Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 2
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Oct. 6, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, U. Globe-Gazette Photo ADULT EDUCATION REGISTERS 150 BY 2ND DAY—Among the first to register for adult education classes as registration opened at the high school and junior college building We'dnesday were the 2 women shown here, one signing for her husband and the other for herself. A total of 150 were registered by 10 Social Agency Council Holds First Meeting Shepoiser Speaks on Nee.d of Objective Approximately 30 members of the Council of Social Agencies were present at the meeting of the group in its first regular lunch- con session of the year held at Hotel Eadmar Wednesday noon. Miss Alma Partridge, ' elected" president at the organiza.ti<?n.'s annual meeting last spring, presided. Supt. L. H. Shepoiser. was speaker and following the business session talked to the group on "Education- As a Community Function." Also speaking briefly was John H. Ludeman, co-prdijiator fpr. the state rehabilitation department, who was in Mason City Wednes-r day as part of his activities in the 12-county area he represents, this week particularly in the observance of national handicap week: Dues Collected year books were distributed by Miss Loretta Welsh of Family Officers Elected New Hampton—Lloyd Hahn has been elected president of the Williamstown Junior Farmers 4-11 club. Roger Kolthoff is vice president, Will Worden, secretary- treasurer, Richard Schilling, reporter. • . • • We are pleased to announce that Mr* Kenneth L, Eaton has become associated, with our Sales Department and will represent us in the .' » Iowa Territory with offices at 402 Securities Bldg. DBS MOINES, IOWA .Telephone 2-72|l OTIS & CO. Established-1899 CLEVELAND New York Cincinnati Chicago Columbus Denver Toledo Dallas Buffalo Thursday morning. Registration —*will continue through Friday from 9 a. rri. to 12 noon and from 1 to 5 p. m. Classes begin Oct. 17. Pictured are, from left, A. M. Sarchett, director of adult education; Barbara Ereudenberg, junior college secretary; Mi's. J. J. Heymann, signing up a course for her husband in home repair mechanics and Mrs. Kathryn Runft, registering for a class in sewing and textile work. Greatest interest in coui'ses shown at this writing as reported by Director Sarchett is as follows: Photography, public speaking, bookkeeping, contract b r i,d g e, driver training, English for foreign born, home repair and mechanics, life saving, oil painting, shorthand refresher, sewing, beginning typing, and woodworking. Sarchett said that it was im-' portant that persons expecting to be'enrolled in classes must register now in order that it may be known whether the classes can be conducted or not. He particularly pointed out that those who signed up for the Bible study at the end of. the' session last spring must register at this time. This is also true for . those who took woodworking last year and indicated they would continue this year. 4-H Club Elects Garner—Roger Earles was host to the Boone Township Boys' 4-H club for the annual meeting recently. Roger Earles was elected president of the club for the new club year, Gary Aitchison, vice president; Daryl Huling, secretary; Jim Earles, treasurer; and Dale Huling, reporter. The next meeting of the club will be held at the Fern Huling home Wednesday evening, Oct. 19. at WOLFS LANE CEDAR HOPE CHEST USE OUR CONVENIENT CHRISTMAS CLUB LAY-A-WAY PLAN! Buy today, while selections aro complete. Pay I New, low ea«y terms aled Now is the time to choose this best of all Christmas gifts—the only pressure- tested aroma-tight Cedar'Chest in the world. Moth Protection Guarantee with every Lane. There's a perfect Lane style to blend with any room . .. any type of furnishings. $ 1 DOWN J. Reserves Any LANE fo HOPE CHEST CHRISTMAS No. 2368. Lane Special (above). Front has matched American Walnut Stump at each end, four-piece matched American Walnut Longwood in center. Tray included. Service, Inc., program chairman for the year, with Mrs. Ca/1 Fick of the Girl Scout office as cochairman. The §1 dues for the yeai were collected and the report o: the secretary-treasurer, Miss Helen Miller, representative of the Lutheran Welfare Society, were read and accepted. As a co-operative project of the group in beginning its year's work it was suggested by Mrs. Bernice Beale, representative from the Iowa T. B. and Health association department, that a volunteer service bureau be set up whereby persons interested in service work could register as to the particulai type of service each could give. I was especially stated that thi Newcomers club be contacted i such a bureau were established. "It is important that the school, and all the various social agencie have the same objective in a com munity—that of responsibility in providing an understanding of and practice in the basic principles ir the art of living together in a class room, in a home and in a worl community," Supt. Shepoiser said Community Work Important Another point brought out .by the speaker was the importance of developing in individuals the responsibility of doing something for one's community as a voluteer service. Mr. Ludeman, .speaking after Supt. Shepoiser, described his work in vocational rehabilitation as "an extension of free education for those who merit it." He defined education a's a "drawing out the best that is in a person." He said that at the present time he has 30 handicapped clients in Cerro Gordo county to rehabilitate as productive members of society. . • "As social agencies you have the greatest opportunity and responsibility to help develop red blood of America," he said. New Members Introduced Four new representatives were introduced: Miss Beulah Wiedman, new director of the Public Health Nursing association; Miss Alberta Cochram, new county nurse; Mrs. Mabel Zickefoose, new city school nurse,- and Mrs. Clifford Collen, present for Mrs. Ivan Fosse of the American Cancer society office. The 29 agencies making up the council and their representatives as set forth in the year book are: American Cancer society, E. L. C. White, Mrs. Ivan Fosse; American Red Cross, Miss Janet Baird, Mrs. Lucy Smith; Boy Scouts, Peter F. DeJong; City health department, Bill Reed; City Recreation department, Kenneth R Church; Community Chest, Miss Mary Stebbins. County Nursing association Miss Alberta Cochram; county relief office, Frank O'Hearn, Ruth Bengali; Family Service, Inc. Miss Doris Bruce, Miss Loretta Welsh; Girl Scouts, Mrs. Carl Fick; Globe-Gazette, E. A. Norem Miss Clara Madson; high schoo: principal's office, Harold Snyder Miss Helen Fullerton, P. O. Brunsvold. On Council Infantile paralysis, A. J. Thomson; Iowa State T. B. and Health association, Mrs. Bernice Beale; Iowa Employment service, Clay Cowan; Lutheran Welfare, Miss Ida Rorem, Miss Helen Miller; police department, Leo Allstot; probation office, C. E. Gilman, Mrs. A. W. Gauger; Public Health Nursing association, Miss Beulah Wiedman, Mrs. Louise Krall. Salvation army, Maj. Edgar Tieman, Mrs. Tieman; soldiers' relief, Mrs. Barney Sweeney; school attendance office, Miss Alma Partridge; school nurses, Miss Nan Clack, Miss Ellen Graves, Mrs. Mabel Zickefoose; state health department (no representative); state social welfare, Miss Margie Mullaney, Miss Grace Murray, Miss Anne Downing; social agency member, Miss Hattie Lymenstahl; social agency charter member, Lester Milligan: Y. M. C. A., John Calhoun; Y. W. C. A., no representative at present. Time Out for ! 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