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R Wednesday, March 15, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Guest Night Program Is Presented Matinee Musicale club had Us guest night meeting Tuesday at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. Kermit Larson, Miss Marjorie Smith and Mrs. Harold Wolfe in charge of the program which was opened with a welcome by Mrs. W. H. Hathorn. Â» Miss Smith, Mrs. Scott Smith, Mrs. W. A. Storer, Mrs. Harold Johnson and. Mrs. Harry Wolf, composing an ensemble of violin, cello, clarinet and piano, played "Concerto in G Minor" by Vivaldi- Mistowski. Two piano duos, "Valse Lente" by Delibes and "Malaguena" by Lecuona were performed by Mrs. Bertha Patchen and Mrs. Earl Dean and Mrs. B. Raymond Wcs- ton, accompanied by Mrs. Morris Laird, sang "Pluerez! Pluerez, Mez Yeux" from "Le Cid" by Mas- senet. Mrs. J. E. Stinehart played a piano solo, "Dance of the Elves" by Sapellnikoff, followed by 2 Â· vocal solos, "The Green Cathedral" by Carl Hahn and "Blossom Time" by Mary Turner Salter, sung by Mrs. Roger Kirk, accompanied by Mrs. Roy Servis- son. Mrs. Al Crowder played piano-accordion selections, "Faust Waltz" by Gounod and "L, 1 Amour Toujours L'Amour" by Friml, followed by 2 vocal solos, "Plaisir de Amour" by Martini and "Serenade" by Strauss, by Mrs. T. J Kiesselbach, accompanied by Mrs Wolf. Mrs. Wolf and Mrs. Laird played a piano duo, "Carnival" by Ludwig Schyette and Mrs. Weston. sang "The Sunbeam" by Clokey and "Grow Old Along With Me" by Mana-Zucca, ac. companied by Mrs. Laird. Closing number on the program was "Allegro" by Vivalidi-Mis- towski, performed by the quintet. After the program, refreshments were served with Mrs. W. B. McClellan, president of the club, and Mrs. Patchen, vice president, pouring at the table which Â·was decorated in green and white. Hostesses were Mrs. Hathorn, Mrs. Kirk, Mrs. J. H. Marston and Mrs. Servison. The refreshments committee comprised Mrs. Philip Jacobson, Mrs. George Marolf and Mrs. Paul Peterson. New Officers For Coming Season Elected by Woman's Club Scene of Marriage MRS. HUBERT MARTINSON Scarville -- A wedding took place in the Immanuel Lutheran church in Scarville March 12 when Miss Beaulah Dowd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dowd, became the bride of Hubert Martinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Martinson of Glenville, Minn. The Rev. S. J. Fretheim performed the ceremony. ' The bride who was given in marriage by her father, was attended by Miss DcElda Martinson, as matron of honor, Lela Underwood of Iowa Falls, as bridesmaid and Hazel Larson of Emmons, junior bridesmaid. The ring bearers were Roy and Ray Larson of Northwood. The bridegroom was attended by Merle Martinson and Leland Larson. Zona Larson sang 2 solos, accompanied by Miss Gladys Trustem. The ushers were Stanley and Robert Dowd, brothers of the bride. Following the ceremony a re- .^ception was held in the church Harry Brown Is Speaker for P. T. A. .Grant P. T. A. met Tuesday at the school for a program which included a talk on safety by Harry Brown. The meeting opened with the flag pledge, followed by songs by Miss Mildred Miller's 3rd graders Miss Catherine Carr's 1st and 2nd graders also sang. Harold Hubbard played a flute solo and appeared in a flute due with Darlene Clark. She with Doris Mott played 2 piano anc flute numbers, "Country Gardens and "Marine Hymn." Mrs. Ben Marson presided dur ing the short business session Mrs. A. E. Bowers read the presi dent's message. Miss Lulu Pearc reported on Junior Red Cross activities. The penny ' march was held. Mrs. Helen Koeneke and the mothers of her room served refreshments. -- o-ST. GERTRUDE'S CIRCLE MEETS St. Gertrude's circle met with Mrs. Robert Hubbard, 129 1st S. short were arlors. Mr. and Mrs. eside on the Elmer arm near Thompson. Martinson will Bergland Marionette Show to Be Sponsored Preparations for sponsoring the presentation of a marionette show of "The Firebird" were made by the members oÂ£ the Mason City branch of A. A. U. W. at a meeting at the home of Mrs. L. L. Minor 610 6th S. E. The branch, in cooperation with the library, wil 3 performances on Eastern Star Instruction Conducted Unity Chapter No. 58, Order of the Eastern Star, had a school of instruction Tuesday, .beginning with a luncheon at the Eadmar hotel, honoring Mrs. Alma Freeman of Clear Lake, past grand Adah of the O. E. S. of Iowa. Mrs. A. R. Len;:, past worthy grand matron, and president of the board oÂ£ custodians, was a special guest. The school of instruction opened at 1 o'clock in the Masonic temple with Mrs. Freeman in charge. A proficiency class, directed by Mrs. T. M. Hilton, exemplified the work. At 6:30, a dinner was served. Green and white decorations were used and on each table was a candelabra with candles in colors emblematic of the star points. At 7:30 the meeting opened with Mrs. C. W. Corby, worthy matron, in charge. Degrees were conferred on 4 new members and 3 by affiliation. There were 15 'isitors present from Montana, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. Mrs. Artie Paxton presented a gift to Mrs. Freeman who responded. If was announced that the members will attend the funeral of George Dieckmann on Thursday. G.A.R.DaÂ°ySale of Tags Is Planned MHS. ROB ROY CERNEY --Photo by Lock MRS. T. E. DAVIDSON --Photo by Lock MRS. G. W. CADY s p o n s o r March 25. The marionette show is the W., Tuesday :and after played with prizes going to Mrs. A. G. Hubbard, Mrs. Hoy Midness and Mrs. E. E. Klang. NORTH IOWA'S ONLY EXCLUSIVE FURRIER OF YOUR PREFERENCE AT YOUR PRICE 215 North Federal work of Douglas Bredt of Hampton and will be presented in the library auditorium, in the morning and afternoon of March 25 for -children and in the evening for adults. During the business session, Mrs. Minor was elected vice president of the branch, Miss Helen Fullerton, secretary, and Miss Eleanor McLaughlin, director. It was voted to send a representative to the state workshop to be conducted at Marshalltown May 5 and 6. Mrs. J. R.. Shaffer presided during the business session. Miss Margaret Frederickson presented the lesson on "Russian Women," tracing their position in history from medieval times to the present. Miss Frederickson pointed out that in no other country has the equality of the sexes been maintained as in Russia. At the close oÂ£ the meeting, refreshments were served by Mrs. Minor, assisted by Mrs. Grace Titus and Miss Elizabeth Graves. --o-"Chinese Biography" Reviewed at Meeting Catholic Daughters met Tuesday evening in the V. F. W. hall with Mrs. Tim Phalen, regent, presiding at the session. Mrs. Ambrose .O'Brien reviewed "Chinese Biography" by James Cantil iand Sheridan Jones. A social hour followed and Mrs. Clinton Conrey, Mrs. N. P. Van Maren, Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Mrs. Helen Kramer and Mrs. Rose Gearhart were hostesses. April 11 was set as the date for initiation of candidates. There will be a banquet at 6:30 and Mrs. Henry Hebel, Mrs. Jake Douglas, Mrs. William McCauley and Miss Grace Moran will be in charge. F. D. P. CLUB HAS MEETING AT FINERS F. D. P. club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Eldon Finer, 726 15th N. E., Tuesday evening. Mrs. Tom Hutchinson and Mrs. Arlie Christianson were guests. Daughters of Veterans met at the Hi-12 clubrooms with Mrs. Art Riekens presiding at the session at which it was voted to contribute to the Red Cross. Mrs. Riekens announced that 7 members had attended the memorial service for Ralph Bailey in Our Saviour's Lutheran church. A letter from Mrs. Dora Liesveld of Stockton, Cal., a former member, was read. Plans were made- for the G, A. R. day tag sale and Mrs. August Hanson and Mrs. S. A. Bemis asked all members to attend the next meeting at which tags will be made. Candidates will be initiated and refrshments will be served. --o-Meeting Conducted at Madison School Madison Parent E d u c a t i o n group met ; at the school Tuesday evening with Mrs. Wallace Roth presiding. The president's message was read by Mrs. C- Morse and 2 violin solos, "The Old Refrain" and "Stardust" were played by Mrs. R. Tierney. There was a piano solo, "Bright Star of Heaven," by Jean Kapplinger and community singing was led by Mrs. C. Kittleson. . The lesson, "When 15 and 50 Disagree," was led by Mrs. O. M. Ingle and Mrs. Carl Colegrove. Games followed with Mrs. C. Swanson the winner. Mrs. C. Morse and Mrs. O. M. Ingle were appointed on the nom- MRS. HARRY SONDERGAARD Dr. Malone Gives Talk at Meeting Mrs. T. E.. Davidson was elected president of the Woman's club at a meeting Tuesday afternoon in the Radio chapel at which Doctor J. Walter Malone, vice president of the McCormick Theological seminary oC Chicago, was the speaker. Mrs. G. W. Cady was elected 1st vice president, Mrs. Rob Roy Cer- ncy, 2nd vice president; Mrs.'Harry Sondergaard, treasurer, and Mrs. H. E. Romey, who is the retiring president, director. Mrs. Harold Campbell presented the slate. - Doctor Malone whose topic was "Our Spiritual World" pointed out ^that we live in a fascinating world which becomes increasingly so as we learn more about it. "Until recently the earth was considered the center of everything," he said. " T o d a y everything WEDNESDAY Harding Parent Education group-7:30 Lincoln school. N. B. C-7:45, Mrs. A. J. Hhutasel, 305 Vermont S. E. Lincoln Parent Education group-7:45, school. Mason City Bution club-8, Miss Nellie Fahnestock, 404 2nd N. W. Monroe-Washington Parent Education group-8, school. inating committee. Hostesses for the evening were Mmes. F. Hampton, R. Tierney, C. Hamsey and C. Colgrove. PHOENICIAN CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Miss Alice Sheffler was hostess to the Phoenician club Tuesday evening at her home, 641 2nd N. E., and Mrs. Jay Conley had the lesson, reviewing "Germany Will Try It Again" by Sigrid Schultz. The club voted to contribute S3 to the Red Cross. Mrs. Ray Whor- Icy, membership chairman of the Y. W. C. A., talked on the facilities and opportunities of the Y. W. C. A. Â·--o-- The Iroquois confederacy of 6 Indian antions, with 6,000 members, made its own declaration of I war against the axis in 1942. Lush New Beauty for Busy Hands ThÂ« NÂ«w Skin Softening Cosmetic 490 tot sizi tmx Â«Â«fm A new preparation for softening skin ... it's lanolin-rich and the best we've seen yet for helping busy hands to stay beautiful. You can use it on your arms and on your face too. Different from anything you've ever used before. You'll simply be crazy about lush, luxurious BALM BARR. CXSC O S E L F S E R V I C E ZDXIV LOW THURSDAY Holy Family circle 11-2, Mrs. Alfred Mataloni, 817 Harrison N. W. A. U. S. W. V. circle-2, Mrs. Etta Fowler, 316 2nd N. W. Central Lutheran Evening croup -8. Mrs. Gerald Skipton, 618 Massachusetts S. E. Red Cross Volunteers-1:15 to 4:30, Lincoln sewing room. T. C. club-1:15, Eadmar hotel. R. N. A. Health club-2. Moose hall. St. James circle 3-Postponed. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-2, church parlors. Trinity Forest Park circle-2, Mrs. Warren Peterson, 1210 6th S. W. Wesley W. S. C. S.-2, circle A, Mrs. E. J. Cordle 1418 Harding S. W.; circle B Mrs. W. Roth, 36 25th S. W. circle C, Mrs. S. Stockberger 511 21st S. E.; circle D, Mrs V. Smcsrude, 315 14th S. E. circle E, Mrs. E. Dihlman, 22 Virginia S. E.: circle F. Mrs Carl Grupp, 210 Hampshire N E. Energetic class-Congregational church. Immanuel croup 3-2:30, church. Athenian club-Mrs. Walter Martin, 930 Madiso N. W. Hanford La flies aid- Mrs. Clara Johnsen. Sorosis club- Mrs. Harry Sondergaard, 905 Carolina N. E. Holy Family circle 5-6:30. Mrs. Belle McGrath, 432 1st N. E. Bundles for Britain-7:30, 814 Foresters building. St. James Junior league-7:30. Max Peters. Jefferson P. T. A.-7:30, school. Bethlehem Wallher league-Church social rooms. First Baptist Y. W. A.-Mrs. O. J. McFarlin, 424 Polk place S. W. Monroe Junior Hi(th P. T. A.-7:30, school, board at 7. Women of the Moose-8. Moose hall. L. O. T. O.-8, I. O. O. F. hall. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith o Minneapolis have left after a visi with his mother, Mr?. Anna W Smith, 123'.i North Federal. Mr Smith is senior auditor for th' U. S. Indian service. Jay Conley of Milwaukee i visiting his wife and son. Tommy and his mother, Mrs. Essie Schra der, 30',i 2nd N. E. --o-ST. HELENA CIRCLE MEETS AT DUSOLDS St. Helena's circle met at th home of Mrs. Bert Dusold, 21 Rhode Island S. E., with 11 mem bers and 1 guest, Mrs. Mae Con rey, present. After the busines meeting, contract was played wit high score prize going to Mrs. f Lansing and Mrs. Conrey. R frcshmcnts were served by th hostess, assisted by Mrs. Haro LaGasse. to something greater than ourselves and the world becomes more interesting because of this." Doctor Malone said that success in life has been to the one who could possess the most. "Even science has taught that the world ends in physical mass," he said. "Today science sees everything as energy so that the scientist, Jeans, exclaims, 'The world begins to look like a thought instead of a hing.' 'Our old materialistic attitude s beginning to crumble and we re beginning to discover our piritual world which is in back f every reality. Our world is torn o pieces now because ot rulers nd men think the best thin it was tragically separated from "The hope of the world is in iding something which the changed. We learn that we belong church has tried to make plain for a long time--that life is not some- Wa-Tan-Yes Make Plans for Party Plans were made for the March evening Wa-Tan-Ye party to bs Wednesday evening, March 22, at the Green Mill at 6:30 at a meeting of the club Tuesday noon at the Hanford. Elsie Ramsey and Mabel Sherwood are the house committee, and Bertha Gould has charge of the program. An exchange oÂ£ white elephants and games will be the evening's entertainment. Mrs._Annie Yelland turned over to the club a report of the comprehensive plan of Mason City presented by the planning and zoning commission. This will be studied and placed in the club library. Wa-Tan-Ye will participate in the world wide fellowship dinner sponsored by the Business Girls' league of the Y. W. C. A. on Tuesday evening, March 21. Mrs. Charles Grippen was introduced by Miss Gould, program chairman, and reviewed "A Sense of Humus" by Bertha Damon. The book contains a round-by- round account of the author's long battle with the soil of her chill, rocky, but beloved New Hampshire. The book is witty and wise, so rich with the joys and sorrows of country living, of working with the hired man, of raising dogs, of visiting with the neighbors. Mrs. Grippen said, " 'A Sense oÂ£ Humus' will delight anyone who has ever planted so much as a radish. Webster says 'humus' is a valuable constituent of soils. If the reader's own personal soil is winter chilled, war worn, tax parched, or just plain tired, 'A Sense of Humus' will do a- considerable good." Bertha Damon is past president of Federated Garden Clubs of S T ew Hampshire, founder of a tie world is material and posses- ion. "I believe it is a spiritual world ecause everything that is seen is aturated with the unseen." Doctor Vlalone pointed out that even omething as materialistic as a ity is the result of thought and energy. /'For sometime men h a v e .bought that the world could lardiy be the result of chance and accident," he said. "There is too much order in it for it to be the result of chance. Everything seen s controlled by the unseen. The world and everything in it is only a tool to be used by spiritual force. I f we live in that kind of a world, then why isn't prayer the most natural thing in the world? "So long as we abuse the principles on which this world is built, we will have trouble. All men are brothers and the color of thing without, but something within man. God cjmnot save, us from reality, but He can help us to be brave and to find spiritual resources within ourselves." Doctor Malone was presented by the Rev. Wilbur Dierking, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. --o-St. Joseph's C. Y. V. Club Has Program Given at Meeting Francis Pattee was chairman and Eileen Lugar, secretary for the 6th meeting of the C. Y. V club of St. Joseph's school which took place in the school hall Tues day. The meeting was opened with a prayer for the alumni in service followed Uy "Ave Maria svmg by the assembly. Leo Sweeney and Maxine Per kins were appointed to buy a fla for the assembly. A program consisting of 3 skits a reading and 2 Irish songs was presented. Gerald Coyle, Bernadette Do- Ian, Marie Therese Logue, Thomas Cross, Nina J. Wobschall, Barbara Wilson and Freddy Randall arden magazine, and author of he best seller, "Grandma Called t Carnal." --o-- Vliss Lillie Motland Weds George Stibel O s a (f e--Miss Lillie Motland, daughter of Hanna Motland, north of town, became the bride of George Stibel of Forest City, March 5 at the Trinity Lutheran church at Mason -City with the Rev. A. M. Rogness officiating. The bridesmaid was Helen During of Osage, and the best man, Clyndon Christiansen of Manly. Both the bridesmaid and the best man are cousins of the bride. After the ceremony a luncheon was served at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Anton Hossum at 801 Delaware N. E. with Mrs. Althon Rossum assitsing. Mr. and Mrs. Stibel are at home on a farm east of here and are working for Mr. Steeple of Nora Springs. George Cahalan, Eugene Lansing a skin is not a quality of the soul. The world has now become a neighborhood and we'll have to make it a brotherhood. In a spiritual world, the only way we can have success is to live by spiritual laws. "If we live in a spiritual wotld, then our thinking about eternal life is another corollary. Science ys that no matter is ever de- royed, but only changed in form. "At this faster time, I have a Â·nviction that what we need is a cw meaning of the church. We .ust strengthen this only agency i earth which can teach us the ay in a spiritual world. Life is orth living only because it is not ad on easy terms. Life was made or action, struggle and victory lon't envy someone else his battle ight your own and win your own ictory. No one finds life worth ving, one must make it worth ving. "The church is still the bulwark f democracy. In the world into vhich Jesus was born, property vas worth more than a man. Int hat world, a new spiritual fore ntered." 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