Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 28, 1949 · Page 23
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 28, 1949
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Halsey Carstens to Join Vance Organ and Piano Department Beginning Oct. 1, Halsey Carstens, who has served as minister of education at the First Congregational church since Nov. 1 last year, will be employed by the Vance Music company, in the organ and piano department. In announcing the connection, John D. Vance points out that Mr. Carstens is already familiar with the organ and piano field,' having taught both organ and piano professionally for more than 10 years as a part of his ministry of music to churches. He is a member of the National Association of Choir Directors, of the Hymn Society of America and of the American Guild of Organists. In 1939 he received the master of music degree from the University of Washington. Just previous to the recent encampment of the 103rd battalion at Camp McCoy, under the command of Gen. Hanford -MacNider, Carstens arranged for band the theme song of the b a 11 a li o n, which was used throughout the 2-week encampment. Mr. Carsten's resignation from his position with the First Congregational church had been in the hands of the church trustees since Aug. 7, and several weeks later was accepted. Recently he requested that the board release him as of Oct. 1, with the new work in mind. A statement by him to this effect was read to the congregation Sunday morning. "Since coming to Mason City the Carstens have made a wide circle TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD HALSEY CARSTENS of friends," commented John D Vance. Mr. Carstens is a Mason and a member of the local Kiwanis club Mrs. Carstens is a Y. W. C. A board member and is employed in the state office of the American Cancer society here in Mason City "We are pleased to have Mr Carstens as one of our staff in th store," said Mr. Vance. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. G. R Campbell drove to Minneapoli to visit and attend the weddini of a relative. Code Committee for Builder M.ton City Globe-Gaiette, Maion City, la. Sept. 27, 1949 s North Iowa Builders Exchange members met at the VFW club Monday night for their first fall meeting following the summer vacation. Dave Randall presided. It was planned to omit the December meeting and a proposal was made to vote on the question of moving up the election of pf- 'icers to the November meeting ay amending the by-laws at the October meeting. The proposal was made by Mr. Randall, who said that the new officers then would be able to take office for the January meeting and the show committee would have more opportunity to function. It was decided to add a code committee to the list of committees of the North Iowa Builders Exchange to meet with other groups in revision of present day building codes. President Randall appointed a committee of Ernie Zerble and Al Halsor, co-chairmen, and W, B. Clausen, John Pauley, H. C. Determan, Jess Hanson and Bob Allen, ex-officio, to act in this capacity. Following the meeting the group met for a social time and cards. CLUB ORGANIZED Wesley—A Band Mothers' club was organized recently with Mrs. Herman Studer, president; Mrs. Carl Froehlich, vice president; and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert, secretary. It will sponsor a dance to raise funds for its needs. GARETTE . you smoke PHILIP MpRRlSI ln ios t « seconds you can PHILIP MORRIS Everybody talks about PLEASURE, but 'ooly ONE cigarette has really done something about it. That cigarette is PHILIP MORRIS! Remember: less irritation means more pleasure. And PHILIP MORRIS is the ONE cigarette proved definitely less irritating, definitely milder, than any other leading brand. NO OTHER CIGARETTE CAN MAKE THAT STATEMENT. TOU'li BE GLAD TOMORROW- YOU SMOKED PHILIP MORRIS TODAY* PHILIP MORRIS Compare the styling . . . quality with other more expensive sets! 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