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February 22, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 22 1934 WOMAN'S CLUB ART GROUP SEES EXHIBIT OF IOWA PAINTERS Mrs. Morgan Speaker for Association '"Discipline as a Means of Self Direction" Topic at McKinley. " At He meeting of the McKinley P. T. A. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Mildred Morgan of Iowa City, spoke on "Discipline as a Means of Self Direction." She stated that we never meet the same situation twice during life and because parents arc not always on hand to make decisions for children they should be trained from Infancy to make their own decisions; She emphasized the importance of keeping an open avenue of communication between parent and child which Is especially difficult and very desirable during the adolescent age. "To keep this avenue open parents should be slow in criticizing children when they bring their problems to them," she said. A group of children from Miss Mildred Miller's room sang several songs. Children of Miss Doris Knowlton's sixth grade also sang. Mrs. R. L. James gave two readings. Mrs. Roger Kirk sang accompanied by Miss Tandy. A play, "The Oracle Speaks," in honor of the thirty-seventh anniversary of the founding of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers was given "by a group of mothers. The cast included Mrs. Fred Aderhold, Mrs. C. Garner, Mrs. W. Pickering, Mrs. H. Fletcher, Mrs. P. R. Donaldson, Mrs. F. Hallo arid Mrs. D. C. Swigh- er. "My Tribute" was sung by the DIRECTS M.E. PLAY Miss CInriee Paul Is directing the pre-Eastcr piny, "The Centurion's Servant," to be presented Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the First Blethoflist church. · Misses Doris Knowlton, Mildred Miller, Lena Gutkneckt and Cora Murray. It wan voted to send $2 to the convention fund for Des Moines and a ?2 Founder's day gift to the national association. At the close of the meeting the teachers served refreshments. Given Farewell Party. JOICE--A farewell party was held for Miss Doris Bjellancl at hei home Tuesday evening. She will move with her parents to Minnesota in the near future. DAD SAID, YES! MOM SAID, NO! We're glad Dad is Boss, so we get Jensen's Glasses. XHANKS TO DADDY DR. W.O.JENSEN OPTOMETRIST Livergood Bros. 110 N. Fed. Public Work of Art Plan Is S u b j e c t Mason Cityan Has Canvas in Collection at Library. Members o£ the Mason City Woman's club art department gathered In the library assembly Wednesday afternoon to view the year's exhibit of the Iowa Artists' association and to hear a talk by Mrs. F. B. Woodruff on the public work of artlprogram. The Iowa Artists' collection, which this year includes a canvas by a Mason Cityan, Mrs. Harriet Crabb, contains work representative of the best being done in Iowa at the present and is distinguished for Iowa subject matter, as well as artistry and technlc. Mrs. Crabb's picture, "Fields in Summer," was done at the Stone City Art colony and depicts with accuracy and beauty rolling fields of grain on a summer day. Six Water Colors. The collection contains six water colors, "North Side," by Carpenter of DCS Moines, "Summer Bouquet" by Anita D. Dunn, "Across the Street" by 'Chris Glassell of Dubuque, "Still Life" by Ed Rowan of Cedar Rapids, "Sheltering Mountain" by Julia Haskell Oleson of Fort Dodge and "Atmosphere" by Josephine Samida of DCS Moines. Glassell has an oil painting, "Girl With Statuette," in the exhibit. Other oils are "Four Sisters and the Commander" by Louise Orwig of Des Moines, "Road to Stone City" by Pauline Townsend of Elliott, "Grain" and "No Work" by Byron Boyd of Des Moines, "The Black Mesa" by Kerr Forman of Des Moines, "Road to the Sea" by Anne Brunk of Des Moines, "Heads and Tails" by Nama Lathe of Mount Vernon, "Chelsea Parade*' and "Soda Fountain" by Margaret Triplett of Storm City and "House in the Desert" by. Dorothea Tomlinson Marquis of Des Moines. Des Moines Artists. Fred Hartsook of Des Moines who has had canvases in former club exhibits haa "Winter Garden" and "Fertile Fields" entered in this year's group. "By the Cedar," is the work of Alice Scatllff of Mount Vernon. "The Pink House," by Edna Hogan of Fort Dodge, "Tea Date" by Levin of Des Molncs, "By the Window" by Pelzer of Iowa City, "The Table" by Joseph Funk of Ot- titmwa, "Hearts and Flowers" by Matie Clark Miller o£ Des Moines, "Fortitude 1 by M. J. Van Alstyne of Gilmore City, "Still Life" by Ruth P. de Jong of Des Moines, PEPLUM OR TWO PIECE FROCK FOR SCHOOL OR OFFICE WEAR HAS SHIRTWAIST COLLAR, RAGLAN CUT SLEEVES, GOOD LINES GlDlic-linzetle Peerless 18 Cent 1'nlteni, 100 Firth Avenue, New Vork City ' ------ I--.- .ny DIANA Dii' ---------------It is so smart and up-to-the-min^ ute in bright tomato-red hairy woolen weave. The suede belt, the grosgrain tie and the wooden buttons tone with the woolen. The shirt-waist collar is white pique. Make it detachable so as to be readily laundered. 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LUt price, complete "And Life Goes On" by Mable Dixon of Des Moines, "The Rabbit Run" by Orr C. Fisher of Mount Ayr, "Hills of Shale" by Lucy Anderson of Fort Dodge, "Midwinter Thaw" by W. L. Morgan of Iowa City, "Monuments" by John Glassell of Dubutjue. Mrs. Woodruff In speaking of the public work of art program described the history of the movement which was started by Edward Bruce, landscape and mural artist. Ileglonal Directors. "The program is carried on under the direction of 16 regional district heads.and It is organized to give work to 2500 artists who are ifl need of employment and will be paid from $25 to 540 a week. The work to be done includes murals, easel pictures, designs and sculpture for public buildings. The artist is to have freedom of expression. He is to be chosen impartially for his ability. Regional beads are to be drawn from experienced museum directors who will judge the artist on his ability." Mrs. Woodruff pointed out that the program had been criticized for many things and read a number of the criticisms and showing that they are largely unfounded. She described the work being done in Iowa which is being carried on under the chairmanship of Grant Wood at the University of Iowa. Murals to .decorate the entrance of the Iowa State college library at Ames are being made. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES. EMMETSBURG, Feb. 22.--Several marriage licenses were taken out at the Palo Alto county clerk's office the past few days, the following couples applying for permits to wed: John McKnight, 30, and Johanna Knuth, 29, both of Lakefield, Minn.; Mllford Backstrom, 32 and Vyone Clark, 18, both of Curlcy; llelvln Egland, 26, and Selma Naig, both of Cylinder; Wade Nelson, 24, Spencer and Zelma Williamson, 22, Emmetsburg; Richard Hersom, 26, Mallard and Charlotte Piric, 2l[ Havelock; Wayne Dodge, IB, Graettinger, and Hazel Suse, 20, Ruthven; Russell Edwards, 23, and Lydia Wirtz, 18, both of West Bend. 3IKS. JOHN VAN DEEST HONORED AT PAJrtTY Mrs. John Van Deest was honored at a party given at the home of Mrs. William Mahlstadt, 1220 Massachusetts avenue southeast, which Mrs. B. M. Carr, Miss Doris Mahlstadt and Mrs. Lloyd Gecr were assisting hostesses. Mrs. Van Decse was Ruth Gnibreth before her marriage. A program waa given including music by Mrs. L. H. Lundahl a.companied by Mrs. G. L. Wallace, a reading, "Best of Friends," by Ronald Mahlstadt. Jigsaw puzzles were worked and fortunes told by Mrs. W. A. Carter. At the close of the party lunch was ssrved and a gift presented to Mrs. Van Deest GUEST ON BIRTHDAY Viola Morphew, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Morphew was honored at a party given Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. on the occasion of her thirteenth birthday anniversary. Games were played and a heart hunting contest was held Norma Schifelbein won a prize. Refreshments were served to the guests who included Joyce Allen Edith Gnffie, Opal Sandberg, Mildred Page, Gwcnythe Holub, Betty Mae Curtis, Grace Danielson, Gene vieve and Lola Mlllnnberger, Virginia Hibal, Lcma Herr, Mason City and Norma and Lola Schifelbein of Woden. Miss Mai-Jorie Potts and Miss Teresa Holt of the Y. W. C. A. were quests. Social Calendar THURSDAY Koynl Neighbors-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, initiation. Milwaukee Women's club-8 o'clock, club rooms, George Washington party, dancing and cards. Lime Creek 7 P. T. A.-School, northeast of Mason City, play, "The Kleptomaniac." Immanuel Luther league-8 o'clock. Ellen, Olive and Albln Larson. FRIDAY Baptist Mission circle-Mrs. J. T. Laird, 311 First street southeast, Mrs. Charles Gasswint's division, program, Mrs. Laird's division, hostesses, Christian Workers Divisions-2:30 o'clock, 1, Mrs. E. M. Jacobson, 541 Nineteenth street southeast; 2, Mrs. E. M. Duesenberg, 1117 Third street southwest; 3, Mrs. Andrew Murray, 210 Third street northeast; 4, Mrs. C. E. Sherwood, 702 Jefferson avenue northwest; 5, Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson, 214 Fifth street northeast; 6, Mrs. O. G. Austin, 824 Ninth street northeast. Trinity Ladies aitl-- 2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. John Luocleen, Mrs. Hans Benson, Mrs. Iver Berg. Kehckah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlors, ill's. A. C. Holly, chairman. Presbyterian Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, church, Leader, Mrs. C. O. Pasnau, hostesses, Mrs. R. W. Fischbeck, Mrs. Margaret Fisher, Mrs. Charles Garnsworthy. Baptist Gildncr division- Mrs. Clarence W. Jones, 514 Seventh street southeast. . Harmony Guild-Church, Mrs. A. B. Cook, Mrs. B. A. Sherman, Mrs. G. B. Pray, Mrs. W. A. Westfall, hostesses; devotions, Mrs; C. E. Burrets. Women's Lnhor Bureau-7:30 o'clock, Labor temple. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. MIKlJiIcy School circus-7:30 o'clock, auditorium, grade school children. Pleasant Rlilge club-Mr. and Mrs. Elgar Haight. Lutheran Friendship society-S o'clock, St. James Church, Mr. and Mrs. H. Maass, the Rev. and Mrs. O. Mall. Methodist Ladies Alit divisions-1, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ansel Wold, 511 Fourteenth street northwest; 2, 1 o'clock, Mrs. Jesse Price, 1020 Delaware avenue northeast; 3, 1 o'clock, Mrs. Mabel Hepner, 215 Adams avenue northwest; 4, 1 o'clock, Mrs. Ada Felt, 130 Second street northwest; 5, 1 o'clock, Mrs. E. U. Eikenberry, 1038 First street southwest; G, 1 o'clock, Mra D. L. Graham, 713 Carolina avenue southeast; 7, 1 o'clock. Mrs. F. G. Carlson, 511 East State street; 8, 2:30 o'clock, church; 9, 1 o'clock, Mrs. F. E. Finch, 522 Delaware avenue northeast, 10. 1 o'clock, Mrs. H. C. Griffith. 2 Twentieth street southeast. P. T. A. council-7 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., room one. talk by Mrs. Mildred Morgan. 55 Present nt Shower. GRAFTON -- A miscellanou; shower was held for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Merkel at the Otto Braun home Tuesday evening. About 45 guests were present. New Trends in Marriage Is Subjects Mrs. Mildred Morgan Gives Talk at Meeting at Y. M. C. A. "Modern Trends in the Relationships Between Men and Women" was the topic discussed by Mrs. Mildred Morgan of Iowa City at a meeting of young people Wednesday evening at the Y. M. C. A. "Some modern trends make for better relationships and some do not and need to be thought through again," Mrs. Morgan said. "Young people begin to 'date' at an earlier age than they used to, probably because the whole scheme of life is speeded up and also because society is not organized to allow them to do things in groups. Show of Affection. "There is more pu'ollc show of affection and there Is a more widespread expression of affection." Mrs. Morgan pointed out that the public show of affection does not mean as much to the. persons indulging as it might to the observer. She expressed disapproval of the spread of private expression of affection. airs. Morgan praised the practice of "Dutch dating" and said that while not practicable among those who are not very well acquainted, it :s a valuable thing, both now and in the future when it will make for better marriage. She spoke of the change in attitude toward sex and ol the fact that the "double standard" is disappearing. Sexual relations, outside of marriage are frequent only among the emotionally Immature, she said. Pruiscs Co-Education. Mrs. Morgan praised co-education and discussed the new status of women and its relation to marriage, pointing out that a wife is expected to be more than a good housekeeper and a mother of children. She stressed the idea that mothers should have interests outside their homes. "Divorce is more free, but just as serious as It used to be," she said. "Divorce leaves an emotional scar oil at least one member of the couple. More preparation la needed now for marriage." 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