The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 10, 1931 · Page 7
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February 10, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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FEBRUARY 10 1931 MASON CITY GLOIiB-UAZBTTU THREE WOMAN'S CLUB DEPARTMENTS TO HAVE MEETINGS Women Will Hear Novel by Lagerlof Outdoor Life Department i to Meet for Talk on Shade Trees. Wednesday will be an important day for Woman's club members since two departmental meetings as well as the regular better speech class sessions of the drama department are scheduled The book review department will meet at 12 o'clock noon at the Y, W--C. A. and the Outdoor Life department at 2:30 o'clock in the library assembly. The speech classes meet at 9 ami 10:25 o'clock in the morning and at 7:15 o'clock in the evening at the Mrs. Grace Ellis Titus of Rockwell, former junior college instructor, will review the "Ring of the Lowenskolds" by Selma. Lagerlof Swedish novelist, at the book review meeting. The book which has been recently published marks the completion of a trilogy begun earlier in Miss Lagerlof's literary career. Selma Lagerlof was awarded the Nobel prize in 1909 mostly for the merit of her novel "The Story of Gosta Berling." Among her best known works are "The Miracles o£ Anti- Christ" and "The Wonderful Adventures of Nils," the latter a familiar volume to young readers- Members of the outdoor life department of the Woman's club will hear V. W. Flickinger, city forester who will talk on "Shade Tree's, Thei- Protection and Care" at the library assembly at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. Flickinger's office is a newly created one in Mason City and his work as city forester has attracted considerable interest. Members of the department will give current items at the meeting. WIFE PRESERVERS Put casters on the wooden box in which children keep their toys They can push-it about easily from place to place and out of the way when not in use. Hi-Tri Cabinet Members Discuss Plans for Drama Plans were made for a Hi-Tri-Hi- Y play at the meeting of Hi-Tri cabinet at the Y. W. C. A. Monday evening. The play will be given in high school assembly. A play will also be given at the next Hf-Tri meeting Monday. Doris Crabb led the devotions OR "Gracious in Manner" the first phrase of the Girl Reserve code. The treasurer, Alice Sheffler, reported. The Clear Lake girls have challenged the Hi-Tri members to a basketball game to be held early in March. Plans were made for a Girl Reserve conference to be held here soon. FRANCES McGLONE TO WED WILLIAM LALOR DOUGHERTY, Feb. 10.---The banns of marriage have been announced between Miss Frances McGlone and William Lalor, both' of this place. A miscellaneous shower was held in the opera house in Miss McGlone's honor. Lighting of P. G. E. Ball Is Featured Annual Party -Characterized as Brilliant Affair at Armory. A large crowd attended the annual P. G. and E. Employe's club dance at the armory Monday evening. A novel decorating.scheme delighted the dancers, who particu- ularly enjoyed the variations of lighting effects achieved, a feature of the P. G. and E. dance every year. The Valentine scheme \VT* carried out in the decoration of the balcony and the orchestra shell, making an attractive setting. Hundreds of red hearts were suspended from the ceiling to add to the effect. Crepe paper festooning hung from the outer edge of the hearts to the balcony rail ar'aund the entire hall. The face of the balcony was decorated with hearts and cuplds of all descriptions. Valentine Lanterns Too. Valentine lanterns hung beneath the balcony on the three sides. Another lighting effect was a large heart over a corner of the hall containing hundreds of red lights, which pulsated to exemplify the heartbeat. This novel lighting feature, used for the first time In the decoration of a Mason City dance floor, attracted considerable attention. A number of large colored lights were suspended from the ceiling. The orchestra shell was uniquely decorated with lamps about the floor and the entire front coverec with white paper ropes running from top to bottom and arrangec about five inches apart. This together with a large red heart made the orchestra almost invisible, giving the semblance of music coming from a huge radio speaker. The NEW SECRETARY MISS HELEN V. GOETTLER 0 Souderton, Pa., is believed to b the first member of her sex in th Keystone state to hold the positlo: of secretary of a city council. t In addition to Miss Goettler's po likical activities, she is active in newspaper work, helping to direc Souderton's w e e k l y newspaper which was founded by her grand father and father, both now de ceased. outer edge of the shell was a contin uous line of colored lights. Manj considered the decorations the mos beautiful of nny yet achieved in these annual P. G. and E. dances. Lighting Was Unique. With this excellent lighting- equip ment many attractive lighting ar rangements were used thruout th evening. B. O. Roderick was general chair man of the dance. Harold Lagass was chairman of the committee in charge of the hall, music and tick ets. He was assisted by Mary Siee seger, Frank Ward, Catherln Meade, Hugh Sweeney, Jim Hender son and Leslie Toole. M. A. Harpster was chairman o the decoration committee. He wa assisted by J. R. Hughes and Alma Thompson. H. D. Makeever was chairman of the publicity committee with Lloyd Bergin and Jack Alcorn assisting. Social Calendar warns "What type do I most admire?" asks Lew Ayres." The type doesn't matter much--if she has that radiant charm I can't resist--youth. "The lovely stars know how vital youth is, and how to keep it! Every woman should learn their complexion secret." Indeed the actresses seem to have no birthdays--to be always young, delight- LEW AYKES Unlrcraatfitnr ful, appealing, no matter how long their list of successes. "A flawless skin is the secret," they will tell you. Guard complexion beauty as 9 out of 10 lovely screen stars do They use Lux Toilet Soap! At their request, this fragrant, very white soap is found in theaters everywhere--is official in all film studios for countless Hollywood, Broadway, European stars. Buy some Lux Toilet Soap--today 1 o o 10* The caress of dollar-a-cake French soap TUESDAY Eastern Star-6:30 o'clock. Masonic temple, spe - clal meeUng,.jnlUatlon. 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 Woodarcl 727 Ninth street northeast, les sons by Mrs. M. H. Spuhler, Mrs O. E. Johnson. Holy Family Ladies Aid-8 o'clock, P. G. B. auditorium card party. WEDNESDAY G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, refreshments. McKInley Child Study circle , 2 o'clock, school, Mrs. Walter Carroll, leader. Madlflon P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, founders' day program. Inter-Creek club-Mrs. Chester Hill, all day meet ing. Q. K, T. club-Mrs. R. L. Goelz, 539 Tenth street southwest, Miss Katherino Wil liams, assisting hostess. Today's Bridge club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. A. R, West 422 Sixth street southeast. Two and One cluii-- 1 o'clock. Mrs. Gregory for cars to Mrs. Theesfieldt'.s home. OUvet Missionary society-2 o'clock, Mrs. C. K. Kinney, 15Q2 Delaware avenue southeast. St. Catherine's Guild-2 o'clock, guild parlors, election of officers. Economy cjrete'-- 2 o'clock, Mrs. Walter Thomas, 19 street southwest, covered dish luncheon. Central Lutheran Ladles' Guild 2:30 o'clock, church parlors. Auction Bridge club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Hugh Shepard 115 Tenth street northwest High School P. T. A. board-3:30 o'clock, high school faculty room. G. K. S. Juniors and Seniors-7:30 o'clock, Parish hall, Junior Altar Guild instructions by the Rev. Robert M. Redenbaugh. Social Hour club-Mrs. Harry Davidson. M. B. A.-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. C. I). A.-8 o'clock, K. C. hall. Madison P. T. A.-School, founders' day program. MKS. K. C. SULLIVAN SNTKIITA'.VS COUNCIL. Members of the Child Study council were entertained Monday avenin« at the home of Mrs. E. C. Sullf van, 1306 Pennsylvania avenue- southeast. The guests came dressed as boys and girla and games were played during- the evening-. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Milton Dalvey and Mrs. \Ray DeReus /or the best paper dolls and to Mrs. Blanche Skovlin nntl Mrs. Loren Beck as winners of n word contest. Mrs. R. .1. Johnston won a prize for the best costume. The occasion was alao Mrs. H. H. Doyce's birthdav and a shower o£ gifts was held for her. Refreshments were served )jv the Study Clubs Have Varied Discussions Twentieth C e n t u r y Club Meets at Home of Mrs. Jackson. Monday afternon was the regular weekly meeting time for a numbei of the study clubs. The programs indicate a wide variety of subjects which are being discussed. Twentieth Century club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. R. L. Jackson, 825 Second street southwest. Mrs. Oscar Davis had charge of current events and Mrs. D. H. Fifz- Patrick read the paper prepared bv Mrs. George Feldman on "Politics of Disraeli's Time." U. G. L. club met for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs G S Avery, Jr., 15 Fifth street southwest, with Mrs. R. E. Romey as assisting hostess. Mrs. B. A. Webster and Mrs. H. E. Wagner led the lesson on "Cakes and Ale" by Somerset Maugham. At the Monday club meeting Mrs. W. H. Spence was hostess at her home, 110 Washington avenue northwest. Miss Clara Remley led the current events and Mrs. R. F. Clough discussed "Abraham Lincoln." Mrs. J. T. Laird was hostess lo the Chautauqua club at her homu. 311 First street southeast, when Mrs. Sharp and group 4 had charge of current events. Mrs. Jay Lorenz talked on "Present Day Explorations." Occident club members met with Mrs. J. L. Pauley. 303 Carolina avenue southwest. Mrs. A. A. Felt talked on "Professional Women" and Mrs. F. F. Potter "Industrial Women." HANSON-EVANS CLARION, Feb. 10---A marriage license has been issued to Leland Ray Hanson of Goldfleld and Vera Evans of Eagle Grove. MKS. GEORGE TATUM KLECTED PRESIDENT Mrs. George Tatum was; elected president of the Auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil war at a meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emma Duncan. Mrs. Duncan was elected vice president, Mrs. W. H, Arnold, secretary: Mrs. George Burmeister, treasurer; Mrs. Charles Waldon, chaplain; Mrs Mae Hammond, guard; Mrs. A. C. Holly, patriotic instructor and Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Waldon and Mrs Hol- ly, trustees. Mrs. George Fawkes of Des Monies, state president, acted as installing officer. Drink Tea . . at D inner A cup of Salada Tea proves a fitting ciimax to your meal. ' ORANGE PEKOE PEKOE "Fresh from the Gardens" 19-21 First St. S. E. Mason City Free Motor TRUCK DELIVERY or FREIGHT PAID in Iowa. GREATEST FEBRUARY EASY CREDIT NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE IN IOWA BUY NOW FOR LATER . 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