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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 12, 1934
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ·TiARCH 12 ·1934 ROBERT MAYNARD HUTCHINS WILL SPEAK AT ARMORY Education's Outlook to Be Subject Woman's Club to Vote on New Officers at Tuesday Meeting. "The Outlook for Education" will be the topic of the lecture to be delivered by Doctor Robert Maynard Hutchins, president of the University, of Chicago, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the armory at the March general meeting of the Woman's club. Doctor Hutchins who became the head of Chicago university in 1929 when he was 30 years old has won distinction in the field of education not only because of his attainment to such a position wb2n so young but also because of his accomplishments there. "Unsettle the Mind." Doctor Hutchins believes that ' the purpose of higher education is to unsettle the minds of young men --to teach them to think." He is opposed to cut and dried methods in teaching. He is a graduate of Yale university and was voted the "senior most likely to succeed" by his classmates. At commencement he made a speech telling what was the matter with Yale. He makes his home in Chicago, is married and has a seven year old daughter. TO SPEAK HERE SCHEDULE Monday--7 o'clock, Y ^ ' W - . C . A., speech class. Tuesday--8 o'clock, Armory, lecture by Robert M. Hutchins. Wednesday--1 o'clock, · Y. W. C. A., book review by Mrs. R. E. Romey. 2:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., talk, by Walter.M. Rosene, naturalist. Changed from 8 o'clock. Saturday--2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., talk on Broadway plays by Hazel Beyer Strayer. Vote On Officers. At the Tuesday evening meeting the slate of officers will be presented for election. Nominees are Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick, first vice president; Mrs. Enoch A. Norem, second vice president; Mrs. George Barrett, treasurer, #nd Mrs. Charles H. Barber, director. The nominating committee includes Mrs. Ralph S. Stanbery, chairman, Mrs. J. Curtis Amen and Mrs. John Shipley. The new guest rules will be presented;, to the membership of the clubr · " ' - . : ,. _ · : · · ' :;:.'. .'·. : . ,, ytBe~lecfure; "8^. dinner for members of ENDS a Cold Sooner PROVED BY 2 GENERATION! ROBERT M. HUTCHINS the board and their husbands at the Hanford hotel at which Doctor Hutchins will be an honor guest. The doors of the armory will be closed at 8 o'clock to prevent disturbance during the lecture. The doors will be .opened at 7 o'clock. The meeting is for members and guests. .*, Yvonne Stoddard on Eastern Trip With Stevens Collegians Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON--Yvonne Stoddard of Mason City, Ruth Ann Rideout of Charles City and Dorii IQuver of Nora Springs have been visiting the national capital with their classmates from Stevens college, the Missouri college which makes an annual eastern pilgrim age. During their visit they called on their congressman, Representative Fred Biermann of Dscorah, and entertained him as their guest at the college dinner nere Saturday. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to M. B. Hawke, 21, Sheffield, and Elsie Lillibridge, 21, Rockwell, and to Robert H. Rippsntrop, 23, and Iva Mae Steele, 21, both of Lakota. ·-.. , ' ' ·· --*-- · MK^3BSD~MRSr VOLKSlAN HONORED AT AFFAIR Mr. and Mrs. A. Volkman of Nora Springs were honored at. a tea given for them on the occasion of their wedding anniversary Sunday at their home by' their daughters, Mrs A. C. Hagerman of Mason City and Miss Cicelia Volkman of Nora Springs. There were 25 guests, relatives and friends of Mr. and 'Mrs Volkman. Many Girls Present to Play at "Y" Program of Games Sponsored for 6th, 7th, 8th Graders. Nearly 150 girls and eight advisors took part in the play day festivities at the Y. W. C. A., Saturday afternoon. Girls from the sixth, seventh and eighth grades of 12 different schools were present. Schools represented included Lincoln, Roosevelt, Monroe, Madison, Grant, Wilson, McKinley, Harding, Washington, Jefferson, Central and St. Joseph. Lincoln school received the cup awarded to the school with the most girls competing. Monroe placed second and Madison third. Play day vas planned by the members of the nter-Triangle council, representa- ives of the grade Girl Reserve clubs md the health education depart- lent. "Play Day Ship." A ship motif was carried out with 'hyllis Neeeling acting as captain nd sailors, Jean Isbell, Maxine Baffin, Dorothy Mickey, Irene Van ·lote, Patricia Farrer, Marilyn Blaise, Ladell Handerson, Ida May lartin and Merna Kerr. Paper life saver badges indica- ing the games to be played were given each girl as she registered on he "Play Day Ship." Each game was played at a different port. There ras swimming at Miami B-aach; basketball at San Francisco; ping pong in Hong Kong; jacks in London and jumping rope in New Or- eans. Play Deck Games. At 2 o'clock the girls assembled in j the gym where they were introduced ' :o the ship captain and crew. Deck *ames were played and there were Swedish group dances and a game, 'walk the chair." At 4:30 o'clock :he program was concluded and the ast port, Alaska, was entered, for refreshments. Pilots who referecd the games were Miss Laura Tank and Miss Geneva Smeby, basketball, Miss Merna LaRue, ping pong; Miss Alic-2 Sheffler, jumping role; Miss Natalie Wilson, deck program and registration; Miss Bemice Boyd and Miss 3etty Ann Webster, jacks; Miss Marjorie Potts, swimming. 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Do not send to Mason City but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Bits About 'Em Social Calendar Mrs.. B. L Bright, 1105;: West State^tieet, ..has ;retur.ned.,a v f|om Waucoma' where' she had .been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webster. * * * Mrs. Mary Carney, 116 Fourteenth street northwest, Tom Carney, Miss Loretta Carney and Mrs. Clarence Patterson have returned from Fort Dodge where they spent the week-end with relatives. * « t ·Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Frelunil, 1411 Rhode Island avenue northeast, soent the week-end in Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Allyn J. Warner, formerly of Mason City. While there they attended the automobile show. * * * Miss LaDonna Vandivere and Miss Lucille Bailey of the Park Inn Beauty shop are attending the beauticians' convention in Des Moines. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Children, 830 Tyler avenue southwest, are the parents of a son, born at their home Sunday. * * * W. P. 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The COK- dcnscd JAD Salts -- remember--is urged as a poison-banishing agent... to banish unhealthy bloating and to eliminate body moisture--not as a reducing one. CINERARIAS, each ARTIFICIAL BOUQUETS, ea. 59c 59c JOHNSTON'S FLOWERS Across From Park We Telegraph Flowers Phone 223 10 First St. N. W. WELLESLEY A New Offering in Wedgewood Dinnerware WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE MONDAY Better Speech class-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. Leonard J. Titus, leader. Y. W. C. A. glee club-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Unemployed Girls-7:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., spelling and dictation. Madison C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, "The Child's Religion," Mrs. Arnold Tilton. Olivet Queen Esthers--. ·- . , : .7:30 o'cloc^: Garaet^ciowa, 41 Nineteenth street, soutftewis ^ Presbyterian Evening "circle-7:30 o'clock. Miss Vera Finley, 127 West State street. Garfield C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, visitation night. Ladies of the Orient-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. M. W. A,-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. TUESDAY Legion drum corps auxiliary-6:30 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room. Roosevelt Jackson C. S. C.-Postponed. Va-Tan-Ye club-. 12 o'clock, Hanford. Gadalot club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. E. R. Met- cott, hostess. Presbyterian West circle-1 o'clock, Mrs. H. Bruns, 21i Ninth street northwest. Shamrock club-1:30 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room. W. R. C.-Y. ,W. C. A. Portland W. C. T. TJ.-Mrs. Harry Davidson. T. N. T.-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Woman's club-8 o'clock, Armory, Robert Hutchins, speaker. Clio club--Postponed. SCHWARTZ-O'BRIEN DECORAH, March 12.--Miss Ella O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David O'Brien of Boscobel, Wis., and Claude James Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwartz of La Crosse, were united in marriage on Friday evening at the Methodist parsonage in Decorah, by the Rev. O. Sandbach,jpastor of that church. The attendants were Miss Hazel Lewis and A. E. Redmann. BARNBS-CROWLEY LEDYARD, March 12.--Word has been received here by relatives that Lawrence Barnes of Ledyard and Lena Crowley were married Jan. 17, at Cedar City, Utah. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE, St. Patrick's Day. Refreshments. Menu For Part}-. Shamrock Salad Mayonnaise Shamrock Sandwiches Celery Irish Dessert. Green Candy Gum Drops. Recipes Serve Eight. Shamrock Salad. One package lemon-flavored gelatin mixture, 1 cup boiling water, 2-3 cup boiling pineapple juice, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, % teaspoon salt, 1 cup diced pineapple, 1 cup seeded white cherries, % cup diced peaches, % cup blanched almonds, green coloring. B. P. W. Club OpensWeek's Observance Members Meet for Tea at Home of Chairman, Mrs. Glanville. Members of the Business and Professional Women's club began the celebration of National Business Women's week Sunday with attendance at morning services at the First Methodist church. Sunday afternoon the club was entertained at tea by Mrs. Lora Glanville, 214 West State street. More than 30 were present at the tea. Miss Joy Ridgeway presided at the tea table which was centered with roses. The time was spent informally. Mrs. Glanville is chairman of events for the week which include dinner scheduled for 6:30 o'clock Monday, evening at the high school afeteria. National Business Women's week being observed by the 50,000 ..embers of the" Business and Pro- essional Women's clubs throughout he United States this week. In a etter to Miss Goldie Worth of Cen- erville, president of the Iowa Fed- ration of Business and Professional rt'omen, Gov. Clyde L. Herring rec- gnizea the activities of the week. The letter follows: "I regret not being able to sooner cknowledge your good letter of 'eb. 28 and advise you that-as gov- rnor of Iowa I am glad to recog- ize in an official way, and support every way possible, National Justness Women's week, March 11 o 17. "May I urge that all of us dur- ng this week inform ourselves as to ie splendid contribution which the orce of this immense group is ex- rting toward better business ethics, norals and effectiveness? As one who has for many years. been in ontact with the activities of business women, I realize how complete- y modern business would be paralyzed without the driving force and effectiveness which they bring to it. Yours very truly, (Signed) Clyde L. Herring" _*_ CRAWFORD-WELTER NEW HAMPTON, March 12.-Miss Marie Welter and Russell E. Crawford, both of Chicago, were married there March 3. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Crawford of New Hampton, was graduated from the New Hampton ligh school and the University of Iowa where he was affiliated with iie Delta Tau Delta f raternity^ He is oVer g e i a tin mixture, stir until dissolved. Cool, : add lemon juice ant salt. Let chill until a little stiff. Add sufficient green coloring to give desired tint. Add fruits and almonds Pour to thickness of one inch in shallow pan. Chill until stiff. Cut out shamrock designs, using a regular cooky cutter or a paper pattern Serve on lettuce and surround with mayonnaise. Shamrock Sandwiches. Twenty-four slices white bread, cup butter soft, 2 tablespoons chop ped green peppers, 3 tablespoon chopped pickles, % cup white cream cheese, Vi teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons cream. Arrange bread slices in pairs. Mia rest of ingredients until very sof and creamy. Spread on bread, press together as sandwiches and cut ou shamrock shapes. Wrap in waxe paper and damp cloth and store to ice box until serving time. Irish Dessert. Eight pieces angel food cake, pin orange sherbet, cup whipped cream 3 tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 3 green silk flags. Arrange cake on serving dishes. {Green glass suggested.) Top with sherbet, spread with cream which has had sugar and vanilla added. Insert flags and serve immediately. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern CALIFORNIA SUN FLOWER Pleasing design and harmonious colors make the "California Sun Flower" a great favorite not only with the "native daughters" but with all quitters. The block is executed in two shades of yellow and dark green. Simplicity makes the pattern easy for the novice to follow in sewing her first quilt. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 17 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin not to Mason City, but to Quilt department, The Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 17. HANSEN-JACOBSEN COULTER, March 12.--Miss Edel Jacobsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Jacobsen of Coulter, and Iner Hansen were married at the Lutheran church here Thursday, the Rev. Harry Jorgensen officiating. The young couple will reside on a farm with the bride's parents. Departments Plan Variety of Meetings Outdoor Life Group to Hear Naturalist Wednesday Afternoon. Departmental meetings o£ tlw Woman's club planned for the week include those of the literature, outdoor life and drama study sections. The meeting of the outdoor life department will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. instead of 8 o'clock as previously announced. Walter M. Rosene of Ogden. treasurer of the Wilson Ornithological club and past president of the Iowa Ornithologists Union, will speak on "Home Sweet Home in Birdland" illustrating his lecture with lantern slides made from photographs of birds in their wild state. Most of the slides are in color. Mrs. R. E. Romey will review "At 33" by Eva LaGalliene at the meeting of the literature department Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The book is the autobiography of the artist and is particularly interesting because it is published at an earlier age than most autobiographies. The drama study department will present Hazel Strayer, head of the drama department of Iowa State Teachers' college at Cedar Falls. Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A, Miss Strayer will speak on Broadway plays. _.;._ The president has the gold but then we've got the president-Omaha World-Herald. How»bn, : Cnicago,-Ill.,' consulting engineers. Mr. Crawford :will oe stationed at Aberdeen, S. Dak. · KOBNS-FBANKIJN OSAGE, March 12.--A marriage license was issued Saturday to Calvin Korns, 30, of Hartwig and Laura Franklin, 24, of Vinton. L DIAMOND VALUES Diamonds have Increased 25%. We still have some at former prices. '/4 carat-$49.50 MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. BLDG. Wife Preservers MARRIAGES TAKE PLACE AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA, March 12.--The Rev. William Kent officiated at the following marriages Saturday: Addie L. Ballhiem and Harold K. Stahnke of LaPorte City; Esther Emma Am- minga and Harm Klaver of Kamrar; June Leff, Turin and Howard Whitehorn of Grand Center. If you pour boiling water over oranges to be peeled and let them stand a few minutes, tt.e skin and membrane will come off easily. FEET COME FIRST IN ANY WARDROBE AH of the law and prophets agree that your dress outfit is correct only as your shoes are correct. Build your spring outfit around Laird's fine shoes. L A I R D 14 E. State St. Where Shoes Are Really Fitted FUR JACKETS Springtime is Fur Time See our Fashion Highlights in Fur Jackets for 19S4-35. Our Collection Is Complete. Famous COTHflm GOLD STRIPE Stockings are 9S { T. s IV ^ fi^fltWii u Sma.i£ JftMf SkcJfS^ ABEL SON INC. 41 NUUIEft ilVCU SOUTH PtOIAU Our OPTICAL SERVICE Includes... . . . not only care in fitting your defects in vision but also fitting your features to the proper type of glasses. (R.M/.OJENSH · O P T O M E T R I S T · j HO N. 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