Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 17
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1949
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14 . Sept. 21, 1949 Mason CUy Clooe^Gazctte, Mason City. la. Public Health Nursing Group Has Meeting The Public Health Nursing association held its first regular rhonthly board meeting at Hotel Cerro.Gordo Tuesday noon with the new director, Miss Beulah Wiedman, present. Miss Wiedman came to the nursing staff on Sept. '1. • President Harold Snyder presided and discussion centered chiefly around the formation of a county unit in public health. Reports indicated that the formation of such a unit was "well on the way." Dr. Ralph E. Smiley reported on the recent public health survey conducted in Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Hughes Bryant told of the 3-day health education workshop she had attended at Ames attended by representatives from the state T. V B. association, Cancer Society and health chairmen of the county Farm Bureau groups. Each member was urged to go back and be instrumental in forming a county health council. Mrs. Louis Krall, staff nurse, distributed reports of the nursing staff for the summer months. They showed 155 visits made in June, 154 in July and 222 in August. Business matters included the treasurer's report and the temporary employment of a part time nurse on the staff. Mrs. Bryant acted as secretary in the absence Parent-Teacher Groups in Round of Opening Meeting:' Jeff* Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jansen, 915 llth N. E., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary, to John Mentink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mentink, 1544 Adams N. W. The wedding will be at Holy Family church, Nov. 11 of Mrs. Marion Olson. Ten members were present. COUPLE GETS /LICENSE Allison — A marriage license was issued here to Gillen T. Bienemann, Sumner, and Alice Gertrude Wilcox, Clarksville. .PATTERN Ly MARKER POTTERY 20-piece set consisting'of 4 dinner plates, 4 bread and butter plates, 4 dessert dishes, and 4 cups and" saucers. Only $5.95 1 Other pieces open stock. IOWA TEA 'CO 29 East State :.D.A Has Guests From Other Courts The Catholic Daughters of America held their regular meet- ng Tuesday night at the K. C. iall with 100 members present. A potluck supper at 6:30 preceded he meeting. Clear Lake, Garner and Belmond courts were guests as well as Msgr. Arthur J. Breen, chap- ain; Father Alvin Heuring and Father Buzynski of Clear Lake. Talks were made by Msgr. Breen, who spoke on the unity and charity of the court, and by Mrs. Anna Williams, state secre- ary. Mary Evelyn Heddens, accompanied Ijy Bonnie Lampe sang •I'll See You Again," "Look for the Silver Lining" and "A Little Bit of Heaven." Mrs. William McCauley, chairman of a party to be held, announced that the date had been set for Oct. 25. Proceeds from the party will go to social welfare. The next meeting will be Oct. 18 with Mrs. Walter Doyle chairman. The potluck supper was arranged by Mrs. Ike Russell, chairman, and Mrs. H. J. Determan, cochairman. •erson Group Holds Dinner at Clear Lake Parent-Teachers meetings held the limelight for a number of schools in the city Tuesday, afternoon and evening. The P. T. A. board of Jefferson school opened the season with a chow mein dinner at the summer cottage oj Mrs. Charles Gasswint at Clear Lake with all teachers as guests. New teachers were introduced. Board members of this group are: President, Mrs. L. Tosel; vice president, Mrs. A. J. Rhutasel; secretary, Mrs. Glen Pascoe; program, Mrs. Nate Levlhson; membership, Mrs. Bernard Miller; budget and finance, Mrs. Ed Gage; publicity, Mrs. Burr Goodnow; publication, Mrs. Harold Neibergall; health and summer roundup, Mrs. Johru Bain; safety, Mrs. Ed Yezek. Welfare, Mrs. Les Birkholz; social, Mrs. Sid Hovda; hospitality, W. D. Kehm; procedure, Mrs. W. R. Walton; Girl Scouts, Mrs. Les George; Boy Scouts, Mrs. Gasswint; spiritual guidance, Mrs. A. R. Link; nursery, Mrs. F. J. Langhoff; parent education, Mrs. Nick DeWilde. Grant P. T. A. met at the school in the afternoon with a total attendance of 80 parents. It was announced that the membership drive of this group would close Oct. 11. It was also announced that the, Parent Education group of this school would meet on Sept. 27 at 7:30 p. m. at the school. A reception for room mothers and committee members Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30 was announced. Mrs. Charlotte Blumenstiel read the president's message and Miss For a quickly-assembled dessert use sandwiches of bakery sponge cake and cut fruit with a topping of whipped cream. If Stuffy Nose Spoils Sleep Put a few Vicks Va-tro-nol Nose Drops in each nostril. Ya-tfo-nol •works fast right where trouble isl It relieves stuffiness—invites restful sleep. Try it. OSE DROPS RCStRVCO FOR WOMEN . "SPECIAL OCCASION" Dresses for Malf Sizes 'Designed to F] atter. . their smart up-and-down lines make you look TALLER, SLIMHER. Fashionable BEAD trims give a festive, dressed-up air! See EUTTREYS' selection of beautiful FASHIONAIRE dresses, styled expressly for HALF SIZES to pro-; vide • maximum of flattery--* minimum of-alterations. Soft crepe in Fall colors. S!ze» 16i to 22£. $14.75 Return From Son's Wedding at Bride's Home in Canada Carol Starr gave a spiritual reading. Vernon Kirlin, new principal, was introduced. He spoke to -the gathering on home life before and after the child enters school. The kindergarten room won the attendance prize for having most mothers present. The next meeting was announced as dad's night to be held Oct. 11 at 7:30. McKinley P. T. A. board met at the school in the afternoon with President Mrs. Tom Walters presiding. Plans for the Oct. 12 meeting at 3 p. m. were made. All P. T. A. officers and chairmen were urged to attend the school of instruction Oct. 5 at the Y. M. C. A. at 1:30 p. m. Sixteen members were present. The Wilson school meeting was for the Parent Education group held in the evening. Music was provided by Pat O'Neill, 'cello, and Jeff Fraser, violin. Miss Marjorie Smith was accompanist. Mrs. Irving Weiseth talked on Kirk Photo ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT—Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lyons, 13 10th N. W., announce the engagement of their daughter, Phyllis Anne, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Straw, 1141' Jefferson N. W., have returned from Winnipeg, Canada, where where they attended the wedding of their son, Robert Newton Straw, to Elizabeth Ellen Marshall, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Marshall. ' The wedding took place in. the home of the Rev. Wilburt L. Sallach of Winnipeg in a double ring ceremony on Sept. 3, at 4 p. m.. The-bride wore a white *§atin gown, the bodice featuring an inset lace yoke with round necty line and cap sleeves. She wor'e matching lace mittens. A lace trimmed halo held her finger tip veil. She carried red roses. The bride was attended by Mrs. W. H. Jeffrey as matron of honor and Mr. Jeffrey was bestman. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The couple went on a motor trip to the Lake of the Woods. They wiJl reside in Minneapolis. —o— Hathaway-Lehmann Marriage Revealed Miss Pat Hathaway, daughter o: Mrs. Harold C. Shroyer, became the bride of Otto Lehmann, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lehmann of Garner, Iowa, Sept. 3, a Nevada, Iowa. The Rev. Einer to Jerry L. Voiding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd T. Voiding, 1401— Delaware S. E. Miss Lyons is attending Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls and Mr. Voiding is a cadet at the U. S. military academy at West Point. 902 problems in parent- teacher relationship. Hostesses were Mmes. J. B. O'Ballen, Norman Allison and R. E. Sawyer. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY First Christian fellowship— 6:20, church. Trinity Lincoln circle— 6:30, family supper, church. Trinity B. and O. circle— 7:30, Mrs. George Vicari, Van Buren N. E. Legion Auxiliary— 7:30, Legion hall. Holy Family circle 4— 8, Mrs. Arnold Schmolke, 422 First N. W. Button club— 8, Mrs. C. J. Cunningham, 1032 First S. W. THURSDAY Tyr club— 12:30, Mrs. W. M. Gregerson, Cerro Gordo hotel. T. C. club— 1, Eadmar hotel. Thursday Bridge club— 1, Mrs. Everett Smith, 25 10th N. W. G. I. A. to B. L. E.— 1, Labor hall. Wesley W. S. C. S.— 1:30, church. Baptist circle 5— 2, Mrs. Dexter Ewers, 604 4th N. E. Hanford Ladies aid— 2, Mrs. Robert Pedelty. Immanuel Dorcas aid— - 2:30, church. Energetic class— Congregational church. Trinity Washington circle— 2:30, Mrs. E. D. Weaver, 704 Monroe N. W. Holy Family circle 10— 7:30. Mrs. Ed Shaffer, 107 15th N. W. Baptist Y. W. A.— 7:30, Mrs. Payne Craig, 522 Pennsylvania N. E. East Junior Service guild— •7:45, Mrs. Clarence Koppen, 1413 Hampshire place N. E. R. N. A.— 8, Labor hall. Anchor Encampment auxiliary— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Trades and Labor assembly— 8, Labor temple. Auxiliary of N. A. P. E. Has Installation. N. A. P. E. auxiliary No. 4 held installation of officers at the group's rneeting Tuesday night held at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Edwin Ladwig, deputy president, gave the obligation. > Assisting with the installation were Mrs. Emery Fatland as deputy conductor; Mrs. Charles Black, deputy chaplain, and Mrs. Edith Norris, doorkeeper. Officers installed were: Mmes. Lynn Bauer, past president; Charles Taylor, president; Pearl Iverson, vice president; Roy Wolf, recording secretary; Louise Elliott, treasurer; Harry Overturf, herald; Leo Whalen, conductor; Charles Black, chaplain, and Fred Hampton, doorkeeper. Trustees installed were: Mrs. Edwin Ladwig, Mrs. Earl Ferle man and Mrs. Lynn Bauer. One new candidate, Mrs. Wilbur Plath, was initiated. A social hour was followed with the N. A. P. E. joining the ladies for refreshments. Mrs. Whalen and Mrs. Wolf were hostesses. —o— MADSEN-HIATT Fenton — Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Ellen Madsen of Armstrong to James Hiatt of Fenton, Tuesday Sept. 6, in Fairmont, Minn. • The United States devotes 1,141,615,000 acres of its land to farming. D rayer Chape! Scene of Wedding Monday' evening at 8 o'clock, Bert Louis Shoenfeld and Ursula Shield, both of Mason City, vere married before the chapel altar . Doctor Roy C. Helfenstein, pastor of the church, officiated at the double i'ing ceremony. The couple left immediately after the ceremony on an extended wedding trip through MiA- nesota. RELIEF CORPS HAS PUBLIC CARD PARTY C. H. Huntely Relief Corps No. 72 met at the Labor hall for a short business session and public card party with 17 members and 10 visitors present. Mrs. G. Cory and Mrs. George Morover were winners at 500 and Mrs. Francis O'Donnell and Mrs. Harold Milves at bridge. Other prizes went to Mrs. Abbie Layman, Mrs. Maude Radcliff and Mrs. Francis Tatum. Lunch Was" served by a committee composed of Mrs. Augusta Warner, chairman; Mmes. Nellie Kennedy, Maude • Radcliff, Neta Nelson and A. V.'Clipper. The corps voted to donate to the Community Chest. The next meeting will be Oct. 4. Windman read the double ring ceremony in the parsonage of the •Nevada Lutheran church. The bride attended Trinity university during the course of hei nurse's training in San Antonio Tex. She js employed in the offices of Dr. James W. Lannon MR. AND MRS. STRAW Mr. Lehmann attended Ic State college at Ames and State University of Jowa at Ic City. He is employed in M phy's Pastry shop in Mason Ci The couple will "be at liome 307 2nd St. N. E., after Sept. ST. ANTHONY CIRCLE HOLDS MEETING met with Mrs. Dan Farrell, , St. Anthony, circle, forme circle 14 of Holy Family chur Georgia N. E., Tuesday with JV Henry Hebel as co-hostess. TT. teen members 'and a guest, W George Platts, were present. Electrolux SALES AND SERVICE O. A. BUECHLE Phone 5870-J or write 910 6th Street S- E. Rebuilt ELECTROLUX CLEANERS Fully Guaranteed for One Year For Free " Home Demonstration of These Wonderful Cleaners Write To ... Write 11-21, care Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Iowa. 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