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February 12, 1931

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

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FEBRUARY 12 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE STUDENTS COMPETE IN TICKET SALE * i'- 1 ' Thrills, Fun Contained in Mystery Play "This Way Out" to Be Presented Monday at High School. Students at the Hdly Family school are competing in a ticket soiling- contest for the drama "This Way Out" to be staged by the Drama Shop Players under the sponsorship of the St. Rita society Monday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium. Individual prizes will be awarded to the pupils selling the most tickets and there will be two prizes for the classes selling the most. A huge thermometer has been erected in the school hall to record the results. The comedy which is being- directed by Mrs. Ina K. Trissel, director of the Drama Shop, is · concerned with the theft of some smuggled diamonds and most of the action is centered in the home of a newly rich Irish family. The struggles o'f the social climbers offer many /amusing- moments as a relief to the · excitement in the search for the tnissing- jewels. ,' The cast includes Larry Reardon, Mary Sherman, Harlan Girton, Bea (ChildbirtH) Turn t of'waiting into ease and comfort Mrs. Tf. B. Shupn, Burke. Idaho, writes : r 'I applied Mother's Friend before my last baby came and it LelpDdmeTvondcrrully.lt K i v u r n e relief during- the waiting time and helped me to liave an easy delivery " Mother's Friend is soothing nnd relaxing: to tlic nen-ts nnd tissues. It Is a ula- covery of an eminent o b e t c t r l c l a n . Praised by countless thousands for over i jj?-,! 0 "? 8 -,, ?.·«« «* t " - « 0 »i». Ask for '-I ^ to^l? IIenrt at your drug nloro. Or, .- · effect--clip and ma1lVls n OTupoii to*-e Lynch, Adrienne Kohl, Victor Glass Tommy Gregory, Katheryne Tris sol, Murray Goodman and Everet Daws on. Many Local Radio Fans He_ar Voice of Pope Broadcas Among: the many Mason Cit. radio fans who heard the Pop speak from Vatican City, Italy, ir his first talk to be broadcast wa Mrs. L. L. Shoemaker, 728 Harri son avenue northwest. The program came at 10:45 o'clock and was re ceived from the Waterloo station as a part of the national hook-up which carried his message. Marcon: the inventor, spoke first and he wa followed by the Pope who talked In Latin. A translator repeated hi words which included admiration for the marvels of the radio. COSTUMES MAY BE WORN TO OWL CLUB PARTY IS-DECREE i. and, helpful booklet , Please send me FIIBH and post paid { p l a i n wrappers) your 24-paBe Illustrated book In colors, "Things to Know Before B a b y Comes." and a trial aamplo ot Motlwr'a Friend. I · * t . i Street or H. F. D f PI (C) Altho the Mardi Gras dance to be held by the Owl club Tuesday evening at the Hotel Hanford will not be essentially a masquerade party those who wish to wear costume: may do so. Many are planning unique raiment for the affair in the spirit of the original Mardi Gras This will be the last party before Lent. The officers, Tracy Stevens president, and Dr. C. M. Franchere secretary, and the directors, Bennett A. Webster, Lee P. Loomis and Milton G. Wimmer, are in charge. .;» REICKS-SCHOLBROCK DECORAH, Feb. 12.--Miss Louise Scholbrock and-Albert Reicks were married yesterday at Festina. The wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. J. Rubly. The attendants were Miss Anna Scholblock the bride's sister, and Ed Reicks, brother of the bridegroom. The young couple will make its home on a farm near Cresco. JOHANNES-FLUHRER GRAFTON, Feb. 12.--The mar riage of Laura Fluhrer and Joe Johannes of New Haven was held at the Manly Catholic church. After a wedding trip to South Dakota they will live on the bride's farm south of town. I \ I I NATURE'S PERFECT GIFT AT ST. VALENTINE'S DAY Hyacinths, Tulips, Cyclamen, Primroses and Begonias in Pots 50c to $5.00 Beautiful Valentine Boxes of Tulips, Hyacinths, Roses, Etc. $2 to $5 Choice Roses ?3, ?4 and $5 Per Dozen Carnations $2 Per Dozen Violets and Sweet Peas $1 Per Bunch Phone 53 1205 Herman M.Knudson.Prop, So. Federal Aye. PRINCE'S PARTNER LJERE is Miss Eleanor Nichols, Newport, R. I., chosen by the Prince of Wales as his dancing partner when, the latter visited Balboa, Canal Zone, on his tour of Latin-American nations. Miss Nichols, daughter of Commander Newton L. Nichols, of the Balboa naval radio station, also danced with Prince George on the same evening, a thrill enough to last the average American girl a lifetime. Social Calendar THURSDAY Hamilton college-G:30 o'clock St. Joseph parish hall, annual banquet. Mnsonlc Social club-6:30 o'clock, Damon Igou tea garden. Koyal Neighbors-Eagles hall. High School P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, auditorium, talk by Dr. G. M. Crabb. . ti. G. A. clul)--' Mrs. Paul Madsen. Tusnluta--. 7:30 o'clock. Miaa Lenoi-e Gulbranson, 6 Vermont avenue southeast, Valentine party. FRIDAY Baptist Ladies aid No. 8-2 o'clock, Mrs. Barney Boyd, 201 Sixth street southwest. Bound Table club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Jesse Pence, North Federal avenue. Baptist Young People-7:30 o'clock, church, anniversary party with Edgar Gage in charge. Baptist Ladles aid No. 4-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Warner Gildner, 121 Sixth street northwest. Park Hospital Nurses-8 o'clock, Damon Igou tea garden, benefit bridge, flnrmnny Guild-1:15 o'clock, church, Mrs. R. F. Clough, Mrs. B. H. Brett, Mrs. W. H. Biederman, Mrs. H. F. Riley, hostesses.. First Methodist General Ladies' Aid-2:30 o'clock, church, division 7 as hostesses, Mrs. C. O. Johnson, chairman. Rpbeitnh circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlors, Mrs. W. H. Arnold, chairman, Valentine party. Wilson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., general mealing with group 7 in charge. G. F. S. Candidates-4:l. r o'clock, Pariah hall, Valentine nartv, Ionic Builders o.lnss-- 6:30 o'clock, church, dinner, H. C. Brown, program chairman, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, dinner. Icnrthstonc Dinner clul)-- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, 37 Linden drive, with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hunkins and Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, hosts. Presbyterian Men's club-7:30 o'clock, church, family night. Daughters of Veterans-7:45 o'clock, courthouse assembly. 'recman Ladles' Aid-Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mensem, south of Plymouth, Valentino party for husbands. Pleasant Kidgc club-Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Wagner. .». IARKIAGE LICENSES SSI7KD AT CLARtOX CLARION, Feb. 12.--Tuesday -as a busy day in the clerk's office. esides the extra work when court s in session, the clerk, R. V. Gonlin. ssuod five marriage licenses. The hree from Belmoncl are Russell -.aRue and Iva Bier; George Mcn- enga and Alma Dorekamp; Wiliam Pals and Gertrude Gealow, rom Dows; Orien G. Alverson and Vlarvel L. Thompson and Lawrence M. White and Hazel M. Parrish of Clarion. .;, HANSON-EVANS i GOLDFIELD, Feb. 12. -The marriage of Miss Vera Madeline Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Evans, Eagle Grove, to Leland Roy Hanson, son of Mrs. Jessie D. Hanson, Goldfield, took place at the Methodist church at Eagle Grove on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Rev. W. G. Muhleman performed the ceremony. They will be at home at Sheldon where the bridegroom is employed by the Sigman Auto company. Competition to Be Held by Students Instrumental, Piano, Vocal Pupils to Appear. At morning: and afternoon sessions in the high school and the Lincoln school the local contestants who will compete in the sub-district music contest in March will be chosen. Judges will be Miss Alta Freeman, piano, Mr. Kurtz, violin, Miss Olive Barker, vocal, and Mr. Mellcar, instrumental, all of the Cedar Falls faculty. Competing in the morning session at 9 o'clock at the high school will be Raymond Hughes, oboe; Sterling Prusla, Howard Schweer, John Young, Leon Goss and Paul Buehler, cornets; Glad Sperry, Lois Warford and Wesley Fiala, baritones; Marjorie Pickett, snare drums, and Lavina Stevens, Ross Smith, Robert Holman and Lloyd Wilson, timpani. To Play in Afternoon. In the afternoon session at 1 o'clock at the high school the players will be Marjorie Pickett and Lavina Stevens, marimba; Howard Ross, Orris Herfindahl, Elmer Bruns, Milton Marti, Roger Sanborn and Woodrow Sherin. clarinet- Dudley Black, Keith Williams, Al Long, Howard Lunsman and Dick Martin, tuba, and Durward Smith and Jeanne Erickson, saxophone. Stanley Wilson and Gilbert McEwen will play the French horn; Junior Seney, Fraser Spence, Lloyd Nichols and Richard Barker, trombones; John Robertson, Dan McArthur, Milton Raises, Adelle Fosse and Frances Hobbes, flutes and Everett Hennanson and Lucille Atkinson, bass and alto clarinets. The piano competitors will play Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in the high school building. They include Margaret Brakel, Maxine Beerman, Mary Jean Crowell, Dick Martin, Mable Joy Prusia, Yvonne Stoddard and Jean Swift. Violins to Compete. At the Lincoln assembly Saturday morning- the violin students will compete at 9 o'clock. They include Robert Ditzler, Elizabeth Holman, Raymond LaGasse and Harry Schulman. At 10 o'clock the cellists will play. They are James Stlne- hart, La Vina Stevens and Marvyl Stevens. The vocal competition will be at 10:30 o'clock when the baritones who are Earl Bush, Paul Foote, Ken Leonard, Ralph Mocser and Paul Odlaug will sing. The tenors include Don Adams, 'Cecil Caratens and Ernest Hutchins and the sopranos, Gladys Anderson, Maxine Beerman, Kathleen Glass, Mary Jano Hartz, Fern Meurs, Arlene Powell, Madalynne Powell, Evelyn Schrader and Esther Storer. The altos comprisa Betty Lou Marston, Gwen Meade, Peggy Sen- ncff, Betty Senneff, Alice Sheffler and Rheon Woodward. A small admission feo will be charged. Japan Green Tea First crop Japans, the finest production of the year, are blended exclusively in Fresh (rom the Gardens" See These Fur Coats We Now Of f er at $ 75 CLEARANCE SALE OF FUR COATS LAST WEEK Price now, 'does not stand between you and Die ownership of a luxurious fur coat--not while our Clearance Sala reductions are in effect! This wonderful sale brings you the opportunity to buy a fur coat for the cost of a good cloth coat--think of it! Reductions of 35% to 50% LAROE A\-D SMALL SIZES NEW SPRING STOCKS- JACKETS AND FOX SCARFS MASON CITY FUR SHOPPE FURRIERS II. Hlrsoh S. S. New Arrivals For 19-211ST S. E. MASON CITY Greatest LIBERAL CREDIT Buy any one of the advertised suites for as low as $5.00. Balance monthly. Free Iowa Delivery Bought on the low market price and now during our February sale, this price on a super quality of this type is an amazing offer--Large roomy buffet--Large oblong table--One Arm and Five Straight Chairs. :., EXACTLY AS PICTURED This beautiful suite is one of the new arrivals--Fine in appearance and excellent in quality -- Never before could this price buy such a fine group. Vanity, Chest-bed, Bench. EXACTLY AS PICTURED of Unusual Charm Another new arrival 100% anifova mohair, serpentine fronts, 4 legged davenport, guaranteed construction. A very remarkable value. Consists of large roomy davenport and button back chair. See this suite in our windows. YOU WOULD EXPECT TO PAY $150 FOR ANY ONE OF THESE ADVERTISED SUITES. See These In Our Display Windows

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