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Mason City, Iowa
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S i r Kg*- SIX ^MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY §0 · 1937 MANY EVENTS PLANNED FOR FIRST WEEK OF FEBRUARY New Yorker Will Speak About Drama National Council of Catholic Women to Meet" Tuesday. The first week of February promises to be a busy one for Mason Cityans with a multiplicity of events arranged by various organizations as well as a number of I social affairs coincident with wed\ dings which will take place the 1 first part of the month. 'i Woman's club members will \ find some activity to engage their ' attention each day of the week except Monday. In addition to de- 'i partmental meetings there will be I a general session of the club on ' \ Thursday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock · ! in the First Methodist church J I, when John Mason Brown, dra- j matic critic of the New York Eve- i ning Post and author of a number j j of books on the. theater, will i . speak. I ' Nominating Committee. J 1 The Woman's club board wil ' j meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 ! ! o'clock in the Administration ,' ' board 'room. The election of a , nominating committee will be the ] i - . main business of the meeting. J i On Tuesday afternoon from ': ' -to 5 o'clock, members of the i ' handicraft department will wort j 'on their various projects at th( i Y. W. C. A. This will be the nex ' to the last handicraft departmen j meeting for the year. j ' Members of the outdoor life de- I partment will meet Wednesday ·i afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the 3 library assembly room for a talk | on "Garden Fragrance" by Prof s r T. E. Wingert of Iowa State col- j lege at Ames. i Plan for Luncheon. ] . The child conservation department's monthly health clinic fot babies will be conducted from 1 | to 3 o'clock Friday at the Y. W. · C. A. j Reservations are being taken by Mrs. L. C. Pattee for the luncheon to be held Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford as a part of, the quarterly: meeting of the Mason City deanery of the ' National Council of, Catholic Women. A board meeting will precede the luncheon at the Hanford and delegates are expected J from Ackley, Clear Lake, Buffalo ' Center, Duncan, Dougherty, Forest City, Garner, Britt, Hampton, ·-J .JRoc.kiV.elfc- Swaledale,. Manly,-Ply- ·J, mouth and Belmond as well as i from the two Mason City parishes. International relations will be the theme of the Business and Professional Women's club meeting Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford. Dr. Effie McCullum Jones of Webster , City will speak and special music ' is being arranged. Grace Nordyle of Webster City, state international relations chairman, will '·be present'at the meeting which is being planned by Dr. Stella M. Mason. District 9 P. T. A. Hears Talk Given Mrs. P. Loomis Social' Calendar by The newly organized P. T. A of Mason District 9 met Friday evening at the school with Mrs Paul Loomis of Mason City a speaker. Mrs. Loomis was intro duced by Mrs. F. W. Sinnot' county council chairman. Phyllis Edgington perforrne tap dance numbers, accompanie by her teacher, Miss Mary Elle Brown, and puppet plays, talk and a hygiene discussion wei presented by the pupils under th direction ot their teacher, Mis, Geraldine Harty. Following the program, a social hour was conducted. Games were played and refreshments served with the hospitality committee in charge. HOME PROJECT JOINT MEETING CONDUCTED Home Project workers of Portland district seven and Owen district three held a joint meeting at the home of Mrs. C. C. Foster when the follow 1 up work for the first home project lesson was given by Mrs. Fay Thompson of Owen township and Mrs. Ben Hendrickson of Portland township. Arrangements were made for an all day meeting to be held at the Hendrickson home-'on Feb. 3 when lesson two will be given. MONDAY Occident club-Postponed. Child Study cluh-- Mrs. N. W. Jessup, 126 Twelfth street northwest, program, Mrs. A. V. Clapper, Mrs. E. R. Bappe. Monday club-Mrs. Rob Hoy Cerney, 510 Washington avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. H. V..MacGregdr. U. G. L. club-Mrs. F. W. Osrnundson, 41 Beaumont drive, lesson, Mrs. B. A. Webster. Twentieth Century club-Mrs. O. A. Lueders, 19 Fifth street northwest, Mrs. R. M. Witwer, hostess, lesson, Mrs. C. C. Carrick, current events, Mrs. H. L. Steinberg. College Y-4:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., everybody's birthday party. Hi-Tri cabinet-5:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., dinner. L. D. K.-7:30 o'clock, Trinity Lutheran church, Hulda and Myrtle Holmlund, hostesses. Young Women's Council-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock, Moose hall. TUESDAY Woman's club board-9:30 o ' c l o c k , administration building. Idl-R's club-1 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, luncheon. . Handicraft department-1 to 5 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. \Va-Tan-Ye club-12 o'clock. Hotel Hanford. D. A. R. board-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. E. Brisbine. 222 Sixth street northwest. Rcbckah circle-2 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. "Matinee Musicale-Miss Marian Van Ness, 318 Carolina avenue southeast, program, Mrs. W. B. McClellan, Miss Dikka Moen, Miss Van Ness. ihlcago N. IV. Women-2 o'clock, P. G. and E. W. R. C.-2:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Vafional Council ct Catholic Women-- 1 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, · deanery meeting. . Triple D club-- . 7 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, Mrs. Frank 1 PirkJ, hostess. Jetlilehcm, division 1-Mrs. Henry Legler. ;ast Side Presbyterian circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. C. Bray, 1114 East State street, Mrs. A. W. Cinlde, assisting. Jnity Chapter No. 58 O. E. S.-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, stated meeting, loose lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall, unior Hadassah-8 o'clock, Jewish Community Center. WEDNESDAY E. O. Chapter DZ-- 8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., business session. - · \ , E. O. chapter GN-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. J. W. Lorenz, 410 Seventh street northwest, Mrs. Lester Milligan, Mrs. W, P. Butler; lesson, Mrs. A; O. Scott. Girls Work committee-10 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Our Savior's Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs Martin Rasmussen, hostess. Loyal 10 club-2 o'clock, Mrs. George Dull, 18 Twenty-first street southeast. St. James Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs G. Hadunzel, Mrs. H. C. Riefe. Olivet Missionary society-Mrs. C. E. Burtis, 1309 North Federal avenue, guest day. Central N. E. chapter-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Max Zarling 1009 Pennsylvania a v e n u northeast. Outdoor Life department-2:30 o'clock, Library assembly Prof. T. E. Wingert, speaker. Trinity East Park circle-Mrs. Russell Thompson, 30 Ninth street northeast. L. A. to B. of R. T.-2 o'clock, Moose hall. Legion Auxiliary-1:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubroom Delphlans-- 2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. D. A. R.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. S t a n l e Haynes, .1023 Pennsylvania av enue northeast, committee, Mr F. Bouska, Mrs. Volney Hansen Evangelical Missionary society-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Richard Bm graff, 159 Fourteenth stree northwest. High school students-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., hig school "fun night." U. S. W. V. Auxiliary-V:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. St. James Senior league-8 o'clock, church parlors, Doro thy Price, Verne. Redeker. SERVICE AT THIS S P E C I A L P R I C E PER POUND Rough Dry Over 10 Pounds . SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Try Our Service *99O Today -- Phone / jO MASON CITY LAUNDRY rescent club-8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. ' THURSDAY istory club-Postponed two weeks, anford Ladies aid-1 o'clock, Mrs. H. D. Woodward, dinner for husbands. vangelical Ladles aid?-2 o'clock, group 1, Mrs. M. Ferman, 28 Thirteenth street northwest; group 2, Mrs. C. Buehler, 1333V: North Federal.avenue. nergetic class-Congregational church, all day meeting. .. N. A. Health club-2 o'clock, Moose hall. mmanuel N. W. division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. O. A. O'Green, 740 Fourth street southwest. last State Street club-Mrs. H. E. Zuber, 305 East State street, Mrs. I. T. Babcock, Mrs. William Findlay, Mrs. William Kern, Mrs. Lars Gulbranson, Mrs. H. J. Kassell, assisting; Mrs. V. D. Nelson, lesson. orosis club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Sumner White, room 238, Hotel Hanford, lesson, Mrs. R. W. Mellenv Vew Idea club-Mrs. C, J. Fitzpatrick, 210 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. . U. G. A. club- Mrs. Peter Jensen. trinity Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. R. O. Storvick, Mrs. J. C. Odden, Mrs. John Christiansen, hostesses. Voman's club-2:15 o'clock, Methodist church, John Mason Brown, speaker, ast Noble Grands-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. B. P. W. club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, talk by Dr. Effie McCullum Jones of Webster City, special music. Athenian club-6:30 o'clock, Mi's. J. A. Pasternak, 210 Crescent drive, Mrs. J. D. Stoner, Mrs. W. B. Casey, Mrs. T. Phalen, Mrs. E. Nangle, Mrs. L. C. Perkins, committee. Sub-Deb club-7:30 o'clock, Miss Bonnie Jean Zack, 1022 Fourtii street southwest, lesson, Jacquelyn Hanson, Marjorie Howard. High School P. T. A,-7:30 o'clock, high school, panel discussion. ieihlcljcm Walther league-P. G. and E., Edward and Marvin Schaper, hosts. mmanuel Martha society 8 o'clock, Ellen and Olive Larson, 109 Tenth street southwest. . O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, program and lunch. ;ood Cheer lodge-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. /omen of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall.-' ark Hospital Nurses-8 o'clock, nurses' home, annual alumnae meeting. ouble Y club-9 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., dance, FRIDAY resbyterian Women-Forest Park circle,' 1 o'clock, Mrs. J. E. Dameron, 1008 First street northwest; central circle, 1 o'clock, Mrs. Harlan MacMillan, 13 Tenth street northwest; west circle, 2 o'clock, Mrs. Martin Peterson, 1312 Adams avenue northwest; cast circle, 2 o'clock, Mrs. V. M. Holcomb, 725 Delaware avenue northeast; south circle, 2 o'clock, Mrs. Harian ^ VV. Girtoif, 1113 Second street southwest. Church of Christ W. M. S.-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. J. A. Gashel, devotions; Mrs. F. L. Ries, lesson; Mrs. C. D. Combs, discussion; Mrs. J. H. Marston, music, Mrs. David Garlock and group one, hostesses. General Baptist Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. John Willy, 323 Rhode Island avenue southeast. · , Methodist W. M. S.-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. T. E.Davidson, 908 Second street southwest, Mrs. H. W. Barker, Mrs. Fred Tubbesing, assisting, Mrs. F; W. Sanborn, devotions; Mrs. Walter Sopher, Mrs. Ira Stinson, lesson. Our Savior's Luther League-7:30 o'clock, church. Queen Rcbclcah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, F. and G. committees serving. Kill Kare Klub-P. G. and E., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith, hosts. B. A. R. E. Auxiliary-8 o'clock, Moose hall. SATURDAY Eastern Star-1 o'clock, Masonic temple, school of instruction, Mrs. A. R. Lenz, in charge; dinner at 6:30 o'clock, followed by initiation. Browning society-6 o'clock, Mrs. Earl Smith, 27 Sixth street northwest, Miss Mary Bullock, hostesses; lesson, Mrs. C. H. McNider. Wedding Day Plans Near Completion Guests Arriving to Attend Senneff-Percival Nuptials. Miss Peggy Senneff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Senneff, 9 Beaumont drive, has chosen her cousin, Miss Ruth Bliss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.-Bliss, 138 Tenth street northwest, to act as her maid of honor at her wedding to Wright Percival of DCS Moines which will take place Wednesday evening. Mr. Percival will be attended by his brother, Shirley Percival, Jr., Des Moines. The marriage will take place Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock in the St. Joseph's rectory with Monsignor P. S. O'Connor officiating. Following will be a reception ia the Wedgewood room of the Hote. Hanford. Many out of town guest! are expected for the event. Among those who will arrive early in the week are Miss Mabel Donahoe of Ponca City, Okla., Miss Mary Laura Perry of Louisville, Ky., and Miss Catherine Curtiss of Blairsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Senneff will entertain at a family dinner Tuesday evening at their home at which members of the bridal party will be guests. Miss Jean Lovell has invitid a group of guests to her home for Sunday evening complimenting the bride- elect. BITS'ABOUT 'EM 'lothes Charm Topic of Speaker Heard at Merkel Style Clinic Miss Marolyn Bearing of the Simplicity League of Amateur Designers explained how to devel- ope "clothes charm" at a clinic held in the Merkei style store Friday afternoon. A second clinic was held Saturday afternoon. Miss Dearing explained that a better knowledge of how to dress will change a woman's frame of mind and suggested that many inferiority complexes had their roots in unbecoming dress. She said that proper dressing is not a question of expense, but of choosing proper color and fabric. She stressed the importance of make-up and accessories in dressing properly. Mrs. C. B. Sherman, Miss Betty Chapman. Miss Olive Jensen and Miss Margaret Myklebust modeled costumes and Miss Dearing explained the reasons for the pleasing or otherwise appearance of th ensembles. ADRIAN RINGOLD, DAVENPORT GIRL, MARRIED JAN. 30 Manage State and District ;ers Guests at Meeting of Circle Woodman circle Beryl Grove No. 135 met at the Y. W. C. A., with Miss Blanche Eakin of Des Moines, state manager, and Charlotte M. Scholz of Cresco, district manager, present. Arrangements were made to have the district convention the first of May. Woodman circle members were invited to attend the installation of officers at Cresco Feb. 4. The next social circle meeting will be with Mrs. Henry Smith at 2 o'clock on Feb. 10, and the regular Woodrow Sherin, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sherin, 10H Wes State street, left Friday lor Rochester, N. Y., where he has accepte a position with the Eastman Koday company. Mr. Sherin was graduated from the University o: Iowa in 1935 and has been doin graduate work there since. Miss Margaret Handel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Handel 1051 Fourth street southwest, was listed with the Cornell college students of the conservatory on the program of a student recital there this week. Miss Handel, a senior, sang "Transformation" by Watts. Ray Borup, who has completed his studies in the liberal arts school of the University of Iowa, has accepted a position with the Dow .Chemical company of Midland, Mich. Bipn MacPeak, another Mason Cityan, is employed by the same company. Program Presented at Meeting Held by St. James Leaguers St. James Lutheran Junior League met in the church parlors Friday for a program which included two duets, "Grandfather's Clock" and "The Church in the Wildwood" by Oswald Mall and Jewell Dusheck. A letter was read from the International vice president of the American Luther League, John Stegemann, congratulating the St. James Junior League for becoming the first league in the Iowa district affiliated with the state and international bodies. Muriel Griffin was a guest. Luncheon was served by Ralph Wandrey and games were played during the evening. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been granted to Harry Boelman and Luella Dorenkamp, both of Mesev- vey, Raymond Regel, Charley City, and Vivian Guertin, Mason City; and to Oscar Frenrilc, Forston, Minn., and Vivian Pinkham. Milaca, Minn. ·--o-- REBEKAH CIRCLE CONDUCTS MEETING Rebekah circle met in the I. O O.'F. parlors for-installation of officers which was conducted by Mrs. Nellie Ulrich and Mrs. Boyd Arnold. Mrs. T. E. Needham was installed as president, Mrs. B. W Banker, vice president, Miss Marjorie Jones, secretary, and Mrs Charles Sheets, treasurer. Luncl was served at the close of the afternoon by Mrs. Dean's committee The Hebekah circle is sponsorin a series of card parties for Re- bekahs and friends to be held each Tuesday afternoon at th L O. O. F. hall' at 2 o'clock. --o-CONTRACT DUPLICATE CLUB TO MEET MONDAY Contract Duplicate club wil meet Monday evening at 7:3C o'clock at the Hotel Hanford. Mr. and Mrs. August Twachtman of Davenport announce the marriage of their daughter, Elno*a, to Adrian C. Ringold o£ Masc* City, which look place Saturday afternoon in Davenport. The Rev. Jerome Miller, Davenport Lutheran minister, otfi- ciated. Attendants were Evelyn Richards of Waterloo and Rober Ringold of Denison. The ceremony was followed by a dinner for 20 guests at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. Ringold and his bride wil make their home in Mason City where he is employed by the Sieg- Mason City company. MODERN SCHOOL OF EXCEPTIONAL C H I L D SUBJECT DR. GARIIY C. MYERS, PH. D Child Psychologist When I realize how many school systems, especially in the smaller districts, make no provisions for their children who are in some way handicapped, J am unusually delighted when I am able to see exceptional children educated by the public schools in an intelligent fashion. It seems to me that the way it is done at the Ann Kellogg school, Battle, Creek, Mich., approaches the ideal. I visited that school recently and asked the principal, Harley Z. Wooden, to tell me about their philosophy and Peplum Blouse and Skirt GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY School Frock for Little Girl Combines Tailored Skirt With Cleverly Designed Blouse. A two-piece school dress of navy blue wool that will serve two or more purposes. It's grand, too, for cool early spring weather without a coat. Daughter will enjoy wearing lots of different sweaters with the navy skirt. A coral-red or one of ihe new Dalmatian sweaters would be so bright and gay.. The fitted bodice lining top sees' that the skirt stays "put." ' The peplum blouse flares so cunningly over the hips. The sleeves puff a little at the shoulders. They are equally smart above the elbows as in the back lew. The pattern can be used again for a separate blouse or for a separate skirt. An extra skirt of · bright plaid would look adorable with the navy blouse. A print crepe silk is nice for ; best." Cottons and linens are also suitable. Style No. 3099 is designed for sizes 8, 10, 12 and 14 years. Size 8 requires 2Vs yards of 39-inch material with % yard of 35-inch lining for bodice. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin is' preferred) for pattern.. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only ten cents a copy. You will find it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring outfit, and your early summer cottons. You have only to study yourself and take your choice, for there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the new models. Book costs ten cents. Send for it today. Book and pattern together twenty-five cents. Do not send to Mason .City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern De-*i partment, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 3O99 administrative he replied; "We feel in MEETING PLANNED PLANED BY U. C. T. The monthly meeting of the United Commercial Travelers wil be held at the P. G. and E. audi torium Saturday evening at B:3 o'clock when dinner will bi served. -- o -FALLS AND LIME CREEK WOMEN HOLD MEETING Falls and Lime Creek township home project workers met fo their second lesson on "Food Nutrition and Adequate Cos Meals" at the home of Mrs. Juli lodge meeting will be at the Y. Sievertson Friday. Miss Florenc practice. In part, Battle Creek that very child should progress intel- ectually, socially and emotionally, s rapidly as his talents and abili- ies will permit. On the other and, we feel that no child should e penalized or placed in an embarrassing position on account ot any inadequacies which he may possess. Be Democratic. "A school, in order to accomplish these things, must be as democratic as possible, and its program must be flexible and capable of change to suit the needs o£ each particular child. For those children who possess handicaps-mental, physical, emotional, or otherwise--there must be opportunity for them either to overcome their handicaps or else to compensate for them. In the cases of the blind, deaf and mentally retarded, especially, the problem is largely one of compensation. In the cases of the crippled, the nonreaders, the hard-of-hearing, the cardiacs and other lowered v i t a l - ity children, it is a matter of overcoming as much ns possible, and then compensating for the remaining handicap. "At the Ann J. Kellogg school, no child is segregated for his physical or emotional handicaps unless his presence would be an imposition upon the normal children. Such cases as might be repulsive or upsetting include epileptics subject to frequent seizures, crippled conditions hideous to look upon, or other similar cases . . . Special Instructor. "The children spend only such time with the special instructor as may be deemed necessary to accomplish the desired purpose . . . The hard-of-hearing, speech defectives and partly seeing children never spend more than a very small fraction of their time with a special instructor." Mr. Wooden is editor of the Journal of Exceptional Children, the official organ of the International Council for Exceptional Children. I happen to be on its board. Our convention is to be in Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 18 to 20. Anyone who really cares about the handicapped child or his parents is welcome to attend. EVENING PASTIME CLUB ENTERTAINED Evening Pastime club met with Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Fisher, 809 Ninth street northeast, when 500 was played with high ' score prize going to Mrs. Fred Hoddens and Edwin Doescher and low to Mrs. Harold Ames and Don Blair. The next meeting will be Feb. 24 and Mrs. .Max Romcy Anniversary Celebration Is Planned Christian Endeavor Society to Have Banquet Tuesday. The fifty-sixth anniversary of the Christian Endeavor society of the Church of Christ will be observed with a banquet to be held at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at the church. Societies from Mason City, Charles City and Clear Lake have been invited to attend. The speaker will be the Rev. Roy Peyton, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Dick Crawford, president of the Christian Endeavor, will act as toastmaslcr. Toasts on Christian youth, past, present and future, will be given by Warren Kassel. William Seelcy and Dorothy O'Hearn. Mrs. Collison will talk cm the progress of the Christian. Endeavor society of high school age. The Rev. D. L. Kratz will also address the group. Guests at each table will put on a slut. Singing will be led by J. Fitzgerald and a few selections will be sung by a girl's quartet consisting of Carol Mathiason, Nancy. Halsor, Rose Mary Watts and Lauretta O'Hearn. There will also be other musical numbers. The dinner will be served by the women of group 2 of the Christian Workers and there will be a small charge. Auxiliary Birthday Party Is Given at Knoxville Hospital Birthdays of 84 veterans at the Knoxville hospital were celebrated at .the American Legion Auxiliary fourth district party given there Thursday according to Mrs. Wesley James of Thornton who had charge of arrangements. Candy, cigarets and playing cards were presented to each of the honorees and beano was played during the party at seven tables. Refreshments were served, carrying out a pink and green color scheme. Mrs. James was assisted by Mr. James, a number of the women from Knoxville and the hospital hostess. Mrs. Myrtle Siverling, fourth district committeewoman, was unable to attend because ol illness. --o-DONALD HUIWIEISTEU HONORED AT PARTY Donald M. Burmeisler was honored at a party given Friday on the occasion of his tenth birthday. Guests were Shirley May Whitney, Richard L. Jones, Reith Lundquest, Tom Erznoznik, Curtis Rye, Beverly Ann Kalahar, Ruby Children and George Keister. Games were played and refreshments served. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON--Licenses wed were issued to Carl Falck ot Dundee and Nilda Dozark of Lamont; Theodore Debel and Blanche Schwer, both of Tripoli; Paul Art h u r Ratv. and Isabel Wcntworth, P. T. A. TO HAVE PANEL PROGRAM THURSDAY NIGHT Another in the series of pane discussions will be heard at th meeting of the High School Par ent-Teachcr association Thursda evening at 7:30 o'clock in the hig school auditorium. Dean S. L. Rugland will act a leader of the discussion which wi be on the topic, "Made in the U S. A." Tne subject is taken froi the "Headline Books" of the For eign Policy Association of Ne\ York. It will feature parent or adu education, foreign relations, stu dent conference, all projects of th National Congress of Parents an Teachers. Although held in con junction with the regular P. T. A meeting, these discussion programs are open to the public. Mrs. R. B. Irons hospitality committee will serve refreshments in the gymnasium at the close of the meeting. MRS. M. L. LARSON 1 HONOKED AT TARTY Pre-Nuptial Parties for. Ruth Irons Bride-Elect to Be Feted at Series of Social. Events. A series of parties beginning vith a luncheon Saturday noon at the Hotel Hanford herald the npproaching marriage of Miss Ruth Irons, daughter of Mr. and \Irs J. W. Irons, 124 Fourth -.treet northwest, to Ernest A. Hayes of Mount Pleasant, which will take place Feb. 13 at St. fohn's Episcopal church. Miss Irons arrived Friday from Iowa City where she completed ler semester's work at the University of Iowa graduate school. Women faculty members of the Mason City high school and jun- or college and wives oE men faculty members gave the luncheon Saturday noon which was attended by about 4(1 persons. Special guests were Mrs. J. W. Irons, Mrs. R. B. Irons and Mrs. Richard Davey. Later in the afternoon Miss Irons was honored at a tea given by Mrs. Stuavt N. Grummon at her home, 303 Louisiana avenue southeast. Hold Open House. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley and daughter, Margaret, have invited members of the Mason City high school faculty and school board members and their wives to an open house Sunday afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock at their home. 938 North Federal avenue, complimenting Miss Irons. On Monday. Mrs. Grant Reynolds. . Mrs. R. W. Baumgartncr and Mrs. E. G. Morse will give a luncheon and bridge party at the home of Mrs. Morse, 28 Carolina avenue southeast for the bride elect. The Misses Lucille and Louise Pierce have invited guests for a miscellaneous shower Monday evening honoring Miss Irons. Bridge Parties. 'Mrs. Carl Snyder. Mrs. Howard Knesel and Mrs: J. C. Stoddard will be hostesses at a bridge party and towel shower on Tuesday afternoon and for Wednesday, Mrs. Hardy Pool has invited the members of the Duplicate club and their daughters for luncheon and bridge. Tlie Novel club has planned a luncheon and shower for Thursday and on Friday, Mrs. W. P. Mcvkcl will entertain at a bridge luncheon. Mrs. Hughes Bryant will entertain a group at breakfast Saturday morning for Miss Irons and Saturday afternoon, -Miss Mary' Gould and Miss Irene Holman will give a luncheon at which? guests will be Kappa Kappa--·· Gamma sorority sisters of Miss Irons. Saturday afternoon, Miss Elene Boomhower, Miss Mary Jane Pauley and Miss Barbara Clough will give a tea and shower for her. --o-Program at McKmley Community Center Musical numbers, educational movies and comedies were shown nt the McKinlcy community center Friday evening. Dan Pljulen, in cowboy regalia, entertained w i t h cowboy songs, accompanying Bollinger was in charge and thcr at the P. G. and E. auditorium. A group ot friends and neigh- himself on the guitiir. bors gnvc a surprise party for Mrs. M. L. Larson of Central Melvin Ferr, who appeared on the KGLO amateur program broadcast Thursday, sang "Old Man River" and "Goodbye, My Eleights on the airthday. The time was spent in- Eormally and gifts were presented Love." He was accompanied on to the honoree. Mrs. Lloyd Young the piano by Helen Swchla. Movies were presented by the Y. M. C. A. '· served refreshments at the close of the afternoon. Smarter Styles. Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 COURTESY A N D SATISFACTION WITH EVERY P U R C H A S E DOZENS OF THESE SPRING SUITS JUST ARRIVED SATURDAY Realize now- -- that a spring suit will be the hub of your entire wardrobe . . . that Easter is so early this year that you should shop for your spring clothes right now. And realize, above all, that here is the place to get your style suits. Very low in price. and better NEW DRESSES Hundreds or new silk dresses arrived Saturday, will be on display Monday morning. * HP and Price range from "SEE YOU TOMORROW (MONDAY)

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