Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 9, 1948 · Page 18
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City GUb«.G»i*tU, MM«M Ctiy, U. YW.CA Camp Being Planned for Aug. 1 to 7 Registration for the annual summer camp sponsored by the Y. W. C. A. at Camp Roosevelt, Clear Lake, are being taken this week, through July 14 at the Y. W. C. A. The camping period will extend from Aug. 1 to 7 and will be open to all girls from the 6th grade through high school who wish to participate. Arrangements are being made to accommodate about 100 campers. Information concerning camping fees, medical examination and transportation may be had by calling the Y. W. C. A. Miss Harrying Morrison is the camp director, with Miss MilJean Manning, program director, Miss Julia Rogers, water front director; and Miss Lucille Gitz, camp nurse. The program will include crafts, sports, swimming, nature lore, folk dancing and the like. BITS ABOUT 'EM Richard Irwin is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Lanning of Ames for their son, born July 1 at Ames. The baby is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Setterberg, 114 Crescent drive. Mrs. Lanning was Glendora Setterberg before her marriage. U. A. W. V. AUXILIARY CONDUCTS MEETING r United Spanish War Veterans auxiliary met Wednesday evening at the P. G. and E. auditorium with Mrs. Delourise Layman Trakel of Waukesha, Wis., as a special guest. After the meeting, Mrs. Trakel was honored when the veterans and auxiliary went to the Soda Grill for refreshments. Couple n stalled to. Administer 2 Lodges for Season : -* ***** ***** * * * *.....*— ~~~ ENGAGEMENT TOLD—Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Heidenry, 1217 Adams N. W., announce the engagement of their daughter, Jean, to O. Rhett Talbert M. D., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Talbert of Allendale, S. Car. The announcement was made at a dinner party given in the Heidi room of the Swiss Chalet in Colorado Springs. Lt. Heidenry is a flight nurse stationed at Lowry field, Denver. She is a graduate of St. Joseph Mercy hospital school of nursing and has been in the Army Nurse corps for the past 5 years. Dr. Talbert is serving an interneship in medicine at Richmond, Va. Our "naked" Sandal cool white gabardine a little miracle at $2,95 , * Next to taping clouds to your feet, you couldn't wear anything cooler or fresher than this adorable white criss-cross sandaJ Sizes 4 to 9, B width. Miss Mary Hebel Weds Joe Mandt Manly—Mary Hebel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hebel and Joe Mandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mandt of Austin. Minn., were married at Sacred Heart church at Manly July 6, by the Rev. Leo Derga. Mrs. Cecil Nelson of Waterloo, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and Bob Mandt of Austin, brother of the bridegroom, served ; best man. A dinner followed at the home of the parents of the bride, where 35 guests were served. Alter a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home in Austin, Minn. Sponsored by Mrs. Chris Hebel, Mrs. Cecil Nelson and Mrs. Clifford Johnson, a miscellaneous shower was given for the bride at the Chris Hebel home June 30 when 30 guests were present. AM VET AUXILIARY TO SPONSOR PARTY Amvet auxiliary will sponsor a public party Monday evening at 7:45 at the V. W. C. A. Victor Hertigs Take Offices During Meeting Mr. and Mrs. A. Victor Hertig were installed as noble grands respectively of Mason City lodge No. 224 I. O. O. F. and Queen Rebekah lodge No. 106 in special ceremonies held in the T. O. O. F. hall Wednesday evening. This is the first time in many years that a husband and wife have headed the 2 Mason City lodges for the same term. Joint installation ceremonies were conducted by the Clear Lake installing staff headed by Gerald Curphy, district deputy grand master, and Mrs. L. E. Jacobson, district deputy president, and their installing staff headed by the deputy marshals. Mrs. Gerald Curphy and Joe Gvady. Mrs. N. T. DeWitt was installed as vice grand of the Rebekahs and Basil Kintz as vice grand of the Oddfellows and other elective officers installed by the 2 lodges include: For the Rebekahs, Mrs. Maude Maxson, recording secretary; Mrs. D. J. Perdue, financial secretary; Mrs. Trwin Repp, treasurer, and for the Oddfellows: Wayman Closson, recording secretary;. Oliver Repp, financial secretary; Leo George, treasurer. Following the grand march of the installing staff. Mrs. Charles Gooch and J. C. Dickinson, retiring noble grands of the 2 orders were invested with their past noble grands regalia and escorted to their new stations. During the investment, Mrs. Jacobson sang "When You Come to the End of a Perfect Day," accompanied by Mrs. Rasmus Nelson who played for the Clear Lake staff during the entire ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hertig were then invested- with their nogle grands i-egalia by the installing officers Hazel Daggett, E. Rogness Wed Clarion — Miss Hazel Daggett, daughter of Mrs. Edith Daggett of Clarion became the bride of E. C. Rogness of Lincoln, Nebr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Rogness of Webster City July 3 at the Little Brown church near Nashua. The Rev. F. L. Hanscomb officiated. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rogness of Ames. Miss Dorothy Smith of Rockford playec the organ music and accompanied Miss Barbara Nissen of Rockford who sang. The bride is a graduate of the Clarion high school and is employed by the Northwestern Telephone company. Mr. Rognes spent 4 years in the navy. Grind leftover luncheon mea with sweet pickles, or mix with pickle relish. Add mayonnaise o~ salad dressing to moisten and us for sandwiches. Social Calendar THURSDAY St. James Luther league— 6:30, church, to go to Clear Lake. B. P. W. club— 6:30, P. M. park, Clear Lake. Calvary circle— 7:30, Mrs. H. O. Banken, route 4. Postal Clerks auxiliary— 7:30, Mrs. Earle Sheka, 613 Delaware N. E. Immanuel circle 2— Mrs. Enid Givler, 134 6th S. \V. Trades and Labor assembly— 8, Labor hall. R. N. A.— 8, Labor hall. Anchor Encampment auxiliary— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY Presbyterian N. E. circle— 2, Mrs. Claude A. Thomas, 514 Pennsylvania N. E. Moth larvae live on the keratin in animal fibers. ^ Htlp reffm dhtrtts of MONTHLY „ FEMALE COMPLAINTS Are you troubled by distress of female functional periodic disturbances? Does this make you sutler from pain, feel so nervous, tired— at such times? Then DO try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Plnkham's has a grtmd soothing effect on one of woman's most important organs! S T-R-E T-C H your Vacation Dollars! Cool Summer •V C ^ 4^ t <*/ but Hot just ^ordi nary summer dresses, Our Regular $!0.75 Junior Dresses We made a SPECJAL PURCHASE to save you Money* }.'£-'/' «-<"" -•"'•>,- •••- *. Sfeop! See the cool, cool eyelets, chambrays, piques and Jr. 1inenes, Look! Feast your eyes on these summery colors-pastels, stripes, whites. Sizes 9 to 15 __ . The styles you've been searching for— Buy! * or ''actions, the office or' about-town. LOW PRICED to suit your budget! * V while Mrs. Neil Wedding Prayer Slocum sang by Dunlop. While Mrs. DeWitt and Mr. Kintz received their vice grands regalia. Mrs, Slocum sang "Prayer" by Grace Noll Crowell, accompanied by Mrs. Nelson. Appointive officers named by Mrs. Hertig include: Mrs. Maynard Fessenden and Mrs. George Wendt, supporters to noble grand; Mrs. Don Craig, warden: Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, conductor; Mrs. Jessie Davis, chaplain; Mrs. Wayman Closson and Mrs. L. A. Parker, guardians; Mrs. Wayne Helm, color bearer; Mrs. W. E. Brown and Mrs. Elmer Zeigler, supporters to vice grand; Mrs. Al Clemens, instructor; Mrs. Claude Whitney, musician; Mrs. Jessie Curtis and Mrs. Howard Hayden, scene supporters. Appointive officers of Mr. Hertig include: Bruce Helm, warden; Wayne Helm, conductor: Fred A. MR. AND MRS. VICTOR HERTIG —Head 2 Lodges Lock Photo BPW's Ask Demos Inc ude Equal Rights in Platform Fort Worth, Tex., (U.R)—The National Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs convention here Thursday decided to ask democratic party leaders to include an equal rights amendment in the 1948 party platform. A voice vote carried on a motion to send a telegram to the democratic leaders meeting in Philadelphia to draft the party platform. Delegates to the convention here* also agreed to send separate telegrams to the central committee members of every state. The motion was placed before the convention by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, Dallas. The republican party was commended by delegates for its equal rights amendment stand. A plan to set up a home for retired business women was abandoned by a vote of 499 to 329. Another resolution which fell by the wayside was one to encourage women to seek public office. Meanwhile, representatives from Washington, D. C., Boston and San Francisco were at the convention in an effort to gain the 1950 meeting for their cities. At a noon talk, delegates were told they should use their influence in helping direct the national policy of their country. That advice came from Miss I Margaret Hyndman, King's conn- Stevens and Job n Sherman, | sel in Ontario, Canada, and presiguardians: S. A. Bemis and Harold Davis, supporters to noble grand; Marshall Brown and James Allen, supporters to vice grand; Richard Sandage. right scene supporter: Howard Welcher, left scene supporter: Jesse Davis, chaplain; dent of the Canadian Federation of B. and P. W. clubs. "Only a world government making world laws to be enforced in. all parts of the world can make and preserve world peace," Miss Kenneth Briggs, musician. Others in the Clear Lake installing staff included: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cash, wardens; Mrs. Mabel Roberts and Rasmus Nelson, recording secretaries: Mrs. K. R Rogers and Marshall. Priest, financial secretaries: Mrs. Fred Fankall and Clair Heifner, treasurers; Mrs. C. A. Bouline and Clifford Peterson, chaplains; Mrs. George Prestholt and Melvin Barlow, guardians. Joan Hertig presented her parents, on behalf of the family, a basket of flowers and special flowers from the couple's son, Dick, in service with the marines in Hawaii. Corsages and boutonnieres were presented to the installing staff and elected officers by flower girls, Mrs. Helm and Mrs. M. R. Pearson. Mrs. Hertig and Mrs. DeWilt presented each of their appointive officers a corsage. Short speeches of congratula- lon were made by W. M. Huffman, deputy grand master and Mrs. Huffman, past president of the Rebekah assembly. J. M. Hazlett spoke, representing the past grandmasters present and Mrs. Ha/.lelt . representing the past presidents. Mr. and Mrs. Hertig in short speeches of acceptance stressed the fact that there is a job for each and every member of the lodge during the coming term. Airs. W. G. Schrader was in charge of the kitchen, Mrs. Gus Weida and her committee in the dining room, where the Rebekah colors of pink and green were carried out in the tnble decorations. A past noble grand's jewel was presented Mrs. Gooch, retiring noble grand of the Rebekahs, by Mrs. F. L. Curtis on behalf of the lodge and AI Diercks presented Mr. Dickinson with a past noble grand's jewel on behalf of 224. In the dining room Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Farrer presented a 3- tiered cake to the members commemorating the 25th wedding anniversary of the couple just celebrated and the anniversary song was sung by the members. Hyndman said. "There has to be a policy for such a world government, and that policy has to be formed in the nations making up the world government." Awards and citations were presented by Miss Katheryn E. Picke 11, Indianapolis, Federational National News Service chairman. They included: For most complete coverage of activities during National Business Women's week Oct. 5-12, 1947, New Orleans. Honorable mentions to Madison, Wis., Springdale, Ark.; Parkersburg, W. Va.; Uniontown, Pa.; and Mount Vernon, N. Y. Daytona Beach, Fla., had best news story in class 5, with honorable mentions to Madison, Wis.; Joliet, 111.; and East Liverpool, Ohio. —o— CENTRAL LUTHERAN WEST GROUP MEETS Central Lutheran west group was entertained by Mrs. Earl McKibben at her Clear Lake cottage Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. D. K. Lundbcrg led devotions. Reports were made on projects and plans were discussed for attending the Sunday school picnic July 11. Mrs. Larry Bryan. Mrs. Don Glaspy and Miss Mabel Jorgensen were guests. There will be no August meeting. Mrs. L. J. Norris will be hostess at the September meeting. -\ earance Shorty COATS Choose a pretty pastel shorty to take on your vacation . . . you'll find so many occasions to wear it ... and, best of all, you can buy at approximately one-haff of original price. BEGINNING FRIDAY I 'acciiion. HAT SALE $000 VALUES TO $12.95 Like bargains? You'll find plenty of them in this exciting sale! Summer-pretty hats that are delightfully cool for town . . . for travel! Yours at this cool, low savings! • CARTWHEELS! BONNETS! CLOCHES! SAILORS! ROLLERS! • HAIRBRAIDS! STRAWS! FABRICS! • WHITE, NATURAL, BLACK and OTHER POPULAR COLORS! -^."-r^>£ --<O>X \^+i&jT I;- <('£.' 'Eft .' AV-i^fc ^Atjro' ? •••,;- *\&/?M&* \ • VUifW ••:•' J McNALL-TRACY Nashua—Nashua relatives have received word o£ the marriage of Mrs. Gilbert Tracy, former Nash I'lan, of Janesville, Wis., to Webster, McNall, retired farmer of Janesville. The marriage was performed in the Methodist church at Emerald Grove June 13. The couple attended by her daughter, Mrs. Ted Walton, and his son, Webster McNall, Jr. A reception followed the ceremony in the church parlors for the relatives. They will make their home on the Tracy Hybrid Seed Corn farm, near Janesville, operated in partnership by Robert Tracy, and his mother. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT «r"v \ We Specialize in Wedding Veils and Bridesmaid's Hats 26-28 East State summer frosting Lacey edges on the cap sleeves, the square neckline, the button front of a Bayadere printed rayon zephyr shear afternoon dress. Just a breeze of a dress in purple, cinnamon, jade or wine with-white predominating in the multi-color print. Sizes 12 to 42. $17.95 < r/t'k XTo i>-V»»W'\iil V^vi /i.i/AiJtrf* .r-. •<•, K-!-j ; I** FASHION FLOOR SECOND

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