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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 11, 1934
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN APRIL 11 Hi 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETlK ~~*^_~,^ WOMAN'S CLUB HEARS POWERFUL DRAMA INTERPRETATION Mrs. Cohen Is Speaker at Meeting A p r i l Program Concludes General Sessions of Organization. Sarah Biala Cohen held the attention of the Woman's club for nearly two hours Tuesday afternoon while she gave an enthralling reading of -the current Broadway success, "Men In White," at the April general meeting of the club in the First Methodist church. Skillfully effecting the changes from one character to another, Mrs. Cohen brought to the play an excitingly dramatic interpretation and · carried her audience from one tense climactic moment to 'the other with great artistry. Hippocratlc Oath. Preceding the reading of the play which is dedicated by the author, Sidney Kingsley, to "men in mede- cine who dedicate themselves with quiet heroism to mankind" Mrs. Cohen read parts of the Hippocratic oath which binds the medical profession. "Men in White" has as its setting St. George's hospital and the hospital and not any one person, is the hero of the play according to Mrs. Cohen. The drama concerns the struggle of a young interne, Dr. Ferguson, to choose between the medical profession and his fiancee, Laura Hudson. His affair with a nurse which ends tragically brings the play to a powerful conclusion. The rapidly rising tide of circumstances which sweep up to this conclusion came to life in Mrs. Cohen's reading and the very atmosphere of the hospital was created and held throughout the play. Vote in Changes. During the business session which preceded the reading, changes in the articles of incorporation of the club were accepted providing that the committee members as well as chairmen of departments shall be members of the board and that the annual meeting of the club be held in April instead of May. Mrs. John Senneff, chairman of the civic committee, announced clean-up week which will be held April 23 to 28 and asked that members of the club co-operate with the Junior Chamber of Commerce in the campaign. Mrs. Stuart Grummon, president of the club, introduced the new officers who include Mrs. Charles H. Barber, director, Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick, first vice president; Mrs. Enoch A. Norem, second vice president, and Mrs. George Barrett, treasurer. _j_ CURTIS-SIMPSON. OSAGE, April 11.--Leo Curtis, 24, and June Simpson, 17, were married Monday evening and left for their new home at Waverly where Mr. Curtis is employed in the restaurant operated by Roy Raub. Mrs. Curtis is the daughter of R. O. Simpson of Osage. LANG-McCLAIN. GLENVILLE, Minn., April 11.-George Lang and Mrs. Gladys McCain were married at New Hampton by the Rev. Mr. Williamson, pastor of the Baptist church there. Loss of life by avalanche in Italy and Corsica continues to mount. 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But, butter has more than matchless flavor, [t supplies health elements -- Vitmaiu "A" which builds resistance to colds and similar ailments (particularly in children)--and Vitamin "D" which helps build bone structure and sound teeth. There's health in every pat of butter and it pays to use it for that reason alone. Use butter freely on your table and in your cooking. It gives you double value for your money, because Its creamy richness is always enjoyed and its food values are vital to health. IOWA STATE BRAND butter was used at the Globe- Gazette cooking school People who try to tave the few cent* in price between bullet, and anything used tn iiead. arc fooling only them- lelveSi On the bain of food and health values, better gives far ney In Iowa, ihis pound-foolish policy take* double toll It rot* non-butter (amiliet of food element* vital to health. The dc. crraicd use of butter decrease* prices, robbing the itatr of rightful return from dairymf --· factor important to lour). U N R I V A L L E D IN FLAVOR. AND FOOD VALUE WEDNESDAY H. B. Bridge club-6:30 o'clock, Eadmar hotel. St James Wartburg Luther league -Church parlors, Carlton Mall, Paul Kruggel, serving. Phoenician club-8 o'clock, Bovaird tearoom, 215 Washington avenue northwest, E l e a n o r McLaughlin, lesson, Gretchen Bickel. I.O.F. lodge -8 o'clock, Eagles hall. Iowa State Brand Creameries M A S O N C I T Y , I O W A SING IN "WORLD'S ALL RIGHT" DR. MADELENE DONNELLY MISS MADALYNNE POWELL Dr. Madelene Donnelly and Miss Madalynne Powell are among the vocalists who will be heard in the musical comedy, "The World's AU Right," to be presented Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium under the sponsorship of the Y. W. C. A. Dr. Donnelly will appear as the "Tell-Me-a-Story Lady" in the children's story hour and Miss Powell is cast as the "Melody Miss" of the studio, appearing in the old-fashioned garden scene. Social Calendar THURSDAY Internes club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. M. Knudson, 15 Thirteenth street southeast. Roval Neighbors-2:30 o'clock. Eagles hall. W. C. T. U.-10:30 o'clock to 4 o'clock, First M. E. church, all day institute, C. A. Knutson, speaker. Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. T. A. Burke, 328 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Nlra Card club-2 o'clock, Mrs. M. A. Calkins, 723 Monroe avenue northwest. Holy Family Ladles aid-2 o'clock, school, card party. OHvet Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. W. C. Kellar, Mrs. John Moore. Monroe-Washington P. T. A-2:30 o'clock, school, John C. Shipley, "Delinquency in Children." . East Side Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. A. Case, 2:30 o'clock, 324 Vermont avenue south. Trinity Roosevelt circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Lars Hetland, 303 Nineteenth street southeast. Harding P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, Dr. Robert Mace. Athenian club-Y. W. C. A., Mrs. W. B. McGrane, hostess, current events, Mrs. S. C. Deyoe, Mrs. John Senneff, lesson, Mrs. W. Martin. Energetic class-Church, Miss Emma Hartwell, Miss Dolly Storey hostesses. Garfield P. T. A-2:30 o'clock, school. Central P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Immanuel South Division-2 o'clock, Mrs. Verner Gustafson, 1607 Delaware avenue southeast, Mrs. George Schriver, assisting. Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Delta Alpha class-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. E. Blythe, 431 First street southeast, Remley Glass, "Spain." V. F. W. auxiliary-8 o'clock, V. P. W. hall, 114% South Federal avenue. Royal Neighbors-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. Roosevelt-Jackson Circle Elects New Officers for Year The Roosevelt-Jackson C h i l d Study circle elected officers for the coming year at its meeting Tuesday evening in the Roosevelt school. Mrs. H. E. Wood was named president, Mrs. E. Zeigler, vice president and Mrs. C. W. Billings, secretary Mrs. E. C. Sullivan read the lesson on "Emotional Adjustment," assisted by Mrs. M. Zack, Mrs. Hugh Hughes, Mrs. H. L. Boothroyd, Mrs. B. Gustafson and Mrs. L. Proeger. It was voted to donate a part on the council visitation program. On the serving committee were Mrs. Billings, Mrs. O. Stoltenberg, Mrs. J. E. Vesterby and Mrs. Hughes. The last meeting of the year will be picnic. NORTH WESTERN WOMEN MEETS AT CARD PARTY Following the business meeting of the Chicago North Western Women's club Tuesday afternoon at the P. G. E., cards were played with high score 500 prize going to Mrs. B. Reynolds and low to Mrs. C. Budworth. Mrs. Frank Perry won high score bridge prize and Mrs. Guy Peters, low. After the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. H. Basset, Mrs. C. Christiansen and Mrs. R. Wyaut. Temperance Group Plans for Meeting R. S. Stanbery to Speak on Gross Income Tax Thursday. An all day institute will be sponsored by the W. C. T. U. Thursday in the First Methodist church beginning at 10:30 o'clock and continuing until 4 o'clock. R. S. Stanbery will be the speaker of the day and his topic will be the gross income tax. Mrs. J. D. Reeler will lead devotions and following a business session, Mrs. 0. L. Allen will sing. Mrs. John Sherman will speak on the Union Signal and plans will be discussed by the departments. Noontide prayer by Mrs. H. V. MacGregor will conclude the morning session. Pot luck luncheon will be served and the afternoon session will begin at 1:30 o'clock with the crusade hymn followed by prayer by the Rev. W. H. Spence. Miss Madalynne Powell, accompanied by Miss Lois Allen, will sing "Night" and "A Spirit Flower." After Mr. Stanbery's talk, Mrs W. H. Davidson will discuss state plans for the W. C. T. U. A play "It's Your Country," will be stage( by members of Mrs. Forrest Jacobs Sunday school class. Miss Nadine Kimrey, accompanied by Mrs. A. M Saug, will sing during the play There will be a violin duet b Dwight and Keith Stone. LINCOLN P. T. A. TO MEET FRIDAY. Officers will be elected by Lin coin P. T. A. at its meeting Friday 2:30 o'clock at the school. There will be music by the high schoo girls' sextet and G. A. Dale will give mental hygiene topics. The socia hour will be in charge of Mrs. Stella Byerly. HARDING P. T. '.-\. TO MEET THURSDAY Dr. Robert Mace will speak on "Sending the Whole Child Through School" at the meeting of the Harding P. T. A. Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the school Grandmothers will be special guests at the meeting. There will be music by the kindergarten rhythm band and the fifth grade will sing. Mrs. Rose Valentine will play. Old Soldiers See Governor for Comrade Mrs. G. R. Winchell, Head of Local D. of U. V. Explains Stand. The G. A. R. presented a peti- ion for the release of Marvin T. Jrattan to Gov. Clyde Herring Vednesday. They were accompanied to Des Moines by the heads of their allied orders including the G. A. R. adles, the Sons of Veterans and auxiliary and the Daughters of Veterans. According to Mrs. G. R. Winchell, iresident of tent 42, Daughters of Veterans, the purpose of the Daughters of Union' Veterans of the Civil war is to give aid to any Civil war veteran or his family in time of distress and so when the daughter of Comrade Grattan appealed to the fort Madison Tent for his release from prison the appeal was taken up by the Iowa department and the department president and her staff presented a petition signed by nearly 2,000 Daughters to the governor on March 15. Sought Advice. "The G. A. R., after seeking legal advice, then decided to present a petition on April 11. We hope the purpose of this act will not be misunderstood as it is only a plea for mercy for this old couple. We do sympathize with Mrs. Meade but we do not feel that vengeance on these old people would benefit her family. "One criticism against this act has been, that younger veterans will fee! they too should be released but we feel that the principles _ of the American Legion are too high for that. They are in sympathy with the G. A. R. Had Fair Trial. "The G. A. R. and allied orders know Comrade Grattan had a fair trial and he did wrong In committing the crime. They stand for law enforcement. This is just an exceptional case and if Governor Herring sees fit to sign a parole it will be only as an act of mercy. No political favors are attached to this petition as the G. A. R. has never used its influence politically. "They believe no organization should control the individual conscience and the ballot is an individual right. We thank each one who has helped us in this petition." DRUM CORPS AUXILIARY MEETS FOR DINNER Mrs. O. C. Tingley and Mrs. R. C Patrick entertained the Women' auxiliary to the American Legion drum corps Tuesday evening at th Jefferson Amber room. There wer 10 present with Mrs. F. R. Mahaffej and Miss Hazel Coe as guests. Th time was spent in playing card with high score prizes going t Miss Coe, Mrs. Henry Raun, Mrs H. F. Rlley and Mrs. F. R. Mahaf fey. DELTA ALPHA CLASS TO HEAR REMULEY GLASS. Remley Glass will speak on Spain at the meeting of the Delta Alpha class Thursday eveing at the home of Mrs. James E. Blythc. 431 First street southeast. Miss Madalynne Powell will sing. Relieve anil Control Periodic Do you endure draggy backaches, splitting headaches and distressing pains and aches every month? Do you suffer from cramps so bad that you have to stay in bed? Are you often nauseated? How many medicine! have you tried without relief? Don't be discouraged. Here it something that is almost sure to help you. Take Lydia E. Pinkham's Tab* lets a few days before the expected discomfort and notice the difference. This modern Uterine Sedative not only brings blessed relief from periodic ailments but it acts upon the cause of the trouble. Persistent use brings permanent relief. Chocolate coated--Sold by all druggists--in this handy tin box; Larger size ia bottles. Smarter Styles. 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