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May 10, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 10 |H 1934 ^^_ » *WJ-\lJ\Jl 1 V y l -1 A \* JLJV^JL^*^ x» *»«-·--· -- -- ---· .... _.. -,-j. . . . . . . -- TBrJ _______^ - -- · " ' ~~~ NATIONAL FEDERATION REPRESENTATIVES AT MEETING Year's Work Concluded by Madisonians Officers Installed, Art Exhibit Inspected by Parents. Madison Parent-Teacher association conducted its final meeting of the season Wednesday afternoon at the school when officers -were installed under the direction of Mrs. Fred Lyman. Mrs. A. D. Ives is the new president, Mrs. Frank Perkins, vice president, Mrs. Floyd Morris, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. R. R. Nesje reported on the Fort Dodge convention. It was voted to send the eighth grade boy and girl having the highest grades to summer camp. The unit expressed its appreciation of the work of the teachers and outgoing officers during the past year. It was announced that the losing side in the Child Study circle reading contest would entertain the ·winning side at the school May 14. The pupils of the fifth grade under the direction of Miss Grctchei. Bickel presented a three act play. Supt. R. B. Irons spoke on art in the schools and following his talk the group went to the gymnasium to inspect the art exhibit in which every child of the school was represented. The exhibit included a wide variety of art work which had been accomplished during the year in all the grades from the kindergarten to the eighth grade. MISS ALICE FURLEIGH HOSTESS TO AUXILIARY Miss Alice Furlelgh, Delaware apartments, entertained the K. B. auxiliary Wednesday evening at a 6:30 o'clock dinner at her home. Following dinner a program was given opening with devotions led by Mrs. Glen Boggle. Mrs. John Sherman talked on the life of Bishop Lee and Miss Velma Baker described the federal relief work being done in Des Moines. Miss Helen Toppin reviewed a magazine article. LIME CREEK LEADERS MEET AT BISBEE HOME I Leaders of Lime Creek township met at the home of Mrs. Floyd Bisbee to plan posters for achievement day which will be held June 12. At the close of the meeting a gift was presented to Mrs. Floyd Gaede who was Ada Raake before her recent marriage. Lunch was served by Mrs. Bisbee. STATE OFFICERS OF B. P. W. CONVENTION Many Events Planned for onvention MRS. GOLDIE WORTH MISS VERA DENOON * MISS BLANCHE MAYTAG MISS KATHRYN BURK DR. ETHEL GRIFFIN DAY... Next Sundaq, May 13. Is Mother's Day It calls for Flowers. SHE loves them as she loves you. You will not be satisfied with anything but strictly fresh stock for this occasion. Come out to the greenhouse, make your selection and we will deliver at any time or place you designate. Remember--we are the only members of the F. T. D. A. in Mason City and can. have your flower orders delivered anywhere in the world by wire, nhone »r letter. » Kemble's Greenhouse Phone 55 HERMAN M. KNUDSON, Prop. GREENHOUSE OPEN EVENINGS Phone 56 ANOTHER BIG OFFER 500 Pairs New Arrivals 'Twenty Adorable Styles WHITE Kiltie Ties, T-Straps, Tie Pumps, Two Tone Ties BLUE Oxford Ties, Pumps, T-Straps, Txo Tout Tie;. GREY In Ties and Pumps C-H-O-I-C-E Low Heels! High Heels! Med. Heels! Glorious New Styles \ 'A Special Offer at 3* Kilties, Tic Pumps, Buckle Pumps, Oxford Ties WHITES, BLUES, GREYS PflHORS Production of Mystery May 24, 25 Rehearsals of "The Perfect Alibi" Directed by Gretchen Bickel. Rehearsals for the Woman's club spring play, "The Perfect Alibi," ·e progressing under the direction f Miss Gretchen Bickel. The play, mystery in three acts, will be taged at the high school auditor- ura May 24 and 25. The cast includes many whose ork is familiar to Mason City the- tergoers, among them Edwin Helling, Miss Ramona Liesveld, 'hornas Gregory, Dr. H. K. Jones, tiss Ruth Fisher, Miss Mary Sherlan, Harold Grier. J. A. Grimsley, ichard Brady and the Rev. R. M. .edenbaugh. "The Perfect Alibi" concerns the lanning and execution of what was upposed to have been the perfect rime. It is the first mystery play ·hich has been staged by the Wolan's club drama department for number of years. The proceeds of one performance I the spring play are alloted to ie Woman's club maternity bed und and the second night of "The erfect Alibi" will be a charity per- ormance. Through the fund the Voman's club provides for the hos- italization of needy mothers. .;. ARRHGE LICENSES SSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been is- ued to LuVerne D. Hopes, 25, and I MISS JOY RIDGEWAY O FFICERS of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's club who arrived in Mason City Thursday to be present for the opening events of the state convention at the Hotel Hanford include Mrs. Goldie Worth of Centerville, state president; Dr. Ethel Griffin of Sioux City, first vice president; Miss Blanche Maytag of Newton, second vice president; Miss Kathryn Burk of Waterloo, recording secretary; Miss Vera DeNoon, corresponding- secretary. Miss Joy Ridgeway, a member of the Mason City club, is the state treasurer. Minnie M. Vestweber, 27, both of Mason City; and to John Mitchell Carpenter, 21, and Gleneva Kennedy, 18, both of Webster City. 106 N. Federal Are. Our Entire Stock of DRESSES Divided Into 3 Clearance Groups New Wash Dresses-- New Washable Silks-- New Cottons arriving daily. We need room. We must have space- even if we sacrifice all profits. It will pay you to see for yourself. . Friday and Saturday Only In These Groups You Will Find ... · POLKA DOTS · WHITES, BLUES, ROSE · PRINTS · - SUNDAY NITES · BANQUET · SPORT DRESSES · KNIT DRESSES · ENSEMBLES · FORMALS · EYELETS · ORGANDIES · TAFFETAS · CHIFFONS · CREPES · LINENS USE OUR DOWN PAYMENT PLAN A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY GARMENT BETTY DRESS JANE 114 North Federal Ave. Mary Ervin Will Speak forW.C.T.U. County Institute Planned for Friday at First Baptist Church. Miss Mary B. Ervin, national W. C. T. U. field worker, will address the Cerro Gordo W. C. T. U at a' county institute to be held Friday beginning at 10:30 o'clock at the First Baptist church. Miss Ervin's address on "Safeguarding America's Future" will be the con eluding event of the afternoon. The institute will open with the singing of "Lead On O King Eternal" followed by devotions which will be led by Mrs. David Kratz. Mrs. W. H. Davidson, county president, will explain the purpose of the institute. Mrs. 0. J. .Hubbard, a pioneer member, will speak on "Why Amer ica Needed the W. C. T. U. in 1874' and Mrs. John Sherman, a new member, will have as her topic for a talk, "Why America Needs the W. C. T. U. in 1934." Department secretaries will report and noon tide prayer will be led by Mrs. M. " Nutty. Following a covered dish luncheon at noon, the afternoon session wil open with the singing of "Our Task." The Rev. A. W. Caul wil lead devotions and there will be music by Earl Dean. Candidates for various state and county offices will speak. "It's Our Country" will be staged by the members of Mrs. Forest Jacobs' Sunday school class. The meeting will close with Miss Ervin's talk. Legion Drum Corps Auxiliary Entertains Husbands at Dinner Husbands of American Legion Drum corps auxiliary members were entertained by their wives a a 6:30 o'clock dinner at the Chure of Christ Wednesday evening witt Mrs. Arnold Tilton and Mrs. E. L Siesseger acting as hostesses Mrs. Vic Randall, first presiden of the auxiliary, acted as toast mistress and Mrs. R. C. Patrick present head of the group, gave an address of welcome to the guests L. R. Whipple responded. Mr. Tilton accompanied by Mrs. Whipple, le community singing. C. K. Kinney gave readings an Lucile Byerly and Alice Kolar pre sented a skit. Tim Phalen and R Morehouse staged "Mates." Ther was music by Henry Raun and hi little German band. Following the program game were played with prizes going t Mrs. J. O'Keefe, Mr. Randall an Dr. T. A. Nettleton. Roy Johnson commander of the Legion post, wa a guest. Alice M. Richardson Weds George Weitzel Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Alice Mae Richardson, daughter of Mrs. Guy Scoville, 426 Sixteenth street northwest, to George Weitzel, son of Mrs. Kate Snyder, 1531 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, which took place April 9 at Osage. The Rev. S. A. Erauer performed the ceremony. Mr. Weitzel and his bride are making their home here where he is employed at Deckers. I MRS. W. B. McCLELLAN TO PRESENT PUPILS Mrs. W. B. McClellan will present a group of boy3 in a piano recital Friday' evening at 7:30 o'clock at Monroe school. The performers include David Gilbertson. Arthur Woodward, Richard Bailey, Bobbie McCullum, Roland Magner, Reeve McNitt, Warren Tilton, Kenneth Weida, Robert Cooper, Freddy Wasicek, Carl Patrick, Tommy Mavsden, Jerry Fockler, Charles Hagerman, John Donnelly, Billy Thompson, Robert Larson. Scott Miler, Bobbie McClellan and Billie McClellan. ARBOR VITAE CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING Arbor Vitae club met at the home of Mrs. Rudy Haensch, 511 Twelfth i street northwest, for a 1 o'clock j luncheon. The time was spent sew- I ing and a reading was given by Mrs. G. Hurst. The next meeting will be I with Mrs. Fred Uschner, 1021 Quin- I cy avenue northwest. O _ flarion McClench, Rose Cunningham to Attend Sessions at Hanford. Mrs. Rosa E. Cunningham of Des loines and Miss Marion McClench £ Ann Arbor. Mich., will represent le National Federation of Business nd Professional Women at the state cnvention which was scheduled to pen here Thursday evening with pre-convention board dinner. Mrs. Cunningham is chairman of egislation and Miss McClench, past ational president, is chairman of membership. Miss McClench will be he speaker at the Saturday evening anquet and her topic will be "We "urn in New Directions." Register in Morning. Events scheduled for Friday in- 1 lude registration from S to 9:30 'clock, the opening of the conven- ion at .9:30 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford 'with Mrs. Goldie Worth of Centerville, state president, in iharge. Invocation will be given by .he Rev. W. L. Dibble and the -nayor's address ot welcome delivered. Miss Ethel Ridgeway will report 'or the credentials committee and Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, program. State officers. Dr. Ethel Griffin of loux City, first vice president; Blanche Maytag of Newton, second vice president: Kathryn Burk of Waterloo, recording secretary; Vera DeNoon of Centerville, correspond- ng secretary: and Joy Ridgeway, Mason City, treasurer, will report. Florence Woods of Ames, finance chairman, will give the auditor's report. Hear Mrs. Cerncy. At 12:15 o'clock the fifteenth birthday" luncheon will be served at the Hanford with Mrs. Julia Potts presiding. Mrs. Roy Cerney will speak on Czecho-Slovakia and the high school sextet will sing. Friday afternoon's session will open with the credentials report md reports on the Iowa Business Woman by Jessie Bateman and Olive Howell of Centerville. Miss McClench will conduct the organization conference groups on program, membership, emblem, finance, pub- icity, transportation and club growth. Friday evening at 6:43 o'clock there will be a banquet with Winona Evans Reeves of Keokuk as speaker. Dr. Griffin will preside. Musical numbers will be furnished oy a string ensemble under Miss Marjorie Smith and by Mrs. Don Wells, Mrs. A. C. Hagerman and Mrs. C. B. Oilman. Reform may be attempted in China of the ancient wedding and funeral customs, observance of which keeps many families in poverty. Mothers Entertained by Friendly Circle at Luncheon at Y.W. The Friendly Circle club entertained the mothers and friends of its members at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Y. W. C. A. with 12 guests present. Guests included Mrs. Frank Sharp, Mrs. Arthur Rose, Mrs. E. R. Dunham, Mrs. L. J. Whalen, Mrs. Lloyd JMathlesen, Mrs. W. D. Wal- lace, Mrs. C. Haas, Mrs. A. Isaacson, Mrs. Roy Furnish and the Misses Mildred Mattison, Mablc McPcak and Ruth Sibcrt. Marlys Mallo sang several numbers and gave a tap dance. A play, "The Village Gossip," was performed by Mrs. P. Mathieson, Mrs. M. Calkins and Mrs. O. K. Rehms. Mrs. Rchms read the club prophecy and games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Dunham and Miss Sibert. 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