Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 16, 1937 · Page 10
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 16, 1937
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fe^^ii^Al^£i£i^K^£L^ -1 K n ,i *' ' T 't A r 4 f' ii \ ft F \ ! 5 EOT*aa?lffl«KiSS^ TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 · 1937 Minstrel Show Cast Members Are Guests at Party at School Members of the Hoosevelt-Jack- son minstrel cast were entertained at;. a' - party at Roosevelt school Monday; evening. During a short business meeting, it was announced that the minstrel show will be given again, March 23'in the high school auditorium, sponsored by the Music Mothers' club, . Balph Geer, who took the part of Stripped Gear in the show, played several piano selections and accompanied ' the group for assembly singing. Six members of the cast, Leslie Valentine, Paul Gustafson, Bob Burton, Mrs. E. C. Sullivan, Mrs. C. W. Billings and Al Church, put on a three act-comedy skit. Games were played and a lunch, prepared by the wives of the black face men's chorus, was served at the close of the evening. Why Laxaiives Fail In Stubborn Constipation Twelve to 24 hours is too long to wait When relief from clogged bowels and constipation is needed, for then enormous quantities of bacteria accumulate, causing GAS. indigestion and many restless* sleepless nights. If you want R E A L , QUICK RELIEF, ·take a liquid compound 'such as Ad* lenka. Adlerika contains SEVEN cathartic And carminative ingredients that act on the stomach and BOTH bowels. Most "overnight"- laxatives contain one ingredient that acts on VJB lower bowel only. Adlerika's D O U B L E ACTION eivei your system a thorough cleansing, bringing out old poisonous waste matter that may have caused GAS pains, sour stomach, headaches and sleepless - nights for months. - Adlerika relieves stomach GAS at once and, usually removes bowel congestion in f css than two hours. No Waitfna for overnight results. This famous treatment has been recommended by many doctors and drug- Ststs for 35 year*. Take Adlerika one- alf hour before breakfast or one hour before bedtime and in a short whilo you will feet marv clou sly refreshed, Huxtable Drug Co. Announcement Made of Autumn Wedding KANAWHA -- Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Thelma Rice and Lloyd Easier which took place Sept. 12, 1936, at Maryville, Mo. The Rev. E. V. Clark performed the ceremony. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Page, who recently moved from Kanawha to a farm near Clear Lake, was graduated from Britt high'school and Britt junior college. For the past three years she has been a teacher in a school west of Kanawha. The bridegroom, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. David Basler, formerly of Kanawha, was graduated from the Kanawha high school and was em- ployed'for several years at the Davis Brothers and Potter Grain company afDenhart. He is attending school at the Iowa State university at Iowa City, where they will li\{e. SUNDAY-MILLER D E C O R A H--Miss Maybelle Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller of Decorah, and Lester Sunday, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sunday, Decorah, were marked in the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. O. Sandbach. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Christopherson of Decorah, were the attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday will make their home in Decorah, where the former is employed. ENJOY . . . St. Patrick's Night at the CAVERN GOOD MUSIC 85 Vocalists From 9 Schools Will Sing Shown above are pupils from-nine elementary schools.--Central, Grant, Harding, Jefferson, Madison, IttcKinley, Monroe, Roosevelt and Wilson--who will give a half hour concert at 9 o'clock Friday morning in (he high school auditorium for the north central tlivision of the Iowa State Teachers association. Miss Mildred Jackson, supervisor of vocal music, will direct the youngsters. The chorus numbering: 85 will present a jrroup of Indian songs in three part harmony--"The Sun Worshipers." "We-nm," a lullaby of the Pueblo Indians. "From the Land of the Sky Blue Waters." and "By the Waters of Minrietonka." "The Sun Worshipers," a song belonging to the Zuni tribe of Indians, is a. prayer to the sun. It will he sung in unison with, a group of Central school children singing an echo part in canon from the second balcony. . In "We-um" the melody is the flute call with which the returning warrior signals his coming. The music of the lullaby is arranged by Thurlow Licurancc. "We-um" is a word that the Pueblo mother croons to her baby. Charles Wakefield Cadman arranged the music for "From the Land of the Sky Blue Waters," which is a tribal melody of the Omaha Indians. Margaret Kelroy Is Elected President of Women Foresters Officers were elected by the Women's Catholic Order of Foresters at a meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. A. White, 124 Fifteenth street northeast, when Miss Margaret Kelroy was named chief ranger. Mrs. Dan Sullivan was named vice'chief ranger; Mrs. Ben Brasser, financial secretary; Mrs. Paul Kelsh, recording secretary; and Mrs. Jimmy Coyle, treasurer. Miss Kelroy was named a delegate to the state convention to be held at Waterloo, May 17 and Miss Pauline Brasser was chosen alternate. The time was spent informally and prizes went to Mrs. Kelsh and Mrs. Sullivan. The next meeting will be with , Mrs. J. Schmall, April 18. THRIFTY-FIXERS ARE ENTERTAINED . Thrifty-Fixers 4-H club met at the home of Alice Sivwright for a program which included a discussion of "How to Choose Foods for a Well Balanced Meal" by Charleen Haight, "The Story of the Turkish March" by Marcele Stevens and a song by the club. Hefresments were served. The next meeting will be April 10 with Marcele Stevens. BOOK'FOSTER DRAWS 1 INTEREST AT LIBRARY "Books are the wells of the intellect. Would you drink from poisoned wells?" is the slogan on a poster beside the model of an old fashioned well made by : the students at Holy Family ; school and lent to the Mason City public library. The well is covered with crepe paper in stone design. The handle is taken from a furnace. The exhibit has been in the children's room, but the adults who visited that department were so in- Investiture Held by Girl Scouts at Washington School Girl Scout troop 4 had an investiture ceremony at its meeting Monday evening at Washington school. . · Margaret Gilman, Mary Ellen Patterson, Marjorie Thompson, Theo Marie Pickford and Dorothy Lytle were invested and Mrs. Carl Fick, local Girl Scout director, had charge o£ the candlelight ceremony. Plans were made for a candy sale to be held Friday and Saturday of this week and the remainder of the time was spent in singing Scout and camp songs, with Peggy Young, leader of patrol 1, in charge. __^ terested in it that it has been moved downstairs for everyone to enjoy for a few days.^ MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES OSAGE--Licenses have been issued here to Donald Stokes, 28, Mitchell, and Alice Robeson, 28, Osage; Artwin Hollatz, Rudd, and Esther Schuttler, Osage; Leo King, 32, Kasson, Minn., and Maybelle Schmidt, 23, Faribault, Minn. STOUT-WICHMAN ROWAN--S. F. Stout, who lives north of Rowan, was married to Mrs. Celia L. Wichman of Goldfield, March S at the M. E. parsonage by the Rev. J. E. Criston. Mr. Stout owns and operates a farm one mile north of Rowan, where the couple will be at home after March 25. ^:/^^jm fe^^V^^ v» .*-/ $ \ Wi \ * ^ ,, * # Spring on Parade is really "you at your loveliest . , . that's why we take such delight in it! It's the perfect background for YOU -to flaunt your finery . . . to step right up and take those admiring glances . . . those envied second looks. You'll do all that if you see DAMON'S Spring Parade first. ' "Kayser" GLOVES- It you prefer tailored gloves, here's the finest you can buy.': Beautiful Kayser slipons -- made of long-wearing, perfect- washing "Imperial' Leatherette" and tailored in the best Kayser manner. A bargain in tailoring at this price, New NECKWEAR s O O Crisp, dainty, frilly neckwear to complement any Spring dress or suit, Cleverly designed in organdy, pique, lace or georgette-- white or ecru. Whether-you desire a smart tailored style or a more frilly feminine style, you will find a variety of designs in every possible neckline. Spring BLOUSES Easter P U R S E S s l 9 5 and n |» Suedes! Zareb Fabrics! Genuine Leathers! Patent Leathers! And in fact most every type purse one would ' ever desire for that special Easter Ensemble. Navy, gray, beige, and a ·· glorious collection of bright colors especially recommended for Spring. BOUTONNIERES 59. , ' c \ anrt up Never before have flowers been as important in your Easter Wardrobe as this Spring! Never before have there been so many suggestive ways to wear these beautiful flowers! Either large or small Boutonnieres for suits, or large frilly flowers for matinee or evening wear. ASCOT SCARFS and up Tailored Linen Blouses with special "Gardette" underarm reinforcements! Also SiJk and Lace Blouses for dressy suits in the most glorious array of colors we have ever seen. See these beautiful blouses. Match them with your other Easter accessories! Pure dye silk scarfs In prints and bright plain colors. These beautiful scarfs are ideal for those special two- piece tailored suits to be worn in place of a blouse or over a blouse. See our choice selection tomorrow! MAIN FLOOR Dflmorvs MAIN FLOOR Former Mason City Girl Wins Honors in Kansas Celebrates 77th Birthday Mrs. Mary Hughes is pictured as she celebrated her seventy- seventh birthday Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant, 308 Second street southeast. Beside her are some of the many flowers which she received in recognition of the occasion. (Photo by Lock) ane Liesenberg Enrolled as Pre-Medic at College. Miss Jane Liesenberg, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Liesenberg of Kansas City, Mo., formerly of Wason City, has been singled out o£ the co-eds at Kansas State college at Manhattan, Kans., where she is a freshman for a number of honors. Most recently, Miss Liesenberg was named St. Patricia at the annual engineering students' St. Pat's prom. Roger Crow o£ Topeka, a junior in civil engineering, was elected St. Patrick, the patron saint of engineering. . Is Kappa Pledge. Miss Liesenberg is a Kappa Kappa Gamma pledge and is the Kappa representative to Panhel- lenic at Kansas. In the annual "Campus Orpheum," put on by fraternities and sororities. Miss Liesenberg played her accordion in the'-Kappa act which with Sigma Nil act was chosen best. Although she engages in many campus activities, Miss Liesenberg is occupied with the preparation for a career which she has dreamed since she was a child. She is enrolled as a pre-medical student at Kansas college. When she receives her bachelor of science degree from Kansas, she MISS JANE LIESENBERG ATTENTION BOYS GIRLS Bring in your Betsy Ross wrappers and exchange them for show tickets. This is the last week these wrappers will be exchangeable u n t i l further notice. The tickets you now have or will get this week are good any time. PFAFF BAKING CO. will enter a school o£ medicine to work for her doctor's degree. In High School. Miss Liesenberg completed her high school education in Kansas City, being graduated from the Westport high school where she was elected to the national honor society and was a member of the debate squad, the student council, the Speech-Arts club and the Pundit Literary . society. Miss Liesenberg started her education in the Mason City schools. In 1934 she attended the Kansas City Art institute Saturdays for about a year, but she gave up the study in favor o£ becoming a doctor. Miss Liesenberg is a granddaughter of Mrs. J. L. Liesenberg, 406 First street northeast, and a niece of Lloyd Liesenberg, 19 First street northeast. SCHAEFFERrHLLIBRIDGE R O C K WELL--Announcement was made Monday of the marriage of August Schaeffer and Miss Elaine Lillibridge, the ceremony taking place March 9. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Schaeffer, Wesley, and the bride a daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Hay Lillibridge of Rockwell. They will make their home on a farm southwest o£ Rockwell. Child Psychologist. When the school puts on a public program illustrating what the children actually do, we parents eagerly turn out in large numbers Recently it was the privilege oi Mrs. Myers and me to observe such a program at the Monticello junior high school, of Clevelanc Heights, Ohio--the most effective interpretation of the school to the home that I-have ever witnessed 'cfft Chapmans^ 44th SIMMONS Studio Exactly as Featured in Saturday Evening Post This Week Couch ^ ». opens to a bed in 2 easy motions ON CONVENIENT TERMS Simply Tilt Up Front to Open to a Bed There You Have Bedding Box THE "PULL EASY SPRING UP" Opens t o ' F u l l Bed Height. Two Simmons Inner Spring Mattresses. Per m a n e n f Back and Arms. Twin or Double Bed. $ 59 75 "BEAUTY REST" SIMMONS MATTRESS $39.50 "DEEPSLEEP" SIMMONS MATTRESS $29.50 "SLUMBER KING" SIMMONS MATTRESS. . . $22.75 "ACE" SIMMONS SPRING $19.75 "WHITE NIGHT" SIMMONS SPRING $16.75 19-21 FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY

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