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DECEMBER 5 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 5-B WOMAN'S CLUB MEMBERSHIP REACHES TOTAL OF .1,137 Departments T e l l P l a n s f o r S e a s o n Club to Protest Adoption of Proposed Theatrical Code. Woman's club members received the news at their Tuesday morning board meeting at the Y, W. C. A. that the dirt) membership had reached a total of 1,137. Mrs. C. C. Carrick, membership chairman, who gave the report said that 564 are new members and 573 renewals. A change in the by-laws is contemplated and Mrs. J. L. Fauley gave an account of the work done by her committee in this respect. Mrs.- H. J. Steinberg read the revised budget which gives a greater allowance to all departments. It was voted to protest the adoption of the proposed theatrical code. Mrs. Charles Grippen spoke of the play in preparation, "The Youngest." Departmental a n n .- u n e ements were made by the various chairmen. Mrs. R. F. Kunz reported the progress on "The Messiah" which will be given by the music department Dec. 17. Mrs. C. E. Dakin told of the outdoor life department Christmas tea which will be held Dec. 13 at the library when Mrs. J E. Blythc will speak. Mrs. Hardy Pool announced the better speech and philosophy classes to be held Dec. 11 and Dec. IS under the sponsorship of the literature department. Mrs. F. C. Lovell told of the two women who have been cared for recently through the maternity b-2d fund. It was announced that 24 towels hemmed by the blind women of Iowa have been sold under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. W. Irons. --.;._ CORNELIA HUNTLEY, LAWRENCE TKEGO WEIT Miss Cornelia Huntley, daughter of Mrs. Bertha Huntley and Lawrence Trego, son of Clarence L Trego, were married at the Olivcl Methodist parsonage by the Rev ) "William Galbreth. They were at- i tended by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Huntley Guests at the ceremony were Mrs i Bertha Huntley, Miss Dorothy Daws I and Fred Kramer. Mr. Trego is em- [ ployed at the Princess cafe. IN CAST OF "THE YOUNGEST' MISS RAMONA LIESVELD ' MRS. F. M. HUMPHREY Mrs-. F. M. Humphrey and Miss Ramona Liesveld have parts in the Woman's club play, "The Youngest," which will be presented Thursday and Friday in the high school auditorium. The ticket sale begins Wednesday at Currie-Van Ness. Study Club Members Have Varied Program at Weekly Meetings Monday was an off day for most study clubs which ordinarily meet the first day of the week. Mrs. J. T. Laird, 311 First street southeast, entertained the Chautauqua club Monday afternoon at her home. Current events were presented by Mrs. W. T. Sinnard and Mrs. Wayne McGowan and Mrs. A. R. Sale gave the lesson on "Our First Great Landscape Painter-George Innes." Mrs. R. W. Fischbeck, 1104 Adams avenue northwest, was hostess to the T. A. E. club Monday afternoon. Mrs. S. A. Watts had current events The Woman's Club PRESENTS "THE YOUNGEST" 3 ACT COMEDY High School Auditorium Thursday and Friday--Dec. 7, 8 At 8:15 1'. M. Reservations at Curric-Van Nesa beginning- Wednesday, Dec, 6. General Admission 60c Members 10 c and Mrs. W. S. Lawrence spoke on Joseph Hergesheimcr. Twentieth Century club was entertained by Mrs. H. C. Friesner, 114 Fourth street northwest. Mrs. George Willis Hill had current events and Mrs. Frank Goodman gave a lesson on "And Still the Spirit of Christmas Lives." Mrs. W. J. Homrig, 608 Washington avenue northwest, entertained H. E. O. club Monday when Mrs. J. M. Maddy gave a book review. McIHNLEY I. T. A. PLANS SILVER TEA Plans have been made for a silver tea sponsored by the McKinley Parent Teacher association to bo held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the school. The proceeds will be used to purchase Christmas candy for the lower grade school children. MRS. H. E. QTJENUUB PRESENTS PUPILS Mrs. H. E. Quenrud presented her piano pupils in a recital Monday night at the home of Mrs. O. Stoltenberg, 1161 Delaware avenue southeast. The group included La Donna St. Peter, Junior Johanssc-n, Vivian Zack, Beth Griffith, Glenys Rosemeyer, Robert and Phyllis Quen- rud, Mildred Laidlow, Adene Tob- slng, Sue Glanville, Marion Peterson, Helen, Hazel and Gail Guslafson and Esther Nygren. I If U dCvUllUd every morning (the cost...a penny or less) to be SURE of your Hair Â»Â» Social Calendar "Hitlerism" to Be Topic of Lecture Current Events Department Will Hear Discussion by Mrs. Remington. "Crucial national problems--Hitlerism and Germany today--What of Austria?" will be the topics to be discussed by Mrs. W. W. Remington of Minneapolis during her lecture to the current events department of the Woman's club Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 2 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. This will be the last appearance of Mrs. Remington in Mason City until Feb. 7. She is making five lectures to the current events group this year. Plans are being made by the committee to accommodate the crowd which is anticipated for the lecture. Last month more than 400 were present for Mrs. Remington's talk and additional chairs arc being arranged to care for all who wish to attend the lecture. Mrs. Remington ia particularly familiar with Germany having spent some time there as a student a number of years ago. She has renewed her acquaintance with the country in recent years. WAY TO SMART ECONOMY SIMPLE TO REMODEL LAST YEAR'S FROCK WITH NEW SLEEVE AND COLLAR TREATMENT Globe-Qazette Pwrttss la CÂ«nt 1'atlern, 200 Flflb Avenue, New York tlly ' "- By D I A N A DA* ----^---- -- ______ TUESDAY HELPING THE HOMEMAKER D A N D E R I N E m a k e s y o u sure of your hair; takes two seconds to put on your comb Less than a minute--less than a penny to be sure of your hair all day long! To know it's clean, and looks clean. To know it will stay as you arranged it. 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You can buy a bottle of Danderine wave, Dandcriue will help you keep it. at any drugstore for thirty-five cents. T. N. T. club-- . 6:30 o'clock, Y, W. C. A. Century club-6:30 o'clock, Congregational church, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Ehlera, Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Makeover, Mr. and Mrs. David Cast, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Abbott. Unity Chapter 58 O. E. S.-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, vote on by-laws change, elect officers. East Side Social circle-7:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. L. V. Fox. Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Clio dull-Miss Doris Markley, 121 Connecticut avenue southeast, lesson, Mrs. B. A. Webster. WEDNESDAY Our Saviour's Ladles aid-2 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. Andrew Olson, hostess. Lincoln Rndio C. S. C.-2:15 o'clock, Mrs. Ray Bappe, 625 Madison avenue southwest, "Child and His Reading." U licit 'cm Bridge club-Mrs. B, C. Sullivan. 1307 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Senior G. F. S.--Â· 8:15 o'clock, Mrs. C. G. Maudsley, 23 Tenth street northwest, Christmas music from various countries. Current events department-1 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. W. W. Remington. O. T. T. club-1 o'clock, Amber room, Jefferson coffee shop, Mrs. K. E. Grecnlee. O\vcso chili-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Ivan Barnes, tcr. 70S Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Our Savior's Ladles' Aid-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. McKinley C. S. C.-2 o'clock, school. Loyal* 19 dull-2 o'clock, Mrs. L. H. Green, 408 Fifth street northwest, Christmas party. Shamrock clul--- 2 o'clock, Mrs. Frank Kelly, 821 Madison avenue northwest. Bridge clul)-- 2:15 o'clock, Mrs. Harvey Bryant, 108 Second street southeast. McKlnlr.y P. T. A-2:30 o'clock, school, silver tea and mtion pictures. Alpha Uelphlans-- 2-.30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., "Italian Stories," Mrs. W. H. Rees. B. and O. circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Oscar Martin, 1142 Madison avenue northwest. St. James Lutheran Ladles' aid-2:30 o'clock, church. Mrs. W. F. Beilfusa, Mrs. William Wohltmann. Cotcrlo club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. M. Robinson, 121 Washington avenue northwest. U. S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. Y. C. A., election of officers. P. E. O. Chapter GN-Mrs. J. W. Hight, Mrs. L. E. Newcomer, hostesses; Mrs. C. B. Leffler. leader. Auxiliary to IS. of R. T.-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. D. A. R.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Winter, 31 Fourteenth street northeast, current topics by members. I'pomon-- 7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. P. E. O. DZ-- 8 o'clock. Mrs. W. F. Ingraham. 217 Pennsylvania avenue north- cant, lesson, Mrs. F. B. Hathaway. A." HI. C. and B. W-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Phoenician- clu1--- 8 o'clock. Miss Gretchen Carlson, 511 Bast State street, lesson, Miss Mary Stevens. Blessed are the poor, when winter comes they can't afford to leave for a region that still has flies.-Midwest Review, By MRS. 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Prohibition Reform Set to Disband Mrs. C h a r l e s Sabin Sees Completion of Task Begun in 1929. WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. IO)-This is the day that means victory for the ideas of Mrs. Charles Sabin and the end of the task for iler ivo men's organization for national pro hlbition reform, so that picturesqu group will meet here Thursday to disband. Blond, always smartly-gownec tiffs. Sabin, who rallied a million and a half women to crusade for repeal, will preside over the flna session of the four-year-old organization. Organize" Vote. Her followers claim that the women's vot-3 they organized in local, stale and national elections for only avowedly wet candidates was an important factor In determining this major political issue. Women from 43 states have accepted Mrs. Sabin's invitation to come to Washington. Nearby states will send large delegations, New York's numbering 30. They wil make their final reports, close their financial books, arrange the recording of their history. 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Mrs. Sabin holds that, disbanded ationally. they will continue to unction in their several states in his cause. The high point of the organiza- on's history was when, in July, 932, it came out in support of 'ranklin D. Roosevelt, causing bout 150 republicans to resign. "It proved our organization had itality sufficient to survive differ- nces of opinion within itself," said Irs. Sabin. unior Women Hear Program Plans for Season at Meeting Meetings ot the philosophy class Dec. 18 and the better speech class Dec. 11 were announced to the junior women's department at their session Monday evening at the Y. W. C. A. Miss Irene Hoiman, chairman of the department, who presided, ?e- orted that a little theater group from Charles City will give the next rogram for tho junior women. 7hcrc will be no January meeting. "Alandoa, Mandoa," by Winifred Â·lolthy, "No Time Like the Present" iy Storm Jameson and "Testament f Youth" by Vcra Brittnin were evlewod by Miss Eleanor Me- Fellowship Presents 3 1 Act Plays Tragedy, Comedy, Fantasy Types Seen at High School. Three one act plays, a fantasy, a comedy and a drama, were given by. the dramatic department of the Young People's Fellowship of St. John's Episcopal church Monday evening In the high school auditorium winning- much approval from the audience. In the first play, "The Princess Marries the Page," by Edna St. Vincent Mlllay, Mlsg Louise Leach proved a captivating princess, playing opposite Thomas Gregory, the page. Grant Hunt was the king, Alfred deBiihr, the chancellor and Robert Sanderson, Harold Grier and Grover Stoecker, the three soldiers. The play had been directed by Miss Mary Sherman and was notable for unusual setting and costumes. "Just A' Suggestion," directed by Miss Katherynne Trisscl included in its cast the Misses Cicely Hinton, Millicent Marsh, Ruth Fisher, Sherman and Trissel. The scene was the stage of a local community house and the plot concerned the difficulties encountered in amateur theatricals. The lost of the three playa, "El Crlsto," by Margaret Larkin, was a particularly heavy sort of drama concerning "the Penttcntes," a religious order, and political intrigues involving them. Miss Ruth Irons directed the play which was performed by Mr. Gregory as Jose Valdez; Robert Bigg-, Manuel MaldeK; Harold Grier, his father; Miss Trissel, his mother; Kathleen McCormick, Rosalia; and Phillip Wlncgar, Ricardo. The high school orchestra under the direction of Miss Marjorle Smith furnished Incidental music. Place on Honor Roll Accorded to Students at Holy Family School Students who won places on the iionor roll at Holy Family school for the past month'8 work include Philip Phillipe, Paul Evans, llarlys Sheeny, Melva Tanner, Arlene Cavanaugh, twelfth grade; Marion Kramer, Mary Bird and Marion Weaver, tenth grade; Donald Burg, ninth; Kathryn Ann Knapp, Laura Mao Heidenry, Patvlcia Hughes, Donna. MelluB, Dorothy Schmltt, Marguerite Yezek, Richard Hughes, eighth. Joan Whalen, Eugene O'Brien, seventh; Margaret Fritz, sixth; Doris O'Brien, f i f t h ; Margaret Heidenry, fourth; Larenc Schmltt and Rita Sheeny, third. Rita A. Cavanaugh, Shirley Cook Thomas Currier, - Â·- Paul J. Marek, Joyce McGrath and Thomas Slcp- ickn, second grade. .;, , Perhaps the quickest way to end your days in this vale of sorrow ia to let your insurance lapse.--Â· Fountain Inn Tribune. 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