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February 20, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 20 1936 INTERNATIONALIST WILL SPEAK AT MEETING AT Y. M. C. A. University Women Plan for Address Dr. Esther Brunauer Will Be Heard Friday at Open Meeting. Esther Caukin Brunauer of Washington, D. C., research associate in international education for the American Association of University Women, will lecture on a topic of international interest at a meeting Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. The ineet- ing is open to all who are interested and there is no admission fee. Dr. Brunauer who was educated in the public schools of Berkeley and San Francisco, received her B. A, degree from Mills college in. 1924. From 1924 to 1927 she attended Leland Stanford university, receiving her M. A, in 1925 and her Ph. D. in 1927. She was the holder of the Margaret Maltby fellowship of the A. A. U. W. and her thesis was on "The Peace Proposals of Germany and Austria Hungary." Since 1927, a member of the head. quarters staff of the A. A. U. W., Dr. Brunauer has had charge of developing the association's program in international education and has prepared numerous courses on subjects of international political, economic and social interest. She has been in close touch with the university women of foreign countries. During: a recent leave of absence from her A. A. U. W. post, Dr. Brunauer went to Germany, where as a fellow of the Oberlaender Trust of the Carl Scburz foundation, she was- accorded many facilities for study by the officials of tEe govern, ment and the National Socialist party and was in contact with persons representing all views from the extreme right to the extreme left. Her husband, Dr. Stephen Brunauer of the fertilizer investigations laboratory of the United states department of agriculture, was on leave of absence from his position at the same time and made scientific study in Germany. Members of the Mason City branch will meet for dinner at 5:30 o'clock at the Hanford honoring Dr. Brunauer. ·--*-- KIEMAN-HAKMS ACKLEY--The marriage of Miss Irene Harms, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Menno Harms, living north of Ackley, and Oran Rieman,-son of Mr. and Mrs. Arend Rieman of Allison, was solemnized Saturday at the St. John's Evangelical parsonage by the Rev. Ernest Seybold. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Smith, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Rieman will make their home on a farm two miles north of Ackley. WE DO ... COMMERCIAL WORK OF ALL KINDS R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. New Wa*Tan*Ye Head Mason City Club to Entertain Association Meeting in City. Miss Mildred Kuhlemeier was elected president of the Wa-Tan-Ye club at the fifteenth annual meeting' of the club Wednesday evening at the Hotel Hanford. Miss Ethel Miller was elected vice president; Miss Anna Logerman, secretary, and Miss Alice Crisman, treasurer. The retiring president, Elsie Lunsman, and Margaret Bagley were named board members for two years and Rena Mack, for one year. Bess Mudgett and Miss Mack were named to the auditing committee. May 17, 18 and 19 were set as the dates for the annual Wa-Tan-Ye association convention which will be held in Mason City with headquarters at the Hotel Hanford. The remainder of the evening was spent in making plan's for the convention. Annual reports were made by the* retiring officers and committee' chairman. Spring flowers and rose colored tapers in five branch hollders centered the table. MILDRED KUHLEMEIER SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SECRETARIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday are accepted after 4 o'clock on Friday. THURSDAY Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. American Legion auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock. Moose hall. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. 0. O. F. hall. FRIDAY Tuckabatachee class-1 o'clock, Mrs. E. Hendrickson, 21 River heights drive, Mrs. Ray Pauley, Mrs. W. Olson, Mrs. G. Denzel, hostesses. Baptist Mission circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. Lillian Harper, 16 Connecticut avenue northeast. 'resbyterian Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, the manse, lesson on "Africa," Mrs. R. W. Jones, hostesses, Mrs. Harold Jennings, Mrs. George K. Davies, devotions, Mrs. Rollin Werley, election of officers. Congregational Women- Postponed. Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A-2:30 o'clock, school. Irant P. T. A.-Postponed. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Verna Richardson, 75 River heights. Rebekah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. 0. O. F. hall, special program at 8:30 o'clock, Mrs, W. E. Brown. W. C. O. F.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Irving Elstad, 1014 Jersey avenue northeast, A. A: U. W.-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Wilson P. T. A.-Postponed Progressive club-Postponed. Washington Program Given by Crescent Club Members at Y. Crescent club met at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday evening and following the business session a George Washington program was presented. Margaret Hotchkin won the prize in a word contest and gifts were exchanged by the charm sisters. A gift was presented to Helen Bouda, the basketball coach, by the captain of the team, Rachel Thiel, on behalf of the club. New members who joined at the meeting are the Misses Helen Heiderick, Dorothy Griffin, Rosella and Mathilda Friend, Announcement was made of the "Snowflake Swirl" to be held at the Y. M. C. A. on Feb. 24 at 8 o'clock. A leap year party will be held by the club at the Y. W. C. A. on March 4. After the meeting, refreshments were served at the Pantry. .;. P. E. O. CHAPTER GN CONDUCTS MEETING P. E. O. chapter GN met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. K. V. Mace at her home, 115 Seventh street northwest. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Roy Thompson and Miss Julia Mace. Mrs. Earl Smith led the lesson on Alaska. McKINUEY C. S.*C. MEETS AT SCHOOL McKinley Child Study circle met at the school Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock for a program presented by a group of boys and girls from Miss Selma Schumann's second grade who sang, gave recitations and read stories. Miss Marie Sober led the lesson on "Inferiority Complex." Mrs. Dan Pigman and Mrs. Walter Bohnsack acted as hostesses. .;. WOMEN OF MOOSE GIVE CAJRD PARTY Women of the Moose sponsored a benefit card party at the Moose hall Wednesday evening with Mrs. Fred Freitag in charge of arrangements assisted by Mrs. Vern Mott and Mrs. Irving Elstad. High score prizes for bridge went to E. W. Lilly and Mrs. Willis Bemiss and for 500 to Mrs. W. C. Groth and Henry Sack. Mrs. E. V. Wolters won the door prize. SPECIAL PRICES on FUR COATS FOR REMAINDER OF FEBRUARY . . . · · · KEEP WARM IN ONE OF OUR HIGH-QUALITY FUR COATS Plans Made by Rebekahs for Program Meeting to Be Followed By Entertainment Friday at 1.0.0. F. Hall. Following the regular meeting of Rebekah lodge Friday evening at the I. 0. O.'F. hall, there will be a special program which will be open to all Odd Fellows. Rebekahs and their families and friends. Mrs. W. E. Brown and "Mrs. .Floyd Voiding have charge of the program which will begin at 8:30 o'clock. Lodge meeting will be at 7:30 o'clock. The program' will open with a minstrel chorus from the Roosevelt, Jackson and Madison Parent-Teacher associations. Mrs. E. W. Loterbour will be the interlocutor and Mrs. Lee Frost will do a specialty number. Miss Eva Scott is director and Mrs. Leon Woodward, accompanist. In Minstrel Chorus. In the chorus will he Mrs. H. P. Quenrud, Mrs. H. Flatness, Mrs. Floyd Voiding, Mrs. W. A. Carter, Mrs. A. C. Woods. Mrs L. E. Boothroyd. Mrs. K. E. Griffith. Mrs. J. E. Vesterby, Mrs. T. B. Ferguson. Mrs. E. E. Sullivan,- Mrs. R. E. Davis, Mrs. E. A. Flarup. Mrs. W. Needham. Mrs. C. Billings, Mrs. Paul Gustafson, Mrs Vera Shinn, Mrs. A. Anderson, Mrs. Olaf Ulen, Mrs. H. Lundahl, Mrs. R. E. Johnson and Mrs. J. Humphrey. "Mistake." a short play, will be given by three girls from Drama club of Lincoln school, Shirley Fixley, Betty Lou Greenman and Helen Avery. Popular songs will be sung by Maryls Mallo. "Radio Station L. 0. Z. Y." will be the Lincoln school group stunt. The cast includes: Announcer, Paul Fey; leader of orchestra, Hubert Cabell; members of orchestra: Ellen Betty Christiansen, Anna Mae Martin, Junior Kunz. Alberta Shaffer, Charles Sorlien, Ruth Sandy, Viola Jenson. Ruth Wigdahl and Pauline Dahl. Violin solo, Ellen Betty Christiansen; blues singer, Gladys Larson; tap dancers, Chaff in and Lee, sports announcer, Howard Grimm: Hoosier Hot Shot, LaRoy White, and piano accompanist, Wilma Walters. Spanish Numbers. 'Evolution of the Flag" will be staged by Monroe school eighth graders, under the direction of Miss Merna LaRue. Gene Sheffler, Hopkins Gushing, Stanley Howard, Shirley Forbes, Milton Cohen, Eugene Clark are in the group. "Spanish group," introduced, by Sando Monteon, will include dancers, Jesus Faz and Anita J. de Faz; musician, Antonio Aguilar, guitar;, Cipriano Aguilar, violin; Celestino Abrego, accordion. The dances to be done are "El Jarabe Tapatio" and "LaJota Espanola" and "Cielito Lindo," "El "Borrachito," "La Vir- geneita." Mrs. Floyd Voiding will give a reading and there will be solo dances by Phillip Cotsones, 16 year old Greek youth from Kankakee, 111., who will do straight tap dance and soft shoe dance. James Flemming will accompany him on the piano. Jefferson Pay Night Will Be Held Friday Jefferson Parent-Teacher association will have its pay night meeting Friday at 7:30 o'clock in the school. Each grade in the school is taking part in the program and following the program there will be games, booths and various concessions. Refreshments will he sold. Mrs. George DeGroat is chairman of arrangements and W. H. Rees and Howard O'Leary have charge of the games and entertainment. --"S 1 -SECOND LICENSE ISSUED IN MONTH GARNER--A marriage license, the second issued this month, went to Michael Loebig, 20, Wesley, and Minetta Molander, 19, Britt. To Enliven Your Wardrobe GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New Yorlt City By DIANA DAY. Attractive Blouse Has Shirring at Shoulders; Belted Waistline, For Later Winter, Early Spring. A FEW OUTSTANDING VALUES INCLUDE Fitch Trim, Nor. Seal. . $59.50 Size 16, Nor. Seal 79.50 Size 16, So. Muskraf... 125.00 Size 18, No. Muskmt. . 75.00 Size 16, Silver Muskror. 75.00 Size 18, Brown Caracul $100.00 Size 16, Grey Broadtail. 75.00 Size 36, Mendozo Beaver 75.00 Size 16-18, P a n t h e r . . . . 79.50 Size 18, Genuine Black Alaska Seal 250.00 SEVERAL NORTHERN SEAL FUR COATS, VERY SPECIAL AT $49.50 See These Coats! Every Coat a Sensational Value! WELCOME, MAJOR BOWES' AMATEURS! 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Since 1907 men and women have purchased more than 20 million packages. Could any better recommendation be had? Start today! You will soon experience Marmola's benefits. When you have gone far enough, stop taking Marmola. And you will bless the day when you first discovered this marvelous reducing agent! Marmola is on sale by all dealers--· from coast to coast' The essence of daintiness and charm, is this simple to sew blouse. You'll want to make it the moment you see it. It introduces soft fullness through seaming, which also makes the waistline appear incredibly slim. Imagine! Two major parts to pattern! The sleeves are easy to handle shirred into the armholes. Make it of plain or printed crepe silk to wear now, and later with your spring suit. Style No. 2580 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years. 36, 38 and 40-inchcs bust. Size 16 requires 2 yards of 39-inch material. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. New spring fashion book costs ten cents. Send for your copy today! Book and pattern together twenty- five cents'. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette -Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. MARY MORTON Menu Hint. Roast Stuffed Shoujder of Lamb Baked Potatoes Canned Peas Raw Carrot and Celery Salad Gingerbread With Celery Sauce Coffee The cherry sauce served over the gingerbread- or any favorite cake or pudding, is appropriate for George Washington's birthday. Make your favorite gingerbread or cake and serve sauce over it while hot. Today's Recipes. Roast Stuffed Shoulder of Lamb --Shoulder of lamb, two cups dry bread crumbs, one tablespoon of minced onion, one tablespoon minced celery, one tablespoon butter, salt, pepper. Have the bones removed from a square cut shoulder of lamb and the sides sewed, leaving one side open for putting in the dressing. Make a dressing of the other ingredients, stuff the shoulder, sew or skewer the open side, place the roast on a rack in an open pan, and roast in a 300 to 350-degree Fahrenheit oven for about two to two and one-half hours. Serve on a hot platter. Four or five loin or rib chops left in one piece will make a little roast that will be just enough for one meal. Roast in a hot oven for about ten minutes to brown and then reduce the · temperature to about 300 degrees Fahrenheit and cook for 35 .or 40 minutes longer. Red Cherry Sauce.--Put into a saucepan one tablespoon cornstarch, one-fourth cup sugar and a few- grains of salt; stir in one cup of juice drained from a can of red cherries. Stir over direct heat until the mixture boils. Then add one tablespoon lemon juice and if necessary, more sugar to taste. Pour over gingerbread and garnish with some of the whole canned red cherries. Oil Stopper. After a bottle of glue has been opened rub a little fat or oil around the cork before inserting it in bottle ·and it will pull out easily. Glass stoppers should be treated the same. Choose Lamb. According- to Inez S. Wilson, home economist, lamb offers a wide variety of roasts which just seem made for the twosome who have just set up housekeeping. The leg of lamb may be reserved for the occasion when there are guests, but even a family of two can dispose of a smal leg of Iamb without becoming bored with too many disguised appearances. A rolled shoulder weighs from three to four pounds and is an i d ^ roast for the small family. Being boneless, it .will present no difficulties for the inexperienced carver The shoulder may be left flat after the bones are removed and the pocket filled with dressing. This will add to the number of servings but will make an easy second dinner, since it may be sliced and served cold with creamed potatoes and a hot vegetable. .;. EAGLE GROVE GIRL WEDS IN EL PASO EAG-LB GROVE -- Announcements have been received of the marriage in El Paso, Texas, Satur day. Feb. 15. of Miss Helen Paine to William Henry Bennett of El Paso. Texas. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Paine of this city, and Mr. Bennett is engaged in business in El Paso, where they will make their home. College Should Be of Value to Adults of Town By GARRY C. MYERS, PH. D. Child Training Authority The average college and uni- ersity hardly makes itself felt in its mmediate community, except among he business men to whom it brings rade, and the citizens who find their iroperty damaged or their rights nfringed upon by the students. Qh, es, many of the townsmen do en- oy the athletic games and a few f the public lectures put on by the ducational institution. Also there are some day students from the own or city; and the various clubs raw on the faculty occasionally for alent. But to the scores and hundreds f adults in the community, the ollege or university offers, with 'ery few exceptions, no course at all. Often the majority of the acuity look, with contempt upon such types of -education. ; Curiously enough, some state universities which do a. large extension service, offer no courses for adults, on the :ampus. Directed Study. Think of all the small college owns with hundreds and hundreds if bright men and women, especially women, who might be im- roving themselves through further directed study. These communities could be live centers of culture instead of graveyards for so many minds that are slowly dying from disuse. Who will start something in your college or university town? It would seem that the educational center might provide the leadership But, alas, not much initiative in :his direction is to be expected from the campus. Take Initiative. Maybe a few live citizens from the community could take the initiative Now and then there appears some leadership in a club that is not shackled by tradition. If a few of such were to arouse themselves they might stir up sentiment enough to make, an effective appeal to the president of the college or university --and sometim.es he can be reached, if at all, only through indirect contacts. Since this column is read in many college and university centers, let me suggest that readers in such places appeal to the editor of this paper to help stir up discussion and get action. Why not write him your ideas at once? I would be glad to pass on in this column some accounts of the way in which a college or university has made itself felt effectively as an educational institution right in its own neighborhood. .;. MARRIAGE LICENSE TO WISCONSIN PAIR NEW HAMPTON--A license to wed was issued to Robert Tracy. 23. and Frances Daane. 20, both of Madison, Wis. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES HAMPTON -- Marriage licenses were issued to Willis W. Meyer. 21. Latimer, and Verda Walker. 21, Latimer: Wilbert Reineking. 27. Latimer, and Dorothy Viola Christiansen. 23. Coulter; Eugene S. Roberts. 25. Geneva, and Florence May Dirksen. 19, Hampton. Miss Delia Bunting Weds Donald M. Wood CORWITH -- The marriage of Miss Delia Lillian Bunting and Donald Mathew Wood on November 23, las just been announced. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Charles H. Miller, pastor of the Methodist church, at the Methodist parsonage at Fairmont, Minn. Miss lola Hewlett of Kanawha, cousin of the bride, and Mac Clowes of Renwick attended the couple. Mrs. Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Bunting of Convith, is a graduate of the Corwith high school and attended the Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. For three years she taught school in district No. 5, near Corwith. Mr. Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wood of Stuart, is a graduate of the high school at Olympia, Wash and attended the Des Momes university. He is a graduate of the Holenship and Carpenter college of embalming at St. Louis, Mo. Mr. .and Mrs. Wood are living at Stuart. Every day Is Sunday bye and .bye --probably a bright Sunday one place and a rainy Sunday in the other.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH SVERY PURCHASE Announcing for Friday and Saturday A Complete Showing By Their Representative MARINETTE KNITTED SUITS and DRESSES for Spring Here is the event so many Mason City women and misses have been waiting for. It provides an opportunity for selection from one of the country's finest lines of knitted wear. Your visit will be very profitable here Friday and Saturday-You may make your selection of a suit or dress for spring from this superb and complete line of better knits. 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