Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1949
Page 13
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Cornwell Is Speaker at Wa-Tan-Ye Wa-Tan-Ye club met for luncheon Tuesday noon at the Cerro •Gordo hotel. Miss. Ethel Miller acted as chairman in the absence of Mrs. \Yelland, the president. The^speaker at the meeting was Charles E. Cornwell, president of the United World Federalists of Mason City, who was' introduced by Miss Martha Eckhardt, program chairman. World government was the subject of Mr. Cornwell's address. The primary purpose of a world govern- how long have you wanted a fine ; imported .light .fixture r We Are Offering FIVE OF OUR SPLENDID CZECH CRYSTAL LIGHT FIXTURES — FINEST IN THE SELECTIONS — AT 50/0 'REDUCTION DON'T WAIT — MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF THESE BEAUTIFUL IMPORTS NOW. for those who vyant ' the finest ment, he said, is to keep the peace I and.unless we have a world federation of nations, with a government empowered to enact, interpret and enforce world law, and control armaments, a 3rd world war is inevitable. Such a government, he said, would have very much the same relation to the nations of the world as our own federal government has to the states of the union. Miss Loretta Welsh, finance chairman, announced that an auction will be held at the next meeting of the club. Each mambef is to bring an article to b£ sold to the highest bidder, the profits therefrom to go into the club treasury. JL JL SOCIETY NEWS + + GRADE TEACHERS CHORUS HAS PARTY AT LAKE Thirty members of the Mason City Grade Teachers Chorus held a party Tuesday night at the Clear Lake cottage of Miss Mildred. Jackson on the north shore. The dinner table was centered with a surprise birthday cake honoring Miss Jackson's birthday. Special guests included Miss Ethel Roberts, Miss Hazel Coon and Mrs. Mildred Drake. The evqning was spent informally. BUDGH THRILLER! TO WED IN'NOVEMBER—Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barker of Northwood announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Phyllis Ann, to Charles A. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradie B. Mitchell of Osage. The wedding will be at the First Methodist church Nov. 6. Sunday School Convention to Close Sessions The 2nd annual North Central Sunday school convention was scheduled to close its 2-day session here Wednesday night with a meeting in the Wedgewood room of Hotel Hanford, beginning at 7 p. m., when Lily Mae Hall, Win- MAY WEDDING REVEALED— Mrs. Abel Heitland, Glenville, Minn., and. R. J. McCauley, Swaledale, announce the marriage of their daughter, Madelyn, to Arnold Duitscher, son of Mrs. Mayme Duitscher, Clear Lake. The wedding took place May 21 in Albert Lea, Minn. The couple* is at home at Clear Lake. nebago, Minn., presenting a "Variety Half Hour." Scheduled speaker on the evening program was the Rev. Leroy McDowell, Mars Hill church, Indianapolis, Ind., on the subject, "Consecrating Ourselves to the Task." Wednesday was given over to sectional meetings dealing with the problems of Sunday school. The convention opened Tuesday evening with a banquet at Hotel Hanford with the Rev. Mervin Russell of Riceville as master of ceremonies. The address of / Year to Pay Gorgeous Cluster Diamond Ring Price Includes Fed. Tax and Ins. ONLY AT DANIELS DO YOU GET INSURED CLASSIFIED PERFECT DIAMONDS. 221 North Federal Ave. 1.1.r.i Cl.ill(l<4 Jewelry 102 North Federal it's smooth ... it's dry '••.. •" •.- ,,. --.V ?r.- -': TO: All Military Personnel Both Active and Inactive of World War 11 SUBJECT: DIAM OFFER HOW: 20% ^discount on all diamond rings and diamond sets and rings of all types, diamond or otherwise, for both the ladies and gents. By presenting credentials verifying service. By paying cash or credit or using our lay-away plan. WHEN: Until November 1, 1949. All diamonds offered are of fine quality, excellent cut and are NOTARIZED. NOTARIZED DIAMONDS from a store doing business in Mason City for over 41 years is indeed an opportunity you can't afford to pass. Shop and Save at RAY SENEY JEWELRY Ask Ray Seney 19 East State Mason City, Iowa Pancake Supper is Planned by Group Plans for a pancake supper, to be sponsored by the Immanuel Fellowship were made at the regular meeting held Tuesday evening at the church. This will be held Tuesday, Oct. 25 at the church. A bazar to be sponsored by the Dorcas aid of the church will be held in conjunction with the supper. Mrs. L. W. Ackermann is chairman of the supper with the following on her committee: Helen Johnson, Mrs. Harold Johnson, Mrs. M. S. Newburg, Wanda Hanson and Marcedes Balek. Plans were made for a membership drive and Mr. L.W. Ack- Sept. 28, 1949 13 Mason City Globe-Gazetie, Mason City, U. ermann was made chairman of this committee. Harold Johnson, president, presided at the meeting. —o— Monrovia, Liberia is named for U. S. President James Monroe. —Russell Photo ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT— Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, route 3, announce the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy Mae, to Carl G. Nolte, son of Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Nolte of Westboro, Mo. No date has been set for the wedding. welcome was given by Mayor H. E. Bruce. Special music during the dinner hour included several numbers on the marimba by Mrs. Harold Osborne, accompanied by Mrs. Walter Williams; a violin solo by Adrienne Allen,- accompanied by Miss Mildred Farrington and a vocal trio sung by Marian Brown, Rose Marie Bailey and Shirley Cerney with Miss Farrington at the piano. Ninety-six registered for the banquet. Following the banquet an evening service was held with the Rev. W. E. Hickey, superintendent pf the Minnesota and North Iowa conferences of the Free Methodist church leading the devotions. Group singing was led by the Rev. Russell Kingsley of Ridgeway, Wis. The speaker was the Rev. R. R. Brown, radio minister of Omaha, Nebr. His subject was "The Challenge to the Sunday School." He pointed out that man's biggest task is to save himself. The enemies the Sunday school faces include: 1. The nature of man himself. 2. -The concentrated attitude toward social security. 3. Lawlessness — every man doing what is right in his own sight. 4. Indifference and incompetence. He emphasized that the Sunday school has great opportunities to cultivate a new species of man. Garfield Mothers Entertain at Tea Garfield room mothers were entertained Tuesday afternoon at a get-acquainted tea at the home of Mrs. L. G. Hawkins, membership chairman.'Also meeting with the room mothers were the president, Mrs. Huston Peterson; hospitality chairman, Mrs. Henry Hook; refreshment chairman, Mrs. Leo Halfpap, and publicity, Mrs. Edward Stephan. Room mothers for the 1949-50 year are: Morning kindergarten, Mrs. Gene Howard; afternoon kindergarten, Mrs. George Olson; 1st, Mrs. Gerald Jackson and Mrs. Willard Adams; 2nd, Mrs. Donald Giesen; 3rd, Mrs. Richard Ulrich; 4th, Mrs. Wayne Ravlin; 5th, Mrs. Victor Uthoff; 6th, Mrs. Ralph Smiley. Plans were discussed for a series of get-acquainted parties to be held during October and November by the room mothers. A membership drive will be in progress from Oct. 3 through 7, and the room procuring the most members will be given a party as a prize. Following the discussion, refreshments were served by the hostess. The teachers and principa of Garfield were special guests Mrs. Huston Peterson presided a the tea table. Frost a plain cake with orang coconut frosting. To make il ream about three tablespoons o iutter or margarine. Add abou wo cups of confectioners' suga gradually, working it in well, and hinning it with about a quarter up of strained orange juice. When the frosting is smooth mix n a half cup or so of grated coconut. Dinnerware Here's new orchard-bright charm for your table. Rich Colors of luscious, ripe pears, apples and grapes add interest to your dining. Each piece is hand-carved, hand-painted and glaze-protected. 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