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May 16, 1947

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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8 M«r 16, 1MT VMM City Glvkc-Oiultt, Mtm Cllr. I>. Pr/zes To Be Awarded In Annual Poppy Poster Contest - ENGAGEMENT TOLD—Mr. and Mrs. Clive F. Wyke, Rockwell, announce the engagement of their daughter,' Betty 'Jane, to Kenneth E. McClemons, S-l-2, Moffat Field, Cal., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo McClemons of Sheffield. Letters Given for Musicians at Roosevelt W. A. Storer had charge of a music assembly at Roosevelt Elementary school Thursday morning when those who had earned 700 or more points by attendance at music class, individual or group playing in public and good citizenship were awarded letters. Six pupils won the 3 inch letters: Barbara Payne, Jeanette Fisher, grade 3, Jack Holmlund, grade 4, Richard Peterson, grade 3, Rex Shipman, Judith Beal, grade 6. Four inch letters were awarded to Donald Wilson, grade 4; Lois Genzler and Jack Aeling, grade 5, George Seward and Delia Mather, grade 6. Charles Frahm, grade 3, Donald Jensen and William Muldoon, grade 4; Gail Hooper, John Colloton and Darrell Fisher, grade 6, received 5 inch letters. Six inch letters went to Jerry W.S.C.S. Homes for Children Are, Discussed "Our Homes for Children" was the theme of a talk given by Mrs. Fred Graham to the Women's Society of Christian Service of Wesley church Thursday afternoon at the church. She told of the various homes sponsored by the Methodist W. S. C. S. and how children are directed there into becoming useful citizens. The program followed a 1:30 dessert luncheon served by circle 5 of which Mrs. Leah Hall is chairman. Tables were centered with spring flowers and miniature maypoles. Devotions on "I Have a Concern With Thee" were led by Mrs. Dayle Kretzinger who stressed the importance of the church, Sunday school and home's working together as a unit in developing Christian character pointing out that religion is not a way of thinking, but a way of living. Mrs. Paul Peterson led in the singing of hymns, accompanied by Mrs. Gerald Snyder, and broughl the devotional meditation to a close with prayer. Mrs. Lament Constable, program chairman, introduced Miss Rheon Woodward who presented a group of Roosevelt junior high students in vocal selections. Numbers included "Trees" by Delmar Eggert, "Asleep in the Deep" by Charles Van Rye, "Indian Love Call" by Madelon Kemp, "I Heard a Forest Praying" by Robert Bloxham and "Sleepy Hollow Tune" by the 9th grade girls trio, Juline Adelsman, Madelon Kemp and Gloria Follmuth. Accompanists were Miss Adelsman and Miss Woodward. Mrs. Larry Folsom presided at the business session and announced that Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Charles Wood and Mrs. M. E. Clayburg would serve as a nominating committee to select the 1948 officers. It was voted to contribute -to both the Girl Scout and Y. W. C. A. camp funds and to send 4 dele- * ****** ********* ****** * Senior Recital ftailey-Quam. Wedding Vows Are Exchanged at Trinity Globe-Gazette Photo PRIZE WINNERS IN POPPY CONTEST NAMED—Winners in the poppy poster contest are pictured with their prize-taking posters. All students at-the Mason City high school, they are, left to right, Benton A. Preston who took first "prize of $5, Joan Fitzgerald who took 3rd prize and Roberta Scott, 2nd prize. Honorable mentions in the con- Chlupach 'grade 4; and Bruce Clarence Best, Rasmussen and Juanita Lightbody, grade 5; Shirley Orcutt and Larabeth Folsom, grade 6. Juanita Lightbody with 1,270 points took 2nd place in the city by only one point. Get RU of Them! Loathsome Cockroach*!, Silvtrfiih, Spidtn, ttd laip, CrieluM Mid many- ether CRAWLING INSECTS Ont Application of 1068 TENSITE Contain* Ytlitml 1068 Kill* end leave* a film which remains deadly to crawling' in«ci», for many weeki — TENSITE, effective, economical, easy to UM. gates to the W. S. C. S. Institute at Mount Vernon. Short committee reports were given and announcement made of the annual congregational dinner June 5. Tickets for the mother- daughter banquet May 22 were distributed. Special guest at the luncheon was Dr. Holden, representative of the Methodist National Board of Temperance who told of the educational program being carried on throughout the country by Dr. Hayward H. Johnson. The W. S. C. S. will sponsor Dr. Johnson at the regular morning services of Wesley church June 22 and he will also talk to youth groups during the'Sunday school hour. A short executive committee meeting preceded the luncheon and circle meetings were postponed to June 12 with the next general meeting on June 19. —o— Bits About 'Em Atty. T. F. Warner, Mrs. Warner and their daughter, Harriet of Twin Falls, Idaho, will spend the weekend with their cousin, Remley J. Glass, here. Mississippi expects to double its pre-war $120,000,000 tourist busi- Glorious new radio-phonograph in handsome, Tilt-Front cabinet. New Philco Auto- made Record Changer plays up to 12 records. No needles to change. Powerful radio gets Standard and Short Wave reception, with superb tone. King's Oniy Radio Show with John Scoff Trotter's Orcheilro, The Charioteers, Una Romay and Skitch Henderson. Tune In. NU-ENAMEL R. S. WEBER CARPET CO. 209 N. Federal Memorial Held By 2 Lodges at Moose Hall Women of the Moose and th joyal Order of Moose held an open neeting Thursday evening a Uoose hall, honoring the memorie of deceased members of both organizations. Taking part in the ceremon; were the senior regent, Mrs. Elmer Person, the governor, Ed Flavin the secretary, Art Clark, the treasurer, Hazel Nassen; the junior regent, Mrs. Vern Mott, the past governor, Herman Grunz, the chaplain, Jessie Carr; prelate, Harry Dull; junior regent, L. Bartholmew; junior governor, Henry Miller; treasurers, Winifred Mills and Roy Lease. The flower bearers who placed flowers at the altar were Harold Hansen and Lulu Tniesen. Mrs. Person and Margaret Whitney sang "In the Garden." The full initiatory degree was given to Lulu Rodberg, Alta Rodberg, Betty Patton and Velma Hills and carnations were presented to them by Mrs. Person. Mrs. Stanley Hanks, hospital chairman, presented a chapter night program including a solo by Marjorie Andersen, a reading, Carol Ostby; piano solo, Janelle Sheka. Margaret Whitney, child care chairman, announced a spring festival for May 29 by the children of members with practice on May 24. A card party was scheduled for May 21 with Valborg Lunn and Margaret Berry, in charge. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Stanley Hanks, Mrs. J. C. Martin and Maxine Pribe. The nex.t meeting will be June 5. test were awarded to Jack*- Venechuk, Jr., Dave Harris, Barbara Wolkenhauer and Shirley Hansen. All the posters will be displayed in Mason City downtown business places as a reminder to the public that the annual sale of poppies will be conducted May 24. Judges in the contest were Allan Patton and Miss Lydia Barrette. The students are pupils of Warren Ruby, high school art instructor. The prizes will be presented to the winners at the American Legion Auxiliary meeting next Wed- ROOSEVELT TEACHERS ARE GUESTS AT PARTY Roosevelt Elementary teachers and principal were entertained Thursday evening at the apartment of Miss Betha Wassom, 121 4th N. W. Honorees were Mrs. George Losen and Miss Maurine Benz. Dessert lunch was served, spring flowers being used as decorations. Bridge was played, high score prizes going to Miss Ethel Roberts. Miss Roberts and Miss Mildred Jackson were guests. nesday evening at 7:30 in the Legion hall. Mrs. T. E. Davidson is poppy chairman for this year. How the poppies are made by veterans and what is done with the funds earned by 'the Auxiliary through the sale of the blossoms will be shown in a technicolor "ilm at the Cecil theater Saturday. The film was shown at Clear Lake Friday. jold Star Records tearing Completion A final plea for families who lave not completed gold star serv- ce records for the library files to get the records in at once was nade at the meeting of the Past President's Parley of the Arneri•an Legion Auxiliary Thursday t the home of Mrs. Claude A. Thomas, 514 Pennsylvania N. E. There 125 records completed ind 20 are lacking to make the file 00 per cent. Plans were discussed or a project for next year. Refreshments were served by he hostess. The next meeting will IE June 19 at the home of Mrs. J. . Wolsfeld, 1119 2nd S. W. DONA MAE EDSTROM HONORED AT PARTY Miss Clarice Bower and Miss VTyrna DeWitt entertained 20 girls Thursday evening at the DeWitt ome, North Federal, at a mis- ellaneous shower honoring Miss Dona Mae Edstrom. Games and ontests were held with prizes oing to Miss Ruth Barlow, Marcia 'ree, Patsy Secory, Peggy Scheef nd Sally Walters. The honoree, vho received a number of gifts, •ill be married May 25 to Charles Idward Bistline. The hostesses, as- isted by Miss Elaine Plagge, erved refreshments. Mason Cityans x to Be Present at Convention Mrs. R. E. Sizer will represent the Mason City Milwaukee Women's club at the district meeting of the organization Saturday at the Hotel Mayfair in Sioux City and Mrs. Carl Anderson will be present as a district officer. Delegates from 11 chapters of Iowa and South Dakota will attend. Organized in 1924 by 23 women as a social and benevolent association, the club has grown to an organization of 60 chapters with nearly 19,000 members, and is active in social and welfare work in communities along the railroad. Local chapters sponsor sewing meetings; organize young people's social clubs; furnish milk for school children; provide circulating libraries and engage in other projects for the benefit of the community, Mrs. G. W. Loderhose o£ Chicago, president general of the club, will preside at the business session, which will open at 10 a. m. Mrs. Jay W. Bailey, president of the Sioux City chapter, is in charge of a 3:00 p. m. luncheon in the hotel ballroom. She will be assisted by members of the chap- Is On Schedule for Cornellian Miss Donnis Klempnauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Klempnauer, 1030 2nd N. W., will be presented in her senior voice recital in the First Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 3:30, by the Cornell college conservatory of music where she is a pupil of Francis German. Miss Klempnauer who is a soprano will be accompanied by Robert Lawrence of Clinton, a sophomore at Cornell and a pupil of Jacques Jolas. The recital is open to the public. The program will be opened with a group of 4 selections including "Phyllis Has Such Charming Graces," old English; "My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free" by Hopkinson, "Bist du Bei Mir" by Bach and "Maman, Dites- moi," old French. In her second group. Miss Klemp.nauer will sing "Widmung" by Schumann, "Traum Durch die Dammerung" and "Heimliehe Auf- forderung" by Strauss. Two selections from Puccini will be included in her third group, "0 Mio Babbino Caro" from "Gianni Schicchi" and "Un bel di" from "Madame Butterfly," as well as "Dans les Ruines d'une Abbaye" by Faure and "Les ponts de Cie." To conclude the recital, Miss Klempnauer will perform "Ah Love, But a Day" by Protheroe, "Go 'Way from my Window" by Niles, "The Complete Misanthropist" by Rosenberg and "May Magic" by Stratton. MISS ZELL NELSON IS HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Zell Nelson was honored at a miscellaneous shower given Thursday evening at the Henry Smith home, 630 Maryland S. E., with 26 guests present. Gifts were presented to Miss Nelson who will become the bride of Weston F. Cottrell on June 22. A gift was also given to Mrs. Waybe Wilson, recently arrived bride from England. Games were played, prizes going to Mmes. Wilson, William Muhlstein and L. H. Peterson and Miss Evonne Ricketts. Refreshments were served by Mrs. John Nelson and Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Sydney Children and Miss Juanita Nelson poured. Pink and white Announcement is made of the* marriage of Miss LeVound Quam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton O. Quam of Nora Springs, and Oatis Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oat Bailey, 1517 Madison N. W., which was performed in the Trinity Lutheran church May 13 by the Rev. Alvin Rogness. Spring flowers decorated the altar and nuptial music was provided by Harold Casey. Eleanor Weaver sang "O Promise Me." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white chiffon gown with a train and a fingertip length veil and carried red roses and gardenias. Miss Betty Hedrick, maid of honor, wore a heaven blue gown and veil and carried roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaids, sisters of the bride and bridegroom, were Margaret Bailey and Betty Quam, the former wearing a white gown and veil and the latter a pink gown and veil. Both carried spring flowers. Douglas Bailey was his cousin's bestman and the ushers were Warren Sprau and'Sonny Paseke. Mrs. Quam, mother of the bride, wore black and Mrs. Bailey, mother of the bridegroom, wore brown. Both had gardenia corsages. A reception was held at the bridegroom's home. . decorations were used. Neat 2-Piece Miss Arlene Munsell Weds Ronald Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. Munsell, Rockford, announce the marriage of their daughter, Arlene Ellen, to Ronald I. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albin G. Johnson, Willmar, Minn., which took place at the First Methodist church in Reno, Nevada, on April 6 with the Rev. Vincent W. Watson officiating. The couple's attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Babcock of Richmond, Cal. The bride is a graduate of the Kensett high school and the Hamilton School of Commerce and since that time has been employed in a secretarial capacity in Mason City, Denver, Colo., and is presently employed by the War Assets Admin- MRS. OATIS BAILEY Russell Photo ter. A district meeting was held in Milwaukee (Wis.) May 10. Meetings will be held later in St. Paul (Minn.) and Spokane (Wash.) Miss Etta N. Lindskog of Chicago is secretary general of the club. New Officers Named by Bethlehem League Bethlehem Walther League of the Bethlehem Lutheran church met in the church parlors Thursday evening for a business meeting during which officers were elected. Donald Miller was named president: Jake Eichmann, vice president; Wanda Pedelty, secretary, and Shirley Rosenberg, treasurer. Plans were made for the 54th birthday celebration of the Walther League and the centennial celebration of the Lutheran church, to be held in the church parlors next Thursday evening at 7:45. . There's nothing like a two-piece Committees to serve include suit-dress for that trim, slim look. CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS WATCHES PEOPLES'GAS 6-ELECTRIC Co. DIAMONDS 12 East State Street program, Raymond Aves, Jake Eichmann, Shirley Rosenberg, and Darlene Holetz; candlelight ceremony, Shirley Groh, Patty Nolte and Madeline Martin; decoration committee, Donald Miller, Larry Wier and Ellanora Lucas. In charge of music for the evening will be Darlene Bailey. Jim Best, Bernard Lucas, June and Lea Stinehart are in charge of refreshments. —o— CRONIN-DEXTER CIRCLE MEETS Cronin Dexter circle met with Mrs. Ella Maddy, 913 Adams N. W., Thursday and Mrs. Abbie Lawman was assisting hostess. Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson presided and following the flag pledge and the Lord's prayer, Mrs. Glenn Gilbert received a prize. There were 16 present. Refreshments were served after the business session. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Charles Bistline, northeast of town. —o— L. O. T. O. MEETING IS HELD AT HALL L. 0. T. 0. met in the I. 0. 0. F. hall with Mrs. Wayman Closson, great ashayhi, presiding. Plans were made for a pot luck dinner for the June 5 meeting with Mrs. Maude Maxson as chairman. The A. M. O. S. will serve lunch at the close of the entertainment. Court whist was played with Mrs. Basil Kintz and Mrs. Otto Gundlach in charge. • Prizes went to Mrs. Bert Meeker, Mrs. Harry Dolter and Mrs. Closson. —o— According to an old legend, the python was once the only poisonous snake. Its venom was so powerful that if it bit a man's foot print the man would die. , . And this one has the new longer jacket. You can turn it feminine by adding dressy buttons and following the square neck, sleeves, and waist front with dainty ruffling .... or use the tailored notch collar that comes in the pattern. No. 2159 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, and 48. Size 36 requires 3J yds. 35-in, 2i yds. ruffling. Send 20c for pattern, which includes complete sewing guide. Print your name, address and style number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. Just off the press, the summer edition of the Book of Fashion, brimful of brand new fashions and presenting a wonderful line-up of simplified pattern designs. A 36- page book, printed in rotogravure, illustrating over 150 practical, wearable styles for every age and every occasion, including the most engaging vacation specials. Send now for your copy, price 15 cents plus 2 cents for mailing. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. istration in the Bay Region. She also served in the WAVES for a year. Mr. Johnson was graduated from the Willmar high school and was in the navy for several years. He is a retail salesman for the Carnation ^omnanv. After a trip In Nevada,' the couple is at home in Richmond. MEETING CONDUCTED BY EVENING GROUP The evening group of the Central Lutheran church met with Miss Ann Landin, 252 Crescent drive, Thursday evening. The lesson on "Palestine of Today" was led by Mrs. O. C. Sorlien. Refreshments were served and a social hour followed. The next meeting will be in June with Mrs. Leslie Snyder, 1222 Rhode Island N. E. NOVEL CLUB HOLDS FINAL MEETING Officers were elected by Novel club at its last meeting of the season, Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Marvin Wolter, 120 Taylor N. W. Mrs. Willis Patton was named president; Mrs. Lloyd Peck, vice president; Mrs. John Dibble, secretary, and Mrs. F. J. Olson, treasurer. It was voted to give ?6 to the Y. W. C. A. camp fund, $5.25 to the Girl Scout camp fund and $2 to the' cancer drive. JEFFERSON CIRCLE HAS FIRST MEETING .Jefferson circle was organized by women of Trinity Lutheran church at a meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. L. A. Whipple, 692 1st S. E., the llth circle in the church women's organization. New officers of the circle are Mrs. Leo George, president; Mrs. Stanley Fremgard, vice president, Mrs. Niels Petersen, secretary-treasurer. + SOCIAL + CALENDAR FRIDAY Queen Rebekah lodge—• 8, I. O. 0. F. hall. B. A. R. E. auxiliary— 8, Labor hall. SATURDAY Our Saviour's Sunbeam Workers— 2, church. Trinity L. D. R.— 8, Mrs. Enoch Norem, 630 East State. R. N. A. HEALTH CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING R. N. A. Health club met in Labor hall Thursday afternoon for a business session in charge of Mrs. L. G. Bird, followed by cards. Prizes in bridge went to Mrs. Barbara Gross, Mrs. Paul Gustafson and Mrs. H. J. Miles and in 500 to Mrs. V. Coffin and Mrs. Margaret Berry. Mrs. Edward Lilly was in charge of the social meeting. INSTITUTIONAL NURSES OF DISTRICT MEET Institutional nurses of the 10th district, I. S. N. A., met at the Mercy nurses home Thursday night. "Nurse Personnel Practice" was discussed by the group and a social meeting for institutional nurses was suggested. 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