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February 10, 1931

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

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MASON GITY GLOBE-GAZETTE : (.'- .. 'JJ 1 'It. Excitement Promised by Drama Plot Larry Reardon in Leading Role to Play Part of Millionaire. Larry Reardon will have the leading role of Paddy Casey, a millionaire and a retired contractor, in the comedy to be presented by the Drama · Shop. Players under the sponsorship of the St. Rita society ' Monday evening at the high school auditorium. · · · ; · Mr. Reardon portrays the character of tie lovable old Irish man who has a great struggle to bring his social climbing family around to his way of thinking. Bee Lynch is cast as his wife, Mary Anne and Victor Glass and Mildred Goerner, his son and daughter, Michael and Kathleen. Another daughter, Maggie, played by Katherynne Trissel, 13 more in tune with her father's personality. . Harlan Girton will play the part of George Drake, a friend of the Casey's and particularly Kathleen. Ho conspires with Paddy to bring the family to its senses. Adrienne Kohl as the maid, Eileen, has an interesting role'and Everett Dawson is cast as Humpy Steele, the Janitor. Murray Goodman, new in 'Mason City dramatics* has the part of Jim ^Dougherty of the United States treasury department. Madam Anna Banski, a bolshevist whom the social climbers have met at the Tuesday Morning club, is played by Mary Sherman. As Francois Boni Aime cJe Lovier, Tommy Gregory portrays a French modiste. Mrs. Ina K. Trissel, director of the Drama Shop, is in charee of rehearsals. · ··"This Way Out" is -a three act comedy which promises many laughs and much excitement. One of the thrilling moments occurs when some smuggled diamonds disappear from the home of the millionaire. GUESTS ENTERTAINED AT TREASURE HUNT Following a series of intricate directions guests of Mr. and Mrs Howard Knesel, Mrs. Mary Kohl Miss Doris Markley and Roy Bosworth were entertalaed at a treasure hunt which, led them from the ty park to the Chick-a-Dee Night l u b . a t Clear Lake. There were 5 guests and the prizes wero won. y cars driven by Milton G. Wimmer and Frank Conover. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN BUILDERS' CLASS TO HAVE DINNER PARTY _ Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Davidson are in charge of · arrangements for the f 2 e a r n t o be held Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock by the Home Build- TM S J S " ndav school class of the First Methodist church at the church. They will be assisted 1* Mr. an Mrs V. Clapper, Mr. and(Mrs. W. P Butler, Mrs. G. Gaffri and Mrs J ,R. Prazak. 'A Valentine motif wil be carried out and 125 are expected to attend. by ANNE ADAMS One of the most adoral'.j models shown this season for the small girl, is sketched today. It is a little clause with cunning sailor" collar and a flared skirt. Of course there is a pocket for a colored kerchief and if you have time, you may embroider initials. Use Transfer Pattern 574. Price Fifteen Cents. Pattern 1947 looks ravishing made of plaid and plain gingham broadcloth, percale, pique or dimity. The original has a yellow blouse with a yellow and brown plaid skirt and collar. The initials are done in brown. May be obtained only in sizes 4 6, 8, and 10. Size 4 with sleeves' requires 1'i yards plain and l y a £ d Printed fabric, 36 inches wide No. dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with TM':P« tte «- Yardage for every S §XaCt in3tructi °ns are EMB.574 1947 for WANTED FIFTEEN CENTS fl5c) in t* stamps (coins preferred) pattern. Write plainly - Safe, Secure sanitary protection --that's Kotex "·Hi ;,sv S1ZB AND SUM- T BOOK IS N OW ; It features an excellent assortment^ afternoon, sports and bouse dr lingerie, pajamas and Caches' clothes. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK WITH BITS ABOUT EM ?·;-. a , nd Mr 3- Lyman C. Robinson Minneapolis are visiting at the Crawford home, 618 Third "OU should make certain -, ^hen you fcuy sanitary pads , r street southeast. Mrs. Robinson was formerly Miss Juliette Crawford of Mason City. * · * Mrs. Julia Potts, 304 Washing- ou avenue northwest, 'has returned from Chicago where she spent a week attending the jeweler^ con- tion. Mrs. H M. Trytten of Keister, Minn., left Tuesday morning for her n °TM e after spending several days with her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs. Edward Babcock, 3U Third street northwest " . "r^T"--·;·."· £·:"·"*»»·****'·· A iwwtL VUUL ilCHlttl. Assure your comfort. Feel well /groomed, at ease. Be sure you'ask for Kotex. Kotex is soft, gentle, easy. And In stays soft. It absorbs laterally--that ine.ins ,greater efficiency;--a greater area of protection than other types of pad give you. // 'gives equal protection, worn on either side. Of course, Kotex is disposable, too. That's why mil- lions of women first abandoned old-fashioned makeshifts. . , Hospitals use both Kotex and the delicate, efficient absorbent of which it is made. That should certainly recommend it for your use. . Kotex Company, Chicago. K o r e x Tty the new Kotcx Sanitary B elc viaited Monday and Tuesday 'at the home of Miss Elizabeth' Funston 310 Ninth street southeast. '* * » Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Lundh and daughter, Erna, Davenport, have returned to their home after visiting a few days with Mr. and Mrs. H. A Layman, 324 Sixth atreet northwest. * «: * I Miss Marjorie Mitchell, 1500 South Federal avenue, has returned from Ames where she visited friends for several days. Miss Winifred Porter. 222 First street northwest, left Tuesday morning for Kansas City where she will spend the week.-Miss Porter is employed In the accounting department of Swift and company, ·s » » Mrs. R. L. James, 904 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, has returned from Renwick where she spent last week coaching dramatics in the Renwick school. Of interest to Mason Cityans is the, news that Ralph Patton, formerly of Mason City and now of Kalamazoo, Mich., has recently had a;nuraber ot,.detective St. Joseph's Pupils Stage Performance "Rilling the Roost" Given in School Hall by · Students. The comedy of family quarrels f^-h * um ° TOUS episodes blended with the near, tragedy of a broken home caused both smiles and tears in the audience that heard "Ruling the Roost" played by St. Joseph high school pupils in their school hall Monday evening. The leading roje of Emma Davis Who ruled the roost was interpreted by Esther Johnson. Playing with her was Richard Reardon al Jim Davis, the henpecked husband with an artistic soul. Takes Widow's Part. Anita Nugent acted the part of Mrs. Lester, a would-be flapper and a . widow. · Her ' daughter, Delia played by Ruth Wolfe, was a Jov: able young woman who won the heart of Harry Gordon, enacted bv Robert Mullan. ' Poing as a homeless, penniless old man, but really owning rich oil wells, was George Wolfe in the rol* of Pa Davis, Jim and Kate's father T.hru him a house of dissension came to be a home of love. Bernard Householder and Marie Chute as country baseball fans and ardent lovers provided comedy by their costumes as well as bv their words and actions. Scene is Home. The roles of Wynne Maples and Rosa Bell Swift were played by Vincent Lynch and Evelyn Trayer Their parts balanced against those of Harry Gordon and Delia Lester The scene of "Ruling the Roost" was a modern home. The plot in- .cidents involve misfortunes usual when a woman domineers her husband. ~~ . This drama is one of a series of pre-Ienten activities in St. Joseph parish. Other entertainments will be a carnival on Wednesday, Thursday TM?H F ^ ay ° f jTM 3 we * «« the sev- plays on . Miss Elsie Boyer at tended her sister while W. D For ter, acted as best man. The voup'e couple will make their home in Ma son City where the bridegrom is in the employ of Sandy's flower shop Y. W. Board Names Head at M e e t i n g Young Women's Council to Plan Business Girl's Dinner. Mrs. Fred Tubbesing was elected president of the new board of the Y. W. C. A. at the meeting Monday evening at the Y. Mrs. Arvig Nelson was elected vice president, Miss ?« th ^ Scott . recording secretarv; Miss Beulah Randolph, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. C. H Barber, treasurer. The first regular meeting of the board will be held Monday evening At the meeting of the Youn" ·Wo- man s Council Monday evening plans were made for a banquet to be hela March 24 in connection with a national bxisiness girls' movement The committee in charge locally includes Helen Toppin, Winifred Porter and Myrtle Cardey. Emily Klusmier reported for Tusulata, Florence Hamstreet for T Iv. T. and Blsa Trulson for the bus- mess girls' conference which was held in Des Molnes. Miss Trulson also led devotions. New members of the council are Ruth Pabst, Lundbergs; Winifred Geer, Montgomery V Vard; Bernice Boyd and Marjorie Whltsit, Sterlings and Ethel Brown, Swift and company. MasonCityan Gives Speech to Auxiliary Mrs. McDonald Talks on "Peacetime Patriotism" at Meeting. Mrs. J. E. McDonald, 'district chairman of the American Legion auxiliary, was the speaker for the auxiliary at a joint meeting of the Chickasaw county American Legion and auxiliary Monday evening at Nashua. Her subject was "pface- time Patriotism" and she pointed out the work which has been done by the Legion and auxiliary in promoting patriotism and peace Mr., and Mrs. Albert Hass drove r .o Nashua with Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Hass and Mrs. McDonald were quests at a dinner given by Mrs -ynn Rust for 20 auxiliary members preceding the meeting. ' ' L. L. Opdycke, editor of the com- uned New Hampton papers, was the speaker for the Legion and -there was a program of music and a skit presented by a group of Nash- uans. Refreshments were served and the remainder of the time spent n playing cards. , MR. AND MRS. CHAPMAN ARE WINNERS AT BRIDGE. High score prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Chapman at the bridge Monday evening at the Elks club There were 20 tables and Mr. ana Mrs. F. C. Gaylord and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lueders acted as hosts. "Plans are being made for a Valentine party Friday evening at the club Puts New Life Into Dull, Tired, Faded Skin Just a little Calonite powder sprinkled on'a wet cloth and rubbed gently over the face before retiring will clear the pores of all dirt and dust and oily accumulation, preventing blackheads. It puts new life into dull, tired skin, so you will enjoy a good night's rest. HERE IS "HER" VALENTINE QJWEET-SMELLING, beauti- 13 fu! and lasting. What a gorgeous way of remembering those you love. We have a wide variety of growing plants, flowers and corsage selections for Valentine parties. FLOWEKPHONE 3782 SANDY'S FLOWERS 16 FIRST S. E. was a member ,,. tuc ^ iuuc Gazette reportorial staff while in Mason City. j * * * Miss Ruth O'Green, 106 Twentieth street southeast, has arrived home after a visit of six weeks with relatives and friends in Minneapolis. * * s Mr. and Mrs. George Fawkes and :helr sons, George and Junior, Des Hotnes, have returned to their home if ter spending a few days here with friends. The Fawkes are former residents of Mason City. CITV PROGRESs'lVE CLUB TO HAVE DINNER Members of the City Progressive club will meet for dinner Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home -* "-. and Mrs. C. R. Hemphill 548 State street. U. C. T. AUXILIARY AREN'T WASHING MACHINES MARVELOU.SI THEY SAVE SO MUCH TIME . YES. THIS ONE'S GREAT. BUT I DO WISH 1 KNEW HOW TO KEEP MY CLOTHES FROM GETTING v THAT GRAYISH LOOK \ f A '*% i m I'LL TELL YOU HOW. USE R1NSO. IT MAKES MY CLOTHES AS WHITE AS SNOW. SUCH SUDS. TOO! THATS RIGHT... I MEANT TO TRY RINSO! THE MAN WHO SOLD ME THIS WASHER TOLD ME ABOUT IT Members of the U. C. T. auxiliary met for luncheon Monday afternoon at the Damon-Igou tea garden. Bridge was played during the afternoon at, five tables with high score prize going to Mrs. F. S. Hanson. Valentine decorations were used. The affair was in charge of Mrs. Roy Harris,. Mrs. L. Howe, Mrs Clarence Hitchcock and Mrs. Charles Ressler. HAUPERT-SCHILTZ BANCROFT, Feb. 10.--Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock the mar riage of Mildred Schiltz and John L Haupert took place at St. John's Catholic church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J Schiltz of this city and Mr. Haupert is the son of Mrs. Angeline Haupert of Algona. HARRINGT'ON-BOYER Dorothy Mae Boyer became the bride of William Edward Harrington in the home of Mrs. Will Harrington, 103 Second street southwest Monday afternoon at 3:00 The Rev. Jewel L. Pickett performed the ceremony in the presence of immediate relatives of the bride and COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH SVESY PURCHASE Select a Dress For Every Daytime H^§lf! o n o n ? the New Spring *^ FASHIONS us arranqea NEXT WASHDAY MOTHER, I'M OVERJOYEDl SEE HOW WHITE MY WASH IS. I'M USING THAT WONDERFUL SOAP--RINSO I JUST BOUGHT A BOX OF RINSO MYSELF. MY GROCER TOLD ME ITS GREAT FOR DISHES. TOO r SB^i£~ : """"'" THE GRANULATED HARD-WATER SOAP for whiter washes , t Oo r» $Z^^S^^**.. Millions use it in tub, washer and dish pan io suit your own fancy No two Rower-valentines from our stocks are alike--each is different and distinctively beautiful, made up specially to suit thr buyer's individual tastes. So jus' tell us y.our own ideas.abou your valentine, and welre sun. it will please her! here To the Smart Women -- Who would be vvfill dressed every hour of her busy day the important fashion event of the .Spring, season. 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