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April 10, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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iiiLr i i l i i i Ir^Cl. 2 VJ^JIE^ -CcJcili i i MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Party Will Be Held at ; Parish Hall Proceeds to Bp Added to Scholarship » : Fund. ·'-· Plans have been completed for the benefit bridge party to be given by 'the Pan Hellenic association Satur, day afternoon at the St. '. John's · Parish hall. Play will begin at 2 o'clock. . '.' The proceeds will be added to the scholarship fund which the as- S" sociation has had as a project for a number of years. Those who do not play bridge will come for tea later in the afternoon. s , The committee in charge includes Mrs. Sidney R. Bowen, chairman. ·Mrs. B. A. Webster, Mrs. Howard Knesel, Mrs, R. E. Romey, Mrs. Catts, Miss Gretchen Carlson, Miss . -Mary Sherman, Mrs. John Dibbla and Miss Helen Barclay. They aro directing the ticket sale. Pan Hellenic will have its annual spring rummage sale April 15 and 16 at the Pattpn store building and the committee in charge includes Mrs. 'Lester Dibble, Mrs. Edmund Dunlop;. Mrs. George Andrews, Mrs. M. E. Olson, Mrs. Hepner, Miss Marjorie Mitchell and Mrs. Edward Babcock. . Holy Fairtily Ladies' Aid to Give Benefit Dance^ at K. C. Hal : Plans are being made by the La dies Aid of Holy Family church fo a benefit dance to be held at the K C. hall Wednesday evening. Tom Wells' orchestra, will play for danc ing and there will be cards also Special decorations are being plan net! to be carried out in black and yellow. Arrangements are in charge of Mrs. J. E. Kelly, Mrs. B. J. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Harold O'Brien and Mrs. D. O'Connor. Marjorie Hopperstead Weds Donald Beil at Little Brown Church , NASHUA, April 10.=-Miss Marjorie Hopperstead'and Donald Biel, both of Cresco, were married Thursday morning at tha Little Brown church by the Rev. William Kent, pastor. They were accompanied by Miss Alida Moe of Kldgeway, a cousin ol the bride, and Harvey Biel, a cousin o£ the bridegroom. : . ; fTtie bride is a .daughter of Mrs. VqfU.Crescp an,i,s. T T T S T T ~^~ ^~ : .-----~.~ . ^ - . APRIL 10 m 1931 HELLENIC ASSOCIATION TO HAVE BENEFIT BRIDGE MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 2034. By ANNE ADAMS. Here is a delightful addition td your small girl's spring wardrobe. You may make the frock ,with long sleeves, short sleeves or no sleeves at all, altho they are lovely with the turned back cuffs. Side pleats, stitched part way to stay neatly in place, give grace and freedom and swing to the skirt. The becomin" collar and short front panel are daintily- trimmed with' tuffling or embroidery. Any tot would love pattern 2034 made of gayly printed percale, cotton broadcloth pique gingham or wash silk. ' May be obtained only in sizes 2 4 6 and*. Size 4 requires 2*A yards'oj 39-inch fabric. No dressmaking ' experience ia necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size, ana simple, exact instructions are given. Send 15 cents in coins or stamps co ns preferred) for each patter Write plainly yol!r naTae _ addresa 2034 The new spring and summer pat- ««n ? atal ?£ Matures an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kiddies' olothes, ^so delightful accessory patterns. Price of catalo-* Catalog with pattern. 25 mai! Licenses to Wed Issued to 21 Pairs Garner Clerk of Court Gives Marriage Permits. GARNER, April 10.--Marriage li- .censes _issued since Feb. 3 by Clerk of Courts, C. J. Johanson were to Leo Hughes and Winnifred Gilmore, Britt; Alfred J. Monson and Evelyn A. Welsh, Britt; Harvey JJanson and Evelyn Christenson, Britti Elmer Hauptly and Mary Eden. Wesley, Thomas'Harm and Inez M. Bo****** ---- x--' Minder"; XJUnianrt .Tltonia. ; Sena Luppen, Bits About'em graduate of the Cres'co high school The bridegroom is the son of Mr. ,,- _ .. . and Mrs. J. C. Biel of Cresco. Ha £,,,,, "V^r ,?' Alfk ,": and Fanm ' e was graduated from the Cresco high ~? ~' Li " Ie Rock ' Dlck u - Kruso school and from the Mankato, Minn., »,"__ retch . en Bur «3, _ Little Rock; business college. After a short wedding trip to the Twin Cities Mr. and Mrs. Biel will reside In Cresco where ha is employed. --.;.-- HOPES-HOPITAK 1 SHEFFIELD, April 10.--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Oscar Hopes to Mtjs Minnie Kopitar of Rockwell. Tha ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. 3. Braun,.pastor of tha Evangelical church. They will make their home on the Hopes farm east of here. Their Choice- Mason City's most distinguished families have elected Russell's to -capture the full beauty and charm of the bride In a portrait photograph. On an occasion that calls for the best of everything. It is natural to place the photography at the RUSSELL STUDIO Norman Liesener, Jackson Wis , Anna Schmidt, Garner; Edward H. Becker and Gail J. Buss, Klemme; Irvin M. Hart wig and Hazel M. Rice, Clear Lake; Herman Boehnkc and Ella Dethlefs, Ventura- Paul Stromer and Home Greiman Garner; Donald Whittle, Alden; Clarico Waldee, Williams: Marvin Keller and Dora Speers, Mason City; Wll- ford Conger, Garner, Evelyn Moonan. Britt; John J. Geurtan and Maud Mercer, Sibley; James M. Love, Garner, Wana Paterson, Algona; Ray A. Harris Eldrado, Kans., Elsie B Liscomb, Garner; Willard Rude Po- cohantas, Bertha Henson, Forest _ GABRIELSON-DETTMAN. BELMOND, April 10.-- Miss Agnes Dettman and Tolford Gabrielson have announced their marriage Dec. 4 at Austin, Minn. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Walrod of Belmond. Mrs. Gabrielson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dettman. The bridegroom . is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Gabrielson. MANTOR-MIIJLEB ALGONA, April 10.-- Mrs. Cora D. Miller and Guy Mantor were married at Mason City by the Rev. George K. Davies of the First Presbyterian church. They have left by motor on a thre weeks', trip In the west They will be at home in Algona May 1, where Mr. Mantor Is engaged in the real estate business -- *-KILMER-PARKER ALLISON, April 10.-- A marriage license was issued to Essie B. Parker of Parkersburg and William Henry Hilmer of Waterloo. Be Fooled! (. .- TOiy use so-called "modern" shortenings, or lard substitutes when you can buy Decker r s lowana Pure Leaf Lard 5f to 10£ a pound less? You save money and you get the finest Pure Leaf Lard produced ... open kettle rendered .«»'made in sanitary kitchens under United States Government Inspection. . -·· Give your support to pork products raised by farmers in this community « Support home industry* You save moneyl And you obtain the best product on the market, too, when you buy Decker's lowana Pure have it. Leaf Lard' Local merchants Miss Mary Sherman, 219 Sixth street northwest, will leave Saturday for Cedar Rapids where, she will spend the week-end and attend the Delta Delta Delta formal to be held Saturday evening. x a * * Miss Jeanne McDonald, 933 Delaware avenue northeast, Miss Elizabeth Graves. 204 'Fifth street northeast, and Miss Ida Iverson 225 Third street northeast, are drivin" to Iowa City Friday afternoon where they will visit friends for the week-end. * * *· Accompanied by Marjory June Hall, her granddaughter, Mrs. L. A Reeves left Friday afternoon for Towa City where she will resume her post-.as:house mother for the Sigma Nu fraterinity. She had been an Easter season guest in the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. Earl Hall. * * ·* Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schulman, 201 Sixth street southwest, drove to Estherville Friday morning. They took with them their son, Harry, who will compete in the district music conteeat to be held there. * * * t Miss Phoebe Sherman, Miss Dorothy Bamber, Clifton Burmeister and Ray Uhlenger drove to Ames Friday to attend a fraternity party. Mr. Uhlenger, a classmate of Mr Burmeister at Carleton college Northfleld, Minn., has been visitin" in Mason City for the last week. .* * * A. F. Fischer, 310 Madison avenue southwest and B. I. Bright, 1104 West State street, drove to Minneapolis Friday. They will return to Mason City Saturday. * * * Mr. and Mrs. R. L. James, 904 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, are planning to drive to Clarion Saturday. They will be accompanied home by Mrs. James' parents and Mr. and Mrs. G. N. ^ Elder, who hav been spending the winter in California. * * * Mr. and Mrs. William Casey, 307 Pennsylvania avenue southeast' are leaving Saturday for Cedar Hapids, Iowa City and Dubuque where they will visit relatives and friends until next Thursday. s * * Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Murphy and daughter, Patricia, 225 Second street northwest, will leave Saturday for Minneapolis to spend the week-end. * * * Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Way, 321 Second street southeast, and Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Duffield and daughter, Anne, 507 East State street, left Thursday for a month's trip to Cuba. * * * R'inard Thompson, 1114 Hampshire avenue northeast, has left for Antigo, Wis., where he has accepted a position as manager of the shoe store. Mr. Thompson has been in charge of the Sterling department for the past year. C. H. Barber Elected Head of Owl Club Last Dinner Dance Held.at Country Club at Clear Lake. C. H. Barber was elected president of the Owl club and G. B Pray, . secretary-treasurer, at the final dinner dance held Thursday evening at the Clear Lake Country club. The new directors are Dr. C C Carrick, Lloyd Tait and R. W. Baumgartner. There were more than 125 at the affair. The tables were arranged in a cabaret style and the guests danced during- the dinner hour. Spring flowers were used as decorations and Bobby Griggs' orchestra played. Guests at the dance were Lieut, and Mrs. Walter A. Carlson of Denver, Colo., who are visiting at the home of Lieutenant Carlson's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Carlson. 1 : .;. School Work Is Displayed by Ghildren Washington-Monroe P. T. A. Has Program at Meeting. Pupils of the Monroe-Washington P." T. A. gave the program at the meeting of the P. T. A. Thursday afternoon at the Monroe school. Forty-seven first grade pupils who comprise the rhythm band played "Amaryllis" and "Le Secret" lee! by Theo Marie Pickford and accompanied by Mrs. Stoner. They were dressed in white with red and yellow hats and capes and they played drums, tambourines, triangles, xylophones, cymbals, be!Js bird whistles and horns. Mrs. Herbert Winter, the president, appointed Mrs. R. E. Brisbine, Mrs. George Gitz and Mrs. A. B. De Voe on the nominating committee. *trs. A r t h u r Brogue reported on the district P. T. A. meeting held in Mason City. Mrs. Jay Lorena reported on the P. T. A. council meeting. The domestic science classes under the direction of Miss Sarah Schuler hat} charge of the remainder oE the program. Miss Jean Curtis gave a talk on "The Importance oC Breakf asL". Her l talk; was'-- followed by a demonstration of the preparation of a proper breakfast for a school child. Dorothy Gitz set the table, Phyllis Rogers made the muffins and Jessio Ann Charlesworth cooked a cereal Mary Snook talked on "Fruits for Breakfast" and prepared an orange and Irene Netzel poached eggs. A one act play, "Donuts for Breakfast" was presented by Harriet Currie, Doris Harding, Jean Barclay and Audrey Repp. Barbara Clough gave a talk on sewing and several girla showed bags, aprons and holders which they had made in class. Pajamas wera modeled by four girls who explained the occasions on which they mav be worn. The eighth grade cooking class prepared and served refreshments. - " .;. CUPID IN CAPITOL RUTH FESLER, for several years, secretary to Mrs. Herbert Hoover, wife of the president, plans to be married in May to Robert Lockwood Lipman, San Francisco lawyer. The wedding will take place at the home of Miss Fesler's sister at Ann-Arbor, Mich. Grandparents Entertained With Program Pupils Present Musical Numbers, Operetta at Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Decker and daughter, Barbara, 112 Ninth street northeast, will spend the week-end In Fort Dodge where they will be guests in the home of Mrs. Decker's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lawson. Social Calendar SATURDAY Pansy Junior Woodman circle-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. R. N. A. Juveniles-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. r, Infant Daughter Dies;' Private Rites'Saturday ·Jean Crabb, three months old daughter of Edwin F. Crabb, 1629 Washington avenue northwest, died Thursday night from spinal meningitis. A short private prayer service will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the McAuley funeral home with the Rev. Jewel Fickett, pastor of the Baptist church, in charge. Burial will be at owaledale. A twin sister, Joan died March 29. ' MISS LOUISE M'ACKETT HONORED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mackett, 40?. first street southwest, entertained at a surprise birthday dinner Thurs- da y evening at their home in honor sir. t'f Ma ^ ett ' s slster - Miss Louise MacketL Red roses centered the table. CEE DEE BRIDGE' MEMBERS MEET Members of the Gee Dee Bridge £r «,?,', Thursda y afternoon with Mrs. Will Cross, 502 Fifth street southeast Mrs. Charles Craven and Mrs. Oscar Anderson won high score prizes. Mrs. Oscar McEldoon and Mrs. Fay Walters were guests. LUCKY EIGHT BRIDGE CLUB HOLDS MEETING Mrs. H. C. Determan. 318 Polk avenue southwest, entertained the Lucky Eight bridge club Thursday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Tom Brophy won guest prize and Mrs. G. I. Wood and Mrs. Marx Birdsel! club prizes. UNDERKOFLER-LESLIE. BANCROFT, April 10.--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rccker and son returned from Litchfield, 111., Wednesday where they attended the wedding of G. S. TJnderkofler and Mary Leslie. For the past two years the bride who is a nurse, was employed by a physician In Litchfield. She Is the daughter of Mrs. W. B. Leslie of this city. The bridegroom for many years owned and managed a drug store in this city and is now a salesman for the Boy company They will live here. Thirty-five grandparents were guests at the meeting of the Harding P. T. A. Thursday afternoon at the school when a program was giv- enby the pupils. Glare Bemiss played several violin solos accompanied by Mrs. Sanders. .Dick Grow played two piano solos and an operetta, "Peter Rabbit," was staged by the kindergarten pupils. Theresa McFarland played three piano selections. Mrs. C. L. Marston 'gave a short talk and Mrs. W. Vasbindbr t;fave a report of \ the district convention. It ,was; announced that the Child Study circle meeting has been postponed until April 21. The nominating commitlefl was named to include Mrs. Earl McGowan, Mrs. Emery Ludwij?, Mrs. L. R. Probert and Miss Mabel Decker. It was voted to buy a lantern for the school. The teachers served refreshments at the close of Ihe meeting. TUSALATAR HEAR TALK ON HOLLAND Miss Blanche Goudy spoke on Holland at the meeting of the Tusa- latas Thursday evening at the Y. W. C. A. Miss Goudy visited Holland last summer and she described the dress and customs of the people, the Peace palace at the Hague, the picturesque .windmills which are no longer used and the boat trip to and from thes, United States. MRS. BERTHA PATCHEN HOSTESS TO HALYCONS · Mrs. Bertha Patchen entertained the Halycon club at her home. Thursday afternoon at luncheon. Covers were placed for eight and the time was spent informally. CANDLELIGHT CLUB MEETS FOR DINNER Members of the Candlelight club were entertained at dinner Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.'L,. A. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brook were assisting hosts. Covers were placed for 30. Life Saving Tests Given at.Y.W.CA. Edward B s abcock, Miss Ruth Starks Have Charge. Eight girls passed the Junior Red Cross official Jife saving test given Thursday afternoon in the Y. W. C. A. pool by Edward, Babcock, examiner for the Cerro Gordo county chapter and Miss Ruth Starks. They have been Instructed by Miss Starks, Y. W. C. A. physical education director. Those who passed the junior test for the first time were Darlene Williamson, Arlene Madijjan, Elizabeth Perry, Mildred Hines, Gwendolyn Meade, Milly Lukes, Lillian Bonn andj Gertrude Towne. The test was also repassed by Ann Adel Johnson who took her first test last year. One Senior Passes. The senior Red Cross test was passed by Eleanor Prescott who passed her junior test several years ago at a chapter life-saving Institute at Clear Lake. The junior girls were required to. disrobe in deep water and swim 100 yards; release double wrist grip twice; release front strangle hold; release back strangle hold; surface dive recovering a 10 pound object three tmes; head, cross-chest, and hair' carry each with 30 foot approach and 30 foot swim; tired swimmer's carry; and I 1 /TM minute demonstration of artificial respiration. They were immediately awarded their pins to wear on their street clothes and their Red Cross emblem to be worn on their swimming suits. Their card of admission to the Life-Saving service of the American Red Cross will be sent a little later from the midwest branih headquarters at St. Louis. Bliss Sucher Present. Miss Mabel Sucher, chairman of health and recreatiou on the Y. W. C. A. board and holding a Red Cross card in first-aid, was a spectator. The chapter was represented by its secretary. Miss Agnes Helbig. 'Another group of junior and senior girls will be offered their Red Cross tests in the n^ar future in preparation for the out-door swimming season at Cleii Lake. Union Young People .Meet to Elect New Officers at Church More than . 60 I members of the Union "Young People's society met Thursday evening at the First Presbyterian church for their monthly meeting. The newly elected officers are: President, Ruby Johannsen. First Baptist church; vice president, Thayer Currie; First Presbyterian church; secretary, Myrtle Cardey, First Methodist church; treasurer, George Atkinson, Church of Christ; social chaiman, Gladys Winchell, Grace Evangelical charch; refreshment chairman, James Stinehart, First Congregational church. Devotions were led by Miss Fischbeck and Miss Corrine Kidder was in charge of the social hour. This society is sponsored by the above named six churches and its meet-, ings are open to all young people of the city regardless of chiircn if/ili- ations. The next meeting will/ be held May 14 at the First Baptist church. ATHENIAN CLTJR HEARS OF PANAMA Mrs. John Gallager spoke on' her recent trip to Panama at the meeting of the Athenian club Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. M. Barragy, 212 Fourth street northwest. --*-N. D. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS tN AFTERNOON Mrs. Alice Brough, 904 West State street, entertained the N. D. Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs. Ella Boomhower. just try Kellogg's Corn Flakes if you want to make the children's appetites stir I Crisp flakes of healthful corn, full of flavor--they are simply re at CORIV F L A K E S * IfeUelotu with mUk or cream-- fmittor honey far variety Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Invited. By MRS. E. E. HUNTER---Admirable (ad-mi-ra-bl) is : another of those words which bothers us because the accent shifts when the suffix is added. The accent is on the first syllable. The I is short as in miracle. MARRIAGES ARE HELD AT UTTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA, April 10.--Marriages at the Little Brown church performed by the Rev. William Kent, 95 Present at Dinner : Bridge Held by Masonic Social-Club.at Hall Ninety-five were present at the Masonic Social club dinner at St. John's parish h'all Thursday evening. Bridge and 500 followed the.dinner with prizes going to Mrs. Earl Kehm for bridge and Mrs. Joe Fiala, for 500. The next meeting will be held May 14 with Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Jones, Mr. and iirs. Adam Gilpin, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Martinson and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Topliff in charge. pastor, Include those of Miss Elizabeth Brown and Ellis D. Eicher, both of Manson, and Miss Valesca Schrader and · William Flanscha, both of Sumner. Quality For I^ess Money Since 1920 to of£er the best " Et y' e and the greatest hat values every day of the year. A NEW BONNET from our H A T S H O P MEANS YOU ARE GETTING THE UTMOST IN STYLE AJS r l VALUE 300 New Spring Hats For Saturday $5.00 **? A Ten $9 95 New Bandeaux Hats . . .Belting Ribbon^ats . . . New '-Ha.los..., *,.;; New Twisted Hairs*. . New Tweed Straws... New Bakus ... Panamalques By far the smartest array of new Spring Hats ever shown. Because the shapes are smart and the materials fine--and because the price barely makes a dent in your allowance. Colors are prettier than shown in many a season, such as Guardsman Blue, Sea Sand, Talisman Red, Sky Grey. Chucker Green, Gascon Blue, Singalee and loads of blacks. YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY // you want to get in on the Musical Instrument BARGAINS They're Going: Fast But There Are Some Good Buys Left. EXTRA SPECIAL Any Guitar in the house values to $35.00 $7 Buy Now! Never A Chance Like This Again! I USED PIANOS Your choice-values to $125 CRAWFORD MUSIC CO. 228 So. Federal Ave, EVENINGS Phone 484

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