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Mason City, Iowa
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SIX ·MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARYS? ·1937 OF SOCIAL EVENTS PLANNED AS MARCH ARRIVES i A Nominating . Committee to Report Woman's Club Will Vote fo New Officers on " March 9. March will come in like a socia lion as far as Mason City is con cerned with a variety o£ event planned for the first week of th month. Women's club events for th week included the board meetin Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clor in the administration buildin; when the nominating committe will make its report The slate o officers will be voted on at th' March general meeting of the clul to be held March 9 when Dean Herbert Gould of Drake univers ity will be heard. Members of the outdoor life de partment of the Woman's club have an informal program plannec for their meeting Wednesday aft : ernoon at 2:30 o'clock in the li ' brary. assembly. Roll call will be answered will news items of interest to garden ers.'Mrs. A. J. Feeney, Mrs. W. T S^nhard and Mrs. C. H. McNide will speak. The monthly baby clinic will b held Friday afternoon from 1 t 3 o'clock in the Y. W. C. A. ·.·.Business girls will assemble a the .Y. W. C. A. Tuesday evenin at 6:30 o'clock for the nationwid business girls banquet which wil be one of many such events given at Y. VV.-C. A's throughout th 'country. The Rev. C. E. Flynn wil be the speaker and his topic wil be peace. . Business and Professional Wo men's club has a meeting scheduled for Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford with Lora "Bishop, public relations chairman, in charge. ---o--. Federation .Broadcasts Are Planned Weekly Programs to Be Heard .Over KGLO on Wednesdays. Federated clubs of the fourth district will have a series of interesting programs to hear in their weekly broadcast over KGLO, ac, cording .to .an announcement b i Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, fourth dis- ' trict chairman. On-March 3, Miss Lydia Barrette will speak on "That Perplexing Program." Mrs. Homer E. Blough of Clear Lake will he the speaker March 10 and her topic is "Story Telling in Religious Education." Mrs.' Harry Reid 'of .Independence, district comrmtteewoman in the religious education department of the Federation, will speak on March 17, Mrs. George A. Blake of Charles City, state chairman of the history -department, on "Did You Know," March 24; Mrs. H. J. Steinberg of Mason City, "Book Chats," March 31. . . On April 7, Mrs. E. E. Hunter will give the second in a series of talks on "Better Your Speech." Mrs. James Cassidy of Waukon will talk on co'mmunity projects on April 14, Mrs. Carl Reed of Cresco, second, vice president of the Federation, "The Future of the Federation," April 21. ·On April 28, Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, recording secretary of the federation,, will discuss the biennial convention at Sioux City. INVITATIONS ARE ISSUED FOR PARTY Mrs. Lloyd Roberts, 218 Fourth street northeast, has issued invitations for a breakfast to be given Monday morning at the Euchre and Cycle club in the Hotel Hanford, honoring Mrs. Charles E. Strickland who has recently moved to Mason City from Chicago. Ill E., State -Mason City Bride at Hxme FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Keith Perry have returned following a month's wedding trip to Los Angeles and other points in California. They are at home in a new apartment over the Perry Hardware company. Mrs. Perry was before her marriage Jan. 20 Miss Mildred Ellefson of Thompson. C. E. Gilman Is Speaker at Meeting Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A Marks Anniversary of Founding. ; Founder's day was observed a the meeting of the Roosevelt- Jackson P. T. A. Friday afternoon at the school when a program was presented with Mrs. John Weber n charge. C. E. Gilman' was the speaker of the day. The program opened with two iano selections by Shirley Cook, he president's and founder's day nessage, read by Mrs. Ed Loterbour, assembly singing, led' by "VIrs. Douglas Fields, accompanied y Mrs. Weber, and two vocal olos, "Yesterday and Today" and I'm. a Longin' Fo' You," by iretchen Weber. Have Penny March. The history of the P. T. A. was iven by Mrs. Lee Frost, and d enny march was conducted with Irs. Weber playing the accom- animent.-. . . . - , Mr. Oilman's topic was "Step- ing. Out Together as a Family," nd he spoke of teachers and pu- ils, marriage and the family as a group. He said that teachers and upils should become friends and ointed' out -that all students can- ot be shoved through the same told of education. Bring Companionship. Marriage should bring complete ompanionship for parents and arents are responsible for the hild's altitude toward lite and the abits he forms, he said. "Home is or all who are in it, not just for arents, and not just for children," e said. "The, purpose of the home s the development of personaii- les of parents and children alike." After the program, the business neetlng was held. The next P. T. V. meeting will be held March 16. nd will be in charge of the eighth rade mothers. The hospitality ommittee for the month included VIi-s. W. A. Swift, Mrs. Herman Bruns; Mrs. John Weber and Mrs. . Cook. The social committee was made up of Mrs. Elmer Ziegler, Mrs. J. Jennis, Mrs. Ernest Olson, Mrs. Ed Loterbour, Mrs. Oscar Myhre nd Mrs. Mack Haney. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. H: C. LaGasse, 845 Third treet southeast, has returned rom Chicago .where she was ailed for the funeral of a cousin, Vliss Margaret'Touhy. ' · s * » Dr. R. E. Brisbine,' 222 Sixth treet northwest, left Saturday for Los Angeles, Call, 'where : he will engage in special work at the Uni- ersity of Southern California. He xpects to spend some time at the an Bernardino · county hospital vhere special clinics are being eld. He wil return by the middle f March. BANWELL-CROFT DOWS--The marriage o£ Miss inn Croft and Max B. Banwell ook place Thursday afternoon at owa City. The bride is the only aughler o f - M r . and Mrs. .J. .M. roft of Dows. The bridegroom is he son of Arthur Banwell of ows. A f t e r a brief wedding trip, icy will make their home on the anwell farm, west of.Dows. WEBSTER Sf*. AnAaemJjlen Splendors" COMMGWOOm 400 Attend Jefferson's Pay Night Children Are Seen in Per formance Held at School. A record crowd of more than 400 persons participated in the Jefferson P. T. A. annual carnival and program staged at Jefferson school Friday evening. It is estimated that more than $100 was cleared. The program was under the direction of the teachers and opened witli music by the kindergarten rhythm band with Miss Irene Miller in charge. Selections were "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers' led by Patsy LaGasse and "Country Gardens" led by Hank O'Leary. Robert MacMillan announced the selections. In Rhythm Band. In the band are Robert MacMillan, Lyle Hesalvoad, Billie Limmert, Mary Sheley, Bil Krager, Junior Anderson, Jerrj Parks, JoAnn Sherman, Charles Boyd, Albert Theilen, Barbara Hawkins, Marie Larson, Jay Marti, Mary Ann Prendergast Betty Davis, Shirley Walters, Davis Hays, Gene Sherman, Ruth Theilen, Donna Pierce, Robert Spencer, Phyllis Smith, Zona Co\ and Raymond Percy. Grades one and two, under the direction of Miss Mary Melzer presented "Mother Goose," a play in which the Mother Goose children pay a nocturnal visit to the old woman who lived in a shoe. Ir the play were Leila Helme, Huth and Francis Cox, Bob Wolff James Pierce, Jeanette Howe Jane Bublitz, Marilyn Kafer, Jerry Schiffman, Galyn and Obreen James, John Julson, Mary Alicp Heneman, Richard Hays, Donald Halvorson. · Many in Cast. Others in the cast were Shirley Ann Senn, Edgar Lomen, Darold Schmock, Dick Walters, Janice Davidson, Joyce Marshal, Ida Mae Black, James Odom, Colleen Burgess, Robert Davis, Janet Case, Aristedes Cazanas, Richard Hays, Jerry Schiffman and Dickie Walters. Miss Carol Starr presented the second and third grades in a play, 'The Royal Toy Mender," in Which a careless boy and girl are brought to trial for their willful destruction of toys. 2nd and 3rd Grades. In the cast were: Bobby Ehlers, Jerry VanEssen, Bob Walters, Charles Kirsch, Maybelle Adels- nan, Don Wren, Bonnie Leaman, Roberta Price, Rosine Hahschu, Dorothy Geer, Richard Parker, loger Johnson, Jack Grimsley, Wchard Alexandres, Dick Helm, Hay Randall, Marjorie Lysne, Marlys Mallo, Robert Frazer, Dorthy Plath, Margaret Bloomfield, 3ale Kruger, Tommy Freeman, Marilyn Preston, Dickie Pearson, Sana Pierce, Holland Heselroad, Mario O'Leary, Angus MacNider. The fourth and fifth grades un- ler tht direction of Miss Irene Swedland, staged a two part mu- sicala. The first part included songs and dances of foreign children and.the second part, a med- 'ey of childhood songs, i In Foreign Dances. Dancers were Betty Pearson and Jean Peterson, German; Susan Grimsley and Florctta Judd, Chinese, and Dorothy Jean De- ·"·root and Mary Lewis, Eskimo. In the chorus were Elaine Adelsman, Donovan Allen, Lulu Bar;lay, Sam Barclay, Don Burgess, Paul Davison, Dorothy .Ehlers, Dick Fox, Dorothy Gasswint, Melvin Halley, Bob Johnson Bob Sirsch, Patsy Krager, Ramon -.each,'Howard O'Leary, Lorraine ?ercy, Bobbie Peterson, Jack ?yles, LaVonne Rowcliffe, Doris Sharp, Warren Wolff, Joe Davison. Lawrence Ewers, Billy Frazer, Mia Hall, Geraldine Hanchu. Children in Cliorus. Also in the chorus were Elvin lames, Lu Verne Kafcr, Raymond Cassel. Bob Kruegcr, Shirley Leaman, Jack MacNider, Harold Marshall, Don Pearson, Allen Percy, Junior Schmock, R u t h Sharp, Dick Thompson, Harold Van Essen, Bob Walter, Bob Weed and Marjorie Wolff. Following the program, the aud- torium was cleared for games. In -harge were W. H. Rees, Howard O'Leary, H. E. Van. Essen, C. W. Oasswint, George DeGroot, G. R. .eaman, Raymond LaGasse, G. A. 'endergast, George Hawkins, Earl Ihlers, John Julson, Jay Marty and Ray Johnson. ' Carnival Committees. Committees included Mr. and Mrs. Al Kruger, Mrs. Van Essen, Mrs. George Senn and Mrs. O'Leary, fish pond; Mrs. E. F. Bloomfield, Mrs. Harold Marshall and Mrs. George DeGroot, candy booth. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Schiffman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davison, Eskimo pics; Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Heneman, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Leaman, Mr. and Mrs. John Julson, Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mallo, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bubluz and Mr.-and Mrs. Herman Kafer, refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Geer had charge of tickets. The children of Miss Lena Nicholas' sixth grade acted as door tenders, ushers, messenger bo'-ir, nursemaids and guards of "the candy booth. Return From Mankalo. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and 15 months old son, Donald, returned Thursday from Mankato wheer Donald has been in the hospital receiving treatment for the past few days. Flared Jumper Dress GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY X French Guimpe Completes This Juniper .Frock; Practical and Attractive for Little Girl. Chubby girls with active young legs will welcome this one-piece buttoned-down-the-front jumper dress. The swing hem provides ample freedom for romp and play. And could anything be more adorable than the peasant blouse with its demure neck arid full sleeves? It is made of a peasant cotton print, too. The jumper is of plain cotton and repeats the peasant print in the ruffling around the deep. armholes, the neck and down the front. Just for variety, a checked gingham nr dotted percale blouse, could be worn wtih the same -jumper. Or a gayly sprigged cotton challis would be attractive with plain cotton blouse. The pattern includes a diagrammed Sewing Chart that shows step-by-step how to cut it put and stitch it. Style No. 2954 is designed lor sizes 2, 4 and 6 years. Size -4 requires % yard of 39-inch material for blouse with I yard of 39-inch material and 2'A yards of 1-inch ruffling for the jumper. Send fifteen cents (15c) (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to slate size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents per 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 take 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 t Department. 160 address Globe-Gazette Pattern | New York City. Fifth Avenue, Federation Sponsoring Art Shows Popularity Prize Will Be Awarded at End of Iowa Tour. "Agricultural Lassitude," the painting by William Ashby McCloy, of Iowa City in the All Iowa traveling exhibit sponsored by the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs is leading in the Iowa popularity prize contest for an award offered by Hanford MacNider, according to Mrs. Louis Pelzer of Iowa City, Federation art chairman. The Iowa City was the first showing in the state and the exhibit will be shown at Des Moines, Omaha, Council Bluffs, Fort Dodge and Sioux City before the winner is named by popular choice. Marvin Cone of Cedar Rapids tied with Dan Rhodes of Fort Dodge for second place and Miss Edith Bell of Iowa City received a high number of votes for her water color portrait during the Iowa City showing. The popular pictures wiil be announced from time to time in order to indicate the trend of the choice in the different cities. The final choice will be announced at the meeting of Iowa's Federated club at Sioux City in May. Here the large assembly of club women expected to attend, will vote for their choice as they view the exhibit. In Chicago, George McKibben, Virgil M. Handier, Mrs. Mary Saunders Kulikowsyi, Mrs.. Alice Littig Siems, Judge M. L. McKinley and others contributed toward a popular choice prize for Chicago's choice of the Iowa exhibit. The prize was won by Mr. Cone of Cedar Rapids, for his picture, "Hill Farms." The picture has already won the Frances B. Mason prize. L CALENDAR MONDAY' U. G. L. club- Euchre and Cycle club, Hotel Hanford, Mrs. John Senneff, Jr., hostess. B. P. Kensington-2 o'clock, Mrs. Charles Myers, -:913 Pennsylvania a v e n u e northeast. Child Study club-Mrs. H. B. Major, 20 Oak drive, Mrs. Paul Loomis, Mrs. G. L. Wanamaker, program. Monday club- Mrs. L. R. Woodward, 507 East State street, lesson, Mrs. George M. Crabb. Twentieth Century club-Mrs. O. A. Lueders, 19 Fifth street northwest, current events. Mrs. Lee P. Loomis, lesson, Mrs. Lee Bailey, election of officers. 85 tlub-- 6:30 o'c 1 o c k, Presbyterian church, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Met'tlcr, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Liebendorfer. Decree of Honor-- i 8 o'clock, Moose hall. . TUESDAY Woman's club board-9:30 o'clock, administration building. Wa-Tan-Ye club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Idle-K's club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. Earl Sheka, hostess. Child Study Lesson Leaflers-- 1:30 and 3 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Bethlehem division I-Mrs. John Schneider. W. IH. T. club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Herman Bruns, 215 Ninth street northwest. Holy Family Ladies' aid-Postponed one month. Easl Side Social circle-Postponed one week. Matinee Musicale-Mrs. E. E. Ehlers, 112 Kentucky avenue southeast, program, Mrs. C. G. Maudsley, Mrs. Morris Laird, Mrs. L. S. Sanders. D. A. R. board-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Swarner, 404 Kentucky avenue southeast Chicago Northwestern Women-2 o'clock, P. G. and E. ?. T. A. council board-- / 4 o'clock, administration building. W. R. C.-2:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Business Girls' banquet-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., nationwide program. Unity Chapter O. E. S.-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, stated meeting. Ho club-7:45 o'clock, Mrs. Ralph Lloyd .Tones, 704 East State street, Mrs. John Shipley, leader. 'Meander club-8 o'clock, Mrs. E. P. Tracy, 403 First street northwest. Phoenician club-8 o'clock, Miss Margaret Rule, 11 Rock Glen, Miss Helen Abel, lesson. nioose lodge-8 o'clock. Moose hall. Junior Hadassah-8 o'clock, Jewish communtty center. WEDNESDAY !oterlc club-1 o'clock, Mrs. J. M. Robertson, 205 Seventh street southeast, Mrs. E, Hendrickson, assisting. O. T. T. club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. Roy Fellows. Lesion Auxiliary-1:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms. L. A. (o B. of R. T.-2 o'clock, Moose hall. Loyat 10 class-2 o'clock, Mrs. T. R. Galbreth, 705 Tenth street northeast. Central Lutheran N. E. group-2:30 o'clock, M r s / N . F. Boyd, 202 Fifth street northeast. ' P. E. O. Chapter GN-Mrs. L. S. Thompson, 339 Marj«- land avenue southeast, Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, Miss Marian Van Ness, assisting, election of officers. Olivet Missionary society-Parsonage, 1411 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Mrs. A. Hudson, Mrs. William Galbreth, hostesses. B. ami O. circle-Mrs. D. K. Anderson, 426 Fifteenth street northwest. Outdoor Life department-2:30 o'clock, library assembly. U. S. \V. V. Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. P. E. O. Chapter DZ-- 8 o'clock, Mrs. F. C. Goodman, 1205 South Federal avenue, election of officers and delegates, social hour, Mrs. F. F. Potter, Mrs. Mabel Blaise, Mrs. Max Kissick, Mrs. W. F. Ingraham. THURSDAY Sub-Deb club-- '' 7:30 o'clock, Charlene Horn, 820 Elm drive, lesson, Sara Stevens. Presbyterian West circle-1 o'clock, church, pot luck luncheon. Grace Evanseltca! Ladies aid-2 o'clock, group 1, Mrs. George Collen, 1221 Jefferson avenue northwest, group 2. Mrs. A. R. Hanson, 121 Fourteenth street northwest. "R. B. A. Health club-2 o'clock, Moose hall, Mrs. J. G. C. Johnson, chairman. East State Street club-Y. W. C. A., Mrs. Herman Bruns, Mrs. W. G. Schrader, Mrs. John A. Wiley, Mrs. C. C. Cassiday, Mrs. F. E. Carroll, Mrs. A. L. Adams, hostesses, Mrs. William Findlay, Mrs. H. J. Kassek, lesson. St. James Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. Gustav Ruhnke, Mrs. Max Rohde. History club-Mrs. John Shipley, 114 Third street northwest, leader, Mrs. C. M. Franchere. L. TJ. G. A. club- Mrs. Clara Nichols. Immanuel N, W. division-' 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. J. Kinney, 223 Fiftli street northwest, Mrs. Gus Larson, hostess. Athenian club-Mrs. M. J. Fitzpatrick, 635 East State street. Miss . Margaret Hanlon, Miss Margai-et Kelly, current events, Mrs. H. G. Weber, lesson. Novel club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. E. Homey, 428 First street southeast, tea. Sorosls club--'. 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. M. D. Miler, 824 Madison avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. David Convey. Zion Home Missionary society-Mrs. Ervin Dihlman, 117 Jefferson avenue southwest. B. P. W. club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Women of.tlic Moose-7:30 o'clock, Moose halJ. Good Cheer Lodge-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Kill Hare Klub-- · Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson, Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Conrad Frcd- erickson, 116 Seventh street northeast. Roosevelt - Jackson M i n s t r e l show-7:45 o'clock, Roosevelt auditorium. Immanuel Martha society-8 o'clock, Dora Petersen, 2107 South Federal avenue, Eunice Anderson, assisting. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY Congregational Women's Union-1 o'clock, church, group 4 serving. Presbyterian Women-East circle, 1 o'clock, church, pot luck luncheon; South and Forest Park circle, 1 o'clock, Mrs. H. C, Johnson, 305 Carolina avenue southeast; Central circle, 1 o'clock, Mrs. W. P. Tyler, "423 Sixth street northwest. Church of Christ Missionary society-- 2:30 o'clock, church parlors, devotions, Mrs. John Timmerman, lesson, Mrs. Virgil Hicks, music, Mrs. J. H. Marston, hostess, Mrs. S. S. Prindle, group 2. Methodist W. M. S.-Mrs. Hay Pauley, 83 River Heights drive, Mrs. T. A. Burke, Mrs. F. F. Potter, assisting; lesson, Mrs. H. B. Major, Mrs. W. J. Maythem. Baptist Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, parsonage, Y. W. A. hostess. Queen Rcbekah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. Bethlehem Walllier league-P. G. and E., Ed and Narvin Schaper, serving, Katheiinc Fischer and Anna Groh, entertaining. Roosevelt-Jackson iMlnstrel show-7:45 o'clock, Roosevelt auditorium. B. A. R. E. Auxiliary-8 o'clock, Moose hall. SATURDAY Browning society-Bovaird tearooms, Mrs. L. L. Minor, Mrs. Grace Titus, hostesses, Miss Inez Gwynn, Miss Marie Mendenhall, lesson, --o-MRS. ROBERT EVANS HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Robert Evans was honored at a miscellaneous shower given Friday evening by Miss Bonnie Beeler and Miss Evelyn Bistline at Miss Heeler's apartment, 12 Monroe avenue southwest. Bridge was played wtih high score prize going to Miss Julia Mace. A number of gifts were presented to Mrs. Evans who was Esther Porter until her marriage Jan. 22. Mrs. Evans plans to leave soon for Los Angeles to join Mr. Evans. February Bride W A T C H For Announcement of . Style Shoppe SHARE THE PROFIT PLAN FOREST CITY--Mrs. George Klipping was Lillian Caroline Halvorson before her marriage Feb. 13 which took place in the Norwegian Methodist parsonage at Forest City with the Rev. C. H. Peterson officiating. They are at home. on a farm near Forest City. B. P. W. Club Hears Talk at Hanford Miss Esther Pagenhart Is Speaker on Foreign Affairs. Business and;Professional Women met Friday evening at the Hotel Hanford for dinner, followed by a program based on international relations, with Mrs. W. R. Hamilton In charge. Miss 'Esther Pagenhart, speaker of the evening, talked on foreign affairs, discussing the activities o£ the non-intervention committee and the attitude of Italy, German and England toward the civil war in Spain. German Colonies. Miss Pagenhart spoke of German y's desire for the return o£ her colonies lost in the World war, and of the willingness of European countries to return them in the interest of preserving peace in Europe. "At the recent conference of American nations in Buenos Aires where President Roosevelt gave the opening address and our secretary of state was a'leading figure, we there made history," Miss Pagenhart said. We gave an example to the world for peace and co-operation with- 21 nations of American consulting together as their peace or the peace of the world is threatened. Neutrality Bill. The neutrality bill which is being considered by congress was discussed. Miss Pagenhart explained mandatory, discretionary and cash and carry neutrality and suggested that the neutrality law adopted by the United States will probably combine features of all three of the types. In concluding her talk, Miss Pagenhart spoke of people in Europe whose acquaintance she made last summer and said that the best way for peace is through understanding. .. Mrs. Alice Johnson gave a travel talk in Scandinavian dialect. Miss Eva Scott reported on the safety council meeting. --o--· JOIINSON-HANSEN COULTER--Miss Arloene Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hansen of Coulter, and Lawrence Johnson of Dows were married in the Lutheran church here. The bride's sister, Miss Delore.s Hansen, was bridesmaid. The young couple will reside on the Sorcn Larson farm. Anniversary H Is Observed by Daughters Patriotic Program Given at Meeting Held at -Y. W. C. A. Following the regular session oC the Daughters of Union Veterans held in the Y. W. C. A. club rooms Friday evening, a patriotic program and candle-lighting ceremony was given, marking the tenth anniversary of Dorothea L. Dix Tent No. 42 organized in Mason City Feb. 25, 1927. Special guests were the department patriotic instructor, Mrs. G. R. Winchell of Mason City, and department chaplain, Mrs. Grace Hudson of Clear Lake, .charter members of tent No. 42 and members of Clear Lake Tent No. 45. Mrs. D o r a Liesveld, program chairman, extended the welcome and announced the program. Musical Numbers. Miss Doris Garvey, accompanied by Miss Betty Church, played a bassoon-solo. This was followed by the singing of the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "America." The candle-lighting ceremony was conducted by Mrs. S. A. Bemis, president of Tent No. 42. Past presidents, Miss Marie Fuller, Mrs. George' Tatum, Mrs. August Hanson, Mrs. G. R. Winchell and Mrs. H. F. Goodwin, assisting Mrs. Bemis, told of the interesting activities during their years as presiding officer. Mrs. _J. J. Sheldon reviewed the organization meeting and the adoption oC the charter. Mrs. Bemis announced that nearly ?30'had been received in birthday gifts. Mrs. G. R. Winchell gave a resume of the activities of the tent* for the past 10 years in "Memories of Dorothea L. Dix Tent" and paid a tribute to th e Civil war nurse, Dorothea L. Dix, for whom the tent No. 42 was named. A piano solo was played by Miss Marjory Pickett. Tribute Is Paid. A tribute to the two great Americans whose birth dates are in February, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, was given by Mrs. Vinnie Christensen. Mrs. Alta Rule played "The Star Spangled Banner" during the salute to the American flag. The department patriotic instructor, Mrs. Winchel!, presented the flag. Visiting members from Tent No. 45, Clear Lake, were Mrs. Eugene Grimm, Mrs. Scherf Nelson, Mrs. A. M. Olinger, Mrs. J. C. Charlesworth, Mrs. Cynthia Taylor, Mrs. P. D. Leath, president of Clear Lake tent, and Mrs. Hudson, department chaplain. Yellow and white, the national colors of the Daughters of Union Veterans, were used in the decoration of the birthday cake and the refreshments served at the close of the evening's program. Mrs. Mary Faktor, Mrs. Orlando Belseth and Mrs. Cora Kennedy were the committee in charge of the refreshments. --o--· SUKPHISE BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN Mrs. Harley Grenicr was honored Jit a surprise birthday party, given at her home, 711 Wasliing-' ton avenue southwest.' The time was spent in playing cards and refreshments were served. A number of gifts were presented to Mrs. Grenicr. Guests included Mrs. William Hansen, Mrs. William Swehla, Mrs. Louis May, Mrs. R. L. Jones, Mrs. M. C. Sullivan, Mrs. Oscar Martin, Mrs. H. Mattess, Mrs. Charles Whitney, Mrs. Victor Purington, Mrs. Dee McCoid, Mrs. B. L. Cogill, Mrs. John Cogill and Mrs. C. H. Beckman. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED AT GARNER GARNER--Glen M. Onnririch, 32. Kanawha, and Elsie A. Eenhuis, 22, Brilt, were issued a marriage license Feb. 25. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 COURTESY A M D SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Pajamas House Coats Robes--Kimonas Nowhere can you find a collection to large and varied a: is offered you here in Gortons, Rayons, Silks, Corduroys and Woolens. Styles, color combinations and sizes fo meet the most exacting. Hundreds of garments to choose from in the style and at the price you wish to pay. $1 98 ^^^ ctni\ i and up SEE YOU TOMORROW (MONDAY)"

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