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April 22, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 22 1936 NOEL COWARD COMEDY TO BE SEEN AT H. S. AUDITORIUM Club Plans Staging of Clever Play Single Performance of "Hay Fever" to Be Given Thursday. Tickets for the Woman's club play, "Hay Fever" by Noel Coward which will be staged Thursday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium went on reserve Wednesday at Currie-Van Ness and reservations will be taken there again on Thursday beginning at S o'clock. "Hay Fever" is one of the cleverest comedies by Coward, who is also the author of "Cavalcade," "Design for Living," "Point Valaine," "Conversation Piece" and many other plays which have held the interest of theater goers in the United States and England for the past few years. The play has a cast which includes outstanding Mason City dramatic talent. Mrs. Louis Wolf will play the leading role of Judith Bliss, an actress and Dr. H. K. Jones is cast as David Bliss. Miss Ramona Liesveld will be Sorell Bliss, Eddie Jones, Simon Bliss, Don Adams, Sandy Tyrell; Francis DeSart, Richard Greatham; Mary Sherman, Myra Arundel, Mrs. Ben Birenbaum; Jackie Coryton, and Irene Holman, the maid. Mrs. Douglas Swale has directed the production. Staging is in charge of Mrs. Floyd Meredith Wright, Mrs. E. G. Morse, Mrs: Frank PeairCe and Mrs. M. D. McMichael. Mrs. Carleton Stewart and Mrs. R. E. Nyquist have charge of the ticket sale. Woman's club members are admitted to the play on their membership cards and a small fee for reserving seats. A regular admission price is asked from non-members. MRS. K. NANCOLAS OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Friends of Mrs. Rebecca Nan- colas, gathered at her home, 510 Van Buren avenue southwest, Tuesday for a surprise party on her seventy-eighth birthday. Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock. Wednesday evening another group of friends gave a surprise. dinner in her honor at her home. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPIJES Marriage licenses were issued to Peter Thomla, 45, and Eleanor Anderson, 43, both of Minneapolis, and to John Harris, 24, and Inez Hoffman, 25, both of Mason City. For a Bright Summer Day GLOBE-GAZETTE PEEKLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY Frock Has Clever Cut to Distinguish It; Inverted Box Plait in Back of Skirt; Collar Set at Angle. Here is something just a little different from your newest shirtmaker dress with flattery and soft detail. There's femininity and charm in the shirt collar with bow posed at one side. The side shoulder-line gives emphasis to a slim young waist. It's tremendously smart in rough- finished cottons, linens and tub silks The bow will fall more softly if picot edged or rolled by hand. Style No. 2923 is designed for sizes 11, 13, 15 and 17 years. Size 15 requires 3% yards of 39-inch material with Vi. yard of 35-inch contrasting. 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. GIRL RESERVE LEADERS PICNIC Girl Reserve leaders met for a steak fry at Spring park Tuesday evening. The group included Mrs. ,yle Pickford, Mrs. F. W. Sinnott, Mrs. C. W. Brown, Shirley Easton, Margaret McAuley, Mildred Hotch- dn, Faythe Darland, Mrs. T. B. Ferguson and Miss Lottie Swearingen. Outdoor meetings for the next nonth of Girl Reserve activity and Mother's day plans were discussed. Store 105 NORTH FEDERAL AVENUE Features Knee Length Hosiery FOR SOLID COMFORT And the vote seems so unanimously in favor of Rollins that we've stocked up special for this season. Rollins knee lengths are correct for any time o'day and with every outfit in your wardrobe. 790 $]00 $;[25 Xoll s JOES OtTB HOSIERY CLUB-- 1 PA1K FBEE WITH TES TWELFTH PA1B Clarice Sheka Is Married to Joseph Jordan Miss Clarice Sheka, 17 Adams avenue northwest, became the bride o! Joseph Jordan, 120 First street northwest, at a ceremony performet at 1 o'clock Wednesday morning in the Holy Family church. The Rev R. P. Murphy read the service. Mrs. Paul Kelsh played "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" as a processional and accompanied Lawrence Reardon who sang "Ave Maria" at the offertory and "Oh Lord I Am Not Worthy" at the communion. The bride was attired in a. white satin gown and her veil was of rose point lace. She carried white roses and sweet peas. Miss Madonna McGee, the maid of honor, wore a rose colored dress and her flowers were sweetheart roses and sweet peas. Frank Reindl was Mr. Jordan's best man. Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served at the Eadmar for close friends and relatives. Mr. Jordan and his bride have left on a short wedding trip and on their return will be at home here. Mr. Jordan is employed at the Standard Oil office and Mrs. Jordan has been employed at Decker's office. ,*. HUSH-EVANS NEW HAMPTON--Miss Elfa Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans, wa. married to Roy L. Irish of Wabasha, Minn., Saturday, by the Rev. Robert Davies, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church. PERMANENTS $150, $750 F I N G E R WAVES as low as With Shampoo, 50c Mason City's Largest Exclusive Wave Shop. Expert Waving. LE MODERNE BEAUTY STUDIO 212 N. Federal Phone 3011 Le Moderns No. 2 Rudd, Iowa Miss Hanson, Operator You Are Invited To Attend . . . A FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: THE SCI E N C E AND ART OF SPIRITUAL LIVING BY THE HON. WILLIAM E. BROWN, C. S. B. OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA ' MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF LECTURESHIP OF THE MOTHER CHURCH THE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST, IN BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1936 AT 8:00 O'CLOCK IN FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, MASON CITY CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND THIRD STREET NORTHWEST Music Club Entertains for Guests Program Based on Music ol British Isles Given at Hanford. Matinee Musicalc club entertained at its annual guest day meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Hotel Hanford when an attractive program, based on the year's study of music of the British Isles was presented in the Wedgewood room of the Hotel Hanford. The unusual talent represented in the club membership was evidenced in the recital. Mrs. Earl Dean, president of the club, welcomed the guests and introduced the program chairman, Mrs. Roy Servison, who spoke briefly on the numbers to be presented. The opening selections were by Mrs. B. Raymond Weston who sang "Magdalene at Michael's Gate" by Lehman, "Storm Lullaby" by Sanderson, "The Unforseen" by Scott and "A Feast of Lanterns" by Bannock. Mrs. Morris Laird accompanied Mrs. Weston. Piano Selections. Miss Ruth Stevens played two piano selections by Scott, "Danse Negre" and "Valse Caprice." Three selections, "The Fields o' Bally Clare," "Chit-Chat" and "The Robin and the . Archer" by Moffott were sung by Mrs... Don Wells, Mrs. A. C. Hagerman and Mrs. C. E. Gilman. accompanied by Mrs. L. S. Sanders. Mrs. Harlan MacMillan and Mrs Scott Smith, vviolinists, played Irish dances, with Mrs. Frank Pearce as accompanist. With Mrs. Leon Woodward providing harp accompaniment, Mrs. W. L. Bennett sang "March of Morgan's Men," "Ash Grove" and "All Through the Night." "Flow Gently Sweet Afton," "Annie Laurie" and "Jig" were played by a violin ensemble including Mrs. H. E. Hardy, Mrs. MacMillan, Mrs. Smith and Miss Mary Jean Crowell, accompanied by Mrs. Sanders. The program was concluded with four original compositions played by Mrs. Kermit Larson. They were "Kay Yah's Dream," "Chatterbox," Reminiscence" and "A Study.' Tea was served following the pro- ram with Mrs. Dean and Mrs. W. H. Hathorn pouring. Roses and sweet peas centered the tea table. Hampton Mother-Daughter Banquet to Be Thursday HAMPTON--The Girl Reserves of Hampton high school will hold the annual mother-daughter banquet at .he Methodist church Thursday evening. AH high school girls and their mothers are invited. Miss Jean Allen is in charge of arrangements xr the program which will have as ts theme, prominent women in his- :ory. Miss Margaret Foughty will be toastmaster. ·VHSS HELEN BOGARD HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Fay McGuire and Mrs. W. H. Paxton entertained Tuesday at a shower for Miss Helen Bogard who will be married May l to A. T. Anderson. Bridge was played with high score prize going to Mrs. Joe Puth and traveling prize to Lenore Claus. L.unch was served with the decorations carried out in pink and white. PANOSH-KUHN SPILLVILLE--The marriage of Margaret Kuhii, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- George W. Kuhn. and Adolph Panosh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Panosh of near Little Turkey, was performed by the Rev. V. J. Hlubeck at the St. Wenceslaus church, Monday. The attendants were brother and sister of the bridegroom. Leonard and Viola Panosh. After the ceremony they went to the bride's home where a wedding dinner was served to immediate relatives. A wedding dance was given at Little Turkey. Mr. and Mrs. Panosh will reside on his farm near Little Turkey. rosE-s A'LTZMA x NEW HAMPTON -- Miss Sadie Saltzman was married in St. Paul's Lutheran church to Robert E. Pose, son of Mrs. Henrietta Pose by the Rev. William Engelke. They were attended by James Woodruff of New Hampton and R, E. Saltzman of Lawler. Following the services they left on a wedding trip. The bridegroom operates a tailor shop. They will live on East Main street. Have Charge of Service. AREDALE--Everett Pencook and four bc-y friends from Western Union college of LeMars came Friday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peneook and spent Saturday and Sunday with the Pencook family. In the' evening the' boys had charge of the Sunday evening services at the Methodist church, which was a union service. The Band Box Cleaning · Process is modern --better in many ways than the old cleaning methods. Silk dresses, suits, coats, furs, hats, sweaters, drapes and curtains look so fresh and like new when Cleaned the Band Box way. PHONE 349. Band Box Cleaners 29 First Street S. E. Married at Plymouth Mrs. George Steinmetz and her sister, Miss Dorothy Dixson. are pictured at the wedding of Mrs. Steinmetz which took place at the Plymouth Methodist church. Mrs. Steinmetz was Grayce Dixson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dixson of Plymouth and Mr. Steinmetz is the son of Mrs. Elizabeth Steinmetz of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Steinmetz are on a wedding trip to Chicago and will make their home in Jersey City, N. J. (Russell Photo, Kayenay Cut) SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY I. O. 0. F. Father-Son banquet-6:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, dinner, program at 8 o'clock open to women. Chapter DZ B. I. L._ 6:30 o'clock, St. John's parish hall, dinner. Our Saviour's Rebecca circle-7 o'clock, Mrs. J. W. Johnson, 324- HHventy-fifth street southwest. Je'/ferson C. S. Cr-Mrs. L. A. Lysne, 31 Kentucky avenue southeast. Mrs. M. 0. Dal- vcy. Mrs. C. A. Pyles, Mrs. R. C. Schiffman, assisting, question box, Mrs. H. S. Marshall, lesson,' the Rev. George K. Davies. I. O. F. lodge-S o'clock, Moose hall. THURSDAY Tri-Deck Bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. L. G. Hawkins, 108 River heights. Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Euchre and Cycle club, Mrs. H. D. Fallows, hostess. Trinity Roosevelt circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. M. F. Zack, 222 Twenty-first street southeast. Mrs. Gilbert Knutson, co-hostess. Iinnutnucl Dorcas aid-2:30 o'clock, parsonage, Mrs. Arthur O'Green, Mrs. Anna Frederickson, Mrs. Emma Newberg, hostesses. Methodist Division 5-1 o'clock, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, 908 Second street southwest. Trinity Washington circle-Mrs. M. F. 3 -ris, 323 Sixth street northwest. Rebelcah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlors. Mrs. "vVaae Vasbinder, chairman. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall, social, Mrs. Mary Schmitz. Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. John Humphrey, Mrs. Amos Moore, hostesses. Tusulata club-6:15 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. Evangelical W. M. S-7:30 o'clock, church parlors. Young People's Mission circle, guests. Christine Brunemeier, speaker. R. N. A.-7:15 o'clock. Moose hall. -Mrs. Ed Deeny, chairman, card party. Iromanuel Luther league-8 o'clock, church, Dora and Arthur Petersen, Thorwald and Edith Nielsen. Lincoln P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school. Triple T. club-1 o'clock, Park Inn, Mrs. G. G. Weida, hostess. Athenian club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. M. J. Fitzpat- rick, 635 East State street, Mrs. John Senneff, Mrs. W. D. Daly, current events, Mrs. W. Martin, lesson. Monroe-Washington C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school. Energetic class-Congregational church. Woman's club play-8:15 o'clock, high school auditorium. Scrapbooks Studied a t T . N . T . Meeting T. N, T. club met for dinner Tuesday evening at the Y. W. C. A. and the program opened with a reading, "Spreading, the News," by Violet Moran. The time was spent in looking at Scrapbooks and ribbons were awarded for the best books. A special award went to Mrs. C. P. Shipley for her scrapbook which she had lent the group. It contains clippings connected with the history of Mason City. Inez Winter received a ribbon for the largest and oldest scrapbook and Maxine Howard. Arloenc Jaussen and Dorothy Arnett Cor more recent collections. Lois Donaldson and Frances Dawson were in charge. Miniature book forms were presented by Miss Donaldson. The dinner committee included Myrtle Cardey, Edith Rice and Miss Arnett. Alma Nehls, a guest, was taken into the membership. Plans for financing a delegate at the national convention at Colorado Springs in May were discussed and Miss Greta Mae Ong was appointed to represent the rlub. SJOSTRUM-SUTTON OSAGE--A license has been issued here to Bernard S. Sjostrum, 29, Mankato, Minn., and Bernadine E. Button. 24, Oakland. Cal. DIAMONDS OF QUALITY Beautiful, Brilliant, Blue White Diamonds Are a Lifetime Investment. Engagement « * jgA Rings $I(|Oy up CONVENIENT CREDIT JEWELRY CO. Foresters Bldg. PERMANENT SPECIAL Short time Only! Get It Now. Hurry! REGULAR y-.30 CKOQUHSNOLE I'USH-LT WAVE OK KINGLETS--EXCEPTIONAL VALUE--INCLUDES HA1KCUT AND WAVE SET--COMPLETE REGULAR $5 VALUE--FINEST QUALITY SUPER OIL WAVE IN ANY STYLE DESIRED INCLUDES SHAMPOO, HAIRCUT, WAVE SET--COMPLETE LABGEST, MOST COMFORTABLE SHOP IN THE CITY CHARLES GILBERT BARBER BEAUTY SHOP Phone 1006 Across From Chapman's Furniture Store Mrs. D. Klempnauer E l e c t e d President of Circle at Wilson Mrs. D. G. Klempnauer was elected president, Mrs. Roy Bailey, vice president, and Mrs. Marion Humphrey, secretary-treasurer, of the Wilson Child Study circle at a meeting Tuesday night at the school. There were 22 present. The lessons were or. "The New Horizon for the Child" by Mrs. H. B. Major, "Physical Health of the Child.' by Mrs. T. E. Davidson and "Discipline for the Young Child" by Mrs. Marvin Wiegman. Plans were announced for a tea to be given in May by the retiring officers, who are Mrs. Harold Jennings, president: Mrs. Charles Cornwell, vice president, and Mrs. Russell Weaver, secretary-treasurer. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Celebrate Wedding: Anniversary. ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Burbank celebrated their golden wedding Saturday at their home when a host of friends came in during the- day. The occasion was also Mr. Burbank's seventy-eight birthday. The Burbanks have three children. Marion is the only one living in Algona. Dorothy Swift Is Chosen Head of Hi-Tri Club Dorothy Swift was elected president, Jean Cadwell, vice president; Lois Wilson, secretary, and Phyllis Neelings, treasurer of Hi-Tri club at a meeting: Tuesday at tie Y. W. Plans for the remainder of the year include a mother's tea on May 4 with Jean Cadwell in charge. On May 9, an all-school dance will be sponsored by the Hi-Tri and Hi-Y clubs at the Y. W. An out of door dinner is scheduled for May 18 at Clear Lake with Irene Van Note and Patricia Farrer in charge. From May 22 to 23, the cabinet retreat will be conducted at Clear Lake and on May 26, the senior farewell breakfast will be given on the north porch of the Y, with Barbara Scott in charge. RALPH SEERY TO WED PEARL HASH NEW HAMPTON--The banns of marriage have been published between Miss Pearl Kash of Lamont and F. Ralph Seery of New Hampton. They will be married early in May. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH CVE8T PURCHASE Sport and Dress Coats I FOR MISSES AND WOMEN Also Half Sizes Real Honest to Goodness Values $14.95 14 to $ 1 O-95 19 Swagger coats! Belted coats! Baby swaggers! Checks! Plaids! And dressy tailored coats. A splendid assortment to please everyone! Dark and light colors. Others priced at-$9.95 to $49.95 Tomorrow Is-SHIRLEY TEMPLE'S BIRTHDAY See these smart Coats and Coat Sets. They will make a wonderful present to your little girl on Shirley Temple's Birthday, Price Range from §7.95 and up Also "Shirley Temple" Hats Priced at $1.98 "See You Tomorrow (on Shirley Temple's Birthday)' Fare Thee Well, Annabelle Until I Can Have HOT WATER! You can hardly blame the poor man for getting upset -- after grubbing stubborn whiskers out by the roots, all for the lack of a ready supply of hot water. But how foolish -- and unreasonable -- to get everybody else in the household worked up over it. An automatic Gas Water Heater Is the answer. No watching! No waiting! No running up and down stairs! No arguments or back talk. Just plenty of hot water at the turn of a faucet "CALL US" KOPUE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMEWY Headquarters For Gas Water Heating Equipment

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