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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, March 11, 1939
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'SSJ r 1 SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1939 VARIETY Best Seller Author Will Speak Here Woman's Club, Little Theater, A. A. U. W. Plan for Meetings Little Jack Horner who sat in i corner got only a plum when h t inserted his thumb, but the society editor puts her finger in let-?° P ' e a " d What does ? he a Little Theater meetlng^n If A! - .1 meet 'n and farther down n the pie-not to be reached th^ week are the bobby s l,ow, the cooking school, the P T A TM vention. ' MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE VENTS IN S MAS CITYANS Today's Popular Design by Carol Aime mail ' s club will as- C L r " enr y C Link, psychologist, on "The Return to ReUgion." Mrs. Bertha £fn e ", ^ iJ1 Play a 15 minu te organ prelude preceding the lecture ,. ? ul TMg *e business meeting, the club will vote on a slate of nominees for office including Mrs rd ' Lear , ..--m secre- . .Irs. H. E. Bast, recording secretary, Mrs. Francis Beck, cor? responding secretary, and Mrs Hanford MacNider, director. The Mason City branch of the American Association of University Women will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Bo- Vaird tea room for 3 which will include a continuatfoTM of the study of consumer's prob- by Miss Eleanor Hazlett and _Gladys Price will discuss the association's work on the economic and legal status of women. Mrs. O. A. George and Miss Grace Barnard will be hostesses. Little Theater members will nave their March meeting Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the P. G and E. auditorium. Plans for the next play will be discussed at this session. MRS. H. E. KUHLEMEIER --Phofo by Kussell Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pattschull /1J/ Connecticut avenue southeast, have returned from a winter vacation in Tampa and St Miss Flossie Helm, formerly of Mason City, who has been em- Ployed for the past year in Washington, D. C., with the I. C. C. has returned to Des Moines to resume her work at the First Methodist church there. « » * 10 M ^, an J Mrs ' Ernest Maxson, 19 Twenty-fourth street south- J vest ' P. 1 ,? 11 to I e a v e Sunday lor California, accompanied by t n e i r son, Roland, who is returning to his post in the U S "^, v 7, at San Dle go. The Maxsons will be gone three weeks, planning to visit their daughter, Edith and two brothers of Mrs. Maxson ia Los Angeles. * * * Mrs. R. F. DeSart. 123 Monroe avenue southwest, has returned from Elgin, where she visited relatives of Dr. DeSart. She was called there by the illness and death of W. F. DeSart, who died Feb. 18 at the age of 81. * a * Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Zea 1129 East State street, left Saturday for New York City. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Steece. 308 Iwelfth street northwest, have left on a trip to Tuisa, Okla. o * o Ralph Fischbeck, 1104 Mrs. Adams avenue northwest, who has just returned. from Ottumwa where her mother has been ill. was called back there Friday when her mother suffered a relapse. -- o -ROYAL NEIGHBORS AT MOOSE HALL Royal Neighbors lodge No 476 Juamta camp met at the Moose hall with the oracle, Mrs. Archie Woods, presiding. Plans were made to start a new juvenile cnmp with Mrs. George E. Rodgers as director. An invitation from the Woodmens lodge for an oyster Conference to Be Held at Monroe Mason City P. T. A. Members Preparing for March Session Mason City P, T. A. members are working on various committees in. preparation for the north central district conference o£ the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers to be held in Mason City at Monroe school on March 24 Mrs. A. E. Anderson of Fort Dodge, president, will preside at the meeting which will open at 9 o'clock with registration and a district board meeting which will be attended by all council presi- denis. Madrigal Singers Mrs. Harry Kushner of Emmetsburg, first vice president, will call the meeting to order and the Rev Roy Peyton, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will give the invocation. A madrigal group from the high school will sing and Mrs W. P. Butler, president of the Mason City P. T. A. council will give greetings. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore of Algona will respond. Mrs. Anderson will have charge of the business session which will be followed at 10:30 o'clock by a talk by Dr. James Marshal], Australian naturalist. The remainder of the morning will be spent in discussion and luncheon at the Presbyterian church will follow Mrs. Irvin Repp is taking reservations for the luncheon. Two Addresses _At 1:15 o'clock, the convention will resume with Mrs. H. L Gilmore of Algona, second vice presi- Hart t- I.-. .,1 ·» f i"*-»ji \eter Couple Will Make Home on Farm Near Rockwell After Trip Mr. and Mrs. F. E. O'Harrow of Rockwell announce the marriage of their daughter, Jean, to Harold E. Kuhlemeier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kuhlemeier of Rockford, which took place Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the First Methodist Episcopal church at Waterloo with the Rev. Henry L. Weiss officiating. Attendants were Miss Dorothy Marth and Benjamin Kruse. The bride was attired in a street dress of dusty rose with japonica accessories and wore a shoulder corsage of talisman roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid, whose corsage was o£ talisman roses and violets, wore a suit of raspberry with navy blue accessories. Mrs. Kuhlemeier is a graduate of the Mason City high school and has been employed by the E W Clark and company and Home Loan and Finance company Mr Kuhlemeier is a graduate o£ the Rockfprd high school- After a short wedding trip Mr and Mrs. Kuhlemeier will reside on his farm northeast-of Hockford H elping the omemaker dent, in charge. Mrs. F. M. Humphrey will sing and at 2 p clock, Dr. Earl E. Harper, director of the school of fine arts of the University of Iowa, will speak on "What Youth Wants to Know * I C ; £ Cdlestez-, state president of the Iowa Parent-Teacher congress, will speak/ at 2-45 ' By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Sour Cream Cole Slaw (Meals Serving Four) Breakfast Apricot Sauce Cooked Wheat Cereal Cream Scrambled Eggs Buttered Corn Bread Coffee Luncheon Mushroom Rabbit Spiced Pears Chocolate Bars Tea Dinner Veal Chops En Casserole Glazed Parsnips Biscuits Currant Jelly Sour Cream Cole Slaw Cottage Pudding Caramel Sauce Coffee for Adults Milk for Children Veal Chops, En Casserole 5 loin chops % cup flour % teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons finely chopped omens 2 tablespoons chopped celery 4 tablespoons chili sauce 2 tablespoons butter 1 cup boiling water Wipe off chops with a damp cloth. Sprinkle with flour and place m a shallow casserole, bpnnkle with seasonings and chili sauce. Add butter and half the water. Cover and bake for 40 minutes in a moderate oven. Add 25 620 ^SSH?^?h¥^Ss£ To: Mason City Globe-Gazette " 9 W6St Ninetee ^ Street, New York, N. Y. Name Address All ReproductionRights to This Design SOCIAL CALENDAR rest of water and bake for minutes. Johnnsen and Frank Sc'hultz. SCHERMERHORN DAIRY TRY OUR NEW PAPER BOTTLE See How Safe, Sanitary and Convenient It Is. PLUS OUR HIGH QUALITY MILK ASK YOUR GROCER o'clock. Reports from standing committees and election of delegates to the national convention will fol- --o-Martha Ambroson Is Elected President of Club at Leland LELAND--The Leland Women's Federated club met at the home of Mrs. Mane Holland Wednesday afternoon and the following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Martha Ambroson- vice president, Mary Jane Holland; recording secretary, Ida ·Belsheim; corresponding recorder, Mane Holland and treasurer Kalhryn Thune. RUBY L. GUILDERS OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Ruby Lucille Childers celebrated her twelfth birthday Friday afternoon by entertaining 14 of her schoolmates at a party Guests were Shirley Kropf, Shirley Whitney, Janice Spencer Beverly Kalahar, Suzanne Senneff, Joanne Chandlee, Charlotte Johnson, Jayne Davis, Gladys W.gdahl Edith Brown, Ardeel Kephart and Marybelle Martin. I ne guests played games and refreshments were served. LICENSES ISSUED MARCH WEDDINGS cen; we land, and Alice Grundy Center; Glazed Parsnips e cooked parsnips 3 tablespoons butter 1-3 cup brown, sugar Vs teaspoon salt % teaspoon paprika 2-3 cup boiling water Place parsnips in a shallow baking dish. Boil rest of ingredients .tor two minutes and then pour over parsnips. Bake for 30 minutes in a moderate oven. Turn several times to allow even cooking. Sour Cream Cole Slaw 1-3 cup mayonnise 1-3 cup thick sour cream 1-3 cup lemon juice % cup granulated sugar \'-i teaspoon salt V\ teaspoon paprika l-i teaspoon celery salt j-i cup chopped ripe olives * cups chopped cabbage Mix mayonnaise with cream Arfrf seasomn S s - Beat thoroughly. Add rest of ingredients and chill A. Werle, ... -. and chill. with pimiento strips. Dancing Party Held at Madison School Gym by Horshu Club The Horshu club, an oreanira ton of Midland Hcighte girts £- crtained the star club, girls from the Grant district, at n party j n tne Madison school gymnasium Inday evening. Fifty young people ranging in ages from 14 to 20 years were present and the evening was spent in dancing. Music was furnished by S a m Ervin. were served. furnished Refreshments Wagoner, 38, Elmer T.'Popple, 45 Rohester' 0 1 A " |A1I Our Workj Guaranteed GOOD WORK at LOWER COST Mason City Laundry Co. PHONE 7381 The dance was sponsored and supervised by the WPA recreation project, --o-JUNIOR C. D. A. TROOP MEETS AT McCARRONS Junior Catholic Daughters of America met at the home of Ralph McCarron, 7H Adams avenue northwest. After the business session, refreshments were served by Jettie Ann McCarron and Patricia Evans. WEDDINGS PERFORMED AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA -- Marriages performed by the Rev. William Kent at the Little Brown church include those of Dorothy Mae Rowcnhorst and Jake D. Roos, Hospers; Mildred Strum, Veronica. III., and John Parker, Jr., Mazon, 111. --o-QUEEN REBEKAH CIRCLE MEETS Queen Rebekah circle met Friday afternoon at the 1 O O F parlors and the time was scent making May baskets for the h6me. Hostesses were Mmes. Oliver Repp, Joe Goelz, George Hubacher, Ernie Olson. Isabel Peterson, Jennie McEldoon MONDAY H. E. O. club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Rhoda -Tofflemire, 1211 Quincy avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. Ella Maddy. U, G. L. club -- L,°' c l°f k ' MrE - w - R - ozd Adams avenue northwest lesson, Mrs. B. A. Webster. Midland club -2:30 o'clock, Miss t Stella Pa=e 212 Second street southeast Twentieth Century club- Mrs. O. A. Lueders, 13 Fifth street northwest, program, Mrs. George Willis Hill. Mrs. W A Westfall. ' ' P. T. A. council-4 o'clock, Lincoln school auditorium. Sheladime club -6:30 o'clock, Mrs. 1003 Elm drive. Garficia Parent Education group _ 7:30 o'clock, school,. Mrs. C E Tandy, lesson. A. A. V. W-- l?° °' clock Bovaitd tearoom, Mrs. O A. George, Miss Grace tsarnard, hostesses M. W. A.-7:30 o'clock. Moose hall Beta Sigma Phi-^ ^; 30 o'clock, Hanford hotel. Delta Theta Chi-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Daughters of Veterans _ · 7:45 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms. Presbyterian Evening circle _ 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Walter Br; hall, 1103 Pennsylvania nue northeast. TUESDAY Wa-Tan-Te club -12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. ' ' Calvary Monroe circle-- o£° °' clock Mrs - Merrill Tatum, JOB Taylor avenue northwest. St. Gertrude's circle -2 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Kelly, 32 Kentucky avenue southeast. Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. boara L° c lS ck ' MlT - Walter Needham, .«3 Twentieth street southeast listing! am- ave- r - Ladies aid -, ' R - A Maple drive. Woman's club -- man, 20 Linden drive ' Trinity Lincoln circle--' 7«° £±£,. M / tsreeA - Quisling, -D S A Larson, assisting. P. E. O. chapter GN-Mrs Karl Waggoner, Mrs. Don Wieder, Mrs. Ira' Stinson, hostesses, Mrs. C. C. Palmeter, lesson. P- E. O. chapter DZ-- a; 3 -°fl cT10ck ' Mrs - R - s - Stanbery, aia Delaware avenue northeast lesson, Mrs. Max Walker, Mrs Sumner White. L. A. of B. of R. T 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall THURSDAY History club-Mrs. H. L,. Knesel, 120 Fourth street northwest, lesson, Mrs. H. D. Page. Tri-Deck bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. L. G. Hawkins, 108 River heights drive. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-2 o'clock, Mrs. ' C. Buehler 1333^ North Federal avenue! Mrs. M. Ferman, assisting R. N. A.-Moose hall, Mrs. Edith Kipp, chairman. i. V. G. A.-Mrs. Henry Hanson. fcnmannel northeast division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Henry Her- fmdahl, 308 Indiana avenue southeast.' Trinity Ladies aid-- or Annual Homemakers Course to Be Held March 28 to April! . There is a real "success storv" m the career of Miss Ann King's- ley noted food authority, who will conduct t h e cooking school "Foods of the. Hour," for the Globe - Gazette M a r c h 23 to As a lecturer and demonstrator on cookery topics, Miss Kingsley has won an enviable reputation throughout the country. She is known, too, as a writer on homemaker's problems, and readers of the Globe-Gazette, have enjoyed her articles. She is also heard frequently on radio programs in talks on food subjects. Miss Kingsley conducted a cooking school here a few years ago. Miss Kingsley is a member of the staff of the National Live Stock and Meat Board which represents all branches of the livestock industry, and has been =* leader in research work into th best methods of meat cookery, i co-operation with the U. S. de aartment of agriculture and 'th lome economics departments .eading state universities and co: eges. Miss Kingsley, therefor speaks with authority on the sub ect o£ meat cookery, to which sh devotes special attention on he rogram, and she has also a wid cnowledge of all present-da methods of food preparation. Has Wide Experience Miss Kingsley has wide experi e n c e in conducting cookin ;chools in all sections of th MJSS ANN KINGSLEY 2:30 o clock, church, Mmes. J. O. Gilbertson, L. A. Whipple Andrew Lysne, Jake Stevens hostesses Athenian club-Mrs. H. E. Sizer, 416 Delaware avenue northeast,, lesson, Mrs. events, ^ !» o'clock, Methodist church, -t~ V,\. Lmk ' s P e aker. f - uni-t ,. ' . ity Chapter No. 58, O E S -5:30 o'clock, Masonic temple social hour, 6:30 o'clock, membership dinner; 7:30 o'clock, initiation. .^B. F. A. Lodge Velehrad-- :3p o'clock, P. G. and E. audi- . Clio club-L 120 Fourth Miss Ruth street northwest, Stevens, lesson. Hanpy Dozen Birthday club 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harold Central annex, apartmer.t 3. Phoenician club-8 o'clock, Miss Kalhryn Kohl Manly, lesson, Mrs. Harlan Girton. WEDNESDAY Queen of Clubs-\ °' c j ock ' E a dmar hotel, Mrs. M A. Harpster. Calvary Home ciety-- Missionary ck, Mrs. Maurice Zander, _ East State street Freeman Ladies' aid 1 o'clock Mrs. Glen Mensch. Central Lutheran West groan-- iv'°?o' Mrs " GIen BringoU, ,,. TT West State street. St. Veronica's circle 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. H. Chees- Ttm Phalen, current Mrs. J. F. Price. Sorosis club-Mrs. Stella Seevers, 602 Adams avenue northwest, lesson, Mr= L. R. Roberts. Vovcl club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Carleion Stewart, 937 fourth street northeast lesson, Mrs. Clifton Lyons. Energetic class-Congregational church. Wesley Methodist church-6:30 o'clock, church covered dish supper for families and friends. Legion Auxiliary- 7:30 o'clock, rooms. 40 and 8 club- Women of thc'iMoose -7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. B. P. w. club--' 7:30 o'clock, Miss Mabel Sucher, 422 Delaware avenue northeast party. P. G. E. Employes club -8 o'clock, P. G. E. auditorium. FRIDAY Tuckabatchec class-1 o'clock Mrs. F. A. Stephenson, 87 River Hei E hts drive, Mmes. Ralph Tremaine, J, w Enyder, Alf Nelson, C. A. Wiest assisting. ' Congregational Women's guild-1:1 a o'clock church, Mrs. Roc ihompson, devotions, Mrs. C L Baptist Mission circle-2 o'clock, Y. w. C. A., Mrs. William Schrader, hostess Trinity Cookmj school- Postponed to aiarch 21. Wilson P. T. A. -2:30 o'clock, school, music by t-heesman trio, Mrs. W. A. Peterson, speaker. Booscvclt- Jackson P, T. A _ 7:30 o'clock, school, R. B. Irons speaker. ' country. SJie has demonstrate: he newest cookery methods be ore enthusiastic audiences whic! verflowed the big auditoriums of many of the largest cities, an during the course of the .season he has, worked with hundreds o housands of women, showinj hem correct cookery methods ant xplaining the reasons, answerin heir many questions regardin; meat selection and preparation ilanning of entire meals, diet fo hildren and adults, and othe iroblems of the homemaker. Miss Kingsley studied home sconomics at the University o Nebraska, her native state. Afte r graduation, she took addi ional courses in foods at IOWE tate college. Her first profes ional work was as a demonstrate: £ kitchen equipment for a manu acturing company. Later she die iome service work for a utilit] ompany in Iowa. Methods Are Clear It is t h r o u g h her cooking chools that Miss Kingsley has von her outstanding success. This uccess is due both to her thor- ugh knowledge of and interest in er work, and to her ability to make clear her methods to her udiences and to arouse their en- msiasm for the art of cooking he has a way of making those rfio watch her demonstrations aser to improve their own skill Her friendly manner and her ear, simple, common-sense way f presenting her subject, win and old her audiences. Although she a celebrity in her own field, anc ery much of a "person," she be- omes a friendly adviser, eager to how and explain to homemakers ew and interesting wa3's of pre- aring meals to be served to their amilies and friends. Homemaker Herself Miss Kingsley (in private life Irs. C. E. Watts) is a homemaker erself, and she has a practical nowlcdge from her own experi- nce of all the problems, little and g, which confront the woman of today, busy with many things, who wants to keep up with the latest methods in home management and to plan and prepare meals in the best and most efficient ivay. The Globe-Gazette considers itself fortunate in being able to present so distinguished an authority as conductor o£ its cooking school. Experienced cooks, as well as those who are just learning, will find the sessions o£ great value. If you are a good cook, you'll want to bring your methods up to date according to the newest information in cookery. You will want to increase your repertory with new dishes. If you are a beginner, you surely have "beginner's luck" in having an expert like Miss Kingsley to start you in the right way. WARNER-BIERSTEDT B U R T _ Evelyn Bierstedt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E C Bierstedt, and Leonard Warner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner of Ledyard, were married Friday at the Lutheran parsonage here by the Rev. L. Richman. They were attended by lone Moyer and Tony Stoffel. Immediately after the ceremony they left for a few days in Des Moines, after which they will be at home in Algona where Mr. Warner is employed. Pleasant Ridge club-Mr. and Mrs. William Poppen Jefferson P. T. A 7:30 o'clock, school, h o b b y show. Harvesters ^roup-- 8 o'clock, Mrs. Sidney Sncll 525 Massachusetts avenue northeast, Mrs. Francis Peterson assisting. Little Theater-8 o'clock, P, G. and E. auditorium. Queen Rebekahs-- 8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall SATURDAY Immanucl Jr. Missionary society 2 o'clock, church, Rachel Nielsen, hostess. Mrs. Newell Is Elected by Society Installation Held by Presbyterian Missionary Group The new officers of the Firs Presbyterian Women's Missionary society were installed Friday at a one o'clock luncheon in the church dining room. Mrs. R. B. Girton, retiring president, was the chairman of arrangements. The following were installed President, Mrs. C. E. Newell' vice president, Mrs. P. W. Vorhies; secretary, Mrs. C. B. Martin; treasurer, Mrs. George Smith; financial secretary, Mrs. J. C. Hanes secretary of literature, Mrs R w Fischbeck; secretary of missionary education, Mrs. John Heap; secretary O f membership, Mrs. L. A Harding; White Cross secretary Mrs._ Hoy Peyton; chairman ol nominating committee, Mrs Walter Rae. The Rev. Roy Peyton pastor of the church, was installed as secretary for spiritual life groups. Tributes Are Paid The installing officer was Mr.; J- C. Valentine, to whom a tribute , pa ' d by Mrs - J - Hanes l i f _ _ ·* -.'"J. u . !_,. iliilleS Mrs. Valentine having served in various capacities on the executive board since the organization of the society. Tribute was also paid to Mrs. R. B. Girton by Mrs A. C, Hagerman. Mrs. Girton had served as president of the society tor many years, and under her leadership the group had effectively served the church. Speaker for the occasion was the_ Rev. G. N. Jones, pastor of Union Memorial church. Mi- Jones spoke of the work of the church among the 'resbyterian Negroes. Produced Angels "If any church has produced angels on this earth," said he yours has." He sketched a word' picture of the black man etched against the white background of cotton in the southland. The speaker personified the Negro race n the person of Uncle Tom who he said, is one of the most interesting people in the world. Mr. Jones shoxved the rise of the Negro race from the jungles of Africa to its present position America today. He closed by calling attention to he tremendous possibilities of in- er-racial friendship today. Draw- ng on some of his own experiences in evangelistic \york he said hat we will like each other bet- er when we get to know one another better. --o--· HOME PROJECT IEETING HELD Women of Lake district No. 1 tudicd phrase 3 in the home pro- ect course of child development t the home of R. R. Reynolds nursday. Appetite and diet prob- erns were discussed and the contraction of an improvised child's hair was demonstrated. Hobby Talk Is Given to P. T. A. Unit Mrs. Walls Namea Grant's Delegate for Convention Mrs. P. W. Sinnott was the guest speaker Friday afternoon at tho P. T. A. meeting at Grant school speaking on hobbies. Mrs. Sinnott in beginning her talk spoke of the new school building, comparing the present with past conditions. Commenting ° n - JP V T - A " work Mrs - Sinnott said that a great part o£ molding of the character of children depends on the parents' understanding the child. She said that the need for parent education has increased. The child learns to accept or reject the good things o£ life from parents' attitudes. Teach Honesty Mrs. Sinnott urged the careful teaching of children in honesty and fair play for "what we give we are also bound to receive." She told of the vnlue of hobbies and asked parents to interest their children in forming them. Mrs. Sinnott had a display of dolls belonging to her daughter who had collected them as her hobby. The dolls came from Switzerland, Alaska, Mexico and other countries and also from various states. Plays on Health Mrs. Ralph Shepherd's third grade presented two one act plays on health and safety. The third frade mothers with Mrs. Shepherd as chairman served. Mrs. Jewette Walls was elected a delegate to the North Central district P. T. A. convention. Phoenix Auxiliary to Sponsor Series )f Benefit Parties Phoenix Auxiliary No. 25, L. A I P. M., met Friday night in the .. O. O. F. hall with Mrs. Alta B Striker, president, presiding and plans were made to sponsor a series of benefit card parties to be held in the hall on Tuesday 'i afternoons, at 2 o'clock, with Mrs Maude Maxson as general chairman. Hostesses for the Tuesday card Jarty include Mmes. Maxson J D. Lennan, C. G. Vial], George Hubacher, Frank V. Brose, Emily Coffin and U. W. Davis. Refreshments were s e r v e d Tuesday night after the meeting, vith Mrs. G. E. Bunton and committee serving. The next meeting will be.held on April ;-14. Several were present from Hampton. ; THREE ACT PLAY TO BE GIVEN BY HEIGHTS GROUP Central Heights P. T. A. will ponsor the Central Heights Young People's Christian mission n a three act play, "The Sour rapes Club," under the direction £ Mrs. Kirby Griffith, to be pre- ented at the Central Heights chool Mprch 13, 14 and 15. The proceeds will be used to ay expenses to the summer Bible :amp for young people. A small idmission fee will be charged. In the cast are Helen Dennis, Roberta ; lennys Elioff, Beth Griffith; _Murren, Margie Awe, Don Bracken, Charlotte Clay, Ed encina, ^JVIargaret Sozma, Dorthy Murren, Sidney Brewer Gail 3unbar, Bill Griffith, Cris Elioff, Theodore Elioff, Lavonne Bracken nd Irene Pippert. Raymond Torgeson is manager. The P.--T. A. committee 1 charge includes Mrs. J. R. Jirkbeck, chairman, Mr. Birkbeck Ir. and Mrs. Lyle Awe and Mr. nd Mrs. Bob Blake. JNITT CHAPTER" VILL INITIATE Four candidates will be initiated t a special meeting of Unify hapter, No. 58. O. E. S. on Tue=ay night at 7:30 o'clock' in the lasomc temple with Mrs. J. C. Jickinson, worthy matron presid- ng. The 6:30 o'clock membership inner will follow the "Get Acquainted Hour" beginning at :30 o'clock. SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE/ Sheer and Silk Blouses $1-98 OTHERS $2.50 TO $5.95 You Can't Hove Too Many Blouses This Spring-- They're more important than they ve been in years, and more devastating, too. You'll need many types to keep pace with tashion, so make your selections with assurance of correctness and value. Sizes 32 to 46. "SEE YOU TOMORROW (MONDAY)" uuv ·JYi.-'oiTCirmriTkiiu

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