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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 8, 1937
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 8 · 1937 VQGAL CONCERT TO BE PRESENTED FOR WOMAN'S CLUB Drake Bass Will Sing at Meeting Election of Officers Will Take Place Tuesday Evening. Herbert Gould of Des Moines, dean of the line arts department of Drake university, will make, his second appearance before a Woman's club audience Tuesday evening at the First Methodist church when he will give a recital at the March general meeting. Dean GoUIH, a basso cantate, ha; had wide experience in singing, not only on the concert stage, but also in opera and oratorio. He has sung wit!) the Chicago Civic Opera company and the Philadelphia Civic Opera company and for a number of years was the leading basso of the Cincinnati Summer Opera compare. With Symphonies. In addition to his opera work, Dean Gould has appeared with a number of the leading symphonies of the country including the Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Minneapolis, symphony orchestras. He is a member of the New York Oratorio society. On his first appearance here two years ago, Dean 'Gould won the favorable comment of all who heard him. His voice has been acclaimed ' by the Chicago Daily News as being "one of the most To Sing Here singing bass voices in beautiful America." Elect New Officers. V Dean Gould's recital will begin ,at 8:15 o'clock and will be pre- .ceded by a business meeting dur-- ing which new officers will be elected and a proposed' change in thff rules ' governing dues and membership introduced. Th'e change in the constitution will not be voted on until April. The slate of officers up foi election includes Mrs. Hanford MacNider, president; Mrs. W. B Casey, recording secretary; Mrs Kenneth Long, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. C. Stoddard, finan- D,ean Herbert Gould of Drake university will come to Mason City Tuesday to be heard in recital at the March general meeting of the Woman's club Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the First Methodist church. A business session at B o'clock will precede the program. F. J. Coffin: Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. ·--°-- MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to Heuben Walter, 28, and Sylvia Benson, 27, both of Minneapolis; Edward Wachsnicht 39, Manly, and Rosalind Hambright, 33, Mason City; and Floyd A. Coe, 25, and Ida Margaret Djuren, 21, both of Clear Lake. 12th History Week Set for April 19-24 "Iowa .in 1837" Is Theme Planned for Annual Observance. IOWA CITY--"Iowa in 1937" is the theme of the twelfth annual Iowa history week from April 19 to 24. This is. announced by Prof. Benjamin F. Shambaugh of ,the University of Iowa, who also is BITS ABOUT 'EM cial secretary. Roberts. and Mrs. L. R. Mrs. H. C. Friesner is chairman of the nominating committee which includes Mrs. Frank Pearce and Mrs. R. W. Baumgartner. "IVEEK-END BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED Week-end Bridge club met at the home of Mr and Mrs. Frank Bouda, Twenty-fiist street southeast-, Saturday. High score; prizes went to Mrs. G Angell and S. A. Bemis and low to Mrs. Bemis and Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, 318 Carolina avenue southeast, have returned from Miami, Fla., where they have been visiting for the past two weeks. * M # Mrs. N. A. Hall, arrived Sunday for a visit in the home of her soil, W. Earl Hall, 22 River Heights drive. * « tf \ Miss Rheon Zaefc lias returned o Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls after spending the between-term vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zack 620 Sixth street southeast. * * e a Mrs; Johnnie Evans of Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting at the home of. her parents, Mr. "and Mrs. S. A. Bemis, 917 Georgia avenue"northeast. Mrs. Evans was Phyllis Bemis before her marriage. sponsored jointly by the society and the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. "Varied Episodes. No single event dominated the scene in the Iowa region one hundred years ago. So the plan for Hie anniversary commemoration calls lor the presentation of a series of kaleidoscopic pictures of miscellaneous episodes. Among those, Professor Shambaugh. lists the movement of the territorial capital from Belmont m Wisconsin, to Burlington in Iowa, the second meeting of the territorial legislature, the steps leading to the creation of the separate territory of Iowa, the first land surveys, establishment oMhe first bank, the second Black Hawk purchase, arid a survey of life among the pioneers. To Plan Programs. These stories will be the basis of clubs, school and radio programs during history week They will be printed in "The Palimpsest," monthly 'publication of the society, copies of whicll will be distributed throughout the state this month. ' Among the themes of past history weeks are Iowa beginnings, Iowa and the nation, Black Hawk' and the, treaty of 1832, and 'the establishment of civil government in Iowa. Aprons Go Tyrolean GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 1GO Fifth Avenue, New -York City By DIANA DAY Two Apron Styles Are Offered in One Pattern; Both Are Distinctive and Easy to Make. Here are two little aprons borrowed from the peasant fashions. They're very comfortable besides being new and smart. They're becoming to youthful and larger figures. You'll note both of them have the non r slip shoulders, which are so important for home tasks. . The basque bodice apron has a flattering flared collar that the back to the waist. This gay apron combines a peasant cotton print with plain cotton. The deep afmholes and the edge of the flared skirt are finished with bias binds of the plain cotton. The one piece Tyrolean apron is exceedingly fascinating in plain yellow cotton with red bias binds and green print band trim.- You'll receive compliments galore in these, new looking peasant aprons. Both aprons are made with the same pattern which also includes an illustrated sewing chart. It shows sten-by-step how to cut and stitch them. Style No. 2826 is designed for sizes small, medium and large. Medium size requires V/s yards of 35-inch .material with Vi yard of 35-inch contrasting and 2 yards of binding for the basque apron; ty- rolean apron requires 2V1 yards of 35-inch material with J8 yard of 35-inch contrasting and 5% yards of binding. Send 15 cents (15c) (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents a copy. You will find it of tre^ mendous help in selecting your Send for H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R SHAMPOO and FINGER WAVE, Dried PERMANENT WAVES Charles Gilbert Beauty Shop Croqulgnole Ringlet (No Shampoo). .§1.00 Guaranteed Oil Wave (Complete)... .§2.00 Phone. 1006 Across From Chapman's Furniture Store A HEALTHY YOUNGSTER ... sure he's the picture of health, hut an "oye cripple" just the same. And his parents don't realize that his low grades nnd aversion to reading can he laid directly to his poor sight. Take no chances. Have your children's eyes examined at least once a year . . . and provide them w i f h I. E. S. Belter Sight Lamps for close seeing tasks. "Eye cripples" can be cured. PvG ^ E · PEOPLES GA5 AND ELECTRIC COME\NY BETTER LIGHTS BETTER SIGHT By MRS. IttARY MORTON Menu Hint. Sausage Popovers Corn Pudding Stewed Tomatoes Apple Salad Lemon. Cake Pudding Coffee This sausage popovers recipe is one to be tucked away for future reference, and taken-out when you want,,:an. unusual Sunday night supper · or luncheon mehu.'-The ; lemon cake pudding is another recipe that you will use over and over again. to Book new cruise clothes, outfit, and your ei cottons. You have c yourself and take your choice, for uu nu there is a flattering silhouette for address Globe-Gazette every type and figure among the Department, 180 Fifth new models. Book costs 10 cents. New York City not send to_Mason City, but Pattern avenue, Convention to Be Held in Savannah Evening Programs Will Be Social High-lights ' of Session. Members of the American Association of University, Women, numbering' more than 54,000 women, will have first hand opportunity to see if "It's True What They Say About Dixie," when they attend the tenth annual convention of (heir organization in Savannah, Ga., March 15 to 18 inclusive. Mrs. L. S. Dorchester of Clear Lake will represent the Mason City club. The lure of Savannah, with its famous old squares and buildings, its surrounding plantations, and country estates with its world-fa-' mous gardens in their spring season prime, will furnish an enticing accompaniment to the excellent program which has been arranged for the four days' convention. With nationally recognized speakers and education authorities listed for the various sessions, there will be unusual significance lent t3 the various section meetings and round tables which are featured throughout Tuesday afternoon and all day Wednesday of the convention week. Social high-lights of the convention will be evening programs. The WIFE PRESERVERS Today's Recipes SAUSAGE POPOVERS--Cocktail or link sausages, one cup flour one-half teaspoon salt, two eggs' one cup milk, one tablespoon melted butter or sausage fat. Place three of the tiny cocktail sausages, or one or more of the larger link sausages, cut in pieces, in the bottom of each cup or muffin tin, and bake at 450 degrees until slightly browned. Pour off the excess fat. Stir the sausages to loosen them from the cups. In the meantime, sift and measure flour into a bowl. Add salt, and break in eggs. Pour in one-half cup of milk and mix as little as possible to make smooth. Add melted butter or sausage fat, and add another one-half cup o£ milk and again mix as little as possible to make smooth. Pour into the hot pans, and return in a 475- degree oven until they "pop." Reduce the he'at to 350 degrees and continue baking 30 minutes longer. It's a good idea to set your control up the minute the sausages are ready to take from the oven, in order to have the oven hot enough for the popovers. LEMON C A K E PUDDING-Three tablespoons butter, one cup sugar, three egg yolks, one-third cup flour, one-fourth cup lemon juice, one teaspoon lemon rind, one cup milk, three egg whites, one- fourth teaspoon salt, two teaspoons vanilla. This pudding may be baked in individual cups or in one pan. It will serve six. Grease cups or pan. Heat oven to moderate 350 degrees. Cream butter, add sugar and cream together. Add $62.50 Diamond* at their true value, a yellow gold ring, diamonds on the s i d e styled to please. WATCHES WaneftarcCa DIAMONDS WEST STATE beaten egg yolks, mixing them i well. Stir in flour, lemon juice grated rind and milk in orde named/Beat egg whites until stiff but not dry, fold in last. Turn int cups or pan, set in a pan of ho water and bake in a moderate oven, 350 degrees, about 35 min utes, or until when tested with cake tester it comes out clean. In baking a cake ,top._will. form, leav ing the custard below. Turn ou from pan on to serving plates. Mason Cityans Win Membership in Ames Psychology Society AMES--Fifteen Iowa State college students, including Jean Temple and June Gaylord of Mason City, have been initialed into the Iowa Slate chapter of Psi Chi, national honorary psychology society for their interest in psychology and their scholarship. Those initiated were Lawrence Bee, Prove, Utah; Dwight Bovey, Des Moines; Lewis Emery, Cape Giradeau, Mo.; June Gaylord, Mason City; Cecil Goodman, Leon; Elber N. Johnson, Amherst, Nova Scotia; Lois Lilly, Des Moines; Charles Patterson, Humeston; Cyril Rad- clifjfe, Ankeny; Jean Temple. Mason City; Veronica Tracy, Storm Lake; Robert Tennanf; Clarion Joseph Truskowsld, Ames Nev: Yates, Ames, and C. C. Ross, psychology professor at Lexington Ky. SURPRISE PARTy FOR. WALTER MOEN Walter Moen was honored at a surprise party given Saturday evening at his home, 522 Twentieth street southeast. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Oscar O'Green and Mrs Jennie Determan and low to Mrs. Advil Trustem and Ray Determan. Refreshments were served and a gift presented to Mr. Moen. --o-IVA-TAN-YE CLUB MEMBERS HAVE TEA Wa-Tan-Ye club members met for tea Sunday afternoon at the Hotel Hanford, honoring their association president, Edna Mathew of Morrison, 111. An orange and yellow color scheme was carried out with spring flowers centering the tea table. Mrs. Elsie Ramsey president o f the local club, poured. Miss Matheivs is visiting all the Wa-Tan-Ye clubs this week. ·--o-- WILDEBOEK-HARTEMA DUMONT--Miss Tena Amanda Hartema, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richnrd Hartema, Ackley, was married Saturday to Casjen Albert wildcboer of Dumonl at the Evan- Hclica! parsonage by the pastor, the Rev. U. M. Raecker. They were accompanied by Miss Laureka Hartema, Ackley, nnd Raymond Schachbed of Ackley. The couple will live on a farm near Buffalo Center. --o-DRILLING- ALLEN. DECORAH--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Elinor Allen of Castalia and Forrest Drilling of Waterloo, read at the home of the bridegroom's mother in Waterloo, by the Hev. McKee Brandon. Miss Margaret Bray and Nicholas Drilling were attendants. They will make their home in Waterloo where Mr. Drilling is employed as a salesman with the Gamble-Robinson company. : Social Calendar MONDAY B. I. L. of Chapter GN-6:30 o'clock, St. John's parish nail, dinner, W. P. Butler, K. V. Mace, Don Wieder, committee. A. A. U. W.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Grace Barnard, 27 Sixth street riorthwest, Miss Gladys Price, assisting, lesson, Miss Eleanor Hazlett Miss Lillian Shimmick. . Presbyterian Evening circle 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. K. Jones 404 Seventh street southwest. Beta. Sigma Phi-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. M. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Elks Bridge club-8 o'clock, clubrooms. G. F. S. Adults-- ' 7:30 o'clock, St. John's parish halh D. D. Bridge club-Postponed. TUESDAY E. T. IV. club-- l_o'elock, Mrs. Melviti Bailey, 2510 Jefferson avenue southwest. Tu-Spol dub 6:30 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Mrs. Harry Arnold, hostess. Si. John's Women's Auxiliary-2 o'clock, McNider memorial .hall. East Side Social circle-7:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs L. D. Fox, hostess. Wa-1'an-Yc club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Central Lutheran S. E. group 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. V. Dielz 1704 Delaware avenue ' southeast. Medical Auxiliary-5 o'clock, Mrs. Harold Morgan, 616 Madison avenue northwest Mrs. G. M. Crabb, Mrs. C E' Dakin, Mrs. H. D. Fallows, Mrs. Morgan, hostesses Busy Bee Mission band-7 o'clock, Betty Birch, 1335K North Federal avenue. Baptist Y. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Agnes Compion, 8 Second street southeast, Carol Starr,, assisting. Woman's club-B o'clock, First Methodist church Herbert Gould, soloist. !. D. A.-8 o'clock, Moose hali. County Gi-onp Entertained. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Carl ·arlson entertained the Floyd bounty Rural Carriers' association nday evening. Rockford, Charles My, Floyd, Marble Hock and Eudd were represented. ., . state division will be hostesses lo the delegates at a reception Monday evening, followed by a presentation of "Heaven Bound " a beautiful and authentic dramatization of the 'Negro's idea of God and heaven and his final triumph through trial and trouble, with old folk scrags and spirituals by a choir of some 200 Negro voices. Other evening programs include the ceremony on Tuesday celebrating the growth of the Association's million dollar fellowship fund, a conce.-t and demonstration of "The Dance as an Art" on Wednesday evening, and informal dinners for the various section delegates and representatives on Tuesday evening. The sectional dinners precede an evening address by Dr. Katharine J. Gallagher, professor of history, Goucher college, whose subject will be "Women in the Rennaissance," Dr. Gallagher is chairman of the American Association of University Women's fellowship awards committee. Through its support of research fellowship for gifted women scholars, (he. : American Association .of University Women does a ·unique work, one which has been maintained throughout the 55 years of the association's activity in the educational field. Contributions to the million dollar endowment fund now being raised by the A. A U. W. will be reported at Savannah. TWO BIRTHDAYS MARKED AT PARTY Mrs. Edwin Alsbury entertained at her home, 1409 North Federal avenue, Saturday afternoon a group of 11 givls honoring her daughter, Joan, on her eleventh birthday. Three little boys were also present to help Gene Alsbury celebrate his third b i r t h d a y . Games, stunts and music were the diversions o£ the afternoon and refreshments were served at two tables centered with birthday cakes. Gifts were presented lo the honorees and Mrs. Alsbury was assisted by Mrs. Percy Collins. COUPLES GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSES HAMPTON--Marriage licenses were issued to Donald A. Ochert, 24, and Mabel D. Nicolet, 24, Thornlon; R. Lloyd Corporan, 24] Aredale, and Marie E. Abbas, 24 Sheffield; George .M. Fox, legal, and Maude E. Fredericks, legal, Hampton; Walter Warren Wilson, 23, Alexander, and Dorothy Arleen Harris, 21, Latimer; Clarence Steenhard, 20, Hampton, and Jennie Wiemann, 20, Thornton; Lawrence M. Johnson, 22, Dows, and Arloine H. Hansen, 19, Couller. LICENSES TO WED ISSUED TO COUPLES CRESCO--Walter Glasenap, 25, and Laberta House, 20, both of Winona, Minn.; Frederick William Hagerstrom, 21, and Dorothy Gladys Cowle, 19, both of Red Wing. Minn.; Stanley Smith, 22, and Dorothy Quinn, 18, both of Rochester, Minn.; Edward Peter, 21, Cresco. and Mildred Wiedeman, 24, Ridgeway, have been licensed to wed. --o-- GOODRICH-EINHUS KANAWHA--Miss Ellis Eillkus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ein- luis, was married to George Goodrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. WilJiam Goodrich, Feb. 25, at the Methodist parsonage at Britt by the Rev. McMillan. Carl Einkus, brother of the bride, and Geraldine DeWaard were the attendants. YOUR BEAUTY SHOPPE Avoid the Easter rush--we feature the lovely Duarl Wave-$1.95 $2.95 53.75 $4.75 We specialize in waves for baby-fine hair and absolutely guarantee them. A test curl taken on every head--no guess work, Machineless Waves--$3.75 to $6.00 3 experienced operators to serve you--no waiting-. We do women's hair cultlmr. Ilachcl Thtel, Helen Nicholson, Operators Myiinlc Bruner, Prop. Weir Bldff.--Upstairs Over Rlanchards Jewelry Try adding a quarter of a teaspoon of mustard, dry or prepared, to gravy to give a new and pleasant tang. Ellen Smith to Be Speaker at Lenten Meeting of Women Miss Ellen Smith, director of St. John's choir, will discuss "the Negro American's Contribution to Music," Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. John's parish hall at the Lenten meeting of St. John's women's auxiliary, composed of all the women of the parish. The choir guild will be the hostess organization with Mrs. Ralph Lloj'd Jones as chairman, assisted by Mrs. R. E. Patton, church organist, and members of the choir. The meeting will ' Jefferson 6th Grade Pupils Declamatory Contest Is Planned Jefferson school sixth grade students will have a declamatory . contest Wednesday evening, March. 10 at 7:30 o'clock in the school, in whicll all pupils o£ the sixth grade will participate. In addition to the contest, musical selections will be furnished by the grade. Miss Lena Nicholas is the sixth grade teacher. Parents have been invited to attend the program and there will be no admission fee. --o-COUPLE HONORED BY THRIFT CLUB Members of the Thrift club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gourley, southeast of Mason City, honoring Dorothy Faster and Leigh Curraii who are to be married soon. A mock wedding was a feature of the entertainment. A number of gifts were presented to the couple by the members of tho club and other friends who weia present. Mrs. Ben Hendrickson and Mrs. Gourley were the hosU esses. MRS. BEN GOLIEN HONORED AT DINNER Mrs. Seymour Angel enter* tained at a 6 o'clock dinner Saturday evening at her home, 704 Van Buren avenue northwest. The guests were Mrs. O. W. Crawford, Mrs. M. R. Doidge and daughter, Opal, and Mrs. Ben Gplien. The occasion was Mrs. Golien's birthday. anyone who wishes to attend SMARTER STYLK, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 19ZO COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH Gracefully Yours are These Lovely Spring Dresses at Lundberg's They're sleek little styles with flattery in every stitch. There are solid colors, including black and pastels, and a large -and colorful array of luscious prints. Their quality is superb and typical of the outstanding fashions always available here. Price range Others to $19.95 Blouses Silks, crepes, cottons, spring colors in sizes from · 32 to 44 Priced |1.00 to $4.95! "SEE YOU TOMORROW AFTER A L L There's Nothing Like Good BUTTER Butter adds to food o quality flavor which is naturaf and which cannot be imitated. Butter is a superior food. It is o fat of low melting point which is fovorable to ease and completeness of digestion. It is rich in vitamin A. Two ounces of butter per person each day will furnish, practically the entire day's need of this vitamin. BUTTER MAKES GOOD FOOD TASTE BETTER Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. SIXTY-FIVE NORTH IOWA CREAMERIES CO-OPERATING

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