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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 2, 1945
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Lr;-j MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945 Mason City Business,, Professional Women's · Club Largest in Stafe Program Is Presented at Meeting With the election of 2 new members to the Mason City Business and Professional Women's club Thursday evening at the Cerro Gordo hotel, Miss Tina Martin, president, announced the club 'membership as 113, the largest club in the state. New members taken in were Mrs. Kenneth Neu and Mrs. Lola Brown. Miss Martha Pattie, international relations chairman, .was in charge, of the program which opened with an account of some of the club's international activities from "Widening Horizons'," read by Miss Ruby DauSchmidt. Miss Lydia M. Barrette read the message of Miss Lena Madesin Phillips for International · day, Feb. 25. Miss Evelyn Oliver talked on "Internationalism B e g i n s at Home," pointing out the important .part which education should play in the development of international education and culture office to facilitate co-operation in education and culture among nations. Miss Oliver stressed the method of presenting history in schools' as a vital factor in the growth of internationalism: Dr. Stella M. Mason talked on . Russia, stressing the need for information and understanding of Russia which she said occupies one fifth of the world's surface and is as large as the North American continent. She described the land with- its vast forests which produce lumber for export and its wild life which makes exportation of fur and fish possible. Improvement of crops and stock through the collective farming system and eradication of illiteracy were discussed by Dr. Mason. . In concluding, she spoke of the position of women in Russia, the only country where woman is recognized as the equal of man. Miss Ruth Behrens presented, ENGAGED TO -WED--Seaman 2/c and Mrs. ,J. J. Buckland, 422 Taylor S. W., announce the en-, gagement of their daughter, Elsie M., to Floyd L. Elmore, seaman 1/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore of Waterloo. Miss Buckland is employed at the Mason City Tent Awning and C a n v a s company. The bridegroom-elect entered the navy 20 months ago and has just returned to San Francisco after spending a 15 day leave at home following duty in the south Pacific. No date for the wedding has been set. her high numbers, school 'Don't quintet in the Fence Me In," "I Dream of You" and "Accent the Positive." Announcement was made by Mrs. Paul Barclay of a rummage sale to be held Feb. 24 at the former Leone McGhee tearoom. Proceeds will be used to provide for the training of Chinese nurses. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. H. L- Bokelman of Chicago, Mrs. H. A. Krepsky of Colby, Wis., Miss Da Fern Hanson and Miss Marie Nerdig. . - : . . . - . Broadbeck-Griftiorst Nuptials Announced Kanawha--Announcements have been received of the marriage of Miss Miriam Grifhorst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grifhorst o£ Clear Lake, formerly of Kanawha, to Petty Officer 2/c John E. Broadbeck, son of William Broadbeck of Ft Lauderdale, Fla., on Jan. 16, in the Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran church in Chicago. The bride attended Kanawha schools and has been employed Installation Conducted ; by Circles Wesley Methodist circles met Thursday afternoon for their first meetings of the year, when the new officers were installed. The budget -and year books were planned. The chairmen announced the world day of prayer service to be held at First Methodist church, Feb. 16 at 2 o'clock. The'first chapter from the book "It All Happened Before" by Hoy B. Smith was studied for devotions and the lesson taken from the book "Behold I Stand Before An Open Door." At the meeting of arc 1 at the home of Mrs. R. Byerly, devotions were led by Mrs. A. Anderson and the lesson by Mrs. L. Birkbeck. New officers installed are, chairman, Mrs. Byerly; vice chairman, Mrs. V. Klupach; secretary, Mrs. B. Wallace; treasurer, Mrs. M. B artel]; membership chairman, Mrs. F. Johnson. Arc 2 met with Mrs. Wilcox for devotions by Mrs. F. Stoekberger and lesson, Mrs. E. Clayburg. New officers installed are chairman, Mrs. W. Wilcox; vice chairman, Mrs. E. Clayburg; secretary, Mrs. E. Smith; treasurer, Mrs. F. Stoekberger; membership chairman, Mrs. H. Whitney; publicity, Mrs. M. Hansen. Arc 3 met with Mrs. M. Peterson for devotions by Mrs. C. Schmidt and lesson by Mrs. R. Connelly. New officers installed were chairman, Mrs. Dora Thomas; vice chairman, Mrs. M. Peterson; secretary, Mrs. E. Fisher; treasurer, Mrs. V. Ward; publicity, Mrs. L. Hall. Arc 4 hostess was Mrs. Ada M A R K S BIRTHDAY -- Mrs. Frances Beneke, 418 Georgia S. E., celebrated her 82nd birthday at her home Thursday with several of her friends calling on her for the occasion. ^A birthday dinner was served in the evening at a table centered with a birthday cake and candles. The cake was the gift of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Beneke of New York City. An out of town guest was her daughter, Mrs. Roy Kellar ol Charles City. The evening was spent informally. (Lock photo) QaekhRtiart* Distress ci SaetqtSfirtfy ^·fwEJ^y ^^J919 in Florida. The bridegroom is now; serving with the seabees. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Sheridan Plaza in Chicago. Marjorie Loats Is Married at Belmond Belmond--Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Loats announce,the marriage of their daughter, Marjorie Ruth, to Kurt V. Ahlstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ahlstrom on Jan. -26 in the sanctuary of the Belmond Methodist church with the Hev. Hi Faris officiating. Miss Marilyn Benson and C. P. Wilkinson and devotions were by Mrs. M. Currie and lesson, Mrs. Hazel McAIpine. New officers installed were chairman, Mrs. L. Wilkinson; vice chairman, Mrs. Lulu Gaffney; secretary, Mrs. H. Wood; treasurer, Mrs. A. Steward; publicity, Mrs. E. Beaver; membership, Mrs. M. Orcutt. Mrs. E. Allen, hostess. Arc 5--Mrs. E. Allen was hostess to arc 5 and devotions were by Mrs. Linieicum and Mrs. N. Jones and the lesson, Mrs. L. Miles. New officers installed were chairman, Mrs. C. Linieicum; vice chairman, Mrs. E. Allen; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Ho well; publicity, Mrs. N. Jones; membership, Mrs. Jessie Buggies. Arc 6 met with Mrs. R. Anderson for devotions by Mrs. G. Buehler and the lesson by Mrs. E. Dihlman. New officers installed were chairman, Mrs.--Anderson; vice chairman, Mrs. E. Dihlman; secretary,'Mrs. W. Sawtelle; treasurer. Mrs. J. Snyder; publicity, Gertrude Komarek, Francis Havlik Wed Cresco--Miss Gertrude · Komarek, daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Adolph- Komarek' of Cresco, and Francis Havlik, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Havlik of near Elma, were married Jan. 30, at St. Joseph's church by the Rev. A. C. Woerdehoff. They were attended by the bride's sister, Lorraine Komarek, Hattie Hruska and Geraldine Vokaty as bridesmaids Maids of honor were Dolores Dou- Anniversary Party Held by Kiwanians Mason City Kiwanians entertained their wives at a dinner party, commemorating the 30th anniversary of Kiwanis International and the 24th anniversary of the local club, at the Hanford hotel Thursday evening. Martin A. Aasgaard, editor and publisher of the Lake Mills Graphic, entertained with magic and a variety of sleight-of-hand tricks. George Marty, past lieutenant governor of division 2 of the Nebraska-Iowa district, reviewed the history of the Mason City Kiwanis club and pointed out a number of humorous incidents. Mr. Marty was presented by the club's president, Roger Patton. During a shir (-removing trick performed by Mr. Aasgaard, Robert Stonfcs was the victim, and during KIwanian Marty's ta'Jt Mr. Stoyles narrated several pre -censored stories. Quiz contests were held with Dan G. Klempnauer as quiz master, assisted by Mrs. Harry Makeever, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Jennings, Mrs. Ralph W. Fischbeck, Mr. and Mrs. John Calhoun, Mrs. Max Boyd, W. .R. Strong, Roger Lyons, Ralph .Hart, A. L. Schmidt, and Dave Diercks. Music for a number of feats was furnished by Lester Milligan, club- secretary, and Harry Makeever. Mr. Strong and members of his social committee had charge. of general arrangements and decorations, which were of an anniversary and St. Valentine motif. Miss Mildred Milligan and Miss Betty Mae Geer assisted at the banquet tables. · . Special guests of the club were Kiwaniqueens Mrs. Roger Flickinger, Mrs. Jack Lampe and Mrs. L. T. Oldham, whose husbands are in the service. WEDDING REVEALED _ Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Helen Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brandt of Hampton, and Wayne Schmilt, son of Mrs. Emma Schmitt of Chapin, performed Jan. 30 in the St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran church in Hampton by the Rev. Norbert Augst. The bride was attired in a navy blue 2-piece dress with a corsage of red and white carnations. Miss Lois Brandt, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wore a 2-piece rose dress with white carnations. Donald Deam was bestman. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents after the ceremony, with the immediate families attending. They will make their home on a farm southeast of Chapin (Russell Photo). bek and Mildred Ludwig. bridegroom's attendants were The his A little Va-tro-nol op each nostril effectively and promptly relieves distress of head colds- makes breathing easier . .. also helps prevent many colds from developing if used in time. ·aSyll! Youll like It! Pollow directions In folder. VICKSYA-TMMIOI O. Hoy Ahlstroin attended the couple. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents immediately following the ceremony?, with Miss Patricia Parker. Mrs. Maxine Riggs and Mrs. Ruth Boiler serving. The couple left for Minneapolis on a short wedding trip. brother, Edward Havlik, Eugene Dbubek and Edmund Stika. Car drivers 'were Joe Ludwig, Jr., and James Opat, Ed Hruska and Ed Berka. · A wedding breakfast was served at the Komarek home in Cresco and a wedding dinner was served t the Protivin gym where the re- eption was held in the afternoon. A wedding dance and shower were leld there in the evening. The jride is a graduate of Rudolph- num high school in Protivin and rtr. Havlik was graduated from he Lourdes, high school- They are living on a farm west of Lourdes. C O L D C L O G G E D N O S E ' Feel stuffy? 2 drops in each nostril, help you breathe freer. Caution: Use only n« directed. Get I PEN ETIO USE DROPS Suit Fresheners!, Kathryn Ann Knapp Honored at Shower Miss Kathryn Ann Knapp, who is to be married to T. Sgt. Ronald W. Mahlstadt, XI. S. Marine corps, Cherry Point, N. Car., was honored at a prenuptial shower given + SOCIAL + CALENDAR FRIDAY Lincoln P. 1. A-7,-school, fun night. !ueen Kebekah lodge-8,1. O. O. F. hall. --o_ fliss Rosana Lelanrj "alks at Hamiltons Miss Rosana Leland, art teach- r at Roosevelt junior high, spoke n textile stencil painting at the Hamilton School 'of Commerce 'hursday afternoon. Miss Leland howed a variety of work which iad been done by her students anc terself in this field: Lunch cloths ablecloths, n a p k i n s , aprons louses, etc." She gave information on the availability of necessary materials and their prices, complete details as to the procedure for preparing stencils and paints for the paintini tself, demonstrating the painting if a ship in three colors. Miss and explained the completion of the "work, pressing and laundering. In the talk she explairiet :he plan of primary and secondary colors and the distinction between warm and cool colors pointing ou attractive 'combinations in* th color varieties. This was the third lesson on ar in the winter quarter developmen class at Hamilton. Clarion--Mrs. Edgar Simms vis ited in Omaha, Nebr., with he son, Marvin Simms, who is re covering from burns received sev eral weeks ago. iled Cross Sewing Done atY.W.C.A. ' Thirty, members of the Service iVives club met Thursday at ths Y. W. C. A. and the timeVas spent oing Red Cross sewing. The roup completed 25 face cloths, nd 5 tray cloths. Refreshments .were served by ilmes. Virginia Buckley, Eddie C, ones and Robert Nichols. Mmes. Beth Johnson, Imogene Emberling and Vivian Keller were named to have charge of cards and lowers for members who are ill: The next meeting will be a Valentine party on Feb. 15 with Mrs. 3ella Sanborn and Mrs. Louise furnbull in charge. NAVY MOTHERS MEET FOR DINNER Navy Mothers club met for a pot uck dinner with 10 members present at the home of Mrs. Leslie AngelL 1532 Hampshire N. E., Thursday. The women completed 10 pairs of slippers and 2 knee robes. Work was contributed by r Holy Family circle 11, Grace' Evangelical circle 2 and the Birthday club and a large shipment is being made to the veterans hospital at Cpvina, Cal. The next meeting will be Feb. 6. · HARDING P. T. A. BOARD MEETS Mrs. Wayne McGowan enter- ·tained the board of Harding P. T. A. Thursday morning at breakfast. Plans were made for the Founder's day program to be held next Thursday at 2:30. Thursday evening 622 North Federal. at her home, BLOUSES $2*98 Mrs. D. Trainer. Arc'7 (evening group) had as its hostess, Mrs. C. T. Benson. Devotions were by Mrs. V. Polansky and the lesson, Mrs. R. Pitman New officers installed were chairman, Mrs. Polansky; vice chairman, Mrs. Pitman; secretary, Mrs A. Monahan; treasurer, Mrs. E Weber; membership, Mrs. D Brodt; publicity, Mrs. A. Murrelle. --o-PAST NOBLE GRANDS CONDUCT MEETING Past Noble Grands met in I. O O. F. parlors Thursday with Mrs Wayman Closson presiding. Mrs U. W. Davis and Mrs. W. H. Ar nold were in charge of the lesson on "True or False Statements. Mrs. Nellie TJlrich conducted drill on "Motions and Amendments." A social hour followed and refreshments were Mmes. Guy Angel], Ira Finch, Albert Hass, T. H. Needham and Emily Coffin. WESLEY COUPLE TO BE MARRIED Wesley -- Banns of marriage were published at the St. Joseph's Catholic church this week for Miss Therese Weig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Weig, and Edward Drummer of Wesley. The wedding will take place the middle of this month. GROEN-PATJL Clarksville -- Pete Groen of Clarksville and Mrs. Irepe Paul of Waterloo were married at the First Lutheran church in Waterloo on Jan, 25. They will reside in Waterloo where both are employed at the Hath Packing company. R. N. A. HEALTH CLUB GATHERS R. NJ A. Health club met Thursday at the Moose hall with Mrs. L. G. Bird presiding and after the business session cards were played with 500 prizes going to Mrs. R. Mott, Mrs. Clara Engle and Mrs. M. Berry and bridge prizes to Mrs. H. L. Leake, Mrs. A. Zellar and Mrs. Barbara Gross. Mrs. Zellar won the traveling prize. Mrs. R. Longfellow and Mrs. Glen Wallace were in charge and Mrs. George Smith will have charge of the next meeting Feb. 15. Towels were embroidered and games played with prizes going to Mrs. Kenneth Bell and Miss Marie Speechio. A skit was performed by the Misses Mary Elaine Sheehy, Margaret Kelroy, Phyllis Knapp, Mary Elaine Skram and Mrs. Ed Mahler. . . . . Guests from out of town were Mrs. R. Al r 'Knapp of Fort Dodge, Miss Betty Bogardus of Bushnell, 111., and Mrs. L. A. -McGuire of Los Angeles. A buffet luncheon was served with Miss Knapp cutting and serving the cake and Mrs. Shirley Skram pouring. Hostesses were Miss Rose Cassidy and Mrs. J. E. Skram. A number of gifts were presented to the bride-elect. Committee Reports Presented by Women of Moose at Meeting Women of the Moose met in th Moose hall Thursday evening wit Mrs. Ed Walters, senior regen presiding. Monthly reports were given by the various chairmen. Mrs. Rudolph Haensch, alumni chairman; Mrs. John Nalan, publicity; Mrs. Winnifred Mills, membership; Mrs. Ernest Ries, social service; and Mrs. Ed Auck, war service, were among those reporting. Mrs. L. H. Engle, chapter 26, Moline, 111., was a guest. New candidates for membership were balloted on. An announcement was made that there will be a fellowship and friendship meeting at the Moose hall Feb. 6, at 8 o'clock. 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