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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1936
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 9 1936 HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC STUDENTS TO PERFORM FOR CLUB Easter Tea to Be Held by Mothers Affair Will Be Sponsored Saturday Afternoon at Music Kail. High School Music Mothers are preparing for an Easter silver tea to be sponsored Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock in the Music tall. The high school music students will present a program during the afternoon. Harold Raizes will open the program with a baritone solo, "South- em Cross" by Clarke. Bob Major wiU play a flute solo and Carleton Eohr a viola number, "Cantina" by Raff. "Southern Cross" as a cornet selection will be played by Bob Runyan, and "Rigolettoe" by Verdi will be a clarinet solo by Earl Fladness. These selections will be heard from 2 to 3 o'clock. At 3 o'clock a brass sextet including Bob Runyan, Howardine Hincey, Charles Peters,- Howard Dresser, Cleo McCloud and Bob Collen will play "In Festive Mood." Melvin Baker will play "Down in the Deep Cellar," an alto clarinet selection, and Evelyn Cheesman, "Sym- phonie Bspagnole" by Lalo, a violin solo. Doris Garvey will play a bassoon solo. The "Tiny Totg Rhythm Band" mil perform at 4 o'clock and at 4:10 Mrs. W. B. McClellan will present her "Turkish Band From Turkis- tan." Jack Weir will play a French horn number, Bob Collen a bass horn solo, "Beelzebub" by Catozzi; Edith Stevens, an English horn number. , At 5 o'clock a woodwind group 'will give selections from Beethoven. In the ensemble are Bill Pappas, Bob Servison, Melvin Baker, Jack Weir, Margery Pappas and Ruth Marshall. AUSTIN-JOKSTED DUMONT--Edwin Austin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Austin, was married March 21 to Miss Viola Jorsted, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Jorsted, of Lyle, Minn., at a Methodist parsonage in Chicago, by the pastor, the Rev. James Foard. Mrs. Austin taught the Austin rural school here about five years ago and taught in the consolidated school at Rowan. The bridegroom is a graduate of Dumont high and of Cornell college at Mount Vernon, and received his masters degree at tie University of Nebraska. He ia employed by the. Works Progress Administration.and is assist- WIFE PRESERVERS When making fruit pies, try making the upper crust half an inch larger all around than the un ? der. When the filling is in the pie fold the edges of the upper crust under the lower one. This will help to keep the juice in the pie. ant regional director of the survey of federal archives with his office in Chicago. ,;, Easter Evening Service to Be Conducted at Y Easter Sunday service is being planned to replace the annual Easter sunrise service held at the Y. W. C. A. Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. The religious education committee of which Mrs. .William Butler is chairman will have charge. "Tarry Thou Till I Come," a one act religious drama by Ann Colter Martens, will be staged by the Pilgrim Fellowship of the Congregational church. Dean Huxtable will appear as John Bryant, the father; Betty Hakes, Marti, the daughter; John Gilmore, Stephen, the son; Bill Blackmore, Ahasuerus, the stranger. Jean Hilton has charge of properties, Betty Wimmer, makeup, and Warner Wintrode will be the electrician. Mrs. Richard Romey is director of the play. Hi-Tri and Hi-Y members will assist with the program, furnishing special music. The service will be open to the public, adults as well as young people. ^ _ ^ PHYLLIS WILLIAMS HONORED AT PARTY Phyllis Williams was honored at surprise farewell party given by a, group of 16 friends at her home, 317 Twenty-fifth street southwest, Wednesday evening. A gift was presented to the honoree who is moving, with heir family, to 1145 East state street. Refreshments were served. ic spotlight ... Eaiter . . tnd . . Kinncy «3in tikes dish honors with a gorgtoui ·rr«y of itylti in this tmjrt color. $ HUE PATENTS BLUE KIPS BLUE COMBINATIONS SANDA15 STRAPS · OXFORDS Variety of Grays, Blacks ana included at this PRICES REDUCED! SATURDAY IAST DAY! White Sport Oxfords included Educator S/ioei for Men, Women end Children Always in Stock J.7 South Federal Ave.--Mason City, Iowa Mrs. O. Ulen Re-Elected P. T. A. Head Madison Seeks Removal of Gambling Devices From North Iowa Fair. Officers were elected by Madison Parent-Teacher association at a meeting Wednesday at the school. Mrs. Olaf Ulen will serve as president for another term. Mrs. Neal Garrison was named vice president, Mrs. Ted Fairer, secretary, and Mrs. Carl Lyman, treasurer. During the business meeting, a resolution was presented by Andrew Olson and endorsed by the P. T. A., pertaining to the elimination of gambling devices and undesirable concessions from the North Iowa fair. Convention Report. Mrs. Ulen gave a short report on the district P. T. A. convention held at Fort Dodge. There was assembly singing led by Effie Turner, accompanied by Martha Sours. The kindergarten "Tiny Tots Band" played three selections, "Pop Goes the Weasel," "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" 'and "Chinese Street Serenade." Dorothy Gettman is the leader, Ernest Dutcher, Veronica Larson, Beverly Kittleson and Walter Portis, played sand blocks; Margaret DeBolt, Phyllis Buffington, Lorene Humiston and Glen Bartell, triangles; Naomi Berry and Charles Harris, xylophones. In Rhythm Band. Bells were played by Charles Harrington, Arthur Thompson, Walter Lance, Mary Howe, Kenneth Thompson, Dorothy Springer; drum, Joe McDermott; cymbals, Bernard Berneman and Ronald Varvel; rhythm sticks, Stanley Seidel, Wayne Dunavab,. Idelle Westcott and Edward Heg-tvedt; bird whistlers, Donald Farrer and Lester Dutcher, tambourines, Edward Dittberner, Doris Anderson and Robert Fuller. First grade children appeared in a play, "Mother Goose Opens Her Door," directed by Eleanor Prescott. Marlyce Wallace appeared as Mother Goose; Deloris Medline, Bo Peep; Tjark Hugo, Boy Blue; Bobby Leath and Verna Lowe, Jack and Jill; Mary Louise Welsh, Miss Muffett; Billy Harrington, Jack Horner; Robert Shinn, Tom Tom, the Piper's Son; Roger Schwanle, Jack Spraat; Audrey DeMaris, Jack Sprat;. Audrey DeMaris, Jack Queen' of Hearts; Jack Cookman, Jack of Hearts. From Nursery Rhymes. Arthur Erickson was Simple Simon; Raymond Overbeclg;Pieman; Deloris Medline, old-woman-in-a- shoe; Carol Miller. Meredith Miller, Albert Cogill, Harold Madole and Dick Sharpe, chidren; Teddy Bloxham, Humpty Dumpty; Bernard Buckland, Jack-3e-Nimble; Verna Lowe, Mistress Mary; Vernon Smith, her neighbor; Jerry Scharper, Dr. Foster. Refreshments were served at" the close of the meeting by Mrs. Frank Welsh, Mrs. Joe'Buckland, Mrs. M. K. Bloxham, Mrs. B. Leath, Mrs. H. L. Schwanke, Mrs. Walter Lance, Mrs. Ray Burlington, Mrs. Raymond Fuller," Mrs. Eddy Hegtvedt and Mrs. Carl Dunavan. Designs Hats Lilly Dache is a well known designer of distinctive hats. She was born in France and made her first hat at the tender age of six. It was cut from an old chapeau of her mother's. She now is an American citizen, loves America, jade green, purple in any shade and things that are feminine. She lives in New York. Dance Planned by Guild to Be Held April 14 Plans for the post-lenten dance and floor show to be sponsored by the St. Katherine's Guild o£ St. John's church April 14 at the Hotel Hanford are nearing completion. Jimmy Fleming's seven piece orchestra will play for dancing. Mrs. Charles F. George is chairman of the dance. Mrs. Tom Wells is in charge of music; Mrs. R. F. Kunz, entertainment; Mrs. L. M. Hammersly, publicity, and Mrs. A. D. Conley is general ticket chairman. Tickets are available at the Hanford and the Michael Drug company and will be sold at the door. The affair will be open to the public. Bridge will be played and punch will be served by Mrs. Louise Dorr, assisted by Peggy and Lorraine George. Mrs. A. M. Schanke will have' charge of the flower and cigaret girls who are Thora Ferleman, Lucille Gitz and Rosella Richards. Violets and garrdenias will be sold. Dr, R. F. Kunz will act as master of ceremonies, introducing the various acts which will include an acrobatic dance by Jeanne Ludwig, a. song and tap number by Kathryn Ann Knapp, "The Dutch Senator," Stanley Repp; cake walk specialty, Mabel Brown, Cecil Douglas, Eloise Brown, and William Martin; "Tennis Girl" tap dance by Carol Jean Heap, and music by a 20 piece accordion band-. Carlotta, the crystal gazer, will be an additional attraction. vwtn KNEW now YOU FIND SO MUOH fOR MARKfiTINO ONLY ONC A W££K THANKS TO MY SALVADOR Greatly increased usable capacity! Conveniences that are available no- Tvhere else! New startling features, such as Shelvador, Storadrawer, Crisper, Feather Touch Knee Action Door Handle,Ice Tray Release, Down Small Monthly Payments Literal Allowance For Old Ice Box Shclvador Glass Jars and many others. You'll have to sec the new Shnlvador to fully appreciate its world-leading value. There's a model for every need and purse. Come in and look them over. THE WORLD'S MOST B E A U T I F U L R E F R I G E R A T O R MASON CITY HARDWARE Phone 948 The Store Sears Moved Next to Beryl Grove Member to Be Delegate State and District Managers Present at Meeting Here. Beryl Grove No. 135 Supreme Forest Woodmen circle met at the home of Mrs. R. L. Purington, 622 First street southeast, Wednesday with Mrs. Henry Smith, guardian, in charge of the session. Miss Blanche Eakin of Des Moines, state manager, and Mrs. Elizabeth Barkhurst White of Sioux City, district manager, were present. Plans were made for future activities and election of delegates to the regional meeting at Hollister, Mo., was discussed. Mrs. A. C. Holly, secretary, registered for the meeting at Hollister. Regional Convention. At the close of the afternoon, refreshments were served and a social hour held. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Henry Smith, 630 Maryland avenue southeast, May 20. The second of three regional conventions made up of delegates of Woodmen Circle from the 44 states in which the society operates will be held June 15 for five days at Hollister, Mo. Some two thousand delegates are expected. The convention for the eastern section will be held the first week in June and the western convention later in the month. States Represented. States to be represented in the central convention are: Arkansas, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Colorado, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wisconsin. Woodmen Circle National President Dora Alexander Talley of Omaha, National Vice President Jeanie Willard of Denison, Texas; National Secretary Mamie E. Long- of Omaha, as well as members of the national board will attend the convention. Tentative Program. Tentative program announced at Woodmen Circle national headquarters at Omaha includes Monday, June 15, program in charge of regional director Florence H. Jensen of Omaha, Nebr.; Tuesday, June 16, formal opening of camp and field day, to be followed in the evening by an elaborate pageant; Wednesday, demonstration of ritualistic work, school of instruction, and memorial service; Thursday, instruction and stunt night; Friday, open, to be followed in the evening by a camp fire. A feature of the encampment will be the morning bugle call for arising, and flag-raising ceremonies each day followed by a period of swimming and recreation at the Hollister resort. SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Monroe 7 Grade Girl Reserves-8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., "Little Black Heliotrope." V. F. W auxiliary-8 o'clock, clubrooms. FRIDAY Harmony Guild-Postponed. Christian Workers-3 o'clock, church, group 2 serving. Pleasant Ridge club-William Toppin. Mary and Martha society-Mrs. Fred Martinson, 1418 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Eebekah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlors, Mrs. Mae McOlintock, chairman. L. A. P. M._ I. O. 0. F. hall. City Progressive club-Postponed. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A.' Degree of Honor-8 o'clock. Moose hall. BITS ABQUT 'EM Miss Betty Franzen. a student at Clarke college, Dubuque, has arrived to spend her Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hudson, 1205 Washington avenue northwest. Miss Franzen formerly lived in Mason City. £ * * Dr. A. E. Eberhart, 812 Washington avenue northwest, has returned from Chicago where he attended a three day clinic and class reunion at Loyola university. . * * * Jean Curtiss, formerly of Mason City, is one of the five University of Iowa co-eds from whom the queen will be named for the Iowa circus April 16 and 17. * * * Miss Eleanor Wilcox, a student at Drake University, is home from Des Moines to spend Easter with hej uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. 27 Sixth street northwest. STICKFOKD-GOKDON MANLY--Lloyd Stickford, 23, farmer residing near Manly, and Ruth Gordon, Carpenter, were married at the home of Mr. Stickford's parents Tuesday evening. Members of the immediate families attended. The bride wor a blue gown with accessories. The couple will reside with Mr. Stickford's parents following a wedding trip to Minnesota. SIEGLER-HOLM OSAGE--A license has been issued here to Willard F. Siegler, 34, and Dorothy M. Holm, 20, Minneapolis, Minr Creates Clothes Muriel King, young New York creator of feminine clothes was for a number of years a fashion artist. The depression eliminated the market for her drawings and accidentally she turned to designing clothes for friends. She was born in Seattle Wash. Her dresses are sold from sketches and only one of a kind, but she makes frocks for all ages of women from debs to dowagers. FORESTERS MEET AT MOOSE HALL At the meeting of the Independent Order of Foresters Wednesday night at Moose hall, Vern Mott, past chief ranger, had charge in the absence of Sidney Bemis, chief ranger, who is ill. Bunco was played following the session with high score prizes going to Mrs. Clarence Williams and Herbert Boothroyd and low to Mrs. H. E. Kennedy and Mr. Mott. During the social hour Mrs. Willis Bemiss served refreshments. Mrs. Williams will be chairman at the next meeting. GIRL RESERVES PREPARE FAVORS Favors which will be placed on the trays of all patients in the Mason City hospitals Easter Sunday morning are being made by the Girl Reserves this week. Patients at the Story, Isolation, Park and Mercy hospitals will receive the Easter favors which will be taken to the hospitals Saturday morning. The girls at the L O. O. F. home are making favors for their own hospital. This Easter project has been a tradition of the Girl Reserves for a number of years. JOHN HARRIS JULSON , HONORED AT PARTY Twenty friends of John Harris Julson v/ere entertained at the home of Mrs. J. B. Southard, 1020 East State street, Wednesday afternoon after school at a party on his sixth birthday. Games were played and Easter stories read. An amateur program was staged and seven reels of talking pictures shown. The Easter theme was carried out in the refreshments and gifts were presented to the honoree by the guests who were Bobby Forrester, Ida Mae Black, Robert Hammond, Galeyn James, Colleen Burgess, Janet Davidson, Edgar Lomeu, Jerry Schiffman, Marilyn Casey, D a r o 1 d Schmock, Shirley Ann Senn, Shirley Wall, Shirley and Bonnie Leaman, Marlys Mallo, Jeanette Howe, Bernice Sharp, Evelyn Bell and Maup Alice Hennman. KEAGAN-SHOOK GREENE--Miss. Euth Shook, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Shook of Greene, and Herman Reagan, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Reagan of Hampton, were married at the Methodist church at Nevada, by the pastor, the Rev. I. B. Loose, March 31. They will reside on a farm near Aredale. Mr. and Mrs. G. Reagan were married on the fortieth wedding anniversary of her parents. r SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Girls Will Be Happy Easter Morn with these new clothes GIRLS' WASH, SILK AND ORGANDIE DRESSES Ages 2 to 14 years. Youthful styles in pastel and darker colors. Price range from-$1,00 ,, $9.95 Girls' Coats and Sets SHIRLEY TEMPLE coats a n d other makes for little sisters. Unusual styles in all new colors and pattern fabrics. Priced from-- PERFECT BRIDGE SET 5-Piece Set PiOOF A G A I N S T « LIQUOR · CIGARETTES 9 WEATHER One Set to Customer if Unconditionally Guaranteed! if Tubular Legs--Fold Flat Inside if Heavy Brace Locks if Baked Enamel Finish -- Choice of 4 Colors: Red, Brown, Green and Black 19-21 FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY i:;;«;

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