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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 3 1S34 PLANS FOR B. P. W. NEAR COMPLETION LocalWomen Serving on Committees Miss Marion McClench to Represent National Federation. Plans are nearing completion for the convention of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Vvomen which will be held in Mason City May 10,11,12 and 13, with the Hotel Hanford as convention headquarters. The meeting will open Thursday evening with a pre-convention board dinner at the Hanford with Mrs. Julia Potts local president, presiding. Miss Thelraa Almklov had charge of arrangements. The dinner will be followed by a state board meeting with Mrs. Goldie Worth of Centers-Hie, state president, in charge. Birthday Luncheon. Events of Friday, May 11, include officers' reports in the morning, the fifteenth birthday anniversary luncheon at noon with Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney as speaker and music by.the high school sextet. Mrs. Maude Wepler is chairman of arrangements. Friday afternoon will be given over to organization conferences led by Miss Marion McClench of Ann Arbor, Mich., past national president. Dr. Ethel Griffin will preside at the Friday evening banquet at which Winona Evans Reeves will speak. A string ensemble from the liigh school will play'and there will be music by Mrs. Don Wells, Mrs. \ C. Hagerman and Mrs. C. E. Oilman. Mabel Sherwood is chairman. Breakfasts with discussions on club mechanics will be the evening feature Saturday morning. District chairmen will report during the morning and the educational conference group will meet. At the Saturday noon luncheon. Dr. Lyman Bryson of Des Moines will speak and the luncheon will be opened to those ·who wish to attend. The Studio quarter will stag. Election Saturday. Election' of officers will be held Saturday afternoon and the public affairs conference group will meet. Miss McClench will speak on "We TO WED IN MAY MRS. ETHEL NUNN, 331 Twelfth 1V1 street southeast, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Opal Winnifred, to Glenn Reindl, son of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Reindl of Manly. The wedding will take place during May Move in New Directions" at the Saturday night banquet. There will be music by a string ensemble and solos by Mrs. W. L. Bennett and Ed win Helbling. Attendance at a mid night moving picture at the · Ceci will conclude the session. The final event of the convention will be the emblem breakfast Sun day morning at the Clear Lak Country club with the Webster Citj club hi charge. Officers will be in stalled. .;. SHOWER GIVEN FOB ELIZABETH, BENDER Mrs. Ross McKibben, Miss Iren Swanson and Miss Frances Neu mann entertained at a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Elizabet Bender at the McKibben home, 21 Hampshire avenue northeast. Mis Bender will become the bride of J F. Hodson of Cedar Rapids at Oel wein in the near future. The timi was spent informally and a mock wedding was staged. Refreshments were served at the close of the eve ning. The Talk of the Town Complete Showing Friday Saturday iioly Family Grade Pupils in Operetta The Old Man of the Mountain" to Be Staged at School. Grade school pupils of Holy Famy school will be seen in an oper- tta, "The Old Man of the Moun- ains," which will be staged Friday vening at Holy Family school. Miss Bee Lynch is director of the reduction and Mrs. Paul Kelsh, ac- ompanist. The cast includes Charle Sernett, 'ommy Tucker; Steve O'Brien, Scout Master; Michael Cross, Jack lorner; Merle Tree, Prof. I. M. A. Bugg; John Evans, Prof. A. S. Trol- oger; Russell Enright, Old Man of he Mountains; Pat Laughlin Simple Simon Patcake; Jack Quinn scarecrow; Richard Hughes, con stable; Bennie Brasser, showman Eugene O'Brien, fairy queen; Ar thur Feeney, geezer of swat; Jim mie Johnson. Captain Kidd; Francis Xyan, prisoner; Cletus Fandel Tony; Donald Schmitt, bear. Choruses in Show. Choruses will assist the cast in the performance. They include Boy Scouts, Lullaby Land, gnomes, college girls, potato bugs, fairies, Chinese, pirates, Girl Scouts. In the choruses will be: Boy Scouts^-Everett Bailey, Erwin Bartelt, Charles Bird, Jack Burnett, Michael Burnett, Robert Cavanaugh, Thomas Cavanaugh, Howard Crowley, Paris Degrigorio, Keith Greene, Jerome Harrer, John Hornberger, Edward Johnson, Eugene Johnson, Donald Kappas, Peter Kloberdanz, Jack Knapp, Jerry Laughlin, Irwin McGee, Junior Miller, William Nock. Robert Pick, Leo Pick, Eugene Purington, Keith Rozen, Jack Sheehy, Robert Sullivan, Cryil Zeigler, Flag bearer, Edward Clouse. Lullaby laud--Richard Berry, Robert Berry, Patrick Burnett, Madona Brose, Joseph Casey, Jack Casey, Donnie Carney, Billie Cavanaugh, John Corbett, Marilyn Cook, Florence Currier, Patricia Cummings, Margaret Ann Dunlavy, Richard Emu's, Rita Gayle Enright, Bernadette Evans, John Fandel, Tommy Graf, Dorothy Grein, Pau- .ine Heidenry, Myrle Kofoot, Lyle Sunz, Donnie Kolda, Marianne Marek, Emmett McCann, Patricia McCarron, Roberta McCarron, Madelon McCauley, Annell Mineart, Patricia Sheridan, Elizabeth Tracy, era, John Newman, Veronica Pick, Fredrlc Randall, , Jimmie Sheehy, CAY SPRINGTIME PRINT Ol'.tMl«elt» It is another little dress that you can slip into in the morning and wear right through an entire day. You will see here are very modish sleeves cuffed ic a most attractive manner. The neck is becomingly draped. And the skirt paneled at the front to give you a tall gracious appearance. Later for frankly hot summer wear, you can make it with short sleeves as in wee sketch. There are numberless fresh washing silks for your choice, handkerchief linen prints and lovely cotton prints. Style No. 696 is designed in sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches oust. Size 16 recfuires 3 1 /-: yards of 39 inch material. ·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 ii stamps or coins (coin is preferred) Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 6 9 6 Fainted::; Had to be Carried Home from Work LaBelle Tie Pump, Grey Trim or WMte, All White $2.00 Jonnie Studer, Billie Stoner, Paricia heridan, Elizabeth Tracy. Gnomes--Joan Burnett, Neal asey Rita Ann Cavanaugh, Mead ook Shirley Cook, Thomas Cur- er Elizabeth Dahlstrom, John un'n, Gaylord Egglestor.. Patricia vans Nicholas Frank, Emmanuel rank! Martin Frank, John Frank, ack Gerard George Harris, Dorohea Hebel, Josephine Holman, ranees Holman, Kenneth Jansen, osephine Kay, Alexander Klober- anz Marjorie Kofoot, Irene Lanng' Charles Lombardo, Donald eic'htman Dorothy Malary, Paul larek, Alfred Madaloni, Robert Muehe, Richard McCann, Jettie Ann McCarron, Margaret McCauley, Leo McGovern, Audrey McGraw, Joyce McGrath Dorothy McNary, Donna Sfewman, Betty Jane Nock, Bernard Penney, Marjorie Pick, Albert Query Harry Rozen, William Ser- iett, ' Francis Slepicka, Murray Stoner, Robert Tracy. Joseph Whal- CoIIegc Girls. LaBeUe Kilty Front Tie, Blue Kid, Grey Grey Kid White Kid $2.00 WHITE Galore BLUE Galore GREY and many styles in LaBelle T- Strap Blue Kid, Grey Kid White Kid $2.00 BLACK Special Offer 500 Pairs Cocktail Sandais $1.95 106 North Federal Avc. Here's Help for Girls Who Work Ruth Hirsch is a typist in a railroad office in Dayton, Ohio. "Several times I fainted", she writes, "and had to be carried home. Since I took your medicine I can work right through each month. I feel well add strong now". Wotnen are learning by welcome experience that these little chocolate coated tablets keep them MR. on the job every day. Try * --' them: Ftobably you can avoid a periodic upset, LYD1A E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS Purse Size-- 50£--All Druggist Dorothy Fritz, Virginia Harris, Jean Heidenry, Maridta Holman, Jeann Hughes, Loretta Kappas, Lorrain Kappas, Jean Martin, Phyllis. Me Graw, Ann O'Brien, Doris O'Brien Margaret Pinneke, Patricia Ryan Phyllis Snyder, Madeleine Sprou Mary Studer, Kathryn Wagner, Pa tricia Whalen, Florence Yezeh. Pirates--Harold Carney, Max De gan, Leo Fritz. Stanley Johnson Raymond Martin, Edward O'Don nell, James Studer. Girl scouts-Jean Heidenry. Jean Hughes, Lot raine Kappas, Doris O'Brien, Jea Martin, Ann O'Brien, Mary Studer Phyllis Snyder, Madeleine Sprou Patricia Whalen. Social Calendar THURSDAY B. P. \V. club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Athenian club-6 o'clock, Mrs. E. E. Fleming, 50 Pennsylvania avenue southeas Mrs. E. I. Kelly, Mrs. W. B Casey, Mrs. S. C. Deyoe, Mrs. J F. Price, Mrs. W. M. Barragy. Bethlehem Walther league-7:30 o'clock, church parlors, Sam Borger, Ella Heimbuck, Esth Luker, hostesses. Immanuel Martha society-8 o'clock, Cecelia Gustafson, 23 Fourteenth street southeast, Mr B. E. Setterberg, assisting hostess. Cosmopolitan club-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. 100 Attend Program of Daughters :ivil War G r o u p Marks Mothers' Day at P. G. and E. Daughters of Veterans met Wed- esday at the P. G. and E. for a pro- ram in observance of Mothers' and Bathers' day and Memorial day. "here were 100 present including ine Civil war widows and three lembers of the G. A. R. The program opened with the inging of "America" and the flag alute led by Mrs. Mae Clute fol- owed by prayer by Miss Marie Fuler. The Harding school rhythm land and a memorial address was delivered by Earl Leaman. Elizabeth Schieb, Esther Storer, _,ucille Sweet and Margaret Vaughn, the junior college quartet, accompanied by Jean Swift, sang and a reading, "The Soldier :ramp," was given by Mae Grace Jpuhler. Veryl Rule, accompanied by his mother, sang a group of songs. Wilbur Spuhler gave a reading, 'Here's to Dad," and a mothers' day play was staged by a cast includ- ng Viola Morphew, Marcella Dyer, toward Goodwin and Mrs. H. A. Morphew. Mrs. Russell Thompson sang "Oh Little Mother of Mine" and the program was concluded with the. singing of the song of the order "Daughters Forever." Mrs. H. F. Goodwin had charge of the program which was followed by refreshments served by a committee including Miss Marian Garlock, Mrs. J. J. Sheldon, Mrs. S. A. Bemis, Mrs. G. Gaylord, Mrs. A. V. Clapper, Mrs. Guy Bull and Mrs. Ida Slack. Loren Donelson Weds Miss Lorna Stookey; Living in Des Moines Announcement has bsen made of the marriage of Loren Donelson, former state editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, to Miss Lorna Stookey of Boone. Mr. Donelson who is now assistant farm page editor for a Des Moines newspaper has been on the faculty of Iowa State Teachers college at Ames and a member of the staff of the United Press since leaving Mason City. He is a graduate of Iowa State college. Mrs. Donelson is employed by the Bankers Life Insurance company at Des Moines. HELEN VAN SICKLE HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Evelyn Fallows and Mrs. Francis DeSart entertained at a miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening at the Fallows home, 928 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, complimenting Miss Helen Van Sickle who will be married May 10 to Roger Patton. The time was spent in sewing for Miss Van Sickle. HESLEl'-WHITCOMB OSAGE, May 3.--The wedding for Earl C. Hesley of. Algona and Miss Irene F. Whitcomb was held Thursday noon at the Whitcomb home east of Osage, Dr. S. E. Ellis of Osage M. E. church officiating. The bride was attended by Marian Otto, Osage. and the bridegroom by Kenneth Whitcomb. Nearly 50 relatives were guests. Mr. Hesley operates a filling station at Algona where the couple have a home ready for occupancy. Mrs. R. Werle New President of Study Circle at McKinley McKinley Child Study circle met Wednesday at the school when Mrs. R. Werle was elected president, Mrs. Fred Aderholt, vice president; Mrs. Boyd Walter, secretary treasurer, and Mrs. M. J. Caponi, librarian, for the coming year. The program included a play by Miss Alma Ogeson's third grade and a lesson on "What Kind of a Person Will Your Child Be?" by Mrs. P. H. Donaldson. The teachers were guests at the meeting and following the program games were played and refreshments served. Mrs. D. C. Swisher. Mrs. N. T. DeWitt, Mrs. J. Folson and Mrs. Fred Aderholt were on the committee in charge. ljUllUgU \ j i t A » 3 . i ( ;ou u uiUUn-t J-. -I"-- ^-" College girls--Virginia Bailey, i polity Life association- VjUlltuigt. £""" ' --ra -- . -. ttaureen Cavanaugh, Catherine Cini, lileen Corcoran, Maryetta Evans, ohirlcy Evans, Betty Ferleman, Catherine Frank, Patricia Franzen, foan Gates, Julia Grein, Dorothy Harrer Laura Mae Heidenry, Dorohy Hocraffer, Patricia Hughes, ·Cathryn Ann Knapp, Margaret Lauer, Donna Melius, Ceora Min- eart, Gertrude Murphy, Dorothy Schmitt, Vtarie Spechio, Joan Whalen. Marguerite Yesez. Potato bugs--Bill Burnett, Robert Carroll, Donald Cavanaugh, Joseph Fell, Richard Greene, Richard Hornberger, Robert McCann, Henry Mataloni, Leon Meleney, Levernon Mineart,'Collin Newman, Kenneth Quinn, Dennis Studer. Fairies -- La Vonon Campbell, Mary Carney, Veronica Carney, Jane" Clouse. Colleen Crowley, Mary Ellen Currier, Shirley Gerard, Patricia Graf, Alice Grein, Margaret Heidenry Jean Hocroffer, Mary Holman, Dorothy Huff, Margaret Hughes, Anna Kloberdanz, Jean Koll, Mary Margaret McCarron Jeanette Martin, Colleen Newman Virginia Nock, Marie O'Brien, Mar- o-uerite O'Donnell, Jane Ann Rozen Rita Sheehy. Queen's attendants: Ruth Cook, Lorene Schmitt. Chinese--Elsie Bartelt, Mary Lenore Campbell, Ruth Carney, Mary Cini, Ivanelle Dahlstrom, Marcella Degan, Harriett Ann Evans, Ruth Ann Evans, Bernadine Fandel Theresa Frank, Margaret Fritz There's Scarcely Any Learning To It . * * You can almost sit down to an EASY IRONER the first time and start right in! In a few minutes you get the "hang" of it--from then on you pick up speed, and it s such fun compared to standing at an ironing board, lifting, pushing and perspiring. Home Demonstration Free Arrange with our store or a representative to have an EASY brought to your home for your next iron- will show you how YOU CAN DO BEAUTIFUL WORK, rapidly, easily, while sitting down. P. G. E. 8 o'clock, courthouse. 'artburg Luther league-S oclock, church parlors, Elmer Barnosky, Elsie, Marietta and Harlau Broers, serving. FRIDAY rinity Garfield circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. M. Gilbertson, 215 Eighth street southeast. leasant Kidge club-Mr. and Mrs. F A. Mathre. *re.sbyterian circle-East, Mrs. John Sloan, 220% Fourteenth street northeast; south, Mrs. R. B. Girton, 333 Maryland avenue southeast; west, Mrs. J. E. Woolridge, 208 Fourteenth street northwest; central, 1 o'clock, Mrs. George K. Davies, 818 Washington avenue northwest; Forest Park, Mrs. A. C. Hagerman, 1140 Second street southwest. Baptist Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church. longregational Women- Group 1. alvary Lutheran guild-2 o'clock, church. Xaby clinic-1-to 3 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Church of Christ W. M. S.-6:30 o'clock, church, mother- daughter banquet, Mrs. D. L. Kratz, chairman, group 2, Christian workers. Century club-6:30 o'clock, Congregational church, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Dr. and Mrs. Draper Long, Mr. and Mrs. George Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Max Riley. Kill Kare Klub-Mrs. J. Russell Currier. Queen Kebekah lodge-8 o'clock, I. 0. 0. F. hall, homecoming night, initiation. Lincoln P. T. A. 8 o'clock, school. Our Savior's Luther league-S o'clock, church. 2 COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES TO WED OSAGE, May 3.--Two marriage licenses were issued at Mitchell county clerk's office Wednesday to Earl C. Hesley, 31, Algona. and Miss Irene F. Whitcomb, 28, Osage; John H. Cook, 27, Rockford, and Esther L. Fletcher, IS, Dougherty. LOYAL 10 CLUB MEETS AT DULLS Mrs. George Dull, Central Heights, entertained the Loyal 10 club at her home Wednesday. Following the business meeting bridge was played at three table? with high score prizes going to Mrs. Lee Roberts and Mrs. Ted Galbreth. Cresco Sisters Wed at Double Ceremony CRESCO, May 3.--A double wedding ceremony was performed Wednesday morning when the Misses Marie and Angela Herold, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Herold of New Oregon township, south of Cresco, became the brides of Edward Dunt and Carl Hauber respectively. The former is a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Dunt, and the latter a son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hauber, all of near Cresco. The Rev. J. P. Wagener. pastor of St. Joseph's church, officiated with a single ring ceremony at the church. The first couple was attended by Mrs. Marie Herasta of LaGrange, 111., cousin of the bride, and Orval Herold, brother of the bride. 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