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March 15, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MARCH 15 I .1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Miss Ruth Swingen to Present Pupils in Piano Recital Miss Ruth Swingen will present a group of piano pupils in recital Friday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the liome of Dr. and Mrs. M. D. McMichael, 36 Beaumont drive. Those who will play include Dorothy Campbell, Jar.a Satter, Sally McMJchael, Eileen Farrar, Helen Belberoff, Mary Belberoff, Robert Lorenz, Cynthia Weston, ' Ray Clough, Jr., Helen Wilts. Jean DeVoe, Joanne Gilmore, Benny Kitsis, Eva Kitais, Ann Casey, Marjory June Hall, Bobby Powell, Sarane Robinson, Bonnie Lapiner, Barbara Manley, Betty French and Connie Manley. FLORENCE BLOOM HONORED AT DINNER Miss Florence Bloom was honored at a dinner given Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock by the Misses Dorothy and Edythe Kropman at their home. 325 Seventh street northwest. The guests were seated at four tables which were decorated in yellow and white and centered with talisman roses. Bridge was played during the evening with high score prize going to Mrs. Harry R. Wolf and second to Mrs. Sam Richer. A gift was presented to the honoree who will be married this month. He-Elected to Board. IONIA--Mrs. Myrtle Ransom was re-elected to succeed herself on the school board. Mrs. Myrtle Ransom was the only candidate on the ballot. JACKET DRESSES The Newest Fashion Sensation! --Just Arrived For Easter! SPECIAL! Friday Saturday! Exquisite Navy Sheers . . . charming rose and new blue crepes... both with full-length and finger-tip jackets! Cunning jacket modes with colorful print blouses! Smart jacket styles in black with white trims! Jacket dresses galore --dainty lingerie collars--new windswept details -- printed bows--novel embroidery! Also a marvelous variety of one- pi#ce styles! SWAGGER SUITS! 50 Flattering creations for Easter--emphasizing NAVY, the season's outstanding color! Smartly tailored Tweeds or Mate- Jasse of marvelous quality! Featuring full- length coats! Marvelous windblown ideas! Clever semi-fitted styles! Unusual sleeves . . . jaunty scarfs or self ties! Also new Blue, Shrimp, Gold, Green, Tan! Priced to instantly appeal! EASTER COATS! 50 Magnificent dressy fashions! Beautifully tailored models with clever stitched treatments! Gorgeous Easter coats with richly fur-trimmed cuffs or individual fur collars --of sumptuous Fitch, Squirrel or Galla- pin! New ripple collars! Elegant fur-trimmed throws! Splendid quality fabrics! Rare values! Promises Many Thrills Junior Class to Give Play'" Friday Evening at High School, "The Call of the Banshee," the junior class play, will be presented March 16 at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium, by the junior class. The play, which ia a mystery, has been directed by Miss Ruth Irons, dramatic instructor of the high school. Imagine two murders, in the same house, by some mysterious person, who gives a shleking cry before each one, but not soon enough for the victim to escape death! Imagine facing a hypnotist, just about to be forced to take an unwanted journey, and then to have him fall dead before you! These are only two of the many astonishing events which tumble one on top of the other with such bewildering rapidity that the audience is left gasping. Weird and mysterious situations, in which it is evident that someone has evil designs upon another someone, cause each individual to suspect the other, ana the solution comes as a breath-taking surprise. There is a thread of romance, comedy and suspense which holds its grip until the final curtain. 1G Juniors in Cast. The cast of the play consists of 16 juniors. Owing to the sudderi illness of Bleen Boomhowcr who had a prominent part in the play, Doris Harding was chosen to take her place in the role of Mrs. Grimes, the housekeeper. She learned the lines in one night. Peter Adair, the owner of the estate, is played by Otto Toppenburg; Hazel Orpin,'his young but beautiful niece, Catherine Harrer; her college friend, Joan Walters, is played by Dorothy Gitz, and her Swedish maid, Gladys Kepley: and the cVse friend of Hazel's, Clem Durwood, Harold Phillips. The servants in the employ of Adair are Blanche Lambe, Mae Grace Spuhler, and Tom Scott, Ted Knutson. The portrayals of Dr. Neville Lacey and Dr. Markowitz are done by Ralston McKee and Alvin Chier. Billy Weber plays the part of Yuru, the Indian servant of Dr. Lacey. The sheriff is portrayed by Dick Steinberg, and his deputy, is played by Marcel Uischner. The animals have been under the training of Elizabeth Seeley, Arthur Kennedy and Wesley Hickling. Production Staff. The staff consists of chief call girl, Doris Harding; assistants, Helen Avery, Mary Jane Hill, Frieda Richardson, Ruth Zuber, Eva Maude Wenzel and Dorothy .Raymond; C.W. Barbour Speaker for Madisonians Program Presented at Meeting of P. T. A. in School. C. W. Barbour spoke on "Juvenile Delinquency" at the meeting of the Madison P. T. A. Wednesday afternoon at the school, pointing out that until recent years, juveniles were not given consideration in special courts. "Cases involving crimes committee by persons under 18 years are handled by the juvenile courts and the trial is conducted informally," be said. In concluding his talk, Mr. Earbour described the state homes. Community singing was led by Miss Gretchen Bickel with Mrs. Floyd Morris accompanying. Kindergarten and first grade pupils gave a dramatization of "The Three Bears." Florence Hamann took the pa'rt of the mother bear; Conrad Anderson, the father bear; Chester Miller, baby bear; Pauline Sampson, Goldilocks a.nd Virginia Calvert, fairy. In Cast of Play. Dolls were Shirley Le Due, Dean Meyers, lona Mae Bailey, June Farrer, Ruby Van Wey, Rose Mwy Rettinghouse; peppermint sticks, Gerald Stubbs, Carl Roth, Donald TJlen. Byron Sherman, Roger Bloxham and Roland Juhlin; playmates, Elsie Marie Dutcher, Dean Hlxson, Phyllis Atkinson, Howard Holding, Kathryn Buffingtou and Chetwynd Miller. Mary Jean Olson gave a piano solo and the kindergarten band played several selections under the direction of Gerald Stubbs. Announcement was made of the Madison C. S. C. meeting March 19 and of the lecture by Dorothy Fuldheim March 20. The immunization against diphtheria, sponsored by the 40 and 8 and tie Cerro Gordo Medical society will be conducted for Madison children March 16. The P. T. A. committee which will assist includes Mrs. Morris, Mrs. C. Wallace, Mrs. F. Perkins and Mrs. J. Buckland. Mrs. Arnold Tilton and John Johnson will represent the 40 and 8. To Present Drama. It was voted to give the play, "The Comical Country Cousins," at the school March. 21 at 7:30 o'clock, sistants, June Carroll and Phyliss Knapp; chief costume girl, Geraldine Bruner; assistants, Fayetta Smith, Margaret Olson, Fern Ladwig- and Lois Ransom. ;···:.. Property manager is Bill Jones and iiis assistants. Evelyn Rholl, Marjorie Wood, June Mathiason, Midred Seaman, Le Roy Anderson, Chuck Chenoweth, Doy Baker, Don Klitsch and Art Kennedy; stage managers, Merlyn Parks, Victor Purington and Frank Conway; make-up, Ruth Irons, assistants, Lulille Pierce, Mark Snook, Colleen "tulhern, Clarice Gregerson, Edythe Maxson, La Vaun Baumgartner, ~3ick Price. Advertising manager Is Melvin Oecker and his assistants, Mary Tane Pauley, Nathan Melott, Harriet Currie, Bill Whorley, John Robertson and Ralph Anderberg; business manager, Don Poppen; assistants, Truman Caldwell, Norman Resor, Mildred Van Every and Phyliss Rogers. Fathers Take Charge of P. T. A. Program at Jefferson School Jefferson P. T. A. will observe fathers' night at its meeting at the, school Friday evening at 7:301 o'clock. The program will include a play by the kindergarten children under the direction of Miss Carol Starr, a demonstration by the Boy Scouts and a moving picture of "My European Trip" by the Rev. George K. Davies. Refreshments will be served at the close of the evening. named to include. Mrs. Vernon Shinn, Mrs. clarence Olson and Mrs. Olaf Ulen. The April committee will be composed of Mrs. P. Madison. Mrs. F. Hampton, Mrs. F. Bereman, Mrs. C. Wallace, Mrs. M. Rasmussen, Mrs. J. Buckland, Mrs. C. Olson, Mrs. O. Harris, Mrs. M. Boxham, Mrs. Overbeck, Mrs. H. Ken nedy and Mrs. M. Mosher. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. M Kittleson, Mrs. C. Kittleson, Mrs. G Gettman, Mrs. F. Lyman, Mrs. F. Perkins and Mrs. A. L. Milbraith. Bits About 'Em Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern DOVER QUILT This unusual pieced quilt had its origin in the cast--in Delaware, to be exact. The block is strikingly beautiful made in blue, fuschia, ana a deep lavender. Bold colors such as these were a delight to our early quilters. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 18 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. IS. St. P a t r i c k ' s Day Program to Be Held Sunday The annual St. Patrick's day program of St. Joseph's parish will be given Sunday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the parish hall. Dr. T. A. Burke will give an account o£. his European trip. The program will also include music by Don Kunz, Roger Downing and Russell Herseth, piano selections by Don Sweeney, clarinet solos by Orls Herfindahl and marimba music by Ruth Buehler. The Very Rev. P. S. O'Connor will speak. A novelty number will be staged by Dr. R. F. Kunz and Fred Shaffer and Dennis Cross will dance. At the conclusion of the program, refreshments will be served. Arrangements for the program have been directed by Mrs. George Hawkins, Jr. ._;._ Genevieve Knight Is Bride of H. Tibbits RICEVILLE, March 15.--Harvey Eugene Tibbits, Riceville, and Miss Genevieve Lorene Knight, LeRoy, Minn., were married at the home of Miss Louise Miller at LeRoy, Minn., the Rev. C. A. Hughes officiating. The bride, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Knight, was graduated from LeRoy high school and attended the Teachers college at Cedar Falls. She has been a teacher in the Howard county schools. Mr. Tibbits is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tibbits, now of Riceville, but formerly of Osage. He has lived in Mitchell county all but nine yeai'S of his life, tin ring these years ho has farmed the home place fivo miles north of Riceville. They will go to housclsepclng !it once on the Burdctte farm in Mitchell county. It is all right to sell Japan scrap Iron if it isn't to bu our scrap.-Lincoln Star. blood will tell -O NE of the mysteries of life is Irow much care a man will tnkc of thoroughbred animals--noting when they are "oft"'... and toning them back to the "pink of condition" to increase their daily uscfulness... yet will shamefully neglect his own run-down condition. Yet some people just hope when "run-down" that they will "come around." S.S.S. is not just a so-called tonic but n tonic specially designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and also having the mineral elements so very, very necessary in restoring deficient rcd- blood-cdls and a low hcmo-glo-bin content. If your condition suggests a blood tonic of this kind, try S.S.S. Unless your case is exceptional, you should soon notice a pick-up in your appe- f\ Kn j s a pardonable pride tite... your color and skin should improve with ; n \ K - mf , healthy and strong, increased strength and energy. i) ocs vollr condition suggest S.S.S. is sold at all drug stores in two sizes... the need of a tonic? S.S.S. the larger size is more economical.© Tit S.S.S. Co. Blood Tonic is time-tested. C A R L O A D Miss Martha Sours and Miss Margaret Lewis, teachers at Madison school, left Wednesday for Fon Dodge to attend the P. T. A. con vention Thursday and Friday They will represent the Grade Teachers' association. * * * Miss Dorothy Decker is expected to arrive this week-end from Dubuque where she is studying with Mrs. Merl Sims to visit the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Decker, 119 Second street southeast. 9 e * Mrs. E. E. Hunter, 943 Pennsyl- avenue northeast, spent Wedin Waterloo visiting her mother. · *.· * Miss Doris Crabb, 4 Hampshire court, will be a week-end visitor in Grinnell where she will be the guest of her sister, Miss Ruth Crabb, a student at Grinnell college. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. HUGHS HAVE THE HATS! 200 BEAUTIFUL NEW EASTER HATS Just Received "Specially Priced!" $ Others $2.88 up to $5.00 All the newest styles, such as smart Breton Sailors, shoffle brims, scoop-brims, wind-blowns, off-the-face hats and everything that Is new for Spring, in all the newest shades. Small, large and extra large headsizes. 3 So. Federal Ave. LIVING ROOM SUITES LATEST STYLES NEWEST COVERS GUARANTEED QUALITY EASY TERMS Buy Now--Save From $20 to $50 on a New Living Room Suite Trade in Your Old Living Room Suite on a New One JUST RECEIVED 150 NEW LAMPS Bridge or Floor Lamps $6.95 and $7.95 QUALITY For Friday and Saturday Each 19-21 FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY 1

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