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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 24, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 24 1934 TIVE PROGRAMS PLANNED FOR WOMENS GROUPS Bess Wilson to Give Talk atYWGA Book Review Group Brings Minneapolis Journalist for Meeting The last days of February will be interesting ones in City be cause a number of attractive pro grams have been arranged by the various clubs Bess Wilson of the Minneapolis Journal will bethe speaker for the literature department of the Wom ans club Wednesday afternoon at 1 oclock at the Y W C A Mrs Wilson has been doing newspaper work for 20 years having owned and managed a country weekly be fore going to tha Journal where she serves as literary critic editor of the womensorganizations de partment and feature writer DramaStudy Group The drama study department of tha Womans club will meet Wed nesday afternoon at oclock at the Y W for a program on his torical drama Roundtable dlscus toh will be held with Mrs R E Romey as leader and Mary of Scotland will be reviewed The March baby clinic will be held by the Womans club child conser vation department Friday afternoon from 1 to 3 oclock at the Y W C A Panhellenic association will meet at 1 oclock Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Harvey J Bry ant 109 Second street southeast for luncheon Thecommittee includes Mrs CI Snyder chairman Mrs L S Sanders Mrs Beulah Arm atrong arid Mrs Bryant Preceding luncheon there will be a meeting of the board at oclock Meet for Dinner Business and Professional Wom en will meet at oclock Thurs day evening at the Hotel Hanf ord for dinner and a program which is being arranged by the public rela tions committee of which Lora Glan ville is chairman Reports from the midwinter con ference of the Y W C A business girls clubs of Iowa will be given by the Mason City Delegates at a meeting of the T N T and Tusa Jata clubs and the young Womens council Tuesday evening atthe Y Dinner will be served at oclock and reservations will be taken un til Tuesday noon Delegates include Luclle Byerly Hanstreet Arloene Japssen Greta Mao Ong Margaret Hotciddn The meet ing is open to all girla who are in terested COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES TO WED GARNER Feb Clerk Elmer Raw issued marriage licenses to Peter Schlagel 21 and Margaret Weizien 18 both of Dows Archie Hoeft 27 Ventura arid Verona Schultz 21 Forest City Clarence Vrtezce 28 and Ann Luppen 26 both of Kanawha John P Trampel 27 and Minnie Seek 25 both of Goodell Leander J Seefeld and Frances B Ward both of Wesley MOATSSTEINFELDT FAULKNER Feb 24 Oscar Moats and Miss Amanda Stelnfeldt of Eldora were married at the Lutheran parsonage at Eldora They will reside on the Mrs Sarah Wag ner farm onehalf mile west of Faulkner VAN HOVEINTEBADLL TITONKA Feb Van Hove and Miss Dorothy Intermlll were married by the Rev Calvin Schnucker pastor of the Ramsey Reformed church Miss Intermill is a daughter of Mrs Anna Intermill living northwest of Titonka Mr Van Hoves parents live in Ger many They will begin housekeeping March 1 on one of the B S Pann kuks farms north of Titonka LIME CREEK FARM BUREAU MEETING Lime Creek Farm Bureau mst Friday evening at the Freeman school for a program which opened withassembly singing led by Mrs Floyd Bisbee Mrs Andrew Matzen reviewed the events of farm and home week at Iowa State college Earl Hanson played a clarinet solo accompanied by Marcella Blstllne The Lime Creek school pupils staged a play Miss Molly Miss Bistline Is the teacher At the close of the evening refreshments were served 1 EASY TO WEAR DRESS WRAP OVER EFFECT PROVIDES SLIMMING LINES TO SIMPLE FROCK MAY BE FASHIONED EASILY GlobeGnzetia feeilejs ID Cent fattem 300 Flllh Avenue Ntw fork City B DIANA DAV Todays easytowear wrapover type of dress needs no introduction as toits slimming qualities For alloccasion wear a mossy crepesilk print in black and green as sketched Is smart for this mod The vestee is plain crepe in bis queshade The buttons repeat the green tone Plain crepe silks are also lovely mediums while lightweight wool ens rayons and necktie silks etc are excellent As well as for matrons this model is delightful for figures above nor mal weight Style No 481 is designed for sizes 36 38 40 42 44 46 and 48 Inches bust Size 36 requires 4 yards of 39 inch material with yard of 36 inch contrasting The Essence of Fashion Allsummed up for you is this ex cltiiig book of fall and winter fash ions and patterns If you pride your self 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 tips Send for your copy today Price of book 10 cents Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin coin is Wrap coin care fully Do not send to Mason City but address GlobeGazette Pattern Department 200 Fifth avenue New York City 481 Social Calendar MONDAY U G L club Mrs W Earl Hall 22 River heights Mrs1 H E Cunningham assisting Mrs George Marty Mrs F W Osmundson lesson Midland oclock Mrs H C Shipman 1419 North Federal avenue Miss Stella Page leader Chautauqua Mrs H A PhllHps 325 Second street northeast current events Mrs JR Holmari MrsC R B Gir ton lesson Mrs R O Younger man Twentieth Century Miss Laura Kern 40 Oak drive current events Mrs J E McDon ald lesson Mrs Carl A Parker Y W C A Glee 7 oclock Y W C A Unemploye d Gi oclock Y W C A spelling and dictation Ladies of the 8 oclock I O O F hall M WA 8 oclock Eagles hall G T A Book Current Events group oclock library assembly Curtis Yelland Mrs J E Blythe Masonic Social oclock Masonic temple bridge and dinner TUESDAY Panhellenic 1 oclock Mrs Harvey J Bryant 109 Secondstreet southeast Shamrock Mrs Sam Rozen 315 Pennsyl vania avenue northeast High School Music oclock P G and E Audi tbrium W R C Y W C A Milwaukee R K Womens oclock clubrooms Wilson C S 8 oclock Mrs H E Jackson 107 Second streetnorth west WEDNESDAY Senior G F oclock Elsie Ramsey 218 Fifth street northwest Literature 1 oclock Y W C A talk by Bess Wilson of Minneapolis Oweso club iaS oclock Mrs Ira Leaman 412 Twelfth street northwest St Joseph Tabernacle oclock Parish hall Social Hour Mrs C W Pippert There Is 2 Reason Fortythree Mason City dealers are now selling IOWA STATE BRAND and k CORN COUNTRY BUTTER t Its the Fine sells Central Lutheran oclock church parlors Mrs O A Beerman Mrs G F Brans comb Mrs M E ZarlLig host esses Drama Studay oclock Y W C A review by Mrs R E Romey Jefferson C S oclock Mrs George Senn 101 Kentucky avenue southeast Mrs A G Krager Leisure Activ ities I O F 5 oclock Eagles hall Phoenician 8 oclock MBS Myrtle Niedert 404 East State street lesson Miss Bea Lynch THURSDAY ThursdayBridge 1 oclock Mrs G B Pray 224 Tenth street northwest New idea 1 oclock Mrs B J Fitzpatrick 924Monroe avenue northwest Hanf ord Ladies 1 oclock Mrs Arthur Stevens B N A Health Eagles hallMrs George Smith chairman B and O 230 oclock Mrs Anton Ander son 1431 President avenue north west East State Street Mrs William Kern 29 Vermont avenue southeast Mrs W H Rees Mrs L B Tait Mrs W J Kern Mrs S A Ruatad host esses Mrs William Findlay cur rent evrats Mrs W H Hathorn lesson Mrs Earl Ehlers music Olivet Ladles Church Mrs W H Mahlstadt Mrs Lloyd Geer Immanuel N oclock MrsH Heldenrich 419 Polk avenue southwest Athenian Y W C A Mrs William Bar ragy hostess current events Mrs Hugh McLaughlin Mrs T H Jacobs lesson Mrs J F Price Sorosls Mrs R W Mellem 415 First street southeast lesson Mrs S Seevers Grace Evangelical Ladies aid Division 1 Mrs Nick Letzel 1230 Madison avenue northwest division 2 Mrs Robert Erickaon 1446 Madison avenue northwest division 3 Mrs N C Fessenden 315 Ninth street northeast B P W oclock Hotel Hanford pub v lie relations program Cosmopolitan oclock Y M C A Past Noble oclock i O O F hall Dor othea Diercks Mrs B F Fergu son lesson Mrs S M Decker Mrs Oliver Repp Mrs Thomas Catlin Mrs Herman Doderer hostesses Ininianuel Martha 8 oclock Gertrude Clemens El len Newburg hostesses Fidelity Life 8 oclock Y W C A Nlra Card 2 oclock Mrs L J Whakn 412 Fourteenth street northwest Park Hospital Mrs Charles E Rose 621 Fifth street southeast Elks club Clubrooms music by Huck Shaffer FRIDAY Presbyterian East 2 oclock Mrs John Lock 123 Fourteenth street northeast south 2 oclock Mrs W C John son 536 Fourth street southeast west 1 oclock Mrs W R Camp bell Mrs Edna Grassfield 222 Ninth street northwest Forest Park 2 oclock Mrs Albert Hass 1 Taylor avenue southwest Congregational Women Church group 4 Baptist Ladles oclock church Calvary Lutheran 2 oclock church Church of Christ M 6 oclock church parlors talk by Miss Mae Friek traveler of the orient covered dish luncli Queen Rebekah oclock I O O F hall Our Saviours Luther 8 oclock church Women Seek Pardon for MT Grattan Daughters of Veterans to Petition Governor for Release An appeal to Gov Clyde L Her ring was signed by the Daughters of union Veterans of the Civil War at their meetingFriday evening at the Y W C A in an effort to have Marvin T Grattan Civil war vet eran freed from prison where he serving a sentence for murder The petition which is being pre sented by the Iowa Department of the Daughters of Veterans follows We feel that there has been a gross miscarriage of Justice in the imprisonment for life of Marvin T Grattan on a charge of first degree murder To SaveGrandson The evidence submitted at the trial leaves no conclusion reasonably possible other than that one Claude Meade was shot by Mr Grattan while Meade was beating Grattans grandson with a pitchfork which caused Grattan to believe that the life of his grandson was threatened The shooting was in the presence of witnesses and Grattan went to the sheriffs office after the incident and related the whole circum stances These are not the acts of the first degree murderer Mr Grattan is a civil war vet eran 85 years of age His service for his country during its crisis was distinguished by his honor courage and loyalty to his government Since then his life has been an upright citizen standing for honor justice and human wel his home life a tender hus band and father devoted to those near him If he made any mistake in judgment in concluding that the life of his grandson was in danger that mistake was due to his com mendable devotion to the members of his household He and his wife arein the sixtysixth year of their wedded life a record that should not be spoiled by an unfortunate in cident Kb Good Cause No good cause can be served by killing this man in prison On the contrary discouragement will be placed in the way of every good citizen who aspires to a long life of devotion to his God home and country For such exceptional cases was your aacred power granted to you We beg of you to exercise it and pardon Marvin T Grattan A meeting of department staff will be held in Des Moioes next month and the petition will be pre sented to the governor at that time Mrs Henry C Shipmau has a copy of the petition for the D A R and W Earl Hall for the Amer ican Legion sent to them by the daughter of Mr Grattan At the meeting the Daughters of Veterans Mrs Chris Gilstram was initiated into the order MRS HARRY WALTER HOKORBD AT PARTY Mrs Harry Walter 202 Louisiana avenue southeast was honored at a surprise party given Friday night by friends and relatives During the early party of the evening Mrs Walters mother Mrs Sivert John son and family and Mr and Mrs Ed Pipgras and family of Slayton Minn came for an unexpected visit making the affair a double sur prise Games were played and re freshments served Mrs Pipgras and Mrs Walter are sisters HITRI CLUB TO HEAR MISS RAAKE HiTri club members will meet Monday evening at oclock at the Y W C A for a talk by Miss Ada Raake on Fighting Ahead Miss Raake will discuss vocations for girls Maxine Walters has charge of the program JEROME LEWIS HONOR GUEST ON BIRTHDAY Jerome Lewis was honored at a party given by his mother Mrs O C Anderson 121 Georgia avenue northeast on the occasion of his ninth birthday Games were played and refreshments served and a number of gifts presented to the honoree The Misses Ida and Cor rinne Dreher assisted Mrs Ander son MISS LETHA CARUTH HOSTESS TO CLUB Miss Letha Caruth entertainer the J U E Bridge club at her home 1616 North Federal avenue Friday Prizes went to the Misses Jessie Adams and Lucille Ericson and after bridge luncheon was served GETTOGETHER CLUB ELECTS NEW OFFICERS At the meeting of the GetTo gether club at the home of Mrs Mae Van Fosscn officers were elect ed including Mrs Fred Gerdes president Mrs Jim Ward vice president Mrs Herman Grimpp secretary Mrs Ralph Currier publicity chairman The lesson on Alteration of Patterns was giv en The next meeting will be with Mrs Gerdes FUNTEMINNIS McINTIRE Feb Funte son of Mrs Orpha Funte and Miss Elva Mlnnis daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Minnis Riceville were married nt tile home of the Rev Mr Boclenham of Riceville They will make their home with the bride grooms mother on her farm north east of Mclntire TO BE BRIDE MR AND MRS FRANK KROP MAN 325 Seventh street north west announce the engagement of their daughter Dorothy to Louis E Lipp Omaha attorney son of Mr and Mrs M M Lipp of Omaha No wedding date has been set Bits About Em Mies Phyllis Mitchell and Bjorn Axling both of Chicago are week end guests of Miss Mitchells par ents Mr and Mrs John Mitchell 1020 First street northwest a Mrs J W Carr and Mrs M Smith of New Hampton are spend ing a few days with Mrs Carrs son inlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs L J Sweiger 1408 Virginia avenue northeast f Mr and Mrs Willis Davison 124 Jefferson avenue northwest have returned from Lonerock accompan ied by Roberta Davison who had been visiting there They were guests at the L R Roderick home Miss Dorothy Decker has arrived from Dubuque where she has been studying with Mrs Merl Sims to spend the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs J E Decker 119 Sec ond street southeast HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE A Dainty Appetizer Grapefruit the centers filled with currant and mint jelly and then sprinkled with confectioners sugar makes a refreshing appetizer to serve for luncheon or dinner Meals For a Day Breakfast Orange Juice Cooked Wheat Cereal Cream French Toast Syrup Coffee Luncheon Fruit Salad Salted Wafers Chocolate Brownies Tea Dinner Baked Pork Chops Baked Potatoes Escalloped Turnips Bread Butter Neapolitan Salad Coffee Chocolate Brownies 13 cup fat 1 cup sugar 2 squares chocolate melted 1 teaspoon va nilla teaspoon salt 2 eggs cup flour y teaspoon baking pow der cup nuts Cream fat and sugar Add remain Ing Ingredients and beat 2 minutes Spead on greased paper in shallow pan Bake 25 minutes in moderately slow oven Cut in bars cool and store in cake box Baked JPork Chops 4 loin chops 3 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons chopped onions 2 tablespoons chopped green peppers 2 tablesoons chopped celery tea spoon salt 4 teasoon paprika 23 cup water Sprinkle chops with flour Fit into shallow baking pan Add rest of In gredients Cover bake 1 hour in moderate oven Turn chops to allow even coooking Neapolitan Salad 2 cups shredded cabbage 1 cup diced pineapple 23 cup diced marshmailows cup salad dress ing s teaspoon salt Chill Ingredients Combine serve on lettuce As soon as a can of food has ben opened empty the contents at once Into a jar or bowl McCracken Speaks at Banquet Held in Gait GALT Feb father and son banquet was held at the Congre gational church basement Alre Watts was toastmaster The pro gram included Invocation by the Rev Mr Kilbourn welcome Rex Blankenship response Charles Overbaugh Should Fathers Take Their Sons to Bible Class Ed Nel son Should Sons Take Their Fa thers Forest Rusk Fathers Sons and Education Mr Menden hall The Communityand Its Boys J P Denger The Young Man of Today Lyle Morford The Young Man of Forty Years Ago Dr Pot ter Loyalty Lee State Toe Church as a Community Center Earl Watts address the Rev R M McCracken of Goldfield A three course banquet was served to 92 sons and fathers Mason City Man Marries S Dakotan Raymond Albert Meyer Takes Bride To Live in Huron Albert Meyer son of Mr arid MrsA F Meyer Mason City was married to Miss Mary Muraine Madden daughter of Mrs B M Madden of Huron S Dak by the Rev L J Sullivan of St Mar thas Catholic church in Huron in the presence of a few relatives and friends of the couple The bride wore a dress of navy blue crepe and her hat and other ac cessories were of harmonizing col ors Her corsage of rapture roses and acacia was tied with blue rib bon Misa Genevleve Madden her sister was her only attendant Following the ceremony a wed ding dinner was served at noon at the Madden home in Huron Covers were laid for 25 and table appoint ments were In blue and yellow with flowers of the same shades provid ing a centerpiece The couple ia at home with Mrs Madden in Huron Mr Meyer is em ployed by theRed Owl store there Mrs Meyer is a graduate of the Huron high school and attended No tre Dame college at Mitchell S Dak for a year taking a teachers training course Object o Childs Hero Worship Best Historic Although Human Figure By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH For Borne years it has been fash ionable to decry hero worship and in pursuance of the tendency an effort has been made to reduce the great men of history to human stat ure or even below One of the ous land Ing subjects of the treatment has been George Washington who has been por trayed by somemodern writers as far less heroic than the figure pic tured in older accounts To tellchildren the truth is ad visable of course but to understate the truth is quite as misleading as to exaggerate it Children need heroes They can not measure themselves by the yard stick of mediocrity but long for something which towers above them nearly out of gauge by which to judge their own accom plishment Heroworship is as in atlnctlve as need for religion and If they lack men of worth to ideal tee and imitate they may take to gunmen and gangsters Whatever else might be said of Washington it is good for children to consider that here wag a man who with every opportunity to lead a selfish and selfindulgent life vol untarily endured the arduous labors of landsurveying and Indian fight ing finally risked his life and for tune and endured years of discour agement want and all for an ideal Taken in reverse the picture is also that of a selfmade man if we think of humanity and mankind as the norm with Lincoln and Wash ing approaching it from opposite sides Both were men whom our chil dren can well afford to admire and imitate as examples of what a man can do to make himself in spite of limitations whether of money or the lack of It MAIERRUNDE McINTIRE Feb Anna Runde of the Wapste neighborhood and Frank Maier of Chippewa Falls Wia were married in the Wapsie Catholic church They were attended by the brides brother Theodore Runde and Mrs Henry Runde The bride came to the Unit ed States from Germany four years ago next June and has kept house for three brothers on a farm in the Wapsie neighborhood Mr Maier al so a native of Germany is manag er of a dairy farm near Chippewa Falls where they will make their home COLLEGE Y PLANS PARTY FOR MONDAY Members of the College Y will meet for a party at oclock Monday afternoon at the Y W C A There will be a program of swim ming and games Stuart Chases New Book to Be Subject of Curtis Yelland Curtis Yelland will review Econ omy of Abundance by Stuart Chase at the meeting of the book review and current events department of the Grade Teachers association Mon day evening t oclock at the library assembly The hour has been changed from 7 to oclock Mr Vellands review will be followed by a current events discussion to be led by Mrs James E Blythe Committee Members Elected BURT Feb farmers of Burt township met In the Legion hall Friday afternoon and elected permanent officers for the corn and hog reduction plan Karl Ewoldt was elected chairman G P Hawcott vice chairman and A H Hanna commltteeman They laughed when I sat down to play the modernistic piano How the mischief waa I to know it was only a bookcase Mass Record Mason City Soprano to Give Recital to Charles City Club CHARLES CITY Feb Dorothy White Weston soprano Mason City and Miss Ilza Niemack violinist of this city will give a joint recital in the high school au ditorium Tuesday evening Feb 27 under the auspices of the Womens clubBoth are trained musicians and have given pleasure to many audiences in other cities with indi vidual recitals This ia the first time they have appeared in a pint reci tal Each has established a role of leading musician in her home city and for this reason the Womens club is making this program an open meeting Railway Employes Club Has Program The Chicago and North Western railway Employes club held a meeting Friday evening at the P G and E auditorium M J Boyle superintendent and G A Lang worthy traveling agent spoke briefly to the group regarding var ious matters of interest to the members The program consisted of violin selections by Fred Farmakis Mr Farmakis also played several har monica numbers which included vrolden Slippers River Shan non The Valley of the Moon The business meetingwas in charge of Fred Berger president and Andrew Frelund secretary Seymour Angel is chairman of the program committee Next meeting will be held April 26 and will be in charge of the C and N W Ry company Womans club MR AND MRS BISHOV HONORED AT SURPRISE The neighbors of Mr and Mrs T O Bishop gave a surprise party for them at their home on the oc casion of their fortieth wedding anniversary There were seven tables of 500 vyith high score prizes Soing to Mrs Chct Millard anr Harold Long A number of gifts were presented to the Bishops and refreshments were served Guests included Mr and Kirs Cookman and daughter Mr and Mrs Oscar Long Mr and Mrs George Long and daughters Mrs Bert Hollenbeck and children Du ane and Genevieve Mr and Mrs Carl Chris ten sen Mr and Mrs Marten Pederson Mr and Mrs Chester Millard Mr and Mrs E A Thraves Mr and Mrs Harolii Ames Charles Ames Mrs C Buechler Mr and Mrs Wiley Bishop Mrs Lora Glanville Mrs Coral Nelson Mr Mrs C Sears Ted Dierick Ed Klaug Mr and Mrs A Carstens and Mrs Frank McCallins MASONIC SOCIAL CMJB TO MEET ON MONDAY Masonic Social club will meet Monday evening at oclock at the Masonic temple for dinner and bridge The regular meeting day Tuesday has been changed for this affair The committee in charge in cludes Mr anil Mrs W H Patter son Mr and Mrs John Martin and Mr and Mrs F M Grace Mrs Morgan Gives Advice for Parents P T A Council Meeting Held at Y M C A in Evening Parents and teachers gathered at the Y M C A Friday evening to hear the final address of Mrs Mil dred Morgan of Iowa City who has been giving a series of talks on Boys and girls problems here The lecture was sponsored by the Par ent Teacher council which met pre ceding the talk At the council meeting a nomi nating committee was appointed to include Miss Hazel Coon principal of Jefferson school Mrs W A Car ter past president of the council and Mrs S W Greene president of Central P T A To Immunize The immunization program to be earned out in the schools was dis cussed The north central district convention scheduled for March 17 at Fort Dodge was announced Mrs Morgan pointed out that one of the parents chief duties and re sponsibilities is to free the child so that he may learn how to live She discussed the value of early separ ations of parent from child and the importance of the childs developing independence and learningby ex perience Daughters could receive a great deal more help than they do from mothers Mrs Morgan said discussingthe advisability of allow ing a girl to learn the fundamentals of housework so that it is not added to the many adjustments he has to make when married Adolescent Fears It is very important to the adolescent that he rates with his own age group Mrs Morgan said His chief fears are that lie will be unpopular or be thought too baby ish He will do anything to be pop ular and it is nscessary not to criti cize but to him evaluate things Parents should make every ef fort to keep open the channel of communication between them and their children They should take the interest Of the adolescent in the opposite sex calmly and provide so cial occasions when boys and girls can play together in groups The parent who trusts the judgment of his child will be rewarded in time Mrs Morgan answered a number of questions on problems which par ents are having with their children COSMOPOLITAN CLUB PLANS FOR DINNER Denmark will be the subject the Cosmopolitan club at its meet ing Thursday evening at oclock at Leone McGhees tearoom The Danish colors red and white will be used and a Danish program given Mrs W F Ingraham is chairman and Mrs Sam Wolf and Leo Dieckman on the arrangements committee PAULSENLEE A marriage license has been is sued to Chris W Paulsen 21 and Elda Mac Lee 17 both of Rockford i Smarter Styles Better Quality for 1920 COUBTB3Y AKD WITH EVERY PURCHASE 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