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March 23, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 COAST ARTIST WILL LECTURE Technic of Water Color Painting to Be Shown at S. U. I. IOWA CITY--Techiiii: of water color painting will be exhibited during the University of Iowa's graphic. 1 and plastic arts conference next month by Ktiliard Sheets, Pacific coast artist. Sheets will lecture and demonstrate his art at the conference of April 21 and 22 before high school teachers and supervisors as well as numerous pupils. Another visitor will be Uli-icV Middeldorf, head o£ the University o£ Chicago's art department. Such Iowa men as Prof. Grant Wood Dr; E. E. Harper, and Deans Pau! C. Packer, George D. Stoddaid arid George F. Kay also will speak It is expected that the high school art exhibition will contain nearly 700 pieces of work by 50C pupils. This will be shown between April 16 and 27, with work in seven different classes of entry No competition between pupils i involved in the 1939 exhibition this having been eliminated from the affair for the first time. Waldorf Choir Will Entertain Teachers This large mixed choir from Waldort college will be one of the highlights on the convention program for the North Central Iowa. teachers Friday evening at the high school auditorium. Identification reads from left to right: Back run---Nathan Johnson, Truman Suiide, Kcubcn flloiison, Leroy Simoiison, Victor Lothe, Lloyd Gere, Paul Onpendahl, Alviu JS'esheirn, Osborne Graiiseth, Ralph Cliristophorson, Aldcn Bergland, Donald Missal, Eugene Siraoiison, Edmund IliHeson, James Charlson and Orvilie Nordslctten. Third roiv--Laurence Anderson, Lyle Gaugsei, KermH Halliuff, Avis Ucggen, Lorraine Anderson, Harriet Sandvig, Esther Hemmingson, Jean Nelson, Muriel Hougcn, Beulah Thompson, JIaxinc Christiansou, Lillian MadUind, Ellen Helgeson, William Mycrly and Richard Barber. Second row--Audrey Audersen, Esther Simonsoti, Carol a Ma- tlire, Phyllis Hoffman, Kuby Simonson, Ardes Johnson, Ardys Isvik, Dorothy IMae Huselh, Almira Olson, Hildegard JIusclh, Dorothy Larson, Betty West and Opal Sandvig, Front rou---Lorraine Sunde, Jaynice Heilue, Ruth M. Olson, Luis Benson, Avis Bowman, Sara Anderson, Ann Matfsen, Frof, Odviii Hagen, Margaret Skaltcbo, VaLane Pederson, Sylvia Coll- vel, Joyce Xarlaiid, Dorathy Boyd, Ruth G. Olson and jllaric Larson. Other members oC the choir not shown-in the picture are Myrtic Anderson and Klarc McCormick. HOPKINS DRUG STORE 13 North Federal Vlioiic 909 -- Free Delivery fcxtra Vjlui's k»i Doan's so c Barbasol 8 yjjy MC 5c Bull Durham, 5 bags .. 15c 500 Cleansing TISSUES 7 «u«c« tlit Mrs. J. M. Barker Elected President of Club at Manly MANLY--The Tuesday Women's Study club met with Mrs. Harry Gavin on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs, -J. M. Barber was elected president, Mrs. Delia Heiney, vice president, Mrs. C. C. Smith, secretary and Mrs. G. H. Schaeffer, treasurer, at this annual election. Mrs. Harry Gavin is retiring president. The next meeting will be held High School Party Family Reunion Held Is Staged at Joice JOICE -- Students and faculty members gathered at the Joice Independent school Monday evening for an all high school party. After an interesting program presented by Junice Itognes, Phyllis Iverson and Dorothy Otto, refreshments were served by Clarine Aamodt, Mavis Thompson, Muriel Petersburg. Lois Tweed, Lorene Slattum and Ivanell Larson, the hostesses. ENTERTAINS AID WODEN -- Mrs. Henry Kruse at the home of MrsT George Dun-j entertained the Presbyterian aid can, April 4. ·· at her home Tuesday afternoon. UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY B A N Q U E T Hotel Had mar, Mason City FRIDAY, MARCH 24 -- 6 to 7:30 p. m. Meet Dr. V. T. Smith, new president of Upper Iowa university. All former students and friends cordially invited. Price of tickets 65c, including publicity, etc. Phone or write Rob Roy Cerney for reservations. in Eikenbary Home. Officers Are Picked FERTILE -- A family reunion was held on Monday evening at the Eikenbary home when all of Mrs. Kikenbary's brothers and sisters, their wives and husbands and their children came to spend the evening. This was held at this time especially (o organize and it was decided to hoict a reunion each year. Mi's. A. A. Elthon was elected as chairman and Mrs. Eikenbary, secretary and treasurer, for this year. Mrs. Serena Giddings, enroute to her home in Graceville, Minn., from Dallas. Tex-., where she had spent the pust three months with ner daughter. Peggy, stopped here Monday for the reunion. The Rev. Oscar Ouverson of Aurora, 111., who just closed a two \veeks series of revival meetings on Sunday evening at the Fertile Gospel Mission, remained for tile reunion of the family. "Appeal to Sanity" Article Discussed GARNER--The Recital club me Monday with Mrs. Neils Peterson A study from the Atlanti' Monthly. "An Appeal to Sanity' was led by Mrs. Victor V. Schuldl Decorah Couple Back From 6,000 Mile Trip DECORAH--air. and Mrs. L. B. Villi.s are back in Decorah again, after completing a 6,000 mile trip n a trailer, which began last No- ·ember and ended in March. The couple visited Arkansas, Arizona, California, Kansas, Ok- ahoma, Texas, Missouri, Mississippi, New Mexico and Old Mex- co. While in Phoenix, Ariz., they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Water- lury of Decorah, who are spending the winter there. Enroute to decorah they visited Mr. and Mrs. Durwin Hanson of Ames. FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily Lenten Devotional By DR. GAIUS G. ATKINS ALKA lie »* Freezone 49C 7'A in. MIXING BOWLS 4'ic 3fairSC GEM IUur.Uk.lai · 7-PIECE BEVERAGE SET Grovel |eo« Italian Balm 47 C PinCX For C*nO» 54* i.ooDrene 79 Former X Kitla i., l.im, Easter Cantata at Rake Church April 2 R A K E--The Easter cantata, "Christ Triumphant," will be given by the joint choirs of the Bethlehem Lutheran church of Buffalo Center and the Zion Lutheran Church of Rake at the Zion church Palm Sunday, April 2. The choir is under the direction of the Rev. S. O. Sorlien. It is well that men love fame and money. Otherwise, when romance ends they would have nothing left to work for.--Dull ague Telegraph Herald. Style Leaierstip.... "BE STILL AND KNOW" Be still and know that I am God; . . . I will be exalted in the earth. Read Psalm 4G. But how can we hear the still, small voice unless \ve are still ourselves? What ,is stillness before God, but heightened spiritual attention, a listening to what He has to say to us in conscience and insight--and very greatly what He has said to us through experience as we see it in retrospect. Our failure and disillusionment:; should teach us where we have gone wrong. \Ve are still before God when we trace--also in retrospect--the lines of action which have issued in happy permanencies and in the true wealth of life. We are still before God as we consider what love and duty now ask of us. We are still before God when in our perplexities we wait for more light and subdue our clamorous wills arid quiet our heady passions. Something always comes of such quiet, meditative, receptive sessions of ourselves with ourselvi and our God. Our world is lost in haste and violence because it will not stop and think and listen for the still, small voice. Prayer: "Not so- in haste jny heart: Have faith in God and wait; Although He lingers long He never comes too late. The feet that wait lor God Are soonest at the goal-That is not gained by speed: Then hold thee still, my heart. For I shall wait His lead." Amen. ^··nuuiw l^rELCCTfllC Eversharp BREAD f "HSIUTP^SS minwtfr**- ;98c ROLLER SKATES UfeUMUItli*- 79c W.Ufc jaw "«'« M BATHROOM! SCALE" DELICIOUS -- MILK FLAVORED CHOCOLATEl ND ' 2 IBS ZT DINNER GILLETTE Hew Thin RAZOR BLADES Package of 8 Former Mason Cityan Given Professorship at West Texas State Ba-vter Geeting. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Geeting, Santa Ana, Cal., who formerly resided in Mason Cit3', lias received a full professorship at West Texas State college at Canyon, Texas, according to word received here. He received his Ph. D. degree this spring. Dr. Geeting's duties at Texas State include responsibilities as head of the department ot speech. M. E. 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Much interest was shown by the men present and the meeting lierc Monday night is one of a series to be held over the county. COLGATE DENTAL CREAM 33 C ROUGE and LIPSTICK Ciaen with purchait of $1.00 ? ' t Air-Spun Face Powder j Tube JO WORLD'S Officers of White Shrine of Jerusalem Elected at Meeting . EAGLE GROVE--At the March meeting of the order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, the following officers were elected to serve during the coming year: Mrs. Lucille Johnson, worthy high priestejs: i Dr. Kiner Johnson, watchman of | shepherds: Lillian Saverude. noble | prophetess: S y l v i a McVicker, worthy chaplain: Joseph Duit- schcr. associate W. O. S.: Frances Wright, worthy scribe: Verna Dearth, worthy treasurer; Grada Peterson, worthy guide. Following the election, luncheon was sex-ved by Zoe Barkman. the retiring \V. H. P.. and 5he was the recipient of a present by Mrs., Johnson, in behalf of officers and j committees. ! 100 'PAPER N TOWELS Evening in Paris £. Pvrxv «tfr ? 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