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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 30, 1934
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 30 1934 MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE TO SPONSOR SPRING RECEPTION Plans Made for Annual Affair at Y Miss Marjorie Taplin Will Tell of Life Among Indians. P!aus have been completed fo the annual spring membership re ception of the Y. W. C. A. which will be held Tuesday evening at th Y. when a program of music, ta; dancing and a talk on Navajo In dians will be given. Miss Nadine Kimre3 r , accom panied by Miss Johanna Nelson wil sing "As Through the Streets I Wander" from "The Bohemian Girl' and "Chrysanthemums" by Mary Sterner Salter. Miss Quirina Mon t«on will sing- "Kiss Me Again"' and "Ramona" accompanied by Mrs. W F. Ingraham. There will be tap dancing by members of the health education department. Miss Marjorie Taplin who has been a. teacher at the Ganado Mission in the Navajo Indian reservation, will -tell the "Legend of the First Blanket" as told by Long Mustache of Klegatoh, Ariz., anc will describe a Navajo wedding ceremony. She will show a basket used in the ceremony, also pottery from Hopi land, old Mexico and the Navajo silversmiths, Navajo rugs and examples of Spanish weaving from Chimayo, N. Mex. Members of the Y. W. C. A. and friends have been invited to attend the reception which is sponsored by the membership committee of 'the Y. of which Mrs. E. H. Wagner is chairman. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern HE1MERDINGER-VAALA CRESCO, April 30.--Miss Lydia E. Heimerdinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heimerdinger of Parish township, south of Cresco, and WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS JOHNSTON'S FLOWERS Across From Park We Telegraph Flowers Phone !23 . 10 First Street N. W. KITTEN If baby is not yet old enough handle a pet gently, yet cries fo "Kitty," this fetching block of kit tens will evoke delight. And mothe will derive great pleasure in mak ing the quilt, since the pattern fo "Kitten" is all in one piece. Thosi big eyes and long whiskers and th' pink nose are applied before the animal is appliqued. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 24 which contains six other pat terns. For your copy send 10 cent in stamps or coin to Quilt depart ment, the Mason City Globe-Gazette 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y Be sure to ask for book No. 24. Theodore G. Vaala of Saude, Chicka county, were married at the home ol be bride's parents by the Rev. H. M Tjernagel, pastor of the Saude Nor wegian Lutheran church. The ceremony was witnessed by G. G. Vaala and Mrs.. Leo Heimerdinger. Miss Pearl McAninch Weds Charles Faugust SWEA CITY, April 30.-- Miss 'earl McAnincb, daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. M. McAninch, was mar- ied at the home of her parents, to CHOOSE A GRUEN FOR HER GIFT WATCH We still have a few GRUEN Baguettes in yellow gold at the former low price of $29.75 MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. Bldg. Charles Faugust of East Chain, lartin county, Minn., son of Mr. nd Mrs. Sam Faugust, farmers. Attendants were .Claude .Faugast, nd Olive McAninch. The ceremony was performed in the presence ot imediate relatives by the bride's brother, the Rev. Cliff ord McAninch, Baptist pastor of Stillwater, Minn. The bride, a graduate of the Swea City high school, and of Drake university, taught school. They will begin housekeeping at once on the bridegroom's farm at East Chain. MINNESOTA COUPLES LICENSED TO WED OSAGE, April 30. -- Two marriage licenses were issued in Mitchell county clerk's office Saturday, to Floyd Fravel, Cresco, Hazel Waters, Minneapolis, legal age; Robert Thomas Layman, 21. Iza Doris McCann, Maple Plain, Minn., 21. DfSchollsZinopads HALF PRICE SALE Holmes Edwards Romance Pattern Inlaid quality . . . Something more than plate . . . 26 Piece Set Service for 6. Only a few sets left. 33 25 sets now 1688 Rogers A-l Quality Plate Paisley and Majestic Patterns '33 25 sets now 6 Hollow Handle Knives 6 Forks 6 Teas 6 Dessert Spoons Sugar Shell and Butter Knife These sets are all the best quality. International Silver Co. Lifetime Plate. Retired pattern sale. Orchid Pattern in Sterling 32 Piece Set Service for Six . . . Regular $87.50 at present prices Our price - - This is a beautiful active Sterling pattern selling at the lowest price for Sterling in 50 years. WATCHES DIAMONDS S WEST STATE Imagine 49 Cakes When You Choose Jean Hilton, Bonita Olson Win Grand Prizes in Contest. Imagine having 49 cakes from which to choose a piece. That was the experience of guests at the cake baking contest exhibit and tea Saturday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. The contest was sponsored by the girls' work committee of the Y. W. and the home . service department of the P. G. I E., for girls from the fourth grade through high school. It was necessary to give two grand prizes instead of one, as i planned, because of the excellence : of two cakes, one entered by Jean I Hilton, 611 Maryland avenue southeast, and the other, Bonita Olson, Schermerhorn farms. The winning entries are on display at 119 'North Federal avenue. Miss Leone McGhee. Mrs. A. J. Feeney and Miss Sara Schuler acted as judges and based their decision on the texture, flavor and appearance of the cakes with a small per cent for icing. Many Entries. Seventh grade winners were Marian Gustafson, Carol Bauer and Geraldine M'ler, dark cake; Lily Larrabee, Virginia Sullivan and | Mary Jane Thorn, light cake; Jean j Hilton, Gweneth Holub and Rozella I Deitz, sponge cakes. Winners from the fourth, fifth and sixth grades were Jane Banks, Viola Parson and Gail Gustafson, light cakes, and Bonita Olson, Helen Dennis and Kathryn Taylor, dark. Program Staged. During the afternoon a program was given including a piano solo by I lendora Setterberg, a talk on "The im of the Contest" by Mrs. E. R. j Bappe and the awarding of the ribbons by Miss Helen Albertus. Mary Tane Hutchins read a poem, "Don't Give Up," and Mrs. W. A. Carter poke briefly. There was a reading by Audrey Baker, a piano solo by .Yilma Walters, readings by Alice Loomis, musical selections by a uet and a group of Monroe songs y Monroe girls. Mrs. Bappe and Patricia Fairer resided at the tea table. Those who entered cakes in the ontest include Gweneth Holub, Thelma Schutz, Margaret Polansky, va Bell Nagel, Helen Dennis, Evlyn Myrick, Kathryu Taylor, Zoe Woodward, Gladys Larson, Kathryn 'oshusta, LaVerne Hickox, Erma Bullard, Jean Price, Bomita Olson, anet Price, Jean Hilton, Betty Ann 31son, Geraldine Miller, Bertha Jane erguson. Jane Banks, Leone Wil- elm, Ruth Clapper, Lorraine Riley, oane Mickelson, Gail Gustafson, larian Gustafson, Carol Bauer, lary Jane Huchins, Shirley Baker, lozella Deitz. Dorothy Swift. Dorothy Wallace, Betty Crabb, /iola Parson, Dorothy Spurgeon, lary Jane Thorn, Doris Nelson, Elsie Schmidt, Maria Lauer, Dorthy Murrer, Patricia Farrer, Milred Page, Lily Larrabee, Rebecca Jrodie, Helen Hanson, Florence Fanson, Phyllis Neelings, Betty eanne Ensign and Virginia Sullian. 'aste for Sentimental Books Should Be Given Satisfaction in Best By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH. At 14 Amy was in the sentimental tage of development. She wanted omance, and all her spare time and money were spent on trashy, sex- inongering literature and shows. She lived in a secret world of her own, and what her reactions and emotions were, neither her father nor her mother could guess. Some of the books they found in the girl's room were far from suitable reading for her age and experience, and sure to give false impressions of life. Mrs. Jones could recall her own | feelings at this period of develop- | ment, and bought several of the old ! novels which had appealed to her. · They were sentimental books, but ' wholesome, and with a saoe outlook on life. ' She was very doubtful about the outcome of her experiment when she placed the first of- these books on j Amy's bedside table, but to her delight the novel appealed to the child at once. She read it through at a sitting, and then, finding that, her mother had also read and loved it, began to discuss it with her. Some days later another book of the same kind was quietly introduced, and gradually the trashy literature decreased, since Amy's taste for romance wes being fed at ho'me. Best of all, a contact was established between mother and daughter which, once begun on their similar taste in sentimental, grew as the years went on. The desire for "slush" is common during the early and middle teens. "*o amount of discussion and disapproval will affect it. The best plan is to satisfy it with the best literature of the kind until the youngster has had enough. The old stories of Ouida and Marlitt have not lost their charm 'even for this would-be hard-boiled generation. ELL1S-DA1LEV ALLISON, April 30.---A marriage , license was issued here to Harold i | Everett Ellis, 28, Greene, and Mary ' i Ellen llailey, 21, Clarksville. ; COSSACK TYPE SUIT LINES OF SUIT CONTRIBUTE AIR OF SMARTNESS TO WEARER; CENTER-BUTTONED CLOSING CLEVER Ulobc-ttoxelte I'wrlesa la rent I'nttern. SUO Flftb Aveone, Mew 1'ork lily ··-- Dj DIANA DAY ------------^-There's chic and newness abou this charming Cossack type suit. There's slimness too, contributed by the center-buttoned closing. Bright red woolen made the orig- · inal of this mode. The belt is sel: fabric. If your waistline is slim, i' is very smart worn with a wide patent leather belt. Tweedy woolen in taupe or navy blue woolen with white pencil stripes is most attractive scheme. Style No. 664 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 54 inch material wHh U yard of 2" inch interlining for collar. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting Spring Fashion book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy 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, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, 200 Fifth avenue, New York City. Social Calendar MONDAY "Peach of a to Be Presented by Y.P.F. of St. Johns On Thursday and Friday nights of this week at 8 o'clock Esther Olson's "A Peach of a Family" will be presented in the McNider . Memorial Parish hall. The first three act play to be given in the Memorial hall, the play is sponusored by the Young People's 'Fellowship of St. John's parish under the direction of Miss Mary Sherman. The play has for its theme the story of a. young man who has been accustomed, to being financed by an indulgent uncle. Through many escapades, he finally alienates the uncle's affections with the result of his allowance being cut off. The part of the nephew, Steven Richmond, is played b3' Paul McAuley. August Richmond, the uncle, is played by Harold Grier. play are Mrs. August Richmond, played by Johanna Nelson; Frank Manning, a young lawyer, a part taken by Marshall Henderson; Jack Belmont, Steven Richmond's friend, by William Bieber; Mrs. Pickett, his housekeeper, played by Mrs. W. L. Bennett; Cornelius Shelby, of an investment company, by Robert Sanderson; Pauline Shelby, a part taken by Ruth Fisher; and the four young women in the play, are parts taken by Helen Hamilton, Katherine Ramsey, Maiy Snook and Doris Harding. Ticket sales are in charge of a committee from the Fellowship and are being sold this week. i'. W. C. A. Glee club-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. TJgo Igo club-8 o'clock, Jane Phalen, 510 Fifth street southeast. "Short 36"-S o'clock, McKinley school, play. Twentieth Century club- Mrs. A. L. Rule, 11 Rock Glen, motion pictures of Guatemala, Mr. Rule. TUESDAY Young- Democrat club-7:30 o'clock, Luke Miller-Sterling building, card party, program. Priscilla club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Frank McConnell, 2 Willow drive. 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 Musicale-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. Wilkins, hostess. Good Cheer lodge-2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Chicago N. W. Women-2 o'clock, P. G. E., election of officers, refreshments. Unit}- Chapter No. 58 O. E. S.-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, social hours, refreshments. 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. A tree in California is estimated to be between 4,000 and 5,000 years old. Mrs. Stinehart Presents Pupils in Piano Recital The pupils of Mrs. J. E. Stinehart met at her home, 115 Adams avenue northwest, Saturday afternoon for a musicale. Mothers and friends were guests. The program included "The Wavelet" and "Swabian Folk Song,' Ellen Moore; "Jumping Frogs" by Kern, Jimmie McGowan; "Bluebell and Violet Waltz" by Cochran, trio for violin, cello and guitar, Adelaide, James and Frances Stinehart. "Wedding of the Fairies" by Johnson was played by Peggy Young, "Chatterbox" by Protiwin- sky, Frances Stinehart, and a violin number. "Old Time Fiddler," by Franklin, Adelaide Stinehart. Audrey Makeever played "Old English Dance" by Wolpaw, Virginia Cooper, "At the Masquerade" by Jahn; Carol Moore, "Hark, Hark, the Lark" by Schubert, and Audrey Makeever and Mrs. Stinehart, a duet, "Amaryllis," Louis XIII. Alice Ann Moore played "Minuet in E Flat" by Mozart and "Waltz in A Flat" by Brahms; Mrs. Stinehart and Virginia Cooper, a duet, "Turkey in the Straw," and Kenneth Bruner, "College Pep March" by Penstad. The program closed with "Wild Flowers and Butterflies" by Hewitt, an instrumental trio. Group singing followed the program and refreshments were served. i COUPLES MAR'RIED AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA, April 30.--Miss Grace Nathan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kathan of Osage, and Edwart H. Cohrt. son of Mr. and Mrs. A C Cohrt of Spencer, were married at the Church in the Vale Friday by the Rev. William Kent. They will make their home at Spencer where" the bridegroom is engaged in buying stock. The Rev. William H. Kent officiated at the marrige of viiss Esther L. West and Harry R. rwin, both of Davenport, which ook place at the Little Brown :hurch Thursday evening. JRESCO CLERK'ISSUES IARRIAGE LICENSES CRESCO, April 30.--Marriage li- enses were issued at the office of Miss Ruth Woodard, clerk of the ourt, Cresco, to Joseph F. Kubecek, 0, Lime Springs, and Marie Liska, of Montreal, Canada; Burton Barth, 27, and Nora Malek, 25, both f Cresco; Theodore G, Vaala, 60, Saude, and Lydia E. Heimerdinger, 30, of Paris township, Howard coun- ·y- _ , . . . . · GORACZKOWSKI-HAJSMAN SWEA CITY, April 30.---Miss rene Haisman was married at St. Mary's Catholic church at Armtrong to Stanley Goraczkowski, by he Rev. Joseph Wolf. Attendants were Miss Lillian Haisman and Waler Goraczkowski. They will live on a farm in Eagle township. HEADS WOMEN VOTER MARGUERITE M. WELLS of Minneapolis was selected as president of the National League of Women Voters at the organization's B o s t o n convention. (Associated Press Photo). Young Democratic Club Will Sponsor Program, Card Party The Mason City unit of the Young Democratic club will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Luke Miller-Sterling building for a program and card party. The program will include singing and monologs by Ed and Don Helbling. lards will be played and refreshments served. The affair is open to all who are interested. MASON CITY UNIT INVITED TO MANLY The Manly unit of the American Region auxiliary has invited the Mason City unit to attend the county meeting which will be held ;here Tuesday evening, according to Mrs. F. R. Mahaffey, president of ;he local unit. B.P.W.Club Entertains Collegians R e s e a r c h and Education Committees Sponsor Program, Tea. Nineteen Hamilton college girls were guests of the Mason City Business and Professional Women's club at a tea Sunday afternoon at the P. G. and E. sponsored by the education and research committees of the club. The program opened with musical selections by Mrs. W. B. McClellan who played several xylophone numbers, accompanied by Miss Irene Bailey. Mrs. McClellan played "Sleepy Hollow Tune" by Richard Kountz, "Marg'ellan" by Gault, "My Regards" by Llewellyn, "Tether Machree,". "La Golondrina" and "Old Spinning Wheel." "Women in the Twentieth Century, their Political, Social and Economic Activities" by Sophronisba P. Breckenridge was reviewed by Miss Eleanor McLaughlin. Mrs. Dora E. Liesveld, chairman of the research committee, announced the program and Miss Eva Scott, chairman of the education committee, welcomed the guests to the meeting. Following the program, tea was served. Mrs. Julia Potts, president of the club, and Miss Lenore GuJ- branson. vice president, poured. The committee in charge included the Misses Martha Ekhart, Selma Carlson, Anna Swanson and Mrs. C. E. Blanchard. During the tea hour Mrs. McClellan played xylophone numbers. MRS. LILA S. WALSH HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. A. Wayne Bouch, 320 East State street, entertained at an informal bridge party in honor of Mrs. Lila Stott Walsh of New York, formerly of Mason City. The guests who included old friends of Mrs. Walsh were Dr. Madelene Donnelly, Mrs Enoch A. Norem, Mrs. S. Greene, Mrs. Dorothy C. Sinclair. Mrs. Lynian Hams, Mrs. Max Riley, Mrs. Will Conley, Miss Marie Manusos, Miss Dorothy Ransom, Mrs. E. D. Dunlop and Mrs. W. L. Finnegan. New Face Powder Stays On Longer If you have large pores use a 'ace powder that will not clog them. 4. new" French process called MEL- jO-GLO makes the skin look young, stays on longer, furnishes a youth- ! ul bloom, does not irritate the skin or make it look pasty or flaky. Spreads smoothly. Try this new wonderful Face Powder MELLO- 1LO. 50c and $1. BARTH-MALEK- CRESCO, April 30.--Miss Nora Malek, daughter of Mrs. John Ma-1 lek, and Burton Bavth, son of Mr. i and Mrs. L. P. Earth, all of Cresco, | were married by the Rev. J. P. Wag- i ner, pastor of St. Joseph's church, Cresco. They will make their home { in Cresco where Mr. Earth is associated with his father in the publication of the Howard County Times. PENNIES worth DOLLARS MERCHANDISE at the ORIGINAL ONE CENT SALE THE ONE YOU HEAR BROADCAST OVER THE RADIO 1 ! 4 Big Days May 2»3"4*5 CASEY DRUG CO. 335 S. 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