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April 23, 1936

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

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E , GHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 23 jg§ 1936 · B. L L. DINNER GIVEN AT PARISH HALL FOR P. E. O. MEMBERS 't Chapter DZ Members Are Entertained Husbands Give Annual Party for Wives at St. Johns. Members of Chapter DZ P. E. O. were guests at the annual B. I. L. dinner given by their husbands Wednesday evening at the St. John parish hall. Ralph Stanhery presided as master of ceremonies during the program which followed the dinner. Talks were given by Mrs. E. H. Wagner, president of chapter DZ, and by Mr. Wagner, Herman Knudson and the Rev. A. S. Carlson. Beverly Dearjie Billman and Huth vanderwicken gave dance numbers. Roger Downing sang and Barbara Scott played piano selections. W. A. Storer introduced his new method of teaching how to play musical instruments, Don McPeak, Mr. Carlson, Max Kissick and Earl Ehiers, none of whom lad ever played a musical instrument before, ·were put under Mr. Storer's instruction and within a half hour were able to perform in a creditable manner for the assemblage. The committee on arrangements included F. F. Potter, Frank Currie and Franz Hathaway. Miss Alice J. Cairy Weds James Krogman WHITTEMORE--A.wedding took place at St. Michael's Catholic church Tuesday morning at o'clock when Miss Alice June Cairy daughter of Mrs. Alice R. Cairy became the bride of James Krogmeier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krogmeier of Fort Madison, the Rev. William Veit, officiating. Miss Guinivere Kelley sang during mass accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Fleming Miss Mary Anita Cairy, sister of the bride, and Tom Enderle were the attendants. Following the ceremony at the church a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother and breakfast was served to about 30 guests. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Fort Madison where Mr. Krogmeier is in partnership with his father in the dairy business. LENGTHEN THE LIFE OF YOUR F U R S . . . BY HAVING THEM CLEANED, STORED AND REPAIRED BY THE Weddin^ Told Mr. and Mrs. George Long, southwest of Mason City, announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy, Faye, to Laurence Richard Tatman, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tatman of Lineville, on April 19 at the First Methodist Episcopal church of" .Des Moines, with the Rev. James Brett Kenna officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tatman of Des Moines, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, were attendants of the couple. The bride wore pale pink with white accessories and her attendant wore gray with purple accessories. Mrs. Tatman was graduated from the Clear Lake high school in the class of 1932 and is secretary for Attorney T. G. McDermott of Mason City. Mr. · Tatman graduated from the Lineville high school in 1931 and is at present engaged in farming. (Russell Photo, Kaye- nay Cut) Miss Florence Rohr Hostess to Rainbow Girls at Jefferson Miss Florence Rohr, newly elected mother advisor for the Rainbow Girls, acted as hostess at a dinner for about 30 girls in the Jefferson Amber room Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock. The rainbow theme was carried out in the place cards, nut cups and napkins. Miss Rohr presented the past worthy advisors, Elizabeth Ann Sronson, Mae Grace Spuhler, Mildred Van Every, Marjorie Wood and ttary Duncan. Miss Spuhler is also a jrand station.' Jane Towsan, a new nember, was introduced as were Dorothy Severson and Maxine Hull whose petitions to join are in. Mildred Kluck and Pearl Rohr, two new members of the board of iirectors, were presented. After dinner, the girls played bunco with high score prizes going to Jane Townsan and low to Dorothy Severson. Members from Manly, Clear Lake and Mason City were present. References Compiled in State Study [owa Federation of Women's Clubs Observes History Week. "Know your own state," the theme of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs is especially stressed during Iowa history week which is being observed now. As a part of the federation work in the Iowa history division, Mrs. George A. Blake of Charles City, chairman of the division, has compiled a list of 100 references to be used in the study of Iowa. The suggested outline for study which Mrs. Blake has prepared includes beginnings, geology and topography of Iowa, earliest inhabitants, early explorers, when Iowa belonged to Europe, early forts, Indian leaders, pioneer settlements, fur 'trade, boundary questions, under territorial government, how Iowa became a state, capitals in Iowa, different settlements, growth of agriculture and industry, trans portation and highways, government and politics. Political Records. Government and political records, progress of education and culture, Iowa's war record, churches in Iowa, state institutions, courts of Iowa, places of interest, famous persons .from Iowa, Iowa's 25 year plan complete the outline. The books on the reference list are "History of Iowa" by Gue, "Iowa" by Brigham, "A Narrative History of the People of Iowa" by Harlan, "History of the People of Iowa" by Cole, "Applied History" by Shambaugh. "The Book That Gave Iowa Its Nome," "Iowa Stories" by Aurner, "Iowa, the First Free State in the Louisiana Purchase" by Salter, "The Making of Iowa" by Sabin, "The Story of Iowa" by Christensen, "Story of Iowa" by Wallace, "Early Days in Iowa" by Drury, "Life of the Blackhawk," "In Cabins and Sod Houses" by Macbride, "OIci Fort Crawford and the Frontier" by Manhan, "Ten Years on the Iowa Frontier" by Ingham, "Iowa History as Told in Biography" by Swisher and Erbe, "Stories of Iowa for Boys and Girls" by Mahan and Gallagher, "loway to Iowa" by Richman, "Two Hundred Topics in Iowa History" by Peterson. :.. ... . .-. Iowa and the Nation. "Exploring the History of Iowa" by Erig-gs, "Iowa History Outline" by Johnson and Buckingham, "Iowa and the Nation" by Chandler and Cherny, "Our Dyaye and Nation" by Guthridge, "Iowa History, Civics and Citizenship" by Morris, "The Geography pit Iowa" by Lees and "Geography" of Iowa" by Brigham and MsFarlane, "Iowa State Geography" by Atchison. "Government of Iowa" by Gor- Masculine Attire Inspired These Cleverly Designed Vest-Like Blouse s; Three From One Pattern. This is the Month - This is the Place for Nowhere in town can you do better on your furniture needs. It's a broad statement, but our lower overhead and buying facilities make it possible. We back it up with the newest of quality merchandise . . . wtih convenient credit terms . . . with a most dependable service. Be thrifty--be wise, see our values and economize! VETERANS BONUS QUT OF TH WAV WUT KSS TO PAY* VLEI5.-HYAN FURNITURE CO. 29 SCOND STKT S.. Three "Weskits" for Your Suit GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City , by DIANA DAY Here are three "weskits," inspired by smart men's fashions. They "will practically make a new costume out of your suit or sports skirt for you. These tempting little "weskits" will be difficult to resist, inasmuch as they involve such a small expenditure and so little time to make. You'll find the collarless model most comfortable 'neath your suit. It may be wool, linen or pique. The double breasted model is sportsy in plaid, striped or plain bold colors in wool. The single-breasted model, a classic type with shirt collar, is a favorite in white or pastel pique. Style No. 2806 includes all three models. Designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. For requirements see pattern envelope. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to stata size you wish. The spring fashion book costs ten cents. Send for your copy today. Book and pattern together twenty- five cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY ack, "Text and Work Book in Iowa History" by Brings, "Iowa History Work Book" by Wallace, "My Progress Book in Iowa History" by Nick- in. "History of Education in Iowa" by Aurner, "Legal and Political Status of Women in Iowa" by Galaher, "Blue Book of Iowa Women" y Reeves, "Iowa and the Rebellion" by Ingersoll, "Story of the 186tK Infantry" by Taber, "Iowa in War rimes" by Byers, "Iowa Chronicles of the World War" by Hansen^'The American Legion in Iowa" by Jwisher, "The Third Party Movement in Iowa Since the Civil War" y Haynes, "Trails, Rails and War" jy Perkins, "Welfare Work in Iowa" by Hansen, "The Red Cross in Iowa" by Fullbrook, "Food Administration n Iowa" by Pollock, "True Tales of : owa" by Peterson and Rule, "Antique Dubuque" by Hoffman, "The Spirit Lake Massacre" by Teakle, "The Sinclairs of Old Fort Des Moines" by Brigham, "The British in Iowa" and "The Hollanders in Towa" by Van der Zee. Quakers in Iowa. "The Quakers in Iowa" by Jones, "John Brown Among the Quakers and Other Stories" by Richman, "Amana That Was and Amana That Is" by Bertha Shambaugh, "History of Iowa City" by Benjamin Shambaugh, "Early Algona" by Cowles, "Literature of Pioneer Life in Iowa" by Mott, "Iowa Authors and Their Works" by Marple, "Book of Iowa Authors" by Brigham, "Iowa Poets" by Harrison, "Iowa, O Iowa" by Garland, "The Making of a Great Race" by Steiner, "I Remember, I Remember," by Cole. "Some Historic Spots in Iowa" by Swisher, "Pageantry for Iowa Communities" Hurley, -County and Local Histories and Biographies." "Abridged History of Iowa," "Prominent lowans," "Pilgrims of Iowa" by Douglas. "Iowa Early Iowa and Growth of Western Iowa" by Rodd, "Some Winter Days in Iowa" by Lazell, "Iowa As It is in 1856" by Parker. Other Publications. Publications of the Iowa Historical society, biographies of important lowans. the Iowa Official Register, publications of the Iowa printing board and reports of the Iowa Geological society are included. "in addition to observing Iowa history week, the federation's program stresses the promotion of historical rooms, compile historical records of high schools, and of federated clubs, write and promote county historical pageants, publish articles on local history, donate to libraries books on Iowa history and by Iowa authors, encourage historical paintings and photographs, exhibits of pioneer pictures, maps, films, and the like, and the distribution of "Prairie Chronicles," the historical map of Iowa. Now is the Time to Plant Grass Seed and Shrubs Phone 55 KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSES 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.-7:45 o'clock, Moose hall. Mrs. Ed Deeny, chairman, card party. Immanuel Luther league-S o'clock, church, Dora and Arthur Petersen, Thorwald and Edith Nielsen. Lincoln P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school. 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. FRIDAY Baptist division 3-.Mrs.. A. .J. Clark, 624 Third street northeast. St. John's Guild-1 o'clock, Mrs. A. H. Kohl, 807 Washington avenue northwest, Mrs. F. H. Cotton, hostess. Our Saviour's Dorcas aid-2 o'clock, Mrs. J. L. Snyder, 109 Twenty-eighth street southwest. Harmony Guild-Congregational church; Mrs. H M. Knudson, Mrs. F. L. Hudson Mrs. R. W. Mellem, Mrs. C. E Burrets, hostesses, Mrs. W. H Erickson, devotions. Wilson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Christian Workers-Group 1, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. R Fistler, 521 Sixteenth stree southeast; group 2, 2:30 o'clock Mrs. Shadrach Morgan, 42 Adams avenue northwest; grou; 3, 2:30 o'clock. Belle Farmer, 42 East State street; group 4, 12:3 o'clock, Mrs. T. O. Olson, 22 Second street northwest, pot luc! luncheon; group 5, 2:30 o'clock Mrs. Earle Sheka, 703 Eleventh street northeast, Mrs. Ford Frick assisting; group 6, 2:30 o'clock Mrs T. E. Simkins, 724 Ninth street northeast. Methodist Ladies aid- Group 1, 1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Her bert Winterm, 31 Fourteenth street northeast; group 2, o'clock, Mrs. R. D. Austin, 32 East State street: group 3, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ada Felt, 132 Secon street northwest; group 6, o'clock, Mrs. A. L. Schmitt, Nint street southeast; group 7, o'clock, Mrs. F. K. Preston, 31 Rhode Island avenue southeast group 8, 1 o'clock, Mrs. E. D. Zea S12 Madison avenue northwest group 9, 1 o'clock, Mrs. A. L Briar, 226 Seventh street north east; group 10, Mrs. Lloyd Geer 221 Fourteenth street northeast. Women's Labor Bureau-7 o'clock, Labor temple. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock. Moose hall, card party, refreshments. ^... t WA-TAN-YE CLUB MEETS FOB DINNER Wa-Tan-Ye club met at the Hanford hotel Wednesday evening for dinner. The center of the table was decorated with a small pink and green parasol from which fe!l an "April Shower" of cellophane rain. Favors were mints protected from the rain by Japanese parasols and the place cards were Japanese Ian- terms. The evening was spent playing games. The announcement was made for a meeting at the hotel at 7:30 next Monday evening and the May breakfast the next Friday at 7 o'clock. KNOX-HEINMILLER NEW HAMPTON--Miss Lenora Heinmiller and Leallen Knox were married at St. Paul's Lutheran parsonage here Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. William Engelka, pastor. The bride "is a daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. Benjamin Heinmiller. The ' bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Knox. They will live on a farm 26Youth Clubs Are Started in Iowa by D. A. R. WASHINGTON, UP--Mrs. Clyde E. Brenton of Des Moines, Iowa egent, reported to the annual con- ·ention of the Daughters of the American Revolution Thursday that 26 sons and daughters clubs with membership of 1,779 have been organized in Iowa during the last r ear. "These new clubs," Mrs. Brenon said, "make a total of 357 with a membership of .4.856 boys and irls. 'A youth activity in every hapter" has been our slogan. "To further youth training in the onservation of natural resources, owa daughters are co-operating vith other organizations in the formation of a wild life federation to jrotect Iowa's wild life in general." Mrs. Brenton said 800 trees were ilanted in the Iowa D. A. R. forest at Lake View last year and .hat one new chapter was organized at Cedar Rapids. Tis Love That Makes World Go Round at Ames AMES--Love and affection are more important influences in the ives of Iowa State college coeds .ban beauty, a recent survey among a group of students in home man- igement courses indicates. The girls were asked to rate a ist of 12 factors named by women nterviewed recently by a women's magazine as of most influence in heir lives. These women placed beauty first and'love and affection econd. Students rated love and af- ection first, and health second. Both placed economic security in third place. Youth was named as fourth most mportant to the women, while the o-eds considered it in ninth posi- ion. Religion was given twelfth ilace on both lists. The order of rating given by the o-eds was as follows: Love and af- ection, health, economic security, ome, children, beauty, outside ;vorld', fashions, youth, recreation, iesire to serve others, religion. The rder given by the women surveyed was: Beauty, love and affection, conomic security, youth, health, hildren, fashions, home, outside world, recreation, desire to serve others, and religion. "Marinate" means to soak in a quid. To marinate apples in lem- n juice for a waldorf salad, lay lem in a shallow dish containing wo tablespoons of lemon juice. OROTHY BOONSXKA ONOBED AT PICNIC Miss Dorothy Boonstra, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. P. Boonstra, 433 econd street northeast, was hon- red at a surp lg i se weiner roast in pring park Wednesday evening in jservance of her birthday. The 24 guests gathered at the home of BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. W. P. Essex, 715 Washing:on avenue southwest, has returned ·rom Omaha where she has been irisiting for some time. Jj: * * Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Clausen, 142 Eleventh street southwest, and Mrs Pat Toland of Waterloo have been called to Protivin by the sudden death of their nephew, Julius Send 17 years old. * * * Miss Betty Ruth Krebs, 412 First street northwest, plans to leave Sat urday for Washington, D. C., where she will begin her work in a new government position to which she has just been appointed. CLEANING TOPIC FOR HOUSEHOLD EMPLOYES Household employes class met a the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday evenin for a lesson on general cleanin, and making beds with Mrs. L. A Moore in charge. The correct meth ods of cleaning and caring for rugs draperies, walls, floors and furni ture was discussed. Edith Rice, Isa bell Rouen, Miriam Ingraham an Gertrude Decker were appointed t write a skit to be presented at th last meeting of the class May 4 The next lesson on dealing with chi' dren will be Harrison W. C. A. on given by Mrs. G. Monday at the at Marshall Swifts. Protect your FURS in our new, modern, cold storage vault. Phone 788 WIFE PRESERVERS 15 Kindergartners ' Examined at Annual Jefferson Round Up Summer roundup campaign at Jefferson school began Wednesday morning when 15 kindergarten children were examined at the school by Dr Madelene Donnelly. Miss Hattie Lymenstahl and Mrs. W. H. Stewart were the nurses in charge. Mrs George Senn. chairman of the campaign, Mrs. Paul Davison and Mrs. Ralph Schoffman assisted with the children. The campaign is sponsored by the P. T. A- All kindergarten children were examined and defects will be corrected before their entrance into the first grade in the fall. The majority of those examined were found to be immunized against diphtheria and small pox. Phyllis Bemis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bemis, 917 Georgia avenue northeast. Miss Alieen Childers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Childers, Indianhead farm, assisted Miss Bemis. Gifts were presented to the honoree. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 eOUKTKSY AND SATISFACTIOH WITH «VE«T VUKHASE GIRLS' FROCKS | Little sisters' Wash Frocks in dozens and dozens of new styles, at ages 2 to 12 years. Every new guaranteed quality fabric is here, shown in colors and patterns most pleasing. Mothers will be delighted with the fit and quality of these dresses at-$1.00 $1.98 $2.95 GIRLS' COATS All styles and for all ages. Swaggers and fitted models in types becoming the ages from 6 to, -14 years. Smart trimmings and color combinations. Quality fabrics in almost every weave. Priced at only-- an ^ up Blouses Tailored . Frilled . Tucked . .Pleated , $1.91 and $2.95 / Because this year you are wanting blouses in bunches to do so many interesting things to your suit -- we have them by the dozens. New, clever, original models -- matchless styling. Silks, georgettes and co'ttons. Wide selection of colors. All sizes. "SEE YOU TOMORROW" CENTRAL LUTHERAN LADIES SUPPER Tonight (Thursday) 5 to 7:30 p. m. Delicious Home Cooked Food. Prompt Service. Everybody Invited'. You Are invited to Attend . . . A FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: THE SCIENCE 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 ond Third Street Northwest

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