The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 9
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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.MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 flB 1937 I E T Y Mrs. Scott Is Speaker at Madison ^Delegates Are Elected for District Meeting o f P . T . A. Madison P. T. A. met Wednesday afternoon at the school for a program which included a talk by Mrs. A. O. Scott on "Growing Up from Five to 15." Mrs. Carl Donovan presided during the business session and Mrs. Olaf Ulen and Mrs. Arnold Tilton were elected delegates to the district P. T. A. meeting with Mrs. Charles Swanson as alternate. Mrs. Joseph Bucklancl, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Scott who said that the period from 5 to 15 years is the one in which good habits are formed and bad · ones weeded out. Habit training is one of (he two aims of leduoation and an attempt should be made to control environment. "The teaching of thrift is important," Mrs. Scott said. "Our prison;, are full of men who were desirous of easy money. We must teach our children a sense of real value. This means learning to live within an income and the ability to evaluate. Success is the result of years of planning-, and hard work, but what we do for the child, we do for the world." Miss "Miriam Marston led assembly singing, accompanied by Miss Martha Sours and Mrs. Charles Siedel'gave a monolog. Mrs. Vernon Shinn gave a vocal number, accompanied by Miss Sours. Hostesses were Mrs. Clifford Lowe. Mrs. Peter Erickson, Mrs. Cecil Stepleton, Mrs. Frank Welsh, Mrs. Alice Campbell, Mrs. Walter Billings, Mrs, C. E. Luse, Mrs. Earl Retiinghouse, Mrs. E. J;' Taylor, Mrs. Shinn, Mrs. H e r b e r t Schwanke and Mrs. Oscar Overbeck. --o-From DCS iWoincs. BRITT--Mrs. Lee Julander of DCS Moines is visiting with Miss Waldron. JOHN AKiUENTROUT j HONORED AT PARTY Friends of John Armentrout honored him on his eighteenth birthday with a surprise party al his home, 405% North Federal avenue. Monopoly was the diversion of the evening and refreshments were served. St. Patrick's decorations were used and a gifl was presented to the honoree. Guests were Ru!h Pauley, Ruth Jones, Muriel Griffen, Be'tty Stevens, Don Smith, Art Fischbeck and Henry Dillman. --o-ONE THIRTY CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING x Members of the One Thirty club met with Mrs. James O. Huff, 828 Sixth street southwest, Wednesday afternoon'. Five hundred was played with high score prize going to Mrs. Joe Prazak and low to Mrs. Willis Buirge. Other guesls were Mrs. Burl Clausen, Mrs. FJoyd Huff, Mrs. Robert Shorter, Mrs. James Huff, Jr., Mrs. Esther Meeker and Mi's. Clarence LaVelle. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Prazak will be hostess al the next inceting. Unusual Jaunty Swagger or Man-Tailored SUITS Marvelous swagger suits in durable Spring ·fabrics . . , stunning types with detachable ·fur collars . . . clever mannishly tailored : 'models with wide lapels . . . suits in striking contrasts . . . many -featuring the new interesting back treatments! TOMORROW! Distinctively Furred or Untrimmed U ¥ HT 1 O I T S Individual 3-piece suits in flattering silhouettes and captivating shades--smart 2-piece models with gorgeous fur trimmings . . . others in smart tailored styles . . . each flawlessly made from materials of outstanding quality! Stunning Topper and Ballerina : Jaunty bright jiggers '. . . smart full-length .swaggers . . . distinctive fitted ballerina coats . . . all expertly tailored from smart teacher Shag or fleece fabrics -- many with clever stitching at shoulders! Designed With Spring Gaiety! Glorious colorful prints in exquisite patterns . . . magnificent applique designs . . . gorgeous new laces . . . stunning embroidered taffetas . . .exquisite dresses in thistie, beige, navy--flattering' re'dingote and bolero fashions! ' 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE NINE C. E. Oilman Gives Talk at McKinley Children Present Program at Meeting Held by P. T. A. McKinley P. T. A. met at the school Wednesday afternoon for a program given by the school children and a talk by C. E. Gilman. Miss Bessie Tucker's first graders opened the program with four songs and Mary Demos, Harvey Groh, George Alt and Joe Torres, pupils of Miss Selma Schumann, gave a puppet play, "The Three Bears." The third grade, directed by Miss Alma Ogeson, presented two folk dances, "Bleking," and "The Cross Dance." Mrs. W. B. McClellan's musical pupils pei-rormed, a beginning rhythm group playing "Twinkle, Twinkle," "Amaryllis" and "When 1 Grow Too Old to Dream." Verna Groh played a piano solo, "Dream Boat," Merna DeWitt, "Fairyland Music," and Louise Reynolds, marimba solos, "Marge Ellen" and "The Flight of the Bumble Bee." ." Charles Corn well, representing the Cerro Gordo Safety Council, spoke on safety. Mr, Gilman, whose topic was 'Stepping Out as a Family," said that husbands and wives must look for activities they can carry on together. "The chief job of a home is building personality," he said. "Top often parental authority is selfish. In schools, the teacher and child should be companionate learners." Mr. Gilman gave examples of old time procedure in schools and Miss Marie Kober, principal of McKinles-, invited him to visit McKinley school and see the new methods-of education. "The child who does not like school today Is the exception," she said. Mrs. M. J. Caponi presided during the business session and Mrs. P. R. Donaldson read the president's message. Announcement was made o£ the Child Study circle meeting March 17, the Drama club meeting, March 11, the carnival, April 2, and the district convention, March 10. MIDLAND COURT METS AT HALL Following the meeting o£ Mid- !and'Court of the Independent Order of Foresters Wednesday in Yloose hall, bunco was played with prizes going to Mrs. Mayme Shepard, Mrs. Clarence Williams, S. A. Bemis and Willis Bemiss. Lunch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mott. SURPRISE PARTY ON 'ANNIVERSARY Mr. and ; Mrs. Foster Elliott were honored at a surprise party given by 30 members-,of. the E. T. W. Hundreds of Beautiful NEW SMART JUST RECEIVED Hat Carefully- Selected From this complete selection, you cannot help but find tlic HAT that you arc looking for. A I/AKGE SELECTION AT Others at $1.00 up to S5.GO Flowered and Tailored Trims "SOMBREROS -SAILOKS #BUiMPER BllLUS *BIIETONS *T«RBANS *OFF-THE-FACE-STYLES In all glamorous Spring shades, including Gray, N a v y , Carnelian Jl e d, Thistle, Beige, Brown, Black, Arcady, Blue, Harness. Small, medium and large Hcarf-stors SOUTH FEDERAL Contrasting Coat and Skirt \ This is the suit a wise young woman chooses to wear now un- Notice the slightly squared shoulders, the rounded revers and the contrasting belt. Given a number of blouses of different materials and styles, suitable for many occasions, and she always appears well dressed. club · Wednesday eveiiJng on the occasion of their twenty-ninth wedding anniversary. A gift was presented to them and a mock wedding staged by L. S. Atkinson, Willis White, Mrs. P. R. Donaldson and Mrs. M. Ferman. Music was provided by Lois and Donna Carson. Fun Night Held at - Y.M.C.A.; 200 Attend ' More than, 200 boys and girls of the high school enjoyed the monthly Fun Night sponsored by the Hi- Y and H:-Tri at the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday evening. A number used the privileges of the swimming pool and game room. Jimmy Fleming's band furnished the music for those who took part in the social dancing in the banquet room. It was announced by the Hi-Y president that there, would be no regular meeting next week because of the teachers' conven- lion. Social Calendar THURSDAY' R. N. A.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Girl Scout Council-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. tlve-Y-ers-- 8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Harding P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, father's night. Garficld P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, C. E. Gilman, speaker. High School P. T. A.-8 o'clock, Music hall, panel discussion. FRIDAY Lucky Llndy club--· Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith. Century club-- ' 0:30 o'clock, C o n g r e g a t i o n a l church. Mr. and Mrs. Eel Sipple, Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Mcadc, Mr. :ind Mrs. Lorcn Beck and Mr. and Mrs. !·*. L. Hudson. Triple T Brieluc club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. F. V. Woltcrs, hostess. Mary and Martha circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Limning, 1810 Hampshire avenue southeast- Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, hostess, division 3, program, divisions 1 and 2. Baptist division 8-Mrs. Barney Boyd, 204 Sixth street southwest. Harmony Guild-Congregation;)! clnircli, Mrs. Roc Thompson, Mrs. R. B. Irons, Mrs. E. C. Larson, Mrs. E. M, Berroth. City Progressive club-Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bloomfield, cast of town. Good Cheer lodge -7:30 o'clock, V. F, W. halL Banff liters of Veterans--· TA5 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. L. A. r. nr-- I. O. O. F. hall. Boston Lawyers. In a bunch of 41!) Boston lawyers, 3511. none of whom are more thai 3(i years old, have expressed opposition to the enlargement of the United Slates supreme court. The surprising thing about this is not that these lawyers take this stand but that there are so many youthful lawyers in Boston.--Biddeford Journal. Meets at Klsse Home. ST. ANSGAH--The Study club held a meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. H. F. Risse. Leaves for Harvard. THOMPSON--Mrs. W. N. Nolten left Wednesday for Harward, Ncbr. She was called there by the serious illness of her father. McKinley P. T. A. Drama Club to Present Play The McKinley P. T. A. drama club will give a one act play, "While .the Toast Burns." under, the direction of Frank Collins, at the meeting ol the McKinley Community Center at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening. The ca^t o£ the play includes Mrs. P. R. 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