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April 3, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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E tia, b'J tyiN P i ( I (' % "I \ I f (I if MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. APRIL 3 1936 ETY Basketball Dinner Held for 40 Boys Roosevelt Seventh, Eighth Graders Honored at Affair. Forty Roosevelt boys from grades 7 and 8 were present Thursday evening at the 6 o'clock dinner at the school given by their mothers as a close to the basketball season for 1935-1936. Teachers of grades 7 and 8, Larry Heeb, and ex-Roosevelt Alluring...as a "Summer Night" STOCKINGS If you've always wished you could find hose as flattering in their sheer clearness and skin-smooth fit as those you see in the movies ... the answer is our Mojud Clari- phanes, the "stockings the stars wear". Their Screen- lite Shades are created by Orry-Kelly, designer of fashions for Warner Bros, stars, and we have them for you at no more than you pay for ordinary stockings. $1.00 boys now members of the high school team were also guests. Miss Ovrrie Pfahler presided at the after-dinner program. Songs and yells were given with Irvin Boyd, Dick Knudson, and Frank Haddy in charge. Miss Jennie De Groot was the accompanist. Jim Humphrey, captain of the eighth grade team, and Frank Haddy, captain of the seventh-graders, each made a few remarks. High School Team. Wayne Wood, Jack Wallace anc Everett Fletcher of the high schoo team were presented with Wayn Wood as a spokesman. Richard Fairer of the seventh grade players played two pian numbers, "Rhapsody Hungarian and "Harp at Midnight." Mrs. Paul Gustafsen spoke, representing the mothers of the basket ball boys, and Mrs. H. C. Hines played "Alt Wien" by Godowsky, on tie piano. Miss Fern Wilson, coach of both seventh and eighth grade teams reviewed the basketball season am gave suggestions for future playing Letters Presented. Mr. Heeb, grade supervisor ot physical training, presented letters to eighth graders, Dick Knudson, Bob Gustafson, Jim Humphrey, Elmer Snyder, Tom Haddy, William Kines, Donald Reckseen and Robert Underwood; seventh grade Frank Haddy, Junior Hubacher Ralph Vance and Milton Rosemeyer Table decorations consisted 01 bouquets of tulips. Mrs. Paul Gve- tafson and Mrs. J. G. Humphrey were in charge of the dinner. Mary and Margaret Zeigler and Helen and Hazel Gustafson did the serving. A Sorme Grosche Is Bride of J. Younker Mr. and Mrs. Scren Grosche, 329 Fourteenth strete southeast, announce the marriage of their daughter, Sorine, to John O. Younker, son of W. C. Younker, 403 First street southwest, which took place Aug. 31, 1935, The service was read in tie presence of the bride's parents by the Rev. O. C. Myre, pastor of the aisVEN Buena Vista Choir to Sing Here Sunday Afternoon Rock Creek Osage. Lutheran church at SOCIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY Our Saviours Luther league-7:30 o'clock, church parlors. Bethlehem Walther league-Church parlors, Lydia and Emma Heimbuch. B. A. R. E. auxiliary-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Methodist church-8 o'clock, book review by Charles Comwell; devotions, Frank Currie; music, Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, candlelighting service, refreshments; open meeting. SATURDAY Degree of Honor Juveniles- Postponed. Wan, by RUBY KEELER-JOAN BLONDELL and the Warner Bros, beauties in " C O L L E E N " Warxcr Bros.' great new misical CECIL THEATRE L A I R D ' S 14 EAST STATE Where Shoes Are Bcally Flltca LOBERG-HOVE NORTHWOOD -- Miss Cecelia Hove, Northwood, a rural teacher in Hartland township, and Elmer Loberg, a farmer of Hartland township, have just made public news of their marriage on Dec. 26, 1935 at Spirit Lake. Mr. Loberg operates the farm of his mother, Mrs. L. P. Loberg, where they will reside. Mrs. Loberg, a graduate of the Northwood high school, will complete her school year in district No 6 of Hartland township. She is a daughter of Lewis J. Hove, Northwood. CENTRAL SCHOOL PROGRAM GIVEN Plays and Operettas Are Presented by Pupils in Auditorium. The al! school program was given in the auditorium of the Central school. Miss Lurana Warner's first grade rhythm band played two numbers, "Le Secret" and "Amaryllis." Children taking part in the band were: Xylophone, Gladys Harbeson and Dixie Scheef; symbals, Eugene Warren, Herbert Gindler; tam- irourines, Betty Lou Kew, Geraldine Elsbury, Carma Lyta McMahon; drum, Jerry Maxwell; sands, Patricia Smith, Jimmy Grobaty, James McNitt; Bells, Gary Cummings, Floyd Herbener, James O'Donnell, Billie McKinzrte, Roy Alitz; birds, Helen Lakin, Marilyn Dykeman, Twila Paul; triangles, rrank Williamson, Dudley Cole, Jack Senneff. Leader of the band, rabonna Carmen. The kindergarten under Mis Beatrice Clark's direction presente songs and verse. Songs, Luthe Wigdahi, Marilyn Romey, Budd Simmons. Verses, Donald Oglevi Sthel Mae Wagner, David Bowen Ruth Engebretson, Marjorie Hed ick, Audrey Hanawalt, Joan Lan ling, Bemadine Scott, Beverl Riehm. Jack Redeker, Bonnie Bur nett, Jamie Lewis, Delmar Fisher Jobby Johnston, Harold Crook Mary Potiriades. Mrs. Vimu'e Christensen's * first and second grade children presente a scarf drill. Those taking par vere Raymond White, Lily Bemis JIa Bemis, Harry Cottrell, Rober "rentis, Geraldine Austin, Dean 'oole, Betty Tanner, Laurine Zorn ,ila Hanawalt, Edward Harbeson lunice Scales. Present Play. Children of Miss Pearl O'Harrow's second and third grades gave a play entitled "Playmates." The characters are: Mother, Betty Tamblvn; daughter, Darlene Herr- little friends, Betty Hedrick, Phyllis Rickard, Lavon Wheeler, Dick Combs and Jack Thomas. Courtesy children, Charles Swift. Teddy Young, Billie Crawford, Lois Ankrom, Iva Jane Hedgecock and Dolores Thomas. Doorkeeper, Harold Oglevie. The Jolly third grade vaudeville was directed by Mrs. Dora Liesveld. Orchestra director, Imogene McGinty; pianists, Suzanne Senneff, Lucy Aim Randall, Sara Houser; cornet, George Keister; clarinet, De- Norris Ewicg: violin, Mary Fern Scheef; announcer, Donald Burmeister. Opening chorus, Hello Folks, by Shirley Mae Whitney, 3.uth Ann Sanders, Ruby Childers, Janice Spencer, Wanda McNight, -* Fifty-five members of the A Capella choir of Buena Vista college* of Storm Lake will present a concert Sunday afternoon in the First Presbyterian church at 4 o'clock, under the direction of John Bloom, with Arnold Clair, violinist, and Mabel Sanquiat and Rose Marie LaGrange, accomanists. { The program will be as follows. : Part 1 i Adoramus Te Palestrina So There Is Now No Condemnation j g Bach Cherubim-Song M Glinka Our Father A. Gretchaninoff Grant Unto Me the Joy of Thy Salvation J. Brahms Part n Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major Handel Variations on a Theme by Corelli ...... krcisler Spanisher Tanz " Re hfcid Me'odie Brahms Part III Denmann Thompson Spring Bursts Today Van In the Wilderness Eclgar Bajnton Cmllun, Come on Home Noble Cain Wake Up, Sweet Melody! .'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'Noble Cain Fireflies , (Russian Folk Song) JuMate Franz Burkhart Part IV Six "Liebeslieder" Johannes Brahm us, Jane Sampson. Polly Ann Kirk, Shirley Walters. Dorothy Fletcher, Katherine Carlson, Mary Jean Grupp, Margaret O'Donnell, Marvyl Thorn, Billie Dougall, Vera Mae Simmons, Margo Oglesby. Announcer, James Sampson. Miss Marguerite Leutenegger directed the singing, Miss Katharine Gibson, the dramatic work; Miss Ruth Thompson, accompanist: Miss Evelyn West and Miss Lana Hiles had charge of the costumes and makeup; Miss Julia Murray took care of the ticket sale; Mr. "Brudevold the scenery and Miss Hazel Coon was the general manager. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr.' and Mrs. H. A. Morphew and son, Vera, and daughter, Viola, 645 Eleventh street northeast, will leave for Sioux City Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Billings. * * * Miss Jean Lawson is spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lawson, 104 River Heights drive. She is a student at the University of South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gigax, 517 Seventh street southeast, left Friday for Defiance, Ohio, called there by the death of Mr. Gigax's mother. * * * Mrs. L. G. Bird, 1611 Delaware avenue southeast, has been called to [owa City by the illness of her father. * ~: f HAYES-BLECJUSNBEK« CRESCO--Justice of the Peace N. A. Blackburn officiated at the marriage 'of William T. Hayes and ^ t r u d e Bleckenberg, both of Cresco. They were attended by Eugene toward, Jr., and Helen Gerber. They win make their iome in. Cres- Eagie Grove, were married at the United Presbyterian parsonage at Boone. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hanson of Boone. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson of Evergreen. They will make their home on the George Derscheid farm, near Eagle Grove. Still, acting modest is just a more subtle form of bragging.--Wisconsin State Journal. Northwood Is Sending Large Group to Britt NORTHWOOD--With students of the Northwood iigh school entered in 17 events in the music contest at Britt this week-end, a delegation of 64 young people, in addition to the drivers and other adults supervising the group, will be at Britt Saturday when the band and larger vocal groups appeal' on the programs of the contest. Three automobile loads drove to Britt Thursday with the girls' sextet and two solo contestants and four loads with soloists and small group contestants went Friday. On Saturday the caravan will number 17 automo'biles. FLATEBO-HANSON EAGLE GROVE--Miss Geraldine Hanson, and John Flatebo, both of Fashion b right in the bag when you're fixed op with Bubbles. This Ruffy-Nit glove has an important novel texture and two bubbles of crystal on the back. Made in America, yon love nice things** EXCLUSIVE WITH June Gallagher, Rita Enright, Violet jambe, Adelle Robinson, Wanda Shaffer. Suffering Gents, specialty. 3Iadys Wigdahi, Betty Jane Nor- 3erg, Patricia Buchanan, June Quevli, Jayne Davis, Vera Rastad, Harriet Williamson, Johna Lee .haw, Richard Lloyd Jones, John Wagner, Keith Alberts, Jack Simp- ·on, John Edgington, Billie Eveland, Daryl Ebert. Acrobats, cart wheels, eap frog, rope jumping and tap dancing were given by Suzanne Senieff, Lucy Ann Randall, Shirley Mae Vhitney, Ruth Ann Sanders. Ruby Thilders, Janice Spencer, Wanda McNight. Violet Lamb, June Galagher, Rita Enright, Curtis Rye. Clowns, Richard Halsor. Dean Hugi. Final chorus, entire cast. \ Operetta Given. \ The fourth, fifth and sixth grades · I presented the operetta--"The King : Sneezes." The cast of characters j were: King Nicholas, Roger Blew- j ett; Queen Dorothy, Eleanor Lewis; ' Princess Lucy Lacy Lisabel, Vera Hedgecock; Max Luckyfoot. Elaine Bittner; Willie Belldropper, Harold Mott; Ben Bunslapper, Billie Kew; Tim Threadripper, Edward Eveland; Waterlily, Betty Wenholz: Fiddler's Three, Scott Willson. Lowell Shannon. Gene Smerdon; King's Heralds, Chesty Ady and Robert Eveland: Tailors, Ronald Ankrom, Donald Payne. Earl Peterson. Billy.Engel- bretson. Glen Shaver; Bakers. Kenneth Johnson, Roger Logue. Kenneth Whitney, Glen Terrill, Donald Tanner; Little Village girls, Demarice Thomas, Beverly Miller. Marlys Brown, Virginia Hennagir. Betty Buchanan, Phyllis Tusler, Constance Hatges, Mary Lewis; Other Villagers. Jerome Lewis, Judith Johnson. Billy Miller. Tmogenc StcGinty. Al- i;ert BoonstT'n. Franrf.s Maripns. .nr Ri'r Keister. Helen Harbcsnn. llobrrt Kli'.iquist. Denn Rossum. Teddy K a k t o i . Ijmnia line Foslia, Flora Anderson. AVR Marie Van Duzer, Betty Jean Johnson. Georgia Ludcman; Dicamily Rustling chor- I ' 6 FIRST STREET S. E. Give Her Flowers f o r E A S T E R N o m a t t e r what her type may be -- she will love receiving 1 flowers as your expression of Easter sentiment. "Where Your Friends Buy Flowers" Phone 223 10 1st X. W. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up and Delivery Phone 788 or 789 IMPROVEMENT IN AIR MAIL MADE Poslmaster A. M. Schanke Announces Better Service. Vast improvement in the airmail semcc available to North lovvans lias been obtained by Postmaster A. M. Schanke through sustained effort for a considerable time, it was announced here Thursday. The new service, wliieh wcm inlo effect the. first of this month, makes it possible for a letter whieh is mailed here in time to be dispatr.hcd on the Chicago and Great Western northbound train leaving here at 3:-llj o'clock in the afternoon to be delivered in New York City the following morning. Arriving in St. Paul, Minn., f t S o'clock, it is now possible foi .airmail dispatched in the afternoon at Mason City to make connections with the mail plane which leaves St. Paul at 8:50 o'clock that evening and reaches Chicago three hours later in ample time to connect with the eastbound mail plane which leaves there at 12:30 o'clock in the morning. This mail reaches the following cities at the following times that same morning: Detroit, 2:58; Buffalo, 4:24; New York, 6:10: Indianapolis. 8:06; Cleveland, 8:20; Akron, 8:45; Cincinnati, 8:38; Pittsburgh, 9:30. and Washington, D. C., 10:45. Heads of Future War j Vets Given Warnings I CEUAK FALLS, i.'l'J--Three atn- j deni leaders of the Iowa State; Teachers college chapter ff the "Veterans of Future Wars" received letters warning them to cease or- {;;Lnization activity. The letters were signed by the "Ex-Service Men's league." Ripley says Olin H. Smith ot Michigan, has worked seven days a week, fourteen hours a day, for 77 years. All right; but if he keeps it will kill him.--Davenport up it Times. MAKES WONDERFUL TOAST Sryle, qualify, and prices to please you. You're Invited--Mother Randall's Open House--11 A. M. Daily KFAB--1 I", jr. DAILY--WHO--\VOC a famous value O'Brien's "910" Varnish hat long been known as an extra good "buy". It can be depended upon to give extra service and value on ahnost any stir- lace . . . inside on floors or woodwork . . . outside OB doors, woodwork or boat*. "910" Varnish is very pale in color, full bodied but easy to apply, and il dries hard in only four hours. PER SSL Imperial and Buirqe Wallpapers OTHER PAPERS 5C ROLL AND UP For a short while, a number of factory trained Hoover men will be in the city assisting our regular staff of Hoover specialists in rendering a free Cleaner inspection and adjustment service. We invite you to take advantage of this free service . . . and if you wish the Hoover men will be happy fa demonstrate in your home the finest cleaning equipment made today--the Hoover Cleaner. 9 6 « During this special Spring Campaign, extra easy terms are available on the marvelous new Hoovers. There's no need to put up with an old or inferior cleaner any longer! Just call us, and a bonded Hoover representative will gladly call and give you full particulars. Phone For Appointment OPPOSITE CHAPMAN'S PHONE 1362 if PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY

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