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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TA^VO T^T^ "Â· -- ^^ FEBRUARY IS f TM "* ^JOSEPH SCHOOL PUPILS ARE PRESENTED IN OPERETTA Grade Band E n t e r t a i n s Large Group Program of Dances, Read- : ings and Solos Included. ' The 50 members of the St. Joseph school seventh and eighth grade harmonica band played in concert Tuesday evening for 400 in the school hall. The band was the chief attraction of the operetta "Tad's Inspiration." The players were seated in four tiers. A. white middy black; streamer tie and blue shirt was the uniform worn by the "iris nrV. SI n i.1 i *_ . . Â° ' while .the boys wore white shirts and dark trousers. sport Perfect rhythm, pure tone and a good tremolo marked all tie band numbers. "Sidewalks of New York" pleased the audience most. During this piece Julia Boin performed a tap dance. Other selections by the band were "America," "Jlv Bonnie," "Old Folks at Home." "Old Black Joe," and "Home Sweet Home." Solos Flayed. Gerald Chamberlain played the part of Tad, founder of the harmonica band. Acting as Professor John musical director, was Richard Casey. Solo harmonica numbers by these two were "Believe Me if All These Endearing Young Charms and "Annie Laurie." Sara Jane the cripple girl for whom Tat wished his band to play, was in terpreted by Catherine Seisseger John West added to the entertain ment with the humorous reading "Mr. Brown Gets His, Hair Cut." Friends of Tad and Sara Jane and members of the band were Virginia Emery, Vere Kelly, Joseph Lukes Dean Daly, James McLaughlm Catherine Delaney and Alice Edel. Members of Band. Other band members were Doris Donaldson, Bertha Gross, Mary Gribben, Kathryn O'Gorman, Leo Ebeling, Donald Pille, Lawrence Neibergall, Edward Bernemann, Louis Greener, Donald Bernemann, Elmer Edel, Donald Gas a way, Francis Householder, Junior Hubbard, John Jacobs, Robert McKiness, Ger- Wacs and the Macs, athletic clubs in the school. Support. Club. Hubert Reardon and Anthony Selascger acted as lively supporters of the clubs. Felix Waychus was a make-believe robber who gave Mary Smith the first opportunity to show her courage, and Robert, McKiness was the hoy who circulated reports of Mary Smith's athletic prowess. Virginia Kelley played as Madge,' winner of the loving cup for excellence in gym work. Acting with her as members of the ' athletic clubs were Phyllis Cain, Catherine Hughes, Mary Murphy, Mary Agnes Connor, .-Junior Hubbard, Donald ; asawa'y. Mary Colloton played as Mrs. Wood, a chaperon. Other followers of the club were Kathryn Tritchler, Grace Marie Ryan, Mary [Jrbikas, Leo Cashman, Marcus Ryan,i James Shovein, John Mueller, Thomas Peterson, Gerald Machalek, Francis Householder, Joseph Madden, Roslie Madden, Josephine Lewis, Elmer Edel, Louis Greener, Don- Miss Smith Is-Bride of G.H.Krieger Couple to Live Here on Return From Trip to Minneapolis. M i s s Dorothy aid Bernemann, Robert Lowell Peterson, Earl aid Machalek, Lawrence MajeWskl, John Mueller, Lowell Peterson] Robert Poshusta, Anthony Seisse- ger, Earl Hearity.' Felix Waychus, Mary TTrbikas, Kathryn Tritchler, Josephine Lewis, Grace Marie Ryan, Mary Murphy ,\ Davida Maricle, Virginia Kelley, Catherine Hughes, Mary Agnes Connor, Mary Colloton, Phyllis Cain, Genevieve Bernemann, Roslie Madden La- Poshusta Hearity, Lawrence Majewski, John Jacobs. Both the seventh and eighth grade pupils sang in the choruses of the operetta, and the seventh grade also sang- "Santa Lucia" in two voices. The high school orchestra played between the parts of the program. All the accompaniments were played by Louise Nugent. Wedding of Mary'Eden, Elmer Hauptly. Is Held; Pair to Live on Farm WESLEY, Feb. 18.--Miss Mary Eden, youngest daughter of John Eden, and Elmer Hauptly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hauptly, were married Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Methodist parsonage at Britt, the Rev. G. W. Egglestcn, pastor, officiating at the single ring ceremony. The bride was gowned in a lace trimmed blue georget dress with harmonizing accessories. Her aiatei Mrs. Will Hauptly, who served as maid of honor was dressed in a prin dress. Each carried a bouquet o pink carnations. Following the ceremony, dinner was served at the home of Mr. anc Urs. Will Hauptly where Mr. Haupt- Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. leorge S m i t h , :70 Ninth street southeast, a n d George Krieger, *on of 'Crieger, C. G. w e r e y will operate his March 1. father's farm . In the-sevenfh grade play, "How Many Marys Have We Here ?" Genevieve Bernemann took the role of Miss Waverley, athletic instructor ia high school. Davida Maricle and . Lavonne Mulert were the two Marys caused confusion the DINNER DANCE HELD AT CLEAR LAKE CLUB Mrs. H. C. Freisner and Mrs. Ed Stoltz entertained at a dinner dance Tuesday evening at the Clear Lake Country club for their daughters, Elizabeth Freisner and Kathryn Stoltz. Covers were placed for 28 guests. T. N. T. CLUB MEMBERS MEET EjOR PARTY; Members of the T. N. T. club met for a slumber party Tuesday evening at the Y. W. C. A. After a swim in the pool a treasure' hunt was held; Helen Desart found the treasure. Breakfast was served in the cafeteria. carried Wcdnes- 'ay morning at 8 o'clock at the St. James Lutheran parsonage. .The Rev. O. H. Mall read the service. The bride wore a long blue crepe gown and carried pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. William Krieger, ' brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom attended them. Both Mr. Krieger and his bride are graduates of the Mason City high school. They have left on a wedding trip to Minneapolis and on their return will be at home here where the bridegroom is associated with his father in the model garden business. .;. . Thomas-Cody Wedding Takes Place at Britt Methodist Parsonage CARPENTER, Feb. 18.--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cody announce the marriage of their daughter, Hilda, and Floyd H. Thomas, Clarion,'which took place at their home. The pastor, the Rev. P. Ljosttyet, Eagle Grove, read the services in the presence of about 20 relatives anc friends. The bride was attired in light BITS ABOUT'EM Miss Beth Lyons, coach of the Webster City junior college debating team, accompanied the team to Mason City Wednesday and visited at the home of her cousin R. W Willis, 221 Ninth street northwest. * * * Mrs. M. J. Barrie of Seattle, Wash., is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Hughes, 310 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. She will spend next week in Rochester, Minn. * * * Thomas Orvick, Miss Doris Brom and Miss Alice Luchsinger, Renwick, were in Mason City Wednesday. They are all winners of the 1 Renwick .declamatory contest and were in Mason City to practice their work under Mrs. R. L. James, coach of the contest. , * * * Ralph S. Stanbery, 915 Delaware avenue northeast, and Erdix Swift, i )S6 Monroe place northwest, spent! Wednesday in Des Moines * * * ; Mrs. Effie Frantz has arrived! frotn Chicago and will spend a few days visiting her brother, Â· ROY Campbell, 112 / 2 South Federal avo- Mr. and Mra. L. A. DeVoe of Ogellala, Nebr., have returned to their home after spending several days with the A. B. DeVoes, 1010 Jefferson avenue northwest. Both DeVoe families were called to Waterloo last week by the illness and death of Mr. DeVoe's brother E C DeVoe. Mrs. Kate Ashley "is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watts of Ionia. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blodgett, G10 Jefferson avenue northwest, hava returned from Garner where they were guests in the home of Clifford Sweigard. * ,* * Miss Frances brake, 1415 Delaware avenue southeast, left Wednesday for Des Moines to vist her sister, Mrs. H. R. Colony, and to attend grand opera. She will return the latter part-of this week. blue ailk and sweet peas. wore a corsage of Announcement I wish to announce to the public that I have taken over the Millinery Department in the Betty Jane Dress Shop and will operate same. I have completed a trip to the east where I have, purchased new millinery. The complete stock will arrive soon and I anticipate the pleasure of seeing you here. You cun rest assured that the hat you want will be found in the new stock. Watch for further announcements. DORIS LUNSMAN. MILLINERY 114 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. Jtuqhs 3 South Federal Ave. Mason City's Finest and Newest Specialty Shop See Thursday's Paper For Announcement The bride has been employed as deputy recorder at Clarion for the past five years. After a short visit here with her parents, the young couple will make their home on a farm near Gait. MARY LOUISE CLUB HOLDS MEETING Members of the Mary Louise club met with Mrs. H. B. Hasbrouck, 504 Washington avenue northwest Tuesday -afternoon. Bridge was played with high score prize to Mrs. John C. Shipley. MRS. DONALD WRIGHT . HONORED AT SHOWER " Mrs. Donald Wright was honored at a shower given at the home of Mrs. W. S. Lawrence, 1217 Monroe avenue northwest. There were 14 guests and the evening was spent informally. MISS GRACE GILE HOSTESS TO CLUB Miss Grace E. Gile. 322 Fifth street northwest, entertained members of the B. and B.' club at her home Tuesday evening. There were three tables of bridge and high score prize went to Miss Freda Catlin and guest prize to Miss Joe Ludeman. The refreshments carried out a patriotic theme. W.' A. O. W. CLUB MEETS FOR DINNER Mr. and Mrs.. Arleigh Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Major entertained members of the W. A. O. W. club at dinner Tuesday evening at the Marshall home, 324 Seventh street northwest. Covers- were placed for 22 including two guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Loughlin, and tulips were used as decorations. The evening wag spent informally. Mardi Gras Dance Held by Owl Club Dinner Parties Precede Final Pre-Lenten Party. Members of the Owls club held a Mardi Gras party -Tuesday evening at the Hotel Hanford. More than 75 couples were present for the affair which will be the last one until after Easter. Preceding the dance Mr. and Mrs R. W. Baumgartner and Dr. and IMPROVED ROASTING PROCESS RESULTS IN DISTINCTIVE COFFEE Flavor Suchas No Othev Coffee Has is Marvelously Developed Through Control Beyond a doubt the most revolutionary event in the history of coffee was the invention and patenting, a few years ago, of a remarkable roasting process by Hills Bros, of San Francisco. This process is called Controlled Roasting. By permitting only'a few pounds of coffee at a time to pass continuously through the roasters in which the heat and speed of operation are accurately controlled, a perfect roast is insured. Every berry is roasted evenly with the result that there is a matchless, uniform flavor in every pound. Tests show thnt such flavor cannot be developed by the common method of roasting coffee in bulk. In spite of watchful care, the operator cannot prevent variation of roast in the different batches. Naturally there is variation in the flavor. In order to keep their- delicious coffee absolutely fresh, Hills Bros, pack it ]n vacuum. By this process air, which destroys the flavor of coffee, is taken out of the can and kept out. Ordinary cans, even if air-tight, do not keep coffee fresh. Hills Bros. Coffee is sold everywhere by grocers. Ask for it by name arcd look for the Aratf--the trade-mark--on the can. , Â· Hills Bros. Coffee, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota. 0:931 Mrs. M. D. McMichael entertained 25 guests at dinner at the McMichael home, m Linden drive. Spring flowers centered the table. The same group of guests returned to McMichaels for a buffet supper after the dance. Dr. and Mrs. Steve A. O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs. Howard O'Leary were losts to 21 couples at dinner at the Hanford before the dance. An arrangement of tulips, narcissus and jonquils centered the tables and :ulips in small flower pots marked the women's places. Individual match boxes were at the mens' )laces. .;. , Marriage Licenses Issued to Fifteen Couples Within Week NEW HAMPTON, FeK 18.--Ray R. Sission, Chickasaw county clerk of court, issued 15 marriage licenses last week as follows: Jans Groeneveld and Swanetta Junker, Aplington; Claude C. Itzen and Lucille Hoffa, Grundy Center; Alfred Mclvin Hildahl, Elma, and Cora Theodora Johnson, Lawler; Raymond G. Lage and Alta Rohweder, Gladbrook; Leo Francis Wade, Parnell, and Opal Hahn, North English; Carl Santman and Pearl Wurtzel', Dysart; J. M. Rasmussen, Toledo' Iowa, and Cora Freet, Garwin; Bn- gelbert F. David, Kenosha, Wis., and Alice M. Smith, Delhi; Maynard C. Llllengraven, Waterloo, and' Evelyn C. Corwin, Cedar Falls; Lewis M. Mordman and Ruth, E. Shore, Cedar Falls; Vernon L. Neuhalfen, Blue Earth, Minn., and Frances E! Cole, Delevan, Minn.; Harold G. White, Crawfordsville, and Alice Pearson, Ainsworth; Morrel T West, Jewell, and Celia. Mickelson, Randall; Aloysius Hilsman and Irene Bonfig, New Hampton; Walter Neubaum, Ute, and Josephine Lehmberg, .Soldier; Fred J. Ludwig Lawton, and Etta Wilson, Marble Rock. Group Hears Contribution of Spaniards Mrs. Harold J o h n s o n Is Hostess to Matinee Musicale. At the meeting of Matinee Musicale Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harold Johnson the lesson on "Spanish Influence on Music in the United States" was led by Mrs. Leon Woodward and Mrs. Don Wells. Mrs. Roy Servison gave current events. Mrs. Bertha Patchen played a group of four piano numbers by Frederick Knight Logan including "At Twilight," "Plaza Dance," "Neath the Balcony" and "Castenet Dance." Mrs. Wells presented Quirina Monteon who sang three Mexican folk songs, "Cielito Lindo," "Ade- llta" and "El Relicario." She was accompanied by Mrs. Wells. Miss Monteon also gave a costume dance number accompanied by Mrs. J. E. Stinehart who played "Spanish Fiesta." Mrs. Wells sang four songs, the last three in Spanish with Mrs. Woodward, as accompanist. They were "Dreamy Seyilla" by Logan, "Un Pajarito" by "Ross, VTe A'doib Yo" by McCoy and '3*8die/-Me Quiere" by Ross. Mrs. Woodward talked on the life of Kent Mowrey. An ensemble comprising Mrs. Harlan McMillan, violin; Mrs. Harold "Johnson, clarinet; Mrs. Thomas Barclay, flute, and Mrs. Woodward, piano, played two numbers by Mowrey, "Seren- ade-Aubade Mexicaine" and "Spanish Gypsy Dance." Mrs. R. E. Patton played a piano number, "Soaring' by Schumann. Guests at the meeting were. Mrs. Patton, Mrs. Barclay and Miss Monteon. Mrs. Church Speaker for Wa-Tan-Yes Members Hear of New Canning Methods at Meeting. Mrs. Juanita Church, manager of the Canners' Supply company of Mason City, was the speaker at the Tuesday noon luncheon meeting of Wa-Tati-Ye club at Hotel/Hanford. Mrs. Church has been with the company ever since it located in Mason City about four years ago. Among the principal articles handled by this company are tin cans and can sealers. Mrs. Church had on display at the meeting one of the sealers and'cans, with which she demonstrated the. process of sealing without any solder or other substance, causing the cans to become airtight. Mrs. Church stated this method of canning has become very popular with women on the farm, and others who can in laree quantities. , "It is used for canning fruits, vegetables' and meats, and by reason of this simplified method greater quantities can be handlec in much less time than is required for canning and preserving with glass jars," she explained. "The tin cans are also easier to handle, and take less space for storage than do the glass jars." Mrs. Church makes her home with her sister, Mrs. Frank Palmer, at Clear Lake, and.is a member of the Clear Lake Wa-Tan-Ye club. Monday evening the club members will meet with their president, Miss Bertha Gould, at the home of her brother, Orlo Gould, 801 North Washington avenue. At this meeting nominations will be received for officers of the club for the ensuing year. Miss Etta Wilson Weds F. J. Ludwig; Pair Go on RASMUSSEN-WILSON EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 18, Howard L. Rasmussen of Hardy was married to Miss Dorothy Wilson by the Rev. W. G. Muhleman, pastor of the Methodist church, at the residence of the bride's parerits. The bride's attendant was Miss Edythe Wilds of Eagle Grove, and the best man was Mr. Sam Amosson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Wilson and is a graduate of the local high school. Mr. Ras.mussen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rasmussen of Hardy. SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY Harding Child Study circle ' 7:00 o'clock, school. Yeomen-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Jefferson Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. M, E. Dalvey 1414 East State street. Phoenicians-8 o'clock, Miss Gretchen Carlson 511 East State street, Miss Dorothy Westfall, leader. Sons of Veterans-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Emma Duncan 517 Delaware avenue northeast. THURSDAY Hanford Ladies' old-1 o'clock, Mrs. Arthur Stevens, luncheon. New Idea Club-2 o'clock, Mrs. William Whorley, 25 Twelfth street southeast. Thursday Bridge clu!)-- Mrs. J. L. Paulcy, 303 Carolina avenue southeast. Cee Dee Bridge club-p- 2 o'clock, Mrs. J. L. Delaney, 524 Sixth street southeast. Trl-Dcck Bridge chili-2 o'clock, Mrs. J. L. Burns, 105 Twentieth street southeast. American Legion nuxlllnry-- 2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Olivet Ladies' aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. C. K. Kinney, Mrs. W. C. Kellar, hoa^ tesses. Novel club-Mrs. G. S. Avery, Jr.. 15'Fifth street northwest, Mrs. Millard Milter, "Fiesta." Centra! P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. i Get Together clu!)-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. Davis, 1712 Carolina avenue northeast. W. C.'T. U.-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Y. W. A Baptist church, Washington supper. Tusnlatn club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. G. F. S. Juniors-7:15 o'clock, Parish hall. Beryl Grove. 135 Woodman circle-7:35 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Madison Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. Wallace leader. Women's Bureau-7:30 o'clock, Labor hall. Athoninn club--Mrs. E. Nangle, 403 Fourth street southeast, current events, group f, one act play, Mrs. T. Phalen. Mrs. T. H. Jacobs. . Immumiel Luther Lenjrue 8 o'clock, church, Ellen and Esther Landgren, committee Monroe Washington Child Study circle-- J nilÂ° Â·Â£ cl ? c ' k ' Mrs ' Kel "ieth Olson, J^8 Madison avenue northeast, Mrs. N. C. Stam, lesson Sorosis club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. J. Clark '223 Pennsylvania avenue northeast" U. Delt 'Em club-2 o'clock, Mrs. R. H. Avenell, 319 Rhode Island avenue southeast McKinley P. T. A.-- / 7:30 o'clock, school, talk by the Rev. William H. Spence. L. S. Bridge club-8 o'clock, Mrs. A. Smerdon, 1521 Jefferson avenue northeast. Trip MARBLE ROCK, Feb. IS.--Miss Etta Wilson of Marble Rock and Fred J. Ludwig of Lawton were married Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at the Little Brown church by the pastor, the Rev. William Kent. The bride wore a gown of deep coral georget with,- black velvet trimming, a coral necklace, black satin and moire pumps, black straw hat, long black gloves and carried Sunburst roses. They were attended., by Miss Marian" Wilson, a cousin of .the bride and,Julius Ludwig, a brother of the bridegroom. ; The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wilson, a graduate of the Marblo Rock high school and of Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. Mr. Ludwig is a graduate of Ames. Following the ceremony at the church the party went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Wilson where the wedding dinner was served. After a trip to Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig will return to Lawton where he will take charge of the home farm belonging jointly to his three brothers and himself. DR. STELA MASON TO SPEAK ON LINCOLN Dr. Stella Mason will speak on "Abraham Lincoln" at the meeting of the W. C. T. U. Thursday afternoon in the downstairs parlors of the Y. W. C. A. There will be a review of the "Life of Francis Willard." B. P. w. MEMBERS TO HAVE AFFAIR Members of the Business and Professional Women's club will be entertained at the home of their president, Miss Ruby Potter, 1012 Third street southwest, and at the home of Miss Joy Ridgeway, 37 Oak drive at a progressive party Thursday evening. The guests will assemble at Miss Potter's home and after an informal evening will go to Miss Ridgeway's for refreshments. McKINLEY P. T/A. TO HEAR TALK ON LEISURE The Rev. William H. Spence will talk on "Wise Use of Leisure Time" at the meeting of the McKinley P. i T. A. Thursday evening at .7:30 o'clock at the schoql. The occasion will be the observance of founders' day. .There will be a birthday cake with 34 candles marking the years of the P. T. A., and a short history of the organization will be given. A. L. RULE TO SPEAK TO LINCOLN P. T. A. At the meeting of the Lincoln P. T. A. Friday at 7:30 o'clock in the school A. L. Rule will speak on "Abraham Lincoln." There will be a one act play, "Honest Abe" and the school orchestra and boys' glee club will entertain. Pearl Roberts and Roger. Downing will give musical numbers and the "March of. the Wooden Soldiers" will be presented by the eighth grade girls in costume. JOHNSON-SHERHY Mrs. Mary Sherry of Charles City and Marvin Johnston of Rockford were married Tuesday evening by the Rev. Father Convery in the Catholic parsonage at Charles City. They were attended by Miss Vivian Johnston and Harold Johnston, daughter and son of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony dinner was served by the bridegroom's daughters, assisted by Mrs. Harold W. Johnston of Mason City. Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Â· Invited. By Mrs. E. E. Himtei Abdomen (ab-do-men) is often pronounced with the accent on the first syllable. It should fall on the second and there is no choice in the matter since oniy one pronunciation is given in the dictionary. The o is long as we pronounce it in the alphabet. GABASIIEWIN CAMP FIRE GROUP MEETS Plans were made for a council fire at the meeting of. the Gabashewin Camp Fire Girls Tuesday evening at the Harding school. A program was given including a flute solo by Mildred Lantz, accompanied by Eulalia Vasbinder, % popular songs, Marjorie Rankin, Mildred and Collen Mulhern and Phyllis Wood and a reading, "The Dead Cleopatra" by Dorothy Simpkins. Games were played after the program. R. B. Irons Will Speak at Meeting Central Heights P. T. A. Prepares Special Program. Several features have been prepared for the meeting of the Central Heights P. T . A. meeting to be held at 8 o'clock Thursday night in the Central school building. The main address will be given by Superintendent R. B. Irons. 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