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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SIX Author Gives SPEAKS TO LAWYERS I Charitv Rail A oxr TT SOCIAL YW Author Gives y Story of Her Experiences Tells Vivid Stories of Trage dies and Triumphs of Profession Intimate glimpses Into theatrical as observed from behind the scenes beforo the footlights In the dingy cramped offices of producers critic izing the work of scenario writers and working with elephants in theKing ling circus were given at the Wednes day noon luncheon of the current events department ot the Womans club at tho Y W C A by Miss Dix io Willsou In relating her Elory Miss Wlllscu rtrcnv upon her own varied experiences Sho had stood in anxious groups lock ing for jobs anti experienced the thriis of getting one or two of them herself Sho took her listeners with her into Dream street where tha tragedies and triumphs of tho theater aro seen on every corner she tolil them how show people never quit Illness or sor row nothing keeps them from going on with their act If they are ablo to crawl she said adding that this was somewhat In contrast with other occu pations generally considered more hon orable But tha tragedy the theater is seen in frantic job hunting jjrouis than can interest no one in their acts ie said Dressing Rooms Small Tho dressing1 rooms of most the aters she declared were dark dirty dungeons in most cases So also were the rehearsal halls Even tho offices oC Rreat producers wero small untidy anrt dark Even David Belasco tho greatest of the drama producers and Charity Ball Grand March Starts at 9 Singing Dancing and Musi cal Concert to Be Eve nings Entertainment CONTINUOUS program of enter rn4 vi iuu tiiuiia producers ant Mr Shubert of musical comedy fame had establishments that In no way were compatible with tho place they occupied in thE profession ZlcgteM given the credit for the glorification of tho American girl however is now being surpassed by John Murray An derson In artistic productions Miss W illson said A departure la the the ater aro the new ones of the Keith circuit with dressing rooms liko hotel she said Tho speaker said she never kncrv what a lask it was to get a Job in the theater until long after sho had made her own debut Her entry into mu sical comedy in Qhicaso was due to the fortuitous circumstance that she went to eeo the producer at S a m instead of at II oclock She told the producer sho could sing and dance and ivas Driven a Job Mrw Scenario Critic JUDGE MARY OTOOLE At tho first dinner ever arranged by the women members of tho Cleveland Bar association Judge Mary OToolo the first woman judge appointed by a president to the Washington mu mcipal court was one of the speak crs Judge OToole was also the first woman official of the District of Columbia to perform a marriage ac cordlns to civil law Incidentally Miss Ulllan Westropp assistant coun ty prosecutor and president of the Womens Savings and Loan company an oreanizallon which is directed sole ly by women was chairman ot tlo committee of arrangements for the dinner Mason City Group to See Plays in Chicago An Interesting few days havo been planned by a quintet of Mason City folk for the coming week a theater h ln tho Brou will be Dr and MrsB Raymond Woston Mr and Mrs J Curtis Amen Mr and Mra Frank D Pearce Mr ad Mrs Bennett A Webster and Mr ana Mrs B H Wagner Mr Weston will leave this week for some special music lessons Sha hopes to a tend the last performance of gran opera season Saturday night Tho remainder of the parly will leav luesday and seo the foIownff plays Coquette Trial of Mary jDujran iVar Madness Hosalie Front I use and one or two others o ener tainment and dancing ls prom itv T who attend tlle char ity ball Friday eveningby J H Talt and his committee from the Knight Tejnplar which sponsors the bal every year At oclock the high school band Mil play a halt hour program and at he Srand narc In hich the Knlshts and their take part w scheduled This Is always an inter estns part of the program or he Knifihts are attired in their sailant nlforms with their plumed hats and the ladies arc always lovely In beauti lul gowns for the occasion With the 1 min i with the swing oC tho grand march into the lie oin InTh Wi 10 Jrnlshed by tlio Hotel Russell Lam in 10 piece orchestra ofWaterloo uring the 15 or 20 minutes of the orchestra Intermission a program of Bongs will be given Dy tho Chamter of Commerce glee club under the di of Harry B Kceler 3laymates More Necessary Than Books and Serious Reading to Growing Child By ALICE FEALE My boy Ficddy Eaicl a Iher to me recently doesnt care bout playing wiih the boys on l IM Says Ua a wase of t hla Ume THURSDAY VMicninu Hostess Mrs J E Bandelet at P K auditorium to Ilome Mrs P W have noon luncheon at U Hislorj Hostess MJss Doris Markley South Connecticut avenue Lloyd George Mrs Tracestei Sorosis Hostess Mrs w J ibsioff llinfl street northwest Itoll call current news in Africa Mrs GeorS Will be held at the V w c A wit Program following Ceo Dee Bridge club Kostess Mrs j i B2 Sixth street southeast 2 Energetic class i ConErcgational chti rardlns scliool Ilsfrict Ml meet In school auditorium a JO o clock for organization tea o proschool circle East Siclo Vresbylerlaii AH soererr Hostess Mrs R A Walker 1130 Maple drive at oclock books too lei you Ireddy were my boy I S110UM bo led rather than pleased by his stated preference of books over com nanions to Uie exclusion ot the latter ba If It were tho books e round unnecessary North Jefferson avenue soScJetCI0t Lutheran Hostess Mrs B T ErhoW 215 Fifth street soulJieast at to oclock Woinens Auvilinry or tho St Johns Episcopal Will hold a tea at tho home of Mrs an essential educational corporation and then went with the BillingBrothers cf h for future writing Sho described the dress re Crcus in fair en8 M a at lair She epoko of her pals In thr circus who included the world tight wirs walker Miss Bird who la or was ln the Zlegfeld Follies with a Broadway tattoo an Idea of the Greenvlcl lioine county ISSUED Nora Springs Rebekahs In8lda the Homemaker By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGK A Cooliine Suggestion When boillngr rice for a meal cock double amount and there will be some lett over to quickly make into rice cakes escalloped rice and cheese or tomato rice puddings or soups Pre serve the rice stock and uaa It for 1C fcr in rico MENU Breakfast Stewed Prunes Wheat Cereal nnd1 Cream Poached EBBS on Buttered Toast Coffee Luncheon Cream of Pea Soup Crackers Baked Apples Surprise Ginger Cookies Tea Hinner Escalloped Oysters and Celery Baked Potatoes Bread Currant Jam Pear Salad Uiramel Cream Caks Coffee APPLES SURPRISE Serving Four 6 apples medium sized 23 cup lish brown suerar t cup chopped dafev A cup nut meats I teaspoon clnr mon l CUp water Bar sar Ucker right supporter grind ef to noble of officers Elect at Clarion CLARION Jan 23At the Janu county Jamcs Meh as elected chairman ot the board for tho second lime Mr Mehl now tho second year of his second term as on countr n Cinnamon ana U tha tuff this mlxturo Into tho apples tl0 filled applea into a small ft the rema sugar Add the water Cook in a moderate oven for 30 minute several times during the baking Th a strcct Clt Fir rathe somebody ellt Certainly his absorption bo Ieo P Loomjs 320 southeast at oclock Mrs Grammack New York will be the speaker Tnciiabeo Sunday School class Will meet in afternoon at Methodist church llanforil Aid Will entertain husbands at 1 ocloi luncheon at tho Blsie Stevens hon near Mason City Exclusive Eight club Meets at home of Mrs E K Clem ens 93S Eleventh street norlheah at 2 p m oyal Meets In hall at S p m Oliver Methodist Aid society Meets at p m at church b hoaa regarded as a symptom of an rteadlns and natural part of the very child GarberEsser Nuptials Take Place at West Bend WHJTTBMORB Jan 23The mar Raymond Bsser the young oC Whittemore and Helen Jlargaret Garber of West Bend took moinlngr at oclock at the Cath olio church In West Bend Father Dobbersteln officiating The bride was attired in a gown of d rCPe wcre a E5SCr a the and she wore a pale blue flat crepe drees The bridcsroom was attended by a brother of the bride A wedding dinner TV as served to a large number of guests at tho homo of the biides par ents After a weddingtrip tho young couple will be at home on the Albert tsser farm southwest of Whittemore AXBNEWBERGER GARNER San Pcarl ind Mr John Neuberger were mar yesterday at tho Methodist Epis copal parsonage by the Rev C H Van Metre The couple will mako its home on a Y W Booster Meeting to Be Thursday Misses Cummins and Gill Named Captains of Ticket Sales Announcement has been YC A boostcr meeting which ill be licld in the gymnasium at o clock Thursday evening Jan 24 The supper will cost 25 cents Special music will be furnished by the rtusty Hinge quartet and otlwr eonga and stunts will bo given by va nous srroups of the Y w sirls At tills program the various secretaries will chart their plans for tho c year The T IT T club is divided into for sellingtickets with Miss arvyl Cumminss ami Miss Mary Gill captains Invitations have been o tho T W CA 5 unablo to get In touch wltli I erls WU1 reserva ons thru the office or cafeteria rusalata club elil3 will act as hos css to show newcomers the building Placards will he posted in the s asium by the various clubs to jiut ate tho seating of the groups and special section will bo reserved for lost who are not classified In any ertain group y WILLIAM MOORE DIES IN HOSPITAL ame to Mason City From Canada Funeral Will Be Held Friday William Moore ycar ola M Cty resdent died Wednesday morn ins at a local hospital after 111 WED AT SAUK CENTER uiw tmtt ueon received Jn the cltv of tho marriage of irone L jolnson Aitostan S Dak and David T Way of Sauk Center Minn which took place Sunday at Sank Center Mrs Way was formerly cashier at WoolworthB store and Mr Way was at tho local Woolwori until he became manager of the Berg store at Sauk Center where the couple will make its home L p toojins HOSTESS 10 AUXILIARY TISA their AND 8ATIJFACT1QN WITH EVERT PURCHASE I ho tate at the Patterson funeral ew Remedy at Last Wrl o Informa ur utca direct to laboratoriea for fre Just Think Pay only a week on a SENEY DIAMOND 1 the women of the chuicli t friends Thursday afternoon The reoior the Nov C Burnett Whltehead will conduct tho luslnesa meeting of the organization Mrs Gommack executive field worker from New York City win give a talk 1SDO A bottlo and a bird t029i A hip flask and a Inn Tribune A tea by tho Womens Auxiliary of ivuAiuury oi ino 6t Johns Episcopal church will be January Showing of New Spriijg Wash Frocks Starting Tomorrow Featuring such quality brands as Nelly Dons LAiglon Wirthmore and others An outstand ing event in which the value offered represents a significant saving Events of this kind are popularizing this store with smart Mason City and North Iowa women The New Fitted Princess Ruffles Jabots Color Piped White Peque Collar All Sizes 14 to 50 Fast colors with Lundbergs Quality Fabrics Such significant details as cov ered seams strong bindings se curejy sewedon buttons deep hems fast the superior quality of these beautiful frocks Slenderizing diagonal lines in tiny prints and ruffly flowered dresses for slim figures Plain or whipped WALNUT LASER CASE Broken pecans may be used f it bei beat cups flour 24 teaspoon up nuts e fat and r thoroly fci l flour klngpowder Beat for 3 minutes n V Whltcs an1 r 2 aycr cak hteh havo been fitted wtih waxed ra mcxleratcy low oven oamy HAVE CARD PARTY i TIio Alchor Shrine number 6 held a ridge party at the P G and B club oomB Tuesday evening Bridge ana I 00 were played The Highest bridge rlze was won by Mrs D C Brainard ncl the second highest by A M Gil in I Jrst prize of the 500 games was FLUCOLDS Check at first Rb vapors NATIONAL WEEK THE IO PCINT SVCCfSS CUffD 2MAKE AND fARS A DUDGtT tfCORl tlAVt A BANK SOWN lift INSURANCE 6 OWN YOUR HOME 7 MAKE A WILL AFESfC PROMPTLY ovt f thafc over the country in recent mnntrio The prudent man has not invested his wealth Successors to Mason City Loan Trust Company Thrift means not only sav ing but investing wisely Come in and consult us Henry L Doherty Co Fiscal Agrcnts and Managers of Cities Service Co VTASON CITY IA 629 M B A BLDG ;