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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 19, 1934
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 19 1934 rppltf . 2 _ _ _ _ _ _^__________ -------THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL DISTRICT REBEKAH MEETING APRIL 11 Convention Plans Made by Members Queen Lodge to Entertain Annual Session in Mason City. Plans are going forward for the thirty-first annual sessiond and school of instruction of the northern district of the Rebekahs which will be held in Mason City April 11. Officers of the convention include. Mrs. Win Nuting, president; Mrs O. C. Gundlach, vice president; Mrs! R. E. Kolwinska, secretary; and Mrs. Wade Vasbinder, treasurer. On the executive committee are Mrs. S M Decker, chairman, Mrs. 'J M Hazlett, Miss Dorathea Diercks, Mrs. F. V. Welters and Mrs. W. M. Huffman. The morning session will open at 9 o'clock with reception and registration followed by a. school of instruction in the unwritten work which will be conducted by Mrs. Chauncey G. Viall, vice president of the Rebekah'assembly. At 10 o'clock the opening of lodge will be held by Queen No. 106, Mason City. Cup to Be Awarded. Grand lodge and assembly officers and district deputy presidents and convention officers will be intro- dued. Mrs. Thomas Needham will give the address of welcome and the response will be made by Mrs. Bernice Buck of Thornton. After a business session a contest in the unwritten work will be conducted followed by the report of the judges and the awarding of the cup. San Juan lodge at Plymouth wUl present an amendment to the bylaws and Wayne lodge of Mclntire will give "Working Your Way Into a Lodge." Following lunch the afternoon session will be opened with music, report of lodges and circles, the draping of the charter by the Northwood lodge, the examining and admitting a visitor from another jurisdiction by Osage lodge. The Manly lodge win exemplify admitting a member by transfer; New Hampton, dropping members for non-payment of dues; Clear Lake, memorial; Nashua, examining and admitting a visitor from this jurisdiction without the password. President's Address. The Fredericksburg lodge will give a paper on Rebekah Odd Fellowship which will be followed by the placing a member on a non-contributing list oy Marble Rock, and _for. SAVE Your Eyes and SAVE Money Doing It D ON'T neglect those eyes of yours. Don't side-step their danger signals. Come here for an examination. GARNER BRIDE pARNER, March 19.--Mrs. W. D. Daly was Miss Evelyn Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson of Garner, before her secret marriage July 8, 1933, to W. D. Daly, young attorney of Garner and formerly of Mason City. membership by initiation and balloting by Charles City. The afternoon session will be concluded by an address by Rosa M. U. Heninger, Sigourney, president of the Rebekah assembly. The evening session will open with music. The lodge will be called to order by · Mrs. Needham and the Rebekah degree will be given by the Nora Springs' lodge. Mrs. Heninger will speak and lodge will be closed. A dance for Odd Fellows and Re- bekahs will conclude the convention. Towns which will be represented at the convention include Clear Lake, Mason City, Plymouth, Thornton, Fredericksburg, Nashua, New Hampton, Charles City, Marble Rock, Nora Springs, Osage, Mcln- tire, Manly and Northwood. Miss Mary A. Wilson Weds K. Wandschneider CLARKSVILLE, March 19.-Miss Mary Augusta Wilson, daughter of Frank Wilson of Clarksville, granddaughter of Mrs. Sophia Tackman-Schilling and Kenneth Wandschneider of Mt. A-ubum were married at the Evangelical church by the pastor, the Rev. A. W. Satory, in the presence of immediate relatives. Their attendants were Miss Mildred Williams of Waterloo and Harold Stueve of Mt. Auburn. A SriuTieneo5 : -wss~ served to family company of 10 at the home of Mrs. Schiling and the couple left that evening for Eddyville on a week-end visit to the bride's sister, Mrs. Walter Roberts, and family, before going to the farm home three miles from Mt. Auburn. Blessed are the poor. You don't lose sleep in times like these trying to think up a safe place to hide four bits.--Wisconsin State Journal. We Carry a Complete Stock of LAWN SEED 40c and 50c Lb. . GARDEN SEEDS 5c and lOc Pkg. JOHNSTON'S F L O W E R S Across From Park We Telegraph Flowers Now RIP OFF FAT il Wo6r iwes a faf Girl*| f or 2/ Q Day! Famous Quick Way ^NOBODY PAYS ATTENTON TO ME. t, ANY MORE., I'M JSO FAT... ./ DON'T BE. OOWNCAST-TCV THE. JAD METHOD , -AND TAKE. OFF A POUND A DAY! [Z Shz Dzcidvs to Ge,f Thin I KNOW THE, iJAO METHOD ' IS WONDERFOL J-BUT CAN I I AFFORD IT? ANYBODY CAN. THE. NEW COHDErtSCO JAD SALTS COST ONLY . M-£ A WEEK.' MAI2Y, DEAIJ YOU'CE-SOTBIM AND LOVELY. WHAT HAVE. YOU DONE.? 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You actually can follow this scientific plan for 2f a day, Don't forget: ask for the new Condensed JAD Salts. Begin the quick JAD Method of reducing -- tomorrow morning. The Condensed JAD Salts- remember-- is urged asapoison- banishing agent., -to banish unhealthy bloating and to eliminate body moisture-- not as a reducing one. Plays Fewer b u t B e t t e r Women Told Miss Hazel Strayer of Iowa State Teachers College Is Speaker. "The plays on Broadway have been fewer and better this past year, according to Miss Hazel atrayer, head of the drama department of Iowa State Teachers' col- ege at Cedar Falls, who spoke to ;he drama study section of the Woman's club Saturday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. " 'The Green Bay Tree' which was produced by Jed Harris is one of ·he season's outstanding plays," Miss Strayer said. "It is the story of an adopted son who has been reared in luxury and who deserts his foster father to marry. The foster father is eventually shot by the ooy's real father in an unconvincing way." Miss Strayer spoke of Mr. Harris' tendency to play a highly emotional scene too far up front. This tendency was also evident in his production of "The take" in which Katherine Hepburn starred, she said. Movie Habits. "Miss Hepburn's experience in motion pictures has not added to her stature as an actress," Miss Strayer pointed out. "The habit of playing full front acquired in the movies is hard to overcome. Miss Strayer spoke of similar difficulties with Walter Huston and Leslie Howard and said that if Miss Hepburn had been given a director who would tone her down, rather than exploit her, it would have been better for her acting. '"Her Master's Voice,' an amusing comedy by Claire Kummer, is a fine example of the actor's making the play, since the material of the play is slight. Laura Hope Crews and Roland Young are in the cast and it is a joy to see the play come alive and move along by their acting. Propaganda Play. "While definately a propaganda play, 'Peace on Earth' is moving and exciting. It suffers from the author's preaching too much. "Men in White" which has been produced by the Group Theater is effective and convincing. Its scenes are laid in a hospital and medical men have found it authentic. The Group Theater uses none but its own members in its plays and in that policy is not as wise as the Theater Guild. "The 'Guild has three splendid plays, 'School for Husbands,' an adaptation of, Moliere's play, 'As Th-asands Cheer,' a smooth and de- "^htful revue which goes 'Of Thee . Sing' one better and 'Ah Wilderness,' Eugene O'NeiU'3 new play. George M. Cohan is an important reason for the success of 'Ah Wilderness.' It is not a typical O'Neill play. The scene is laid in 1906 and Cohan has caught the spirit completely. The relation between Cohan and his son in the play is excellent. "Mary of Scotland." "Maxwell Anderson has taken a tragic and lovely queen and made her an alive and touching figure in 'Mary of Scotland.' The play begins with the unexpected landing of Mary in Scotland, her meeting with John Knox and the evident dividec allegiance of her pupils. Philip Merrivale as the dashing Bothwel sometimes outplays Helen Hayes who is sweet and appealing as Mary." Miss Strayer spoke of the scenes between Mary and John Knox and Mary and Elizabeth as being particularly effective. In conclusion Miss Strayer mentioned "Dodsworth," the adaptation of Sinclair Lewis' novel, "Days Without End" by O'Neill and Clem- en'ce Dane's "Come of Age." Miss Strayer gave a demonstration of the Moscow art theater's method of make-up which she studied under Tamara Daykark- hanova in New York following the meeting. Four Candidates Initiated Into Rainbow Order The Rainbow Assembly met Saturday night in the Mason temple for a 6 o'clock dinner with Mrs John Balfanz as chairman. The initiation ceremony of four condidates was witnessed by 100 from Manly Clear Lake, Algona, Swaledale Northwood and Mason City, with Miss Mildred Van Every presiding Eastern Star officers introducec were M. A. Hunter and F. L. Hudson, worthy patrons of the order at Northwood aad Mason City. Joe Sumner, high priest of the Masonic chapter of Mason City was introduced. . ; · . Mrs. George Schmael, a member of the advisory board, presented a bowl made by Mr. Schmael from a sheet of brass to represent the pot of gold, an emblem of the assembly The gift was accepted in behal FUR JACKETS I Springtime is Fur Time See our Fashion Highlights In Fur Jackets for 1934-35. Our Collection Is Complete. GIVES SLIM EFFECT FROCK WITH FRONT PANEL, REVER COLLAR WILL BE COMFORTING WEAR FOR WOMAN OF MATRONLY FIGURE Qloko-Uuette Fecrlen IB f'-ent fatten, 200 ttftb Avenue, New fork City ITj DIANA DAY " You have only to glance at this lovely dress and note its slender panel, tricky rever collar that narrows the bust line and slimming sleeve treatment to realize how it disguises a full figure. For to fashion it you can use a new looking crepe silk print as illustrated, which incidentally is quite slimming in its diagonal pattern. The plain crepe collar and belt gives it nice touch of contrast. Cravat fabrics are other mediums that make up attractively in this model. Navy blue crepe silk with blue and white silk crepe print for its trim is refreshingly smart looking. Style no. 883 is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48 and 50 Inches bust. Size 36 requires 4% yards of 39-inch material with 54 yards of 35-nch contrasting. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting spring fashion book. You certainly won't want to miss it Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in - stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globs-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 883 of the assembly by Miss Elizabeth Branson of Clear Lake who holds :he office of charity. Decorations of yellow flowers were furnished by Sirs. G. R. DeVault of Manly. Plans were made for a dancing party to be held in the dining room at the Mason temple on Saturday night. A 6 o'clock dinner will be served and candidates will be initiated at the next meeting on April 14. W.B.Milne Will Speak atY.W.QA. Annual Nationwide Business Girls' Banquet Planned for Tuesday. Business girls will gather at the Y. W. C. A.,Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock for the'annual nationwide business girls' banquet which is being sponsored here by the T. N. T. and Tusalata clubs and the Young Women's council. The Rev. W. B. Milne of Clear Lake will be the principal speaker and the topic of his address will be 'Out of the Harbor Into the Sea." Dorothy Mickey will perform a sailor's tap dance and Miss Phyllis Propp will give a reading, "The Sunflower Ain't de Daisy." Miss Rita Dugan will perform a tap dance and Roger Downing will sing "Invictus." Miss Ann Jean Nugent will play violin .selections, accompanied by Miss Mary Margaret McLaughlin. Reservation for the dinner will be taken until 11 o'clock Tuesday morning at the Y. W. C. A. The affair is open to all business and professional girls of the city. _*_ Betty Collen Winner of Missionary Medal Contest in Oratory Betty Collen won the missionary oratory contest conducted at the Grace" Evangelical church Sunday evening by the Mission band, sponsored by the W. M. S. Her topic was "Miss Fragrant Money." Other competitors were Leland DeWitt who spoke on "Berry-Patch Harold," Madelyn Baker, "Two Little Girls and a Doll;" Gladys Nissen, "Arouse the Upper Tygart;" Shirley Kendall, "Melinda;" and Audrey Baker, "Eeny Meeny Miney-Mo." Judges were Harry Schulman Mrs. W; H. Biedennan and Harry Quandt. Mrs. H. C. Brunemeier president of the W. M. S., presented a silver medal to the winner. Mrs C. E. Baker was contest secretary The program also included a piano duet by Mrs. Brunemeier anc her daughter, Janice, a vocal duet by Arleen and Darlene Wilkinson, a song by the Mission band and a solo by Arlys Cline assisted by the band Mrs. M. S. Resor, band leader, presided. MRS. C. L. CLABAUGH HOSTESS FOR DAUGHTER Mrs. C. L. Clabaugh, 1422 Jefferson avenue northwest, entertainec at a surprise party Saturday for her daughter, Georgianna, on the occasion of her eighth birthday. Thirty boys and girls were guests and the decorations, games, prizes and favors were in keeping with St Patrick's day. A number of gifts were presented to the honoree. Y. W. C. A. Glee club-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Dnemployed Girls-7:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., spelling and dictation. Harding C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. Floyd Voiding, Mrs. Irving Elstad, lesson. Y. W. C. A. Board-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Wilson C. S. C.-8 o'clock, Mrs. G. E. Allbee, 186 Crescent drive, talk and moving picture by G. A. Dale. Social Calendar MONDAY 400 Attend Program at St. Joseph's Annual St. Patrick's Day Observance Conducted by Parish. More than 400 persons were pres- ut for the annual St. Patrick's pro;ram given Sunday evening in the it Joseph parish hall. Dr. T. A. Burke was the principal speaker, giving an account of his rip to Europe. The Very Rev. P. S. O'Connor, pastor of St. Joseph's tarish, gave a brief talk. Donald Sweeney played a group f piano selections and Dennis Cross lerformed a tap dance. Orris Herfindahl played a clarinet solo which was followed by vocal numbers by a trio including Don Kunz, Russel Herseth and Roger Downing. Fred Shaffer and Dr. R. F. Kunz ;ave a novelty number and Miss luth Buehler played a marimba number. John Senneff, Jr., acted as master of ceremonies. Following the program refreshments were served. MISS ARLENE POWELL HOSTESS AT PARTY A party honoring Miss Genevieve Wilkins on her birthday was given at the P. G. and E. auditorium by Miss Arlene Powell, 322 Beaumont drive. Bridge was played at two :ables with high score prize going to Miss Wilkins. She received a number of birthday gifts and refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Frank McCormick, athletic direc- ;or and baseball coach at the University of Minnesota, formerly was a district attorney in South Dakota. TUESDAY Haudcraft department-2 o'clock, Y. W. C, A. Matinee Muslcale-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. James E. Blythe, 431 First street southeast, guest day. Nationwide banquet-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A, business girls. Church of Christ Mission circle-7:30 o'clock, church lesson on Dr. Zoena Rothermel, India; Mrs. Helen Sheka, Mrs. Mary Domtay, hostesses. Alchor Shrine-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, initiation, election of officers, refreshments. Clio club-Mrs. H. L. Knesel, 120 Fourth street northwest, Mrs. Fred Duffield, lesson. Triple T Bridge club-8 o'clock, Mrs. Gale Bradley, 709 Washington avenue northwest M. T. T. club-8 o'clock, Mrs. Alvin Grell, 322 Pensylvania avenue southeast, Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. G. T. A. Lecture-8 o'clock, high school auditorium Dorothy Fuldheim. Roosevelt--Jackson C. S- C--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Virgil Carr, 331 Twentieth street southeast. Baptist Y. W. 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