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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, October 8, 1949
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„ 8 Oct. 7, 1949 Unto City Gltbe-Gaietlt. Mason Clly, U. WOM Special Drill Team Will Perform The special drill team of the Women of the Moose will do its floor work for the first time before an audience at the meeting Oct. 20, which will be open to all members of the Moose and their families. ' Dress rehearsal will be held next Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., according to an announcement made at the regular meeting of the Women of the Moose, at Moose hall Thursday evening, with Mrs. B. A. Nassen, senior regent, presiding. . •, . . Reports were read by committee chairmen, Nola Holub, membership; Florence Groh, Mooseheart; LaVonne Golbuff, Moosehaven; Ayis Lewis, library, and Irene Snyder,' publicity. It was announced 1hat donations had been given to the polio fund and community chest. Leona Miller reported on the state conference held in Sioux City.^Sept. 29 through Oct. 2.-A recording, received from Mae Schollaan of Long Beach, Cal., ' thanking the co-workers for the gift she received from the- lodge was played. Seven new members were voted into the lodge. Mrs. William Muhlstein won the attendance prize. A card party will be held Oct 13 for the Friendship members and their husbands. A bazar supper will be served on Nov. 10. The first meeting of the month will be preceded by a potluck .supper, with sewing from 5:30 to *7 p. m. Fifty-six members attended the meeting. —o— MRS. LAMPE HOSTESS TO ST. CECILIANS St. Cecelia's circle met at ttf< home of Mrs. J. A. Lampe, 507 9th S. E., Thursday evening with 14 members present. After th< business session, court whist wa^ played, prizes going to Mrs. Henry Hickey and Mrs. Henry Zalleck. Mrs. Virgil Van Hou'ten and Mrs. Elmer Holmlund were assisting hostesses. _o_ EAST 1 STATE STREET CLUB HAS LUNCHEON East State Street club opened its year with a potluck luncheon Thursday at the Clear Lake cottage of Mrs. Charles Gasswint. Business Women's Week Preparations Are Announced MARRIED IN CHICAGO—Miss Jeanne Temple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Temple, 109 Connecticut S. E., became the bride of Merle Wesley Swan of Chicago, son of A. D. Swan of Duluth, Minn., at a ceremony performed Oct. 1 in the Thorndike Hilton Memorial chapel of the Chicago Theological seminary. Dr. R. W. Rankin of -•ArOber'.in, Ohio, former Mason City ' high school classmate of the bride officiated.. Organ music was played throughout the service and wliite gladioli and white chrysanthemums against a background of greenery decorated the chapel for the occasion. Chrysanthemums tables. Assisting decorated the hostesses were Mrs. Lester Birkholz, Mrs. A. J. Rhutasel, Mrs. H. N. Jacoby, and Mrs. George R. Hawkins. A quiz program was conducted by Mrs. C.; F. Weaver and Mrs. H. E. Van Essen. Lucien LeLong Perfumes and Colognes WATCHES DIAMONDS 5 Major Fields of Activities for Auxiliary Five major activities will occupy much of the attention of the American Legion Auxiliary during the coining year, according to Mrs. George Platts, membership chairman, who, with her committee, is engaged in establishing the membership for the season. The activities include service to war veterans and their families, welfare of the children of veterans, projects to help make the community a better ( place in which to live, support of the Legion's national security program to give the United States greater protection from war, and Americanism work to maintain the ideals and principles of free government in America. Mrs. Platts said, "If you have not paid your 1950 Legion Auxiliary dues by Oct. 15, you will not be eligible to attend the free-dinner dance for all paid up members, husbands and escorts." If you have an ice cream scoop you've been using all summer don't put it away now that colder weather is here. It's an excellent tool to keep* around the kitchen with which to serve mashed potatoes, tuna fish or salmon salad, or cottage cheese. WE INVITE YOU TO OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT Take advantage of our lay-away-plan— -an easy payment plan. Buy your lighting fixtures, floor and table lamps and other home necessities in this easy manner. pays to buy the best" Opp. Hanford Hotel The bride was attended by Miss Ardis Hubbs of Chicago and Mr. Swan had his brother, Charlea Swan of Duluth, as bestman. Donald R. Depke of Chicago and A. R. Swan of Duluth were ushers. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her gown of white satin t was made with a square neckline framed by a 3 tier collar and having a pleated skirt. Her fingertip length veil fell from an off the face brim which was scalloped and faced with pearl embroidery. She carried an orchid surrounded by whit.e roses and freesia. The bridesmaid was gowned in green corduroy and carried yellow roses. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the Webster hotel. Out of town guests included the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Temple, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Elder and Dixie and Mr. and Mrs. David Temple, all of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Zeiner and son Alan, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Buescher and children, Karen and Steve, Burlington, Mrs. Walter D. Cocking, Scarsdale, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Swan and Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Swan, Duluth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. David Horner of Hough ton, Mich., Dr. and Mrs. Rankin of Oberlin, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hastings, Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Richardson, Park Ridge, 111. The tables at the reception were in green and white with white mums and gladioli arrangements. The 3-tier wedding cake was topped with white roses and encircled with white pompons. Mr. Swan and his bride left on a wedding trip to Quebec and on their return will be at home at 2480 N. Lakeview, Chicago. The bride has been with the quartermaster corps for a number of years and Mr.- Swan is associated with the National Cash Register Co. Board of Grant PTA Has Meeting Grant P. T. A. board met Thursday afternoon at the school with the president, Mrs. Wesley Fiala, Boosf Your Town Theme Is Featured Special "Boost Your Town— It Boosts You" events planned for National Business Women's week were announced at the meeting of the Mason City Business and Professional Women's club Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford. Mrs. W. R. Hamilton reported on the progress of the ticket sale for the Phil Spitalny Hour of Charm concert Tuesday evening at - 8:20 at the Roosevelt field- house which the club is sponsoring jointly with the Lions club. B. P. W. tickets for the concert are at Vance's and the Lions tickets at Dillons as the sale draws to a close. Miss Loretta Welsh, chairman j for business women's week observance, announced the events for club members, beginning with attendance at services at the Firs' Methodist church Sunday at 7:45 Members will assemble at 10:40 to be able to enter the church together. Miss Clara Lewis is in charge of arrangements. A tea has been planned foi Sunday. afternoon at 2:30 at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. Qr.n less and the social committee in charge. Monday brings a radio address over KGLO with Mrs. C. V. McCarthy and Lester Milligan participating. The concert is Tuesday evening and on Thursday the club will have a luncheon from 11 to 2 at the Cerro Gordo hotel with Laverna Farrer and Loretta Cross in charge. Thursday evening the club will have its dinner at the Hotel Hanford, featuring Mrs. Virginia Bedell of Spirit Lake as speaker. During the meeting Thursday evening, Mrs. Harry Vick, pres- Parliamentary Drill Planned Toastmistress club has changed its meeting time from Tuesday to Monday evening at the Cerro Gordo hotel and is preparing a program on parliamentary drill. Because parliamentary procedure is of. interest to officers of organizations, the meeting is being opened to,any who care to attend, and dinner reservations may be made by calling 2443J before 10 o'clock Monday morning. The program will be preceded by dinner at 6:30. Mrs. W.' R. Hamilton and Mrs. Charlotte Lookingland are in charge of the program. Lincoln FVT. A. Committee Meets Mrs. M. McEnelly, general social chairman for Lincoln P. T. A., and Mrs. Anthony Coloff, general room mother chairman, met with their committee Thursday at Lincoln school. Plans were made for the year's social activities of the Lincoln P ( . T. A. The first meeting will be a re- DP Film Shown During Trinity Aid Meeting Leo George showed the movie, "Answer for Anne," at the monthly meeting of the Trinity Lutheran Ladies' aid in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. The picture is a drama in which Anne, a high school girl, seeks first hand facts for an essay on DPs. Actual scenes as they npw exist in European DP camps were shown and the hopes and fears of displaced persons as they work, worship, wait and hope for a better life were vividly portrayed, ; Delegates chosen to represent Trinity at the W. M. F. circuit convention to be held at St. Ansgar Oct. 11, were Mrs. Marie Hetland and Mrs. Selmer Lee. The nominating committee selected includes . ^rs. Fred Rodas, Mrs. Henry Kueck and Mrs. Niels Peterson. The annual bazar and church supper will be held Nov. -15 at the First Christian church parlors. A bake sale, sponsored by the Forest Park circle, was held at the meet- ident, reported on the 'state board meeting at Des Moines. It was voted to contribute $57.75 to the Community Chest. Mrs. Bayless reported 7 new members who were voted into the club. Miss Esther Prall was named finance chairman to succeed Mrs. Lloyd Gustafson. Bits About 'Em Mrs. R. Wayne Long and son, Richard Wayne, Jr., of San Jose, Cal., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Birdsell, 712 10th N. E., for a month. Mrs. Long will be remembered as Lucile Birdsell Miss Betty Bruns and her fiance, Clifton G. Lord of Boston Mass., are spending a vacation a' the home of Miss Bruns' parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns, 631 Massachusetts S. E., and her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Don Broadbent, 1320 Rhode Island N. E. Richard Millington, son of Mr and Mrs. B. W. Millington, Oakwood park, Clear Lake, has entered his 2nd year at Pomona college, Claremont, Cal. POSTERS TELL STORY—Business and Professional Women's club members announced their intent for the year when they put up their business women's week posters with the. theme, "Boost Your Town—It Boosts You." Done in blue, red and black, the posters are a vivid portrayal of the business woman's part in her community. The Mason City club's special gift to the community in this year's business women's week is the Phil Spitalny Hour of Charm concert which it is sponsoring jointly with the Lions club. ception for the teachers, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p. m., at Lincoln school. BETA PHI CHAPTER CONDUCTS MEETING Beta Phi chapter members met at the home of Miss Wanda Pedelty, 236 7th N. W., Thursday evening to honor 11 rushees. The time was spent playing court whist with prizes going to Mrs. Lois Easley and Leone Corkery. Guests included Pat Carter, Leone Corkery, Alice Hood, Doris Hill, Margaret Hogan, Beverly Howe, Shirley Johnson, Fairlie Lemly, Josephine Salstrom, Elsie Schmidt, Mercedes Welch and Mindy Scott of International, were served. Refreshments ing. Mrs. Niels Petersen, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Warren Peterson who spoke of Christian charities of the church, and Miss Marynell Tessian, who played the piano solo, "Mala- guena." Mrs. Steve Vician was the presiding officer. On the serving committee were Mrs. Charles Blazek, Mrs. J. A. Gravilie, Mrs. G.eorge Black, Mrs. Leo Benson, Mrs. Sverre Lee and Mrs. Norman Olson. Put parsley (unwashed) in a shallow, wide-mouthed jar with a tightly fitting cover and store in the refrigerator. Conference Plans Made by Circles Wesley Methodist W. S. C. S. circles met at the homes of members Thursday and lessons were given from "Women of the Scripture" by Arthur Bruce Moss. Lesson leaders for the year were Mmes. W. L. Constable, F. V. Wolters, L. E. Snell, O. D. Bowlby, J. R. Birkbeck, Frank Newville, Roy Axeen and Dayle Kretzinger. Bazar plans were discussed by each group and self-denial offerings taken. Announcements were made of the quarterly conference dinner Oct. J.6 and the distrid meeting, Oct. 17 with Miss Charlie Holland, missionary from Japan as main speaker. Circle 1 met at 1:30 in the home of Mrs B. O. Erickson, 19 24th S. W. Mrs. Kenneth Roth 1207 Pennsylvania S. E., was Fred Doderer has returned to hostess to circle 2. Mrs. Dick his work as assistant in the per- i Postina assisted In serving. Mrs Buehler and one new member was •eceived. Circle 5 met with Mrs. E. R. Rosburg, route 1. Assisting hostess was Mrs. Gilbert Blakewell. Devotions were given by Mrs. Ray dgar. A rummag sale will be icld by circle 5 on Oct. 22. The meeting of circle 6 was at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. R. W. Triplett, 16 14th S. E., and circle 7 met at the home of Mrs. Rudy Bey, route 4.- Chairmen of the evening circles are the Mmes. Howard Miller and J. E. Vesterby. spnnel department of the University of Iowa after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Doderer, 13 5th N. EJ Imported Holland BULBS 75 Varieties in Stock Tulips — Hyacinths Daffodils — Narcissus Bulbs — lOc and up Plant Now for Spring Blooming Hardy Mum Plants for Outdoor Planting 50c each owerA 10 First St. N, W. presiding. Plans got underway for the Across the Pork school carnival to be held Oct. 21 at 7 p. m. The membership drive is continuing, with 135 memberships already in. The budget for the year was accepted. The next P. T. A. meeting will be Oct. 11 at 7:30 p. m. Lunch will be served by the room mothers. —o— GS FamilyCamp Day Scheduled ' Monroe and Washington Brownie troop 23 and Girl Scout troop, 32 are having a Family day at Camp Gaywood on Sunday, from 2 to 5 p. m. There will be games for all the children, mothers and fathers. Two balloons will be released from the camp, containing notes to the effect that the finder will receive a box of candy if he will bring the note to Washington school. Social Calendar FRIDAY Queen Rebekah lodge— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. U. C. T. AUXILIARY IS ENTERTAINED Mrs. W. D. Cocking of Scarsdale, N. Y., is visiting at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Temple, 109 Connecticut S. E. —o— Past Noble Grand Meeting Is Held Past Noble Grands met in the I. O. O. F. parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. D. Farrer, president, in charge^ Mrs. G. G. Weida gave devotions and Mrs. Guy Davis introduced Mrs. Marie Erickson of Fort Dodge, messenger of the Rebekah assembly. Mrries. Jack Fisher, O. C. Gundlach, Mae Prindle, Harold Rosen- kild, Mae McCMntock and Al Clemens were on the serving committee. A donation was voted to the Community chest. Mrs. Addie Perdue had the lesson and a plant exchange was held with Mrs. Art Greissmar in charge. A rummage sale to be held by Queen Rebekah lodge Oct. 28 and 29 was announced. At the next meeting, Nov. 3, Mrs. Foster will have charge of a recipe exchange and Mrs. Carel Shultz and her committee will be hostesses. —o— ATHENIAN CLUB HAS FIRST OF MEETINGS Athenian club opened its fall season with a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Cerro Gordo hotel. Tables were decorated with fall flowers and leaves. On the committee were Mrs. E. E. Fleming, Mrs. Theodore Jacobs, Miss Margaret Kelly, Mrs. H. G. Weber, Mrs. R. E. Sizer and Mrs. W. B. McGrane. After a short business session, bridge was played, prizes going to Mrs. R. H. Conrad, Mrs. Tim Phalen, Mrs. Ambrose O'Brien and Mrs. C. A. Shinofield. Mrs. James Pardun of Iowa City, a former Carrots may be left in the ground almost until the time of the first freeze without damage. Lou Wolters gave devotions. Circle 3 met at the home o Mrs. Swartz, route 3 with Mrs Ralph Tritch as assisting hostess The meeting opened with devo tions led by Mrs. Bonnie Swartz Plans were made for serving the quarterly conference dinner anc the luncheon for the district W S. C. S. meeting. A parcel sale and breakfast will be sponsored by circle 3 on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at the home of Mrs. A. M. Smith, 610 Jefferson. Two members were received. Mrs. W. B. Hendrickson, 217 20th S. E., was hostess to circle 4, assisted by the Mmes. Fern Tor- tell and G. L. Burmeister. Devotions were given by Mrs. George PERMANENTS Machine or Machineless 3.75 \ 4.75 - 5.75 "* 7.75 $1Q95 19 50c down, $1 weekly Wm. Rogers Hostess Pattern JEWELRY 102 North Federal Cold .Wave Perm'anenls 5.75 - 6.75 8.00 Prices Include Shampoo, Finger Wave — Hair Cut 11J So. Federal — Over Kresge Don't miss out on your free copy of the idea-packed new decorating book prepared for you by the makers of Nairn Inlaid Linoleum. 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