1941 Wapello Muscatine News-Tribune 2.28.1941

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1941 Wapello Muscatine News-Tribune 2.28.1941 - s j j i i Four One-Act Plays Selected for...
s j j i i Four One-Act Plays Selected for Presentation Wapello — Four one-act pljys have been selected from the eleven plays presented in the elimination contest before various assemblies during the, week. These plays will be given before the public on the night of March 4. They are, 1st, "The Ring and the Lark," Tommy Tuttle, Bob Stroup; Bertha, Helen Millijan; Marion Tuttle, Annette Pettis; Billy Martin. Jaye. Garrison; Mrs. Tuttle, Ann Boysen; Claire Burnham, Jean Wilson; Doris Moore, Valeri Bower; Evelyn, Orabelle Morris. Second, "Orville's Big Date," Orville, Keal McLean; Beatrice, Mildred Pontzuis; Vivian, Mary Jane Schroeder; Ethel, Marie Schweitzer. Third, ''Heads He Burns." Clem Radley. Bob Hook; J. Barston, Pauline Johnston: Sam Castrano, Jimmy Baird; Mike Miska, Russell Baldwin. Fourth, "Among Us Girls," Mrs. Darling, Delia Jean Dunlap; Mrs. Seymour, Flossie Hutchison: Mrs. Noyes. Marion McGill; Miss Birdie Talcum, Inger Barrick: Marie, Iris Knight. Home From Meet. Mrs.' A. W. Hinderman returned from Des Moines, Wednesday where she had been attending the February conference of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Molly 3eik is helping care for a grandson born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Ferril Smiley of Columbus Junction. Fifty people attended the benefit card party sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary and given at the home of Miss Myrtle E'rwin. Various card games were played at twelve tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. Allen Poage and Mrs. Lee Dotson in auction, to Mrs. Bell Garrett of Letts in contract. Mrs. Theodore Schwob won first in five hundred and Mrs. Floyd Miller first in Chinese 1 checkers. Draw prizes were given i to Mrs. Lewis Keck, Mrs. Alien] Poage and Mrs. A. J. Schroeder. | The next parly will be given at> the home of Mrs. A. W. Hinderman next month. The H. G. L. club met in regular session at the home of Mrs. 3. R. Dunlap on Wednesday, Feb. j 26. All enjoyed a social afternoon' following the short business meet- j ing. Mrs. A. D. Graves will be | hostess for the next meeting. ' Mrs. Edith Browning of Mediapolis has been visiting her friend, Mrs. F. M. McNeil, for several days. Mrs. Jesse Paxton and Mrs. Roy Creclman of Mediapolis attended a meeting of the women's society of the Cairo church. The Kings Daughter circle me,t with the leader, Barbara Hook, Tuesday after school. Loretta. Gresham was a special guest 2) Mrs. John Dunn, who has been critically ill at her home with a throat infection following the flu, is able to sit up part of the time. Mrs. Mary Yakle is helping care for her. • .-, Ten members of the Kensington club were guests of Mrs. Jesse Paxson Wednesday afternoon. The patriotic program was in charge of Mrs. Emma Williamson who read an original poem, "Tl]e Flag's Challenge," and conductkJ a patriotic quiz. The birthdays of. Mrs. L. M. Killer and Mrs. F. G. Hook were observed with gifts from Mrs. Lloyd Smith and Mrs. Glenn Mills. The next program leaders will be Mrs. F. M. Buch-j with Mrs. Will Sillick, hostess on March 12. Hays and Barnes Marriage Revealed^ Alcdo — Announcement is made today of the marriage of Miss Olive Hays, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hays of New Boston to Francis Barnes, son of Me. and Mrs. Ralph Barnes of Nevl Boston. The ceremony was an event of. Friday, Feb. 21 and took place at 2:15 p. m. John p. Mc- Swiggcn pronouncing the nuptials. The couple was accompanied O" Miss . Helen Hays and Delven Hays of New Boston, sister and brother of the bride. The bride wore a street length dress of blue Romaine crepe with white accessories. SPECIAL OFFER TO READERS ThiB coupon, with only lOc In cash, entitles holder to any Culinary Arts Institute Cookbooklet which has been released. Tho complete set con«lst» of 20 booklets which may be obtained J book each week at they are role aj ad. Cookboolclet* may be obtained at our bniincEi office. To order by mail, send thin !bu- pon with 15c for each Cookbook- let (10c, pltu 5c for handling &nd moiling), COOKBOOKLETS No. 1 and 2 NOW ON SALE MUSCATINE JOURNAL

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  1. The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune,
  2. 28 Feb 1941, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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