Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 43
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„ 22 Get It, 1949 !(*»•• CUjr GUk«-OM«U«, M»»n City, Is. Granf Parents Go to School During Meeting Mothers and fathers of Grant school attended their children's classes Tuesday evening at th regular P. T. A, meeting. Classes were for 20 minutes during which the teacher reviewed the work of the children. The program was opened with the flag pledge by Howard Ebbers, cubmaster. Community singing was led by Vernon Kirlin, accompanied by Miss Irene Swedlund. Sally Shreckengost gave 2 tap dance numbers, accompanied by Mrs. R. R. Kelso. Jerry Bailey, played 2 piano solos. The Rev. Ambrose Giannoukos presented the spiritual lesson on "School and Family Working To gether." A short business meeting followed. The school carnival was announced for Oct. 21 at 7 p. m. Lunch was served by room Lucien LeLong Perfumes and Colognes WATCHES BlaneKard^ DIAMONDS Miss Mary Cahill Is Bride of John Sturges at Rockwell mothers, • Mmes. William Bryant, Harry Schaffer, Jack Redmond, Arthur Reikens, Clint Mott, Howard Schreckengost and Leo Tisor. Mrs. Selma Grosland and Mrs. Alfred Becker poured. Colored Films. Shown for Club Colored movies of the west were shown at the meeting of the Wa- Tan-Ye club Tuesday noon at the Cerro Gordo hotel by Max Boyd. Mr. Boyd took the movies on a trip to the national Kiwanis convention and they include views from the Mississippi to the Pacific with many pictures of the national parks in Colorado, the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Brice canyon and Zion National park in Utah and the Yosemite and Sequoia National parks in California. Mr. Boyd was presented by Mrs. Tolla Blowers, program chairman, and Mrs. G. Curtis Yelland, president, presided. The next meeting will be a dinner at the Cerro Gordo on the evening of Oct. 19. Telegraph cables in the ocean are not suspended from shore to shore but, being so heavy, rest on the floor of the sea, sometimes miles deep. Electrolux SALES AND SERVICE O. A. BUECHLE Phone 5870-J or write 910 6th Street S. E. ! l Illustrated is one place setting in Sterling Take your Sterling with you. $1 per week per place setting You can own sterling so easy on BLANCHARD'S STERLING SILVER CLUB PLAN Register today and start your pattern now! IV Now's the time to ready your outmoded diamond jewelry for all the gay festivities of the Fall and Winter sea- sonl Bring them to us for re-setting in magnificent,completely-modern mountings! Choose your "dream"' mounting from our large, varied selection ... all with that expensive, "custom" look . . . all surprisingly modest in price. CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS WATCHES ftkmchardV DIAMONDS Rockwell — Miss Mary Cahill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cahill, and John Sturges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sturges, were married in a double ring ceremony performed in the Sacred Heart church at Rockwell, Oct. 8, by the Rev. R. S. Bohrer. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Helen Cahill was her sister's maid of honor, and Mrs. Merlin Palmer, sister of the bridegroom was bridesmaid. Genevieve Cahill, a sister of the bride, acted as flow- ergirl. Harley Sturges, brother of the bridegroom, was bestman and ushers were Martin Cahill, brother of the bride, Pat Cahill and Martin Bamrick. \ Miss Catherine Brannon played the nuptial music and Donna Sturges, Winifred Hunt and Patrick Cahill sang. One hundred and fifty guests attended the dinner and reception held in the academy hall. After a wedding trip to the east coast, the couple will be at home in Rockwell. She was graduated from Rockwell high school and attended Iowa State Teachers college and taught in the rural schools of Cerro Gordo county for 5 years, a year at Belmond, and is presently teaching in the Rockwell public school. The bridegroom was graduated from Rockwell high school and attended AIB in Des Moines. He served in the armed forces 18 months, part of that time in Japan. He is farming with his father near Rockwell. FORMER NORTH IOWANS HONORED—Mr. and Mrs. Peter Anderson of Draper, Wis., formerly of the Lake Mills vicinity, were honored on their golden wedding anniversary when about 300 relatives and friends gathered in the Draper high school auditorium to honor +lhem Sept. 18. Dinner was served o 80 relatives preceding the program. Gold decorations were used the table and autumn foliage and flowers in the auditorium. The bridesmaid, Mrs. Andrew Aumdahl, sister of the'bridegroom, vas present for the event. A short program was given withthe ugh school principal John Yor- cerwich, acting as toastmaster. Family Party of Milwaukee Club Is Held BLANCHARD5 Seventy were present for the Milwaukee Women's club potluck family dinner in the Mutual Insurance building Tuesday e v e- ning. Prize for. the largest family present went to Mr. and Mrs. Marlowe Evans. Peter Hicks received a prize as the youngest child and Madeline Kemp as the oldest. A short business session was conducted by Mrs. Ed Grote who announced her nominating committee, Mmes. R. E. Sizer, Charles Smola and Walter Hendrickson. Mrs. Sizer paid a tribute to the recently deceased M r s. Barbara Gross, who was custodian of the club. 'Mrs. William Schrader read a poem, "Keeper qf My Years," which she had composed in honor of Mrs. Gross. The resignation of the treasurer, Mrs. H. M. Davis, who is moving to Mitchell, was an~ nounced. Mr. Hendrickson, accompanied by Mrs. Davis, led community singing. A "King for a Day" program was staged, a Halloween theme being carried out, and Don Woodhouse was chosen king from a group including J. J. Burnett R. E. Sizer, Ed Grote, and H. L Gerard Photo. MRS. JOHN STURGES Garfield P. T. A. to Have Meeting Plans for the first Garfield P. T. A. meeting Wednesday at 7:30 were completed at a meeting of the Garfield P. T. A. board Tuesday afternoon at the school with 13 members present. Mrs. Huston Peterson, president, was in charge. The first meeting will be a reception for the teachers and the principal, F. M. Maxwell, will be the speaker. Mrs. L. G. Hawkins, membership chairman, announced that so far, 188 have joined the P. T. A. The 2nd grade with the largest number will receive an award. Mrs. Leo Benson reported the result of the bake sale held by the P. T. A. and thanked all for their co-operation. ST. DOROTHY~C1RCLE MEETS AT SCHOOL St. Dorothy's circle met at the St. Joseph school hall Tuesday evening with 14 members and 5 guests present. Games were played CANT SIT/ following the business session. Hostesses were Mrs. Ray Tenney, Mrs. Jim. Nashel, Mrs. Jim O'Donnell and Mrs. William Jansen. GIRL SCOUT TROOP HAS WIENER ROAST Girl Scout troop 11 of St. Joseph school had a wiener roast at Camp Gaywood, Clear Lake, with 14 members present Transportation was provided by Fred J. Ebelinf, Dan Gallagher, Mrs. Frank Lewis and Mrs. R. B. Determan. Th»' camp-out was under the leadership of Mrs. Ebcling and Mrs. Roger Whipple. PIN-WORMS and that awful ITCH! Chore were solos by Lois Ann Stockseth, Carleen Anderson, a granddaughter of the couple, John Dlsen, Arlene, Dorothy and Gloria, nieces of the couple, and talks Mr. Yorkerwich and Mr. Olsen. Gifts were presented to :hem. Refreshments were served, lowans at the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hylland, Ole and Albert Hylland, Mrs. Russell Oulman, Richard, Raymond and James, Mrs. Gilmer Anderson, Gorden, Arlene, Dorothy, .and ploria of Leland; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anderson, Mrs. Ole Bilstad, Mrs. John Snyder, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Christ Larson, Scarville; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stockseth and Lois Ann; Mrs. Mamie Roshiem, Belmond, Miss Synneva Hylland, Bergan, Norway; Laurence Hylland, Kensett. _ deep, almost going mad bectuxr of a tormentlnr, embarrassing rectal itchT This miiy well 1/3 a warning sign of Fin- Worms, ugly ereatnrom that live and crow insid* the human body. And thi» common condition can cause more serious trouble ... even internal inflammation and bleeding. There'i no need to 'take chances with this nasty pest. A new, scientific treatment —JoyiM't P-W V«rmifvg«—now offers r«al relief irons Pln-Wornu. 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McDonald, Paul Hurley, H. L. McCaughey, William Blackman, and Ed Grote. 12 East State Street Social Calendar WEDNESDAY First Christian fellowship— 6:20, church. Credit Women's club— 6:30, Hotel Hanford. Madison P. T. A.— 7:30, school. Garfield P. T. A.— 7:30, school. St. Gregory circle— 7:30, Mrs. Frank Fiala, 24 llth N. E. Monroe Washington P. T. A.— 7:45, school. Harding P. T. A.— 8, school; board at 7:30. Bethlehem Ladies aid— 8, church social room. St. Jude's unit— 8, Mrs. W. H. Parks, 228 Crescent drive. St. Mark's circle— 8, Miss Margaret Hanlon, 729 N. Federal. V. F. W. auxiliary- Postponed one week. THURSDAY O. T. club— 1, Mrs. Jack Morgan, 1144 W. State. Thursday Bridge club— 1, Mrs. J. W. Beck, Euchre and Cycle club. Novel club— 1:15, Mrs. F. W. Osmundson, 41 Beaumont drive. Newcomers club— 1:15, Y. W. C. A. Evangelical W. S. W. S.— 2, church parlors. Happy Hustlers— Mrs. Carl Kohler. Energetic class— Congregational church. G. LA. to B. L. E.— 2, Labor hall, public card party. City Progressive club— 6:30, Mrs. Alma Letts, 247 14th S E B. P. W. club— 6:30, Hotel Hanford. 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. Dciug Fields, 524 21st S. E. Holy Family circle 9— 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. ST. LUCY CIRCLE IS ENTERTAINED Mrs. W. J. O'Brien, 243 5th S. E., was hostess to 16 members of St. Lucy's circle Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. Mensch and Mrs. L. Snopek were guests. After the business session, court whist was played, prizes going to Mrs. M. O. Laughlin, Mrs. J. Blake and Mrs. D. Lannon. 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