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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 13 1934 DEPARTMENTAL MEETINGS SCHEDULED BY WOMAN'S CLUB Play Review to Be Given atY.W.C.A. Hazel Strayer of Iowa State Teachers College Will Speak. Miss Hazel Strayer at the drama department of Iowa State Teachers college will come from Cedar Falls Saturday to address the drama study section of the Woman's club at an open meeting at the Y. W. C. A at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Miss Strayer who has recently returned'from New York will review a number of the plays which are running on Broadway at present Miss Strayer has her masters in English and dramatic literature from Columbia university and has studied with Maria Ouspenskaya and Tamara Daykarkhanova, members of the original Moscow Art Theater group, in New York. They give instructions in acting to professionals and also teach stage make-up. - Mi-ss Strayer has also been a student of George Pierce Baker of the Yale University theater and is director of the Drama Shop of Iowa State Teachers college. Because of her acquaintance with many persons in New York connected with the stage, Miss Strayer is able to give to her lecture interesting sidelights on personalities of the theater. Her discussion of plays is more, valuable than the ordinary layman's since she has a wide understanding of drama. PHOENICIAN CLUB TO MEET FOR DINNER Miss Florence Martin will entertain the Phoenician club at dinner at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening at Leone McGhee's tearoom. Miss Jean Mickey 'will talk on style and Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern SANTA" FE TRAIL. When pioneer women trekked across the country, their quilts were part and parcel of their household goods. Over the Santa Fe and Oregon trails these sturdy women pushed forward, undaunted by hardships. Their destinations reached, they found utterance for the beauties of the trail in new quilt blocks made from worn calicoes. The original of this quilt was pieced in red, blue, lavender and old gold. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 18 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents hi stamps or coin, not to Mason City, but to Quilt Department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask-for book No. 18. MADISON P. T. A. TO MEET WEDNESDAY Madison Parent-Teacher association will meet Wednesday afternoon at the school-at 2:30 o'clock for a program which will include a dramatization of the story of "The Three Bears" by the kindergarten and first grade and a talk on "Juvenile Delinquency" by Charles Barlow. Mary Jean Olson will play piano numbers, New Leaders Elected by Study Club Varied Programs Conducted at Meetings of 4 Groups. Four study clubs conducted meetings Monday afternoon with varied programs being given. Occident club elected new officers following its luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. Everett G. Smith, 25 Tenth street northwest. Mrs. Artemas Brown was named president, Mrs. Charles Gates, vice president, Mrs. E. F. Vincent, secretary and Mrs. C. E. Burrets, treasurer. On the luncheon committee with Mrs. Smith were Mrs. M. C. Wimmer, Mrs. F. B. Hathaway and Mrs. Edna White. Mrs. A. L. Rule described her visit to Guatamala at the meeting of the Twentieth Century club Mon- dav afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lee P. Loomis, 320 First street southeast. Selections from the operetta, Â·Naughty Marietta," were given by a group of high school students including Madalynne Powell, Jean Barclay, Russell Herseth and Roger Downing, accompanied by Jean Swift. Mrs. B. Raymond Weston sang a group of numbers, accompanied by Mrs. Morris Laird. XT. G. L. club was entertained by Mrs. A. J. Feeney and Mrs. F. B. Woodruff Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Woodruff, 423 Ninth street northwest. Mrs. Roger Kirk led the lesson on Wilson's presidential administration and Mrs. A. H, Kohl on Harding. Mrs. J. D. Lindsay was hostess to the Chautauqua club at her'home, 13 Eleventh street northeast. Mrs. W. J. Pagenhart and Mrs. Roy Felt YOUR GARMENTS Require PROFESSIONAL METHODS and EQUIPMENT Lyons Cleaners provide this in addition to any service you desire. For convenience call 600 or patronize our Branch Offices at 401 No. Federal and 213 So. Federal PHONE 600 LYONS LYONS SIMPLICITY FOR MATRON JABOT CREATES INTERESTING LINE IN BODICE OF FROCK DESIGNED WITH WRAP-AROUND SKIRT Otate-Ouctt* reerttH II MM ratten, Mt FUlk Anmt. fin fÂ«k Jilj ' Â»? BIAKA PAT -------------Today'* pattern ia marvelous for figure* no-longer slim and for matron*. Â· - ' Â· Â· : One of the -loveliest and most mo- dUh materials for thin model to black ribbed Mlk, which incidentally made the original/ Th* jabot collar is white crepe caught with two black novel buttons at the end of the V-neckllne. Â· It's a stunning model too for the new two-tone expression* as in navy blue crepe with powder blue jabot collar. Print* are also charming for it. Style No. 478 Is designed for sizes 38, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48 Inches mart. .Size 86 requires 4 yards of 89 inch material, % yard of 85 inch contrasting. The EMence of Faaailnii! The whole fashion story for spring Is to be found in this new and exciting spring fashion book. Tou certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are ctyled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. . Â· Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents iti stamps or coin (coin is preferred) Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, bul address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth avenue, New York City. W. M. Rosene Will Speak atY.M.C.A. flrs. R. E. Romey to Review Autobiography of LaGa"' Tm So Sorry! A CCIDENTS will happen and no one knows it better than we do. That's why we advise you to examine your wardrobe for garments you want LYONS to clean for Easter. It is wise to avoid the last minute rush. * ' **;y A^- /! gave current events and the lesson on "Lennox China, the Story of Walter Scott Lennox," by George Sanford Holmes was'led by Mrs. W. V. Loring. Social Calendai LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS TUESDAY T. W. T.-- . 6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Woman'* club-8 o'clock, Armory, Robert M. Hutchlns, speaker. CUo club-- __ ; in"Ohio~"ana"j, "'Â·"".-Â· WEDNESDAY" Trinity Washington circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. M. M. Moen, 603 Adams avenue northwest G. I. A. to B. ot L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. G. F. S. Seniors-8:15 o'clock, Mrs. B. R. Thomas, 226 'Fifteenth street southeast, Miss Jessie Stetzer, hostess. B. B. Bridge club-8 o'clock, Mrs. Ed Larson, 421 Fourth street southeast. Literature department-1 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Fortnightly club-3 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Hass, ,1 Taylor avenue southwest. Woodman circle Beryl Grove 155-2 o'clock, Mrs. John Nagel, 12' Fourteenth street northeast. Baptist Missionary society- Church parlors, Miss Ida Baker leader, book review by Mrs. H. V MacGregor, Mrs. A. C. Trevitt hostess. Central Lutheran soutlieart group-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. M. E. Carlson 539 Eighth street southeast. Social Hour club- Mrs. Ellis Bloomfield. Bethlehem Ladlen aid division 7:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs J. Eberhart, Mrs. R. Fisher, Jr hostesses. Q. B. C. dob-- 8 o'clock, Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson 229 Sixth street northwest. Outdoor Life department-2:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Talk Walter M. Rosene. Phoenician clnb-- 7 o'clock. Miss Florence Martin Leone McGhee's tearoom, lesson Miss Jean Mickey. I. O. F. Lodge-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. LICENSES ISSUED AT NOKTHWOOD COURT NORTHWOOD, March 13.--Marriage licenses reported for .the firsi 12 days in March at the office ot thÂ» county clerk include, the following: Floyd Abernathy, Mount Ayr, Lilly Christensen, Albert Lea; Eldridge A. Nelson, Story City; Margarette L. Lindquist, Stanhope; Leslie M Hendrickson, Albert Lea, Dorothy M. Allen, Story City; Arthur H. Johnson, Goldle M. Schultz, Minnesota; G o r d o n Wentworth Dayne, Evelyn Myrtle Renz, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; Edwin Byerly, Stella Deach, Mason City; William Jackson, Annie Mae Goslin, Mason City. DTJNN-BAHMSTOCK ARMSTRONG, March 13.--Word was received here of the marriage of Miss Luverna Rahmstock of California to Davis Dunn on Feb. 14, at Pacific Grove, Cal. The bride was reared in Armstrong going to California to make her home with her. . brother Arnold after the death o' i her parents. The bridegroom is in! the.United States army.and is sta- ; tioned in Monterey, Cal., where! they will make their home., I RESBYTEBIAN GROUP ELECTS NEW CHAIRMAN Mrs. H. A. Johnson Was namet lairman for the year at the meet g of the Presbyterian evening cir e Monday evening at the .home o. Miss Vera Finley, 127 West State treet. Mrs. Harry Hanson was amed secretary-treasurer. JWNNJOE JOE BREWER HONORED AT PARTY Donnie Jos. Brewer, son of Mr and Mrs. D. C. Brewer, 15 Taylor venue southwest, was honored at a arty on the occasion of his eight! irthday Monday afternoon at 4 clock in the amber room^bf the efferson bus depot. A bus formerly wned by the Red Ball compan; bich had been chistened after him Donnie Joe, transported 50 of his assmates and friends to and from ie party. Miss Mary Jane Feige Js teacher and Miss Blanche Goudy jrincipal of Wilson school, were also tuests. The amber room was dec rated with pink and white carna ons and the color scheme was reseated jn,_tKe. ^cakt Jlgb.t*d_-.wltl Jghit'candles' which centered th able. " " . Â· - . , - Â· V That is, the attorney general would suppress lawyers who advis aw-breakers who aren't incorpor ted.--Midwest Review. KOINS-FRANKLIN ST. ANSGAR, March 13.--Laura Franklin and Calvin Kotos of Hartwig were married by the Rev. M. W. McKinley at the McKinley home. They were attended by William Franklin and June Koins. After the ceremony Mrs. McKinley served the wedding dinner. The bride is a niece of Mr McKinley. In the evening tie bridal" couple drove to Waterloo. iene. Wednesday afternoon will be im- lortant for two Woman's club de- lartmental meetings, the literature roup being scheduled to meet at 1 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. and the outdoor life department Â»t 2:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. The lat- :er meeting had been scheduled for 8 o'clock. Mrs. R. E. Romey will review, 'At 33," the autobiography of Eva LaGaffiene, at the meeting of the literature department Wednesday. kttas LaGalliene holds an outstand- ng place in the theater, not only for her dramatic ability, but also 'or her activities in organizing the Civic Repertory company. Walter M. Rosene, naturalist, writer, lecturer and outdoor photographer, will speak on "Home, Sweet Home in Birdland" at the meeting of the outdoor life department Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Rosene will include something on Bird migration in his talk and show slides of migration routes, summer and winter homes in the two continents and .other facts about the problems of migration. "Home Sweet Home in Birdland" includes a discussion of the home life of birds, both familiar and rare. Mr. Rosene has lectured for several years before schools, Parent- Teacher associations, Women's clubs, Rotary, and Lions clubs. Izaak Walton league chapters, Boy Scouts and Camp Fire Girls as- well as varvious bird and garden clubs and other outdoor organizations. Mr. Rosene has contributed illustrated articles on birds to the Nature Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens and his .bird photographs have been published in the rotogravure sections of a number of newspapers. MADISON C. S. C. TO MEET MONDAY Madison Child Study circle will meet Monday at the school when Mrs. Fred Hampton will have the lesson. The meeting scheduled for the last Monday was postponed and 14 members attended the Garfield visitation night. r - ISSUED AT CLABlOS CLARION, March 13. UB-- Marriage licenses have been issued to Ralph Glenn Fitts, leg alj Alexander and Edith Hill, legal, Dows, and to Dewaine Morris,. 22, Belmond, and LaVohne Esther Hill, 21, Dows. Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less -- Since 1930 - UOUtTMY AND SATUFACTKM WITH IVIKY PUHCHAII Swagger Suits Streamlined to Go Places Where Smart Women Gather This will be a suit sea- and Lundberg's s c o o p s the fashion parade with t h e s e smart "De Kaye" creations--and "De Kaye" values of quality. Ev- color, every size, every type is here for your approval. Purees and Gloves to Match "SEE YOU TOMORROW" lit* 0* FOR CUPID AND JOAN know what they're talking aboutl Lux Toilet Soap does do such-lovely things to the skin that of the 694 important Hollywood actresies, including ill start, 686 have uied Lnx Toil*! Soap for yean. 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