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_ I- 1 " Â· - . . ..-. , . _ - . . - , : . _ . ' . Â· . . . ; . . . . . . .'.. V . . . . - ' . BlABUiN L / l l I " \xLi\iDCt-\jtiXjl LK ' Â· Â·. FEBRUARY 5 M 1931 CHIOS CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT TO HAVE CLINIC Examination Will Be Made of Children Dr. Madelene Donnelly to Have Charge of Clinic. .Women who will assist at the monthly free baby clinic to be held Friday from 1 to 3 o'clock at the Y. W. G. A. include Mrs. Jay Lorenz, Mrs. R. M. Curtis,- Mrs. C. F. Starr, Mrs. Frank Finnegan, Mrs. A. W. Harroun, Mrs. A. K. Sale and Mrs. H.'E: Cunningham. Dr. Madelene Donnelly will be the physician in charge. The clinic is sponsored monthly by the child conservation department of the Woman's club. Children are brot to the clinic to be weighed, measured and examined. Gold stars are awarded for perfection in measurements. No prescriptions are made and in case a defect is discovered the x child is referred to the family physician. Â·Â· ' --Â·:Â·-- ME, AND MRS. GAEYR1 ENTERTAIN AT DINNER. , Mr. and Mrs." William E. Gaffri, 2027 Carolina avenue northeast, entertained at dinner Wednesday evening on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gust Gaffri and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Gaffri and family, Mrs. Herman Gaffri, Alice Gaffri,'Frederick Gaffri,i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gaffri, Mr. and Mrs. George Faktor, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tobsing, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krieger, Mr. and Mrs. George Krieger anc Otto Stowe. Mr. and Mrs. Gaff were married 25 years ago in Be lin, Germany, and have.lived in Ma son City since they came to th United States in 1910. Several gift were presented to them. --Â·;._ MRS FRANKLIN BOOTH HONORED AT SHOWER, Mrs. Franklin Booth, daughter o: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Pierce, 142 Virginia avenue northeast, was hon ored at a miscellaneous shower giv en at the home of her parents Wett TO PLAY FOR DANCE The LJoyd Wells orchestra of the Wisconsin Roof Garden, Milwaukee, has been chosen to play for the P. G. and E. Employes' club Valentine, dance to be held in the armory Monday evening, Feb. 9. This musical organization is known'to Mason City dance, fans as it appeared'here at the time of the football hop in November. Unusual lighting effects and novel decorations have been arranged for this public affair. Don't Squeeze Blackheads --Dissolve Them Squeezing out blackheads makes them large, ugly pores. The safe and sane way to get rid of these blemishes is to dissolve them. Get two ounces of Calonite powder from your drug store, sprinkle a little on a hot, wet cloth, rub over the blackheads, and every one, big or little, will disappear at once. nesday evening. Five-hundred wa played during the evening an luncheon served. The guests includ ed Mrs. Frank Sanford, Mrs. Le Risacher, Mrs. D. Zoller, Mrs. E mer Pearson, Mrs. Harry Wolte Mrs. C. C. Wallbaum, Mrs. Charle LaRoe, Mrs.v C. Currier, Mrs. L Walter, Mrs. Sever Olson, Mrs. C J. Pierce,. Mrs. B. Donaugh, Mrs J. P. Danielson, Mrs. A. Stewar Mrs. I. Children, Miss Armita Wai ter and Miss Marguerite Olson, number of gifts were presented t the honoree who was married thre weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Booth are making their home with the bride's parents. Judge Accuses Sleuths of Nye in Davis Affair WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. UP)-The charge that agents of the sen- te campaign funds committee were eeking information detrimental to Senator James J. Davis was made efore the committee today by udge J. Frank Graff of Armstrong ounty. v Social Calendar HELP ME. CARRY -.THIS HAMPER DOWNSTAIRS. DONTTEUUME YOU'RE.GOING TO SCRUB ALL THIS WASH! SlLLYr OF COURSE NOT. I USE RINSO. THE HARD-WATER SOAP THAT SOAKS CLOTHES SNOWY WHITE. WASHDAY IS "EASY WITH RINSO these rich, safe suds make clothes gleam. l^~*~Â«*z*Â«Â£*sz The granulated h THURSDAY B. P. W. clufc-- 6:30 o'clock, First Methods church, A. L. Rule to talk on "Lincoln." G. F. S. Seniors-7:15 o'clock, Mrs. Sidney Bowen 103 Connecticut avenue southeast election of officers. Beryl Grove No. 135 Woodmen circle-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Mystic Workers-8 o'clock, .Labor hall. Immnnnul Martha society-8 o'clock, Mjss Cecelia Gustafson, 232 Fourteenth street southwest. \lilwaukce Woman's club-8 o'clock, clubrooms, card party. FRIDAY N. D, club-2 o'clock, Mrs. L. A. Stevens, 412 Sixth street northwest, ucky Lindy club-Mrs. Herman Bohnsack. ood Cheer Lodge-8 o'clock, Eagles hall, card party. Uvet Ladles' aid-- Â· 6:30 o'clock," church basement, colonial..dinner,--Mrs;- Flarup's division" in charge. St. John's Guild-1 o'clock, Mrs. G. N. Beemer, 224 Third street northeast. Presbyterian Ladies aid-1 o'clock, church, Mrs. L. E. Valentine, chairman, election of officers. First Methodist Foreign Missionary society-1 o'clock, church, guest luncheon Congregational Women's union-Church, group 2 in charge. Baby Clinic-1 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Women's Missionary Society of th Church of Christ-1 o'clock, -Y. W. C. A., luncheon talk by Dr. Stella Mason. Roosevelt-Jackson Child Study cir cle--- 2:30 o'clock, Roosevelt school Mrs. E. H. Schultz, leader of les son on "What Pre-School Chili Needs." Baptist Missionary society-Postponed until Saturday. River Heights circle-Mrs. A. J. Carman, 537 Sixth street southeast. Queen Rebekah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, lodge work and social hour. Kill Kare KJub-- 'Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kiser. G. F. S. Candidates-,4:15 o'clock, pariah house. Bethlehem Steel Buys McClintic-Marshall With Trade of Stock NEW YORK, Feb. 5. UB--Formal announcement of the acquisition by Bethlehem Steel corporation of all the fabricating properties of the McClintic-Marshall c o m p a n y of Pittsburgh was' made today. Bethlehem will pay for the property 'With 240,000 shares of its common stock, : having a current market value of approximately ?12,000,000 and $8,200,000 in 4% per cent notes. It will also assume all liabilities of McClintic-Marshall, including $12,000,000 in bonds outstanding. Class Piano Pupils Play in R e c i t a l Musical Takes Place in St Joseph Parish Hall. Class piano pupils and private students in the junior music class of St. Joseph school were heard in recital Wednesday evening in the school hall. The class piano demonstration was the first of its kind given at the school. Each child taking the work played Â· one of the songs learned during Ihe first semester while all the others in the class sang and acted in rhythm with the music Besides playing a short solo number, each of the class piano pupils took part in a duet, trio, song or musical reading. Following is the list of pieces and performers in this part of the recital. "Soldier, Soldier," chorus with solo parts by Tommy Burke and Georgia, Wabgchall; "I Want to Be a Senior," musical reading, Jack Finn; "Spring Breezes," sextet Myrne Donaldson, Margaret Rooney Jean Phalen, Catherine Foshusta Beatrice Chamberlain, S u z a n n e Larkoski; "Twinkle and Winkle, song, Dan and Pat Pbalen; "Licking the Frosting ! Dish," reading Jack McGrarie; "Circus Day," qhar- tet, Ann Casey, Anastasia Nelson Mary Jane PoshusW, '.Â·'. Margare Lownsberry; , "Washing Dishes,' song, Paul Connor; "Sunday After noon," musical reading, Kathleen McDonald; "I'm Going to Tell My Ma on You," song, Jack and~Marj Ellen Hayes. In the private pupils' division of the recital the following solos were played: "Celestial Voices" by Delia- field, Mary Colloton; "An Evening Tho't" by Drumheller, Mary Agnes Connor; "Twinkling Toes" by Anthony, Grace Marie Ryan; "Throwing Kisses" by Heins, Yvon McGrane; "In Merry Mood," Hulbert Finnegan; "Under the Willows" by Anthony, Vivian Radcliff; "Graceful Beauty" by Hoist, Phyllis Cain; "Petite Mazurka de Concert" by Dellafield, Rita Marie Dugan. Grace Marie Ryan, accompanied by her sister, Doris Ryan, sang. 'Down the Trail to Home Sweet Home" by Ball. Hulbert Finnegan recited a humorous poem, "A Run- nin' the Church Fair." "Gossip" was a musical reading given by Phyllis Cain, with Maud Emily Cain at tie iia.no.' , '' Â· Three orchestra selections and hree trios were the other numbers n the. program. The trios x were Drumnellers 5 '"Bridal* Bells" .played by Mar^y ;Colloton, Â·;. Phyllis - Cain; Wary Agnes Connor; "Dancing Fairies" played by Vivian Radcliff, Ann Casey, Rozellen Chilson; "Awakening of the Birds" by Yvonne McGrane, Rita Marie Dugan, Grace Marie Ryan. --.Â·:Â·-- Flag Essay Contest. ERIE, Pa.--A flag essay contest was recently conducted by Rogers Israel Post 11 of the American Legion. The contest consisted of answering a list of 60 questions on flag courtesy appearing in a local newspaper over t period : of two weeks and then writing an essay on the history and display of the flag. STOLEN CAR IS RECOVERED HERE Police Make, Arrest Before Thief Is Reported '- at Mankato. ' Mason City police arrested Earl Swanft Charles City, and recovered a car stolen from Mankato, Minn., before the jtheft had been reported to police there Thursday morning. The automobile, a Durant coupe carrying license 96-3415 belongs to W. B. Hahn, Decorah, a traveling man, according to police records. Hahn was staying at a hotel there. Swant, arrested about 4:45 o.'clock on East State street near Pennsylvania avenue,., carried a .38 Smith and Wesson revolver loaded and a supply of extra ammunition. The weapon was in his right pocket, officers who made the arrest declared. Swant will probably be charged with carrying 'concealed- weapons, Chief F. X R. Sanford said. Officers followed the car when they noticed its license plates were too muddy to read. The car was not running.at an excessive rate of speed, officers said. Swant also had in his possession a. quantity ( of candy and several packets of cigarets without stamps When stopped he threw some candy on the ground. Police officials said they thot Swant had robbed an oi 1 station because of the candy and tobacco. Oscar Hanapel, 511 Jersey avenue southeast, was fined ?10 and costs for intoxication when he appeared at police ^ court Thursday morning to answer a charge of intoxication. Dexter Ewers, 1164 Majjie drive, arrested on North Pennsylvania avenue for speeding, was fined 55 and costs. neuritis The penetrating warmth c. , BAUIylE BENGU6 (pronounced Ben-Gay) quickly ^~"*~' toothes the inflamed nerve, ends and relieves the pain. Good for Rheumatism. ** Ask for fl ft Ben-Gay Accept No Substitute! Tnei] made VALENTINE a SAINT Wilson Would Amend Iowa Income Tax Bill DES MOINES, Feb. 5..WP)--Senator George Wilson of Polk county today filed an amendment to the income tax bill which would distribute the revenue to school districts instead of to funds for general state purposes. \ The state board of assessment and review would be empowered to apportion the Income tax revenues to the school districts on a baa la of the number of residents of school age. -tie knew how womrn l o v e - t h e ' l i t t l e tributes of affection that keep Romance aglow! 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