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six MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 24 1934 PRE-EASTER LULL IN ACTIVITIES OF LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS Friendship World Tour to Far East General Federation of Women's Clubs to Sponsor Second Trip. WASHINGTON, March 24.--The General Federation of Women's clubs will sponsor its second world friendship tour during the coming summer, the itinerary Including the West Indies, Panama canal, California, Honolulu, Japan, China and the Philippines. The party will sail from New York June 21 and return to Seattle Sept. 4 and will be personally conducted by the president of the General Federation, Mrs. Grace Morrison Poole, world traveler end lecturer extraordinary. , "The success of the first world friendship tour to Europe in 1933 has encouraged the General Federation to propose this second tour," said Mrs. Poole. "We have heard for years of our European clubs-- Â·what they are doing in the countries in which they now find themselves; tut we have failed to realize that in the far east we have clubs just as closely linked to us IB oneness of purpose as those to the west. So we believe that the intimate intercourse with our clubwomen throughout the world is one of the best pieces of international relations work we can do at the present time." As was the case in the European .trip, the 25 clubs in the several countries to be visited will be called upon, and a round of receptions, dinners, luncheons and other entertainments will be given. The visiting' clubwomen will also be received at the American embassies and legations. Travel talks will be given enroute by Mrs. Poole and opportunity will be given for sightseeing, for visits to points of historic interest and shopping. As the party visiting Europe last summer had the distinction of being the largest of the season, it is expected that the one this year will attract a large number of clubwomen and their families and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chambers of Storm Lake, formerly of Mason City, were expected to arrive Saturday for a week-end visit. HOLLYWOOD ART S C H O O L OF .Arranged through the courtc- sy of MAX FACTOR, Hollywood's make-up genius, we announce a new and unique beauty service. Personal instruction in the tree art of make-ap, as practiced by famous celebrities of the screen, by a it AX FACTOR. make-up artist. "if. How to rouje a round fact Â·if. How to rouse thin fÂ»cÂ« if. How to make up imill tyei if. How ioconcttl high cheekbones ^c.How io conceal hollow chetki "if. Choosing correct colon in : make-up You arelnvitcd to attend and learn.the art principles of make-up as developed by MAX FACTOR during twenty-odd years of intimate association withmotion picture stars and studios. * Special En^agemttit WEEK OP MARCH 26 Max Factor Malie-UP Artut Free : An Art and Color Makt-Up Analysis and your personal Color Harmony Chart... no obligation. Max Faacr Mait-UP Stnm Dipt Mum Flnr Student-Parent Croup Begunby Tama Indians TAMA, March 24. (#:--Indians on the Tama reservation have formed a Student-Parents association, similar to the conventional parent- teacher organizations, in an effort to co-operate with the teachers of their children. It is the first time in tne history of the Mesquakie tribe here that such a forward step has been taken by Indian parents in connection with the training of their children. The organization will have officers and a. special committee to represent the parents of Indian children attending the Montour public school in, all matters pertaining to their interests. Thirty parents, whose children attend Montour school have already joined the group. A committee met with the Montour board of education and was assured of its co-operation. It is expected that approval will be given by the office of Indian affairs at Washington. Auxiliary to V.F.W. to Install Officers at Meeting Sunday Anna Hanrahan of Davenport, department president of the Iowa auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, is expected to be in Mason City Sunday to have charge of the meeting of the local auxiliary Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall. There will be installation of officers and instituting of the charter at the meeting. A program will follow the ceremonies and a pot luck supper will be served at 6 o'clock. Members of the San Juan post have been invited. Â· A. Â¥. R. CLUB MEETS AT HABENSTEIN HOME A. Y. R. club met at the home of Mrs. Ben Harenstein, 1514 Wa.sh- ington avenue northwest. The time was spent in playing 500 and a lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Bits About 'Em Miss Ann Duffield, a student at Monticello. academy at Godfrey, HI., is spending her Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duffield, 303 Second street southeast * . * * :' . Mr and Mrs. C. E. Dominy, 118 Delaware avenue northeast, will leave the first of the week for Cen- tervflle where Mr. Dominy has been transfered by the Swift Produce company. * * * Miss Eleanor Irons arrived Sat- urdey from Minneapolis to spend a week's vacation from the University of Minnesota with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Irons, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. * * * Mrs. John Senneff, Jr., 215 Second street southeast, and Mrs. A. H, Kohl, 807 Washington avenue northwest, left Friday for Iowa City to spend the week-end and be present at the initiation ceremonies of Pi Seta Phi sorority when Miss Peggy Senneff and Miss Jean Lovell are ;aken into the organization. * * * Stanley Willson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Willson, 119 Connecticut avenue northeast, has arrived from' Minneapolis where he attends the University of Minnesota to spend ais spring vacation with his parents. * # * Walter Schriver, 505 Washington avenue southwest, is spending the week in Dubuque. IN WOMAN'S CLUB MUSICAL COMEDY MISS DOROTHY DECKER MISS LOUISE LEACH MISS OLGA MOEN MISS PHYLLIS PROPP Irene Hicks Bride of Richard Reckner at Lutheran Service ELMA, March 24,--Miss Irene Hicks became the bride of Richard Reckner at the Lutheran parsonage near Rkeville. Both are of Elma. They were attended by the bride's sister, Miss Myrtle Niedert, Mason City, and Alfred Reckner, Elma, a Wbrother of the bridegroom. Immediately following the ceremony the bridal party went to the home of the bride's parents, Mr. j add Mrs. Henry Niedert, where a ( two course dinner was served to 36 | guests. The bride's colors of yellow and white were carried out in the decorations. The dinner was served by relatives of the bridal couple, Harold Hartwig, State Center, Dorothy Niedert, Kenneth Kapka, Howard Niedert and Robert Blink. They will make their home on a farm near Elma. Members of the junior womens' department of the Woman's club will present an original musical comedy burlesque of "Uncle Tom's Stabbin' " or."Who Killed Little Eva?" Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium. The pictures show members of the cast including Miss Mary Gould, who will take the part of Simon Legree. Miss Louise Leach has been cast as Uncle Tom, Miss Dorothy Decker, Eliza; Miss Olga Moen, Little Eva, and Miss Phyllis Propp, the coroner. The setting of the play will be a Harlem night club on New Year's eve and dance numbers and solos will be features of the performance. The play was written, directed and is being staged by members of the. department. WEEK'S SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY Who Killed Little Eva? SEE "Uncle Tom's Stabbin'" Original Musical Comedy Burlesque JUNIOR WOMEN OF WOMAN'S CLUB March 27 High School Auditorium 10 CENTS U. G. L. club- Mrs. Lowell Forbes, Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, hostesses, Mrs. C. J. Kaufmann, Mrs. B. B. Bagley, hostesses. Chaataaaua club--Â· Mrs. W. J. Pagenhart, 106 Tenth street northwest, current events, Mrs. F. A. Miller, Mrs. Wayne Sharpe. " Twentieth Century club-Mrs. Car! A. Parker, 130 Fifth street northwest, current events. Mrs. J. E. McDonald; lesson, Mrs. W. J. Holahan. Y. W. C. A. Glee club-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Unemployed Girls-- of Abundance," Curtis Yelland. Oweso club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. L. C. Schmidt, 118 Rhode Island avenue southeast. Shamrock club-2 o'clock, Mrs. R. E. Determan, oil Ninth streat southeast. Central Lutheran Guild-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Edwin Beneke, Mrs. M. E. Carlson, Mrs. C. V. Diets, hostesses. Social Ho-jr c!uh-- Mrs. W. H. Davidson. Tabernacle-2:30 o'clock, St. Joseph's parish hall, Mrs. J. J. Boyle, Mrs. F. J. Murphy. 7:15 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., spelling Drama Study group-and dictation. M. W. A.-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. Indies of the Orient-8 o'clock, I. O. 0. F. hall. Midland club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. O. E. Crane, 610 Adams avenue northwest. | Trinity L. D. R.-- Leo J. Wegman Guest of Local Democrats at Dinner at Eadmar Leo J. Wegman, state treasurer, was honored at a dinner given Fri- ray evening at the Eadmar hotel by a group of democrats. Mr. Wegman was on his way from Waterloo to Rockwell where he delivered an address Friday evening before the Jeffersonian association at its organization meeting. There were 30 present at the dinner at the Eadmar and Mr. Wegman gave a brief talk. MYHON HASKIN GUEST OF HONOR AT PARTY Myron Haskin was honored at a surprise party given on his sixtieth birthday by Mrs. Haskin and his children at Garner at the home of his father, Edward Haskin, who is S9 years old. In the party were Mr. ! and Mrs. E. M. Ferleman and fam- | ily and Harlan Proctor, Mason City; I Mrs. Webb Haskin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilson, Beulah Haskin, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner, all of Garner. The time was spent in listening to the elder Mr. Haskin | tell of his experiences in earlier 2:30 o'clock. Y. W. C. A., old and j y ear s- Refreshments were served, modern tragedies. "*" McKinley P. T. A.-- MKS. SPILLMAN HONOR 2:30 o'clock, school. Phoenician club-- | 7:30~ o'clock, Ruth Anderson, 512 j j ef f crson 7 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom, Miss Helen Abel, hostess, book review, Mrs. R. E. Romey. Is Remembered Long After Price Is Forgotten ASK FOR IOWA STATE BRAND--BUTTER very finest quality CORN COUNTRY--BUTTER next best--for a little less Eighth street southeast. TUESDAY Panheilenic association-1 o'clock, Mrs. G. E. Andrews, 115 Vermont avenue southeast. Gadalot club-1 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Mrs. L. D. llather, hostess. High School Music Mothers-3 o'clock, Administration building. W. E. C.-Y. W. C. A. j T. N. T. club-- ! 6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Milwaukee Women's club-- | Clubrooms, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. H. V. MacGregor. "Christ and Suffering Humanity." violin music by Evelyn Cheesman. Woman's Club Musical comedy-8:15 o'clock, high school auditorium, "Uncle Tom's Stabbin!" Women's Catholic Order of Foresters-- 8 o'clock, Holy Family school, election of officers. WEDNESDAY | Liteature department--- j 1 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., "Economy I S. C.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. W. Lewis, 32 Kentucky avanue southeast. Mrs. J. W. McMillan, Â·Â·"Emotional Adjustment." U. B. Bridge club-8 o'clock. Mrs. A. E. Smith, 30 Vs Second street northeast. I. O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. THURSDAY Sans Souci club-1 o'cock, Mrs. Artemas Brown, 225 Ninth street northwest. Delphian society-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., "German Opera," Mrs. Victor Nelson. Olivet Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock. Mrs. A. C. Hanson, Mrs. William Huckins, host-esses. Central Child Study circle-Mrs. R. H. Sperry, 221 Second street northwest, "Emotional Adjustment," Mrs. Vinnie Christianson. Grace Evangelical W. M. S 2 o'clock, Mrs. H. C. Brunemeier, 1412 Adams avenue .northwest. Tusalnta club-6:15 o'clocik, Y. W. C. A. GUEST ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Catherine Spillman was honored at a party given by her sons on the occasion of her eighty-first birthday at the home of Miss Mary Carney, 217 Eighth street southeast. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Spillman and family, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Spillman and daughter, Margaret, Dougherty; Mr. and Mrs. J. Evanson and family of Joice. .A feature of the party was a birthday cake with SI candles. MK. AND MRS. THOMAS GIVE SURPRISE PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Thomas gave a surprise party at their home, S12 Third street southwest, on the occasion of the eighteenth birthday of their daughter. Hazel Mae. There were 20 guests present, including Y. P. M. S. members from Mason City and Plymouth. Easter decorations were used and refreshments were served at the close of the evening. A number of gifts were presented to the honoree. St. Ritas Vote to Be Division of Ladies Aid Newly elected officers of the St. Rita society are Miss Bee Lynch, president, Miss Kathleen Glass, vice president. Miss Dorothy von Berg, secretary, and Miss Irma Kolda, treasurer. The election was held at the annual dimmer meeting of the society at the Eadmar hotel when the group voted to affiliate with the Holy Family Ladies aid as a division of that organization. Retiring officers are Miss Cleo G o r m a n , president, Mrs. John Dougherty, vice president; and Mrs. Joseph Skram, secretary-treasurer. The program included vocal selections by Jack Welsh, accompanied by Miss Mary Margaret McLaughlin, and a brief talk by the Rev. R. P. Murphy, pastor of Holy Family church. Names Have Influence on Life of Children; So Choose Carefully By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH Mrs. Chase did not like her Christian name and had always felt it a trial to have to bear it. She had complained of it so persistently that everyone avoided using it and called her by some variant of it instead. Having no daughter, -the question of perpetuating the name never arose until she began to be a grandmother, and then troubles began. Her daughters-in-law, who had heard Mrs. Chase's diatribes against her name, took it for granted she would not wish to hand it on and were therefore amazed when they found how strong her desire was to have a grandchild named for her. It did not seem quite kind or fair to the baby, however, to wish on it a name which had for so long been a trial to its grandmother, and so a compromise was eventually made, much to the old lady's disgust. Names have far more of an influence on a child's life than one might think and should be carefully pondered before being bestowed on a helpless baby. It is, of course, possible to change a name, but before the time comes when a child is ready to do this, his life may already have been made a burden by the teasing of his companions. That a name is part of the family tradition, or borne by parents or grandparents, is not a valid reason for passing '.it. on. Some names' would be far better forgotten, as,' for example, some of the extraordinary Puritan names or original compositions which at one time or another have been woven out of some fertile imagination; Names are nearly as hard and fast as inheritance as are physical characteristics, but whereas the parents cannot control the color of eyes and hair, they have it in their power to alleviate the heritage of names. Department Prepares to Give Comedy Musical Burlesque of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Tuesday at High School. The week before Easter finds a. lull in social events with many plans being; made for post-Lenten activities. The junior women's department of the Woman's club will present an original musical comedy burlesque, "Uncle Tom's Stabbin'" or "Who Killed Little Eva?" Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium. The cast includes Miss Katherine Sheffler, Miss Lillian Leedstrom, Miss Gretchen Carlson, Miss Olga Moen, Miss Dorothy Decker, Miss Phyllis Propp, Miss Louise Leach, Miss Mary Gould, Miss Eleanor Hazlett and Miss Jean Barclay. In the chorus will be Mrs. David Baldwin, Mrs. Harriet Jordan Robinson, Miss Edythe Kropman, Miss Ramona Liesveld, Miss Audrey Andrews and Miss Dorothy Conlin. Department Meetings. The literature department of the Woman's club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Y. W. C. A. for a review by Curtis Yelland of Stuart Chase's new book, "The Economy of Abundance." The drama study .group has a. meeting scheduled for 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W C. A. with old and modern tragedies the subjects for discussion. Panhellenic association will meet Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. G. E. Andrews, 115 Vermont avenue southeast, with Mrs. C. E. Dakin, Mrs. C. M. Franchere, Miss Helen Albertus and Mrs. R. E. Romey on the committee. Plans for the benefit bridge to be given following Easter will be discussed. Delphians End Study. The Mason City Delphian society is concluding its six years' course of study this season, with two lessons left to complete, at the meeting Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Victor Nelson will discuss "German Opera." The High School Music mothers will sponsor the presentation of two one act plays Wednesday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium. The plays which were given in the state play production contest at Iowa City this week are "El Cristo," done by a cast from the Y. P. P. of St John's church, and "The Birthday of the Infanta," with a high school cast, both under Â·the direction of Miss Ruth.lrors/ '!Â· HI-TKI CLUB PLANS FOR LENTEN SUPPER Hi-Tri members will meet for a Lenten supper Monday evening at 6 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. James E. Blythe as speaker. Maysel Oulman will give a reading and Jean Barclay is arranging special music. Tickets are being sold by members of the Hi-Tri council. FRIDAY Daughters of Veterans-8 o'clock, P. G. E. Easter program. ' Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Save Your 2% Tax By Buying Before April 1 What incident in American History is represented by this cartoon ? ANSWER TO LAST WEEK'S CARTOON Passing the "Beer Bill," March 1933. The Special Session of Congress called by President F; D. Koosevelt passed a bill legalizing 3.2% beer. Stamp out high prices for ladies', misses' and juniors' ready- to-wear, lingerie, hosiery and millinery. Buy here where you are assured of "De Kaye" quality, style, and FAIR PRICES I A visit to our conveniently located store will convince you that LUNDBERG'S is Mason City's fashion center! $10.95 and up $ 7.95 and up $ 4.95 and up SUITS as low as COATS as low as DRESSES as low as SEE YOU TOMORROW (MONDAY)'