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February 17, 1937

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 17 · 1937 RECEPTION IS PLANNED FOR NEW GENERAL SECRETARY Miss Simms to Be Honor Guest at Y T. N. T., T u s a l a t a and Crescent Clubs on Program. Miss Kathleen Simms, new general secretary at the Y. \V. C. A., will be honored at a reception given Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the Y at which all business girls will be guests. Presidents of the T. N. T., Tusa- lata and Crescent clubs who are Miss Dorothy Arnett, Miss Cleone Kollman and Miss Berneice Reynolds, with Miss Myrtle Cardey, president of the Young Women's Council, Miss Esther Pagenhart and Mrs. Ira Stinson, president of the Y. \V. C. A., will receive the guests with Miss Simms. A program will be presented which will be made .up of numbers provided by the T. N. T., Tusalata and Crescent clubs. Each club will sing and there will be assembly singing. Miss Simms has recently arrived from Dayton, Ohio, to take up her duties as general secretary of the Mason City Y. W. C. A. At the close of the evening, refreshments will be served. MISS RUBY LYMAN HONORED AT PARTY Miss Huby Lyman was honored at a pre-nuptial shower given Wednesday when a group of friends and neighbors gathered at the home of Mrs. R. H. Nesje, 108 Twenty-eighth street southwest, for a party in her honor. Gifts were presented to Miss Lyman who will be married soon to James Christiansen. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Jim Snyder, Mrs. J. Snyder, Mrs. Howard Shanor and Mrs. Nesjc. --o-NELSON-SCHEFFLER DUMONT--Miss Norella Scheffler, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S c h e f f 1 e r, Barnesville, Minn., was married Feb. 15 to Olai Nelson, Vining, Minn., at the Evangelical G e r m a n Lutheran parsonage at Hampton by the pastor, the Rev. Paul C. Meyer. They were attended by a sister of the bride, Miss Helen Scheffler, Dumont, and Kenneth Knutson, Minnesota. A wedding dinner was served after the ceremony by Mrs. Ben Walsh, Hampton, an aunt of the bride. After, a wedding trip to the home of her parents, the couple will be a t , h o m e on a farm near Madelia, Minn. North Iowa Bride American Made Watch for Boys $4.95 A Smart Looking Watch WATCHES neft DIAMOND 3 West State Mrs. Vern Math ah s was Grace Bauman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bauman of Whiite- m'ore, before her marriage to Mr. Mathahs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Mathahs of Alexander at St. Lawrence Catholic church in Swaledale on Feb. 9. The Rev. Father Kirk performed the ceremony. Miss Mary Bauman, sister of the bride, was her sister's bridesmaid and Andrew Mathahs was best man. The bride is shown in her wedding costume which was a. floor length white satin and lace dress, a veil of silk net caught in a cap with orange blossoms and pearls. The bridesmaid, wore a floor length coral pink silk lace dress in princess style and a lace jacket with puffed sleeves. Her accessories were white. Mrs. J. W. James played a prelude of nuptial music and she and her daughter sang during the ceremony. A wedding breakfast was served at Ford-Hopkins in Mason City. They will make their home on a farm south of Thornton. (Russell Photo) Child Study Circle Meeting Conducted at McKmley School McKinley Child Study circle met at the school Tuesday evening for a program which opened with assembly singing. Mrs. Carl Neiderman presided during the short business session when it was voted to have visitation night in April. Mrs. N. T. DeWItt led the lesson and discussion on "Family Safety and the Community." Ruby Donaldson played several violin selections, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. P. Donaldson. Readings were given including 'Modern Washington" by Mrs. Ed StepliRnson and "Our Washington" by Mrs. L. Thomas. Valentine games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Edward Alsbury and Mrs. John Brunstine, Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by Mrs. J. Lock and Mrs. E. Nagel. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED . N E W H A M P T O N --Wayne StransUy, 21, Wellman, and Juaui- ta Batterson, 19, Washington; John R. Stewart, legal, and Lygia Steven, legal, both of Elmore, Minn · Oscar Schwob, legal, Deerfield, III., and Nellie Klotz, legal, Fredericksburg, were issued licenses to wed. Schubert Is Subject of Club Study Matinee Musicale Meets for Program at Hathorn Home. Matinee Musieale club met for a Franz Schubert program Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, 654 East State street. The program opened with Schubert's "March Militaire No. 2" and "Ave Maria" played by Mrs. Harlan MacMillan, violin; Mrs. W. A. Stbrer, celln; Mrs. Harold Johnson, clarinet; Mrs. T. J. Barclay, flute, and Mrs. Morris Laird, piano. Mrs. Barclay and Mrs. Laird played a flute and piano arrangement of "Marguerite" by Schubert which was followed by "Dreige- sproch" by J. Val Humm, played by Mrs. MacMiHan, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Barclay and Mrs. Laird. Mrs. MacMilian played a violin solo, "The Bee" by Schubert, with Mrs. Laird as accompanist. Vocal numbers by Mrs. Roger Kirk, accompanied by Mrs. ,T. E. Stinehart i n c l u d e d "Morning Greeting" from "Maid O' the Mill," "Serenade," "The Trout," "Her Portrait" arid "Mignon Song" by Schubert. Ruth Swingen Brose played Schubert's "By the Sea," arranged by Paul. Stoye and "Moment Musical" in C sharp minor, in F sharp minor and in F sharp major. Allegra Swingen played two piano numbers, "Impromptu in A Flat Major" by Schubert and "Serenade" by Rachmaninoff. "The Life of Schubert" by Bryant was reviewed by Mrs. Kirk. ALCHOR SHRINE ENTERTAINMENT AFTER MEETING Friends who were eligible to become members of the order were guests of Alchor shrine at a social gathering after the stated meeting of the shrine on Tuesday night in the Masonic temple. Bridge and 500 were played, prizes being awarded to Mrs. Alf Nelson, Mrs. H. S. Marshall, Miss Nina AVheeler and Archie T. Woods. Mrs. George O. Farrar and committee served refreshments. ' A birthday cake, the-gift of Mrs. W. H. Mahlstadt, noble prophetess of Alchor shrine, was served by F. J. Riley and Mrs. G. P. Hodges whose birthdays occurred near the date of the meeting. Several guests and members were present from Clear Lake. Two have been added to the membership o£ Alchor shrine, a former member having returned to the city and the other being a courtesy initiation by the shrine at Council Bluffs. Mrs. Miles Humphrey, worthy high priestess, announced a special meeting for Wednesday, March 10, when two candidates will receive the degree of the order of the White Shrine ot Jerusalem. A 6:30 o'clock dinner will precede the meeting with Mrs. M. A. Harpstcr as chairman. Election of officers will be held at the stated meeting on March 16. MEYERS-KAPPES ACKLEY--The marriage of Miss Doris Lucile Kappes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kappes of Iowa Falls, and Albert Meyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyers of Ackley, was solemnized Sunday in the home of the officiating pastor, the Rev. Ernest Seybold. They were attended by Fred Meyer, brother of the bridegroom, and Miss Marie'Seims. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers will live 10 miles northwest of Ackley, where he will be employed by Fred Meinbcrg. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT ALLISON ALLISON--A marriage license was issued here to Vernon Leslie Hart, legal, Parkersburg, and Margaret Ruth Ruler, legal, Aplington. AFTER ALL There's Nothing Like Good BUTTER Butter adds to food o quality flavor which is natural and which cannot be imitated. _ Butter is a superior food. It is a fat of low melting point whrch is favorable to ease and completeness of digestion. It is rich in vitamin A. Two ounces of butter per person each day will furnish practically the entire days need of this vitamin. BUTTER MAKES GOOD FOOD TASTE BETTER Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. SIXTY-FIVE NORTH IOWA C R E A M E R I E S CO-OPERATING If a Cold Threatens.. Timely use of this especially designed a i d f o r n o s e a n d upper throat, helps prevent many colds. 30c end SOc VICKS VATRO NOL Plaits Are Slenderizing GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Row of Plaits Down Center Front of Dress Gives It a Slenderizing Line; Attractive for Spring. This charming dress of sheer crepe with plnits right down the front will give you height and slenderness. It's truly a figure flatlerer, the sort of dress you can wear almost any place. The lingerie collar, vest and cuffs are so soft and feminine. However, white crepe silk with self ruffling is a grand substitute for the crisp lingerie trim. The stitched front plaits released just above the knees, give a grand swing to the hem. The skirt is slightly circular at the back. Printed crepe silk is stunning in this model with plain crepe contrast. You'll love it too made of linen, cotton prints, challis prints, tub silks, etc., for your summer wardrobe. A diagrammed chart is included in the pattern. It shows step by step how to cut and sew it, all in pictures. Style No. 3408 is designed for sizes 36, 33, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48 and 50 inches bust. Size 36 requires V' yards of 39-inch material with % yard of 39-inch contrasting and IVa yards of plaiting. Send fifteen cents (15c) (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style Dumber. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full o£ 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 lake your choice, for there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among thn Do not send to Mason City, but new models. Book costs 10 cents, address Globe-Gazette Pattern De- Send for it today. Book and pat- partment, 1GO Fifth Avenue, Neu lern together 25 cents. York City. Social Calendar COMPLETE Optical Service Styles, 'quality and prices to please you. M A C E S Smith Optical Co. 21 EAST STATE WEDNESDAY H. B. club-6:30 o'clock, Leone McGheer's tearoom. Harfllntr 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. Mrs. Fitzpatrick to Be Speaker at Meeting Thursday Business and Professional Women's club members will meet Thursday noon at the Cerro Gordo hotel for their monthly current events talk with Mrs. D. H. Fitz- palrick as speaker. The meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month from 12 to 1 o'clock. Miss Mabel Sucher, education chairman of the B. P. W, club, is in charge. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to Emit Meyers, 22, Mason City, and Mildred Moore, 21, Keokuk; and George Julien, 21, and Loretta Swartwood, 18, bolh of Nora Springs. FATHERS' NIGHT PLANNED BY I'. T. A. Father's night w i l l be held by the Central P. T. A. Thursday evening in the assembly room of Central school. A program oC musical numbers by some ot the Central school children will be given and Mrs. G. E. Harrison will talk on "Why Bright Children Sometimes Fail." The program is in charge ot Evron M. Karges and G. H. Keister is in charge of the refreshments. --o-CENTRAL LUTHER LEAGUE MEETING Central Luther League met Tuesday evening in the church parlors for a business session, followed by a social hour. The most popular boy and girl, Stanley Riv- edal and Dorothy Mickey were elected king and queen for the evening. Their attendants were Anna Margaret . Thiel. Fried;) Thiel, Donald Wass and Billy Williams. Games were played and refreshments were served by Dorothy Mickey, Geraldine Humphrey, Lloyd Keller and Howard Vaughn. WIFE PRESERVERS Inspect the casters on your furniture occasionally to see that they are not broken. · . . , THURSDAY Sub-Deb club-7:30 o'clock, Geraldine Calh- card, 1343J/4 North Federal avenue, lesson, Bonnie Jean Zack. A. U. S.W. V. circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. J. F. Corcoran, 815 Monroe avenue northwest. Grace Evanfrclic.il Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. B. Banker, Mrs. R. Erickson, Mi's. Art Donaghy, Mrs. Frank Fewins. S(. James division 1-2 o'clock, Mrs. O. Mall, 510 Sixth street southeast. II. N. A. Health club-2 o'clock, Moose hall, Mrs. L. G. Bird, chairman. ImmanucI N. E. division-2:30 o'clock, Miss Anna Carlson, Kirk apartments. Trinity Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. W. Whipple, Mrs. J. O. G. Wirlson, Mrs. Andrew Lysne. Sorosis club--2:30 o'clock, Hotel Hantord room 238, Mrs. Sumner White, hostess, Mrs. R. W. Mellem lesson. L. U. G. A. club- Mrs. A. M. Matzen. Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. American Legion Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 elubrooms. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Esther Prall, 734 Carolina avenue northeast. Girl Scouts-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. annual meeting. Athenian cluD-- 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Tim Phalen, 121 Washington avenue northwest. Mrs. W. B. Casey, Mrs. D. W. Daly, current events, Mrs. T. Jacobs, lesson. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. Crescent dull-8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Energetic class-Congregational church, nil day meeting. Novel club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Carleton Stewart,, Kentucky avenue southeast. Mrs. F. J. Olson, lesson Meander club-0 o'clock, Miss Agnes Dormedy, 1301 President avenue northwest. Christian Workers divisions 1 anil 2-1 o'clock, Mrs. Vere Connelly, 513 Fifteenth street southeast. OHvcl-Zion church- Program, open to public. New Idea clul)-- 1 o'clock, Mrs. Tod Ransom, 224 Sixth street northwest. History club-Mrs. J. C. Stoddard, 324 Second street southeast, Mrs. Carl Snyder, lessoj), POLICE AUXILIARY IS ENTERTAINED Mason City Police Auxiliary met at the_ home of Mrs. R. R. Oulman, 21o Seventh street northeast, Tuesday evening with 14 present. Mrs. Howard Delahoyde was admitted as a new member. Following the business session, cards were played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Ralph Schiffman and Mrs, Harvey Fitzgerald. Lunch was served by Mrs. Oulman and Mrs. Ernest Linnenkamp. The next meeting will be March 16 with Mrs. Dick Pierce and. Mrs. Jack O'Keefe as hostesses. Pool at Y Given Over to Director Faith Darland Will Have Charge of Swimming During Spring. Faith Darland has been appointed by the health education committee of the Y. W. C. A., to take charge of the swimming department for the spring term. Miss Darland is a graduate of the Mason City junior college. She has been active in the department for several years and is an expert swimmer. When the life saving corps was first reorganized in the fall of 1934 Miss Darland was the president and served the corps for a year in that capacity. She is a charter member of Mermaids, the honorary swimming club for ad- vancecT swimmers, and has taken part in several demonstrations. There will be several changes in schedule. The pool will be open on Mondays and Wednesdays after school for children's swimming classes. Beginners will swim on Monday and intermediates and advanced on Wednesday. All those who have been swimming on Tuesday and Thursday will report on Wednesday. Those who have been scheduled on Saturday at 1 o'clock will take their lessons on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The pool will be open lor youngsters on Friday from 6:30 until 9 and on Saturday afternoons from 2 to 3. The business girls class will go on as usual on Tuesday evenings at 7:30. Instruction will be given every Tuesday evening from 7:30 until 8:30. The pool will be. open as usual evenings for plunges with responsible life guards in charge. There will be a special class for high school students on Friday afternoons from 3:30 until 4:30. On Tuesday of next week the life saving corps will have a business meeting at 6:30. A new class in life saving instruction will begin March 2 at 6:30 for any new recruits and for repasses which are in order for several life guards. Wilson P.TA Will Have Founder's Day Program at Meeting Wilson P. T. A. will meet Friday afternoon at the school for a program which will include an observance of founder's day. C o u n t y Superintendent of Schools Hazel Thomas will speak on "Education Is Not What It Used to Be." There will be musical numbers including a cello solo by Arlene Chee.sman and a string trio number by Arlene and Evelyn Cheesman and their mother.! Seventh grade children will give readings including "Angel's Wickedness" by Mary Ewald, "On the Street Car" by Ruth Coolc, "Willy, the Angelic Child," by Roger Stanficld, "The Wedding ot Miss Bray" by Jacqueline Hemsey, "Isaac Shine's Busy Day" by Richard Whipple and "Mother's Angelic Child Dines Out," by Shirley Van Note. Refieshments will be served by Mrs. George Hawkins, Mrs. R. L. Bailey, Mrs. D. G. Klcmpnauer and Mrs. H. H. Timmeiman. BITS ABOUT 'EM | Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arthur, 16'/i Washington avenue northwest, have left on a month's trip. Their itinerary includes El Paso, Tex., Phoenix, Ariz., Los Angeles, Hollywood and San Diego, Cat. Returning, they will go up the west coast and come home by the northern route. « * * Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Fallows, 928 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, have returned from a trip to California where Dr. Fallows took a t\vo weeks' research course in eye, oar, nose and throat, in Los Angeles. Enroute they visited their son, Ronald, at the U. S. army aviation school at San Antonio, Tex. ·* * * Donald Sweeney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sweeney, 835 East State street, has returned to Iowa City to continue his studies in the Un'iversity ot Iowa medical school after spending some time in a local hospital following an operation. ·--o-- Given Surprise Party. CHAPIN--Miss Joyce Grant was given a surprise party at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Grant, Monday afternoon in honor of her birthday anniversary. n COLLAR A T T A C H E D . New STYLES SMARTLY TAILORED FINE FABRICS ABELSDNJNC. No 7 30uT« FEDERAL Queen in Public For the first time since the death of King George V, the dowager Queen Mary is pictured in public. This excellent photo was snapped as she attended a charity performance in a London theater. (Central Press Photo) First Baptist Church Young People Planning Patriotic Dinner Here Considerable interest is being manifested by the young people of the First Baptist church in the patriotic dinner which they are giving Thursday night from 5 to 7 p. m., calling for colonial costumes for both men and women. But a suit for the representative of Abraham Lincoln has been difficult to get. A tall youth has been selected to impersonale "the greatest American," but frock coats have been rather scarce. "One has been found," said Mrs. C. A. Van Meter, 1034 Fourth, street southwest, who is heading the arrangements committee, "but it is too short for the junior college youth selected. The sleeves are too short and the-coat is not long enough." When told that it is said by many that Mr. Lincoln was very tall, that his clothes often fitted him poorly, that many remembered him as ungainly and gawky, Mrs. Van Meter thought that the shrunken coat might do. The national coolrs will be used in the decorative scheme ot the room and tables. Patriotic music will be played and the tables will be served by members of the Hi- BY dressed in the costumes of colonial days, including the Wash- mgtons. James Barnelt, 121 Sixtli street northwest, slated the object ot the dinner was "to raise the wherewithal to purchase a suitable curtain for the proscenium arch ot the lecture room. We wish it for the religious drama, 'The Rock,' by Mary Hamlin, which we are giving on Palm Sunday night in the church." Rehearsals have been going on for some weeks for this excellent Biblical play. --o-PHOENICIAN CLUB HOLDS MEETING Miss Eleanor Irons entertained the Phoenician club at her home, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Tuesday evening, when the lesson on "The School of Fem- inity" by Margaret Lawrence was given by Miss Eleanor McLaughlin. Guests were Mrs. Hushes Bryant, Mrs. V. T. E. Pearson Miss R u t h Bliss and Miss Katherine Sheffler. Association Hears Talk on Scouting Cedar Falls Pastor Speaks at St. Joseph P. T. A. Meeting. "The philosophy of scouting is to put the boy in touch with good men--men who are interested in the ideals of a Catholic life and in the higher things of life rather than the lower, men who are willing to give of their time and effort to help the boy to apply what he has learned at home, nt school and at church. Scouting does not demand money, but it does demand that (he men 'of the community give their time." The Rev. John C. Weinecke, 33 years ago, assistant at St. Joseph's, but now pastor of the Cedar Falls parish, used these words to sum up the philosophy of scouting when he addressed the St. Joseph Parent-Teacher association Tuesday evening. The program for the evening was in charge of the fathers with W. D. Lattimer and Leo Carle as chairmen. Songs by Larry Reardon and Grace Marie Ryan and dances by a group of children supplemented the talk. The place of scouting in the Catholic youth movement directed by the bishops of the country was explained by Father Weinecke. He pointed out that up to last June, 2,800 troops of Catholic Boy Scouts had been established in 70 dioceses of this country. The church in furthering the Boy Scout program aims to save her youth from subversive influences at work during the recreational period and to rescue them from crime. Recalling the old-fashioned home with its chores to keep · young people busy outside of school hours, the speaker showed that it was idle to bemoan the loss of such a home or to wish for its return. Instead there is to be met the problem created by modern living of 3,650 hours of leisure time yearly for each boy. This leisure, Father Weinecke demonstrated, is utilized by the scout program in forming good citizens and leaders. . Mrs. W. B. McGrane presided at the meeting and Mrs. E. F. Vaughn read the minutes. LEGION AUXILIARY TO CONDUCT MEETING Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the 40 and 8 clubrooms. R. C. Patrick will speak on "Americanism and National Defense." · " , . · . ; · .. SHANKS-BURLINGHAM NORA SPRINGS--The marriage of Mrs. Ethel Burlingham and Ray W. Shanks took place Feb. 14 at the home o£ the bride. The Rev. C. D. James, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated. The guests were the children ot the bride, Thomas Burlingham, Shirley Burlingham, her son-in-law a n d daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul GiJd- nev and the son and daughter- in- law of the bride-groom, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shanks; and the father and mother of the bride Mr._ and Mrs. F. G. Treloar. Following the ceremony dinner was served. MAXON-VAN ALSTYNE ALGONA -- The marriage of Miss Marjorie Van Alstyne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne of Algona, to Forrest Maxon of Blue Earth, Minn., was performed at Emmetsburg Feb. 11. They will live in Blue Earlh where he is employed in the Blue Earth hatchery. Talks on Philippines. SWALEDALE--The Rev. and Mrs. Lester McCauley entertained Dr. Charles Entner o£ Lisbon, N. Dnk., at their home Monday evening. A number of friends spent the evening with them. He spoke on his work in the Philippines, where he expects to be stationed in the near f u t u r e . SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 tOURTESY AND SAT1SFAQTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE REDUCED for FINAL- CLEARANCE To moke room lor the new spring fashions now arriving. Fall and winter coats and dresses must be closed out at once regardless of cost or value. Winter Coats Fur-Trimmed and Tailored -- Reduced to $7.95 $ 1 3 . 9 5 a n d B e r r e r Silk and Wool Dresses For every occasion, in all colors ond qualities -Reduced to $1.98 $2.95 $3.95 ·»***»*, Fur Coats Muskrats, Sealines, Natural Sealskins and Ariona Otter -- Reduced to $95 and up to $198.00 "SEE YOU TOMORROW"

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