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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 28, 1949
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10 Sept. 27, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gaielte, Mason City, la. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Edstrom, 1150 Maple Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter, Delores Jeanne, to Robert E. Koller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Koller, 690 9th S. E. No date has been set for the wedding. Bits About 'Em Miss Perle White, who has been visiting her father, Arthur White, 213 East State, has gone to Davenport where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Harold Hansen. From there she will return to Red Oak where she is employed. Mrs. Naomi J. DeWilde and Miss Constance Joy DeWilde, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. Hawley, 209 6th place S. E., have returned to Minneapolis, where Miss DeWilde will resume her studies as a junior at the University of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. Feig, 318 6th N. W., has as guests over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Omar H. Kelpe and daughter, Sandra Lee, Miss Emma Heidt, Mrs. William C. Volknar of Jefferson City, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan of Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Volknar will remain for a visit of several days in the Feig home. Mrs. E. M. Jacobson, 541 19th S. E., arrived home by plane Sunday from San Bernardino, Cal., where she .spent the last month visiting her daughter, Lela, who is employed there by the social security board. Mrs. Mae Johnson of Des Moines is a house guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, 116J North Federal. —o— H. E. O. CLUB MEETS The H. E. O. club met for a 1:15 dessert luncheon and plant exchange Monday at the home of Mrs. L. O. Allen, Kensett. Mrs. A. J. Batdorf gave the lesson, which' was on vegetables. P ans for Nationa Business Women's Week Told Doctors Find Body Odor On 13 Parts of Body Soap with purifying ingredient gets skin cleaner, gives all-over protection. It's true—though few people realize this unpleasant fact! Body odor is not confined to the underarms. To guard popularity you rn'ust give 13 parts of your body top protection. Popularity is priceless. 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The meeting was opened by the corps president, Nellie Anderson, and the department and national officers were presented. Invocation was given by the Rev. J. K. Delahooke, pastor of the First Methodist church at Charles City. This was followed by a solo, "The Lord's Prayer," sung by Evelyn Bonsall. Following the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag, led by Ada Byrnes, patriotic instructor of the Charles City corps, the address of welcome was given by Mr. Nef- sted, representing the mayor, Chamber of Commerce and city of Charles City. Response was given by the department president, Menila Struckman. Roll call was held and responses given. A paper, "What Was the Final Request Made by the Grand Army of the Republic to the Woman's Relief Corps?" was given by Mary Smith, department field officer. Reports by delegates to the national convention were given. An invitation was extended for the 1950 convention to be held at Grundy Center, which was accepted. The afternoon session opened with a short program which included 2 vocal solos, "Whispering Hope" and "Mother," sung by Miss Bonsall. Two piano solos were played and a 'gift was presented to the department president from the Charles City corps. Corsages were given to all past department officers and the national senior aide. The exemplification of ritual was demonstrated by the Charles City corps. Remarks and corrections were made by the department president. The charter was draped in memory of the late Cmdr. Martin, last Iowa Civil war veteran. Attending from the Mason City corps were Mrs. Hugh Stevens, corps president; Mrs. E. W. Lilley, senior vice president; Mrs. Nick Degen, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Throne, flag bearer No. 1; Anna Maule, assistant guard; Frances Tatum, conductor; Jennie Wadsworth, assistant conductor; Maude Woods, Verona Winchell, Venia Reeves and Frances O'Donnell. Corps answering tne roll call w e re Cedar Falls, Clarksville, Clear Lake, Grundy Center, Cresco, Iowa Falls, LaPorte City, Marshalltown, New Hampton, New Hartford, Parkersburg, Waterloo, Shell Rock, Waverly, Charles City and Osage. Zippers hold best if tney are stitched on by machine rather than by hand. Stitch the zipper tape to the fold of the goods, close to the metal of the zipper, then trim off any extra fabric to the width of the tape, and stitch so there will be no loose ends to catch in the zipper. LIFEBUOY ^ a ™" No Other Leading Soap Can BUILT TO FIT PERFECTLY VENETIAN BLINDS SAVE ON FUEL BILLS The Blind Man Ph. 5328-J 524 N. Van Buren MRS. VIRGINIA BEDELL —Practicing attorney Social Calendar TUESDAY N. A. P. E. auxiliary— 7:30, Y. M. C. A. Catholic Daughters— • 8, K. C. hall. Moose lodge— 8, Moose hall. Women's Labor auxiliary— 8, Labor hall. Rainbow Girls— 8, installation, Masonic temple. St. Barbara's circle— 8, Mrs. Glen Ralph, 105 President court. Immanuel Fellowship— 8, church. Subordinate lodge, No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. WEDNESDAY P. E. O. council— 10 a. m., Mrs. W. P. Butler, 24 10th N. W. Help-a-Lot club— 11, Mrs. E. J. Cor die, 1418 Harding S. E. North Iowa Writers club— 1:30, Y. M. C. A. Gold Star Tea— 2, Legion club rooms. Central Lutheran Ladies Guild— 2:30, Mrs. W. C. Granger, 1022 3rd N. W. 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. —o— MINNEAPOLIS COUPLE WED AT CHURCH HERE Saturday afternoon at the Wesley Methodist church David Dillon, Minneapolis, was married to Marguerite Rouss, also of Minneapolis, with Doctor Paul A. Peterson performing the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a gray suit and black accessories and a corsage of red roses. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bjorklund. Mrs. Bjorklund wore a suit, of beige and cerise and a corsage of pink roses. Dillon is a student at Augsburg college, Minneapolis, where the couple will make their home. —o— BETA PHI PLANS RUSHING TEA At (he regular meeting of Beta Phi Monday evening, Miss Wanda Pedelty presented the lesson, which was on "Sorority Conduct." Plans were made for the first rushing party which is to be an afternoon tea at Hotel Hanford, Sunday. A special guest was present, Miss Mind,- Scott, international representative. "'Boost Your Town." Is Theme Used Plans for the observance of Na- ional Business Women's week in Vlason City, Oct 9-15, are announced by Mrs. Harry Vick, president of the local club. Theme :>f the week is "Boost Your Town, t Boosts You." Highlights of the week include he appearance of the "Hour of "harm" all-girl orchestra . at Roosevelt fieldhouse on the evening of Oct. 11 and dinner meet- ng at Hotel Hanford on Oct. 11 at i:30 p. m., when Mrs. Virginia Bedell, attorney from Spirit Lake, vill be the speaker. The week will open with all B. W.'s attending the First Methodist church in a body, Sunday, Oct. . The group will meet in front of he church at 10:40. At 2:30 that afternoon, there will be a tea at the Y. W. C. A. ecile Bayless heads the committee in charge of this event. At 4:45 p. m. on this first day, Earl Hall, Globe-Gazette editor, will give a radio talk, further an- louncement of which will be made later. On Monday, Oct. 10 at 4:45 p. TI., Mrs. Dorothy McCarthy will be on KGLO for a radio broadcast on 'Boost Your Town, It Boosts You," ihe theme of this year's activities. Lions club will co-operate in this oroadcast. The "Hour of Char m" on Thursday night is a public service to the city on the part of the B. P. W.'s in keeping with their theme. The concert is being sponsored jointly by the Lions club. Preceding the Thursday night event the club will hold a luncheon at Hotel Cerro Gordo from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Loretta Cross and LaVerna Farrer are in charge. The dinner meeting with Mrs. Bedell as speaker will close the events of the week and promises to be a fitting climax. Mrs. Bedell practices law with her husband and among many offices held is that of member of the state parole board. Every member is urged to hear what she has to say. —o— Harms Family Holds Reunion The H. W. Harms family gathered at West park Sunday with the following members attending: Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Williams Harms and family; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harms and family; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Yohnke and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elman; Mr. and Mrs. Loran Kopp, all of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harms, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Downly and family, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. L.ud Lund, Rake; Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Lund and sons, and Mrs. Marian Ballard and Jimmy, Mason City. Following the picnic dinner the afternoon was spent visiting. Good Mixers VEL cuts dishwashing Of°^ H BH Hi m m A ** time in half! £>/shes, ghsswang/eam without wiping! Yes, Vel saves up to half your dishwashing time! Just wash dishes with Vel, then rinse! Even glassware dries sparkling clear without wiping! Vel leaves no soap scum or streaky film to polish away ... cleans dishes cleaner than 'soap! Leaves no dishpan ring to scrub out. /l/o had scouring to get pots and pans shiny c/ean! Soak pots and pans with Vel suda while you do the other dishes. Vel removes grease faster and more completely than they'll get shiny clean with no hard scouring! .contains no a/fa/i VEL is wonderfully mild fo hands Vel is amazingly mild to hands! Vcl is not a soap. 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Over 150 practical, easy- to-sew, up-to-the-minute pattern designs for all ages. Remember it's smart to sew your own anr save money. Order your copy now price just 20 cents. Globe-Gazette Photo WILL MOVE INTO NEW HOME—Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. Smith have returned from a wedding trip and expect to move into their new home at 950 15th N. E., soon after Oct. 1. Before hex' marriage on Sept. 18 at the First Methodist church in Mason City, Mrs. Smith was Mrs. Kay K)mm. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Ponca, Nebr. Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson performed the ceremony. Smith is employed by Standard Oil here and Mrs. Smith formerly was employed by the Sorlien tax service in the Brick & Tile Building. Youth. Topic for Universal Mother's Club •- "Youth in Today's World" is the theme chosen by the Universal Mother's club for its year's study and the first meeting of the club has been called for Oct. 3, when a luncheon will be served. The yearbook, prepared by Mrs. H. B. Major, Mrs. C. L. Payne, Mrs. R. E. Thompson and Mis. M. D. Kubicek, lists lessons on topics ncluding "The Hickory Stick," 'Your Part in Your Child's Education," "School Legislation In and Out of Iowa," "It Runs in the Family," "While the Angels Sing," 'The Child's Approach to Religion," "Today in Washington," 'House of Exile," "Our Teen Age Boys and Girls," "World Events in Relation to Us," "Just and Durable Parents," "Leisure for Family Living," "Our Future Political Outlook," "Cheaper by the Dozen." Mrs. Major is president of the club, Mrs. James W. Allen, vice president, and Mrs. L. W. Kornbaum, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Dayle Kretzinger is in charge of devotions and poetry and Mrs. Paul Loomis, music. —o— McMULLEN-OLSON Hanlontown—Miss Selma Olson of Keister, Minn., became the bride of George McMullin of Hanlontown in a single ring ceremony performed on Sept. 15 at the Lutheran parsonage at Keister by the Rev. I. Z. Hyland. The bride was attended by her sister, Esther Olson. Both wore gowns of slate blue satin and corsages of deep pink roses. The best- man was Raymond Olson, a nephew of the bride. A wedding dinner for close relatives was held after the wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson in Keister. After a wedding*trip in northern Minnesota the couple will make ts home in Hanlontown where the Dridegroom is a carpenter. P. T. A. 'Board at 'Roosevelt Make Plans Roosevelt elementary P. T. A. board met Monday at 1:30 for a dessert luncheon at the home of the president, Mrs. Ralph Connelly, 542 15th S. E. with Mrs. John Cookman as co-hostess. Table decorations consisted of the "Back to School" idea which will be the theme of the first regular meeting to be held on the evening of Oct. 20, at which lime a reception for the faculty will be held. It was suggested that all officers make a special effort to attend the district conference to be held at Clear Lake on Wednesday. The annual membership drive will start Oct. 14 and continue through Oct. 20. To the room procuring the largest membership a prize of $2 will be given. The board also announced the evening of Oct. 25 as the date for the first parent education meeting. As means of raising funds to finance P. T. A. activities, plans are under way to hold a square dance on the evening of Oct. 27. Officers for the year are: President, Mrs. Ralph Connelly; vice president, Mrs. Richard Byerly; secretary, Mrs. Virgil B u ll e r; treasurer, Mrs. R. P. Anderson; corresponding secretary, Mrs. G. H. Dolmage. Committees for the year are: Council delegate, Mrs. R. Byerly; librarian, Mrs. Vernon Proctor; parent education, Mrs. John Hostetler; hospitality, Mrs. R. W. Triplett; program, Mrs. Kenneth Roth; publications, Mrs. John Cookman: publicity, Mrs. Harold G. 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B*atrk* Fo««Ji Co., ArcHho4d, Ohio, Otpt. 49-A. round-up, Mrs. AJvin Grell; welfare, Mrs. Alvie Sarchett; Scout chairman, Mrs. R. C. Benson; music, Mrs. Marlowe Evans; spiritual life, Mrs. C. E. Oeschger; safety, Mrs. Loren Grout; radio, Mrs. Tyler Stewart; social, Mrs. Alvin Bartsch. Plans for the room mothers' meeting was announced for Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 2 p. m. at Roosevelt elementary school. Twenty members were present. —o— MARRIAGE LICENSES ARE ISSUED Cresco — Marriage licenses were issued here to Raymond Valvoda, 22, and Mary Chihak, 19, Elma; Walter Borgschatz, 22, Zumbrota, Minn., and Doris Goplin 18, Pine Island, Minn.; Darrel Robert Miller, 20, and Ruby Goplin, 19, Pine Island, Minn. In using unsweetened chocolate in cakes, cookies, or other desserts remember that one square is the equivalent of one ounce. 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