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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 23, 1954
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12 F«b. 13,1954 CHy, U COMMISSIONED -- Among th« newly commissioned M a r i n e second lieutenants completing the five month basic training course in the Marine Corps schools at Quantico, Va , is Darrell U. Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Davidson, of Osage. He has been assigned to Camp Lejeune, N. C. Iowa Passes Ole Kfehtuck' in Bluegrass DBS MOINES --Kentucky col dnels might well be green as a mint julep with envy of Iowa's impressive bluegrass production average during the past seyera years, says the Iowa Development Commission. Despite the fact that Iowa ranked only second in the nation in production'of bluegrass seed in 1953, the smallest national yielc in seven years and 13 per .cenl less than originally forecast, the Hawkeye state remains foremost among states in production of this crop, which is as vital a source of pride to Kentucky as corn is to Iowa. In a final report released by the crop' reporting board of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Iowa shows an 'average total production of 13,060,000 pounds of cured bluegrass' seed,' from 1947 through 1951, or more than twice the average Kentucky production record of 6,960,000 pounds during the same period. Iowa's contribution to the supply of bluegrass seed constitutes approximately 25 per cent of the national average of 53,968,000 pounds during the 'five-year period. Rake Cfub to Hear Sugar Discussion RAKE -- The : Rake Community Club ,will meet at the schoolhouse Monday. The American Crystal Sugar Company will show a film on growing and processing of sugar. There will be a representative from the company Who will give a talk: Refreshments will be served. Upper Iowa U. Plans Adult Education Conference Educators to Study Needs Sponsored by State and College Groups FAYETTE^-A district conference on adult education wHl be held al Upper Iowa University April 22 This is a program sponsored joint ly.;by the department of public instruction, the Iowa Association for Adult Education, the State University of Iowa, Iowa State College and Upper Iowa University. Topics to be discussed are "Problems and Needs in Adult Education," "Understanding the Consumer of Adult Education" and "As We View the Future in Adult Education." The meeting will open at 10 a. m. and close at approximately 3:30 p. m. The meeting is. open to school administrators, adult education directors, county extension personnel, leaders of lay groups and organizations and others interested. One of the objectives is to dem- onstate an approved technique for using films. This ties in with a discussion of ; utilizing resources from outside a community in carrying on local programs in adult education. Also to be considered will be using community resources in carrying out adult education programs. . 'Requiem' to Be Given by SUI Chorus IOWA CITY -- The "Manzoni 1 Requiem by Verdi will be pre sented by the State University of Iowa Chorus and Symphony Orchestra Wednesday in Iowa Memorial Union under the direction of Herald I. Stark, professor of music at the university. Assigned solo parts for the pre- /enten ; presentation are Jean iressley, Bonaparte graduate student, mezzo-soprano; Stephen Hobson, SUI instructor in music, tenor; WUlard Snustad, Hendrum, Minn., graduate student, bass; and Penny Shoemaker, Alton, soprano Mrs. Shoemaker is a graduate o: the SUI music department. Mcmoria/ to Manzonr* The Requiem..was written, in memory of the poet Alessandro Manzoni, whom Verdi had always admired. The composer conducted he first performance of. the work n Milan, Italy, on the first anniversary of Manzoni's .death in 874. Verdi then agreed to conduct he Requiem on a tour which took he work to Paris, London and,Vi- *nna. Only Verdi and the soloists raveled, the chorus and orchestra being supplied in the cities them- elves. The text of the Requiem is filled AIRMAN GETS GLAD'HAND--Airman First Class Addison Denger of Dows, chosen as "Airman of the Month" at Mitchell Air Force Base, Long Island, N.Y., rates the spotlight with TV's MiltonBerle (left) and John P. Stack, manager of the Henry Hudson Hotel at New York. As part of the honor, Airman Denger was excused from squadron duties, reviewed a base parade, received a certificate of accomplishment is enjoying a three-day pass over Washington's birthday in New York. with the tragedy and mystery of life and death, and the hope and srayers of humanity- for divine ;ove, mercy and justice. It gives musical setting to the thoughts and meditations of the composer on the drama of life, death and eternity. North lowans Aid The concert will be the second srogram of the current school year :o be presented jointly by the chorus and orchestra. North lowans in the production are Virginia A. Bradley, Bancroft; Dorothy Caldwell, Britt; Charlotte Johnson, Clarion; Sharon Bundren, Dows; Marlys Long, Fenton; Phylis Helmke, Garner; T e r e n c e Shook, Greene; Calvin Hedegaarcl, Humboldt. Charles Griffith, Kanawha; Malcolm Westly, Manly; Maria Hatges, Vlason City; ; Meda A. Nelson, Northwood; Kathleen Amundson, Radcliffe; Arthur Diers, Titonka, and Maridean Speas, Union. UCT, Auxiliary Hold Elections IOWA FALLS--Newly-elected pf- icers of the United Commercial Travelers . are . Earl McClelland, senior counsellor; Warren Johnson, unior counsellor; Larry Slattenow, ecretary-treasurer; Floyd Trickey, :onductor; Hans Lovig, Page; Dalas Harlan, sentinel; A. H. Thompon, chaplain; Perry Aust, Arild Cepler, R. K. Knox, Dwight Brown, ixecutive board; Dr. W. A. Johnon, council surgeon. Mrs. Earl McClelland has been Sf EVENSONS SHOE DEPARTMENT Still Doing Business CLOSING OUT SALE! SAVE!! SAVE!! SAVE!! SPRING SHOES elected senior counsellor of the UCT Auxiliary to succeed Mrs. H. ilenn Ryan. Other officers are Mrs. .Warren Johnson, junior coun- sellor; Mrs. Dwight Brown, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Floyd Trickey, conductress; Page; Mrs. Mrs. Perry , Aust, Robert Cummings, sentinel; Mrs. Vcrner Ford, chap- ain; Mrs. Leo 'Miller, executive )oard chairman; Mrs. Arild Kepler, Mrs. Hans Lovig, executive board members; Mrs./ R. K. Knox, pianist;- Mrs. Larry Slattenow, Hope; Mrs. Clifford Brown, Faith. MEETINGS In North Iowa MANLY -- Mr. and Mrs. John Marker .were to entertain the Home Builders Group at their home Tuesday 'evening. NORTHWOOD--The VFW, Our Buddies,-Memorial 1 ;post, will hold regular meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. at the iOOF hall. , GARNER-iThe : , Rainbow Girls will hold a meeting at the^Masonic hall in Garner at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Members :are re quested to note the change in time. NORTHWOOD -- The Amvets Auxiliary was to meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. E. J. Holstad. : GARNER-^-fhe Past Presidents Club of the American" Legion Auxiliary will hold regular meeting Friday evening. ' MANLY.-- The Mystery Circle will meet at the church parlors Wednesday evening,' with Mrs. Gwen Joins, Mrs. Leona Lawyer, Mrs. Hazel Christiansen and Mrs. Jean Barta entertaining. ,' SHEFFIELD -- The WSCS will meet in the Masonic Hall Wednesday afternoon. Hostesses are Mrs. Raymond Mitchell, Mrs. A. L. Wartnaby and Mrs. C. L. Kammeier. · . NORTmVOOD.-- The American Legion post will hold its monthly open house r for men of the community Wednesday at the Legion room. A Swiss steak dinner will be served at 6 p.m. · GARNER -- The Spiritual Life Mission sponsored by the First Methodist Church will be held March 7-12. NORTHWOOD--The annual Red Cross roll call will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Northwood Cafe. Town- and township chairmen and county Red Cross officers will attend. MANLY--Sunhyside Circle will meet at the church parlors Friday afternoon, with Mrs. . C. A. Hendrickson, Mrs. Ora Dayton, Mrs. Elmer Snyder and Mrs. Jules Weining hostesses. MANLY--Mrs. Jusline'Deninger will be hostess to Lady of Victory Guild at her home Wednesday evening. Funeral at Greene for 'Arthur Sullivan GREENE--The body of .Arthur L. Sullivan, SB, former resident of Greene, who died in a hospital at Blair, Neb.; Thursday, was brought to Greene where burial was made in Rose'Hill Cemetery. Mr. Sullivan, lived in Greene from 1913 to 1943. His wife died at Greene in 1930 and in the following year he was married to Ada Gustin at Greene. She died in 1943. ' ; ; . Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Donald Moss, Waterloo; Mrs. Wesley Huff, Minneapolis; Mrs. John Fleming, Blair^ Neb.; and Mrs. Lee McKinnon, Los Angeles/Calif.; eight grandchildren, six great great grandchildren, and two brothers, John, of Newburg, Ore., and Ora of Kiowa, Kan. ATTENDS SESSION OSApE--Principal Ira Larson is attending the convention of the National Association of Secondary High School principals in Milwaukee, Wis. Larson took his family with him, as Mrs. Larson has a brother in Milwaukee and Larson has two brothers. BOE 1 0 5 E A S T S T A T E W A J T C H - D I A M O N D B-O-E Best of Everything AID KOREANS KLEMME -- The WSCS of the Methodist'Church made and sent to -.'Ptisan, Korea, for relief to the Methodist Mission, 131 pair of mittens and 115 aprons. - ou can EXPECT more Good drivers have a right to expect more out of their car ownership. . Thousands of (hese good drivers arc members of the Motor Club of Iowa. 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