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if SIX MASON crry GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 26 1934 LOCAL WOMAN'S CLUB DRAMATISTS BRING HOME HONORS New V. F. W. Group Gets Its Charter State President of Auxiliary Present for Meeting of Women. Officers were elected and installed and the charter of the auxiliary to Sao Juan post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars was instituted Sunday afternoon at a meeting in the V. F. W. hall. Anna Hanrahan, state president of the auxiliary, acted as installing officer and Joe Cretzmeyer, auxiliary No. 2208 of Waverly, assisted with the work. Twenty-seven women were taken into the auxiliary and it was voted to leave the charter 'open for 50 .days. Officers installed include Mrs. C. I/. Marston, president; Mrs. Harry Ditch, senior vice president; Mrs. D. McClain, junior vice president; Mrs. Gene Ploung, secretary; Mrs. L. C. Schmidt, treasurer; Mrs. Reese Henderson, chaplain; Mrs. Robert Macket, conductress; Mrs. Roy Lee, guard; Mrs. Otto Englebretson, Mrs. A. J. Feeney, Mrs. E. W. Loterbau- «r, Mrs. J. W. Beck, color bearers; Mrs. Gus Vars, .Mrs. "Bernard Fixley and Mrs. Troy Manlove, trustees; Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne, historian; Mrs. M. E. Carlson, patriotic instructor; Mrs. Howard Payne, music. Talks were given by Lowell Forbes, senior vice commander and Art Kohlman, chief of staff. A pot luck supper was served at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. Marston spoke briefly and Dr. Marston gave an address of welcome. Mrs. L. C. Schmidt sang, accompanied by Mrs. Roger Kirk. Mrs. Hanrahan, state president, addressed the group and her talk was followed by a solo by Mrs. Kirk. .John.F..Wirds of.Iowa Falls addressed the assemblage and the meeting, was concluded with a short talk by Mrs. Marston. CATHERINE CAVANAUGH HONORED AT SHOWER A group of 30 friends and neighbors gathered at the home of Mrs. Catherine Cavanaugh, 426 Quincy avenue northwest, to give a pantry shower in her honor. The time was spent informally and refreshments were served. It is possible to forgive in-laws anything except your feeling of inferiority.--Kessinger's Review. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern BOSTON CORNERS Some things are made in every state in the union but always retain their original descriptions. Not so with quilt designs. "Boston Corners" may be known as such in the New England states, but in the middle west it loses its eastern identity and becomes "pavement Blocks." In western quilt lore it is known as "Diamond Cut Diamond." American manufacturers have made it possible to fasion this block in an unusual color combination of soft red and fuschia. It is an outstanding example of an old design plus modern coloring. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 19 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or com to Quilt Department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 19. MARGIE CHBISTENSEN WEDS DONALD TOEBSON POPEJOY, March 26.--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Margie Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Christensen, to Donald Iverson, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Iverson. which took place at the Lutheran parsonage at Cedar Rapids on Jan. 20, the Rev. Mr. Gent officiating. Mrs. Iverson was graduated from the Popejoy high school and attended Ellsworth college and for five years has been engaged in rural school teaching. Mr. .Iverson was graduated from the Dows high school, lateu completed a four year course at Ellsworth college,-where he specialized in music. At present he is music instructor in the Ellsworth school. Mr. and Mrs. Iverson will make their home at Ellsworth. Uncle Tom Night Club Proprietor Burlesque Musical Comedy to Be Staged Tuesday at High School. Uncle Tom is the proprietor of a Harlem night club and Little Eva, his financial backer, in the musical comedy burlesque, "Uncle Tom's Stabbin" or "Who Killed Little Eva?" which will be presented by i - junior women's department of the Woman's club Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium. Miss Olga Moen plays the role of Little Eva and Ms Louise Leach is cast as Uncle Tom. Miss Mary Gould has the part of Simon Legree, Miss Dorothy Decker, Eliza; Miss Lillian Leedstrom, Horace Dinsmore; Miss Jean Barclay, Topsy; Miss Phyllis Propp, the coroner; Miss Gretchen Carlson, Augustus St. Clare; Miss Katherine Sheffler, Miss Ophelia St. Clare, and Miss Eleanor Hazlett, Clancy. The chorus girls are the Misses Edythe Kropman, Ramona Liesveld, Audrey Andrews, Dorothy Conlin, Harriet Jordan Robinson and Mrs. David Baldwin. Miss Dorothy Madsen has directed the dancing and Miss Marianna Sheffler, the music. The. play was written by a committee of four, Miss Irene Holman, chairman, Miss" Bee Lynch, Miss Mary Stevens and Miss Eleanor McLaughlin. Mrs. Charles Grippen is director. No advance ticket sale is being conducted for the show. The performance is open to the public. Marks Only Standard by Which Parents Can Judge Children's Work BY BROOKE PETERS CHURCH. Stephen seemed to get along very well at school. He was not at the head of the class but well above the middle, and his marks averaged between 80 and 85 on a scale of 100. It was only when he went up for his preliminary examinations for college that his parents realized his deficiencies. Stephen failed badly. 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The average boy is not.going to work harder than he has to, and ..unless he is carefully graded will slide along, quite contentedly, only: to' be srbught up sharply when a thing ike college entrance shows him his nadequacy. It is too late'then to go back and make up lost work or cure slip-shod mental habits. Even if by lard cramming he manages at last :o. enter college, the chances are ihat he will, have trouble .keeping up with the college work because of insufficient grounding. It is not fair to lay the entire burden of proof on the children in such a. case. The responsibility is partly ;he school's, and parents would do well'to see that the school understands and accepts a share of it. All the farmer needs to boss the world is a little sign of three words, 'Nothing for sale." -- Wisconsin State Journal. VICKS VORATONE a better mouth-wash at a big saving I MONDAY Y. W. C. A. Glee club-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Unemployed Girls-7:15 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., spelling and dictation. M. W. A.-8 o'clock, Eagles hall, Ladles of the Orient-8 o'clock, I. O. 0. F. hall Midland club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. 0. E. Crane, 610 Adams avenue northwest. Trinity L. D. B.-7:30 o'clock, Ruth Anderson, 512 Eighth street southeast. TUESDAY Panhellenlc association-1 o'clock, Mrs. G. E. Andrews, 115 Vermont avenue southeast. Oadalot club-1 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Mrs. L. D. Mather, hostess. High School Music Mothers-3 o'clock, Administration building-. W. B. C-Y. W. C. A. 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 Cluh 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. MANY M3NNESOTANS LICENSED TO WED NORTHWOOD, March 26.--Marriage licenses were issued during the past two weeks to Lester Nelson and Lilly Lindberg, Minneapolis; Orville E. Weed and Gladys Wab- ·schall. New Riehland, Minn.; Arthur Gentz, Northwood, Alice Dokken. Kensett; Erik Pedersen and Helen Dixon, Northwood; Anton Sundahl, Rochester, Minn., and Lydia Zemke, Red Wing, Minn.; R. H. Thompson and Irene Dahl, Albert Lea; Erick R, L. Frick and Leila E. Johnson, Minneapolis; Truman Thoen, Kensett, and Evelyn Mauretta Dahlby, Joice. Just Coming Into Bloom! EASTER LILIES We have a choice lot of marvelous Easter Lily. Plants-about 1,000 in all--and we believe they're the best we've 'had in years. The plants are strong and healthy--they're covered with buds.,We know you'll be delighted with them and will- want them in your home for Easter. But be sure you order today--we don't want you to be disappointed. PLANTS with 4 or 5 blooms or bnds--spe- cially, priced . . . $1.50 OTHERS FROM $1.00 UP PHONE 55-56 Kemble's Greenhouse GREENHOUSE OPEN EVENINGS THIS WEEK 1 Act Play Entry Wins First Place Mrs. E. E. Hunter Director of Fantasy Produced in Contest. The Mason City Woman's club drama department, covered itself with glory for another time at Iowa City Saturday when its entry, "Ten Minutes by the Clock," won the first prize in class B of community players in the annual play production contest at the University of Iowa. The Mason Cityans competed against 24 other casts. The class B community players are those who have different directors throughout the year. The class A community players act throughout the year under the supervision of one paid director. Among the cities against whom the local players competed are Cedar Rapids, Dubuque, Burlington, Davenport, Mar- shalUown and Clinton. Mrs. Hunter Director. Mrs. E. E. Hunter directed the winning play and to Mason Cityans, familiar with the high type of production for which she has been responsible here, it is no wonder that her play outranked other entries. Professor Gertrude Johnson of the University of Wisconsin who judged the plays ranked a dozen players out of the hundreds .who competed as jiving exceptional individual performances and among these she named Mrs. R. E. Romey as superior and Dr. H. .K. Jones as very good. The. cast included .Mrs. Romey, ie queen; Dr. Jones, the king; R. A. Washburn, Pom .Pom; Mrs. Charles Grippen and Mrs. Douglas 3wale, Dux and D.ox; Mrs. Draper Long, the queen's page; Don Helbing, Bitter Batter, the cook; Edwin ·lelbling, the gypsy; Gretchen Bickel, the maid. Other Winners. Eldora placed second in class B. Class A winners.were Cedar Rapids and Davenport. The costumes for the play were made, by Mrs. Grippen and carried out perfectly the idea of a fantas- Jc fairytale which the play is. Mrs. J..Curtis Amen had charge of the stage. Mason Cityans who attended the performance of "Ten Minutes by the Clock," which was the next to tie last -play to be given Saturday night, were Miss Margaret Rule, Miss Jean Lovell, Miss Peggy Senneff, Miss Mary Sherman, Miss Ruth Fisher and Mrs. M V. Bickel. Mrs. Eugene Henely of Grinnell, iresident of the. Iowa Federation of Women's clubs and Mrs. William ^arrabee, Jr., past president, were in the audience as was Professor E. !. Mabie, head of the speech department at the University of Iowa. Although the three other Mason City entries in the contest did not lace, their performances were pro- lounced creditable by all who witnessed them. The junior college gave 'Two Irooks and a Lady" and the cast and staff included Betty Fessler, Bill Sullivan, Catherine Bowling, Starr Yellana, Bob Rankin and Ruth Hille. Miss Lillian Shimmick directed the play. Miss Ruth Irons directed both the ligh school play, "The Birthday of the Infanta" and the St. John's Y. P. F. play, "El Cristo." In the high school cast were Harriet Currie, Trank Conway, Mary Jane Pauley, Charles Chenoweth, LeRoy Anderson, Truman Cadwell, Ralph Anderberg and Otto Toppenburg. . The cast .of "El Christo" com- irised Thomas Gregory, Robert 3igg, Harold Grier, Katharynne rrissel, Kathleen McCormick and iouis Kauffman. The last two plays will be given Wednesday evening at the. high school under the sponsorship of the High, School Music Mothers club. Wife Preservers a door sags so that it scrapes the floor, and the screws in the upper hinges have been tightened, remove screws from lower hinge and pack wtih a piece of cardboard sufficiently thick so that it will raise the door to clear. Two Winston Salem Women Recognized as Contract Champions NEW YORK, March 26. (IP)-Two society women of Winston- Salem, N. Car., were recognized today as world champions at contract widge. Ely Culbertson's National Bridge association announced that Mrs. Gene Hill and Mrs. George Whitaker had the best score of east- west players in the world bridge Olympic held Feb. 1. More than 150,000 players competed in 1,167 simultaneous games n 43 countries. Sixteen prearranged hands were used in competition against pars decided by leading experts. State winners also announced, included: Iowa, north-south, Mrs. Edith Leffel and Mrs. J. Henry Eik, Sioux City; east-west, Mrs. Donald Vincent and Mrs. B. B. Burnquist, Fort Dodge. _*_ MRS. HAROLD WASLEY HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Harold Wasley was honored at a surprise party given at her home in the Central apartments Saturday evening. The time was spent in playing bridge with prizes ?oing to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mc- Sinley Bender. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES DECORAH, March 26.--Marriage licenses were issued this week to Mark M. Walsh and OHlia M. Klimesh, both of St. Paul; Frank Koch and Mabel Ridmann, both of St. Paul; Claude:.Schwartz: and Ella' Holder, both of La Crosse, Wis.; Donald Nolan and Delta Johnson, both of Sparta, Wis.; Gerhart S. Blockhes and Florence H. Friederick, both of Elgin. Y Employe Married at Britt Home Miss Elsa Trulson Bride of Byron Hunsley at Ceremony. Miss Elsa Trulson, daughter o£ of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Trulson oC Britt and former member of the Y W. C. A. staff, and Byron Hunsley, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hunsley of Britt, were married Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. B. A. Rust, pastor of the Britt Baptist church, performed the ceremony before an improvised altar of white cathedral candles and pink roses. Preceding the ceremony Miss Mary Trulson, sister of the bride, sang "I Love You Truly" and after the exchange of vows, "Oh Perfect Love." Miss Dorothy Trulson played the accompaniments and the wedding march. Miss Teresa Holt, girls' work secretary at the Y. W. C. A., and Edwin Hunsley, brother of the bridgegroom, attended the couple. The'bride was attired in blue velvet and her flowers were pink roses. Following t h e ceremony Mr. Hunsley and his bride left on a wedding trip to the western part of the state and on their return they will te at- home on a farm ^3 mile south of Britt. For travel the bride is wearing a light blue suit with dark lue accessories. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hunsley are raduates of the Britt high school. Mrs. Hunsley attended Hamiltons college of commerce and has been employed at the Y. W. C. A. office for the $ast four years. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Stevenson and VIra, Irene Webster were Mason City guests at the wedding. SBIENSON-JOHNSOST DECORAH, March 26.--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ann Simenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. O. C. Simenson of Decorah, and Archie Johnson, formerly of Rochester, Minn., at Waverly, by the Rev. Mr. Schuster at the Lutheran church parsonage. The attendants were Miss Verna Newhouse and Eugene Simenson, brother of the bride. Until her marriage, Mrs. Johnson was a saleslady at the Conner-Knight department store. Mr. · Johnson is employed by the Coryell oil station of Decorah. --+-- ' : - . · · ' ; . - ; BLOtJGHrBDTINGS . ·'.;·;;: 'ALLISON, March 26.--A mar-, riage license was issued here to. Russell Homer Blough, 37, and; Elizabeth Butings, 43, both of' Waterloo. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 ^^^ I f f r t SOUBTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE/ Bits About ' Mrs. Ivan K. Prusia and daughter, Constance, Minneapolis, are guests of Mrs. Prusia's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tone, Second street northwest. - * » · Mrs. Harry M. Breeding of Des Koines is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Pauline Simon, 314 Fifth street northwest * * * Donald- J. Willson of Knoxville, 'ormerly of .Mason City, visited here Sunday. « * e Mrs. George McBride (Lucille Jagen) has arrived from Los An- eles, .qal.,.for a month's visit with rs. Frank Benson, 28 Ninth street northwest. · * » » . Mrs. C. L. Loomer, 12 Monroe avenue southwest, has returned 'rom · Marshalltown where she has een visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Pigman. * * * Miss Ann Kaufman and Dave Goldhirsch of Minneapolis we^re week-end guests at the home of Jiss Kaufman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kaufman, 312 Second street northwest. Intellgence test No. 887: Decide how good the man is before you earn how much jack he gets.--Res- slnger'a Review. Step-Out in Spring Tweeds SUITS OR COATS This Is Our Tweed Creed! We believe in them for sports wear. We believe in them for street. We believe in them wherever and whenever informality reign. We believe in them in checks, plaids, mixtures and two tones or monotones. We like them colorful, and we like them gay. In fact we have almost everything you would want in the new attractive Suits and Coats in all sizes for women and misses. Choose early. We will alter your garments and deliver them to you for Easter. But buy them early this week. "SEE YOU TOMORROW

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