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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1937
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25 ·§1937. I 1 ;! 1! WAJTAN-YECLUB ELECTS NEW OFFICERS FORO3MING YEAR ^« JH" ^ v - "'" --^^^-^^---- ' · · · · - - - . . . ·»·--i-- , . I , , , , _ _ . . _ _ Mrs. Ramsey. Chosen Head at Meeting Annual Reports. Made on Activities of Service Organization. Mrs. Elsie' Ramsey was elected president of the Wa-Tari-Ye club at a meeting of. the organization Wednesday evening at the Hotel Hanford. Mrs. Ramsey succeeds Miss Mildred Kuhlemeier in the office.- Mrs. Charles Dalin was named Vice president, Miss Anna Logemann, secretary; "Miss'Olive Larson, treasurer; Mrs. M. G. Wimmer, board member for one year, Mrs. Ben Henry and Miss Kuhle- jneier, board members for two years. Reports were made , by the chairmen of standing committees and the officers for the past year, showing progress along 'the lines of service, club growth and association expansion. Retiring officers of the club are Miss Kuhlemeier, president; Miss Ethel Miller, vice president; Miss Allie Crisman, treasurer; Miss Rena Mack and Miss Bertha Gould, board members. Miss Ellen Smith presented three of her winning contestants including Hubert Cabbell, who sang ' "Where E'er You Walk," Ruth Dougall, "The Spirit Flower" and Clark Sweetser, "Sombre Wood." BITS ABOUT 'EM John Gallagher, 111G West State street; left Wednesday, for Nev York to sail Saturday on thi Scythia for Ireland where he wil visit his sister .at Letterkenny in County Donegal. Mr. Gallaghe also plans to spend some time in Scotland and England before' returning to the United States Apri 1 on the Queen Mary. « C · tt Mrs. Charles H. Barber, 217 Delaware avenue southeast, has returned from New York and Washington where she has been visiting for the past two months with her daughter, Mrs. L. S. Gross and her son, Philip. Mrs. George B. Streeter, Central Heights has arrived home from a visit during which spent'some time in, the Dakotas and in. Minneapolis, going from there'to Chicago where Mr. Streeter joined her for a few days, accompanying her home. They attended the International Ice 'Revue while in Chicago. a » « Mrs. B. I. Bright, 1104 West Slate street, has left for Waucoma, where she will spend a short tima with her sister,'Mrs. Charles Webster. . » ' * ' * , Miss Ramona Liesveld, Delaware apartments, has returned from Chicago where she attended a convention of classified advertisers. * * c Mrs. Robert Beach of Decorah is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Smith, .740 Birch drive. Has Convertible Neck GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT 1 PATTERN ISO Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY House Frock in Wrap-Around Style Features Necklin Which May Be V or.High as Wearer Wishes. .Made in a jiffy--this ne\v swing hem wrap-around about-the-house wash frock or apron! Furthermore, it's donned and adjusted in a minute. Thanks to the slimming sash arrangement that creates a length-giving panel at the. front. The youthful bow tied sash is quickly slipped through the slashed bound opening at the front. The pockets are useful for "odds and ends." You'll love the comfortable brief sleeves that cut in one with the shoulders. You're certain to like it in a bright checked or peasant print cotton. Even if you are an amateur at sewing, you'll run it up in no time at all. It's one piece" from shoulder to hem and opens out almost flat for ironing. An illustrated dressmaking guide is included. Style No. 2754 is designed for sizes 16, 18, 20 years, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46-inches bust. Size 36 requires 4/ 8 yards of 39-inch material with 4'A yards o£ binding. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin is preferred) · for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state- size you wish. · The spring fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents a 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 fake your choice, for there 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 Deparlment, 160 New York City. · Fifth Avenue Aleathia Brack Is Bride of Minnesota! LED YARD--A wedding wa performed at the Methodis church Wednesday noon whe Walter Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs Edward Miller of Elmore, Minn and Aleathia Brack, daughter o Mr .and Mrs. Tice Brack o f r L e d yard, were married by the Rev Harry Nelson. Gertrude Wortman of Lakot jang "I Love You" and "I Lov You Truly", with Fern Lewis ac companist. Marjorie Mayer and Marjorie Gabel were .flower girls ind the maid of honor was Mary 'ane Lewis. Wilson Brack, brother of the bride, acted as best man After the ceremony the brida' party left for Blue Earth, Minn, vhfn-e a reception was held for he immediate relatives. Mr., and Mrs. Walter Miller wil make their home on the bride- froom's fathers farm near Elmore Minn. There are two kinds of o-hose who make rulings that favoi us, and those who are tools o Wall street.--Cedar Rapids Ga- ;ette. BRUCEWOOD Dress of the Week "THISTLE" the color of the hour for your new dress of the week . . . not rose, not beige, not srey, not violet . . . but an exciting combination of all these hues . . . styled in an equally cxcitingr new bolero suit to give you Spring- fever. $17-50 exclusive with us DA men* Social Calendar THURSDAY Delta, Alpha class-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. James E Blythe, 431 First street southeast. Monroe-Washington C. S. C.-V:30 o'clock, Monroe school. n. N. A 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Immanucl Luther league-S o'clock, church, Margaret Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Hudolph, Anderson, Bucile Anderson, hosts FRIDAY St. John's Guild-1 o'clock, Mrs. M. C. Lawson, 10-J River Heights drive. Harmony Guild-Congregational church, Mrs. George O'Neil, Mrs. J. W. Lorenz, Mrs. B. A. Webster, Mrs. H. L. Knesel. Jefferson P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, pay night, G. F. S. Teen group-4 o'clock, St. John's parish hall Baptist division Z-1 o'clock, Mrs. C. T. Benson, 905 Carolina avenue northeast, Mrs William Kern, assisting. Methodist Ladies aid-Division 1, Mrs. J. H. Patterson 1530 North Federal avenue; division 2, Mrs. Artemas Brown 225 Ninth street northwest: division 3, Mrs. C. O. Wilkinson 1123 First street southwest, division 4, Mrs. H. W. Morgan 616 Madison avenue northwest division 5, Mrs. J. A. Sweet 1016 Third street southwest; division 6, Mrs. T. A. Burke, 328 Pennsylvania avenue southeast division 7, Mrs. J. T. Youngdalc 304 Carolina avenue southeast division 8, Mrs. Charles Ha!i, 805 Fifteenth place northeast; division 9, Mrs. M. Berglandi 114 Eleventh street northeast: division 10, Mrs. George Walters, 311 Twentieth street southeast. Our Saviour's Dorcas aid-Mrs. J. L. Snyder, 10D Twenty- eighth southwest. Christian Workers-Division 3, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. George Slagle, 11 Connecticut . avenue northeast; division 4 1 o'clock, Mrs. C. E. Sherwood, 702 Jefferson avenue northwest, pot luck luncheon; division 5, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Otto Engebretson, 311 Second street northeast, white elephant sale; division B 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. A. Gashel 804 Fifteenth street northeast. Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A 2:30 o'clock, school. B. P. W, club-6:30 o'clock, H o t e l H a n f o r d , international relations meeting Vomon's Labor Bureau-7 o'clock, Labor hall. Lcfirion and Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., joint party, the Rev. C. E. Flynn speaker. Dausrhtei-s of Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., patriotic program and tenth anniversary observance. --o-- UARRIAGE LICENSES SSUED AT ALLISOJNf ALLISON -- Marriage licenses ssued here: Eldo William Kolmann, 25, Bristow, and Emma Sdna Pohl, 25, Durnont; Jay Clark 2, and Viola Augusta Smoot, 19, oth of Greene; Fred Alrich Sroothuis, 28, and Freda Kappel, 6, both of Aplington; Albert olken Schage, 25, and Lily Louise iVedeking, 21, both of Clarksville- Harry Nichols Brocks, 24, Greene, nd Engelcna E. Wessells, 23, hell Hock; Jake John Jacobs, 2,1, \llison, and Anna Kluiter, 1!1, ^larksville; Harm Eilderts, 25, and rancis Korte, 22, both of Parkers- urg. -, . Plans Made '. by Mothers for Affair Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. Mothers' Chorus to Stage Show. The Mothers Chorus club of the Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. will present its third annual minstrel show at the Roosevelt auditorium Thursday and Friday, March 4 and 5 at 7:45 o'clock. Nineteen mothers constitute the Mothers Chorus. Four o£ them: Mrs. Lee Frost as Gardenia White; Mrs. Vern Shinn, Mandy Lu; Mrs. Douglas C. Fields, Pansy Black; Mrs. Pearl Gustafson, Liza Brown are black-faced soloists. The four black end men are Bob Burton as Bones; Glen Stubbs, Snowball; Harley Wood, Tambo; Al Church, 8 Ball. Character Roles. Six other men have character roles as follows: Leslie Valentine, Pork; A. P. Moriahan, Mush Mouth; Ralph Geer, Stripped Gear; Paul Gustafson, Hy-Pockets; Earnest Flarup, Rastus, and William Mahlstadt, Soot. A mixed quartet consisting of Mrs. L. H. Lundahl, soprano; Mrs. A. D. Anderson, alto; Al Church, tenor; and Les^lie Valentine, bass; will give several numbers and a men's quartet consisting of Mr. Church, tenor; Mr.. Flarup, tenor; Mr. 'Geer, baritone; and Mr. Gustafson, bass; will contribute to the program. Humorous bits of instrumental music will be the contribution of William Mahlstadt, violin; Mr. Geer, guitar; Harley Wood, accordion; and Mr. Flarup, bazooka. Many Features. The executive chairman is Mrs. Chester. Billings while Mrs. Leon Woodward is director and pianist and Walter Needham, interlocutor. The program opens with "Plantation" sung by the Mother's Chorus and "Seven-Eleven" .by the men's chorus. A feature, "Cues? What," including "Oh Susanna" and "Little Brown Jug," will be given by Tambo, Rastus and Stripped Gear. Mush Mouth in golden slippers will give "Buck and Wing" and the mixed quartet, "Lassie Mine" and "Out of the Dusk." Gardenia White w i l l ' s i n g 'Alexander" and instrumentalists will play "My Old Kentucky Home," '.'Sweet River" and "Coming Round the Mountain." Tap Dance Numbers. Beth Carter's tap dancers will give several specialty numbers, ihirley Ann Vesterby's "My Daddy" is to. be followed by Betty Ichmidfs tap dance. Five girls, Jetty Jane Johnson, Mary Lou Cverets, Beverly Ann Jones, Joan Polansky and Shirley Wishard will give a waltz tap feature. They will be assisted by- Glen Stubbs singing-"Meet Me' Tonight n Dream Land." Shirley Ann Vesterby will tap "One, Two, But,on My Shoe." Stripped Gear will piav the instrumental "Sax O'Phun," while Hy-Pockets will sing the bass solo, "King of the Deep" and P. T. A. TO HAVE PAY PROGRAM AT SCHOOL F R I D A Y Jefferson P. T. A. will hold its annual pay night meeting Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the school. A program will be presented by the school children opening \yith music by Miss Irene Miller's first grade rhythm band. The first grade pupils of Miss Mary Melzer will stage a play, "Old Woman in the Shoe," and Miss Carol Stuart's second graders will give "The Royal Toy Mender." A two part musical by the fourth and fifth grade children will ba presented under the direction-of Miss Irene Swedlund. The first part will be songs and dances of foreign children and the second, childhood medley Ths evening's entertainment will be concluded with a carnival featuring games, stunts and refreshments. The affair is designed for all ages and open to the public. Bones and 8 Ball will give "Raising the Ruckus Tonight." .The men's quartet will sing, "De Prognasticating. Brudder," followed 'by Mandy Lu singing, "Money and You." "Peggy O'Neil" is an ensemble number to be followed by "Sing, Sing, Sing" a tap dance by Arlene Wood, with the chorus assisting. A good night chorus completes the program of fun.--B. W. --o--· ROOSEVELT-JACKSON P. T/A. BOARD MEETS Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. board met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. L. Boothroyd, 38 Twentieth street southeast, when plans for the minstrel show to be staged March 4 and 5 at Roosevelt school were discussed. Tickets are being sold by Mrs. Boothroyd and at Vances. Business discussed for the coming P. T. A. meeting included a party for the minstrel show cast, the sale of candy by Girl Scouts at the show and the election of delegates to the P .T. A. district convention, March 19. The next meeting of the P. T. A. will be March IB and the Child Study circle, March 30. Mrs. Kelly ' Named Head of Society St. Joseph's Women Adopt New Organization Plan at Meeting. Mrs. J. W.-Kelly was elected president of the St. Joseph Tabernacle society and Mrs. S. J. Hickey, secretary-treasurer, at the annual meeting of the organization Wednesday afternoon in the parish hall. The Rev. Carl E. Kurt outlined a plan of reorganization, which was adopted providing for the division of the society into groups of 20 each, to meet once a month in the homes of the members. Two yearly meetings will flc held at the parish hall for the combined groups. Dues for the year were reduced to $1.50 and each group will be responsible for an assigned assessment. Each group will have a promoter. Mrs. Barney Sweeney was appointed to have charge of getting cassocks and surplices. It was announced that the 193C report will be issued as soon as all dues are in. The retiring officers, Mrs. John Hughes, president, and Mrs. John Hrubetz, secretary- treasurer, thanked the members for the co-operation throughout the year. Mrs. Theodore Jacobs read a review of "Gone With the Wind." At the close of the afternoon, the women surprised Mrs. Hughes, retiring president, with a luncheon and presented a gift to her in appreciation for her leadership throughout the year. The members weer seated at n long table with a floral centerpiece. --o-- iWILLIGAN-SOLOIHON NEW HAMPTON--Miss Lens Solomon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Solomon of Fayette, and Robert E. Mtlligan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Milligan of Nashua, were married Feb. 20, here by the Rev. W. D. Spiker, pastor of the Congregational church. Tiiey will live on a farm near Nashua. WIFE PRESERVERS Olive oil is helpful in cleaning the hands which have become soiled with enamel during a paint job. FORESTERS HOLD MEETING AT HALL The Independent Order of Foresters' meeting in Moose hall Wednesday night was followed by bunco with prizes going to Mrs. Lillian. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. W. P Chamberlain, and Sidney Bemis Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuppinger. --o-Importation of drinking water into the flood zone, vindicates that traditionally f a m o u s animal Thompson's colt, which swam the Mississippi to get .a drink.--Chicago Daily -News. Lillian Halvorson Becomes Bride of George E. Klipping FOREST CITY--AT,-, and Mrs. Clarence Halvorson announce the marriage of their daughter, Lillian Caroline, to George Edward Klipping, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Khpping which took place Feb. 19 at the Norwegian Methodist parsonage in Forest City with the pastor, the Rev. C. H. Petterson, officiating. Ths couple was attended by Mr and Mrs. Ralph Larson, brother-in-law and twin sister of the bridegroom. The bride wore an aqua crepe gown with matching accessories and the bridesmaid's dress was of blue silk crepe. Dinner was served at the bridegroom's home to the immediate relatives of the contracting parlies and later musical seelctions were given by Mrs. Petterson and a talk by Mr. Petterson. After a visit with Mr. Klipping's sister, Evelyn, at Iowa City, they will make their home at the'J. J. Lowe farm. A group of friends chanvaricd the couple following the ceremony. --o-- r The twentieth amendment rid Washington of lame ducks, but it didn't seem to affect the number of quacks.--Lincoln Star. DYED CLOTHES Sparkle With Beauty Our DYE service will give your old garments new life and beauty. You can have clothes that look just like new--at a very reasonable cost. We Dye . . .' MEN'S SUITS, OVERCOATS WOMEN'S DRESSES, COATS CHILDREN'S GARMENTS DRAPES Call for and Deliver Service PHONE 396 Mason City Dyers Cleaners · * · 1401 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY SMARTER STYLES, BETTER IDURTESy AND SATISFAOTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Tucks Give the New Surface Interest to These Spring Sheers Others $7.95 to $24.95 Soft dresses with new V necklines and tie-around sash come navy, black, beige, powder Close-Out All winter coots make room for rivals' Priced from Sacrificed spring or- and up "SEE YOU TOMORROW" TOIL,TOIL, SCRUB AND BOIL. SHE'S 50 FAGGED'OUT NOW, SHE'LL NEVER GET THIS WASH DONE. HO, HO/ I'LL BET SHE LOOKS A MESS TONIGHT WHEN HER HUSBAND GETS HOME. 7 WHY, RUTH -- DON'T YOU KNOW THIS V 1937? WHY PONT YOU USE A "NO- SCRUB" SOAP? COME ON -- I'LL GIVE OXYDOL Sf/E HATE0 WASHDAY WITH ALL HER HE A R T-- UN TIL..."] MINUTES LATER -- IN FRIEND'S KITCHEN BACK IN RUTH'S BASEMCNT MtNUTSS LATER. 7 BUT.I THOUGHT THOSE 'NO-SCRUB" SOAPS WERE TERRIBLY HARSH --AND FAPED SO AND OXYDOL WASHES COLORED THINGS AS SAFE AS CAN BE. ACTUALLY, IT SEEMS TO BRIGHTEN COLORS INSTEAD OF FAPE THEM. NOTOxypOL -- IT'S A NEW SAFE KIND THE I IVORY SOAP PEOPLE S MAKE. AND IT SOAKS OUT DIRT IN WHAT/ NO SCRUBBING, BOILING AND YOU SAY IT GETS CLOTHES 4 TO 5 SHADES WHITER ? ABSOLUTELY/ JUST WAIT AND SEE. --. , ,..,,,. ,,,, ,, f WHAT/ YOU WANT TO GO STEPPING TONIGHT--GREAT/ BUT, I THOUGHT YOU FELT v 50 WRETCHED ON WASHDAY V ^-- NIGHT. I'VE FOUND A NEW SOAP ^ CALLED OXYOOl THAT TAXES ALL THE' BACKACHE OUT OF WASHDAY, DEAR.. NO MORE "BLUE MONDAYS" .FOR ME/ STOP DRUDGING AWAY WITH OLD-FASHIONED SOAP! "T .iiai!^^ OxydolCuts Washing Time 25% to 40%-Yet This Amazing Soap Is Safe As Can Be For Colors, Hands! · Imagine! Only 15minutes' soaking -- no scrubbing, no boiling--and yet clothes wash 4 to 6 shades wliilerl Even Rrimy neckbands come, white with a few quick rubs between your fingers! It sounds too good to be true! But every day thousands of women are discovering that it is true --every day thousands are discarding oid- typclatindrysoapsnnd are switchnii; to OXVDOI. --thcSAI'E "no-scrub" laundry soap. OXYDOL--developed by Procter Gamble--is the result of n new formula which makes mild, gentle toap 2 to 3 limes whiter washing than less modern soaps by actual tests. And a patented process that makes it far faster acting. Thus, scrubbing and boiling is completely im- necessary with" this new and amazing scan discovery. OXYDOL saves you the hardest work --and it cuts washing time 25% to -10% in tub or machine. But OXYDOL doesn't depend upon harshness for these unusual results. It's made by the Ivory soan people --and it'ssa/e forall washable colors. Even sheer cotton prints washed 100 consecutive times in OXVDOL suds, showed no perceptible sign of fading. It's safe for your hands, too. And Oxypoi. is economical. Tests show it will go one-third to one-half again as far as even the latest soap chips. And in hard water it's often even mart: economical! So pet a package from your dealer today! Unless it lives up to every claim, he will return your money. Procter Gamble. TESTEU AND APPROVED 6f GOOD HOlJSEXEEPIHa INSTITUTE

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