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

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 24, 1931
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U1M MARCH 24 1931 i "TWENTY-FOUR HOURS" TO BE REVIEWED AT MEETING We can show you the Victor Micro · Synchronous Radio R-34 (five-circuit, icreen-grid) o n l y Mrs. Marty Will Report on Mystery ,ouis Bromfield Novel to Be 'Subject at Last Meeting'.; '' ' · ' " · " O Mrs. George Marty will review Twenty-Four =» flours" by Louis Bromfield, at the meeting of the ook review department of ths Woman's club Wednesday noon at lie y. W. C. A. This will be the last meeting, of the group for the-sea-' on. "Twenty-Four Hours" was first lublished in magazine serial form under the name of "Shattered ·lass." It is one of the new mys- ery novels with the interest in haracter as well as action and its ctting is in modern New York. "Mr. Bromfield, a young American novelist, has been spending rmacb or his time in Europe until a recent ojourn In Hollywood. His earlier works include "The Green Bay Tree," "Possession," "Early Au- umn," which won the 1926 Pulitzer award; "A Good Woman,". "The :ase of Miss Annie 'Spragg" and Awake and Rehearse." GABASHEWIN GIRLS MEET AT SCHOOL Members of the Gabashewin Camp rire group met Monday evening at :he Harding school when plans were made for a hike. A play which is to e presented by the group soon was cast. Mrs.^Harold Jennings gave a l on "The Behavior of Camp Fire Girls." The program which followed was in charge ot Marjorio Dunbar, Lucile Neal, Colleen Mulhern, Henrietta Faltus, June Dunbar and Dorothy Simpkins. ART THOMPSON IS HONORED AT PARTY A' birthday p'arty was given Mon- 'day afternoon at the Letts Spencer Smith company in honor, of Art Thompson. The guests included members of the Rite Way commit-' tee and~a number of the employes: A birthday cake which had been made by Mrs. Shad Morgan was served. ELKS BRIDGE PARTY HELD AT CLXJBROOMS Mrs. C. C. Carriek and Tom Wells won high score prizes at the bridge party held Monday evening at the Elks Bridge club. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Blackmore and Mr. and Mrs. George Hafrer were hosts. The last of the. series'in the tournament will be played on Easter Monday. BELSETH-FISHER The marriage of Irving Belseth. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Belseth, 104 Fifth street northeast, and Doris Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fisher, 133(!% Carolina avenue northeast, was performed by the Rev. William Galbreth at the parsonage, 330 .Twentieth street southeast. Mr. and Mrs. William Rakow attended them. MR. AND MRS. STEPHENS ENTERTAIN AT PARTY ' Mr. and Mrs. Pbilo Stephens, 10G. Thirteenth street northeast, entertained 40 relatives at their home in honor of Louis Michalek and Fred Jirsa of Tukawana, S. Dak., who are visiting here. , Complete vy^uX(ik.:.,v Radiotrons This year will see many bargains, bu this can't ba beati Not an "orphan" se dn mped on the irlarfcet... here's yictor' ' veiy finestinstratnent--5 super-selective tnned circuits;instant, fall-vision tuning^ real tone control, in exquisite period cabinet. Only RCA Vfctoi facilities could do it at within $50 of this price. The tremendous demand proves what a value this is. your chance to save emphatically. The easiest terms in town. Act now. .WE INVITE YOU to attend the MUSICAL PROGRAM Every Day at the GLOBE-GAZETTE beginning' at 1 p. m. -- Be There Early -Miss Betty ' Sennefi at the new CABLE MIDGET PIANO will entertain you with several selections. -- Also -Fine Program of VICTOR RECORDS -. played on the new VICTOR ELECTROLA by . Mrs. J. D. Vance CCL If it's a daytime occasion and you don't know what to wear-Be Nonchalant-* ' 3 Put on a 1 Knitted Suit HOME OF KOTHMOOR COATS of the 7[eu) FROCKS Fashion details you'll admire, in a wide selection of materials.' Chiffons . . . plain colors and pastel shades. Attractive prints. Just the thing for the Easter ensemble. Our millinery section is now offering a special group of new arrivals . . . clever styles and colors . . . , priced from $2.95, up. PLAYED FOR ITALIAN DISABLED Once Local Teacher in aO.D.Joke Of interest here is an Hem pub- .ished in the Literary Digest concerning Mrs. Bufo'rd B. Hiles of Chicago who was Miss Ethel Dierick- 'son. As Miss Dierickson she taught in the Mason City schools for five years resigning last spring to be married. The story reads: "The -man who first said: 'It's the woman who pays,' didn't know Mrs. Buford E. Hiles of Chicago. Mrs. Hiles nearly wore herself out the other night not paying- for the nice things that came to her home--C. O. D.--during her husband's absence from the city on a business trip. "First a messenger stood at the door with a bunch of roses in his hands. 'It's $6 collect,' said he. "'Collect?' questioned the puzzled Mrs. Hiles. 'My husband would never send me roses collect. Take them away.' " _ As soon as he .left another boy came with more roses and on his dismissal a third. Then arrived in quick succession shoes and a chair, all C. O. D. and all refused by Mrs. Hiles. Then Mr. Hiles came home and explained. Some one had stolen his expense account check and tried to cash it;at various places by making purchases, was refused, and made a graceful escape each time by saying: ."Oh, well--just send this stuff C. O. D." Mr. Hiles is the nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Erward Sweetser of Mason City and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hiles of Estherville. Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Invited. 1 By SIRS. E. E. HUNTER How many times in saying the Lord's Prayer have you stumbled over the word trespass? We clined to pronounce the noun and verb differently. The pronunciation is the same for both. The accent falls on the first syllable and the A is like the A in ask. ELBEUT-HAGGERTY A marriage license has been issued by the local clerk of court to Samuel Wiles Blbert of Minneapolis and Eulalia Modene Haggerty of Des Moines. DRAMA SHOP PLAYERS I PLAN SPUING WORK At the meeting of the Drama Shop Players Monday evening in the Drama shop plans were made for the spring work and a short two act comedy was read and discussed. Next week a dramatic play Will ba reviewed and both a comedy and a drama will be chosen to be used with Millay's Aria Da Capo to complete a group o£ three one act plays. After the meeting the Players and a few guests went to the Y. M. C. A. for a swimming party and games. Puts New Life Into Dull. Tired. Faded Skin Just a little Calonite powder sprinkleo. 1 on a wet cloth and rubbed gently over the face before retiring will .clear the pores of all dirt and dust and oily accumulation, preventing blackheads. It puts new life into^ dull, tired skin, so you will enjoy a good night's rest. Smartsr Styles, Better CJmilify For Less Money Since 1«20 ^V* * ** COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERV P U R C H A S E DE M ' known to the concert world as Anna Joy Peshakova, is a visitor these days in Mason City and Manly. She is the daughter of Miss Lillie Peshak and is remembered as one of the "Peshak sisters" who even in their beginning days used to thrill music lovers. Mrs. Mark Hansen, wife of the Manly drug store proprietor, and Mrs. Floyd Fraser of Mason City, who with her husband conducts a music studio, are sisters of Mrs. de Vermond. While she is visiting for a few weeks with her relatives hereabouts, her .husband, a basso operatic singer, is on a concert .^ They recently returned to ANNA JOY PESHAKOVA VERMOND, study ; m '.'i-Italy* : ToereV they" :ap- ;. peared in many recitals". Of Mrs. de Vermond, II Giornale di Genoa said: "On the stage is the beautiful figure of the American artist, Anna Joy. Peshakova. The strings of her 'cello, touched by magic hands, speak. The public is in ecstasy. The sweet and perfect sounds fascinate one." The Secola, newspaper in Savona, said: "A true queen" of the 'cello is Anna Joy Peshakova. Her numbers were much applauded by the vast audience." One- of Mrs. de Vermbnd's choice possessions is a silver medal bearing the figure o£ a woman carrying a torch. It was presented to her on the occasion of a concert for the benefit of disabled soldiers at Genoa. She had given her services. Mrs. de Vermond is of Bohemian extraction. She studied first in America with Day Williams, , after, : which r she appeared for; a Uui«'scrlvCOMerji; : xatage',{ : .m. : 5fauder::, i.Villeand over:-the.-radio. She"nas also done much orchestral arid trio work. .In Italy three and a half years ago she began her study with Mario Gallini of Teatro la Scala, a favorite pupil of the renowned Margrini. Wife Preservers FOR EASTER New COATS More Fashion More Quality More Value Than Ever Before BITS ABOUT'EM Mrs. W. B. Long, 232 Fifth street northwest, returned Monday from Des Moines where she and Dr. Long have been living during- his term as district representative. Mrs. Long was accompanied home by her sen, Draper, a student from Rush medical college, Chicago, who will spend a week's vacation in Mason City. . * * * Mrs. Clara Lake, 131 Crescent drive, has left for Chicago. She will spend a week in Chicago and Grand Rapids, Mich. * * * ;. · Mrs. George Hamann and daughter, Betty, Dubuque, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Berdine Penney, 111 Third street northeast. t * * Leo and Louis Powers, Mrs. Berdine Penney and son, Bernard, 111 Third street northeast, and Mrs. George Hamann of Dubuque, have returned from Austin, Minn:, where they visited with friends for several days. * * * Mrs. George Heimendingcr, 310 Taylor avenue southwest, left Monday for Rochester, Minn., with her mother, Mrs. J. J. Weiland of Britt, who will go thru the clinic. * * * Miss Ruth Nalan, 1306 Jefferson avenue northwest, is spending her spring vacation in Hampton visiting relatives and friends. * * * Mrs. Earl J. Jefforda of Minneapolis is a guest of her cousin. Miss Mabel Sherwood, Hotel Hanford. * * * Gle'nn Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott, 203 Sixth street southeast, Is spending his vacation in Stilson with his grandparents, Mr. and Mra. J. T. Scott. * ·* * Leslie Franz returned Tuesday to Chicago after spending several days with friends in Mason City. Mr. Franz is a former resident of Mason City. * * * Miss Helen Scott, 'l9',i West State street, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Brickey of Stilson. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Chester Williams of Stilson have been visiting with the Earl Scott family, 203 Sixth street southeast. « * * Miss Shirley Jean Plagge, 705 Carolina avenue southeast, has returned from Latimer where she was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Earl Lage. * · . « Mrs. Charles Kaufmann and chil drcn, Jack and Charles, are visiting in Austin with Mrs. Kaufmann's parents, Mr^ and Mrs. F. E. Gleason. * * * Miss Mary Loring, 720 Carolina avenue northeast, returned to Ames Tuesday where she is a student at Iowa State college. Miss Lorihg- has been spending her spring vacation in Mason City. * * * Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Elder, 732 Pennsylvania avenue, and H. E. Stanberry of Ft. Dodge, nrs expected home this week from Cal- 'ifornia where they have been spending the winter. * * * , Mr. and Mrs. C. Z. Smith, 210 Rhode Island avenue southeast, left Monday for Minneapolis where they will look for a new home, as they "are planning to move from Mason City April. 1. Mr. Smith who has been connected with the Standard Oil company will enter the University of Minnesota where he will work on his masters degree. * * * R. E. Nyquist, 319 Maryland avenue southeast, has left for Moline, 111., where he will join Mrs. Nyquist who was called there last week because of the serious illness of her sister. * * * Miss Jean Mickey, daughter of Mr. and Mra. W. R. Mickey, 504 Jefferson avenue northwest, has arrived home from Minneapolis and will be in Mason City until Sunday. Miss Mickey is a piano teacher at the University of Minnesota. * + * Mrs. Anna B. Oilman of BeloitJ Wis., is 1 visiting at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs..C. E. Gilman, 120 Ninth street northeast. Mr. and Mrs. Gilman and daughter, Margaret, who have all been. ill with the flu for the last few weeks, are reported to be recovering! HER PILES HEALED AFTER 20 YEARS Mrs. U. E. 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The Wash Frocks Worn at the GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL were selected from our stock by Mrs. Ruth Campbell A style show of morning and afternoon wash frocks will be displayed each afternoon-Starting Tuesday by the young lady attendants. Mrs. Ruth Campbell Selects Lyons Cleaners FOR HER CLEANING DISCUSSION AT THE GLOBE-GAZETTE School Where you will hear an expert home economist' discuss the principles of cleaning and dyeing, in a manner of great interest to every homemaker. LYONS CLEANERS "Producing Quality Thu,t Commands Respect"

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