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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MAY 10 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN Anticipation is the pleasant pastime of making plans to spend money that you never get.--Duluth A'cws-Trlbunc. BLUE BIRD CLOCK THE NEWEST AND CUTEST CLOCK ON THE MARKET Special $1.75 IOWA TEA CO. 29 EAST STATE ST. Senior Play Will Be at High School "Pomander Walk" Produced With Elaborate Set, Costumes. The England of 1805 will live again Friday evening when the senior class presents its play, "Pomander Walk," at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium. Elaborate costumes and settings have been planned to make the performance attractive and authentic. Miss Ruth Irons is the director ot the play and the cast includes Betty Ann Webster, prolog; Cedric Howell, Lord Atford; Edward Woodward, John Sayle; Walter Fltz- patrick, Sir Peter; Willis Weyrauch, Jerome Brooke-Haskyn; J a m e s Moor, the Rev. Mr. Stemroyd; Vergil McKee, Basil Pringle; Keith DeLacy, Jim; Floyd Anderson, Muffin Man; Wayne Chamberlain, Lamplighter. . Ralph Miners takes the part of Eyesore; June Gaylord, Madame; Ardith Blackwell, Marjolaine; Ann Adel Johnson, Paniila Paskcst; Leonalne Breese, Ruth Pennymint; Louise Pierce, Edith Pennymint; Mary Jane Gamble, Caroline Thring; Leah Jane Lee, Nanette; Wanda Black, Jane. On the production staff are Virginia Eraby, prompter, assisted by Eetty Clark and Maxine Lewis; Beth DeVoe, call girl, assisted by Arlene Hart, Jeanette Arnold, Margaret Kern, Frances Gashel, Margaret Maynard and Mildred Hotchkin; costumes, Evelyn Holt, assisted by Eunice Anderson, Babe Kropman and Edith Modlin. Louis Garfin and Bill Bennett are advertising managers, assisted by Fran'' Walker, Elizabeth Haddy and Marion Hayes; Emmett Lynch, business minager, assisted by William Gundlach, Jack Harpster and Red Herbener; Jim Irwin, property manager assisted by George Nicol, Bob Holmaii, Lorna Hanson and Jean Kitsis; Miss Irons, make-up, assisted by Lucille Pierce, Mary Snook, Edythe Maxson, Clarice Gregerson, LaVaun Baumgartner, Colleen Mulhern and Kathleen McCormick; :'age managers, Merlyn Parks, assisted by Victor Purington and Frank Conway. News note; Dillinger leaves Minneapolis flat. That the way he left most banks he has visited.--The Jllnnesota Dally. ROYAL, WATER LILY It is difficult to account for the tie of this old block, since its his- ory has been lost. A quilt made rom the "Royal Water Lily" block one of the loveliest in existence, he color combination is of soft urple, yellow, and delicate green. 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Flattering dressy models trimmed with gorgeous furs! Graceful ripple collars! Smart furred throws! Popular stitched collars! Sports coats in splendid tweeds! Plenty of navys! Fabrics and tailoring unequalled at this low price! SWAGGER SUITS--Greatly Reduced! A savings opportunity! Exceptional tweeds! Smart flannels! Splendid novelty woolens! Beautifully tailored! Jaunty swagger suits at far below worth! 95 Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern Juniors Enterin Seniors. ORCHARD, May 10.--The junior lass entertained the senior class at picnic at the Wildwood park at Charles City Wednesday evening. After the picnic, the group attended he theater. SPECIAL ONE 8x10 PAINTING for $1.50 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 2272 Bagley-Beck Bldg. Sioux City Home Scene of Ceremony Miss Helen Van Sickle Becomes Bride of Roger Patton. At high noon Thursday Miss Helen Van Sickle, "daughter of Mrs. B. p. Van Sickle of Sioux City, became the bride of Roger Patton, son of W. L. Patton, 522 Adams avenue northwest, at a ceremony performed by the Rev. Mr. Oullman, pastor of the First Congregational church of Sioux City, at the home of Mrs. Van Sickle. 'Miss Roberta Finney of Sioux City played "At Dawning" while the guests were assembling and "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" as the bride and her cousin, Mrs. Philip Sheridan of Sioux City, the matron of honor, descended the stairs. They were met by the bridegroom and his brother, Willis Patton, the best man, at the fireplace which had been banked with palms and ferns to form an improvised altar before which the vows were exchanged. Miss Finney played "The Venetian Love Song" by Nevin duftng the service. The bride was attired in a white chiffon gown made simply with cape-effect sleeves and a flooi length skirt. She wore a corsage of Talisman roses and blue sweet peas. Mrs. Sheridan's gown was of blue lace and her flowers, pink roses and white sweet peas. Following the service a wedding dinner was sarved. Guests includec W. L. Patton, father of the bridegroom, Willis Patton, brother of the bridegroom, Miss Evelyn Fallows Miss Kathryn Kohl and Miss Dollj Hyberger, all of Mason City. Mr. Patton and his bride have left on a wedding trip and on their return will be at home in Mason City. For travel, Mrs. Patton is wearing a brown suit with brown accessories. Mrs. Patton has made her home in Mason City for a number of years having been employed in the office of the Crystal Lake Ice auc Fuel company. Mr. Patton, a grad- 3 SOUTH FEDERAL ·6- TRY K R E S G E ' S F I R S T ! Large Brimmed Stitched Lrepe WHITE FLOPS Wide brimmed piques, linens and new rough straws, gj -4 QQ in Chesterfield shapes with upturned backs and slanted fronts, or medium and narrow brims are also 1° K R E S G E ' S 25cTO $1 STORE 9 SOUTH FEDERAL Smart for May and June! Pom Pon SILK BLOUSE $100 with Lastex cuffs and waist Simple in design but most stunning in effect are these pure silk or novelty stitch acetate blouses. The gathered and tucked waist has five concealed Lastex threads that make a snug fit. Pom Pon ties under the collar make a clever trim and give the popular high neck effect. In white and Spring pastels. KRESGE'S FteEfi FROtiT 25C TO- $1.00 STORt {) SOUTH FEDKRA1. ate of the Mason City high school nd Griunell college, is a member f the firm of W. L. Patton. Social Calendar THURSDAY usalata-T. N. T. clubs-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. employers' banquet. aptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harvey Adams, 9:30 Jackson avenue northwest. oyal Neighbors-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. . M. F.-8 o'clock, McKinley school, 3 act comedy. . M. F. C.-8 o'clock, church, refreshments. FRIDAY rcsbyterlim Silver tea-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Mass, 1 Taylor avenue southwest, for Presbyterian women as benefit for Forest park circle. hlcago North Western Women-2 o'clock, Mrs. Oscar Pederson, 1301 South Federal avenue, ira Curd club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Dale Harrison, 1722 Delaware avenue southeast. First Methodist Ladies aid-1 o'clock, church. .W. C. T. U.-10:30 o'clock. Baptist church, county institute, all day session, pot luck luncheon, Mary B. Br- vin, national worker, speaker. baptist Ladies aid-2 o'clock, Mrs. E. M. Nelson, 15 Fourteenth street northwest, Gildner division. Reliekah circle--· 2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlors, Mrs. Wade Vasbindcr, -chairman. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Clare Hicks, 915 Jefferson avenue northwest, general meeting, division 1 serving. 'rinity Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. Ove Sanderson, Mrs. H. Holt, Mrs. O. Tangen, hostesses. larmony Guild-Church, Mrs. L. S. Sanders, Mrs. Howard Knesel, Mrs. L. A. Moore, hostesses, Mrs. Jay Lorenz, devotions. mmanuel M.-D. banquet-6:30 o'clock, church, mother and daughter banquet. Baptist Drama club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Clifton Oeschger, 420 Fifteenth street ?iorth east, Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, speaker. A. r. M.-8 o'clock, I. 0. O. F. hall, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Repp, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pine, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lund, Mrs. D. C. Coffin, A. M. Staplin. Daughters of Veterans--· Courthouse assembly. WOODMAN CIRCLE DRAPES CHARTER At the meeting of the Woodman circle Beryl Grove No. 135 at th home of Mrs. R. L. Purington, 62 First street southeast, the charte was draped in honor of the nationa ^resident, Mary E. LaRocca, wh died in April. Mrs. Henry Smith juardian, on behalf of the Suprem forest Woodman circle at Omahi presented a gold service pin to Mrs A. C. Holly, financial secretary, fo ler service to the order. Mrs. Pur ngton served refreshments. The !entral Lutherans Arrange Dinner for Mothers-Daughters The mothers and daughters of Central Lutheran church will be ntertained at a mother-daughters' anquct to be held at the church arlors Friday evening at 6:15 'clock. Mrs. O. C. Sorlein will serve as oastmistress for the occasion. Miss iola Wass will give the address of ·elcome to the mothers of the lurch. Mrs. J. G. Hanson will give ic response. Special music consisting of a iris' sextet and vocal solos with ar- angement for the significance of lOthers has been arranged. The oung men's club of the church is ponsoring this banquet. .uncheon Given for Oweso Club Mothers Mothers of the Oweso club mem- ers were honored at a luncheon at he Jefferson amber room Wednes- ay afternoon. Pastel shades predominated in the able decorations. A large May bas- et formed the centerpiece from ·hich each mother received a andkerchief and sweet peas. The aftemon was spent at the ome of Mrs. Otto Engebretson, 311 econd street northeast. Music was umlshcd by the high school girls' extet and string quartet. A drama, Tom Sawyer," was presented by a ·roup of Central school students. Out of town guests were Mrs. E. Daniels of Nora Springs and Mrs. Claude Madison of St. Joseph, Mo. Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. Clarence LeJeune have moved from Des Moines to Mason City and are living in the Shipman apartments on North Federal avenue. * * * Dr. T. E. Davidson, 90S Second street southwest, and Dr. G. E. Har- ·ison, Vermont avenue southeast, :psnt Thursday in Des Moines vhere Dr. Davidson talked on "Indications for Thyroid Surgery." * * * Miss Lucella Sweiger, 605 Delavare avenue northeast, is in Chicago whore she is spending some ime with her sister, Miss Anna Mae sweigcr. * * * Mrs. R. E. Brisbine, 222 Sixth street northwest, is in Clinton where she is attending the state convention of the P. E. O. ST. JOSEPH CLASS TO GIVE PROGRAM Members of the sophomore clas of St. Joseph school will present .Mother's day program Friday after noon at 2 o'clock in the school aud torium. There will be readings an musical numbers appropriate to th day. The program is for mothers o all the students of St. Josep school. next meeting will be held June 1 at the home of Mrs. Henry Smith 630 Madison avenue southwest. Russian Art Work Shown at L i b r a r y firs. L. J. Retcher Speakei on Manners and Customs of People. Although Mrs. L. J. Fletcher'rt alk Thursday morning at the Maon City Public Library was on the rt work of Russia and the manners nd customs of the people, a group f men lingered half an hour after- lie meeting to talk of political con- "tions and economic problems. The fifteenth century Ikon which Irs. Fletcher brought bad been in Russian family for more than 100 ears. Mrs. Fletcher showed how he ikon was draped and told that i each Russian home there used to e an ikon corner. Now that the ;ate church has been overthrown n Russia and religion is being dis- ouraged, the artists who formerly aade ikons have turned their skill nd ability to boxes. Carved boxes nd beautifully enameled boxes "ere In the display that Mrs. 'letchcr brought with her. One vil- age usually makes one certain type f box. Embroidered Cloths. Much flax is raised in Russia and 'oven there and so there are many iiien articles in the country. The xhibit had beautifully embroidered ablecloths and even a dress pat- era. Two colorful woolen shawls. much on the order of the Paisley tiawls, were to the display. The ich reds, ivory, green, and blue ·ere printed rather than woven into he fabrics. Both shawls had black orders. There was a creamy white Drenberg shawl in the exhibit. The hawl, which was more than a yard square, was so fine that It would go through a wedding ring and is ailed a bridal veil because of the act. Cossuck Dagger. There is much exquisite silver vork in Russia. The Georgian peo- ile in one of the present soviet tates do the finest work. A dagger n a richly chased silver case was 3f the type the Cossacks formerly wore at their belts. It was a stunning decoration as well as an effec- "ve weapon. Several of the Russian books rom the exhitit circulated after the meeting which was informal and very pleasant. About 25 persons were present. .3, NOVAK-VACHA SPILLVILLE, May 10.--The Catholic church In Lourdes was the scene of the wedding of John Novak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Novak, and Emma Vacha, daughter of Mrs. Jennie Vacha of near Lourdes. The Rev. W. Dostal of Fort Atkinson, uncle of the bridegroom, performed the ceremony. The attendants were Christina Novak, Frank Vacha, Nettie Vacha and Louis Novak. A dance was given in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Novak will make their home on a farm near Fort Atkinson. Banish Body Odor This New Odorless Way Leaves No M. S. CK3") It isn't the smell of a soap that gets you clean-it's the lather. Ordinary toilet soaps don't lather freely enough in this hard water. They form a sticky soap-scum that works into the pores and dams up stale perspiration. Strong-smelling soaps--no matter how much they lather--can't keep a secret. Kirk's Castile, being a 100?? pure vegetable oil soap, lathers abundantly, even in hard, cold water. It goes deep into the pores, mixes with the stale perspiration curds and sets them free. In n re-inkling your body is as fresh and clean-smelling as a woodland breeze! "Simply Great for Our Hard Water"-«ay« P«orla, Illinois, woman. Poorla water Is 25 grains hard. Try Kirk's Coco Castile today. It's odorless. MOTHER SAID SHE THOUGHT YOU MIGHT BE HAVING TROUBLE WITH BODY ODOR. GEE, MISTER ZILCH. I'M AWFULLY SORRY! DOES IT HURT?-- OUCH/ SOMEBOPY KICKED And half again hrgei than average toilet soaps--an exceptional bargain. Be sure to ask for Kirk's by name. OCEflMS OF tATHER-EVEH IN HARD, COLD

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