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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 1 ^ ; -- -- · · . . , *""vvro ^ji i i ·\Mii\joct-\jf AliKl I K ' ^^^ WOMAN^CLUbJOARD DISCUSSED HOSPITAL CARE PROJECT Departmental Meetings to Be Conducted 'Carl Sandburg Wai Be Heard at General Meeting March 10. At the board meeting of the Wo snail's club Tuesday'afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. a recommendation of the civic cpmmitte concerning the matter of a free hbspital bed was approved to be referred to the vote of the club at large at'.tho next general meeting. The recommendation reads '-We Imow that pur present available funds warrant only' a small beginning and that we could not possibly candle a full time bed at this time. However, we could use a certain amount of money for some special work which might be the beginning of a greater work in tho years to come. · · . · - . . ... · ; . . - . . . ' .. For Maternity Care. "We recommend that the Mason City Woman's club set'aside $350 for a free bed at our local hospitals to be used for maternity cases. The patients shall be worthy women having- no facilities for proper care to be selected.by Mrs. Mable Blaise secretary of the Social Welfare league, and . two members of'the fiirin nnrvi-miff-an n ·*·*·. nt*. 4-%«v w.. AI- - civic committee appointed president." by the Word F o r u m A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Invited. By Mrs. E. E, Hunter A speaker, in a recent lecture here startled several listeners and sent them hurrying home to · their , dictionaries to .look up the wore hysteria (his-te-ri-a). They founc that he was right, that it has the accent on the second syllable anc the E is long as in tea. The I's are both short as in it and the A is like the A is ask. Hysterical is a different matter. The word is divided thus, his-ter-ik-al. The accent still falls on the second syllable but sinca it comes after the R, the E is short 83 in ebb. You have probably been pronouncing the latter correctly. How about the former? The committee members include Mrs. .G. A. Romey,. president; Mrs C. L,. Marston, Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. C. E. Dakin and Mrs Charles Barber.. The recommendation .will be voted on at the same time the election of officers will be held, directly after the lecture by Carl Sandburg Tuesday evening. It was voted to change the time of the lecture'frbm 8:15 o'clock to 8 o'clock. 17 when Edward Rowan will speak and show an exhibition of modern painting. Mrs. J. L. Pauley announced that Mrs. J. Curtis Amen will be the speaker at the next book review department meeting. Mrs. Archie Peterson reported for the outdoor life department which yill meet March 11 for a talk on 'Iowa Parks" by Mrs. R. H. Volland f Iowa City, member of the state )oard of conservation. . .Plans were made for the April fen'eral meeting 'and it was voted that .the tea given then be in honor f the new officers and the out of town members. At this meeting" lona Burrows of Iowa Falls will give a half hour's piano recital and a one act play ; will be presented by the drama department. ' " "' Departments to Meet, tentative plans for a meeting March Denmark Minister's Daughter Bride Copenhagen Church Cuban Music Discussed at Club Session Matinee Musicale Meets at Y.-W: ; .G. A. for Program. , At the meeting of Matinee Musicale Tuesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. the lesson on "Cuban'Music" was presented by Mrs. Berlha Patchen and Mrs. Enoch Norem. Mrs. Don Wells acted as hostess. Mrs. Ray Prusla gave current events. Mrs. Norem "discussed the tiistory and characteristics of-. the Cuban '-people which furnish a background for their music. She played two Cuban, dances by Rafael Pastor, "Pina" and "Zapote." Mrs. p. Z. Smith accompanied by Sirs. Patchen sang three songs, .'Faithless" by Tejado, "Love and Sorrow" by Jorda and "To A Cuban Maiden" by Suentes. Mrs. Fat'cheu ~layed a group of Cuban dances'by Cervantes. Mrs. Norem played three piano numbers by Pedro Blanco,-"Inter- media" "Serenata" and "Capricho." diss Ruth Stevens played a "Cuban Rhapsody" by Jose Echanez. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE ''15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Social Calendar WEDNESDAY in COPENHAGEN, Denmark, March 4. UK-^Miss Virginia Booth, daugh- Mrs. F. B. Woodruff reported ter of the American minister..to Den- that the art department is making mar!c . was married Wednesday af- *,,,,*,,*.· ,_--,. .. -_ ? ternoon in a religious ceremony to W. D. Vogel of New York and Milwaukee. The ceremony was performed at St. Alban's church by Bishop Fulham. A civil iservice was performed Tuesday. Among the guests were representatives of the nobility of many countries. The bride entered on the arm of her father, who gave her away. Jack Booth, the bride's brother, was best man. He is soon to marry Miss Winifred Wessel, daughter of the Chilean ambassador. After the ceremony the guests went to the American legation'for supper and 'dancing. , _ - ' , , _ , Mr. and Mrs." Vogel will'leave Copenhagenvtonight for an automobile tour of France and Jtaly before starting for New York.'.'' WAGNER-SHREVE DUMONT, March 4.--Zora Shreve and Ollie Wagner were married and are moving into the Everett Hutchison house. · ' Expert-- | watch repairing engraving J and stone setting. Prompt ·^--·service at the lowest prices. I tAIl work guaranteed. M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Feomen-- 7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Luther League-8 o'clock, church parlors, Peter Erickson, hostess. Mrs. THURSDAY « e* -FAST WAlt PAPERS 1st . 2nd. 3rd . 4th . 5th . . Lowest prices, 4c single roll, and up. . Lite-Fast colors. . .Clean, white, strong stock. . Perfect hanging. . Perfect appearing patterns. .Largest variety of all styles, ail'colors, nil grades. You Can Buy Enough of Sidewall, ceiling and border to completely decorate a room d i /\ i 10 by 12 by 8 feet high for as low as $1.1)1 (Michael ChruaQn. 5 South Federal Ave. Mason City Spring Can't Begin 'Till You Have Your N E W HAT! WHAT HATS! THEY GIVE YOU SPRING FEVER. D "^ m*,' 8hl ? y Ramles cbarmeuse, toyo panamas, mllang Pinned wrth little pins, caught with quaint flower clusters, trailing soft swishing feathers, sporting tiny veils. All the new hate. . . and certainly yours is in Crawford's collection. . ROUGH STRAWS AND CONTRASTS ARE NEW $5.00-$7.50 ~$io.oo Crawfords Millinery Dress Shop 118 North Federal -- Mason City Hanford Ladles aid 1 o'clock, Mrs. Klsa Stevens. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid _ 2:30 o'clock, church parlor, Mrs. C.- D. Squier, hostess. ' Sana Souci club 1 -1 o'clock, Mrs. . H. L. Campbell 234 Ninth street northwest. U-Delt 'Em club-2 o'clock, Mrs. F. K. Preston, 319 Rhode Island avenue southeast. JL. S. Bridge club-8 o'clock, Mrs. S. H. Elliott, 806 Monroe avenue northwest. ..Garfield P. T. A;-- ' 7:30 o'clock, school, talk by Superintendent R. B. Irons on "Our Responsibility to Our Children." SOROSIS .club-Y. W. C. A., Mrs. Stauart Grummon, Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne, MrH. ·Frank Norris, hostesses, election [at officers. Women's Labor bureau -, Z:30 o'clock, Labor haU. taimanucl Dorcas 'society -- ^ v2:30 o'clock, church, 'Mrs. B.' T. iErholrh, Mrs. H. Herfindahl, Mrs. Carrie Erickson, hostesses. Immanuel Martha society -Postponed. · Tri-Deck Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Norbert Kroll, 811 . Monroe avenue northwest R. N. A __ 2 o'clock, JJrs. C. A. Budworth, 517 Fourth street southwest, Mrs. H. F. Cassiday, Mrs. Bert Winter, Mrs. Lillian Barney, hostesses. * Cee Dee Bridge club-.2 o'clock, Mrs. Ed Schlick, 610 Connecticut avenue southeast. Olivet Ladies aid--. , 2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Alta Lantz, Mrs. Esther Leewright hostesses. · St. James Lutheran Ladies aid -Church, Mrs. Henry Lunsman Mrs. Max Mueller, hostesses. East State Street club- Mrs. William Findiay, 835 East State street, Mrs. Lara Gulbran: son, Mrs. Ed Velr, Mrs. Sam Veir Mrs. r T. Babcock, assisting hostesses; "British Isles," Mrs. W. H Hathorn, "England and Ireland " Mrs. W. G. Schrader. Athenian club-Mrs D. W. Daly, 430 First street northest, current events, group 4 lesson, Miss Margaret Kelly, election of officers. New Idea club -- PATTERN 2115 " -,"..' . B y ANNE ADAMS The woman of mature figure can solve her clpthea .problems if she Will choose frocks designed especially for her. Such a model is sketched today. The diagonal bodice closing, the "soft blouse above a snug hip. line, the low- placed graceful godets, are details that will reduce her apparent proportions. Note, .also, tiny shoulder and back neck tucks adding ease where most necessary. Pattern 2113 makes up beautifully in flat crepe with small, inconspicuous print on a dark ground. The lace vestee and the colorful bodice binding- lend a dainty touch. ' . May be obtained only in sizes 38 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 38 requires 3% yards of 39 inch fabric. No dressmaking experience Is necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size, and simple, exact, instructions are given. . Send 15 cents in coins or stamps (coins preferred), for each pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted.: - -. · , - : The hew spring and summer pattern catalog- is now ready. It features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas ' a n d kiddies' clothes. Price of catalog 15 cents. Catalog. Avith pattern,' 25 cents. Address all mall and orders to Globe- Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth Street, New York City. -·- BITS ABOUT'EM -.--·, · R °y Armentrout, Washington avenue northwest Thursday Bridge club-Mrs. T. A. Burke, 328 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Get Together club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E/B. Hersey 1S09 Carolina avenue northeast Novel club-- ." · Mrs. Burton Bagley, 610 North Federal avemie, Mrs. Floyd Osmundson, "Angel Pavement." Portland W. C. T. TT.-Mrs. E. M. Norris. Madison P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, plav bv mothers. · * ·" * Beryl Grove, Woodman circle-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A Mystic Workers-8 o'clock. Labor hall. GABASHEWIN GmLS ELECT OFFICERS Mildred Mulhern was elected president of the Gabashewin Camp Fire group at the meeting at the Harding school. Eulalia Vasbinder was elected vice president} Mildred Lantz, secretary-treasurer, and Phyllis Wood, publicity agent Plans were made for a.candy sale and a play was chosen to be given later Basketball was played following the meeting. YOUNG PEOPLES UNION TO PRESENT i Mrs. A. L. Rule and Miss Editn Rule, 11 Rock Glen, returned Tuesday from Long Beach, Ca]., where they visited Mrs. Rule's mother, Mrs. Brady. Mrs. Rule, who left Mason City about Jan. 1, visited for some time in .-'Seattle, Wash., where Miss Rule was at that time employed as publicity manager of the Bainbridge players. * * * Cedric Willson, consulting engineer of the. Consolidated Cement company, Kansas City, Mo., has left for Omaha, Nebr., after spending several days with his mother, Mrs. Rosalie Wlllson, 314 Pennsylvania evenun southeast, t , ' * . * . » Mrs. C. E. Cooper, 630 Eighth street northeast, spent Tuesday in Britt where she was the guest of Mrs. C. F. Wigton. * * · Mrs. John Senneff, 9 Beaumont drive, and Miss Lydia Barrette, 418 First street southeast, left Wednesday for Des Moines to attend tho annual board meeting of the - Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. Mrs. William Hathorn, 654 East Stato street, who is also attending th2 meeting, left Tuesday. They will all return to Mason City Thursday evening, · - « * » Mrs. Tom Igou of Des Moines arrived in Mason City Tuesday to visit her father-in-law, J. E. Igou, 403 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Tom Igou, Des Moines, and George Igou, Rapid City, S. Dak., have returned to their homes after spending several days in Mason City where they were called by the illness of their.father, J. E. Igou. . ' Mr. and Mrs.- Francis Odle, Charles City, have returned to their hpme after visiting with Mrs. Odle's mother, Mrs. A. B. Goerdt, liy, Delaware avenue southeast. * * * Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Odle, 321 Madison avenue northwest, have returned from Mt. Vernon where they visited their daughter, Josephine a student at Cornell college. ' *' * * Mrs. George Henely, East State street, left Tuesday evening for Chicago where she was called by tho illness of her brother. BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR DONALD WASS Mrs. C. G. Wass, 321' Monroe 'avenue northwest, entertained at a birthday supper Tuesday evening at her home in:honor of her son, Donold, who was celebrating his eleventh birthday. The guests included Robert Woodard, Robert Leaman, Stanley Rivedahl, Robert Parker WiUard and Robert Thorsen and Robert Waas. ..;* NOWETONPATEMIN GROUP HAS MEETING Members of the Nowetonpatemin Camp Fire group met with Josie Dunlavy, 28. Fourteenth street northeast. Honor beads were distributed and strung and games which had been planned by the entertainment committee including Leah Lee and Katherine Bye, were played. Miss Anna Boschert had charge in the absence of the guard- San, Mrs. Harold Jennings. HOSIERS s\foi tocE, IT' Members of the Young Peoples Union, will give a' musical Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Baptist church. The membership includes young people from the Bap. tist, Congregational, Church (K Christ, Evangelical, Methodist and Presbyterian churches. serat,mart JYZ "There is, of course, a distinct style trend in'hosiery. Fashion specifies the correct shades, the right texture, the *CDuhone effects that are in vogue. Hosiery'As You Like It' is always alert to the mode of the moment. It sives you lovely stockings that are not,only properly sheer, but unusually strong and serviceable -- made with extra care to assure extra wear!" $i .25 J. up HOSIERY "AS YOU LIKE IT" FUUMOfflMH) economy HOSE «R THE W O M A N WHO KNOWS/ Stetmu. Shoe Gt DEPENDABLE: ·05 - NO. FEDERAt AYE. MASON CtTY - IOV/A High School Pupils Play at Meeting Wa-Tan-Ye Club 'Member Hear Program of Music. High school students in th musie department under Gerald R Prescott gave a musical program for the members of the Wa-tan-ye club at the Hotel Hanford Tuesday - - ' _ The numbers consisted of a bail tone horn solo by Gladys Sperrv accompanied by Arlene Powers: a violin solo by Harry Schulmaa accompanied on the'piano by his sister, Molhe Schulman, and a saxophone solo by Durward Smith no- companies by Lucile Atkinson These students are to compete in the state musical contest which is to be held at Iowa City. An invitation' was read from the Mason City'Business and Professional Woman's club to meet with that organization March 11 when Miss Emily Kneubuhl; national ex- --·'·-- secretary, will be the In the last issue of "The Wa- yan-yan," the official paper of the Wa-tan-ye . clubs published at Clinton, appears an article ' on Reminiscences of a Pioneer Nurse" % ^ Ss £° }ly L - Story, a member of the Mason · City club. MISS. STELLA~DtJLL HOSTESS AT PARTY Miss Stella Dull,- 303 Fifth street southwest, entertained at a double birthday party Tuesday evening in honor of Lawrence Magoon and her brother, George Dull. Cards were played during the evening and refreshments served including two birthday cakes. IVtASONIC CRAFTSMAN CLOB IS ORGANIZED Tom Skipsey is president of the newly organized Masonic Craftsman club and John Strom is secretary- treasurer. Thru the efforts of the members a band is being formed which will be directed by C. F. Weaver. Marriage Licenses ' Issued to 12 Pairs in County in Month A L L I S O N , March 4.--Twelv marriage licenses were ' issued bj C., L. Schellenger, clerk of the dis trict court of Butler county; .during February. They are . as follows M. Freeseman, Jr., and Dina Frances Aswegan, Parkersburg; Ross ,Rob ert. Stilson, Hampton and Genetta Marie VanNest, Sheffield; Calvin Jacob Clauson and Anna Wilhel mina Diiger, Stout; George Aalderks, Parkersburg, and Katharine Schlpper, Aplington; William Jerry Undeman, Arlington, and Dena Kramer, Parkersburg; Dick Jerry Lindeman, Aplington, and Anna T.iepkes, Parkersburg; Clark C Myers, Waddams Grove, HI., and Agnes Cripe, Chetek, Wis.; Ollic Ray Wagner and Zora Bemadine Shreve, Dumont; Dan Lindaman Sristow, and Pauline Ethel Ger- lardt, Aplington; Thomas Theodore 3auman and Laura Louise Wub- )°na, Allison: Lloyd Louis Luft and Viola Mae Sornsen, Parkersburg; Ernest Wilbur Zesch, GUman, and 3pal Elizabeth Mohr, Marshall:own. WALTER DAMROSCH CLUB STUDIES VICTOR HERBERT At the meeting of the Walter 3amrosch club at the home of Evelyn Nelson the "Life of Victor Herbert" was studied. Tests were riven and gold stars axvarded to Esther Nygren and Marguerite tearns. Gretchen Weber won first lace in a music contest. Piano selections were played by Evelyn tfelson and. Mable Van Hecky and Jretchen Weber gave a vocal solo. Mrs. Annes Nelson served refreshments. MIDGET MUSICAL CLUB HOLDS FHIST JWEETING At a meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Theo Marie Pick- ord a club was organized with its membership comprising children who are taking piano lessons. The lub was named the Midget Musical lub. During the afternoon piano elections were given and a number of records made by child artists were played. Mrs. Lyle Pickford is the sponsor of the group. i HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Asparagus Au Gratin The Dinner Menu ·Asparagus Au Gratin Baked Potatoes j Biscuit Peach Jam ; Cabbage Salad Surprise Caramel Cake' Coffee Asparagus Au Gratin, Serving 6 Two cups diced canned or fresh asparagus, 5 tablespoons butter, 3 tablespoons flour, 3 cups milk, 1 teaspoon salt, % teaspoon paprika, 3 tablespoons chopped, cooked celery, 2 tablespoons chopped, cooked onions, 3 tablespoons chopped pimentos, 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, 2-3 cup grated cheese, y s cup rolled cracker crumbs. Melt butter and add flour. When blended milk and cook until creamy sauce forms. Stir constantly. Add asparagus and seasonings and pour into shallow, buttered baking dish. Mix cheese and crumbs, and sprinkle over top. Bake 30 minutes In moderate oven. Serve in dish.in which, baked. j Cabbage Salad Surprise Six slices canned pineapple, 2 cups chopped cabbage, 1-3 cup diced marshmallows, % teaspoon salt; M, teaspoon paprika, % cup salad dressing. Chill ingredients. Arrange pineapple on serving plates. Pile with rest of ingredients- which have been ·iiixed together. Serve at once. This s a refreshing salad and one that blends well with fish, fowl or meat. Caramel Cake. One-third cup fat, 1 cup light brown sugar, 4 tablespoons caramel syrup, l egg, 1 teaspoon vanilla, % :easpoon salt, 2-3 cup milk, 2 cupa flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder. Cream fat and sugar. Add rest" jf ingredients and beat three minutes. Pour into shallow pan fitted vith waxed paper. Bake 30 minutes n moderately slow oven. Cool and rost, ' GOODSELL-BUSHBAUM DUMONT, March 4.--Pearl Bush- aum and Ray" Goodsell have re- urned from Mason City, where they ·ere married. SMARTER STYLES, BETTEB QUALITY FOR LESS MONEY SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND iTH EVBRV JM?KCHASE ' " _ A Beginning Thursday MIRIAM CROSS WEEK Dre§s $20.50 each Coat §29.50 ,eacti. Dress $29.511 -v; Three- Plece Dress S39.50 YEAR-'ROUND KNITTED COSTUMES EXCLUSIVE WITH LUNDBERC'S 85 S . have at least one in her wardrobe at all times. Choose from sizes llto opal pink * REPRE SENTATIVE WILL BE HERE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SAT , MARCH 5, 6 AND 7 TO INTRODUCE THE NEW alpffiCB SuS? AND HELP IN SELECTION AND FITTINGS

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