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March 10, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 10, 1936
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 · 1936 2 DEPARTMENTAL MEETINGS SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY Remley Glass Will Speak at Luncheon Maude Jacobs to Be Heard at Afternoon Session. Remley Glass, Mason City attorney, will be the speaker at the Woman's club literature department meeting Wednesday noon at the Hotel Hanford. Mr. Glass will review "Seven Pillars of Wisdom," by T. E. Lawrence. The author, known as Lawrence of Arabia, came to be an almost legendary figure in.England before his death, last summer, and there are still occasional rumors that he did not die, but is doing some sort of secret service work in India. "Seven Pillars .of Wisdom" was his !ast book. The review will be given from 12 to 1 o'clock and luncheon will be served for those who wish it. Serving will begin a t 11:45 o'clock. Reservations for luncheon may be made at the Hanfora until 10 o'clock Wednesday morning. Wednesday will be a full day for Women's club members, the outdoor life department having a meeting scheduled for 2:30 o'clock in the library assembly, when Maude R. Jacobs of South CsrrolJton, Ky., will speak on "The Greatest Charm in the Garden." Following Mrs. Jacobs' talk, tea will be served with Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley, Mrs. W. C. Odell and Mrs. C. H. McNider on the committee in charge. _*__ W. C. T. TJ. TO MEET WEDNESDAY AT Y. W. Members of the W. C. T. U. will WIFE PRESERVERS Hot water dampens clothes more evenly than cold. meet Wednesday afternoon at th .Y. W. C. A., for a program whic will be opened with devotions b Miss Lola Kesler. Mrs. F. R. Curri will speak on Kagawa and Mrs August Johnson will review an ar tide from the Union Signal. --·:·-- WEDDINGS TAKE PLACE AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA--Alice Mae Paine, Wabasha, Minn., and Peter B. Halverson, Spring Grove, Minn., Edith M. Borth and Leslie Kinnaman, both of Minneapolis, were married at the Little Brown church by the Rev. William Kent. Ceremonial to Be Held atY.W.C.A. Girl Reserves Plan Event for First Day of Spring. Girl Reserves are planning a recognition ceremonial for Saturday afternoon, March 21, at 4 o'clock in the gymnasium of the Y. W. C. A. This is a ceremonial in which all the Girl Reserve groups of the city will participate. There will be a candle-lighting ceremony, song and poetry woven throughout the program, and a special talk for Girl Reserves. All girls are being checked on their knowledge of the Girl Reserve code, slogan, purpose, songs, and other ritual before they come- to the service, and those who wear the Girl Reserve costume will be allowed to sit in an inner circle --others making an outer circle The Girl Reserve costume consists of either a white blouse, a 'dark skirt and blue tie, or a white dress with a blue tie. This ceremony ig expected to be one of the most impressive Girl Reserves have ever had. It will be a spring ceremonial, a special candle will ,be lighted for the spring as a symbol of growing things, and the ceremonial is being held on the first day of spring. Mrs. Lyle Pickford has been se- ected as chairman of the Girl Re- erve Advisors association which is planning the ceremonial. Mrs. Fluegal in Charge of Instruction Eastern Stars Hold School at Masonic Temple; Many Attend. Officers of Unity Chapter No. 58, 0. E. S., entertaining at a 1 o'clock luncheon Monday at the Park Inn in honor of Mrs. .Pearl Mae Fluegal of Charles City, included Mrs. C. L. Meade, worthy matron; Miss Lillian Shimmick, associate matron; Me dames George M. Buck, Roy Washburn, Jess Mathewman, J. Dickinson, George White, John Miller, Louis I. Walter, J. N. Cutle Victor Hansen. Horace S. Beeme F. L. Hudson and F. W. Fenske. Others attending were Mesdame A. R. Lenz, grand Esther, John Bal fanz, grand representative of the O E. S. of Iowa, W. H. Paxtori, C. Bryant and W. J. Smith. Miss Shimmick and Mrs. Mathew man had 'charge of the luncheon table decorations being the color of the order. School of instruction convened i the Masonic temple from 2 to o'clock with an attendance of ,, in charge of Mrs. Fluegal, distric instructor of district No. 3 of th order, of the Eastern Star of low, Three hundred attended the 6:3 o'clock dinner with Mrs. Harley C Ransom in charge of .the dining room. A special meeting was held a 8 o'clock when candidates were in itiated. Guests were present from Nora Springs, Northwood, Man! and Clear Lake. Mrs. Fluegal wa given a gift from Unity chapter th presentation being made by Fred E Wells, past patron. Short talks were made by Mrs Lenz, Mrs. Balfanz, Mrs. Fluega and visiting worthy matrons an worthy patrons. Mrs. Fluegal. while in the citj was the guest of · Mrs. Mcarie worthy matron, leaving Tuesday to conduct a school at Manly. P.E.O. Chapter GN Meets for Annual Dinner and Program Members of P. E. O. Chapter GN ANN GILBERT'S BEAUTY SHOP ANNOUNCES A New and Finer Beauty Service We've Redecorated and Installed New Equipment. We have just installed the latest type Butler multiple hair dryers . . . this means faster, more comfortable and efficient service for our patrons. We are proud too, of the new appointments in our 'shop, and we believe .that now, more than ever, you'll enjoy coming to Ann Gilbert's for your beauty work. SPRING SPECIAL Soft, Lustrous $« .50 PERMANENT WAVES, complete.. * to Ann Gilbert's Beauty Shop Across From Old Postoffice Phone 3180 and their husbands met for their annual party Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock at St. John's parish hall. The committee in charge included the Rev. and Mrs. George K. Davies, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Vorhies and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Scott. Following 'dinner; a program was given with Mr. Vorhies acting as toastmaster. C. O. Pasnau led the group in assembly singing. Miss Barbara Scott played two piano selections and Merritt Milligan, accompanied by his father, Lester Milligan, gave a clarinet solo. A poem, "The Bachelor's Reverie," by Mrs. Scott, was read by Mr. Vorhies while a group of men pan- tomined each scene. A demonstration with Indian clubs was performed by Dick Holman. Yellow and white was the color scheme carried out in the table decorations and programs. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON--Licenses to wed were issued to Harvey Buehler of Lawler and Romona Schnurstein of Fredericksburg; Harold V. Ryon of Laurens and Edna E. Dillemuth of Pohahontas; Milo Lee of Inwood and Eunice Schiager of Canton, S. Dak. SARBER-MORRIS GARNER--A marriage license was Issued Saturday, March 7, to Dewitt Sarber, 21, and LaVonne Morris, 18, both of Belmond. Spring Cleaning as You Like It BJOR those things about the " house that require extra care and workmanship --' RUGS -- C U R T A I N S -DRAPES. We guarantee highest quality workmanship. Keep your household effects NEW.. Good cleaning does the trick. Our quality service will give you spring cleaning as you really like it. PHONE 788 :A FURRIERS =J SPECIAL ON SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHS R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 ' Optical SfefYice O Most Thorough Eye Examinations 9 Prescriptions Guaranteed Correct 9 Style, Quality, and Prices TO PLEASE YOU RUDOLPH REUTEK SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SECRETARIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday are accepted after 4 o'clock on Friday. TUESDAY T. N. T. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mono poly party. Baptist Y. W. A 7:30 o'clock, Irene Hamblin, 113c Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Roosevelt-Jackson C. S. C.-8 o'clock, Roosevelt school, talk by Mrs. Guy Davis, police matron; Mrs. Chester Billings, program chairman.' ;. D. ot A 8 o'clock, Moose hall. 'hoeniclans-- 8 o'clock, Miss Louise Macket, 125 Fourth street northwest, lesson. Miss Margaret Rule. Clio club-Mrs. Curtis Amen, 50 Beaumont drive, lesson, Mrs. F. C. Lovell. WEDNESDAY IcKinley P. T. A 2:30 o'clock, school. o What club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. N. C. Stam, 122 President court. . li-O. T. O-- " · - : · 2 o'clock, L O. O. F. hall, card party. Literature department-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, Remley Glass, speaker. . of M. social service department 1 o'clock, Moose hall. N. A. drill team-2 o'clock, Moose hall, Mrs. C. A. Budworth, captain. riple 4 Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Paul Groff, 1318 President avenue northwest. 'oodman circle-Beryl Grove No. 35-2 o'clock, Mrs. A. J. Clemens, 609 Massachusetts avenue southeast. ladison P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. / C T U 2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. ocia] Hour club-Mrs. Walter Wilcox. . E. E. E. club-Mrs. R. W. Barclay, 222 Madison avenue northwest. Jethlehem Ladies aid-Mrs. Fred Groh, 931 Eighth street northeast. . O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MES. MARY MORTON Menu Hint. ST. PATRICK'S PARTY MENU "Irish Toast" Sandwiches Stuffed Green Pepper Salad /anilla Ice Cream Coffee Iced Cakes This menu is suggested for a St. 'atrick's' party. The menu was lanned by . Kathleen Webster. The ouse is, of course, decorated with reen. Better use a lighter green aan the real Irish color, as that is 00 deep a shade to look well in 1 tificial light, it is suggested. You an find many pretty, inexpensive nd appropriate favors and decor- tions in the stores, and can make ome out of crepe paper. A huge ack Horner pie might be used as centerpiece, only instead of fav- rs. cut Irish jokes and paste on ards. one for each guest, and slip nto the frills of the centerpiece to e read when you wish. r m High School Music Mother Present Last of Concert Series. The last in the series of America Artists association concerts, spon sored here by the High School Mu sic Mothers club, will be given Wee nesday evening at 8:15 o'clock i the high school auditorium who Rudolph Renter, pianist, and Rein hold Schmidt, baritone, will per form. Mr. Renter has played as solois with European symphonies in Ber lin, Hamburg, Brunswick, Rostock Brandenburg and Gorlitz and i Berlin he was called Walter Giese king's most serious rival. He ha also made concert appearances i Vienna, London, Copenhagen, Rome Budapest and Munich. Favorable Comment. The pianist has been a soloist with the New York, Chicago, Detroit Minneapolis, St. Louis, Los Angeles Milwaukee and San Francisco sym * phonies. The New York Times com ments on his playing, "Mr. Reute, has the hand of steel in the glov of velvet. His playing was sculptur esque and interesting in the lighte pieces as well as in the 'Rhapsodic'. Mr. Schmidt is one of America' finest baritones, coming .from a family of musicians and receiving his first musical training on the vio lin. He gave up the violin when i was discovered that he had a phen omenal voice. In Opera Companies. Ke was principal bass-baritom with the Philadelphia Opera, thi Chicago Grand Opera company an the New York Music Guild. His ra dio activities have brought many requests to hear him in person. His musicianship, beautiful voice, dra matic ability and fine stage pres ence make him a thrilling singer. The Chicago Herald and Examiner music critic writes of his singing "He not only makes the English language intelligible, but beautiful.' This concert will conclude a series of four which brought a number of talented musicians to Mason City during the year. The Music Mothers will sponsor a similar series next year. Membership cards for next year's series will be available at the concert Wednesday night. Those who make arrangements for their next gear's membership before the last concert will be presented a guest ticket which will be honored at either the last concert this season or any of the concerts next year. The concerts next year will be fiven by Marian Van Ness, harpist; Sydnie Smith Cooley, contralto; obert MacDonald, pianist; Arthur ·Craft, tenor; John McMahill, Jr., nd Jeffrey Mongerson in "Spot- ight Sketches" and the Madrigal uartet. "inals in Contract Bridge Tourney Will Be Held March 23 Final play for the contract bridge rophy awarded by Mrs. W. E. Brice o the best woman contract player n Mason City will be next Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford. The semi-finals were played Monday afternoon at the Hanford with ugh scorers north and south, Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant and Mrs. E. G. ilorse, and east and west, Mrs. G. . Cady and Mrs. L. R. Boom- lower. Mrs. Sumner White is sponsoring he tournament and Mrs. Orace Newman is conducting it. .;. 75th Birthday Observed. POPEJOY--A family gathering fas held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Corcoran Sunday in honor if her seventy-fifth birthday. There we 14 present. ·--*i* Honored on Anniversary. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs, Al- Irich Beenen were given a surprise n honor of their eighteenth wedding anniversary. They were called home 'rom town and found a number of their friends there to greet them. Today's Recipes. · Irish Toast may be made in two ers, like club sandwiches, using three thin slices of toast for each ne. Have one layer filled with licken salad and the other potato alad. You can trim them with ny Irish flags which you can get t the store. You can use plain uttered bread if you prefer. Stuffed Green Pepper Salad.-hop olives and mix with cream mento cheese, then stuff into hole green peppers and allow to and in the refrigerator or other Id place for a time to stiffen. ice the peppers across, and you ill have "shamrock" slices, which ou can arrange on lettuce leaves nd decorate with sprigs of wa- rcrcss, and cover with French ·cssing. Women Will Get Book of New Recipes Cooking School Will Open March 17 at High School Auditorium. One rich reward for "perfect attendance" at "Foods on Parade." which the Globe-Gazette will present beginning March 17 at the high school auditorium, will be the wealth of valuable, tested recipes which will be given, many of which are demonstrated during the four- day session. To every woman attending the opening program an illustrated cook-book, "Our Favorite Meat Recipes," will be given. This is in addition to the recipes printed on the program of the day, which in themselves make a varied and valuable collection. Carefully Chosen. All of these recipes have been carefully selected from the standpoint of the ease with which they may be followed, their practical value to the average housewife and their food value and appetite appeal. Every dish which Miss Ann Kingsley prepares has passed these tests. None of the dishes described is elaborate or extravagant. Many call for the economical cuts of meat. Ground meats, neck slices, spare ribs, liver, heart, sausage, and left-over meats are used in new attractive ways. Dishes which fit well into the limited food budget are featured. Suggestions for garnishing these dishes are clever and original, without being "freakish." In most cases, foods which combine well with the main dish are chosen to give it an attractive appearance. These ideas will appeal to the woman who takes pride in her cockery and likes to have her roasts, chops, and stews look as good as they taste. On Meat Cookery- On the subject of meat cookery. Miss Kingsley is especially well qualified to speak. She is a member of the National Live Stock and Meat Board, which has done so j much valuable research work along .his line, in co-operation with the eading universities and colleges nd the U. S. Department of Agri- ulture. "Foods on Parade" is designed o appeal equally to the most prac- ical housewife in the audience, who oesn't care for "fussy things," and o the woman who expresses her irtistic sense in her cookery,--as veil as to the great majority who /ant to serve nutritious, economi- al meals with style and distinction. HALE-SANDERS IOWA FALLS--Miss Marguerite landers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rtarvin Sanders, and Richard Hale, on of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hale, vere married, at the Methodist hurch, March 8. Both are gradu- tes of the Iowa Falls high school nd have attended Ellsworth conser- atory of music. The bridegroom is ,n employe of the Hoxie Fruit com- iany and they will live in Iowa '·alls. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seney, 622 Washington avenue northwest, have returned from a two months' trip to California. * * * Jack Struyk hag returned to Mount Vernon where he is a student at Cornell college after spending the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Struyk, 706 North Federal avenue. * * * Miss Elizabeth" Mills left Monday night for Cedar Falls to" continue her work at Iowa State Teachera college after a mid-term vacation spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mills, Harper apartments. TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB ENTERTAINED Twentieth Century club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick, 904, Washington avenue northwest, for a program which included current events by Mrs. Lee Bailey and a discussion of "American Waterways" by Mrs. Frank Goodman. AUXILIARY BROADCAST TO BE ON WEDNESDAY Members of the American Legion auxiliary will hear a broadcast Wednesday afternoon from 3:30 o'clock until 4 over WSUI from Iowa City.' Miss Annice Jones Weds L. E. Mumaugh at Oklahoma City Mr. and Mrs. S. T.' Jones, 119 Ninth street northeast, announce the marriage of their daughter, Annice, to L. E. Mumaugh of Shawnee, Okla., son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mumaugh of Lima, Ohio, which took place March 1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Zurnehly, uncle and aunt of the bridegroom, in Oklahoma City. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Fred H. Zimmerman, pastor of the First Methodist church, at 12:30 o'clock and a wedding dinner followed. Covers for the bridal couple and guests were placed at one large table. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Mumaugh, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Zurn- ehly, Mr. Zimmerman and daughter, Betty, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Zurnehly and children, Helen Louise and Charles Louis, and Clyde Elwood, Jr. Mr. Mumaugh has resided in Shawnee since last September where he is employed in the Peoples Loan company. Thy will make their home at 624 West Ford street. 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