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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 5, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 5 1935 SEVEN :OWA FEDERATION CLUB HEAD APPOINTS NEW CHAIRMEN [Department Heads Will Begin Work | Conservation and Junior Membership Sections Are New. DES MOINES, July 5. /P--Mrs. Hiram C. Houghton, Jr., Red Oak, president of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs, has announced her selections of department heads for the coming year. The selections were approved by the federation board of directors. Two new departments--conservation and junior membership--are to be headed by Mrs. Francis E. Whitley, Webster City, and Miss Lulu Green, Des Moines, respec- , tively. \ Other department heads are Mrs. JR. H. Sylvester, Des Moines, Am- Ihrican home; Pearl Bennet Broxam, flowa City, fine arts; Mrs. Max |\'ayer, Des Moines, public affairs; irs. W. G. McMartin, Tama, edu- ation; Mrs. C. W. Maplethorpe, Toledo, public welfare; Miss i/Blanche Wingate, Des Moines, pub- flicity. , A poetry committee is to be head*ed by Mrs. Lewis Worthington I ! 3mith, Des Moines, and Mrs. H. S. '··Vincent, Fort Dodge, is to he the · federation's representative on the Iowa highway bcautification board. j A new policy committee will be e created to determine the method of procedure in co-operating with other women's organizations in community affairs. Mrs. William Larrabee, Jr.. Clermont, Mrs. McMartin and Mrs. Maplethorpe were (selected as a committee to investigate a club institute with the University of Iowa extension department. ULOYD-FURST LELAND, July 5.--Mrs. Laura M.Furst and George P.Lloyd were married at Asbury Methodist parsonage at Lake Mills. The attendants were Emma A. Furst, a daughter of the bride, and J. G. Baker. Mr. LLoyd is employed in the Jorgenson's Hardware store. Mrs. Lloyd was formerly a beauty operator at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd will make their home in the Effie M. Steward property here. LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS AT F. G. E. Members of the American Legion auxiliary met at the P. G. E. for a social session Wednesday after' - . } , 'The time was spent in sewing pillow slips for the Knoxville hospital and making carpet rags. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. Frank Maillard and Mrs. William Carson. Probably the unsafest and most undiplomatic thing one could do would be to express surprise in · the hearing of a Public Enemy by , saying, "Gee! Man!" -- Memphis Commercial Appeal. F R E E EVERY M O R N I N G Marcels, Fingerwaves and Haircuts Others at School Prices Shampoo Fingerwave, 35c Haircuts 20c Facials 50c Manicures . .... 25c Permanenrs $1 up Arch . 20c Eyebrows Dyed SOc All work supervised by trained Instructors LA JAMES COLLEGE BEAUTY CULTURE 12-16 1st N. W. Phone 974 THE KNITTERS' CORNER 6061 Here's a smart copy of the little handknit play suit which play girls of the movie colony are wearing at Palm Springs. Knit the shorts in a subtle pastel tweed the simple round-necked sweater in a darker contrasting color and see how smart you'll look and feel in them. For complete instructions, send 10 cents to Knit Pattern Dept, Globe- Gazette, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Joseph Smith and Paul Presented as-Parallels in History of Religion A parallel between the life and experiences of Paul the Apostle and Joseph Smith was drawn at Wednesday night's meeting conducted in the Hi Y room of the Y. M. C. A. by the Rev. Richard Baldwin of Des Moines, evangelist for the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. "Joseph Smith, like Paul, had persecution as did Paul and he said. :. I saw a Vision. 2. I heard a Voice. 3. I saw an Angel. 4. I saw Jesus," Mr. Baldwin observed. "If you say you believe Paul's experiences, can you deny the other?" "What is the Cause .That the Former Days Were Better Than These ?" was announced as the subject of Friday night's service. BELLIS-HANNA OSAGE, July 5.--Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hanna announce the marriage of their daughter, Billie, to Lyle Bellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bellis of Elma. The ceremony took place July 11, 1934, in Rockford, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Bellis will live in Elma. GOLD Sell it at Blanchards and get the highest cash price. U. S. License D-B12-2577 WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE B A T H P A R L O R S Basement, Foresters' Building New Management New Equipment Electric Vaporized Mineral Health Baths and Swedish Massage CLEANSES THE BLOOD Invigorates and Rejuvenates the Body L I L L I A N R E I D ' S BATH AND BEAUTY SHOP PHONE 676 FOE APPOINTMENT SWEET CREAM BUTTER Women Plan Number of Conventions Feminine -Democrats Are to Conduct District Sessions DBS MOINES, July 5. (UP)-Women members of the democratic party in Iowa will hold a series of "grass roots" conventions of their own, starting July 10, Mrs. Fune Fickel, state vice chairman of the Iowa Democratic Womens' organization, announced Friday. Representatives from the seven of the state's nine congressional districts will be called together to discuss the welfare of the party--from the woman's standpoint. No meetings are scheduled for the fourth and eighth districts. Sessions will be held as follows: First district, Burlington, July 18, Mrs. Ray Baxter, Burlington, chairman; second district, Clinton, July 11; Mrs. Laurence Smith, Dyersville, chairman; third district, Waterloo, July 12; Mrs. O. K. Dick, Iowa Falls, chairman; fifth district, Ot- tuwa. July 17; Mrs. Ruth Fall Hollingshead, chairman. Sixth district, Des Moines. July 10; Mrs. Gladys Bunker, Knoxville, chairman; seventh district. Council Bluffs, July 16; Mrs. Katherine Chomas, Red Oak, chairman; ninth district, Sioux City, July 15; Mrs. Florence Lynch, LeMars, chairman. Mrs. Fickel announced that Mrs. J. C. Pryor, Burlington, wife of the recently appointed head of the Iowa Emergency Relief administration, will be chairman of the organization's group study clubs. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Robertson, 112 Washington avenue northwest, had as their guests on Independence day Mrs. Mable Anderson of New York City; Mrs. Ethel Andrews of Fargo, N. Dak.; Mrs. Gillis Bailard of Ambrose, N. Dak.; Mrs. L. G. Blackmer and daughter, Esther, Hooker, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cornick, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cornick and Mr. and Mrs. Field Comick and families, all of Albert Lea. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hadlock and son, Channing, have arrived from Plainfield, N. J.. for a week's visit with Mrs. Hadlock's parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. V. MacGregor, 538 East State street. * * # Miss Jean Farrell of Kansas City is visiting at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Farrell, 112 Georgia avenue northeast. * * :k Miss Ann Rubin of St. Louis is a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kropman, 820 Delaware avenue northeast. * * * Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly of Lakeland, Fla., left Wednesday after a five day visit in Mason City. * -.» * Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Henderson of Villa Grove, 111., are visiting at the E. Claus home, 121 First street southeast. * * * Mr. and Mrs. James Pedelty, 104 Fifth street northeast, returned Thursday from the Black Hills, Montana and North Dakota. * * * Miss Milly Lukes of Omaha is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lukes. Miss Lukes is a nurse in St. Catherine's hospital at Omaha. * 4 * Mrs. H. A. Layman and daughter, Delourise, 324 Sixth street northwest, left Friday for Davenport to join friends and relatives and accompany them to Duluth, Minn., and Canada on a three weeks' vacation trip. * * * Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Morphew, 645 Eleventh street northeast, had as their guests on July 4, Mrs. Eddie Kelly of Nora Springs, Mrs. Clare Kingery and grandson, Merle Kingery, Wiudom, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Vern Morphew and son, Clinton, Mason City, and Junior Billing's of Sioux City who is spending the summer here. * * a Mrs. E. R. Goldberg of Minneap- odis is visiting at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldberg, 147 Crescent drive. * * * Mrs. Roy Nye of Detroit, Mich., is visiting at the home of H. D. Madsen, 24% East State street. * * * Ward Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harrison, 216 Thirteenth street northeast, has arrived from Cloquet, Minn., where he is employed in a paper mill, for a visit with his parents. He will return to his work Sunday. * * * Marietta and Dona Belle Lamb have left for Cedar Rapids to spend two weeks with their aunt, Mrs. S. W. Grassfield. * * * Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Stcphenson, 87 River heights drive, have moved to their cottage on the south shore of Clear Lake. LICENSES ISSUED AT NOBTHWOOD NORTHWOOD, July 5--Marriage licenses of the past week were issued to Myrle A. King and Lucille M. Misgen, Geneva, Minn.; Edward A. Flusek and Eleanora M. Kycek, Glenville, Minn.; E. A. Oppegard and Inga Johnson Albert Lea. Fifty marriage licenses were issued during June. SMART DAYTIME DRESS GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN, 160 Fifth Aavenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Extreme Complicity of This Frock Gives It Charm and Practicability for Summer Time. The extreme simplicity of this style makes it a lovely model for tubbing materials. It's especially effective in cottons. You need no telling how smart cottons are this season. An old romantic colour--Lilac-- made the first model in eyelet batiste with purple grosgrain ribbon belt. Style No. 3311 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 4fi- inches bust, Size 16 requires 3 yards of 39-inch material with Vn yard of 39-inch contrasting for belt. . Send fifteen cents (15c) in stamps or coin (coin is preferred), for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Summer fashion book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy today! Book and pattern together twenty- five cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. SOCIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY B. P. W. club-Postponed. Ben Hur-- ' 7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Queen Kebekah lodge-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. Our Saviour's Luther league-8 o'clock, church. SATURDAY R. N. A. Juveniles-3 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. MBS. A. W. OTTO HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. A. W. Otto who is leaving soon for Des Moines to make her home was honored at a bridge luncheon given by Mrs. R. T. Kinneman, Mrs. Victor Young uid Mrs. Max Burns at the Kinneman home, 221 Second street northwest, Wednesday. Farewell gifts were presented to Mrs. Otto who will join Mr. Otto in Des Moines where he has been transfered. Wonder how come it's never occurred to Senator Long to read "Anthony Adverse" to his colleagues? --Arkansas Gazette. 64 page "Atlas Book of Recipes and Helpful Information About Canning." FREE. No obligation. Send today. Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, Dept. N, Wheeling, W.Va. M A S O N J A R S DOUBLE TESTED FOR STRENGTH INDIVIDUALLY INSPECTED Sellers-White Vows Spoken on Holiday DOWS, July 5.--The marriage of Miss Grace White or Dows, and Charles Sellers of Rowan, was held Thursday at the Presbyterian manse here, the Rev. R. A. Brough, officiating. The bridal party was composed of Miss Ardelle Cooper, Miss Esie Edens, Maynard Azeltinc and Mervin Reese. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. White of Albert Lea, formerly of Dows. Mrs. Sellers was graduated from Dows high school, attended Cedar Falls college and taught four years in the Vernon schools. The bridegroom, son of Mr and Mrs. Earl Sellers, was graduated from the Rowan high school Since then he has worked with his father trucking 1 and farming. FKEASE-CAMERON CLARION, July 5.--The marriage of Miss Ruth Cameron of Scranton and Glenn R. Frease of Clarion took place in the Methodist church with the Rev. J. C. Buthman officiating. Mrs. Frease is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cameron of Scranton and Mr. Frease, who has recently located in Clarion, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Frease of Scanton, Miss Fern Cameron served her sister 33 rnaid of hono; and the bridegroom's attendar. was his brother, John F. Frease The young couple will be home in the Schroeder apartments. TAYLOR-TABER. CLARION, July 5.--The wedding of Miss Leila Ruth Taber and John Douglas Taylor was solemnized at New N. E. A. Head Catholic Daughters Install Officers at Seattle Convention SEATTLE, July 5. Off)--The Catholic Daughters of America Friday directed their attention to discussion of the press and radio. The installation of newly re-elec- ed officers and resolutions from the }ood of the Order committee were in the program of the national con- rention which apparently disposed if most of its major business in a leries of resolutions Thursday. By unanimous vote, the delegates ast night re-elected Miss Mary C. Duffy, Newark, N. J., supreme regent of the order, and likewise re- Miss Agnes Samuelson of Des Moines, superintendent of public instruction for Iowa, is the newly elected president of the National Education association. Miss Samuelson was given office at the national convention in session in Denver. .he Methodist church in Clarion by ,he Rev. J. C. Buthman. Attendants were Miss Ruth B. Gibbs and Marion Taber. The couple will live n Cedar Rapids. WAY TO MANURE MAILS NO NEED T O C U T C U T I C L E Jnstthe tiniest amount of Maoicare on a damp cloth keeps mils in the pink of condition. Dead cuticle is removed without scissors or harsh acids. Hang-nails, brittle nails and cracked oath are avoided. Stains vanish quickly. Manicare keeps the cuticle soft; keeps nails healthy and fir more beautiful turned to office Mrs. Jennie Bartley Breene, vice supreme regent; Miss Katharine M. Rosney,' New York, secretary; Miss Frances Maher, Kane, Penn., treasurer, and Mrs. Leonore Z. Medcr, Chicago, coun- sellor. Directors include Anna M. Baxter, Dubuque, Iowa. FABEK-HOLIER NEW HAMPTON, July 5.--Miss Gladys E. Holier of Ossian was married in the Little Brown church in the Vale at Nashua to Roy E. Faber of New Hampton by the Rev. C. J. Rebelein. They were attended by Miss Elsie Holier and Paul Vandenburg. Mr. Faber is a lather for a construction company. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SfNCE 1920 July Clearance Get your share of these bargains. Values that are ·most unusual for our "De Kaye" Quality. Compare these values. SUMMER SILK DRESSES, Reduced to $1, $2.39, $4.39 and up WASH DRESSES, Reduced to $1, $1.48, $1.85 and up COATS, Reduced to $5, $10, $12 and up SUITS, Reduced to $5, $10, $18 and up SUMMER GLOVES, Reduced to 25c, 35c,48cand up HATS, Reduced to 50c, $1.00, $1.69 "SEE YOU TOMORROW" Eel at and S AV£ up 10 Made by Fairbanks-Morse, manufacturers of quality product* for roors than 100 years: Scales -- Motors -- Purapn -- Diesel «zd Gasoline Engine* -- Home Light and Water Planle, etc.; Luxe What Is C O N S E R V A D O R ? It is an inner door behind the main door, lined ·with shelves for storing most frequently used items. It opens automatically at a touch of a button. It keeps the warm air out and the cold .air in the main food connpartm.cnt while you are removing or replacing items needed most often. See it today. Learn why the National Inventors* Congress awarded it First Prize as the most useful household invention. Y OBS cas " FHIBBJIIOCS-MOltSE with 3he e®N§ER¥HB@I for no more than the cost of an ordinary refrigerator or refrigerators made to sell at a price No longer need your desire for economy prevent you from having anything but the finest in home refrigeration. Nor, need you purchase a refrigerator without the great modern feature-the CONSERVADOR. A miracle of modern business has happened. So many thousands of women have seen the Fairbanks" Morse Refrigerator with the exclusive, patented CON- SERVADOR--that they have purchased in huge numbers. The huge demand has made possible great savings in manufacturing costs. These savings Fairbanks - Morse passes on to you. Savings as great as $SQ.OO on a refrigerator for an average size family. Now, the desire for economy need not bar your home from the advantages in refrigeration which only a Fairbanks-Morse can give. SeQ YOU? DaB!eff Todayl Before you buy any refrigerator at any price, play safe! See the Fairbanks-Morse at your dealer's and then -weigh values. PHONE 160G 302 SOUTH MONROE

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