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8 Oct. 3, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason Clly, la. Sch oo nstruction Is Planned by Parent-Teache 41 - - -- - -- — • — '" '•'•-'• .- r Counci TO WED IN OSAGE— Mr. and Mrs. Leland Leach, Floyd, announce the engagement and the approaching marriage of their daughter, Vivian, to Kenneth Hoisington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vere Hoisington, Orchard. Vows will be exchanged at 8:00 p.m., Oct. 9 at the First Congregational church, Osage. The* couple is to be at home in an apartment on the parental Hoisington farm. The bride-elect was graduated from the Orchard high school, and has been employed at the Cedar Valley Produce, and is now at the Marr Knitting Mills, where she will continue. Mr. Hoisington was graduated from the Floyd high school, and has been engaged in farming. NEW HARDING SCHOOL TEACHERS HONORED Five new teachers and the principal of Harding school were honored Tuesday, Sept. 27, with a dinner at the Mason City country club by the 8 returning teachers at Harding school. A social followed the dinner during which the group played bingo. The new teachers entertained were Miss Donna Muench, Mrs. Mildred Wistey, Miss Margaret Hogan,. Miss Vivian Zack, and Louis Fitzgerald, and Mrs. Blanche Skovlin, principal of Harding. Mrs. Louis Fitzgerald was a special guest. Sunday School •P.T.A Meeting Is Conducted Sunday school P. T. A. meeting was held at the Central Lutheran church Sunday afternoon at 4 with 40 in attendance. The Rev. M. O. Lee led the group in prayer and there was community singing. Stanley Rive- dal, superintendent o£ the Sunday school, welcomed the* group and stressed the need for co-operation between parents and the Sunday school. He outlined objectives obtained and discussed plans for the future. A short program by some of the children demonstrated the types of work done during the year. Carolyn Vail, accompanied by Mrs. Leslie Snyder, sang one of the beginners' songs. Two numbers were given by the primary classes. Carol Hakenholz gave a recitation and Tommy O'Fallon took part in a Bible drill. Several numbers came from the junior classes. Eileen Hutchinson, Mary Coloff and Gracie Sul- teen had memory work, and Raymond. Johnson, a resume of "Some Things We Have Learned in Sun day School." Mary Witte and Ronald Hanson each gave a study review of their lessons for the year. Work done during the year was on display. A social hour followed. Refreshments were donated by some of the parents and served by Mrs. Leslie Snyder, Miss Beverly Hanson and Mrs. Alvin Hanson. Miss Ann Landin and Mrs. L. C. Vail were in charge of the program. Miss Lorna Hanson and Mrs. Alma Palm were on the publicity committee. Afton Smith to Give Talk During Meeting Mason City Council of Parent- Teacher associations will conduct a school' of instruction Wednesday at 1:30 at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Allen Patton is president of the council and has announced that there will be discussion groups for the various chairmen and officers. Miss Afton Smith, assistant professor of parent education service of the State University of Iowa, will be the speaker of the afternoon and will conduct the discussion for the Parent Education chairman. Her talk will be followed by discussions conducted in various committee and officer groups. TO WED ON OCT. 16—Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Kellogg, 716 Monroe N W., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth Jean to Edwarcl Raila, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Raila of East Norwalk, Conn. The wedding will take place in East Norwalk on Oct. 16. Lucien LeLong Perfumes and Colognes WATCHES MiardJ* DIAMONDS —o— EAST STATE STREET CLUB PLANS MEETING East State Street club will have its first meeting of the year Thursday when a 1 o'clock potluck will be held at the Clear Lake cottage of Mrs. Charles Gasswint. Hostesses will be Mrs. Gasswint, Mrs. Les Birkholz, Mrs. H. N. Jacoby, Mrs. A. J. Rhutasel and Mrs. G. E. Hawkins. Mrs. C. F. Weaver and Mrs. Harry Van Eassen are in charge of the program. Mrs. F. C. Heneman is the club president, Mrs. W. H. Rees, vice president and Mrs. Charles Kraft, secretary-treasurer. Electrolux SALES AND SERVICE O. A. BUECHLE Phone 5870-J or write 910 6th Street S. E. 63rd Wedding Anniversary Is Celebrated Mrs. T. M. Wheeler, assisted by Mrs. Raymond Wheeler, both of Dows, entertained 28 relatives at a dinner Sunday at the Wheeler farm home, honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fulk of Plymouth on their 63rd wedding anniversary. The anniversary date is Oct. 6 and a gift of money was presented to the couple. Their children with their husbands and wives present wei'e Mr. and Mrs. John Dennis of Rock Falls, Mr.' and Mrs. Ira Fulk of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. T. M Wheeler of Dows, Mr. and Mrs Ray Fulk of Mason City. One son Roy Fulk of Osceola,- Ind., was unable to attend. Grandchildren present were Mr and Mrs. George Falk of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wheeler, Dows, Mr. and Mrs George Keeton and Mr. and Mi- Richard Alexandres, Mason City, Margaret Ann Fulk, Iowa Falls. There were 7 great grandchildren, Roger, Douglas, Mary and Margaret Wheeler, Dows, Nile Kinnick Falk, Des Moines, Stephen Richard Alexandres, and Barbara Keeton, Mason City, and i nephew, Ray Disney and Mrs. Disney, Mason City. MISS MARY JENSEN HONORED AT PARTY Miss 'Mary Jensen who will be married on Nov. 11 to John Mentink was honored at a miscellaneous shower given as a surprise at her home, 915 llth N. E. Thirty- five guests gathered there and hostesses were Mrs. William McKee, Mrs. Lee Tevis, Mrs. Marion Caldwell and Mrs. Harry Detweiler. A yellow and green color scheme was carried out in the refreshments and decorations. BANNS FOR MARRIAGE ARE ANNOUNCED Spillville—Banns for the forthcoming marriage of Martin Ludwig of Spillville and Alice Stapleton o£ Milwaukee were made pub- lis this week. •'Little Theater 'Radio Play Is Set for KGLO Little Theater of the Air, the radio department of the Mason City Little Theater, will present its first production of the 194950 season, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock over KGLO. Dan Palen, director of the show, has chosen a comedy drama, '•Skin Deep," for the opener. Featured in the cast are Diann Krall, Beverly Griffin, Lafe Stueland, Byron Boos, Don Harrer and Jim Kelso. Try outs for succeeding radio productions will be held at 8:30 Tuesday, immediately following "Skin Deep." Persons interested in radio work may try out at this time, as well as those who have appeared in Little Theater radio plays previously. —o— Luther League Officers Named Luther League of the Immanuel Lutheran church held its monthly meeting on Sunday evening with 19 members present. After the election of officers, the group went on a treasure hunt and then returned to the church for Halloween stunts and suffleboard. Officers elected were Norma McEachran, president; Patty Fields, vice president; Betty Gray, secretary; Sharon Brown, treasurer; Kayrl Lutcavish and Richard Allen, attendance committee. Miss Barbara Murray is the retiring president. Refreshments were served by Phyllis and Richard Allen. Lock Photo VOWS SPOKEN AT CHURCH—Miss Marjorie Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N H. Wood, 325 W. State and George Kallas, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wasicek, 142 28 S. W., were married Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in the First Congregational church with Dr. \Harding Room Mothers Make Year's Plans Mrs. Vernon Gashel, chairman of room mothers for the Harding school, held a meeting of the newly appointed room mothers at her home, 807 15th N. E., when plans for 3 parties for the children during the year were made. There will be Christmas, Valentine and May day parties. The room mothers are in charge of treats with the assistance of the other members. The P. T. A. membership drive is being conducted at Harding and Mrs. Howard Clearman is membership chairman. The first P. T. A. meeting at Harding will be Oct. 12 at 8 p. m. Room mothers are: Kindergar- • ten, Miss Marguerite Young, teacher; Mrs. B. E. Larson and Mrs, Howard Clearman, mothers: . first grade, Mrs. Laila Hall and Miss Nellie Fahnestock, teachers; Mrs. Harold McKenzy and Mrs. R. J. Fisher, mothers; 2nd grade, Miss Clara Sagen and Mrs. Nelle Mc- Roy C. Helfenstein officiating at* the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Earl Ehlers played a prelude of music preceding the ceremony, including favorite selections of the bride. Orchid mums, greenery and candles decorated the chancel. Mrs. Clair Thomas of Grinnell' and Miss Bonnie Vician, attired in green and rose, respectively, and carrying shirred taffeta muffs centered with a gardenia and having a shower of rainbow ribbons, lighted the candles. Miss Raleigh Levinson, junior bridesmaid, wore yellow, Miss Marlys Hohl of Milford, bridesmaid, blue, and Mrs. Gerald Zellar, matron of honor, white. All carried shirred taffeta muffs with gardenias and showers of rainbow ribbons. The bride's gown was of white nylon sheer over slipper satin and her veil a cap arrangement which had been worn by Mrs. Wayne Knutson of Solon at her wedding. For her "something old" she had an heirloom cameo laveliere which had been worn by her mother and her maternal grandmother. She carried her white Rainbow Bible on which was an arrange- while the couple knelt for I closing prayer, Doctor Helfenstein read "Our Wedding Prayer" as an organ recitative. As the wedding party left the chancel, the church bells were rung. The reception was held in the' church dining room. Mrs. Marguerite Letts and Mrs. Luceil Vician presided at the serving table and were assisted by Miss Melvina Letts and Miss Helen Gray. The table was in white with a loral centerpiece carrying out the Dride's pastel rainbow theme. Mrs. C. Porter Hubbard cut the wedding cake which was 3 tiered and topped with a yellow bell. Mrs. T. H. Walters and Mrs. Bruce Angell assisted in serving the cake. The bridal table was in white and centered with 2 lace hearts, greenery and candles. Miss Jean Owens of El wood had charge of the guest book and the gifts were arranged by Miss Phyllis Zemanek and Miss Helen Rollefson, assisted by Bill and Tom Vician. Hostesses were Demetra Pref- takes, Clarice Turk, Mrs. M. A. Schmidt, Mrs. N. T. DeWitt and Millan, teachers; Mrs. R. B. Davisson and Mrs. H. M. Hutchinson. mothers; 3rd, Miss Ruth Watts and Miss Donna Muench, teachers; Mrs. Frank Huntz, 'Mrs. Victor Mrs. Lloyd ,Mayo, Miss Viola' : Henn- and Mrs. Mildred Wistey, ment of 2 white orchids, ferns anc white ribbon showers, a gift of Miss Betty Bruns, flown here from Boston, Mass. The bridegroom had his cousin, Robert Vician as bestman and Clair Thomas of-Grinnell, Don Brooking and Orville Templeton as ushers. Following the exchange of vows, ( ( EXTRAORDINARY CDAT EVENT~] Mrs. John Morris. After a short trip, the couple will be at home at 411 2nd S. W. Mrs. Kallas wore navy blue with navy accessories and an orchid corsage for going away. Guests were present from Spokane, Wash., Missouri Valley, Clarion, Iowa Falls, Radcliffe, Waterloo, Independence, Traer, Toledo, Plymouth and Austin. , teachers; Mrs. Robert Dallas and Mrs. L. Q. Brictson, mothers; 5th, Louis Fitzgerald and Miss Margaret Hogan, teachers; Mrs. E. P. Ruszat and Mrs. John Phelan, mothers; • 6th, Miss Vivian Zack and Miss Myrtle Prestin, teachers; Mrs. Volney Hansen and Mrs. W. R. Fisher, mothers. Mrs. Blanche Skovliu is principal. LWV EVENING GROUP TO HAVE MEETING The evening group of the League of Women Voters will have its first meeting Tuesday evening at 8 at the home of Mrs. J. V. Corrough, 1124 2nd S. W. The International Trade organization will be studied and slides will be shown. • PAIN in the back, hip or leg is often caused by displacement of one or all the bones forming the pelvis. >i / o •V.T.*a>: - W&iV- $$%•* *^* "ijy <, •"^" £}*•>»?, W Social Calendai MONDAY Joyce Kilmer club— 6:30, dinner, Y. W. C. A. A. A.' U. W.— 7, Y. W. C. A. Girl Scout leaders— 7:30, Y. W. C. A. First Christian church laymen's league— 7:30, church. TUESDAY Woman's club board— 9:30, Administration building. W. R. C.— 2, Labor hall. High School Instrumental Music Mothers— 2, Music hall. Bethlehem Esther circle— Mrs. Minnie Clark, Clear Lake, rural. Bethlehem Elizabeth circle— Mrs. Fred Eichmann, rural. 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. ' Wa-Tan-Ye— 12, Hotel Cerro Gordol Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, J. O. O. F. hall. Pan-Hellenic— 1, luncheon, bridge, .Mrs. F. J. Olson, 80 Crescent drive. Immanuel Martha society— 8, Barbara Murray, 501 S. Jersey. Holy Family Guild circle— 8, Mrs. W. J: Quinn, 808 10th N. E. We specialize in Correcting These and Other Spinal Displacement*. DRS. R. J. and LUCY E. GARNER CHIROPRACTORS 706 North Federal Phone 1087 NATIONALLY ADVIKTISED Styles sketched-just 2 from a beautiful group. LOOK AT THESE tUXURY FURS: LOOK AT THESE SUPERB FABRICS:' 0MINK •ALL WOOL BROADCLOTH • MUSKRAT •Nubby-texture WOOL TWEED' • SQUIRREL • MOUTON LOOK AT THESE FASHION DETAILS: FITTED or FLARE BACK STYLES, SHAWL OR TUNNEL COLLARS...YOKE OR TIE EFFECTS Feast your eyes on these COAT BEAUTIES! Cer ti fied, $59. 75 and $69.75 Values--during this special COAT EVENT, they're, tagged a low $49.75 EVERY COAT is lavished with luxurious Fur trims — the same as you admired oh much higher-priced coats! EVERY GOAT is tailored of 1002 Wool. EVERY COAT boasts Newest Tashion design! Give your Budget aBreak--NOW--at the Start-of-the-Season when you'11 get a wh'ole winter of'elegant wear from your coat. WINE..GREEN..BEIGE..GREY Size* 10 to 18. $19.75 11» MISS IONA BAILEY IS GIVEN SHOWER .. ,. Miss lona Bailey was honored at a miscellaneous shower given at the Willis Harris residence, 923 8th N. E., Saturday with 16 guests present. Games were played, prizes going to Mrs. Wilma Larson, Miss LaVonne Golbuff and Mrs. L. O. Allen. Hostesses were Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Jack Posh- usta. Gifts were presented to Miss Bailey who will be married to Ralph Thomas on Oct. 16. KILL K ARE KLUB IS ENTERTAINED Kill Kare Klub met Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hanson, rural, and birthday cards were presented to Charles Bistline and Mr. Hanson. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Currier and son, Owen, Mrs. Ida Brunner and daughter, Mary. At. the close of the meeting, refreshments were served. —o— ALDINGER-PRICE Geneva—A Wedding took place at the Evangelical and Reformed church parsonage at Geneva Saturday morning when Bessie Price became the bride of Frank Aldinger. The Rev. W. J. Becker read the cere'nony. Maurice Aldinger carried the rings. The couple was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benning. Mr. and Mrs. Aldinger left on a wedding trip and will be at home on the farm after Oct. 8. Demure as an angel, our Little Miss Gage feather trim bonnet is fashioned of kitten-soft felt in black, brown and brilliant fall colors. $ 3.98 Fur Tarns and Caps 2.75 - 3.98 Fur Mittens .1.98 Fur Head Gears 2.98 26-28 East State ,

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