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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 10, 1937
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,5S - SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 10 · 198T PREPARATIONS MADE FOR ANNUAL GIRLS' HOBBY SHOW : Comrnittees; Are Chosen by Chairman A p r i l ? to 10 Dates Set fo Show to Be Held at Y.AV.C.A. Members, of the general com mittee for the third annual girl hobby show met .with the chaii 'man, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, at th Y. W. C. A., Tuesday afternoo when Mrs. Davidson appointed th committees for the show. Committee on awards and judg ing includes Mrs. A. C. Hagerman chairman, Mrs; T. B. Ferguson an Mrs.' Edmund Dunlop. Mrs. Ra Pauley was appointed chairman o ;the committee on registration. Mrs Clayton Sutherland is chairman o the committee on arangement an display which also includes Mrs Joel Hanes and Mrs. L, J. Amling Mrs. Amling is in charge of .th publicity^ . · · . · : . For Rural 'Girls. : . Plans are being made 1 to inelud '·the girls from the rural communi ties through the co-operation o Miss HazelTliomas, county super intendent of .schools, and Mis Florence Zolinger, county demon stration agent; " A special effor will be made to interest high school girls', as. it is felt that girl of this age-should be capable o many lovely exhibits. The girls''hobby show is to b held at the:Y. W. C. A. April through April 10 to correspond will the dates of the.Y. M. C. A. hobbj show. The committee expects t have at least 10 trophy cups ant hundreds of ribbons to give i: recognition of. fine exhibits. Com .. petent judges have already'beei selected. . '.· · Create Interest. To create immediate interes in this year's show so that entries may be planned at once, hobby show talks will be made at the various P. T. A. meetings throughout the city this month. These talks : will be given by Mrs. Olaf Ulen, Madison school Feb.10; Mrs. Ray Pauley, Centra: school; Mrs. E. R. Bappc, Garfield school; Mrs. Edmund Dunlop, Harding school, Feb. 11; Mrs. L. J. Amling, Mckinley school Feb 10; Mrs. · T. E. Davidson, Grant school, Feb. 12; Mrs. Herman Bruns, Lincoln school, Feb. 18; Mrs. Draper/Long, Wilson school; Mrs. T. ~B.. Ferguson, Roosevelt- Jackson, Mis Chailes -Gasswint, Jefferson school,.'Feb. 19. ' --o-- ' / · ' · '. .'.·· ·' SMTm-SCHOLL ROCKFOHD--Holy Name .Catholic chuichvvvas the scene of.'· a wedding/Tuesday when Miss Dorothy Mae Scholl, daughter of Sam SchoII of. Rudd; became the bride of Thomas Raymond Smith, son' o£ Mr. and Mrs. Jomes Smith of Clifton, Kans. The Rev. Paul La- Valette performed the ceremony with Miss Eunice Seholl, Rockwell, cousin of the bride, and Ed Smith, Nashua, brother of the bridegroom, serving , as witnesses. The couple will be at home with the bride's father on a farm near Rudd. . '.: ... .. ., HELPS AVOID MANY COLDS Especially designed aid for nose and tipper throat, where most colds start. Used in time, helps prevent many colds. YlCKSVftTROtiQL ' COMPLETE Optical Service Star Crossed Lovers at Cecil Norma Shearer and Leslie Howard in "Romeo and Juliet" R n TM , Z ? r £? S , Ue u HoWar 'L al ' e Sh ° wn as t!ley wil1 a PP eal ' in t h e Romeo and Juliet" to be seen Thursday at the Cecil theater. version of Shake- BENEFIT PARTY HELD BY CD. A. AX MOOSE HALL Contract, auction and 500 wer -layed at 5G tables at the bencfi ard party sponsored by the Catli lie Daughters of America Tucs ay evening in the Moose hall. Mrs. I. R. Weaver and Mrs. J. J Boyle, assisted by members of tin iris' drill team, served a luncl 'hich p carried out the Valentine leme in design and color. Prizes were awarded for higb core, going .to Mrs. .George Smith, Irs. Matt Carroll, A. R. Finley : P. Youngdale arid Mrs. H. W. assctt, contract; Mrs. Will Cross /Irs. .L. A; Page, A. A. Dunlavey rank Ward and'Mrs. E. Boom- pwer, auction; and Mrs. Paul itzgerald, J. J. Jandresitz, A ansing, Mrs. Matt Tanner and Irs. Harold Wasley, 500. The door rize was won by Miss Marie Tantz. The committee in charge of the arty included Mrs. Harold Dunn nd Mrs. Ray Hofer. ' BITS ABOUT 'EM Styles, quality, and prices . to please you. M A C l S · . Smith Optical Co. 21 .EAST STATE .T.'E. E. Markley and daughter, Tiss Doris Markley, 121 Connect- ut .avenue southeast,''have left n a motor trip south. * * * Miss Jean Lovell, daughter of Ir. and Mrs., F. C. Lovell, 213 econd street southeast, has lefl n a vacation trip to Florida. * s tf Miss Billie McDougall, a student urse at Mercy hospital, has been 'siting at the home of her father, /illiam McDougall, and sister. Irs. R. J. Smith, at Kanawha. ODPLE HONORED Y JOLLY 8 CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Carl Donavan, 324 wenty-fourth street southwest ntertained the Jolly 8 club al their home Tuesday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jack' Herz'og on the occasion of their wedding anniversary. Five hundred was played.with high score prizes going lo Mrs. Hcrzog and Callie Hixon and low to Mrs. Hixson and George Nelson. A gift was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Herzog from the club. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES EMMETSBURG--D e n n 1 s F. Schuller, 22, and Fern Eckert, 18 both o£ Mallard; Dowell E. Hinton, 20, Round Lake, and Dora A Dutch, 17, West Bend; Roger Hudson, 21, Rol/e, and Bernice Tr'uel- son, 19, Havelock; George Mahaney, 25, Fonda, and . Wyntah B Packard, 25, Belmond, have been issued Iicenses;to : wed. I For Men Only I | Suppose you had to plan and prepare three meals a 1 : day for 365 days--drive you crazy, wouldn't it? " \ Well, to help your wife we have set up a home recipe 1 = ·: department. = | GLORIFIED GINGERIIREAD · I : 2 cups TOTVJ^ CRIEU Flour 1 ese ~ u : 1 cup sugar · . 1 tablespoon molasses . = | Y. teaspoon ginger- 1 cup sour milk or buttermilk = ; fc: teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon soda = ! ' ,£ cup shortening: 14 teaspoon snlt = : Sift flour before measuring. Sift Hour, sugar and spices together. Cut " : JH shortening as for pie crust. Reserve \k cup of tills mixture for top- = ping. To the remainder add well beaten cgs, molasses, salt and sour E milk in wliich soda lias been dissolved. Pour Into a well greased 8x8 = pan and sprinkle the reserved crumb mixture over the top. Bake In ft = moderate oven (350 degrees P.) about 50 minutes. Cut in squares and " serve hot.- . . . . . "· = \/(/hn TX/nn 7 k"* for Town Crier Announcement and trie iiunnn-i = YV IIU W UJl. inthirtctticcontat on Friday in tha paper. = J 00 Lucky prize-winnfnr. low cost recipes il you send your ffrocer'« nnme and Address la Town Crier Flctir. 1100 Board of Trade Building. Kansas City, Missouri Town Crier WIFE PRESERVERS For medicine stains which are iard to get out of. clothing, try covering stain with a paste made jf fuller's earth and ammonia. Leave on until di-y and then wash in cold water. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY V. F. W. Auxiliary-6:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall, pot luclc dinner, meeting at 8 o'clock. Madison I'. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, fifth grade parents in charge. W. N. T. cluli-- 8 o'clock, Home tea room, Mrs. Ilia Bailey, hostess. THURSDAY Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. C. J. Kaufmann, 25 Ninth street northwest, Baptist Gildner division-2 o'clock, Mrs. H: Hamblin, 1135 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. O. T.' O. club-2 o'clock, Mrs. E. W. Lewis, 709 Tenth street northwest. Iirrmanuel South division-2 o'colck, Mrs. Ernest Nygren 24C Twentieth street southeast. Trinity Forest park circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. O. Gregerson, 1210 Fourth street southwest. Hariliner P. T. A. : -2:30 o'clock, school, talk on "Stepping Out as a Family." C. E. Gilman. Founder's day observance. Pleasant Ridffe cjub-- Postponed for four weeks. Reljekah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, Mrs. Margaret Stoltenberg, hostess. East Side Ladies' aid-Mrs. Jay Southard, 1020 East State street. Trinity Roosevelt circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. Quenrud, 1604 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Mrs. J. Rustad, co- hostess. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall, jive Y-ers-- 7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., talk by Dr. V. E. Wicks, reception following for Miss Kathleen Simms, new secretary. Jenlral P. T. A.-Postponed R. N. A.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall, entertainment for members and invited friends. Energetic class-Congregational church, all day meeting. ':, F. S. Candidates-4 o'clock, St. John's parish hall, Miss Helen Schiebe in charge. Tri-Dcck Bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. M. E. Zarling, 1009 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Bapiist Division 2-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. L. Ade, 1112 West State street. lonroe-Washington P. T. A.-- E. W. C L A R K IS H E A R D ON TRIP BY WA-TAN-YANS 2 o'clock, school, founder's day skit, talk by R. B. Irons, apllst Division 8-Mrs. Zcll Davis, 63G E a s t Slate streel,^ E. W. Clark, who was the speaker at the noon luncheon of the Wa-Tan-Ye club Tuesday at the Hotel Hanford, described his trip to the orient which he and Mrs. Clark took last year. . They sailed frotn Los Angeles on Oct. 15 on a freighter carrying 16 passengers and arrived in Tokio on Nov.-3. They spent 30 days in Hong Kong. He displayed many of the articles which they brought back. A new club has just been organized at Fort Dodge by Marie B. Peterson; association organizer. This club will hold its charter night at the Warden hotel Monday, Feb. 15. Those attending the meeting will be Mildred Kuhlemeier, jresident of the local club, Oreta Winette, chairman of the organization committee, Clear Lake, and Slsio Lunsman, association vice president. --o-Friendship Society of St. James Lutheran Church Has Meeting The Lutheran Friendship soci- cly of St. James Lutheran church held its February meeting Tuesday evening. Officers for the year weer elected as follows: President, Harry Kinney; vice president, O. Govig; secretary, Mrs. Paul Kruggel; treasurer, Raymond Keister. The following committees were appointed: Program, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hohde, Thompson; Mr. and Mrs. H. entertainment, Mr. and Mrs. L. Pearson, Mr. and M.r;. E. Bublitz; membership, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kruggel. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer; visiting and flower, Rev. and Mrs. O. · Mall, Mr. and Mrs. H. Frenz; publicity, Raymond Keister. Harry Kinney and the Rev. Mr. Mall. Valentine decorations were used. The Kinncys and the Malls were in charge of the games. Mr. and Mrs. L. Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. E. Pearson served valentine refreshments. The next meeting will be held March 18 and as this meeting will fall in the Lenten season a speaker on some religious topic will be heard. The society will try to procure Judge Henry Graven as speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Kfl Tims, Mr. and Mrs. H. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. K. Bublliz will entertain the society. ·--o-- PATRIOTIC PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN FRIDAY At the meeting o f . the Grant Parent-Teacher association Friday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock, a patriotic program will be presented by the second grade pupils of Miss Ida Roseland. Supt. R. B. Irons will speak. Officers Arc Elected. CLARKSV1LLE--All officers in the Lutheran Ladies' Aid society were re-elected. They are Mrs. Herman Rohlwing, president; Mrs. Frank Rcints, vice president; Mrs. Will Rambo, secretary, and Mrs. August Busching, treasurer. --o-HOLY FAMILY LADIES AID HOLDS MEETING Holy Family Ladies aid met Tuesday afternoon at the school when cards were played with prizes going to Mrs. Joe Cross, contract, Mrs, L. A. Page, auc- lion, and Mrs. Merlin Zicgler, 500. During the social hour, refreshments were served by Mrs. J. II. -onlin, Mrs. Mike Coan, Mrs. Lyie McGrath and Mrs. Harold I Shellhorn. Scholarship Awards Are for Scouts Girls Eligible for Variety of Benefits at Camp. and College. Mason City Girl Scouts are eligible to compete for a number ot scholarships, some for periods al camp, both in the United States and Europe and others for college. About 12 scholarships, each covering a two week training course at Camp Edith Macy, New York, are awarded annually to Gir; Scout leaders. At Camp Andree. Camp Andree, the national camp for older Girl Scouts, was given in memory of Andree Clark by her parents, and Mrs. William Clark, mother of Andree, gives annually several scholarships to the camp in memory of one of her daughter's friends, Abigail Morris. In 1936 there were 32 scholarships. The girl chosen must be at least 14 years of age, of second class rank and an outstanding girl in her community and one who is likely to carry back to her troop something gained from her experience. Through the Juliette Low Memorial fund, awards will be made to Girl Scouts or Girl Guides to enable them to attend the first national Girl Scout encampment in 1937. In other years, awards of a trip to tlie Girl Scout Chalet at Adelboden, Switzerland, have been made. For Mills College. Mills college at Oakland, Cal., oldest college for women in the west, offers a Girl Scout competitive scholarship each year to an entering freshman student. The scholarship has a value of $500 including the year's tuition fee of $400. The applicant must qualify with successful attainment in examinations given by the college entrance examination board 'and a high school record showing a rank in the upper five per cent of the graduating class. Two years' training in (he School of Horticulture for Women at Ambler, Pa., is provided through the Lou Henry Hoover scholarship, founded by the Woman's National Farm and Garden nssociation. Only first class Girl Scouts are eligible to this award vhich is made biennially. The applicant must present a high school diploma or its equivalent and pass entrance examinations. --o-- Installation Held for New Officers of Helios Chapter Annual installation of officers 'or the Helios chapter of the Daughters of Penelope was held at the Y. W. C. A., with James Woolas as installing officer. The newly elected officers in- rlude Mrs, B. Pappas, president; VIrs. T. Skarlis, vice president; VIrs. J. Banos, secretary; Miss Viola Farmakis, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. Woonas, treasurer; Mrs. G. Alexander, captain of the guards; Mrs. C. Sirakos, warden; VIrs. J. Farmakis, priestess; the Misses Mary Poulos, Kalherine C. Poulos and Georgis Zanios, guards; Mrs. P. Pappas'and Mrs. D. Sou- mas, sentinels; Mrs. G. Galios and Mrs. G. Kepris, chairmen of the Joard of. governors, to be assisted ny Mrs. C. Poulos, Mrs. J. Laros Mrs. T. Poulos and Mrs. J. Cazanas. The speaker, Mr. Woonas, stressed the duties of various organizations if they are to achieve n their particular fields. Fol- owins the program refreshments were served.--V. F. TENGE-WEONKR NEW HAMPTON--Miss Madglen Wegner, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Anton Wegner, exchanged nuptial vows in St. Boniface church in Ionia with Edmond Tenge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tenge of New Hampton. The Rev. C. B. Goetzinger, pastor officiated. The ceremony was witnessed by Miss Catherine Dicdrich and Norbert Tenge. The couple will live on a farm near North Washington. --o-- AKIYUHAl'I CLUR MEETS FOR DINNER Miss Irene Fossey entertained the Akiyuhapi club at dinner Tuesday evening at 1 o'clock at the Jefferson amber room. Red roses and white narcissus centered the t a b l e - a n d Valentine appointments were used. Contract bridge was played with high score prizes going to Miss Bo.rnic.ce Benish and Miss Ann Hebel. Mrs. Jack Murray was a guest. SHAMPOO, RINSE AND WAVE . . . that's the formula for a new outlook on life. The best spring tonic you can buy. PERMANENTS, $1.95 $2.75, $3.75, $4.50 Swing Hem Princess Frock GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY The Lines of This Smartly Styled Frock Are in the Currently Popular Princess Mode. You'll get' lots of joy wearing this spirited princess line coat dress of lovely neutral beige crepe. The front buttoned closing will give you height. It will give your dull winter wardrobe a spring-like air. And you'll wear it later, when spring arrives. The soft white satin pointed shirtwaist collar has two tabs that button prettily at the throatline. The cuffs match the collar. Your friends will also admire you in this dress of a bright crepe print. You'll make it in a jiffy. There's a step-by-step dressmaking guide included in the pattern. You've lots of cottons and linens to choose from for a summer frock with short sleeves. Style No. 3053 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 30, 38, 40, 42, 44, 4G, and 48 inches bust. Size 3G requires 4 yards of 39-inch material with r !i yard of 39-inch contrasting. 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 ten cents a 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 new models. Boole costs ten cents. Send for it today. Book and pattern together twenty-five cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue New York City. LUNCHEON HELD COMPLIMENTING R U T H A. I R O N S Miss Ruth A. Irons, who will be married on Saluday evening to irnest A. Hayes of Mount Pleasant, was honored at a luncheon »iven Tuesday afternoon at the lome of Mrs. R. E. Homey, 426 j'irst street southeast, with" Mrs' 3. E. Harrison, Mrs. Draper Long, VIrs. Carleton Stewart and Mrs. Romey as hostesses. Red tulips and white narcissus decorated the luncheon table and he smaller tables were centered vith red tulips. Bridge was played during the afternoon and a gift vas presented to Miss Irons. Mrs. Sumner While has invited iuesls for a luncheon Thursday afternoon at the Euchre and Cycle club in the Hotel Hanford for Miss ~.rons. Out of town guests will be arriv- nE' 'Friday for the bridal dinner Friday evening at the home of Mr. ind Mrs. Irons. --o--· COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES AT OSAGE OSAGE-- Licenses have been issued here to Wendall M. Cross, 20, Charles City, and Loraine C. Robinson, 16, Osage; John Krebs- Dach, 24, and Madeline Hommez, 20, Osage; Leslie H. Garrison, 22, Rochester, Minn., and Bonnie Mahler, 21, Mazeppa, Minn.; William E. Ryan, 41, and Eunice E. Clark, 42, St. Paul, Minn. COULTER GIRL TO WED IN WEST COULTER--Miss Viola Ladegaard who was given a pre-nup- .ial shower nt Ihc home of Mrs. -ewis Borcherding, left Saturday for Clmio, Cal., where on Feb. 20, she will bd married to Froda Jorgenson. Miss Ladegaard is the daughter o£ Niels Ladegaard of Coulter, and has been employed n the Deaconess hospital as nurse the past 3 years. They will reside at San Mateo, Cal. 4 S. Federal Phone 281 COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES TO WED GARNER_The first marriage licenses issued during the month went to Harold Rockow, 24, Garner, and Norma Wille, 22, klem- me, and to Harold Evans, 28, and Cora Mae Maslerson, 23, both of Corwith. Film Shown ' at Program ofHadassah Youth Aliyah Projects Seen at Benefit Event at Y. M. C. A. Activities promoted through the Youth Aliyah project of Hadassah, Women's Zionist organization, were shown in a motion picture sponsored by the Mason City Hadassah chapter Tuesday evening at the Y. M. C. A. Through the Youth Aliyah movement, refugee Jewish children from Germany, are taken to Palestine where they live on farms, working in the fields part of the time and studying and engaging in recreation. They are given vocational training to prepare them for earning a living. The film showed the children arriving in Palestine and depicted a typical day in a children's village. In addition to the film, the pro* gram included two readings by Mrs. Louis Wolf, "A German Mother's Farewell to Her Son," and "Sundown." Miss Bertha Bloom, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Wolf, sang "Palestine, My Palestine," and "Eli- Eli." Mrs. Sam Richer presided during the program which was given as a benefit to raise funds for the Rothschild hospital on Mount Scopus in Palestine. --o-DRE YER-D O HR M ANN. HAMPTON--The marriage oJ Miss Ethel Dohrmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Dohrmann, and Walter George Dreyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dreyer of Latimer, took place Saturday evening at the home of the bride's parents northwest o£ Hampton. The Rev. E. H. G rummer, pastor of the Lutheran church at Lalimer performed the ceremony. The bridegroom is engaged in farming near Latimer. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to Arthur L. Dixon, 31, and Gladys M. Nicolet, 28, both of Thornton, and Martin Wolff; 38, and Hattie Hanson, 23, both ot Albert Lea, Minn. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 tOURTESY AND SAT1SFAOTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Final Clearance All Wool SNOW SUITS to 11 .95 We ve Reduced Prices fo the Lowest Level m This Fmal Clearance -- So it's to your advantage to buy now. AM wool, warm suits in a variety of colors, styles and sizes at savings almost unbelievable for these quality suits. SEE YOU TOMORROW" STERLING SILVER Start a foundation set in Sterling. Add to it on gift occasions. Valentine's Day, Sunday February !4rh Let Your Valentine Be a Box of Fresh Cut Flowers or a Potted Plant From 9 s Greenhouse

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