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March 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 1936 ELEVEN i SOCIETY NEWS Mason City Teacher Is March Bride Gullickson-Bistline V o w s Spoken at M. E. Church. Miss Marcella Bistline of Mason City and Joseph A. Gullickson o£ Northwood were married Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the First Methodist church. Mason City. Miss Bistline is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bistline of Mason City. Joseph Gullickson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gullickson of Worthwood. The Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor of the chvrch, read the ring ceremony before the altar which was decorated with flowers and ferns. White tapers stood at either side and roses and snapdragons were arranged on the organ. Russell Bistline, brother of the -bride, sang "At Dawning" and "Be- cause'' before the ceremony, accompanied by Mrs. Bertha Patchen who also played the processional and recessional. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was dressed in a long gown of white chiffon over white satin with a floor length veil and carried an arm bouquet of white carnations. The bride had as her only attendant her sister, Evelyn Bistline, who wore a floor length gown of shell pink lace with blue accesories and JayE.Houlahan,M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office 773 Phones Res. 3131 426-28 FORESTERS' BLDG. carried an arm bouquet of American Beauty roses. The bridegroom was attended by his orother. Donald Gullickson. The ring bearer, Ma'jone Kingland, wore a blue net dress and carried the ring in a white lily. The bride's mother wore a black and white satin ensemble with accessories to match. Mrs. Gullickscn is a graduate of the Mason city high school and Iowa State Teachers college and has been teaching in the Mason City public schools for the past two years. Mr. Gullickson is a graduate of the Northwood high school and is engaged in farming. A reception was Leld for Mr. and Mrs. Gullickson in the church parlors and covers were laid for 86 guests. They left immediately after the reception for a short trip and on their return will be at home on a farm located near Hack Falls. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bennet Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kingland of 'Lake Mills, Mr. and Mrs. John Gullickson, Mr. 'and Mrs. Donald Gullickson,-Gladys and Arlene Gullickson, Harold Kjerland, all of Northwood, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harriman and son, Ralph, Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Rinald Bauman and children and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buechele and daughter of Grafton; Mrs. Albert Mitchell of Corwith and Miss Dorothy Helwig of Iowa Falls. LUTHER LEAGUE MEETS AT CHURCH St. James Luther league met In the church parlors Sunday for its devotional evening. Helen Buehler led the topic, "My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?" The Rev. O. Mall discussed the prophesies of the old testament concerning Christ's suffering. Carlton Mall's team was Play to Be Staged at Holy Family St. Patrick's Day Will Be Celebrated With Entertainment. St. Patrick's day will be observed in Holy Family parish with a play, "Palace of Carelessness," to be presented Tuesday evening in the Holy Family school auditorium under the direction of Miss Bee Lynch. The scene of the drama is the great lost 'and found building of Dublin town, caled the palace of carelessness. The characters arc Patsy Sheridan, as Colleen; Richard Green, fat clock; Emmctt McCann, alarm clock; Thomas Burnett, wrist watch; Marylyn Casey, Dolly Dimples; Charles Sernctt, stick candy; Mickey Cross, Sammy; Patricia Ryan, Mrs. Umbrella; Paris Degregorio, bailiff; Arthur Feeney, judge; Jack Knapp, clown; Steve O'Brien, boy scout; Donald Schmitt, old man; Joan Hebe] and Kathryn Ann Hughes, dancing dolls. large Cast of Children. Wrist watches will be William Ervin Bartelt. Robert Carroll. Don Dorothy Lee Takes Fourth Mate Entering her fourth matrimonial venture, Dorothy Lee, screen actress, weds A. G, Cox Alwater, brother-in-law of Philip K. Wrigley, chewing gum king. The newlyweds are shown at breakfast in their new home in Chicago. announced to be leading Helen Wetterling's in the membership campaign. Ada Schmidt and Carl;on Mall were elected advisors for ;he new Junior league which will be started soon. Special This Week OnlyJ .50c $1.95 SHAMPOO and FINGERWAVE and any color RINSE, all for Get your Easter permanent early! Be sure it's a Duart $2.95 $3.73 $4, including soft water shampoo and fingerwave. No guesswork--a test curl taken on every head! Jefferson Beauty Shop Mynnie Bruner - Rachel Thiel Jefferson Bus Depot Phone 267 WE FEATURE A PERMANENT ESPECIALLY FOR "BABY FINE" HAIR We Guarantee All our Work! ;avanaugh, Donald DeBorde, Richard Donnelly, Nicholas Degregario, Richard Evans, Robert Frankhauser Paul. Ferleman, John Fandel, Robert Herzog, John Klobcrdanz, Leonard Lansing, Dale Linninkamp,' John Mentink, George Mackley, Jerome McGrath, Robert Ryan, Nicholas Strange, Joseph Slepicka, William Stoner, James Tenney, Robert Van Karen. Clocks will be impersonated by Robert Berry, Fergus Eohan, Jack Casey, Joe. Casey, John Corbett, Jack Elstad, Dick Ennis, Emmanuel Frank, John Frank, Martin Frank, Jack Gerard, Thomas Graf, George Harris, Myrle Kofoot, Jack Kunz, Jack Martin, Alfred Mataloni Maurice Metink, Tommy McCauley] John Newman, Richard Pinneke, Fred Randall, James Rockwell, Leo Schmall. James Shcehy, Murray Stoner, Donald Studer, William Van Maren. Perform as Dolls. Acting as dolls will be Virginia Campbell, Jane Casey, Marjorie Currier, Barbara Jean Connors, Catherine Dirkson, Marlene Dormedy Marian Farge, Joann Hebel, Ann Holman, Kathryn Ann Hughes, Marcelle Kofoot, Sally McCarron, Joann McCauley, Theresa McGovern, Ethel McKee, Beatrice McKee, R u t h O'Brien, Ruth Ann Sheehy, Marjorie Tatone, Jovita Zamarippa. Sambos have been cast to include · ·I KG Baking Powder Will Be Used by MISS ANN KINGSLEY in the Globe»Gazette Cooking School High School Auditorium -- March 17, 18, 19, 20 The lecturer uses the double-tested -- double-action K G baking powder to demonstrate how you can produce delicious bakings of fine texture and large volume. Well-known domestic science lecturers and millions of housewives know from experience there is real satisfaction and economy in using BAKING POWDER Same Price Today as 45 Years Ago O U N C E S F O R 2 5 2 5 c ^Manufactured by Baking Powder Specialists who make nothing tut Baking Powder--under supervision of expert chemists of national reputation. The quality is always uniform--KG is dependable. Use KG in your favorite recipes. Follow instructions given you by the demonstrator. It will produce the finest of baked goods at low cost. You will realize why KG Baking Powder is the choice of millions. Guaranteed pure -- economical -- efficient Use only one LEVEL teospoonful of E C Baking Powder to B cup of sifted flour for moat recipes. aid Cavanaugh, Howard Crowley Keith Greene, Jerome Harrer, Rich ard Hornbcrgcr, Lavernon Miner Robert McCann, John Shechy. Toy Soldiers Perform. Toy soldiers will be Richard Ber ry, Pat Burnett, Donald Carney, J Neal Casey, Thomas Currier, Gay lord Eggleston. Nicholas Frank Darren Jones, Donald Kolcla, Pau March, Richard McCann, Leo Me Govern, Robert Page, Albert Query Harry Rozcn, Francis Slepicka, Car Tatone, Robert Tracy, John Wagnci and Joseph Whalcn. Corn will be Colleen Crowley. Pa.- tricia Evans, Jean Cocraffer, Mary Holman, Josephine Holman, Mary Margaret McCarron, Colleen New man, Donna Newman, Rita Shechy tomatoes, Lavonne Campbell, Jane Clouse, Jeanctte Martin, Jettie Ann McCarron, Marguerite O'Donnell Marie O'Brien, Jane Ann Rozen Loreen Schmidt; carrots, Veronica Carney, Rita Ann Cavanaugh, Betty Dahlstrom, Pauline Heidenry, Alberta Mae Hickey, Josephine Kay Marjorie Kofoot. Patricia McCarron Marguerite McGovern, Mary Joyce McGrath, Dorothy McNary, Irene Lansing and green peppers, Madonna Brosc, Dorothea Hcbel, Virginia Dunn, Dorothy .Malory, Patricia Emmons, Marjorie Pick, Betty Alice Tracy. Bubble dance will be done by Elsie Bartelt, Mary Lenore Campbell, Bernadine Fandel, Margarei Fritz. Jean Heidenry, Veronica Lang, Jean Martin, Ann O'Brien, Phyllis Snyder. Jury in Act Two. In act two the jury will include liarles Barnish, Charles Bird, Earl Bohen, Tom Cavanaugh, Alphonse Diaz, John Hornberger, Jerry Laugh- ii), Junior Miller, Leo Pick, Eugene Purington, Francis Ryan, Carlos Torres. · Flapper parasols will be Ruth larney, Mary Ellen Currier, Lucile Dunn, Ruth Ann Evans, Patricia raf, Virginia Ann Igou, Jean Koll, Margaret Pinneki. Kathryn Wagner, and little girls, Florence Currier, Margaret Ann Dunlavey. Joan Evans, Dorothy Grein, Frances Holman, Phyllis Hutson, Patricia Igou, Marianne Marek, Arlys Mentink, Annell Mineart, Roberta McCarron, Beverly McKee, Veronica Pick, Patricia Sheridan, Doris Slebiska, Isabel 2amarippa. Maids will be Mary Carney, Marcella Degan, Harriet Ann Evans, Theresa Frank, Alice Grein, Virginia Harris, Hope Ann Hea, Margaret Heidenry, Annie Kloberdanz, Doris O'Brien, Mary Studer, Patricia Whalen, Florence Yezek, and c.'owns, Bill Burnett, Junior Kaufman; Bernard Lang, Henry Mataloni, Robert Muehe, Collin Newman, Billy Pritchard, Kenneth Quinn, Ed- v/ard Schmall, William Ser'nett, Dennis Studer, Michael Tatone. The Holy Family glee club will ping "It'g An Irish Lullaby" by Shannon. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED NEW HAMPTON--Licenses to wed were issued to John B. Losal of DeKalb, 111., and Ethel Jean Swanson of Waterman, 111.: Ray J. Kaliher and Mary Elenor Hanson, both of Minneapolis, Minn. HANNA-EICHSIEIER Miss Blanche Eichmeier, daughter of Mrs. Mary Eichmeier, living six miles west of Mason City, and Frank Haana of Clear Lake were married Saturday afternoon by the Rev, William Galbreth of the Olivet Methodist church at the parsonage. They were attended by- Mr, and Mrs. Max Romcy: The bride is a graduate of the Mason City high school and Mr. Hanna attended school at Clear Lake. Their new home will bn on a f a r m near Thornton. ELJSBlilvY-HOIHJK Miss Helen Hodge of Rockwell and Robert Elsbnvy of Su'-herlancl were married Sunday afternoon at the Olivet Methodist parsonage by the Rev. William Galbreth. Witnesses were Mrs. Lucy Hodge, mother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 'dodge and Willis Hodge, the men jeing brothers of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Hodge are graduates of the Rockwell high school and will be at home on a farm near Rockwell. Reciprocal trade agreements have been completed or are pending with S countries with which the United States normally tvan.SRc.ts two-fifths f its foreign trade.--linitrd Slates Vews. SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SECRETARIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday are accepted after I o'clock on Friday. MONDAY y, M. F. a-7:30 o'clock, Church of Christ, class party. Garficld C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school. Contract Duplicate clubS- Postponed. Central Lutheran S. E. group-S o'clock, Mrs. Louise Alstad, Mrs. O. C. Sorlien, 116 Georgia avenue southeast. Joyce Kilmer club-Miss Loretta Carney, 116 Fourteenth street northwest. Miss Margaret Carroll, hostesses, Mary Gallagher, Gertrude Dccny, current events; Mrs. Dan Farrell, lesson. Y. \V. C. A. hoard-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. TUESDAY Lac-A-Luc club-S o'clock, Mrs. Glen R- Leaman, 1121 East State street. McKinley C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. M. J. Caponi, lesson. Wilson C. S. C.-Postponed. Century club-6:30' o ' c l o c k , Congregational church, Mr. and Mrs. George Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holvik, Mr. and Mrs. George O'Neil, the Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Carlson. A'a-Tan-Ye club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Idl-R's club-1 o'clock, Park Inn, Mrs. Earl Sheka, hostess. W. M. T. club- Mrs. J. Graham, Seventh street northwest. Baptist Division 2-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Minnie Trevctt, 711 Crescent place. Legion Auxiliary--· P. G. E. auditorium, organize junior auxiliary. Matinee Musicale-Mrs. Don Wells, 114 Fourth street northwest. Mrs. Frank Pearce, Mrs. Scott Smith, lesson. V. R. C 2:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Triendly circle-Postponed to March 24. Vhite Shrine-6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple. Mrs. H. E. Kennedy, chairman, election of officers. N. T. club-6:30 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. Baptist Y. \V. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Vern Morphew. 303 First streel southwest. hurch of Christ Missionary circle 7:30 o'clock, church pa.rlor?, lesson, "Work Among French by Evariste Hebert," reception, social hour, music. Ilio club-7:45 o'clock, Miss Cora Sundell, 49 Crescent drive. mmanuel W. M. S.-8 o'clock, Mrs. O. A. O'Green, 740 Fourth street southwest, Mrs. Paul Gustafson, Mrs. Henry Herfindahl, Mrs. Charlotte Gustafson, assisting hostesses. loose lodge-S o'clock. Moose hall. unior Hadassah-8 o'clock. Jewish Community Center. 1INXK.SOTA COI'PI.KS ICUNSKU TO \ V K I CRESCO -- M;i.ni;sr licenses rc isMir'l a t tlic county clerk's office, Ci'osco. for Kloyd Benson. 2ft, and Elclora Backus, 27. both of LcRoy. Minn., Floyd George. 21, Chester, and Margaret Jones, 20, of LeRoy. Minn. MR. AND MRS. FRELUND HOSTS TO D. S. C. CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Frelund, 1411 Rhode Island avenue northeast, entertained the D. S. C. club at their home Sunday evening. Members of the club present included Miss Ann Jean Nugent, Miss Loine Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Eusert. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tevis, Atlo Grelk and M. Hintzman. High scoie prizes wen! t o M r . i l and Mis. KgRoit am! low to Mrs. l| Tevis and Air. Grelk. 300 Present atY.W.C.A. Conference Mason City Delegation Returns From Cedar Rapids Session. "Security--Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" was the theme of the annual midwinter business and industrial girls conference sponsored by the Y. W. C. A. Saturday and Sunday at Cedar Rapids. Keokuk was chosen for next year's meeting. Mason City had a delegation of U among the 300 who attended the conference. The meetin 0 opened with a banquet at the Montrose hotel Saturday evening:. 'Mrs. William K. Morgan of Iowa City spoke, pointing out that in facing insecurity, we have been realistic, but not pessimistic and that in working out problems, we must work together in groups and learn to rethink our philosophy of life. \Ve Need Security. Dr. Russell Cooper of Cornell college in giving some of the things that have made us insecure in the world in which we are living said that we need security and we need to know that no matter what comes life will move along easily and there will be protection for old age. "If a world war comes, all plans will become disrupted. It is impossible to think about security without thinking about war. In the feudal ages people had economic security. Today conditions as a whole are better than then, but our industrial system is coming to the point where fewer and fewer persons have control. The problem must be solved by working together in Christian brotherhood. A surprise party followed the lecture. Breakfast Sunday morning was followed by worship service and later Mrs. Morgan spoke. Her talk was followed by conferences led by Dr. Cooper, Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Morgan. Dinner followed and after a business session, Dolores Reynolds told of the national council. Looking Forward. A talk by Mrs. Morgan on "Looking Forward" and a final worship Unr uly Hair Given life, lustre, beauty, enabling yot» to dross it in any afyfe. LUCKY ··and dandrafl remove? A highly processed vegetable oil, not sticky, but a fittinn companion to old reliable Lucky TiKcrha:r tonic to meet thcntco: ot well Broomed adults aod children. At Druggists and Barbers FDPT GENEROUS SAMPtS F H E C UPON KEflUEST. LUCKY TIGER MFO. CO. o City. Me. service preceded the farewell tea given by the Y. W. C. A. board. Mrs. Morgan in her last talk said that four phases of living should be developed--vocation or avocation, leisure time pursuits, intimate -social contacts and religion. The Mason City delegation included Dorothy Amett. Alma Anderson, Myrtle Cardcy, Frances Dawson, Lois Donaldson, Helen Downing, Olive Easly, Esther Pagcnhart, Er- nial Irving, June Johnson, Irene Koldn, Ruth Olson. Lottie Swearin- gcn and Esther Baker. TWO COUPLES GET LICENSES AT OSAGE OSAGE--Licenses have been issued here to Raymond Christofferson, 24, Blooming Prairie, Minn., and Esther Buehner, 21, Austin, Minn.; to Norman Nelson, 23, Lake Mills, and Maurine Gerbig, 22, Osage. Legion Stag Party on Friday Evening Extensive preparations are being made by members of Clausen- Worden post of the American Legion for the annual birthday stag party to be held at the armory Frday evening at 8 o'clock, Garrctt Chapman, commander, announced Monday. A 1936 membership card Is the admission needed for this event, the commander pointed out. A variety of entertainment is being prepared for the occasion, he said. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES HAMPTON -- Marriage licenses were Issued to George Grabbe, legal, and Olive B. Conway, legal, Hampton, and John Day, 25, and Esther Kreese, 20, Hampton. Something New and Different in Permanent Waves $3.50 _ $5 Heat-less method Finest Quality. . Factory Representative Will Be With Us One Day Only, Wednesday, March 18. ANN ZIRBEL'S BEAUTY SERVICE PHONE 1446 1 s^ved the price of Q newhai- my old one FACTORY REBUILT SATISFACTION G U A R A N T E E D Motes the firmnesc. snap, and slylc-- maWs your old hat loot and vucor LIKE NEW. OencC us yawi o£ hcuL TODA Y IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY and ZORIC DRY CLEANERS Be on "Ideal American" Customer IT'S PHONE 22 Tomorrow-»Tuesday, March 17 on THE GLOBE-GAZETTE'S FREE The Musical Program Starts at 1 P. M. Lecture and Demonstrations at 2 P. M. These Firms Are Co-operafing: American Crystal Sugar Company Blanchard's Jewelry Clorox Chemical Company (Clorox) Cume-Van Ness Company D. K. Lundbcrg (T Company Damon's, Inc. Damon's Shoe Dept. Hermanson Bros. Dairy Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Iowa Tea Company J. C. Puth Company Jaques Manufacturing Company (K, C. Baking Powder) John Gallagher, Inc. Kcmble's Greenhouse Klipto Loose Leaf Company Letts Spencer Smith Company Lever Bros (Rinso, Lux, Lux Toilet Soap, Lifebuoy Health Soap) Lyons, Cleaners- Launderers-Furriers Mason City Bottling Co. Michael Drug Company Mier Wolf Sons Northwest Savings Bank Omaho Flour Mills (Omar Flour) People's Gas and Electric Company Pfaff Baking Company Ralph S. Shepherd, Paints and Wallpaper Salada Tea Company (Salada Tea) The Merkei Company Vance Music Company ^ *« i i - . ^=1==,-=,,,

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