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April 25, 1934

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

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 25 1934 NORTH IOWA SENIORS TO ATTEND JUNIOR COLLEGE PLAY VOGEL-PB1CK ROCK FALLS, April 25.--Mr -and Mrs. George Vogel have received an announcement of the marriage of Harold Vogel to Miss Viola Price April 18 at Amarillo, Texas Harold Vogel is a brother of George Vogel. Sound travels through air aboui 12 miles a minute. Walk! Walk! Walk! Anywhere Anytime if you wish to keep that youthful freshness a n d sparkling vitality. Don't think, however, that any low-heeled shoe you see will be a good shoe to walk in. The low heel is just one feature, and in our shoes-there is quality that means foot comfort, and proper balance to keep youth in your face. REMEMBER -- Quality can't be had just for the asking--you have to pay for it -- but you get it in our shoes at rock-bottom prices--'· $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 $6.50 $8.50 A Price For Every Need Nichols Green Oscar Wilde Drama to Be April 26, 27 Wig and Masque Prepares Comedy for Staging at High School. Senior students from nine nearby towns have accepted the invitation from the M. C. J. C. to attend the Wig and Masque production, "The Importance of Being Ernest," the three-act romantic comedy Thursday evening. The out- of-town seniors, from Marble Rock, Mitchell, Plymouth, Sheffield, Nora Springs, Kensett, Rock Falls, Northwood, Goodell, as well as the 225 senior students of Mason City high school expect to attend. Friday evening the production is to be repeated for the public. Tickets went on reserve at 3:10 today in the high school office. "The Importance of Being Ernest," Oscar Wilde's romantic comedy which is being, directed by Miss Lillian Shimmick, will t-a presented by the Wig and Masque club of the Junior college, April 26 and 27 in the high school auditorium. English Setting. The first setting of the three- act comedy is in Algernon Moncrief's luxurious apartment in Half Moon Street, London. The second act is a garden scene at the country estate of John Worthing in Wool- ion, Hertfordshire, England. The iird act is an interior scene, talcing place in a morning-room of John rt'orthing's country home. Lois Hanson takes the leading 'emim'ne role as the Honorable Gwendolen Fairfax, who is as dignified as the name implies and is de- :ermmed to love only a man named Srnest. She falls in love with John tVorthing, a persistent young Eng- ishman played by Jack Neighbor, vhom she believes to be named Snrest. Overjoyed to find his affec- ious reciproated, John Worthing .voids revealing his real name to .er. Dorothy De Bruyn as Lady Bracknell, the haughty social eader, strongly opposes the mar- iage of her daughter, Gwendolen, o John Worthing because of his in- .bility to boast an aristocratic par- ratage. New Love Interest. Ateanwhile, a new love interest s developed between Cecily Cardew, ihe charming and secluded ward of John Worthing played by Dorothy Fischbeckj and ; Algernon Moncrief, jnsjighttgarted^f riend r ..jla.yed; by. Edmund Bronson. Cecily is also under the fond impression that Algernon's name is Ernest. Harrassed but undaunted, both of the enamored English gentlemen seek the advice of the Reverend Canon Chasuble, D. D., rector of Woolton, a role taken by Harold Grier. Miss Prism, Cecily Cardew's primly conscientious governess played by Ruth Sanders, is noticeably interested in "dear Doctor Chasuble." Production Staff. The parts of Merriman, the butler; Lace, the manservant and the third servant are portrayed by Rob ert Haugen, John Hitzhusan and Paul Satter, respectively. 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A few yards of material and 3'ou're ready to start. It's the most simple thing in the world to make it. You'll be so pleased, you'll want to make another--for summer. Delightful suggestions are tie prints in cotton challis. pastel or white tub silks, pastel linen, candy striped seersucker, etc. Style No. 728 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 4 I ,-i yards of 39 inch material with 1 yard of 39 inch contrasting. The Ksscnue 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. | Whalen-Hum Wedding I Announced by Couple Announcement is made of the marriage of Olive Hum, daughter of Mrs. M. Akkerman of Buffalo Center, to John Whalen of Mason City which took place at Northwood, April 8. Mr. Whalen is employed at Deckers. The couple is at home at 303 West State street. 728 Social Calendar The 'Teppo" Style Dlustrated, Snowy White Kid - - Nichols Green "Where the Good Shoes Come From" WEDNESDAY} 4 M. C: life Underwriters-7:30 o'clock, T. W. C. A., program. Jefferson C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, visitation night. Bethlehem Willing Workers-7:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. A W Otto, Mrs. Fred Groh, Mrs. A'. Toensing, Mrs. J. M. Willock. I. O. F.-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. Phoenician club-S o'clock, Miss Carol Hass, 1 Taylor avenue southwest, lesson, Miss Myrtle Nifcdert. Senior G. F. S.-8 o'clock, south parlors of Y. W. C. A. Women's Labor Bureau-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Joe Ditzler, 711 Ninth street northwest, initiation and refreshments, THURSDAY M. C. M.-Postponed to May 3. E T. W. club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Malcolm Reed, 425 Tyler avenue southwest. Energetic class Church, Mrs. J. Price, ilrs. R. Tofflemire. Central Child Study circle-Mrs. John ' Lewis, ' 319 Second street northeast, "The Child's Religion," Mrs. George R. Ludeman, Mrs. O. C. Tingley. Tuekabatchee class-1 o'clock, Mrs. Fred Tubbesing, 16 Linden drive, Mrs. R. F. De- Sart, Mrs. VS. Olson, Mrs. W. J. Barbour, Mrs. W. H. Davidson, hostesses. Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Ira Stinson, 644 Seventh street northeast. Nira Card club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Fred Mallo, 1431 Adams avenue northwest. Olivet Ladies aid-Church, Mrs. Ben Hendrickson. Mrs. A. J. Thomas, hostesses. Hanford Ladies aid-Mrs. S. A. Mathre. Athenian club-Mrs. John Hickey, hostess, Mrs. Hickey, Mrs. L. M. Woods, Miss Margaret Kelly, current events; Mrs. T. H. Jacobs, lesson. Internes club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. E. Donnelly. 110 Seventh street northeast. Inimanuel Dorcas aid -2:30 o'clock, church. Mrs. Paul Gustafson, Mrs. Carl Olson, Mrs. Dice Rodeabaugh. Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Herman Scbeef, east of town. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Clarence Moore, 1508 Carolina avenue southeast. McKlnley F. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, fathers'night. Holy Family Ladies aid-8 o'clock, school, card party. K. X. A. drill team-S o'clock. Eagles hall. Mrs. Henry Biliman, chairman. Club Women and Parliamentary Law Every club woman will be interested ia this booklet which is now available to readers of this newspaper through its Washington Information Bureau. It is a complete digest of the accepted rules of order and with it the answer can be found :o practically any question of procedure that will arise in the average organization. In addition, the duties of officers and committees are detailed and there is a model constitution and a model set of by-laws which can be readily adapted to the requirements of any club or society. 'PARLIAMENTARY LAW will be sent to any. address for the .nominal charge of 'sis cents, covering cost, handling, and postage. Use This Coupon Club Hears Program by Its Members Mrs. Patchen, Mrs. Gilman, Mrs. Wells on Matinee Musicale Recital. Matine Musicale met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. J. Holahan, 824 Adams avenue northwest, for a program given by Mrs. C. E. Gilman, Mrs. Bertha Patchen and Mi's. Don Wells, assisted by Mrs. A. C. Hagerman. The recital opened with two selections by a trio including Mrs. Gilman, Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Hagerman, who sang "The Green Cathedral" by Hahn and "Songs My Mother Taught Me" by Dvorak. Mrs. Wells saag "One Fine Day" from the second act of "Madame Butterfly" by- Puccini and her solo was followed by three numbers by Mrs. Gilman. Mrs. Gilman sang "Rainy Night's Lullaby" by Hamilton," "Down in the Focest" by Ronald and "The Call of the Maytime" by Grahm. Mrs. Patchen played two piano solos, "The Pines" by Matthews and "Humoresque" by E. A. Patchen. Mrs. Gilman and Mrs. Wells gave a duet, "April Morn" by Batten. "The Nightingale of Lincoln's Inn" by Oliver was sung by Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Patchen played "Romance" by LaFarge. Mrs. Gilman sang "The Last Song" by Rogers and "I Love Life" by Mana-Zucca. "Carissima" by Penn and "A Memory" by Rudolph Ganz" were sung by Mrs. Wells and the program was concluded by two numbers by the trio, "Morning" from "Peer Gynt Suite" by Grieg and The False Prophets" by Scott. At the close of the afternoon Mrs. Holahan served tea with Mrs. B.. Raymond Weston presiding at the tea table. FRANCIS SLEPICK.-V HONORED AT PARTI' Mrs. W. G. Slepicka, 104 Jefferson avenue northwest, entertained 21 children at a party honoring her son, Francis, on the occasion of his eighth birthday Tuesday. Games were played with prizes going to Shirtey Cook, Dean Schovlin, Emmet McCann, Margaret and Leo McGovern. Favors were given to the guests and refreshments were served. The Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, Frederic J. Haskin, director, Washington, D. C. I enclose herewith six cents in coin (carefully wrapped) for a copy of the booklet on Parliamentary Law. Name Street City State (Mail to Washington, D. C.) Famous GOTHflffl GOLD STRIPE Stockings are 95* 'I 1 . 1 'I 3 . 1 ABEL SON INC. At HUMfilD IIVIX JOV«* ftDUJU HER MOTHER-IN-LAW LEARNS IN MY DAY A WOMAN WHO TOOK PROPER CARE OF HER HOUSE WON'T HAVE SOFT, WHITE HANDS LIKE THAT r- BUT, MOTHER ;3 SMITH, IT ISN'T HOUSEWORK, IT'S HARSH SOAP THAT RUINS HANDS -- I USE LUX i USE-IT MYSELF FOR NICE THINGS WELL- I USE IT FOR DISHES', TOO. IT LEAVES MY HANDS SOFT AND WHITE -KEEPS MY NAILS NICER, TOO- YOU BET-KEEPS THE HOUSE LIKE ... Your Good Health Depends on the foods you chooss. The finest machine in the world deserves fine butter--rich in health- giving vitamins--made from selected sweet cream. .As for Iowa State Brand Butter Wife Preservers This is an old one, but may benefit a bride. When food has been scorched, tak'e cover off the pan in which it has cooked, and set the pan into a larger pan of cold water for a few moments. The food may easily be removed and will not taste burnt. Mrs. Eggers Elected President of Y. W. A. Mrs. Fred Eggers was elected president of the Baptist Y. W. A. at a meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. E. C. Sullivan, 1323 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Mrs. John Kopecky was elected vice president and Mrs. E. C. Tob- sing, secretary-treasurer. A visitation committee was appointed to include Mrs. F. L. Curtis, Mrs. Frank Carroll and Mrs. T. B. Ferguson. It was voted to send CORNS Instantly relieved, quickly,safely removed. DrScholls lino pads RUGS DRAPES CURTAINS Skillfully Cleaned Phone 788 or 789 May baskets to the sick and shut- in members of the church. The business meeting was preceded by a pot luck supper. The Rev. and Mrs. A. W. -Caul were guests at the meeting. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Cbesten Williams. 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