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April 28, 1934

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE' APRIL 28 1934 MAY MORNING BREAKFASTS SCHEDULED BY CLUBWOMEN Meetings Go Social When Season Ends Mason City Country Club House to Be Opened Early in May. May morning breakfasts are in the plans of many organizations for the week and among the groups which have scheduled such affairs are the D. A. R., the Wa-Tan-Ye club, H. E. 0. club and the Presbyterian Women's union. The earliest breakfast will be the Presbyterian party which will begin at 6:30 o'clock at the church. Serving will continue until 10 o'clock. ' Wa-Tan-Ye club will have its breakfast at the Hotel Hanford and H. E. O. club will have its breakfast at the home of Mrs. W. A. Cagle, 12 Sixteenth street southeast, D. A. R. Breakfast. The D. A. R. breakfast will not be on May day, but on Saturday, May 6, at 10 o'clock at the Eadmar hotel. Arrangements are in charge of a committee including Mrs. F. G. Carleon, Mrs. C. S. Wilson, Mrs. Paul Loomis, Mrs. Frank Currie; Mrs. A. L. Rule and Mrs. James E. Blythe. Mrs. Volney Hansen is arranging the program and there will be election of officers. Preparations are being made at the Mason City Country club for the season and with the course ready for play beginning Sunday, it is probable that the clubhouse will be opened officially within the next 10 days. Husbands Invited. Social meetings have been arranged by most of the study clubs for their remaining gatherings this Beason. Twentieth Century club members Und their husbands will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Rtile, 11 Rock Glenn, Monday evening, when Mr. Rule will show motion pictures of Guatamala which he took on his recent trip there. . Maria Mitchell club will meet for luncheon Monday afternoon at the Colonial and Mrs. C. H. McNider Will give the lesson. Matinee Musicale will have its last meeting Tuesday at the farm home of Mrs. Earl Dean. There will be a picnic and officers will be elected. T. W. C. A. GLEE CLTJB TO SING AT CHURCH. · The Y. W.'C. A. Glee club will give a program of music Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Congregational church FOR MANY OCCASIONS SIMPLE LINES OF FROCK MAKE IT DESIRABLE ADDITION TO WARDROBE; MAY BE EASILY AND QUICKLY MADE. Fecrlen IB Cent rmtere, too Fifth attune. New Ton lit; B? 1)14*4 114 » -----------^^----^ , M.M. MOEN-' · " . · " ' . ' ^HONORED AT PABTY. A group of friends gathered at ·the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Moen, 603 Adams avenue northwest, for a surprise party on the occasion of Mrs. Moen's .birthday. The time was spent informally. HOLLYWOOD STAR PUSH-TOP PERMANENT WAVE $J95 Other Waves $2.75, $3.75, $4.50 Hi/2 South Federal Ave. Over Kresge's $1 Store Phone 281 Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern ANTIQUE FLEUR DE LIS An attractive combination of a square and an extremely simple floral pattern makes a quilt that is distinctly striking. The designer of this old quilt was a .Frenchwoman who desired to incorporate in her quilt a gentle reminder of her home across the sea. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 24 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt Department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 24. Miss Barbara Scott Winner in Contest for Iowa Musicians Miss Barbara Scott, 12 years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Scott, 217 Kentucky avenue South East, won second place in piano in the -14 to 16 year old class, at the state music contest, sponsored by the Iowa Federation of Music. She also played for the State Federation Convention, held in Des Moines, on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott and daughter recently moved to Mason City from Des Moines. Another North 1 . lowan who ranked high was Myrna Johnson of Hampton, who placed first in contralto. FLOYD FRASER TEACHER OF PIANO and OTHER INSTRUMENTS Phone 3105 Your Children.. need good food. The little bodies need Vitamins in abundance for health resistance against ills. Flavorful-tempting foods have their place. Butter made from fresh sweet cream --provides these. Ask for . . . IOWA STATE BRAND or CORN COUNTRY butter Youthful details mark this lovel day dress. The first model carried out navy blue and white striped crep silk print was especially effecthn The huge, fly-away bow was flam red plain crepe. The bone buttons and belt buckle repeated the flam tone. In cotton prints, white and paste tub silks, stick candy striped seer sucker, dotted tie silk, linen prints etc., it is most attractive for sum mer wear. Make it with shor sleeves as the wee sketch. Style No. 365 is designed for size 14, 16,18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inche bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39 Inch material with *4 yard of 35 inch contrasting. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for sprin, is to be found in this new and excit ing Spring Fashion book. You cer tainly won't want to miss it. Con tains new Hollywood photos am patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your cop; today. Price of book 10 cents.. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred) Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, bu address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth York City. avenue, New Wilson 7th Graders Put on Exhibit Physical Education W o r k Demonstrated in Program. Seventh grade pupils at Wilson school who are in their last year there took part in a physical education demonstration Friday afternoon at the school. Letters were awarded to Jane e Berner, Althea Ross, Beatrice Cookman, Mary Burrets and Lorreta Holman for the highest record n the physical education tests and :itizenship by Miss Milded Kluck, director of physical education. The program was concluded by a kick ball game between the sixth and seventh grades with the seventh grade girls winning 33 to 11. On the program were 11 numbers, rolls, dive over, roll through a hoop, head stand, elephant walk, eight egged walk, roly poly, folded leg walk, opening and closing of the rose, merry-go-round and pyramids. In the pyramid section the first froup included Jane Lee Berner, Cay Shaffer and Mary Burrets, the second, Kay Shaffer, Beatrice Cookman, Loretta Holmau and Mary Burrets. The third was the kneeing pyramid, the fourth, the same pyramid by two groups of girls and ast the squash pyramid by everyone. Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Emery who lave been spending some time with heir son-in-law and daughter, Mr- and Mrs. F. B. Woodruff, 423 Ninth street northwest, will leave Sunday 'or Des Moines and from there will jo to their home in the mountains near Denver. * * * Miss Margaret Brakel, student at Iowa State Teachers college, is spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brakel, 709 Third street northeast. Eugene T. Olson, 251 Eighth street southeast, has left for Janesville, Wis., where he has accepted a clerical position in the Fisher Body company. * ? * Miss Winnie Lyke has returned to her work in Des Moines where she is nursing after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lyke of Plymouth. * * s Mrs. Oscar Davis, 921 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, has left for Kansas City where she will visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Woodruff. * * # , Gilbert McEwen, a student at the University of Iowa, has arrived for a week-end visit with his. parents, Hr. and Mrs. R. J. McEwen, 305 ·"ifth street northwest. He has as lis guest, Donald Schier of Fort Madison, a classmate. --·:·-- Ths editorial council of the Re- igious Press has been invited to hold its 1935 meeting in Richmond, Va. Eldora Gets NewB.P.W. Organization Club Will Be Represented at State Convention Here in May. A new Business and Professional Women's club will be representei at the convention of the Iowa Fed eration of B. P. W. clubs when it held here May 11 to 13. Eldora business and professional women hav recently completed the organization of a club with 25 members. Mrs. Lottie DeBaggio is presiden of the club, Miss Anna Bender, rirs vice president; Miss Ada Meeks second vice president; Mrs. Julia Edick, recording secretary; Miss Lilly Schmitt, corresponding secre tary and Miss Anna Cattelen, trea surer. Marshalltown B. P. W. club members assisted in completing thi organization of the Eldora club which is in the third district. Th Mason City club is a member of the third district and Miss Baulah Randolph is chairman of the district. Plans are being completed by the Mason City committees for the convention and will be discussed at the meeting of the local club Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Hote Hanford. Miss Lola Mason, finance chairman, and Mrs. J. R. Murray health chairman, will have charge of the program. The research and education committees of the club are sponsoring a :ea and program Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at the P. G. anc E. auditorium. WKIGHT-HOTZ EAGLE GROVE, April 28.--Word has been received of the marriage )f Miss Alice Hotz, daughter of Ir. and Mrs. Roy Hotz of Eagle "rove, to Eugene D. Wright of Cumberland, .Ohio, at Lawrence- ille, HI., Saturday, by the Rev. Mr. 3rown at the Methodist parsonage. Uter July 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wright will make their home in Eagle rove. ' OWN OVERHOLSEK IGNORED AX PAJBT1. John Overholser, assistant mana- er of Ford-Hopkins, was honored : a farewell party given by the em- oyes of Ford-Hopkins Friday eve- ng at the store. Mr. Overholser ho is leaving for Ottumwa where e has been transferred, received a ift from the group. The time was ent informally and refreshments ere served. ON LIBRARY BOARD Mrs. Carl A. Parker, new appointee, on the city l i b r a r y board of trustees; will make her initial appearance in connection w i t h her new duties at t h e next board meeting May 7. St. James Lutheran Friendship Society Meeting at Church St. James Lutheran Friendship society met Friday evening in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pearson and Mr.'and Mrs. !lmer Buhlitz serving. The program included a vocal solo by Mrs. O. Govig, accompanied by Mrs. O. Mall, and a "class his- ory" of the society members by Mrs. Harry Kinney. Mr. Kinney ave a short talk on Grant and the lev. O. Mall, on Lincoln and Wash- ngton. It was voted to pay part of the xpense in having the pipe organ uned at the next meeting, Mr. and Mrs. H. Frenz and Mr. and Mrs. August Buhr will serve. ET-TOGETHER CLUB ONDUCTS MEETING. Members of the Get-Together club met at the home of Mrs. Ralph Cur- er for a business msesion and a 'sson on "Types of Patterns." "here were five guests at the meeting. Mrs. I. Clark will be hostess to he club May 24. HUBBAKD-GEKHART ALTA VISTA, April 28--Miss Mildred Gerhart has announced her marriage to E. V. Hubbard of Anamosa, at the home of her mother, Mrs. Emma Gerhart. with the Rev. George Reepe of Green Springs, Ohio, performing the ceremony. Mrs. Hubbard has been employed as operator of the local Piehn Telephone company and for the past 10 years she was telephone operator for the Northern Telehone company at Elma. Mr. Hubbard is the turnkey at the men's reformatory at Anamosa. They will make their home at Anamosa. .j. CAMPGERDES WESLEY, April 28.--Neva Fay Gerdes, daughter of Mr. I. A. Gerdes of Wesley, who has been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Anderson at Garden Grove, Cal., was married to Harry Camp, at the Presbyterian church in Oakland. Mrs. Camp has done private teaching of music, dramatics and folk dancing as well as concert work in the west and Chicago. Mr. Camp is asistant technician in the United States forestry department of the University of California, where Mrs. Camp is a junior student this year. They will make their home at Berkley, Cal. SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY RUGS DRAPES CURTAINS Skillfully Cleaned Phone 788 or 789 Marshall 6 rStoift I u t A K F f l c ' *' « " ' r » « J ^ hild Study club-1 o'clock, Mrs. N. C. Stam, 122 President court, program. Mrs. W. M. Perry, Mrs. J. R. McEwen, Mrs. R. E. DeReus, G. S. C. Andrick. :onday Bridge club- Mrs. J. P. Lynch, 330 First street northeast. tiatauqua club-1 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. C. F. Bull, Mrs. J. R. Holman, Mrs. Wayne Sharpe, Mrs. E. A. D. Bell, [rs. J. D. Lindsay. [aria Mitchell club-1 o'clock, Colonial house, Mrs. G. M. Woodruff, chairman, lesson, Mrs. C. H. McNider. . W. C. A. Glee club-7 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. 'go Igo club-8 o'clock, Jane Phalen, 510 Fifth street southeast. Short 36"-8 o'clock, McKinloy school, play. Twentieth Century club-Mrs. A. L. Rule, 11 Rock Glen, motion pictures of Guatemala, Mr. Rule. TUESDAY Presbyterian Women-6:30 to. 10 o'clock, church, May morning breakfast. H. E. O. club-9:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. A. Cagle, 12 Sixteenth street southeast, May morning breakfast. Matinee Muslcale-- Mrs. Earl Dean, picnic, election of officers. Friendly circle-1 o'clock, Mrs. Melvin Scott. D. A. R. board-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. L. Wright, 321 Fourteenth street northwest. East Side Social circle-Church parlors, Mrs. F. W. WU- kins, hostess. Good Cheer lodge-2:30 o'clock. Eagles hall. Chicago N. W. Women-2 o'clock, P. G. E. Unity Chapter No. 58 O. E. S.-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, social hour. Women of the Moose-8 o'clock, Eagles hall, card party. Y. W. C. A. Membership-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., annual spring membership banquet. WEDNESDAY Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Charles Kaufman, 25 Ninth street northwest. Loyal 10 club-2 o'clock, Mrs. George Dull, Central heights. Portland Women's project-Mrs. T. E. Davidson, 908 Second street southeast, guest street southwest, "Your Most Becoming Prints," style show. Our Saviour's Ladies Aid-2 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. Peter Erickson. Central Lutheran N. E. group 2 to 5 o'clock, church parlors, quilt display, "program silver tea. P. E. O. GN-2:15 o'clock, Mrs. F. C. Lovell, 212 Second day. St. James Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. L. Ehlers, Mrs. J. Hagadus', hostesses. Lincoln Radio C. S. C.-2:15 o'clock, Mrs. C. A. Williams, 313 Washington avenue northwest, Mrs. Stella Byerly, assisting hostess, lesson, "Emotional Development of Parents." Ladies auxiliary to B. of R. T.-2 o'clock, courthouse. Auviliary to U. S. W. V.-7:30 o'clock, courthouse. A. M. C. and B. W.-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. P. B. O. DZ-- Mrs. Ralph Stanbery, 915 Delaware avenue northeast. ! THURSDAY i W. M. X. club-12:30 o'clock, Mrs. James Graham, 21 Seventh street northwest, pot luck luncheon. Tri-Deck Bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. M. W. Krall, 811 Monroe avenue northwest. Novel club-Mrs. George Marty, 1124 First street southwest, lesson, Mrs. E. D. Dunlop. Past Noble Grands-I. 0. O. F. hall, Mrs. W. M. Huffman, Mrs. Erving Lennan, Mrs. Irwin Ripp, Mrs. Willis White, Mrs. Lew Wilson, Mrs. W. H. Boyd, Mrs. Eda Geiler, lesson Portland W. C. T. TJ.-2 o'clock, Portland hall, Mothers' day program, picnic lunch R. N. A. Health club- Postponed. B. and O. circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. 0. Gilbertson, 930 Jefferson avenue northwest. Irunmnuel Northwest division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs Anna Frederickson, 638 Washington avenue southwest. L. U. G. A. club-Mrs Rolla Adams. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-Group 1, church parlors; 2, Mrs. E. P. Stevenson, 1360 North Federal avenue; 3, Mrs. H. C. Brunemeier, 1412 Adams avenue northwest. East State street club-Postponed to May 10. Park Hospital alumnae-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. W. Ma.son, 404 Thirteenth street southeast B. P. W. club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Athenian club-6 o'clock Mrs. E. E. Fleming, 503 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Mrs. E. I. Kelly, Mrs. W. B. Casey, Mrs. S. C. Deyoe. Mrs. J. F. Price, Mrs. W. M. Barragy. Bethlehem-Walther league-7:30 o'clock, church parlors, Sam Borger, Ella Heirnbuck, Esther Luker, hostesses. Immanuel Martha society 8 o'clock, Ceceila Gustafson, 232 Fourteenth street southeast. Mrs. B. E. Setterberg, assisting hostess. Cosmopolitan club-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Fidelity Life association-8 o'clock, courthouse. Wartburg Luther league-8 o'clock, church parlors, Elmer Barnosky, Elsie, Marieta and Harlan Brosrs. serving. FRIDAY Presbyterian circle-East, Mrs. John Sloan, 220% Fourteenth street northeast- south, Mrs. R. B. Girton, 333 Maryland avenue southeast; west, Mrs. J. E. Woolridge, 208 Fourteenth street northwest; central, 1 o'clock, Mrs. George K. Davies, 818 Washington avenue northwest; Forest Park, Mrs. A. C. Hagerman, 1140 Second street southwest. . Baptist Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church. Congregational Women- Group i. Calvary Lutheran guild-2 o'clock,, church. Baby clinic-1 to 3 o'clock,'Y. W. C. A Church of Christ W. M. S ' 6:30 o'clock, church, mother- daughter banquet, Mrs. D. L. Kratz, chairman, group 2, Christian workers.. Century club-6:30 o'clock, Congregational church, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Dr. and Mrs. Draper Long, Mr. and Mrs. George Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Max Riley. Kill Rare Klub-Mrs. J. Russell Currier. Queen Rebekah lodge-8 o'clock. I. O. O. F, hall, homecoming night, initiation. Lincoln P. T. A. 8 o'clock, school. Our Savior's Luther league-8 o'clock, church. SATURDAY Portland Snap 4-H Girls-Miss Alta Spotts. D. A. R.-10 o'clock, Eadmar hotel, May morning breakfast. Mrs. Allan Beck Wins Trophy in Contract Meet Mrs. Allan F. Beck, 24 Eleventh street northeast, received the Mrs W. E. Brice trophy as the best woman contract bridge player in Mason City Friday afternoon when the finals were played off at the Ead- mar hotel. Mrs. O. A. Lueders, Mrs. Lloyd Roberts and Mrs. Ellen White sponsored the tourney which was the last of a series of three. There were 12 contestants remaining for the final play which was held on the mezzanine floor of the Eadmar. The trophy is a silver cup on a black base and it will be engraved with the name of the donor, Mrs, Brice, and the winner, Mrs. Beck. "Short 36'~to Be Presented Monday at McKinley School Members of the Grace Evangelical Ladies Aid will present the play, 'Short 36," Monday evening at 5 o'clock in the McKioIey school. This will be the second performance of Jie comedy which was staged a short time ago at Monroe school. The cast includes Kenneth Benner, Albert Fickett, George Scheef, Mrs, Scheef, Mrs. Maynard Fessenden, Henry Bast, Mrs. Arab Squier, ytr. Fessenden, Dorothy Squier, Mrs, Don Swlsher, Mrs. Will Carson and Mrs. Rudolph Haensch. Mrs, Squier is the director of the play. Superintendent at Charles City Talks at School Meeting DES MOINES, April 28. UP)-Adult education was termed one of :he most important and significant happenings of the times by Miss Agnes Samuelson, state superin- ;endent of public instruction, speak- ng before the conference of school boards and administrators here Friday. The importance of adult educa- ion in future educational programs was stressed by seven speakers, · including Prof. A. C. Fuller, of Iowa State Teachers college, director of ederal emergency education for :owa. About 300 school workers attend- id the conference. P. C. Lapham, superintendent of iChools at Charles City, declared hat "the schools of the future must be for men and women as well as or boys and girls." Wife Preservers Here is a new sandwich filling which is very good for luncheon or supper: Drain oil from can of sardines, take out bones, mash well with one-fourth head of cabbage, boiled, and one tablespoon horse-radish. Spread on white or rye bread. Miss Taplin Will Speak atY.W.C.A. Annual Spring Membership Reception Scheduled for Tuesday. Arrangements are beig completed for the annual spring membership reception of the Y. W. C.- A. which will be held Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. Miss Marjorie Taplin who has been a teacher at the Ganado mission in the heart of the Navajo Indian reservation in New Mexico will speak. The mission is located 56 miles from Gallup, N. Mex., the nearest town. Miss Taplin will show her collection of Navajo rugs, pottery and beadwork. Miss Quirina Monteon will sing 'Ramona." There will be tap dance numbers and musical selections. The reception is sponsored by the membership committee which includes Mrs. E. H. Wagner, chairman, Mrs. R. E. Brisbine, Mrs. F. W. Osmundson, Miss Bernice Boyd, Miss Ora Hanson and Miss Maxine Howard. Following the program a social hour will be held. The reception is for all members and friends of the Y. W. C. A. _*_. When Desire to Learn Reading Is Evidenced, Children Easily Taught By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH Molly was .only four when she made up her mind to learn how to read. She teased her'mother so persistently that Mrs. Jones finally bought a primer and started lessons. The first day she taught Molly the simple sentence, "See the cat." She showed her the words, spelled them out, and let the child find others like them in the book, insisting on their spelling each time. The .esson lasted three minutes. Once every day, when mother and daughter had a leisure moment, the .essons were continued. At three minutes a day Molly had a reading knowledge of more than a hundred words by the end of a month. The lessons were lengthened to 'ive minutes and the rate of leam- ng also increased. The new words were always spelled aloud so that ye and ear both were receiving im- iressions. By the end of six months Molly was in the third reader, and when she went. to kindergarten at five, could read fluently almost anything offered to her. Unless a child evinces a desire to read, four is a little young to start. But if the child is really interested and determined to learn, there is nothing easier than teaching it. It would be well to have his eyes examined first, for a child who masers reading so early is sure to do a great deal of it, and should be guarded against eyestrain. The lessons should be made a reat and not a chore. If the child frows restless there is no need to ecome annoyed or to insist on his g on. It is best to close the book md put it away on the grounds that the child is tired and so not fit to itudy. As soon as the. lesson be- :oines drudgery its value is much essened if not entirely gone. CARTER-METZ OSAGE, April 28.--A marriage li- ense was issued at the county Jerk's office Friday to Leo A. Carer, Osage, 19, and Georgia A. Metz, Osage,- 18. 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