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February 16, 1937

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JI SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16 · 1937 DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE WILL CONDUCT MEETING Play to Be Subject of Discussion Mrs. R. E. Romey Will Be Speaker Wednesday at Library. Woman's club members will attend a literature department meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the library assembly at which Mrs. H. E. Romey will be the speaker. Mrs. Romey will review "St. Joan o£ Arc" by George Bernard Shaw. This wilJ be the next to the last meeting of the literature department for the year. On the final program which will be given March 17, Mrs. G.'-E. Harrison and Mrs. C. Frederick Beck will be the speakers. The time of the meeting has been changed from 12 o'clock to 2 o'clock and the last meeting will also be held at.2 p'colck according to Mrs L. J. Strahan, chairman of the department. This will be the last Woman's club meeting for February. A number of interesting events have been arranged for- March and April. BEHLMER-CRAWFORD ALGONA--It was learned here thaE Wesley Behlmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behlmer, and Anna · Belle Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Crawford, near "Whittemore, were Married Feb. 9 at Lake Superior, Wis., where "Wesley is employed in a beauty shop. Mrs. Behlmer was graduated from the Algona high school and Mr. Behlmer from the St. Cecilia's Academy and the Thompson School of Beauty Culture iri Des Moines. New Classes Being Organized at Y. W. in Gym Departmenl A new gym and swimming clasi for matrons will be started at th Y. W. C. A. on Tuesday, March 2 and will continue on Tuesday an Thursday afternoons for a perioc of two months. The class will begin at 1:30 o'clock with a 45 minute period o£ weight normalizing exercises and continue with badminton. The swimming class wil begin at 2:15 and run until 3:00. Those who care to may enrol for just the swimming class. From that date there will be no morning class in swimming for matrons. A beginning tap dancing' class for matrons and business girls has been started on Wednesday evenings at 7:30. Any others interested in joining the class should enroll before Wednesday of this week. ·--o-- COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED HAMPTON--Marriage licenses were issued to Alfred Christensen Miller, 22, Latimer, and Martha Hansine Lund, 19, Coulter; Clauss Wiener, 27, and Mary F. Johnson, Geneva; Delmer W. Pyle, 23 and Dora F. Saylor, 19, Hampton; Burl C. Ratcliff, 22, and Frances V. Burns, 18, Hampton Olai C. Nelson,.25, Vining, Minn, and Norella A. Scheffler, 20 Barncsville, Minn. --o-JOHNSON-GOLL KKLEMME--Miss Emma Goll daughter of G. A. Goll, and Leroj Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A C.. Johnson, were married Feb. 1 at the Klemme Reformed church by the Rev. C. Grosshuesch. The 1 were attended by Mr. and Mrs Roger Schlawin. A wedding dinner was served a the Garner cafe. . After a shor. wedding trip they will be at home on the G. A, Gol! farm southeast of Klemme. SAUDI Delicious/ Refreshing 52 Present for College T Banquet Charm Sister Project End at Affair Held at Y. W. C. A. Fifty-two College "Y" mem bers and guests were present a the ctarm sister banquet hek Monday evening at the Y. W. C A. with Miss Helen Hamilton president, acting as toastmaster. The program included two lov songs by Miss Jean Schoby, ac companied by Miss Elizabetl Schiebe. Miss Hamilton read College Y "scandal sheet." Miss Luelda Carleton, speake o£ the evening, talked on "Th Road.of_the Friendly Heart." Mis Carltton paid tribute to the fel lovvship developed in the Colleg Y. Miss Helen Fischbeck led in tha singing of old songs and the ban quet was concluded with the ex change of the final charm siste gifts by which the identity o charm sisters was revealed. The tables were decorated ir Valentine style with candle burning at each place and red ant white tapers centering the tables Favors for the party were mad by Miss Avis McArthur of De Moines, last semester's president o the club. ·Miss Edith Blissett, Miss Jeai Johnson and Miss Joan Gilmor were guests. Y. M. F. C. PARTY HELD AT CHURCH Fifty-two attended the Y. M F. C. party at the Church o Christ, Monday evening. After a short business session with Nei Garrison, president, in charge the time was spent in games anc contests. Mrs. Raleigh Birch won the child calling contest. Members demonstrated or told their pet peeves. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by the committee, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engebretson and Mrs. Joe Ditzler. DEGREE OF HONOR HAS CARD PARTY Degree of Honor Protective association held a card party Monday evening in Moose hall. Bridge irizes went to Mrs. J. Troub, Mrs. Dtto Williamson, Frank Ward and -. Sheets and 500 prizes to Mrs. 2. Finn, Mrs. Anna Lytle, Leland Finn and J. M. Johnson. Mrs. C. t. Loomer won the door prize. For One Week--Feb. 17 to 23 We Will Allow You FOR YOUR OLD OVERCOAT toward the purchase of any overcoat in our store, the sale price of which is more than $25. ' " This'allowance is in addition to the reductions already represented in our sale prices. ·All overcoats tak'en in will be turned over to'the Social Welfare League for distribution. Here is an opportunity to kill three birds with one stone: I. You Save $5 Plus. . 2. Some,deserving man gets your coat. -3. We reduce our stock. Get Yours This Week Get to Know Home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Coat For House or Beach GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City · By DIANA DAY Slenderizing Princess Model Has Variety of Uses Depending Upon Material of Which It Is Fashioned. Would you believe it? You can use this pattern for a house coat, evening coat or a beach coat. It depends entirely upon the fabric you select. This slenderizing princess model is cleverly styled to add height to your figure. The sleeves puff up to make the waist seem slimmer. As a house coat, warm flannel in bright shade is very smart as well as practical. For relaxing in the luxurious manner, make it of glamorous satin crepe. Then again, it's simply adorable and so young looking in a gay cotton chains print. For a beach coat, choose a tyro- lean cotton print or plain bright linen or terry cloth. Upholstery fabrics, velvet, heavy faille taffeta, etc., are stunning for evenings. You'll find the illustrated dressmaking chart included in the pattern a marvelous time saver. It shows every step in the making. Style No. 2875 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46-inches bust. Size 36 requires 6% yards of 39- inch material. Send fifteen cents (15c) (coin is preferred) lor 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 D ° not send to Mason City but new models. Book costs 10 cents, address Globe-Gazette Pattern De- Send for it today. Book and pat- partmenf, 160 Fifth avenue, New tern together 25 cents. York City. Social Calendar TUESDAY Triple D club-7 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Mrs. Harley Hansom, hostess. Police Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. H. Oulman, 215 Seventh street northeast, Mrs. Oulman, Mrs. Ernest Linnenkamp, hostesses; ,VJiite Shrine-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, guest night, cards, Mrs. George O. Farrar, reservations. ;iio club-7:45 o'clock, Mrs. S. R. Bowen, 103 Connecticut avenue southeast, Mrs. F. C. Lovell, leader, Vilson C. S. C.-8 o'clock, Mrs. R. L. Bailey, 1104 Second street southwest, lesson, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, Mrs. R. O. Storvick, Mrs. R. C. Weaver. Moose loQBc-- 8 o'clock, Moose hall. tumor Iladassah-- 8 o'clock, Jewish Community Center. Phoenician club-8 ' o'clock, Miss Eleanor Irons, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, lesson, Miss Eleanor McLaughlin. WEDNESDAY Our Saviour's Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. F. Wilson, hostess. Northwestern Women's club-7:30 o'clock, P. G. and E., benefit card party. Coterie club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. E. W. Schilling, Mrs. John Leibold, hostesses. O. T. T. club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. I. W. Hillstrom, hostess. P. E. O. Chapter GN-1:15 o'clock. Mrs. Artemas Brown, 225 Ninth street northwest, Mrs. Milton Bergland, Mrs. W. Schmidt, hostesses, Mrs. Bert Brett, lesson. P. E. O. Chapter DZ-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. W. Barclay, 322 Madison avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. Harold Jennings. Oweso club-- · 1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Leo Allstot, 103 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Calvary Home Missionary society 1:30 o'clock, Mrs. George Sharp, 1016 Quincy avenue northwest. St. Katherine's Guild-2 o'clock, Mrs. George Landed:, 802 Third street southwest. Literature department-2 o'clock, library assembly, play review by Mrs. R. E. Romey. Central Lutheran West proun-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. D. K. Lundberg, 75 Beaumont drive. K. B. cmb-- 6:30 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom. Hariline C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, "Family Safety and the Community," Mrs. G. E. Harrison, leader. Church of Christ Missionary circle 7:30 o'clock, church parlors, meeting in charge of men. L. A. to B. of R. T.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall, card party. Crescent club-8 o'clock, Y..W. C. A. --O-r; MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to Walter Gratias and Florence Weitze, both of NOI\T Springs; Herman W. Punke, 23 and Vinnie E. Klein, IB, both of Marengo: and Donald Petei Blowers, 21, and Nolle Delgrande 21, both o£ Hibbing, Minn. 66 Children Are Seen in . Performance J a c k s o n School Pupils Stage Operetta at Roosevelt. Miss Mildred Jackson, supervisor of music in the Mason City ;rade schools, presented (16 children from the kindergarten, first, second and third grades of Jackson school in the operetta, "Honey Pirates," Monday evening-in the Roosevelt auditorium. The scene opened with the bees, Mary Lou Baldup, Dolores Manlove, Norvilla Matson, Marjorie Davis, Shirley Gardinier, Betty Banks, Deloris Flatness, Frances Goad, Marion Best, Jeancttc Geer, Joyce Sclvmivz and Luanna Moen, singing their morning song. Queen Gives Warning. Carol McCullum as the queen bee warned them that the bear, Bruin, was trying to steal the honey and summoned Officer Buzz, Constantino Kregolis, and Drowsy Drone, Betty Haddy, to watch for him. Vivian Corey, Wil- rnyth Everist, Dale Jorgenson, Bernard Ryan. Orville Nettifee, James Campbell, Herbert Boothroyd, Virgil Winters, Roger Ward and Billy Fields appeared as drones. Marjorie Davis took the part of the sun and Wava Isaacson, the moon, Sarah Bell Gilson, the evening star, and Dcloris Major, Shirley Gorham, Frances Franklin, Janelle Tobsing, Jean Wood, Chnrlotte Gustafson, Betty LOII Cliarnberlin, Phyllis Norris, Shirley Milbralh, I v a j a n e Hcclgecock, Clarice Bowers, Beverly Zcijjler and Donna Sec, stars. Sandman Overcome. Philip Monahan, the sandman, was overcome by Bear Woof Woof, Roger Jansen, who put the queen and her subjects to sleep. Assisted by the other bears, Richard Billings, Gerald Winter, Richard Loomer, and the cuckoo, Orvin Paulson, he stole the honey. The Canterbury bells, Dorothy Buhl 4 , Henrietta Schrader, Lois Ruth Needham, Betty Jane Johnson, Harriet Percy, Ruth Champlin, Alberta Percy and the blue bells, Glenys Schmilz, Bonnie Odegaard, Ruth Yvonne Lunning, Rose Mary Clausen, Delores Dunning, Jeanette Myers, Maureen Archer, Delores Winters, Marjorie Willscher, Bessie Sue Bull and Margot Bruns, rang as the morning wind, Joan ValentineT" blew them about. Theft niscnyefecl. The theft was discovered and the bears arrested. The queen intervened for them and the operetta ended happily. Miss Jackson was assisted by Miss Mamie Dreblow, accompanist and the Misses Esther Werthenbach and Erna Stoltenberg, instructors of songs, Miss Eva Scott, director of lines, and Miss Bertha Wassom, manager of stage properties. A matinee was given Friday afternoon for Jackson and Roosevelt pupils of the primary grades and grade 7. Lois Clawson took the part of the sun at this matinee. Another matinee will be given Thursday afternoon for pupils of grades 5, 6 and 8, .--o-Soon of late every gnod man realizes that he is a fool. The winners are those who realize it soon enough.--Davenport Times. Kilmer Club Holds Panel Discussion "American Architecture" Is Topic o f , Meeting. Joyce Kilmer club met at the Leone McGhee tea room on Monday evening with the Misses Gertrude Deeney and Evelyne West as hostesses. The lesson on "American Life in Architecture," presented in the manner of a forum, was led by Florence O'Leary. Asserting that "We are not dreamers, but builders," Miss O'Leary showed how the spirit of working America is reflected i n - t h e factories, offices and terminals, how the new methods in education demand appropriate settings and how progress in the theater world has brought improvement in stage scenery. The Colonial Home. Since we generally think of the colonial home as .typically America, Miss O'Leary described the general plan of such a house and mentioned the types of furniture, dishes, ornaments and fabrics which may be associated with the colonial era. Miss West spoke of the educational phase of architecture telling of the importance of the physical layout of schools, including lighting, acoustics, air conditioning and ramps to meet the modern health program needs, the curriculum of vocational subjects and the nursery schools. Government Project. Miss Avis Gregory talked on government projects in housing, speaking of the suburban program started on the outskirts of three cities, Milwaukee, Cincinnati and Washington, to help eliminate the tenement districts, to provide for the family of small means. Housing, street systems, and the needs of community life have been taken into consideration. Extremes in house plans were illustrated in the current event topics by Mrs. I. R. Weaker who reported on the ?150,000 modern home in Des Moines built of steel, concrete and glass by Earl Butler. Miss Vera Burns told o£ the remodeling of an old home in Salem, Mass., to meet the requirements of a house seen on a magazine cover. A lunch was served at the close of the evening. CHILD STUDY CIRCLE MEETS AT MADISON. Madison Child Study circle met at the school with Mrs. J. W. Johnson, the president, in charge of the short business session. Miss Elvira Peterson led the lesson on "Family Safety and the Community." Miss Eleanor Prescott, first grade teacher, explained the new manuscript writing used in the schools. There were 21 present for the social hour and refreshments were served by Mrs. Ted Fairer Miss Carrie Pfahler, Mrs. Charles Swanson and Mrs. Carl Donovan. --o-CATHOLIC FORESTERS CONDUCT MEETING Women's Catholic Order of Foresters met at the home of Mrs. John Jandersitz, 1421 Washington 'avenue northwest, Monday and after -the business session, Mrs. Dan Durkin presented a gold chain and cross to Mrs. Irving Elstad, the chief ranger, who is leaving for Fort Dodge to make her home. The remainder of the time was spent informally. Prizes; went to Miss Cora Dormedy and Mrs. Dan Sullivan and refreshments were served by Mrs. Jandersitz and Mrs. James Coyle. GAKFIELD C. S. C. MEETS AT SCHOOL Garficld C. S. C. met at the school Monday evening with Mrs John Nelson leading the lesson on ' F a m i l y Safety and the Community. The safety work in the schools was discussed and Mrs. Cora Kotchcll spoke on poetry, illustrating the difference between old fashioned and modern verse. During the social hour, a geography contest was held with the prize going to Mrs. John Cunningham. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Max Rhode and Mrs. Edwin Keller. --o--· MOE-BRUE LAKE MILLS--Miss Clara Blue daughter of Mrs. C. Brue, and Morton Moe, son of Ole Moe were married Feb. 14 at the Salem Lutheran personage by the pastor the Rev. O. R. Sletten. They were attended by Miss Orn Brue, sister of the bride, and Clarence Moe brother of the bridegroom. The weddding dinner -was served at Albert Lea, after which Mr. and Mrs. Moe left on a trip to Des Moines and Waterloo. After March 1 they will reside at the Hovciand residence. Mrs. Moe has been employed in the Farmers and Merchants State bank and Mr. Moe is a salesman for the Kingland Motor company. --o-Anniversary Is Observed. WESLEY--A group of thirty- eight neighbors and friends gathered at the August Carman home Sunday evening where a joint silver wedding anniversary and birthday party was given, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Carman, Mr. Carman's birthday falling on St. Valentine's day. Five hundred was the diversion of the evening, followed by the serving of a two course lunch served by the hostesses, Mrs. E. M. Olson and Miss Lorraine Carman. WIFE PRESERVERS Use your electric fan in winter to air and fluff feather pillows and down comforts. WEDDINGS TAKE PLACE AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA--Marriages performed at the Little Brown church include one read by the Rev. A. Van Behschooten, Marble Rock, for Vera Koehler and Clarence Grove, both of New Hampton; and those of Juanita Betterson, Washington, and Wayne Stransky, Wellman; Lygia Stuer, and John R. Elmore, Elmer, Minn. New Officers Named 1 by Junior Christian Endeavor at Church Junior Christian Endeavor of the Church of Christ met at the church with Bobby Lou Peterson in charge of the lesson. Election o£ officers was held with Robert Ulen being elected as president; Roy White, first vice president; Bobby Lou Peterson, second vice president; Arlcen Garrison, secretary; and Lavon Garrison, treasurer. Twenty-four were present. Installation of newly elected officers is planned for next Sunday's meeting, with the Rev. D. L. Kratz in charge of the service. Robert Ulen will present the lesson. LONG-SCHIPULL BURT--Martha Schipull a n d Clarion Long were married at the Lutheran parsonage here Monday afternoon, the Reev. L. Richmarm officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shipler. They will.make their home on a farm near Burt. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 eOURTESY AND SAT1SPA8T10N WITH EVERV PURCHASE FROM HARPER'S BAZAAR The New 'Marinette' Knit Dresses and Suit Samples will be on display here Tomorrow (Wednesday by their representative The new Spring Styles in the new weaves are shown in a profusion o new colors. You may make your se lection from these sain pies in the style, weave and color for your indi vidual taste. Visit this display tom o r r o w (Wednesday) for your Spring- Knii Dress or Suit. OF KMTTED WEAB Yoll Tomorrow" ^ She's gone to tune up her taste with Just try NVheat-Oata and you'll harp on It's taste-tempting flavor. It's doubly delicious because it's a perfect blcntl of your two favorites, wheat and oats, the best of both. Enjoy \Vheat-Oata once and you'll string along with it for life. Sticks to your ribs, too; Keeps energy UP the morning through; Ac your grocer's. Costs less than */li a serving. GIANT SIZE ( 6 0 SERVINGS] 25C WHEAT-OATA! PACKAGE RALSTON WHEAT- DATA Cooks '-in 3 rtilfuf^i. OATS AND WHEAT · IT'S GOOD TO EAT 221 Sixth Slrcct S. W. merly lived at .27 Twenty-second street southeast here. little, later she repeated the request I The body was taken to the Pat-] 5 Soujh Fi and received thji same reply, then)tei'son funeral home. .. 1 ''AU . Fc3cra!'~AvcT " "·" . " "" ~ "Mason"City"I ·AUTHORIZED EXCLUSIVE AKRON TRUSS 'FITTER

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