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August 20, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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WOMEN OloJje-flnzcltu pliolo by Alussei' COUNTRY'CLUB CHAMPIONS--Women golfers of the Mason City Country Club held their annual meeting and slap dinner Tuesday evening- at the Club and awarded prizes to the winners in the women's j^olf tournament.. Left to right are Mrs. Keith Worm' houclt, tournament chairman, who presented the trophies, Mrs. Keith DeLacy, first flight winner, Mrs. .Tom Kelly, club*-: champion w i t h her trophy, and Mrs. George Kclsh, winner of the 9-hole flight. Mrs. W. B. Hathorn was runner up in the championship 18-holc flight; Mrs. Robert Griswold, runner-up in the 9-hole championship flight; Mrs. D. J. Woodworlh, runner-up in Ihe first flight. Mrs. Ralph Hibbard was winner of the second flight with Mrs. John Wolsfeld, runner-up; Mrs. M a r y E. Wil- » e SAFE m ALL SEPTIC TANK Saul-Flush for clean toilet bowls Get Pleasantly Perfumed SNI-FIUSH BOOMHOWER HARDWARE liams, Ihird flight winner, wilh Mrs. Harold Bianco, runner-up, and J u d y Girton, winner of the junior t o u r n a m e n t with Barbara Scrard, runner-up. There were 44 who took part in the tournament. Mrs. Wolsfeld presided during .he business meeting at which Mrs. Les Johnstone was elected chair- m a n ; Mrs.' H. W. Crawford, vice chairman, and Mrs. DeLacy, secretary-treasurer. Golf was played in the afternoon, prizes going lo Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. DeLacy, Beryl Bittncr and Cath- crinc Ward of Thornton, and Mrs. C. R. Servison. Following dinner, bridge was played with Mrs. William Ocrlel as chairman. M r s . Wormhoudt, Mrs. Paul McAulcy, Mrs. Clarence Kclroy, Mrs. DeLacy a n d Mrs. Steve Slahl received prizes. BRIDAL COUPLE VISITS STACYVILLE STACYVILLE -- Mr. and Sirs. James Lucas of Spokane, Wash., visited relatives in Slacyville Ihe past week. They were married at Spokane at the Cathedral of Oui Lady of Lourdcs. The Rev. Nicol Morin officiated at the double 1'inj, ceremony. Her bridesmaid was Foundation Grants Aid for League Iowa League of Women Voters members will benefit from a grant which has just been made by the Ford Foundation for a training rogram. The Foundation has awarded an nternship to Mrs. David L. Ross of Grinnell, slale League presi- lent, as a lay leader to serve as a trainer of trainers for the jcague. Her internship being in Jcptembcr and continues until February. Kenneth Bailey, a research associate in the department of speech at the State University of Iowa, has received a similar internship and will work with Mrs. Ross in the training program. The program will be launched Oct. 1 al Iowa Cily wilh a day's workshop. Attending will be al leasl one discussion leader-trainer from each of Iowa's 21 Leagues. Later Mrs. Ross and Mr. Bailey will visit the Leagues to give further help and to evaluate the Girl Scouts' Western Trip Is Good One How much fun 40 girls can crowd nlo a two weeks trip west is in- licated in a lelter written by Gail Grippen who is one of this group of Senior Girl Scouts who saved heir earnings for a year to finance a bus trip to Estes Park. 'We're, in Estes Park and our cnts are in a litlle hollow and when we wake up we see moun- .ains and trees all around us. It's really beautiful. It's so hard lo describe it or even take piclures. They just don't compare with the real thing. " W e / s p e n t our first night in Scward, Neb., in a cow barn--four of us in a stall. It wasn't really too bad, but the cement floor was a little hard. The m a i n feature of Ihe trip, before we saw the mounlains, was Boys Town. It's a city all in itself. Our second night we spent in a 4-H cattle lent in Greeley. We were going to drive on through, but we wanted lo see the mountains early in the morning. "People have been swell to us. As we go through a town of any size, we sing Towa* and everybody laughs and waves to us. In Greeley, some people heard us singing and came over and gave us a watermelon. "Nights have been cold, but comfortable. Last night the moon was bright and shining. It was silvery and casl almost silver moonbeams on everything. The stars were out and twinkling. The air was cold and clear and the tops of the mountains looked almost sil- T. A. E. Club Plans Year's Activities T, A. K. Club will start its new season with a luncheon meeting Oct. (i, according to the schedule which has been 'outlined by Mrs Walter llae, Mrs. · C. Koy Potter and Mrs. S. A. Watts who make up the program committee. Books lo be reviewed during the year include "Time to Remember' by Douglas, "Through Charlie's Door" by Kimbrovigh, "Tho Roai to Uythnia" by Slaughter,-"Grand ma Moses," "I Live Again" b rincess llleana, "The Ringllngs' by Harlou', "In Forbidden Tibet' by Lowell Thomas Jr., "They Nev or Called Him Henry" by Bcimet "Adventures In Two Worlds" b; Cronin," "Power of Faith" by Rin stock, "North W i t h Spring" b Teale, "A Man Called Peter" b Marshall a tu! "Our Way Dow East," M a i n e Charm String antl "My Window Looks · Dow East" by Elinor G r a h a m . One club lesson during the yen will be an account of a trip t ISurope by Mrs, Fred C. Ilcnc m a n . T. A. K. officers are Mrs. Foste Elliott, president, Mrs. lino, vie ^resident, Mrs. Hcncman, seen; L a r y ; and Mrs. Harry Wrigh treasurer. --o-- · TO WEI) MASON CITYAN -- Mr. and Mrs/ Fred Hall of Middletown, N. J., annomvc the engagement of their daughter, M a r y C!., lo .Fames W. Hoddens, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Fred W. Heddeius, JM18 South .^Federal. Miss Hall is in her junior year ill Fordham University in New York City, working for her fl.S. degree In secondary education. Mr. Ilcd- dcns was recently released from the armed .service and IKIS ' accepted n position as instructor of mathematics in the Decorah Public School. No date has been set for t h c wedding. Miss Ann Ungary. They will Iivej 1 r o g r a m _ The League state board in Spokane. AS SEEN I N LUNDBERGS [will meet in Iowa City Oct. 2, the lay following the workshop. The training will aim at improve- ncnt in administrative efficiency, {election and distribution of ma- crinls, conduct of local discussion rograms, a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of action ihascs and evaluation oC discus- ion and related League activities. Mrs. Ross and Mr. Bailey will vork under the direction of a com- nitlcc from Die State University f Iowa: A. Craig Baird, depart- nent of speech, Kirk Porter, po- itical science department, and few Roberts, college of education. Jar! Dalingcr of the department of speech will be active supervisor. --o-A Pennsylvania bituminous coal nine 'has a subterranean belt conveyor system 3V4 miles in length. Companionotte coaf-suit ensemble . . . austerely simple. The handsome-ness ingrained in imported mulfi-color tweed, the distinctive cot and fine tailoring. Wear the coat as a magnificent separate. Multi-color tweed in Brown, Green, and Blue. Each 98.95 TWENTY-EIGHT EAST STATE vcrcd. "Yesterday Shirley and I just started walking. When we got back we figured, thai we had hiked ovci 12 miles. We went to the top of a mountain--junior size, of course- but we could see all over and it was breathtaking. Every once in a while we could see where there had been a forest fire. There certainly are scars. 'On the agenda for today is a swim in a coid mountain stream, a hike lo the source of it and a thorough washing of 20 heads. "Whoever said that this elimalc was good for hay fever sufferers was crazy. The weather doesn't make us hungry but the food tastes good when we cat it. "We should be home Sunday or Monday. We're going to Denver next week and tJicn to Colorado Springs, Granlcy, Hastings and home. It's really grand out here." In early-rtay/ America, slave often protested because there wa ua. M, l«r t7 ajon Ully ;iube-(l»tett«, M»IO* City, I TO BE M A R R I E D -- M r . and Mrs. Frank C. Nochl of. Greene announce the engagement and ap- · proaching marriage of their ". daughter, Mary Lou, to Merlyn. Lee Albnugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. · Lee Albaugh, Charles Cily. Miss ,.S Noehl attended Iowa Stale Teachers College for two years and will teach in junior high at Col-. , well. Mr. Albaugh attended Upper Sown University for two ycnrs. , ; loo much terrapin in their diet; but in the gay ninelies the turtles became a very expensive dish for gourmets, only lo decline into' present-day obscurity on the menu, the National Geographic Society' says. FIREMEN AUXILIARY MEETS AT FIELDS Firemen's Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Douglas Fields, 521 21sl S. E., Tuesday, with Mrs. .lack Clark as co-hostess. After the business session, games were played, Mrs. Ralph Luecht receiving the prize. The next meeting will be Sept. n. Tilt: ONLY HANDCRAFTED MODERN CHINA Striking designs . . . colorful as California. Winfiekl China is durable ami ovenproof, too, ihc kind of fine china made d o u b l e slrenjilli for daily l i v i n g . Select your open slock pattern today. Gregerson, Mrs. M. 0. Ouverson, the Misses Corecn Erslaud, .lanico Skovgaard and Helen Andersen. Old h y m n s were sung, Mrs. Nels i\ndcrsen accompanying on the iinno. The next meeting will be «l Hie K. .1. Anderson home, !t02 13th S. E., with Mra. Oscar Eliason assisting. TO WED SEPT. 23--Mr. and Mrs. Harold MeCormiclc of. Garner announce the engagement and approaching m a r r i a g e of their daughter, .loann, to John Grund of ,Ioicc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grund of Maralhon.The wedding will lake place Sept. 21! at !) a.m. in the St. Boniface Catholic Church in Garner. TRINITY B. AND 0. CIRCLE HAS MEETING T r i n i t y Lutheran B. and 0. circle met in the Fireplace llootu in the Jhurcli Parlors Tuesday for a potluck luncheon. There were 12 members and five guests: Mrs. G i l b e r t SI endenzmg Uantlton · shalcs of subtle green on white tiuikgrouruJ. I R E J K D U f f H Star Of ftKO's T.OME S H A R E M Y I.OVF." says, "J use my Winficld China for formal entertaining and everyday serving, too." Also Available DRAGON FLOWER PATTERN 16-PiECE STARTER SETS 14.95 See Our Window Display · QUALITY · SERVICE at. Katz Cleaner's and Tailors 1 Day Service Everyday, If Von VVIsli. 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