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February 24, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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Woodward Chorus Is on Program Representatives of 1(1 women's patriotic organizations were pros enl for the patriotic tea given by the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday afternoon at the YWCA A group of boys from the Woodward Training School sang with their director of vocal music, Winifred Abrahams, as accompanist Their numbers were "You, You, You," "Over the Mountain," "0 Mcin Papa," "Heart of My Heart," "Y'all Come," ".Jambalaya" and "God Bless America." The .singers were introduced by Mrs. M a b l e Longshore who explained t h a t singing was part of Ihe training which the young people receive at Woodward. She told of the v a l u a b l e contributions which tho A m e r i c a n Legion A u x i l i a r y m a k e s in time and service lo the N U P T I A L VOWS SPOKEN-MIss Arlcnc Q u a m , daugnlcr^l^'and Mrs. Martin Q u a m of Forest City, and William Boyle, son of Mrs Josephine Boyle, MIS East Slate, were married in St. Joseph's Church by he Rev. W A. Armiill. Sister Mary Eleanor, organist, plaved the wedding marches. Injhcjritlal party were Mr. and Mrs. .lack'lJcncIer *who attended the couple and Dick Fox and Walter Killlc.son, ushers. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a white: Japanese nylon floor length dress with a pink lace bodice. Her pearl necklace and earrings were gifts from t h e bridegroom and she c n r - j ricd pink and white carnations, of AAUW Status of Women Chairman to Be Speaker "It's a Woman's World, Too," will be the topic of a talk lo lie given by Mrs. B. C. Fossum of Cedar Falls, slalti.s of women chairman for (he fowa Division of the A m e r i c a n Association of University Women, Monday evening al Ihe meeting of the Mason Cily ( b r a n c h of A A U W . Reprcsenlalivcs of other St. Joseph's Is Setting of. Wedding Dan Gallagher, 517 7lh S.E,, announces the marriage of his sister, Hose Ann Gallagher, to Charles W. Levins, son of Mrs. Frank Levins of LeMars, performed at St. Jo- SClhS C * lh 9. llc . C h u r c h T ««day status of women will be welcome,! according to Miss Dorothea Miss Kay McKaid acted as maid program at 7:45 p.m. Those who are interested in allending may call Miss Dunaway, 393G-W. Mrs. Fossum plans to lalk on Gallagher and Michael Nettleton. Nuptial music included solos by Carmcl McDaid who sang "Ave Maria," "Panis Angclicus" and MRS. expressed! :- a member of Ihe slate board of A A U W for two years and has been aclive in Ihc Cedar Falls branch Frances Shimer School, Mount Mission Group Holds Meeting SI, John's Baptist Mission group met at t h e home of Mrs. Eunice Stewart, 1017 Washington S.W. with 15 present. Mrs. Chrystiil Burrell, vice president, presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Izetta Kipper. Mrs. Peggi Kipper had the devotion topic, "Living Christian; Talking Christian." Mrs. Paulette Davis introduced the general lesson, "How Christians M a k e Christianity ineffective," which was taught by the religious instructor of education of the Five States Convention, the Rev. J. Q. Evans of DCS Moines. Four Aspects of Humanity" will be sponsored by the women Sunday at 8:00 p.m. at the church. The speakers are Dr. D. Long on The bride wore a light blue suit and a while hat and her corsage Social Calendar Mrs. Leo Allslol was general c h a i r m a n for the tea. Mrs. H. E. HetUer was in charge of Ihe tea table and registration, Mrs. Claude! Thomas, kitchen, with Mrs. Kiser,! Mrs. C l a u d e Potter, Mrs. A. E.' Smith, Mrs. Emil Johanscn, Mrs. Dchnert, Mrs. H. L. Gore and Mrs. II. II. Boyce on the committee. Mrs. C. L. Marston and Mrs. Dehncrl presided al the lea table which carried out a patriotic theme in its decorations. versity of Iowa. Mrs. Fossum was an instructor of English and speech at Simpson addition to ' WEDNESDAY First Christian Congregation-(i:20, Church. Lime Creek No. 8 PTA-7:30, Sugar Beet School. Piano Practice Club-7:30, Mrs. Leon H. Woodward Jr., 2524 A d a m s S.W. St. Barbara's Circle-7:30, Mrs. Harry Arnold, 625 Connecticut S. E. Harding PTA Board-7:30, School. Hoover PTA-7:45, school. SI. John's Unit-8, Mrs. Max Shrock, 119 Dili N W . RNA-8,'115-12 Club. St. Francis Unit-8. Mrs. Frank M u r p h y , 310 14th N. W. THURSDAY GIA TO BLE-1, Labor Hall, public card party Athenian Club-- · 1:30, Mrs. E. E. Fleming, 503 · Pennsylvania S. E. Delphian Adelpha Chapter-1:30, Library. Woman's Club-2, Library. I m m a n u c l Dorcas Aid-2, Church. ·LUGA Club- Mrs. J. Hanson, Rock Falls. Energetic Class- Congregational Church. Baptist Gildncr Division-2, Mrs.. Dorothy Hurd, 1008 Harrison N.W. Bethlehem Sunday School Staff-7:30, Fellowship Hall. Degree of Honor Carnation Club-7:30, Mrs. Leonard Dean, 111 20th S.E. First Methodist WSCS-- 7:45: Circle 13, Mrs. A r t h u r G. Tippcn, 417 East State; Circle 14, Mrs. Andrew G r a h a m , 728 Birch Drive; Circle 15. Mrs. Warren L. DeVries.,11 Jackson S.W. Bethlehem Lois Circle-8, Mrs. Harry Romig, 1302 Washington N.W. Trades and Labor Assembly-8, Labor Hall. Anchor Encampment Auxiliary-, 8, IOOF Hall. , Garfickl PTA-8, school, public card party. --o-ST. TERESA GUILD DISCUSSES SIN St. Teresa's Guild of St. John's Womanhood met at the home of Mrs. D. L. Dibble, 1017 3rd S.W., and the lesson on "What Is Sin?" was presented by a panel including Mrs. Ambrose Flynn, Mrs. Douglass Clark and Miss Rose Marie Kuhn. Mrs. Harry Meyer was mod eratdr. Plans for the Lenten pro gram were discussed. .._...ii u ,, ui iiuiiui tti»u II»K uow" by Carol Griffith and " J u n with nylon net trim and car-jh.r's First Shave" bv Signa Van pink ami white carnations. TlieJHouten. JoAnn Wostwick, High ,1 ,, 2 S - , u · , r hacl a n a v y bIuc '|School student, gave a reading, "So mess with puik accessories and the Long B r o t h e r " bridegroom's mother, a navy blue Woodward school and her appreciation for it, . nln ,, [V m .· j^arroll, 111., and has her H.A. and Two special guests at the meet- 2 ' ° . , ]7 ° M - A ' de 8 recs TMTM the Stale Uni- ing tvcrc boys who h a v e been " 1UU1 J ' - .. - transferred from Woodward to the Cerro Gordo County farm and who enjoyed a reunion with their Woodward friends. Speech Students Robert Stout of the Roosevelt Junior High faculty introduced a group of his speech pupils who presented numbers. Carolyn DeWilde read two poems, ·"Captain, My Captain" and "America for Me." Marcia Nissen read a radio talk she had prepared on "Freedom, American Style" and Carol Christiansen gave two poems, "Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight" and "This Is America," T w o humorous declamations were presented, "Brother, Take a Bow" by Carol dress. Both had corsages of pink and while carnations. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the i m m e d i a t e family and friends at the YWCA. For going away, the bride wore a Ian suit with brown accessories and a corsage of carnations. After a wedding trip to M i l w a u k e e and other points in Wisconsin, they will be at home at 503 21st S. E. The bridegroom is employed by the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad Co., and the bride by the Mode O'Day. MAY BE A FAMILY AFFAIR . ...^..niT, nosc-pickfnit and a. tor- men tine rectal itch arc often tcll- tnlo signs of Pin-Worms . . . uely pnmnltcs that medical experts nny Infest one out nf tveru thren persons examined. Entire fnniilic* mny bo victims nnd not know it. To jr'o't rid ot Pin-Worma, ihoso pout* must not only ho killed, hut killed In tho Inrco intestine where they live nnil multiply. Thnt'u exactly what J«jno's I'-W tablets do ... and here's how they do (t: Firtt--o. ncJcntlflc conttnir curries the tahlnU Into the tiowcls before thoy ; lianolve. Then -- J»rnc'» modern, medicnily-approvnd in- ftrcdicnt goes right to .work--fetffa rin-\Vorm« quickly and easily. Don't take chances with this dnnftoroiin, highly contagious condition. At the lint iilfcii of TJn- Worms, h»k your druinrlit for genuine J«jriw'«P-WVermifuge..'. ; th! small,casy-to-tnkeUhlota.per- fected by famous Dr. D. Jnyno ft Son, specialist* jn worm remedies for over 100 years. JAYM for Joint Meeting Held by Groups McKinley Parent E d u c a t i o n Group met Tuesday evening at the school wilh the Madison members as guests. The program featured a talk by Herbert Morice, junior college psychology instructor, who spoke on "Is Your Child Normal?" Dance numbers were given bv Linda Meinecke who tapped to "Oh," and "Yes Sir That's My Baby," with Mrs. R. R. KcLso as accompanist, and Sharon Anderson to "Heart of My Heart" and "When I Lost You," accompanied by Mrs. Marvin Jensen. During the business session, Sirs. Murl Morris announced thai the March meeting ; will be citywide. Mrs. Henry Schonwald, Mrs. Richard Lockwoocl and Mrs. Goorge Swaroff were appointed to the nominating committee. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served. ---- O--· H your two-crust pics are soggy, this may be due to the fret that you have failed to make enough small slashes in the top pastry to let Ihe steam out. Mrs. Hughes Bryant presented the plan of the Crusade for Freedom through which "Radio Free Europe" is financed as one means of penetrating the Iron Curtain with the mcsasge of democracy. Mrs. C. L. Dchnert, unit president, presided during the program, welcoming the guests, who were from the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Daughters of U n i o n Veterans, the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, the Arnvets Auxiliary, the Women's Relief Corps, the United Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary, ; the Navy Mothers Club, and the Rainbow Division Auxiliary. Midwinter Meeting During the business session, a report was made on the midwinter conference by Mrs. Oscar Jewell and Mrs. Roy Riser. It was announced that the Mason City unit has been named a "Friendly Visitor" for a family recently moved to this community which is receiving assistance from the Auxiliary through the assigned child plan. H was voted to give $3 to the Cancer Society and to award history medals in the high schools another year. The Auxiliary will send the Globe-Gazette to the Des Moines Veterans Hospital. Plans Rainbow Girls Have Initiation Rainbow Girls held formal initiation at a meeting Tuesday evening in the Masonic Temple when Shirley Snyder, Margaret Parks, Patty Pearson and Dara Jones were initialed. Marcia Watson, worthy adviser of the Clear Lake organization and Corine Ashland, associate advfser, were guests. Ann Boyd received her 20 year majority which was presented by her Rainbow mother, Mrs. E. C. Fatland. Plans were made for an apron tea and style show to be held the latter part of March. The next meeting will be March 13. Refreshments were served. in PTA, Community Chest board and the Council of Church Women. Miss Dunaway is status of women chairman for the Mason City branch. She carried rosary, a gift from a crystal the bride groom. Miss McDaid had a black suit with a yellow hat and a corsage of yellow roses. Breakfast was served to the members of the immediate f a m i l y in the Aire-o-Hoom. Guests included Msgr. M alone, the Rev. L. II. Ileicks and the Rev. W. A. Ar- quilt. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Deitcrmann of Spencer, Miss Rosemary Obermier of Briarcliff College, Sioux City, and Feb. 24, _ 1754 21 Ma»on Clly (Uobe-Gazettc, AUson Ciiy. 1*. Falls, S.D., mother of Mrs. Bur-. reH, was a guest. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Moss, 311 Monroe N.W., have returned from Collegevillc, Minn., where they visited their son, Kenneth, who is a freshman at St. John's College. Miss turned Clara Anderson has rc- from Hot Springs where she spent her vacation. Miss Doris Markley, 121 Connecticut S. spending a few i - i ,. " i"*-*-IH-UL o.rj., IH sucnume a Physical strength; T. Mitchell on weeks- at the Carolina Hotel mental strength; T. Mathre o n l p j n e h u r s t NC moral strength and the Rev. R ! ' J Cottman on spiritual strenglh. , S(anJ ^^ i ' It was (he president's birthday visiting his daughters, Mrs. Alvin and she group. Mrs. from thcJBriggs of Robbinsdalc' Minn.'"and _Edgar of Sioux|Mrs. Walter Burg of Minneapolis. Catherine's College, St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Levins left on aj trip lo McAUen,' Tex., and will b e j POTL T jrK CMPPFT? Dora Orr Weds Donald E. Asche EAGLE GROVE--Announcement has been made here of the mar- S U P P F H ^ riage of Mips Dora Mac Orr, daugh- TM ^* t r V,ncp VA, r lei- of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Orr, and H E L D A f MOOSE HALL Donald Eugene Asche, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Asche, who were married at the S a m u e 1 Lutheran Church. The Rev. B. F. Molstre officiated. T h e only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jacob- Miss Mary Helen Gallagher of St.TM l l e m s j blic TM s so P lcascd Catherine's Collenc. St, Paul W l t h °. ur , value « ^^ she bought TOT AND TEEN SHOP NEWS We were shocked one day when a cuslomer said she didn't know we had popular priced merchandise. She Ihought we sold only higher priced items. She was so pleased several things. If you have new spring coat sets at $7.95; girls coats at $9.95; girls' dresses to 6X at $2.25 and to sizes 14 at §3.35; boys' Healthlcx' polos at $1.19; boys' pants at $2.50; our own brand of the finest gauze diapers at $3.25 per dozen; Pla-pet boys' shirts at son. Mrs. Asche is a graduate of the Wolstock. High School and has been employed at the Bill and Flora Grocery Ihc past year. Mr. Asche is employed by Hormels in Fort Dodge. They will make their home in Eagle Grove at East Fifth Street South. A --o-Children under 5 are about 11 per cent of the U.S. population. . , "·- j-*-* u^Ji^n, *. jtt-jj^t jjt^yjs MUriS 2 _.,, same impression, please stop in to ?l; boys' Nylon shirts at $1.69- al home in LeMars after March 15.l scc us l ? c next ., lm . e - vou are shop-jpackage of two knit wash cloths """" -" w l w1 ] 1 dls P el this notion in Pastels at 39c; knit dress and panty set at S1.98; plisse snap crotch crawlers with ruffled bib at Si.69. This gives you an idea o£ our prices. 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