The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 3, 1931 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 3, 1931
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'APRIL 3 ·· 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CIVIC MUSIC MEMBERSHIP TO CLOSE AT END OF CAMPAIGN Permanence of Audience Is Important Local Drive Will Close Saturday for Course of Concerts. Doubtless many lovers of good music and cultural things are going to be disappointed next winter when they find they do not have access to the concerts given by the Mason City Civic Music association, by reason of their not joining the association this week, it was announc- campaign headquarters MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 16 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN ed at the Friday. Ten years ago this unique plau - was originated by Dema E. Harshbarger of Chicago, and this particular .point of not selling admissions to single concerts is an iron-clad rule which is never broken by any .association. Residents who have a house guest from out of town may secure a "guest ticket" by application to the committee on the night of the concert, but no others will be admitted by such procedure. Best Plan, Claim. Miss Harshbarger's idea of the creation of a permanent audience by reaspn of the aasociation or "club" plan Is the only safe and sound way of having concerts by artists of international reputation, for there can be no loss, which insures the financial stability of the undertaking, according to H. W. Cost, Chicago representative. Those working for the success of the fourth year campaign are "inviting" all of the city to participate in tha plan, but if for .some reason you have not been seen, it Is urged that you get in touch with headquarters at once, for the campaign closes promptly Saturday night at 10 o'clock and no member will be taken in after that time for a whole year. · ' Speaking for the Mason City aa- sociation, Dr. C. M\ Franchere, who is president said, "We are, very proud to be a part of the national organization which is now operating in 32 states. Our committee hopes to provide a series of concerts next winter that, will be better than we have ever had and I am sure if the proper support is given to our'cam- paign that we will be able to engage talent quite in keeping 1 with the. desires. of our many members, Heard Discussion. "Several of our. members attended the national convention held by the parent organization in ' Chicago in January and heard there a dlscus- · sion of a score of artists and ensembles, by delegates from other cl- '··'. ^tles In which they appeared. In this V ' ' way we have ' first: hand, knowledge "* ' v ~ ' ' Pattern 2095 , By ANNE ADAMS A cunning bloomer frock with rounded collar and rounded tabs, finishes all Its raw edges with contrasting binding purchased ready made, an easy and effective trimming.-Inverted pleats In front and back dress afford ample freedom for play. Pattern 2095 launders and wears .well if·-. mada of percale, broadcloth, gingham, pique, etc. May be. obtained only in sizes 2, 4, '6 and 8.- Size 4 requires 2% yards of 36 Inch material. The applii" e on the bag is part of transfer pattern 701, which Includes 10 dog motifs in three'dlfferent positions. Lovely on pillows, linens, nursery accessories, etc. Price -15 cents. No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with onr pattern. Yardage for every size, and simple, exact instructions are given. Send 15 cents in coins or stamps (coins preferred), for each pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. The new spring and summer pattern catalog features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kiddles' clothes, also delightful accessory patterns. Price of catalog, 15 cents. Catalog 1 with pattern, 25 cents,^ Address all mall and orders to Globe-Gazette pattern department, 243 West Seventeenth street, New York City. Mrs. J. E. Hynds, assisted by Mrs. R. F. Kunz, Mrs. F. M. Humphrey and Mrs. Stanley Haynes. If you cannot get in before Saturday night, you call up and your reservation of a membership will be taken, payment mailed. Dues are ?5 for adults and $2.50 for juniors and the committee has granted until May 31, if part payment Is made on subscription. Three concerts will be presented." HAPPY HELPERS HAVE ORGANIZATION MEETING An organization meeting was held by the young peoples' class of the Central Heights union, the Happy Helpers, Thursday evening at. the home of the teacher, Mrs. C. B. Bailey. Following the business session the time was spent in' singing Easter songs. Refreshments were served. TUSALATAS HEAR REVIEW, OF NOVEL Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant reviewed ''Grand Hotel" by Vickl Baum at the meeting of the Tusalatas Thursday evening at the Y. W. C. A. At the next meeting Miss Blanche Goudy will speak on "Holland." SIX CSLtJB . . . . * ' / thereby judge accordingly. It looks like we are to have the best sea- aon in our history. "Headquarters in the Hotel Hanford, phone 3797, are in charge of . Mr. and Mrs'. Harold Johnson en tertalned the Double Six club their home Thursday. The first par of the evening was spent in con tests and J. Bailey and Victor Po Miss June Magee, Don Pfaltzgraff Marry at Freeport DTJMONT, Aprtl 3.--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfaltzgraff have announced the marriage of Miss Jane Magee of Chicago to their son, Don, at Freeport. 111., Dec. 26, 1930. Dr. Thomas McNary of the Presbyterian church of Freeport performed the ceremony. Those present,were his slstdrs Mrs. P. W. Pfaltzgraff of Mason City, Mrs. Ruth Stock, .Leslie am Carl Boeckemeler and the Rev. H M. Raeker. Mrs. Pfaltzgraff Is a teacher in the Dysart consolidated schools. She has made her home with her aunt Mrs. Lillian Magee Miller at Wa terloo, KROSO OLUG MEETS WITH MRS. LARSON Mrs. Warner Larson, 916 Jack son avenue northwest, entertained members of the Kroso club at he home Thursday afternoon. Th time was spent Informally and an Easter suggestion was curried ou in the refreshments. PUNDY-MOEN LAKE MILLS, April 3.--tucill Mae Moen and Arthur Feme Pundy were married at the horn of her mother, Mrs.'*N. B. Charlson in east Lake Mills by the Rev. H Wife Preservers Try combining apples and rhu- jarb in sauce. Use two-thirds apple and one of rhubarb and sweeten to taste. , Rosenquist who served for many years as pastor at Baldwin, Wis. where Mr. Pundy was born and reared and by whom he was bap tized and confirmed. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Tweeten acted as witnesses The bride Is the eldest daughter o Mrs. N. E. Charlson. ALLMAN-2EIQLER MARBLE ROCK, April 3.--D. H Allman and Maurine Ramsa Zelgler were married In Chicago The bride Is the only daughter o Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Ramsay c Marble Rock. They are at home i Toledo, Ohio, where he is manage of the Lamson's tearoom. MARION J. FULLER WEDS JOHN PAGE AT EVANSTON CHURCH Of Interest here is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Maron Josephine Fuller, daughter of tfrs. Edith.Fuller of Bvanston, 111., ormevly of Mason City, and John .eslle Page, which took place at he First Methodist churcn o£ ;vanston. The Rev. Ernest Fev mont Tittle read the service. After ,, brief wedding trip they will be iit home in Winnetka. Both are connected with the North Shore County Day school. Mrs. Page Is a graduate of Northwestern imi- versltv and the West Day Schoo for Girls at Los Angeles. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta soror !*· ' · _.;._ RASK-FICHTNER NASHUA, April 4.--Miss Haze Flchtner of Garden City and Georg Rask of Radciiffe, were marriei Wednesday at the Little Browi church by the Rev. William Kent pastor. Mra. A. C. Selby of Game played the wedding march, accom nanied on the violin by Mrs. A. L Miller of Miller. Mr. and Mrs. G. F Hansen of Garner were guests a the wedding. The bridegroom employed by the railway compan at Garner. OROSIS CLUB HEARS .TALK ON RUSSIA Sorosis club met Thursday after- oon at the home of Mrs. Ida Stil- on, 123 First street northeast. Fol- owing the business meeting and he current news, Herbert W. Cost, epresentatlve of the Civic Music hicago headquarters, addressed he club. His talk was followed by a discussion, of Russia, given by ilrs. J. J. Hawthorne who has lived for a number of years to Moscow and Petrograd where she was associated with her father In government work. Mrs. Hawthorne talked of the conditions or the Russian people and described how they lived. --*-"After forty," says a psychologist, "men try desperately to find romance." So that explains those neckties.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. Saturday--A Great SALE of HOSE All Perfect, First Quality CHOICE Renl 45 gaugo c h l f f o n a with plcot tops and new crndlo foot, all abso- l u t e l y perfect, N e w * stock and In all the new spring- colors for ono day at almost half pncu rs for $1.80 93 flOOR 106 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. ansky won high score prizes. Five hundred was played with Mrs. Rachel Schollian winning high score jrlze and Leon Bell, second. Mr. md Mrs. A. Allen were guests at the meeting. INSTANT RELIEF FROM ITCHING Followed use of Resinol "For years I fa»d a breaking out on the bade 06 my hand. I tried' various salves and ointments, *nd had several X-Ray treatments, but nothing seemed to heal the disorder. One night ·when my hand was itching unusually badly, my wife bought me a jar, of Reainol Ointment -which I used and obtained instant relief. I do not heai- . tate to reco'nxm«ndR««inal to anyone." ~ ' ···- . , The cmlckneM witH whfcH Re»lnol acu Jn rtUevin* enema, clal Ing, ranhcj, piles. Bon. , etc. it amatini. Why d an' t »ou cry 117 tlK R««lnol So.p «Iao to keep your complexion alwtyi clear «nd«moc,th. Ac .11 dru t£ I«t«. Sample free- Write Retinal. Department 60". Baltimore, Md. FOR EASTER ... How closely bound up with the sentiment and atmosphere of Easter are flowers! In the home, in the church, on the person, flowers are essential to the proper observance of a most colorful holiday. CUT FLOWERS Rose*, per dor 52.00, J3.00, W.oo, S«.oo . Carnations, per not *;·»» '· Xarelssm, per dor "·'· Daffodils, fit dot «··,,·«·· li'SI! Eauter I,llle», per do W.OO, SB.OO Hyacinths, per dor S3.00, $4.00 Tnllps, per do* *L50. «·"» .SH-eet Teas* per bunch Calcndnlnn. per dor '·'··., »x Snapdragon*, per doz. 53.00 Conaffea, each SI.CO BLOOMING PLANTS Easier IJIlOB, each St.60 Hyacinths, each * -°° Tnllpa, each -·-- ! l . 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