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12 Sept. 28, 1943 Mason City Globe-Gzzttte. Mason Clly, la. Sorority Hears Talk on Schools in Australia Chapter Xi Delta Kappa Gamma met in the 2nd floor parlors at Hotel Hanford for the regular October meeting with the Rev. R. L. Williams, pastor of the First Christian church, as guest speaker. Mrs, Williams was also a guest. Mr. Williams, native ot Australia, pointed out some interesting contrasts between the school systems of our country and Australia. Australian schools are completely state controlled, the program being set up t ahd teachers appointed through the central organization. He pointed out that this plan has both advantages and disadvantages. More emphasis is placed on the learning of the 3 R's in the Australian schools than here. Standards for scholarship are higher. The slow or unwilling learner is apt: to be eliminated because he cannot or will not meet the requirements for passing. Repetition of grades and subjects is more common than here. An interesting sidelight is the Australian custom of wearing uniforms to distinguish students of one school from another. This is a common practice even in the grade schools. Recreation and athletics are stressed to a greater degree than in American schools. The mild climate makes it possible to carry on the program outdoors. Girls participate in competitive sports as Sorority Completes Plans for Fall Rushing Reception Helen 'Gray Installed As Worthy Adviser of Rainbow —Kirk Photo HELEN GRAY actively as do boys playing such games as hockey, basketball, softball and tennis. Five years instead of 4 are required in the secondary schools for college preparation. Australia has 6 universities of high scholastic standing. At the business meeting which followed, reports on the Delta Kappa Gamma workshop held in Des Moines last Saturday were made by President Mrs. Chappell, Miss Esther Ahrens, Miss Evelyn Oliver and Miss Helen Fullerton, who attended. It was announced that the national program for Delta Kappa Gamma this year has to do with teacher welfare. Miss Helen Gray was installed as worthy adviser of the Mason City Assembly of the Rainbow for Girls at public installation of officers Tuesday night. Mrs. Marion Kittleson, another adviser, welcomed the guests and invited the installing officers and their escorts into the assembly room. They were: Installing officer, Shirley Senn; installing chaplain, Ruth Leaman; installing recorder, Mrs. Ardeen Balduf; installing marshal, Mrs. Stella Rickoff, and installing musician, Mrs. Wilma Wood. Escorts were Floyd Wade, R. A. Laurie, Harry Van Every, Walter Schwandt and George Senn. Miss Effie Karamitros played "Fantasia Impromptu" by Chopin before Miss Gray was escorted to the east by her father, R. B. Gray. The bow was formed by Terry Cubbison, Jean Ann Cornwell, Gail Grippen, Mary Lou Hughes, Delores McPhalen, Harriet Mugge, Mary Lou Plath, Katherine Photi- ades, Mary Ellen Reip, Marvyl Rhode, Pat Riley, Wilma Redeker, Sue Wormhoudt and Beverly Gramhall. Miss Gray was presented a gift from the assembly by Mary Senn. Other officers QUALITY DIAMONDS ADY'S WATCH SHOP Milk used for cooking should be measured and the container holding the rest of the milk returned at once to the refrigerator. at WOLF'S fashion centre installed were Mary Senn, worthy adviser; Jean Rohde, charity; Ardythe Miles, hope; Marynell Tessien, faith; Jean Fatland, chaplain; Mary Ann Duncan, drill leader; Jo Anne Keister, love; Ann Boyd, religion; Peggy Phelan, nature; Sue Frisk, immortality; Carol Carlson, fidelity; Beverly Brand, patriotism; Connie Wolf, service; Nancy Code, confidential observer; Jane Paxton, outer observer; Pat Clayburg, musician; Judy Olson, choir director. Miss Gray presented her parents and read them a poem. Mr. Gray presented his daughter with a white gavel. Betty and Bonnie Holvik gave the installing officers and other officers gifts from Miss Gray while Miss .Karamitros played a medley of several selections. Shirley Senn gave her last term report and received the past worthy adviser's jewel from her mother, Mrs. George Senn. -Mrs. Senn awarded merit bars to the girls. Mrs. Rohde presented Jean Rohde a white Bible. Mrs. Maud Woods gave Mrs. Peggy Sheif Hamersly her marriage majority. Mr. Hamersly presented Mrs. Hamersly a white Bible. Miss Karamitros sang "The Lord's Prayer" accompanied by Mrs.- Wood. Refreshments were served by the Rainbow Mother's club with Mrs. H. A. Steddom and Mrs. M. C. Miles presiding at the table. The next meeting will be held MINDY SCOTT -From Phi Beta headquarters Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Legion auxiliary— 7:30, I. O. O. F. hall. Wednesday Bridge club— Mrs. C. I. Snyder, Clear Lake. Trinity Highland circle— 7:30, H. G. Croes, 631 10th N. E. Degree of Honor Carnation club— 7:30, Mrs. Mabel Schinnow, 812 llth N. E. THURSDAY Energetic class— Congregational church. O. D. O. club— 12:30 luncheon, Mrs. Cagle, 1007 2nd N. W. Thursday Bridge club— W. A. 1, Mrs. Walter Walker, 18 10th N. W. Newcomer's club— 1:15, dessert luncheon, Y. W. C. A. Happy Hustler club— 2, Mrs. Ed Linderkamp. Mason Social club— 6:30, All Vets Social Center, Clear Lake. Garden club— 6:30, potluck dinner, Mutual Insurance building. V. G. A. club- Mrs. Kate Johnson. G. A. P. A. auxiliary— 7:30, Greek Orthodox church. Ladies Auxiliary, P. O. Mainten- Mindy Scott Speaker at Sunday Event An informal reception will be held in the mirror room at the Hotel Hanford Sunday at 3 p. m. by the Mason City chapters of Beta Sigma Phi international, non-academic sorority. Mindy Scott, international field staff executive from the sorority's headquarters, will be guest speaker. Assisting her with the program will be members from each of the 4 Mason City chapters. Both educational and social, the organization was founded 18 years ago and now over 3,000 chapters with more than 80,000 members in all parts of the world report to their international headquarters in Kansas City. In this state there are 107 chapters. The reception Sunday afternoon is part of the official rushing program of the sorority. This program is carried out in co-ordination with chapters throughout the United States, Alaska, Canada, and is participated in by chapters in England, Scotland, Hawaii, Guam, Cuba and the canal zone Chapters established for American members living in Germany and Japan will also take part in the fall rushing activities. "Membership offers the finest opportunities for development in social and cultural endeavors," says Miss Scott. The purpose of the sorority, she points out, is summarized in its Greek letter ft ame _ Life, Learning, Friendship. Membership in the sorority is by invitation only. ance Employes 7:30, Mrs. Jacob Monroe N. W. Nagel, 1022 Bethlehem Mary circle— 8, church social room. Mmes. Albert Schaper and Chester Woodhouse, hostesses. Trades and Labor assembly— 8, Labor temple. Anchor Encampment auxiliary— 8, Labor temple. Oct. 8 at 7:30 p. m. Officers practice for the meeting will bo held at 7 p. m. MONTH END CLEARANCE THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY The Fabric Company presents its month-end-clearance with you in mind. Low prices on high quality materials are guaranteed to bring you satisfaction. Be sure that you come in early as possible so that you may have a wide selection of colors and materials. BUY NOW AND SAVE! RAYON GABARDINE $1 CREASE RESISTANT . . . tailors beautifully . . . large color selection. 41 inches wide Regrular 1.39 .00 yd. Toastmistress Club Holds Dinner Meeting The Mason City Toastmistress club held its 2nd meeting this fall at a 6:30 dinner at Hotel Cerro Gordo Tuesday evening with several guests present. Mrs. Helen Simpson, newly elected president, presided. Mrs. Thelma Topliff was topic mistress and had as one-minute speakers Mrs. Ethel Thomas, Mrs. Charlotte Lookingland, Miss Vera Finley, Mrs. Gertrude Fick and Mrs. Ardene Brandau. Mrs. Winifred Horn was acting toastmistress. Speakers for the evening were Dorothy McCarthy, "Doctor Quack, Politician;" Stacia Harding, "As You Lead;" Maxine Bahr, "The Principles of Public Speaking" and Sarah Cannella, "Customers' Whims." Critics were Rose Osborne, Gertrude Fick, Loretta Welsh and Kathryn Davis. Charlotte Lookingland was timekeeper and Dorothy Hamilton evaluator. Miss Finley was lexicologist. Lucy Christensen gave the invocation. Guests were Mrs. Mary Andrick Miss Patricia Carter, Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, Miss Marjorie Blair, Miss Angeline Spechio, Mrs. Helen Kelsh, Mrs. Helen Helbling, Miss Janet Baird and Miss Ardell Stone. Kathryn Davis and Dorothy McCarthy gave a report on the district council meeting held at Fairmont, Minn., last Saturday. The next meeting will be held at Hotel Cerro Gordo on Oct. 10. 'Bits About 'Em Laurel Jean Glazer, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert Glazer, has left for South Hadley, Mass., where she will enter Mount Holyoke college for her first year. Her younger sister, Gloria, and Joanne Wolf, daughter t>f Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolf, left Wednesday by plane for Phoenix, Ariz., where they will attend the Brownmoor girls' prep school. It is Gloria's first year and Joanne's junior year. James Bude, St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Joe Cross and Miss Frances Ma- Kirk Photo IN DOUBLE RING CEREMONY—The marriage of Miss Angelica Karamitros, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Karamitros, 215 14th N. W to Raymond White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verle White, 109 Jefferson S/W., took place Sunday, Sept. 18, at 8 p. m. in the Hellenic Orthodox church with Father Ambrose Gi-* annoukos officiating at the double ' ring ceremony. The altar was banked with baskets of bronze and yellow pompon chrysanthemums, palms and candelabra. The pews were tiered with white satin ribbon. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white slipper satin and chantilly lac'e. The nylon net yoke was edged with a chantilly lace bertha. The dress styled a basque waist, pointed sleeves and satin covered buttons. The full skirt had chantilly lace alternat- Offers Prize to One Getting Most Members A feature of the Woman's club membership campaign now in progress will be the awarding of an individual prize to the committee member obtaining the largest number of new members. First reports of the campaign will be made at a meeting of the sub-chairmen at the Green Mill Thursday, between 2 and 4 p. m., it is announced by the membership chairman and co-chairman, Mrs. John D. Vance and Mrs. R. R. Flickinger. All committee members are asked to report to their chairman by that time. The club re-emphasized the fact that membership is open to any woman without invitation. Tickets may be obtained from the 4 sub- chairmen . and their committees representing the 4 sections of the city or downtown at the stores of Yelland & Hanes, Vance Music company or Kembles. Sub-chairmen are Mrs. Ray Pauley, northwest; Mrs. P. W. Collins, northeast; Mrs. C. O. Adams, southeast, and Mrs. H. J. Roddy, southwest. Membership fee, which is $3, entitles the holder to attendance at the 5 general meetings of talented speakers as well as participation in the departmental programs which include the American home, art, current events, drama, literature, outdoor life and religious emphasis. The 1st general meeting is Oct. 11. —o— rinos. TWO COUPLES ISSUED MARRIAGE LICENSES Hampton —-Marriage licenses have been issued in Franklin county to Ralph Johansen, legal, Latimer, and Donna Mae Pralle, legal, Latimer, and to William Thielen, 23, Hampton, and Bertha Ostergaard, 23, Coulter. MONDAY CLUB REVIEWS HISTORY Monday club met at the C. W. Gasswint cottage, Clear Lake, for a luncheon at 1 p. m., with Mrs. Eva Marston, giving the lesson, "The Past 50 Years." Mrs. William H. Hathorn gave the past history of the club. Pythagoras first announced the belief that the.world is round. r / THE VELVET TOUCH! News in a new season ... the lush look, the plush appeal of velvet . . . adding excitement to the double collar, hip flap pockets of this perfect town suit. An ETTA GAYNES design in fine broadcloth^ with braid for extra elegance. 59.95 LISTEN TO "REFLECTIONS.in MELODY" by Wolf's Fashion.Centre Tuesday thru Friday, 7:00 P. M. to 7:30 P.M. 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The bridesmaids were the Misses Myrna Barlas, Marjorie Laughlin, Bessie Karamitros and Dixie MacSweeney. They wore taffeta gowns of gold, blue and rose, respectively and carried bronze and yellow chrysanthemums with matching ribbons. The flower girl, Miss Tula Challas, wore a taffeta gown of yellow and carried a basket of rose petals. Steffana bearer was George Bude, St. Louis, Mo., and ringbearer was Nicky _ Magnani. The bride's mother wore a royal blue dress with black accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a light brown suit with brown accessories and had a corsage of pastel chrysanthemums. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Y. M. C. A. party room. The room was decorated with flowers and the bride's table was centered with a 3-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Miss Frances Marines and Mrs. Joe Cross were in charge of the flower decorations and the bride's table. Hostesses were Mrs. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Northwood — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Johnson of Northwood announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Fern, to Dennis E. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson of Joice. The wedding is set for Oct. 23. Lucien LeLong Perfumes and Colognes WATCHES DR. W. C. GRAINGER DIAMONDS CHIROPRACTOR £ North Washington Mason City, Iowa On Thursday, September 29 at Miss Joan Toepfer. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Don L. Toepfer, 1022 2nd N. W., was one of 5 freshmen chosen to sing in the Drake university choir. Miss Shirley Gene Robinson, who has spent the past month at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Robinson, 17 13th N. E., has gone to Greenville, HI., for a few days' visit at Greenville college. She received her B. A. degree at the college last spring and was a member of the Alpha Kappa Sigma honor society. From Greenville she will go to Winona Lake, Ind., where she has accepted a position in the Free Methodist Publishing house as editor of the Y. P. M. S. news. Electrolux SALES AND SERVICE O. A. BUECHLE Phone 5870-J or write 910 6th Street S. E. 219 No. Federal XI NU EXEMPLAR HOLDS MEETING The regular meeting of Xi Nu Exemplar- chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held at'the Family Service office -with Miss Helen Meyer, president, in charge. Doris Hillmer presented the lesson on "Egyptian Hieroglyphics." During the business session the chapter voted contributions to the Commnity Chest and Polio fund. A discussion was held with respect to sponsoring a fall and spring formal in co-operation with all chapters in the city. Miss Marcedes Balek, a member of Beta Phi chapter, was a guest at the meeting. The social committee chairman announced the harvest supper party would be held on Oct. 24, at the Mutual Insurance building. 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