Friday, February 15, 1929

Mason City Globe Gazette

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY FEB 15 C L Woman Obtained for Literary Talk The Forsythe Saga by John Galsworthy to Be Discussed ONCE more the members of the book review department of the Womans club will hear Mrs D H Campbell Clear Lake present a book review This time MrsCampbell will review John Galsworthys The Persy the Saga at the T W C A i Wednesday noon Feb SO following the luncheon at oclock it was announced by the chairman of the department Mrs D H Fltzpatrick Mrs Campbell who I3 a familiar fleuro in the work of this department is said o be one of the moat charm ing speakers obtainable among ffie book reviewers and her review la greatly anticipated The Forsyte Saga is identified with tho Swan Song which Is among the best sellers of today Americanism Laboring to get rhh so youcan enjoy life dying rich with out having haa time to enjoy any Slate Journal FRIDAY FEE 15 I92w 1 D Dmn I CLIMBS 20000 FEET Harftline Professor Will DELTA ALPHAS ToVi J d fnv Hnm AMMHAr JVAC 11 1 d Jl e HARMONY IN STRIPES mason tity Woman Is j i plays AS Y Charge of sfcrteJ is is a hardwater country SOAP and hard The i Climbing to an altitude above 20000 feet in an effort to better tho 20270 foot womans altitude record Miss Marvel 25 former Alaskan mail pilot attempted to break tho feminine worlds record for height at Santa Monica Cal Meeting Open to Public Be Held at 3 OClock Saturday H LBRO1 ARNOLD professor of English literature at Hamllno university St Paul will give one of his current lectures Broadway Tlays of Today before tha Womens club at the T W C A at 3 oclock Saturday This meeting Is open to the public and Is free Doctor Arnold makes ft trip to New York every jear at the holiday sea son ana for two weeks spends his time attending all plays running at that timo After acting as an exchange pro lessor at Columbia university Doctor I Arnold returnsto his duties at Ham line and gives lectures In cities of the northwest on the current Broadway offerings Audiences In cities where Doctor Arnold has lectured in previous sea sons look forward with eagerness to the informal talks which he sires As most people In western cities are limited in time when they go to New York It is a problem to know which plays to attend Doctor Arnolds dls criminating Judgment of drama and his longexperience make It possible for him to recommend the plays to his audiences In a deligh fully critical manner hetells what good ana what Is not so good The drama department of the Worn ens club bag sponsored Doctor Am olds lectures here the past two year md Mason City audiences have alwaj been delighted with his presentation or the stage DR LEROY ARNOLD i onc in t at your grocers Rw 10 cents Canton Ohio Manufacturers of SaniFlusli NOTICE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY MEMBERS Your 1923 dues are NOW due fleasa assist the membership committee by mailing your L to Mrs L KJine 943 Nortli Pennsylvania Ave DO IT TODAY Drama department Womans club Address by Dr LeRoy Arnold on Broadway Plays of Today at the T W C A at oclock Immanuel Lutheran Junior Mission ban 7 Meeting and supper in honor ot par cntti ot 6 oclock nt church TrrnitjLutheran Girls club Will meet at 2 oclock at church Hostesses Mario and Esther Jensen Bromiingclub Hostess Mrs James Hae at T W C A Dinner at S oclock in Paracelsus Historical Paracelsus and Paracelsus Mrs W D Thrams Our Saviours Lutheran GWs Meets at church at 2 p m Hostesses Misses Hoverstein Physician Talks on Safety to Harding P T A Group FAREWELL PARTY FOR ENNEY EMPLOYE Tho associates of the J C Penne company gave n farewelldinner partj t the store Thursday evening in lonor ot Mr and Mrs Cecil Markland who leave soon for their new location at Ccllna Ohio where Mr Mark lam accepted tho position ns assistant manager of the Penney company store After the dinner at which time a gift was presented to Mr Mark land the evening was spent In stunts games and dancing I Parh staff talked on the safety pro at the Harding P T A meet ing Thursday displaying posters II lustrative of his talk and F T Vasey superintendent of schools urged fur ther cooperation of the parents for the summer roundup The musical program consisted ot selections by the Girls Saxophone band and community singing CLARION Feb metns have been received in Clarion of the marriage of Miss Kathleen Cal houn oE Franldin IIlto Glenn Hot man on Tuesday the ceremony bell performedby the pastor of the Grac M E church at Franklin in thc prc ence of only the immediate families c the young couple Mrs Hoffman ha always lived in Franklin and is graduate ot the high school at tha place ana of the University ot lilinoi she received her degree in 192 erary society Mr Hoffman Is a to mer Clarion boy and 13 well known 1 this community and is the eon o Mrs J J Hoffman who is now visit ing In Clarion He is a graduate c tho University of Illinois with tli class of J02S ana member of the Delta Theta Pi fraternity Mr Hoff an Is manager and owner of tho Pe tin Oil company at Pekin III where he young couple will make Its future lome BnoTHERSRUCH EMMBTSBURG Feb Gal Brothers daughter of Mr and Mrs F Q Brothers of Emmetsburg and Ora of Lake Crystal Minn were married Thursday at little church near Nashua Mrs Ruch la a graduate of the Em metebunr high school She has taught in the schools In the county and for tne past year has been employed In the Bmmetsbursr telephone office The bridegroom has lived with his parent on a farm near Lake Crystal Tictrola Orthophonictype 8onndbox handsome albums Radiola 18 speaker cabinet All for Come in Model ctrola with Radiola nccessary In the south The jury can seo the fellows StarCourirr Pay a on a Seney Iowa League of Women Voters to Hold March Convention at Davenport Delegates from all parts of Ion a will attend the convention of the Iowa League of Women Voters to bo held at Davenport March 26 27 28 in the gold room of the Blackhawk hotel The program for the meeting will IB outlined and discussed at a mcet ng of the executive board of the state eague to be held Saturday Feb 1G in Iowa City Beard members who pJan o attend aca Mrs G W Martin state president Mrs Walter Lochwing sec etary Mrs Philip Jeans treasurer Miss Ruth Gallahcr chairman legal tatus of women committee Mis lay Pardee Youtz chairman women n industry committee and Mrs rank A Stromsten chairman child elfato committee Mrs John it arkes Minneapolis regional secrc of the league also will bo prcs nt Mrs w L Taylor president of thc Davenport League ot Women Vot ers has hecn nctlvo In making ar rangements for tho convention ud during her absence in California plains are going forward under tho leader ship of Mrs Estcllc Disbrow and Mrs Raymond O Schmidt tho latter third vice president of the stato orgun DELTA ALPHAS HOLD ANNUAL AFFAIR AT Y The annual banquet of the Delta Alpha class took place at the y W C A Thursday evening when a oclock dinner was served to 74 mem bers and guests Mtss Ethel Roberts and Miss Mildred Jackson had charge of the decorations which were very novel and clever The program a Delta Alpha Valen ine was as follows Cardboard Mlsa Goudy Hearts Darts and posies Mrs H Sarker Paste Mrs P L Hudson Trills Misses Marjorie Smith Geor gia Davenport and Miriam Marston Drills Mrs C E Burrets Mrs H W cevers Mrs Moss Jaeger and Mrs Paul MacGregor In a little play en titled Good Gracious Grandma Between the acts o this play Mrs W T Bennett Bang a group of songs At the meeting oE the class in janu Men Take Charge of Assemblage Garfield Breese Presides a Annual Meeting of Lin coln P T A HE MEN of tha Lincoln P T A were in charge of the meeting Thursday evening at the schoo auditorium This is an annual affair and the eptire program including re freshments is presented by tho men Oarfield Breesa was appointed by the president to tako charge or the program the musical part of which waa in the hands of Edson Cornell who led the community singing Pred Shaffer who presented accordion numbers John Welch who sang two solos and the Lincoln boys glee club which gave three numbers A fire talk was tho contribution of Fire Chief Dan Shire this followed by moving pictures on fire prevention with Frank C Bonner in charge Re freshmenta were served by the m5n whose committee consisted of IJr j H E Fessler R A Ludo nian and Garflcjd Breeio Wright County Issues Marriage Licenses to 11 Couples in January CLARION Feb county marriage licenses have been issurd during llio past month to Purcel Pulver ana Helen Purdle both o Boone Herman Kassobauni of Bel mona and fsm Williams of DowsA H Maxson and Freda Maxson 0 Eagle Grove Raymond Hardy Of Bel U T J Leta Wolford of Lone Happy Hour Club Is Franklin and Doris ri j Cinderson of RowanHoward Screen at rJoyd j lorralne Brown of Eagle ary each member drew a name which had been Inserted in a capsule this person to be a capsule friend until the day of the banquet During this time many notes gifts and kindnesses were exchanged between the capsule rriends but their identity was not to e disclosed until the night ot the lannuet A great many Interesting ex Jerlences were told of mysterious lockages received during this time at he close of which Mrs H H Wag ner In the of a postman ap peared with letters disclosing thc dentity of the different capsule fiends The mystery connected with tho capsule friends added much to the enjoyment of the evening Mrs J C Amen was toastmistress and at the close of tho program read a letter from Mrs J E Blythe from Mexico City sending greetings to the class FLOYD Feb 15 Uhered at the iioma of Curry Wednesday afternoon and i ganized a social club which will be called Tho Happy Hour club Tho Grove Fred and Enghteen friends Ser of Kanavha Henry Bushbaum Clyde aia Kaiherlnc Hammond of Aredale or Kenneth H Stewart of Blairsburp ana Mollie Wear of Popejoy E H vfuv Jonnson ant Jennie nf club dues will be payable at tho City Selbert Bangs of Radcl ffo and March meeting which convenes at j Mamie Iverson of home of Mrs Dorothy Dudley Tuesday afternoon March 12 GAR FIELD STUDY lames Emma Demaray and Josephine CIRCLE MEETS Dowd will assist as hostesses Mem Mrs H C Johnson 305 South ber must come to these meetings avenue was hostess t wash dresses Every woman is eli gible for membership in this club The officers are President Mrs Dorothy Dudley vice president Mrs Myrtle Knojvlton sceretarytrraiurbr Mrs Hattio Chesnut nvonag LIJ ine mem bers of the Garfield Child Study cle at her home Thursday afternoon Ara Children By MMB LISBETH QOLOU contrast Is high lighted in all the spring fashion showings Harmony of color must prevail how ever no Joning notes of discord A clover harmony ot stripes is shown in tho design of this smart and practical little frock A scarf starts at tho collar and rounds the back neckline There is a small handkerchief pocket and a belt completes the cos tume Mason City Woman Is Speaker at Hampton 1 Womans Club Meeting HAMPTON Feb members and guests of the Hamptom Womans club attended a meeting the library club rooms Wednesday I afternoon when Mrs Raymond ton of Mason City spoko on Poetry baaed upon the book The Winge Horse Mrs G II Roberts talks n memory of a deceased Mrs Rex Manatt and asked to feed tha wild birds as a memorial to Mrs Manatt The committee In charge ot refresh ments were Mrs H H Uhlenhopp irs D L Stonebraker Mrs J s Rule and Mrs Ed Scantlebury IB AND ants WARDEN ENTERTAIN CHILDREN Mr and Mrs C C Warden enter alned the children of the vocational oom ot tho Grant school of which Has Gladys Stoner Is teacher at Valentine parl at tho Eadmar Thuns ay afternoon Sheriff G E Cress lowed moving pictures including hose of the ics carnival at Clear Lake A twocourse Valentine lunch on was served at the close ot thd arty Two can say chargs if u oheap as Rapids Gazette North Carolina pays the eeoond largest federal tax Tes but does th collect it from olgaret smokers man who likes the cow more credit than the who StarCourier In making doughnuts1 it is better to KEEP rA T pie by Josephine r Tun I Bacon was led by ization Miss Marguerite Wells Minneapolis regional direotor for the NfiuaTa League of Women Voters and nitre Parkes plan to attend the convention ia Davenport Speakers of national noto will have a prominent part n tho program HELD vr CHRISTIAN CHURCH Between so and CO fiiends and tieni ers of the Young Married Folks class of the Church ot Christ met In the hurch parlors Thursday evening for ho February party a valentine enter alnment Those present onjoyea a basket sup iat oclock which was followed y a varied program Fred ShaCfer a number of accordion solos vhlch were a tremendous hit Snm rrow gave the selection which he fca urcd In tho Elks Minstrel and an rlginni song composed by Mrs a L Mllson wns introduced Tables wero decorated with Vaien ne appointments and Valentines Fere exchanged Games followed the program Thc committee incharge wns head d by Mr and Mrs A M Halsor who ere assisted by Mr and Mrs A C ppestine Mr and Mrs Roy Ferrler lr and Mrs Harold Marsh and llr nd Mrs G L Allison INNER FOR lr1 M CLUli Husbands of tho members ot the W M bridge club were guests at a r clock dinner at tho DamonIeou Tea arden Thursday evening six tables bridge wer layed during the eve TCSALATAS HAVE VALENTINE DINNER Valentino appointments attractively Decorated tha table tha Tusalata dinner TJiursday evening An exper ience social was held ana interesting wero the ways in which each girl i haa earned her dollar A Valentine I bos and games ended the meeting It vns announced that Mrs Harvey Bryant will give a book review at the next club meeting DONLANHRUSKA CRESCO Feb 15Mrs Josephine Donlan of Crosco and Albert J llruska of Decorali were married Mon day Feb u Uy the Rev Father E J Dougharty nt the Church of the sumption The attendants wore Mr and Mrs Jerry Neibauer brother and siaterinInw of the bride MYSTIC WORKERS CLUB The Mystic Workers Juveniles club will hold a Valentine party at thc CA Saturiay afternoon at 230 o clock Each members has been requested to bring a Valentine Announced that Feb 15WiIIIam ma married Tuesday at Garner by the n Ot Mlsand MrsrGeCorge G Schutjer and Miss Dennis the only daughter of Mr and Clayton G Dennis After a short honeymoon the to hcusekeaplns ii Grade Pupils Present Hygiene Play A hygiene play presented By the fourth grade pupils was the feature or the WoodrowWllsoii p f A which met at the school Thursday afternoon Mrs John Wells sans several solos preceding the review ot tho chapters in tho child guidance book by Mrs Frank Barton A social hour followed the program MRS A B ADAMS GIVES LUNCHEON Mts Harry Odlc Mrs J F Bocye and Mrs A B ArJams whocelebrate their birthdays together each St Val entines day entertained a small num ber of intimate friends at a luncheon at the Adams residence G80 East State street Thursday afternoon in honor of the day Valentine decorations were used IK ROASTING coffee Hills Bros proved that their patented l continuous 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