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February 24, 1937

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

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-SIX MASON GFT¥ MASON. CITY" GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 24 ·,1937 Convention to Be Held in Georgi; ·Mrs. L S . Dorchester Wil Represent Local Group at Session. The call to the tenth nationa convention of the American Association of University Women has been- received by the Mason Citj branch,' whose president,. Miss Elizabeth Graves, is issuing i Wednesday. Mrs. L. S. Dorcheslei of Clear.Lake who is wintering in Florida, wilt be the representative of the Mason City branch at the convention. She will go north to Savannah, Georgia; to attend the national meeting of the D. A 1 . R before returning to her home.. : The convention, dated for March 15 to 18 inclusive, will be held in Savannah .with the Georgia state division and the Savannah branch of the American Association ol University Women sharing honors as; hostess groups. -Education Theme. The headquarters for the four days' session will be the Hotel DeSoto, while .meetings at .various hours will be housed in Savannah^ Municipal auditorium, the Y. W. C. A., Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences and elsewhere. Focusing its attention on the theme of "Education: The Foundation for Social Organization," the program committee has a list o£ distinguished speakers, Dr. Meta Glass, president of Sweet Briar college, Sweet Briar, Va., and president of the American Association of University Women, Dr. Mary K. Beard, historian and national leader in women's educational groups, Dr. Harold Lasswell, professor of political science, University of Chicago; Dr. Katharine J. Gallagher, professor o£ history, Goucher college, and chairman of the fellowship awards committee of the national organization of university women; Dr. William Ernest Hocking; professor of philosophy, Harvard university; Mrs. Helen M.:Lynd, social science faculty, Sarah Lawrence college and .lecturer in Vassar college; Morse Cartwright, director of the American Association for Adult Education. ' . ' . - . Present Reports. The first'business session, set for Monday afternoon, March 15, in the municipal auditorium will be presided over by Mrs. Ruth Blue- Barnes, general convention manager, with Mrs. Nina Shaw Axley president of Savannah branch, extending the welcome of the hostess -organization. In addition t5 recom- Coat Dress in Princess Style GLGBE-GAZpTEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City _ By DIANA DAY Frock Buttons From Neck to Hem and Is Cut on Smart .Princess Lines; Easy to Make. ' ; Here's a smart new. buttoned- down the front princess dress that flatters many figure types. The tied belt only across the .back is particularly slimming. The brief sleeves have nice.shoulder interest. DELEGATE This fascinating crepe print uses ric rac trim. ' · Plain bright crepe or thin woolen is equally charming for this simple to sew one-piece dress. The diagrammed dressmaking chart included shows step by step how to cut and stitch it in no time at all. Style No. 2752 is designed ' f o r sizes 16, 18, 20 years, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46-inches bust. Size 36 requires 4% yards of 39-inch material with 1',£ yards of braid. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to stale size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only ten cents per copy. You will find it o£ 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 their is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the new models. Book costs 10 cents^ Send for it today. Book and pattern together 25'cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe^'Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. mendations for convention consid- ration, there will be two import- nt items on the opening program. Dr. Kathryn MeHale, general di- ector of the A. A. U. W., will present her biennial report in be- alf of the association and Dr tfeta Glass, its president, will ive "An Inside View of the.Amer- can Association of University Vomen."- Representatives from the nine ections into which the orgariiza- on is divided for administratis'e urposes will be present through le -convention with delegates rom branches as far flung as Ha- vaii, the Philippines, and the Jrient, as well as Argentine and Europe, in attendance. BILSBORO UGH- ZWEIFEL TITONKA --'Vernelle Lavonne Zweifel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zweifel, and Maurice Bilsborough, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bilsbofough of Lone Rock, were married Feb. 17 at the Methodist church. Misses Lela Zweifel and Letha Bilsborough sang "O, Promise "Me." Mrs. Calvin Schnuclcer played "Lohengrin's wedding march" and the ceremony, was read by the Rev. W. L. Patterson. Miss Marietta Huber and Mrs. Earl Zweifel were attendants. A reception was held at the bride's home following the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Bilsborough will begin housekeeping on a f arjn southwest of Titonka March. 1. ' The New Eggshell Nautilus 32 pc. Chinaware Set with gold and colored patterns $ SMART PATTERNS , DELICATE ' GRACE and APPEAL I NEW LIGHT-WEIGHT CHINAW.ARE In View of Spring Housecleuning ! Curtain Stretchers Specially Priced Sturdily Constructed DOAVNSTA~IRS STOKE The newest patterns in' weight dinnenvare have just arrived! Eggshell in color with gold, red, green or blue colored patterns. You'll be delighted with-' these lovely dishes and when you see them, you'll know they are of the latest design. Department Hears Talk at Library "Life of Christ in Art" Told by the Rev. D. L. Kratz. "The Life of Christ in'Art"-was the .topic of a talk .given- by the Rev. D. L'. Kratz at a meeting of the Woman's club art department Tuesday afternoon in the library assembly.' Slides of famous religious .paintings were used to illustrate the talk. Pointing out -that although no likeness of Christ was ever made during His life on earth and that not even an authentic word picture of. Him remains, pictures of Him are always recognizable, artists have an. ideal of beauty goodness and truth- which they paint into their pictures of Him. Shown as Latin. "The original pictures of Christ showed Him a Latin, although He was a member o£ the Hebrew race," Mr. Kratz said. .The first slide, "The Nazarene," the work of Toddy, showed a Nordic Christ. Mr. Kratz explained the significance of the pictures shown, interpreting their meaning and connecting ' them up with the Biblical incidents represented. Birth of Christ. The series, following the first slide, s h o w e d - scenes^ connected with the birth' of Christ including Annunciation to the Shepherds," Plockhorst; "Arrival of the Shepherds," by Lerolle; "Arrival at Bethlehem," Merson; ' "Holy Night" by Cqrregio; "Star of Bethlehem" by Burne-Jones; "Repose in Egypt" by Merson, and cherub detail from Raphael's Sistine Madonna. "Christ Among the Doctors" and "The Rich Young Ruler" by Hoffman; ."Christ and the Fisherman" by Zimmerman; "The Lost Sheep" by Soord; '"The Light of the World," "Jesus and the Adulteress," and "The Triumphal Entry Into Jesusalern" 'by Dore and "Christ Weeping Over the City" by Flandrin were shown from pictures of Christ's life on earth. Scenes of Death. Scenes connected with His death include "The Tribute Money" by Titian; "The Last Supper" by Da Vinci; "Christ in the Garden" ly Hoffman;" "Peters Denial"" by Harrach; "Christ Before Pilate," arid "Christ ' on Calvary" by Munckascy;", "Ecce Homo" 'by Guido Reni; "Descent From the Cross" by Rubens; "Holy Women a t - the Tomb" by Ende'rs and "Easter Morn" by Dore. TWiss Lydi'a Barrette "introduced Mr. Kratz. and Mrs. 'Harry Page who spoke ^briefly of the art show conducted b the Iowa .Federation .of Women's:clubs in Chicago. .' Bride-Elect Plans April Wedding- Mrs. Western to Sing Title Role in Opera ' Friday in Broadcast April 11 has been set as the wedding date of Miss Sally Tok- rnan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis' Tokman ot St. Paul to Dr Felix Litman, son of Mrs. E. Litman of Duluth, Minn. The Tokman a a v m m^ ??T' 1 ; es ^? nts £? Mas °" City, now live at 1077 Fail-mount K » I w ^ FTMlir i nn ' The ma[Tia e ceremony and reception will be held in trie Windsor room of the St. Paul hotel at St. Paul. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Wa-Tan-Yc club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Tu-Snot club-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Harold Ikenberry, hostess Woodman Circle Beryl Grove No 135-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Jefferson C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. George C Senn, 101 Kentucky avenue southeast. Mrs. R. R. Flickinger Mrs. G. E. Schmock, assisting. Mrs. Arthur Kiiager lesson or "Family Safety." I. O. F. lodge-- . 8 o'clock. Moose hall. Crescent club-8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., bob party WAGGONER-SARGEANT NEW HAMPTON--Miss Irene L. Sargearit, daughter of Mr. and MARRIAGE LICENSES ., ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage/licenses have been is-- s'ued to.'Curtiss Nelson, -'ai, : Clark's Grove, Minn., .and Gwyneth Jen-- sen, '-18, Albert Lea;'Max Lage, 1 32, Latimer, and. lone Mae Heidkross 25, Sheffield;' Emmet E. Benson 26, Michigan,.N. Dak., and ,Bessie I. Shaw, 26; Minneapolis; Verhon Bray, 22, and Beulah.Alberts, 28 both" of-Austin, Minn.. · · ..--o--· - . HALL-GRIFFIN CHARLES CITY--Miss Ruby M. Griffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ed Griffin, and Paul Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hall of Mason City, were married in the Lutheran parsonable the Rev. C. G Prottcngeier. Mr. and Mrs Lyle Olson attended the couple. Thirty relatives partook of the wedding supper served by the bride's parents. Mr. Hall is employed by the Barnhart-Lampert Lumber company. They will make their home with the bride's parents for the present. Mrs: W. A. Sargearit, and Alton J. .Wafegoner, «on of-Mr.'and JWrs. J. W. Waggoner, all of NewjHajhp- ·ton,'' exchanged : nuptialv vows Wednesday in the. First Baptist church with the Rev. Roy Longfellow, pastor officiating. The couple was attended by Miss .Dorma Schnurr and · Louis Sargeant. Both were graduated from the New Hampton .high school. Following the ceremony a luncheon was served at .the Towns Tavern here to · 29 guests. They will live on a farm iiear'here.'.' ---o-^- CARLSON-BURK C O R W I T H--Miss ' Lauretta' Burk. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burk of near Renwick, and Gilbert Carlson, son of John Carlson, were married Feb. 21 at Hie Carlson home at Corivith. The Rev. Karl W. G. Killer, pastor of the Methodist church,-performed the ceremony in the presence of members of the immediate families. The couple was attended by Miss Alma Carlson, sister of the bridegroom, and Thermal] Burk, brother of the bride. They will live on a farm near Renwick. Sale of LAMPS · EARLY AMERICAN STYLES · BOUDOIR LAMPS · TABLE LAMPS · DESK LAMPS · MODERNISTIC STYLES Assorted /styles in. -lamps · -with glass, metal and pottery b a s es, complete w i t h shades at this astonishingly low price! I DOWNSTAIRS STORE Dflmorvs frch, hand-fooled Italiqn Lcoihor designs. Beautiful! THURSDAY Energetic class-Congregational church, all day meeting. G. F. S. candidates-- ~ 4 o'clock, St. John's parish hall. Rebekah circle-2 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, Mrs. A. C. Holly's committee in charge, amateur program. Delta Alpha class-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. - James E Blythe, 431 First street southeast. Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. H. D. Fallows, 928 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Triple T club-1 o'clock, Cavern,. Miss Dorothea Diercks, hostess. Baptist Division 5-1 o'clock, Mrs. W. G. Sch'raeder 825 Third street southeast. Tn-Deck Bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Seymour A. Eusfad, 229 Ninteenth ; street southeast, hostess. ' O. T. O. club-2 .o'clock, Mrs. Frank O'Hearn, 535 Tenth street northwest Baptist Gildner division-2 o'clock, Mrs. Ben Kimrey, 720 Excerpts from Bizet's opera "Carmen" will be presented by students of the fine arts college of Drake university, Friday, Feb. 26, on a coast to coast broadcast when Mrs. B. Raymond Westo'n o Mason City will sing the title role The program will be handled b KRNT and carried on the Colum bia network from 3:15 to 3:45 p m. (CST). It will be presented ir the Drake university lounge, unde the direction of Herbert Gould dean of the college of fine arts. The role of Carmen will bi taken by Mrs. Weston, with Wil bur Chandler as Don Jose, Carmen's lover. Bill Collins of De JVIoines will sing the part o£ the toreador, Escamillo. Micaela, the village maid, will be sung by Ada Beth Peaker of Newton. In addition to a chorus of 50 voices, directed by Arthur Todd instructor in voice, the Drake university little symphony orchestra will play with Franz Kuschan professor of cello, directing. Tht broadcast will be supervised by Edwin G. Barrett, director of the Drake radio school. The opera "Carmen" was pre- seizes her and stabs very moment when DOWNSTAIRS STORE P Without Extra Cost Two of. tliete combination ash trays and glass holders ( r e g u l a r $1.00 value) included without extra charge during this special sale! Your ChoiceNEw, florentine Hand-tooled Leather Design, very beautiful; Simulated Walnut Wood- grain; Two-toned Spanish Grainy Antique Ivory; Woodgrain Chess Checker tops. Come in and Sec Famous Samson Features I hese B e a u t i f u l Tobies Samionhyde topi «rc wuhahlc. color-fait. bey of ^iarvefouc ^trennih '"IT* proof. Wee glasses Jeive no rings; hat te» «i marvelous irrengtn or coircc will not JPOI topi. T.biei win import , 200.Ih weight. Mail and Phone_Orders GIFT SHOP: DOWSTSTATRS'STOKE Jersey avenue southeast, " Mrs. R. J. Searle, assisting. Olivct-Zion Ladies aid- Church, Mrs. Agatha Payne Mrs. Walter Lance, hostesses - Immanuci Dorcas aid 2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Peter Nielsen, Mrs. Max Peterson Mrs. George H. Nelson, hostesses. Trinity Washington circle 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Morgan Havnen, 711 Madison avenue northwest. Mrs. G. Auch assisting. Athenian club-Mrs. T. L. Connor, 604 Massachusetts avenue southeast, Mrs H. P. McLaughlin, Mrs, W. Martin, current events, Mrs. J. A. Pasternak, lesson. 3. J. A. lo B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall, social hnur and refreshments Jonroe-VVashington C. S. C , 7:30 o'clock, Monroe school U. N. A.-7;30 o'clock, Moose hall. mmamiel Luther league 8 o'clock, church, Margaret Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Anderson, Lucile 'Anderson, hosts. BROWN-CHAPLIN IOWA FALLS-Miss Gladys Chaplin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Chaplin, and Dwight Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs J ,T -Brown, were married Feb. 20 by Mrs Lu H. Sours, pastor of the local Church of Christ, at her home. The bride was attended by Miss Hannah Nubauer. Carl Robert Anderson served Mr. Brown as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brr...vn were also present. Mr. and Mix Brown are at home with Mr. and Mrs. Chaplin, northeast of Iowa Falls. Mr. Brown is an em- ploye of the Rock Island railroad. Love: A blind sensation that makes the young man think the girl would look good, even in a gas mask.--Kewance Star Courier. sented in the Drake university auditorium, Feb. 11, 12 and 13 The story of "Carmen" takes place about 1B20 when Don Jose falls in love with Carmen, a beautifu gypsy girl. Carmen becomes tirec of him and advises him to return to his old love, the village maid One day Carmen tells Don Jose of her love for Escamillo, the torea- , and maddened by jealousy, he t _ . - j _ , , iei , ^ ^^ Escamillo, flushed by victory, comes from the amphitheater. - --o-Wedding Postponed a Day by Blizzard OSAGE--Ruth Wattum, daughter of Mrs. Tom Waltum, and Gaylord Lunde of Nora Springs, were married Monday at the Emmanuel Lutheran church by the Rev. Andrew Hegre, pastor of the church. Arleigh Lunde, the bridegroom's brother, and Dorothy Anderson were .the only attendants. Before the ceremony Mrs. Hegre sang, ' Oh Promise Me;" Mrs. L. A. Ask played the wedding march. Immediately after the ceremony the wedding dinner was served to 15 guests in .the basement of the church. Because of ; the snow- blocked roads Mr. and Mrs. Lunde have postponed their wedding, trip to Mexico, Mo., to visit Lunde's sister, Mrs. Gee and husband. Helga -Mrs. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Lunde had planned to be married Sunday morning but because of the week-end blizzard Mr. Lunde couldn't get through the roads from Nora Springs Monday afternoon he and his brother came as far as they could in their car and Mr. Hegre went as far as he could from here in his car, but the Lundes had to walk four and one-half miles to meet him. Mrs. Lunde was graduated from the Osage high school. Mr. and Mrs. Lunde will live on the Wat- tum farm near Osage. UOOSEVELT-.TACKSON C. S. C. AT MEETING Roosevelt-Jackson Child Study circle met -Tuesday night at the Roosevelt school with Mrs.-if. E. Vesterby leading the lesson on "Family Safety and the Community." Mrs. If. E. Quenrud was in charge of the entertainment and refreshments were served by Mrs. H. L. Boothroyd, Mrs. P. D. Gustafson and Mrs. K. E. Griffith. Anniversary of Hadassah to Be Marked Mason City Chapters Plan to Participate in ^ Observance. ' The Mason City chapter of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, will participate in a program of festivities to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the national organization. The silver jubilee occurs on Feb. 25. Mrs. Sam Richer, president o£ the chapter, announced today that among the events to be held locally to mark the occasion will be a joint meeting of the junior and' senior c h a p t e r s of Hadassah Thursday evening at the Jewish community center. On Holiday Purim. The anniversary date coincides with the holiday ..Purim, which commemorates the deliverance of ~ the Jews of Persia in 482 B. C. when Queen Esther intervened with King Ahasuerus in behalf of the condemned Jewish people. The Hebrew Queen Esther w a s called Hadassah, which the American organization adopted as its name with the motto, "the healing of my people." For 25 years Hadassah'has been engaged in developing and promoting medical and public health work in Palestine as its contribution toward the upbuilding of .the Jewish homeland in that country. . On the anniversary evening, Feb. 25, Mason City chapters will hold a joint meeting at community center, to hear a coast to coast broadcast on the network of the National Broadcasting company. Speakers and ' Purim music will constitute the program. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Miss Rae D. Landy, Hadassah's first nurse in Palestine; James G. McDonald of the New York Times, Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman, Mrs. ?elix M. Warburg and Miss Bertha Landsman will be guest speakers on the radio programs which will be broadcast by NBC from 11:30 to 12 o'clock Thursday evening, over the Columbia network from 7:15 to 7:30 o'clock in .he evening and from 4:45 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon over WOR. Mutual network. (C. S. T.) Drive Tor Members. A concentrated drive for new members by the Mason City chapter of Hadassah, is being held in connection with ' the twenty-fifth 'J anniversary of the founding ot the lational organization/Mason City has 47 members. Mr. Richer has announced that a special honor will be accorded all paid up members as of Ihe anniversary dale, ; Feb. 25, when they will be asked to ' inscribe the^j names on a parchment scroll that vill be placed in the reception hall of the new medical center which Hadassah is now building in -,Te- ·usalem. The scroll will be a memento of the silver anniversary containing the names of all of the ladassah members in the 350 chapters throughout the Union. ?he scroll will be circularized until.all members sign it. D. D. D. MEMBERS VIEET. AT P. G. E. Mrs, .Clara Stollenborg', Mrs. Vellie Fickcn and Miss Frieda Brown entertained the D. D. D. lub Tuesday evening at an old ashionod party at the P. G. and E. uditortum. The time was spent in laying games and a prize was resented to Miss Theo VandiVeer or the most original costume. _ ; uests included the Misses'Norma fetland, Dorothy Zander, Phyllis Rheingans and Katherine Kennies. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 . louxiesy AND (A.TISFAUTIOH WITH EVERY PURCHASE Final-Clearance WIFE PRESERVERS A convenient kitchen, towel rack is easily made by adding an extra length of chromium plated gas pipe io the stove connection. Entire Stock Included $ 695 ' $48-°° -All Reduced to Cost and Less Buy that-Coat you couldn't afford. earlier, in .the. season! This is our final clearance-. entire stock of plain and fur trimmed · coats must go! Black, brown and green--all smart styled coats--all sizes. Every Fur Coat at Final Clearance Prices Muskrat, Ariana Otter, Sealine, Natural Cape Sealskin and others-priced from ?95 and up. "See You Tomorrow" ^·Kci£5et«n.%j

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