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April 16, 1936

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

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BIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 16 1936 NOEL COWARD COMEDY TO BE PRESENTED BY WOMAN'S CLUB 'Hay Fever 7 to Be Seen on April 23 Cast for Spring Drama Includes Favorites of Local Playgoers. "Hay Fever," the Woman's club play which will be presented Thursday evening, April 23, in the high school auditorium, will bring both new players and old favorites to the stage. Mrs. Louis Wolf is cast in the part of Judith Bliss. Dr. H. K. Jones will appear as David Bliss; Miss Eamona Liesveld, Sorell Bliss; Eddie Jones, Simon Bliss; Don Adams, Sandy Tyrell; Francis DeSart, Richard Greatham; Mary Sherman, Myra Arundel, and Mrs. Ben Birenbaum, Jackie Coryton. The play is one of Noel Coward's popular comedies and concerns a week-end party at the home of the temperamental Bliss family. Members of the Woman's club will be admitted in the customary way with membership card and a small fee for reservations. Members of the play producing committee of the Woman's club include Mrs. Carleton Stewart, chairman; Mrs. Reuben E. Nyquist, financial secretary; Mrs. C u r t i s Amen, Mrs. Edward E. Hunter, Mrs. Frank Pearce, Mrs. E. G. Morse, Mrs. M. D. McMichael, Mrs. Charles Grippen, Mrs. Howard O'Leary and Mrs. Floyd Merideth Wright. Crescent Club Hears D i s c u s s i o n of Trip to Europe by R. Hall Crescent club met Wednesday evening at the Y. W. C. A. with Genevieve Magnani as chairman of ararngements. Reuben Hall, spoke on his travels through Europe. A girls' trio from the I. 0. O. F. home comprising Dorothy Rose, Lorraine Edwards and Lenore Massolini sang "Beautiful Lady in Blue," "Rhythm in My Nursery Rhyme" and "Alone." Guests were members of the Hi- Y club, Evron Karges and the Misses Lois Nancolis, Nora Fladness, Esther Landgren and Florence Larson. The latter three became members of the Crescent club. Iva Lund prsented a birthday cake to Miss Lottie Swearingen which was served with the refreshments. An handkerchief shower was also held for Miss Swearingen. On April 29 a scavenger hunt will be held with Bernice Reynolds in charge. CAROLAN-BROGHAMMER DECORAH--The Rev. Father Maurice Nolan united in marriage Miss Julia Broghammer and John F. Carolan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carolan of Ridgeway. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Malanaphy. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Winneshiek hotel, and later a reception was held at the Carolan residence in Ridgeway. Following a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Carolan will make their home on the old Carolan farm near Ridgeway. RECORD BREAKING SPRING CLEARANCE Last 2 Days to Friday and Saturday SAVE MONEY ON SMART NEW BLUE GREY HOES ft EVERY PAIR A NEW SPRING STYLE! BLUE, GREY, BKITISH TANS NATURALIZERS Regular $6.75 Values'. REGULAR $5 STYLES Reg. $5 ?S.95 Styles About 300 Pairs in a Complete Style and Size Range CONSULT OUR CHIROPODIST, DR. V. E. WICKS, FOR A CORRECT DIAGNOSIS OP YOUR FOOT AILMENTS! 105 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. MANY SMART FEATURES GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTEKN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY Practical Style for Matron Will Make Up Attractively in Either Printed or Plain Material. Most matrons--and others too, will love this adorable dress. It's the youthful spring version of the shirt dress with a buttoned bib jabot for dash. It's slimming, too. This simple to sew model is becoming to all ages--and it may be worn for many informal occasions- You'll enjoy it right through the summer in sheer navy blue and white print crepe with plain white collar and jabot. You'll be pretty excited, too, when you glance at the small diagram that shows how utterly simple it is to sew. Style No. 2S05 is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48- inches bust. Size 36 requires 3% yards of 39-inch material with '/· yard of 39-inch contrasting. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin ia preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The* spring fashion book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy today. Book and pattern together 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. ROOSEVELT-JACKSON BOARD AT MEETING Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. board- met with Mrs. D. W. McCallum, 1515 Delaware avenue southeast, Wednesday to discuss plans for the April meeting at which officers will be elected. Refreshments were served by the hostess. MRS. JtnUtJS TAMASI HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. E: A. smith entertained at a miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening at her home, 740 Birch drive, complimenting Mrs. Julius Tamasi who was Virginia Hille before her recent marriage. Bridge was played during the evening with prizes going to Miss Ruth Hille and Miss Barbara Walker. FORTNIGHTER CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Fortnighter club was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. M. Russell, 545 Fourth street northeast, Wednesday night. Five hundred was played with prizes going to Virginia Zerbel and Ernest Zerbel. The next meeting will be April 28 with Mr. and Mrs. George Evans, 809 Fifth street southwest. To instantly relieve pain, stop Gagging shoe pressure and quickly, safely loosen and remove corns or callouses -- use New De Luie Dr. SchoU's Zino-pads. These soothing, healinj?. cushioning pads prevent sore toes and blisters. Flesh color; waterproof. At all dniE. "hoe and department stores. SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., lesson, Helen Meyer; music. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Walter Needham, 333 Twentieth street southeast, pot luck supper. B. P. W. club-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, fun night. American Legion auxiliary-7:30 o'clock. Y. M. C. A. Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. L. .O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. 0. F. hall Household Employes-- 7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. FRIDAY Chicago North Western Women-8 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., program, refreshments, for all North Western employes. Kill Kare Klub-Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith. Baptist Mission circle-Postponed. Lucky Lindy dub-Postponed. Tuckabatchee class-1 o'clock, First Methodist church, covered dish luncheon. Presbyterian W. 31. S.-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. W. C. Johnson, Mrs. J. E. Woolridge, Mrs. C. O. Pasnau, hostesses, lesson, Mrs. C. S. Hagerman, devotions, Mrs. J. C. Valentine. St. James Lutheran aid-Division 1, 2 o'clock, Mrs. O. Mall, 510 Sixth street southeast: division 3, 2 o'clock, Mrs. Herbert Frenz, R. R. 3: division 4, 2 o'clock, Mrs. F. Bahr, 4.14 Quincy avenue southwest. Progressive club-Mrs. C. W. Pippert. Jcfefrson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, "Home, Play and Recreation," Mrs. W. A. Carter, hobby show; open house in evening. Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Drama department-3 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Queen Rebekah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. W. C. O. F.-8 o'clock, Moose hall. TOTJKTELLOTT-BESOR CHARLES CITY--Lynn B. Tour, tellott, Mason City, and Miss Joyce 1. Resor. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Resor, Greene, were married Wednesday afternoon in the Baptist parsonage by the Rev. A. A. Rideout. Only the bride's parents witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Tourtellott will live near Nora Springs. Special For Saturday and Monday SALE OF Excellent values to choose from. Regularly priced to sell from 8 8 c t o $ 1 . 9 8 . At the Amazing Low Price of , . . N a v y, brown, pastel s h a d e s . Straws, felts and fabrics. Don't be fooled by the price! We are making room for the white season just ahead! NEWBERRY CO ' l! TM * 21-23 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Declamatory Finals Held by Students First Places Awarded to Kathleen McDonald, Mary E. Hayes. Finals of the declamatory contest given by the grade pupils of St. Joseph school were held Wednesday evening, April 15, in the school hall with Mrs. J. E. McMahon as critic judge. The Rev. C. E. Kurt awarded the prizes. Mary E. Hayes who spoke "The Wreck of the Hesperus" won first place in group one of the dramatic division, while Kathleen McDonald who gave "Vive la France" won first place in the second group of this _division. The winner in the first group of the humorous division was Mahala Meade, giving "Mary Lou or Black Sheep." Elizabeth Shovein. with "Who's Afraid" won first place in the second division. Dramatic Readings. Other dramatic readings given were "Bear O' Valley Farm" by Pauline Paulsen; "Papa's Letter" by Phyllis Woodhouse; "Beth Gelert" by Thomas Burke; "On the Next Train" by Irene Edel, and "Little Boy Blue" by Florence Hanson. Humorous selections were "Minding the Baby" by Francis White; "His Abhorred Task" by Robert Hansen: "Scuse Me Please" oy Peggy Lee Hayes; "Johnny Gets Ready for School'' by Robert Gearhart, and "Entertaining Sister's Beau" by Marcella Henly. Four pupils were selected from each of grades five, six, seven and eight to participate in this contest. The eight children of grades five and six were classed as group one; the eiglit in grades seven and eight as group two. Two pupils from each grade gave dramatic readings and two gave humorous. Musical Numbers. Musical cumbers were also a part of the program. The junior orchestra made its first public appearance playing "Soldiers of the Starry Flag" by Grayson and "Assembly March" by Sutor. A piano duet, "Dancing Lesson" by Oxford was played by Mary F. Perkl and Margaret Downs; a piano trio "At the School Festival" by Treabby played by .Constance Nettleton, Laura J. Kelly and Miram Coonan; a second piano trio "Follow the Leader" by Oxford was played by Holland Rosa and James Downs. The senior orchestra played three selections at the close of the program. Mrs.G.G.WeidaNew President of C. S. C. at Harding School Harding Child Study circle met at the school Wednesday with 25 members present. Mrs. G. G. Weida was elected president for the coming year, Mrs. T. R. Lcaman. vice president; -and Mrs. F. E. Wells, secretary-treasurer. Plans were made for a pot luck dinner to be held at the next meeting. The lesson for the adolescent grotup was on "The Modern Parent," for the elementary group, "That Complex--Inferiority;" and for the pre-school, "Discipline and the Young Child." During the social hour, refreshments were served by Mrs. F. Gaffri, Mrs. H. Grunz, Mrs. C. F. Rankin and Mrs. G. Johnson. MISS BEE LYNCH HONORED AX PARTY Miss Bee Lynch was honored at a surprise party given by the P. G. and E. girls club at the Euchre and Cycle club Wednesday evening. Spring flowers centered the dinner table and place cards repeated the seasonal note. Monopoly and bridge were played during the evening. A I gift was presented to Miss Lynch who has recently left her position at the P. G. and E. to be employed at Kemble's flower shop. BLUNT-McELROY ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Louis McElroy announce.the marriage of their daughter, Bernadine, to Orvie Blunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Blunt of Rudd, at the Little Brown church at Nashua Sunday. The couple was attended by Viola Blunt and Marvin Sharp of Rudd. Mrs. Blunt is a graduate of the Rockford high school and Mr. Blunt Of the Rudd high school. They will make their home in Charles City where Mr. Blunt is employed at the Hart Parr company. VAUGHN-WALLEN BRITT--A wedding of interest i here took place at the First Co gational church in Mason City when Miss Esther Wallen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wallen, became the bride of Otto Vaughn of Mason City. The couple left for Waterloo, Wis., where Mr. Vaughn is employed. WAGNEB-HUBEK. SPILLVILLE--The marriage of Gladys Huber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Huber, and Ed Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wagner of near Fort Atkinson, was performed, at the St. Wenceslaus church Tuesday by the Rev. V. J. Hlubek. The attendants were Louise Huber, sister of the bride, and Jerome Wagner, brother of the groom. A wedding dinner was served at the homa of the bride's parents and a wedding dance was given at the Imvood in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner will make their home on a farm near Fort Atkinson. Theater Group to Meet Friday for Last Talk 'Personalities in Stage Direction and Scenic Design" will be discussed at the last meeting of the theater arts section of the Woman's club Friday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock in the coffee shop of the Hotel Hanford. Mrs. E. B. Hunter and Mrs. Floyd Mcrideth Wright will lead the discussion. Modern activity in the theater has been the basis of the year's work in the theater arts section and personalities of the stage have been featured in the study. On the theater arts committee are Mrs. Richard Romey, Mrs. R. W. Baumgartner, Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Draper Long. --*-TWO COUPLES GET MARRIAGE LICENSES NEW HAMPTON _ Licenses to ,-ed were issued to Thov Thovson and Mae Sorenson. both of Forest City; Lcallin Knox and Lenora Heinmiller. both of Hawkeye. WIFE PRESERVERS Follow the advice of beauty experts when you are housecleaning, and rub your hands with good cold cream before you do any rough work. FAKKOW-GOVEKN LEDYARD--Milton Farrow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Farrow of Grant township, and Miss Wmfred Govern of Ledyard were married at the Sacred Heart Catholic church Wednesday morning by the Rev. Father Sturm. The brother and sister of the bride attended the couple. They will make their home on the farm north of town. Friendship Society Meets at St. James Lutheran Friendship society of St. James Lutheran church met Wednesday evening in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. H. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. S. Underwood as hosts. The program included piano selections by Richard Ferrer, a French horn solo by Jack Wcer, accompanied by Barbara Scott, accordion, music by Paul Clausen, Billy Coleman, George Swaroff and Jerry Machelek. Richard Zarling played a piano selection and Doris Garvey, a bassoon solo, accompanied by Betty Church. New committees appointed in. eluded entertainment, Mrs. O. Govig, Mrs. Ed Pearson and Mrs. H. Kapplinger; program, Mrs. H. Kinney, Carl Henkel and Mrs. H. Maass; publicity, H. Kinney and the Rev. O. Mall; membership, Mr. and Mrs. R. Keister and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pearson; visiting and flower, Mr. and Mrs. S. Underwood and Mr. and Mrs. August Buhr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kruggell and Mr. and Mrs. William Swift became members of the society. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE STETSON You'll be in the forefront of the style procession with this new Breton sailor. The new detailed crown -- IS different DRESSES A real selling. Silk Dresses to fill your every need for now and far into the summer. Be sure to see them. You will find here some remarkable buys. Priced at. . $4.95 SUITS Styles that are new and different. You'll be glad to own one of these smart suits at these prices. Assorted colors and materials in sizes from 12 to 40. Priced at--. $16.95 BLOUSES Silks, organdies and linen blouses, in styles for all sizes and types. All shades and white. *« AC and Priced ____ $*9y up GIRLS' WASH FROCKS Scores and scores of these smart youthful frocks of all washable fabrics. Sizes from 2 to 14 years. Real values at -- 75C ond $1. "SHIRLEY TEMPLE" COATS .Genuine Shirley Temple styles in smart colors and fabrics. All sizes from 3 to 12 years. Priced at -and up Save on New Shoes in this Timely CLEARANCE 600 Pairs New Spring -- Regular to . Gabardine Brisk Easter selling left broken lots of stunning shoes for your choice at this MARVELOUS SAVING! Kid ... Parent , Swagger Buck, in dozens of styles! Also GOODYEAR WELT oxfords! Pick yours early! ALL SIZES But Not in Every Style. · GREYS » BLUES O BLACKS jf

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