Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 17
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22 Scouters Attend Round Table at Ames Twenty-two scouters from the Winnebago council, Boy Scouts of America, represented the council at a regional session of lectures and x-oundtables held in the Memorial Union building on the Iowa State college campus at Ames Tuesday. Heading the delegation were Peter DeJong, council scout ex- ecutive, and Field Executives Hor- ton Bolin of Hanlontown, Dick ' Starkey of Nora Springs and Roy McKinney of Mason City. Council leaders attending were W. P. Butler and M. C. Lawson of Mason City, members of the , regional committee; Jay Tubbesing, Mason City; E. F. Bisbey, Clarion, Harry Cook, Osage, and Ralph Lloyd Jones, Mason City, » council vice presidents; Tom A\- brecht, Greene, Butler district chairman; the Rev. J. G. Schmitz Meyer, Mitchel district chairman; , N. B. Anderson and Stanley Carroll, Clarion, S. R. Torgeson, Ray Steffens and George Trontvet of Lake Mills; Lester Bormstetter, Corwith; Glenn Gilbert, Mason City, council cubbing commissioner;. Tom Wood, Clear Lake; Paul Kasel, Meyer; John Whitehead, Frank Noehl and Harry Feistner, all of Greene, and Archie Gamm Sheffield: The program, was in. charge ol Harry Shafer, vice president of the Missouri Pacific railroad region 8 chairman. He was assisted by Jack Whitaker, Kansas City and Don Alexander, Colorado Springs, members of the regional and national council staffs, and other volunteer officers of the region. SOCIETY NEWS Bound to Jury on Charge of Drunk Driving Richard Peterson, 25, 410 2nd N. W., was in the Cerro Gordo county jail Wednesday in lieu of $310 bond, after he waived preliminary hearing on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated before Justice of the Peace . C. R. Servison and was bound to the grand jury. • Peterson was arrested by a dep-" uty sheriff Monday afternoon following an accident in which his car struck one driven by Donald Honken, route one, on the sugar beet curve, on north 65. •Considerable damage was done to both cars. A deputy said Peterson refused to submit to a blood test following the mishap. THRIFTY-FIXERS 4-H GOES TO PILOT KNOB The Thrifty-Fixers 4-H club of Mason township went to Pilot Knob for a picnic lunch and nature study trip at their regular meeting day, Saturday. Club members present were Sara Oswald, Suzanne Stevens, Mary Ann Mathre, Leila Bailey, Arlene Byl, Marilyn Tritch and Shirley Roberts. Mrs. Earl Dean, club leader, and Mrs. Leo Oswald, assistant leader, accompanied the group. 1 22 EXOTIC PERENNIALS Plus Our Gift of Two Rare New Baby Roses We are cleaning: out forty acres of our choicest two year old plants, »nd offering them practically as a gift. You pay only $1 to cover postage,'packing and a little toward our propagating cost. Here's what you'll receive: Catalog Value Plaul Z Delphiniums, deep blue 2 Rose Dawns, silver, pink 2 Eximia Bleeding Hearts, scarlet Z .Shasta Daisies, huge white .3 Pentstempn Diane, orchid, new , 3 Painted Daisies, mixed colors . . 2 Sweet Williams, very fragrant . Z Linum, flowering evergreen .. Z Hesperis, fine for cutting 2 Violets, early blooming PLUS SPECIAL GIFT 2 Miniature Baby Roses $.35 .25 .25 .25 .30 .30 .25 .20 .25 .25 ,50 ~Reg, Price $.70 .50 .50 .50 .90 .90 .50 .40 .50 .50 $5.90 1.00 Kelly-Morgan Wedding Held Cresco—Miss Bernadine Marie Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kelly, and Charles H. Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Morgan of Lime Springs were married at 10 a. m. Wednesday morning at the Assumption Cath- iic church parsonage. The Rev. aul J. Evans, assistant pastor ol ic Assumption church, performed ic double ring ceremony. Attending the couple were Miss Isie Pecinovsky of Protivin, ridesmaid, and Richard Koliha of ork, Minn., bestman. Following the ceremony, the vedding breakfast was served in :ie home of the bride's parents vith immediate relatives of the ouple as guests. Mr, and Mrs. Morgan will spend 0 days motoring through the outhern states and will visit rionds in Chicago, 111., on their vedding trip. Before her marriage, the bride r as employed as cashier in Marin's I. G. A. food store here. The ridegroom is engaged in farming !"hey will live on a farm neai ime Springs. —o— NAVY MOTHERS FINISH QUILTS Navy Mothers club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Laura Pederson, 1301 South Federal, with 10 members and one guest present. A potluck lunch was served and a sewing day held. The group finished 3 quilts and cut blocks for 3 more. Articles were made for "the rummage and ba- zar to be held Friday at Harold Motors, Inc., 4lh and North Federal. The next meeting will be on Oct. 7 with, Mrs. L. E. Rankin, 619 Maryland S. E. At this meeting slippers will be made for the navy hospital at Pensacola, Fla. Regular Value $6.90 • $1 You Pay Only Plant now »nd roots will develop wonderfully during Ihe winter. After blooming next Spring, divide and you'll have more than 100 plants worth up to $25.00. Packed 22 perennials mid 2 roses to each pack»fe. Order as many as you want at only ?l per package. Send Cash, Check or Money Order and we pay postage. Or we will ship C. O. D., you pay postage and C. O. I), charges. Rush Your Order Today to GARDNER NURSERY Route 1, Bo* 411 Osage, Iowa elping th k MARRIAGE BANNS ARE ANNOUNCED Bancroft — Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday for Virginia Berhens of Seneca and Eugene Fritzler, son of Mrs. Barbara Fritzler. The wedding will take place in the near future in Cecilia's church at Algona. Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREET «. i urn meimt C*»MIY, st. And QUALITY is the reason ... superb quality that results from choice ingredients, blended and brewed with a master's skill enhanced by 90 years of continuous brewing. It's the smoothest, mellowest, Brightest" beer that ever highlighted a stop for refreshment. In bottles ... in cans ... on tap the QUALITY is the same. Order a case of Country Club from your dealer. Pick up a supply of Country Club the next time you shop. Ask for Country Club where- ever beer is served. every time Our 90 I* Anniversary l> - Year (OUNTRY(LUB PLLSENEft BEER 399 omema Ker (By Cecily Brownstone) WEEK DAY DINNER Baked Veal Chops Scalloped Potatoes Harvard Beets Buttered Cabbage Bread and Butter Honey Cookies with Chocolate and walnuts Beverage HONEY COOKIES WITH CHOCOLATE AND WALNUTS Ingredients: 1| cups sifted all- purpose flour, A teaspoon baking soda, i teaspoon salt, 6 tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 cup honey, 1 egg i teaspoon vanilla, 1 six- ounce package semi-sweet chocolate pieces, i cup broken walnut meats. Method: Mix and sift flour, baking soda and salt. Put butter or margarine in a medium sized mixing bowl and cream well; add honey and blend. Add egg and vanilla and beat thoroughly. Add dry ingredients and blend; now add chocolate pieces and walnut meats and mix. Take up a level tablespoon of the mixture and turn out on a buttered cooky sheet with a spatula; flatten slightly using spatula to do so. Bake in a moderate (375 F.) oven about 10 to 15 minutes. Makes about 45 cookies. Note: For a soft cookie do not spread with spatula after placing on cooky sheet and bake least amount of time; for a crisper cooky spread and bake until lightly browned. Joy Evans Wed to Robert Jones Kanawha—A former Kanawha girl, Miss Joy Evans of Chicago, daughter of Mrs. Tillie Evans, and Robert E. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jones of Crown Point, Ind., were married Sept. 10 in Chicago at the Woodlawn Lutheran church, Doctor C. E,,Paulus officiating. Maid of honor was Dolores Jacobson and the bridegroom's attendant was Kenneth Eckart. Ushers were Duane Stenson and Ray Tesdahl of Kanawha. A reception followed and Mrs. Stenson and Joyce Tesdahl of Kanawha poured. The bride was graduated from Kanawha school, and attended art college in Des Moines. She is now employed at the Continental National Bank and Trust company of Chicago. The bridegroom is a graduate of Washington university, St. Louis, Mo., and is now employed by the U. S. Steel corporation. They will live in Chicago. L. D. R. VOTES DONATION TO COMMUNITY CHEST Trinity "L. D. R. met Monday evening at 8 p. m. at 221 2nd N. W. with Mrs. Gertrude Chehock, and the Misses Fern Thompson and Gladys Egertson as hostesses. There were 16 members and 8 guests present. A business meeting in charge of Miss Edna HaatVeit, president, was held and a contribution of $3.15 voted to the community chest. A committee was appointed for checking on Christmas wrappings. The committee included the Misses Helen Gulbranson, .Myrtle Holmlund and Laura Huglen. Miss Helen Miller from the Lutheran Welfare society presented a film. "Come Unto Me," showing the work of the society. Miss Betty June Leng gave a reading on Lutheran welfare and devotions were led by Miss Gulbranson. Following the program a social hour was held with lunch served by the hostesses. Guests were Mrs. S. O. Sorlien from the Rock Creek Lutheran church, Mrs. Arthur Sponheim of Osage, and the Misses Miller, Kathryn Helvick, Gladys Egertson, Harriet Carlsen, Gladys' Sunde and Betty June Leng. The next meeting will be held on Oct. 10. Ask $3,393 Damages of Utility Firm Suit for $3,393.10 against the Peoples Gas & Electric company was filed in district court here Wednesday by Jesse J. and Esther Flores, claiming that their home at 1701 Pennsylvania N. E. was damaged by fire as the result of an explosion of gas which had leaked into the basement from the utility company's pipes. The home was heated by a coal furnace and there were no gas installations or connections in the basement, the petition claims. It also states that the owners had called the company and reported the gas and a company represnta- tive had checked it "but failed to take any measures to prevent the gas from gathering in the basement." They claim damage to clothing, groceries, furniture, jewelry and household goods of $3,000, loss of time from employment of Jesse Flores, §33.60; loss o.' time from employment by Mrs. Flores, $13; loss of rental income from an upstairs apartment, $122.50, and rental paid by them while their home was being repaired, $78. They also ask damages of $121 to radios, linens and food of the upstairs tenants, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wen/el, and $20 for loss of wages by them. Educational Council Members at Meeting Seven members of the Cerro County Educational Council attended the officers' conference for the North Central district, held at Humboldt. Those in attendance were Mrs. Hazel Chappell, Miss Esther Pagenhart, Miss Wilma Tallman, Miss Lulu Pearse and R. Nyquist, Mason City; Miss Ann Baker, Clear Lake, and Don Green, Ventura. Staff members from the Iowa State Education association were in charge of the discussion groups. izing active, effective county organizations, building successful programs and meetings and the relationship of the organization to the public. The purpose of tho meeting was to achieve a more effective, coordinated statewide program. TIMMONS-VENENGA Ackley — Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Donna Timmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Timmons, Ackley, to Delmar Venenga, son of Mr. and Mrs. Menno Venenga, Wellsburg, on Sept. 22 in the Little Brown church at Nashua. The Rev. F. L. Hanscom, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Miss Betty Wiseman and Vernon Younker, Wens- Sept. 28. 1949 y Mason City Globc-Gnette, Mason City, la. reside here where the bridegroom s employed at the Marls Tire shop. ± r\ Jn . COUPLE GETS LICENSE Allison—A marriage license was issued here to Warren Claude Harrison, 25, and June Joyce Schwerdtfeger, 24, both of Parkersburg. CALLOUSES They included problems in organ- burg. Mr. and Mrs. Venenga will To relieve painful cailousea, burn- I ing or tenderness on bottom ol (e*t I tod remove callouses—get those I thin, soothing, cushioning ptdn. D-Scholls lino-pads nnouncina THE OPENING OF TYLER-RYAN'S Are Clearing Their Display Floor — Their Warehouse CHAIRS of all kinds— You can really save money on chairs if you visit their store. Chairs for every room in the house. SAVE UP TO ONE-HALF TYLER-RYAN'S 29 - 2nd St. S. E. Wi Jewe ry and Luqqaqe Store •<*/ ^> *^ William Senensky Owner 9 west state Featuring: * Full Line 7 of Jewelry. * Nationally Known Brands of Men's and Ladies' Watches. * Complete Line of Luggage. Expert Watch and Jewelry Repair DAYS ONLY! REPOWER YOUR CAR FOR FALL AND WINTER! TRADE-IN DISCOUNT ON ALLSTATE BATTERIES Save More! Get the Better, Longer-Guaranteed Type You've Wanted! Reg. 12.95 30 Months Guaranteed ALLSTATE Super Battery ALICE PAULSON ELECTED PRESIDENT OF COLLEGE Y College Y met in the Decker room of the Y. W. C. A. and elected officers for the coming year as follows: Alice Paulson, president; Peggy Shook, v i c- e president; Marian Wolkenhauer, secretary; Jennie Smedley, treasurer. Committee chairmen are: Program, Gay Wells; social, Denise Bredall; publicity, Barbara Lana- rude; ceremonial, Elaine Christo- polus; finance, Jennie Smedley; service, Miss Shook; music, Miss Wolkenhauer, Phyllis Ilcndrick- son. Miss Luelda Carlton and Miss Johns are advisers for this group. The next meeting will be Oct. 10 at 7:30 p. m. BETA SIGMA PHI HOLDS TREASURE HUNT Miss Mindy Scott of Kansas City, Mo., international representative of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, and the Misses Mary Lou Balduff, Maxine Ludeman, Marcella Ballard and Mrs. Robert Jensen were special guests at the Gamma Sigma treasure hunt held Tuesday night. The buried treasure was located by Miss Joan Moore, Miss Helen Hogen, Mrs. Jensen and Mrs. George Cahalan. The hunt terminated with a picnic at East park. The committee in charge was headed by Mrs. Cahalan and included Mrs. Mervin Thompson, Mrs. Leslie Slock and Mrs. Robert Birdsall. "&& To Address P. T. A. Hanlontown—Kennel h Nailing, district organizer for Blue Cross and Blue Shield, will explain the 2 programs at the first P. T. A. meeting of. the school y««r Wed- Inesday'evening. AUSTATE MOSS COUNTRY Sizes for All Cars at Similar Sale Savings M INSTALLED Sixe for Most Cars The better the battery you buy, the greater your trade-in savings. 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