Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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Superintendent Talks at M-W Meeting p. Problems" at the first Monroe - Washington P. T A J 8 Wednesday evening at Monroe school. Before the ' th- their respective rooms. c meteti ? g was opened by !? c ° TutsD Lance Masters, Carl ' k ' Jr - Billy Patton and Donnie Bahr who presented the*colors followed by the flag pledge Bless Monroe cafeteria. The lesson Is "Quarreling Among Children" and Mrs. Harry Helm is the leader. The auditing committee c o m- posed of Mrs. H. Ransom and Mrs. W; Bishop reported. Mrs. E. I. Weiseth, Girl Scout chairman, announced that Mrs. W. Hunter and Mrs. C. Holvik are Brownie leaders and Mrs. Fern Christensen the Girl Scout leader. Mrs. J. W. Barnhart reported on the National Parent-Teacher magazine. Mrs. Herb Ohrt gave an ac-count of the district meeting held at Clear Lake on Sept. 28. Mrs. Stoner's Monroe 1st grade won the attendance prize. Refreshments were served by the board members. Mrs. Roger Patten and Miss Peterson poured. Mrs, L.*0. Allen gave the spir- •Thl Wsage reading the poem, The Builder." ta u Peterson , Principal, alked on the new gr'ading system and introduced the teachers wh °. were presented gifts. .Miss Peterson reported that there are 309 pupils in the 2 schools with 215 families repre- ^" te ~ a £ d 1° date 248 have Joined the P. T. A. There are 5 hundred per cent rooms, Miss Rosalie GreenwaH's 3rd grade; Mrs. Mildred McDonough's 4th grade, Mrs. Fern Christensen's 5th grade, and Miss Cecilia Volkman's 6th grade at Washington and Mrs. Clyde Stoner's 1st gradf- at Monroe. Mrs. J. Magnani announced the Parent Education meeting to be held Oct. 19. at 8 p. m. in the Rockford Alumnae Have Luncheon Members of the Mason City Rockford college Alumnae association were entertained at luncheon Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. O. Klath, 1005 West State. The group is participating in the Rockford college relay, final clean-up in the drive for funds to build the Catherine Waugh McCulloch Student union. It was decided to sponsor a rummage sale and to take magazine subscriptions. The Mason City group includes former Rockford students from Hampton, Clear Lake and Mason City. John Behrent made the first piano in the United States in Philadelphia in 1775. SOCIETY NEWS AT HOME IN MASpN CITY—Mr. and Mrs. Gus James Kantaris are making their home in Mason City following their marriage which look place in the Church of the Assumption in Detroit, Mich., Sept. 4. The bride was Aspasia Betsy Giokas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Giokas of Detroit, and the bride-* groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kantaris, 615J Jackson S. DON'T MISS THE PARADE!! (Stevenson's Parade of Values) Sovingsjip* ii SHOP OUR PRICES—AND COMPARE BRAND NEW — ALL WOOL WINTER COATS 24 90 29 90 34 90 Usually Priced 29.95 Usually Priced 34.95 UsualSy Priced 39.95 GUARANTEED LOWER PRICES—SAVING FROM 6% TO 20% In»ured Classified Perfect uiAMONDS Only at Daniels do you get Insured Classified Perfect Diamonds . Take A Year To Pay Prices Include Feder*! Tax V. The Rev. louakem Dougler- kis performed the ceremony. The bride's attendants wore atin strapless gowns v/ith full drts and lace, sequin trimmed toles to match their gowns. They arried heart shaped bouquets of vhite pompons and wore white ompon headdresses. The maid of honor, Toula Kapas of Detroit, wore chartreuse, le bridesmaids, Stella Goretz, Chicago, cousin of the bride, wore lue, Betsy Zoyes, yellow, Minnie floked, green, Bessie Natses, aqua, ispasia Kazakos, pink, and Tula Carras, orchid, all of Detroit. The lower girl, Katheryn Apostolos liece of the bridegroom, was in vhite. The bride's gown was heavy vhite satin with an off the shoul- ler yoke effect edged with seal- oped lace. The full skirt was elab- Tated by lace panels at either side and there was a long train. A bonnet trimmed with pearls and range blossoms held the long il- usion veil and she carried white oses and pompons. She wore a liamond pendant which was a vedding gift of her father to her mother. Mike Loukas was bestman and ushers were Spero and George oretz, Chicago, cousins of the n-ide, Chris Fotopolos, Steve oyes, Nick Hatjiouanou and John, Castron, all of Detroit, and r ohnny Aspostolos was ringbear- L-. A reception was held at the 'red Beaudry Memorial home for 450 guests, with a dinner for 350 uests. The 6-tier wedding cake lad a music box which played the "Lohengrin" wedding march. The bride's mother wore a street ength toast chiffon dress with Drown accessories and an orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother lad a black street length dress and an orchid corsage. For going away, the bride chose a baby blue satin dress with black accessories. After a trip west, the couple is living in Mason City where he is in business vith his father in the Mason City " laundry. Mason City guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. James Santaris, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vlakris, Bessie Markos, Mr. and Mrs. John Markos, Mr. and Mrs. .ouis Klein, Amalia and Sam ^azes. McKiniey PTA Pays Tribute to Teachers McKinley teachers were honored at a reception held by the McKinley P. T. A. Wednesday afternoon at the school with Mrs. Tom Wallers, president, in charge. Mrs. N. T. DeWitt gave the spiritual guidance message and Mrs. Walters and Mrs. Jack Barnes reported on the Iowa City conference. Mrs. Don Peterson gave an account of the Clear Lake conference. Miss Lena Nicholas, principal, introduced the teachers: Miss Mabel Bruns, kindergarten, Mrs'. Ray Sykes and Mrs. Goldy Michalek, first; Mrs. Ruth Rooks and Mrs. Molly Fredericks, 2nd; Miss Alma Ogeson and Miss Lena Gutnecht, 3rd; Mrs. Lainda Willig and Mrs. Florence Sward, 4th; Mrs. Bertha Hanks and Miss Harriet Carlsen, 5th; Michael Burnett and Mrs. Gertrude Chehock, 6th. Special teachers are Mrs. Mabel Zickefoose, nurse; Mrs. Pegge Eble, speech therapist; Miss Marian Weaver and Miss Hazel Percy, special education; Miss Mildred Jackson, grade music; Miss Phyllis Schleich, vocal, and Miss Marjorie Smith and Stanley Davis, instrumental music; Miss Ethel Roberts, grade art; Kenneth Church, physical education. Miss Smith played 2 violin solos, "Indian Summer" and "Serenade by Victor Herbert, with Mrs. Harry Wolf as accompanist. A social hour followed with the 6th grade mothers in charge. On the committee were Mmes. Victor Barnhardt, Vernno Dilebar, Uoyd Earl Scott, Fred Jackson and Dominic Frank. Waldorf Salad—that old standby of apple, celery, walnuts, and mayonnaise—takes on new interest when it's served on a bed of watercress and accompanied by a mound of creamed cottage cheese. Dust the salad and the cheese with a little paprika for color. DAVIDSONS BACK YOUR TOWN—IT BOOSTS YOU National Business Women's Week Oct 9-15 MASON CITY • IOWA'S LARGEST HOME FURNISHERS QUALITY,STYLE and PRICE CJU Kneehole desk value Has spacious 31x42 inch writing top and eight roomy drawers with distinctive colonial metal pulls. Concave edge. Choice of genuine walnut or mahogany hand-rubbed surfaces. 50 EASY TERMS Take a Long Time to Pay For What You Can Enjoy Today X- jr- ***it «-*-A«* ^..^ jf sf^~ \ •K.^v^r** f ~ r ' >i 'm^^?^ 3-PIECE JENNY LIND BED OUTFIT FULL OR TWIN SIZE COMPLETE • Authentically styled Jenny Lind bed, ^^ ^^ ^ |substantially built for long service. J_ C ^ V J Of hardwood in either Colonial ^ J ^W Maple or rich Walnut finish. *^ -^ • Comfortable innerspring mattress, sturdily built of tempered coil springs and plump layers of soft cotton padding. All new materials. Long wearing tick, handles, and ventilators. • Tempered coil spring with helical ties. SPACE SAVER DROP-LEAF EXTENSION TABLE Add the beauty and convenience of this smart table to your home . . . it's a grand value at » tiny feature price. -Double pedestal base with traditional Duncan Phyfe urn motif. Automatic leaf supports, ply mahorany oe walnut tops, bases of selected cabinet woods. Open seats 6 to 8; closed, Just rijrbt for living: room. Just 49 50 LLOYD CHROME AND PLASTIC EXTENSION DINETTE SET Color-fast plastic top extension table, resistant to alcohol, fruit acid stains. Not affected by burning cigarettes. Hairpin legs, stainless steel edge. Table top 30 by 40 inches with one 10-inch leaf. 4 comfortable chairs with padded seats, upholstered in Ivory Lloyd plastic. Curved padded backs. FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN IOWA 68 75

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