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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 8, 1937
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE,-FEBRUARY 8 · 1937 DEPARTMENTAL MEETINGS PLANNED BY WOMAN'S GLUB Handicraft Group Gets Extra Time Current Events Department : to Hear Talk by Mrs. Remington. Departmental meetings have teen planned by two of the Woman's club's divisions, the handicraft and current events departments. " Additional opportunity to finish craft projects is being given to members of the handicraft department who will have an extra meeting Tuesday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The Jast handicraft department will be Tuesday, Feb. 16. . .Mrs. W. W. Remingion conies from Minneapolis Wednesday afternoon to address the current events department at 2 o'clock at the Y. W.'C. A. on current problems. Topics to be discussed include "Labor vs. Capital," "Public or Private Control . of Utilities," "Constitutional Change by Indirection," and "Neutrality--Mandatory or Discretional." MRS. A. J. MITCHELL HONORED AT PARTY j Mrs. A. J. Mitchell was honored 3 at a farewell party given at the 1 home of Mrs. Andrew Matzen. The ] time .was spent informally and ] Mrs. Gladys Bisbee presented Mrs. Mitchell a gift from the P. T. A. A gilt was also sent to Mr. Milchell who has been ill for the past year. MB. -and Mrs. Mitchell and Monnie Mitchell, will move from their farm home to Maspn City March 1. COMPLETE Thorough eye examinations should be a yearly habit. Smith Optical Co: 21 .EAST STATE' State Federation of Music Clubs to Convene March 19 CEDAR FALLS, (fP)--The an nual convention of Iowa Federated music clubs will be Marcl 19 at Iowa State Teachers college here. At least 200 music followers o£ the state are expectec to attend. A feature will be the Iowa composers' contest. 0. E. sTHas Instruction for Chapter Mrs. A. R. Lenz in Charge of School Held at Temple. Mrs. A. H. Lenz, district instructor, conducted a school of instruction Saturday afternoon in the Masonic temple for the officers and members of Unity chapter, No. 58, O. E. S, Mrs. C. G. Maudsley sang "The City -Four Square," accompanied by Mrs. R. J. Hughes, for the draping of the altar ceremony. MI'S. · Lenz complimented the worthy matron and her officers for their proficiency and stated that this school made 100 schools that she had conducted during her years as instructor and credited this school as being the best. A number of out of town guests were in attendance. Two hundred were present at the 6:30 o'clock dinner, with Mrs. H. E. Kennedy as chairman. One candidate was nitiated at the special meeting yhich followed, with Miss Lillian Shimmick, worthy matron, presiding. Mrs. Lenz gave an address on the work of the order and spoke o£ her visit to Boone during the dedication of the addition to the Eastern Star Masonic home, describing the room recently furnished by Unity chapter. Guests presented at the evening meeting included ' Mrs. C. H. Dvyelle, Northwood, a past grand officer of the,O. E. S., and worthy matrons, Mrs. Harry Freeman, Clear Lake; Mrs. Inez Johnson, Manly, and Miss Florence Hotchkin of Sumner. Past patrons included the Rev. B. W. Riner, Clear Lake, and C. H. Dweile of Northwood. The group meeting will be held at Mason City on May 25 in charge- of Mrs. Lenz assisted by the 21 chapters in her district. Moen-Brown Vows Spoken in D e t r o i t Couple to Make Home ii Mason City After Short Trip. At the chapel of North Woodward Congregational church in Detroit, Mich., Miss Pauline Brown of Chariton, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. William Harold Minaker o 2715 · Rochester street, Detroit Mich., became the bride of Join Nicolai Moen, son of Mr. anc Mrs. M. M. Moen, 603 Adams avenue northwest, Monday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Members of the immediate families of the couple were presen for| the ceremony which was performed by the Rev. Mr. Meyers Dr. and Mrs. David O. Holman o Nora Springs attended them. The bride wore a chartreuse colored gown of albatross material a black baku straw hat with a vei and black accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. Mrs. Holman who also wore a gardenia corsage was attired in green crepe will matching accessories. Dinner was served in the Balloon room of the Fort Shelby hotel following the ceremony. Covers were laid for 10 guests at a table centered with a wedding cake and decorated with pink roses and white tapers at either id. After a short trip, Mr. Moen and tu's bride will be at home at 22G Taylor avenue northwest. Mason Dity. He is a graduate of Mason City high school and Iowa State college at Ames and is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. The bride 's a graduate oC Iowa Slate Teachers college .and has been teaching n Chariton. · Mrs. M. M. Moen, mother of the bridegroom, who attended the ceremony, will go on from Detroit :o Birmingham, Ala., to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hamilton. --o-- i MILLER-GARBES CLARKSVILLE -- Miss Rosa Wary Garbes, daughter of Mr. and Urs. Will Garbes of the Pleasant /alley settlement, and Lloyd Ra- eigh of Miller, son of Mr. and VIrs. Ira Miller of Waverly, 'were married at the farm home of the jride's parents, Feb. 4, by the Svangelieal pastor of the Pleasant /alley church, the Rev. Mr. Kiel- orn. The attendants were Mr. and Wrs. Lawrence Wefel. A wedding upper was served after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will eside in Waverly, vyhere Mr. Miler has work. LIGHT METER Measures Rick-Rack For Trimming GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Attractive Frock With Flared Skirt .and Trimly Fitted Waistline Inspired by Dalmatia. The inspiration for this attractive home frock came right from Dalmatia. The panel front gives it such a slim line. It will make you seem tali and slender. The sleeves "puff up" and there's a big swing to the flared shirt. You can "pull in" as much as you please with the lied sash across the back. The young housewife will adore this girlish dress in a clear bright checked yellow gingham with orange ric rac braid. A pert orange grosgrain ribbon bow accents the shirt collar. Plain blue cotton with bright red or navy blue ric rac is another .scheme you'll like for this peasant dress. Tremendously smart, too, are the Tyrolean cotton prints and dotted percales in gay coloring. You'll make it in a couple of hours with the step by step picture dress-making guide included in the pattern. Style No. 3441 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42-inches bust. Size 36 requires 3% yards of 39- inch material with SVi yards of braid. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin is preferred) - for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents per copy. You will find it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring outfit, and your early summer cottons. You have only to study · yourself and take your choice, for there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the Do not send to Mason Cily hut new models. Book casts 10 cents, address Globe-Gazette Pattern Preparation Being Made for Wedding Friends Chosen to Assist at Nuptial Event Saturday. A . number of friends of Miss Ruth Irons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Irons, 124 Fourth street northwest, have been invited to assist at her wedding and the reception which will follow when she becomes the bride of Ernest A. Hayes of Mount Pleasant Saturday evening. Assisting with the wedding and processional at St. John's Episcopal church will be Mrs. B. Raymond Weston. Miss Tommy D. Priest, Miss F r a n c e s Forster, Miss Helen Fullerton, Miss Mury Snook, Miss Thaycr Randall, Miss Dorothy GHz, the Misses Lucille W I F E . PRESERVERS Mrs. Storey of Glens Falls, N. Y., suggests sprinkling chopped nuts over fruit and vegetable salads. - r Dean Schooler of DCS and Mrs. Julia Shipley Send for it today. Book and pat- Department, 160 tern together 25 cents. · New York City. Fifth avenue Social Calendar MONDAY Ugo Igo ulub-- 6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ralph Joynt 721 Jersey avenue southeast. . A. U. W.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Eleanor Hazlett, 111 Ninth street northeast lesson, Mrs. Edith Naylor, Mrs L. T. Oldham. ' Beta Sigma Phi-- . 7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. HI. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Memorial association-8 o'clock, courthouse. Elks Bridge club-8 o'clock, clubrooms. Presbyterian Evening circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Claude Thomas, 930 .Monroe avenue northwest. BITS ABOUT 'EM FOR YOURSELF ® You dont have to take anybody's word' for it. You don't have to guess. You can now see for yourself that I. E, S. Better Sight Lamps give you ample light for safe seeing. You will see this with the Light Meter... a marvelous new instrument that measures light as simply as a thermometer measures temperature It tells you quickly and plainly that I. E. S. Lamps give you several times as. much useful light as ordinary lamps. Seeing is believing. .. and you will believe when you compare with the Light Meter the amounts of light given by ordinary lamps and the beautiful new I. E. S. Better Sight Lamps. See for yourself the variety of attractive shade materials and base designs . . . the charming styles of these new I. E. S. Lamps. See for yourself the safeguards built into every lamp bearing the distinctive I. E. S. Certification Tag. See for yourself that I.E.S. Lamps give the abundant, glareless light you need for ample eyesight protection.' PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTBIC COMEW Mrs. M. C. Lawson and daug]: er, Jean, 104 River Heights drive, eturned Sunday from Minneapo- is where Miss Lawson has been n the; hospital for the past monlh suffering from flu and pneumonia. Miss. Lawson is much improved, but will not return this 1 term to .he University of Minnesota where she is a student. * * * Mrs. George E. Powell, 322 Beaumont drive, has returned "rom Washington, D. C., where she 'isited for two months with heir daughters, Arlene Powell, and Mrs. L. J, Cheatham, formerly Madalynne Powell. Miss Powell is employed by the government in the commerce in the navy and marines department. Mrs. Powell attended the National Motor Boat show in New York and attended the inauguration of President Roosevelt in Washington. * * ^ Miss Eleanor Wilco.v who is a teacher in the j u n i o r high school at Greene spent the week-end with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs..Earl Smith, 27 Sixth street northwest. * + 4 Miss Mary Winslow of Cedar Rapids visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Irons, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, over tlie week-end. a « s Thomas Boe Speaker .eague's Meeting C e n t r a l Luther league met Sunday evening at the church with the Rev. Thomas Boe, associate pastor of the Trinity Lutheran chuvch as speaker. Mr. Boe used as his text, "If 1 be lifted up, I will draw men unto Me." He stated that Lent associates Christ and the cross together and that Christ's death inspired men. "Without Christ and the cross, we would not be able to have and enjoy our churches today," he said. Afteu Mr. Boe's talk, Richard Zarling played "Rustle of Spring" by Binding. --o-PARTY IS GIVEN FOR ABIV YUflOUSE Amy Yuhouse was honored at a party given at the home o£ Mrs. A. N. Wagner, 533 Eighteenth street southeast. The 30 guests went on a bob-sled ride and then returned to the Wagner home where games were played and refreshments were served. Dorothy SchmiU acted as hostesses. a t L TUESDAY Madison Executive Board-2 o'clock, school. Madison Community Center-,,T 7:I ^ °' clccl *- school, program. Wa-Tan-Ye club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, E. W. Clark, speaker. Handicraft department-1 to 5 o'clock, Y.-W. C. A Tu-Spot club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, Mrs. Vernon Slilwell, hostess. Busy Bee Mission band-7 o'clock, Earl and Merle Brewer, 1604 Worth Federal avenue. Baptist Y. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. C. SUllivan, avenue 1307 Pennsylvania southeast, Clio club-7:45 o'clock, Miss Cora Sundell, 49 Crescent drive, Mrs. Bert Brett, leader. St. James Friendship society-8 o'clock, church parlors, Valentine parly, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. L. Pear- snn, serving. C. D. of A.-8 o'clock, Moose hall, benefit card parly. Holy Family Ladies aid-2 o'clock, school, division 1 in charge. McKinlcy C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, lesson on 'Family, Safety and the Community," Mrs. N. T. DeWitt Baptist Booster class-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Hadassah chapter-B o'clock, Y. M. C. A.. Youth Aliyah movies. --o-- HUTCIIINS-DALZIEL ALGONA--Miss Irene Dalziel, daughter of Mrs. E. W. Lusby and Eugene H. Hutchins, son of Mr nnd Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, all of Algona, were married Sunday at the home of the bride with the Rev. George C. Vance, pastor of the Congregational church, officiating. Marguerite Dalziel, sister of the bride, and Donald Hutchins, brother of the bridegroom, attended them. They lefc on a short wedding trip and will be at home m Algona where Mr. Hutchins is associated with his father in the Federal Land Bank Loan offices here. and Louise Pierce, Dean S. L. Rugland and Volney Hanson. Al Bride's Table. Mrs. Potts will preside at the bride's table at the reception at the Hotel Hanford. Mrs. Vern Tallman ol Creston and Mrs. R. B. Irons will preside at the bridegroom's table. In a group chosen to serve the bridal party will be the Misses Kathryn Kohl, Margaret Rule, Irene Holman, Eleanor McLaughlin, Barbara Clough, Mary Jane Pauley, Elene Boomhower, Odette S t o d d a r d, Betty Hakes, Rosamond Webster, Marjorie Broxvn, Joan Gilmore, Ruth Ann O'Neil, Sara Senior, Sheila McPeak, Betty and Jnnan Wimmer and Mrs. Draper Long and Mrs. Richard Romey. Assisting Group. Assisting at the bride's table will be Mrs. Harry Page, Mrs. Roy Bosworth. Mrs. Frank Carrington, Mrs. Griffith Wodtkc of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Carl Snyder and Mrs. J. C. Stoddard. Those assisting at the bridegroom's table include Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley Mrs Carl A. Parker, Mrs. R. W. Baumgartner, Mrs. E. G. Morse,. Mrs W. P. Merkel and Mrs. Stuart Grummon. Among those who will assist at tiie reception are Mrs. Channing Dakin, Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Romey, Mrs. G E. Harrison, Mrs. Carleton Stewart, Miss Priest, Miss Elizabeth Graves, Mrs. Hughes Bryant, Miss Holman, Miss Kohl, Miss Rule and Miss M'jLaughlin. At Family Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fricsncr, 246 Crescent drive, entertained at a family dinner Sunday at their home for Miss Irons. Parties given Saturday include breakfast and finger towel shower at which Mrs. Hughes Bryant was hostess. Jonquils centered the table and bridge was played later with prizes going to Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. Don FitzGerald, Kappa Gamma sisters of Miss Irons were guests at luncheon Saturday when Miss Holman and Vliss Mary Gould entertained at :he Euchre and Cycle club at the Hotel Hanford. Colonial nosegays tied with blue ribbons formed the centerpiece of the table. Bridge was played during the afternoon with prizes going to Miss Rule and Mrs. Romey. Kitchen Shower. The Misses Elene Boomhower, Mary Jane Pauley and Barbara -lough were hostesses at a tea and itchen shower Saturday aftev- ioon at the Boomhower home, 687 East State street, with Mrs. R. F. Clough taking the place of her daughter, Barbara, who is at Stephens college. Ivory, black and green tapers and jonquils and cream colored ·oses centered the fable where Miss Eleanor Irons and Miss Gould ^resided. Hours were from 4:30 to 6:30 o'clock and about 40 guests Catholic Daughters to Give Card Party Advance sale of tickets for the benefit card party which is being sponsored by the Catholic- Daughters of America at Moose hall that Tuesday evening indicate about 50 tables will be planned for by the committee. Mrs. Harold Dunn and Mrs. Ray Holer are in charge. Contract, auction bridge and 500 will be played with prizes to both men and women as well as a door prize to be awarded. PROGRAM PLANNED BY ALCHOK SHRINE A program in charge of Mrs. H. E. Kennedy, will follow the reception and 6:30 o'clock dinner Wednesday night given by Aluhor shrine No. G, order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. A special meeting will be held at 8 o'clock when four candidates will be ini- 'tiated. Mrs. Frances Mae Ebert, Pittsburgh, Pa., supreme worthy high priestess will be the guest of honor. BIRTHDAY PAUTY FOR BILL BUTLER A dozen Junior college boys and their fathers were entertained at the W. P. Butler home, 1218 Jefferson avenue northwest, Saturday night as a surprise event for Bill Butler. The evening was spent playing whist, singing college songs and at other recreational activities. H o t tamales were served as refreshments. Installing of Officers at Meeting Juveniles of Degree of Honor Meet at Moose Hall. Juveniles of the Degree of Honor Protective association met Saturday afternoon in Moose hal] and at the conclusion of the business scsion, new officers were installed. Members of the adult society were in charge with Mrs. Henry Billman as installing officer, Mr?. Regina Shaab, past president, and Miss Frances Billman, usher. New officers are Robert Varner past president; Nathalie Herr, president; Larry Lindsay, first vice president; Gerald Jones, second vice president; Joseph Wha- Icn, secretary; Phillip Kendall, treasurer; Gerald Lindsay, usher: Billy Bob Dallas, assistant usher; Darlene Herr, flag bearer; Char- called. Miss Mary Winslow of Cedar Rapids was an out of town guest. lene Klunder, Whitlach, right pianist; Wayne assistant to the , ...£,.**. n-j-atofctiin n/ L I 1 U president; James Whitlatch, left assistant to the president; Mrs. C. D. Herr, juvenile director; Miss Billman, assistant juvenile director. A gift was presented to Viola Morphew, past president, who, with Leona Herr, will transfer to the adult society this month. Wayne Whitlach received the attendance prize. A Valentine box was a feature of the meeting. Talks were given by the mothers who were guests. Plans were made for a convention which will be held here in April and at the close of the meeting, refreshments were served. --o-Dance Is Sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi Beta Sigma Phi sorority sponsored a dancing party Saturday evening In the Wedgewood room of the Hotel Hanford. Jimmy Fleming's orchestra played for dancing and a floor show was provided by a group of Mr. Fleming's pupils. KREBSBACH-HOMMEZ . STACYVILLE--Johnny Krebs- faach and Miss Lena Hommez were married at Visitation church Monday morning by the Rev. Father Manternach. They will reside on the Nick Krebsbsch farm. Smarter Styles. Better Quality for Lcss^-Since 102ft ·\ y AMD SATISFACTION WITH E V E R Y PURCHASE STERLING SILVER Starr a foundation set in Sterling. Add to it on gift occasions. Reduced for Quiek Disposal To make room for the new spring fashions now arriving. 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