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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX - MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE .1AY 7 g| 1934 DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION ELECT OFFICERS Annual May Event Held at E a d m a r Musical Program Presented by Students of High School." At the annual May breakfast of the Mason City chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Saturday morning at the Ead- mar hotel .officers were elected for the coming year. Mrs. H. L. Wright was re-elected regent. Other officers elected for the coming year are vice-regent, Mrs. H. B. Winter: recording secretary. Mrs. Paul Loomis; coresponding sec-re- You Can Rely on Faultless Nobelt Pajamas You can sleep soundly and lounge luxuriously in Nobelt pajamas. Their exclusive pat- tented waistband stays up without noticeable waistline pressure. A paper-thin sheet of lively rubber in a band of soft, expanding knitted fabric, the Nobelt waist holds trousers lightly but securely in place. This little strip of rubber Is made unbelievably durable by chemical treatment-it withstands hot irons and boiling water. Come in and 'see the new spring and summer s_tyles! $1.95 - $2.50 They Make Fine Gifts Others at S1.SS Get to Know tary. Mrs. Arthur Brogue; treasurer. Miss Dorothy Ransom; chaplain, Mrs. F. G. Carlson; historian, Miss Mary Louise Felt; registrar, Mrs. Fred Heddens; custodian. Mrs. A. B. Adams; librarian. Mrs. W. S. Lawrence; auditor, Mrs. Seba Vail; directors, Mrs. R. E. Erisbine, Mrs. H. E. Swarner and Miss Mary Bullock. Committee in Charge. The committee in charge of the breakfast consisted of Mrs. F. G. Carlson, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Paul Loomis, Mrs. Frank Currie, Mrs. A. L. Rule, Mrs. C. S. Wilson and Mrs. James E. Blythe. The tables were decorated with basket bouquets and spring flowers. Mrs. Volney Hansen had arranged a program of music which was presented by students in the high school and junior college departments of music. Charles Chenoweth, accompanied by Mrs. Agnes Bennett, gave two vocal numbers, "The Ocean Never Sleeps" and "The Big Bass Viol;" Miss Elizabeth Mills, accompanied by Miss Johanna Nelson, sang a soprano solo, "Janine in Lilac Time;" Miss Roslyn Brogue, accompanied by Miss Faith Darland. played two violin numbers. "The Accolay Concerto" and the first two movements of the seventh concerto by De Beriot. In conclusion the Mises Brogue and Darland, accompanied by Miss Nelson, gave two vocal duets, "Neapolitan Nights" and "Indian Dawn." Reports were made by the outgoing officers. To Mark Graves. During the -business meeting arrangements were completed for the purchase of nine official D. A. R. | markers to be placed at the graves of deceased members of the chap- ! ter. A memorial service is being planned for Tuesday, May 29, at which time the markers will be placed at the graves in Elmwood cemetery. The flag day picnic will be held at the home of Mrs. Fred Heddens Thursday, June 14. A suitable program is being planned for this oc- aasion. PORTLAND GIRLS CONDUCT MEETING Fourteen were present at the meeting of the Portland Snap Girls 4-H club Saturday at the home of Miss Alta Spotts. The program included talks, demonstrations and musical selections. Patterns were distributed by the leader. The next meeting will be in June with Miss Mary- Hartmen. 1WEIR BLDG COR STATE a FEDERAL MASON CITV.1A. VALUES- Waltham, I5-jewel ladies' or gents' regular S50 and $27.50 values. Our pri See these graduation specials. They arc values. WATCHES DIAMONDS S WEST STATE North Iowa Girl Scouts Show Skill 126 Participate in F i e l d Meet Held at Monroe School. One hundred and twenty-six Girl Scouts participated in the first individual field meet held by the Girl Scouts in Mason City Saturday at the Monroe school. Troops from Clear Lake, Hampton, Meserve;, Sheffield and Mason City took part in the meet, while Plymouth and Charles City had representatives attending, but not participating in the meet. Ribbons were awarded on the basis of points made by the.troops in the various events and Mason City and Meservey troops piled up enough points for a blue ribbon, Hampton, red: Sheffield, white and Clear Lake, taking part in only four events out of a possible eight, received a green ribbon. Mabel Leake acted as announcer, Joyce .Winter, timekeeper and starter, Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones, scorekeeper and registrar: and Miss Emmabelle Thomas of Clear Lake, Lois Westcott of Hampton, Helen Lloyd Jones of Mason City, Mrs. L B. Hulsebus of Meservey and Mrs. Skorgard of Sheffield, observers. The observers also served as judges in the compass and signalling events. Mrs. Harold Campbell judged the bed-making event; Miss Mildred Kluck, first aid; Mrs. J. Kelly, fire building; Betty Braheny of Clear Lake. Gertrude Walker of Hampton, Barbara Clough of Mason City, Mrs. Balgeman, Sheffield and Marie Strau of Meservey, knot tying; and-Mrs. L. M. Baken of Mason City, wild flowers. The refreshments committee included Miss Arcley Marshall, Mrs. C. E. Burrets and Mrs. R. W. Baumgartner. UNA NITE-McKEXN'A DECORAH, May 7.--Announcement has been made of the mar| riage of Miss Irene McKenna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McKenna, to Patrick Linanne. by the Rev. Father Grunewald of St. Bridget's church in Bluffton. Attendants were Miss Lorraine Timp and William JIcKenna. brother of the bride. Following a short we*d- ding trip the couple will make its home on a farm near Bluffton township. McKENZlE-KRXJEGER DBCORAH, May 7.--Robert McKenzie and Esther Krueger, both of La Crosse, : were,married Saturday morning at the Congregational parsonage by the Rev. J. P. Burling. There were no attendants and the ceremony was witnessed by Mrs. Burling, wife of the pastor. The couple returned immediately to La Crosse to make their home. The bridegroom is a salesman for the Armour Packing company. Dr. Bertram Pollock, Bishop of i Norwich, England, has received an j anonymous gift of 560,000 to pro-' vide a new.church in Mile Cross. SMART JACKET DRESS DIAGONAL CUT OF FROCK CREATES SLENDERIZING EFFECT; JACKET COMPLETES SMART ENSEMBLE Globe-duetto retried is Cent rattcra, son fifth Anon, New tork oit» -- . . . · ·- BT DIANA BAY So simple to make Is this charm- Ing jacket dress for today's pattern. · Tricky bias lines create a very slenderizing effect. The sleeves can contrast or be of self material and look very charming. The original in twin prints in navy and white crepe silk is very practical and smart. It will carry on all through the summer. It's perfect for week-end vacations and travel. Other lovely schemes in cotton prints, pastel and white tub silks, linen prints, etc., are smart and Inexpensive for your summer wardrobe. Style No. 677 is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48 inches bust. Size 36 requires Z% yards of 39- inch material with % yard of 39- inch contrasting. Separate coat requires 2" v yards 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 patt-ms that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of BOOK 10 cents. Pr:n of PATTERN 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). W.-jj coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New Tork City. Jeanette Beresford Speaker at Meeting of U.C.T. Auxiliary DANGEE'S in the AIR! threatening the very existence of your precious furs. MOTHS- FIRE-THEFT Summer brings this triple threat and homemade "protection" is unavailing. . . . At extremely low rate based on your own valuation you can have your furs protected from moths--fire and theft. Expert Repairing and Remodeling Phone 788 or 789 CLEANERS FURRIERS ; SPECIAL ON BULOVA WATCHES for the GRADUATE Two tone case--17 jewel movement--very latest. Regular $42.50 value. $32,50 M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. BLDG. Mrs. Jeanette Beresford, counselor of the Iowa auxiliary of the United Commercial travelers, spoke at a joint meeting of the local council, No. 107, U. C. T., and auxiliary Saturday night at the P. G. and E. auditorium. The program opened with a 6:30 lunch in charge of a voluntary vommittee, headed by Mr. and Mrs. Frank S.. Hanson. The separate meetings of the council and auxiliary followed, and then the joint session. Prizes in bridge were won by J. W. Macket and Walter J. Walker. Thirty-eight were present. Pre-Nuptial Parties Honor Couple to Wed May 1 0 in Sioux City Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Long, 232 Fifth street northwest, entertained at a supper party and kitchen shower Saturday evening at their home honoring Miss Helen Van Sickle and Roger Patton who will be married May 10 at Sioux City. The evening was spent in playing bridge with high score prizes going to Dr. and Mrs. Draper Long. Miss Van Sickle was honored at a breakfast Sunday morning given by the Akiyuhapi club at the Jefferson Amber room. A gift was presented to Miss Van Sickle from the club. -- :·-- To say that a man has more money than sense does not imply that he is rich.-- Portland Oregon Journal. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE · MEALS FOB THREE Breakfast Orange Juice Cooked Wheat Cereal Cream Soft Cooked Eggs Bran Muffins Coffee Luncheon Stuffed Peach Salad Bread Butter Sponge Cake Tea Dinner Spanish Shrimps Mashed Potatoes Buttered Asparagus Bread Currant Jam Cucumber Salad Caramel Bavarian Cream Coffee Spanish Shrimps for Three' (Good:for company, Too) Three tablespoons butter, 3 tablespoons chopped onions, 2 tablespoons flour, 3 tablespoons chopped celery, 3 tablespoons chopped green pepper, 1 cup boiled rice, 1 cup tomatoes, % teaspoon salt, % teaspoon paprika, 1 cup cooked shrimps. Melt butter in frying pan. Add and brown onions, flour, celery, peppers and rice. Add rest of ingredients and cook 3 minutes. Serve. Caramel Bavarian Cream. Two-thirds cup sugar, ifc cup water, 1 tablespoon granulated gelatin, 4 tablespoons cold water, 2 egg yolks, 1 cup milk, 1 teaspoon va- nila, % teaspoon salt, 1 cup whipped cream. Sprinkle sugar on frying pan. Heat slowly and stir constantly with wooden spoon until brown syrup forms. Add % cup water and boil until thick syrup forms. Soak gelatin in 4 tablespoons cold water 5 minutes. Beat yolks, add milk and syrup mixture. Heat in double boiler, add gelatin mixture and stir until dissolved. Cool and add rest of ingredients. Pour into glass mold and chill until stiff. Requires about 3 hours to chill and stiffen thoroughly. Unmold.and serve plain or with cream. An excellent dessert for company as it can be made a day prior to serving. · Mother's Day Sunday, May 13 Your Gift means more than at Christmas Social Calendar Qlve lovebj . . . Pairs in a Beautiful Mother's Day Box for 2 pairs in special sift packing... 1 pair packed for Mother's Day. Other* $1.25 to $1.65 Factory sealed and certified as 10 quality and freshness by BeKer Fabrics Telling Bureau 3 minutes at our Hosiery Department will guide you to the style and color she prefers -- merely consult our gift buying chart. The Merkel Co. MONDAY 85 club-6:30 o'clock, church, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Melsh, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blair,. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rorlck, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jorgenson. Madison Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, school. Y. W. C. A. Glee club-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. TUESDAY Chicago J*. W. Women-2 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium special meeting. E. T. W. club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Willis White, 302 Fourteenth street northwest, pot luck lunch. Baptist Lorinf; division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. K. Adams 1430 Fourth street southeast. Gad-a-iot club-1 o'clock, Jefferson ami.'ir room Mrs. J. 0. Gilbertson, hostess. Woman's club board-9:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Roosevelt Jackson C. S. C.-Postponed two weeks. W. R. C.-Courthouse assembly. Baptist Y. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Chester WU Uams, 424 Polk place southeast. MELLANG-CRAWFORD CRESCO, May 7.--Lester Mel lang, 27, and Vera Crawford, 20 both of Mason City, have been issued a marriage license. Evelyn Barr Married to R. Connelly Wason City Couple Say Vows at Little Brown Church. Miss Evelyn Margaret Barr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barr, 623 Georgia avenue southeast, became the bride of Ralph Rooert Connelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Connelly, Sunday morning: at 9 o'clock at the Little Brown church near Nashua. Only the members of the immediate families of the couple and a few close friends attended the ceremony which was read by the Rev. William Kent. Miss Marian Barr waa her sister's maid of honor and Mark Pirkl attended Mr. Connelly. The bride wore a green swagger suit with rown acessories and her corsage waa of red roses and white lupin. Miss Barr was attired in a tan swagger suit with brown accessor- es and wore a corsage of talisman roses and sweet peas. Following; the ceremony, Mr. Connelly and his bride left for a wedding trip to points in Wisconsin and upon their return will be at home at Clear Lake. The bride, a graduatae of Mason City high school and Hamilton's col- ege of commerce, has been employed as bookkeeper for the Northwest Distributing company. Mr. Connelly s a graduate of the Mason City ligh school and attended Iowa State college at Ames. He is employed by the Standard Oil company. Out of town guests at the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Frew of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barr, Jr., and Miss Hazel 3arr of Marquette, Mr. and Mrs. S. '. Quirk and children, Mrs. Nora Ferrier and Mary Cupps of Minneapolis. Too Many Parents Lose Individuality in Daily Round of Rearing Child By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH Mrs. Jones was delighted when her grown daughter said to her one ay: "Do you know, Mother, as far jack as I can remember, I have bought of you as a person, and riot merely as a mother." Too many parents lose their individuality, in, the dally ·: round of )ringing up children. The constant cry of "Mother" or "Father" tends :o wipe out the memory of any other relationship but that of parent and child. The mother, always at hand in an emergency, ready with advice and sympathy, eventually becomes merely a type; the father, preoccupied with earning a living, frequent- y tired and seldom in, becomes a necessary cog in the household machine. It is too easy for parents to drop into these roles and submerge their own lives and ambitions in those of ;heir children. The difficulty is that children are only a part of life--at most twenty years out of the sixty or seventy which man can reasonably hope to live. There is no need to neglect children, nor to seek careers or economic independence, nor to hold on to the skirts of youth in riotous parties whire adults become childish in an effort to prove their existence The best way for parents to keep their identity is to preserve carefully a life of their own through all the stress and strain of rearing a family. If they read together, attend concerts, have hobbies, go off on excursions, in spite of nerves jangled by sleepless nights and the sudden demands of children, it will be better in the end, both for them and the children than if they absorb themselves too much in the youngsters and their problems. Roulette was placed within an lour of London at Easter time when tables were established s.t Le Touquet, the fashionable resort, and English and French airlines put on special services for players. THE LOTUS FLOWER This quilt block was the favorite for the quilt In every young lady's :rousseau. It was first made in Massachusetts between 1827 and 1830. The favorite quilting designs used with the "Lotus Flower" were the "Clam Shell" and "Persian Pear" and the "Princess Feather" with festoons and wreaths. The fin- .shed quilt block measures 18 inches. Rose, pink, green, and gold make up the color scheme. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 22 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 22. Vliss Helen Horecka Weds Halbert Pollock GARNER, May 7.--Miss Helen Horecka and Halbert Pollock were married Saturday night at Woden ay the Rev. Mr. Baker, pastor of Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern Convention Goers Will Hear Music Mason City Talents to Be Displayed at State . Meeting. Mason City musical talent has been enlisted for the state convention of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs which will be held hero Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The high school sextet under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith will sing a special arrangement of the Federation song, "The Golden Key," at the Friday noon birthday luncheon. Friday evening Miss Marjorie Smith will direct a string ensemble from the high school. Mrs. Don Wells, Mrs. A. C. Hagerman and Mrs. C. E. Oilman will sing. The Studio quartet will sing Saturday noon and Saturday evening there will be music by the high, school string ensemble and a solo by Mrs. W. L. Bennett and by Edwin Helbling. The Hotel Hanford will be thi convention headquarters and Mason. City members of the club will register on Thursday afternoon after 5 o'clock in the hotel lobby for the convention F tiy the Methodist church and cousin of the bridegroom. The bride formerly taught in the ; rural schools of Hancock county and has operated a beauty parlor , for several years. She is the daugh- .,', ter of Mrs. Joe Horecka. ...; The bridegroom, the son of Mrs. li Clare Pollock, gucceeeded his father /;« as secretary of the Farmers Co-op-jjj erative creamery. ,| Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less -- Since 1920 (OOmir AMD iATlMACTKMI «1TH SVCKY PURCHASED / '\ It's "Mother" We Honor Next Sunday, May 13th Remember "HER" with some small gift--· SHE'LL appreciate your thoughtfulness. And buy "HER" gift here. Give "HER" a Purse, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Blouses, Underthings, · Kimonos, Dresses in silk or cotton, Neckwear and Smocks. Our collections of practical gifts are almost unlimited. See these vast assortments of gifts for "Mother." . CQ _ and Price range from «J»J v vv "SEE YOU TOMORROW" · ' '·" m I I I We Carry-VAUGHAN'S and FERRY'S S E E D S JOHNSTON'S F L O W E R S Across From Park We Tdegrapb Flowers Phone 223 10 First Stmt ?i. W- Your Rugs! WHAT DO THEY LOOK LIKE NOW? A Skillful Cleaning of Rugs Costs You But Little at Phone 788 or 789 To My Wife... I don't want to hurt your feelings, but I know the difference between a home-washed shirt and a well-laundered shirt. And so do my friends. They notice, and maybe the boss does, too. Little things like that are embarrassing. But worse than that, they affect a man's future. I haven't said anything about it in the past, because 1 figured you'd notice the difference, too. Maybe you're trying to save us money. If that's the reason you've been playing washwoman, phone 600 and find out how little the Lyons Laundry charges to launder shirts. They do a swell job. Love, JIM

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