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March 4, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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'EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE/MARCH 4 H 1937 NEW OFFICERS ARE ELECTED BY p. E: O. SISTERHOOD 2 Chapters Entertained at Meeting Mrs. F. B. Hathaway anc .Mrs. J. L. Pauley Presidents. . . Election of officers was conducted by Masoii_ City's two P. E O. chapters at their " meetings Wednesday with Mrs. F. B. Hathaway being named as president of .chapter DZ and Mrs. J. L. Pauley, president o£ chapter GN. Chapter GN met for luncheon at the home of Mrs. L. S. Thompson, 339 Maryland avenue southeast, with Mrs. J. A. Van Ness and Miss . Marian Van Ness assisting hostesses. . . Mrs. Pauley was named presl- dent, Mrs. Ira Stinson, vice presi- tlen't^Mrs. Volney Hansen, record- .ingjsecretary; Mrs. F. W. Vorhies, cbrresponding secretary; Mrs. Les;ter /Armstrong, treasurer; Mrs. B. A. McDonald, chaplain; Mrs. Clayton Sutherland, guard. New officers of Chapter DZ are Mrs. Hathaway, president; Mrs. H. C. Friesner, vice president; Mrs. C. E. Burrets, recording secretary; Mrs. Harold Jennings, corresponding secretary; Mrs. B. B. Bagley, treasurer; Mrs. Frank Currie, chaplain, and Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick, guard. The DZ chapter meeting was at the home of Mrs. H. E. Romey, 428 First street southeast, with Mrs. F. F. Potter, Mrs. Mabel Blaise, Mrs. Max Kissick and Mrs. W. F. Ingraham as hostesses. --o-TWO COUPLES ARE MARRIED AT GARNER GAHNER -- Marriage licenses have been issued to Albert Jelik, 22, and Henrietta Martin, 18, both of Crystal Lake, and to Ear] Ingram, 21, and Delores Fleming, 18, both of Minneapolis, Minn,, and to George M. Goodrich, 32, Kanawha, and Elsie Eenhuis. 22, Britt. The former couple, Miss Henrietta Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Okla Martin, and Albert Jelik, son of Mrs. Joseph Jelik, all of Crystal Lake, were married Wednesday by Justice H. V. Reed here in his office. Witnesses to the ceremony were the .bridegroom's mother, and Miss Alice Iverson p£ Crystal Lake. The couple will live on a farm neat- Crystal Lake, WENTZ-JQHNSON NEW HAMPTON --'Miss Edna Josephine Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Marathon, was- married March 2 to Harry W. Wentz, son of William Wentz of New Hampton, by the Rev. Thomas J. Dowling, pastor of St. Joseph's church. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Harley Trewin of New Hampton. Mrs. Trewin-.is a sister of the bridegroom. . The bride has been leaching in the Clear Lake school system. The bridegroom operates a'farm near here. ABEL-EISENTRAGER ALLISON--Lew Abel and Ruth Eisentrager, both of Ackley, were married March 3 at the Associated church parsonage by the pastor, the Rev. B. B. Hoyt. They will reside on a farm near Ackley. P. T. A. Goes Blackface for Annual Minstrel Show Pictured is the cast of the Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. minstrel show as they prepared for their dress rehearsal a c TM°^; TV* 0 ," 00 * 1 ' ThC S ?v V ' sc , llEd » led for Thursday and Friday evenings at (he school, is a tradtlion wUh the are on sale at the door or at Vance's. There are no reserved seats. (Photo by Lock) eveninsr . Set! Vaudeville to Be Sponsored Monday by Girls of Hi-Tri Soc'iaI Calendar Hi-Tri is sponsoring a compel!- B. P. \v. club-live vaudeville Monday at the ligh school auditorium which all Women of the iUoos ligh school girls have been invited ~ -to attend. Chairmen have been appointed representing each class: freshman, W i 1 m a Walters; sophomores, Jeanne Hilton; juniors, Patricia ·· Farrer; seniors, Ruth Kellog. These Baptist D. O. A.-chairmen are working with committees in preparation of 15 minute skits or .stunts. There will be a prize awarded o the class giving the best program, --°-- U. S. W. V. AUXILIARY IONDUCTS MEETING Members of the U. S. W. V. Auxiliary met at the V. F. W. hall Wednesday evening and following he business session, a social hour vas held with the veterans. Re- reshments were served by Mrs W. W. Wilkinson, Mrs. Lottie rashel and Mrs. John Cummings. --o-BAIRD-PETERSON 'ARMSTRONG--Word has been eceived of the marriage of Miss Nancy Peterson, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Martin Peterson of Armtrong,-16 William Baird of Long Beach, Cal., held at the Wilshire chapel in Los Angeles. They will make their home in Long Beach, vhere Mr. Baird is employed. The bride is a graduate of the Armtrong high school. WILDEBOER-HARTEiUA ACKLEY -- The marriage of Miss Amanda Hartema,' daughter )£ Mrs. Florence Hartema, Ackey, and Casjcn Wildeboer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wildeboer, was solemnized Feb. 27 at the home of he officiating pastor, the Hev. H. M. Raecker, at Dumont, They were attended by Miss Lauretta Har- ema, sister of the bride, and Raynond Schachterle. Mr. and Mrs. Wildeboer will make their home on a farm near Allison. BRUCEWOOD Dress of the Week Exquisite lingerie dress-utterly feminine--frankly flattering. With "Paris- pretty" embroidered organdie gilet and colonial bouquet. The most love.'y of the black-\vith-lingerie dresses that are smart for now. 17 5 0 Exclusive with us THURSDAY 6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Good Cheer Lodge-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Kill Kare'Klub-- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson. 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Conrad Frederickson, 116 northeast. Sub-Deb club-7:30 o'clock, Charlene Horn, 820 Elm drive, lesson, Sara Stevens. Roosevelt - Jackson M i n s t r e l show-7:45 o'clock, Roosevelt auditorium. Immanuel Martha society-8 o'clock, Dora Peterson,' 2107 South Federal avenue, Eunice Anderson, assisting. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. Plans Being Made to Sponsor Ball at Hanford on March 29 Arrangements are being completed for the Mardi Gras ball to be sponsored March 29 at the Hotel Hanford by St.. Katherine's Guild of St. John's church. Mrs. A. D. Conley.is general chairman of arrangements for the affair. Mrs. Earl Ferleman is acting chairman and Mrs. Charles George, publicity. Mrs. Tom Wells will have charge of the flower girls, Mrs. Roy Griffin, the trumpeters, and Mrs. A. M Schanke and Mrs. R. F. Kunz, the train bearers. --o-Progressive Party Given by Order of Rainbow for Girls Rainbow Girls had a St. Patrick's progressive party Wednesday evening, meeting at the home of Florence Rohr, mother advisor, where the history of St. Patrick's day was read by Mae Grace Spuhler. The party then progressed to the home of Lorene George where Irish jokes were told and Irish songs sung with Rosemary Hess as accompanist. Next the girls went to the home of Helen and Betty Evclancl where games were i i iT i.r ri rr, i ".'oo ls a total OI more man b.uuu ais- o clock Mrs. W P. Tyler, 423 ters of Mercy . Mother ' Gcneral -. ^. ;r , ^- Sixth street northwest. speaks with enlhus ; asm oi the ]at . Seventh street Church of Christ Missionary soci- est accomplishment of the order, "*"-- ' the establishment of a leper hos- played with the prize Pauline Wollcrs. going to The party was concluded at the home of Mae Grace,Spuhler where refreshments · were served. The committee in charge included Maxine Hull, Mae Grace Spuhler and Betty Eveland. NEW DEAL CLUB HOLDS MEETING New Deal club met with Mrs. Jake Nagel, 1537 Jefferson avenue northwest Wednesday night when four tables of 500 were played with high score prize going to Andy Peterson and Mrs. Walter Can- and low to Mr. Carr and Mrs. Jess Davis. Guest prize went to Mrs. Carl Westy. The next meelins will be with 'Mrs. Jess Davis, 1721 Delaware avenue norUieast. --o--LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS FOR. SEWING Members, of the A m e r i c a n Legion Auxiliary met at the 40 and 8 clubrooms Wednesday afternoon. Carpet rags for the department supply shelf were sewed following the business session. Mrs. Vic Randall served refreshments at the close of the afternoon. TEGLAND-LEONARD BELMOND-- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Leonard of Belmond announce the marriage of their daughter, Cleoni, to Leslie Tegland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tegland of . . o N R Clarion. The ceremony was read HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY by the Rev. Mr. Benson of the . m a e e home on a farm near Rockwell., Mercy Hospital Is Visited by Mother General of Sisters Mother General M. Carmelila and Sister M. Dominica of Bethesda, Md., spent Wednesday and . Thursday at Mercy hospital here. J, 1 o clock church pot Mother General'has jurisdiction ------,-- O I ! : S o u t l and for- ovel . seven provinces in the Un it- est Park circle 1 o'clock, Mrs. ed states and one m B , itish Gu{ . H. C. Johnson. 30 a Carolina ave. nea ln all lhese provii;ces thel:e is a total of more than 5,000 Sis- FRIDAY Congregational Women's Union-1 o'clock, church, group 4 serving. Presbyterian Women-- H. C. Johnson, 305 Carolina ave nue southeast; Central ' ' c ty 2:30 o'clock, church parlors, de- BITS ABOUT 'EM n.vv vj _ivji.ii, niun.il JJUI.IUL;, uc- jjiLai m .oriusn vjuinea. -Ljiree votions, Mrs. John Timmerman, Iowa sisters are among those now lesson, Mrs. Virgil Hicks, music, caring for the lepers. Mrs. J. H. Marston, hostess, Mrs. S. S. Prindle, group 2. Methodist W. M. S.-Mrs. Ray Pauley, 83 River Heights drive, Mrs. T. A. Burke, Mrs. F. F. Potter, assisting; lesson, Mrs. H. B. Major, Mrs. W. J. May them. Baptist Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, parsonage,-Y. W. A. hostess. Queen RDbeltah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. nail. Bethlehem Walther league-P. G. and E., Ed and Narvin Schaper, serving, Katherine Fischer and Anna Groh, entertaining. Roosevelt- Jackson Minstrel show-7:45 o'cloclc.tRoosevelt auditorium. B. A. R. E. Auxiliary-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Trinity CJarflelil circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. O. Rholi, 1246 Sixth street southeast. G. F. S. Teen Age group-6 o'clock, St. John's parish hall, pot luck supper. Our Saviour's Luther league-7:30 o'clock church. Two Anniversaries Are Celebrated by Couples at Dinner Two thirty-sixth wedding anniversaries were observed when 66 guests wore entertained Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bailey, 407 Sixth street southwest, honoring them and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 1 Sears. Both couples were married March 3, 1301. Dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock to the children and grandchildren. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sears, T. L, Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stockberger, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mcllhatton, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pope, Harry Sears, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sears, Guymon and Tilman Sears. Mi-, and Mrs. Melvin Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Bailey, Laura Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bailey, Mr. .and Mrs. Jim Boyd, Beulah and Donald Bailey, the Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Cartwright, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Link, Mrs. Gertrude Kuppinger, Mrs. Donna Hopkins and Gerald Eppins. . , Gifts' were presented to the couples and the time was spent informally. --o-SANDMAN-GEALOW BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. William Gcalow announce the marriage of their daughter, Barbara, to Harm Sandman, son ot Garret Sandman of Belmond. The Rev. Hoy J. Huck of the St. John's Lutheran church read the vows in the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gealoiv, brother and sister-in-law of the bride, were the attendants. Mi-, and Mrs. Sandman will live in Belmond. --o-FA RF.WELL PARTY . HELD FOR COUPLE Neighbors and friends surprised Mr. end Mrs. Harry Heidenreich at the Clifford Christiansen home, 321 Fourth street southwest, at a farewell party Wednesday evening. Five hundred was played and refreshments were served. A Rift was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Heidenreich who are leaving soon for St. Paul where they will make their home. EVA MAE SHANER Eva Mac Shaner celebrated her . . enso o e va ac aner celebrated her Lutheran church at Norlhwood on fourth birthday Wednesday after- Fob. ::!!. Miss Iclc Leonard, sister noon at a party at the home of of of the bride and Kenneth Sever- Mrs. Irene' Rose, 107 Fifteenth son at.ended the couple. Mr. nnri slre.;t northwest. Games were Mrs. Tegland will make their played and birthday cake was -" served to the guests. pital in British Guinea. Three Mr. and Mrs. .T. B. Cabanis, 115 Tenth street northwest have left on a two weeks' trip to Hot Springs, Ark. * * * Mrs. Roy E. Dull, 18 Adams avenue southwest, lias returned from a six weeks' trip to California where she spent most of her time in Los Angeles. Mrs. D. J. Warner returned to her home in Fargo, N. Dak., Thursday after a three weeks' visit .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Myrick, 8 Louisiana avenue southeast, and with relatives and friends. a f_ *f Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Irons and son, Bob, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, have returned from New Orleans where Mr. Irons attended the national convention of the department of, superintendents. --o-LOYAL 10 CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Mrs. T. R. Galbreth entertained the Loyal 10_ club Wednesday at her home, 705 Tenth street northeast. Following the business meeting, bridge was played at three tables with high score prizes going to Mrs. J. W. Johnson and Mrs. Lee Roberts. Refreshments were served by the hostess. --o-HAPPY HOUR CLUB MEETS AT PLYMOUTH Happy Hour club met at the home of Mrs. Art Rose at Plymouth and 500 was played after the business meeting with high score prizes going to Mrs. Ira Finch and Mrs. Robert Rose. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be March 17 with Mrs. Calvin Wilford. --o-MRS. H. E. BELL HOSTESS TO CLUB Mrs. H. E. Bell entertained the Tally Ho bridge club Wednesday afternoon for luncheon at Leone McGhee's tearoom. Bridge was played with high score prize going to Mrs. Harrey Paxton, traveling prize to Mrs. Roger Pitman and low to Margueriie Huffman. Miss Huffman and Mrs. Jimmy Griebling were guests. The next meeting will be March 17 with Mrs. Pitman as hostess. TEA TIMERS CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Tea Timers club was enter- lained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Warren Wagner 517 Sixteenth street southeast^ when bridge was played with high score prize Roinff fo Mrs. Clarence Wagner and low to Mrs. LaRose Fistler. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT ALLISON ALLISON -- Marriage licenses issued here: Ruben Oliver Kramer, 23, Aplington, and Florence C Muller, 22, Aplington; Casjen Albert Wildeboer, 21, Dumont, and Amanda Hartema, 21, Ackley Photographs Live Forever RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Phone 2372 Next J. C. Penney Co. New Garden Ideas Given at Meeting Outdoor Life Department Conducts Session at Library. Members of the Woman's club outdoor life department conducted an informal forum on gardening Wednesday afternoon in the library assembly with the plans of the Iowa conservation board, the work of insects among the flowers and new flowers oj 1937 were discussed. The meeting opened with each member giving an item about gardening. The possibility of having a Federated Garden club in Mason City was discussed by Mrs. Harry Page. A tribute to Dr. Bohumil Shimmick and Miss Pamela Fluent who have recently died and to Mrs. Frankel who has resigned from the board of conservation was paid by Mrs. C. H. McNider. She also spoke of the formation of the Wild Life Federation at the North American Wild Life conference being held in St. Louis. The Federation will act as a pressure group to work lor conservation legislation. Resolutions Passed. losva's group recently passed resolutions opposing a bill to make the conservation board consist of three salaried members, favoring an appropriation to carry on the conservation work begun in Iowa and seeking the extension of conservation studies in the public schools. Iowa will be in district 9 with North and South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas in the Federation and conservation of soil will be one of the activities of this district. Mrs. W. T. Sinnard in a talk on "Garden Helpers" said that flowers are not passive things to be admired by the human eye, but beings to act. "They are endowed with powers differing in degree, but not in kind from those of- animals," she said. About Pollination. Mrs. Sinnard spoke of the pollination of the flowers, some fertilizing themselves and others being fertilized by the wind. "Vice' and virtue exist side by side in the flower world,". Mrs. Sinnard said and just as the criminals in life are marked, so are those of the flower world. "Scientists find the ilowers above the lever of. mere botanical specimens. All live by definite design." Mrs. Sinnard pointed out that the reason some lilies are colored and others white depends upon the type of insect they must attract to their nectar because on its removal depends their hope of perpetuating themselves. Among New Flowers. · Mrs. A. J. Feeney discussed the new flowers for 1937, saying that the annuals which win all American awards are stars of first magnitude to gardeners. The 'awards are made by a council headed by Roy Hastings of Atlanta, Ga., the originator of the plan by which pockets of seeds are sent to experts in the U. S. and Canada to be experimented with. The annuals must he quick and generous in germination, heat and drought resisting and decorative in the garden or as cut flowers. Mrs Feeney named a number of flowers chosen, pointing out that in the past the choices have not always been infallible. Among the new flowers are golden glow nasturtium, verbena lavender glory, cosmos sensation, marigold yellow supreme, rustproof snapdragons, petunia Burgundy, d.warf cornflowers or bachelor buttons and the Iceland poppy. --o-ONE THIRTY CLUB MEETS AT CLAUSENS Members of the One Thirty club met with Mrs. Bert Clausen, 29 Seventh street southwest, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Esther Meeker, Mrs. Willis Berg, Mrs. Jim Tuff. Mrs. Clarence LaValle Mrs. James Huff, Jr., Mrs. Joe Prazak and Mrs. Floyd Huff were guests. Five hundred was played with high score . prize going to Mrs. Prazak and low to Mrs. Huff, Jr. Refreshments were served. G. R. Advisors Make Plans for Ceremony - ' t o Be Held at Y. W. Girl Reserve advisers met Wednesday night at the Y. W. C. A. to discuss a March ceremonial which will be at the Y. W. C. A. Palm Sunday afternoon. Their program will include a processional of Giii Reserves in Girl Reserve uniforms, the ceremony of honoring the flags. There will be a candle lighting service, and a speaker. Last year at this time Girl Reserves had a spring ceremonial. At least 150 grade school Girl Reserves are expected to attend, and their parents have an invitation to attend. Miss Alice Knapp served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Stanley Veil and Mrs. M. O. Havnen were present for the first lime. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE «····"*' · f f r *c. COURTESV AND SATISFACTION WITH EVCOV BURCHASF SPRING COATS for Easter Others from $10.95 to $29.95 These coats are exceptional values because they were bought before the rise. Now you can have one of the season's newest coat suc- cesses--ot a very modest price. Styles are here in swaggers, boxy coats, gored coats, fitted, jiggers and casual types. Light colors for every size and figure. SILK DRESSES Underprised-- and "P See You Tomorrow' EVERY SEASON- This store introduces styles not found in other Jines. Styles tliat are individual in line and pattern, and outstanding in fit and appeai-ance. THIS ONE IS FEATURED IN GABARDINE, BLUE, GREY, BROWN AND BLACK .75 NICHOLS " W H E R E T H E G O O D S H O E S C 0 M E V R 0 M ' '

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