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iSIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 M 1937 - t VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES IN STORE FOR MASON CITYANS Department Plans Last of Meetings Business Women Prepare for National Observance of Week. MicUyay through March is a busy time in Mason City with a variety of programs and meetings being planned. The literature department of the Woman's club will conclude its activities for the season Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the library assembly with a program of two book reviews. Mrs. G. E. Harrison and Mrs. Frederick Beck Will be the speakers and then- books will be Malvina Hoffman's "Heads and Tales" and "The Diary of'Samuel Pepys." The opening of national business women's week on Sunday will ·mark the beginning of a series of activities for the Business and Professional Women's club. On Sunday the club will attend services at 10:30 o'clock at the Congregational church. In the afternoon a tea will be given at the home of Lora Bishop. On Thursday the club will have a current events luncheon at the Cerro Gordo hotel -and a dinner at the Hanford with Miss Helen Bennett of Chicago as speaker. Dr. T. E. Davidson has called a meeting of the women's club representatives on the committee for the control of cancer for Tuesday evening-at 8 o'clock in the . new city hall. Tlie end of the week will be one of activity for the Parent- Teacher associations s i n c e · U brings the convention of the north central district to Mason City. MANY W O R R I E S ABOUT SON WHO STEALS MONEY BITS ABOUT 'EM Merle Potter and daughter, 149 Crescent drive, Mrs. W. H. Board, 1417 Virginia avenue northeast, Mrs. B. S. Potter, 655 East State street, and E. A. Potter of Plymouth left Friday for Brookings, S. Dak., to attend the funeral of Delbert Potter there Saturday. Mr. Potter who died at Mission, Texas, was a brother of Mrs. Board/Mrs. Sam Booth, B. S. Potter and E. A. Potter. * " . » . » Miss Isabelle Ellis, 212"% North Federal avenue, has Charleston, 111., where left she for called by the death of an aunt. * · * Miss Rachel Thiel " a n d ; Miss Mynnic Bruriner of Your Be'auty Shop left for Des Moines Saturday to attend a hairdressers' convention at the Hotel Fort Des Moincs, They will return Monday. * s c Mrs. John Senneff, 9 Beaumont drive, accompanied by her son-in- law End daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wright Percival of Des Moines, arrivrd here Saturday after a visit with them in Des Moines. They will spend the week-end here. SUNBEAM CLASS IS ENTERTAINED Members of the Sunbeam class of the Free Methodist Sunday school were entertained at the Itome of their teacher, Mrs. Leon C. Thomas, 812 Third street southwest at a'class pai-ty Friday afternoon. Games were played and refreshments were served. St. Patrick's decorations were used. --o-ROOSEVELT-JACKSON BOARD AT MEETING Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. executive board met at the home of Mrs. H. E. Wood, 235 Nineteenth street, southeast, with Mrs. K. E. Griffith /assisting, to make plans for the Tuesday night meeting which will take place at Roosevelt school. DR. GARRY C. MYERS, PH. D. : Many letters come to me about children from ten to fourteen who steal'from one or both parents. Most stealing begins, of course, at home, and often in the home of very conscientious parents. "Dear Mr. Myers: I have bef^ reading your column on children for a number of years and have found it very helpful. 1 have a boy of 12 who just cannot seem t'j leave money alone which does not belong to him. I have 1 punished him by whipping, I have kept him in .away from other children, I have kept him home from movies. I have given him money at times. Ordinary People. "We are just ordinary people. My husband does not make a larv: salary, and-with other children, I cannot give him a lot of money. This boy took a $20 bill from me last summer and spent all but 95 cents in one day, and at other times has taken a dollar and lots of change. Now, Dr. Myers, you may think 1 leave temptation in his way. I carry my purse with me most of the time, and at night put it under my pillow, and I am a very light sleeper, but early in the mornnig he comes into the room and takes it out without my knowing it. I have tried locking it up but he seems to find a key that will unlock whatever I put the money into. "If I catch him with the money before he gets out to spend it I can gtt it away from him, but so many times he spends it before I miss it. I am really at my wits' end .to know what to do. He ;es to 'Sunday school every Sunday, and he pl.iys with very nice boys.'.' Different Attitudes. You cannot hope to solve this boy's problems by your present methods. The more you try to catch him and to punish him when caught, the more practice he has at finding new ways to steal from you and to avoid apprehension. Your hope is in cultivating in him a different attitude toward you--a task not at all easy, since you naturally have acquired strong emotion over the matter. For a few days, while you are trying to build up new relationships, it might be well to have no money in the house at night. Leave it with a neighbor. Put him on a small allowance at once. Try to create a few extra jobs for which he car. earn some money he can do with about as he pleases, within reason. Never bring up the past. You and Dad try to express more real affection for him. Make his playrnstes welcome to your home. Play up his good traits. Help him find more enjoyment from doing things he thinks worth-while. Take your close friends in on your plan to help this child feel he counts for something. Once he feels worthy, feels himself an important member of a family that love and enjoy one another, he will lose his desire to deceive and to steal. Good luck! Will Guide Woman's Club for Two Years Newly elected-officers of the Mason City Woman's club who .will be installed at the May meeting of the board are Mrs. Hanford MacNider; president; Mrs. W. B. Casey, recording secretary; Mrs. J. C. Stoddard, financial secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Long, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. L. R. Roberts, director. Mrs. Roberts is the retiring president of the club. (Photo of Mrs. MacNider by Wright) MRS. L. R. ROBERTS "MRS. KENNETH LONG Social Calendar MONDAY U. G. L. club--. Mis. Roger Kirk, 710 Carolina Avenue northeast, Mrs. A. J. Feeney, lesson. B. P. Kensington-2 o'clock, Mrs. Ben Murray, JACKETTES TROTTEURS SCARFS See Our Latest Spring Styles SCIIEIDINGER-ROSENSTOCK DUMONT-- Miss Bertha Rosenstock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rosenstock, was married Saturday at the Evangelical parsonage at Ft. Dodge to Roy" Scheidinger of Jolley by the pastor, the Rev. H. C. Brunemeier, a former Dumont and Mason City pastor. Mrs. Scheidinger taught school four years at Jolley after her graduation from the Dumont high school, two years at Kesley and last fail at Alexander. They have begun housekeeping at Jolley where he is being employed in a garage and as an oiltruck driver. GEORGE THOMPSON HONORED AT PARTY George Thompson, 1108 South Federal avenue, was honored at a birthday party given Friday evening at his home. Bridge was played at four tables with high score prize going to Mrs. William Griebling and John Gravelie and low to Mrs. Gravelie and Harry Thome. A gift was presented to Mr. Thompson. -- o -- . . . " . . U. S. STAMP CLUB HOLDS MEETING ............... Members of the United States Stamp club met. at .the home of Clifford Rice, 220 Twenty-seventh street southwest. The time was spent in trading stamps and getting books read for the hobby show to be held at the Y. M. C. A. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served by the host's mother. The next meeting will be at Donald Lyman's home. -- o -MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT OSAGE OSAGE -- Licenses have been issued here to Kenneth Warrington, 20, and Virginia Benson, 19, Osage; Adolph Hawkins, LeRoy, Minn., and Claribel Benson, Little Cedar; Ralph Hallman, 25, Ausin, Minn.. and Martha Quindt, 20, St. Ansgar. ^ Get ready for the Sprjng and Easter. Parade -- Have your clothes Cleaned and Dyed Here . . . then you'll look and feel dressed up. Send us your Easter cleaning and dyeing now. Phone 396 for pick-up and delivery service. ason City Dyers Cleaners 1401 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY 843V!; Second street northwest. Midland club- Postponed. Monday club-Postponed to March 22. Child Study club-Mrs. V. D. Nelson,' 323 Kentucky avenue southeast, tea, program, Mrs. S; Morgan; Mrs. H.'V." MacGregor. . ' ' Twentieth Century club-Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley, Mrs.'J. E. McDonald, Mrs. H. C. Friesner, · Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. H. M. Witwer, spring spread. Ujro Igo club-6:30 o'clock, Miss Clare Smith, 428 Fourth street southeast. Madison C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school. Joyce Kilmer club-Mrs. I. R. Weaver, G29 Ninth Ninth street northeast, Mae Dugan, Louise Edwards, hostesses, Evelyne West, Katherine Bailey, current events; lesson, "America and Her Music--American Opera," Mrs. Dan Fan-ell. Y. M. F. class-7:30 o'clock, Church of Christ kid parly. Garfiold C. S. G.-7:30 o'clock, school. Y. \V. C. A. board-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Women of the Moose-7 o'clock, Moose hall, drill team practice. Women Catholic Foresters-8 o'clock, Mrs. A. White, 124 Fifteenth street northwest. Degree of Honor lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall. TUESDAY W. R. C. Social circle-V. F. W. hall, all day quilting meeting, pot luck luncheon. W. M. T, club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Lulu Richardson, 202 Tenth street 'northwest. Rcbckalis-- 2 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, card party, Mrs. G. H. McKague, hostess. Matinee Musicale-Mrs. C. L. Marston, 710 Carolina avenue northeast. ·/ Legion and Auxiliary-6:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., pot luck supper. Triple T club-7 o'clock, Eadmar hotel, Mrs. L. J. Folsom, hostess. White Shrine-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, · stated meeting, election of officers, refreshments. Committee on Control of Cancer-8 o'clock, new city hall. Immanuel W. M. S.-3 o'clock, Mrs. Oscar Larson, 100 Georgia avenue northeast. Moose lodge-8 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Junior Had.issali-- 8 o'clock, Jewish Community center. WEDNESDAY Queen or Clubs-1 "o'clock, Home Tea room. O. T. T. club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. O. S. Norstad, hostess. Coterie club-I o'clock, Mrs. John Balfanz, II River heights, Mrs. E. J Patton assisting. Calvary Home missionary society-1 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Kennedy, 1S23 Monroe avenue northwest. P. E. O. chapter GN-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. I. G. Schoc- maker, 722 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Mrs. W. S. Wil- cox, Mrs. B. H. Brett, hostesses; Mrs. E. F. Vincent, lesson. Owcso club-1:15 o'clock,Mrs. Ivan Barnes 708 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. McKinlcy C. S. C.-- 2o'clock, school, "The Family and Community Health," Miss Hattie Lymenstahl, Our Saviour's Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs Peter Erickson, hostess. Freeman Ladies aid-2 o'clock, Mrs. Harry Helm 1225 : : President avenue northwest. · . ' , · . · ' . : . . . · ' · ,, . . St. Katherinc's Guild-2 o'clock, MacNider parish hall Mrs. Earl Moore, Mrs. C. G Maudsley, hostesses. P. E. O. Chapter DZ--. 2:30 o'clock, Miss Minnie McCammond, 602 Adams avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. T. J Bracken. Wa-Tan-Yc chili-6:45 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Harding; C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, "Family and Community Health," Mrs. EC Purcell, "Diary o£ a Suburban Housewife," Mrs. W. D. Thraras L. A. to B. of U. T. ..7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. .. ,. THURSDAY B. P. \V. Current events group-12 o'clock, Cerro Gordo hotel. Hanford Ladies aid--· · 1 o'clock, Mrs. John Hcinsel- mnn, luncheon for husbands. O. T. O. cltib-- 2 o'clock, Mrs. T. O. Olson, Crane apartments. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. C. Buehler, Mrs. M. Ferman, hostesses. R. N. A. Health' club-. 2 o'clock, Moose hall, Mrs. Edith Kipp, chairman. St. James Ladies aid-2 o'clock, division 1, Mrs. Olga Tobsing, 413 Carolina avenue southeast, division 2, Mrs. H. Zirbel, near Emory. Immanuel N. E. division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Henry Herfindahl, 314 Indiana avenue southeast. Athenian club-Mrs. N. J. Moreland, 409 Fifth street southeast, current events, Mrs. J. A. Senneff, Mrs. H. G. Weber, lesson, Mrs. S. C. Deyoe. Internes club-Mrs. Paul Loomis, 713 Twelfth street northeast. Portland W/C. T. U. Mrs. A. M, Avery, "Averydale." Trinity Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. A. Almkov, Mrs. M F Zack, Mrs. L. P. Vermedahl. L. U. G. A. club-Mrs. H. D. Siewertsen. Central Lutheran west group-parlors, 2:30 o'clock, church Mrs. S. Rivedal. Sorosis club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. W. Seevers, 602 Adams avenue northeast, Mrs. H. B. Hasbrouck, lesson. B. P. W. club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, public relations banquet. American Legion Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, 40 and 8'clubrooms. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Marie Moore, 105 Tenth street northwest. History club-1 o'clock, Mrs. E. H. Wagner, 40 Beaumont drive, Mrs. B A Webster, lesion. Immannel Luther league-8 o'clock, church, Thomas Boe, speaker. St. Jfamcs Friendship society--. 8 o'clock, church, Mr. and Mrs E. Bublitz, Mr. and Mrs. H. Thompson, serving. Women of the Moose-8 o'clock, Moose hall, nomination of officers. Girl Scout Committees Are Chosen Council Meeting Conductec by Mrs. Andrick at High 'School. Mrs. G. S. C. Andrick,, Gir Scout commissioner announced her committees at a meeting oi the Mason City Girl Scout council Friday evening at the high school. The meeting was one of those planned in recognition of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Girl Scouting. Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones \v aa named chairman of badges and awards with Mrs. T. L. Connor, Mrs. H. C. Johnson and Mrs. R! L. Jackson, assisting; Mrs. R. E Wiley and Mrs. R. V. Harris, cochairmen of camp, assisted by Mrs. Myron Stephenson and Mrs. H. W. .Conover; Mrs. F. C. Heneman, .finance,.-assisted by-Mrs. C O. Dawson and Mrs. H." .D. Makeever. Mrs. C. E. Burrets was named Juliette Low and scholarship chairman, Miss Tommy D. Priest and Miss Helen Fullerton, membership; .Mrs. W. Earl Hall, publicity, assisted by Mrs, R. W Baumgai-tner, Mrs. Frank Pearce and Mrs. Howard Barker, and Mrs. W. B. Casey, training and personnel, assisted by Mrs. G H Keister and Mrs. Lester Dibble. Mrs. H. D. Makeever will represent the Girl Scout council on the local committee for the Control of Cancer campaign. Officers on the .council are Mrs. Andrick, commissioner, Mrs Keister, first deputy commissioner; Mrs. Makeever, second deputy commissioner; Miss Fullerton secretary; and Mrs. Helen Houser' treasurer. --o-ACTIVITIES PLANNED AT MEETING AT Y. W. At the regular meeting of the Daughters of Union Veterans held Friday evening in the Y. W. C A. club rooms, plans for observing G A. R. day, April 6, and Appomattox day, April 9, were discussed and arrangements for interesting the public in these special days were made. Sunshine mothers were selected and one candidate was initiated. Mrs. S. A. Bemis, president of the.tent, was in charge of the meeting. MINNESOTA COUPLE IS MARRIED HERE Ervin Louis Born of Waseca, Minn., and Annola Shurson of New Richland, Minn., were married Friday evening at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. O L. N. Wigdnhl. They will live on a farm near Waseca. Novel club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Draper Long 1108 West Stale street, lesson Mrs. H. E. Romey. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, 1. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY Tuckabatchee class-1 o'clock, Mrs. B. A. McDonald, G45 Seventh street northeast Mrs. W. T. Sinnard, Mrs. H. Rheingans, Mrs. W. J. Barbour, Mrs. W- H. Davidson, hostesses. Congregational Women's Union-1 o'clock, church, group 5 serving. St. James division 3-2 o'clock, Mrs. H. Hciderich, 730 Fifteenth place northeast. Baptist Mission circle-Mrs. Alice Brown, 654 East State street, Mrs. John Wiley's group, lesson. Progressive club-Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause. Queen Kelickah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall SATURDAY Emmanuel Junior Missionary society-- 2 o'clock, church. Sunbeam Workers-2 o'clock, Our Saviour's church, Lorraine and Margaret Kittleson. Activities Are Planned by Mothers Minstrel Show and Operett to Be'Presented by Club. High School Music Mother club members are preparing t sponsor two dramatic-, presenta lions during March, the first o March 23, the Roosevelt Minstre show, and the second, March 3( an all children's operetta. The minstrel show with the original Roosevelt cast will be stage in the high school auditorium a 8:15 o'clock. Tickets will be sol by the cast, the high school ban and orchesra members and e Vance's music store. The all children's operetta, "The Wedding of the Flowers," will b( given Tuesday evening, March 30 in the high school auditorium un der the direction of Mrs. W. H Dresser, president of the loca club, with Miss Helen Carr, assist ing. The play consists of song and dance numbers in a woodland scene depicting the wedding o Miss Lily-o£-the Valley to Johnny Jump-Up with Jack-in-the-Pulpi as the officiating clergyman. Th(_ bridesmaid will be Miss Tulip while Dande Lion will act as bes man for the bridegroom. Othe flowers serve as ring bearer anc flower girls. Guests at the wedding includ.. members of the rose family, the violet, the forget-me-not, the sunflower, the daisy, the pansy, the daffodil and the blue-bell. Tickets are on sale at Vance Music Shop.--N. J. B. VOCATION W E E K PROGRAM ENDED AT HIGH SCHOOL Vocation week program at St Joseph school ended Friday morning with a speech by Rev. F. J McEnany and a unique program presented by girls selected from the high school. Father McEnany reminded the pupils of the priesthood and sis- lerhood of the satisfaction derived from doing hard work and doing it well. He explained to them thai every vocation, no matter what it is, requires a great deal of intensive study and hard work in school. ; ,The ; high .school girls .presented \ program in harmony with vocation week. Each girl was dressed ^o represent a person in one oi .he many vocations from which a girl may choose. Outstanding among these were Sarah Cannella, ^ouise Edcll and Mary Freudenberg. Miss Cannella was dressed as a bride in a white dress, with a long train held by two small train bearers, Gertrude Harvey and Mary Lou McLaughlin. Miss Edell was dressed in a complete ratechist's attire. Miss Frueden- Jerg represented a modern school :eacher interested in work among ;he small children. Patricia Bra- leny took the part of a mother while Catherine Poshusta dressed as a nurse. The prolog was recited by Patricia Meade and the epilog by Marguerite Dougherty Music, appropriate to the scene was played by Yvonne McGrane and Rozcllen Chilson, piano, and Mary Lukes, violin. --o-REPORT PRESENTED BY MRS. O. F. REPP Mrs. O. F. Repp gave a report of the special meeting of the department association, L. A. P. M., recently held at Des Moines at a meeting of Phoenix auxiliary No 25 Friday night, in the I. O. O. F. lall with Mrs. Frank V. Brose ^residing. Miss Dorathea DiercKs vas chairman of the social hour n the dining room with Canton Phoenix after the meeting. On ac- ount o£ the Hebekah convention at Osage on April 9, the Auxiliary vill not meet until April 23 and Mrs, G. H. McKague was named chairman of refreshments. WIFE PRESERVERS Add green peas--canned or resh cooked--to creamed tuna vhon you are serving it over toast. COMPLETE Speedometer and Wiper Service Central Auto Electric Co. 1*1]one -I!)I S3 1st St. S. Weds at Home Miss M a r g a r e t MeAuley, daughter of A. E. McAuley, 8 Adams avenue southwest, became the bride of Elmer N. Christian of.Cedar Falls at a ceremony performed Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at the home of her father, with the Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, officiating. Mr. Christian and his bride left immediately on a wedding trip to California, planning to stop at various points of interest enrdute. (Russell Photo) Mason City V o c a l i s t s Win Praise Cedar Falls Production of "Carmen" Applauded . by Audience. Mason Cityans who attended the icrformance of "Carmen" at Iowa -State Teachers college Friday evening in which two former. Mason City high school students, Mary Jean Crowell and Roger Downing, :ook leading roles were unanimous n their praise of the production. The performance was an all- jtudent production and the voices of the two Mason Cityans showed ;reat distinction and maturity. Mr. Downing was given the role of Sscamillio only three days before .he performance when the bari- :one cast in that part had. to give t up because of ineligibility. Mi- Downing was already cast as Morales, a minor role. Miss Crowell as Micaela sang the f a m o u s.. a r i a,. i'Micaela's,!'::...beautifully.«,,a-rid ; --::Mr. Jpwmng^yas excellent iri his interpretation of the "Toreador's mg." Among those who went to Cedar ' alls were Mr. and Mrs. L M Crowell, Mr. and .Mrs. L. J Down-' ng, Mrs. M. Zobel, Robert Crowell, Dr. R. F. Kunz, Don Kunz. Jean McArthur, Don Sobieske and Miriam Marston. » ' TRIPP-BURKLEY »^ C ^ EY -- The Carriage of Wiss Addie Marie Burkley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Burkey, and Harold F. Tripp, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tripp, was ·ead March 10 at the home o£ the Jride's parent-;, southwest of Geneva by the Rev. F. W. Wend- and, pastor of the First Evangelical church of Ackley. Carl Burkey, brother of the bride, and Miss Malinda Tripp, sister of the bridegroom, attended the couple. Mr and Mrs. Tripp will make their lome on the Tripp farm south of Macy. CHARLES CITY PAIR LICENSED TO WED NEW HAMPTON--Roy Gulick 22, and Clara Royal, 20, both of Charles City, were issued license to wed Friday. Tournament to Be Held atY.W.C.A. Badminton Players to Test Skill Beginning Monday. Badminton players at the Y. W. C. A. will test their skill in a tournament next week when contests m both doubles and singles will be held in the Y. gymnasium. Teams for doubles include Mrs. E. H. Wagner and Mrs. .Clayton Sutherland, one; Mrs. Howard Knesel and Mrs. M. W. Boomhower, .two; Mrs. H. L. Campbell and Mrs. Lloyd Barrett, three- Mrs. B. A. Webster and Mrs. H E ' Cunningham, four; Mrs. Wayne McGowan and Miss Louise Darland, five; Mrs. W. L. Nichols and Mrs. H. M. Knudson, six; Mrs H W. Conover and Mrs. Frank Pearne, seven; Mrs. H. D. Page and Mrs. Guy Blackmore, eight and Mrs. W. Earl Hall and Mrs. Howard O'Leary, nine. The first round will be played at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning by teams six and seven. Teams one arid two will play Tuesday morning at the same hour; team three and the winner at the first match, Wednesday morning; team five and the winner of the Tuesday match on Thursday and teams eight and nine on Friday morning Each team must lose two games to be eliminated from the tournament. The singles competition will be a round robin tournament beginning at 10:30 o'clock on Monday mormng when Miss Darland and Mrs. Cunningham will play. Mrs. Nichols and Mrs. Wagner are matched for Wednesday, Mrs Sutherland and Mrs. O'Leary' Friday; Miss Darland and Mrs. Nichols, March 22; Mrs. Sutherland and Mrs. Cunningham, March 24- Mrs. O'Leary and Mrs. Wagner March 26; Miss Darland and Mrs! Wagner, March 29, and Mrs Nichols and Mrs. Sutherland, Marcli 31, April games include Mrs. Cun- nmbhnm and Mrs. O'Leary April 2, Miss Darland and Mrs. Sutherland, April 3; Mrs. Nichols and Mrs. O'Leary, April 7; Mrs. Cun- nmghrjm and Mrs. Wagner, April 9; Miss Darland and Mrs. O'Learv April 12; Mrs. Nichols and Mrs! Cunningham, April 14; Mrs. Wagner and Mrs. Sutherland, April 16. I3TH B I R T H D A Y BE CELEBRATED American L e g i o n Auxiliary members are planning to entertain the Legion Tuesday in celebration of the eighteenth birthday of the Legion in Mason City. A pot luck dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening · ii , Y- M - c - A - and a Program will be presented at 8 o'clock. J. J. Burnett will speak on safety and Roy Johnson will tell of the first committee meeting preceding the organization of the Legion. Mrs. Roger Kirk will sing and there will be music by Paul Clausen and his accordion trio. COLLEEN BURGESS HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. W. L. Burgess entertained the first grade pupils of Jefferson school at a birthday party in honor of her daughter, Colleen, who was celebrating her seventh birthday. Games were played and with Miss Mary Melzer, first grade teacher, assisting in the entertainment. Gifts were presented to the honoree and refreshments were served by Mrs. Burgess assisted by Wava and Dorothy Burgess. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 COURTESY A N D SATISFACTION WITH EVERY P U R C H A S E D These Suits are Spring Successes m Others $14.95 to $29.95 \-i%*- - -' i Outstanding successes because they're feminine! From the mannish tailleur to .the dressmaker types, they achieve a new degree of flattery through softer details--charming to the last details. 'Men's wear fabrics in rich colorings. All sizes, 12 to 38. "SEE YOU TOMORROW (Monday)"

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