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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 7, 1931
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Mennenga. Mrs. E. A. D. Bell was elected vice president and Mrs. Jay Lorenz, secretary treasurer. Mrs. J. C. Williams was hostess and led the lesson. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Bell and Mrs. W. T. Sinnard wil! have tho lesson. At the Occident club meeting at the home of Mrs. Milton Bergland, 114 Eleventh street northeast-, Mrs. Kelley of Algona reviewed "Tha Life and Letters of Joel Chandler Harris.'; ^ Mrs.' G. L. Mara ton was hostess to Monday club at her home, 710 'Carolina avenue northeast, when Mrs. C. R. Pat ton gave current events and Mrs. A. M. Avery reviewed an article from the Atlantic Monthly. Mrs. C. C. Carrick, 615 Jefferson avenue northwest, was hostess to the Twentieth Century club Monday Afternoon. The lesson was led by Mrs. J. E. McDonald and Mrs. O. A. Lueders, Mrs. Jack Kohl and Mrs. John Senneff, Jr,, entertained the U. G. L. 6lub at the home o Mrs: Kohl, 807 Washington avenu northwest, at the final meeting o tho year. ». -\WRENCE WALTERS TO WED PRISCJLLA REGNER BANCROFT, April 7 The mar riage banns were published for the first time at the St. John's Catholic church between Lawrance Walters of Armstrong and Priscllla Regner MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Pattern 2015 By ANNE ADAMS No well planned wardrobe would be complete without one frock.por- traying the bolero vogue, and one with the smart, new puff sleeve inserts. We've combined these two important fashion notes in this stunning frock with simulated bolero, and bodice and puffs of contrasting fabric. Pattern 2015 Js chic of printed flat crepe combined with batiste, or of w.ool crepe and pique. May be obtained only in sizes 14 16, 18, 20, 32, 36; 38 and 40. Size 14 requires 4% yards of 40 Inch material. . ' ' , Pattern 709 consists of scarf and beret. Beret head sizes 20, 21 and 22. Price 15 cents. 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Social Calendar TUESDAY St. Rita society-8 o'clock, Damon Igou tea garden WEDNESDAY G. I. A. to B. of L. E. 2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, refreshments. Central Lutheran Ladies Guild-2:30 o'clock, church parlor^. Mrs. Ben Dittke, Mrs. Louis Eggert hostesses. G: F. A, Seniors-7:45 o'clock, Mrs. Lee P. Loomis, 320 First street southeast, election of officers. Madison P. T. A-Postponed until May 1. Presbyterian Missionary society-Postponed one week. Triple L. M. club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Sam Pedelty, west of city. Two and One club-2 o'clock, Mrs.'M; J. Waggoner. McKlnley Child Study'circle-- 2 o'clock, school, election of officers, refreshments served by Mrs. Fred Aderholt'g team, ntercreek club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Randolph Jackson, it. James Lutheran Ladies' aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. Harry Kinney, Mrs. H. Kappling- cr. idcial Hour clul)-- Mrs. T. W. Files. V. C. T. U.-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. 1. n. c.-- Mrs. .L. A. Wilkins, 410 First street northwest, Mrs. Dora Liesveld, assisting. Auction Bridge clul)-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Carl Snyder, 1015 First street northwest. L B. Auxiliary-6 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., dinner meeting. 'rcsbyterlan Congregation-7:30 o'clock, church, annual meeting. I. B. A.-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. 2015 $15 Dress Values ON SALE $ for 5 These Dresses are all new stock, the popular Spring styles in pretty colors. Stop in and see them, at this price every woman can have one. Visit the Millinery Dept. Before Selecting a Hat FIRST DOOR NORTH OF PALACE THEATER Anniversary Dinner Held; 90 Present Program Presented at Annual Affair of Home Builders. Ninety were present at the sev- :uth anmiaZ anniversary banquet of .he Young Married Folks class held Monday evening in the Church of Christ. The dinner was prepared by wo divisions of the Christian .Vorkers Society under the supervision of Mrs. William- Boyd. Tables were decorated with rose's. Music was furnished during the dinner'by Percy "Duke" Collins and his new- y organized Waldorf club orchestra of 10 pieces. The program which followed was presided over by Charles Knouse who acted as toastmaster. The Rev. A. M. Haggard gave the invocation. Clifford Bruce, class president, made a few remarks and presented Mrs. J. H. Marston, class teacher, a basket of roses. Dr. L. E. Newcomer, founder of the organization, was also given a'bouquet. Program Given. Thelnm Barnes presented a paper prepared by Blanche Collins and herself entitled "Let's Take a Look at Ourselves." It was a resume of the activities of the past year. Alfred Halsor as Dr. Wazhigotteski gave a talk on the lost art of caring for babies. A skit entitled "Smarty" was the next number on the program, this was given by Lulu Mae Hicks and Letha O'Hearn. Ralph Geer furnished a musical background. 'Dr. L. E. Newcomer gave a short talk in which he complimented the class on its work, following this 10 girls offered the comedy, "Upside Down." Mrs. Marston was introduced next and gave an interesting talk, after which the or- ch'estra played the number "Baby's Birthday PartyV' Galbrcth Speaker. The principal speaker of the evening was the Rev. William Galbreth who expressed the opinion that we need not worry about the future of the schools, the country or the world so long as Christian homes prevail. He emphasized the responsibilities of parents and urged them to get down to the same level as the children with whom they were working. ' The final number was presented by Mrs. S. L..Haynes and Francis Letts, a prophesy for the future entitled "Gazing into, the Crystal Ball." It apprised the class members as to what they might expect 40 or 50 years from now. --·-- «ET TOGETHER CLUB MKETS FOR LESSON Members of the Get Together club met at the home of Mrs. F. W. Stover at Sheffield to study the nutrition lesson on "Feeding the'Sick." The arrangement of trays was demonstrated and discussed. Luncheon was prepared and served and Mrs. J. Peters was a guest. Elks Bridge Tournament Is Finished First P r i z e s Awarded tc Mrs. J. W. Irons, E. E. Hunter. Bridge was played at 20 table at the party which marked the close of the Elks bridge tournamen Monday evening at the clubrooms First prize for the women.went t Mrs. J. W. Irons and first for th men to E. B. Hunter. Mrs. G. W. Cady won sec prize for the women, Mrs. C. C Carrick, third; Mra. F. S. Hanson fourth; Mrs. D. W.' Grippen, ,f if th Mrs. W. I. Chapman, sixth and'Mrs J. C. Stanfield, seventh. O. A. Lueders won second prizi for the men. Charles Glanville third; J. C. Stanfield, fourth; King Vanderwlcken, fifth; Howard Rem ley, sixth, and M. J. S. Powell, sev enth. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shepard am Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wimmer acted as hosts for the affair. The tourna ment was pronounced the most sue cessful the Elks have had for number of years. ; The final bridge party for women will be held Friday aftejtnoon a the clubrooms. Play will begin a 2:15 o'clock. ' Bits About'em DRESS your HAIR -- TREATyour SCALP in one operation. Keeps your hair healthy, lusfrous, and in place. For the entire family. HAIR ROOT OIL Billy Stoddard, 324 Second street southeast, has returned to the university of Minnesota after visiting for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stoddard. * » * Miss Marian Keister of Minneapolis has returned to her' home after spending several days visiting at the homes of Miss Helen Barclay and Miss Helen Abel. Miss Keister is a former resident of Mason City. * * * Miss Angeline Manley, student at St. Teresa college, Winona, Minn., s spending the spring holidays at he Manley residence, 1033 Second itreet southwest. * * t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazlett, \rncs, have returned to their home after visiting with Mr. Hazlett'a arents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Haz- ett, 111 Ninth street northeast. * * * Mrs. Martha J. Parker, 76 Cresent drive, returned Monday morn- ng from California where she pent the winter. * * * Miss Grace Fleming, 503 Penn- ylvania avenue southeast, is home rom St. Teresa college, Winona, n., and will spend 10 days vis- ting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Fleming. * · » Mrs. Grant Lloyd of Chicago and j i s s Evelyn Barney of Cedar Rap- ds spent Easter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Barney, 324 first street northeast. * '* * Miss Ruth Anderson, 252 .Eighth treet southeast, has^ returned from Des Moines where she spent' the veek-end with Miss Helen Hansen. * * * Miss Carol Smith, Des Moines, pent Saturday and Sunday at the lome of her aunt, Miss Martha 'attie, and her grandmother, Mrs. Clancy Pattie, 1021 Third street outhwest * * * Carl Barclay has returned to Vlarshalltown after visiting at the ome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L W. Barclay, 322 Madison ave- ue northwest. He was accompa- ied by Mr. Brice who was a guest t the Barclay home. * * * Siater JEramanuel, Sister Vislta- on, Sister Lourdes and Miss Ella Volney, Mercy hospital, ' spent 'onday in Algona with Sister Era- lanuel's 'mother, Mrs. Ahrena. * * * Sister Mary Anita of Mercy hos- ,tal has been called to Minneapolis y the serious illness of her broth- r-in-law. » · * William Daly, 430 First street ortheast, has returned to Iowa ity after a visit with his parents, VIr. and Mrs. D. W. Daly. * * * H. S. Stanbery of Fort Dodge nd his daughter, Mrs. Lymon nell, spent Monday at the Ralph tanbery home, 015 Delaware ave- ue northeast. Mr. Stanbery re- irned Sunday from California 'here he has been spending the /inter. * * * Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Howard, 807 Madison avenue northwest, have eturned from Minneapolis where iey spent several days visiting /ith relatives. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Seba Vail, 233 Tenth street northwest, are planning on a trip to _ Des Moines Thursday where they will visit a Tew days with friends and relatives. * * * Miss Elizabeth Patcheh, daughter of Mrs. Bertha Patchen, 908 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, played the leading role In the play, "The Rock," which was presented at Cornell college Sunday evening. Miss Patchen is expected home Wednesday to spend the spring holidays with her mother. Senator Brookhart should know that after-dinner speakers make any banquet dry enough.--Omaha World-Herald. SEVENTH MILITARY BALL ATTENDED BY CROWD AT ARMORY Marking the opening'of the post- Easter activities, the seventh annual military ball was held Monday evening in the armory.. A large crowd was present for the affair which was a benefit for the second battalion headquarters companies F and H, 133rd infantry of the Iowa National Guard. The Varsity club orchestra played. KERIHNS-LOEBIG ' WESLEY, April 7--A wedding took place Tuesday morning- at the St Joseph's church when Mis Edna Loebig, youngest daughter of Eugene N. Loebig, became the bride of Charles Kerrins, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Kerrins. The ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. George. F. Wesseling. 'Thej were attended by Eunice Studer and Lewis Loebig, cousin and brother ol the bride. Following-the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Kerrins and their imi mediate relatives were guests at' a wedding- breakfast at the bride'l home. They will make their home oil the Lawless farm three miles east of town. HABEKLY-HALVORSON CRESCO, April 7--Fred Hater, ly, farmer in New Oregon township, and Miss Mabel Halverson of De. corah;were married at the home oi the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Clara Haberly, by the Rev. T. A. Hofs oi Decorah. They were attended bV Miss Ruth Woldum and Otto Sheet Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served by Mrs. Hoberly, After a brief wedding trip to Masoq City, the couple will make theil home on the Haberly farm south ol Cresco. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less Money Since 1920 ccxnmiY AMD tA Such Coats As These Will Lead For Spring For Their Collars and Cuffs Make Them Leaders of Fashion I6 95 to 39 75 Scarf collars! Jabot collars! Cowl necks! Cape collars! Coats without collars.! Flared cuffs! Fur cuffs! Bracelet sleeve lengths! Not a really important coat fashion has been left out, and as for the materials, they.are the spongy woolens and the wool crepes that you have been reading of in the fashion magazines. 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