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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 M 1936 KENTUCKIAN GIVES TALK ON GARDEN OF GREATEST CHARM Department at Meeting in Library Prof. John Wingert Tells of Extension Plan at I. S. C. Mrs. Maude R. Jacobs of South Carrolltown, Ky., was the speaker at the Woman's club outdoor life department meeting Tuesday afternoon in tie library. Mrs. Jacobs has been at Iowa State college the past few months and was accompanied here by Prof. Joan Wingert who spoke briefly on the plans for floricultural extension work at Iowa State college. "The garden of greatest charm is the garden which appeals to the greatest number of senses in the greatest number of persons of .whom you are fond," Mrs. Jacobs said "The garden should appeal to the sense of sight, of course. There should be much in the garden of greatest charm which appeals to the memory and associations. Memory Appeal. "Plants from a friend's garden, wild flowers, material from seed you have collected to remind you of something you have enoyed, have a place in the garden. "Is your garden planted for all the members of the family? The children who can be so trying in a. garden are forming memories which they will carry throughout their lives and it is important to have them delightful memories. Some of the most delightful memories are those of a garden. "We have been planning our gardens to be beautilul pictures, but if they are to be of great interest for a length of time, sight appeal is not enough. If the garden is to hold interest there must be animation and this is got from living creatures, water moving or skilful use of shadows. Attracting- Birds. "Birds are of greatest interest and may be attracted by water, berried plants, nesting sites and the WIFE PRESERVERS Bacon, crisped and broken into small pieces, with cream cheese, makes a delicious sandwich filling. reflections or may be ruffled by a breeze introduce animation. Shadows may be had from trees or vines. Pervading Fragrance "Something can be done about fragrance in the garden, as well as sight. There are comparatively few A r t i s t s Get Appreciation of Audience Recital by Reuter and Schmidt Concludes Series for Season.' Outstanding in the series of concerts offered by the American Artists association under the sponsor- For Youthful Figures GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY Uplift Brassiere and Brief Panties Make Attractive Set; Require Little Material; Easy to Make. ship of the High Mothers club, was plants scent. that give an all pervading Some of them are the black absence of cats, English sparrows and starlings. Goldfish are a delightful source of animation. Squirrels are delightful, but exasperatr ing. I disapprove of the butterfly which flutters so gracefully, looking for a place to lay eggs which will hatch into caterpillars and othv leaf eating pests. That beauty is too expensive. "Water in fountains, waterfalls, streams or clear surfaces which cast locust and basswood trees, the grape vine and Hall's honeysuckle, the sweet briar rose, the tube rose, hardy white phlox and sweet rocket. "The appeal to the sense of taste will make your garden of charm to children. The majority of children find charm in a garden in proportion to the variety of tastes. Strawberries, apple trees, plum trees, grapes fill this requirement. Appeals to Hearing. "The appeal to hearing is more limited, but birds, bees, water in a fountain and wind in the leaves all provide this charm. You can have all these appeals in your garden and not enjoy them if you are not conscious of them. "The final charm of a garden is the owner's personality. Every gardener makes three gardens. The first includes things a neighbor or friend gave you or you ordered from a seed catalog and in the first garden you learn plant material. Then you join a garden club and hear about design and decide that your garden is all wrong because everything is in the wrong place. In the third garden, you should express your own personality and have what you like where you like it." Following the program, tea was served at a table centered with jonquils and yellow tapers. The committee in charge included Mrs. W. G. C. Bag-ley, Mrs. W. C. Odell and Mrs. C. H. McNider. COUPLE GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSE NEW HAMPTON--Arthur W. Sargeant, 28, and Vada I. Baltzer, 19, .both of New Hampton, have been icensed to wed. School Music the recital by Rudolph Reuter, pianist, and Rein-, hold Schmidt, baritone, given Wednesday evening in the high school auditorium. Both Mr. Reuter and Mr. Schmidt are talented artists and their performance of an unusually well balanced program left little to be desired. Mr. Schmidt opened the recital with three German lieder in which he was at his best, singing "Widmung" and "Die Beiden Gren- adiere" by Schumann and "Der Lindenbaum" by Schubert, bringing to them additional beauty with his marvelous voice. Piano Selections. "Prelude and Fugue Op. 35" by Mendelssohn was Mr. Reuter's opening number, brilliantly performed, and was followed by the simple and moving chorale, "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring" by Bach. The spirited "Bourree" by Bach-St. Saens concluded the first group. Mr. Schmidt completely won his audience with his second group which included three Negro spirituals, "I Want to Be Ready" by Burleigh, "Were You There" by Manney and "Gwine to Heaven" by Wolfe. As an encore he sang "Carry Me ,Back to Old Virginny." Two Schumann numbers, "Lento from Phantasie Op. 17," a n d "Novellette" opened Mr. Reuter's second group and were followed by the charming "Norwegian Peasant March" by Grieg, which he played with unusual skill and feeling, and "Scherzo in C Sharp Minor" by Chopin. Bed Time. Story. Mr. Schmidt sang "Creation (The Rig Veda)" by Hoist, "Noctourne,' "When the .King Went Forth to War" by Koennemann and Green-Eyed Dragon," a bed "The time Smart New SUITS and COATS Swaggers Reefers Mannish EXTRA VALUES AT Suits are unquestionably the dominating fashion this spring . . . a n d you're certain to find just the type and color you want in our grand r new collection! Swaggers, flaring gaily in the back --fitted reefers and other sleek types--strictly tailored mannish styles Â·--in all the gay new plaids, checks and other refreshing Spring patterns and weaves. Prices amazingly low in this opening Spring Sale! 2650 style, color and fabric is of new Spring Suits and big range of sizes. Come in while the selection is'com- 15 South Federal Ave. story to conclude his part of the program, giving "Home on the Range" as an encore. His performance was enhanced by the playing of his accompanist, Miss Mirrian Allen. In playing his final numbers. Mr. Reuter introduced them with a brief explanation, three of them being by modern composers, "Toccata" by Debussy. "Prelude in G Major" by Rachmaninoff and "Diversion in G" by Carpenter,. Mr. Reuter remarked that contrary to the general impression, Rachman r inoff wrote, not one prelude, but 36. Two Liszt numbers, "Au Bord D'une Source" and "Legend: St. Francis Crossing the Waves," were masterfully performed and the concluding encore was "Staccato Interlude" by Rubenstein. ^, MAUSER-LUND OSAGE--Villetta Lund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lund, and Glen . Mauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. I Mauser, all of whom live in the New Haven vicinity, were married Tuesday at the Methodist parsonage here by the Rev. Frank Court. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey. The couple left on a trip to Davenport, Cedar Rapids and Waterloo to visit relatives. The bridegroom, .who has been operating- the home farm near New Haven with his father, has rented a farm l mile east and Â¥? mile south of New Haven, where they will live. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Mauser gave a family dinner party Sunday in honor of the bridal couple. MARK-RIVERS OSAGE -- Donald Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Mark and Lois Rivers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rivers, who live near Charles City, were married Tuesday at the Congregational parsonage by the Rev. Stiles Lessly. Mr. and Mrs. Lancy Lewis were the only attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Mark will make their home at Orchard. Mr. Mark, seventh and eighth grade teacher in Here's a dance set that will make the younger figure look slim and well groomed. The uplift brassiere closes at the back. Note how the brief panties snug the figure. You'll find it so economical and simple to sew, you'll want to make several sets. It's especially dainty and practical made of silk or satin crepe. Style No. 265 is designed for sizes 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 years. Size 16 requires terial. IVs yards of 39-inch ma- Send fifteen cents (15c) (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish; New Spring Fashion book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy today. Book and pattern together 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SECRETARIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday are accepted after 4 o'clock on Friday. Penny-Wise Porterhouse on Schedule Many Interesting Recipes to Be Given at Cooking School. Â· Tempting . dishes, which don't make too deep a dent in the bankroll are promised at the Globe-Gazette's cooking school, "Foods on Parade," March 17 to 21 in the high school auditorium. For instance, our eye falls on "pennywise porterhouse." Now there's a "number" which seems to be meant for many of us! We'll bet it is good, and thrifty, too. We must ask Miss Ann Kingsley if "butterscotch pie" goes with it. Seems as if it should, somehow. Easy on Pocketbook. Then there is a "red-hot crown roast" which is said to be very spe- on the pocketbook. royal dish, we are the Orchard schools, was graduated from Osage high school and Carleton college in Northfield, Minn. KICHTER-WALSH. ALGONA---The Rev. C. A. Ahmann performed the marriage of Miss Florence A. Walsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Walsh, and Mercer B. Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Richter, at Algona. Miss Philomena Quinn and Peter R. Chubb, both of Algona, attended them. They will make their home in Algona where Mr- Richter is employed as highway engineer. MINNESOTA PAIR LICENSED TO WED CRESCQ--A marriajre license was issued at Cresco for Eclmond Fraseh, 26. and Dcloris -Hilt. 21, both of Red Wing. Minn. WE DO ... COMMERCIAL WORK OF ALL KINDS R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. cial and easy "Red-hots" in promised. But perhaps you are one of those who prefer "high hat beef plate." Or is "aristocratic grill" more in your style? Here's "jiffy cake with self icing." That might come in handy to save a puzzling social situation. We know a lot of women who would like to have that recipe conveniently at hand. Try New Recipes. "Upside down ham loaf" sounds as if it might be in keeping with these times. "Old fashioned spice cake," that's something you can be sure is mighty fine. But what are "pirjocks?" Guess we'll have to go to the school to find out. The following firms are co-operating with the Globe-Gazette in making the cooking school possible: American Crystal Sugar company. Blanchard's Jewelry, Currie-Van Ness company. D. K. Lundberg company, Damon's, Inc., Herman son Bros'. Dairy. Iowa State Brand Creameries. Inc.. Iowa Tea com. pany, J. C. Puth company, Jaques Manufacturing company, (K. C. Baking Powder), John Gallagher, Inc., Kemble's Greenhouse, Klipto Loose Leaf company, Lever Brothers (Rinso, Lux, Lux Toilet Soap), Letts Spencer Smith company, L y o n s Cleaners-Launderers-Furriers, Michael Drug company, Mier Wolf and Sons, Northwest Savings bank, Omaha Flour Mills (Omar Flour), People's Gas and Electric company, Pfaff Baking company, Ralph S. Shepherd, Paints and Wallpaper, Vance Music company and The Merke] company. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES EMMETSBURG -- Marriage licenses have been issued here this week to Blanchard Jacobson. legal, and Lily Sandvig, legal, both of Graettinger, and to George A. Brobst, 20, of Graettinger and Lavinia Olesen. 19. of Emmetsburg. Jacobson operated the Iowa Coffee shop here prior to the fire last December 4n which the shop was destroyed. MASON CITYANS TO ATTEND MEETING Members of Alchor shrine No. 6, W, S. of J., will be guests of Gloria shrine No. 40, Iowa Falls on Friday evening at the regular meeting of the shrine followed by a ceremonial and social time. Reservations are being made with Mrs. H. S. Marshall, worthy high priestess, phone 426S-J. THURSDAY Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, speaker. Delta Alpha class-6:30 o'clock, Mrs James E. Blythe, 431 First street southeast. K. N. A-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall, card party, Mrs. Sid Higley, chairman. Harding P. T. A 7:30 o'clock, father's night. W. J. Brown, program. G. G. Weida, refreshments, V. F. W. auxiliary-8 o'clock, clubrooms. Gar/ield P. T. A. 7:30 o'clock, school. .FRIDAY Kill Kare Klub-Mr. and Mrs. Russell Currier Child Study Council-2:30 o'clock, Administration building board room. Baptist Gildner division-2 o'clock, Mrs. Ben Golien, 19 Second street northwest. Bebekah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlors, Mrs. Clint Jones, chairman. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, church, group 1 serving. Presbyterian Central circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. W. Beck, 128 Tenth street northwest. Martha and Mary circle-Mrs. Harry Lunning. A. P. M.-I. 0. O. F. hall. Harmony Guild-Mrs. H. W. Conover, Mrs. Harriet Michael, Mrs. 0. A. Merkel, Mrs. F. B. Shaffer, hostesses; Mrs. F. C- Lovell, devotions elhlehem Walther league-P. G. and E. auditorium, Fred, Alec and Henry Eichman serving. Daughters ol Union' Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock, Moose hall. HERMANSON EMPLOYES MEET FOR PARTY Hermanson employers and em- ployes met for a 6:30 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening at the P. E. auditorium. Henry Raun and his Little German band furnished entertainment and during he evening 500 was played with Tizes going to Mrs. Alfred Gerard and Joe Cross, high, and Mr. and Irs. Lee Roberts, low. Th c committee in charge included Mr. and "Irs. Ted Leaman. Mr. and Mrs. !uck Sawyer and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mettcott. TWO COUPLES MARRIED BY GARNER PASTOR GARNER--Edward Schultz, 21, and Doris Hoeft, 18, both of Forest City, were married at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. T. Ernest Hoon. Witnesses were Alvin S. Klipping and Miss Elizabeth Bergen of Forest City. The couple will live on a farm near Forest City. Miss LaVonne Morris and DeWitt Sarber, both of Belmond. were married by Mr. Hoon. Witnesses were Harley H. Hemm and Miss Frances Trees, both of Belmond. The couple will live on a farm near Belmond. SIRS. \V. A. CARTER SEES BLUEBIRDS Bluebirds are being seen by many persons these days and the latest report on the migrants comes from Mrs. W. A. Carter. 211 Fourteenth street southeast, who counted five blue birds in her yardj Wednesday morning. In the afternoon they were back again witha. nother recruit for spring--a robin. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NORTHWOOD -- Marriage licenses were issued the past week :o Kenneth Leslie Halley, Mason City, and Fleeta Iroene Lockwood Porter, Clear Lake; W. W. Spear and Marie C. Hahn. both of Minneapolis: Donald Apitz, Hancock, Minn., and Margaret McCarthy. Minneapolis; Antonio Medina and Mary Oris. both of Manly; Albert K. Poole and Luella C. Nelson, both I of Albert Lea. R. R. Oulman Gives Talk at M a d i s o n Second Grade Pupils Presen Play at Meeting of P. T. A. R. R. Oulman of the Mason Cit police force was the speaker at th Madison P. T. A. meeting Wednes day afternoon at the school and ii his talk stated that boy's clubs anc organizations were of great benefi in preventing delinquency. "A: juvenile delinquents need to be kep under supervision," he said. Assembly singing was led by Mis Effie Turner, with Miss Martha Sours as accompanist. Howard Kit tleson sang "Roll Along Prairii Moon" and "Ecnie Meenie Meim Mo," accompanied by Mrs. Vern Shinn. An ensemble including James Rarick, Alice, David anc William Broers played "Bohemian Polka," "Lamplighting Time in the Valley" and "Tavern in the Town. 1 Second grade pupils, directed bj Miss Alice Campbell, presented a play, "We Like Windmills." In the cast were Beverly Leath as Gretal Roger Bloxham, Kans; lona Bailey Sue; Donald Ulen, Billy; Howan Kittleson, the wind; Gerald Stubbs sailboat; Ruby Van Wey, Carl Roll and Jean Jorgenson three wind mills. Taking the part of Dutch children were Richard Lowe, June Farrer Vivian Cory, Gladys Lowe, Rolant Juhlin, Dewey Harris, Shirley Jones Evelyn Walkner, Rose Marie Rettinghouse, Roy Hugo, Helen Sable Dean Meyer, George Davis, Dary] Burgess, Robert McDerrnott, Terold Tilton, Allie Kunzman, Johnnie Springer, Morris Billings and Cletis Luce.. During the business session it was voted to send the president, Mrs. oiaf Ulen, to the P. T. A. convention at Fort Dodge and to send a boy and a girl to summer camp. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Charles Ven Wey, Mrs. Walter Billings, Mrs. Earl Rettinghouse, Mrs. C. L. Roth, Mrs. Dewey Harris, Mrs. M. Bailey and Mrs. Oscar Juhlin. High School Artists Must Finish Entries in Contest at U Soon IOWA CITY--High school artists now have less than a month in which to finish their entries for the University of Iowa's annual art exhibition.. Miss Edna Patzig, manager of the affair, has. announced that all entries must reach Iowa City by April 8. After the judging, when the works are rated, they will be exhibited between April 17 and 27. In the 1936 contest, there are six classes of entry--drawing, painting, design, civic art, lettering and design, and composition. More than 400 entries were judged last year. Â·Art teachers and supervisors, as well as popils who have works in the exhibit, will attend the conference of April 17 and 18. GRONNTGA-HINDERS DUMONT--Miss Anna Hinders daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hinders of near Greene, and Alber'l Gronniga, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gronniga of near Aredale, have announced their marriage which took place Dec. 24, at Hartley. They were married by the Rev. Mr. Ellsworth pastor of the Methodist church, at the parsonage. Mrs. Gronniga is teaching the rural school in Madison township No. 1, southeast of here. They will reside at Waterloo after the close of school where Mr. Gronniga is employed by John Deere company. Circle Is Entertained. NORA SPRINGS--The Calendar circle of the Methodist church was entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. W. F. Miner, Mrs. J. W. Wyatt. Mrs. Thomas Treloar, Mrs. John Treloar, Mrs. Minnie Benedict and Mrs. Jesse Miller, with a program ih charge of the serving- committee. 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Van Ness, 318 Carolina avenue southeast, was expected to return Thursday from Dixon, 111., where she gave a harp concert Wednesday evening. * * * Miss Lucile Sweet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sweet, 1016 Third street southwest, a student at Rockford college, Rockford, 111., was elected to membership in Socratic honor society (scholastic) when the college celebrated its 89th charter day. K. B. AUXILIARY^ Â·MEETS FOR DINNER The birthday of Katherine Boeye, for whom the K. -B. auxiliary is lamed, was celebrated, along with the birthdays of a charter member of the auxiliary and an officer at :he meeting Wednesday evening at the Park Inn. Dinner was served and a feature of the meal was a birthday cake. Following dinner, the members went to the home of Miss Alice Furleigh, Delaware apart- nents, where the time was spent nformally. Nova Buutin and Mabel Cottingham were in charge of ar- ~angements. Betty Boyle Is Bride at Yuma, Arizona Service Announcements have been received here of the marriage of Miss Betty Boyle, daughter of Mrs. R. E. Boyle of Los Angeles, Gal., formerly of Mason City, to Robert Ames of Burlingame, Cal. The ceremony took place Saturday, Feb. 8 at Yuma, Ariz. Mrs. Boyle accompanied the couple there lor the event. Following a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Ames are at home in Burlingame. The bride is a graduate of the Mason City high school, and attended Rockford College for Women. Rockford. 111., GrinneJl college and the State university of Iowa. *;. LEE SCHIAGEB NASHUA--Miss Eunice Schiager of Canton, S. Dak., and Milo Lee of Inwood.were married Sunday at the Little Brown church, by the Rev, William Kent. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY NKCHASE TOPCOAT and SUIT Boxy swagger coat over a lightweight tailored suit to make the ideal wardrobe suit. 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