Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 12, 1949 · Page 24
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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
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Children's Day Proclaimed by National Group ' For the first time Children's day will be observed throughout the nation this year as a companion to Mother's day i/i May and Father's day in June. The day set aside for Children's day is Sunday, Oct. 16, according to announcement by George J. Hecht, chairman of the Children's Day National Council, New York City. Paramount purpose of the observance is to have a fitting occasion for churches, civic and community gatherings to call attention to the educational, recrea- tional, health and welfare needs of children and to discuss better Locally, the observance is indorsed by Mayor Howard E. Bruce. The Children's Day National Council chairman points out that there are in the country many pressing needs of children which are being sorely neglected. Among these is the need for thousands of new schools because many schools are shamefully outmoded and overcrowded. There is need for dental care which 75 per cent of American school children lack; need for better eye care as evinced by the fact that 10,000,000 children now have defective vision; the need to combat tuberculosis which now afflicts 175,000 children; the need to combat tuberculosis which now claims more children than before the war and the need to combat the mounting rale of juvenile delinquency. Rake Makes Plans for Golden Jubilee Rake —At recent meetings of the Commercial club and the American Legion the tentative dates of July 3 and 4.were picked for Rake's golden jubilee celebration. The celebration will be sponsored by the American Legion with the Commercial club co-operating. Both groups favor the above dates, but the deciding factor will be the dates on which concessions can be contracted. The Commercial club also made plans for an ice skating rink again this winter. Autumn Team Special Purchase! \ from our parade of October values . « . LUGGAGE WEEKEND CASE 6.95 Here's a tip for traveling . . . women's luggage at SAVINGS! Take advantage of our new low price on matched luggage . . . durable, practical, good looking. Pyroxilin treated gabardine bound with leather. Finished with sturdy locks, beautiful lining, plenty of accessory pockets and plastic grip handles. Blue with tan binding. TRAIN CASE, 8.95* WARDROBE, 14.95* PULLMAN, 11.95' *all prices plus 20% excise tax Mail Orders Welcome . —'Luggage • First Floor NATIONAL BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK October 8 to 15 "Boost Your Town, 11 Boosts You" peak-high quality! valley-low priced! NATIONAL, BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK October 9 to 15 "Boost Your Town, It Boosts You" HOUSE 2380 SIZES 10 • 20 SKIRT 3506 SIZES 24-34 K. C. Sponsored Scout Troop Given Induction Approximately 100 parents and friends witnessed an impressive induction ceremony of the Knights of Columbus sponsored troop No. 10 at the K. C. hall Monday night. Twelve Scouts received their tenderfoot degrees and Scout Jack Moreland was advanced to 2nd class rating. Presentation was made by Leon Green. Following the' ceremony the Scouts entertained with an original shadow skit in which they to all appearances dissected one of their members. Council Executive Peter de Jong was present and 'addressed the parents. He appealed for their cooperation in Boy Scout work. Dr. James Hunter, commissioner, presented the troop charter, accepted by Ambrose O'Brien, K. C. representative. A sound color film was shown by Ralph Moreland. Scoutmaster Howard Clearman and his assistant, Ed O'Connor, were in charge of the exhibitions. Scout David Berrie blew the assembly arid taps while the Scouts sang. The evening was concluded with refreshments, served by Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. O'Connor and Mrs. Walter Broadbent. Fined $100 After Mishap Stanley Mueske, 24, Manly, was fined $100 and costs in the justice court of C. R. Servison here Tuesday on a charge of reckless driving after the auto which he was driving went off the road north of Mason City early Tuesday. Bob Saland, 23, Manly, riding with Mueske, was in Mercy hospital in good condition where he had 15 stitches taken for head injuries suffered in the mishap. Mueske escaped serious .injury. The car apparently hit the drainage wing on the highway and bounded to the left side of the road and into the ditch, where it upset, according to a deputy sheriff who arrested Mueske. Plan Reception Sheffield — The annual reception for members of the Sheffield school faculty will be held Wednesday in the school auditorium. The affair is being sponsored by 1 h e Sheffield Community club. An appropriate program is being planned for the evening. Oct. 11, 1949 9 Mason City Globe-Gaiett*, Mnon City, 1*. Scoutmaster Named Thornton —Ewald Grosshuesch is the new Thornton scoutmaster He will be assisted by Rex Engc- bretson. Carl M. 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A- Plans Meeting New rooms at Harding school will be open to inspection when the Harding P. T. A. has its first meeting of the year Wednesday evening at 8 in the kindergarten room in the east wing of the building. The new 6th grade and the 2 kindergarten rooms are ready for inspection. Mrs. Blanche Skovlin, principal, will speak on "What the School Is Going to Do for the C h i 1 d." There will be special music. Mrs. Wilbur Plath is program chairman. The teachers will be given recognition, including the 5 new staff members who will be introduced. The 6th grade mothers will serve. Mrs. K. W. Hahn is social chairman for the year and Mrs. Howard Sampson, president. The board will meet at 7:30. —o— New Pledges Are Chapter Guests ' Members of Alpha Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met for dinner Monday evening at 7:00 o'clock to honor their new pledges. Climaxing the dinner the new members were given the pledge ritual. They are Mrs. Clayton L. Schulz, Mrs. William Duncan and Miss Catherine Brannon. Miss Ardell Stone and Mrs. Jack Knapp were again made active members. Miss Mindy Scott, international representative from Kansas City, conducted the ritual ceremonies. At-the close of the evening the social committee served refreshments at the home of Mrs. Robert Knapp. Parliamentary Drill Conducted Toastmistress club met at the Cerro. Gordo hotel for a 6:30 dinner and a program on parliamentary drill, Monday evening. Mrs. Helen Simpson gave the nvocation. Mrs. Helen Mitchell was taken into the chapter as a member. Mrs. Ward Hamilton had charge of the program, conducting the esson in parliamentary drill with all the members participating. The next meeting will be Oct. 25 at 6:30 at the Cerro Gordo hotel. —o— Brekken-Willert Wedding is Held Thompson — The wedding of Gladys Willert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Willert, and Elwood Brekken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Brekken . of Scarville, was held at the Lutheran parsonage at Scarville Sept. 28, with the Rev. Neal Johnson officiating at the double ring ceremony. They were attended by Elaine Willert, a niece of the bride, and by Robert Brekken, a brother of the bridegroom. They are at home on a farm one-half mile from Vinje. Meeting Plans Made by P. T. A. Monroe-Washington P. T. A. board met Monday afternoon at 1:30 with Mrs. Herb Ohrt, 408 12 St. N. W., to make plans for the special P. T. A. meeting which will be Wednesday evening. From 7:15 p. m. to 7:45 p. m. the parents are to visit then- child's room. At 8 p. m. the general meeting will begin in the Monroe auditorium. 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