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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 21, 1934, Mason City, Iowa FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 1934 IOWA CITY VISITOR GIVES TALK TO BUSINESS GIRLS CLUBS Music Club Hears Voice Piano Solos Mrs W L Bennett and Mrs Wallace Allen on Program Matin es Music ale met Tuesday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs Wallace Allen 915 Jefferson avenue north west for a program by Mrs Allen pianist and Mrs W L Bennett vocalist Miss Elizabeth Stevens a guest also appeared on the pro gram which opened with a number by Mrs Bennett accompanied by Mrs Allen Lungi dal Caro Bene by Sevehi Mrs Allen played Fantasie Im promptu by Chopin pud The Swan by Saint Saens Miss Stev ens sang Dawn by Curran and Spirit Flower by Picton and Mrs Allen played Scherzo in B Flat Minor Opus 31 by Chopin Three songs by Schubert were sung by Mrs Bennett Mur wer die Sehnsucht Kennt Faith in Spring and Hidenroslein Mrs Allen played a Schubert composi tion Hark Hark the Lark and Mrs Bennett sang Schuberts Courage and Ave Maria AMANDA SORENSON HOSTESS TO CLUB Amanda Sorenson entertained the M T T club at her home 1014 Delaware avenue northeast Tues day evening Bridge was played Wife Preservers Save the leftover coffee from breakfast and plan to make a cof fee cake or coffee dessert of some kind to use it up with high score prizes going to Miss Rose Schultz and Miss Ann Boschart Refreshments wereserved at tho close of the evening SIRS A W WEED HONORED AT PARTY Mrs A W Weed 109 Monroe avenue southwest was honored at a surprise party on her birthday given by a group of friends Bridge was played with high score prize going to E J Koser and refresh ments were served FRIENDLY CIRCLE MEETS AT P G AND E Friendly circle met Tuesday after noon at the P G and E auditorium when a contest was held between the Ford group and the Nash1 group with the Fords winning Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon IMAGINE AT A OWNER PARTYIWD THINK KER HUSBAND WOULD HATE IT WHEN ITS SO EASY TO AVW DtSHRW HANDS NOWAMC WtTH LUX I KNOW LUX KASNT OF THAT HARHfU ALKALI ORDINARY SOffiS OFTEN VVWT 7TBRY EVEN SENSITIVE AND SO INEXPENSIVE LtDC FOR DISHES COSTS UESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY OPEN HOUSE Any Day 9 A M to 4 P M See for yourself how Iowa State Brand Butter is inspected analyzed and with what scrup ulous care it is printed for your table Iowa State Brand Creameries Inc Association Draws Crowd or Program Vilson School Pay Night Entertainment Staged The largest crowd to attend a Vilson ParentTeacher association rogram was present at the pay ght entertainment Tuesday at the chool The program opened with mualc y the Wilson school orchestra etty Lapiner and Dixie Hunt grave tap dancing number accompanied y Janet Pearce and a trio including on Kunz Roger Downing and Rus ell Hersath sang popular songs The Kleptomaniac a comedy irected by Mrs Bob Stoyles was aged by a cast including Mrs Men Nelson Miss Mildred Keith lisa Celeste Siglin Mrs R B Viley Mrs A C Hagerman Mrs R Whipple and Mrs Aslak Thor on The DoDads orchestra compris ng Fred Shaffer Dr R F Kunz A OGreen F D Pearce F B Vilkinson C A Knouse and B H Vagner played burlesquing a Rus ian orchestra It was voted to contribute 55 to he convention fund for Des Moines and to send a Founders day gifl o the national association Missionary Circle Meets for Program at Church of Chris The Missionary circle of the ihurch of Christ held its February meeting Tuesday evening in the church when a program was pre sented to 120 persons Elsie Mae tforehouse conducted the song serv ce with Mrs Helen Dunn as accom panist Devotions were in charge Vlrs B J Thraves who spoke on Saul Sincere But Mistaken A vocal solo Teach Me Father was sung by Rosemary Watts ac companied by Mrs Thraves Sew ng for the Heathen a play di rected by Mrs A A Height was staged with Mrs B Downing as tfrs Judd the hostess Mrs F DHearn Mrs Chesty president of he society Mrs Earle Sheka Mrs B Powers the stranger Mrs X E Watts deaf Grandma Gibbs vlrs O Engebretson sentimental Jiss Huggins Helen Clawaon Mra Strong the suffragist Mrs Paul Barclay gentle Mrs Meeker Mrs U Tanner Mrs Day a trider Mra L c Schmidt Meely the maid Dorothy OHearn closed the pro gram with a piano solo Miss Rob inson had charge of the business session and George Washington re freshments were served by Ruth Holbrook and Lela Jacobson in co lonial costume MARRLVGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to Earl Demo 19 Greene and June M Haven 18 Lime Springs and to Laverne Nelson 22 and Reva June Zirbel 20 both of Clear Lake EXCEPTIONAL DLVMOND VALUE Carat Blue White Gem Quality Diamonds Are Advancing See These Values Now WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE SMART TAILORED FROCK SHIRTWAIST COLLAR BUTTONED BODICE KICK PLEATS FEATURES OF DRESS FOR GENERAL DAYTIME WEAR CHoSelimtltB fttllta ID Cent Pattern 200 Fit 111 Avenue New fork Vlty By DIANA DAV If you want a conservative dress that is especially smart for school college office or general day wear here3 your pattern Necktie silk in soft brown tones made the original The shirtwaist collar finished with an orange crepe silk tie Similar schemes In crepe Bilk in navy with powder blue tie black with bisque or bright green bright coppery red with red and white print tie etc would be smart Lightweight woolens also make up most attractively in this model Choose ribbed or striped cottons linen and tub Bilk for resort wear Style No 550 is designed for sizes 14 16 18 20 years 36 38 and 40 inches bust Size 16 requires 4 yards of 39inch material with yard of 35inch contrasting The Essence of Fashion AH summed up for you in this ex citing Book of Fall and Winter Fashions and Patterns If you pride yourself on being In the fashion know you cant afford to miss it Youll find the editorials amusing and helpful Sure Cure for the Blues contains valuable tlpa Send for your copy today Price of book 10 cents Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin coin is Wrap coin carefully Do not send to Mason City but address GlobeGazette pattern de partment New York City 550 You are Cordially Invited to Attend The Weekly Kitchen Klinic Another in the series of Cooking and Homemaking Classes being conducted by Helen A Albertus HOME ECONOMIST OF Helen A Albertus g Peoples Gas and Electric P G and E AUDITORIUM I Thursday February p m sss Topics of discussion include Tested recipes New laundry methods Proper use of equipment Short cuts and economies Refrigeration Home problems discussion Demonstrations Question box Bits About Em Social Calendar The Rev and Mrs A W Caul 25 East State street drove to arkersburg Wednesday where rs Caul joined relatives and ac impanied them to Siloam Springs Irk where her brother Is very 111 a Mrs Joe Bloom and son Rich rd Algona an ad Mrs Dave Sing of Wells Minn are houseguegts Mrs Sam Bloom 622 Jefferson venue northwest Mra CC Garden Eadmar hotel as gone to Des Moines for a few ays visit with friends Mrs A R Lenz district instruc or 2 O E 3 will hold a school f instruction at Brltt Thursday and one at Garner on Friday Mrs E W Maves 308 Third reet southeast Is spending sev ral weeks with her sister Mra Guy olsom at Quincy III who is con alescing from an operation Mrs olsom is a former Mason Citlyau e Mrs F R Mahaffey 617 Con ectlcut avenue southeast has re urned Tuesday from Dea Moines here she attended the conference f American Legion auxiliary pres dents and secretaries Mrs Mahaf ey president of the Mason City nit Miss Jessie McCune secretary Vlrs Pearl Tannar and Mrs J J iheldon were at the meeting which was attended by 530 B Sir and Mrs E M Fcrleman 7 Louisiana avenue southeast and liss Beulah Haskln and Emil Reko if Garner have left for Des Moines o attend the automobile show George Sauerberg and J B Fol rom of the North Iowa Motor corn any are in Des Moines for the au omoblle show Tangelo is the name givne to the rults obtained from hybrids be ween the tangerine and pomelo WEDNESDAY L A to B of R oclock Y W C A A M C and B oclock Eagles hall oclock Eagles hall THURSDAY Grace Evangelical Ladles 2 oclock Mrs M J Taylor 1436 Madison avenue northwest Baptist V W A to 7 oclock Baptlat church Washington dinner IdlRs Bridge 1 oclock FordHopkins tearoom Mrs Ray Rorick hostess E T W 1 oclock Mrs L A Lysne 31 Kentucky avenue southeast O N Q Mrs Veno Crawford West Haven Royal oclock Eagles hall initia tion Energetic Church Mrs Grant McGowan Mrs Bert Letts hostesses Tuskabatchee class 1 oclock Mrs Ray Pauley 83 JONQUILS Dozen CINERARIA PLANTS 59c JOHNSTONS FLOWERS Acrati From Fark Flowers Phone 3Z3 10 First St N W River heights Mrs R Web ater Mrs L D Buraham Mrs E Hendrickson Hostesses W M T class 2 oclock Mrs K A Brudevold 812 Monroe avenue northwest Inmnuel Dorcas oclock Mrs Anna Freder ickson Mrs Chris Clemenson Mrs C J Olson hostesses L U G A club Mrs Peter Steil Portland Womens project Mrs Glen McEachran third les son on Trends in Trimmings Athenian Mrs W Martin 930 Madison ave nue northwest current events Mrs L C Perkins Mrs E E Fleming lesson Mrs Clyde De yoe Novel Mrs Frederick J Olson 218 South Crescent drive lesson Mrs Charles Grippen Milwaukee Womens 8 oclock club rooms George Washington party dancing and cards Lime Creek 7 P T School northeast of Mason City play The Kleptomaniac Immanuel Luther 8 oclock Ellen Olive sJid Albln Larson History Mrs H D Page 116 Connecticut avenue southeast lesson Mrs A J Feeney Mrs Morgan Tells Needs in Marriage Social Life Should Be Set Up on New Basis Says Speaker Society should be reorganized BO that the man you marry would not be someone you met by a lucky chance but so that you would have to hide out in order to escape mar riage according to Mrs Mildred Morgan of Iowa City who addressed the business girls clubs of the Y W C A Tuesday evening at the Y Mrs Morgan who is spending a week in Mason City under the spon sorship of the Y M C A and Y C A talked on Relationships Between Men and Women Discuss ing preparations for marriage Mrs Morgan pointed out that a girl should have a knowledge of business because 80 per cent of the buying is done by women The ability to earn her own living Is valuable since it gives a feeling of stability to the marriage relationship Mrs Mor gan said A knowledge of house keeping and a familiarity with so cial courtesies the ability to get on with people you have no interest in ns well as people you like are Im portant Philosophy of life To have a satisfactory life a woman should not only have re sources within herself with which she con be along but should have a philosophy of life to guide the di rection in which she is going Women need an attitude toward sex which s fine and normal They need scientific information and they need the ability to get on with men not only as husbands and lovers but as business associates The sense of embarrassment and the morbid curiosity about sex are the result of the way we have been reared Monogamous Marriage The standards of monogamous marriage are on fire at present but the relationships of monogamous marriage make for a security which is needed Many persons are not grownup enough emotionally to make a success of it Often it foils because we demand too much from it Not alt adjusted persons are married and the unadjusted ones unmarried although a single life presents more difficulties People dont just decide that they wont marry has happened to them to condition them against marriage Society is not set up on the basis of helpng you find a mate Unmarried people are finding the most satisfaction In life when they give their interests to other people It is better to make adjustments to an unmarried life than to make the poor choice of a mate In conclud ing Mrs Morgan said that religion helps a woman to set up her stand ards and provides the dynamic force necessary to drive toward the stand ards MIsa Helen Meyer president Tusalata club presided and intro duced Mrs Morgan Clubs Meet at Dinner Preceding the meeting the T N T and Tusalata clubs held a joint dinner meeting with Miss Liuclle Byerly T N T president in charge Plans were discussed for the pre sentation of a play The Worlds All Right In April Mrs Lottie Blumensteil who had seen the play CENTRAL LUTHER LEAGUERS 1HEET Members of the Central Luther league met Tuesday evening at the church for a program which Includ ed Bolos by Paul Odlaug accom panied by the Rev Walter H Kampen Mr Kampen talked on the meaning of Lent and the remainder of the evening was spent informally Ruth and Paul Thompson served re freshments RAINBOW GIRLS TO MEET ON SATURDAY The Assembly of the Order ol Rainbow sponsored by Unity chap ter No 58 O E S will meet in the Masonic temple at 3 oclock on Sat urday with Miss Mildred VanEvery presiding Dinner will not be served The assembly is composed of girls from 13 to 18 years and the Mason City assembly has 53 members 75 AT WHITE SHRINE DINNER AND BRIDGE Seventyfive attended the White Shrine dinner Tuesday night In the Masonic temple with Mrs C L Meade as chairman Mrs A R Lenz presided at the business meet ing and a social evening followed Chapter of D A R Plans Colonial Tea Program for Thursday The Mason City chapter of the Daughters of the American Revo lution will meet for its annual co lonial tea Thursday afternoon at oclock at the home of Mrs T H Stetler 911 Delaware avenue northeast The committee In charge includes Mrs R B Girton Mrs H E Swar ner and Mrs Clifton Oeschger Mrs H N Jacoby and Miss Dorothy Ran som have arranged a program of music and tap dancing A play Washingtons Ball will be presented by a cast Including Mrs H E Winter Mrs Volney Hansen Mrs FredHeddens Mrs Swarner Mrs R F Gabbert and Mrs Seba Vail with bridge PJans were made to have a ceremonial on March 20 Election of officers will also be held on that night Refreshments will be served after the meeting with Mrs George O Farrar chairman Week End Specials Regular Wave club of 2 MarOOil Shampoo riven with each DuArt Wave Also Waves at IMon Plasure Beautte Shoppc N Fed Phone 4160 MOOSE LODGE GIVES PARTY FOR WOMEN Women of the Moose were guests of the Moose lodge Tuesday evening at Eagles hall following the busi ness session of the lodge Five hun dred was played with high score prizes going to Mra Ed Crabb and Vern Mott and low to Mrs F E Frietag and Leonard Shepard Re freshments were served at the close of the evening by Richard Children Chester Williams and Earl Knutson A MRS MARGARET MUELLER HONORED AT PARTY Mrs Margaret Kcarns Mueller former Mason Cityan who is home on a furlough from missionary work in Persia was honored at a pot luck luncheon given by the Presbyterian women Tuesday afternoon at the church A birthday cake and flow ers centered the table The time after luncheon was spent In writing letters to the Rev and Mre Carl Kearns Mrs Muellers parents A handkerchief shower was held for Mrs Mueller Monday evening Mrs Mueller was the guest of the Pres byterian Forum spoke on it Mrs Blumensteil rep resenting the Charm and Fashion Studios of Chicago spoke on the care of the skin and gave a facial demonstration Miss Elvira Olson was a guest The next meeting will be a Joint one 27 when reports of the midwin ter business girls conference at Ot tumwa will be given MRS LYNN NOLTERIEKE HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Fidelia Ferris and Miss Grace Cross entertained at a mis cellaneous shower at the home of Miss Cross 233 Sixth street south east honoring Mrs Lynn Nolter ieke a recent bride Bunco was played with high score prize going to Mrs Dick Holme and low to Margaret Tinny At the close of the eveninglunch was served ADDITIONAL SOCIETY ON PAGE EIGHT Bearing the Authentic Label constantly improve in tone and responsiveness Each is a faithful reproduction of an old masterpiece EVERYTHING IN MUSIO Smarter Styles Better Quality For Less Since 1920 SOURTESY AHD SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE NELLY DONS Busy Line of Spring Cottons Dressei that answer doorbells charming ly pass muster on the street and hit par in the sport fa Donelin In nd bUct SLIM 1242 b Donvtin In brown SrzM 1240 d Plaid in brown blicfc and blue Srzai 1220 SEE YOU TOMORROW
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