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April 20, 1936

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

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E ' 1GHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 20 ^1936 -WOMAN'S CLUB DRAMA DEPARTMENT PREPARES FOR PLAY Noel Coward P r o d u c t i o n to Be Seen Reservations to Be Made Wednesday and Thursday for Comedy. Reservations for the Woman's club play, "Hay Fever," to be staged Thursday evening in the high school auditorium will be ta' ken Wednesday and Thursday at Currie Van Ness, beginning at S o'clock each morning. Woman's club members are admitted by their membership cards and a small fee for a reserved seat. Regular admittance prices are charged from non-members. Mrs. Douglas Swale is directing the production and the cast includes Mrs. Louis Wolf, Miss Ramona Liesveld. Miss Irene Holman, Miss Mary' Sherman, Mrs. Ben Birenbaum, Dr. H, K. Jones, Eddie Jones, Francis DeSart and Don Adams. Mrs. Swale has been active in dramatic affairs in Mason City, having directed the Woman's club play, "The Youngest." She has appeared in various productions including "Dulcy," "The Butter and 'Egg Man," Pink and Patches," and "Ten Minutes by the Clock." Mrs. Wolf who has the leading role of Judith Bliss, an actress, has appeared in a number of plays here and has acted in a directorial capacity as well. Mrs. Wolf directed "Pink and Patches," the one act play which received first place in the Iowa drama contest four years ago and last year was seen in the Shakespearian production "The Taming of the Shrew." Others in the cast are equally ·well known to Mason City audiences, with the exception of Mrs. Birenbaum who is a newcomer here. .·« THOMAS CHRISTIAN HONORED AX PARTY Mrs. Thomas Christian, 1702 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, entertained a company of friends at her home, to surprise her husband on his birthday Saturday night. Whist and checkers were played and a picnic dinner was served. A gift shower was held for the honoree. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peterson and daughter of Albert Lea, Mrs. Henry Meyer of Leland, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barnd of Forest City. Miss Pearl Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Herman and son, Don, Mrs. Arne Holvik. Mrs. H. DeGraff, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Poshusta and daughter, Cathrine, were guests. Arthur Preston of Albert Lea announced that the Albert Lea-Austin club will hold its regular meeting at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Chris Anderson in Austin on Saturday night of April 25; that the club invites the members of Mascia club of Mason City to visit Auustin. Rock Crystal Glass New stemware console sets -- bridge prizes, candlesticks -- all the new popular priced items in glassware. WATCHES 3 WEST STATE WIFE PRESERVERS |]Letter Tells of Damages From Floods Sister of Sam Richer Writes of Visit Paid to Massachusetts. To prolong the life of your umbrella, make it a habit to put a drop or two of oil into the top. where the ribs join, about once a month. The oil prevents the ends of the ribs from rusting and so enables the umbrella to last longer. Miss Ruth Swingen to Present Pupils in Musical Program Miss Ruth Swingen will present a group of her piano pupils in recital Wednesday evening at 7:15 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Nate Lapiner, 125 Crescent drive. Players will be Peggy Heneman, Idella Nicholas, Jean DeVoe, Helen and Mary Belberoff. Jane Satter, Bonnie Lou Wanamaker. Betty Crabb, Sarane Robinson. Dorothy Evans, Ray Clough, Jr., Jane Town- san, Ida Learner, Estelle and Bonnie Lapiner, Vera Jean Riner. Marcia Ashland, Johann Stephenson. Ralph Senensky, Margaret Oilman, Rita Decker, Cynthia Weston, Mary Lewis, Dixie Hunt, Anne and Mary Jean Casey, Helen Wilts, Adelaide Anderson and Dorothy Peder- Eon. ... MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to Theodore R. Pattschull, 53 and Mattie U. Bloomingdale, 47 both of Mason City; Wendel Rogei Lundholm, 21, and Rose Marie Pawl 18, both of Minneapolis; Donald Gibbs, 27, and Virginia Mullaney 22, both of Mason City; W. F. Ken drick, 27, Albert Lea, and Martha Groskreutz, 28, New Richland Minn., George L. Steinmetz, 22, Chi cago, and Grayce L. Dixso-n, 25 Plymouth; Charles J. Skarda, 34 and Lorraine R. Boerboon, 17. both of St. Paul. MASCIA CLUB MEETS AT ST. JOHN'S HALL Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Herman en. tertained the Mascia club members after its regular meeting Sunday afternoon at St. John's parish hall. They -played guessing games at which Wade Moore and Walter Poshusta won prizes and assessed pennies from ie members, according to the side they chose, for the benefit of :he club. A 6 o'clock dinner closed '.tie afternoon. The out-of-town _uests were J. Hoi ton and Mr. and krs. Glen Jackson and children of :harles City: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bamd and son, Harry, Forest City; Miss Anna Stieb of Manly; Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Lee and children and Floyd Skalicky of Kensett, and Mrs. Henry Meyer of Leland. ENGLEHART- ANDERS ON CRESCO--Miss Grace K. Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- :hur Anderson of Cresco, was married at Duluth, Minn., April 19, to Frank Englehart, son of Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Englehart of Duluth, formerly of the Immanuel Lutheran church of Cresco. They will make :heir home in Duluth. BECOMING SCARF NECK GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY Descriptions of the damage caused by the recent floods in the east | were included in a letter received j by Sam Richer, 321 Third street! northwest, from his sister, Mrs. Sam Bayer, who lives in New York and recently paid a visit to Haver- tul], Mass., and the surrounding district. Mrs. Bayer writes,." Today I was on River street and saw all the wreckage that the water left. They are still working day and night removing ihe mud that is piled up on the streets. All the houses except a few are condemned and you look into the rooms and see the furniture turned white from the water. Trees Like Scarecrows "All along the river banks, the trees look like scarecrows and the banks are white. It looks like snow. At Bradley's Brook, a cemetery was washed up and coffins were carried down the river. Some split | open and dead bodies floated off. | "At Manchester. N. H., all the animals from the zoo were washed down the Merrimac. The electric wires are all down and the fire alarm signal is out of commission. The Essex street fire station was completely submerged. There was no light, heat or power for two weeks and people used candles to light the rooms. "Every car that drove into Haverhill was stopped by the National Guards and $.50 was asked from each driver to help the flood sufferers. Two hundred thousand stickers were sold this way. After. 9 o'clock there was martial law and ; no one was allowed on the streets; , Expensive Candles. ; "Candles were sold for 50 cents [ apiece and if you wanted a stamp, you had to cross the county bridge to Bradford, Mass.. to get it. The Groveland is still closed to traffic, only pedestrians allowed. The Colonial theater which was 15 feet in water is still being repaired. "The highest point was 35 feet. Haverhill was isolated. The Little River overflowed on the left and the Merrimac on the right. The sta'.ae of General Lafayette in Lafayette square sank four feet. There is much more but it is too much to tell. It will take at least a year to get things back to normal." Father-Son Banquet Will Be Wednesday at L 0. 0. F. Hall Mason City lodge No. 224, I. 0. O. F., will sponsor a father and son banquet Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock in the diningroom of the 1. O. O. F. building before the open program at 8 o'clock in ''"'i lodge room. The program wi' 'lude a demonstration by the i Scouts under the direction of --arles A. Knouse scout master; numbers by children from the I. 0. O. F. home and an address by the Rev. Clarence B.' Flynn, D. D., pastor of the First M. B. church. Attractive Frock Has Raglan Shoulders, Skarf Neck"line Tied in Front and Gored Skirt; Easy to Make. The charming- dress patterned for today, is ideal for town or country. It is a flattering model for youthful figures, and has a slenderizing effect for the heavier type. The cape-like sleeves, besides being so modish, are easily handled by even an amateur sewer. The skirt cut with gores, will give you elegant height. Plaits give width for easy walking. It is enchantingly lovely in violet linen or tub silk. Sheer cotton prints, shantung, challis prints, etc.. are other nice mediums for your choice. Style No. 2742 is designed for sizes 16. 18 years, 36. 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46 inches bust. Size 36 requires 3.!, yards of 39-inch material. '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 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. St. Joseph's Senior Class Gives Drama Effective Setting Adds Much to Production, "The Closed Door." "The Closed Door," St. Joseph senior class play, drew a large number- to the school auditorium Sunday evening. The drama was entertaining and members of the cast uniformly good in playing their parts. A new setting, designed especially for the play, added much to the effectiveness of the production. Green walls paneled with white, a stair case, and built-in doors and win- doks, replaced the gray draperies formerly used in all the school entertainments. Conspicuous in the scene was the closed door that separated inimical families. The double hero and heroine roles in the drama were played by Davida Mariclc, Phyllis Cain. Anthony Sics. seger and Robert Poshusln. Genevieve Bernemann. Winifred Meade and Lowell Peterson acted as Unk- ing characters for the main players. Hubert Reardon as a Jew. Virginia Kelley as an inveterate borrower and Mary Agnes Connor as one "beautiful but dumb" afforded comic relief to the near-tragic plot. In the role of Doctor Winslow, the elerly man whose enmity for the heroines kept the door closed, was Marcus Ryan. Assisting the players in the evening's entertainment, the high school orchestra played "Military Escort," "Activity March," "Indian Boy" and "Beautiful Lady in Blue." Ushers, chosen from the senior class, we're Junior Hubbard, Lawrence Majewski. Elmer Edel and Donald Gasaway. Felix Waychus was in charge of the stage properties and lights and back-stage effects. 'Programs for the evening which bore a design suggestive of a closed door, were in charge of Dixie Ward and Doris Paulsen. Comedy to Be Staged April 2 7 by Ladies Aid "Johnny Grows Up," a comedy sponsored by the Holy Family Ladies aid will be presented in the Mason City high school auditorium April 27 at 8:15 o'clock. The cast Includes Mrs. Victor Glass, Bob Cahalan, Mrs. Tim Phalen, Ralph Buchanan, E. J. McCann, Dennis Cross, Dorothea Hebel, Margaret Fritz, Mrs. Harry Neu and Louis Garfin. The play is directed by Miss Bea Lynch and members of the Ladica Aid are assisting in arranging the details of the production. An advance ticket sale is being carried on by the Ladies Aid. BRANDEL-FREUND OSAGE--A marriage license has been issued here to Leonard Brandel, 25, Dubuque, and Catherine Freund, 21, Meyer. Mrs. Duncan Elected Chairman of Parley at Meeting at Y. M. Mrs. Emma Duncan was re-elected chairman of the American Legion Auxiliary's past presidents' parley and Mrs. F. J. Riley, secretary-, treasurer, at a meeting Saturday at the Y; M. C. A. The group voted to take charge of the gold star moth- c-rs yearly recognition. Mrs. Albert Hass was appointed chairman and Mrs. Claude · A. Thomas. Auxiliary unit president, will assist her. SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY SUnva \vays -6:30 o'clock, church, Marian Hancs, Helen Fischbeck. Don Poppin, Oral Butler, committee. Roosevelt-Jackson (!. S. C. -7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. Walter Needham, lesson. Presbyterian Evening circle -7:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. B. Rae, 101 Linden drive. If. \\. C. A. board -7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Baptist Gildner division -7:30 o'clock, Miss Agnes Compton, S Second street southeast, Mrs. A. J. Irvin, Grace Parker, hostesses. | McKinley C. S. C-7:30 o'clock, school, visitation night. White Shrine-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, open installation at 8 o'clock with Mrs. A. R. Lenz, installing officer, refreshments with Mrs. C. L. Meade in charge. High School P. T. A.-8 o'clock, high school auditorium. Cosmopolitan club-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Meander club-8 o'clock, Mrs. Willis White, 302 Fourteenth street northwest. TUESDAY ,,. ,,.,,...... . Reservations and tickets may be i W. M. T. club-' Clio club 6:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. A. Moore, 671 East State street, spread. E. T. W. club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Martha Ferman, 28 Thirteenth street- northeast. VVa-Tari-re club-12 o'clock. Hotel Hanford. Matinee Musicale-2 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, guest day. BITS ABOUT 'EM procured from the committee which includes Roy A. Washburn, phone 353, Jacob Ravenstad Girton. and George 9 YOUR FURS will be Safe in Marshall Swift's You can receive freezing cold storage for your fur coats. Your coats will stay soft, supple, and sparkling alive. So, protect your fur investment against thieves, heat, moths. Put your mind at rest. Phone our service NOW--788. Expert' Cleaning Repairing Remodeling Dependable Service 2 o'clock. Mrs. Lulu Richardson. Olivet Home Guards-4 o'clock, Virginia Manning, 111 Mrs. George Powell, 322 Beaumont drive, was called to Oskaloosa Saturday by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Oakley Little. Mrs. Little has often visited here. » * * Don Barton is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Jugle of Chicago for their son, born April 17. Miss Jugle was Mary Barton, daughter of Mrs. Louise Barton of Mason City, before her marriage. The baby will accompany his parents to Mason City for a visit this summer. Sixteenth street southeast. T '6 J 30 T o'clock" Y W C A Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McConnell, T , , 4 n H u b - formerly of Mason City, have re- fi-'O o'clock Mrs I R Weaver turned to their home in Mitchell. S. 62*9 Ninto streetnortheaS Mrs! Dak. Mr, McConnell had been vis- Jerome ' Chute. Miss Agnes Gas-1 *ng fnends here J^*TMTM?* saway, hostesses. Century club-6:30 o'clock, Congregational church, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Starr Parker, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hudson. Wilson C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, lesson, Mrs. H. B. Major, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, Mrs. Marvin Wiegman. Mr. McConnell joined her here to accompany her home. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Girton, 644 East State street, spent the weekend in Des Moines where they visited Murray Goodman, formerly of Mason City. * * * Fritz Gates and Jack Comfort of | Waterloo visited friends in Mason City over the week-end. THREE FREE LECTURES STARTING MONDAY NIGHT For Women Only Vivi Ann Wynter -- PRESENTS -"How to Build a Perfect Body, Beauty and Personality"-Monday. "How Your Glands Make or Break You"--Tuesday. "Why Few Women Gain Happiness and Success"--Wednesday. ATTENTION: A special lecture, "What Every Woman Should Know," will be given in the North Room WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON at 2:30. Admission Free. 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