Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 21
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12 Mason City Globe-Gneltt, Maion City, la. Roundtable Discussion is Conducted by Madison PTA B f Scott 'Freedom For Growth Through*the School" was the theme for the roundtable discussion under ship of Miss Eva B. the Madison P. T. A. t the school Wednesday Those taking part in the dis- \-.f s !°? were , M-iss Lenore Soren- the new +/»i.j ~'« I'tL—, —""-*«= u.jumau who told of the beginning of the char- lt T »5 the edu cational program of the Mason City public schools; Henry Pendergraft who discussed and Teachers Working for Better Schools." Miss Scott introduced the teachers: Kindergarten, Miss Fern Thompson, 1st grades, Miss Hilda Lund and Miss Mary Lou Ogden- ^nd grade, Mrs. Audrey Swisher; 3rd grades, Miss Lucile Baumann and Miss Mercedes Walsh; 4th grade, Miss Lenore Sorensen; 5th grade, Joseph Allo, 6th grade, Miss Edna Smith. Mrs. Kenneth Leh- mann presented each teacher a rosebud. Mrs. Raymond Tierney, accompanied by Mrs. Leon Woodward played 2 violin solos, Schubert's Senenade" and "Some Enchanted Evening." Mrs. Gerald R e u b 1 i n led the group in prayer, Mrs. Wallace Roth presided at the business meeting which opened with flag salute and the singing of the "Star Spangled Banner" with th* Cub Scouts Tommy Lehmann, .addie Allen, Raymond Hansen and Jack Roth, bringing in the flag. During the business meeting Miss Scott presented past president pins to Mrs. Ernest Allen, Mrs. Herbert Schwanke and Mrs. Harold Schurtz. Al Moen, Cub- master, spoke on Cub Scouts and introduced his den mothers. It was announced that Mrs. Raymond Tierney was replacing Mrs. F. Angell as secretary as she was leaving our community. It was voted YOVR FACE ...TJEP W/TfiA SA7W Holm Dunn 104 North Federal Rehearsa s for Little Theater Play Get Underway ''in»miiiiiii|-ir anil '!• i n ,*,„ ——• ••— — ~ —--..-....num.-—— --' ' -tr *.— _ ___^__ NEW FACES—NEW PLAGES—Members of the Harding P. T. A. wing addition of the school and also the 5 new teachers on the faculty at a meeting Wednesday evening at the school. Pictured is Mrs. Robert Fisher, hospitality chairman, left, presenting corsages to the new teachers and the principal. In the group left to right are' Mrs. ~^' r ?, t «U „.. TIT T>1 l__ni__l'.M. P. T. A. • Parent Education was announced by Mrs. Helga Bellomy for Monday, October 17, at the home of Mrs. Al Moen, 317 25th S. W. Mrs. Ernest Allen reported on the meeting held with Mr. She- poiser Oct. 4 with the community aqd school study group which has been formed at Madison school. Refreshments were served by the board with Mrs. Harry J. Hansen as chairman. The record books say that the Dempsey-Carpentier fight on July 2, 1921, was the first heavyweight championship to be broadcast. Russell Photo WEDDING ANNOUNCED — Bonnie Lu Bartlett of Bancroft and Jo Dean Mortensen were married Oct. 9 at the Gospel Tabernacle in Swea City. OUR VALUES LEAD — WHY PAY MORE1 If you are about to buy Coat... at a new any price you it to owe your pocketbook to shop here 3 South Federal Ave. , , 0 ,, , 7 isher, Mrs. Blanche to purchase 2 coffee servers for prindpal; Migs Vivian th grade, Mrs. Mildred Wistcy, 4th; Louis Fitzgerald, 5th; Wiss Donna Muench 3rd; Donna Muench, 3rd; Miss Margaret Hogan, 5th; new teach- :rs. Corsages were presented to he entire faculty by Mrs. Fisher nd Mrs. Dean Denzel. There were 130 present and Mrs. Howard Sampson presided. VIrs. Willis White presented the Budget for the year. It was voted o meet on the 2nd Monday of the month. The enrollment was an-, nounced as 240. Mrs. Vernon •Jashel introduced the room moth- irs. Mrs. Allen Patton asked for volunteers for the Community "Ihest drive in the Highlands. Mrs. H. G. Cross announced lirl Scout and Brownie leaders, VTmcs. R. J. Penney, F. L. Curtis, "ames Hoff, Wilbur Jensen, Ivan Ivans, Donald Dye and Roy Wolf. The Parent Education meeting was announced for Oct.17 at the chool when a panel discussion on 'Growing Up in the U. S. A." vill be conducted with Mrs. frank Huzl as chairman. Mrs. J. Huff gave the magazine •eport. Miss Ruth Watts and Mr. Titzgerald's grades had the high- :st percentage of parents present. Mrs. Sampson presented the superior rating certificate received "or last year's accomplishments. Plans were made for a coffee jarty Oct. 26 and for movies for he children. Mrs. Sampson reported on the Iowa City and Clear ~.ake conventions. Mrs. Skovlin spoke on "What .he School Is Trying to Do for he Child." Mrs. W. Plath introduced the program which in- iluded numbers by Mrs. K. W. Carson, "Passing By" by Purcell and "My Lindy Lou" by Strick- 'and, accompanied by Mrs. Haran Fort. Mrs. John Sherman, ;piritual guidance chairman, read a poem. The 2 6th grades were in charge of serving with Mmes. Frank -luzl, Jack Fisher, Roy Findlay, T.,A. Bohn, James Wells, John O. Smith, Howard Krustsinger, A. j 1 . Sibert and P. W. Collins. Miss Myrtle Prestin and Miss Vivian Zack poured at a table decorated with a pumpkin, candles and autumn leaves. Social Calendar THURSDAY "ity Progressive club— 6:30, Mrs. Alma Letts, 247 14th B. P. W. club— 6:30, 'Hotel Han ford. Trinity Roosevelt circle— 7:30, Mrs. M. S. Zack, 725 N. Federal. Post Office Clerks auxiliary— 7:30, Mrs. Richard Krieger, 1406 Georgia S. E. St. Ursula's circle— 7:30, Cerro Gordo hotel, Mrs. W. J. Hughes. Trinity Mothers club— 8, Mrs. Earl Nelson, 18 14th N. E. Immanuel circle 2— 8, Mrs. Doug Fields, 524 21st S. E. Holy Family circle d— 8, Mrs. James Heidenry, 1217 Adams N. W. WOM drill team— 7:30, Moose hall. Anchor Encampment auxiliary— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. R. N. A.— 8, Labor hall. Trades and Labor assembly— 8, Labor hall. FRIDAY Congregational Women's guild— 11, church, board; 1, luncheon. Amvet auxiliary— Labor temple, rummage sale. First Christian council— 12, church, 1, luncheon, 1:30, business. First Methodist W. S. C. S.— 1, church. Baptist Women's union—• 1:30, church. First Presbyterian Women— 1:30: Northwest, Mrs. L. V. Lee, 131 9th N. W.; southwest, Mrs. Sidney Perry, 210 Hampshire N. E. 2: Northeast, Mrs. C. W. Hubbard, 320 E. State. Pleasant Ridge club— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Diercks. L. U. G. A. club- Mrs. Virgil Lair. L. A. P. M.— 8, I. O. O. F.Tiall. —o— ST. MARK'S'UNIT MEETING IS HELD Miss Margaret Hanlon and Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin were hostesses to St. Mark's unit of Holy Family guild Wednesday at the home of Miss Hanlon, 729 N. Federal. There were 10 members present and one new member, Mrs. Margaret Linnenkamp. After the business session, court whist was played, prizes going to Mrs. Clay Woodhouse and Mrs. William Berry. Refreshments were served. The November hostesses will be Mrs. John Dolan and Mrs. John Martin. Garfield PTA Goes 'Back to School Back-to-school was the theme for the first P. T. A. meeting at Garfield school Wednesday when the parents visited the classrooms, met the teachers and looked over the work the children have been Huston Peterson, presi- doing. Mrs. _._ , dent, conducted the business^ session in the auditorium and reported on the district conference at Clear Lake. She announced that Garfield received a superior rating for the past year. Mrs. Peterson introduced Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Maxwell, and Mr. Maxwell, principal of Garfield, introduced the teachers: Kindergarten, Mrs. Inez Brownell; first, Miss Lillian Theilen and Miss Doris Jean Hill; 2nd, Miss Geraldine Anderson; 3rd, Miss Lorene Quinn; 4th, Miss Jeanne Moon; 5th, Miss Mary Short; 6th, Miss Leone Corkery; music, Miss Wilma Nyce, and instrumental, Stan- ,.„„,,.„,„„ fn ley Davis. Mrs. Peterson p r e- ., <- hairm en for sented each a gift from the P. T. A. Vernon Proctor, Board members were introduced by Mrs. Peterson. They are Mrs. Willard Adams, vice president and council delegate; Mrs. Eugene Longley, secretary; Mrs. William Pattschull, treasurer; Mrs. Byron Jones and Mrs. Jack Robertson, program; Mrs. Edward Stephan, publicity; Mrs. Ernest Mentink, publications; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hook, hospitality; Mrs. Leslie Hawkins, membership and room chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Benson and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nissen, finance and budget; Mrs. Fred Moore, welfare and summer round-up; Mrs. Vern McClintock, historian; Mrs. Leo Halfpap, Mrs. S. M. Lee, refreshments; Mrs. Wayne Ravlin, safety, radio and motion picture; Mrs. J. A. Geistlinger, pianist; Mr. Geistlinger, song director; Mrs. D. K. Barrett, spiritual guidance and parent education; Mrs. William Gildner, procedure and bylaws. Mrs. Byron Jones presented the program with Mr. Maxwell as speaker and Mr. Max\vell talked to the group on "Freedom to Grow Through the School." Mrs. Barrett gave the spiritual guidance message and announced the Parent Education group meeting for Oct. 17 at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Gildner. 320 River Heights place. Mrs. T. W. McDonald will have the lesson. Mrs. Willard Adams read the president's message and Mr. Geistlinger led in singing with Mrs. Geistlinger accompanying. The next P. T. A. meeting was announced for Nov. 8 at 7:30 at the school. A social hour followed with the 4th grade mothers serving refreshments. Miss Jeanne Moon and Miss Wilma Nyce presided at the tea table on which were arranged Halloween decorations. Old Favorites, Newcomers Are on Cast List Rehearsals are underway for the first Little Theater play of the season, "January Thaw," to be • staged Oct. 26 and 27 in the high school auditorium, under the direction of Mrs. Charles Grippen. The cast offers both newcomers and old favorites and includes Miss Sarah Senior as Frieda; Bob Otte as Herbert Gage, Miss Beverly Griffin as Sarah Gage; Miss Virginia Sprengeler, Paula Gage; Mrs. T. J. Kiesselbach, Marge Gage; Miss Constance Hatges, Barbara Gage. Dan Palen is cast as George Husted; Don Helbling, Jonathan Rockwood; Miss Vivian Zack, Mathilda Rockwood; Bob Gottlieb, Mr. Loomis; F. L. Hudson as Uncle Walter; Bill Baas as Matt; Paul Van Ry as Carson and Bill Pappas as Officer O'Reilly. Admission to the play will be by Little Theater membership card and a membership drive is being conducted. Mrs. Ivan Fosse is membership chairman. The usual arrangement for reserving seats will be followed this year as in the past preceding each play. "January Thaw" is the first of 3 plays to be staged by the Little Theater this year. Membership cards will admit to all 3 plays and also to all other activities of the organization. Roosevelt Group Plans Activities Mrs. John Hostetler, chairman of Parent Education for the Roosevelt Elementary school, met with the room mothers Wednesday to plan the work for the year. Three lessons from the Nationa Parent Education magazine will bi given during the year and oni be shown. There wil DO-A-LOT CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Do-a-Lot club met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Harold Statzer, 1002 Harrison N. W., to pack a Christmas box for a family in Norway which the club is sponsoring. After the business session, lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be Oct. 26 with Mrs. Marlowe Swenson, 308 Vermont S. E. GRU1N WATCHES be a Christmas . . _, and the teachers will be enter :ained in February. Chairmen for the year are Mrs program; Mrs TO WED IN NOVEMBER—Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Grunz,. 946 llth N. E., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty, to Herbert C. Huebner, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Huebner of Blue Island, 111. Miss Grunz v>as graduated from the Mason City high school and is employed by the Rock Island Railroad in Chicago. Mr. Huebner is a graduate of the Blue Island high" school, served 2 years in the U. S. army and is employed by the Equipment Steel company of Blue Island. The wedding will take place Nov. 26 in the presence of the immediate families at the home of the bride's parents. Clyde Lincicum, hospitality; Mrs. John Cookman, social; Mrs. Don Smith, spiritual life; and Mrs. Peter Frahm, publicity. ST. GREGORY UNIT CONDUCTS MEETING St. Gregory's unit of Holy Family guild was entertained Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Fiala, 24 llth N. E. There were 8 members present. Cards were played, prizes going to Mmes. J. McCoun, Pat Murphy and Gregory Weimold. Refreshments' were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. J. F. Serhagl, 103 13th N. E., with Mrs. O. W. Kapps assisting, Nov. 15. CENTRAL LUTHERAN GROUP HAS MEETING Central Lutheran S. E. group met at the home of Mrs. C. V. Dietz, 207 Indiana S. E., Wednesday. Mrs. J. G. -Hanson led devotions and Mrs. W. F. Murphy had the lesson on "Miriam." Plans were made-for a bazar and supper on Nov. 9 at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Julius Anderson, Mrs. L. C. Vail and Mrs. Maynard Olson were guests. DIAMONDS 12 Eost Stote This is NATIONAL BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK OCTOBER 9 to 15 "BOOST YOUR TOWN — IT BOOSTS YOU" The coat with as many personalities as you care to give it! A gay hat, a fur scarf . . . and you're ready for town. Unadorned, with the accent on its fine classic lines . . . you'll find it perfect for everyday comings and goings. And because it's a SHAGMOOR, time will prove the excellence of workmanship . . . the perfection of fit ... the beauty of the exclusive pure woolens. They give you snug warmth without weight—and resist wrinkles, dust and moisture with miraculous ease. In a choice of exquisite colors, including blues and black. 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