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April 17, 1934

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

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MASON CITY APRIL 17 H 1931 MTV MASUJV IJ1TI liL.UBC.-lJ^E.nJC, _ __ STUDY GROUPS NEAR CLOSE OF SCHEDULED PROGRAMS Abbott Wolf New Head of Young Demos Paul Moen Gives Talk on Gross Income Tax at Meeting. Abbott Wolf was elected president of the Young Democratic club of Mason City at a meeting Monday evening at the club headquarters in the Luke Miller-Sterling building. Ben Brasser, Jr., was named vice president and Miss Pauline Hurley, secretary-treasurer. Paul Moen spoke on the gross income tax, explaining the old and new tax systems and discussing the eventualities of the gross income tax. A tapdance by George" Menke accompanied by Paul Traynor and a whistling act by R. Steinmeyer completed the program. The election of delegates to the state democratic convention at Des Moines May 7 was postponed until the next regular meeting to give units of the county an opportunity to prepare elective lists. A large delegation was announced to attend the fourth district convention at Cresco Tuesday. Delegations were present from the Wife Preservers Olive oil applied at once to bumped places on the skin will often save a black and blue mark. Young Democratic clubs at Rockwell, Clear Lake and Dougherty. The meeting was in charge of Morgan McEnany, county chairman, and Walter Kuehm, acting secretary. HARDING C. S- C. MEETS AT SCHOOL Mrs. George Hawkins was elected president of Harding 'Child Study circle at a meeting Monday evening at the school. Mrs. Irving Elstad was elected vice president and Mrs. Earl Leaman, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Charles Robinson and Mrs. Tom Simkins led the lesson on "Emotional Adjustment." Mrs. F. L. Curtis served refreshments. Fink's Smart Apparel NORTH IOWA'S LEADING LADIES' APPAKEL SHOP O F F E R I N G A SELECT GROUP OF STYLE SUCCESSES SPRING COATS A DRASTIC MOVE TO CONVERT EVERY AVAILABLE COAT INTO CASH AT ONCE Your opportunity to save--coats are getting scarcer. to Size 48 When you make your selection from t h i s marvelous collection of high grade spring coats, you are absolutely sure of three things: The predominant success of these styles;, t h e flawless workmanship in characteristic fashion; and the g r e a t e s t coat value of the season! Remember, this group of coats is on sale on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY only. OUR GUARANTEE We absolutely guarantee the prices on these coats to be the lowest on garments of such quality and will gladly refund the entire purchase price within five days if you find that you can duplicate these bargains. M. Mitchell Club Visits Charles City Out of Town Members Entertain Club at Meeting. With the club season nearly over for the year, study groups are holding final social meetings to mark the close of their programs for the summer. Maria Mitchell club members drove to Charles City Monday afternoon to be the guests of Mrs. D. L. Mills and Miss Pamelia Fluent. Officers were elected including Mrs. W. P. Merkel, president; Mrs. C. JH. McNider, vice president; Mrs. G. L. Gilbert, secretary, and Mrs. W. H. Baird, treasurer. Annual reports were made by the officers and committee chairmen. Mrs. R. B. Irons spoke on "Modernism in Art" and Mrs. A. L. Peterson, "American Folk Art." Monday Club Luncheon. Monday club concluded its year's work at a luncheon meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. C. L. Marston, 710 Carolina avenue northeast. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Cora Dunn, Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, Mrs. H. V. MacGregor, Mrs. C. R. Marsh, Mrs. J. H.' Smalley, Mrs. M. G. Kissick and Miss Clara Remley. Mrs. T. A. Potter conducted a memory test during the afternoon. Occident club met for luncheon Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ira Stinson, 644 Seventh street northeast, with Mrs. Milton Bergland, Mrs. V. A. Farrell and Mrs. E. E. Hunter as assisting hostesses. Mrs. R. E. Nyquist reviewed "Trumpets West" by Elmer Peterson. Kilmer Club Elects. · Miss Maude Cunningham was elected president of Joyce Kilmer club at a meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. I. R. Weaver, 629 Ninth street northeast, ' with Mrs. John Gallagher and Miss Katherine Bailey as hostesses. Miss Cora Dormedy was elected vice president and Miss Lucille ' Lawler, secretary-treasurer. Retiring officers are Miss Vera McCorkle, president, Mrs. Millie Daly, vice president, and Miss Lorctta Carney, secretary. Plans were discussed for the annual club dinner to be held May 30. Miss Frances Gleason led the lesson on "Prima Ballerina" and Miss Lawler discussed theater magazines. Mrs. A. C. Kluck, 939 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, was host- ·ess to the T. A. E. club at its meet- Ing Monday afternoon. Mrs. F. C; Heneman gave the current events PRINT JACKET DRESS ATTRACTIVE ENSEMBLE POPULAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS; SKIRT PLEATED TO GIVE WIND BLOWN EFFECT UloM-Uniette F«rle»i 18 r«nt 1'alUrn. JOB Firth Avenue. New York ntj Uj U1ANA U A V Plain navy blue crepe contrasts its smartness against printed crepe in copper clay in today's model. Note its trim youthful lines. When you remove your jacket, the dress is an adorable affair with softly draped cowl, neckline and brief sleeves. The skirt is given a wind-blown effect through its new wrapped plaited arrangement. The pattern includes the dress and jacket. It's extremely easy to fashion and quite inexpensive. Apple green plain crepe with toning printed crepe contrast is daringly chic and youthful. Style No. 653 is designed in sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires - 3% yards of 39-inch printed with I'/i ycards of 39-inch plain material. The Essence of Fashion! The 'whole fashion story for Spring is to be found in this new and exciting Spring Fashion Book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern department 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Minnesota P.T. Meeting Opens at St. C l o u d ST. CLOUD, Minn.. April 17. /T) --The annual spring meeting of the board of managers of the Minnesota congress of Parents and Teachers opened today. The meeting will elect delegates to the national convention at Des Moines, May 13 to 19, and discuss revisions of the national by-laws. Forty-two Minnesota delegates will be named. Officers to be elected today include president, three vice presidents, corresponding secretary, rcasurer and historian. Members of the nominating com- ·nittec are L. L. Schacffer, Stanch- ield; Mrs. A. A. Mendenhall, Du- uth; Mrs. W. H. MacNeil, Edina, nd Mrs. H. O. Norby, Thief River "alls. TUESDAY Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Sagles hall. Alchor Shrine-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, 8 o'clock, installation, social hour. Immanuel W. M. S.-8 o'clock, church, "Inner Missions." M. T. T. club-8 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom, Lodema Uker, hostess. X. W. C. A. Musical Comedy . the life and works of O. E. Rolvaag Study Cleveland. Chautauqua'club was entertained by Mrs. W. T. Sinnard Monday al her home, 1200 Twelfth street northeast. Mrs. C. F. Bull and Mrs 3mma Birney gave current events and Mrs. J. D. Lindsay reviewed the life of Grover Cleveland. Mrs. H. V. Hockenberry, 240 Sixth street southeast, entertained the Child Study club Monday afternoon at her home. Devotions were led by Mrs. B. A. MacDonald and Mrs. C. E. Cooper and Mrs. Paul Loomis had current events. Mrs. George Gitz discussed Scotch music .. ._ _i ·**·_- -o T ·Mr/T^rT'i« "TTiTidmff and Mrs. R. J. McEwen, M the Self." Mrs. H. S. Marshall talked on "Seeking Self-Support." Mrs. C. C. Carrick was hostess to Twentieth Century club Monday afternoon at her home, 615 Jefferson avenue northwest. Mrs. R. M. Witwer gave current events and Mrs. Earl Smith led the lesson on 'Exploring With Beebe." POWERS-DAVIS CRYSTAL LAKE, April 17. Maynard Powers, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Powers, and Marion Davis, daughter of Mrs Nina Davis of Wadena, were married Sunday at the United Breth- ern parsonage by the Rev. James Miller of Hanlontown. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Burtis Benson A wedding dinner was served at the bride's "home. Mr. and Mrs Powers will be at home in Crystal Lake residing with his parents for a while. BKOKAW-HINE NEW HAMPTON, April 17.--A marriage license was issued Monday to William E. Brokaw and Edna M. Hine, both of Fort Dodge. Can You Name the Price of FOOT COMFORT? Well we can't . . . But we can point the WAY TO FOOT H A P P I N E S S and Styleful FOOT APPEARANCE. Awaiting your commands we are at your Foot Service. 14 E. State St. Where Shoes Are Really Fitted Student Special 25--3x5 Prints and 1---8xlU Hand Painted in Oil Photograph lor only $5.85 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 2272 Baglcy-Beok Bids- ium, "The World's All Right" .. Trinity Senior Luther league-7:30 o'clock, church parlors. Clio club-Mrs. R. P. Smith, 70S East State street. WEDNESDAY Trinity East Park Highland circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Andrew Freund, 1411 Rhode Island avenue northeast. Lincoln Radio C. S. C.-2:15 o'clock, Mrs. Ray Bappe, 625 Maryland avenue southeast. Monroe Washington C. S. C.-7:45 o'clock, Mrs. M. W. Jessup 126 Twelfth street northwest, elec' tion of officers. Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. S. A. O'Brien, 93; Adams avenue northwest. Queen of Clubs-1 o'clock, Ford-Hopkins tearoom Calvary Home Missionary society-2 o'clock, Mrs. Ernest Zander 1030 West State street. Our Savior's Ladies' aid.-2 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. H Henderson, hostess. Coterie club-2 o'clock, Mrs. J. M. Robertson 121 Washington avenue north west, Mrs. O. A. Beerman assist ing. Delphian society-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. W H. Reis, lesson. . Freeman Ladies aid-Mrs. J. J. Behm. 0. N. O- club-Mrs. Jake Nagel, 1537 Jefiersoa avenue northwest. P. E. O. DZ-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. il. Knudson 15 Thirteenth street southeas current events, Mrs. Millard Mil ler. P. E. O. GN Mrs. R. E. Brisbine, 222 Sixth street northwest, Mrs. Georg Marty, hostesses, lesson, Mrs George K. Davies. Central Lutheran West group-2-30 o'clock, Mrs. V. Gutterman 218 Twelfth street northwes Mrs. Val Leonard, assisting. Good Cheer Lodge-2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Church of Christ Mission circle-6:30 o'clock, church, Floyd Jone singer and speaker, Mrs. Jone reader, Helen Bodine, accompan ist. Madison P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, program grades 4 and 5, election of off cers. Yeomen-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall L. A. to B. of K. T--7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. A- M. C. and B. W.-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. OLSON-STOKCK BRITT, April 17.--The marriage of Miss Beatrice Storck of Sheffield and W. W. Olson of Britt took place in Albert Lea, Minn., Aug. 6, 1933. Mr. Olson is a clerk in the Bailey grocery. Following the school year Mr. ,ind Mrs. Olson will make their home in Britt Bits About 'Em Mrs. W. L. Bennett, 421 Adams /enue northwest, has returned om Minneapolis where she spent e past few days during which she eard the Cecelian Singers in con- rt with the Minneapolis Symphony chestra and also the orchestra ith bssip Gabrilowitsch as guest nductor. Mrs. Bennett was a guest Mrs. L. J. Bardwell while in inneapolis and was entertained at ncheon Saturday by Mrs. Louis aniel at Esler's tearoom. * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Charleston of 'aterloo spent the week-end with eir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. nd Mrs. C. V. Howell, and Mrs. harles Hass. * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Plattenburg Clear Lake have been vistiing at le home of their son-in-law and aughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Curtis men, 50 Beaumont drive, since heir arrival from California. · · · * * * J. M. Harris, Sll Jefferson ave- ue northwest, has arrived from ary, Ind., where he spent the past ix months with his son. * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gates, 12 Eleventh street northeast, were ex- ected to arrive Tuesday from Oma a, where they have been visiting. * '* * Mrs. 0. A. Beennan, 545 Fifth treet southeast, has returned from Minneapolis where she spent the veek-end with her daughter, Maxine * * * Mr. and Mrs. John Walrath, 61i Washington avenue northwest, an niece, Mrs. Art Wilson of Beave Dam, Wis., have returned from Ce dar Rapids where they spent th w e e k-e n d with Mr. Walrath' brother, Fletcher Walrath. Ther were four generations representec at the visit. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern Study Circle at GarHeld Gives Officers 2nd Term Garfield Child' Study circle reelected officers for a second term at its meeting Monday evening at he school. Mrs. Edwin Koller is the president, Mrs. Nellie Jones, vice jresident and Mrs. George Holt, sec- ·ctary-treasurer. Mrs. L. A. Moore led the lesson on 'Parents' Problems." Elaine and Maxine Carman and Dorothy Nelson played piano solos and duets. There were 32 at the meeting and refreshments were served at the close of the program. MRS. CECIL HOWELL HONORED'AT PARTY Mrs. Cecil Howell was honored at a surprise party at the home of her mother, Mrs. Harold Shaver, Hi/. Delaware avenue southeast, given by Mr. Shaver. There were 30 guests and the time was spent nformally. A number of gifts were presented to Mrs. Howell from die guests, who included Mr. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaver, Mrs. Grace HoweU and daughter, Irene, Mrs. Anna Hass, Mrs. Luela Stephenson and sons, Otis and Oroer; Mrs. Helen Hobbs and sons, Allen, Lee and Alden Thomas; Mrs. Lloyd Null and daughter, Geraldine; Mr" and Mrs. Forest Romig and children, Luella Virginia, Patricia Joan and Warren; Mr. and Mrs. Will Schreckengost, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hickling and children, Ellen and Fay, and Harvey Hayes. A birthday dinner was served at 8 o'clock and a birthday cake with candles was a feature of the meal. SPANISH WAR VETERANS TO MARK ANNIVERSARY Cronin-Dexter camp of the A FAIR OF GEESE Straight from Noah's Ark these giddy members, of animaldom march forward, two by two to your baby's coverlet. These yellow geese with orange feet and limpid brown eyes step gaily along without a care in the world. They may be made just as simply and quickly as looking at them. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 21 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 21. United Spanish War Veterans will observe the anniversary of the declaration of war against Spain at a meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the P. G. and E. auditorium. All veterans and auxiliary members have been invited as well as the officers of other veterans organizations and their auxiliaries. There will be a program of speaking and music and refreshments will be served. Comes to bat another G. 0. P. pessimist--this one arising to remark that the sum total of the various alphabetical groups equals IOU. --Weston, Ore., Leader. Mrs. Crosen Speaker at College Y Meeting "Colors of Life" was the theme of the College Y meeting Monday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. G. L. Crosen talked on "The Fine Art of Living Together." Elizabeth Mills sang "Lilac Time and Jean Swift played "Melody in F" and "Modern Phantasy." A poem, "Barter," by Sara Teasdale, was read by Miriam Brager. A steak fry was planned for the next meeting. The Y. W. C. A. conference to be held May 4, 5 and 6 at Ames was announced. Mildred Boggie, president, had charge of the business meeting'. _*-- MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT DECORAH DECORAH, April 17.--Marriage licenses were issued last week to Clarence R. Kephart, Hampton, and Helen Gladys Erickson, Mabel, Minn.; Norbert Schaler, Festina, and Irma Schroeder, Ossian; Gordon De Vogel and Marguerite Banks, both of Rochester, Minn.; Joseph Crechowich, La Crosse, and Marlys Johnson, Highlandville. FIRST LICENSE FOR APRIL IS ISSUED EMMETSBTJRG, April 17.--The first marriage license to be issued in Palo Alto county in April was granted to Kenneth Kriser, 21, Fort Des Moines, and Evelyn Olson, 19, Des Moines. 3 Days Will Be for Mothers at Iowa University IOWA CITY, April 17.--Not one day but three will be dedicated to mothers of University of Iowa students next month, with a program of varied events now being formulated. Dates for the annual affair are May 11, 12 and 13 and its sponsors again are Mortar Board and A. F. I., senior women's and men's honorary societies. included upon the program will be such events as the May frolic, s. Mothers' day dinner, dance drama, tea given by Mrs. Walter A. Jessup, and vesper service. Mothers also may attend two baseball games with Northwestern and a . tennis meet with Wisconsin. Rufus H. Fitzgerald, director of the school of arts and the Iowa Union, will serve 8.3 general faculty chairman, with Marcella Rathmann of Goose Lake as general student chairman of the eleven committees. Executive Council Elected by Jewish Juniors at Meeting At the first regular meeting of the Jewish Junior league Monday evening at the Jewish community center, the constitution was read and accepted and an executive council named. The council will consist of the officers, the adviser, Rabbi Lawrence Block, and three members, Ethel Fink, Leon Raizes and Edythe Kropman. Plans were made for discussion on a number of topics including "Are the Jews a Race, a Nation or a R-eligious Group?" "Assimilation and Conversation," "Marriage and Intermarriage," "Anti Semitism," and 'Our Attitude Toward Hitlerism." At the conclusion of the business meeting the time was spent inform- 1 ally. | " ._*_ i BOEHMER-O'DONNELL ALTA VISTA, April 17.--Miss Thelma O'Donnell, daughter of Mrs. Beatrice O'Donnell, became the bride of Cletus Boehmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Boelimer, in St. Bernard's church here Tuesday morning. The Rev. A. C. Woerdehoff perormecl the ceremony. Mr. Boehmer attended St. William's school here and his bride attended the Alta Vista high school. Mr and Mrs. Boehmer will live- on the bridegroom's father's farm west of here. METER-MIIIAG ALGONA, April 17.--Marriage licenses were issued to Fred Meyer of Whittemore and Adella Mittag of Fenton. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 COUKTBSY AND SAT1«ACT1OM WITH EVEKY PURCHASE Central Lutheran Ladies Cafeteria Supper Thursday, April 19 State and Federal ·^*~ If you want .Fashion at a price--this isji _____ D-QN T f-MISS" HAT SALE! They're $1.88 Hal Values Styles and Materials That Prove Their Value Straw Fabrics New Straws Kough Straws Spring Colors and Black Yes . . . all those clever new Spring stylos are here in all their glorious Spring coloring. Come early for these; every hradsizc. STYLE SHOrPE--STATE FED. Spring Softies for the Junior Miss 19cto 49c \ Spring Dresses Priced in Reach of Everyone AND UP You'd never dream that so little money could buy so much in dresses; for style, for quality, for finish, for color and for full size. Come and see for yourself the values offered: also the vast assortments to choose from. O v e r 1,0 0 0 Dresses for your selection. "See You Tomorrow"

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