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March 27, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 27 1934 WOMAN'S CLUB LITERATURE GROUP TO HEAR BOOK REVIEW Late Chase Publication to Be Topic Curtis Yelland Will Speak Wednesday at 1 O'clock at Library. Curtis Yelland will review "The Economy of Abundance" by Stuart Chase at the meeting' of the literature department of the Woman's club Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. The meeting of the drama study section which was scheduled to follow -the book review has been cancelled.. . Mr. Yelland has spoken before the literature department a number of , times and year before last reviewed another of Mr. Chase's books, "Mexico." Stuart Chase is the author of a number of books on economics, among them "A Honeymoon Experiment," "Your Money's Worth," "The Tragedy of Waste," "Men and Mechanics," "Prosperity -- Facts or Myth," "The Nemesis of American Business," and "Mexico--A Study of Two Americans." Mr. Chase is also a contributor to various magazines and periodicals. "The Economy of Abundance," offers an analysis of econo'mic conditions more than a panacea for present ills. The book review section has two · more meetings scheduled for the Wife Preservers Steam a tough fowl for one or two hours before roasting, and it will be tender. Look Your Best For Easter With One of Our Permanents Specially Priced MONPLASURE BEAUTTE SHOPPE 307 i/ z N. Federal Phone 4156 season, April 11 and April 25. The better speech class, sponsored by the literature department, -ill hold its last meeting under the direction of Mrs. Leonard J. Titus Monday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. JOHNSTON-JOHNSON CORWITH, March 27.--Miss Lillian Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Johnson of near Corwith, and Dale Johnston of Montezuma were married at high noon Saturday at the Methodist parsonage in Marshalltown by the Rev. C. C. Bacon, pastor. Miss Edna Jordan and Guy Pitcomb acompanied them. A wedding dinner was served to 17 guests at the home of the bride's parents. The bride is a graduate of the Corwith high school and attended the Iowa State Teachers' college. She has taught school near Montezuma for several years. The couple will make their home on a farm near Montezuma. MISS RUBY WEBER WEDS WAYNE NELSON Miss Ruby Weber became the bride of Wayne Nelson at the Congregational church Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock with the Rev. W. L. Dibble officiating. Following the ceremony they went on a short wedding trip. They are at home at 516'/ South Federal avenue. Both are employed at the Diamond bakery. Bringing Cheer on EASTER _The_smart-home will-boastits'display" of~gdrgeous lilies this year. These fragrant flowers add that immeasurable charm that is distinctly a part of the Easter Holiday. Be sure to have lilies in your home and see how much brighter the occasion will be. They're low priced. Easter Lilies--long-stemmed, with profuse d»1 A A buds, potted. Greenhouse Open Evenings This Week PHONE 55 or 56 1205 S. FEDERAL AVE. KEMBLE'S Greenhouse Hutehinsbn's Suggest THE PERFECT DESSERT . for your Easter Parties Hutchinson's EASTER ICE CREAM CAKE 6 Generous Servings Three Layers of Ice Cream Cherry Ice Cream, Pineapple Mallo Whip, Golden Parfait 49c Coated With Lemon Sherbet Decorated with Pink Icing Place your order with your Hutchinson Dealer today EASTER MOLDS -- Rabbits, Chickens, Easter Lilies -ALL $1.50 DOZEN HUTCHINSON'S ICE CREAM Two One Act Plays to Be Seen at H. S. Music Mothers Sponsor Performance Wednesday Evening. The High School Mothers' cluh will sponsor the presentation of two one 'act plays, "The Birthday of the Infanta," and "El Cristo," Wednesday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium as a benefit for the music students of the high school. The plays which are under the direction of Miss Ruth Irons, are two which were sent to Iowa City for the play production contest and although they did not place in the competition, they were both well performed and received commendation from those who saw them. Suited to Season. "El Cristo" is particularly suited for performance during holy week. Its theme is based on the historic Spanish custom, first performed 300 years ago by which one member of a religious community was chosen to bear the crucifixion for the crimes of his people. Through the years, the practice degenerated until it came to be a process by which political influence could be attained. The scene of "El Cristo" is a secret meeting place of the Los Penitentes, just outside of Taos, N. M., on Good Friday in 1925. The cast includes Jose Valdes, a young Mexican, Thomas Gregory; Manuel Valdez, his uncle, Robert Bigg; his father, Harold Grier; his mother, Katherynne Trissel; Rosalia, his sweetheart. Kathleen McCormick; Ricardo, Louis Kauffman. Infanta's Birthday. "The Birthday of the Infanta" is Stewart Walker's version of Oscar Wilde's play celebrating the Infanta's twelfth birthday and resulting in the tragic death of her birthday entertainer. Harriet Currie takes the part of the Infanta of Spain and the Indies; Mary Jane Pauley. the Duchess of Albuquerque; LeRoy Anderson, the Fantastic; Charles Chenoweth, the Lord Chamberlain; Frank Conway, the Count of Tierra Nueva; Truman Cadwell, Don Pedro of Arragon; Otto Toppenberg and Ralph Anderberg, pages. The theater orchestra under the direction of Miss Marjorie Smith will play and between plays there will be vocal selections by a girls' sextet including Jean Barclay. Adelia Woodward, Eunice Anderson, June Gayio'ra, Maxine Walters and Pearl Roberts; accompanied by Lois' Allen. . They will sing "Green Cathedral," "Legende" and :"'Twas April." Roger Downing, accompanied by Jean Barclay, will sing "Invictus." · . Bits About 'Em Mrs. Corliss. Anderson and her two sons have arived from Bvan- ston, HI., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. -R. Dunlop, 120 Fifth street northwest, . # * * Mrs. Frederick C. Miller and son, Sherman, Albert Lea, are spending a few days with Mrs. Miller's son, Hugh Miller. * « « Bob Pauley has returned to his studies at Iowa State college, Ames. after spending the spring holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Pauley, 83 River heights. * * * Patricia Ann is the name chosen by Dr. and Mrs." George Paschal of Williams for their new daughter. Mrs. Paschal will be remembered as Ruth Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams. t * * Miss Martha Roberts has returned to Iowa State college at Ames after spending the spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roberts, Eadmar hotel. * * * Miss Margaret Laughlin left Monday for Ames to resume her studies at Iowa State college after spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laughlin, 404 Adams avenue northwest. * * * Miss Jean Temple has returned to Iowa State college where she will resume her studies after spending her spring recess with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Temple, 109 Connecticut avenue southeast. * * * Harry Britton of Sharon Springs, N. Y., is a guest at the home of his sister, Mrs. 0. L. Allen, 730 Fourth street southwest. He has been spending some time with his brother-in-law, Jamea Quimby, at Nora Springs. ' __· -THOEN-DAHLBY JOICE, March 27.-- Miss Evelyn Dahlby was married to Truman Thoen at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Dahlby. The bride wore the wedding dress worn by her mother 27 years ago. They were attended by Ruth Thoen and Aaron Dahlby. The Rev. L. F. Scheie officiated. The bride's sister, Melfaa, sang, acompanied by Mrs. Scheie. Only immediate relatives of the bride and bridegroom attended the wedding. A luncheon was served after the ceremony. Eighty-year-old celery and turnip seed imported from England in 1852 was exhibited at the annual British Columbia seed fair, still alive and sufficiently fertile for planting. RETURNS FOR COOKING SCHOOL Mrs. Pauline Rohrs will return to Mason City next week to conduct the annual. Globe-Gazette cooking school which will be held in the high school auditorium Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week. Mrs. Rohrs is the most popular cooking school teacher to visit Mason City and is returning here for her third year. Social Calendar TUESDAY T. N. T. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Mihyaukee 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 G. I. A. to B. nf L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, social hour. G. F. S. Seniors-7:30 o'clock, St. John's church, holy week service. Liteature department-1 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., "Economy 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, 511 Ninth street southeast. Central Lutheran Guild-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Edwin Beneke, Mrs. M. E. Carlson, Mrs. C. V. Dietz, hostesses. Social Hour club-Mrs. W. H. Davidson. Tabernacle-2:30 o'clock, St. Joseph's parish hall, Mrs. J. J. Boyle, Mrs. F. J. Murphy. Drama Study group-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., old and modem tragedies. McKinley P. T. A.~ 2:30 o'clock, school. Phoenician club-7 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom, Miss Helen Abel, hostess, book review, Mrs. R. E. Romey. Jefferson C. S. C.-.7:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. W. Lewis, 32 Kentucky avenue southeast, Mrs. J. W. McMillan, "Emotional Adjustment." R. B. Bridge club-S o'clock, Mrs. A. E. Smith, 30% Second street northeast. I. O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. Will Meet Thursday. NORA SPRINGS--The Social circle of the Christian church will meet Thursday afternoon in the church parlors and be entertained by Mrs. Fred Furness, Mrs. Joe Heffner and Mrs. Bert .Brockett. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to Roger Lyman, 21, and Mildred Gregory. 19, both of Mason City, and to John Ruiter, 22, and Martha Wolters, 21, both of Meservey. Harry Still, Negro living near Vinita, Okla., recently celebrated what he said was his 110th birthday anniversary. He asserted he has lived in the community for 103 years., Study Club Programs on Many Topics Chautauquans Hear Review of New Sinclair Lewis Novel. Study clubs which met Monday afternoon include U. G. L. club, Twentieth Century club and Chautauqua club. Mrs. W. J. Pagenhart was hostess to the Chautauqua club at its meeting Monday at her home, 106 Tenth street northwest. Mrs. F. A. Miller and Mrs. Wayne Sharpe gave current events and Mrs. E. A. D. Bell reviewed "Work of Art" by Sinclair Lewis. Twentieth Century club met Monday with Mrs. Carl" A. Parker, 130 Fifth street northwest. Mrs. J. E. McDonald gave current events and Mrs. W. J. Holahan reviewed "Biography of Wagner" by Pourtages. The study of presidential administrations was concluded Monday at the meeting of the U. G. L. club at the home of Mrs. Lowell Forbes, 1023 Jefferson avenue northwest, with Mrs. B. Raymond Weston as assisting hostess. Mrs. C. J. Kaufman discussed the administration of Coolidge and Mrs. B. B. Bagley, Hoover. LIME CREEK WOMEN MEET FOR LESSON Thirteen leaders for home project work of Lime Creek township met at the home of Mrs. C. W. Bistline for an all day training school. Miss Ada Raake, home demonstration agent, conducted the lesson on "Cutting Patterns" and "Your Most Becoming Print Dress." Many different prints were desplayed and discussed relative to which prints would suit the different types of people. Part of the afternoon was devoted to a style show at wbich^ each member had to wear some garment she had made from a Farm Bureau pattern. The followup meetings will be announced later. 2 COUPLES ISSUED MARRIAGE LICENSES NEW HAMPTON, March 27.-Marriage licenses were issued Monday to Beryl C. Hanson of Rudd and Dorothy Erway of Milwaukee, Wis., Carl Mersonhelder and Lola Dale Peterson, both of Slayton, Minn. CHOP-SUEY' OR CHOW MEIN prepared at home TEN minutes is all the time you need. Delicious,Chinese recipes on every La Choy tin. Chop suey is a complete meal. It is economical. Ask your grocer for La Choy Vegetables for real Chinese chop suey. Packed by Americans in America. E A S T E R S P E C I A L Imperial Reconditioning Oil WAVE Regular $5 Value Complete GILBERT'S BEAUTY SHOP 103 First St. S. E. Phone 3180 i B WE INVITE YOU TO COME IN AND SEE THE ADVANCED SHOWING OF THE WONDERFUL NEW WESTINGHOUSE Buy This Week . . . Save The Tax CURR1E-VAN NESS CO. Dealer for Mason City Clear Lake Nora Springs Manly jirl Baby Often Begins Life Handicapped Since Her Parents Wanted Son By BKOOKE PETERS CHURCH. Mary started life as a disappointment. Her parents had wanted a ooy, and when the answer to their hopes and prayers turned out a girl, .heir ambition received a severe blow. Even as a tiny child Mary w and resented her parents' at- itude. To be sure, both her father, and mother loved her, but not with quite the same intensity with which hey loved the little boy u who followed. Secretly Mary longed to be a boy. As she grew older she often would teal her brother's clothes and wear hem, preferring the freedom they jave her to the greater restraint of iven her most masculine garments. Though she became normal in ime, she was never a particularly happy or contented child, and the elationship between her parents and herself was never sympathetic. That in this day and generation f equal rights and opportunity for iren and women, the old and out- vorn prejudice in favor of boys ;hould continue is one of the exam- iles of the persistence of tradition in the face of commonsense. It might be reasonable in a ma-i, who hopes for a companion and play- fellow in a son, but for women to continue to cultivate the tradition seems absurd. The birth of one small girl was hailed by her grandmother as. a tragedy, and the child had some difficulty in gaining her affection. · There is no real excuse for such a point of view, and it often workE real hardship and suffering on the helpless victim, who feels herself'a Cailure before she has really begun life. In point of fact, if mothers only knew it, an older sister can b e ' 3 great help to her brothers and is far more likely to find them companionable than is generally the case when the boy is the first born. ROCHESTER COUPLE MARRIED AT OSAGE OSAGE, March 27.--The Rev. O. C. Myhre performed the marriaga ceremony for Danny J. Waldron, 25, and Malinda M. Koenig, 19, both bl Rochester, Minn. .;. Honored at Dinner. BELMCND--Mrs. Floyd Lewis and son of Tracy, Minn., spent th« week-end here at the home of Mrs. Valentine Griesy. The Cato GriesS family entertained at a dinner in their home Sunday in honor of Mrs. Lewis and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Luick, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Goeli and sons, and Mrs. V. Griesy. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 eOURTESY AHD SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Easter Dresses You .must nave a New D r e s s for Easter! Be sure and see these: smart new things tomorrow. Prints, taffet- tas, sheers, crepes a n d combinations. Every dress exquisitely styled and finished to turn you out perfectly for spring and Easter. All sizes from 12 to 50. $ 595 to $ 24- 85 Blouses Silk and Cottons for your Easter Suit. All Colors. All Sizes, Priced from "Across From A J A I , the Park" Lilies $1.00 up Hydrangeas, $1.00 up PRICES Tulips. $1.00 up V/^I I Rose Bushes, $1.00 up YUU Hyacinths 50c CAN Cinerarias 50c A rr/ ~ n .^ Fuchsias , 35c AFFORD Sweet Peas, TO PAY bunch of 25 49c Carnations, doz. $1.25 Roses, dozen 99c up Jonquils, dozen $1.25 Snapdragons, dozen , $1.50 OTHER FLOWERS ARE PRICED ACCORDINGLY JOHNSON'S PHONE 223 FLOWERS 10 FIRST ST. N. W.

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