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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CTTY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 16 mm 1931 i; z ' .-^·' / . . · - . · . . , . ' ; · . - --' r--- ----: " « ' · MAKUH 10 fgf 13tSl ·- PEMRTMENT TO VIEW EXHIBITION OF MODERN PAINTING Lay Brot to Club From Cedar ilapids E d w a r d Rowanr of Littl Gallery Will Be Speaker. An entirely modern art exhibl will be shown Tuesday afternoon a 2:30 o'clock in the library aasemb) at the meeting of ,tne art depart ment of the Woman's club. Edward Rowan of the Little Gallery ( at Ce dar Rapids where the pictures hav been shown will speak- on coritein porary tendencies.m art .The pictures are'T;tie work of Mips Theresa Bernstein and were reeentij featured in a' one-man show in -thf Grand Central Galleries in New York. The New -York · Times de scribes several of them including "Polish Church" which its says is "dark, powerful and teeming with character--like the wail in Russian music, the color gives but a deep- toned note of grieving beneath the -surface which is heavily mo dele c into human likeness. It is interesting to compare 'the picture with 'The Chess Players' In which several figures are placed in a somewhat loose design. The warm color also is loosely woven across the canvas background, much of which is seen between the brush strokes. Has Vitality. " 'Beach Scene' is a searching Increase Beattty With Mello-glo No more ugly shine when you use MELLO-GLO Face Powder. New French process makes it stay on longer and prevents large pores. Smoothest, finest, purest powder known--its coloring matter, is approved by the United States government Never dries the skin. Never makes complexion look pasty, but always youthful. Try MELLO- GLO:-Damon's, Inc. HEAD U. C. T. AUXILIARY MRS. CLAJUONCE HITCHCOCK^ MBS. G. I* Mrs. Clarence Hitchcock and Mrs. G. L. Wanamaker -have just been installed as heads of the ladies' auxiliary No. 7 of Mason City Council No. 107 of the United Commercial Travelers. Mrs. Hitchcock is the senior counselor and Mrs. Wanamaker, junior counselor. Richness with Delicac . Heavy food K out of date. Yet everyone likes full-flavored * things to eat. The answer iss Use Amaizo Golden Syrup . in your cooking. It imparts, a satisfying richness while preserving the dainty delicacy you desire. Amaizo Golden Syrup makes wonderful cakes and delicious desserts. V Also healthful home-made candies that melt in your mouth. Its purity is unquestioned and its high quality unsurpassed. A revelation of goodness. Your grocer has Amaizo Golden Syrup -- and ' *hs other Amaizo quality products. Every Monday Evening at 9:30 o'clock Don Amaizo broadcasts his program of music and adventure over Station WMT. ketch, 'Buck Pond' drawn with ·olor is instinct with vitality, ^Har- ior [ IB an affair of daintily tanglec ine, 'New York' is thinker ' ark olider, built to.endure, yet possibly eadier to fall than the more ligtit- y constructed. In 'Buddy With Fruit and Flowers,' a complete human document is found." , The portraits mentioned include Madonna," "Prima Donna," "Mad ame Bistra Radeff" and "Cecils' vho 13 described as magnificently ommonplace and belonging only ta ereelf in contrast to the other iree women who seem to have omething in common 1 with each ther: Other pictures in the exhibit will be "Still Life," "Flower Arrangement," "The Harbor," "Negroes," "Mme. Swan Hennessy," "Study," "New England," ·· "Nude," "Quaint Hands," and "Immigrants." . . . - : Fostered by Federation. : The Little Gallery at Cedar Rap,ids where the Bernstein exhibit has been showing is fostered by the American Federation of Arts. Tho American Federation of Arts Has for its purpose the bringing of works of art within Jthe opportunities of- people in ; small cities · and. towns. It has- a .national scope and all tho great art museums of the country including those in New York, Boston and Chicago are-chapters. Exhibitions are sent, not onljt to towns which, have organized chapters, but al?9 to!,those which, have merely an interested group. Thril the work of the Federation ' art which could be viewed in the great galleries in the large cities is brot to tha.small town. ··. '; ; The exhibit is replacing the scheduled showing of amateur phbtog- raphy-which has been postponed for a month. Much interest is being evinced in the photography show 5 and LAIRD SHOE CO. Where Shoes Are Keally Fitted 14 East State. which will be the-last art department meeting oJ tho year. v' · Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, 'Spelling and Meaning--Ideas v 1 Invited; "· By MHS. E. B. HTOTEB ' Naive (na-ev) ia one of those words which has been brot over from the 'French and . for which there seems to be no really good English equivalent. · If you try ' find a synonym for it you' will dl cover that you may have to use tw or,;three words to get just th same delicate shade of meanin which the French word has. It i pronounced with two syllables, th accent being..on the las't. The A i like the A in far and the I is long |E as in eve. MRS. ADA WILKINSON HOSTESS AT DINNER ·' ' / Mrs. Ada Wilkinson, 410 iFirs street northwest, entertained th teachers of the McKlnley school a a chow mein dinner Saturday eve ning at her home. A yellow an jreen/oolor scheme was' carrie with daffodils and yellow taper centering the table. Bridge wa played during the evening and Miss. Marie Kober won high score prize. The guesta ' included the Miase Dorothy Kamp, Mellda Stott, Bes sie Tucker,^ Selma Schumann, Ger ;ruda Peterson, Laila -Eckholm 3ara Robinson, Mary Helen Prehm Katherine' Bailey, 'Alma Ogeson Mildred Willie, Hattie Lymenstahl Irene Thompson and Lena Gutk netch. Miss Gutknecht and Mis Thompson assisted in serving. MISS HESTIA'TEMFUN HONORED'AT PARTY The Misses Marjorie and Dorin Chapman, 1030 Second street north west, entertained Saturday^ evenin; it a bridge and dancing party a their home in honor of Miss Hesti TepUn of Winnipeg, Can., who i visiting in the city. High scor went to Miss Dorothy Kropman and consolation to Miss Berth Bloom. The honoree was presente with a gueat gift by the hostesses The evening was brot to a clos with a Mexican style dinner. ALCHOR SHRINE TO ELECT NEW OFFICERS There will be election of- officer at the Alchor Shrine meeting Tues day evening at 7:30 o'clock at th Masonic temple following a cov ered dish dinner which Witt be serve at 6:30 .o'clock. 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Phone 600 "Producing Quality That Commands Respect" LYONS CLEANERS LAUNDERERS ' DRY CLEANERS "North Iowa's Largest Cleaning Institution" 75 Present at First of Lenten Teas D e l t a Alpha Cla.ss Hears Program of Music, Readings. About 76 attended the Delta Alpha Lenten tea at the home of Mrs. Charles B. Cooper, Hampshire avenue northeast, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. R. L. Jackson and Miss Blanche Goudy poured at the tea table, and the~"decorations were tulips and green candles. The. program committee, - composed of the Misses Gwynn, Men- denhail, Glbi»; and Mrs. E. B. Hunter, presented Miss Lois Warford, who gave a .reading by Van Dyke, "The Lost Word," and a jtrihg quartet with- · Raymond UiGasse,- Harry Schulman, EHza- :eth Hdlman and' Robert Dither as ta .personnel. Their numbers were 'Sara. Bande" by- jpohn, "Arietta" by Haydn, and "Lullaby" by Brahra, and theh responded to an encore by playing "Waiting for the Sunrise." The committee hi charge of the tea consisted of Mrs. L, P. Courshon, assisted by Mrs. IS. G. Wlm- mer, s£rs. C. E. Burrets, Mrs. H. F. rarrer,- Mra. Charles E. Cooper, tfias Myrtle Albert, Miss Vesta Davis, Miss Mabel- Durfee and Mrs. R.-F. Clpugh. ' . The next Lenten tea of the class will be Held at the horns of Mrs. B. H. WagiJer, 40 Beaumont driVe, n April 4. Mrs. B. A. Webster is halt-man of the committee for this ea. . - t .. . , It has bean the custom for many ears for the members of the'Delta .Ipha class to have a series of teas uring Lent., The idea originated with. Mrs. Amos Potts, a former resident of Mason City and a member of the class. At these teas a silver offering is received, and the fund is used for some philanthropic work. · MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE ,1S, CENT PRACTICAL, PATTERN PATTER . S118 ·;··' By ANNE ADAMS Very attractivt and useful are het pajamas sketched today. 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It features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie; pajamas and kfddie*' clothes. Price of catalog,- 15 cents. Catalog with pattern, 25 pents. Address all mail and order* to Globe- Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth street, New York City. . , 2118 The motorist will be better off if he hugs the curves ; of the road, rather than the curves ot the sweet young thing beside him.--Moberly Monitor-Index. Social Calendar BITS ABOUT 'EM MONDAY. Wa-Tan-Ye--. 1 o'clock, Bovaird tearooms, 215 Washington avenue northwest. Stcnter 7:30 o'clock, First Presbyterian church. Y. W. C. A. board-7:45 o'clock, Monroe school, fathers' night, talk by Misa Judith Overby." ' · " Drama Shop Players-8 o'clock, Drama'shop. TUESDAY Spanish War Veterans' auxiliary birthday club- Mrs. M. E. Carlson, 539 Eighth street southeast. Woodbine club-- ., 1 o'clock, Home tearooms, Mrs. G. L. Payne, hostess. M. B. Bridge club--· 1 o'clock, Damoa-Igou teagarden, · Mra. Roy B. Austin, hostess. Clio club-Mrs. Cora Sundell, 49 Crescent drive. Midland club-Mrs. F. A. Stevenson, 87 River heights. Art department-.2:30 o'clock, library, exhibit, talk by Edward Rowan. Matinee Musicale-Mrs. B. Raymond Weston 21 Rock Glen,-guest day. T . N . T -- , 6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Church of Christ Girls' Missionary circle--: 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. H. Boyd, 805 First street southeast. Dgo Igo'claU-- Miss Clare Smith, 428 Fourth street southeast. Y. W. A. Baptist-- £,1° o'clock, Mrs. K R. Bappe, SOS Carolina avenue northeast Mrs. R. P. HumMon, assisting. Aldhor Shrine-6:30 o'clock. Masonic temple, covered dlah dinner, followed by meeting at 7:30 o'clock, election of officers. , IJCENSES ISSUED TO TWO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to two couples, Joseph J. Thompson and Victoria A. Nelson of Lake Mills and K. J. Chute and Marvyl Pearson of Mason City Wife Preservers Add the dry ingredients to your ake sifted together and alternated with- toe liquid, putting in irst and last. flour BAD COLDS IMt« bpifiac wrttr md T«poni ·!*· mutt up BOM. V4SS* MIIUOH JAPS USIO YtARCT Mr. and Mrs. Lester Laidig an nounce the adoption of a son, Jame Roger Laidig. · Mr. Laidig was for merly in the advertising department of the -Mason City Globe-Gazette and Mrs. Laidig, prior to her marriage was Miss Orva Govig of Mason City. From here the Laldlgs went to Rockford, 111., where Mr Laidig was first connected with the Advertising- department of the Hess .Brothers department store. Next he worked with the Rockford Newspapers Inc.,.and he is now advertising manager for Laath and company,-Rockford, HI. Miss' Gretcben Bickel returned Monday morning to Milford, after visiting over the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Bickel, Cerro Gordd hotel; » * * Miss Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R; P. Smith, 704 East State street, »ls visiting at the hom'e of her parents during spring vacation. Miss Smith is a student at King Smith studio school, Washington, D. C. * « * Mrs. M. J. Powell, 302 Taylor avenue southwest, has returned to Mason City after spending the weekend in Storm Lake. - - * » » Mrs. 8. A. Schneider, former rest- dent of Mason City, is spending-a few days at the Hotel Hanford. Miss Elizabeth Schneider, daughter of Mra. Schneider, who was graduated from the University of Illinois in February, is working part time ill the English department of the university. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bulkley of Fort Dodge visited in Mason City over the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W.'H. Boyd, 305 First street southeast Mrs. Bulkley was Miss Iva Boyd before her marriage. * · * Misa Dora Holman, who Is a teacher in Fcrt Dodge, spent the week-end wtih her mother, Mrs.- Celia A. Holman, 212 First street southeast. * * », Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Bamber, 315 Louisiana avenue southeast, will leave Tuesday for Dea Moinea where they will spend the day. They will return to Maaon City by way of Ames where they will be joined by their son, Norman, who will spend his spring vacation in Mason City. * , » * ' . Miss May Neal, 1012 Elm drive, is visiting relatives in Greene. * * · Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Crawford, 1012 Tenth street northeast, are spending .several days with their daughter in Madison? Wia. * » « Mrs. Ella Hudson Reeves and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kief and three daughters of Hampton, were Sun-, day dinner guests at the home on Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler, ; 1010 Elm Drive. ' * * * . Mrs: Claudine Coleman, 1420 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Mrs. Harold Campbell, 234 Ninth street northwest; Mrs. Stanley Haynes, 1023 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, and Miss Irene Paullis of Grafton" drove to Minneapolis Sunday. They will return to Mason northwest, visited Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Roach, of Nashua. * · » The Rev. J. J. Boyle, dean of St. Thomas college, St. Paul, will arrive Tuesday evening to take part in the K. C. St. Patrick's day program to be held at the Eadmar hotel. He will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hughes, 9 Georgia- avenue northeast. * * * Miss Jessie Church, 1021 Elm drive, and Miss Lillian Clark, 420 Pennsylvania avenue 'northeast, spent Sunday^ in DEcorah, Miss Chureh to remaining at th* home of h«r BlsWr"; Mrs. R, M. Tutton, for a visit. * » * Mrs. J. V. Tofflemire returned Sunday from Decorah where she visited Mrs. R. M. Tutton. She is visiting friends in Mason City and will return later to her j home in Thief River Falls, Minn.. * * * » Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Schneller have returned.to their home in Osceola after visiting at the home of Mrs. Jennie Hughes, 18' Adams avenue southwest Mrs. Schneller had been Mrs. Hughes' guest for several days and Mr. Schneller joined her for th'e week-end. BABTEB PARTY* HELD BY CAROL HEAP ^ . An Easter party was given by Carol Heap, 1619 Washington avenue northwest,. Sunday afternoon on the occasion of her eighth birthday. Contests were won by the following: Egg guessing, Miss Selma Schumann; egg rolling, Marie Lauer: egg hunting, Madelyn Baker, I and Lucite Nelson received the consolation prize. Other guests were Ellen Newburg, Thelma Van Horn, Marian Van Nostrand, Lois Carttnh. Marian Lauer and Maryhelle Crabb. Miss Schumann entertained the children by reading "Honey Bear" by Dixie Wlllson. A two course luncheon was served at- a table decorated with pastel shades following out an Easter theme. --«-- JACK MAKEEVER IS HONORED AT PARTY Jack Makeever was honored at a" party given Saturday afternoon at nis home, 25 Vermont avenue southeast on the 'occasion of his fourth birthday. There were 12 guesta and the decorations and refreshments carried' out a St Patrick's day iheme. Audrey Makeever assisted Mra. Makeever in entertaining the guests. ^-*-- ' WESSELS-MEINTZ CLARION, March 16.--A marriage license has been issued to Miss iermanda. Meints, Meservey, and ""red Wessels, Garner; City Tuesday morning. * * * S. M. Decker, 110 Ninth' street northwest, and his niece, Mrs. Jerry Curphy, Carolina avenue north- sast, have returned from Merrill Wis., where they spent a week vls- 'ting Mr. Decker's sister, Mrs. John Mttler. * * » Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Forbes and family... 1023 Jefferson avenue Sage Tea Turns Gray Hair Dark Says Ruth Starr Cray Diuyptm Stay young, my friends. Above all, why let your hair get gray, when there's a simple way to lose gray hair overnight and in a few days have beautiful dark hair. It's k brew of common sage tea properly blended with sulphur. An old recipe women used to steep on the back of the stove. Now Improved and gold by all druggists for 75c a bottle. Wyeth's Sage Sulphur. Use it following directions and very soon it will restore your hair to Its original coloring, so evenly, so naturally no- body'll ever know. Music Clubs, Federation Makes Offer Contest to Be Conductec ?by Organization for Young Artists, i ; From the office of the president of the National Federation of Music clubs, .Mrs. Elmer James Ottaway, eomes the announcement that in the twenty years of Federation young- artists' contests, the prizes and scholarships offered have never bsen more aUuring than at the present time, .' ' : ' 'Prizes amounting to |6,000 are Dfefred t,o the national winners 'in piano, violin, 'cejlo, organ and men's and women's voice. In addition P, em £ E- Harshbarger will give a *i,000 women's opera voice prize. The winner also will be given " an audition at both the. Chicago and Civic Opera companies, a New York debut under professional management, and a scholarship with the American Opera company. Former winners of the women's opera voice prize, HHda Burke and tfathryn Witmer, became members of the Chicago Civic Opera company. · . To Have Cello Training. . Nicholas Roerlch offers to the National Federation 'cello winner one entire season's training beginning October 1931 at the Master institute followed by a New York recital at Roerlch hail. The National Orchestral association of which Franklin Robinson is director, is giving proof of its interest in the t development of American conductors by offering scholarships to the winenrs in violin and 'cello in every state Federation of music clubs Contest. ' Madame Anna Ziegler offers to the best man and Woman singer in the states of the Federation libertv district--New York, New Jers'ey Pennsylvania, and Delaware, schol- St. Patrick's Day : . Program Planned for · Meeting of Auxiliary A special St. Patrick's day program has been planned for the meeting of the American Legion auxiliary Thursday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A./ Mrs. Nels Malm will give "The History of St Patrick's Day." The members will sing "The Wearing O' the-Green" and Mrs. E. E. Smith will sing a group of Irish songs. Sheriff G. E. Cress will speak on "Your Child and Ours." - The 'fnonthly board meeting of , the auxyiary was held Saturday ; afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. arships for foundational musical training and stage art in the School of Musicianship for Stagers, New York. Celebrities Selected. The following celebrities have select the required numbers for 'i these nation-wide contests: Violin, , Albert Spaldlng; voice, Madams J j Louise Homer; piano, Ossip Gabrio- fj lowitsch; 'cello, Felix Salmbnd; organ, Wallace Goodrich. The state contests will take place in. April, the district contests in May, and the final auditions will take place at San Francisco during i the bienial convention of the National Federation of Music clubs, June 20 to 27. Among the speakers and adjudicators will be' Madame Olga Samaroffj Nokolai Sokoloff and Walter Damrosch. Application for entrance in the contest should be made immediately to the national executive contest chairman, Mrs. . Arthur Holmes Morse, 263 McGregor'avenue, Cin-' cinhati, Ohio. COMMITTEE MEMBERS ARRANGE FOR DINNER Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Winter, Mrs. \i W. A. Cagle and Mr. and Mrs. L. W.\ Xornbaum comprised the commit-: :ee which ararnged the'st. Patrick's . · day dinner given by the. HomeJS 3uilders' Sunday school class at the if First Methodist church. ,?, Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less Money Since 1920 Naturally You WanUa, ^. .,, i , . ' " . . . . SPRING COAT That's Really New OR YOU DON'T WANT ANY 16 95 and $25 You don't buy a coat because you Haven't a coat-^-you buy it because you want a NEW COAT. Then let it be unmistakably new. 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