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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 5, 1949
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.. 10 Oct. 4. 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. * Woman's Cub.Board Makes Pans for First of Meetings WEDDING ANNOUNCED— Miss Marjorie Yutt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yutt of Low Point. 111., was married Sept. 14 in St. Mary's church at Metamora, 111,, to Francis L. Blanchet, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Blanchet of Ventura, the Rev. Francis Druehe, O. F. M., officiating at the nuptial mass. Carroll Volz was soloist and Mrs. Frank KirchgeSsner, organist. ' In the wedding party were Miss Joan Meister, bridesmaid; Janie Stenzel, niece of the bridegroom, flowergirl; Leiand Klein, bestman, and Ray and William Ruder, ushers. A reception was held in St. Mary's hall during the evening. The couple left on a wedding trip to Colorado and will be at home near Ventura. The bride formerly was employed in the auditing .department of the Peoria Newspapers, Inc. ST. HELENA'S CIRCLE MEETS AT SWEENEYS St. Helena's circle met at the home of Mrs. Barney Sweeney Monday evening with Mrs. L. A. Loterbour arid Mrs. J. C. Alcorn assisting. Two new members were added to the circle, • Mrs. B. J. Tracy and Mrs. . Elmo Kramer. After the business meeting, a social hour was held with prizes going to Mrs. J. A. Lemker and Mrs. Ray Berkland. Mrs. Margaret Hickey was a guest. Women Voters 'Board Hears State Reports , Arrangements for conducting the annual finance drive of the League of Women Voters were discussed at a board meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hughes Bryant, 928 Pennsylvania N. E. Members who attended the state presidents meeting and the state board meeting reported on the sessions. In the group were Mrs. Marvin Wolter, Mrs. Nate Levinson, Mrs. Donald Lambie, Mrs. W. B. Hathorn and Mrs. L. W. Swanson. Mrs. Wolter is a state board member and gave an account of the state board meeting. Observance of UN day, Oct. 24, was considered. The churches are marking UN week, Oct. 23 with special services and the League has been invited to attend the First Methodist services at 10:45. Announcement was made of the group meetings which are beginning this week, the evening group Tuesday at the home of Mrs. J. V Corrough, the east group Thursday morning at the home of Mrs Fred Andresen and the west group Friday morning at the home of Mrs. L. N. McPherren. "The Challenge of World Trade" is the tehme, based on the w.ork of the International Trade organization. JOYCE KILMER CLUB MEETS FOR DINNER Joyce Kilmer club opened its year with dinner at the Decker room of the Y. W. C. 'A., Monday. Decorations and entertainment centered around a "School Days" theme. 55th Anniversary Is Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. John Kelroy celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary with a family dinner a the Mason City Country club Guests included Mr. and Mrs Elias Kelroy and daughter, Pat Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Russell, Mike Kelroy, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kelroy, Miss Margaret Kelroj and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kelroy ST. ELIZABETH CIRCLE MEETS St. Elizabeth circle met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Luverne Herzog, 1209 Pennsylvania S. E., with Mrs. Jack Herzog and Mrs. K. Larson assisting. There were 18 present. It was decided to have a school lunch on Oct. 12 at St. Joseph's. Games were played and refreshments were served by the hostesses. TO MAKE HOME IN MASON CITY—Candlelight and palms provided the setting for the marriage of Ramona Winders, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Winders, 1412 Pennsylvania S. E., and Lloyd Christensen, son of Mrs. Jessie Christensen, Mason City, performed by the Rev. C. A. Hinz who read the sin-* gle ring ceremony. M r s. Hinz played nuptial music including the traditional wedding marches. Donald Miller sang "The Lord's Prayer." James. Winders, brother of the bride, gave her in maiTiage and she was gowned in brocaded satin with a court train. Her fingertip veil was held by a braided satin and pearl tiara and she wore a triple strand of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried white roses centered with a gardenia. The maid of honor was Gerline Winders, sister of the bride, and New Members to Be Given 'Recognition Woman's club board members made plans for welcoming new members at the first general meeting of the year, next Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 in the First Methodist church, at a session Tuesday morning in .the Administration building. John W. Vandercook, author and radio commentator, will be the speaker, discussing "Is the Marshall Plan Working," at the first meeting, according to Mrs. L. T. Oldham, program chairman. Mrs. B. Raymond Weston will be the soloist. A report was made on the adult education survey conducted by the Woman's club board by Mrs. Don FitzGerald. Departmental plans were reported by chairmen, Mrs. T. G. Peterson announcing that the religious emphasis department will bring Doctor Louis Bultina, Iowa State Teachers college, for a talk. Russell Photo jyi rSi R ay Whorley reported that EUY OF THE YEAR IN ftQOR COVERIN6S WANT YOUR MON£Y$ WORTH IN QUAUTY... IN, 0gAUTY../lN WEAR f SEE. CONGOteuM 9 THIS MINUTE i IT <&IV£5 YOU THE- SEASONS $M/\R7E5T PATTfeRN5 Jp^^* FDR EVERY ROOM. IT <SIVE$ YOU THE 601-0 SEAL GUARANTEE ^l OF 5AT- . (SFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK. AND (T&IV&S * . ^ YOU THAT WONDERFUL, WONDERFUU SERYIC^ THANK5 TD A W6*AR-LAYER OF HEAT-ToUSHENED PAINT AND BAKEp ENAMEJ- PG?UAU IN THICKNESS To 8 COAT5 ^fir^^rr^^^^rvai^^i^^^^i^r^^ ^>l> THE- BEST* FkOOR flMNT APPUED -0Y* HAN D! AT YC?UR^ COVERING DEAUERS NOW S. CONGOUUM-NA1RN INC., Keamy, N. J. <8 I94»" the bridesmaids, Mrs. Henry Winders and Mrs. Robert Heston. They were gowned in orchid, teal blue and blue and carried like bouquets of gold roses and mums. The flowergirl, Jerree McCoy, liece of the bridegroom, wore white organdy over aqua satin and carried a colonial bouquet of /ellow roses. The ringbearer, ienneth Eichmann, nephew of the 3ride, carried the ring on a white satin and blue net pillow. John Christensen'was his brother's bestman and'Henry Winders, Robert Heston, Alec., and Jake Eickmann were ushers. Mrs. James Winders, who lighted, the candles, was gowned in blue and had a corsage of red roses -and yellow mums. The mothers of the bride and bridegroom, were attired in black with matching accessories and had corsages of red' roses and yellow mums. A reception followed in the church parlors with about 80 guests present. Mrs. Oliver McCoy was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. John Christensen and Mrs. Alec Eichmann were the hostesses. Following a trip to Omaha, the couple will be at home at 1412 Pennsylvania S. E. For going away, the bride wore a grey wool suit with black accessories anci had a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Christensen attended the Mason City schools and is employed at the Kresge store. Mr. Christensen attended Mason City schools and is employed at Fret- tern's dairy. Out of town guests were Mrs. W. R. Winders, M r s. Francis Brown and daughters, Patricia and Francis, of Boonc, Mr. and Mrs. George Dahlman, Mr. and Mrs. John Ennen, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Liverca of Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kirkpatrick of Omaha, Nebr. —o— Amvet Auxiliary I Venetian Blinds Built to Fit Your Windows FREE INSTALLATION THE BLIND MAN Ph. 532S-J 524 N. Van Burei a workshop is being arranged by the outdoor life department, when' Woman's club members will be given assistance in making winter bouquets for their homes. Mrs. J. B. Youngblood, Jr., sketched the American Home department's plans for a meeting' at which a style show of clothes made by members and an exhibit of decorator materials will be featured. Purchase of materials for the art department's meeting was announced by Mrs. E. H. Wagner. The club voted a contribution to the Community Chest. Gerard Photo . WEDDING ANNOUNCED—Miss Doris Jeanne Rosenkild, 317 13th S. E., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosenkild became the bride of Rudy V. Alman, son of Mrs. Martha Alman, Central Heights, in a double ring ceremony read by the Rev. R. L. Williams at the First Christian church Sept. 29 at 8 p. m. The candlelight service was performed against a background of* ferns, palms and baskets of yellow and white mums. Small bouquets of yellow and white chrysanthemums tied with white bows marked the seats. Nuptial music was played by Helen Dunn, organist, and Edwin Helbling sang "Because," "I Love You Truly" Prayer." and ' "The Lord's Sew Club Meets Amvet auxiliary sewing club net at the home of Mrs. Cliff owe, 253 6th place S. E., Monday for a 1 o'clock luncheon and the time was spent playing games, gifts being presented to each person present. Five hundred prizes went to Airs. Bernice Lester and Mrs. Jim Love. Guests were Mmes. M. O. Loughlin, Ed Walter, H. T. Roberts, W. Kloberdanz, E. Nunn, J. Dawson, J. Kromer and J. Love. Hostesses .'were Mrs. Cliff Lowe, chairman, Mrs. H. Layman, Mrs. F. Norton and Mrs. H. Le%vis. During a short business meeting, Mrs. E. W. Lilley hospital chairman, distributed tea towels and quilt blocks to auxiliary members. The wool quilt blocks are to be crocheted and used for an afghan for a veterans hospital. Announcement was made of a business meeting at the Y.W.C.A. Oct. 10 at 7:45, a public card party at the Y.W.C.A. Oct. 17 at 7:45 and a party Oct. 26 at the Y.W.C.A. SCHOOL PRINCIPALS CONDUCT MEETING Elementary school principals met al the Cerro Gordo hotel Monday for luncheon. Miss Carrie Pfahler, president, was in charge and welcomed 2 new principals, Vernon Kirlin and Francis Maxwell. Miss Elvira Peterson, Secretary, reported all principals as members of the local, state and national organization. Meetings will be'held monthly and committees were named to work on projects. The next meeting will be Nov. 7. 'Beta Sigma Phi Has 'Reception for Members Thirty guests were entertained at a reception given by the Beta Sigma Phi sorority chapters in the Mirror room of the Hotel Hanford. A program on the scope of the sorority was presented, Miss Loretta Welsh talking on "International," Mrs. Leslie Slock, "Contests and Trips," Miss Mary Fitzgerald, Miss Betty 'Cultural Program," Burley, "Friendship VFLcuts dishwashin V ••• •• _ • i •*»• and Social Activities," Mrs. Fred 'j. Ebeling, "What Beta Sigma Phi Means to Young Women," Miss Janet Baird, "Social Activities," Miss Marcedes Balek, "International Honorary Members." Miss Burley, Miss Polly Heidenry, Miss Marion Weaver, vice president of the chapters, were on the escorting committee; Miss Wanda Pedelty, Miss Mabel Joy Prussia, Miss Jean Chehock and Miss Irene Thompson, serving; Miss Wanda Stanton, Miss Joan Moore and Miss Pat Larson, reception. Fifty members of the 4 chapters participating were present from Xi Mu, Alpha Chi, Beta Phi and Gamma Sigma. Miss Helen Meyer council president, and Miss Mindy Scott, international representative, were in charge. —o— Social Calendar TUESDAY Women's Catholic Foresters— 7:30, K. C. Hall. Unity chapter No. 58, O. E. S.— 7:30, Masonic temple. Guesho club— 7:30, Mrs. Elmer Olson, 409 6th S. W. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Immanuel Martha society— 8, Barbara Murray, 501 S. Jer- time in half! Dishes, ghssware g/eam without w/p/ng Dread dirty dishes ? Let Vel do the job ! Vel saves up to half your dishwashing time ; cleans dishes cleaner than soap , . . yet is easy on your hands! With this great, new soapless suds made by Colgate-Palmolive-Peet, all you do is wash and rinse! Vel leaves no soap scum ... no streaky film to polish away! Dishes — even glassware — dry sparkling clear without ^o^ping.' The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of candlelight satin with yoke and sleeves of imported French chantilly lace. Her floor length veil of illusion was held by a Juliet cap of pearls and a tiara of stephanotis and lace. She carried white carnations centered by an orchid and her jewelry was a 3- strand pearl necklace, gift from the bridegroom. Miss Olga Alman, sister of the bridegroom, served as maid of honor, Miss Maryann Witwer of Greene, bridesmaid, and Rosemary Rosenkild, sister of the bride, as junior bridesmaid. All wore dresses of ninon and lace ovei satin in pastel blue, yellow and pink, with matching picture hats and colonial bouquets. Judy and Harriet Rasmussen of Atlantic, flowergirl and train bearer, wore white and pink ninon with picture hats to match and wrist corsages of pink rosebuds and baby breath. The candlelighters, Helen Broadbent and Dixie McSweeney were attired in pink and blue. Douglas McKee carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Bill Alman was his brother's bestman and the ushers were Jack Burke and Dean Huff. The bride's mother wore a black crepe dress with a bodice of black lace over pink marquisette and the bridegroom's mother had a black silk print dress with black accessories. Both had corsages of red roses, white glads- and mums. After the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors for 150. The 3-tier wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom, was cut by Mrs. Paul Barclay. Mrs. Max Deweese and Mrs. Ward Beery of Waukon poured. Beverly Hansen, Joan Berry and Marrio Phalen assisted with serving. The bride's parents were celebrating their 20th anniversary on the same date and also had a 3- tiex-ed anniversary cake. Mrs. Robert Ludlow, Jr.^ was in charge of the guest book and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Birch were honorary hosts at the reception. In charge of the reception were Mrs. R. E. Robertson, Mrs. Donald Watts, Mrs. LeRoy McKee, Mrs. Harry Russell, Mrs. Charles Seidel and Mrs. Neil Garrison. Mrs. J. C. Dickinson assisted the bridal party at the church. Out of town guests included] Mrs. Andrew Rosenkild of Audu- Vlmes. Seymour Angel, Donald Watts, Harry Russell, E. J. Koser, >Jeil Garrison, Charles Seidel and LeRoy McKee gave a shower for the bride at the Robertson home. Mrs. Noel DeWitt, assisted by Joy and Flossie Farrer and Berniece Reynolds, gave a shower for the bride at the home of her parents. The bride is a graduate.of At- (lantic high school and attended Mason City junior college. Mr. AAUW Branch ' Hears Report of Convention Miss Amy Steffen reported on the national convention of . the American Association of University Women at a meeting of the , Mason City branch Monday evening at the Y. W, C. A. Miss Steffen showed a film strip of scenes from the convention which was held in Seattle this summer, with the theme, "Crossing New Frontiers." She discussed the membership changes brought about by difficulties with the Washington, D. C., branch over restrictions placed on membership, so that now any woman who is a graduate ot an approved school may become a member. Miss Steffen reported on the^ talk by Judge Kenyon who gave 3 tests for democratic government: • Is -there political freedom, are citizens free to think lor themselves •-" and is there fundamental freedom for all. Results of a survey made of A. A. U. W. members were revealed ' at the convention, showing that less than 7 per cent of all members have never been employed, that they desire education for women to be broader and to develop more specific skills. A talk by Mary. Agnes Hamilton of the British Information Service was reported as well as various other events of the convention including a trip to the;Pehthouse theater. Miss Helen. Miller presided at the meeting and plans were made ,for a trip to Hampton to attend a meeting there Oct. 19. Mrs. L. V. Lee reported on membership. Miss Janet Baird, program chairman, distributed yearbooks. Refreshments were served by the committee: Miss Helen Fullerton, Mrs. Melvin Evans, Miss Viola Hennrich, Helen Thomas and Phyllis Seymour. —o— HALLOWEEN PARTY PLANNED BY GROUP Mason City and surrounding towns j: Plans are underway for the Halloween party to be given by the senior students of St. Joseph Mercy school of nursing Oct. 31. Miss Mavis Olson is general chairman and will be assisted by Misa Theresa Lamm of Dumont and Miss Edna Robison of Garner. Alman is a graduate of Mason City high school and junior college. He served with the armed forces in Italv 2 years and is now employed by the P. G. & E. The couple will live at 221 8th S. E. —o— Leader Course Classes Start Forty Girl Scout leaders from attended the first of a series of training meetings on group leadership held Monday the Y, W. C. A. evening at The course will be continued on Oct. 10, 17 and 24, and certificates will be awarded to those completing the training. Leaders were present from Ackley, Sheffield, Iowa Falls, Hampton, Forest City, Rake, Belmond, Parkersburg, St. Ansgar, Garner, Osage and Mason City. Mrs. Howard Lang, Clear Lake, volunteer trainer, and Mrs. Carl E. Fick, executive director for Mason City, are conducting the course. I IT'S SPIRIN AT ITS BEST Fast, dependable. World's largest^ seller at lOc. 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Vel cuts through grease faster, more completely than soap; yet leaves no greasy- reel Ing dishwater ... no dlshpan ring! *VEL It lh« trade-mark of the Colu»t«-P»lmolU«-Pe«l Company. sey. Holy Family Guild circle— 8, Mrs. W. J. Quinn, 808 10th N. E. Women's Labor auxiliary— 8, Labor hall. WEDNESDAY Christian church group 4— 10, Mrs. L. V. McKee, 727 N. Carolina. D. A. R.— 1, luncheon, Mrs. Raymond Coe, Kensett. e P. T. A. school of instruction— 1:30, Y. M. C. A. Legion Auxiliary—• 1:30, Legion hall. Women of the Moose— 2, Moose hall, public card party. P. E. O. chapter I. Y.— 2, Y. W. C. A. P. E. O. chapter I. W.— 2, Y. W. C. A- Trinity Band circle I — 2, Mrs. Oscar Eliason, 516 15th S. E. P. E. O. chapter G. N.— 2. Y. W. C. A. Bethlehem Naomi circle— 2, Mrs. Edward Gruben, Portland, rural. Bethlehem Tabitha circle— Mrs. Ralph Marker, 120 13th N. E. Social Hour club— •* 2, Mrs. Glen McEachran. Central Lutheran church N. E. group— 2:30, Mrs. L. Eggcrt, 607 3rd N. E. Q JT UNIVERSAL MOTHERS CLUB STARTS YEAR Universal Mothers club began its year's activities with a luncheon al the home of Mrs. C. L Payne, Monday. Mmcs. M. D Kubicek, H. B. Major, A. V. Clapper, James Allen, K. O. Myli, L E. Valentine and L. W. Kornbaum were assisting hostesses. A contribution for the Community Chest w a s voted. Mrs. Dayle Kretzinger gave devotions and Mrs. Kubicek reviewed "Happilj Ever After" by Hartzcll Spence. bon, grandmother of the bride; Vlrs. Gilbert Wallen of lola, Kanas, great great aunt of the bride, 3onald Allen of Allison, Mrs. Charlotte Rorbeck of Harlan, Mrs. Vlorris Rosenkilde and daughter, Vlrs. Margaret Evenson of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hardy UK! Lillian Schumacker of Hamp- on, Helen Maier of Dumont, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Berry, LeRoy and oan of Waukon, Mr. and Mrs. Damon Woodberry of Charles City. Vlrs. Reiner Rasmussen, Judy and •larriet, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence etter of Atlantic, Mr. and Mrs. 3rover Rosenkild and son of »Vashington. 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