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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 24, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 24 · 1937 *Jij 4,i ii i\ ~\~ T {: r, SERIES OF TEAS PLANNED FOR ACTIVE Y; W. G. A. MEMBERS Miss Simms Will Speak on Program Proposed Change in Basi of Membership to Be Presented. , Invitations are out for a serie of teas for active members of th Y. W. C, A, on Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday after noons of next week when the pro posed change in the Y. W. C. A membership from a church to , personal basis' will be presented. The tea on Monday afternoon a 3 o'clock will be at the home o Miss Gertrude Decker, 132 Tentl street northwest. A program wil be presented by Ruth Swingen Brose, who will play a group :o piano numbers and Mrs. C. G Maudsley who will sing. Violin Selections. At Mrs. E. H. Wagner's home 49 Beaumont drive,, on Tuesdaj afternoon, Mrs. B. Raymond Weston will sing and Mrs. Karl an MacMillan will play violin selections. The program at'Mrs. F. C. Novell's, 212 Second street southeast on Wednesday afternoon will include vocal numbers by Miss Ellen Smith · and · flute music by Mrs Tom Barclay. Mrs. James E. Stinehart wil play piano numbers and Mrs. Don WelJs will sing at the tea Thursday afternoon at. the home of Mrs Charles E. Cooper, 725 Hampshire avenue northeast. Membership Ciiamje. Following the musical programs Miss Kathleen Simms, general sec- i-etary of. the Y. W. C. A., wil Hufchinson's ICE CREAM CAKE 4 Generous Servings A delicious round cake of strawberiy ice cream, deco- rajed with whipped cream, and with a wnile rabbit stenciled on the top. Place your ciders early . Now on Sale at Ycur Hutchlnson Dealers HUTCHINSQN'S ICE CREAM An Expert at Work With a complete stock of genuine watch p a r t s , made for .' your ' watch, · crystals that' fit. Stone setting and jewelry repairing. WATCHES! DIAMOND 3 WEST STATE Mason City Student at Cornell Will Go on Tour With Choi MOUNT VERNON--- Margare Handel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs John A. Handel of 1051 Fourtl street southwest, Mason City, wl tour during the week of April to April 9 with members of t h Cornell · college c h o i r throug' points in Iowa and Illinois. Along .with' three programs i: Chicago proper and in three su burbs, the'Cornell a' capella choi is to broadcast from WGN at 4:3 Monday afternoon, April 5. Th 54 Cornell students have beei scheduled to sirig in Illinois town including Genesee, Walnut, DIxdn Sterling, Rock Falls, and Polo. On the schedule are listed -sev eral high school engagements a well as visits to Iowa halls an churches, including those at Tip ton and-DeWitt. · The'choir is t sing two programs daily, making, three appearances in "Chicago on Monday. Prof. Harold Baltz head of the Cornell conservatory directs the choir in its second tour speak each afternoon on the pro posed change in the membership basis. This change was .voted 01 for the first time at the member ship banquet last fall and must b voted on again by the active mem bership before the 'change is ef fected. Tea will be served at the closi of the programs. The program will begin at 3 o'clock on each afternoon. AKIYUHAPI CLUB MEETS AT EADIMAR Miss Caroline Giles entertaine the Akiyuhapi club- at an Easte party Tuesday evening in the Ead mar hotel. Dinner was served at ' o'clock at a table centered witl sweetpeas, snapdragons and paste colored tapers. Bridge was playec with high score prizes going to Mrs. T. G. Peterson and Miss Irene Fossey. Mrs. Harry Neu was a guest. MRS. HAROLD LIEN HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Harold Lfen was honored at a shower given Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. C. O. -lien, 1619 President avenue north- vest. Guests were Mrs. Jack Bell, VIrs. Guy Trible, Mrs. Eugene ''hornion, Mrs. Herman Nagel, Irs. George Hinrichs, Miss Irene ell, Miss Ernestine Weaver, Mrs. obert Grant, Mrs. Carlton Heitz, Wrs. Frank Sanford and Miss Lii- lla Lien, Refreshments were erved. f y ERDiYIANN-STROMLEY OSAGE^ -- Orphic Stvomley. aughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Henry tromley of Mona, and Lawrence . Erdmann of- Osage were mar- ed at the Lutheran church of lona by the Rev. .Mr. Langehough n the presence of immediate rel- tives. Attendants were the bride's rotheiy Orven Stromley, and the ridegroom's sister, Edna Erdmann. Mr. and Mrs. Erdmann left after the ceremony on a wedding rip to Owatonna, and other points n Minnesota. They will live in Colorado where Mr. Erdmann has mining position. -- New...a -Cream Deodorant ·which safely Stops Perspiration .1. Cannot rot dresses-- ; - cannot irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. 3. Can be used after shaving. 4. Instantly stops perspiration 1 to 3 days--removes odor from perspiration. . 5. A pure, white, greascless, stainless vanishing cream. 39 £ ARRID a jar at drug and dept. Vore* Among the New Arrivals In Damon's Drapery Department Are the Latest Sun and Tub-Fast CRETONNES 35C yard Priced at only .... ; ; Spring will soon be here in all its glory, and it's time to : get your home ready with cheerful decorations that are colorful and airy! Here are the very curtains that will give your ' uome the sparkle it-needs. Light 1 backgrounds with many colored patterns. Second Floor Damon's Second Floor Ready for Easter Parade Left, Dons Ken, ladio singer, chooses gray woolen coat with fox collar over a print dress for Easter; right, Meri Bell prefers three-piece outfit of navy blue and white April 29 Is Date Chosen forWedding /Irs. Frank Kropman Gives Party for Daughter Edytrie Kropman. " April 29 is the date chosen by riss Edylhe Kropman, daughter E Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kropman, 25 Seventh street northwest, and amuel Wolf, son 6E Mrs. Celia Volf, 139 Crescent drive, for heir marriage. Announcement of the date was made at a luncheon given by Mrs. uropman for her daughter, Tues- ay afternoon at the Hotel Han ord.. Covers, were placed for 55 guests at a long table decorated vith white roses and snapdragons nd white tapers. Following the luncheon, trndgo vas played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Charles R. Brown and Mrs. J. Cohen and low o Mrs. M. A. Chapman. . Out of town guests at the party vere Mrs. M. L. Robinson of Vfadison, S. Dak., sister of the oride-elect, and Miss Rosemary Cinneman of Des Moines. --o-Mrs. Gulliekson Hostess. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Joe Gul- ckson entertained the Ladies' Aid ociety at her home north of town t a social meeting. Out of town uests were Mrs. Charles Bistline nd Mrs. Fromm of Mason City nd Mrs. Sam Bistline. --o--· Plan Surprise Program. RUDD--Tiie P. T. A. meeting 'ill be held Monday evening. The urprise program, which w a s lanned for the February meeting, ;ill be presented as weather and oad conditions made it impossi- le to hold it in February. Hostess to Club. CALMAR--Mrs. Laura Greenlan was hostess to the Music club n Saturday evening at the home f Mr. and Mrs. Gilmarton. HATS CLEANED ifor Spring ' H a t . . . A good cleaning and blocking will make it look smart again! . ' PHONE 788' [ Social Calendar WEDNESDAY. It: B. Bridge club-6:30 o'clock, Bovaird tearoom. Jefferson C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Robert Glazer, 107 Vermont avenue southeast, Mrs. W.' H. Rees, Mrs. C. H. Kirsch, assisting, lesson.- .'IThe Family :and Community Health," Mrs. George Senri. Woodman circle Beryl Grove No. 135-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., with Mrs. Charlotte Scholtz district deputy, to plan district convention. I. O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall. THURSDAY Energetic .class-Postponed. Birthday club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Gilbert Knutson, 12 Fourteenth street southeast. Baptist division 2-2:30 o'clock, Miss Ida Stilson, 123 First street southeast, Mrs. W. A. Babcock, assisting. Monroe-Washington C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, Monroe school, Mrs, Milton Decker, lesson. Thursday Bridge club-Postponed. Triple T Bridge club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. F. H. Elliott. Presbyterian Women's society-1:15 ' o'clock, church parlors, luncheon, west circle, hostess. Baptist Gildncr division-2 o'clock, Mrs. C. A. Mickelson, 24 ,4 Eleventh street northeast. Grace Evangelical Missionary society-- 2 o'clock, Mrs. Fred- Uischner, 2314 North Federal avenue. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, groups 1 and 2, Mrs. Shad Morgan, 422 Adams avenue northwest; group 3, Mrs. A. M. Halsor, 647 East State street. · Trinity Washington circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Martin Honsey, 516 Jefferson avenue northwest, Mrs. M. F. Burris, assisting. . ' Lincoln P. T. A.-Postponed to April 4. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall. R. N. A.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Park Hospital Alumnae-8 · o'clock, Mrs.. Walter Patton, 623 Adams avenue northwest. --o-- PHOEiVICrAN CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Members of the Phoenician club were entertained by Mrs. David Holman at her home in Nora Springs Tuesday . evening. Miss Mary Gould led the lesson on "Finger Painting" arid members of the club were given an opportunity to make paintings, Miss Irene Holman receiving the prize for the best work. ' Guests included Mrs. Harold Schnedler of Nora Springs, Mrs. John Moen and Mrs. Hughes Bryant of Mason City. --o-- ' MASON TOWNSHIP P. T. A. TO MEET F. W. Vorhies, local head of the Safety Council, .will speak at a meeting of the P.. T. A. of Mason township No. 9 Friday at the school. There will also be n talk by a member of the highway patrol and a program by the school children under the direction of Miss Geraldine Harty, teacher. Vocational,. . Given' . at Lincoln Mrs. W. Howard Stewar Tells Girls About Nursing. Mrs. W. Howard Stewart, Park hospital nurse, spoke to a vocational class of 45 girls Tuesday afternoon at Lincoln school during their regular weekly vocational period which is sponsored by Miss Mary O'Harrow. Mrs. Stewart gave the. history of the nursing profession men- toining the great work- of Florence Nightingale and Clara Barton. She told the girls that if they want an easy life's job not to choose nursing. "The training for nursing is rigid,". Mrs. Stewart said.: "But i will develope poise - and initiative." She pointed out that a high school education is imperative foi nurses training and that at least two years of college is valuable. Mrs. Stewart said that a nurse must be both morally and phy- "ically clean and that cigaret imoking and drinking are taboo. "Nursing has its compensations," she said. "Not only is the pay fairly good, but there is also the consciousness that one is not only living a useful life, but is rendering a great service to humanity. Nursing gets into your olood and once you are a nurse, you are always a nurse." A series of talks on various vo- :ations is planned -for the remaining nine weeks of school. The first talk was' given by Dr Madelene Donnelly two weeks ago. Dr. Donnelly spoke on 'Nursing from the Standpoint of the Physician." MEN GET PRAISE FOR WORK. DONE IN LEADERSHIP DU. GARRY C. MYERS, Ph. D. Child Psychologist. It is Tuesday evening, 8:45-p m. I have just returned from a cnool gymnasium near my home A young preacher, four young Businessmen and a group of boys " , ^ , early ' teens aL- e playing asketball. More than enough are here for. two teams, but all are laying a chance -to play part o£ he-time.. They are just: playing or fun; and what fun they are laving! The young preacher is a ittle fat, but he has skill and mows the game. He is a hero to he boys. At a very low cost, the Sunday chool has tented this school gym-' lasium for one evening a week ncidentally a few boys' classes lave increased their membership dnd regularity of attendance. While there is not yet a hard, fast rule, it is understood that to have he privilege of the evening at the gym presupposes attendance at Sunday school. As one boy says, It would be cheap not to go to Sunday school now." For Boys of Church. Properly the aim has been to appeal first to the boys of the parents of the church. This is a good 'remnant" to work upon. It seems o me that the Sunday school naturally should make its strongest ippeal to these children. With heir home background they have a vast deal of good material to build upon, as a rule. Some churches are so fortunate s to have a gymnasium. For Tiost others there could be made vailable a gymnasium of a school iv Y. M. C. A. In many a Y. M. . A., during .basketball season, here are scheduled several games etween church feami every eve- ling. Generally the organizers of hese teams are fine young men vho like and understand boys, ome being athletic leaders. I can lardly think of a finer service for building boys through the Sunday -chool. lie Admires Them. Whether athletic teams are or- anized or not, I have a great deal of admiration for the many plendid young men and women vho give their Sundays and occa- ional week days to boys and ;Irls in the Sunday school. One of hese fine men is Carl V. Wey- ;andt who, until he became chief ustice of the supreme court of Ohio, taught a large group o£ high chool boys every Sunday. In some communities the public chool authorities are not accus- pmed to have the school gymna- iums used by groups outside of chool. But most are eager to lake this service available when iiey see its value. Here is where lie proper leadership in the hurch counts. o-- lASQtTERADE PARTY AT BELLICK HOME Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Bellick, 645 larrison avenue southwest, enter- ained at a masquerade party "uesday evening at their home, 'here were 10 guests and the time vas spent in dancing and playing ards. High score prizes for' cards vent to Miss Marie Kasperson nd Sam Caporis and the prize or the best costume to Tony Ringus. Refreshments were served. --o-Sodality Sfndy Club Meets. BELMOND--Kathryn and Lyola TcLnughlin entertained members [.the young ladies' Sodality Study lub Monday evening. Florence uinlan was in charge of the les- on, Becoming to Any Figure GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City · . By DIANA DAY Princess Style Frock Has Fitted Bodice Lace'd Down the Front; Squared Shoulder Line. Here's spring's pet fashion--the new collarless mode. The navy and white pil-dol crepe gives this slim line spring dress true distinction. The effec- live white 'grosgrain ribbon lacing down the front of the bodice is inspired by the Tyrol fashion. The short full sleeves give the shoulders that smart square look. You'll find it wearable even in summer for town or week-end travel. To sew it. Just straight seams from shoulder to hem! You'll instantly want to make another version in ice blue washable silk or in a bold cotton print for resort. The Illustrated Dressmaking Guide included shows you every step of the way. · Style No. 2987 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42-inches bust. Size 36'requires 3% yards of 39-inch material. Send fifteen'cerits (15c), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only ten cents per copy. You will find it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring cottons; You' have only to study yourself and take your choice, for there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the new models. Book costs {en cents. Send for it today. Book and pattern together twenty-five cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette ' Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 2987 "lear Lake Guild Presents Program at Lenten Meeting One of the most outstanding l,enten programs, sponsored by he women of St. John's Episcopal hurch, was' given by St. Margart's guild of Clear Lake Tuesday ifternoort in the' church parlors. ?he program included a discussion f "The Negro American's Contribution to Art and Literature" by tfrs. DeForest Byers and Mrs. Sdorge Bennett. The , Rev. C. P. 'arker 'sang' a spiritual, "It's Me, Oh Lord, Standin' In the Need of ^rayer." --o-DELTA ALPHA CLASS 'LANS LENTEN TEA Delta Alpha class will hold its raditional Lenten tea Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at he home of Mrs. James E. Blythe, 431 First street southeast. A pro;ram has been planned and the affair is open to friends' of the class. The Lenten teas' o£ the class have been a tradition since 1916. ·--o-- WA-TAN-YE CLUB MEETS AT HANFORD Members of the Wa-Tan-Ye club met for luncheon Tuesday noon at the Hotel Hanford with Vtiss Marie Fuller in charge of he program. Louise Reynolds "lay^ed two marimba solos, "Marge lllen" and "Flight of the Bumble Bee," accompanied by Jane Patton. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED AT OSAGE OSAGE--A license has been issued here to Doris Bascombe, 29, Osage, and Ralph W. Fathawer, 44, of Cleveland, Ohio. NELSON-HAUGLUar LAKE MILLS -- Miss Gena Hauglum, daughter of Mrs. T. Hauglum, was married to Helmer Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nelson of Estherville, at the Salem Lutheran church by the Hev. O. R. Sletten. Music was played by Miss Beatrice Larson of Mason City, niece of'the bride. They were attended by' the bride's brother- in-law and. sister, Mr. and Mrs Nels Larson of Mason City. The bride, a graduate of the local high school, is teaching at Terril. They will live at Estherville. 26 Enrolled -: in New Girl Scout Troop Garfield, Lincoln and St. Joseph Represented , at Meeting. Twenty-six girls were enrolled in a newly organized Girl Scout troop at a meeting Tuesday evening at Garfield school. The members represent Garfield, Lincoln and St. Joseph's schools. Miss Jeanne Ericson will act as leader of the troop and Miss Marvyl Stevens assistant leader. Patrol leaders will be Marlys Youngdale, senior patrol leader, Johann Stephenson, Patricia Connor, Marjory. June Hall and Jeanne Manuel. Kay Latimer will act as troop scribe and Barbara Johnson, treasurer. The girls enrolled in the troop : are Betty. Cook, Lyla Ballard, · Marian Granlee, Margaret Bodell, Johann Stephenson, Jean Lambert, Catherine Bolton, Martha Pauley, Mary Jean Casey, Eleanor McLaughlin, Laura Jane Kelly, . Patricia Connor, Janice Bappe, · Elaine Nelson, Muriel Jarvis, Zell ' Nelson, Marjory Hall, Betty Bar- :. ton, Frances Berry, Helena Trair, Ruth Minor, Barbara Paulson and Jeanne Manuel. The troop' meetings will be held every Tuesday evening. Mrs. Carl Fick, Girl Scout director for Mason City, was present for the organization session. ' -- o -- · 65 Present at Kanawha Couple's Anniversary KANAWHA -- The twentieth "· wedding anniversary of Mr. and '' Mrs. Elmer - Engstrom was cele- - brated Sunday when about 65 : friends and relatives gathered nt ' their home. A cafeteria dinner was ' served. Following the dinner the program included a song, "Love Divine," by the group; talk by I the Rev. Morris Peterson; poem by Lois Engh; vocal duet by Mrs. ' Charles Hall and Miss Jennie Heckerson; reading by Mrs. Tom Dahl of Corwith; poem by Laura Sheldahl and .presentation of a purse of money by William Engh. - CHR.ISTIE-WALDIE GOODELL-- Verner Christie, son ; of Mrs. Archie Christie, and Doris Waldie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ' A. J. Waldie of Dickey, N. Dak were married March 18 in the M! S;..parsonage at.Dickey by the Hev; » , B.!Frisbee. They were'. attended by* his 'cousin, Miss Mathilda Cuypers- and her brother, Irwin Waldie,'- 3oth of Dickey. They have returned " to Goodell and .will be at home " on the bridegroom's farm north of 1 :own. Thorough eye examinations should be a yearly habit. :·.. .-. . :w*. -f E S Smith Optical Co. .21 EAST STATE , It gladdens roughened, chapped skirt when you smooth in a few drops of Chamberlain's Lotion. Never N sticky, greasy or gummy, a clear, golden liquid, it dries quickly, ·encourages notable results over night because it satirises. At all toilet goods counters. Chamberlain Laboratories, Inc., DCS Moines, Iowa. . -Sa'fi'-nint.1. Y O U R S K I D Chamberlain's Lotion SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE New Spring "DeKaye" GOATS SUITS *16 95 Jigger Coats, Swagger Coats, Pitted Coats and VVran Around Coats--two and three piece SUITS with fitter] and swagger coats--Mannish Suits--many with hand stitched edges--all so awankly styled, so perfectly fin ished. It will thrill .you to get these quality suits and coats at such low prices. Compare these values. "SEE YOU TOMORROW."

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