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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, June 5, 1948
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C.. y Mason Cityan Is White House Guest at Tea Mrs. Earl E. Heft of Washington, D. C., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wallmo, 816 Monroe N. W., was one of a group of Camp Fire Girl officials who were entertained at tea by Mrs. Harry Truman at the white house recently. Mrs. Heft, who was Nora Evelyn Wallmo before her mariage, is the newly elected district secretary of the Camp Fire Girls in Washington. She found Mrs. Truman to be a friendly and attractive hostess and enjoyed a tour through the white house. Mrs. Heft has a daughter, Cecilia Jean, who is a member of the Camp Fire Girls and the family also includes 2 boys, Earle, Jr., and Kenneth. The Hefts are on their way to Mason City for an annual visit here. Mr. Heft has a government position in Washington and has recently received his bachelor of science degree. He is continuing his night school studies, working toward a masters degree. WAUCOMA COUPLE WILL BE MARRIED Waucoma—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daily announce the engagemenl of (heir daughter. Rosemond Mary and Lowell James Scallon, son ol Mr. and Mrs. James E. Scallon, al of Waucorna. Business, Professional Women Open State Convention GRADUATES. WEDS—There's a busy week ahead for Miss Jean Ilcmy. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Heiny, North wood, with both graduation and marriage .on the schedule. Miss Heiny will be graduated Saturday from the state University of Iowa. She will receive the degree of bachelor of science in physical education. Dr. and Mrs. Heiny plan to attend the commencement exercises. On June 13, Miss Heiny will become the bride of Richard H. Mohr, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mohr of Canoga Park, Cal., at 4 p. m. in the First Baptist church of Northwood. SILVER TEA IS PLANNED BY CIRCLE A silver tea will be sponsored Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. James Morgan, 252 6th S. E., by a group of members ol St. Lucy's circle. • FLATTERING FASHIONABLE EYEGLASSES for you too! Old- fashioned eyeglasses caii "date" you, so come in today and have your eyes examined and see what's new in fashionable eye-wear GLASSES ON CREDIT 50c A WEEK! Huesge rist . . . Office i HELZBERG'S 23 South Federal, Mason City, Iowa Resist M. C Club Is Represented by Delegation Spirit Lake, (U.R)—Some 300 Iowa Business and Profeslonal women were expected here Friday for the roup's annual convention. Mason City's delegation was leaded by the club's new president, Mrs Harry Vick, and includes Mrs J. E. Osborne, Mrs. decile Bayless, Miss Vera Thomas, Miss Nora Faktor, Miss Loretta Welsh, Miss Clara Lewis, Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, Miss Mildred Kuhlemeier and Mrs. Winifred Horn. Mrs. Hamilton is a candidate for the office of 2nd v>rp president in the election which will be held during the convention. Helen Vanderburg, Shell Rock first vice-president and a candidate for president, will preside at the session since Mrs. Helen Barker, state president, has been called to California by the illness of hei father. —o— 59th Anniversary Is Celebrated Spillville—Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Tupy of Spillville were surprised on their 59th wedding anniversary when their children took them to the home :>f their daughter, Mrs. Joseph Pufter, in Cresco where a dinner was served to about 60 guests. Elizabeth Novak, 78, and Charles Tupy, 82, were born in this vi- inity and were married May 20. 889. They had 10 children of vhom 3 arc deceased. Mrs. Regina Holub, Mrs. Marella Puffer, Cresco; Charles Tupy, Chicago; Ed and Leonard Tupy, Spillville; Victor Tupy, Wn- erloo; Art Tupy, Little Turkey, vere present. They have 33 grandchildren and 7 great grandchild-en. WURLlTZER JVhn: \ou put a ll'urlitzfr piano into your home, yo:i are sl:o:vms ii:at you kavf mi far for music, an eye jor beauty, and a sensf cf :alne. Wurlitzer is the piano that musical America chooses first. Yes, more Wurlitzer pianos than those of any- other name are going into American homes and schools today. When you choose your piano, let Wurlitzer leadership be your guide. Come to our showrooms, see the new Wurlitzer models on display. Bclou- is I lie bcauiifi.I new \\urli:. '.<•! i'pindre piano 715. You rnav I'.axe il in scli-cied mahogany 01 figured walnut. OBSERVE 59TH ANNIVERSARY—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swestka observed their 59th wedding anniversary at their home, 28 4th N.W. They were married on June 3, 1889. Mrs. Swestka who was Mary Lukes before her marriage was born in 1868 near Jackson Junction and Mr. Swestka was born in Bohemia in 1863. The Swestkas have 4 children, Mrs. Emma Balek, Mason City, William Swestka, Austin, Minn., Mrs. Harley Erickson, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Ernest Erickson of Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Swestka platted the town of Jackson many years ago, after retiring from farming. Mason Cityan Is Featured in N. U. Musical Events Miss Constance Hatges, Mason* * * * * •' Cityan who is a graduating senior at Northwestern university, was elected into Pi Kappa Lambda, honorary music fraternity. Miss Hatges, enrolled in the music school, has appeared in musical productions during her schooling at N. U. Besides giving her own recital in March, she has appeared as soloist in the Bach cantata presented by the a cappella choir in April, and played the role of Musetta in "La Boheme" in May, given by the Northwestern opera ensemble. Miss Hatges has been a member of riii Beta, honorary speech and music fraternity since 1945. To climax her years at Northwestern, she was chosen to sing the aria "Pace, Pace" from "La For/a del Destine" by Verdi at the commencement concert on June 2 with the Northwestern university symphony. Miss Hatges is the voice student of Walter Allen Stults. She plans to further her study in voice and opera in Chicago. BITS ABOUT 'EM , Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Driskill,, 927 j Held TOT V UDI IS 15th S. E., have returned Irom ~ Washington, D. C., and Alexan- CONSTANCE HATGES 'OT LUCK DINNER CONDUCTED AT HALL L. O. T. O. had a pot luck dinner with the A. M. O. S. Thursday, VImes. Wayman Closson, A. V. Hertig and Jess Davis being in charge. Mrs. Maynard Fessenden nresided at the meeting. Plans were announced for a picnic Aug. 8 with the A. M. O. S. The next meeting will be June 17. —o— HEDDENS-KISER Charles City—Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Kiser announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Kay Kiser, to Paul Heddens, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Heddens, May 1, at St. Mark's Lutheran church, in Kansas City, Mo. ELECTROLUX CLEANERS AND AIR PURIFIERS Often imitated but never equaled rx Complete with 9-picce attachment set O. A. BUECHLE For sales and service cull 4438 or write 210 South Tennessee, Mason City Past Noble Grand Meeting Is Held Past Noble Grands met Thursday afternoon in the 1. O. O. F. parlors with Mrs. Irwin Repp in charge of the session which was attended by 27. Mrs. Maude Maxson read the auditing committee report. The issociation voted to hold a picnic it East park Aug. 5 and Mines. Ted Leaman, G. E. Dun tori and O. F. Repp were appointed to the committee. The program, a quiz on the Rebekah ritual and constitution, was in charge of Mrs. D. J. Perdue and Mrs. Leaman. Refreshments were served at tables decorated with candles and streamers by Mmcs. M. C. Fessenden, J. J. Goltz, J. M. Hazlett, Jcnnfe Van Kleek, Loretta Boyd and H. J. Doderer. —o— Our Saviour Aid Meets at Church Our Saviour's Lutheran Ladies aid met in the Victory room of the church with Mrs. Joe Factor conducting the meeting which she opened with Scripture and prayer. Mrs. C. L. Kittleson presented the topic, "Thou Art the Man." Bible study and discussion were led by Mrs. Robert Callanan. Mrs. S. M. Hendrickson was program chairman and presented poems by Pat Callanan, Judy and Mary Erickson and a song, "Jesus Loves Me" by the 3 girls. Reports on the W. M. F. con r vention were given by Mrs. Hendrickson and Mrs. C. L. Kittleson. Mrs. El if Erickson was received as a new member. Mrs. R. Ncsje served as pianist and Mrs. Herb Schwanke, hostess. Final Assembly Mrs. S. Hanks Elected Head by W. of M. Women of the Moose conducted election of officers at their meeting Thursday evening at Moose hall, naming Mrs. Stanley Hanks senior regent, Mrs. Lloyd Quinby, junior regent; Mrs. Barney Bartholomew, chaplain; Mrs. B. A. Nassau, recorder and Mrs. Claus Carstens, treasurer. Mrs. Walter Carr, senior regent, presided at the meeting. Full initiatory riteS were held for Mrs. Frank Holub and Mrs. Ethel Jacot. The membership chairman, Mrs. Gay Lum, presented her chapter night program, 2 solos by Miss Dorothy Gentman, who sang "Embrace Me" and "Night and Day," accompanied by Mrs. Roy Lecse. Plans were made for a banquet to be held June 17 at the Y. M. C. A. and it was announced that tickets were being sold by the reorder. This will be installation ight with members of the Loyal )rder of Moose and their wives s guests. Mrs. Leona Schrader, 'aterloo, associate regent, will lake an official visit to the chap- er June 17. Mrs. Gilbert McKibben, friend- hip and fellowship chairman, an- ounced a pot luck supper at the iall on June 8 at 6:30. Mrs. Don Schat'fer received the ttendance prize. Mrs. Carr and VIrs. John Fjelstad were escorted POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT -V » EV A.NCE MUSIC CO. EVERYTHING \ti MUSIC 124 North Federal Phone-1630 All these famous Pianos are sold in Mason City exclusively at Vance Music Co. • Steimvay • Haddorff • Chickerinp; • Everett • Cable-Nelson • Lester • Winter & Co. 9 REASONS WHY I'M FOR GOV. ROBERT D. BLUE ROADS—Since the end of the war, the State has contracted to spend $40,345,820 to improve Iowa's farm-to-markct roads nnd primary roads. The farm-to-market road system has been increased from 10,000 to 34,951 miles. A toad equalization program has been set up. SCHOOLS—The last legislature appropriated §12,980,000 for schools. State aid is now nt the highest in Iowa's history. Iowa is one of the 1) states which has increased its per pupil support to meet the national average of rising costs. AID TO CITIES AND TOWNS—For the first time in history, cities and towns now receive State aid. The State repays the local taxing units $1,586,200 to help cover the costs of property tax exemptions to veterans. ~* NEW JOBS—Over 250 new factories have located in Iowa, resulting in several additional millions of dollars in pay rolls. SOIL CONSERVATION — Iowa is cooperating in the Pick-Sloan Development plan and in local conservation programs. SOCIAL WELFARE—Benefits to the aged, to the deaf and blind, and aid to dependent children have been increased. Occupational disease law and a second injury fund act have been passed. HOSPITALS—A program to provide hospitals for local counties has been adopted. LAKES—$2,500,000 laVe and river improvement program has been instituted. SOUND ADMINISTRATION — Governor Blue's sound, wise Administration has saved the tax payers money while giving Iowa good, efficient government. GOV. ROBERT" D. BLUE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY MONDAY, JUNE 7 dria, Va., where they spent their vacation. Their son, Sgt. Everett J. Driskill, with the U. S. Marino Air Corps nt Quantico, Va.,was with his parents as a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Guatney in Alexandria. Mrs. Guatney is n niece of Mr. Driskill. Besides visiting places o[ national and historic interest, the Driskills attended Memorial day services at the tomb of the unknown soldier in Arlington National cemetery. Emil Ferch a student at the University of Iowa is u guest of his aunt,'Mrs. W. C. Clausen. 142 llth S. W., before leaving for' California,' where he will be employed. Iowa City Chapel Scene of Wedding Charles City — LaVonne Hcit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hcit, Charles City, became the bride of William Guthart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Guthart, Charles City at St. Thomas More chapel in Iowa City May 29. Officiating was the Rev. Leonard T. Bruggman, pastor of the University of Iowa Catholic student chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guthart attended the couple. Immediately after the wedding a reception was held at Hotel Jefferson, Iowa City. The bride is a graduate of the Charles City high school and wns employed in the office of the Oliver corporation here. Mr. Guthart. also a graduate of the Charles City high, is a student at the University of Iowa. They will make their home at Iowa City next fall. Roosevelt Elementary schoo hud its last assembly Thursday a 1 o'clock for the kindergarten and primary department and 1:45 for grades 4, 5 and 6. Mrs. Olandes Grosland presented a puppet show which included an educated lion. Teridu Bear Tim, Bunny Rabbit, nursery animals, Spanish dancers, an harmonica player and Mickey anci Minnie Mouse. The occasion was to celebrate a perfect dental program. —o— JUNE 19 IS SET AS WEDDING DATE Waucoma—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marron. Waucoma, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Elaine, to Vcrnon Perry, both of Bcrwyn, III., son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Perry, Wuucoma. The wedding date to be June 19, at Bcrwyn. Overseas Aid Is Given Help ^ by 7th Grade Everything from fines for chewing gum to a benefit basketball game brought money into the $64.25 contribution which the stu- i dents of the 7th grade social cience classes at Monroe junior ugh school collected for the Chil- iren's Crusade for overseas relief. The youngsters who are pupils f Miss Amy Steffen have tried 'arious methods of raising money 0 help children abroad. There was 1 penalty for chewing gum, with extra charges for bubble gurn. Jake sales and candy sales were neld. One group donated dues which had been collected for a party. Another group gave prize money received from the P. T. A. in the membership drive. The editors of the 7th grade paper sold-the copies and contributed the profits. Commenting on their work in collecting money, one 7th grader wrote, "It made me feel closer friends than before." Another's comment was, "It made me feel as if I was helping my neighbors and world peace," and another, "It made me feel as if I helped in bringing about better understanding." —o— Social Calendar FRIDAY Queen Rebekah lodge— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Kill Kare Klub— 8, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Davisson, rural. SATURDAY R. N. A. Juveniles— 2, Labor hall. Drive Out For Belter WINDOW BOX FLOWERS Blackbird Gardens f. Mile North of Sugar Plant o the altar and presented prizes jy Mrs. Lum for the membership Contest. Mrs. Carr was first and VIrs. Fjelstad, 2nd. The Women of the Moose spon- orcd a card party at the hall Wed- icsclay, bridge and 500 being clayed. Prizes went to Mrs. Lum incl Mrs. H. B. Hubbard, bridge, o Mrs. Guy Roark and Mrs. F. Beery, 500, Mornvcc. and to Mrs. George EVELYN MAE BARR IS HONORED GUEST Miss Evelyn Mac Barr, who will become the bride of LuVcrne Mallo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mallo, on Juno 11, \viis honored at a shower given by her aunt, Mrs. Carl Boyd, 221 21st S. E. Gifts were presented by friends and neighbors. Refreshments were served with Mrs. Otto Mallo assisting. —o— TABTTHA CIRCLE IS ENTERTAINED Tabitha circle ot Bethlehem Lutheran church met at the home of Mrs. Leonard Gorkowski, Rock Falls, with Mrs. C. T. Clausen, the Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Ilinz and Richard \\\n: r . as guests. A .social hour was hold nnd lunch was served by Mrs. Gorkowski. The next meeting will be with Mrs. R. O. Horn, 1407 Rhode Island N. E., July 7. —o— R. N. A. HEALTH CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING Mrs. E. W. Lillev and Mrs. Bert Meeker were in charge of. the R. N. A. Health club meeting Thursday at the Labor hall. Prizes went to Mrs. H. .5. Milnes and Mrs. Willis Bemiss. bridge, and to Mrs. L. G. Bird and Mrs. Margaret Beery, f>00. There will be no meeting on June 17. —o—LUCILLE HAG EM AN TO WED JUNE 14 Waucoma—Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hagciruin, Waucoma, announce the engagement and approaching marriage ot their daughter, Lucille Anna, to John F. McKay, son ol P. Kit-rou McKay. Waucoma, am Mrs. Loren Davis, Lisbon. The wedding will be June 14 at Waucoma. —o— 50TH ANNIVERSARY MARKED BY COUPLE Algona—Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer of St. Benedict, a rura" church community southeast o Algona, observed their goldei wedding anniversary Sunday. Al of the children in the family am all of the grandchildren attendee a Family dinner at noon at the par cntal home. Open house, chirm which ISO called, was held from to 4 p. m. .—o— AM VET AUXILIARY MEETS FOR SEWING Amvct auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Leslie Cookman, hospital chairman, 902 6th S. W., Thursday for a sewing meeting. A quilt was made and tied and white slippers for hospital patients were cut out. Announcement was made of a meeting of the executive board on Tuesday at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Glenn Wallace, 1121 2nd S. W. Mr-s. Cookman. served refreshments. NEWCOMERS CLUB TO HAVE LUNCHEON Newcomers club will have a luncheon Thursday at 12:45 at the Mason City Country club. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Willnrd Hunter, 3547J. or Mrs. L. V. Lcc, 3335, by Monday evening. CLOSING SOON FOR THE SUMMER We are making the balance of our material into Candies as fast as possible. WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY JUNE 5, WITH A FAIRLY COMPLETE LINE. "WORTH WAITING FOR" B. B. Dobson Candies «*fr- s*i o. /c ,-V '£? fcl '*& WIT WE R GROCER CO. 22 lOlh S. W. Phone 81 "\** ••.it's carefree -••it', calH° rnia's cat« |ina Catadna's eternal "Triangle"... daringly styled, wonderfully fitted. In luxurious nylon Laton taffeta Lastex... your passport to a thrilling season on the beach. Intriguing... glamorous... and in such beautiful colors. $'" mk IOOK FOR THEVV FLYING FISH charm Olhcn H.Ort to 20.00 rtalhlnK Suit* to sire Hi. 26-28 EAST STATE

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