Mason City Globe Gazette, July 13, 1929, Page 6

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 13, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASONCIITGLpBEGAZETTE 1 lr a 1 1 Jj TTTTV19HM ino DATESJJET FORPROGRAM OF LOCAL CIVIC MUSIC SEASON Mary McCotmic Noted Artist to Open Series Pianist and Quartet Also Scheduled to Appear in Repertoire Dates for the three musical num bers of the Civic Music association have been chosen and definite ar rangements made to bring world prominent artists to the city this season Nov 25 Jan 20 andFeb 17 have been set as the datesfor the three numbers of the musical series On Nov 25 Miss Mary McCormic who is recognized the world over as an outstanding soprano will open the civic music season Per haps there has been no American artist in the last decade who hag received the distinction and praise accorded Mary McCorraic grand opera star It was in 1021 that Misa JlcCormic a mere student in the Northwestern University School of Music was discovered by Mary Garden in the auditions for operatic aspirants Having made a phenom enal success in her first season with the Chicago company Mary Mc Cormic went to Europe where she was Immediately engaged by the National Opera of Paris Artist Has Personality in summing up Mary McCormic one can do no better than quote from the critique of Edward Moore music critic of the Chicago Tribune on the occasion of Miss McCormics debut as Micaela in Carmen Miss McCormic seems to be in possession of qualities that in genues would like to have but have not She Is1 a distinct ornament to the scenic equipment of the stage she has a voice with an exceedingly lovely quality to it and she has the intangible but very real asset called personality January 2p is the date set for the appearance of Jose Echaniz Latin having been born in Havana Cuba of SpanishFrenchItalian an cestry All his musical Instruction was received from Latins Boston critics have said of young man has a brilliant technique More to the purpose he has temper ament that makes technique inter esting Quartet Scheduled to Sing The International Singers quartet s scheduled to appear on the civic inusicprogram Feb 17 This quar tet including Victor Edmunds first tenor George Rasely second tenor Erwyn Mutch baritone and James Davies basso present a distinctive ptdgram with selections ranging from the severest classics thru old Former Local Man Gives Dinner for 23 Friends at Colonial R H Thomas former manager of the Standard Ol division in Ma son City Friday night entertained 23 personal friends and men of the Standard Oil company at a dinner given at the Colonial The dinner was given especially for Mr Thom as friends who have helped him in troduce his new book Merchan dising of Petroleum which he wrote soon after he left tha company here and which lias recently been put on the market Following the dinner bridge was played with P I Adcock winning the first prize a box of cigars and A W Otto receiving second prize Out of town guests at the dinner were B S Swisher of Waterloo and C F Stevens of Clarion Mr Thomas is now living m Ontario Cal and a spending a month in Mason City on personal business MARY McCORMIC Social Calendar for Next Week folk songs s to modern Negro spirit Members of the talent committee wish It to be an nounced that no one will receive his membership card entitling him to attend the programs until two weeks before the first number of the series Members of the com mittee who have chosen the talent for this year Include Mrs J E Hynds Mrs Agnes Sims W S Wil cox Dr C E Franchere and H B Heeler PRORAHMSTOCK ARMSTRONG July nouncement has been received by friends of Arnold Rahmstock of his marriage to Misa Ruby Pro of Chi cago 111 Mr Rahmstock was fr merly of Armstrong going to CUi cago about five years ago where he has been employed in the Drake ho tel The couple will make their home Chicago DR W O MAUCH DENTIST Weir Bldg Phone 872 TUESDAY A Y R club Will meet for picnic dinner Host ess Mrs A C TJhrich 1626 North Federal avenue Oweso Will meet with Mrs Benjamin E Hynds 1320 North Jefferson ave nue WEDNESDAY First Presbyterian church mission ary society Will meet in church parlors Sub ject The Philippines Leader Miss Lydia Beck Host esses Mrs W L Richardson and Mrs J E Mettler Freeman Ladies Aid Will meet at the home of Mrs Lee Mensch at Manly Lincoln Circle of the Trinity Luth Helping the Homemaker By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE Brittle Sundae For Dessert DINNER MENU Roll Creamed Potatoes Buttered Peas Hot Rolls Red Raspberry Preserves Cucumber Relish Salad Peanut Brittle Sundae Yellow Drop Cakes Coffee eran Will meet for East park picnic supper at Calvary Home Missionary Will meet with Mrs E H Sim kins 505 Second street northeast Olivet Missionary society Will meet with Mrs Rauben Wiley 225 Seventr street north 6BSC Immaculate Will give a lawn party at St Joseph parish Musical entertainment THURSDAY Grant Wii meet with Mrs Madson 117 fcouth Jefferson avenue at 230 o clock utlier League of Immanuel Luth ran Will meet at the church at 8 o cock Committee Johanna Olson f nes Olson Albin Olson W C T tl FRIDAY First Presbyterian church Ice cream social onchurch lawn under direction of Mrs J B Woolridges division of the Aid Serving from 7 oclock until in oclock Pleasant Ridge club Will meet with Mr and Mrs Her man Diercks southeast of city Dr V A Farrell M B A BUILblNG General Medicine Infant feeding and Diseases of Children PERFECT Permanent Wave ANY STYLE In comfort No pulling no burning Come to an exclusive HOME SALON Hundreds of satis fied customers recommend us to their friends We specialize in scalp treat ment BEAUTY SALON 9 Ninth Jf E Ph1B25J h Mrs C S Rankin 9on street northeast at o clock Thursday Bridge club Will meet at the Country club for 1 o clock luncheon Mrs r T oclock luncheon Carrick hostess Mrs C SATURDAY Junior Mission Band of Lutheran Will meet with Margaret Larson h DRUM CORPS Vo PICNIC SUNDAY will be Of S Drum and Bugle corps held Sunday at Nora ay a ora Springs Members of the corps and their families will meet at tte ar oclock Sunday morn The committee on ments headed by Dr T A NetUe ton are arranging a program of races and stunts that will be eu joyed by the entire family Members or the corps will also practice drila preparatory to fillingthe numerous engagements scheduled RUTH IRONS ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE LUNCHEON i Miss Irons entertained 25 guests at a bridge luncheon held at the Outing club Friday noon Guests of honor were Dorothy Herrick of Cherokee Mrs W B Carward of Centura Cal and Mrs Curtis H Goodenow of Monrovia Cal Six tables of bridge were played with Mrs Freedrick Olson winning the prize a wedgewood powder Honor guests were presented with dainty rllnen handkercriefs Othe out of town guests were Mrs Les ter Dibble of Lincoln Nebr and Mfss Mary Klemmer of Faribault Minn MarriRjjo License Marriage license was granted Friday to Helen Rcna and Clair G Davis both of Mason City Veal Roll serving six 1 pound veal steak cut Vinch thick 2 cups bread broken into small pieces 2 tablespoons chopped onions 1 tablespoon chopped green pepper 2 tablespoonschopped par sley teaspoon salt teaspoon paprika 4 tablespoons butter melt ed 1 egg Vi cup f6ur cup water Vt teaspoon salt Wipe off the steak with a damp cloth and spread with a dressing made from the bread onions green pepper parsley y teaspoon salt paprika butter and egg Roll up and tie with a white cord Place in a small roaster and sprinkle with the flour and salt Add the water and a lid Cover and bake in a moderate oven for 1 hour Baste frequently Remove from the pan Cut off the cord and serve on a platter Garnish with parsley Cucumber KeJish Salad 6 pieces lettuce 2 cups sliced chilled cucumbers cup sweet pic kle relish cup chopped pimento stuffftd olives 2 tablespoons chili sauce 13 cup French dtessing Mix and caill the French dressing1 pickle and chili sauce Serve on the cucumbers which lave been placed on the lettuce Brittle Sundae serving sli 1 quart vanilla ice cream 14 pound broken peanut brittle Crush or break the brittle into smaJl pieces arid serve on top the cream in sherbet glasses Serve at once Corn if allowed to stand in water after it is cooked will become watersoaked and tasteless V W C A SPONSORS WATER DEMONSTRATION The Y W C A Friday night sponsored a life savmg and swim ming demonstration in which div ing various strokes and methods of life saving were demonstrated The demonstration started with a plunge by all the girls taking part and was followed by a swimming lesson demonstration showing the routine of learning to swim The side stroke back stroke double over arm craw and trudgen crawl were demonstrated Vera Holman and Margaret Hedges next did several water stunts including water bicycle rid ing The tortoise roll and log roll were demonstrated and Mary Clark Margaret Hedges and Annabel SMART COTTON FROCKS GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERNS 1731153 1734 may be obtained only in sizes 16 IS 20 34 36 38 40 and 42 Pattern 1537 may be obtained only in sizes 2 4 6 and 8 Both frocks use pique linen gingham or percale printed or plain color Patterns are 15 cents each Be sure to write plainly name address style numberand size oio and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West 17th Street New York City WITH THE WOMEN OF TODAY Left to right Mm Adelaide Hener Smith Mrsl Marv E Smith Gardner Wiima Gardner By LILIAN CAMPBELL With the exception of the color of her hair Wilma Gardner of Cleve land ts following the family tradition She is the first member of her family in 100 years to have red hair Miss Gardner has finished her first year of teacher training at the School of Education of Western Reserve university Cleveland Her mother Mrs Mary Elizabath Smith Gardner her grandmother Mrs Adelaide Hener Smith six grsat uncles six aunts and tan cousins have all followed the teaching profession They are teachers of anythingand Miss Gardner says from having charge of the entire eight grades of district school to a great uncle who Is a college professor and a cousin who is a football coach When my grandmother began teaching her salary was a month my mother started at S40 I think ft is up to me to get at least SSO Johnson did the backtwist dives swan jack anO The next event was a lifesaving demonstration showing breaks car ries surface diving and methods of removing drowning persons from the water Mary Clark and Annabel Johnson demonstrated stunts with thair feet tied together The let ters Y W and L S were by the girls in the water and as the last event follow the leader was AT THE HOSPITALS played part all demonstrators taking 6 This water demonstration closed the season of the Y W C A pool CENTRAL HEIGHTS GIVES COMMUNITY PROGRAM The Central Heights Community Itib sponsored a free program Fri day evening at the Central Heights school An unusually large number attended the program which was considered exceptionally good The frade school band under the direc tion of W A Storer played several selections and Dr T E Davidson sang a solo Mr and Mrs A H Runcie sang a group of songs ac companied by their daughter Dor othy C K Ktnney several imper icnations one of hlsbest being Dr CiHums Maid Dorothy Runcie en ertained with a piano solo T ymuu iiuiu aUQ Winifred Dreher gave several read ngs Mrs John MeQuattfrs of played an accordion solo ctnuiMIUU and Arlene Cummlngs danced Mrs Annis Johnson and infant son 1316 South Delaware avenue left the Story hospital Friday Phillip Dominey Goodell submit ted to a minor operation at the Mercy hospital Friday Amanda Myll Kensett under went a minor operation at the Mer cy hospital Friday Dr and Mrs P J HIrshman 519 Sixth street southeast are the par ents of a girl weighing pounds born Friday at the Park hospital Mrs A J Marshall 324 Seventh street northwest submitted to a minor operation at the Park hos pital Friday Mrs Mary Siesseger Tama was admitted to the Park hospital Fri day for treatment W N ORourke Nora Springs was admitted to the hospital Friday for trealsient C T Stanley Manly left the Mercy hospital Friday after recov ery from a major operation Irene Whirry Emmetsburg wns admitted to the Park hospital Fri day for treatment Zrostlik Britt submitted to a minor operation at the Mercy hospital Saturday Hans Sorenson R F D left the Park hospital where he has been for treatment Mrs Dean Glanville and infant 9etral Heights left th Park hospital Friday Mary and Joseph Hoyt 904 North Van Buren avenue left the Mercy hospital Friday after minor opera Helen Mary Joan and Jean Fleming 503 South Pennsyl lett Mercy hos vfna 2venue tions y Osar Nora springs left the Mercy hosnltaj Saturday after a minor operation I f WpnitttlUJJ Siver Rddberg Hanlontown left e Park hospital Friday where be ts been for treatment t home George Harris returned with I Im SPEEDER FORFEITS GUESTS OF PARENTS A arrt Mrs j Earl Warren forfeited a bond of J ChnsHansqr Or Redwood Falls 55 by failingto appear in nolicr Minn ai0 suests or Mra Christiancourt Saturday mornlne to anWer rsnj parents Mr and Mr Thomas to a charge of1speeding lTT CANNING CJLTJB PLANS PROGRAM The A B C 4H Canning club of Owen tnwnshio met at the home of Miss Mvrie Frenz Wednesday afternoon Plans for achievement day were made and girls were se lected for canninrr demonstrations Members of the club will entertain at the July Farm Bureau meeting st the John L Curran borne AUTO STRIKES HORSE The Ford sedan belonging to Ben Sorenson Algonaf was badly dam aged Friday afternoon when It struck and killed a horse on the Clear Lake road Sorenaon was un injured altho the windshield was broken and the body of the car bad ly smashed Minnesota County Will Open Great Work Farm DULUTH July 13 Louis countys New York farm soon will be open for business The boaru of county commissioners recently purchased 2111 acres of land for following the sale of the present work farm site to the city of Duluth for 570000 to be used as a municipal airport The two swan at Memor ial Park are very much at home now They enjoy the beautiful little lake and sel dom leave it very far Drive out Sunday and no tice the Improvements that have been made in the past few weeks You will jjet a better idea of the beautiful resting place the park is de veloping into All cemeteries ara adopt ing the Park Plan because it Is sensible OFFICE ROOM 435 M B A BUiLDINfJ f i Mickeys Announce Daughters Betrothal at Bridge Luncheon a1 Qclocfc luncheon served it their home 504 North Jefferson ave nue Mr and Mrs W R Mickey au aPProaching marriage of their daughter Martha Marie to John Weston Dibble son of the Rev and Mrs W L Dibble of Ma son City A very beautiful color scheme of orchid and pink was car ried out in both floral and table decorations Following the luncheon six tables of bridge were played Miss Mickey was born and edu cated in Mason City schools receiv ing her B A degree at the Univer sity of Iowa where she was affili ated with the Pi Beta Phi sorority Mr Dibble an alumnus of the University of Nebraska is a mem ber of the Sigma Chi fraternity and local manager of the Shell Petrol eum corporation Out of town guests at the lun cheon were Mrs Wayne B Caward of Ventura Cal Mrs Curtis H Goodenow of Monrovia Cal Mrs Lester Dibble of Lincoln Nebr Miss Mary Klemmer of Faribault Minn Miss Greta Gill of Virginia 111 Miss Dorothy Herrick of Cherokee Mrs Volney Hanson of Cherokee and Miss Helen Wilkinson of Win terset B P W Convention Pledges for Club House Erection Friday afternoon in less than or hour business and professional wo men in session of the B p W con vention at Mackinac Island pledgee more than for foundation or the erection of a new club house at national headquarters Washington D C Pledges included one individ ual gift of 51000 Newly elected officers of the con vention are Marion McClench of Detroit president Gelene Bowman of Richmond Va vice president Daisy Leake of Temple Tex re cording secretary Erlene White of Jackson Miss corresponding secre tary Helen Schluraff of Erie Pa treasurer Richmond Va has been chosen as the meeting place of the next convention MERKELS FORCE HAS PICNIC AT LAKE persons attended the picnic for the force of Merkels store held at Wayside Inn Friday night Following the dinner a pro gram of singing was presented Ruth Barkley singing a solo and A C Ellis and Mrs Lillian Whitfield singing a duet Ora Phiele played the piano E W Funkey and fam ily from the Killian store of Cedar Rapids were guests at the picnic Wife Preservers 1XUJ A piece of waxed paper covered over the cake thru which the can dle holders are stuck will protect the frosting from the dripping can dle wax HEDGESAUGTJSTED Announcement hag been received here of the marriage of Miss Mae Hedges and Gustave Augusted both of Mason City which took place at the Methodist parsonage in Buffalo Center Monday July S After a wed ding trip to South Dakota the couple Will make their home at 938 Second street Mr Augusted is employed as a butcher here ALL GIRL RESERVES TO HIKE TUESDAY An allgirl reserve hike and pic nic will be held Tuesday The girls will meet at the Y W C A at 10 oclock and each girl is asked to bring her own lunch Talks to be given at the picnic have been pre pared by several members of the organization on birds flowers and trees Its unhealthy to suppress a laugh according to a Chicago doctor Some times ita not so healthy to City Press J COURtESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE EPRESENT1NG own lij J 3 rashiortsTlAe apparel and accessories shown by ihegreatesl cauiurteres of Paris are quickly included in our priced populardemand 4 COATS DRESSES HATS AND ACCESSORIES At July Clearance Prices 1 it Mow presenting six ALLSTEEL STILL STANDARDS OF EFFICIENCY Installed Complete as Low as Youll like the General Electrics sim plicity of design also its extraordinary spaciousness and quiet manner of oper ation The permanently oiled hermetically sealed mechanism is located On The Top out of the way There are no drain pipes belts or fans in fact nothing which requires attention It will be a pleasure to show you 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