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a MASON CITY' GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1939 H. S. STUDENTS PLEASE WITH BERT'AND SULLIVAN "Gondoliers" Wins Praise of Audience Miss Ellen Smith Presents Students in Musical Comedy With the "Mikado" in swingtime as well as in the movies, there seems to be no danger of oblivion for Gilbert and Sullivan, but high school and college music departments have performed a service in keeping Gilbert and Sullivan going when no one seemed to care much about staging those still delightful musical comedies. The Mason City high school vocal department has found occasion to produce a number of them, Tuesday evening staging "The Gondoliers" or "The King of Barataria" in the high school auditorium. . Under the direction of Miss Smith, the students performed the tuneful -music in a lively and entertaining manner. The chorus numbers were excellent as were the solos and group numbers Leading characters may all be commended for their performances. ' Pleasing Scenes Costumes made the production a colorful one and the opening scene in which the conladine are gathered awaiting the gondoliers was particularly attractive. SURPRISE Surprise Â£or Miss Ellei Smith Tuesday evening -whs she presented her pupils i "The Gondoliers" was not o the ordinary variety. H e father unexpectedly arrive from Moorehead, Minn., to at tend the performance. Othe guests in the audience include a delegation from the Foi Dodge high school. Bill Wright played the role o the Duke of Plaza-Toro. a grande from Spain, and Roger Larson ap peared as Luis, his attendant. Jan Classic Shirtwaist New Under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 19 West Nineteenth Street, New YorJ City By Diana Day alter was cast as the duchess of laza-Toro and Virginia Brin- olf, their daughter, Casilda. Bill .rmstrong was cast as Don Alambra Del Bolero, the grand iri- uisitor, and Amy Lou Haight, nez, the king's foster mother. Lee Lusted and Clark Sweeter were the two gondoliers, Marco nd Guiseppe .Palmieri, one of vhom was supposed to be the ing of Barataria, married in in- ancy to Casilda. Wilma Walters nd Joan O'Neil were cast as Gianetta and Tessa, the wives of he two gondoliers. Other gondol- ers were Bill Thompson, Hubert ^abell and Murray Lawson and ther contadine, Jean Peterson, Ruth Jones and Wilda Rae. Members of Chorus Members of the chorus included Audrey Baker, Madelyn Baker, 'atricia Ball, Betty Baumgartner, ean Baumgartner, Iris Bemis, Dixie Collen, Geraldine Cathcart, ietty Clausen, Maxine Diercks, Evelyn Farmakis, Bertha Jane 'erguson, Mary Giere, Dorothy iarrer, Maxine Harriot, Mary Dllen Hayes, Peggy Heneman, vlarjorie Horn, Jean Houser, Virginia Igou, Helendcne John- ion, Ruth Johnson; Edythe Kitsis. Other girls in the chorus were Marion Krumbholz, Nancy Longey, Alice Loomis, Audrey Ma- ^eever. Marianne Malloy, Marvel McFarfin, Lola Michael, Dorothy Mickey, Sophie Negomir, Lillian Oelbei-g, Mai-y Ellen Patterson Janet Pearce, Wilma Purdie, Mary Jane Russell, Frances Stinehart Charlotte Storer, Katherine Tailor Gloria Tapager, Virginia Vail Ruth Wigdahl. Helen Wilts, Rut! Whitson and Marly s You n Ed ale. Members of Chorus Boys in the chorus were Stewar Bremner, Ellsworth Burgraff, Bo 1 Clark, Ed Clouse, Jewell Dusheck Ray Dutcher, Royce Farrer, Jame Ford, Paul Fey, Don Fraser Mitchell Harding, Kenneth Har rington, Jack Haskin, Bill Haynes Harold Johnson, Bob Lewis, Do Marshal], Clayton Schisel, Charle Vail and James Whitehead. Members of the orchestra wer Carlton Rohr, Bill Stoakes, Ralp Wandrey, Nancy Bowen, Shirle Peters, Ruth-Pauley, Louise Ray nolds Earl Fladness and Bob Hun yan. Betty Senneff was pianist and Mary Sherman assisted M i s s Nortn Federal avenue, have re- Smith with the directing. [ tul - ned from Lewiston. Idaho. 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Try a j a r today I A R R I D * which .ell l OecnX S9cjÂ« i l e l |Â»odf Â» Â·"isher. Otto Grelk, Bob McClana- lan, Jim Swab, Stan Haynes and Bob Smith, assistants, Arnold livedal, chief electrician, Roger Patrick, assistant; Roger McKee, scenery. On the production crew were Mary Burrets, prompter; Harold Johnson, business manager; Miss Elizabeth Graves and the Cub Gazetters, advertising. Bits About 'Em Miss Marjorie Green has arrived from Marinette, Wis., for a visit with -her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Green, 36 Beaumont drive. * * * Mrs. .Sue Keltz of Waterloo, formerly of Mason City, has .arrived for a visit with Mrs. Anna Dwan, Harper apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tamasi and son. Jack, have returned to their home in Waterloo after a visit with Mrs. Tamasi's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hille, 537 Sixth street southeast. ERDAHL-LETCHER RAKE--Arlowe Erdahl, son of Mrs. Emma Erdahl, and Thelma Letcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Letcher of Buffalo Center, were married at the Congregational parsonage at Buffalo Center March 2. Vema Erdahl, sister of the bridegroom and Elvin Letcher, brother of the bride, were attendants. --o-BROOKS-FERCH NEW HAMPTON--Miss Rose- DONALD JONES IS MARRIED TO FREEPORT GIRL Donald Jones,, assistant manager of Spurgeon's store at Freeport, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Musical Day, on Program at Meeting Matinee Musicale Members Hear Voice Piano, Violin, Cello Matinee Musicale club pre- ented a program of music on The Day--from Dawn to Night" t its meeting Tuesday afternoon t the home of Mrs. Roger Kirk, 14 Georgia avenue northeast, vith Mrs. Roy Peyton and Miss larjorie Smith in charge, assisted Â»y Mrs. Philip Jacobson, Mrs VIorris Laird and Miss Ruth ;tokes. Mrs. J. H. Marston read a number of poems on the subject. The program was opened with a se- ection, "Dawn," by Mrs. Jacobson, Â·oice. Miss Smith, violin and Mrs. 'eyton, piano. Mrs. Peyton alayed a piano number, ''To the Rising Sun" by Torjussen. Mrs. Jacobson sang "Morning' by Oley Speaks and Mrs. Laird and Mrs. Peyton played two piano duets, "Top O' the Morn" by Prindle Scott and "Summer Morn" by George Eggeling. Miss Smith played a group of violin solos including "Spanish Serenade" by Kreisler, "Evening Sounds" from "Suite in Holland" by Christian Kriens and "Gypsy Serenade" by Charles Voldez. Two piano duets. "Evening Song" by R. Schumann and "Moon Dawn" by Rudolph Friml, were played by Mrs. Laird and Mrs. Peyton. A trio arrangement of "To the Evening Star" was performed by Miss Smith, violin, Miss Stokes, cello, and Mrs. Peyton, piano. Concluding numbers on the program were a vocal solo by Mrs. Jacobson, "Night and the Curtains Drawn" by Ferrata and a trio number, "Perfect Day" by Carrie Jacobs Bond, performed by Miss Smith, Mrs. Jacobson and Mrs. Peyton. Preserves Line of Beauty Jones, ii East State street, and J. Everts, northwest. 324 has Seventh returned Roy street from, a two weeks' trip to Los Angeles and Santa Ana, Cal. En- route he visited the San Francisco Miss Florence Specht, also an em- ploye of the Spurgeon store, were married Feb. 28 at Clinton by the Rev. Mr. Ackerman, pastor of the Methodist church there. The bride wore a gown of blue silk crepe and a corsage of tea roses. Miss Mildred Hagerty of Freeport and Paul Grennan of Sterling were the attendants. A wedding supper was served following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Jones are at home at 414 North Van Buren avenue in Freeport. Mr. Jones was formerly employed by Gildner Leah City. The is a native of Houston, Tex, --o-- OSKOKX-LAYNE NEW HAMPTON--M r s. A wise young actress is Eleanor Hansen, RKO Radio.player who supports Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda in "The Mad Miss Manton." She believes in keeping fit while she is that way, because there's not a muscle in her body that isn't limber and pliable. She takes prescribed exercises under the direction of Sammy Waxman, physical culture director at the studio gym. SOCIAL CALENDAR MRS. RALPH WARD HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Ralph Ward was honored at a surprise birthday party given at the home of her daughter, Mrs Virgil Snyder, 610 Delaware avenue northeast. The time was spent playing 500 and Chinker-chek and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Dan Beaver and Miss Lorraine Ward. Guests were Mmes. George McEIroy, Dan Beaver, Charles Sifert, Carl Fredenberg and Virgil Snyder and the Misses Alma Hopkins, Lorraine Ward, Irene Short and' Phyllis Evans. Gifts were presented to the honoree and refreshments were served by Mrs. Snyder, assisted by Phyllis Evans. JUNIOR C. D. A. TKOOF MEETS Members of Troop 1 of the maty E. Ferch, daughter of Mr. ! Layne cf New Hampton and Richand Mrs. William Ferch, and Leo! ardson A. Osborn of Milwaukee. Brooks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos- | Wis.. were married Feb. 26, by eph Brooks, were man-led here I Charles Peters, justice of the March 6..by Charles J. Peters, jus- [ peace. Mrs. Osborn is the daugh- tice of the peace. They will live ter of Albert Cotnnt of Gutten- Junior C. D. A. met Tuesday evening with Virginia Harris, 10 Monroe avenue northwest. During the business meeting, plans were made for a candy sale and refreshments were served later by Patricia Graf and Margaret Heidenry. WEDNESDAY V. F. W. and Auxiliary-6:30 o'clock, V. F. \V. hall, dinner, meeting at 8 o'clock, Mrs. LaVonne Stevens, 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. 135-7:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms." Degree of Honor-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Madison P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. David Kratz, speaker. Hook and Needle club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. Myers, 171 Crescent drive. McKinley P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school. Little Theater board -- SI. Cecelia's circle -8 o'clock, Mrs. Greg Wolf, 623 Carolina avenue southeast. R. X. A. -8 o'clock, Moose hall. Harding P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, fathers' night. -- o -- Little Theater Radio Declamatory Contest at St. Joseph 8th Grade Pupils Present First in Series at School The first in a series of four de^ clamatory contests to be held this week in the upper grades of St. Joseph school was presented in the school auditorium Tuesday afternoon by the eighth grade pupils. William Burke placed first with "Movie Fan." Mary Ellen Plonsky was second with "George and the Bear," while Pauline Paulsen rated third with "Clatter Pate." Ulany in Contest The other speakers and their numbers were as follows: "The Enchanted Shirt," James Balek; "Queer Folks," Hie-hard Sohn; "The Ruling Passion," Betty Rosa; "Young American," F l o r e n c e Dunn; -'The Movie Fan," June McKiness; "The Road to Vagabonds," Lester Kelly. "Jennie," Cassius McMenimen; "The Baseball Club," Charles YounUe; "Mike," G e r a l d i n e French: : Guy Who Stubbed His Toe," Leo King; "George's Great Plan," John Skyles." Among Speakers "Casey at the Bat," Earl Baldwin; "School Boy on Breathing," William Gasaway; "The Angelic Child," Patricia Kelley; "My Mother," Anthony Cannella; "The Gardener's Cat/' Wilfred Reuter; "Elmer Brown," Bernard Lang; "Liking the Boys," Colleen Crowely. "Synthetic Freezing," Marcella McNamara; "A Roving Alley Cat," Terrence Nettleton; "Pa Keeps House," Donald Jarosh; "Good Night Papa," Patricia Connor; "The Champion Snorer," Robert Hansen; "The Cookie Recipe," Phyllis Woodhouse; "At the Game," Marguerite O'Donnell. at Charles City where the bridegroom is employed in a foundry. burg. They will live in Milwaukee, Wis. Â· fl FORTMHOfflf NELSON-JOHNSON j NEW HAMPTON--Miss Elsie 1 Tohnson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Â·\ugust Johnson and Arlo Nelson, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Aaron Nelson, all of Alta, were married on Sunday, March 5, in the. Little Brown church in the Vale at Nashua by the Rev. J. S. Lilley. pastor of the Methodist church lere. Witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Peck. The bridegroom is a farmer. HAPPY HOMEMAKERS MEET AT GOURLEYS Happy Homemakers club met with Mary Gourley and material for the coming year on "Home Furnishings" was distributed. It was decided that each girl woulu make a floor plan of her room. The next meeting will be April 1 with Kathleen Foster. --o-This, new invisible glass won't help much. The less you can see the glass in the window, the more you'll see the dirt on it.--Wisconsin State Journal. 7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. THURSDAY Group Postpones Its Meeting to Thursday The meeting of the Little Theater radio group scheduled for Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. has been postponed to Thursday evening, according to Sol Benowitz, chairman. The Thursday meeting will be at 7 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The Little Theater board meeting was on schedule for .Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. W. JUANITA" WILSON TO BE MARRIED S a n S S " C Mrs. L. W. Mott. 809 Carolina avenue southeast, announces the . C. E. Blanchard, j engagement a nd approaching HANDICRAFTERS . HAVE SURPRISE TEA AT MEETING Members of the handicraft department who have been attending the meetings of this section of the Woman's club all year cele- jrated at the last work session of he season Tuesday afternoon by entertaining the committee at a iurprise tea. Mrs. H. S. Beemer is chairman of the handicraft committee and tier work committee Includes Mrs. E. G. Larson, Mrs. B. F. Westoii, Mrs. T. A. Burke, Mrs. L.. R. Woodward, Mrs. H. L. McCulla, Mrs. C. L.. Marston, Mrs. A. J. Feeney, Mrs. Donald E. Smith,' Mrs. "Lowell Forbes. Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. H. C. Friesner, Mrs. Leon C. Thomas, Mrs. A. G. Krager, Mrs. John Hickey and Mrs. Theodore Jacobs. The handicraft department has had nine work meetings during the season and has made articles in pewter, leather, cork; wood, reed, raffia, wood beads and the like. 19 Connecticut east. avenue north- Monroe-Washins;ton P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, board meeting at 2 o'clock. D. A. R.-6:30 o'clock, Mary Louise Felt, 130 Second street northwest, pot luck dinner, white elephant sale. East Side Ladies aid-Postponed. Little Theater Radio Group-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Thursday Bridge clut-- 1 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom, Mrs. Everett Smith, hostess. Triple T club-1:15 o'clock, H c m e Tearoom, Mrs. A. J. Smerdon, hostess. Immanuel South division-2 o'clock. Mrs. Axe! Wallskog. 107 Twenty-ninth street southwest. Wesley Ladies' aid-- I marriage of her daughter, Juanita Wilson, to Edward Stephan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stephan, 543 Fourteenth street southeast. The wedding will take place in April. SIRS. VERN MOTT HOSTESS FOR SOX Mrs. Vern Mott entertained at her home, G15 Cixth place southeast, Tuesday afternoon, honoring her son. James Samuel, on his third birthday. A green and white color scheme was carried out and birthday cake was served. Guests included Pauline Muhlstien, Carol Lou Jarvis, Yvonne Wolfe, Kenneth Molt and Billy Hutchison. UPPER ROOM CLASS TO MEET THURSDAY Upper Room class of the Church of Chrisl will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Von Laven 514 Washington avenue north- COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED NEW HAMPTON--Arlo Nekon, 24. and Elsie Johnson, 19, both of Alta: Vernon D. Strand, legal, iroquois. 111., and Rosalie Harwood, legal, Crescent City. 111.; David W. Moritz, 52, and Gladys M. Dircks, 34, both of Pekin, 111.: Chester Pogue, legal, and Vonsceil Huston, legal, b o t h of Hampton; Donald LeRoy Stroh, 26, and Mary Roberta Anderson, 19, both of Rockford; R. Norman Hansen, - - -- - - - 24| H. Brooks. 24, and Rosemary Ferch, 16, both of Charles City; Joseph Yusas, 24. Madison, Wis.. and Wanda Darling, 24, Owatonna, Minn.; Elmer Ryerson, legal, Eagle Grove, and Minnie Turner, legal, Sioux City. JUNIOR SERVICE / GUILD LUNCHEON* Junior Service Guild of the First Methodist church will meet for luncheon at 1 o'clock Friday at the church with Mrs. Cecil Boyer 24, and Lucille A. Layland, both of Des Moincs; Leo Coca-Cola belongs in your icebox at home You enjoy ice-cold Coca-Cola every place else; why not at home, too. The whole family will welcome its pure refreshment. Get a sis-bottle carton and pre-cool the bottles before serving. MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 701 SOUTH FEDERAL DO YOU KNOW.. that Blanchard's carry thousands of shapes in factory ground crystals to fit your wotch exactly? Many watches have had to be cleaned for lack of proper fitting crystals. Try Blanchard's superior service. Get a factory ground crystal. WATCHES ftianeltardx) DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE Â·' o'clock. Mrs. D. R. Dillon. 1302 ! west, with Mrs. Joel Hanes as- and Mrs. Jay Tubbcsing in charge Delaware avenue southeast, sisting. Donald Watts will preside of reservations. Mrs. C. R. Marsh Mmes. Ernest Olson, Fred Gra- and final plans will be made f9r ham, assisting. Baptist Gildner division-2 o'clock. Mrs. Ira Searle. 242 Eighth street southeast, Mrs. Lloyd Searle. assisting. Central P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, annual committee report;:, musical program by pupils of Mrs. W. B. McClellan and Miss Ellen Smith. Trinity Roosevelt circle-2:30 o'clock, church parlors. Mrs. Gisle Johnson, hostess. Athenian club-Mrs. Rose Martin, 102 Connecticut avenue southeast, Mrs. T. L. Connor, Miss Margaret Kelly, program. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Women's Labor bureau-2 o'clock. Labor hall. Novel club-- j Mrs. Edmund Dunlop, 222 Sixth street northwest, tea. Energetic class-Congregational church. Hanford Ladies' aid-4 o'clock, Mrs. James Pedeliy. Women's Catholic Foresters-7:30 o'clock, P. G. and E. au-1 ditorium. election of officers. Gitrficld P. T. A.-- ' 7:30 o'clock, school, candv sale. Baptist D. O. A.-7:45 o'clock. Johaniifens. I I U ' 2 ; Hampshire avenue northeast. j , Central Lutheran S. E. group-- ! i 8 o'clock, Mrs. Ben Dittke, HI I Carolina avenue southeast. 1 the banquet to be held in April. will review the book, "Your Personality and God.'' COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Sweaters Worsted a n d rayon knit sweaters--both slip-ons and \v button styles--various neck- \ lines--pastel colors in all sizes. Excellent values at-79 C and 1 OTHERS AT $1.98 to $5,95 Close-out of Dresses Silks and wools- -mostly dork colors. All sizes. Reduced to $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $5.95 "SEt YOU TOMORROW"