Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 21, 1948 · Page 11
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Local College Deans Attend Workshop Clifford H. Beem, dean of the Mason City junior college, has returned from Iowa City where he attended a 2 weeks' session of the junior college work shop at the University of Iowa. Miss Luelda Carlton, dean of women at the local college, attended the first week of the session. The course was a general workshop in which the junior college representatives rtucH.ed and discussed all phases of junior college education, including the curriculum, basis of support, adult education and organization of junior college districts. Doctor Bogue Is Co-Ordinator A number of the representatives of Iowa junior colleges were given I state where the educational sys- one hour to report on some phase of junior college work and lead a group discussion on it. Dean Beem had the 1948 report on equalizing educational opportunity by the president's commission on higher education. Several men from other states as well as from Iowa participated in the program as consultants on what was being done in their states. These included Doctor Jesse Bogue, president of the American association of junior colleges, Washington, D. C., who was coordinator for the entire workshop. Eastern Educators Attend Others were Doctor Wilson, who headed the building of the curriculum at Dartmouth college; Doctor Richard Bethel, dean of the Y. M. C. A. junior college, Yale university, who lectured on industrial education in junior colleges; also the assistant superintendent of public instruction in New York tern has just been reorganized to include junior college in the public school program. Registrars of the 3 state colleges in Iowa were also present. Ses-' sions were held from 9 to 11 a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. m. In addition informal discussion took place each evening at a large porch of the dormitory where the men roomed, including Co-ordinator Bogue, Beem reported. SOCIETY NEWS Mafce Perfect Iced Tea Make tea exactly as usual . . . While still hot pour into glasses filled with cracked ice . . . Add sugar and lemon to taste . . . "SALAMi Cordle Company Gets Truck Line Permit The Iowa commerce commission Monday granted applications of the Cordle Cartage company, Mason City, and the Brady Transfer and Storage company, Fort Dodge, to establish truck lines. The Mason City firm will operate between the junction of Floyd county highway "S" and U. S. highway 18, and the junction of U. S. highways 18 and 218. The Fort Dodge company will operate between Fort Dodge and Estherville and intermediate points which are stations on the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad company line. Anderson Family Holds Reunion The Andersen family reunion was held at the Gail Tice home, northeast of Garner, July 18, with a business meeting following the dinner. Mrs. Gail Tice was elected president, Mrs. .Clarence Schroeder, vice president.; Mrs. Fred Martin, secretary-treasurer; MM. Clifford Andersen, Mrs. Curtis Upmeyer, Mrs. Dean Andersen and Mrs. Orville Hall, program committee. Present at the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Teter Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Andersen, Judy, Dennis and Douglas; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, Clear Lake; Andrew Andersen, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Petersen, Mrs. Everett Petersen, Juliann and Janice, Ventura; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Greiman, Deloras, Vernon, Calvin and Phyllis; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Upmeyer, Allen Dean and Daryl; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hall, Garner. Cttr Ciiy, I*. July 20, 1»4« TEA DEANERY MEETS Charles City—The Charles City deanery of the National Council of Catholic women met recently at Visitation parish hall in Stacyville. Mrs. Maurice Champion of Osage, president of the deanery, presided at the business meeting. Sin-rounding towns represented at the meeting were Osage, Meyer, Roseville, Rockford, Cartersville, Nashua, Greene and Charles City. Pikes Peak in Colorado is 14,110 feet high. f The IHflSOnCTTV GOODELL BRIDE—A wedding was read in St. John's Lutheran church near Kanawha July 18 when Doreen Lydia Halfpap, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halfpap of Goodell became the bride of Clifford LeRoy Engh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Engh of Goldfield. The Rev. Norris Wogen, pastor of the church, read the double ring ceremony. They were attended by the bride's sister Mrs. Charles Blum of Dougherty and the bridegroom's brother Donald Engh of Goldfield. After the ceremony, Mrs. Adolph Tendall of Belmond and Mrs. Edward Halfpap served dinner at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Engh was graduated from the Goodell high school. Mr. Engh is a graduate of the Renwick high school and attended the Lutheran Bible Institute in Minneapolis. They will live on a farm near Goldfield. Fifty relatives and friends honored the bride with a miscellaneous shower in the parental Halfpap home. JUST WHEN YOU NEED EM/ CULLIGAN SERVICE PRESENTS ITS 4f 'Annual Mid-Summer Sale of Furs North Iowa's Water Conditioning Headquarters ANNOUNCES Culligan Industrial Softeners Offering These Features: • Engineered to suit your individual need. • Controlled treatment. • Backed by World's Largest Zeolite Manufacturers. • Expert local service. Consult our National Technical Laboratories Without Charge. FINAL CLEARANCE! SPECTATORS • Brown and White • Black and White • All White Broken Sizezs Don tmiss our'excit ing mid-season preview of new Fall furs! Take advantage of these advanced editions, priced well within your budget! Ask us about our.convenient payment plan". Steckel-Williams Wedding Is Held Osage—Vows were spoken at the Crawfordsville Federated Presbyterian church, July 18, when Marion Williams, daughter of Mrs. Georgia Williams, Crawfordsville. and Benjamin P. Steckel, son of the late Mrs. Hulda Steckel, Davenport, were married by the Rev. Daniel Knox. Preceding the vows, Joyce Gault, Crawfordsville, played a prelude of wedding selections, accompanying Mrs. Bethel Staff, Osage, who sang. The bride was escorted by her brother, Wayne Williams, Crawfordsville. Mrs. Irene Brown, Oskaloosa, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Ollie Horn, Rushville, Mo., former Osage high school instructor with the bride, and Florence Clark, Fairfield, both now serving on the Davenport faculty with the bride. George Steckel, brother of the bridegroom, was best man with Gordon Merer- son, Bradgate, and Howard Mesecher, Davenport, Malcolm Bindewald, Jr., Moline, 111., and Robert Tiemeyer, Macomb, 111., ushers. Gwenyth Ann Jones and Judy Piper, Crawfordsville, were flower girls. Sharri Hamil, Crawfordsville. carried the rings on a white henrlshaped pillow. One hundred and seventy-five guests attended the reception in the church parlors. The couple left for the north and will be at home August 1, at Davenport. The bride has been physical education instructor at the Davenport high school for the past 2 years. She has taught in the Osage and Orchard high schools. She received her B. S. degree from Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and took graduate study at Iowa university. The bridegroom attended the Davenport schools. He served as first lieutenant in the U. S. army for 5 years, 3 of which were spent overseas. Before entrance into service he held a government position in Baltimore, Md. 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