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April 4, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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APRIL 4 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN" 'I/ i \ t( ·y 'S 3 Engagement of Clarion Girl Public Miss Bernice Bernard to Be Bride of Wayne F. Browning. CLARION, April 4.--Miss Bernice Bernard of New York City, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Bernard of Clarion, announced her engagement to Wayne Ferris Browning, Jr., of Houston, Texas, to a group of friends at 11 West Tenth street in New York City Monday night. Among those who attended the party were Miss Elizabeth Fatherson of New York City, who formerly lived "in Clarion, and Miss Ruth Alden Johnson of Auburn, N. Y., OH,- yes, it's very sporty to walk. Oh, no--not in ordinary shoes. Walk.in Cobbies and you'll walk in beauty and in comfort. Like all Red Cross Shoes, they're made to fie your "walking'.' feet--and your "sitting" feet. · Still priced at $6.50. Th. IUCCANEER Wife Preservers If your rubber glove for the right hand begins to wear out before the left one, turn the left one inside out and it will fit the right hand. Do the same to the right glove and it will fit the left hand. who was Miss Bernard's roommate when they attended school at Northwestern. Mr. Browning is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ferris Browning of Danville, HI. Until recently he has been employed at Wanamakers' in Philadelphia, but he has now become assistant manager of a Grant store in Huston, Texas. Both Miss Bernard and Mr. Browning were graduated from Northwestern university in Chicago in 1931. Miss 1 Bernard is a member of Delta Delta Delta and of Beta Gamma Sigma, national commerce sorority; and Mr. Browning is affiliated with Delta Upsilon and with Delta Sigma, national commerce fraternity. At her graduation Miss Bernard received a fellowship to New York university in New York City, where she received her master's degree in retailing in 1932, and a membership in Eta Mu Pi, honorary scholastic professional fraternity to uphold and develop ethics and science in retailing-. Since her graduation she has been employed as charge pro motion manager in the credit department of the central division of the, Abraham and Straus store in Brooklyn. The date of their marriage has not been definitely decided. --%*---Attend Wedding Anniversary. SWALEDALE --Mr. aond Mrs Milo Hoskins spent the week-end ai Hubbard. They attended the goldei wedding anniversary of Mr. anc Mrs. William Risse, aunt and and uncle of Mr. Hoskins. --*·*-- College degree: A handicap that makes some men ashamed to take the kind of jobs they could get-Davenport Times. Instruction, Inspection for Chapter Mrs. A. R. Lenz Will Conduct School Saturday for 0. E. S. Seventy attended the meeting of Unity chapter Tuesday night in the Masonic temple. A social hour with refreshments followed the meeting. Mrs. F. J. Crawford, worthy matron, announced a school of instruction for Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock, conducted by Mrs. A. R. Lenz, instructor of district No. 2. Dinner will be served at 6 o'clock instead of 6:30 o'clock as previously announced. A special meeting will be held in the evening for inspection and initiation of four candidates. The members of Unity chapter have been invited to attend a group meeting at Charles City on April 16, conducted^ by Mrs. Pearl Mae Fluegal, instructor of district No. 3. Reservations for the 6 o'clock banquet at Charles City may be made with Mrs. George M. Buck, by April 10. Unity chapter will be the hostess chapter for the group meeting of district No. 2, in charge of Mrs. Lenz, on June 7 in the high school. A dinner will be sponsored by Unity chapter in the dining room at the Masonic temple prior to the group meeting. T--Style Show Bridge Will Be Sponsored by junior Hadassah At the meeting of the Junior Hadassah Tuesday evening in the Jewish Community center, plans were discussed for the April project, style show bridge. In May the organization will sponsor a mother-daughter banquet. Rabbi L. Block spoke to the groun on the organization of a choir which will sing for the Fridaj night services. RED CROSS SHOESO A complete showing of these famous shoes featured here during . . . . FOOT HEALTH WEEK NICHOLS GREEN "WHERE THE GOOD SHOES COME FROM" 1934 Fashions Decree that every smartly dressed woman must have a FUR JACKET To complete her wardrobe. Come in and see our large stock of Jackets in the latest styles and colors at reasonable prices. FOOT HEALTH WEEK and Selby Arch Preserver Shoes step right along together These shoes are built different than other arch shoes. The comfort features are patented and cannot be duplicated. They're features that take away that tired feeling from your feet and put youth in your face. Our x-ray fitting tells the story. Will you let us show you? Nichols Green EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES IN THIS SECTION Social Calendar ENGAGEMENT TOLD The engagement of Miss Berniee Bernard of New York City, daughter of Dr.. and Mrs. R. D. Bernard of Clarion, to Wayne Ferris Browning of Houston, Texas, was announced at a party given by Miss Bernard in New York. No date has been set for the wedding. Voice, Piano Recital f o r Music Group Matinee M u s i c a l e Club Meets at Home of Mrs. Weston. Mrs. Frank Pearce and Mrs. B. Raymond Weston presented the program at the meeting of the Matinee Musicale club Tuesday afternoon, at the Weston home, 21 Rock Glenn. Mrs. Morris Laird, a guest of the club, played a piano selection, "May Night" by Palmgren. · Mrs. Pearce played a group of piano numbers including, "Danseuses de Delphes" be Debussy, "Allegretto Movement" from Beethoven's ointh sonata. "Evening Whispers" by Schumann and "Valse in D Flat" by Chopin. Mrs. 3. E. Stlnehart played an arrangement of the Chopin number by Rosendahl. Mrs. Pearce concluded her selections with "Melody" by Charles G. Dawes and "Trois Preludes" by Chaminade. Mrs. Weston's share of the program opened with the singing of "Floods of Spring" by Rachmanin- Helping Contest Fans WEDNESDAY Presbyterian All-Church Night-6:30 o'clock, covered dish supper O. A. R-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Seba Vail, 223 Tenth street northwest, reports of state conference, national de f ense, Mrs. C. E. Chenoweth, Mrs H. F. Pool, Mrs. Louise Barton hostesses. Wartburg Luther league-Postponed to April 11. P. E. O. DZ-- 8 o'clock, Mrs. B. F. Weston, 71C Adams avenue northwest, com rnittee, Mrs. E. H. Wagner, Mrs H. J. Steinberg, Mrs. G. M. Wood ruff. A. M. C. and B. W. 7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall Spanish War Veterans auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Yeomen-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. THURSDAY Mercy Hospital Alumnae-2:30 o'clock, Mercy Nurses home Ex-Regents club-1 o'clock, Mrs. R. B. Girton, 33 Maryland avenue southeast, lunch eon. Tri-Deck Bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. R. A. Laurie 1020 Pennsylvania avenue north east. History club-Mrs. S. A. O'Brien, 932 Adams avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. B. W. Conover. L. U. G. A. club-Mrs. Roy Ward. K. N. A. Health club-2 o'clock, P. G. E auditorium, Mrs. L. G.- Bird, Mrs. H. F. Goodwin, Mrs. C. Heir, Mrs. Fred Arch. O. N. O. club.-Mrs. Ralph Birch, 1418 President avenue northwest. East State street club-Mrs. L. T. Bowen, 644 East State street, Mrs. J. A. Wiley, Mrs. Cora Dunn, Mrs. Mattie Palmer, Mrs. C. H. Johnson, hostesses; current events, Mrs. B. S. Potter lesson, Mrs. Alice Brown; music, Mrs. A. M. Halsor. W. M. T. club-2 o'clock, Mrs. H. Bruns, 215 ' Ninth street northeast. B. and O. circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. G. H. Dandelet, 1427 President avenue northwest. Past Noble Grands-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, Mrs. Win Nutting, Mrs. G. H. McKague, lesson; Mrs. A. C. Holly, Mrs. George Hubacher, Miss Hattie Bohanan, Miss Rose Joyce, hostesses; Mrs. R. A. Washburn, parliamentary 'drill. Immanuel N. W. division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. J. Olson, 302 Taylor avenue northwest Park Hospital alumnae-2:30 o'clock, nurses home. Novel club-Mrs. Draper Long 204 Crescent drive, lesson, Mrs. F. W. Osmundson. Athenian club-Mrs. T. R. Phalen. 510 Fifth street southeast, current events, Mrs. S. C. Deyoe, Mrs. L. C. Perkins, lesson, Mrs. D. W. Daly. Sorosis club-Mrs. D. H. Convey, 31 Oak drive, Mrs. Cora Kotchell, Miss Ida Stilson. Cosmopolitan club-7:30 o'clock, Y M. C. A. Immanue! Martha society-8 o'clock. Ellen and Olive Larson. . 309 Tenth street southwest, i Fidelity Life association-i 8 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W, C. A. ieneral Federation "Asks You Another" in List of 25. Almost every day contest fans come to the library to look up material to help them win prizes. Word builders are particularly popular. Recently a woman appeared asking for a little help on a nationwide contest in art. Iowa has been noted for corn and hogs and it would be interesting if some clubwomen could give it a place in the study of art. The first 25 of the art questions in "Are You an Art Scholar?" list put out by the General Federation of Women's clubs follow: 1. What epic poem deals with the subject of the Trojan war and who is credited with its authorship? 2. In what European art gallery is the Venus de Milo? 3. Give the name and writer of the Greek tragedy which Eugene O'Neill used as the motivating theme in his trilogy "Mourning Becomes Electra." 4. What actess of Russian birth scored a triumph in her portrayal of "the wife" in the Theater Guild production of the O'Neill trilogy? 5. What is the Sheng? 6. What great Greek dramatist best represents Old Attic comedy and what one of nis plays has been, revived recently on the American stage? 7. Where did the earliest Christian painting appear? 8. Who was called the "Father of Italian Painting?" 9. What Italian poet of the Middle Ages has been styled "The Christian Homer" and what is his mosl celebrated contribution to literature? 10. The "Pieta 11 is the work o1 what great sculptor and where is it located ? 11. What book is regarded as the most artistic literary production in the Bible, ranking among the greatest epic poems of the world? 12. In the resplendent personality and superb work of what great Italian painter do we find the best expression of the spirit of the Renaissance? Name two of his most famous paintings. 13. Who is called the "Father of English poetry?" 14. How long was it after Columbus discovered America that Martin Luther nailed on the door of the Castle church in Wittenberg his celebrated 95 theses? 15. What German composer is called the "Father of Modern Music?" 16. What is a fugue and who developed it in its highest form? 17. What French satirist of the fifteenth century created the literary characters "Gargantua," Panta- gruel" and "Panurge?" 18. On what English poet did Queen Elizabeth confer an estate at Kilcolman, Ireland, and what great work of his was written there? 19. Who is called the "Father of the Symphony" and when and where was he' born ? 20. Give name and composer ol the musical drama, written for the marriage festivities of a king, which became the "first opera" to introduce this art form to the world What year? 21. Name the three classes Into which the musical instruments of an orchestra are divided. 22. Name the conductors of the following orchestras: New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony Philadelphia orchestra, Chicago or chestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic. 23. What is tempera? 24. Who has been generally credit, ed for having discovered oil as £ medium for painting ? 25. What two small panels representing early Flemish art were re- off, followed by "Dream Lure" by Elizazeth Wilbur Bentley, "Clouds" by Earnest Charles, "Tally-Ho" by Leoni, "The Linnet is Tuning His Flute" by Bauer, "Vespers" by Simpson and "Coming Home" by Willoughby. In conclusion Mrs. Weslon read a poem, "Little Lamb" by Blake for which Mrs. Laird played an accompaniment. Teachers and Parents Unfair to Expect Child to Be Like Her Sister By BROOKE PETERS CHUKCH Molly was not happy in school and she showed it in poor marks and insubordination. Her teachers and parents were puzzled, lor the child's older sister had been graduated! from the same school with honors only the year before, and equal achievement had been expected of Molly. It was just there that the trouble lay. Someone was always saying, "Why, Molly, I'm surprised. Your sister would never have done that until Molly began to hate the sound of the older girl's name, and was inspired to do the opposite of what was expected of her. Of course a little more tact on the part of the teachers would have helped matters. But such tact is too much to ask of human beings. In a moment of irritation the indi- vidous comparison was bound to come out. It is hardly fair to ask a child to live up to the standards set by an older sister or brother. Relationship does not necessarily mean sim- larity. Molly's talents very possibly were quite unlike Sally's, and lad she ,been rated on her own merits instead of by the artificial standard of her sister's accomplishments, she might well have struck out along a new road of her own and made a record too. Often it is wiser to send children to different schools, even at the expense of extra trouble, to avoid thi danger of hampering one with th other's reputation. If such a coursi is not possible, certainly every precaution ohould be taken to avoid mixing the identities of the two children. The teachers should be warned beforehand that the same interests and talents must not be expected, but that each child must be allowed to develop in his or her own way. Will Meet Thursday. KENSETT--Mrs. Bennie Knucl- son, Mrs. Arne Luckason and Mr§. Marse Larson will entertain the U. L. Ladies' Aid in the church parlors Thursday. They say the radio kills popular songs in six weeks, so there's some good in it.--Kewanee Star Courier. cently acquired by the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, by whom were they painted and from what noted European art gallery they come ? NEW DEAL PRICES REDUCED · a t HOTEL HANFORD and up Special Rates to Permanent Cafe Charges Reduced Breakfast 20c to 45c Luncheon Sac to 50c Dinner 60c, 75c, §1 Quality food, plus excellent service and low prices make our cafe an ideal place to dine! "Where Mason City Entertains Her Guests" TAD MARTIN, Manager Formerly Hotel Davenport SAY "GOODBYE" TO CLOGGED / SALTCELLARS! Now--by switching to Morton's Salt--you can say goodbye forever to choked saltcellars. Made with cube-shaped crystals, which don't stick together in damp weather like the flake crystals of ordinary salt, it's practically unpowble for it to form annoying, wasteful lumps I Morton's is also a fuZfarrantftA salt, and thu» «oe« farther because yenutetaa. Plain or iodized--lOe. WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS Don't ask for salt--ask for Morton's!, AGAIN-HERMANSON BROS. PASTEURIZED MILK Was Chosen For Demonstration at the Globe-Gazette Our pasteurized milk has been used exclusively in the cooking school for many years--because of its quality. Drink more milk--but be sure it's safe--pasteurized. campaign STOCKING RUNS JANE, MRS. (GOLDSMITH, NANCY and BARBARA are worried about constant stocking runs. They decide to mate a test--perhaps the Lux way of washing might cut those costly runs down. JANE and NANCY carry on the test. One pair of_stockings is washed after each wearing _with Lux--the other pair rubbed with cake soap. THE GOLDSMITH FAMILY isn't bothered by constant runs now! The Lux way of washing cuts down on runs, so that stockings stand even strenuous activities like skatingi jdP"~fei v "With Lui, |^8§jiy stockings fat -j(j?i don't go pop - all the time!" /BARBARA "Lux is good news for my allowance!" ANNB "Lux is swell --it's wonderful economy." NANCY "With Lux, my stockings fit better- wear longer." JANB "We cut them down 64%" says MRS. GOLDSMITH Four active girls in the family . .. expensive stocking runs all the time ... then a Lux test by mother and daughters that cut runs way down! · That's the story Mrs. W. DeL. Goldsmith has to tell. She and her girls made a simple stocking test. Each took- two pairs of stockings, washed one pair with Lux, rubbed the other with cake soap. Their records showed 64% fewer runs in the Lux stockings than in the ones rubbed with cake soap! Why don't you save money this way? Lux saves stocking elasticity, so the silk gives instead of breaking so often. Cake-soap rubbing and soaps with harmful alkali weaken elasticity. Lux has no harmful alkali--safe in water, safe in Lux! MY HUSBAND'S SOCKS-Mrs. Goldsmith adds: "I'm washing my husband's socks just the way we do our stockings and it's amazing how much longer they wear. I like Lux for wool socks, too, because it doesn't shrink or fade them!" Save Stocking£lastidfy wit/i

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