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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1949
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„ 18 Jan. 12, 1949 Ma»»n Clly Glob«-G»ielte, Maion City, U. Christianity's Progress Topic of Discussion The Rev. Alvin N. Rogness •poke at the mission meeting at Trinity church Tuesday evening. He outlined the dawn of the Christian era and told of its slow progress through the Near East, Africa, Russia, China, India, Europe, South and North America— drawing his remarks from the book "The Christian Outlook" by Latourette. He said it took 1,000 years for Christianity to arrive in Europe; and told of the present day lack of a living interest there in any church. He said the world is at a dark point in religious activity but that there have been many such instances before that were always followed by a great spiritual revival. He said the greatest rivals of Christendom are Mohammedism, Buddhism and Hinduism of which Mohammedism is the foremost. Mrs. Dan Herrick presided. A committee of 3, Mrs. Stephen Vician, Mrs. Orville Knutson and Mrs. R. C. Beckman, were appointed to decide what type of organization the Mission group will be in the future. Mrs. R. C. Beckman had charge of the arrangements. Mrs. N e 1 s Andersen played the hymns. The serving committee were Mrs. Charles Blazek, Mrs. Elwood Detra, Mrs. Arnold Tyler and Mrs. Donald Picken. The next meeting will be Feb. 1 at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Nels Andersen presiding. GARFIELD P. T. A. BOARD HAS MEETING Garfield P. T. A. board met Tuesday afternoon at the school. Plans were made for a meeting to be held Thursday evening at 7:30, with Robert Pattee giving a talk on "Military Preparedness for Peace" and show a short film + + SOCIETY NEWS + TO BECOME BRIDE—Raymond Schmitz, route 4, Mason City, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of his daughter, Mary Laural to Ivan Gerdes of Sheffield. on military training. Mrs. Houston Peterson, vice president, presided BARKER-SPURBECK Charles City—Esther Spurbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spurbeck of Charles City, was married to Donald L. Barker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Barker of Marshalltown Jan. 6 by Lt. Fred Wessell of the Salvation Army. The double ring ceremony was performed in the home of Lt. Wessel. Attendants were Dorothy Barker, cousin of the bridegroom, and Carl Haue. They will Beside in Marshalltown. P.T.A. Hears Talk by Paul Scott Grant P. T. A. heard a discus- ion of "Religion Begins in the Home," given by the Rev. Paul 3cott, at its meeting Tuesday at he school. Donald Hohenfield and Jerold Bruce led the group in the flag )ledge and Miss Lulu Pearse read he spiritual message. Mrs. Vesta Tjarks read the president's mes- :age. Miss Lulu Pearse led the group n community singing, accompan- ed by Mrs. Dorothy Christoffer;en. Mrs. Warren Dalton, Parent education chairman, announced he Parent Education meeting for Jan. 19 at 7:30 at the school. Miss Charlotte Blumensteil's 2nd frade won the attendance prize. Miss Carol Starr's kindergarten mothers served lunch. Mrs. Floyd Bruce was in charge of the dtchen. METHODIST W. S. C. S. TO HAVE LUNCHEON The W. S. C. S. of the Firs Methodist church will meet for a 1 o'clock luncheon Friday in the church dining room with cirrles 2 and 9. in charge of refreshments BLANCHARD5 Free Photo MRS. GEORGE SENN Lock Photo FLOYD WADE Hildman-Ramus Wedding Is Held Luverne—Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ramus announce the marriage of their eldest daughter, Helen, and Irwin Hildman, son of Mrs. George Hildman, Wesley, which took place Jan. 7, at Livermore. The Rev. Father Duhigg officiated. The attendants were the bride's sister, Elizabeth Ramus, and Robert Oppedal. The bride is a graduate of the Luverne schools and for the past 3 years has been employed at Heftis Locker. The bridal couple left for a 2 weeks trip to Houston and Dallas, Tex. DOSTART-MERRITT Charles City — Robert Dostart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Dostart of Charles City, was married to Miss Gladys Merritt of Portland, Ore ., Dec. 21 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Merritt, Forest Grove, Ore., by the Rev. Albert C. Fuller, pastor of the Baptist church in Forest Grove. Attendants to the bride and bridegroom were her sister, Miss Genevieve Merritt, and cousin of'the bride, Eugene M. Cesil. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will be at home in Portland, Ore. —o— Equal parts of diced celery and pineapple are excellent for a salad when teamed with black olives and mayonnaise. Serve on shredded escarole or lettuce or on romaine. St. Joseph AT ALL A«P STORES Public Health Nursing Board Has Meeting A total of 164 visits made during December were reported by Mrs. Louise Krall, public health staff nurse, at the meeting of the Public Health Nursing association board, Tuesday at the Cerro Gordo hotel. Fifty-three homes were visited in these calls and of these 53 homes, 35 received free attention. This is care provided through the Community Chest allowance to the Public Health Nursing association. During the business session, Mrs. Samuel E. Wolf was elected membership on the board. to Social Calendar WEDNESDAY E. T. W. club— 6, Mrs. Foster EUiott, 806 Monroe N. W. First Christian Fellowship— 6:20, church. Holy Family circle 16— 7, Cerro Gordo hotel. Trinity Lincoln circle— 7:30, Mrs. L. A. Whipple, 692 First S. E. Holy Family circle 18— 7:30. Mrs. Anthony Kaminski. 913 Carolina N. E. Holy Family circle 8, Mrs. Victor Groh, 1008 Hampshire N. E. Bethlehem Ladies aid— 8, church social room. V. F. W. auxiliary— 8, V. F. W. hall. THURSDAY Baptist Y. W. A.— 7:30, Mrs. C. P. Berner, 176 Crescent drive. T. C. club— 1, Eadmar hotel. Sorosis club— 1:30, Mrs. Harry Sondergaard, 905 Carolina N. E. Energetic class— Congregational .church. Trinity Roosevelt circle— 2, Mrs. Wayne Chamberlain 1712 Delaware S. E. Grace Evangelical W. S. W. S.— 2, Mrs. Blanche Gmelin, 228 12th N. W. Baptist circle 5— 2, Mrs. Orpha Overturf, 338 9th N. E. Immanuel W. M. S.— 2:30, Mrs. Donald Kassar, 1130 First S. W. Athenian club— 2:30, Mrs. Charles Smola, 103 3rd S. W. G. I. A. to B. L. E.— 3, Labor hall. Monroe-Washington P. T. A.— 3, school, Hanford Ladies aid— Mrs. Charles Wagner. Garfield P. T. A.— 7:30, school. Calvary Ladies aid— 7:30, Mrs. James Demos, 218 2nd N. E. P. O. Clerks auxiliary—• 7:30, Mrs. William Bergman, 116 16th S. E. R. N. A.— 8, Labor hall. Immanuel circle 2— 8, Mrs. Ralph Paul, 414 Jeffer son N. W. Harding P. T. A.— 8, school, board at 7:30. Baptist circle 2— 8, Mrs. N. R. Siglin, 241 28tl S. W. Holy Family circle 9— 8, Mrs. Joe Ward, 806 Washing ton N. W. Anchor Encampment auxiliary— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Trades and Labor assembly— 8, Labor hall. Trinity Mothers club— 8:15, church. DEMRO-PATTEN Charles City — Ruth Patten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patten of Charles City and, Ronald Demro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Demro of Nashua, were married Jan. 8 in the Congregational church by the Rev. Harold W. Putney. Attendants were Mis Joan Patten, sister of the bride, and Stewart Demro of Nashua. Mrs. Demro is a graduate of the class of 1946. She will continue working at Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories. Demro, a graduate of the Nashua high school, is employed by his father. EASTERN STAR INSTALLS—Mrs. George C. Senn was installed as worthy matron of Unity chapter No. 58, Order of the Eastern Star, at an open installation of officers Tuesday evening in the Masonic temple with more than 300 members and guests present. Floyd E. Wade was installed as worthy patron. Other elective officers installed were Mrs. Maude M. Woods, associate matron; Hartley J.*Blewett, associate patron; Mrs. R. J. Hughes, * ecretary; Miss Marie L. Fuller, reasurer; Mrs. E. L. Gerard, con- uctress; and Miss Constance Jates, associate conductress. Appointive officers chosen by firs. Senn and installed were Mrs. i/Vade, chaplain; Miss Mary Jane ichwandt, marshal; Mrs. N. H. •Vood, organist; Mrs. Walter Balduf, warder, and Fred J. Riley, entinel. Officers installed to represent > star points were Mrs. Harrison R. Branch, Adah; Mrs. W. H. Paxon, Ruth'; Mrs. Richard Mennen, sther; Mrs. M. C. Miles, Martha, and Mrs. R. O. Hakenholz, Electa. The evening began with the opening march by the 1948 offi- ers. The flag pledge was led by VErs. Verne Mettler, worthy ma- ron. Distinguished guests presented were Mrs. A. R. Lenz, past grand matron; Mr. Lenz, chairman of the credential committee of the Grand :hapter of O. E. S. of Iowa; Mrs. W. H, Bishop, worthy matron of Park chapter, Clear Lake. Mrs, Mettler welcomed her juests and expressed her thanks :or the privilege of serving the chapter as worthy matron and H. ~Z. Kennedy thanked the chapter or the privilege of being patron. 5ifts from the officers were presented to Mrs. Mettler, H. E. Kennedy, retiring worthy matron and patron, by Mrs. Senn and Mr. Wade. When the 1948 officers retired, ,he installing staff officers en- .ered, the installing officer, Mrs. Artie Paxton, escorted by Mr. Senn; the installing marshal, Mrs. T. L. Hudson, escorted by W. H. Nicholas, and the installing chap- ain, Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, by E. J. Koser, past matrons and past natrons. They were welcomed by Mrs. Nicholas, past matron. Mrs. Hazel McCollough, welcoming marshal, invited the 1949 officers to enter. The obligation was given by Mrs. Paxton. The Hainbow Girls acted as escorts for the installation of Mrs. Senn. Taking part were Mary Senn, Ardith Miles, Mary Jean Paschen, Helen ray, Roberta Price, Bonnie Nicholas, Helen Hirt, Mary Ann Duncan, Ruth Leaman, Mary Nell Tessien and Pearl Nagel. Judy Senn presented roses to her mother, a gift from Unity chapter. Mrs. T. J. Kiesselbach, accompanied by Mrs. Carl Haase, sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "My Task," when Mrs. Senn was introduced. Mrs. Maude Woods, associate matron, was presented a basket of pink roses, from the chapter by her daughter, Mrs. Russell Deertz. Mr. Wade was presented a rose by his son, Rodney, and H. J. Blewett, a rose by his wife. Mrs. F. W. Vorhies presented to each of the Star points a white Bible from the worthy matron. Mrs. Hudson declared the officers installed. Mrs. Senn and Mr. Wade gave short talks and Mrs. Mettler, past matron, presented her successor a gavel. C. C. Halphide presented a past matron's jewel to Mrs. Mettler from the chapter. R. J. McEwen, past patron, presented a past patron's pin to H. E. Kennedy, a gift from the chapter. Mrs. Senn introduced her husband and her daughters, Shirley Mary and Judy. Mr. Wade introduced Mrs. Wade and their sons, Rodney and Robert. After the worthy matron had announced her committees, her daughter, Judy, presented gifts to the installing officers. Mrs. McCollough thanked her for the installing staff. C. C. Halphide gave the benediction. Mrs. E. J. Koser, chairman of the installation reception and lunch, was assisted by Mmes. Fred C. Wiltz, Harley Ransom, Joel Hanes, Harry Makeever, H. J. Lyons, A. L. Schmidt, Ruth Schmidt, George O'Neil and D. L. Dillon. The tables were decorated in yellow and green and the refreshments repeated the color scheme. Miss Lurana Warner and Mrs. John Balfanz poured.' Mrs. T. 9 O. Kittleson will be Rainbow mother and Jacob Magel, Rainbow dad for the Order of the Rainbow which is sponsored by Unity chapter. The next stated Prunes are delicious when pitted and stuffed with a mixture of soft sharp yellow cheese and finely ground pecan nutmeats. Serve the stuffed prunes on a bed of watercress and pass a dressing. meeting will be Feb. 1 at 7:30 p. m. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Calomel—And You'll Jump Oat of Bed in (be Morning Ruin' to Go The liver should pour out about 2 pints of bile juice into ynur bowels every day. If this bile 13 not Slowing freely, your food may not digest. It may just decay m the bowels. Then gas bloats up your stomach. You got constipated. You feel sour, sunk and the world looks punk. It takes those, mile], gontlo Carter's Little Liver Pills to got these 2 pinta of bile flowing freoly to make you feel "up and up." Get K package today. Effective In making bile (loir freely. Ask for Cartar'i LJttla Livar Pilli, 33* at any drugstore. CLEARANCE In tizei 4 *e> 9. Colors ar» Red, Brown, BlacV, Burgundy. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY These are better made shoes reduced for clearance. Values to 4.49 Mason City's Most Modern Popular Priced Shoe Store 21 SOUTH FEDERAL One group of women's locfers and sport shoes in Red, Brown and Black. Sizes 41/2 to 10. AA to B widths. Closed and open backs. Mason City's Most Modern Popular Priced Shoe Store GREATER VALUES MODE O'DAY '2.98 COTTON FROCKS ARE HERE AGAIN! mOD€ O' DflV Right Pencil-striped cotton with ruffled pinafore yoke and pockets. Zipper closed, red, green, royal, navy blue, in sizes from 14-20. &'*«? ;."'%% *&$$? Button-trimmed thou! der with cap »leevei and intricate bodice cut. Tie belt, big pockets. V Striped cotton in red or \ navy blue. 14-20. mOD€ O' DflV Just think—a mere $2.98 for such wonderful daytime frocks, styled in Hollywood for you! They're washable, wearable, and flattering as can be. You'll be wise to buy two or more at this way low, sensible price! $ 113 South Federal Ave.

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