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6 M^SON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTfc! FEBRUARY 9 Â·Â· 1931 . Â·Â· . Â· ' -- --- :: --~ : ~ ^ Â· , -Â·Â·f'tSUKUAKX 3 j^l 1Â»31 MOTION PICTURES TO BE DISCUSSED AT CLUB MEETING Lecturer to Give Address About Films Miss Gretchen Steiner Is Speaker of Wide Experience. . "The Movies and You" wiil.be the topic of the lecture to be given by Miss Gretchen Steiner. associate in public relations of Grinnell college .at the meeting; oÂ£ the Woman's club Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the First Methodist church. , Miss Steiner's appearance will be of particular interest to a number of Mason Cityans who knew her at Grinnell college of which she Is a graduate. . She is a graduate of Mme. Yvette ,' Gilbert's School of the Theater and yhas attended the University of Wis- iJconusih and 47 Workshop- at Yale " university! 'She took special speec i ; training- with ' Katherine Jewe Â·' Everts and was graduate student a ,; ^Columbia. Miss' Steiner was an instructor a 'Â« DePauw university, assistant pro fessor, in dramatic production a ; Vassar college and'a member of th Â· Grinnell college summer session fac - ulty. Her actual theater experienc includes work as director of th ^Community theater of Poughkeep sie, N. Y., director of ,Players o ; Niagara, Niagara Falls, N. Y,, for mer member of the Theater Gull company, N. Y., and a member o Otis. Skinner's company on tour. Â» Miss Steiner's topic will be par ticularly interesting -because of ,th : work being done by the Genera Federation in regard to motion pic tures in,an effort to have better films. __*_ ELIZABETH HOLMAN : HONORED AT PARTY TO BE SPEAKER - .- Elizabeth Holman, 15 Oak drive ; was honored at a surprise birthday Â· given by. a group of her friends Sat; urday evening at her home. A valentine motif was carried out in the Â· decorations and the evening was spent in dancing. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO 7 COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to J. - G. Frey arid Isabelle Olson, Clear Lake; John A. Lampe and Margaret Patrick, Mason City; Benhard Thompson and Mable 1 Mel. lang, Albert Lea; Alvin Mellang, Albert Lea, and Ruby Payne, Alden, '.' Minn.; Vern M. Van Note and Do- Â· lores Soli, Mason City; Cecil XTker Â· and; Elsie De : Buhr,' Rockiord, 'and -- TJoyd Hood, Mason City, and-Maflys :"Mei;r'iHv::Hambtnn-.-'-^-= : . - . - V - ^ ' '' . GRETGHEN STEINER of Grinnell will be the speaker at the general meeting of the Woman's club Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the First Methodist church. Her topic will be "The Movies and You." Bits About'em Communications received b y friends bring word that on Feb. 5 Harry B. Keeler, on his way to California by automobile, had arrived at Yuma, Ariz. A pleasant journey is indicated. Mrs. Keeler, on her way to join Mr. Keeler, will stop off in Colorado for a visit with friends and relatives. Mrs. E. E. Hunter, 943 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, will leave Tuesday for Greene, where she will coach the high school declamatory. contest ' * * * Miss Cora Hartwig, Nora Springs, ind Miss Luella Dougherty, 110 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, returned Monday from Des Moines where they attended the Y. W. C. A. business -girls' conference. Â«= * * Miss Charlotte Skene of Ventura as returned from Ames where she pent the week-end.\ -^ . * r ,t Â» Miss Dorothy' Hicks, 915 Jefferson avenue northwest, drove to Minneapolis Monday where she spent the day. , * * * , Mr. and Mrs. Hugh. McLaughlin have moved from ;thelr fcome at 609 Madison .avenues, northwest, to 122 Madison avenue, northwest. 'The Roy Igous"are living in the former McLaughlin residence. Ever Have Your TIES Cleaned? Send us Half-a-Dozen: as a test yotftt banUy know them from new ties Bright and Clean in color. Smartly Pressed Life-Saving Tests to Be HeidatY.W. J u n i o r s , Seniors Will Be " Judged in Pool ,, Tuesday. Women and girls will be given an opportunity by the Cerro Gordo Â·county chapter of the American Red Cross to try the life-saving testa for senior and juniors Tuesday afternoon and evening at the Y. W C A pool. These tests are planned especially for those who' have been receiving instruction from Miss Ruth Starks at her regular life saving classes each Wednesday during- the past five mouths, but any who wish to re-pass their tests at this time may do so by permission of Miss Starks or the Red Cross office. No Instruction. Requirements for passing the lifesaving tests are that juniors and seniors must have received at least eight hours of instruction by an instructor qualified by the Red Cross. No instruction will be given during the tests. Juniors must be at least 12 years of age, and seniors from 17 years up. These tests will be in charge of Edward Babcock, who has served the chapter as one of the examiners at the life-saving tests held at the Clear Lake beach last summer. He will be assisted by Miss Starks and the chapter will be represented by the secretary, -Agnes Helbig. Begin at 4 o'clock. All juniors will report promptly at 4 o'clock or as soon after that hour as is possible. Seniors will report to the Y. W. C. A. pool as soon after 6 o'clock as they can come. Altho it ia not expected that the entire tests will be given in one session, most of those taking their tests at this time will begin them on Tuesday. It is a requirement of the American Red Cross that all life-savers must re-pass their tests' once each year in order to be in good standing. With a pool. to practice in in Mason City, and with special hours on Wednesday offered by Miss Starks for life-saving instructfon the next few months will find many students re-passing their tests so they may be permitted to wear the Red Cross emblem in their swimming suits. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE Â· 15 CENT PRACTICAL. PATTERN Pattern 2101 By ANNE ADAMS A frock typical of the neiv spring styling, has a'charming collar that fastens on one side in a graceful bow. It is extremely flattering. The flared skirt is given added beauty and flare with a wide godet that joins in an upward point. Note the tiny tucks at the front shoulders affording just that extra bit of fullness over the bust, that is so essential. . ' --Pattern 2101 makes up equally well in a print or a solid color, flat crepe, satin, triple georget or wool lace. The contrasting collar adds a piquant note. May be obtained only in sizes 14. 16, 18, 20, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 14 requires 3% yards of 39 inch fabric. Â· Â· No dressmaking experience is necessary to mako this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size and simple, exact instructions are given. .Send 15 cents in coins or stamps (coins preferred), for each pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. The new spring and summer fashion book is. now ready. It features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kddies' clothes. Price of book, 15 cents. Book Â·ivth pattern, 25 cents. Address all mail and orders to Globe-Gazette pattern department, 243 West Seventeenth street, New York City. Social Calendar CLOVER LEAF -QUARTETTE Over.WMT TONIGHT 8:30 Marshall Swift, Inc. Cleaners--Furriers '. Phone 783 or 789 Tz H.Weiner, Omaha, Nebr., left Monday after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kropman, 325 Seventh street northwest. * * * Mrs. Don K. Lawson of Fort Dodge arrived Monday for a week's visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Decker, 110 Ninth street northeast. Mrs. Lawson was formerly Miss Juanita Decker of Mason City. RALPH DUNLOP ENTERTAINS CLUB Ralph Duulop entertained members of the I. T. S. club at his home 120 Fifth street northwest, Saturday evening at dinner. , The evening was spent informally. -- :Â·-- a IRS. ARVIG NELSON HOSTESS TO COMMITTEE Mrs. Arvig Nelson, 708 Fourth street southwest, entertained members of the girls' work committee of the Y. W. C. A. at luncheon Saturday afternoon at her home. Red carnations and white snapdragons centered the table and valentines marked the place of each guest. Following luncheon a committee meeting was held. HOOD-MERRILL Miss Marlys- Virginia Merrill of Hampton became the bride of Lloyd Logan Hood at an 8 o'clock wedding in the Baptist parsonage Saturday evening. The couple was attended by Miss Evelyn Hood, a sister of the bridegroom, and Harry Shaner. The Rev. Jewel L. Plckett read the service. The newly wedded oair will make their home in Mason City where the bridegroom is in the employ of .the Decker and Sons company. HELPING THE H0MEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEOKGE Roost Beef Franconia Meals for Sunday Breakfast Orange Juice Pancakes and Syrup Broiled Sausages Coffee v Dinner Roast Beef Franconia and Potatoes Escalloped Turnips Bread Currant Jam Cabbage Relish Salad in Gelatin Peach Shortcake Coffee Supper/ Roast Beef Sandwiches Pickle Relish Cocoanut Cookies Tea MONDAY Send MOTHER a. F L O W E R VALENTINE too! How Mother treasures those unexpected tributes from you! On St. Valentine's Day, February 14th, send her a valentine of beautiful flowers--a loving reminder of your affection for your first sweetheart! Roost Beef Franconia 5 pounds roost (rump) 1 teaspoon salt, %'teaspoon paprika, 2 tablespoons .chopped onions, % cup chopped celery, 1 tablespoon chopped green pepper, 2 cups tomatoes. z Wipe off roast with damp cloth. Fit into baking pan and sprinkle with rest of ingredients. Bake 15 minutes in hot oven. Cover and bake two hours in moderate oven. Baste frequently. . Escalloped Turnips 3 cups diced, cooked turnips, 4 tablespoons butter, 6 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 2'A cups milk, % teaspoon paprika, % cup cheese, cup fine, 1% cup 1 cracker crumbs. Melt butter and add flour, salt and paprika. Add milk and cook until creamy sauce forms. Stir constantly. Add turnips. Pour into shallow,, buttered' baking -dish. 'Mix cheese and crumbs. Sprinkle over top. Bake 20' minutes in moderate oven. Serve in dish in which baked. Cabbage Relish Salad 1 package lemon flavored gelatin mixture, 2 cups boiling water, 3 tablepoons vinegar,, 4 tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 cups chopped cabbage, % cup chopped celery, H cup chopped pimentos. % cup chopped sweet pickles, 2 tablespoons chili sauce. Pour boiling water over gelatin mixture. Stir until dissolved. Add sugar and salt. Cool. Add rest of In- griedients and pour into mold. Chill until stiff. Unmold on lettuce. Surround with salad dressing or mayonnaise. HUMMER-GRIGER STEIN MITCHELL, Feb.*9.--Word has been received of the marriage of Anton Hummel and Miss Mickella Grigerstein at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Hummel are both former Mitchell people. CHORUS TO MEET Members of the Woman's club chorus, will meet for reorganization Tuesday evening at 7:15 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The meeting was originally scheduled for Monday evening. The work for the coming season will be discussed. Young Woman's council-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Security Benefit association-7:45 o'clock, courthouse assembly. Presbyterian Guild-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. George K. Davies, 818 Washington avenue northwest, Mrs. J. W. Beck, assisting hostess. Epsilon Sigma Alpha-7:30 o'clock, Miss Kitty Lohr, 119 V, East State street. M. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Eagles' hall. . O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall.' Elks Bridge club-8 o'clock, clubrooms, Mr, and Mrsi *;.':C S Ga.y.iord, : :Mr., and Mrs.\O. A: Liieders, hosts/' Drama Shop Players^8 o'clock, Drama Shop. Joyco Kilmer club-8 o'clock, Home Tea room, Cleo Gorman and Evelyn West, hostesses, Vera McCorkle and Virginia Soukup", "Talkies." Trinity L. D. R. society-8 o'clock, Mrs. L. A. Lysne, 31 Kentucky avenue southeast. TUESDAY Cronln-Dextcr 'auxiliary-8 o'clock, courthouse assembly refreshments. Women of Mooseheart Legion-7:45 o'clock, Eagles' hall, ini ' tion. Wa-Tan-Ye-12:15 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Tuesday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Triple S. party house Mrs. H. W. Frazee;~hostess. Woman's club-2:15 o'clock, , First Methodist church, lecture by Gretchen Steiner. Woman's Relief corps-2:30 o'clock, courthouse assembly Eastern Star-6:30 o'clock, 'Masonic Temple special meeting, initiation. T. N. T.-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Woman's Club chorus-7:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Central Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Glen Woodard, 727 Ninth street northeast. "As Adolescents See It," Mrs. M. H. Spuhler; "Employment .and the Child," Mrs. O. E. Johnson. Holy Â·Family Ladles aid-8 o'clock, P. G. E., card party. Y. P. M. MEMBE'RS HOLD MEETING Members of the Y. P. M. met Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burris, 45 Twenty- third street southwest. Bridge was played anrj refreshments served. Â·*Â·--_ MRS. E. A. McCORKLE HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. E. W. Phahler, 121 Jefferson avenue northwest, entertained a group at dinner Sunday at her home in honor of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth A. McCorkle, who was celebrating her birthday. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. John McCorkle and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keefe and daughter, Coleen, Kanawha; Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson and Mrs. Ralph A. Olson and daughter, Patty Mae,, Ellsworth, Kenneth Olson, Des Moines, and F. E. McCorkle, Clarence McCorkle, Miss Vera McCorkle and Miss Carrie Phahler, Mason City. . _*_ MISSIONARY SOCIETY HOLDS MUSICAL TEA "Chinese Legend in Song" xvas presented at the tea and musical held by the Baptist Missionary society at the church Saturday. Mrs. W. H. Hathorn had directed the affair assisted by Mrs. Frank Jacobs nnd Mrs. Roy Felt, accompanist and the cost which included 15 girls represented members of the Baptist Sunday school class. More than 80 were present at the meeting. Girl Advised to ./Â· Â· Â» Disregard Stars in ChoosirigMate By VIRGINIA LEE "DEAR VIRGINIA LEE:- I hope you can help me. Do you believe that a certain planet rules you? I read an article that said that anyone born between April 20 and May 20 should marry someone born between those same dates. "Virginia, I am in love witn a man born March 5, and he thinks a. lot of me. I don't know where to look or turn. I am so blue to think I love someone this article says to avoid. "Would you advise me to listen to that article or not? I don't want to break up with this man because he thinks what I do and say is perfect and he.will.do_anytliing tor .me. He;; wants \a hoine laJxdL-it.do/^ino. He isn't a beauty, but" it' isn't beauty I am caring about. It is the love he has for me. Do you think I am right?" Absolutely, little sister. The man you love is a great deal older than you, of course, but if your ideals are the same and your tastes similar, and, above all, if you love one an- Â·other, I certainly would risk marriage xvith him. Those things count more than anything else in the making of a happy marriage. Forget about the astrologers, and after you and the boy friend are married, if you happen to disagree, don't decide that they were right and that you really are not mated, but make up your mind that your love for your husband and your constant effort to understand and appreciate him shall help you to make a success of your life together. I presume I risk the wrath of those who believe sincerely in tha predictions of the stars for guidance by saying this, but I earnestly believe it and so advise you. * * * WORRIED WIFE: I have that; about your problem a good deal auci wondered what I could advise. I don't believe you are going to help your husband overcome his fault bj letting him think you trust him, when, as a matter of fact, you don't I think the matter should be talked over very earnestly. He should acknowledge his weakness and know just what is being said about him. He should also be able to see that he has no right to involve this young girl in scandal--which is what will happen if things keep on as you say they are going. You seem so fair-minded and tolerant that I don't believe, he will think you are "jealous-minded," as you say, If you tell him that for the sake of the children, you, himself and the girl, it would be much bel- ter if he was careful to always have you present when he is with her. ind that she should not be invited to accompany you on trips so frequently. The same rule applies to any girl who comes to the house. * * * He can't help his nature, but be can help his lack of self-control, ami he should -for his wife's and children's sake, as well as his own. BUMFUZZLED: I think it would be perfectly permissable for you to write to the boy friend and tell him hat your parents no longer object o you going with him. And under he circumstances it is all right for the girl to write the first note after a breakup. The boy should be the one to send the valentine. BLUE EYES: Maybe you can win the boy's mother over in time. Why not try awhile longer? If you cannot, maybe it would be happier for both of you to quit. America's isn't the first government of that kind. Robin Hood took from the rich and gave to the poor. -- Kcwanec Star-Courier. Students of Hamilton to HaveBanquet Special Program Being Arranged for Event at Parish Hall. Plans are being completed for the annual banquet of Hamilton college to be held Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock in the-St. John's parish hall Reservations are being taken at the college until-Wednesday noon.-Dancing will follow the dinner. On the pep committee are Miss E m m a Hagenstein, chairman Naomi Baxter, Robert Nelson Genevieve Hird, Lloyd Natte, Paula Meier, Kathryn Hedges, % Bernari Mueller, Edward Balshan and Maynard Peterson. They are preparing a stunt for the program. Committees Work. On the reception committee are Miss Virginia Glasgow, chairman, Paul Kelly, Helen Faber, Myrtle Anderson, Helen Meyer, Walter Roben, Arthur Severson, Roger Nelson, Melvin Weinschenk, Elizabeth Schmidt and Virginia Anderberg. Decorations are being .planned by a committee including Miss Vivian Beck, chairman, Alfred deBuhr, Kathleen Casey, Jesse Johnson and Mildred Strombom. The school colors, red and white will be used. Mrs. H. K. Leonard is chairman of the reservations committee which includes Drexel Granger, Russell Deertz, Bertha Eliason, Nova Bunton, Irvin Felix, Irene Lessin, Rudolph Anderson, Arlovene Kugler, Thelma McMullen, and Cyril Green. Plan Program. -The program is being arranged by .Mrs. W. R. Hamilton and Miss Georgia Clair Davenport. The college orchestra will play. It includes Miss Davenport, Nelle Coffin, Waiter Roben, Cyril Green, William Hinrichs, Bernice Mueller, Maurina Kingery, ( Melvin Weinschenk, George Storck and Royal Blondin. Tom Welln and his orchestra will play for dancing which will begin at 9 o'clock. The college girls sextet will sing. It includes Nelle Coffin, Genevieve Hird, Evelyn Almklov, Mildred Murray, Elizabeth Schmidt and Naomi Baxter. Marjorie Hughes is the accompanist. ' ' Roger Nelson, Lloyd Matte, Paul Kelly, Glen -Bolton, Max Meehau, Maynard Peterson, Edward Belshan and Donald Turgasen as minstrels vfill present a special act. There will be ^a dancing ,act. WIFE PRESERVERS When making vegetable salad add a little fresh grated horseradish to your mayonnaise dressing. Delegation Reports on Convention Mason City. Represented at Business Girls Meeting. Delegates who attended the state conference of business girls at the Des Moines Y. W. C. A. Saturday and Sunday have returned. They included Elsa Trulson, Lillian Clark, Jessie Church, Emily Klusmeier, Helen Bogard, Vera Herskind, Evelyn Slock, Cora Hartwig and Lou Dougherty. Eighteen associations were represented including; those at Moline and Rockford, 111., in addition to Iowa groups. More than 300 delegates were present and the theme of the meeting was "The business woman in a changing world." The meeting opened with a visit to the historical building and the state capitol Saturday followed by a banquet at the Y. W. C. A. Sunday was opened with a worship service. National council hour was held with Florence Edgerton and Stella Bates, national area council representatives, in charge. Dr. Frank Harriott of Drake university spoke on "The Business Woman in a Changing World." Discussion followed. Tea was served by the business girls' department of the Des Moines Y. W. C. A. in honor of the\council representatives. The meeting next year will be with the Muscatine association. The wicked are punished soon or: ate. Many a rural loan shark has had to foreclose and takÂ£ the land. --Wisconsin State Journal. Committees Begin Plans for Tombola St. Joseph Parish to Sponsor Three Day Event. / Harry Burke, 410 Fifth street southeast, has been appointed chairman of the 'committees arranging for the Tombola to be held in St. Joseph hall on Feb. 11, 12 ant} 13. The lunches to be ' served each evening from 5 o'clock ,on are in charge of.Peter Ebeling. Other arrangements are under the direction of Tom Cain, John Meyer, Victor Coyle, Ralph McCarron, Tom Whits, Leo Giribbe, Tom Phalen, Clarence McCorkle and Edward Dusold. The young women of the parish, under the leadership of Pauline Hurley are supervising the candy booth, the elephant booth and the hope chest. The last is a cedar chest filled with the articles of a bride's.trous- seau. Horns, streamers, confetti, gas balloons are some of the carnival attractions of the Tombola. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 9.--Marriage licenses were issued to the following during the past week: Dick William Duistemairs and Lyda Pouwenhorst, Orange City; Maurice Whaleu and Mary Connell, Lawler; Glennys Paul Cooper, Manly, and Velma Leta Fitch, Los Angeles, Cal.; Roy Edward Riese, South Wayne, Wis., and Beatrice Olson, Belleville, Wis.; Andrew Merle Thorpe, Independence, and Marian Garvey, Waterloo; George W. Phillips, Davenport, and Ethel Richardson, Cedar Rapids; Ross R. Fraverd and Iva M. Leathern, Cedar Rapids; Robert Lee Hested and Marian Grace Harshbarger, Eanesboro; Carl Holschlag and Maurine Johnson, Now Hampton. No Large Pores with New Powder If you have large pores use a face powder that will not clog them. A new French process called MELLO- GLO makes the skin look young, stays on longer, furnishes a youthful bloom, does not irritate the skin or make it look pasty or flaky. Spreads smoothly. Try this new wonderful Face Powder MELLO- GLO. 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