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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 7 ·§ 1935 SEVEN UGUST FINDS MASON CITY COUNTRY CLUB POPULAR PLACE Card Party Is Held for Membership 1 Golfing Events Arranged for Thursday and Sunday. Bridge was played at eight tables at the fortnightly contract party held Tuesday evening at the Mason City Country club. High score prizes went to Mrs. Hugh Shepard and H. W. Conover. Hosts for the evening were Dr. and Mrs. C. C Carrick. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Westfall and Mr. and Mrs. Tad Martin. A buffet supper was served preceding the bridge No regular golfing event was scheduled for the women at the club for Wednesday. A two ball foursome has been planned for Sunday afternoon with play beginning at 2 o'clock. Stag day will be Thursday at the club with golf in the afternoon followed by a buffet supper and an informal evening. Members of the Mary Louise club met for luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the Country club and on Wednesday Mrs. C. J. Kaufman entertained members of her bridge club at luncheon and cards. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON, Aug. 7.--Licenses to wed were issued to E. P. VonDoehren and Evelyn Wenthe both of Fredericksburg and to Roy A. Mombcrg and Johanna Hanscn both of Nashua. WOLF-YOY. ACKLEY, Aug. 7.--The marriage of Miss Pearl Voy, daughter of Mi and Mrs. Will Voy of Ackley and Raleigh Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs George Wolf of South Frankli; county took place at Hampton, Sat urday evening, the Rev. Wm. C Cleworth officiating. They arc mak ing their home with his parents fo: the present. CLOSING OUT . AT Vs OFF A group of ladies' and men wrist watches--An opportunity to purchase a watch at real savings. M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. FORESTERS' BUILDING Will Be Bride Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Vaughn, 1507 South Federal avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Eva Maude Wenzel, to Maurice Zander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Zander, 1030 West State street. Both Miss Wenzel and Mr. Zander arc graduates of the Mason City high school. No date has been set for the wedding. Grecian Women at Meeting to Organize Unit The Helios chapter of the Daughters of Penelope, auxiliary to the Order of Ahcpa, was organized at a meeting of women at the Elks lodge room Tuesday evening. Members were initiated and officers installed by Mrs. Maria Ason- manakis, Dubuque, district governor. Following are the officers of the chapter: Mrs. Alexandria Garufis, president; Mrs. Bessie Pappatonis, vice president; Mrs. Dan Soumas, secretary; Mrs. George Alexandras, treasurer; Mrs. Paul Papatonis, chairman of the governors; Mrs. George Pappojohn, Mrs. Gust Kep- rcos, Mrs. Christ poulous and Mrs. John Cazanas, governors; Mrs. Stella Makris, priestess; Mrs. James Farmakis, warden; Mrs. James Woonas, captain; Mrs. Jim Banos and Mrs. Alex Garufis, flag guards; Mrs. John Daskalis and Mrs. Jim Laros, spear guards; Mrs. Louis Gazes, inside sentinel, and Mrs. Thomas Skarlis, outside sentinel. --·:-- A darned egoist is a fellow who persists in talking when you prefer a listener.--Wisconsin State Journal. Drake's Co-Eds Shake Heads at Ballyhoo Girl DES MOINES, Aug. 7. (U. P.)-Working as a "ballyhoo girl" for a noney Island freak museum may be 'un to Ann B. Sibley, daughter of a prominent Chicago attorney, but Drake University co-eds are unanimous in their disapproval ot such a stunt. "Phooey," said 25 of them, when asked the question: "Would you like to trade places with Miss Sibley?" Furthermore, the co-eds said that while Ann's parents were willing for nor to remain as a boardwalk barker and work the way she wishes, they felt sure that then- own parents would not countenance such a procedure. Drake university women were ot the opinion that equipped with a college training, Miss Sibley should be able to find a better job if she really cared to work. However, they all agreed that it was her privilege to be a ballyhoo girl it that was what she wanted. Miss Sibley disappeared from Antioch college after the conclusion of classes «his summer and failed to report her whereabouts. Relatives seeking aid of the bureau for missing persons, received word that she was a sideshow barker at Coney Island. FOR THE SPORTSWOMAN GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Cleverly Designed Costume Has · Shorts, Blouse and Wrap-Around Skirt; Square Neckline Good. Orchestra Leader Married to Dancer, Formerly of Osage OSAGE, Aug. 7.--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Earl (Pat) Arsers of Chicago, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs, John Arsers of Osage to Miss Betty Martin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Martin of Libby, Mont., which took place at the parsonage of the Temple Methodist church in Chicago, 111. with the Rev. Aubury Moore fficiating, July 29. Mrs. Arsers is featured dancer with the Mary /andas Girls with headquarters in Chicago. Mr. Arsers has an orches- ra of his own which at present is ilaying in Chicago, 111. A Black Flag trip is a one-way t ri^ for Roaches BLACK FLAG LIQUID . .Kills insects that fly POWDER .. Kills insects that crawl BUY IT TODAY Buy BLACK FLAG From Boomhowe* Hardware 217 N. Federal Ave. Ph °ne 142 You'll be wanting this easy to sew and easy to slip into one-piece shirt and shorts outfit for vacation for tennis, beach and hiking. But then, vacations are all too brief, A delightful sports ensemble including a skirt for spectator sports or for ordinary day wear later on, constitutes today's pattern. Pique, linen, seersucker, etc., are nice mediums for it. Style No. 2667 is designed for sizes 14, 1C. IS years, 36, 38 and 40- inchcs bust. Size 16 requires 4U yards of 35-inch material and 2U yards of binding for sleeveless blouse, shorts and skirt. Send 15 cents (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Summer fashion book costs K cents. Send for your copy today Book and pattern together 25 cent? Do not send to Mason City, bu address Globe-Gazette Pattern De partmcnt, 160 Fifth Avenue, Nev York City. SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY 'rinity B. aud O. circle-6:30 o'clock, East park, annual picnic. U. S. W, V. auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, courthouse assembly. L. M. C. and B. W.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. THURSDAY Inergetic class-Congregational church, all day meeting, picnic dinner. Trinity Roosevelt circle-6:30 o'clock, East park, family picnic. K. N. A. Juveniles-3 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Trinity Forest Park circle-2-30 o'clock, Mrs. John Christianson, 1008 Third street northwest. L. U. G. A.-Mrs. Bob Nicholas. Immanuel south division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Peter Nielsen, 317 Twenty-first street southeast. Portland W. C. T. TJ.-Mrs. Harry Pippert. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Immanuel Brotherhood-8 o'clock, church, J. T., Raymond and Richard Borup serving-. Kwiktrix club-Mrs. Ray Hofer. V. F. W. auxiliary-8 o'clock, V. F. W. clubrooms, 605 Delaware avenue northeast. T. N. A.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. MARJOKIE MUDGETT HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Huston W. Peterson, 697 First street southeast, entertained eight friends of Miss Marjorie Mudgett of Minneapolis at her home Tuesday evening. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Roger Pitman and Mrs. William Hinrich and guest prize to Miss Mudgett who is a houseguest of Mrs. Peterson. Miss Mudgett spent last week at the lake with Dr. Dede Mudgett and Miss Bess Mudgett. Derva B. Troe Weds Wrolstad atEmmonsHome EMMONS, Minn., Aug. '.--The wedding of Miss Derva B. Troe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom K Troi, and Vernon M. Wrolstad of Fort D9dge, took place at the home of the bride's parents with the Rev O. T. Storaasli of the Emmoni Lutheran church officiating. Preceding the ceremony a program of nuptial music was playec by Miss Edna Olseth, violinist and Miss Marjorie Jale, pianist. The bride's mother sang "I Love Yoi Truly " with Miss Olseth playing an obligate. After the ceremony, Russell Wrolstad sang "O Pcrfec Love." . Miss LaVonnc Wilson, cousin ot the bride, was junior bridesmaid, and Miss Belva Wrolstad, sister of the bridegroom, maid of honor. Harold Isaacson was best man. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served in the Spanish diningroom of the Hotel Albert at Albert Lea. Musical selections were given by Miss Olseth, Miss Jale and Mr. Wrolstad. The couple have gone on a motor trip through northern Wisconsin and Minnesota and after Aug. 15 will be at home in Fort Dodge where Mr. Wrolstad operates the Stop and Shop grocery. He is a graduate of St. Olaf college at Northfield and toured Europe with the St. Olaf choir in 1930. She has taught in the college and high school at Scandanavia, Wis., for the past tnrce years. 1 A.A.U.W.toBe E n t e r t a i n e d at Lake August Miss Mollie McGowan of Clca Lake has invited the members of th Mason City chapter of the American Association of University Women for a picnic at her home Monday, Aug. 12. Mrs. Harry Swarner, chairman of the program committee, will present her plans for the coming season's activities. Mrs. Swarner s committee includes Mrs. R. O. Stor- vick and Miss Esther Pagenhart. The group will meet Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs Storvick, 1027 Second street southwest, where transportation will be arranged. Persons desiring transportation may call the committee. The Mason City chapter is a newly organized unit in the A. A. u. W having been founded last spring. Miss Elizabeth Graves is president of the group. ?all Trends in Fashions Are Notable sleeves Show Interesting Interpretations of Autumn Mode. By LISBKTH. There's a feel of .autumn in the air despite the tact that it is early \ugust. Shops are showing fur and ur trimmed coats; autumn touches are appearing on dresses and suits and while the holiday feeling is in the air and most of the friends-yot would like to sec arc off on vacations, we are facing a back-to- work and back-to-school movement in the near future. The shirtwaist frocks go with us into the fall and winter. They are practical, neat and smart. Purple shades, too, that have held through the summer, will be worn a good deal the coming season. Sleeves Interesting. Sleeves are interesting ana are shown in various interpretations and lengths. For afternoon there is one that widens at the shoulder and narrows on the arm in full length. There is the definitely short sleeve, the elbow length, three-quarters and the long sleeve. There arc sleeves that are wide at the elbow in a draped fullness, others that confine the fullness just above the elbow, and the sleeve cut in one with the rest of the bodice. Sleeves are seamed, tucked or shirred, and they may be fitted at shoulder or waist, or wide at thoss points. ping prosgrain. The black kidskin sandals arc trimmed with braid. Italian Renaissance. A bronze satin frock printed with ittlc gold figures has a shirred and draped neckline, inspired by the current Italian renaissance influence. The sleeves are typically full and, gathered down the center. A gold brown velvet page beret and high cut brown kid pumps are worn ji n it--both early fall models. Blouses are numerous in the ati- tumn collection and important. They are shown here both in tuck-in types and long overblouses resembling tunics. An attractive trimming noted is enamel clips, resembling painted china, which are used In diamond and shield shapes. There also are belts that have big ornamental silver keyholes with tiny keys forming the buttons. Other belt clasps or buttons are in the form of coronets, gold acorns, or gold sunbursts. FRIENDLY CIRCLE CONDUCTS MEETING Twelve members of the Friendly circle met at the home of Mrs. Pete Mathiason T u e s d a y afternoon. Games were played with prizes going to Mi's. Ivan Scott and Mrs. M. A. Calkins. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting with Carol Mathiason assisting. Frock oC Navy Sheer. The frock of navy sheer with an oval neck trimmed with bands of cartridge pleating, and full, slashed sleeves, cuffed with the cartridge pleating has a jeweled catalin buckle to give a touch of contrast and a new navy felt beret with a flaring, uplifted front. Navy kidskin pumps piped with white are worn. More pleating trims a frock, which is designed for afternoon wear in a petal pink crepe. Double- rows of accordion pleating ripple up the bodice, make the upturned collar and edge the cape-like sleeve A black halo hat is worn with this dress, with a crisp bandeau of BITS ABOUT 'EM SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 eOURTESV AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE August Clean-up Prices on summer merchandise being lowered daily to effect a complete clean-up. See these bargains tomorrow. Summer Silk Dresses Reduced for clean-up to Girls' Wash Dresses Reduced for dean-up to ..... 3 · ' " Wash Dresses Reduced for clean-up to Summer Gloves Reduced for clean-up to Cotton Blouses Reduced for clean-up to ..... «p · (Organdies, Nets and Silks) Reduced for clean-up to "SEE YOU TOMORROW" COM ON FOR A SWIM, MAB/l LIME CREEK 4-H DLUB AT MEETING. Members of the Lime Creek 4-H lub met with Mary Ellen Brown 'ucsday when plans were macie for :he North Iowa fair. Ruth Hintxen nd Mary Ellen Brown demonstrated washing a knitted woollen garment. Their next meeting will be at Hintzens, Aug. 15 and a special meeting will be held Aug. 13 with drs. Esther Wren. Refreshments were served at the close of the session. WISH I COULD, BUT i'V£ GOT TO DA UN A BASKETFUL OF SOCKS Why darn socks all the time? Too bad to miss fun because hubby's socks are full of holes! Why not cut down on holes with Lux? Lux keeps threads strong--live--elastic, Su they stand strain ever so much better. Cake- soap rubbing--soaps with harmful alkali- weaken the threads. Lux has no harmful alkali. LUX FOR MEN'S SOCKS BOETTCHER-BEECHER NEW HAMPTON. Aug. 7.--Miss Ruth Bcecher, daughter of W. F. Beecher of Traer. and the Rev. Alvin H. Boettcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Boettcher of New Hampton, were married Wednesday by the Rev. W. D. Spiker, pastor of the Congregational church of New Hampton. They will live at Olds, where the bridegroom is a Congregational minister. They left on a wedding trip to Denver, Colo. The right foods to mix in your stomach are the ones you could mix on your plate without losing your appetite --Kewanee. Star-Courier. Miss Patricia Pool, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Hardy Pool, 126 First street southeast, has arrived from Hudson, N. Y., where she has been attending the Hudson Training School for Girls. She received a certificate from the National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor being one of 25 students chosen this vcar from colleges throughout the 'United States to take the course Miss Pool will return to Antioch college at Yellow Springs, Ohio in the fall for her senior year. She is taking a six year course in institutional work and English, kn- route here she spent a week with Miss Shirley Dakin in New lork. * * X Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Bright and daughter, Helene, 1104 West State street, have returned from an eight thousand mile tour of the west. They made their headquarters for a time at Newport Beach, Cal., taking two deep sea fishing trips, one from San Diego and another from Newport Beach. They visited relatives at various places and attended the San Diego exposition. They stopped at a number of points of interest including Long Beach. Riverside. Salt Lake City. Boulder Dam, Denver-, Albuquerque and wont over into Mexico for a short time. $ * * Mrs. Kenneth Billings of Sioux City is visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry Morphcw, 645 Eleventh street northeast. * * * Mr and Mrs. Hale Newcomer and son, Hale Alden, have left for their home in Champaign, 111., after a week's stay at the home of Mr. Newcomer's parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Newcomer, 416 Delaware avenue northeast. They will go from there to Little Neck on Long Island. N. Y., to spend the remainder of their vacation. Sell it at Blanchards and get the highest cash price. U. S. License D-R12-2577 WATCHES DIAMONDS WEST STATE The Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Carlson and children. 21 Third street north- cast, left Wednesday for a week's trip to Canada. * A * Mrs. Bessie McLaughlin of Chicago is spending the week in Mason City with friends. Mrs. McLaughlin left' here eight years ago and has been employed by the United States Fidelity and Guarantee company in Chicago. Enroute home she wili spend some time with her son, Allan McLaughlin, at Davenport. * * * Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dickhoff, 317 Sixth street northwest, have as their houseguest, Mrs. Dickhoffs aunt, Mrs. Anna Cady of Long Beach, Cal. Mrs. Cady "is spending the summer with relatives and friends at Mason City and Kensett. this being her former home. The Rev. George A. Campbell, . pastor of the Union Avenue Church | of Christ at Pt. Louis, has loft foi i his home a f t e r a visit at the home ! of Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Newcomer. I ·116 Delaware avenue northeast. 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