Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 12, 1949 · Page 22
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
Page 22
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Jan/or Music. Ciubs Elect 'New Officers Officers were elected at meetings of junior music groups sponsored by the • Matinee Musicale club Saturday afternoon. Allen Dean was elected president of the Miniature Matinee Musicale at a meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry Wolf, 107 Linden drive. Jean Cowan was named vice president, and Ted Kiesselbach, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Henry C. Pendergraft, Mrs. Wolf and Mrs. Scott S. Smith as counselors and Mrs. Clay Cowan, senior adviser. The older group elected Julie Lock Photo PLAN GOLDEN WEDDING—Mr. and Mrs. Marius Swenson of Swaledale will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Oct. 16 with open house at their home from 2 to 5. They were married in Clear Lake and have 3 children, Mrs. Chris Ytzen, Sherman of Clear Lake and Wesley, at home. Kiesselbach president at a meet- ng at the home of Mrs. Henry Paine, 944 5th S. E. Sally Fender- graft was named vice president, Joan Sharpe, treasurer; and Connie Cowan, secretary. On the program committee are Charles Wolf and Sally Pendergraft; membership, Julie Kiesselbach and Joan Sharpe and Connie Cowan. Counselors are Mrs. Lloyd Cummins, Mrs. Henry Paine and Mrs. Harry Marines. —o— Age of Pyramids Is Discussed Members of Xi Nu Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening jn the south parlor at the Y. W. C. A. Miss Helen Meyer, president, presided. Mrs. Donald Watts presented the lesson on "The Age of the Pyramids." She stated one of the first things that an Egyptian did when he became a man was to plan and begin to build his tomb. He wanted a tomb that was beautiful and so strongly built that it would last forever. The Egyptian people believed that^life on this earth was only a preparation for a much longer and more peaceful life in another world. Homes that they built on this earth they called "Inns for Travelers" but the tomb was built for an eternity. Mrs. Roy Hoffman of Beta Phi chapter, and Mrs. Paul Popma of Algona, a former member of Xi Nu chapter, were guests at the meeting. Marcedes Balek was appointed publicity chairman for the group. Following the business session the members went to the Eadmar coffee shop for refreshments. KRUPP-INGEBRETSON Forest City—Barbara Anita In- geretson and Nils Arthur Krupp of Nogales, Ariz., who were married Sept. 26 in the United Fellowship church in Nogales, have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ingebretson. After the ceremony, a reception was held in Oct. 11, 1949 11 Mason CHjr GIvbe-GaieiU, M»i«n City, I the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krupp, Nogales. Seventy five thousand men were directly employed in thp construction of Rockefelkjr Center, New York. Past Patrons to Be Honored Unity chapter No. 58, O. E. S., will have a 6:30 membership dinner honoring past matrons and past patrons at the Masonic Temple Tuesday evening. 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