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March 4, 1939

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

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-- J.tJ.^i.OWlN V^/ll . MARCH BRINGS VARIETY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Handicraft Department Will Meet Woman's Club Board . Session Is Planned for Tuesday Morning Lent flu, poor sleighing, clui meetings, spring clothes, the com mon cold, lent, board sessions, am Easter on the way, to say nothinj of St. Patrick's day--take you choice. The one you grab will b just like the one you didn't grab if you can feel that way about it For the week, the swami sees'in the crystal bowl two Women's club meetings, one for the boarc and one for the hanaicrafters Board members will meet at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning at'the administration building. Handicraft Over In the afternoon the handicraf department's last meeting will be held from 1 to 5 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Projects in the various articles being made by members will be completed. Woman's club members are looking forward to their March general meeting to be held on March 14 at 2:15 o'clock when Dr. Henry C. Link, author of "Return to Religion" will speak. Gilbert and Sullivan fans wil have an opportunity to enjoy themselves Tuesday evening when the high, school music departmen presents "The Gondoliers" under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith Board Meeting v The Little Theater board has a meeting scheduled for 7:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. The regular Little Theater meeting will be conducted on Friday evening, March 17 at the P. G. and E. auditorium Preparations are going forward for the hobby show for girls to be conducted March 21 to 25 a the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. C. R. Messei is genera! chairman of he even which will be the show which is in its fifth year. The North central district meeting of the Parent-Teacher association will be conducted in Mason City on March 24. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Pauline Simon, 1014 West State street, has returned from a six weeks' vacation trip to Arizona and California. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Mary Marcus of Des Moines. * 3 * Mrs. Arnold Tilton and children, -Marcene and Warren, 113 Monroe avenue southwest, are spending the weekend with Mrs. Tilton's mother, Mrs. Minnie Wentworth at Oskaloosa. Miss Mynnie Brunei-, Miss Wilma Reinertson and Miss Mary Sommers of Your Beauty Shop planned to leave Sunday for Chicago where they will attend the Hairdressers convention at the Sherman hotel, returning to Mason City Thursday. --o-CENTRAL HEIGHTS 500 CLUB MEETS Mrs. Augusta Frenz entertained the Central Heights 500 club at lier home Friday evening. High score prizes went to Mrs. Herman Frenz and William Grover and low to Mrs. Paul Hsynolds and Lyle Bruce. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Ml Our Work Guaranteed GOOD WORK at LOWER COST Mason City Laundry Co. IPHONE 738 iWhat EVENTS TO CALENDAR C. A. After 5 O'Clock Four candidates were initiated into. Queen Rebekah lodge Friday night in the I. O. O. F. hall, by the staff with O. F. Repp as captain. Mrs. Blanche Bailey sang "In the Garden," accompanied by Mrs. A. L. Ready, for the ceremony of draping the charter in UE , 0 ^^,^^, uuf A;--An ad- memory of Mrs. Ellen Evans, who dress by Mrs. Sadie Orr Dunbar had been a member for 62 years. Washington, D. C., president of Miss Marjorie Jones, noble the General Federation of Wo- grand announced the meeting of men's clubs, and a discussion of the class for instruction each the Cause ana Cure ot War con- Monday night m the I. O. O. F. ference will feature the business hfall i/ r ° m j t0 \ ° MT 0 ^,'" Cha ^ ge mee «"S °f the Io wa federation of Mrs. Roy A. Washburn, in- board in Des Moines, March 9 Etr m£ i. i- , and 10 - jt was announced Satur- The next meeting of the lodge day } ?i M ? e TM eld °" March ^ Mr r s ' Three luncheon addresses con- Ma " de Ma* 50 " announcEd the b cei TM»B the recent General Fed^', J-,^ LJbe "| flt Card u part ?, to be Cation board meeting will also held Wednesday m the hall. hold a share of the limelight -Refreshments were served by Otherwise the sessions will deal Mrs. Bertha Eeholra, chairman, with administration business with and committee after the meeting much discussion centered on the Friday night Several out of city biennial convention to be in Dav- guests were present. enport this May, according to Mrs Eugene Cutler of Des Moinesi president of the Iowa federation. T. B. Association Joining with the Iowa Tuberculosis association, the Iowa Federation group will honor Mrs Miss Ellen Smith of the h i g h Sng'of the'fiiTday Tf The Des Moines sessions. Mrs. H. C. Houghton, Jr., Red SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY Occident club-1 o'clock, Mrs. H. L. Campbell 234 Ninth street northwest, Mmes. E. F. Vincent, E. E. Hunter, P. Jacobson and F. F. Potter, l e s s o n , Mrs. H. S. Beemer. Monday Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. F. A. Kehm, 4D2 Second street southwest. Child Study club- Mrs. A. V. Clapper, 510 Madison avenue northwest, program Mrs. C. N. Wanamaker, D. E Randall, H. C. Brown. Hiautauqua club-Mmes. W. T. Sinard, C. E. Cornwell, Jay Lorenz, George Senior, hostesses. laria Mitchell club-Mrs. H. C. Metcalf, 616 Madison avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs W. P. Merkel. londay club-Mrs. C. C. Vail, hostess, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, lesson. Twentieth Century club-Mrs. H. J. Steinberg. 020 Washington avenue northwest, current events, Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick, lesson, Mrs. H. L. Jackson. Good Cheer lodge-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. entral Parent Education group 7:45 o'clock, Administration building, Mrs. Vinnie Christensen, lesson, social hour, Dutch treat. oycc Kilmer club-8 o'clock, Eadmar hotel, Kath- ryii Bailey, Mrs. Harry Neu hostesses, Milly Daly, Cleo Gorman, Mrs. I. R. Weaver, lesson 0-IO club-8 o'clock, Mrs. Clarence Wag- ner, · east. 515 Ninth street south- TUESDAY Woman's Club board-9:30 o'clock, Administration building. Wa-Tan-Ye club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford Handicraft department--· 1 to 5 o'clock, Y. W. C. -\ Idl-R's club-1:15 o'clock, Jefferson amber room. Matinee IWusicale-- Y. W. C. A., program, Mrs. Roy Peyton, Miss Marjorie Smith. W. R. C.-2:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Chicago N. W. Women's club-2 o'clock ,elubrooms. Tu-Spot club-6:30 o'clock, Jefferson amber room, Genevieve Catr, hostess. O. E. S. Unity Chapter No. 58-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple. Clio club- Mrs. John Shipley, 114 Third street northwest, lesson, Mrs. - Dean Lightner. Bethlehem division 1-Mrs. Henry Groh. Catholic Daughters of America-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Moose lodge-8 o'elook, Moose hall. Harding P. T. A. board-7:30 o'clock, school. WEDNESDAY "Vfeandcr club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. A. J. Smerdon, 816 Tenth street northeast IV. A. T. club-1:30 o'clock, Mrs. S. M. McKee, 1438 Hampshire place northeast dessert luncheon. Company, Dealer Weds North lowan CHARLES CITY--Miss Lorene E. Schoenmann of Blackton became the bride of Merrell G. Smith, Jr., Charles City at a ceremony performed Saturday in Des Moines. The two are Grinnell college graduates. Fortnightly club-1:45 o'clock, Mrs. G. A. Smith 819 East State street. Inlercreek club-Postponed. Social Hour club-Mrs. C. M. Bauman. T. C. T. U.-2:30 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. Calvary Guild-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Charles Hazlett, 1020 Tyler avenue northwest, silver tea. V. F. W. and Auxiliary-6:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall, dinner, meeting at 8 o'clock, Mrs LaVonne S t e v e n s , chairman; reservations phone '680, cedar chest gifts. Bethlehem division 2-Mrs. Emil Best, Mrs. John Eberhardt. L. A. P. M.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, benefit card party, Mrs. Maude Maxson. Woodmen Circle Beryl Grove No. 7:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock, Moose hall. THURSDAY Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom, Mrs. Everett Smith, hostess. Triple T club-1:15 o'clock, H o m e Tearoom, Mrs. A. J. Smerdon, hostess. Immanuel South division-2 o'clock, Mrs. Axel Wallskog, 107 Twenty-ninth street southwest. Wesley Ladies' aid-2 o'clock, Mrs. W. C. Kellar, 303 Twentieth s t r e e t southeast, Mmes. Ernest Olson, Fred Graham, assisting. Baptist Gildner division-2 o'clock, Mrs. Ira Searle, 242 ,,, Eighth street southeast, Mrs. Rebekah "circle-Lloyd Searle. assisting. Central P. T, A.-2:30 o'clock, school, annual committee reports, musical program th l- Ured businessm TM does after 5 o'clock? were presented and also the reports~7nd~ h'n'lT^oo*- "'",* u " w ffiSMsma aw J^KS M lYiiud .0.3*:^ Jane oavier, Jean, pibp Qinnv r^t-i* «wi n* i-. -T Baumgartner, Bill Armstrong, Hesselfchw^rrtf Vr ? ' ml1 Harold Johnson, Murray. Lawson Blemila! p±S' Bill Wright, Roger Lawson, Bill BiennHl nmL, ^ Thompson, Ruth Jones,, Virginia Mrs Penrl Bennett B m T ^ " Bringolf, Joan O'Neil Hubert city- M l s A T TM / , IoWa Cabeli, Clark Sweetser, Lee Lus- Q iv : Mrs Rnh li F"' °''TM ge t e[ j *-»y, iurs. HOD Hoy Cerney, Ma- Following this, Mrs. Sears of De" MoSes^nrt ^1 ^S""?' the Hamilton typing department ,"!? Davennort presented 75 word-per-minute Kxeciitlve hnarrf ivr ^ , typing awards to Mary Huggles of Heed CrllL- TM ^T^-' 3 ' ? art ffsr.^ss^sA.'S sa-sSKag William -- · -- KeHogg · tH han ? S are discusse d by the contract class in the 1 theT '"" StrU £ t0r ' Mrs ' Mar * Carroll Around e Trinity Roosevelt circle-2:30 o'clock, church parlors Mrs. Gisle Johnson, hostess. Athenian clu RAINBOW GIRLS EXEMPLIFY WORK Mrs. W. B. McGrane, 420 Fourth '"OR ROCKFORD stree^southeast, Mrs L T5m Phal- Members of the Masc,, v.uy Rainbow assembly drove to Rock- i. * ~ 1-^-^0^^^ iw ford Friday evening to exemplify Aether for home reading, some of »v,_ i-_ii-i:_^ , .»... . ^ J which have been published in the en. Miss Margaret Kelly program. G. I. A. Jo B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Women's Labor bureau-2 o'clock, Labor hall. Novel club-Mrs. Edmund Dunlop, 222 Sixth street northwest, tea. Energetic class-Congregational church. Hanford Ladies' aid-4 o'clock, Mrs. James Pedelty. Women's Calliolic Foresters 7:30 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium, election of officers. Garfield P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, candy sale. Baptist D. O. A.-7:45 o'clock, Johannsens, 1102 Hampshire avenue northeast Central Lutheran S. E. group 8 o'clock, Mrs. Ben Dittke, 111 Carolina avenue southeast St. Cecelia's circle-8 o'clock, Mrs. Greg Wolf, G23 Carolina avenue southeast R. N. A:-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Harding P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, fathers' night. FRIDAY Junior Service Guild-1 o'clock, church, Mrs. Cecil Boyer, Mrs. Jay Tubbesing. reservations, Mrs. C. R. Marsh, program. Christian Workers-Church, d e v o t i o n s , hostess, group 1. Presbyterian Missionary society-1 o'clock, church, Mrs. R, B. Girton, chairman. Mary and Martha circle 2 o'clock, Mrs. William Johns. Twenty-first street ton, 245 southeast. Baptist Baker division -' Jersey avenue southeast. Trinity Garfield circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. B. A. Rankin, ·» -·""· *^. .j. -i»miwu, iviuiijei-oauy i^are ^ b 18 Maryland avenue southeast, meeting will be at the 2:30 o'clock, school. - can cover a multitude or bombings,' Chinning by pupils of Mrs. W. B. McClellan and Miss Ellen Smith. i real lowan iovesr"lsii't~thereT° 2:30 o'clock, I. O, O. F. hall Calvary Guild-2 o'clock, Mrs. A. Finer, 1509 Browning society- Pennsylvania avenue northeast, L. A. P. JI.-. I. O. O. F. hall. a s e Star and Masonic lodge there. " visor, and Mary"~Gourfey" J fafttT be stressed in Parent-Teacher pro had charge of the initiatory cere- gram , Bruns. f *·*"· vjidiiK* vjiii-- ^-lu^idjii iiitfmes lor vm acted as chairman of the com- meeting closed the day mitiee. There were about 40 Ma- green room of son City guests present. Moines. The annual school of instruction will be held March 29 and Mrs. Efhel Ballard of West Union will instruct. HIRS. JOHN ..,,,,...,,,,,,, HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. John W. Huffman was honored at a surprise birthday party at her home, 638 Adams avenue southwest, given by her daughters, Miss Marguerite Huffman and Mrs. William Hinrichs. Games were played during the evening with prizes going to Mrs. Gerald Ferris and Mrs. Harold Thomas There were 25 guests and refreshments were served with Mrs. Albert Hedgecock, Miss Louise Waber and Mrs. Ferris assisting --o-SUNSHINE CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Fifteen members of the Dougherty Sunshine club met at the E. · «-^i««i -.r V, , , ,, "-"··* auuaimie CIUD met ai me K. 1?«. ' IrS " Ma ^ el Barr - 64 ° G ' D °"gherty home Wednesday Jersey avernip ^mitVi^acf *«.. ,, «-.n- _ __ _ _ . . ^ a ^ a J for a follow-up meeting on ' C h i l d - D e v e l o p m e n t " a n d 'Mother-Baby Care." The next neeting will be at the Jlilford Logan home March 16. There were six guests present. SATURDAY 6 o'clock. Mrs. R. B. Irons, Miss Luelda Carlton, hostesses, Miss Marie Mendenhall, leader. Four Members Taken Federation into Queen Kebekah TT~« A 4- "D Lodge at Ceremony UeaCl t0 be 'GONDOLIERS" CAST PRESENTS SKIT AT SCHOOL jchool vocal department and a group from the cast of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, "Gon- Oair"foi : mpr"nv«iS. 1 nt" I iw' I1 V"'l a doliers," which the high school Knutson ri P ,,- T ftl ; M "i °^ will put on Tuesday evening en- gStaS* W W i ^ z editor nf^f' tertainedjhe Hamilton school as- Iowa aub Woman,' wnfgh-e tfae sembly Friday afternoon/A few three luncheon'addresses ' of the special songs _and dances Various committees will stories must be original; borrow- M rs' ings from radio contests will be barred. . ,,,,. ,,,,.-. LYDIA BARRETTE , Virginia Madigan, Ruth , S SPEAKER AT P. T. A. MEETING Margaret Barrette", librarian, attended the state board Collistel- of Spencer, , called for a brief report of the library committee which Miss Barrette heads. not aoie to oe at the meeting so ,, "*' ««"BRauix! Miss Barrette told of the general HONORED AT PARTY Members of the Mason r;tv Hsts and bcok nofe s that she and A F , nends M Mr. and Mrs. Paul ot me mason City Mrs Murray have prepared to ~ Anderson, 232 Taylor avenue lists and book notes that she and Frien ds of Mr. and M Mrs. Murray have prepared to- Ande rson, 232 Taylor a v = l l u = northwest, gathered at their home the ballo"tlng- a nd"?nitrato^"work i vhich have been Pufalished'in'the *£ a surprise party Friday eve- for the Members of the Eastern Icwa Parent-Teacher. She also ?("]£ on *? occasion of their twen- c "- - - " eastern ra!se( 3 the question of how fer tieth.^wedding anniversary. A mock Mis s -M aX 7ne"Huir worthT'ad- «« educa «°» * Plants should Ltfand^f ^ ^ ^ L --, ,_ _ _" 'J a " tr =tres;prf in p=^nnt-Ta,,,,%,. aneii and Mr. and Mrs. John mony at which MarceneT TiitoiTre- The most interesting reports and ceived the degrees. '""" ' " " - - Among those who were intro- --· ..«..«..=.. i, ii= duced were Betty Stevens, grand Wll]iar " Crambit of Ottumwa is « " - - - - chairman of the legislative com mittee and she feels that th .. -- _ M^~**J ^n;vcii, giant nope; A. R. Lenz, Rainbow dad Florance Rohr, mother advisor --- ---.0, --a. m, Mrs. F. Batty of Rockford, worthy teacher's annuity bili will be re matron: W. Bei-ry. worthy patron; P ol 'ted out of committee soon but, Mrs. L. Hall and Madeline Brink- she fears, with a reduced appro ley, former Rockford Rainbow Priation. The marihuana question --o-- ferine Keister played a violin j^i^^SS^^ SS^gTM,, solo, accompanied by Arnita brought^, a_l £0j aid1 for depend- ^SriJl cKe" at the Har- , - ent children and the care of the till. i.tij Lunch was served at the olo^p insane. ., - , -~ v,-' of the. evening. Mrs. Graner Cai- ^a^mes for *._ state ffig^ ^ w^^ ine going to Mrs. Charlie Hayes and Des Mrs. Jim Nugent. Lunch was served. in Hotel Fort WithBoard Mason City Women to Have Part in Des Moines Meeting DES MOINES, IDPA)_An ad- offer . Hunt, Ottumwa: Mrs. _Channing Smith, GranKer,- Mrs. ti. --H. Ireland, -Logan; Mrs A. D. Weise, Manning; Mrs. Fred C. Lovrien, Spencer; Mrs. Ralph rallman. Creston: Mrs. Henry Taylor, Bloomfield: Mrs. Leon K Knight, Decorah; Mrs. George W Pritchard, Onawa; Miss Blanche Wmsate, Des Moines; Miss Lulu I , H. Green. Des , ,, .,*,, u ^ ^ f c x - U W M L U _ * ·**«"· * ' i W l * V t O , iVAJ meeting of the Iowa Congress of aTa J'er, Des Moines; Mrs. ,,. ... Parents and Teachers in Des P oc TM~. Des Moines; Miss Gather- Moines: Mrs. Max: H. H Dockr -- --. uu _*.%,*..] Hi i^CO * ·,-, * ' "··"-" "*J 1 i»AJ33 \_-rt LI Itjr--· Moines Friday when Mrs. Ethel mc Br °wn. Des Moines; Miss Julia president, ^^"f° n 'J )es Moi nes; Miss Edith McBeth, Des Moines; Mrs W H ( j Davidson, Burlington; Miss Harriet Lake, Des Moines and Inde- She works closely in this com- K^f 1 , ^V El i? Me ,J¥ ne} y mittee with Mrs. Frederick Mur- £ ?S v and MrE - D TMaW Evans, ray of Cedar Rapids, chairman on Des Moines home reading. Mrs. Murray was not able to be at the meeting so PAUL ANDERSONS Eickelkamp and a gift was presented to the Andersons. The af- dis7ussVo-ns-cenfe7ed 15 aro 1 ui l Tegi;- gjLJSf ^^ M "^ ° £ 3 lation, state and national. llr, ^the ^Is^^a^tSISI March H on a vacation trip to Florida. Enroute they plan to visit in Washington and Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kvuse- mark of Oklahoma City were out of town guests. old Milnes home, Sixth place O^V^» J frjf COURTESY AND 5ATISFACT1O It. (Reynai and HStahcockT $2.50.)" Girls' Easter Fashions Outfit your little girls in these oh-so-smart spring fashions especially designed for girls with a flair for style. Coats and Dresses Price Range From * I 'See You Tomorrow Monday)" proofing the outside by painting (Mail to Washington, D. C.)

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