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March 30, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Pretty Girl Wants to Be 2nd Darrow Young Woman Begins Career as Criminal · Lawyer in New York By 3IARY ELIZABETH PLTOIMER NEW YORK, (ff)--She's 23 and pretty, with curly black hair and a figure a magazine illustrator's model might envy, and what is she going io be? A criminal lawyer! Estelle B. Bai'b, who appeared in general sessions this week to enter a plea in her first murder case said Thursday she's quite serious about it--"I'm determined to be a success at the bar." Won AH but One She has been an attorney eight months, and has won all her jury criminal cases but one; and that was a partial victory. She succeeded in getting two counts of a three-count indictment dismissed. You see a tall, slender girl with big, serious eyes and crimson- tipped fingers, wearing a smart black frock, high heels and the gold key of Philonomic council, a legal honor society. What does'she talk about? Patents, bankruptcy matters, taxation, real estate practice. But she always returns to criminal law. "I don't intend to give up other phases of the law," she said, "but criminal law interests me much more than any other field, because it deals so closely with human lives." Her Early Heroes Her early heroes were the great criminal lawyers, Clarence Darrow, Earl Hogers and Bill Fallon. Her father died when she was three. She's the youngest of six children, and she worked her way through school, teaching piano and elocution, doing clerical jobs and OFJtNSTRUCTION HELD BY ORDER OF RAINBOW, working as a law clerk. She"s been "gainfully employed" since she was 14. She had a "straight A" law school record in St. Lawrence university, Brooklyn; was a bachelor of laws cum laude; a master of laws magna cum laude; became a master of laws at 22, the youngest m New York state last year, and was the first woman ever to attain top honors in her post-graduate school. Passed State Bar She made the "law review" at St. Lawrence; became its secretary one year, earning a salary plus tuition and fees; passed the state bar examination the first time she took it. She wears high heels to court because she always wears high heels^ conducts her case bareheaded: delivers her summation without notes. "I don't expect to win cases because I am a woman," she said, ·'but because I prepare a case thoroughly and try it well. "Does it take courage. No I don't think so. Determination and a desire to be a success at it-yes, but no more than in any-other field. Feels Responsibility Her first client in a murder case is James Pryor, a Negro her own age. She pleaded him innocent. The case will be tried this spring. "Do 3'ou understand the responsibility in defending such a case?" asked the judge. ' : I wouldn't undertake the case," she replied, "unless 1 felt that I could do it justice." --o--GERTRUDE PETERSON" OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Gertrude Peterson was honored at a party on her birthday Wednesday evening at the h o m e , o f Mrs. Irene Rose, 410 Washington avenue northwest. Chinker check and cards were played and refreshments were served. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Macket Mr. and Mrs. R. McClain. Mrs. Harry Ditch. Mrs. Anna Jarvis, Agnes Berneman, Nora Sumner and Mrs. Margaret Zea. FO* PERCO1ATOR Oft CnpFEE POTREGUUX .GRIND-DOBS BEST Initiation Ceremonies Conducted Mrs. Ethel Ballard, West Union, Present for Rainbow Event The Mason City Rainbow Girls held their annual school of instruction Wednesday evening at the Masonic temple. Mrs. Ethel Ballard of West Union, supreme sub-deputy of the state of Iowa, was present to instruct the girls in their work and to offer criticism. The school of instruction was held in the afternoon and consisted o£ marching, balloting and initiation. The evening session was opened at 7:30 by Miss Maxine Hull, worthy advisor. She was assisted with the initiation by'Mary Gourley, sister of faith. Receive Decrees During the evening session, Jean Manuel, Jean Rae Keister, Geneva Williams, Marguerite Hall and Velma Hockenberry received the degrees. Members of the choir sang, accompanied by Arnita Bruns. At the close of the initiation, the candidates were presented roses. Jean Hae Keister served as active candidate. Those presented to the assembly are Naomi Stevens, grand hope in Iowa; Mrs. Ballard, supreme sub-deputy in Iowa; Marian Dickinson, past grand immortality in Iowa; Miss Shirley Bunze, worthy advisor of Charles City; Mrs. Vera Wetzel, mother advisor of Charles City. Members of the advisory board, Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, Mrs. F. L. Hudson, Mrs. W. H. Mahlstadt, Mrs. Emil Tobsing, Miss Florence Hohr, Mrs. G e o r g e Schmaehl and A. R. Lenz. R. A. Potter, worshipful master of Benevolence lodge, H. W. Knutson. watchman of the shepherds of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, Mrs. Knutson, past grand 'Eiecta oi South Dakota, Mrs. Hich, worthy matron of Clear Lake Lighted Candles The choir sang -'Brighten the Corner Where You Are/' \shile the assembly room lights were dimmed, and hope, charity and worthy associate advisor lighted candles at their stations. The Misses Dorothy Wolf and Marian Dickinson were given their majority service by Mrs. Ballard and received their certificates. Miss Adene Tobsing presented Mrs. Ballard a gift from the assembly. Naomi Stevens presented FINK'S FASHION SHOP Here's Why You'll Wont to Buy Your New Spring Coot ot Fink's IT'S THE PRICE AND QUALITY Extraordinary Buys! Smart SPRING COATS AND SUITS If there were only some way in which we could attach samples of the fabrics used in these 'coats, to this advertisement, you might then get some idea of their great value! Cold print caiv t give you the feel of their luxury . . . their smart silhouettes . . . the peak of fashion that surrounds each one. SIZES 10 TO 20 AXD 3S TO 46 38 Sample COATS and SUITS We have secured a number o£ original samples from several of our leading manufacturers in Coats, Tailored Suits and Dressmaker Suits. Dress and sport materials in every conceivable color and style. Mostly smaller sizes . . . FINK'S FASHION SHOP 15 South Federal Are. ins Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer, S Monroe, avenue southwest will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at their home with a family dinner at noon. Open house will follow from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 o'clock. Florence Rohr a mother advisor's jewel from the assembly, while Marian Krumbholz and Helen Eveland sang "I Love You Truly," accompanied by Ruth Clapper. Members o£ the color stations performed a cross exercise, hanging rainbow streamers around a white cross while the choir sang "Old Rugged Cross." Miss Evelyn Schmaehl read a poem. Rainbow Founder Mrs. Ballara complimented the Rainbow Girls on their work and urged the Masons and Eastern Stars to attend all regular meetings. She explained to the assembly how Rainbow-happened to be organized by the Rev-. Mark Sexon, the Rainbow founder. He conceived the idea of organizing .a club for girls similar to the De- Molay for boys. Comments were given by Mr. Potter, Mr. Knutson, Mr. Lenz and Mrs. Vera Wetzel, who invited the Mason City Rainbow girls io attend the Charles City school of instruction, which will be held April 3. Dinner was served at 6 o'clock in the temple with the mothers of some of the girls assisting with the serving: Mrs. F. M. Hull, Mrs. A. V. Clapper, Mrs. Frank Ward, Mrs. Gourley, Mrs. G. Keister, Mrs. Joe Woolworth. The tables were decorated in rainbow colors. Tulips and lighted candles made up the center piece. Table favors were made by Helen Eveland. Pep songs were sung during the dinner hour. Out of town guests were from Charles City, Clear Lake and Northwood. White chair and seat covers, made by Helen Eveland, were used for the first time. The meeting was closed with singing "Blest Be The Tie That Binds" and the grand exit march. Next meeting will be held on April 5, for the initiation of Norma Thompson, daughter of a master Mason. All Masons and Eastern Stars have been invited to attend this meeting. Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hersey, 1809 Carolina avenue northeast, have returned from California where they have-been spending the winter. They visited at Long Beach, Los Angeles and San Francisco where they attended the World fair. In Petaluma, Cal.. they were guests of the Frank Witmers, former Mason City residents. C l X Word has been received from Dr. Raymond Buirge of Minneapolis that his p a r e n t s . Mr. and Mrs. William C. Buirge, former Mason City residents, are moving back here. Mr. Buirge has been employed by the Milwaukee railroad for the past 40 years and has recently retired. McGREGOK-ISENBRANO LEDYARD -- Miss Sene Isen- brand was married to Forrest McGregor March 14. They are living at Armstrong, LOOK DEAR, AT THE TUCK I CAN TAKE IN CLOTHES; Just Look at the Fat I've Lost You can do this -- you can iHoi down face anrl figure irillimit over-strict diet and bacfc- trcakinjc exercises. For here"* a-wny that tvorfca hard in hand with Nature in cottinp rid of ujtly fat i!ut to thyroid dcfi- c«ncjv Just eat tensely and tafcc * .Vnrmola Tablets a day, according to the directions. · Marmot* Tablets hare been ijM to the public for more than thirty years. More than ttvcnty million boxes have bc«n distributed durinjr that period. Martnola is not intended a* * cure-all (or ail ailment*. This advertisement is intend- CU only for fat. uersons ^ho R re normal and healthy olh- crwi«e mnj whose falne^s i* caused by « reduction in the 5ccretion from the thrroid tfurA (h.vpo-thyrtiidism) with RCCQTnpanpnx ^normal metabolic rait*. No oUirr )-cpj-e»cnUtion it made «s to this treatment esccut under th^e condition* and according to tVi« do*«vr ** »rco.-!im/-ndcJ w e do not maVe any lia;mosE* a« that i* the [unction of j o u r physician, who murt Iw consulted for that purpose. The formula n included in every package. Get R box of Jiartnola todny from your druggist, .t I i X Social Calendar THURSDAY Christian Workers group 4-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Genevieve Slagle, 11 Connecticut avenue northeast. FRIDAY Daughters of Union Veterans officers-- 7 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., rehearsal for inspection. St. John's Guild-1 o'clock, Mrs. G. A. Wright, 176 Crescent drive. Kill Kare Klub-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller. Methodist IV. M. S.-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, 318 Carolina avenue southeast. Mmes. R. E. Nyquist, Ray Pauley. assisting, Mrs. A. M. Saug. lesson. Christian Workers-- , Group 1, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. John LaGasse, 209 J ,i North Federal avenue, group 3, 1:30 o'clock, Mrs. Andrew Murray, 215 Third street northwest. Congregational Women's gruild-- "Deepening of Religious Life Through the Inspiration of Winifred Kirkland," arranged by Mrs. F. E. Corson; group 1, Mrs. T. A. Potter, 40 Oak Drive; group 2, Mrs. H. C. Metcalf, 616 Madison a v e n u e northwest, group 3, c h u r c h parlors; group 4, Mrs. A. T. Parker, 76 Crescent drive; group 5, Mrs. Roy Bailey, 1104 Second street southwest; group 6, Mrs. C. C. Cassiday, 705 Carolina avenue northeast; group 7, Mrs. C. E. Oilman, 120 Ninth street northeast. Harvesters group-8 o'clock, Mrs. Don Toetser, 628 First street southwest,. Mrs. IV. \V. Waddell, assisting. --o-- BISHOP-FLICK1NGER DECORAH--On Friday afternoon, Miss Lois Flickinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Flickinger of Dubuque, and sister of Don Flickinger of Decorah, and Karl Bishop also of Decorah, will be married at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Ruth Lucke, of Havre, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop will make their home in Choteau, Mont., where the former has operated a newspaper, the Acantha, since Jan. 1. C. D. A. JUNIORS SPONSORING EVENTS Mothers of Junior C. D. A. members will sponsor a bake sale Saturday at Damons and a rummage sale April 21 ;ind 22. Mrs. Paul Graf and Mrs. John Hit-key are chairmen of the bake sale and Mrs. F. C. Koll and Mrs. F. J. McDonald of the rummage sale. The proceeds of both activities will be used to send a junior member to summer camp. B ALDW IN- NASHUA -- Dorothy Hamm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Mile Hamm of Carrville, and Merle Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baldwin, Nashua, were married March 27 at Charles City by the justice of" peace, Calvin H. Jones. They were accompanied by his mother, and brother, Keith. They will make their home on a farm near Carrville. -- o -CRESCENT CLUB MEETS AT Y. AY. Crescent club met for a parly al the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday evening with .Helen Marti and Myrtle Cardey in charge of refreshments which were served at the close of tlie party. June Scherping was a guest. The next meeting will be a backward partv at the Y. W. April 12 with Mrs. Beulah Graiidy in charge and on April 25 the club will have a joint supper with the household employes. Jennie Magnani is chairman. SPRING PARTY BEING PLANNED BY FELLOWSHIP Members of the Young People's Fellowship of St. John's Episcopal church are planning a post-Lenten parish party to be held in the McNider Memorial parish hall on Tuesday evening, April 11. The entertainment will include dancing, a floor show and refreshments. Special attention is being given to the decorations for this, the first spring party of the season. Invitations are being mailed to all members and friends of the parish. Admittance will be by card only. PARTY IS GIVEN AT KETTINGHOUSE'S Dorothy Shinn and Juanita Rettinghouse were hostesses at a party Wednesday evening at the Hetting- house home, 340 Twenty-ninth street southwest. There were 20 guests and games were played and refreshments served. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to H. R. Berston, 36, and Maxine Mlixner, 24, both of St. Paul; Walter Armstrong, 27, and Lois Gillman. 23, both of Dows, and Gerald Hedrick, 18, and Gladys Crady, 17, both of Mason City, MRS. JULIUS STEFHAN HONORED AT PARTY A group of friends surprised Mrs. Julius Stephan, 43 Fourteenth street southeast, gathering at her home Wednesday' evening for a party. The evening was spent informally and gifts were presented to the honoree. Refreshments were served at the close of the affair. --o-HAGEN-SWANSON WODEN -- The marriage of Earling Swanson of Woden to Thelma Hagen of Hike Mills took place March 28 at the Presbyterian church, with the Rev. Henry Kruse officiating. The couple was attended by Se Dell Sylverson of Scarville, and .'ohn Hagen of Lake Mills. The bvide. has been employed at Kason City for some time and tiie bridegroom is a truck driver for Fred Kort at Woden. 7Ir. and Mrs. Swanson will mp/e their home at Woden where Mr. Swanson has taken over the trucking business from his former employer. REILLY-MALLI DECORAH--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Katherine' Malli, 'daughter of Mr and Mrs. James Malli, to Robert Reilly ot Ossian, in Clinton, where they expect to make their home. «2?h Walt ·? C S IA 8eta a head ^art- Get busy at the first sniffle, sneeze or nasal irritation. Put a few drops of Va-trp-nol up each uojtiH. Millions do tWs-to help prevent colds from devel- opiog-to bring comfort when a clogging head cold hinders breathing and WCKS VA-TRO-NOL Hampton Bride Miss Carlotta B r o w n of Hampton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Brown of Van Wert, ,beeame the bride of Richard R o d e m e y e r , Jr., Hampton, Thursday at the home of the Rev. G. A. Koch, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church. Miss Brown attended the Hampton schools and has been employed for three years at the R. M. Harrison company store here and Mr. Rodemeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rodemeyer, is employed at the Strahorn and Sons farm equipment store. (Hampton Chronicle picture.) Asia for Asiatics sounds reasonable, but aren't there any Asiatics except Japs?--Davenport Times. EASTER RABBIT VISITS COOKING : SCHOOL'S PARTY The Easier bunny came early to four little girls who were guests at a party given Thursday afternoon at the Globe-Gazette cooking school in the high school auditorium. - : Places were arranged for the guests at a specially decorated ^ table with corsages and Easter- favors for each. The guests were JoAnn McCauley, daughter o£ Mr. ' and Mrs. L. J. McCauley, 1027 Harrison avenue northwest, Joyce , Bruce Mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Mann, 2241-s First street northwest. Dody Weston, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, 21 Rock Glenn, and Nancy Lou Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Earl Hall, 22 River ^ Heights drive. Miss Ann Kingsley, cooking school instructor, prepared party ' food refreshments which we're'* / served to the guests. --, --o-- HARVEY-3MATTER DECORAH--Announcement has- been made of the marriage o£ Miss · Alma Matter, daughter of Mr. and; Mrs. John Matter of Decorah, anO..'. Harry Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs.- Harry Harvey of McGregor, was- read on March 19, at the Harvey" residence in McGregor, by the" Rev. J. F. Parsons. The attend--' ants were Miss Ethel Mailer, sister' of the bride, and Milton Hosely of" · Monroe, Wis. Following a short- wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Harvey- , will make their home in Decorah,^ where the former is engaged in" the radio business. COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE -. Look Young N in these Coats-Suits for EASTER And here are the daytime Fashions for Women, Misses and Juniors, to make you smartly dressed. COATS-Navy, black and colored' tweeds in fitted, boxy or swagger types. Priced from §7.95 and up. SUITS-Two and three piece styles in black, navy and colors. Smart combinations, in all sizes. Priced from §9.95 and up. "See You Tomorrow' WIFE PRESERVERS j A small brush, such as is used I lor brushing suede shoes, is a help! in removing dust from velvet and! vclour upholstered furniture. ' cuz/vmvnjK conui . U.JJLA -citm- MOTH PROOFED won't go near a garment that has been protected with Monite M o t h p r o o f i n g . Clothes sent here for Clean' ing are Monite Mothproofed free. Lyons CLEANERS -- LAUNDERERS PHONE 600 -- FURRIERS

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