIES .The permanent so hipping cream compared to you loveliest of waves,faster,easier! 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It was also decided that the scholarship awarded to the Future Teach- Dakota Wesleyan University be given to women members only. Mrs. meeting. Gifts were presented to hostess. Ufeat m «dM ipedat in mam IMS*? Try *i» Afvaia 8a¥of-of-the-mond»... CHOCOLATE MARBLE! DcKciow, rich chocolate.. .the kind yom get at a topping on sundaes... twirled aB though UK rich wnffia ice cream. Looks almost Hce old Cnhiooed matbto cake. M-mnn-m-m... ^ fBasVfty ^v NO MATTER WHAT FLAVOR YOU PREFER ... If't bevii<f to frt good if iff •. •