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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, April 4, 1931
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·Jfc-^i-? *'o;,^ \: £*ri5~ ;;*cu y;:*?^^* ra, ; ~ 'Jivzi ML^sJttzmtt*^*^^*r--i'.--*^~?~'^ K ***3*'ti rtr^-wsnS'j.slwiEW.-TSvi;»v. Jis s " v- r-.H^T-.w.?; «,"Z w a'^ii^S:SSi=^«^^ Ji'"^ --- i- w. -·' ""-ivc J s?£«»ass=a«c««»'-«- ^=«'' MASON CITY GLOBE-KAZETTJB APRIL 4 1931 EVENTS GIVE INTEREST TO SOCIAL CALENDAR Mrs; Garter to Speak oh Decoration Woman's Club Board Will r V ; Meet in Morning; f To Have Luncheon; : The' we eic following Easter finds renewed activities in the club and social circles of Mason City. With the Lenten ban removed pi ana are 'being-made'for a number of interesting events.^., ·' .';··· ' ·;' '· The, Woman's-club has an additional general meeting. Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the'Y. WC.-' A. when Chryatlne Button Carter, 'Naw York interior decorator, will' speak. Mrs. Carter, a. native of Kentucky, was-educated for opera, but since.ah illness robbed her of her voice, the harmony and rhythm gained Iri'musSc, together with further 'study was turned;to .the decorating profession. She maintained "an interior decorating .shop' in Dallas-Texas for a number of years and is now engaged 'on', a lecture The board will ' meet at -10:80 O'clock at : the Y. W. C, A. and the meeting will be followed by a luncheon.' '' : -- ' ' ··;·· ..' '···'· ' · ·-· ' · ' Tournament to End., -, · · The Elks bridge tournament wll! end Monday with a final'Svening .01 play beginning at 8 o'clock: Mr. ant Mrs. Hugh Shepard'and Mr.-and ' Mrs.'Milton G.-Wimraer will be hosts.' There will be a bridge party for .the women Friday afternoon with Mrs. George Hill and Mrs. Walter J, Walker as hostesses.- · --'· \Plans are being completed for th'e Easter'benefit bridge to be given by Pan Hellenic association nex Saturday afternoon at St.' John's parish house. Mrs. Sidney Bo wen is chairman of genera) arrangements Members of Matinee Musicale.wJl go to Charles' City Tuesday for the annual Charles City guest day program which it is their turn to give The Matinee Musicals mod the music department of the.Charles.City Woman's ,club have exchanged programs for a number of-years anc . last.year the Charles City members gave the program here. The final Owl club party will be held Thursday eve'ning at the Hotel 1 Hanfor'dV This marks the close'of a series of six parties held during the -'eeason. .- '· · : · ·. .' · ' ' · · To Have Clinic, . . · · ' · · Tie Woman's ciub child conservation department will hold its monthly free baby clinic Friday from 1 to 3 o'clock at the Y. W- O. A. The clinic was postponed one week because of Good Friday. / ' , The' regular study club meetings ·will be held during, the week. On Monday Chautauqua, Twentieth. .-Century, Occident, Monday,' U. Q. L. afid Midland "clubs'will meet Atheh- Jan, Sorosls and History clubs will in'eet onThuraday. ' . . : The first meeting of the'Buslneas English class being sponsored by the Business and Fro/esslonal Women's dub will'be-held Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. 'Katherlne Leonard will conduct Class and Miss Mable Sucher is in charge of arrangements. The Auction Bridge club will meet Wednesday afternoon at the homa of Mrs. Carl.Snyder. Akiyuhapi club will be entertained at dinner Tuesday, evening at..7 .o'clock, at the Clear Lake Country club. . .--*-- . . . . . . MBS. CHARLES CORNWEM, HOSTESS AT BRIDGE : ' Mrs. Charles". E. Cornwell,- 223 Crescent drive entertained at bridge Friday afternoon at her home In honor of Mrs.. E. B. Shaw of Oel- weln who is 'visiting" her. There were. three tables and high score prize was won by Mrs. S. V. German; Mrs. Shaw Won" a "guest prize l Mr. Shaw arrived Saturday to join Mrs. Shaw in an over Easter visit here. . BENSON-LE8HER " CLARION, April.4.--Miss Elizabeth Lesher, daughter of "Mr. ant Mrs. Will Lesher of Clarion, ant ' Omer Bens en, son of Mr. and Mrs Barney Benson,' were" married in Webster City. They will live on his father's farm in Lincoln township NEWLY SELECTED HEADS OF STUDY ORGANIZATIONS MRS. TIM FHALEN Photo by Kirk MRS. A. N. SAUG --Photo by Kirk MRS. RALPH FISCHBECK Y Services to Be Held at Sunrise Special Music Will Be Feature of Easter i Affair. -. . Various churchss which do not lave Easter sunrise services are cooperating, with, the Y. W; C. A. in ts service to be held at 7 o'clock Sunday morning. The Rev. P. W. Pfaltzgraff will speak on "Easter's Challenge to Youth." Miss Olga M6en will sing two solos, ('Easter Morn" by Anna Pris- · cilia Risher and "Arise, Shine, for Thy Light Is Come" by Parker. There will be music by the Orpheum orchestra of the First Methodist church. The service, -which is an annual event is sponsored by the religious education commltee'of the Y. W. C. A. .of which Mrs. H. V. MacGregop " chairman. SOCIAL CALENDAR \ Clubs Arrange dosing · All notices- for Saturday's social calendar must /reach : the Globe- Gazette, before 4 ;,o'clock Friday afternoon.,No: notices will be accepted on Saturday. Notices to be added to the daily calendar should be: phoned in before 10 : o'clock of the day on which they are to ap- cxar. This arrangement is made to Facilitate handling 1 the more-than 100 items which are phoned In dur- njp the weak. Club programs which we file will bo followed directly unless we are notified of a change, MONDAY '·; 1515 o'clock, Mrs. Jack,Kohl, 807 Washington avenue northwest, Mrs. John Senneff, Jr., assisting. Monday club-Mrs. C. L. Marston, 710 Carolina avenue northeast, current events, Mrs, C. -R. Patton, Atlantic Monthly, Mrs. A. M. Avery. Chautannua club-2:30 o'clock. Y.-W. C. A.; Mrs. J. C. Williams, hostess, election of officers,, lesson, Mrs. Williams. Occident clulv-- Mrs. Milton Bergland, 114 Eleventh-street northeast, luncheon.. Twentieth Century club-^Mrs. C. C. Garrlck, 615 Jefferson avenue northwest, lesion, Mrs, J. E. ..McDonald, Mrs. O. A, Lueders. Midland club-'2:30 :o'clock, Mrs. J. H. Stevens 321 . Washington avenue northwest, Mrs. C.: P. Walker, leader, EightyrFlvo club-- : Church, .dinner and treasure hunt, Mr. and Mrs. PBAI! clement Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Krager, Mr and Mrs. C. A.Thomas, Mr. aid Mrs. Harry Hansen, committee, Elk» Bridge club-8 o'clock, clubrooms, end of tournament, - i Auxiliary , to United Light and Power--· 8 o'clock, P. G. and E. Drama Shop Players-8 o'clock, Drama Shop. V T Come to Palais Royal if you still Demand the Best HOME OF BOTHMOOR COATS TUESDAY Woman's club board-10:30 o'clock, Y, W. C. A. Wa-Tan-Yo-12:15 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. iVbman's club-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A.,'lecture by Chrystlne Button Carter, Matinee Muslcale-- Charles City, guest day. QarfleJd circle-2:30 o'clock,'Mrs. O. T. Anderson, 512 Eighth street southeast. Kebekah circle--2-.30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. tall; Mrs. A. C. Hlly and. committee,' PriacIIIa clnb-i : Mrs. George Smith, 512 Carolina avenue southeast, Mrs. George and Mrs.-Henry Smith, hostesses. Chicago Northwestern Women's club-2:30 o'clock, P. G. E. auditorium. - . Midget Music club- Mrs, Lyle PIckfordr 1228 Washington; avenue northwest. T. N. T.-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Akiyuhapi club-7 o'clock, Clear Lake. Country club, dinner with Grace GHe as hostess. : Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S.-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, short program and lunch. East Bide Social circle-7:30 o'clock, church parlors. Wilson Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, school, council as guests. St. James Wartburg Luther Icmgue 8- o'clock, church, Eleanors and Ada Schmidt and Laverna Tiieschler, hostesses. Ugo Igo club-- · Miss Lola Mason, 605 East State street. : WEDNESDAY McKlnley Child Study circle-2 o'clock, school, election of officers, refreshments' served by Mrs. Fred AderHolt's team. Interereek club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Randolph Jackson. St. James Lutheran Ladles' aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. Harry Kinney, Mrs. H. Kappllng 1 - er. -" Social Hour club-- ·MM. T. W. Files. W. C. T. U-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Q. R. C.-Mrs. L. A. Wilklns, 410 First street northwest, Mrs. Dora Liea- veld, assisting. Auction Bridge club--' 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Carl Snyder, .1015 First street northwest, - 6 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., dinner meeting. Presbyterian Congregation-7:30 o'clock, church, annual meet- Ing. .H. B. A.-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. of officer* is one of the seasonal activities of the various JC« study clubs in Mason'City. Newly chosen for office are. Mrs. A. M. Saug, Mrs. Tim Phalen and Mrs. Ralph Fischbeck. x · Mrs. A. M. Saug is the new president of the Child Study club. She succeeds Mrs. John Randall. Mrs. Phalen succeeds Mrs. M. J. Fitzpatrick as president of the Athenian club. · ,» Mr« Fischbeck-Is the new president of the T. A. B. club. She served as vice president during th« past season and is succeeding Mrs. S. A, Watts In the office. , . . circle--. 2:30 o'clock, Monroa' school. Harding P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, grandparents' program. History club--. Mrs. E. H. Wagner, 49 Beaumcnt · ' drive, -"Three Ruths in. Congress," -fMrs. Carl Snyder^ '· '' ' Tusaiati-- .-.·..'.-··· . 6:15 o'clock, Y: W. C. A. Masonic Social club-6:30 o'clock, St. John's perish hall, dinner. Roosevelt circle^-7:30 o'clock) Mrs. Lars Hetland, · 303 Nineteenth street southeast u TJ. G; A,--. , Mrs. Peter Stell. Presbyterian "Young People-7:30 o'clock, church parlors. PARK-AVENUE DE^S SHOP AROUND just . LIKE OTHER GIRLS FRIDAY Harmony guild--1:15 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. G. M. Crabb, Mrs. .M. J, S. Powell, Mrs. H. S. Beemer, Mrs. E. B. Miller. T. M. D.-- * 2 o'clock, Mrs. Sadie Bohnaack. East Side Ladles' aid--, 2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. W. A. Case,,Mrs. Ben Kimrey, hostesses. . Presbyterian Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, church. General Christian Workers-3:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., officers in charge. First Methodist' General Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, division 2, hostess, Mrs. L;' H. Christensen, chairman. NEW YORK, April 4. (--Debutantes: of Park Avenue shop around the bargain counters of New York's department stores exactly like other 'girls .who consider, themselves less fortunate. And when they go to work it's not because they're- tired of the social whirl. It's because they need money. , These observations came -today from Betty Gerard, debutante and niece of Janies W. Gerard, former ambassador to Germany..A mouth ago she took a Job In a Fifth avenue shop, and she likes It. "The average person thinks Park avenue girls pay big prices for things," she said, "but they shop around just like other girls." Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, . Spelling and ' Meaning--Ideas Invited. By AQtS. E. K^ u u^i j.~£in ""* Here Is a group of words which seems to be difficult for some people because they formed a habit as children of stressing the wrong syllable. They are incomparable (in- kom-par-ra^bl), irrevocable (ir-rev- d-ka-bl) and irreparable (Ir-rep-a- ra-bl). In all three words the accent should fall on the second syllable. NASHUA; April '4.-^MIss Edna Lavlna Earl and Oscar John Wood, both of Oakland,-Minn., were married. Thursday at the Little .Brown church,by the Rev. William Kent RAW-W*AGNER CORWITH, April 4.--Miss Bertha Wagner and Frank Raw were married at Humboldt, the Rev. J. 3. Share, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wagner, the former a brother of the bride. They left Thursday morning on a wedding trip which will include points in Nebraska and Colorado. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Pauline Wagner of Corwith^ and for several years operated a millinery shop at Brltt. Mr. Raw Is a merchant at Sioux Falls, S. Dak. BITS ABOUT 'EM THURSDAY · Gee Dee Bridge club--· 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Will Cross, 502 Fifth street southeast. Athenian club- Mrs. William Barragy, 212 Fourth street northwest, current events, group 4, "Iowa HlDtory," Mrs. Gallagher. Sorosla club--· ·Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne, 418 Ninth street portheast, roll call, interest- 'ing items about Sweden. Royal Neighbors-^- Eaglga hail. " ' N. D. Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Alice Brough, 404 /West State street. Monroe Washington Child Study Trinity Lutheran Ladles' aid-Church parlors, Mrs. Warner, Mrs. H. A. Herrick, Mrs. A. J. Wik, hostesses. G. F. S. Candidates-4:15 o'clock, parish hall. L.'A. F. M.-- . 6:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, covered dish dinner, meeting at 8 o'clock ' . · . City Progressive club-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Mattie Palmer, 24 Virginia avenue southeast. · ' . f McKlnley P. I. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, carnival. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, courthouse assembly. Pleasant Ridge club-' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Diercks. Baptist.Music committee--i 8 o'clock, church entertainment. "Lullabys of Many Nations." SATURDAY Pansy Junior Woodman circle-' 2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. ' · R. N. A. Juveniles-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Playlet to Be Given. . ,DUMONT, April 4.--The.W. C. T. .U. will entertain the women of the missionary societies of the town at a missionary tea Tuesday evening at the M. E. church parlors. There will be a playlet by 15 women, "Packing a Missionary Box," an exercise by eight L. T. L. girls and boys and a candle lighting service by five women. Miss' Fisher and Mrs. Jackson will smg^olos. "Girls' ready-to-wear clothes," reads an advertisement. At last.-Passing Show. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stanfleld of Des Molnes arrived Saturday for an over Easter visit at the home of Mr. SLanf [eld's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stanfleld, 815 Washington avenue northwest. · * * Mr. and Mrs. Asa--Leroy' Briar, 228 Seventh street ^ortheast, returned Friday from Cedar Falls where they have been, visiting friends this week. Mary Virginia Brass er, student at Clark college, Dubuque, Is spending the spring holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brasser, 1446 enue. North Federal av- Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bergin have moved from their home at 521 Connecticut avenue southeast, to 405 Fourteenth street southeast, * * * Mrs. J. S. Roderick and son, John, Kirksville, Mo., are visiting at the R. Q. Moore home, 132 Eleventh street northeast, The Rodericks were formerly residents of Mason City. * * ' * Miss Owen Thomas and H. I. Paulsrud of Minneapolis arrived yesterday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Boyd, 206 North Federal avenue. Miss Thomas is a sister of Mrs. Boyd. * '* * Fritz' Beck, student at the University oC Iowa, is visiting over Easter with his parents, Mr. tine Mrs. Allan Beck, 24 Eleventh street northeast' He was accompanied to Mason City by a fraternity brother F. Stewart McDanlels, who is a guest hi Beck home. Mrs. L. P. Chriatenson, 12; Twenty-first street southeast, has returned from California where she spent seven months visiting with Mrs. Harold Hosse and Mra. Clyde Trevitt at Santa Monica, Miss Mildred Clayton, Delaware apartments, haa left for Algdha where-she will visit over the week- md at the home of her parents. Dr. George Paschal, Interne 0.1 he University of Iowa hospital, is 'islttng at the J. E. Williams home 169 Crescent drive. He will return o Iowa City Sunday. Miss Georgia Burmelster, daugh .er of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Burmeister, is visiting this wcek-enc at the H. H. Kellog home, Miles Miss Burmeistef is a student a 1 !owa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. . E. W. Leach and W. W. Thirst were in Mason City Friday and visited at the. R. H. McCormlck lome, 912 Fourth street southwest Mr. Leach, dog show superintend cnt of Minneapolis, will be remem ler'ed as having superintended th dog show held in Mason City two years ago. Misses Emma and Nan Frandson of Chicago were in Mason City Sat urday on their way to Brltt wher they will visit over Easter wit their parents. Miss Emma Frand son plans to visit next week wit Miss Irma Wllhelm, 119 Pennsyl vania avenue southeast. . * * « Miss Dorothy Dormedy, studen at Clarke college, fiubuque, ar rived Friday evenlng^for a Visit a the home of her parents, Mr. an Mrs.,F. Dormedy, 30% First stree southeast. . . . ' » · · " · Mr. and Mrs. Will Nichols an sons, Lloyd and Kenneth, Maso City, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. B C. Clark, Clarion. Kenneth is member of the Mason City h!g school band which played in, Clar ion Friday evening. Study ircle Takes NTew Officers /Irs. K. E. Griffiths'. Will Head Roosevelt-Jackson Group'. Mrs. K. E. Griffiths was elected resident o£ the Roosevelt-Jackson hild Study circle at the meeting rid ay evening at the Roosevelt chool. Mrs. R. J. Johnston was elec- ed vice president, Mrs. W. H. nalth, secretary, 1 and: Mrs. , ' Jay rost; librarian. · ' · · : - ; ' ' : ·'-:'."'--". 'Mrs. W. S. Smith led the lessou n "The Question of Punishment" [rs. E. H. Schultz reviewed an ar- cle entitled, "Child, Money and hrif t" Ronald Mahlstadt played a iano solo, "The Rustic Holiday" by pauldlng. A social hour, followed the'meet- ng with Mrs. E. C. Sullivan and Mrs. H. Knudson in charge. Mayflower Group to Have Meeting at Ames April 17 This Iowa Society of Mayflower descendants with a membership of 42 will hold' Its third annual meet- ng April 17 at Memorial Union Vmea. The meeting haa been callec ay Irving H. Hart of Cedar Falls ;overnor of the group, and Mrs 3eorge L. Owings of Marshalltown ecretary. The anniversary lunch on will be served at 12:15-o'clock and all members of the society have "ieen InvlteJ to attend. Reservations re being taken by Miss Jeasie M HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEOBQE HAM CROQUETS FOR DINNER Ham Croquets and Creamed Peas . . Buttered Potatoes Bread Grape Jam Peach Salad Fig Cake and Coffee Ham Croquets Five tablespoons butter, 8 tablespoons flour, 2y 2 cups milk, %-teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon chopped parsley, : 2 tablespoons chopped een peppers, 2 tablespoons chopped celery, % teaspoon salt, 1%' cups chopped cooked ham, 1'egg or 2 yolks, 3 tablespoons cold water, 1 cup crumbs. · Melt butter and add flour. When blended add milk and cook until a very thick sauce forms. Stir constantly. Add seasonings and ham. OooL Dip tablespoonful of mixture Into crumbs and then, into egg and water, beaten together. Dip again Into crumbs and shape as desired. Fry until brown in deep hot fat. Arrange on serving platter and surround with creamed peas. Fig Cake, nerhalf cup fat, 1% cups sugar, 2 eggs, 1 cup milk, 1 teaspoon va- nllia, '1 teaspoon lemon extract, *£ teaspoon salt, 2% cups pastry flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder. Cream fat.and add'sugar. Add alt rest of ingredients and beat Tiro Ely. three-iKl««es f Bj'E:kt Zayer caks pan*.and utes in moderate oven. Add filling. Filling. One-third cup sugar, 5 table-' spoons flour, % teaspoon salt, S tablespoons lemon juice, 2-3 'cup wa» ter, 1 egg yolk, % cup chopped figs, : . 1 tablespoon butter. · Blend sugar, flour and salt. Adi, lemon juice, water and yolk. Cook' in double boiler until thick and creamy. Stir frequently. Add rest of ingredients and beat. Cool and use as filling between two baked cake, layers. Use leftover egg white for boiled frosting and cover top and sides of cake. Cut in wedge- shaped pieces and serve with fork. Store small table cloths and doi- · lies on rollers.and they will lay flat and not be creased. Kelley of Ames. There will be a tour of the Iowa State college campus and a special' concert will be played on the carillion in the Stanton Memorial tower. A reception for Robert Munro Boyd, Jr., governor general of the national society, and ,Mr3. Boyd of Montclalr, N. J., has been planned. - Central Lutheran CHURCH Corner East State and Connecticut ' INVITES YOU TO ATTEND ALL SERVICES ' EASTER DAY 11:00 A. M.--Morning Worship. Sermon, "The Resurrection,'' by the pastor, The Rev. George G. Parker, 7:45 P. M.--The Church Choir of eighteen members will give the sacred cantata, '"Victory," by Wildemere. : 9:45 A. M.--Bible School with a special message. YOU ARE WELCOME

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