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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, September 24, 1949
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M.L City QUbe- 1949 Given Talk by Mrs. Gustafson Wa-Tan-Ye club met for dinner Wednesday evening in the recreation room of the Mutual Insurance building. Yellow calendulas decorated the tables. The speaker of the evening was Mrs. Lloyd A. Gustafson, a member of the club, who recently returned from a tour of Europe Mrs. Gustafson outlined the itinerary of the trip, and in her talk accented the means of traveling, the procuring of passports, and the 'conditions tourists find in Europe. While in London the Rev. and Mrs. Gustafson contacted Mrs. Bovenna Klaskova, a Czechoslovakian representative of the Y. W. C. A., who has been in Mason City on 2 occasions, a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Harold">Morgan. Mrs. Klaskova and her husband took' the Gustafsons on a motor trip to Cambridge, which was an act of warm hospitality in gasoline-rationed England, where they are now living as war refugees. Before her talk, the club presented to Mrs. Gustafson, the .former Mildred Kuhlemier, a wedding gift. During, the business meeting delegates were elected to the national convention of Wa-Tan-Ye clubs to be held in Davenport Oct. 21-22-23. Ruby Potter, Groe Olson, Ethel Miller and Mrs. Ward Hamilton were chosen as delegates, and Mrs. E. U. Eikenberry, Dorothy Rankin, Bertha Rohr and Loretta Welch will be alternates. A contribution of $57.75 was voted to the Community Chest and a report was given by Emma Howe on the activities of the Adult Education Council, which is composed of representatives of most of : the organizations in the city, and is planning a program of classes in various subjects. Social Calendar SATURDAY B. T. Pi class— 8, Mutual Insurance building, benefit party. at Davidsons CilUlil »*»• •AKH in Latest Patterns square yard CULBERTSON-URIELL Dumont—Announcements have been received here of the approaching marriage of Bonnie Arele Culbertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd V. Culbertson of Waverly, to John William Uriell. The wedding will take place Oct. 2 at 3:30 p. m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Waverly. Miss Culbertson was a teacher in :he Dumont school last year. COUPLE ISSUED MARRIAGE LICENSE Osage—A marriage license was issued here to Elbert C. Freese, aayfield, Minn., and Louise Hawkins, Claremont, Minn. Now you can have your choice of lovely patterns for every room in genuine Gold Seal Corigoleum — famous for heaviest quality. Its gleaming', easy- to-clean enamel surface lasts and lasts, your satisfaction is guaranteed. DAVIDSONS Iowa's Largest ,,-.'.• Home Furnisher* &*•*(!•• ••!•• Firnltir* Roster of Speakers for Woman's Club JOHN W. VANDERCOOK —Radio commentator —Oct. 11, 2 p. m. MILLICENT FENWICK —Vogue magazine —Nov. 8, 2 p. m. Cresco Host to Federated Clubs, Oct. 11 Cresco — The Federated Woman's Clubs of Howard county will ae hostesses to the annual meeting of the 3rd district of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs on Tuesday, Oct. 11. District Director Mrs. William Aves of Marshalltown will direct the program. Arrangements for the meeting are in charge of Miss Genevieve Kennedy, president of the Howard county women's clubs fed- sration. Sessions will be held in the Cresco Methodist church. Two hundred and fifty delegates are expected. The 3rd district includes the counties of Black Hawk, Butler, 3remer, Cerro Gordo, Chickasaw, Floyd, Franklin, Grundy, Hardih, Howard, Marshall, Mitchell, Tama and Worth. Nuptial Vows Said in Church Charles City—The marriage of Miss Lenore Marie Nack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Nack, Galena, 111., and Dr. Robert Henry Huber, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Huber, Charles City, took place Sept. 17 in St. Mary's church in Galena. The Rev. Harold Wock- [erie officiated at the nuptial service. The bride's brother, James and I^ouis Nack, Jr., served as acolytes. The bride was given in marriage ay her father. Attendants to the Dride were Miss Joan Nack, as maid of honor and the Misses Vir- Jinia Bostwick, Birmingham, Vlich., Geraldine Cronin, Chicago, :il., and Susan Taylor, Kalamazoo, Vlich., as bridesmaids. Nicole De Baeke, Detroit, Mich., acted as flower girl, and the ring bearer was Mark Broghamer, Cedar Rapids. The bridegroom was attended by Richard G. Huber as bestman and :he ushers were Dr. Harvey O'Phelan, St. Paul, Minn., Earl Caddock, Jr., Walnut and Charles and John Becker, both of Du- auque. During the afternoon a reception for 300 guests was held at :he home of 'the bride's parents, following a wedding trip, Dr. and VIrs. Huber will be at home in Cedar Rapids. The bride is a graduate of the University of Michigan where she was affiliated with the Collegiate Sorosis and she was employed as a secretary by the McCann-firick- son advertising company, Chicago, 111. Her husband is a graduate of .eras college and the University of Iowa Medical school. Formerly associated with the Medical associates in Dubuque, Dr. Huber is now practicing medicine in Cedar Elapids. Choose CONGOWALL WR WALLS Of LASTING BEAUTY! You'll bless the day you discovered this exciting, new permanent wall coveringl Made of long-wearing baked enamel, its handsome raised tile pattern lends a smart, modern note to any room... stays smooth and lustrous for years 1 Easy to clean, easy to install 1 See the array of lovely colors and designs. We'll be glad to give you an estimate. In Convenient 54-inch Wainscoat Height Only 59c Running Foot R. S. WEBER CARPET CO. 209 N. Federal Ph. 931 Theta Sorority Outlines Program Theta Chapter of Nu Phi Mu Sorority met at Mrs. Erwin Braner's Thursday night. The meeting opened with the opening ritual and salute "to the flag. The rules and regulations of the sorority were reviewed and read by the members. It was voted to have the regular monthly meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Miss Kathleen Parker, program, chairman, and Miss Sarabelle Gilson outlined the program for the coming year. There are to be 8 cultural meetings with talks on home furnishings and one social meeting each month. A guest party will be held Oct.4 for friends of the members. It was voted to give a contribution to the Community Chest. The next regular meeting will be Oct. 6. —o— HOLY FAMILY CIRCLE MEETS Holy Family circle No. 10 met at the home of Mrs. Ed Shaffer s Thursday night for a business session and social hour. Cards were played with prizes going to Mrs. P. J. Lauer, Mrs. L. Schmall and Mrs. Edward Fritz. A new member, Mrs. T.N. Tierney, was present. Lunch was served by the hostess. Tailored Simplicity $ 1 00.00 Federal Tax Inelidcd A Beautiful Matching Set for $100.00 Federal Tax Included. Convenient Budget Term* WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 East State ROBERT MAGIDOFF —Foreign correspondent —Jan. 10, 8 p. m. Women Must Be Members to Attend The"roster of 5 talented speakers scheduled for the general meetings of the Woman's club includes one evening speaker, Robert Magidoff, for 12 years correspondent in the Soviet Union and expelled from that country in April, 1948. The 4 other meetings are held afternoons, Mrs. L. T. Oldham, program chairman, pointed out. Any woman is eligible to join the club and it is pointed out by the membership chairmen, Mrs. John D. Vance and Mrs. R. R. Flickinger, that no special invitation is necessary to become a member. Rather, women wishing to become members are asked to see the subchairmen and their committees in their neighborhood. Or they may get their tickets downtown at Yelland & Hanes, Vance's Music store or Kemble's if that is more convenient. A Mason City woman must be a member to attend the meetings, which besides the general gatherings, include departmental programs in the fields of American home, art, current events, drama, literature, outdoor life and religious emphasis. Guest privileges are extended only to those who are not eligible to membership— like husband or escorts. Vandercqok, October speaker, has lived in or traveled through some 78 different countries of the world and was in Germany at the beginning of World war II. He participated in the war as a com-' mentator-correspondent. In the summer of 1947 he revisited Europe to study postwar conditions. He was in Europe again this year. "A code of behavior is an inevitable part of life in any community," says Mrs. Fenwick. the Vogue magazine associate editor speaker. "If we hadn't inherited pur code we should have had to inv.ent one. A system or set of rules is vital for anything in which human beings are involved. The practical beauty of etiquet is that it is precise, detailed and widely accepted." Robert Magidoff is a native of Kiev, Russia. He came to the United States as a boy, became an American citizen and attended New York City schools. He was graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1932 and soon after returned to Russia to do postgraduate work. Later in the Soviet Union he worked first for the Associated Press, then later joined the NuC as Moscow correspondent Gerard. Willem Van Loon, lecturer and ardent devotee of stagecraft, has been actor, playwright and drama critic. He can tell the average layman of the thousand and one fascinating "plays within plays" which go on behind the magic curtains of the stage. Charles M. Crowe, who is featured speaker on WMAQ, Chicago, in its weekly program, "Day's End," is pastor of the Wilmette parish Methodist church in Wilmette, III. Active in civic as well as religious affairs, Mr. Crowe founded and directgd in St. Louis a city-wide forum on religious and social problems. —o— MARTIN-CLAUSEN Charles City—Doris B. Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, Charles City, became the bride of Alfred Clausen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clausen, Riceville, Sept. 17. The ceremony took place in the Wesleyan Methodist church, with the Rev. W. H. Titus officiating. Mary Clausen, sister of the bridegroom, attended the bride as bridesmaid, and attending the bridegroom as bestman, was his brother, Leo Clausen, Riceville. Mrs. Clausen was formerly a nurse's aide at the Cedar Valley hospital for nearly 4 years and the bride- gromo is employed at Adrian's Implement company. After a sight seeing tour through Denver, Colo., the couple plans to visit relatives in South Dakota. They will make their home in Charles City upon their return. GERARD VAN LOON —Drama critic —Feb. 14, 2 p. m. CHARLES M. CROWE —Radio pastor —March 14, 2 p. m UHLENHOPP-DUNCOMB Charles City—Bernice Duncomb, Charles City, became the bride of Chris J. Uhlenhopp, Shell Rock, Sept. 15, at the Little Brown church. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. F. L. Hanscom. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, Colwell, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, attended the couple. Terry Lee, nephew of the brirle was the ring bearer. A wedding dinner was served at Lucille's Tea room. After the wedding trip to Niagara Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Uhlenhopp will be at home in Shell Rock where he is an auctioneer and livestock buyer. Louise Michaelis Becomes Bride Charles City—Miss Louise Michaelis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ott6 Michaelis, Charles City, became the bride of Donald Mcln- tosh, son of Mrs. Lillian Mclntosh, Ionia, and Jess Mclntosh, Charles City, Sept. 17, in the Little Brown church at Nashua. The Rev. Robert N. Benedict, of the First Baptist church, Charles City, performed the single ring ceremony in the presence of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colonnese, brother-in- law and sister of the bride, were the attendants, and the ushers were Gordon Herzog, Ionia, and Donald Michaelis, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the St. Charles hotel. Mrs. Mclntosh is a graduate of the Charles City high school with the class of 1948 and until her marriage was employed in Charles City. Mclntosh was graduated from the Ionia high school in the class of 1947. The couple will make their home in Waterloo where the bridegroom is employed by the John Deere company. Ladies Aid Meets atC H. Church The missionary ladies aid of the church at Central Heights met Thursday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Joe Bentele as hostess. Twenty-two women were present. Following the business meeting the program was turned over to the Rev. L. Roggow. He presented out-of-town speakers, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Solomon of St. Louis, Mo. Several special musical numbers including solos were given. Cards of appreciation were read from Mrs. Hazel French and the Lem Scobee family. The meeting closed with prayer by Mr. Roggow. A bake sale was announced for Sept. 30 at Alden's store. The next meeting will be in October. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Davis, 1447 Hampshire place N. E., have just returned from a visit with Mrs. Davis' brother, R. H. McCormick, at Oakridge, Term. While there they accompanied Mr. McCormick to Florida where they spent several days at Daytona beach and other points in the state. RICCI-LAWLER Charles City—Frances Lawler, Charles City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Lawler, Linton, S. Dak., was married to Joseph Ricci, also of Charles City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ricci, Osaeato- mie, Kans., Tuesday, in the Immaculate Conception Catholic church, the double ring ceremony being performed by the Rev. William Powers. Attendants to the couple were Mrs. Virgil Reis, Floyd, and Edward Mehalovich, Charles City. Mrs. Ricci attendee North Dakota State college, Fargo, and was graduated from Iowa State college, Ames. She was formerly employed as a hospital dietitian. Ricci attended Kansas university, Lawrence, and also Midland Linotype school, Charles City. After a wedding trip to Kansas City, the couple will be at home in Charles City, where both are employed. GOLD STAR TEA IS WEDNESDAY A tea honoring Gold Star mothers, wives, daughters and sisters, will be held by the American Legion Auxiliary at the Legion hall on Wednesday at 2 p. m., it was announced by Mrs. J. H. Sprau, Gold Star chairman of the auxiliary. NEW FALL STYLE PERMANENTS Machine or Machinelcss 3.75 ,/, 4.75 - 5.75 7.75 Cold Wave Permanent^ 5.75 - 6.75 8.00 Price* Include Shampoo, Pinter Wave — Hair Cut 11J So. Federal — Over Kresre "Our Faitli' Is Theme of W. S. C S. Talk "Our Faith" was the theme of the program presented at a meeting of the Wesley Methodist W. S. C. S. following a dessert luncheon served in the fellowship hall on Thursday. The meeting opened with a worship eervice led by Mrs. D A. BartelL Mrs. Dorothy Gettman sang "Be Still My Soul" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Gerald Snyder. • Mrs. F. J. Polansky, program chairman, introduced the lesson leader, Mrs. L. E. Snell, who answered the question, 'What Do We Mean by Faith?' "We should make Christ the cornerstone around which our life is built,' she said, "and share our experiences of faith." During the business session i was voted to contribute to the Community Chest. Mrs. Richarc Byerly reported briefly on the institute held at Mt. Vernon and stated- that 24 baby membership have been presented by the so ciety. Committee chairmen were ap pointed for the district meeting on Oct. 17. They are: Program Mrs. Polansky; registration, Ruth Ferrier; luncheon, Mrs. Marvin Peterson; literature, Mrs. Ken neth Roth; publicity, Mrs. Roge Pitman; hospitality, Mrs. Larnon Constable. Mrs. A. M. Smith, council dele gate, outlined the events to bd sponsored by the United Counci of Church Women. It was voted to provide any supplies which thi council requests. Mrs. Earl Hall, secretary o supply work, read letters o thanks from Methodist schools re ceiving packages of clothing and toys sent by the W. S. C. S. and stated that 2 comforters wen complete and ready for shipmen wherever needed. A rummage sale was an nounced for Saturday by circl No. 4 and a bake sale on Sept. 3o by circle No. 2 A mission meeting will be held at the church on Sunday at 2 p. m. At the luncheon, preceding th< program, serving was in charge o circle No. 2. Tables were centered with bouquets of asters and snapdragons. ST. PATRICK'S CIRCLE HOLDS MEETING St. Patrick's circle, formerly circle No. 11 of Holy Family church, met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Fred Currier 925 Harrison N. W. Election of officers was held and Mrs. Alfred Mataloni was elected president. Mrs. Currier was named secretary-treasurer. Cards were played with prizes going to Mrs. J. C. McCauley and Mrs. John Murphy. Refreshments were served by the hostess to 8 members. ranf P. T. A Ho/ds Tea Meeting Teachers and room mothers of frant school were honored at a ea held Thursday afternoon .by he P. T. A. of the school. Mr. nd Mrs. Vernon Kirlin, Miss Kober and Mrs, John Caihoun .vere special guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Sherm Tayor, Mrs. Jack Christensen, Mrs. Thomas Dixon, Mrs. Gail Kings'- jury and Mrs. Wesley Fiala. Mrs. Leo Tisor poured. Refreshments were served by the kitchen coni- mittee composed of Mrs. Harry Hockenson, Mrs. Howard Scnrek- ongost and Mrs. Fitch Bailey. Grant P. T. A. officers for the year are: President, Mrs. Wesley ?iala; vice president, Mrs. John Christensen; ssjcrstosf}', Mi'.^ Onil ECingsbury; treasurer, Mrs. Leo Tisor. Committees for the year are: Parent education, Mrs. Martin horak; program, Mrs. Warren Dal ton; -spiritual guidance, Miss Carol Starr; publicity, Mrs. Thomas, Dixon; summer roundup, Mrs. 5 ti m n e r Thomas; membership, Miss Lulu Pearse, Mrs. Sherm Taylor; music, Mrs. Dorothy Christofferson; publications, Mrs. Jack Christensen; magazine publication, Mrs. William Heard, Mrs. Keith Kutzner. 7 Welfare and sick list, Mrs. Francis Beard, Miss Catherine Carr; historian, Mrs. Burton TeKippe; safety, Mrs. R. Hohenfield, Miss Mildred Miller, Mrs. Vesta Jacks; hospitality, Mrs. Floyd Bruce, Mrs. Harry Garms, Mrs.. Roy Bailey, Miss Merle White, Mrs. J. Salier, Miss Charlotte Blumenstiel; kitchen, Mrs. Harry Hockenson, Mrs. Howard Schrekongost, Mrs. Fitch Bailey; Cub Scouts, Howard Ebbers; Brownies, Mrs. Jack Christensen. Teachers and room mothers are as follows: Miss Starr, Mrs. George Nicol; Miss Lulu Pearce, Miss Catherine Carr; Mrs. William Bryant, Miss Mildred • Miller; Mrs. Harry Shaffer, Miss Charlotte Blumenstiel; Mrs. Jack Redman, Mrs. J. Salien; Mrs. Arthur Reik- ens, Miss Merle White; Mrs. Clint Mott, Mrs. Dorothy Christofferson; Mrs. Selmer Grosland; Mrs. FIGURINE PAINTING CLASSES Now Starting LEARN TO PAINT YOUR OWN FIGURINES Fascinatinr . Interesting EASY TO LEARN PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTRESS Will Teach You Enroll Today Only $1.00 Per Class Ralph 8. Shepherd 27 lit S. E. PHONE 1362 Vesta T. Jacks, Schrekengost. Mrs. Howard PETERSON-BALL WEDDING HELD Fredericksburg—Hazel "Peggy" Ball, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ball was married to Robert Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Peterson of Waterloo. The Rev. U. E. Burroughs, pastor of the Mt. Ayr .Baptist church, officiated at the single ring service at the bride's home. Geneva Hursey, sister of the bridegroom, attended the bride. Wiley J. Ball, Jr.. of the U. S. navy, brother of the bride, served as bestman. Miss Wilma Stiege accompanied Miss Lois' Shufelt who sang. A dinner was served, to 24 guests. Only the immediate family and a few close friends were present. Mrs. Peterson is a graduate of the .local high school and for the past few years has lived in Waterloo where she was employed, Mr. and IVIrs. Petorsoik will reside in Waterloo. A delicious milk shake is made from mashed banana, milk, and chocolate or cocoa syrup. Serve well chilled. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED —Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Anderson of Carpenter announce the engagement of their daughter, Garnas, to Lyle Askeraath, son of Mrs. Ida Askeraath of Valley City, N. Dak. No date has been set for the wedding. L E. A. Hears Report on. Convention Members of Ladies Encampment Auxiliary met in the I. O. O. F. parlors Thursday evening with Mrs. Harry Dolter, chief matriarch, presiding, Mrs. Foster Elliott, newly elected grand treasurer of the State Auxiliary of Iowa at the recent conclave in Iowa City, was introduced to the membership by Mrs. O. C. Gundlach, Auxiliary guide. Mrs. Claude Whitney, delegate to the Iowa City convention, gave her report on that meeting at which it was disclosed that approximately 7 new auxiliaries have been instituted in the state of Iowa during the past year with a gain in membership of some 250. One of the highlights of the convention,- according to Mrs. Whitney was the 6:30 banquet served visitors and grand Aux- j iliary officers, followed by the conferring of the Auxiliary degree on a large class of candidates. It was announced that Mrs. Whitney and Mrs. Elliott will visit Clear Lake, Thursday evening, Oct. 6, to submit official reports on the convention. Refreshments were served Encampment and Auxiliary members by a committee consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Al Clemens and Frank Smith. RAINBOW GIRLS PRACTICE SUNDAY Rainbow Girls will meet for installation practice at the Masonic Temple Sunday at 1:15 p. m., in preparation for the installation to be held Tuesday at 8 p. m. relieve distresswithout dosing, rub on.. VJCKS ••W VAPoRua Your new ,Knox Vagabond' is here... in Chimney-High Fashion!} Fashionably reminiscent of the famous "Flapper Cloche" .. . with its sleek look of a turban softly covering your ears in generous tiers of Knox famous fur felt. In Black. , , 10.95 East Slat*

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