The Oelwein Daily Register from Oelwein, Iowa on May 3, 1946 · Page 10
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The Oelwein Daily Register from Oelwein, Iowa · Page 10

Oelwein, Iowa
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Friday, May 3, 1946
Page 10
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-r^r, p ·?tf *. .'.%, * ' Jlinaol Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lincoln will observe their golden wedding anniversary May 10th. On Sunday, May 12th, the couple will hold open house at their home. 220 Second Avc. NW. and will be honored at a family dinner at noon. Open house will be from 2 to 5 m the afternoon and 7 to 8 o'clock in the evening. They were united in marriage at Hazleton fifty years ago by Rev. P. J. Leonard; Mrs Lincoln is the former Amy Baker. The couple has Ih'ed and inrmed near Oelwein during their entire 50 years, living on the same larm until retiring to Oelwcin in February. 1945. Three children blessed 'this union; they are Mrs. Clarence Alshouse of Arlington, Frank Lincoln of Arlington, and Mrs. Theron Finch of Oelwein." i LUTHERAN LADIES AID MEETS members of the Aid Society met afternoon in the church parlors witn a good attendance. Pres Mis. A. J. Maillie called , the meeting to order. The meeting j was opened by a hymn and a i prayer. i Dunns the business session the \PLc in X ; i t i u i i ; i l l \ K n o w n In Stock Seeland- Ladie?' !4k sold tns". l'.l mo\ cmrnt -- rock crystal with silk cord band 559 75 Bulova- Lnnie?' lose sold 14k ca c c \ \ i t h fnur diarrondb and S'x eomnne rubies 17j movement--;ilk band Gruen -- Lndies" exquisite- ca^e in 14k gold \ \ i t h two large brilliant diamonds, finest 17j movement S200.00 Gruen -- Gentleman s \ c l l o w cold filled c.Tse. \ \ i t h 17i prc- usi n movement, pigskin bti . p ' Slu.oO Gruen-- m white - w i t h steel bock, new t w c n U - f o u r dial. 17j precision movement, new flexible band $·49.75 Biffin-- Gentlcnun's Pel ux. cold filled C.T-C \ \ i t h 17.] movement--pigskin --trap Dieters and family was planned, also the planting of the garden. The meeting was concluded by a h.MTin and the Lord's Prayer and 3 \ cry delicious lunch was served i at damt\ decorated tables, by i Mesdames Edd Klug and Edd 1 Treptow. MOTHER'S DAY PARTY ENJOYED The members of St. Ann's Circle held a Mother's Day party yesterday \ \ i t h 8 tables of 500 serving as diversion At the conclusion of the session prizes were awarded the Mesdames John O'Leary, J J Duffy. Mrs. Agnes Pruckler and Mrs ' Blanche Thompson was awarded door prize Mrs. John Conrad won the prize for being the oldest mother. A potluck lunch was served and the gioup adjourned to meet in two weeks with a hostess. \\ hose name will be announced later. The general public of Oelwein is invited to view works of the Senior High art students at an art exhibit and tea to be held May 5 from 3 to 5 p. m. The students will demonstrate the various phases of art that they have learned this past year. Senior Ruth Anderson \vill show stenciling designs on nylon material, while juniors Phyllis Stone, Katherine Stasi and senior Martha ^Weaver will finger paint. Etta Peterman and Pal Rohrick, both seniors, will demonstrate and display the age of chip carving. Sophomore Jim Hebrank will model clay figures. Funds were raised for this tea from the instructional dancing classes and the "Spring Fever 1 ' party, both sponsored by the art class, instructed by Miss Beryle Christesen. ENTERTAINS CLUB ARLINGTON (Special)-- Mrs. Bernaid Chapman entertained the Southside Community club. Thurs- ! day April 25, for the first afternoon meeting of the season. There I were thirteen present. The club \ oted to contribute to the Cancer drive and also to send cards and fruit to sick members and friends. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Bessie Green, Wanita Gamm and Frances Day. served lunch. The next meeting will be May 2. at the home of Mrs. Mildred Barney. DOUBLE BIRTHDAY PARTY STANLEY (Special)--'Roberta Holmes and Eva Mae Schlumbohm were honored at a surprise birthday party in Roberta's home Monday evening. It was Roberta's thirteenth birthday and Tuesday was Eva Mae's fourteenth. Guests were students of the eighth grade and their instructor, Miss Viola Rogers. Members of the class are Roberta Holmes, Eva Mae Schlumbohm, Ruth Slater, Leona Michels, Lorena Livezey. Jean Allison, Mildred Davis, Jimmy Jensen. Victor Eschen, Billy Follmer and Earnest Raker. After the social hour refreshments were served by Mrs. Holmes and Mis. Schlumbohm. Michael Menegas of Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. George Kanavas ,nd daughters of Dubuque. BINNING-GURITZ NUPTIALS ANNOUNCED Announcement was made today of the mariiage ol Miss Jean Binning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralpti Binning of this city to James Guritz of the U. S. Marines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Guritz of Maynard. The nuptials were performed Monday evening at 6 o'clock in the Lutheran parsonage in Cedar Rapids. CLUBS and LODGES S5250 El o:m-- Lord E'cm \ \ i t h 211 '.Tenement Elgin finest grade, yellow mId filled case, b l a t k dial w i t h raised gold numerals 70.00 Tne above \\atche:- aie in stock today We cannot duplicate or pi'tini.e deliveries of the same models alter these are sold. Above price-- m t l u d i Federal Tax OU LADY OF LOURDES MEETS Our Lady of Lourdes met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Lyle Sisco. Five hundred was played with high prize going to Mrs N. Rogge. second. Mrs. Wayne Nixon and Mrs. Gladys Struck, door. A delicious lunch was served at the conclusion of the evening and the group adjourned to meet at a date to be announced later. for Saturday Rathbun Bros. Je\\elers CARAMEL-PECAN COFFEE CAKES BEE CAKES · EGG NOG CAKES · APPLE SAUCE LAYER and LOAF CAKES · LEMON PIE HUB CITY BAKERY Oelwein Makes Make* Oelwein BIG SISTER CLASS MEETS The Big Sisters met Tuesday afternoon in the M. E. church basement for their social meeting Mrs. Anderson presided over the meeting. The flag salute was given. Mrs. Mona Spicer read the lesson from the "Upper Room.'' Minutes of the last meeting v ei c read and approved. Treasurer and card committee gave their reports There weie. 14 members present. An interesting program lollowed the business session. At the close of the meeting the Lord's prayer was repeated in unison. A delicious picnic lunch concluded the delightful afternoon. The next meeting will be held in the church basement the last Tuesday in May. SUNDAY: Members of the C. D. of A. are asked to meet in the Sacred Heart Church basement at 7:45 o'clock to attend mass and take communion in a body. f MONDAY: Regular meeting of the Theta Rho girls will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the I.O.O.F hall. All officers and staff please wear formals. Monday XII will meet Monday night with Mrs. J A. Dahl at her home at 8 o'clock. Please notify hostess if unable to attend. Women of the Moose will meet for a card party at 8 o'clock Monday in the Uptown hall. Prizes and lunch. Chapter CL, PEO will be entertained at a 6:30 o'clock dinner by Mrs. J. C. Davis Monday evening in her home. Please phone Mrs. Thomas Ray if unable to attend. TUESDAY- The Modern Country club will meet with Mrs. John Moser in her home on Tuesday. The Oelwein Woman's club will meet in the Methodist church for j a 9 o'clock breakfast and style | show by Linda's Apparel Shop on Tuesday. C. D. of A. will meet in the K. of C .hall on Tuesday at 8 o'clock ' for a business meeting and clec- j tion of officers. WEDNESDAY: B. A. R. E. will hold a regular meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Business, cards and lunch. THURSDAY: Our Lady of Good Counsel j study club will meet at the high school gym with Mrs. Adeline Sullivan as hostess. VFW Auxiliary will meet Thursday, May 9lh at 8 o'clock All members please be present. Mrs. Albert Werdel will entertain the members of St. Veronica's Circle on Thursday at 2:15 o'clock. Please notify hostess if unab f to attend. Drake Faculty Member at Club Meeting Tonight Waunita Taylor Shaw, instructor in dramatics at Drake and Northwestern universities, is the guest speaker this evening at the MacDowcll Club May dinner to be held at G r a c e Methodist church. The guest artist's home is in Des Moines. She will be accompanied by her husband, Le;lie M. Shaw, manager of Jerrem's, Des Moines exclusive men's shop. Build Addition On Shoe Store Work has already begun on the 18 ft. by 22 ft. addition on the A. M. Shoe Store, located on East Charles Street, according to Leo Adair, manager. The addition, being made on the back/of the present building, will increase the overall length of the store by 32 feet. The shoe repair department will be moved to the back of the new addition, leaving more room for 'customer equipment. Adair also announced plans lor refurnishing of fixtures and shelving in the most modernistic manner. The entire remodeling and refurnishing tof the store will amount to approximately $6,000 or §7,000, the manager estimated. Arnold Lenius and company of this city are doing the remodeling work. Here Tuesday MRS. DAHL IS HOSTESS TO CIRCLE The members ol St. Elizabeth Circle met at the home of Mrs Olu e Dahl yesterday alternoon. F i \ e hundred was the dn ersion of the session with prizes going to Mrs. George Koch. Mrs. Catherne Pickering and Mrs. J. P. Smith. A delicious lunch was served at the conclusion of the meeting and the group adjourned to meet in two weeks with Mrs. Pete Hildebrandt as hostess. Automatic Gas Hot Water Heaters Have an abundance of hot water in your Home It's there every day in the year. 20 sallon capacity $69.50 Installed G u n d e r s o n Plumbing Heating Phone 341 R. L. (Bob) Ridihalffh §--Oelwein (I*wa) D»Uy Eerister May 3. mft CLARENCE CARTER WEDS MISS MEXGAS IN GALENA Miss Frances Mengas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Menegas oL Galena, 111 , and Clarence W Carter, son of Mr and Mrs. I. L. Carter of Oelwein, were united in marriage Monday afternoon, April 29th at 4 o'clock at the St Michael Catholic church in Galena. Rev. Russell Guiccione officiated at the double ring ceremony Lavender and white lilacs were the church decorations. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a light blue sabardine suit with black accessories and a corsage of pink roses ! She was atte-ided by Miss Doris Mae Be'in. who wore a melon colored street dress with black accc««ovio! and a corsase of "·'·· *~ carnations. T ' V|' i The bridegroom and his man, Harold Wienen. wore dark suits Miss Masdalen Roth played the nuptial music. The bride's mother chose a black dress with matching accessories and wore a rorsa w e of veA ·oses, while Mrs. Carter was dressed in a gray suit with white accessories and a corsage of red rose?. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the home of tho bridegroom's brother-in-law a n d sifter, Mr. and Mrs. G. W Truair. \ 5:30 o'clock wedding dinner war served to 30 guests at t h e Mavbelle Tea room: a three-tiered wedding cake served as an attrac- i v e centerpiece. Mrs. Carter i? a graduate of 'he Galena hieh school and has been emoloyed by the Atlantic and Pacific Tea company. Mr Carter is a graduate of Sacred Heart high school of Oelwoin and '? employed at the Grant Hill distillery. Following a short wedding trip in Chicago they will reside in Galena. Those from out-of-town to attend the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Carter of Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Galle and daughter, Mary Jo of Dubuque; Central School *" Offers Spring Concert Monday The pupils of Central Grade sqhool will i present their annual Spring Concert in the Kindergarten Room Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Directors for the program are Earle Runs. Oelwein School sjstem vocal music supervisor. Miss Clara Gjovaag, primary music instructor at Central and Miss Ruth Smith, intermediate music teacher at Central, in charge of the baton The primary grades' part in the presentation includes the "Indian Dance" sung by the tirst grade Dedicate Font As Memorial to * Marine Hero WEST UNION (Special) -- At the regular services Sunday, tfrie West Union Methodist church will dedicate a baptismal font as a memorial to Bill Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harley S. Wright, who was killed in action on Okinawa in May, 1945. The font is made from Vermont statuary marble and will be presented by those servicemen present at the services. Wright graduated from the West Union high school and attended the University of loxva for two years before he entered the Marines. He lis survived by his parents and a twin sister, Barbara, who teaches in the West Union school system. Fabrics With History NEW ORLEANS ---(UP)-- Milady will be wearing history next season. . Yes, that's right--history... A fabrics manufacturer ~~has launched work on women's apparel which will be adorned with prints of historic scenes. N e w Orleans landmarks--such as the St. Louis Cathedral and the Mardi Gras--will be included. LES BROWN Hailed by music fans from coast to coast as one of the most popular bands in the country today, Les Brown and his orchestra play at the Coliseum Tuesday night demonstrating the style of music , which brought them an honoi; unheard of in orchestra-history: engagements within one year at the nation's four top dance spots --the Palladium in Los Angeles, the Blackhawk in Chicago, Meadowbrook in New Jersey and the Hotel Astor Roof in New York. Brown's crew was recently voted one of the top ten bands in RADIO DAILY'S countrywide poll, and featured in ''Seven Days Leave" with Vic Mature and Lucille Ball. Incidentally, Brown's good looks almost stole the show from "that beautiiul hunk of man," Mature. boys: "Pussy Willow", "Apple, The pla tlieir rccord get T! 1 r^f~^.n w, r** *»TM.* ^ T^n I ^ - T T ' »"i 1-1 ri ·. t · i i o -- - « · · local luke boxes, and the fact that they have been engaged for the senior prom at Iowa University are other indications of the popularity which is 'expected to draw a crowd to the local ballroom May Blossoms", "The Daisy" and 'Springtime" rendered by the first and second grades. "Gavotte". "Alp Maid's Dream" and "Bell Bottom Trousers" as played by the second grade rhythm b'and will conclude their part of the program. The intermediate grades present the following: THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES "Our Thanks for Music", "Sunny Naples". "The Fountain", "Spring Fever", "Spring". FIFTH GRADE: "Children of Kildaic' , "Broken Jar'' (two part singing). "Moon Gardens", "The Crooked Min" (two part singing), "Hillside Tree" SIXTH GRADE: "Evening Bells" (two part), "Stars of the Summer Nicht" (three part), "Castles", "Lar5o" (unison and three part), "When Poppies Close Their Eyes", "Peter Gray" (Unison and two part), "A Walk at Dawn" (two part). Dubuque Seminary Choir to Singr in Strawberry Sunday STRAWBERRY POINT (Special)--The chorus of the Wartburg theological seminary. Dubuque, will give a concert of sacred music in Emanuel Lutheran church here Sunday evening, May 5, at 1:15. This is the last engagement o f , the tour, which is the first tour since before the war. The con-1 ductor of the chorus, which is composed of twenty three men, is Dr. Albert A. Jagnow Ph. D., musical director of the seminary, and a member of the hvmnal committee of the American Lutheran church. The program will feature musi" nf the Advent, Christmas, Lenten qnd Easter seasons. The chorus has a fine reputation for a capella singing of religious music. No admission will be charged, but an offering will be taken. KUPER'S GROCERY PHONE 177 200 Sheet Roll Paper Towel* . 25c Crushed 4 Ib. Jar Pineapple . . . . 2.10 (For Ice Cream and Topping) 25c Dreft Oxydol Swerl Duz (Limit 1 to a Family) N*. 2y Jar Prunes 32c (In Heavy Syrup) No. 10 Can Apricots 1.19 (In Syrup) ·KEKP ON BUYING BONDS A GOOD HAB7' rl Now Thru Saturday L A M I N 6 fX-CIlN8T C A R S O N STIWAKT Co-Hit Vincent Trusty Dead at 49 Vincent Trusty, 49-year-old resident of this city passed away at his home last evening after a short illness. He is survived by his mother of Fort Dodge; wife and sons, Jack and James and daughter, Irene all at home and two other daughters, Mrs. H. Schneider of Fayette and Miss Helen Trusty of Sherman, Texas and Pvt. Gene Trusty of Scott Field, 111. also mourn his untimely death. Funeral services will be held in Sacred Heart Church Monday morning at 9 o'clock with Fr. E. J. O'Hagan, officiating. The Rosary will be said at the Trusty home Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. The body, in the charge of Brant Funeral Home, will lie in "state at the funeral home until Saturday evening and then will be taken to the Trusty residence until the hour of the service. tidy house FURNITURE POLISH r«iiitant to lint and SOLD AT youa RETAILER P O I N T E D SURfflCf CLE8NER · SUl/ER POUSH * : N D O W CLE'SHER . SELF POLISHING WAX S f l N i r a K Y B O W L FLUSH · ,J-WAY ClESNSER Services Sunday For Harry Drinklc Funeral services lor Har Drinkle, age 58, who passed aw in Mercy Hospital h^re yesterd morning will be held at the Brar Funeral Ho'me Sunday aflernoo at 3:30 o'clock. v Following the local rites th body will* be taken to Ft. Madiscx where burial will be made Mon day morning. U. I. U. LYCEUM The last number of the UIl College Lyceum course will feat ure Miss Charlotte deVolt [an Miss Artiss deVolt, violinist am iiarpist. Both received degrees i music and have studied abroad. FREE MYSTERY GIFTS Tomorrow Night at the Moose Country Home DANCE TO DELL HANSON'S MUSIC Don't forgrct we serve Steak Dinners during: the evening: hours. R U P T U If you are suffering from hernia you owe it to yourself to try the NEW PATENTED DOBBS TRUSS. It is different and far superior to the old fashioned truss. It has no knobs, bulbs tbelts or straps. Reason should toach you not to place a bulb or ball in opening of rupture, which keeps the muscles apart thereby cheating nature of the chance to heal. It is designed to keep rupture closed while working, walking, lifting or swimming. Many wearers report rupture healed. For Men, Women and Children. J. R. McNICHOLS, Factory Technician, will explain this truss, ·without charge, in: OELWEIN MEALEY HOTEL, MONDAY, MAY G, 2 lo 8 P. M. AUK MWMMT · KME ttWKY DENNIS NOET · HUT ItttN Also "Who's Guilty?" Coming- Sunday RALPH MORGAN KANE HICK MO HI TEALA IORINS JOAN FONTAINE T O N I T Saturday MARK STEVENS ALL BRIDES .ARE BEAUTIFUL . . . Until the Honeymoon is Over and Marriage Sets In. SUNDAY SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES 49c, 59c Dozen PORK BEANS 22 oz. Cans 2 Cans 29c Quart Strawberries . . 43c Pascal Celery . 19c Head Lettuce . He New Texas . 3 Its. Onions 29c Red 3 for Grapefruit 29c 'Del Monte No. 2 Can 46 or.. Cat Tomato Juice ............. 14c Del Monte Cut No. Z Can Green Beans . 19c Seedless . 15 07. Raisins . . . . . . . 1 3 c Quart Ice Cream . . . . 33c Hand Pack Vanilla, M., Chocolate qt 55c Crack-Etts Monarch 16 Noodles 2 Prepared N O . Prunes 1.1J No. 1 Peaches ,; 85 Risk's Select Foods Eaat Charles

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