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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 7, 1934
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 7 ·§ 19*4 PRESBYTERIAN PAGEANT OF SHAWLS DRAWS LARGE CROWD H. K, Jones Is Reader for Performance M u s i c a 1 Accompaniment Adds to Colorful Series of Scenes. The auditorium of Monroe school was weir filled Tuesday evening for toe Pageant of Shawls presented by the women of the First Presbyterian church. A number of familiar stories were told in the series of scenes by the effective use of shawls. Musical accompaniment. was furnished by the Monroe orchestra under the direction of W. A. Storer. Dr. H. K. Jones acted as reader for the pageant. Piano solos' were played by Mary Barbara Scott, and a guitar ensemble under the direction of.G. Rae furnished Spanish music for the Spanish dancer scene in which Mrs. Robert Jones appeared." The ensemble also played an accompaniment for Mrs. Don Wells who. sang ."Estrellita." In the Hebrew scenes Mrs. John Heap, .Mildred Hotchkin, Ardlth Lock and Marian Hanes had part; In the Indian scene, Mrs. Ben Gustafson; Scotch, Mrs. George K. Davies; Irish, Elizabeth Friesner; gypsy, Mrs. Herman Dirksen; Japanese, Mrs. Sidney Stott; Navajo, Mrs. Clyde Wilson, Mrs. Frank Bld- wel, Mrs. Hobart Johnson, Jane Rae Johnson and Miss Marjorie Taplin. A colonial dance was performed. Mrs. Minnie Campbell appeared as tne pioneer woman, Mrs. John Sloan, the old fashioned'mother and Mrs. George Barrett, the modern young woman. Mrs. Roy Servison, Mrs. C. 0. Pas- nail and Mrs. Harold H. Jennings played piano accompaniments and Mrs. Harlan MacMillan, violin. Mrs. Albert Hass was general chairman, Mrs. Hobart Duncan, dramatic director;'Mrs.'A. C. Hagerman, musical director and Mrs. Jennings, program. ARRANGING FUN MRS. W. A. CARTER is planning a wide variety of entertainment for the annual pay night, a carnival affair, sponsored by the Roosevelt- Jackson' P. T. A., which is to be held Friday night starting at 7 o'clock, at the Roosevelt school. The evening's program will include two basketball games; a play, "The Girls," to be given by.a. group of Child Study mothers; games for children and grown-ups; side shows, and a variety of carnival features. In addition to Mrs. Carter, the general committee includes Mrs. John Kopecky, refreshment stands; Mrs. T. B. Ferguson, tickets, and Mrs. Chester W. Billings, publicity. UNITY CHAPTER O. E. S. MEETS AT TEMPLE Fifty attended the meeting of the Unity chapter. No. 58, O. E. S. on Tuesday night in the Masonic temple with Mrs. F. J. Crawford, worthy matron, presiding. A class ol 11 was declared proficient after taking a test in the work of the order under the direction of Mrs. W. S. Lawrence. The school of Instruction which had been previously announced for March 13 has been postponed. HERE'S HELP FOR YOU! TE YOU most be on the job CT- J_ ery day, here's i medicine yon ought to know about. Little chocolate coated tablets which bring welcome relief from "women's trou« W«s." Purse size, 50 cents; -'1 am 27 and a textile winder in the inill. I had cramps so bad that I had to cry many times. I used to stay in bed two days a month. Lydia B. Pinkham's Tablets helped me wonderfully. For the first time in my life" 1 do not suffer. I can work all the time now and {eel strong. I used to be rundown and nervous and couldn't eat. Now I eat more than I ever did";,-- Mrs. Betmie dates, 1563 Terrace Street, Muskegm, Mich. "I recommend Ivdia E. Pinkham'a Medicine to everyone. I was rundown and tired and had pains in my stomach and was irregular. Your Tablets proved wonders to me." -Mrs. Fred Backmann, 1023 So, 2nd Street, La Croat, try this medicine yourself. Youwill be pleased with the results; 100 Attend Anniversary Celebration Grace Evangelical Women s Missionary Society in Tenth Year. One hundred persons were present for the tenth anniversary celebration of the Grace Evangelical Missionary society which was held at the church Tuesday evening. The program opened with a hymn by the congregation and the scripture reading which was used at one of the first meetings o£ the society. Prayers were given by Mrs. G. Stelner, Mrs. F. Fewins and Mrs. H. Scheef. Mrs. Brunemeier, president, gave the address of welcome and Mrs. F. R. Blakely of Manly, vice president of the Iowa branch of the society, responded. The minutes of the first two meetings were, read by Mrs. N. T. DeWitt and the roll call of charter members made. The charter members were Mrs. H. Gmelin, Mrs. Esther Bauer Tevis, Mrs. G. F. Heckman, Mrs. E. Ocken of Minneapolis, Mrs. G. Steiner, Mrs. H. C. Schees, Mrs. A. Schragg of Waterloo, Mrs. William Sloan and Mrs. Herbert Winter. Robert Collen played a solo and the treasurer's report was made '/y Mrs. Fred Uschner. The offering was for the Iowa Conference of Missions. Members of the society presented a play, "Passers-by" which-was followed by a'hymn by the congregation and benediction. Greetings were received from Mrs. J. F. Stamm of Kansas City, wife of Bishop Stamm, Mrs. B. A. Smith of Des Moine's, first president of the society, Mrs. J. A. Haeblen of Cedar Falls, state president of the W. M. S., Mrs. E. Ocken of Minneapolis. Mrs. P. W. Pfaltzgraff of Hubbard and from the Meservey W. M. S. The Manly W. M. S. had a delegation at the meefing. Child Study Club Meets for Dinner Members of the Child Study club entertained their husbands at a pot luck dinner Tuesday evening at the Y. M. C. A. with Mrs. H. C. Brown as chairman of the dinner and Mrs. H. B. Major, the program. The program included music by the Orphean orchestra and a one act comedy, "About Face," presented by Clarice Paul, Alice Kolar and Lucille Byerly. Mrs. C. E. Oilman sang three numbers. .. "A debate was given with R. J.' Johnston" as chajrman and Mr. Brown, Frank Sheffler, G. Gltz and D. E. Randall taking part. NORTH WESTERN WOMEN MEET FOR CARD PARTY Forty members and friends of the North Western R. R. Women's club met Tuesday afternoon at the P. G. B. auditorium for a card party at which bridge and 500 were played. High score bridge prize went to Mrs. Ted Galbreth and low to Mrs. Roy Dull and high score 500 prizes to Mrs. Nellie Kennedy ana low to Mrs. Chester Williams. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Hans Pusch and her committee which included Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Mrs. Norman Spuhler and Mrs. Kennedy, LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS PERSISTENT USE BRINGS PERMANENT RELIEF i) D 1934 GLASSES AT MY 1933 PRICES · Q P T O M E T R l ! Llvergood Bros. Mason City Satisfaction Guaranteed ... then a hint helped this young secretary ·fOU KNOW IT'S /WFULLV E/8SY "TO OFFEND THROUGH PERSPIR/rriON COOR IN UNDERTHING5. 1WTS WHV I LUX MINE EVERY DAI"; ftO THEY NOTICE THAT ABOUT ME.? HCW AWFUL-- I V LL L_ a -g-s,,GET LUX RIGHT AWAY LATER W^RE GMWG A WRTY NEXT WEEK KSi WE'RE CRAZY TO HAVE \DU COME MJU'RE MTONS A HIT THESE DAYS TOU HELPED ME A LOT WITH THAT LUX TIP. LUX IS WONDERFUL--TAKES AWAY PERSPIRATION ODOR QUICKLY AMP SWES COLORS. TOO SMART JACKET DRESS INTERESTING DETAIL OF BODICE FRONT MAKES UNUSUAL TWO PIECE FROCK FOR SPRING WEAR GloM-Guetto PeerltM II Cent Pattern, 100 Fifth Avenue, New Yoru City BT DIANA DAV -Today's pattern is a lovely model . for the companion woolens or for the new looking crepe silk prints. You can also use plain crepe silks, and It is especially smart in two- tone expressions. Delicious little details give chic to this slimming model of princess lines. And you'll find it very simple to fashion it. If preferred, a narrow belt of self material finished with a smart metal clasp can be worn at normal waistline. The original model sketched is navy and powder blue crepe silk print. The lighter tone in plain crepe is used for contrast. Style No. 510 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 36, 38 anck 40 Inches bust. Size 16 requires 4 yards of 38- inch material with 1% yards of 39- inch contrasting. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found In this new and exciting Spring Fashion Book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of BOOK 10 cents. Price of PATTERN 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin, carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY ijianisli War Veterans auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. A. M. C. and B. W-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Yeomen-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. '. E. O. DZ~ 8 o'clock, Mrs. F. C. Goodman, 1205, South Federal avenue, election of officers. . "athers of Harding P.T.A. Arrange for Program at School Harding P. T. A. will observe 'athers' night at its meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the school when a program planned by he fathers of the organization will )e presented. John Hermanson is chairman of arrangements assisted by a commit- .ee including Charles Cooper, Otto Englebretson, W. J. Easley, H. H. Boyce, Lee Roberts, George Hawkins, G. G. Weida and J. A. Gashel. Ruth Buehler will play a marimba solo, Dennis Cross will do a tap lance and a group of Miss Ellen Smith's pupils from the high school will present a part of the operetta, Naughty Marietta." Dr. S. S. Westly of Manly will speak on his :rip to Europe. Refreshments will ie served at the close of the evening. THURSDAY Y. M. F. C. Class-7:30 o'clock, A. M.,Halsor home, 647 East State street, executive meeting. Loyal Women, Phllathea classes-6:30 o'clock, Church of Christ, dinner for men's class. Valther league-8:30 o'clock, church, Charles Hereid, OrviUe Stlnebart, Fred Kramer. Tlnlty Roosevelt circle-1 o'clock, J. J. Rustad, 200 Twentieth street southeast. Washington-Monroe P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. E. T. W. club- Postponed to Friday. V. F. W. auxiliary-8 o'clock, V. F. W. hall, 104H South Federal avenue. dl-R's Bridge club-1 o'clock, Ford Hopkins tearoom, Mrs. Vem Howard," hostess. Trl-Deck Bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. P. J. Barclay, 24 Vermont avenue southeast. ifovel club-Mrs. F. W. Osmundson, 41 Beaumont 'drive, Mrs. Gilbert Avery, Mrs.' G. E. Harrison, Mrs. C. 0. Pasnau, Mrs. Draper Long, Mrs. Millard Miller, committee, lesson, Mrs. Carleton Stewart. Get-Together club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Hayes Davis, 1805 Carolina avenue northeast, 'mmanuel South division-2 o'clock, Mrs. Olga Ramsey, 125 Twenty-first street southeast. . W. M. T. club-2 o'clock, Mrs. C. B. Swafford, 1315 Jefferson avenue northwest. Energetic class-Church, Mrs. W. Homrig, Mra. Bert Letts. O. N. O. club- Mrs. Everett McKee, 1641 Washington avenv northwest. East Side Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. F. C. Wllktos. St. James Lutheran Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. F. Bruns, Mrs. E. Bublitz. W. C. T. tJ.-- 2:30 o'clock,, Y. W. C. A: L. U. G. A.-Mrs. F. D. Siewertsen. Central P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Athenian club-Mrs. B. M. Nangle, 403 Fourth street southeast, current events Mrs. E. J. Kelley, Mrs. W. Martin; lesson, Mrs. W. B. Casey. History club-Postponed. Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. R. N. A.-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Baptist D. 0. A.-7:30 o'clock, Ruby Johannsen, 604 Fourth street northeast. Harding P. T. A-7:30 o'clock, school, Fathers night. Garf ield P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school. .;. The chief difference is that old timers praised or blamed Provi dence instead of the government.-Davenport Times. Bits About 'Em Eleanor .Lambert of New York, sister of Mrs. R. B. Irons, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, who has visited in Mason City, was one of he party which accompanied Mrs. franklin D. Roosevelt on her trip 'rom Washington to Miami. Mrs. Lambert was sent by the Eastern Air Transport company as a pub- icity representative to obtain ma- lerial on Mrs. Roosevelt's interest in flying. * * * Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Waterman of Cedar Rapids are the parents of a baby firl born March 2. Virginia Ann is :he name chosen for the child. Mrs. JVaterman will be remembered as Mary Louise Smith, former dancing teacher here. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Andy Bryant of Fort Dodge; formerly of Mason City, visited here Tuesday. * * * Elder James, son of Mr. and Mrs, R. L, James, 904 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, la hi Minneapolis :aking West Point entrance exam- nations. * * * Maurice Crabb of Eagle Grove has returned to his home after a visit with his mother, Mrs. Harriet Crabb. * * * Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Holly, 42' Twenty-ninth street southwest, returned Tuesday from Ossian where they had been visiting Mrs. Holly's mother, Mrs. Mary Larson, for a days. A Harris county, Texas, resident was so eager to qualify for voting in 1934 elections that he tried to pawn his overcoat for the $1.50 to pay his poll tax. ATTENTION! If you have newspaers or magazines to donate to High School Band and Orchestra please telephone Thursday or Friday. Northwest section call 2620 or 2707. Northeast section call 1669-J or 1632. Southwest section call 2896-J or 1075. Southeast section call 1637-W or 1868. Rock Crystal Glassware' and Fine Bavarian China WATCHES Blonehord^ DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE Performance Presented by Y' Glee Club -horus, Solo and Trio Numbers Heard in Concert a t Y . W . C A . A recital of well chosen chorus umbers, solos and trio selections ·ag presented at the Y. W, C. A. uesday evening by the Y. W. C. i.. Glee club under the direction of Mra. W. F. Ingraham with Thomas jregory as accompanist. The sing- rs performed with well divided harmony and gave a competent pro- ram. Three numbers by the club, Springtime" by Watkins, "Spring- ime of the Year" by Rush and Forget-Me-Not" by Giese opened he recital. Miss Ann Whyte sang Matin Song" by Tosti and "Danny Boy" by Weatherby, followed by a election by the trio which includes he Misses Nadine Kimrey, Lenore 3uche and Johaena . Nelson who »ang "You Better Ask Me" by O'Harrow. The glee club sang "Birds Pas- age Farewell" by Hilbach, "Trees" ly Rosbach and "Come to the Fair" ly Martin. "Sunset" by Bach and 'Thou Art My Rest" by Collan were given by Miss Nina Hjelm, the later number in Norwegian. Miss Kimrey sang "For All Eternity" by McKenzle and "Say Not Farewell" by Bennett. Two numbers, "Tally Ho" by Leoni and 'Modern Hiawatha" by Bliss, were done by the glee club, followed by ':wo solos by Ermal Irving, "My Jttle Grey Home in the West" by Lohr and "0 Schone Ziet" by Giest. Mrs. Forrest Jacobs gave a solo, 'My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" by Saint Saens and the concluding jroup on the program was done by he club which sang "Sylvia" by Speaks, "Still as the Night" by 3ohm and "Venetian Love Song" by Nevin. HISS VIRGINIA BOTD HOSTESS TO CLUB. Miss Virginia Boyd, 305 First street southeast, entertained the Akiyuhapi club at her home Tuesday evening. Bridge was played at hree tables with high score prize going to Miss Mary Griffith and guest prize to Mrs. Pete Meek. --*-- ·VHSS KATHRYN KOHL HOSTESS AT BRIDGE Miss Kathryn Kohl, 123 Second street southeast entertained at jrldge Tuesday evening. There were three tables and high"score prize went to Miss Betty Leland. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern MAGNOLIA BUD. Changing conditions and migration have given this attractive block a, name suitable for the climate in which it is pieced. Of southern origin, it was first pieced in New Orleans, where it was named for the delicate magnolia blossom. Moving about the country, It is modified slightly, but always retains its fragile loveliness. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 17 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 17. SHORTE COLDS PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS SPECIAL ON ... Men's Elgin Strap Watches 17-Jewel Movement, Gold Filled Case. Regular $37.50 Value-$24.50 MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A, BLDG. M. T. T. CLUB MEETS WITH ANN BOSCHERT M. T. T. club was entertained by Miss Ann Boschert Tuesday evening at her home, 28 Fourteenth street northeast. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Miss Rose Schultz and Mrs. Lola Berger and refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Voice, Harp Program for Music Group Matinee Musicale Meets With Mrs. Johnson for Recital. Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, contralto, and Mrs. Leon Woodward, harpist presented a. recital for the Matinee Musicale club at a meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. C. Johnson, 305 Carolina avenue southeast. The guests included Mrs. L. R. Woodward and Mrs. B. I. Bright. Mrs. Bright played a piano number, "Excerps in A Minor" from Concerto Opus 64" by Schumann. Mrs. Humphrey sang "Down Here" by Brahe, "Robin, Robin" by Stress and "Vespers" by Fisher. Mrs. Woodward played three harp numbers, "Spanish Interlude," "Vision in E Flat" and "Grand Arpeggio" by Chalmers and Mrs. Humphrey sang "Wings in the Morning" by Wiley and "Were My Song With Wings Provided," by Hahn. "In the Garden" by Schuetze and "Minstrel's Adieu to His Native Land" by Thomas were played by Mrs. Woodward and the concluding numbers on the programs were four selections by Mrs. Humphrey, "Robin Adair" by Pinto, "Come Back to Erin," "Pretty Girl Milking a Cow" and "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms." Mrs. Woodward used the harp which is being purchased for the high school orchestra. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED TO COUPLE. A marriage license has been issued to Melvin S. Hall, 26, and Agnes Groth, 26, both of Forest City. Smarter Styles, Better CJaality For Less--Since 1920 ·OURTEST AHD SATISSACT10B WITH SVKRY PURCHASE 'DeKaye DRESSES They belong right in the center of things--where the smart crowds gather --cheery, carefree, up- to - the - minute affairs that get a rousing welcome everywhere. See these soon in spring colors and sizes from 12 to 54, Suits and Coats In a profusion of colors and styles. Priced from $10.95 and up "SEE YOU TOMORROW National Authority Meats and Meat Cookery Guest Speaker at KITCHEN KLINIC Cooking and Home-makers' School Conducted by HELEN A. ALBERTUS P. G. E. Home Economist P. G. L Auditorium Thursday, March 8th -- 2:30 p. m. Introducing to the Home-makers of this community the latest scientific discoveriesln the art of preparing me ats. Secrets heretofore unrevealed at any previous cooking school... interesting . .. educational. You are cordially invited to this class . . . the last in the present series of Thursday afternoon classes. FLORENCE C. PLONDKE

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