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May 8, 1934

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MA If 8 · 1934 CONCLUDING ACTIVITIES Department to Present Play in May Membership Committee Is Ready for New Season;' Guest Rules Printed. Members of the Woman's club board met Tuesday morning at the Y W. C. A. to consider final events of the year and plans for the coming season. The maternity bed fund will .benefit by the second performance of the drama production committee slay "The Perfect Alibi" or The Fourth Wall," which will be staged * ° ur _. -",' *,? !_ the high -school Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern Membership Cards MM..C. C. Carried membership chairman, ann°wi c «l the membership tds provide that "no member meetings, that a member may take non-resident guests to any of the general male meetings on payment of 50 cents for each guest, that resident male guests and non-resident house guests be admitted free to all departmental meetings, that rules regarding guest privileges apply to nonresident members. ANEMONE The delicate wood anemone is one of America's rarest and prettiest wild flowers. The quilt block of this name 19 one of the oldest known to quilt historians and one that is thoroughly American, since it is only recently that the anemone was cultivated in Europe. Early Virginia quilters seized upon the simplest flowers and reproduced them most successfully in their most famous quilts. Finished, "Anemone" measures 10 inches square and requires twenty-eight applique and twenty- plain blocks. 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. Mrs John Shipley, chairman of the literature department, spoke of plans being made for a short story writing- contest for members of the Woman's club. It was decided to conduct this in the fall. Play Writing Contest. \nnouncement was made of the play-writing contest which is being conducted under the chairmanship of Mrs. H. N. Jacoby. Mrs. Ralph Willis reported the child clinic ac- Mrs." Stuart Grummon, president of the club, announced that the Business and Professional Women s club will entertain the state convention here this week-end and oointed out that the Saturday lecture by Dr. Lyman Bryson of Des Moines has been opened to the PU Mrs' : .wi· R. Hamilton.gave: the auditors repoft.'on .lie ,books tor the year.;., , '' ·; '.. ; . ' CAMPBELI^GILCHRIST ROCKWELL, May 8.---Announcement is made.of the marriage of Wayne R. Campbell and Miss Hazel Gilchrist of Storm Lake, a teacher in the public schools of that place, and a niece of Congressman F. C. Gilchrist -of the eighth district. The young folks will establish a new borne here within the next few weeks. _*_ LOTTS-BELLMAN DOWS May 8.--Dr. E. G. Lotts Dows, and Mrs. Leona Bellman, Clear Lake, were married Sunday in the home of Mrs. Bellman's 'daugh ter, Mrs. Opal Meier at Swea City. After visiting a few days in Des Moines in the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Newt Goodson, they Mil make their home in Dows, the latter part of the week. Lois Hodson Bride of,Everett Austin CRYSTAL LAKE, May 8.--Everett Austin, son of Chris Austin, formerly of Crystal Lake and Lois Hodson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hodson, southeast of Cry- stal'Lake, were married Sunday at the Methodist parsonage at Forest City by the Rev. H. W. Ward. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Qllie rlirschbaum and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hodson. The bride was graduated from the h'igh school at Forest City and has taught school for the past five years. The bridegroom attended the high school at Crystal Lake.- Mr. Austin .Is employed ; as assistant buttemaker "at the Crystal .Creamery, company. . . Mr. and Mrs. Austin will be at home soon in the apartment over the Farmer's National bank. THOKSON-BERGLAND LAKE MILLS, May 8.--The marriage of Miss Nettie Bergland daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bergland, to Sam Thorson of Vinje took place on Monday afternoon at Winnebago church. The Rev. Huseth performed the ceremony. The couple was attended by Miss Adeline Hockenson and Mr. Drugsvold Mr. and Mrs. Thorson will live on a farm near Vinge. Enjoy this pare green tea no it in in J#PAK1T£A "Fresh from the Garden*" Sweeter than anything she can ever grow Herself--the ones you send-on "HER" day. .Next Sunday, May 13, Is Mother's Day You are invited to come out to the Greenhouse now and make your selection from our assortment of strictly fresh home-grown stock. Your Mother will appreciate flowers you personally select. OPEN EVENINGS ALL THIS WEEK Kemble's Greenhouse Clubs Unite in Honoring R. Browning Program of Music, Poetry Presented Following Dinner. Browning club and Matinee Musicale club members combined for a program honoring Robert Browning Monday evening at the Church of Christ. Dinner was served at 6 o'clock. , Mrs A. I. Sondrol of Clear Lake, president of the Browning club, welcomed the Matinee Musicale club members as guests pointing ut the fitness of observing the day with music and poetry, the chief baracteristics of Browning's works. Mrs. L. S. Sanders, president of Matinee Musicale, in responding aid that no club is sufficient unto tself, but develops by contact. The program included a talk on 'Browning and His Appreciation of Music" by Mrs. James E. Blythe, 'Rabbi Ben Ezra" by Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, "Toccato" by Galuppi and ·I" met in G" by Mozart, Mrs. J. E. Stinehart; "Ballet Mignon" by Wachs by Mrs. Frank Pearce and three solos by Mrs 1 . B. Raymond Weston, "The Last Rose of Summer" by Moore, "Home Sweet Home" by Payne and "Love" by Browning. Vocal Selections. Mrs. C. G. Maudsley sang "I Have More Than a Friend," by Browning and Mrs. C. E. Oilman, "Prospice" by Browning. A series of living pictures representing various poems of Browning were staged including "The Pied Piper of Hamelin," Miss Mollie McGowan, Miss Mary Bullock, Robert Major, Theofore Thornblade, Robert Servison and Martin Yose- loff. Miss Esther Steinberg appeared as "My Last Duchess," Miss Inez Gwynn and Mrs. W. L. Bennett, "James Lee's Wife," "Ah Love But a Day," Miss Eleanor Wilcox; "Pippa Passes," "The Year's at the Spring," Jjss Esther Storer and Mrs. C. G. Maudsley; "Heroes," Mrs. A. C. Hagerman. · In Living Pictures. The Cavalier songs, "Marching Along" and "Boot, Saddle to Horse and Away," were represented by H. J. Steinberg; "Saul and David," Mrs. N. C. Kotchell and Mrs. Edith Naylor; "The Guardian Angel," Mrs. Don Wieder and Ruth.Vander- wicken; 'Mrs. Browning,;Mrs..'Cer- ney*and*to«:-Hagermanl-.'.' ··' ;·: The program concluded with tributes to Browning read by Miss Tommy D. Priest. In one tribute she.quoted Stopford Brooke saying "There is no need to mourn his departure. Nothing feeble has been done, nothing which lowers the note of his life, nothing we can regret as less than his native strength. And as if the muse of poetry wished to adorn the image.of his death, he passed away amid a world of beauty and in. 1 the midst of a world endeared to him by love. Strong and tender in life, his death added a new fairness to his memory. Mankind is fortunate to have so noble a memory, so full and excellent work, to rest upon and love." Members of the two clubs who collaborated in preparing the program include Mrs. William Hathorn Miss Gibbs and Miss Luelda Carlson, Browning club, and Mrs; W. L Bennett, Mrs. Frank Pearce and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Matinee Mu sicale. Adults Forget Desire for Conformity Which Colored Their Youth By BROOKE PETERS CHUKCH "Tommy, why are you wearing our good trousers? Where are our corduroys?" "Aw, gee, mother," protested the oy, "none of the boys wear cordu- oys." But Mrs. Smith over-rode all ob- ections, though lO-year-old Tommy ho had not cried since he was ight, was finally reduced to tears. n the «nd he went to school in his orduroys, and spent his school ours the miserable butt · of his lassmates' teasing and laughing. No doubt corduroys were the ractical things for school, and Urs. Smith is a sensible mother in dressing her boy serviceably and ,conomically. But at that particular Jm« the boys were all wearing weeds, and anyone who failed to conform to the strict and narrow school standards was open at leasl :o the comment and generally to unkind jeers and personal remarks Adults are prone to forget their own childhood and the passion for conformity which prevails among young people, especially- small boys There is no use in arguing the mat ter out with the child and insisting that the desire to be "like the othe fellows" is foolish and often verj DRESS HAS GOOD LINES YOKE COMPLETED BY TIED SCARF; THREE-QUARTER LENGTH SLEEVES; WELL CUT SKIRT ARE FEATURES Globe-Gazette 1J Cent ruttera, I0» «n» A»e»««, Kew DIANA DAI- Today's model lends itself most admirably to the spring crepe silk prints to navy and white, brown and white and in green tones. The yoke at the front of the bodice is slimming the way it ends in a tied scarf. The slim skint cut with, a length-giving panel at the front, flutters gracefully In its softly slightly flared fulness. Another interesting scheme is navy blue crepe silk with the deep back pointed yoke of the bodice and the front yoke of crisp white embroidered organdie. Style No. 700 is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48 inches bust. Size 36 requires 3% 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 in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth 1 avenue, New York City., 3,000 Artists Represented in Exhibits Wife Preservers Baptist Y. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Chester Williams, 424 Polk place southeast. 700 Social Calendar TUESDAY WEDNESDAY HoJy Family Ladies aid-2 o'clock, school, cards and refreshments. Oweso clnb-- 1 o'clock, Mrs. Otto Englebretaon, 311' Second street ixortheast, O. T-. T./ciub-^' -' r " -. 1 o'clock, Mrs. Lloyd Eaton, Ho^ tel Hanford. Fortnightly club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Lulu Richardson, 202 Tenth street northeast. Central Lutheran S. E. group-2 o'clock, Mrs. W. C. Grainger, 202 Vermont avenue southeast. Social Hour club- Mrs. R. ;B. Dunn. Intercreek club-Mrs Frank Burns. Woodman circle Beryl Grove 135-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. L. Furing- ton, 622 First street southeast. Mc4l»on P. T- A. -2:30 o'clock, school, installation of officers program by grade 5. Legion Drum Corps auxiliary-6:30 o'clock, Church of Christ, program and games. Behlehem Willing Workers-7:30 o'clock, church parlors. I. O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. sixth grado pupils and a piano solo, "The Brook," by Joy Farrer. The lesson on "The Child's Religion" was led by Mrs. George Andrick. There were 40 mothers present. Bits About 'Em Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller have returned to their home in Preston after a short visit with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell L. Forbes, 1023 Jefferson avenue northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson, 925 Washington avenue northwest, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson and daughter Fern, 833 Fourth street southwest, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Taylor and son, Dale, 32 Seventh street northwest, Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Weed, 109 Monroe avenue southwest/have returned from Perry where they attended the funeral of Mr. Wilson's sister, Mrs. W. H. Winegar, who was killed in an automobile accident at .Raton, N. Mex. Double services were conducted for Mrs. Wlnegar and Mrs. Mary Me- Call who died in the same accident. Others at the funeral were Mr. and Mra George Wilson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wilson of Crystal Lake and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearce of Woodard, and Mrs. John Mitchell and children of Fremont, Nebr. * # » Miss Margaret Hanson, formerly of Mason City, visited here enroute back to Minneapolis where she attends the University of Minnesota, after a week-end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. H. E. Hanson of Joliet, 111. * * * Alton Willis Hanson of Decorah has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Olson, 251 Eighth street southeast. He is a nephew of Mrs. Olson. Work of Grade School Art Classes to Be on Display. The art work of approximately 3,000 Mason City grade school children will be exhibited in their respective school buildings at the May meetings of the Parent Teacher associations. Every child will have a ] piece of his work in the various ex- iiibita. . .. The exhibits will be open to the public during the schedules arranged. The Washington and Monroe exhibits will be held at the beginning of the next school year because the association does not meet Madison's exhibit will be the afternoon and evening of May 9 and 10- Harding May 10 and 11; Central, May 10 and 11; Grant, May 17 and 18; Roosevelt-Jackson, May 17 and 18; Jefferson, May 18; Garfield, May 23 or 24; McKinley, May 23; Wilson, My 24 and 25. The regular classroom work will be exhibited although all phases of the art work will not be shown. These exhibits emphasize creative, illustration and design. Some of the work is correlated with academic subjects by means of projects worked out by various groups of children. Mediums used are crayon, water color, colored chalk, tempera, paint, pencil and clay. --·-- Miss Edna Mosbach Weds Harvey Elbert WHITTEMORE, May 8--A wedding took place Monday morning at St Michael's church when Harvey Elbert and Edna Mosbach were united in marriage by the Rev. Father Veit. The matron of honor was Mrs. Connie Doyle, the bridegroom's best man, Connie Doyle. The bride is the youngest daughter of John Mosbach and a graduate of Presentation academy. The bridegroom is the oldest son of W. A. Elbert formerly of Whitternore but now in Peoria, 111. For a time after graduating from Presentation academy he worked in the Skelly Oil station and last year he started farming on the Schmitt farm just west of town, where they will live. Choose a windy, sunshiny day for washing blankets, so that they will dry quickly and keep their fluffiness. Hanging too long in the sun will fade colored cotton blankets. COUPLES LICENSED BY ALLISON CLERK ALLISON, May 8.--Marriage licenses have been issued here to Arnold Edmund Kleinschmidt, 23, and Mrs. Elva E. Lindner, 25, both of Clarksville; and to Gerald Edward Cook. 26, and Alma Mae Johnson, both of Green Mountain. TWO COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES TO MABBY HAMPTON, May 8.--Marriage licenses were issued to Harm Ubben 25, and Marlys Elizabeth Hearn 20,' both of Bristow, and Alvin M Saylor, 21, and Helen King, 21, both of Hampton. When the Persian consulate ar rives in Shanghai to open a consul ate it will be the first time in 130' years that Persia and China hav had diplomatic relations. Child Study Circle at Garfield Holds Concluding Meeting PHONE 55 At the last meeting of the Garield Child Study 'circle Monday vening at the school, about 35 chil- ren took part in the program which ncluded a dramatization of "Epa- monindas and his Auntie" by pupils if the kindergarten. Selections in observance of national poetry week were given, by p-oups of third, fourth, fifth and expensive. No parent can know the agony o shame, not only for himself but also for his family, which the small boj must suffer If he is to be "differ ent." It is quite as hard to b dressed in corduroys in a tweed per iod as it used to be to wear curl and velveteen with lace collars i the sailor-suit age. ! Generally the boy himself is the j best judge of what is correct to wear. If he makes a mistake he has only himself to blame and will probably be more observant of the conventions another time. MRS K. E. HOLDER HONORED AT PARTI Mrs. R. R. Holder was honored at a surprise party given at her home, 1208 Fourth street southeast, by a group of friends on the occasion of her birthday. The time was spent in- formall Maturity Maternity... Middle Age ' · At these three trying periods a woman needs Lydia. E. Pinkhim s Vegetable Compound: Gin it fo your daughter when she comes to womanhood. Take it for strength before and after childbirth; Take it to ride yon over Change or Life; Take it whenereryooarenetrous, weak and rundown. A medicine which has the written endorsement of neatly 800.0OO women must be good; Give it a chance to help yon, loo: Take it teg- uhtrly foe beat results; LYDIA E. PIHKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND 98 out of 100 women report baU/it Because s h e ' s "Besi Girl" j-- give her the ktockings she likes Dest-- GOLD STRIPE "ADJUSTABLES" They Fit Every leg. $1.15 to $1.35 Atct it SON IMC. t* wmi* mi* soul* "AND I'M SERVING PINEAPPLE MALLO ICE CREAM" Pineapple Mallo is a new Hutchinson flavor that you should try- Our whole family has taken to it in a big way, and I serve it often. For now that the weather is warmer we have ice cream almost every day. The children and their Daddy like it better than any dessert I can plan." HUTCHINSON'S ICE CREAM Wendell H. Boylan Weds Lois E. Scace CORWITH, May 8.--Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace announce the marriage of their daughter, Lois E., to Wendell H. Boylan, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Boylan of Hubbard, at the Little Brown church. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton Conrow of Waterloo. Mrs. Boylan is a graduate of the Corwith high school and Iowa State college where she was affiliated with Chi Omega sorority and Sigma Al- jha Iota, honorary music fraternity. She taught home economics two years in, the Akron, Colo, schools and the past year in the Hubbard school. Mr. Boylan is a graduate of :he Hubbard high school, attended :he Ellsworth conservatory of music at Iowa Falls and the State University of Iowa, college of pharmacy. While at the University he was affiliated with Phi Delta Chi, professional pharmacy fraternity. Alpha Phi Omega, and was elected to. the Union Board, Rho Chi, hon- oray Pharmacy and A. F. I. After June first the couple will be at home at Hubbard. WEDDINGS TAKE PLACE AT LITTLE BEOWN CHUKCH NASHUA, May 8.--The Rev. William Kent officiated at the marriage at the Little Brown church of Joice Hanneman and Robert Hallenbeck, both of Madison, S. Dak.: Vera Liljengren and Harvey Charles Narr of St. Paul, Minn.; Evelyn Barr, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Barr, and Ralph Connely, son of Robert Connely, both of Mason City. A goldfield, 100 miles in circumference, has been found in the Transvaal. Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less -- Since 1930 tOUXTBT AMD tATUMCTtcn WITH IVtRY FUXCUAII^ For Miss Graduate Gifts That ·\' Are Are ^ Bought Here You know how much graduation means to every graduator-so let's not forget them. Xhafg why we've gone in for graduation frocks and gifts In a big way. Come in and let us show you these gifts for graduates tomorrow. Lingerie, Silk Hosiery, Banquet and Silk Dresses, Jackets, Purees, Gloves, Sweaters, Blouses, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Kobes and Wash Frocks. Price range from 29c to $16 95 "See You Tomorrow" 5 li| MOTHER'S DAY ICE CREAM CAKE Your neighborhood Hutchinson dealer is now taking orders for special Mother's Day Ice Cream Cakes. Six generous servings--49c.

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