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TEN A1ASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 26 1934 LARGE FUND BEING RAISED BY GENERAL FEDERATION Clubwomen's Convention May 21.-23 Many Speakers on Program for Session in Hot Springs. WASHINGTON, April 26.--The raising of a $2,000,000 foundation fund by the General Foundation of Women's Clubs, to be divided equally between the states and the national organization, will be given further impetus at the federations council meeting in Hot Springs, Ark May 21-26, when the Grace Morrison Poole birthday fund, which has been accumulated during the past several months by clubs and club women, will be turned m to swell the foundation fund. The birthday party will be held the morning of May 24, Mrs. Poole's birthday. . . The general federation's share in this gigantic sinking fund, now'to- tals $121,563. Massachusetts, Mrs. Poole's home state, heads the list with a contribution of ?35,950. On Crime Control. Other features of national interest to be offered at Hot Springs will include an address by the Honorable Joseph B. Keenan, United States assistant attorney general, who will speak on crime control and prevention. The brilliant work recently done by the department of justice under Mr. Keenan's direction, in apprehending criminate, and the general federation's active interest in the crime problem, make his speech of particular timeliness. Dr. Theodore H. Aschman of Kansas City, Mo., has consented to uphold the negative side of the discussion on birth control legislation Â·which will be presented in the affirmative by Mrs. Margaret Sanger. Other speakers recently announced are: Mrs. Virgil Loeb of St. Louis, representing the national league WHEN NEXT FALL COMES Make your neighbors think you have a NEW COAT . . . by having it CLEANED, STORED and REMODELED by the . . . PHONE 641 DAUGHTER FOLLOWS SUIT TWO-PIECE COSTUME WILL MAKE PRACTICAL AND ATTRACTIVE WEAR FOR SCHOOL DAYS Ulobe-Ctazflta t'rertena to rÂ«iit I'alttrn, 200 Flftli Avenue, Men fork City Â· B; UIAA'A DAI Here she is showing just how attractive and practical her new model can be. , Originally it was carried out in a pretty medium blue and white cotton print. The boxy jacket was plain darker blue linen-finished cotton. Red and white stick candy stripe seersucker with plain red linen jacket is another cute scheme. For very smart wear, printe'd tub silk makes up very attractively with self material jacket of plain crepe to tone with the print. Style No. 675 is designed for sizes 8, 10, 12 and 14 years. Size 8 requires 2% yards of 39- inch material with 1 yard of 5V, inch ribbon for bow; separate jacket requires 1% yards of 39-inch material. The Essence 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. Pi-ice of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrop coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern de- U_L partment, 200 Fifth Avenue, Â·York City. New of women voters, in opposition to the equal rights amendment, with Mrs. Burnita Shelton Matthews, Washington attorney, representing the proponents; Mrs. Irene Webster Chubb of Sylvester Grove, .Mo., upholding the affirmative of both the old age pensions and compulsory unemployment insurance questions, and Noel Sargent, secretary of the national association of manufacturers, presenting the opposition on iese subjects. Social Events Planned. An array of social events will begin with a tea on Sunday preced- ng the council, given at council headquarters at the Arlington ho:el by Mrs. Lake, Mrs. Edwin Sevens of Helena, Ark., and Mrs. Vaughan W. Root of Little Rock, assisted by the local council board, honoring the general Federation board, members and guests, to MANLEY'S MILLINERY NEW HATS Straws, Crepes Felt Banquet Hats, White $-i .98 and Colors JL MANLEY'S FIRST FLOOR which all federated club women will be welcome. Breakfast, luncheon and dinner conferences are announced by the various departments, divisions ana committees for the several days of the council. "Play Day" on Saturday, May 26, Kill mark the finale of the council when all Arkansas will join with Hot Springs to give visiting club women a good time. A lakeside breakfast on the waters of the Hamilton will be followed by a drive over pineclad mountains and vales to Bauxite to see the only mine in the United States containing ore for making aluminum, where they will be received-by Benton and Bauxite club women, and then the journey back into the memorial highway to Little Rock where the Little Rock federation, assisted by its Â·junior section, has arranged a drive over the capital city followed by a lawn party on the historic old state house grounds. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES ALGONA, April 26.--Marriage 11- ceenses were issued to Raymond Cook and Catherine Cavanaugh, both of Algona; Frank H. Scovill of Marshalltown and Nellie Godbury of Chicago: George Rahl and Ar- molla Menke, both of Bancroft; Charles Faugust of East Chain, Minn., and Pearl McAninch of Swea City, Mason City Coed Wins Recognition Peggy Senneff's Perform. ance in University Play Praised. Miss Peggy Senneff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff, 9 Beaumont drive, a student at the "University of Iowa, won especially favorable foment for her performance in the university play, "Another Language," given last week at Iowa City and to be repeated during commencement week. The reviewer of the play says, after describing the play, "Having passed in a hurry over the lesser work, let me hasten to say that my nomination for one of the best comedy performance of the year goes to Peggy Senneff, whoso broad sense of humor, uproarious laughter;, and dull waddling gait kept the audience in gales of laughter. Low comedy; it ia true, but "Another Language" had its best moments in its broadest moments. "Miss Senneff was completely the Grace Haliam of the play -- dull, loud; forever laughing at something endlessly inconsequential, beyond romance and sensitiveness. Her work was one of the better things.'' The critic of the play, who also happens to be a Mason Cityan, Tom Yoseloff, writes, " 'Another Language' is a play about a woman who fights for the more beautiful things in life against the Haliam family; the story of a struggle between shoddy convention and art, between glaring electric lights and the soft glow of candles, between Tuesday night family reunions and the right to live one's own life without family control. "In judging performances, the playgoer is sometimes forced to consider the circumstances under which the actors perform. The fact that Prof. Vance Morton prepared his players on two weeks' notice to fill the vacancy in the schedule left by the late death of 'Hiss! Boom!! Blah!!' 1 makes especially good the performances and serves to excuse those not so good." LICENSES ISSUED AT EMMETSBURG. EMMBTSBURG, April 26.-- Marriage licenses have beea issued here this week to Paul E. Seid, 22, and Esther V. Lee, 21, both of Ayrshire, and to Ingvald C. Larson, 27, Wal- Hngford, and Rhoda M. Frost, 18, Cylinder. _ _ .;. _ LAMB-THUHSXON ALGONA, April 26.-- John Lamb and Jean L. Thurston of Nicollet, Minn., were married by Justice of Peace H. S. White April 24. Wit- neses were Mr. and Mrs. John Foth of Algona. '5 95 WEEK at BETTY JANE'S IMAGINE! DRESSES IN: Sports Ensembles Banquets Sweater Suits Sunday Nites Semi-Formals bJ "At REMEMBER THE PRICE SPECIAL Organdy Prints Pastels Polka Dots Betty Jane Dress 114 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. ROSES Hardy Rose Bushes, Will Bloom This Year Many Varieties Fresh, New Stock 3 FOR P E R E N N I A L S A Wide Selection O of Varieties O for YOU CAN SAVE MONY AND WOR.K WITH THIS NO-KUBBING PLOORs POLISH AND FUR.NITUK POLISH ST J Hundreds of your neighbors are using this no- work way to beautify their floors and linoleum -- Old English No Rubbing Floor Polish. Now, at this special price you get a bottle of satin-finish wax furniture polish with each quart can of Floor Polish. You twn w '" k e amaze d at t ' le difference these two IWO products will make in your home. CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. 122 New Words Listed Sister of Captain Elliott Is* Given National Recognition. Mason Cityans will be interested to learn that Miss Grace Elliott of Burlington, sister of Capt. Walter Elliott, 623 Washington avenue northwest, is receiving national recognition as a result of whining second place in a national new word contest conducted by the publishers of Webster's dictionary. Miss Elliott has often visited in Mason City. Miss Elliott submitted 122 words of general use which are not found in Webster's dictionary. According to the rules of the contest she had to accompany each word with a definition and an example from a well known author. Became Her Hobby. The contest was designed originally for English teachers, librarians and others in literary pursuits, but Miss Elliott heard of it and took it up as a hobby, spending several months noting and compiling new words in her reading. The editor of publications of the Brooklyn Public library won first prize. Many of the words are of such common usage that it seems difficult to believe that they are not in Webster's dictionary. The list follows: Aerodrome, aircraft, ambivert, autogyro, avertin, bakelite, behaviorism, berserk, best-seller, blimp, bloc, bomber, bookends, break, briefcase, broadcast (verb and noun), bronchoscope, Buchmanism, budget (verb), canalize, cellophane, chisel (verb), choicy, chlorine, civic-minded, clokj, close-up. Comeback, compact, contract (bridge), cowtesting, crooner, cut-in, deadline, debunk, detectograph, dial, dudewangler earthbound, econo-ma- nia, eggshell, extrovert, fadeout, frise, gangdom, gigolo, gunmetal, halitosis, highbrow, highjack, hit- and-run, hitch-hiker, homemalring. hubris, hyperlamphobia, intelligen- sia, it (personality), introvert), jodhpur, kibitzer. Lame duck, lapin, lettersmith, let- terroan, lipstick, loudspeaker, lowbrow, minestra, Nazi, newsreel, nudist, omnibus, personalysis, photo- static, pickery, pinch-hitter, president-elect, projectionist, proration, pugdom, pull, puppeteer, racketeer, rayon, ready-to-wear, robot, rotogravure, scoutmaster, seaplant, Shalamar, Shavian, sideswipe. Skijoring, ski-runner, smorgasbord, socialite, sigmoidoscope, song- picture, southpaw, stareshina, stratosphere, subdeb, tabloid, . talkie, technicolor, technocracy, thumb (a ride), tycoon, tnyration, untouchable, up-to-the-minute, Victorianism, wisecrack, Wampas, wham, whoopie, yen and zipper. Women Play Contract Tournament at Eadmar; Finals Set for Friday Mrs. O. A. Lueders, Mrs. Lloyd Roberts and Mrs. Ellen White sponsored a contract bridge tournament Wednesday afternoon on the mezzanine floor of the Eadmar. High score winners, north and south, were Mrs. A. W. Beecher and Mrs. G. H. Hughes, and runners-up. Mrs. C. H. Barber and Mrs. H. B. Hasbrouck. Mrs. T. A. Potter and Mrs. C. W. Hubbard tied with Mrs. J. W. Irons and Mrs. Howard Knesel for first place, east and west, and Mrs. Davi'd Convey and Mrs. J. J. Jost were runners-up The finals in the tournament to decide the winner of the Mrs. W. E. Brice trophy will be played Friday afternoon starting at 12:30 o'clock on the mezzanine floor of the Ead- mar. The trophy will be awarded to the champion woman " contract player of Mason City for 1934. Social Calendar THURSDAY Mary Ferrie Weds Lawrence Joerger CRESCO, April 26.--The Assumption church of Cresco was the scene Tuesday 'morning of the marriage of Miss Mary Ferrie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ferrie, to Lawrence Joerger, son of Mr.-and Mrs. Max Joerger, Cresco, the Rev. F. Leo O'Connell officiating. The couple was attended by the bride's brother and sister, Lester and Luella Ferrie. A wedding- breakfast was served to the bridal party at the home of the bride's parents. In the evening: a reception was given them at the home of the bride's brother, Ray Fevrie, between Cresco and Bonair. After a brief wedding trip by auto, Mr. and Mrs. Joergor will reside on a farm northwest of Cresco. TABERNACLE SOCIETY MEETS AX ST. JOSEPH. Members of the Tabernacle society met at the St. "Joseph's parish hall Wednesday afternoon for a program and social hour. Pupils of the sixth grade of St. Joseph school gave a one act play and later bridge and 500 were played with high score bridge prize going to Mrs. J. W. Hughes and high score 500 to Mrs. C. Kreiger. Mrs. Larry Nolan and Mrs. Jerome Blake were hostesses and refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. KUEXHET,Z-GIBB j ALGONA, April 26.--Lawrence j H. Kienhdz and Helen Gibb, both of i Delaven, Minn., were married by the Rev. C. V. Hulse. Witnesses were Mrs. (1. V. Hulse and Mrs. Eornice ! Sccley. I Tusuliitii club-6:10- o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Herman Scheef, east of town. Baptist JO. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Clarence Moore, 1508 Carolina avenue southeast. iUcKlnlcy P. T. A-7:30 o'clock, school, father's night. Holy Family iJJdies aid-8 o'clock, school, card party. K. N. A. drill team-8 o'clock, Eagles hall, Mrs. Henry Billman, chairman. FRIDAY Good Cheer lodge-2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, special . meeting. Baptist Ladies aid division 8-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. August Johnson, 614 Connecticut avenue southeast. Kebekah circle-1 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, pot luck dinner. Gildner division-2 o'clock, Mrs. Grace Parker, 21S East state street. Trinity Ladies aid-Church parlors. Mrs. Carl Hoi- men, Mrs. H. Kueck, Mrs O. Gregerson, hostesses. First M. E. divisions-1, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. V. D. Nelson, 323 Kentucky avenue southeast; 2, 1:15 o'clock, Mrs. F. H. Speigel, 30 Sixth street northeast; 3, Mrs D. G. Klempnauer, 1030 Seconc street northwest, 4, 1 o'clock, Mrs A. A. Sherin, 1011 W. State St., 5 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. T. E. Davidson 908 Second street southwest; 6 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. J. Hendrickson, 21 River heights: 7, 1 o'clock Mrs. V. A. Farrell, 416 First street southeast; S, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs W. B. Pedelty, 306 Third treet northeast: 9, 2:30, Mrs. Frank Kinhart, 946 Delaware avenue northeast, 10, 1 o'clock, Mrs Lloyd Geer, 1325 South Federal avenue. Harmony. Guild-Church parlors, Mrs. Guy Blackmore, Mrs. E. G. Larson, Mr. H. M. Knudson, Mrs. Harriett Michael. Women's Labor bureau-7:30 o'clock, Labor temple. Daughters of Veterans-7:45 o'clock, courthouse. St. James Friendship society-- ; : 8 o'clock, church parlors, Mr. and : Mrs. Lawrence Pearson,"Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bublitz. Christian Workers-Group 1, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Joe Buckland, 14 Twenty-fifth street northwest; 2, 1 o'clock, Mrs. D. L. Kratz, 227 Fourth street northwest; 3, 1 o'clock, Mrs. A. L. Halsor, 647 East State street; 3, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Theodore Olson, 811 Jefferson avenue northwest; 5, Mrs. E. J. Thraves, Daly apartments; 6, Mrs. F. L. Reese, 726 Fifteenth street northeast. DECOIIAH GIRL TO WED DULDTH PASTOR. DECORAH, April 26.--Mr. and Mrs. O. J. H. Preus have announced the engagement of their daughter, Nora Margaret, to the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness of Duluth, Minn. The wedding will take place sometime in June. Miss Preus has been the music supervisor in the Gettysburg high school during the past year. Mr. Rogness is a graduate of Augustana college. He was ordained at Duluth in March, and has accepted a call to the Bethseda congregation at East Duluth, where he and his bride will make their home following the wedding. 2 COUPLES ISSUED . LICENSES TO WED. NEW HAMPTON, ' April 26.-Marriage licenses have been issued to Noyes Woodford Alger and Susan Lavender Greaves, both of Minneapolis; Leo Strempke and Marie Zierjack. both of Fairbanks. 90 at Visiting Night Program of Study Circle More than 90 were present for the visitation night program Wednesday evening of the Jefferson Child Study circle at the Jefferson school. The program included two vocal numbers by Roger Downing, accompanied by Jean Barclay and a dramatization of the story "Epaminondas" by Dorothy Geer, Dale Kruger, Lois Clausen and Patsy Liee, under the direction of Miss Carol Starr. Shirley Leaman told the story of "The Little Tin Soldier" by Hans Christian Anderson and Mrs. H. V. MacGregor gave the life of Anderson. Homer Hockenberry played an 4 Big Days May 2-3-4-5 CASEY DRUG CO 335 S. Fed. Ave. oboe solo, accompanied by Adelia Woodward, and a piano selection, "Love's Dream," was given by Jeanete Preston. At the conclusion oÂ£ the program refreshments were served with Mrs. P. F. Grove in charge. Pastel shades were carried out in the decorations. MRS. C. KOONIZ HONORED AT PAKXV. Mrs. C. Koontz, 1216 Sixteenth street northwest, was honored at a surprise party given by a group of friends and neighbors on the occasion of her eighty-first birthday Wednesday afternoon. The time was spent informally and refreshments were served. 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