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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
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Oct. 11, 1949 M«»on City Globe-Gazelle, Mason Clly, la. * Mr. and Mrs. James Laros, 1632 R Federal, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Eva, to James H. Benner, Britt, son of Kenneth H. Benner, Springfield, 111. The wedding will take place in December. Mather School Aid Planned in Collection "Good News," a new film on Mather school at Beaufort, S. Car., will be shown on the program being planned for the October meeting of the Baptist's Women's Mission Union Friday, beginning with a dessert luncheon. The women of St. John's Baptist and Union Memorial churches BUY BLACKBIRD BETTER PEONIES OFFICINALIS - ROSEA The companion pink to grandmother's "red piney." This is a double of salmon rose. Roots similar to dahlias. Very worth while on account of sure to bloom by Memorial Day. Blackbird Gardens 1 Mile North of Sugar Plant have, been invited. Members of the hostess church have been asked to bring good usable clothing, shoes or household furnishings to be sent to Miss Louise Voth, principal of the school, for the sales house maintained by them for the' benefit of the people in Beaufort and the students. The proceeds of the sales go toward the upkeep of the school which is a project of the Northern Baptist convention for the benefit of Negro girls. —o— T. A. E. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. POTTER T. A. E. club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. Roy Potter, 1019 Jefferson N. W. Mrs. Carl Anderson reviewed ''Chinatown Family" by Lin Yu- tang. The next meeting will be with Mrs. George O'Neil Oct. 24. GRACE EVANGELICAL W. S. W. S. TO MEET Grace Evangelical U. B. Women's Society of World Service will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 in the church parlors for guest day. Mrs. Herman McDpugle and Mrs. F. W. Wendland will entertain. Installation of Officers Is Conducted Officers were elected and installed at a meeting of the Amvet auxiliary Monday evening at the Y. W. C A., Mrs. Dick Norton being named secretary, Mrs. E. W. Lilley, treasurer; Mrs. G. L. Wallace, parliamentarian; and Mrs. H. Lewis, liaison officer. Mrs. Dan Cookman, first vice president, presided and Mrs. Carl Rice conducted the installation. The county convention was announced for Oct. 17 at the Legion hall in Thornton and Mmes. Cookman, Maude Radcliffe, Abbie Layman, Emma Duncan will attend as delegates and Mmes. Augusta Warmer, Mattie Read, Howard Haydon and Dick Norton, alternates. The 3rd district will have a school of instruction at the Hampton I. O. O. F. hall Oct. 25 and Mrs. Robert Wallace will represent the Mason City unit. A public party was announced for Oct. 17 at 7:45 p. in. at the Y. W. C. A., the proceeds to be used for a birthday party for the children at the Waverly home who have November birthdays. Mrs. Howard Haydon, chdld welfare chairman, will assist with the party. The patriotic opening of the meeting was followed by committee reports. Mrs. E. W. Lilley, hospital chairman, announced that the Knoxville hospital needs iarge T-binders, glove wrappers, pajamas, cushion covers, screen panels and lap robes. Mrs. G. L. Wallace announced a rummage sale for Oct. 14 at the Labor temple. D. U. V. "District Meeting Oct. 20 Dorothea L. Dix tent of the Daughters of Union Veterans has been asked to provide a musician and guide for the district meeting to be held at Ames Oct. 20. it was announced at the tent meeting Monday evening at the Hi-12 clubrooms. Mrs. Harry Roberts presided in the absence of Mrs. Bessie Bull who is ill. Semi-annual reports were made by Mrs. Lela Ferleman and Mrs. Sid Bemis. The next meeting will be Oct. 24 and the refreshments committee includes Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Ocie McMann. %> Furs that go well wherever you may go! t Furs that fit your business appointments, highlight your cocktail hours . . ..brings out the best in you wherever you may go. Grey Squirrel Sheared Raccoon Black Persian Lamb $445. Safari Alaska Seal Fine China Mink Choice Grey Persian Lamb $850 Prices Include Federal Tax 0£«*'<l A^ "• t' f «r :• \Voter Service Conference is on Schedule Mrs. John Bain and Mrs. Marvin Wolter will represent the Mason City League of Women Voters at the League sponsored Voters Service regional conference to be held in Des Moines Oct. 13 and 14. Mrs. Bradford Patton of Chi- cagdj former Mason Cityan, and voters service chairman for the National League, will be among the speakers at the conference. Workshop discussions on various phases of voters service activity in the League will be conducted. The Mason City League is currently conducting its annual drive for funds to finance voters service work. The League of Women Voters expends approximately a half million -dollars annually and these funds are supplied by members and other public spirited men and women who consider the League's work important to the success of democracy in the United Virginia Bedell to Speak at B.'P. W. Dinner Meeting States. According to the New York Russell Photo MARRIED ON ANNIVERSARY—On the wedding anniversary of her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Albert Knop, Miss Darlene Hollatz, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Arthur Hollatz, Clear Lake, became the bride of Robert V. Jacot, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jacot, 1208 2nd S. W. The. double ring ceremony was performed Oct. 7 by the Rev. L. W. Heideman at St. John's*Lutheran church, Garner, also the scene of Mrs. Knop's wedding 51 years ago. Candelabra and baskets of American Beauty roses and pink pompons were placed at the altar and the pews were marked with clusters of pompons and satin ribbon. The bride, .who was given- in marriage by her father, wore a white slipper satin gown fashioned with a fitted basque. The skirt had a full bustle, continuing into a long train, and her fingertip veil was of imported tulle edged w i t h chantilly lace and satin. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Jane Buechele, Grafton, accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Hinz, sang "With the Lord Begin Thy Task," by Frank, sung at the wedding of Mrs. Knop. Following the processional, site sang, "Where-e'er You Go" by Handel, with words written by the Rev. C. A. Hinz, Mason Citv. The bride's cousin, Wilber Hollatz, sang "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Norma Jean Hollatz, sister of the bride and maid of honor, wore a gown of fuchsia taffeta, designed with a net yoke and full skirt. She wore matching, gloves and carried a colonial bouquet of white pompons and American Beauty roses. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Jerrold Eide, Des Moines, former roommate of the bride, and Mrs. Oliver Yclland, Sheffield, sister of the bridegroom. They wore aqua gowns with matching gloves. Each carried a colonial bouquet of white pompons and red roses. Connie Hollatz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hollatz, flower girl, wore a white taffeta floor length dress with bustle and bodice patterned after the bride's gown. She carried a basket of mums and rose petals. David Luscomb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald .Luscomb, ring bearer, wore a white suit and carried the rings in a large orchid chrysanthemum with satin streamers. Oliver Yelland, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, of Sheffield, was bestman and the ushers were Jerry Eide, Des Moines; Dale Holan, Winnetoon, Nebraska, cousin of the bridegroom, and Wilbur Hollatz. Mrs. Hollatz, mother of the bride, chose a suit of peacock blue with brown accessories, and Mrs. Jacot, mother of the bridegroom, a green suit with black accessories. They had identical corsages of red roses and white stephanotis. Miss Alice Schultz was in charge of the guest book. Miss Joan Stay- nor, Hampton, arranged the gifts. Following the ceremony a reception was held for 170 guests in the church parlors which was dec- prated with flowers'and streamers in the bride's colors. The 4-tier wedding cake was encircled with orchid gladioli and topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Kenneth Haynes, Mason City, and Mrs. Fred Hollatz, Jr., poured; Mrs. Will Hollatz served the cake. Mrs. Clarence Heide, Dubuque, acted as hostess. The junior hostesses were Gilma and Ethel Holstad and Betty McKee, Mason City, and Helen and Ardith Hollatz and Irene Schultz. Thrqe grandmothers, Mrs. Albert Knop and Mrs. Fred Hollatz, Sr., Clear Lake, and Mrs. Anna Stevens, who is from Creighton, Nebr., were in attendance. The bride was graduated from Ventura high school and Hamilton's School of Commerce, Mason City, and is now in the business office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company, Mason City. The bridegroom is a graduate of Chapin high school and served in the U. S. Army in Korea and is now assistant manager of the Tractor Supply Company, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Jacot have gone on a motor trip to the Ozarks. For travel the bride wore a blue suit with brown accessories and an-orchid corsage. Upon their return they will live at 120 9th N. W. The bride was complimented by several showers before her marriage. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shepard, 115 10th N. W., have another grandson, born Monday at Belmond to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shepard. The baby who weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces, has been named Cedric Herman. He is their 2nd son and they also have a daughter. Times, "The League of Women Voters functions today as a powerful lighthouse, pointing the way toward better and more intelligent citizenship." "Choice is eloquent," the League declares and points out that, to keep choice freely eloquent, its constant goal is to increase informed citizen participation in government. In 270 communities, 89,000 members of the League serve their fellow citizens by letting the people know urgent issues of the day through distribution of simple factual material, by radio and word of mouth. The League serves also by mak T ing the people care about the performance as responsible citizens by use of discussion in small groups and also by helping the people act in shaping today's history by providing a year around nonpartisan voters service and by demonstrating the technics of citizenship. This voters service conference in Des Moines is one of 11 regional conferences to train women leaders in ways to stir voters to acceptance of party responsibility. Mrs. Virginia Bedell of Spirit | Lake, state parliamentarian for the Jbwa Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs and recently reappointed to the Iowa board of parole, will be the speaker at the Mason City B. P. W. club's dinner Thursday evening at 6:30 at the Hotel Hanford. The dinner is part of the club's observance of National Business Women's Week, with the theme, "Boost Your Town —It Boosts You." Mrs. Bedell is a past state president of the Iowa Federation and was organizing president of the Spirit Lake club. Mrs. Bedell practices law with her husband under the firm name of Bedell & Bedell. She was married to W. B. Bedell in 1919, and the couple has 2 sons, the younger one presently studying law. Both sons served in the war, are married and there are 2 grandchildren. Born of pioneer parents in 1895, Mrs. Bedell has lived in the Spirit Lake community all her life. She was admitted to the practice of law in 1920 and was president of the district bar association in 1938. In 1937 she was elected Dickinson county attorney and reelected in 1939. She resigned during the 2nd term to accept appointment on the Iowa board of parole, the first woman to hold this position. She was listed in "Who's Who" among women laywers of America in 1939 and in 1948 was chosen by the Sioux City Journal as "Woman of Achievement" for 1949. She is a member of the Presbyterian church and active in civic work in her city. She was a member of the D. A. R. on the national legislative committee for several years; was state president of the American Legion Auxiliary the year of its convention in Paris, 1927-28. She served as state judge advocate for the Auxiliary for a years. number of Less than the time it takes a rabbit to jump from.,. Social Calendar TUESDAY Milwaukee Women— G, Mutual Insurance building. St. Lucy's circle— 7:30, Mrs. William J. O'Brien, 243 5th S. E. Unity Chapter No. 58— 6:30, Masonic temple, meeting, 7:30. Women of Moose Drill team— 7:30, Moose hall. Grant P. T. A.— 7:30, school. Trinity Garfield circle— 7:30, Mrs. Elaine Parks, 246 9th S. E. St. Dorothy's circle— 8, St. Joseph school. St. Joseph unit— 8, Mrs. David Campbell, 717 Washington N. W. Holy Family circle 4— HERE.. TO HERE LA FRANCE BLUING WITH LUM1NESS DISSOLVES INSTANTLY Now—better than flakes! The same wonderful La France Bluing in a brand new quick-dissolving bead form! • WHITENS WHITES! • BRIGHTENS COLORS! BETTER BLUING! EASIER TO USE! 8, Mrs. G. W. Glenn, 107 Indiana S. E. First Christian group 8— 8, Mrs. Arthur Gaul, 829 12th N. E. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. WEDNESDAY Rockford alumnae— 1, Mrs. C. O. Klath, 1005 West State. Bridge club— 1, Mrs. Charles Kaufman, 217 Pennsylvania N. E. Emanon club— Postponed to Oct. 26. M. H. Thomble club— 2, Mrs. C. A. Buffington, 427 23rd S. W. Navy Mothers— 2, Labor hall. Central Lutheran S. E. group— 2:30, Mrs. C. V. Dietz, 207 Indiana S. E. McKinley P. T. A.— 2:30, school. Central Lutheran west group— 2:30, Mrs. Earl McKibben, 15 Adams N. W. 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. Rfcmroe 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. —o— H. E. O. CLUB HAS STUDY OF HOBBIES H. E. O. club met with Mrs. Mae Morgan, 1012 First N. W., Monday for a discussion of "Favorite Hobbies" by members. An impromptu quiz program was conducted. The members had planned to drive to Clear Lake to see the bell collection of Mrs. H. W. Knutson. This trip was postponed because of the storm until Tuesday morning when the members visited Mrs. Knutson and heard 1 ~xplanation of the bells in her lion. Mrs. Bedell is active in politics. She was for 12 years county vice chairman of the republican committee, 4 years chairman of the v women's division of district republican committee and for 2 years state vice chairman of the republican central committee. T. T. T. Society ' Planning Trip Members of T. T. T. society will attend the" national T. T. T. convention at Waterloo Oct 14 and 15, it was decided at a meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. William Tate, 321 East State, with Mrs. Rueben Hall as hostess. Those planning to attend are Mmes. Hall, Tate, Harold Bianco, Robert Hamilton, Lloyd Loers, William Morisky, Steve-Stahl and Elmer Starr. The society voted a contribution of $5 to the Community Chest. •—o— MARY JEAN CASEY HONORED AT LUNCHEON Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Mrs. S. C. Deyoe entertained at a bridge luncheon Monday at the Deyoe home, 49 River Heights drive, honoring Miss Mary Jean Casey who will be married Oct. 22 to William T. Martin of Omaha. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. T. A. Burke and Mrs. Richard Casey. MRS. VIRGINIA BEDELL Chapter Holds Jewel Ritual Beta Phi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its pledge ritual and ritual of jewels ceremonies Monday evening at the Eadmar hotel ' with Miss Mindy Scott Kansas City, international representative, in charge. Pledged to the chapter were Pat Carter, Leone Corkery, Doris J. Hill, Margaret Hogan, Alice Hood, Beverly Howie, Shirley Johnson, Josephine Salstrom and Elsie Smith. The Misses Lulu Johnson, Lula Poulos, and Wanda Stanton received the ritual of jewels. Dinner followed, the table being decorated with lighted candles, chrysanthemums and ferns. The next meeting will be Oct. 17 at 8 p. rn. at the Hotel Hanford. —o— ELIZABETH KELLOGG IS GIVEN SHOWER Miss Elizabeth Kellogg who will be married Oct. 16 to Edward Raila at East Norwalk, Co n n ., was honored at a shower given by Mrs. Carroll Ambroson and Mrs. Al Christiansen at the Ambroson home, 912 Madison N. W. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Warren Geer, Mrs. Charles Swift and Miss Gloria Shutte of Rochester, Minn. Refreshments were served and gifts presented to Miss Kellogg. VELEDA STUDY CLUB HAS MEETING Veleda Study club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Thor Jensen, 1415 Virginia N. E. The lesson on "The International Bank" was given by Mrs. F. W. Kapke. Refreshments were served by the hostess. ATTENTION MUSIC LOVERS Enter JOHNSON'S SCHOOL OP MUSIC. Learn to play the Eiectric Hawaiian guitar. Lessons taught at the Cerro Gordo Hotel, Friday and Saturday weekly. Instrument loaned to pupil for 12-week trial period at no extra charge. For Free trial lesson in your home, write Johnson's School of Music, care x>f Cerro Gordo Hotel, Muson City, or Phone 5616-J. Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREET THIS IS NATIONAL Business Women's Week OCTOBER 9 TO 15 "Boost your town ... It boosts you" SIZING Nu-Eve Panties fit you perfectly no *; wattelr what:your figure typ*., -Thofs f^&oif^woFsH em«}>>hip *""*" ••Shpw-vl h* Ccmjfort Zorte (crotch No. 530-BR1EF, | n»1ic., «dgtd legi. c For tlim flguns. f \ $135 No. 6531-SHORT FLARE, »htl! luck htm. For short, fvlltr figurtt or tho«« dttirrn? »t»p-ir> No. 6534-RECULAR LENGTH FLARE. Good anti-chaft pro- Ifrclion for averag* to tall figurti with full thigh*. >tyl«. . tigurt» with full thigh*. No. tNO-REOULAK LENGTH •AND 1IO. Good mtiKrMrfo protection for avorvfo ro tall jj^pttH Wltn H». Mtt-SMORT, SKIN-TIGHT, 3-UNGTH. Short, ti,h, lor tlim 26-28 East State

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