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April 2, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2 H 1936 F. I. HERRIOTT WILL GIVE TALK BEFORE WOMAN'S CLUB Department Concluding Activities Current Events Lecture to Be Given Friday at Y. W. C. A. "Human Rights and Constitutional Guarantees" will be the topic of the address to be given by Dr. F. I. Herriott of Des Moines at the meeting of the current events department of the Woman's club Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the Y W. C. A. Dr. Herriott is the author of the Jaw nroviding for the publication of munfcipal accounts, the uniform system of accounts, reports and audit in cities and towns of Iowa, enacted by the general assembly of Iowa in 1906 and now in operation. In 1918 he investigated the initiative, referendum and recall in the Pacific coast states, for Massachusetts Manufacturers association. He is a member of the National Institute of Social Sciences, the National Economy league, the Arch- aelogists Institute of America, the American Society of International Law, the American Economic association, and Phi Beta Kappa, being a founder of the Beta chapter at Grmnell and a charter member of Gamma chapter, Drake. The meeting has been opened to members of the Bar association and junior college as well as to members of the Woman's club. It marks the close of the current events department for the year. Mrs. W. B. Casey is chairman of the current events department and on her committee are Mrs. R. E. Nyquist and Mrs. Lee Loomis. AN OLD JOKE Someone is trying to determine v/hat is the oldest joke in the world. We don't know, but "Elect me and I'll reduce taxes" dates a long way back.--Atlanta Journal. Mrs. H. L Knesel Winner of Brice Contract Trophy Mrs. H. L. Knesel won the trophy offered by Mrs. W. E. Brice for the best woman contract player in Mason City at the finals played Wednesday afternoon at the Hotel Hanford. The contest ran very close with three contenders tieing for second place. They are Mrs. J. C. Stoddard, Mrs. J. W. Irons and Mrs. Sumner W. White. Mrs. Knesel is entitled to keep the trophy for a year. Mrs. Allan Beck is the former holder of 'the title. .;. Rebekah Lodges Send Delegates for Convention Delegates from the Rebekah lodges of Worth, Mitchell, Floyd, Chickasaw, and Cerro Gordo county will hold their thirty-third annual convention in the I. O. O. F. hall Friday. The sessions will open at 9 o'clock and will close with degree'work by the Sheffield lodge. There will be a program and social hour for Odd Fellows and Rebekahs in the evening. Special guests will include Esther Leraing Of Des Moines, president of the Rebekah Assembly of Iowa, and the members of the advisory board for the I. O. O. F. homes, Lola Clinton of Marshalltown, Rose M. IT. Heninger of Sigourney, and Rose Viall of Mason City. All members of the board are past presidents of the Rebekah assembly. A special invitation to the convention has been given to Odd Fellows and Rebekahs living in Mason City who are members of lodges outside the district. EASTER STYLES in NATIONALLY ADVERTISED at $3to $4...our price Easter Sunday... and everyday ... you'll see these stunning shoes....going places looking vety lovely in GREY ...BR1TISHTAN...NAVY ... BLACK... decide on Paris Fashions for your Eastec Shoes. AAAfoC lowans in Washington Home by Mission Program Is Presented Catholic Pupils Featuring a program presented by the, fifth grade, the Si Louis unit of the Catholic Students' Mission Crusade held its meeting Wednesday in the St. Joseph school hall. A play, "The First Archbishop of Peking," concerning the work of Blessed John of Montecorvino, a Franciscan priest who was sent to the city of Peking to begin mission work there, was given with the part of Father John portrayed by William Gasaway. Gerald French was cast as Brother Nicholas, companion of Father John; Emperor Timur Khan was Donald Jarosh. Attendants of the emperor were Francis White and Bobbie Hansen. Bishop Gerard was portrayed by Cassiou McMenimen and Bishop Peregrine was James Balek; Bishop Andrew, John Wagner. Charles Younke took the part of a captain of the caravan and Wilfred Reuter was the messenger. Choir members in the play were William Burke, Anthony Cannella, Joseph Clark, Jack Fleming, Clem Herman, Joseph Herman, Lester Kelly, Leo King, Terry Nettleton, Richard O'Donnell, Charles Ringus, John Skyles, Patricia Connor, Geraldine French, Patricia Kelly, Shirley Kennison,- Merella McNamara, June McKiness and Pauline Paulsen. June McKiness, Betty Rosa, and Phyllis Woodhouse, entertained with a trio entitled "At the Children's Dance." A piano selection, "Little Tarantelle," was played by Patricia O'Connor. "The Birthday Party," another piano number, was played by William Burke. Papers depicting missionary life among the Indians and early whites were read by Patricia Velthoff, Patricia Kelly and Geraldine French. 'Somebody Has to Start the Thing," a group reading was given by Leo King, Clem Herman, Lester Kelly, Joseph Clark, Richard O'Don- neli and Anthony Cannella, .;. U. S. W. V. AUXILIARY HOLDS INSPECTION U. S. W. V. auxiliary met Wednesday evening at the V. F. W. hall with Mrs. Elizabeth Artus of Wa- ;erloo, department president, who nspected the auxiliary. The veterans and auxiliary members were served lunch by a committee in- luding Mrs. Mollie Carlson. Mrs. ;. Ferson. Mrs. E. E. Fleming and Mrs. J. P. McGuire. Table decorations were in the Easter colors, purple and yellow, and the refreshments repeated the theme Mrs. Artus was a guest at the McGuire lome during her stay hero. Hove Your . . . Wedding picture made here, at your home, or at the reception hall. R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. Mrs. Fred Biermann, wife of * Iowa's representative, is pictured in her Washington home with two guests from Manly, Mrs. _ S. S. Westly and Mrs. W. E. Co'nnors, who have been visiting her. In the picture, left to right are Mrs. Conners, Mrs. Biermann and Mrs. Westly. Mr. Connors is democratic chairman for Worth county. (Underwood and Underwood Photo. Kayenay Cut). SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY B. P. W. club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, Dr. Madalene Donnelly, speaker. McKinley Drama club-7:30 o'clock, school, costume party. Good Cheer lodge-7:30 o'clock. Moose hall. D. A. E 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. A. B. Adams, 680 East State street, Mrs. H. C. Shipman, Mrs. George Burroeis- ter, committee, reports of state conference. Women of the Moose -7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Immanuel Martha society-S o'clock, Ellen Larson, 109 Tenth street southwest. L. 0. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. Baptist D. O, A-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. A. Newville, 527 Fifteenth street southeast. FRIDAY Baptist Ladies aid-- ! 1 o'clock, church, reservations 1599W by Thursday. Church of Christ W. M. S-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, lesson, Mrs. Virgil Hicks, devotions, Mrs. Helen Dillon, Mrs. D. L. Kratz. Mrs. J. W. Hight; music, Mrs. J. H. Marston; reception, Mrs. J. W. Timmerman, Mrs. Herman Letts. Presbyterian circle-Central, 1 o'clock, Mrs. W. P. Tyler, 423 Sixth street northwest; west, 2 o'clock, Mrs. Martin Peterson, 1312 Adams avenue northwest; south, 1 o'clock, church parlors; Forest Park, 1 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Hass, 1 Taylor avenue southwest; east, postponed to April 10. Northern District Rebekah convention-- 9 a. m., to 5 p. m., I. O O. F. hall, regular Rebekah meeting. 8 o'clock, initiation by Sheffield degree staff. Kill K:irc Klub-P_. G. E.. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser. Congregational Women-Church, group 6. Our Saviours Hither league-7:30 o'clock, church parlors. Bethlehem Walther league-Church parlors, Lydia and Emma Heimbuch. B. A. K. E. auxiliary-8 o'clock, Moose hall. .;. FREE IiLETHODIST GROUPS AT MEETING Members of the Bible class and Young Married Folks class of the Free Methodist church met with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Elwood, 1118 Hampshire avenue northeast, Wednesday evening for their monthly social gathering. The time was spent in playing games and refreshments were served at the close of the evening by Mrs. Elwood and Mrs. K. W. I Spencer. ' Clinic Will Be Held for Babies at Y. W. Friday Members of the Woman's club child conservation department will be at the Y. W. C. A. from.l to 3 o'clock Friday afternoon for the monthly free clinic for babies. Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, Mrs. Walter Hyde, Mrs. F. C. Eslick and Mrs. C. M. Franchere will be in charge of the clinic. Babies will be weighed and measured and gold stars will be awarded for standard measurement and weight. Each child brought to the clinic is entitled to one complete physical examination a year. The I clinic is for all children from in- I fants up to those of school age. LOYAL 10 CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING Loyal 10 club was entertained by Mrs. Norman Spuhler, at her home, 320 Connecticut avenue northeast, Wednesday evening. Bridge was played at three tables with high prizes going to Mrs. L. H. Green and Mrs. R. F. Werley and low to Mrs. Ared White. Refreshments were served by the hostess. HERS, NELLE SCHWARTZ HOSTESS FOR SON Mrs. Nelle Schwartz, 421 Washington avenue northwest, entertained seven boys Wednesday evening honoring her son, Buddy, on his birthday. Games were played and refreshments, including a birthday cake, were served. O. X. O. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. DAVIS O. N. O. club met with Mrs. Jesse Davis, 1721 Delaware avenue northeast, Wednesday evening when 500 was played at four tables with high score prizes going to Herman Bohnsack and Mrs. Guy Angell and low to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carr. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bohnsack. Style Show Is Held by Y.W. Clubs Crescent Club in Charge of Presenting Lundberg Fashions. Crescent club entertained the T. N. T. and Tusalata clubs, the College Y and other friends at a style show Wednesday evening at the Y. W. C. A., sponsored by the D. K. Lundberg company. Helen Buehler was In charge of arrangements and interest was shown in the spring suits, coats, street frocks, crepe and knit pajamas and formal gowns which were shown. Games were played during- the evening and refreshments were served following a brief business meeting. Olive Easly reported on the business and industrial girls' conference held at Cedar Rapids and announcement was made of the national convention to be held at Colorado Springs. The Crescent Call, monthly paper, was distributed. The spring tea for members of the Y. W. C. A. and guests was announced for Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Y. W. C. f A. Mrs. Edmund Dunlop is chairman and hostesses will be Mrs. W. H. Spence, Mrs. Ada Felt, Miss Priscilla Swann and Miss Gladys Anderson. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney will tell a folk tale. The next meeting of the Crescent club will be April 15 with Genevieve Magnani as chairman. Maxine Hall was a guest. Tusalata members had dinner at the Y. W. C. A. preceding the style show. Their next meeting will be April 9 when conference reports will be made. MISS ADA COLBY HONORED AT PARTY. Miss Ada Colby, 301 Second street southeast, was honored Wednesday evening at a surprise birthday party given by Ruth R. Anderson and Ruth Olson. Guests included Evelyn Rholl, Norma Hetland, Enola Skram, Beatrice Lysne, Helen Wetterling, and Gladys Lysne. Monopoly was played with high prize going to Evelyn Rholl. A number of gifts were presented to Miss Colby. WIFE PRESERVERS By putting an Ink-stained cloth immediately into milk, and allowing it to soak awhile, the ink can usually be washed completely out, leaving no stain. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. George P.enson, 317 Second street southeast, have returned from Los Angeles, Cal., where they spent the past three months. * * * Grinnell students who will be returning to their studies Sunday after spending the spring vacation here are the Misses Jane Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams, Miss Catherine Webster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Webster, Miss Adelia Woodward, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Woodward, and Miss Margaret Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Thompson, and Miss Nancy Bowen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bowen. * * * Dick Currie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Currie, and Jack Struyk. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Struyk, and Joe Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fink, plan to return to Mount Vernon Sunday to resume their studies at Cornell college Monday. * * * Miss Ruth Sanders and Miss Margaret Patton, students at Iowa State college will arrive Saturday for a week-end visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Patton. ST. KATHERINE'S GUILD AT MEETING St. Katherine's Guild met at St. John's parish hall Wednesday for a I o'clock pot luncheon with Mrs. Charles George as chairman. Plans were made for the post-lenten dance to be held at the Hanford on April 14. Delta Alpha Class Plans Lenten Tea Easter Program Arranged for Saturday at Blythe Home. Delta Alpha class of the Congregational church will observe its traditional custom ot lenten teas at the home of its leader. Mrs. James E. Blythe, 131 First street southeast. Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. The class began the teas in 1916 and the silver offerings received have been used to carry on charitable work. During the World war, a milk station for poor children in Athens. Greece, was supported by the class under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Hibbard. Miss Addie Harris, a member of the class, stationed in Syrian, received generous donations from the class to aid in carrying on her relief work. The program will include an Easter message by Mrs. Jay Lorenz, a group of Easter songs by Mrs. Don Wells, Mrs. A. C. Hagerman and Mrs. C. E. Oilman, accompanied by Mrs. L. S. Sanders. The high school string ensemble will play during the tea hour. The tea is for all friends of the organization. L. A. TO B. OF R. T. MEETS AT Y. W. C. A. L. A. to B. of R. T. met at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday afternoon with nine members present and Mrs. Roy Lang, the president, in charge. Dux-ing the business session, plans were discussed for a pot luck supper on April 21 at 6 o'clock in the Milwaukee Women's clubrooms. The affair will be for membei-s and friends. Mrs. Jess Dennis was named chairman of the refreshments committee, assisted by Mrs. Dick Postma, Mrs. A. McAdams and Mrs. Agnes Ditzler, and Mrs. John Leibold, the entertainment committee, assisted by Mrs. Al Kirby and Mrs. Frank Barry. Mrs. Kirby won the attendance prize. The next meeting will be April 17 at 7:30 o'clock. If you want to make a million dollars, invent a gadget for a radio that will enable a listener-in to heckle the broadcasting candidate.-Atlanta Journal. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 "When you see trouble, 1 ' said Uncle Eben, "don't waste time ! blamin' somebody when you ought I to be scoutin' around foh de person dat kin help you out."--Washington, D. C., Star COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE b j Give Your Hair Life,Luster and Color Use Lovalon -sec the sparkling highlights 2nd radiant beauty it gives your hair. 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