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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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14 Got. 5, 1949 Mason City Globe-Giielte, Mason City, la. Children Home Society Asks for Donation The annual financial appeal for the benefit of the Iowa Children's Home society will be held in Cerro Gordo county beginning Oct. 17 and continuing to Oct. 31, it was announced this week by the rural chairman, Mrs. Clint Stevenson of Mason City, R. F. D. Established in 1888, the Iowa Children's Home society provides both emergency and permanent care for neglected, abandoned, mistreated ' or unwanted children throughout Iowa, working in close co-operation with the courts, public officials and welfare agencies, and various religious organizations. In its 60 years of service, the society has cared for nearly 11,000 such children coming from every county in the state. In a single year, under present operation, between 500 and 600 cases come under its sympathetic and humanitarian care. In this year's campaign budget, $1,600 has been set as Cerro Gordo county's share, it is stated by the chairman. : —o— f Appointments Made by WCF During Meeting Appointments were announced at a meeting of St. Teresa court of the Women's Catholic Order of Foresters Tuesday evening in the Violin Not Only Harmony Problem of Evelyn in Orchestra K. C. clubrooms. Mrs. Harold Wills has been appointed by the high court of Chi- Dr. A. E. Hale was appointed medical examiner and the Rev. Alvin Heuring, chaplain. A membership drive will be conducted by the court with Mrs. Al Lansing, Mrs. George Platts, Mrs. Jim Coyle and Mrs. John Lansing on the committee. The court voted a donation of $3 to the Community Chest. After the business session, a .social hour was held and Mrs. Florence Corbett and Mrs. Jack Welsh were hostesses. The next meeting will be Nov. 8. —o— Past Officers to Be Given OES Honors Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S., held a stated meeting in the Masonic temple Tuesday evening with Mrs. George C. Senn, worthy matron, presiding. Invitations have been extended to all past matrons and past patrons to attend a 6:30 membership dinner in the Masonic temple next Tuesday evening in their honor. The degrees will be conferred upon candidates. Park chapter, Clear Lake, has invited Unity chapter to a friendship meeting Oct. 19 in the Masonic temple. Mrs. George Senn, Mrs. Floyd Wade and Mrs. Wilma Wood will take part in the initiation ceremony at the close of the meeting. A social hour was held in the dining room and members having October birthdays were honored at a special table with autumn leaves. Halloween decora- Ticket Sales Are Continuing for Concert How would you like the job of keeping 35 girl musician starlets happy and harmonious? How would you like to have to supervise their dates? How would you like to try Gerard Photo MARRIED AT HOLY FAMILY—Holy Family church was the setting for the .wedding of Miss Georgia Dee Harklcrode daughter of Mr and Mrs. George Harklerode, 610 llth N. E., and Arthur Clarence Graf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Graf, 112 15th N. W., performed cago as local sales representatives, tions and a birthday cake. Oct. 3 by the Rev. John Reed* who read the double ring ceremony. Bronze chrysanthemums and autumn leaves decorated the altar. Nuptial music included "On This Day O Beautiful Mother," sung before the mass by Marian Hudson, with Donna Jean Sartor as organist. "Wedding March" by Kreckle and "Recessional" , by Rossini were used as the processional and recessional marches and solos during the mass were "O Sanctissima," "Panis Angelicus" by Franck and "O Lord I Am Not Worthy" by Burns. Peter John and Robert Bronson were acolytes. Don Lauer acted as bestman and Joe Thomas and Robert Crowe, William Martin and George Harkelrode, brother of the bride, ushers. Miss Loretta Jansen was maid of honor, Miss Mary Lou Young and Miss Anita Abbott, and carried a fluff bouquet of orchid mums, pink rosebuds and pompons. The flowergirl wore a small version of the bridesmaids' dresses in ice blue with matching bonnet and mitts and carried a basket of rosepetals. The bride's,mother was attired in a blue suit with cinnamon ac- bridesmaids, flowergirl. and Jane Darland cessories and Mrs. Graf wore a | stance." blending their hair, lipstick and dress into one artistic orchestra ensemble? Evelyn Kaye does it—and without hysterics. Evelyn is concertmistress and featured violinist of Phil Spitalny's all-girl orchestra, which will perform in the Roosevelt field house next Tuesday evening at 8:30 under the sponsorship of the Business and Professional Women's club and the Lions club. Tickets are being sold at Vance's and by members of the 2 sponsoring organizations. Asked how she handles problems that have floored more than one sorority housemother, Evelyn said, "We do it with the committee. I'm the chairman and there is one girl representing every section of the orchestra. We meet once a month; they drag up all their problems and grievances and we find the solution. Since we make them, they can't kick about them. "The girls always wear a uniform costume on stage; the preference is white. And they always try to look like simple girls—no sophisticates allowed. They can't wear any earrings, accessories, upswept coiffures or pompadours. On their personal dates they can dress pretty much as they please, but whenever they appear together, they can't wear anything or do anything that would offend if multiplied by 35. Imagine 35 sets of jangling bracelets, for in- let them try out before the committee. If'they play as well as the one who is playing the featured solo in the instrument, they get a chance to alternate with her. The other day we tried out a girl who seemed as good as the girl we were featuring, so we gave her a chance. But when she stood to play in public she was so nervous her instrument shook like a leaf. The rest of us were nervous wrecks, just watching her. So she'll have to wait a while before she tries it again —but she'll try it again and she will probably make it." —o— Panhellenic Dance Date Is Announced Dec. 28 was set as the date fo the Panhellenic .Christmas danc at a meeting of the Panhelleni association Tuesday afternoon a Music of Early Centuries Performed During Meeting At the Surprise Low Price of the Year ONLY $1995 PLUS FED. TAX iu* rfcM. inn - •««•• '' ^ mm no «-! *•' / great for. i gift • Brows perfeet coffee every time! • Turns itself en—turns itself down! • Keeps coffee piping-hot'til neededl • All electriel All automatic! No switches or buttons to setl ;• All-metal and stain-re*istant... compliment* your fine silverware! • Brews full 2 to 8 cups! • Hand/cup markings inside andeutl •> Speedierl Hot cbffee from cold .,, watermiominuteii Pay Only $1 Per Week * IOWA TEA CO. 29 E. State 1 ^i i S»» the n«w Cory "Cuiforfl \ Automatic CoK«» Br«w«r — \ " In luxury chrom* V $ 28 SO . fius FED. IH The bride was given in. marriage by her father and wore a white satin and chantilly lace gown with a jewelry neckline of satin, a lace bodice and a 5-foot train. A seed peafl tiara in oak leaf design held her illusion veil which was bordered wtih scalloped chantilly. She carried her white prayerbook with an arrangement of orchids and stephanotis tied with white satin streamers. The bridesmaids had identical gowns of ice blue slipper satin with jewelry necklines of net, puffed sleeves and bouffant skirts. Their bonnets were of sheer net and they had matching mitts. They carried colonial bouquets of yellow mums, rosebuds and pompons. The matron of honor was costumed similarly in autumn rose Lu<cien LeLong Perfumes and Colognes WATCHES green suit with black accessories. Both had gardenia corsages. A reception for 100 guests was given at the Adams home, 680 East State, following the ceremony. The bride's table was centered with a 4-tier wedding cake surrounded by huckleberry and pink roses. Mrs. Francis Darland and Mrs. Laurence. Behm presided at the reception table. Mrs. Jean Jacobs, grandmother of the bride, and Mrs. Peter Graf, mother of the bridegroom, served the cake. Mary Jansen was in charge of the guestbook and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tansen, the gifts. After a wedding trip to Chicago, .he couple will be at home in Mason City. For going away, she wore a cinnamon suit and accessories and an orchid corsage. She is employed at the United Home Bank and Mr. Graf at Deckers. Both are graduates of Holy Family school. "Out of town guests at the ceremony were Mrs. Jean Jacobs, Mrs. Elmer Brandt and Cecil Adams, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Berton Andrus and children, Petsy and Bruce, Grimes: Mrs. O. S. Graf, St. Paul; Mrs. O. G. Harmon, Faribault; Mr. and Mrs. Becklend, and Mrs. Virgil Ekbom, St. Paul. The bride was complimented at several showers before her marriage, including parties given by Mrs. Wallace Feig, Mrs. Frank Jansen, Mrs. Francis Darland and Mrs. Laurence Behm. "The girls live in apartments— 2 or 3 to an apartment—and they form their own groups of friends within the orchestra. Dates? If a girl meets a man and wants to date with him, she has to lay all the facts she knows about him before the committee. If the committee doesn't like what they hear about him—if he drinks too much, for instance—they and that settles that, prove of him and the girl is young her roommate generally goes out with them for the first few times. After that, if everything is all right, the girl can keep her dates alone. "There is another important problem—the girls who want to the home of Mrs. F. J. Olson, 80 Crescent drive. The dance committee includes Mrs. Tom MacNider, chairman, Mrs. Joseph Hamilton, Mrs. Kenet Pearce, Mrs. Ray dough, Jr., Mrs. J. B. Youngbloqd, Jr., Mrs. Paul McAuley and Mrs. Leslie Boomhower. Mrs. R. B. Gray presided at the meeting. Yearbooks prepared by Mrs. W. J. Jones, were distributed. It was announced that all members of collegiate Greek letter sororities are eligible to belong to the association and will be welcome at the meetings held on the first Tuesday of'each month. The next meeting will be at the home, of Mrs. Kenet Pearce with Mrs. Hamilton as chairman. Luncheon preceded the meeting with Mrs. M. E. Clayburg as chairman, Mrs. C. L. Dickerson, Mrs. Kenneth Neu, Mrs. W. B. Hathorn, Mrs. Frank Pearce, Mrs. George Tice and Mrs. Olson on the committee. Bridge was played during the afternoon. Music of the early centuries he subject of the first lesson for *roup 1 at a meeting of Matinee Vlusicale Tuesday afternoon at the Tirst Congregational church . fol- owing a luncheon. Voice, cello, organ .._ numbers were given by Mrs. R. E. Patton, Mrs. Earl Dean 5 Mrs. B. Raymond Weston and Mrs. D. A. Lichty. Miss Mildred Jackson discussed pre-classicism with Bach as the focal point of her outline. The first source of Bach's greatness was the music of the early church and the 2nd, the development of secular folk music and art song, according to the speaker who said no greater master of any art springs into being without the accumulated greatness of his predecessors. Mrs. Weston presented the first group of numbers with Mrs. M. E. Laird as accompanist, singing 'With Amorous Heart" by .de Francesco Durante and Guiseppe Giordan! were performed by Mrs. Lichty, cellist, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Wolf. ! In the final group were 4, Bach and piano nurn bers, "Moderate in C Minor" la Halle, "O Beautiful Month of May" by Wolkenstein. "Ah, Could I But Conquer Love" by Milan, "Immortal Eyes" by Caccini, "Have You Seen But a White Lillie Grow," (C. 1200-1600) and "Sebben Crudele" by Caldara and "O Cessate di Piagarmi" by Scar- latti (1600 to 1725). Four numbers from a group of "12 Arie Antiche," those by Marco Antonio Cesti, G. Pergolesi, from "Loth Harpsichord Concerto," i'Prelude No. 2 in D Minor," "Prelude in B Flat" from "Harpsichord Preludes" and "Praeludium No. 6," played by Mrs. R. E. Patton, organist, and 2 groups of or- k gan and piano duos played by Mrs. Patton and Mrs. Earl Dean. Selections included "The Chorale" from "Cantata No. 147" and "Aria" from "Pentecost Cantata" by Bach. "Melodie" from "Orpheus" by Gluck, "Angels Ever Bright and Fair" by Handel and "The Violet" by Mozart. t INSPECTION PLANNED r AT W. R. C. MEETING C. H. Huntley post No. 72, Women's Relief Corps, met at the Labor temple Tuesday with Mrs. Hugh Stevens presiding. It was voted to give to the Community. Chest. The president announced inspection for the next regular meeting with Mrs. Mary Smith of Belmond in charge. A luncheon will be given in her honor. The next social meeting will be Oct. 18. Money Savers for Home Sewing , .. IS THE TIME! Yes, if you are planning to do some sewing for Christmas . . . for Winter . . . for School . . . now is the time. And if you want to choose your materials from a wide selection of patterns, at tremendous savings, then do your shopping now. PLAID TAFFETA Reg. 1.59 yd. CHECKED SHARKSKIN . .Reg. 1.39 yd. WASHABLE PRINTED CREPE Reg. 1.19 yd. WASHABLE FLAT CREPE. Reg. 1.19 yd. YOUR CHOICE FAILLE Reg. 1.98 yd. FAILLE CREPE Reg. 1.98 yd. BENGALINE Reg. 1.98 yd. 39" WIDTH — YOUR CHOICE YD. FLANNELETTE Printed cotton flannel, dainty and so soft. For children or for adults. 36 inches wide. WHITE OUTING Pink or Blue. 27 inches wide. ALSO MANY WOOLEN SPECIALS The FABRIC C 5 yards $ 1 219 NORTH FEDERAL Social Calendar •THURSDAY Tyr club— 12:30, Cerro Gordo hotel. Sorosis club— 1, luncheon, Adams Tea room. History club— 1, Mrs. W. Earl Hall, Clear Lake cottage. Athenian club— 1, luncheon, Hotel Cerro Gordo. T. C. club— 1, Eadmar hotel. East State Street club— 1, Mrs. Charles Gasswinl, Clear Lake. Wesley W. S. C. S.— 1:30, circle I, Mrs. B. O. Erickson, 19 24th S. W.; circle 2, Mrs. Kenneth Roth. 1207 S. Fenn.; circle 3, Mrs. Victor Swarlz, rural route 3; circle 4, Mrs. W. B. Hendrickson, 217 20lh S. E.; circle 5, Mrs. E. R. Rosburg, rural route 1. 7:30, circle 6, Mrs. R. W. Triplett, 16 14th S. E.; circle 7, Mrs. Rudy Bey, rural route 4. Portland W. C. T. C.— 2, Mrs. Calvin Pippert Past Noble Grands— 2, I. O. O. F. hall. R. N. A. Social circle— 2, Labor hall, public caret party. Trinity Ladies aid— 2, church parlors. Grace Evangelical church ladies aid group 1 — 2 Mrs. Clint Molt, 617 S. Wash. 8, group 3, Mrs. L. R. Birch, 5 IS llth N. E. Baptist church circle 5— 2, Mrs. John Dougall, Cook apts., Mrs. Kimery, hostess. Hanford Ladies aid— 2, Mrs. Clara Johnson. First Covenant church ladies aid auxiliary— 2, church. Grant P. T. A. board— 2, Grant school. Immanuel circle 1— 2:30, Mrs. George M. Nelson, 135 23rd S. W. First Christian Fellowship— 6:20, church. B. P. W. club— 7, Hotel Hanford, board, 8, general. Rainbow Mothers club— 7:30, Mrs. R. B. Gray, 1113 4th S. W. Baptist Y. W. A.— 7:30, Mrs. Gilbert Davisson, 17 14 th N. E. Bethlehem Walther league— 7:45, church .social room. Energetic class— Congregational church. St. Cecilia circle— 8, Mrs. J. A. Lampe, 507 »th S. E. MaJuanvtte So Timely So Right FINNIGAN-MARIAN WEDDING PLANNED Ionia — The bans of marriage in St. Boniface Patricia Marian, and Mrs. Day were published $£98 S^X daughter of Mi- Marian, and Patrick Finnigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Finnigan, Electrolux Fits so smartly into the fashion picture for the new season and yet designed for your special needs . . . Rayon Jigger Faille with large rakish collar and link button trim . . . Black, brown, * forest green. SALES AND SERVICE O. A. BUECHLE Phone 5870-J or write 910 6th Street S. E. be featured on the programs. We DR. W. C. GRAINGER Easy Snap Adjustment C H ! RO P RACTO R 6 North Washington Mason City, Iowa WEDGE avorite BROWN BLACK

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