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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 5 1936 WOMAN'S CLUB BOARD PREPARES COMING YEAR'S PROGRAM Department Activities Considered Board Votes to Discontinue Work in Music for One Year. Members of the Woman's club board considered plans for the com- ine year's program at their May meeting which wag held Tuesday morning in the administration building with Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatnck, v^e president, presiding in the absence of Mrs. L. R. Roberts, president. Because of a duplication of effort in music throughout the city through the work of the high school and various musical organizations, the board voted to suspend the activities of the Woman's club music department for a year. Department Plans. Mrs. W. B. Casey was appointed director of the chairmen of the various departments of the club who will meet during the month to plan a schedule for next year. The activities of the drama department were discussed and it was suggested that the play production and theater arts sections, of which Mrs. Carleton Stewart and Mrs. Draper Long are chairmen, unite in providing their program for the new season. Discussion was devoted to the departmental and general program and the possibility of having various speakers of importance on the general program was considered. Mrs. Hanford MacNider, general program chairman, spoke of the work already under way in her committee. Study Handicraft. It was voted to have the handi craft department committee take instructions from Miss Mable Fisher of Iowa State college, if possible, preparatory to presenting next year's projects. , Reports were made on the Woman's club play, "Hay Fever," the baby clinic, the last music depart- .ment program and the maternity bed fund. Officers, newly elected to the board, were greeted and Mrs. H. C. Friesner, new first vice president, responded. Mrs. E. O. Babcock, second vice president; Mrs. H. W. Conover, treasurer, and Mrs. Fitzpatrick, director, have just been elected to office. LICENSES TO WED ISUED AT ALGONA ALGONA -- Marriage licenses ·were issued in Kossutb.' county to Carl Clausen, 28, Ormsby, Minn., and Viola Theesfield, 20, Armstrong; George H. Ferrell, legal, Minneapolis, and Ruby V. Madvig. legal, Minneapolis; Arthur J. Honet- schlager, legal, Mankato and Charlotte Schons, legal, Mankato; and Kenneth R. Ditsworth, 22, Bancroft, and Mildred Lappe, 22, Bancroft. Use up the leftover toast for making Brown Betty, says a well- known picture actress, Molly Lament. WIFE PRESERVERS Training Course for Household Employes Ends following the meeting of the Young Women's council at the Y. W. C. A. Monday evening, the members of the council attended the final session of the household employes class which has been sponsored by the council and the Iowa State Employment office. At the council meeting, Myrtle Cardey led devotions, Orra Hanson gave the Tusalata report and Edith Rice, the T. N. T. Announcement was made of the Double Y. dance to be held Tuesday evening, at the Y. M. 'C. A. and of the T. N. T., Tusa- lata and Crescent club mother and daughter banquet planned for May 3. · . The last meeting of the household employes class was opened with a skit, "Thursday Off," presented by Myrtle Cardey, Isabel Rouen, Edith Rice and Olive Wheeler. Miss Gertrude Decker spoke and led the discussion on "Standards for Household Employes," and it was agreed thafin order to be contentec in her job, a.girl wants a fair employer, a living- wage, good working conditions, good living conditions and reasonable hours. Instructors in the course of eight lessons have been Miss Decker, Mrs. Kenneth Geisler, Mrs. G. E Harrison, Mrs. Frank Pearce anc Mrs. Frederick Olson. More than 40 girls and women have been enrolled. Certificates for attendance will be awarded · to Ida May Clausen, Edith Rice, Isabel Rouen, Maxine Davis, anT Vera Mousehund and also to members of the council employed in other lines who are Myrtle Cardey and Creta Mae Ong. It was announced that a joint meeting of the council' and the class will be held later in the month when a report on the national convention of the Y. W. C. A. in session at Colorado Springs will be given. You can tell when daughter is really in love. She quits reading his letters to her girl friends.--Muscatine Journal. Y OU smile when things go wrong. Mother, and they seem all right again. You brush away the tears. seem Mother, when we're children and grown men. When we're wrong, you shut your eyes, seeing only what is right . . . and in that you are so wise! You're tender, true, and dear, mother, and in all the good I do, there's something learned from you. Mother's Bay, §nn» 9 May 10 See Our Beautiful Assortment of Plants and Cut Flowers. JOHNSTON'S "WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS" Phone 223 10 First St. N. W. Phone 2500 125 Present for Cabaret at Hanford Hamilton's Students Gather for Annual Spring Festival. Students and alumni of the Ham- Iton School of Commerce attended the annual spring festival of the school which took the form, of a cabaret supper at the Hotel Hanford Monday evening. There were about 125 present for the affair. Th program opened with music by an accordion quartet, Bill Colernan, George Swaroff, Jerry Mechlek and Paul Clausen. Donna Neal and Betty Grenelee gave two tap numbers and Xatbryn Ann Knapp, a solo dance. Jimmy Fleming acted as accompanist for the dancers. A farce toast program was given by the Hamilton students led by Allen Buchanan. Participating were Richard Barker, Robert Brandau and Mrs. E. E. Hunter, who has charge of the English work at the school. Helen Wilts performed a dance, accompanied by Mexine Carmen and Don Kunz, Bob Burgraff, Carrol Ambrosen and Don Sobieske sang a group of numbers. " A newspaper was published and distributed to the guests. Jack Hampton's orchestra furnished music for the dancing. Gladys Huso of Northwood sang specialty numbers during the evening. The committee in charge included the student council of which Don Koffron is president and Doris Wilson, Stratton Shannon, Mildred Seaman, Marjorie Narum and AUen Buchanan are members. What Does Artist's Model Think About? Drake Subjects Tell DES MOINES, (/B--Artists' models, at least those at Drake university, think on as many subjects while posing as the walrus talkec about--at least some of them. But others! "Well," said one student, "I go to sleep with my eyes open while posing for the art department classes." "And I," said another, "I just stare at the same object and don't think about anything." "It makes my neck stiff," said another. "But I," reported another, "I think about everything in general. It helps to pass the time." JENSEN-TOWLE HAMPTON--The marriage of Mis Genetta Towle, daughter of Ray Towle of Hampton and Howard Jensen of Latimer, which took place two weeks ago at Sioux City, has been announced. The couple will reside with her father at Hampton. Mr. Jensen is employed in his father's lumber yard at Latimer. BITS ABOUT 'EM VERSATILE TWO PIECE GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue. New York City by DIANA DAY _^___ Costume Has'Neatly Fitted Skirt; Attractive Blouse With Full Sleeves and Cleverly Cut Kerchif-Collar. Here's the very essence of chic in a crepe silk tailored skirt, topped by a. feminine sheer blouse. It makes a darling- outfit. You can wear the blouse with your suit and the skirt with thin pastel sweaters, if you please. Again, you can carry this model out in print ailk as a complete dress. The challis patterned silks are .very new and smart. Violet linen is stunning with the collar and the belt, of purple. You'll find just endless possibilities. Style No. 2963 is designed for sizes 14. 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 1% yards of 39 inch material for blouse with 2V yards of 39 inch material for skirt. Send i5 cents (15c), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. New summer fashion book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy today. Book and pattern together 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department. 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY . Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Breese, 27 River Heights drive, have moved to their cottage at Clear Lake for the imnier. * * * S. B. Bellamy of Nashua is spending some time at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sutherland, 111 Seventh street northwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. John L. Smith, 521 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, have taken a cottage at Clear Lake for the season. .j. 2 BIRTHDAYS ARE OBSERVED AT PARTY Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Pattschull were honored at a combined housewarming and birthday party at their home, 622 Connecticut avenue southeast, Monday evening. Mrs. Pattschull's birthday was April 30 and Mr. Pattgchull's May 4. Bridge and monopoly were played during the evening and refreshments were served. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Butzlaff and Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Pattschull of Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pattschull and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arnold and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Patt- schull, Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Carle, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kitto, W. A. McGowan and daughter, Mrs. Elmer Russell, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barr, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlick, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Clark. Mr. and Mrs. August Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Art Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Connelly, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Poshusta, Miss Marvel Bloomingdale and Robert Nordstrom. IH-TKI'CLUB MEETS FOR TEA Hi-Tri club members entertained ! their mothers at tea Monday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. The program opened with a greeting to the guests by Miss Marjorie Brown and there were piano selections by Miss Barbara Scott. Tea was served at a table centered with jonquils, lavender sweet peas and green tapers. Miss Jean Cadwell poured. Will Initiate 35. EAGLE GROVE--Eagle Grove council Knights of Columbus, will celebrate their silver jubilee anniversary by the initiation of 35 candidates during the afternoon of Sunday. May 10. followed by a banquet at Legion hall in the evening. . Unity Chapter No. 38 O. E. S--7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple. East Side Presbyterian Social circle Miss Edna Wilcox, Mrs. L. V. Fox, assisting. Double Y Hay dance-S o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Junior Hadassah-S o'clock, Jewish community center. WEDNESDAY Crescent club-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Madison C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school. Wesleyan S. S. class-1 o'clock, church, May luncheon. Holy Family Ladies aid-2 o'clock, school, Mrs. L. A. Page, chairman. Our Saviour's Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. Clarence Kittleson, hostess. · Loyal 10 club-2 o'clock. Mrs. George Nelson, 135 'Twenty-third street southwest. Easy Aces-1:30 at Mrs. H. J. Proctor, 1301 N. Adams. Chapter GN P. E. O.-2:15 o'clock, Mrs. Lester Armstrong, 37 River heights drive, business session. Trinity East Park Highland circle-2:15 o'clock, church parlors. St. James Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, P. G. E. auditorium, grab bag, Mrs. W. Redeker, Mrs. H. Frenz, Mrs. Augusta Frenz, serving. Olivet Missionary society-Mrs. L. H. Lundahl, 2514 South Federal avenue. T. A. T. club- Mrs. George Smith, 839 East State street. L. A. to B. of R. T.-' 2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Delphtans-- 2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Beta Sigma Phi-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. U. S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall.' Tusalata club-7:30 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. St. James Senior and Junior lca;rues S o'clock, church, Herman Frenz and Dorothy Price, chairmen. Chapter DZ P. E. O.-S o'clock. Mrs. B. F. Weston, 710 Adams avenue northwest, Mrs. R. E. Romey, program. A. M. C. and B. \V.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Northeast Central Lutheran Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors. WEDDINGS TAKE PLACE AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA -- Weddings performed at the Little Brown church by the Rev. William Kent include those of Dorothy McClintick and Chalmers Hester, both of Earlham; Hannah Peble and Charles Lee of Minneapolis; Mary Wessel and George Dexter, Davenport; Margaret Early, Dumont, and Wilson Ray, Greene; Helen Leona Genkinger and Morris LaVerne Anderson, Washington; Lillian Anderson and Sidney Edwin Edwards, Rockford, 111.; Beatrice J Hughes, Paton, and Wilmur A Reedholm, Boxholm: Edna Cummings and Vera Kasak, Austin, Minn. Music Work of Schools Wins Praise Grade School Children Give Excellent Performance in Recital. Anyone who has wondered where all Mason City's high school musicians who go to contests and capture prizes come from should have been at the high school auditorium Monday night if he really wanted :he answer. Grade school musicians presented their annual recital and approximately 750 children participated. The program opened with selections by the combined orchestras of .he grade schools under the direction of W. A. Storer. Playing with competence unusual in such age groups, they provided an half hour's :oncert of interest to all. School Choruses. The orchestra was followed with singing by choruses representing each grade and school in the city. The children sang under the direction of the grade school music supervisor. Miss Mildred Jackson, and Miss Mildred Keith was the accompanist. Their excellent performance won not only appreciation from the audience, bnt wonder that so much could be accomplished in training voices of little children. The first grade chorus sang "Fair Lady Moon," "A-dancing" anc "Sleep Little One." The second grade numbers were "Toyland,* "Indian Echo Song." "Papoose" and "springtime." "Swiss Shepherd's song," "The Candy Lion" and "Fairy Folk" were the third grade selections. Fourth Graders. The fourth grade sang "To Gree the Spring" by Mendelssohn, "A the Bio- Menagerie" by Manna-Zuc ca and "Lullaby" by Brahms. Two part singing was introduced by the fifth grade in "In Tyrolian Hills." bj Mozart, "Boatman's Song" by SchU' bert and "Wishing" by Miessner. The sixth graders did two and three part singing in "Golden. Slum' bers," an English folk song. "Caraway and Cheese" by von Wohlforth Grille, "Who Has Seen the Wind?' by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach and "Annie Laurie" by Lady John Scott. Three Part Singing. "Country Dance" by Bach, "Spanish Waltz" by Leavitt and "Calm as the 'Night" by Bohm were done by the seventh and eighth grade chor uses in three part arrangement. A feature of the program was an entertaining performance by th Monroe first grade rhythm ban which played three selections. Th eader of this group is Mrs. Katinka .toner. ---X-- 3 ast Noble Grands to Entertain Group From Lodge at Lake The post Noble Grands associa- :ion of Tina Rebekah lodge at Clear Lake will be guests of the P. N. G. A. of Queen lodge of Mason City on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock n the I. 0. O. F. hall. The hostesses include Mesdames W. H. Boyd, George Hubacher, S. M. Decker, W. R. Fisher, George Reeley, Lewis Wilson, F. G. Geiler and Minnie Taplin. The study of the Rebekah constitution will be in charge of Mrs. G;. Weida and Mrs. W. R. Fisher. The parliamentary law lesson will be conducted by Mrs. Irwin Repp. Mrs. R. E. Kolwinska, president, will preside during- the election of offleers. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED NEW HAMPTON--Licenses to wed were issued to Wilson Roy of Greene and Margaret Early of Dumont; Alfred J. Vikdal and Claretta G. Jerdee, both of Lawler; George Dexter, legal and Mary Wessel, legal, both of Davenport; Charles Lee and Hanah pehle, both of Minneapolis. gHWHHMHHHHHHHl Order Mother's Day FLOWERS from KEMBLE'S S GREENHOUSE S Phone 55 Lime Creek School to Present Comedy, "Tons of Trouble" Young people of Lime Creek school district No. 3 will present a play, "Tons of Trouble," Thursday and Friday evenings at 8:15 o'clock at the school, four miles north and one and one-half miles west of the Beet Sugar plant. The play.is a comedy of compli- icated situations and witty lines by Robert St. Glair who wrote "Tiger House" and Carlos De Valdez of motion picture fame. The cast includes Bonnie Alitz as Veronica Hale; Clifford Alitz as Albert Hale her husband; LeRoy Alitz as John White; Loetta Curran as Hope Marks. John's sweetheart. Manson Marks, Hope's father, is played by James Stork; Mattie Brand, John's spinster aunt, by Marjorie Alitz; Jeremiah Hale, Albert's uncle, by Holland Edgar; Jycslyn Jessup. an actress, is played by June Tictjens. There will be a small admission charge and a lunch will be served. Lcetta Curran is the teacher. MRS. A. H. HILL HOSTESS AT PARTY Mrs. A. H. Hill. 726 Massachusetts avenue northeast, entertained 10 guests at her home in honor of Mr. Hill who was celebrating his birthday. The time was spent informally and a buffet lunch was served. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 Make Your Mother Look Smarter on Mother's Day For mothers to buy for themselves--or for loving sons and daughters to buy as a Mother's Day Gift. Stunning Dresses in silks, sheers, laces and washables. All shades and sizes. Priced A*k *fcp« and from *f*T * up ind figured patterns in new styles, colors and ,. Priced WENDYS WEDDING, AND WHAT BECAME OF UNCLE GEORGE'S EXPENSIVE GIFT ! . WENDY'S RICH UNCLE GEORGE SENDS THIS BEAUTIFUL COFFEE URN. ~s, ~AFTER THE HONEYMOON" MOTHER,JACK COMPLAINS ABOUT MY COFFEE. ANP 1 CANT UN PERSIAN P IT, FOR 1 MAKE IT IN THE COFFEE URN UNCLE GEORGE GAVE US .' ' YOU JUST PUT THAT FANCY GADGET ON THE SHELF ANP FORGET IT. I'LL SHOW YOU HOW SOOP COFFEE SHOULD BE MADE ~WITH POWER'S PR1P 6RINP / I CERTAINLY DO.' \ FOLCERf IS GROWN HIGH IN CENTRAL 1 AMERICAN MOUNTAINS.) ANP COFFEE / , EXPERTS SAY I THAT'S WHAT I GIVES IT f RICHER I FLAVOR.' / · _^ f USE ANY SOOt ORIPMAK.ER, ANP INTO THE COFFEE BASKET PUT JUST THREE SPOONS OF FOLCER'S DRIP GRINP. YOU CAN USE ONE SPOON LESS BECAUSE OF FOLGER'S EXTRA RICH WHY, THAT I MEANS YOU I SAVE ONE "\ POUND IN I EVERY FOUR WHEN YOUR KETTLE I BOILS, FILL THE I DRIPMAKER. TO THE ] 4-CUP MARK. NO RISK OF "MAKING" YOUR J COFFEE TOO LONG OR ( NOT LONG ENOUGH .' ' ^__ __/ - HOW QUICK ANP EASY.' FROM NOW ON WE'LL USE FOLGER'S! FOiCER'S DRIP GRIND, PLEASE. BKEAKFAST NEXT DAY · ' "^ - -- I WENPY DARLING, THIS COFFEE \S DELICIOUS / WHAT RICH, TANSY FLAVOR/ IT'S FOLCER'S MOUNTAIN FLAVOR" j MADE WITH FOLGER'S DRIP GRIND. SO i Jv FROM NOW ON UNCLE GEORGE'S GIFT WILL BE FOR DECORATION ONLY/ HOW SPECIAL DRIP GRIND ENABLES YOU TO MAKE PERFECT COFFEE-ALWAYS! --Rare Mountain Coffee Gives Extra Flavor, Extra Savings-- MIRACLES ofNA TURE Experts agree that the drip method is the best way to make coffee. And to be sure of perfect drip coffee, use Folger's Drip Grind. Folger's Drip Grind is never crushed or mashed. It is put through scientific cutting processes which bring out its rich flavor to the fullest and assure perfect results, every time! And remember--Folgcr's is a different kindol coffee. Most brands come from the lowlands, but Folgcr'sis from tiny mountain-top plantations, where volcanic soil and better climate give it a flavor utterly unlike other coffees. This extra richness means extra economy. Housewives have discovered that you can actually use Jiless of Folger's and still have better, richer flavored coffee! Try Folger's Drip Grind today. Folger Coffee Company, Kansas City--San Francisco. FDLGER'S COFFEE P A C K E D The finest salmon comes from t"c Columbia River. And the n-orld's biggest, and best potatoes crow in Idaho. The finest coffees come from the Mountains of Central America --Uiat's where Fol- gcr's Rets its rare, rich flavor. .t

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