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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, March 14, 1931
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i ? 1 MASON CITY 'GLOBE-GAZETTE v T"V T^T"*T" T^ T-* *-*t-m**-m--m ·«. - ~~ ~ " -- ~- - -j · , MARCH 14 1H 1931 INT^RESTCNG_SERIES OF EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR WEEK ·» ·· t-i * r ... ~ ~ ~ ~ " -- -- ' - ' 4 , 3 J " \ , 1 t i t li- Modern- Art * to Be Topic of Meeting Speech Classes Plan Luncheon to Be Wednesday^ -Spring- elections, luncheons and special meetings make the week's offering to club goers particularly attractive. Altho there is a definite lull In the number of parties, the round. of meetings" goes on. Of interest is the meeting of the art department of the Woman's club Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the library assembly when Eci' ward Rowa of the Cedar Rapid" Little Gallery will talk and a» exhibition of the paintings of Therest Bernstein will be shown. This meeting replaces the one foi amateur photography which war originally announced for March ane which is being postponed until later m the spring-To Talk Sn Art. The Bernstein exhibit which ha" been showa af the Little Gallery IF an example of modern art and Mr Rowan \vfll talk on it and on COD temporary tendencies in painting. Members of the three speech classes will meet for luncheoi Wednesday noon at 12 o'clock at th Y. W. C. A. A program of stunts ias been planned. The classes' have been meeting under the sponsorshi] of the drama department of the clul and -Mrs,' E. E. Hunter., has acted as director. The last meeting of the book review department of the club will be held March 24 instead of 18 as was announced. Mra. George Marty will review "Twenty Four Hours" b£ Louis Bromfield. P. T. A. to Convene. Plans are Being made by the Parent-Teacher council for the convention of the north central district of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers Friday at the First Congregational church. Luncheon will be served at 'Ihe First Methodist church. v Wa-Tan-Ye club members will meet for dinner Monday evening at To'clock at the Bovaird tearodms when -officers will be elected. Matinee Musicale will have its annual guest day * meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. Raymon Weston, 21 ,Rock Glen. Mrs. R. E. Brisbine will be hostess to P. E. O. chapter GN at, luncheon Wednesday. Chapter DZ will have its regular meeting Wednesday and a dinner Thursday evening at the Y. W. r C..A.' NEW OFFICERS TO LEAD WOMAN'S CLUB ACTIVTTTM ! ; /? } \ Missionary so- 7 ciety'.wUl'*begin^jts new year Friday at a luncheon at the church at which Mrs. A. M. Haggard will speak. Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne is taking reservations and Mrs. R. B. Gir- toa is in charge. Dinner Clnb to Meet. The, Hearthstone dinner club will meet Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Harper with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Avery as-co-hosts. Chautauqua club will meet for tea Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. V. Loring and H. E. O., and Monday clubs will have luncheon meetings Monday. Regular meetings will be held by Maria Mitchell, Occident,' Twentieth Century and Child Study clubs. Clio clubs will meet'vTudsday as will Midland club and Sorosis and Novel and Athenian clubs will meet Thursday.^Hlstory club voted to meet-every, other week" during the next season at its last meeting. The new officers of the club are Mrs. H. W. Conover, president, and Mrs. ;Fred Shaffer, secretary and treasurer. The first of a series of Lenten services sponsored by the religious education committee, of the Y. W. C. A., will be held Wednesday evening at 6:45,o'clock at the Y. W. LENTEN SERVICES The. first in a series of three Lenten services will be held Wednesday evening at ,6:45 o'clock att he Y.IW. C: A. The Rev. Jewel Pickett will speak. This is sponsored by the religious ! education committee of the: ART EXJ^BIT V Members .of the' department' of the.j Woman's club will meet at 2:30 (O'clock -Tuesday afternoon at-the library assembly for a ?; talk by ;Edward Rowan': .of the Little Gallery arid a ·showing- of paintings : ; by .Theresa Bernstein.'-..Board Votes to Buy, Gift f or r S clip pi Stereoptican -Machine to Be ' Used'a's Aidto School - ' Work. At a special meeting of the executive committee of the GarfieW P. T. A. Friday afternoon in the sixth grade room of the school, it was voted to buy a Stereoptican machine -and slides to be used in school work. Mrs. Horace Beemer and Miss Ethel Hall reported on^'tHe demonstration of the machine which was held at Central school describing its use as a visional aid to school work. A check for 577.50 was given s to the school by the P/'T. A. to he used in the purchase of the machine. Miss Dorothy Latta acted as secretary in the absence of the regular .association secretary. It was announced that the north Central P. T. A. meeting will be held March 20-at the Congregational church with luncheon at 12 o'clock 'at the First Methodist church. ·.·!. The Rev. Jewel L. Pickett wjll speak on "Gethsemane--the Son of God at Prayer." A tray supper will .be served for the convenience of those who wish to attend-the service from 6:15 until 6:45 o'clock. The service will last a half hour. LAPIK Jacquettes perfect complement spring frock Evening Moderate Prices moid Nortfc Federal _ Miwon Mothers See Pupils Play in Operetta Harding Kindergarten Chil- v dren Stage "Peter /Rabbit." Kindergarten children of the Harding school gave an operetta, "Peter Rabbit" for their. mothers Friday afternoon at the school under the,-dii;ectipn of Mrs. L. S. San- 'ers and Miss Helen-Noble. ' The/cast included Gayle Werle, ' hsr; Betty Jean Lent,... Peter; ·^y Robinson, Flopsy; Janice ps, Mopsy; Maurine Leamam, c;.tton-Tail; and Billy'Berner, Mr. McGregor. -- ' · · ; ' I . Florence Murt, Shirley Weida,' Maurine Leaman^ Betty Easley, Ruby Warner, Maxine Thornton and Ruth Platts were carrots and the'beans' were Dick Danielson. Wayne Reedy, Billy Ferleman, Low- eH Zea, Eugene' Ludwig, Edgar Crapser, Wayne Brown, Alton Rosenberg, David Nelson and Kenneth Jensen. ; : ,- , , Rhoda Prentis, Mary David, May Dell .Crawford, Bernice Foster, Theresa Barnich, Dixie Shaffer, Lavonne Aves, Mildred Reynolds an'; Dorothy Dyer were cast as lettuce. The costumes made the affair particularly attractive. Following the operetta tea was served with Mrs. Sanders pouring. Superintendent and Mrs. R. B. Iron i wera guests. --;._ CITY PROGRESSIVE ! CIXSB HOLDS MEETING Members of the City Progressive club met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Felt, 108 Vermont avenue southeast. Dinner was nerved followed by a business meeting and a program of stunts. The families of Arthur Pickford, Mrs. Charles Felt, Mrs-. George Stoiner. Arthur Pickford and Fred Mitchell' were hosts and there were three guests. - i TM-EWLY elected officers of the. Woman's club include Mrs J L ** Pauley, president;,Mrs. Ira Stinson, financial secretary- Mrs E H' Wagner, recording secretary, and Mrs.'E. E. Hunter, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. J.Curtis Amen, director. . \ ""^"""'"b Mrs. Pauley replaces. Mrs. Amen in the presidency, 1 Mrs Stinson Mr 3 ' £ eeT?P ^ L ? om J s .:' :Mrs - Wagner, Mrs. H. J. Bryant; Mrs. Hunter,' Mrs. R. E. Nyquist; and Mrs. Amen, Mrs. Frank T Vasey The new officers .will share honors with the out of town 'members at Apriflf glypn;by ^ h °apitality Committee and the club board BITS ABOUT'EM Mrs. M. D.. McMichael, 84, Linden drive; Mrs. Curtis Amen, 214. Stato street,, and Mrs. E. H. Wagner, 49 Beaumont-drive, returned to Mason City Saturday after spending two days in Minneapolis. ' . · '*···* V .' . Mrs. I. A. Dunkelberg of .Waterloo is visiting for a week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Hunter, 943 Pensylvania -avenue northeast. . - *; * * Miss Anina Hanson of G'oldfield is spending the week at the homes of Mv. and Mrs. · Arvig Nelson, 708 Fourth street southwest, and .Mr. and Mrs. August Larson. · Sergeant'and Mrs. Stiliman Dull of Fort Crook, Nebr., arc visiting at the home of Mn and Mrs. W. F. Dull, 303 First street southwest . . ' * ' * · ' ' Sister Mary Mtehael, Sister Mary Visitation, Sister Mary Julian and Miss Ella Wolney, Mercy hospital, /isited Friday with Miss Verna brothers of Garner. Miss Carothers .vho has been .ill at her home will return soon to finish her nurse's -raining at the Mercy hospital. # * * Miss Dorothy N Rogers, 801 Nortl, Federal avenue, is teaching English and Latin at Marble Rock during the illness of Miss Bsnesh. * * * Mrs. Howard L. Knesel, 120 fourth street northwest; Mrs. Mary KohJ, 123 Second street southeast; Mrs. B. A. Webster, 8 Beaumont drive, and Miss Doris Markley, 121 Connecticut avenue x southeast, drove to Minneapolis Saturday where they attended the performance of Mrs. Minnie Maddern Flske in "Becky Sharp." , - : . · ' * ' . ' » , » " * . ' , Mr. and Mrs.' J.' W. Irons, ' 124 Fourth street northwest, are guests at the Curtis hotel, Minneapolis. - . ' ' ' , * # . ' * ' ' . ' Ward Harrison,' son of Mr. and Mrs: C. H. Harrison, 1516 Jersej avenue northeast, who is attendiug Iowa State, college at Ames, has -recently been initiated'into Pi Kappi Phi fraternity. · \ ' ~ * * · a William Hageboeck of Iowa Citv has returned to his home after visiting Mrs. Hageboeck who is ill in the Mercy hospital. ' .* * * Mr^. and Mrs. R. D. Hickman are spending a few days in Minneapolis where they are staying at the .Francis Drake hotel. . ' * ' * * · Hughes Bryant, son of Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Bryant, 109 Second street ·southeast, is visiting at the home of his parents over the week-end Mr Bryant, is a student at the University of Iowa.- * * * .- Mrs. H. V. Bui!, 718 East' State -,treet, Mrs. L. A. Moore, 671 East State street, Miss Doris Markley, 121 Connecticut avenue southeast and Dr. Mary B. Spahr, 822 First street northwest, were In Minneapolis this week where they attend- First Grade Band Plays at Meeting Wilson P. V T. A, Votes to Buy Stereoptican Machine. r . - · Members of the first grade band of Wilson school played three selections at the meeting of the Wilson P: jT. A. Friday afternoon at the school. Betty Scheef' led the group which is under the direction of Miss Halvpraon. The instruments were xolophonea, bells, cymballs, drums, tambourines, triangles and birdwhistels and they! played. /'Wilson Band,." "Secrets" and "Amaryllis." ' · . ' · ' , Miss Blanche , Goudy, principal, : explained the new Stereoptican ma--i chine which the P. T. A. has voted ' to buy. It was decided'to sponsor an : entertainment to raise the funds arid the committee in charge will be Mrs. L. P. Courshon, Mxs. B. A. Webster, Mrs. Nate Lap'iner, Mrs. R. L. Jackson, Mrs. R. L, Bailey, Mrs. Theodore Wilkinson, Mrs. R E. Wiley, Mrs. 'Paul Vaaler, Mrs.'! Charles Knouse and Mrs. 'D. "J. Jdempnauer. . \ Mrs. Henry Shlpman ga've n talk on "Problems of the Home ia My Day and Yourrf." Mrs. Ralph,Lloyd! Jones asked all members to-' use' their votes in the coming election. First grade won the prize for the largest percentage of mothers present. A 'social hour followed with Mrs. R. E. Wiley in charge assisted by a group of their grade. WORSHIP SERVICE TO BE CONDUCTED The theme of {he worship service in the young- peoples' department of the First .Methodist Sunday school will continue the comeirfmoration of the events of holy week with the tbime, "Christ in Gethsemane". Hazel Helm, Dorothy Evans and Dor- 100 Attend St. ' 00 oo Convention ofW.C.T.U. to: Be Held Representatives F r o m 40 Countries to .Attend. . ' - · · ; · Many.member's of the W. C: T. U,, *rom this state will attend the four- teenth'triennial convention of the World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union at Ontario, Canada, June 4-10. Delegates will be present from the five continents, as the .World's TV. C. T. "U. is organized in 40 countries. The program will'·in- clude'.'discussions of world trends toward prohibition, temperance education, world: peace and political equality for women In countries' not yet granting woman suffrage. . Three officers of. the' World's · W.. C. T. U., .reside in this country: Miss Anna; Adams Gordon, Evanston, Bl., president; Mrs.-Ella" A. Boole, Brooklyn,''N. Y., first- vice- president, and Mrs. Margaret' C. Munns.'Evanstpn, treasurer. · . ; Among temperance leaders from. other lands expected are Miss Agnes E. Slack, Londonj England, honorary secretary of,the organization; Miss Emilie Solomon of Capetown, South-Africa,.and Miss Maria Sand-- strom, Sweden, vice-presidents; Lady Aure' Waco, England;' Miss Mary Campbell, India; Mrs. Helen Barton,- Scotland; Mrs. Moffatt Clow,:Ireland; -Miss Uagmar Prior, Denmark; Mrs. Loretta Hoyman, Egypt. . i Speakers from this country.,will include Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, former' president, International Woman- Suffrage Alliance; and Mrs.' MTary Harris Armor, the "Georgia. Cyclone," temperance orator, direc- :pr of evangelistic work for the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union. It is nine years since,the World's W. C. T. U. convention has been held on this side of the Atlantic, the ireyious American meeting being in Philadelphia in 1922. World's W. C. T. U, is established in Argentine, Australia, Autria, Belgium, Bermuda, Canada, Ceylon, Chili, China, Cuba, Den? mark, England and Wales, Esth- nia.^Egypt, Finland, France, Gernan, Iceland, India; Ireland, Japan, Corea, I/atvia, Malaya, Mexico, Newfoundland, New Zealand, ^Nl- »eria, Norway, Palestine, Scotland, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, the United States, Uruguay. gram at Affair in ' ; ' Church; ' More than 100 members'of the Home Builders Sunday school class of the First Methodist Episcopal church met for a St. Patrick's dinner party at the church Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock: St. 'Patrick's decorations-were used on the tables and each guest wore an article of green and a shamrock. . , Mr. and Mra. Fred MeCloud had charge of dinner arrangements and their committee included Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Geer, Mr.'and Mrs. Anders Stprtroen, Mr. 'and Mra. George Gitz, Mr. and Mrs. D: E Randall, Mr. and Mrs.vA."- M. Ady, Mr. and Mrs. C.- H. Hicknu.u and Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Armentrout. Program Given. ' , A program was presented during and following the dinner with Lloyd Geer in charge! Thre'e special stunts were offered by Arleigh Marshall, D. E. Randall, Mrs. Paul N. Loomis, Willed Thrams" and other members of the class. Ral^h B. Geer sang a "How Do You Do" number during which he called attention to several members of the class. He also sang "I'm Going to Let the Bumbla. Bee !1 1209 Jefefrson , was hostess to ie'Foiir 1 Square ; club at her home friday afternoon with Louise -Pierce assitsirig her in the entertainment; tfiss Pierce gave a reading " Wearied School r TeacIier.", "The Mr. Durilop was born in Belfast and sited relatives while there. He has eturned to Ireland tare6 times, his irst two trips having been made in 899 and.1909. -' . . , Be" and played several piano--se- ections. The dinner guests enjoyed singing John Brown's Baby Had a Cold rpon Its Chest" and "Old MacDon- Id.Had a Farm," with Ralph Geer t, the piano. · iPIay/ Presented. Following the dinner the class vent to the east room where a bne- ct "comedy, "Two's Enough," was resented. The cast included Mrs. . H. McWaters,' Mrs. Amos Allen, Jrs.'S. P. McKenzie, Mrs. Charles ates, Mrs. George White and Mrs. . A. Felt. . . ;E. R.' Dunlop gave a talk- telling f Ms recent trip to Ireland. Mr. unlop sailed for Ireland December 7 and returned Feb. 15. He spent ne v week in Paris, one in London nd 3 weeks in Bangor and Belfast TALK OF THE TOWN "Cherrio, Luella! Bet you're bound for Lundberg's." "That was easy to guess, Margie--seems as if everyone in town is going there to see the new Spring styles!" othy Price will sing "Tis Midnight"

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