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April 19, 1947

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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'aim April 19, 1947M»»n Clly Gtikc-Oictle, M>»n CUT. la. Thompson-Thomson Wedding Is Held at Rake Church MRS. DONALD THOMPSON Wilson Pupils Give Program at PT Meeting Musical numbers were presented by Wilson school children at the meeting of Wilson P. T. A. Friday afternoon at the school with D. G. Klempnauer announcing the program. Miss Crescence Sobolik presented the kindergarten in a group of spring songs. The 2nd grade band and advanced Wilson school band played a group of numbers directed by W. A. Storer, accompanied by Mrs. L. C. McMillan. Mrs. Harlan Girton, presidHt, called the meeting to order and Mrs. F. C. DeSart gave a report on the district P. T. A. meeting at Clear Lake. It was announced that the P. T. A. board will entertain the Wilson faculty at an early supper party April 24 at the home of Mrs. F. J. Olson. The hospitality chairman, Mrs. H. C. Pendergraft, will have charge, assisted by Mrs. Curtis Amen, Mrs. C. R. Messer and Mrs. Chester DeSart. The association voted to give S5 to the newly organized 5th grade Girl Scout troop. Mrs. Leon Woodward, district P. T. A. director, installed the Rake—Miss Harriet Thomson of Mason City, daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. James Thomson of Rake, and Donald Martin Thompson of Mason City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Thompson of Elmore, were married at the Liberty Lutheran church by the Rev. Morris Ulring April 13. Miss Carmen Havnen played the traditional wedding marches and accompanied Mrs. Richard Holleque who sang. Mrs. Everett Oliver of Sandstone, Minn., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Herman Thompson, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Betty Thompson, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl. Miss Opal Quam and Miss Alyce Rene Okland were usherets. A reception was held at the church parlors for the immediate families. The bride is a. graduate of the Rake high school and is employed as a telephone operator in Mason City. Mr. Thompson is a graduate of the Rake high school and is attending Hamilton School of Commerce in Mason City. He was n the service. After a trip to Minneapolis, they will make their home in Mason City. Starry Home Scene of Nuptial Event Riceville—The home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Starry was the scene of a wedding April 17 when their daughter, Berniece, became the bride of Ralph L. Milhan. The sin- lie ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. William Bohi. The bride's attendant was her iister, Maxine Starry. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Harold Milhan. A lunch was served. Upon their 'eturn from a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Milhan will be at home in liceville. AA.U.W. Northwest Central Region Award Mad newly elected officers who are Mrs. L. T. Oldham, president; Mrs. R. E. Smiley, first vice president; firs. C. A. Erbe, treasurer; Mrs. M. D. Kubicek, secretary. Mrs. Girton and Miss Lena Nicholas, principal, thanked the acuity and parents for their co- iperation during the year. Tea .-as served by the 2nd and 6th rade mothers. On the committee vere Mrs. John Dibble, Mrs. H. R. lickinger and Mrs. E. L. Bailey. Globe-Gazette Photo liss Geneva Krieger and •Cathryn Myers poured. Miss Holds Portrait Exhibit at Mason City Library NURSING CARE IN YOUR HOME—Mrs. Velma Layton of the Public Health Nursing association demonstrates bedside care of a patient^at home which is part of the com- piunity wide service given by the association. Mrs. Layton is one of the 3 nurses who make up the staff of the association which also includes Mrs.* Bernice Beale and Mrs. Louise Krall. Bedside care is given by these nurses in Mason City homes, free to those who are unable to pay. Those who are able to pay are charged the established fee of $1.50 an hour or as much of it as they can afford. Bedside care is only one phase of the work of the Public Health Nursing association which during the week of April 21 to 27 will join in the nationwide observance of public health nursing week. The association is devoted to FRANK FREE, JR. A one man show of portraits that have won recognition at various convention exhibits around the country are on exhibition at the Mason City Public Library starting Sunday, April 20th, and will be on exhibition until May 3rd. The exhibition is the work of Frank Free,_Jr., whose studio is located in the Hanford Hotel. In this exhibit there is only one portrait that was made expressly for exhibition purposes—the others are exhibition size portraits made from the same negatives from which the portraits were made for the customer. The following persons are included in this exhibit: Mrs. B. R. Weston; Mr. James Rae, the late high school principal; Grant Wood, the artist; Major Joe Foss, Pacific war ace; our well known local boy, Hank Hook- Billy McCune of Fairmont, Minn.; William McAuley; Mrs. Robert Fisher; "Tootie" Long, daughter of Dr. Long; Miss Duva Baumgartner; Gerdes boy of Northwood; Grant baby; Miss Elaine Frank of Charles City; "Bill" Osmundson; Miss Lorraine Johnston; Gravelie baby; Miss Betty Phelan; Miss Vivian Knutson; Miss Betty Thomas; Miss Deanna Irwin; Marcia Free and "Suzy." In addition there is a group of oil colored miniatures comprised of Miss Marian Webber, Miss Dorothy Looney, Dr. Brownstone's son and daughter, Mrs. B. F. Weston, Mrs. Knutson, Mrs. Everett Wood, Mrs. B. R. Dunn, and "Sally"—also a group of large oil colored portraits consisting of Mrs. Steiger, Gross baby, Miss Carman, Thelma Raw, K. J. Hanson, and Geo. Price, and a portrait "Skippy" done on canvas. The public is cordially invited to view this exhibit during library hours. helping maintain a high level of community health and works with other organizations and institutions along these lines. This week the nurses have been assisting with an orthopedic clinic at the Mercy hospital. With the start of the Cancer Clinics in Mason City, they will be working with the sponsoring organization in this field. They are active in work of the Tuberculosis association, have aided in the fight against _such epidemics as polio, diphtheria and the like which the community has experienced, and help carry out the state venereal disease program as well as the state infant and maternal care program. ' ^ A poll is to be conducted in the community during the week to discover the public's awareness to the services of this group. —o— Dental Honor Roll Gets 3 More Grades Three grades in the Mason City public schools were added to the dental roll during the week, signifying that each child in the grade has had dental attention during the year. Mrs. Riley Lewis' 3rd grade at Jefferson went on the roll, the first room at Jefferson in 3 years to score. Mrs. Leila Hall's first grade at Harding and Miss Josephine Howe's 5th at Washington also placed on the roll. HOLY FAMILY CIRCLE MEETING CONDUCTED Mrs. Howard Johnson entertained Holy Family circle 11 Thursday evening at the Jefferson Amber room. Mrs. F. Losen, Mrs. Harold. Brown and Mrs. A. Napoletano were welcomed as new members. Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Mrs. Roy Berrie and Mrs. Levy DiMarco were guests. Following the business session, cards were played with prizes going to Mrs. L. J. McCauley and Mrs. N. Strange. Lunch was served. Mrs. McCauley will entertain at the next meeting. —o— A. U. S. W. V. CIRCLE CONDUCTS MEETING A. U. S. W. V. circle met with Mrs. S. Barron, 424 8th S. E., with Mrs. M. Barron, assisting. Mrs. W. Wilkinson, president, presided and the flag salute and the Lord's Prayer opened the session. There were 17 members and apprize was awarded to Mrs. Mollie Carlson. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ella Maddy, 913 Adams N. W. —o-— NEWCOMERS CLUB MEETS AT Y. W. C. A. Newcomers club met at the Y. W. C. A. for a dessert luncheon which was followed by cards. Prizes went to Mrs. R. H. Foutz, contract, and Mrs. Margaret Fuller, auction. —o— Jaquemart is the automata of a clockt consisting of a man and woman who strike the hours on a bell. The clock is so-called from Jean Jaquemart of Dijon, France, who invented the piece of mechan- SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY Chautauqua club— 1, First Baptist church. Monday club— 1. Hotel Hanford. U. G. L. club— 1, Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, 21 Rock Glen. H. E. 0. club— 1:15, Mrs. H. G. Blewett, 21 River Heights.' T. A. E. club— 1:15, Mrs. Lester Milligan, 925 Monroe N. W. Twentieth Century club— Mrs. R. L. Jackson, 76 Crescent drive. Y. W. C. A. board— 7:30, Y. W. C. A. Veleda club— 7:45, Mrs. Merle Hale, 1209 3rd S. W. Trinity L. D. R.— 8, Mrs. Marvin Lauen, 220 2nd S. E. First Baptist circle 10— 8, Ivy Morris, church. St. Helena's circle—8, Mrs. T. O. White, 25 Carolina S. E. Central Heights P. T. A.— 8, school. TUESDAY Wa-Tan-Ye club— 12, Hotel Hanford. Priscilla club— 1, Mrs. W. C. Johnson, 536 5th S. E. Amvet Maciison unit 1 — 1:30, Our Saviour's church. Roosevelt Elementary P. T. A board— 7:45. Mrs. Victor Hertig, 16 lltt S. W. F. D. P. club— 8, Mrs. Vernon Fleschner, 40! West State. Immanuel Youth People— 8, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Myers, 212 First S. E. Bethlehem Ruth circle— 8. Mrs. Grover Seeberger, 910 Monroe place N. W. White Shrine of Jerusalem— 8, Masonic temple. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8. I. O. 0. F. hall. Phoenician club— 8, Mrs. John Moen, 6 llth N E WEDNESDAY Bridge club— 1, Mrs. D. W. Grippen, Euchre and Cycle club. Emanon club— 1, Mrs. C. Roy Potter, Eadmar hotel. Our Saviour's Rebecca circle— 2, church. First Christian Fellowship— 6:20, church. V. F. W. auxiliary— 8, V. F. W. home. THURSDAY Recognition Is • Given Scientist at Convention The $2,500 achievement award of the American Association of University Wo'men was presented Friday night to Dr. Barbara McClintock, investigator in the department of genetics of the Carnegie Institution, New York, at the final session of the national biennial convention of the A. A. U. W. held in the Baker hotel at Dallas, Texas. Dr. Helen C. White, professor of English at the University of Wisconsin and national president of the A. A. U. W. presented the award, which is contributed by the northwest central region of the association in recognition of distinguished achievement by a woman scholar. The Mason City branch of A. AU. W. is in the northwest central region which made the award and irough its fellowship fund con- .ributed to award. Mr. McClintock was cited for her scientific contributions in the field of cytogenetics. To her pioneer research on the breeding and hybridization of corn are attributed advances in fundamental knowledge of heredity and evolution. In racking down the answers to litherto unsolved questions in hese fields, she has invented new echniques, combining the ap- approach of the plant breeder, the ;eneticist,, the cytologist, and mathematician. At Cornell uni- •ersity, where she was an instruc- or in botony and plant breeding, he helped establish a new "school" f geneticists, turning out some irilliant students. She remains a eader of this group, with frequent publications in scientific periodi- NEW ADDRESS MASON CITY :als. Dr. McClintock is starred in American Men of Science" as one if 1,000 scientists whose work is adjudged most important by other dentists, and is one of the few vomen who have been elected to he National Academy of Science. ihe has been with the Carnegie nstitution at Cold Spring Har>or, Long Island, N. Y., since 1941. 3 reviously she was an assistant irofessor. of botony at the Univer- ity of Missouri. She held a Gug- ;enheim fellowship in 1933-34, ,nd was a national research fellow t the California Institute of Tech- ology and the University of Misouri, 1931-33. Dr. McClintock olds the B. S., A. M. and Ph. D. egree from Cornell University. The fellowship dinner at which r. McClintock spoke closed a 5- ay biennial convention of the American Association of Univer- ty Women at Dallas. Two hold- rs of A. A. U. W. international :udy grants, Miss Helga Peder- en of Denmark and Dr. Cornelia eRanitz of Holland, also talked, elling what their year of study in ie United States has meant to lent professionally. Mrs. Dorothy ridgman Atkinson of Minneapo- s, national treasurer of A. A. U. V. and former chairman of the ommittee of fellowship endowment, traced the history of the .. A. U. W. fellowship movement, r. Meta Glass, president emeritus f Sweet Briar college, Va., pres- nt chairman of the endowment ommittee, presided. TINKERING WITH THE TINKER-TOY-Philip Gary Olander, 4i/. o Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Olander, is getting some expert assistance from his father in construction work with his tinker-toy set. The family is shown in its apartment in the K. C building. The Glanders arrived in Mason City from Los Angeles in January. Mr. Olander is a photo lithographer with* ———-— Kayenay and had been engaged in the same work with the Mission Engraving company of Los Angeles. They are originally from the middle west, both Mr. and Mrs Olander claiming Yankton, S Dak., as their home town. He attended the South Dakota State college at Brookings. Six years ago they went to Los Angeles. Mr. Olander entered the army air corps in the fall of 1943 and served in the China-Burma-India theater. He was discharged as a sergeant in June, 1946. The Olanders have joined the First Methodist church here and they are enjoying their new home town very much. Trinity Roosevelt circle— 12:30, church. T. C. club— 1, Eadmar hotel. Energetic class— Congregational church. Christian council group 3— 1:30, Mrs. R. J. Birch. 807 Washington N. W. Trinity West Park circle— 2, Mrs. Irwin Powers, 623 Jackson N. W. St. James circle 2— 2, Mrs. Silas Underwood. Immanuel Dorcas aid— 2:30, church. Athenian club— Mrs. Kenneth Clancy, 616 Washington N. W. Hanford Ladies aid- Mrs. Henry Diercks. G. I. A. to B. L. E.— 3, Labor temple. St. Ursula's circle— 7:45. Mrs. H. G. Weber. 1311 Pennsylvania S. E. First Methodist Jr. Service guild— 7:45, Mrs. Duanc 1. Knapp, 625 I 2nd N. E. aptist Y. W. A.— 8. Mrs. E. C. Sullivan, 1307 Pennsylvania S. E. ethlehem Mary circle— 8, Mrs. George Borger, 920 9th N. E. rinity Washington circle— 8, Mrs. Philip Jacobson, 416 Adams N. W. nchor Encampment auxiliary— 8, I. O. 0. F. hall. R. N. A. 8, Labor temple. Trades and Labor assembly— 8, Labor hall. FRIDAY Congregational Women's guild— 1: group 1, Mrs. George Senn, 101 Kentucky S. E.; group 2, Mrs. Earl Dean, route 3; group 3, Mrs. Carroll Adams, 305 Kentucky S. E.; group 4. church parlors; group 5, Mrs. F .C. Wilts, 1118 First S. W.: group 6, Mrs. E. J. Patton, 328 Carolina 5. E. First Christian council— 1 o'clock: Group 2, Mrs. A. L. Long, 213 5th N. W.; 1:30 o'clock: Group 1, Mrs. R. E. Robertson, 1615 Delaware S. E.; group 4, Mrs. Fred Miller. 702 9th N. E.; group 5, Mrs. Zaida Stevens, 936 Pennsylvania N. E.; group 6, Mrs. G. H. McCrary, 318 Rhode Island S. E. First Methodist W. S. C. S.— 1 o'clock: Circle 7, Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, 318 Carolina S. E.; circle 11, Mrs. R. O. Hayter, 616 Jefferson N. W.; circle 12, Mrs. Henry Rheingans, 526 loth N. W.; circle 15, Mrs. Bernard Main, 730 2nd S. W.: 1:15 o'clock: Circle 1. Mrs. L. N. Stott. 420 Delaware N. E.: circle 2, Mrs. C. E. Hewitt, 942 Delaware N. E.: circle 3, Mrs. C. E. Cooper. 630 8th N. E.: circle 4, Mrs. Theo. Tokheim, 1422 Hampshire N. E.: circle 5, Mrs. C. A. Maddocks, 639 10th N. E.: circle 6. Mrs. E. N. Wood. 844 3rd S. E.; circle 8, Mrs. C. H. Klinetob, 219 14th S. E.: circle 9, Mrs. C. J. Merkel, 1108 Jefferson N. W.: circle 10, Mrs. C. B. Harding, 623 Washington N. W.; circle 13, Mrs. William Hawley, 1015 2nd N. W.: circle 14, Mrs. F. F. Potter. 1139 West State. Presbyterian Women— 1:30, parish house. Japtist Johnson circle— 2. Mrs. Ivan Davis. 636 East State. oosevelt Elementary P. T. A.— j 2:30, school gym. i Fun Night is Being Planned for Rebekahs Plans for the Oddfellow-Re- bekah fun night were completed at the meeting of Queen Rebekah lodge Friday evening when Mrs. F. L. Curtis, vice grand, named committees for the event which is to be held on April 25 and 26. Mrs. Frank Brooking, noble grand presided over the session at which a communication from Vira Reynolds of Des Moines, assembly president, was read announcing the northern Iowa district convention of the order to be held at New Hampton on June 9. Following the meeting members held an old-fashioned spelldown, high prize being awarded to Mrs. Earl Leaman by Mrs. Brooking. Announcement was made of initiation of a large class of candidates at the May 2 meeting, with the W, Z and A committee to serve. ISSUE MARRIAGE LICENSES Cresco:—Marriage licenses have been issued to Robert Mendenhall, 27, Chicago, and Beverly Liles, 18, Red Wing, Minn.; Albert L. Prochaska, 33, and Pauline Zeman, 28, both of Lime Springs; Lee Anda Berding, 24, Marble Rock, and Cecelia Jensen, 25, Elma: Kenneth Weber, 28, and Eileen McGee, 19, both of Elma: Ralph Lloyd Mehan, 20, and Berniece June Starry, 17, both of Riceville: Ralph R. Brennan, 21, Waterloo, Lentz, 22, Edma. and Marie Old Time Party Is Given by Walthers Walther League of the Bethlehem Lutheran church met in the church social room for an "Old Time" party. The meeting was in charge of Shirley Groh, Patty Nolte, Donald Miller and George Alt. Donald Miller, impersonating Al Jolson, sang "April Showers" and "Ac- centuate the Positive" as an encore. Shirley Grqh and Patty •Nolte played 2 piano duets and a short skit was given. Games were played. The prize for the best costume was awarded to Larry Weir. The next meeting will be on May 1 and is to be a May Basket party. The spring rally is to be held at Elma on May 4. Cars will be provided for transportation. MILWAUKEE WOMEN PLAN CARD PARTY ' Milwaukee Women's club will sponsor a 1:30 dessert luncheon and card party Tuesday afternoon in the Milwaukee clubrooms. The party is for members and friends. Mrs. W. T. Cross is chairman of arrangements. CLEARANCE SALE Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY Please include 15c for mailing and 2% sales tax ALL MERCHANDISE IS FIRST QUALITY LARGE CRIB made by Baby Line, in Blonde, natural and maple finish. Double drop sides . . . adjustable spring . . . made of solid birch, no strips. Panels have beautiful designs . . . constructed to give many years of service. Mattress in pink or blue ... waterproof covering. This is all complete, nothing else to buy at the low price of only 37.50 Beds Are Packed And Can Be Shipped Safely Anywhere POLO SHIRTS—Solid colors . . . Green. Blue, White. Three button shoulder 2 thread knit . . . short sleeves. Sizes 1 to 3 ... Only 4!)c 2 PIECE PLAY SUITS—In green, red and blue check pattern. 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