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February 15, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 1934 PLANS FOR GENERAL FEDERATION COUNCIL MEETING MADE ° · -- * »__ Farewell Party Is Given Pair Moving From Floyd FLOYD, Feb. 15--A farewell courtesy was given Wednesday by a large number of friends and neighbors for Mr. and Mrs.. Chet Knowlton at their home northeast of Floyd. A picnic dinner was served to 29. Mr. and Mrs. Knowlton are moving to Charles City from the farm where they began housekeeping. Mr. Knowlton has Jived here 70 years. HOME DEMONSTRATION LESSON PRESENTED The third home demonstration meeting was held at the A. M. Madsen home Wednesday afternoon. Miss Ada Raake directed the lesson, which was the making of purses and collars. Eight women were present. The next meeting will be held at the C. W. Bistline home March 26, when a style show will be given displaying garments made from suggestions given at the meetings. TRY KRESGE'S FIRST THE STORE OF GREATER VALUES Full Fashioned Pure Silk First Quality New Spring Shades Oiu- Hosiery Is Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction Pair Reinforced Heel and Toe to give extra wear. Service and Chiffon Weight KRESGE'S GREEN FRONT 25c TO $1.00 STORE 9 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. \«« ,,, itf'-* -^0' v,*'' " N ^ Regular s l Values in New Spring DRESSES C · All Brand New · Every Dress Vat Dye · Dozens of Styles · Good looking patterns There's 110 mistaking the extraordinary values in tliia special sale. We think you'll especially like the colorful patterns and the clever style touches that make each drcsa so different from ordinary wash frocks. On sale now. GREEN FRONT 25c TO 51.00 STORE 9 SOUTH FEDERAL Women Plan M e e t i n g at Hot Springs Controversial Subjects of Interest to Women to Be Heard. WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 15.-Discussion of outstanding controversial subjects of special interest o women will constitute a part of 'he program of the council meeting )f the General Federation of Women's clubs to be held in Hot Springs Ark., May 21-26. Birth control leg- slation, a subject much in the pubic eye just now, will be discussed affirmatively by Margaret Sanger, resident of the national commit- ec on federal legislation for birth control, inc. There will also be a speaker for the negative side. There vill also be presented speakers )oth for and against equal rights "or women. Mrs. Grace Morrison Poole, president of the general federation, announces that the keynote of the council meeting will be, "Your old men shall dream dreams, your I'oung men shall see visions." (Joel 2:28), having in mind that, "without vision the people perish." Wonen and men of national promin- snce will be heard in a discussion of oresent day problems and their solution, and there will be reports of work accomplished and plans for uture projects by the chairmen of he nine major departments of vork as follows: American citizen- hip, Miss Emily Louise Plumley; American home, Mrs. Walter W. ·eymour; education, Mrs. Fred L] "igeou; fine arts, Mrs. Henry C. Baylor; international relations, Mrs ^aura Waples McMullen; juniors, rs. Edward M. Land; legislation. Mrs. S. Blair Luckie; press and -mblicity, Mrs. Arthur G. Cbristen- en; public welfare, Miss Julia K raffray. What of the Future. "Club Women, What of the Fu- ,, ,..,,,, _,,.,, u r e r will be the subject of a mittee and the contact chairman is ymposium which will occupy one Mrs. Eugene B. Lawson, first vice f the evening programs, when each president of the general federation. itate federation president will Mrs. H. S. Godfrey of Minnesota, ipeak for two minutes on what she chairman of music for the federa- oresees in club work for the fu- tion, will be assisted by leading MILITARY SHOULDERS "SQUARED-OFF" EFFECT GIVES INTERESTING AIR TO FROCK BUTTONING FROM NECK TO HEMLINE Globe-Gazelle 1'eerlesi 13 Cent Pattern, 300 firth Avenue, New Vori l;Uv ·US DIANA I)AV --^--^---- ture. Sirs. C. W. Hunter of Kansas This darling dress has the pointed bib neckline you'll like so well. It is so entirely new. and don't you think it attractive the way it buttons from neck to hem ? Lovely olive green woolen with luminous satin in toning shade accented the smart shoulder yoke. Here's an opportunity to make this jaunty outfit at just the cost of the material and a few hours of your time. Style No. 603 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 35, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39 inch material with ',2 yard of 39 inch contrasting for dress; coat requires 2/j yards of 54 Inch material and 39 Inch lining. ii yards of Pattern includes dress and coat. As a separate dress, it's stunning in black rough crepe silk with vivid coppery red yoke and red metal buttons. The Essence of Fashion!. All summed up for you is this exciting book of fall and winter fashions, and patterns. If you pride yourself on being in the "fashion know," you can't afford to miss It. You'll 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 preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, York City. 200 Fifth avenue, New- program com- wbere QUALITY comes first SINCE THEY MUST BE WASHED . . . Play Safe With Color-Guard Care We've gone into the science of washing--the composition of fabrics, the why's of color--because we knew that only in this way could we give you SAFETY in washing' everything! Curtains are not easy things to do. Therefore we glory in doing them. Each pair we finish is an-, other proof that there's a way to SAVE COLOR--preserve fabric. That way is COLOR-GUARD. LYONS PHONE 600 LYONS Launderers and Dry Cleaners ITRY KRESGE'S FIRSTI A SALE of SHIRTS All Brand New Good Quality Broadcloth MEN'S SHIRTS These ITIC.H O O n i i l l O ordinarily coBtmuch more. We have only a limited quantity and they won't last long at this price. In Vat dye broadcloth. Fancies, bines and G R E E N FRONT 25c TO $1.00 STORE 9 SOUTH FEDERAL musical artists of Arkansas in arranging musical programs for the several sessions. A national broadcast will feature the meeting. Mrs. W. F. Lake of Arkansas is chairman of the local arrangements which will Include a dinner given by the Arkansas federation for the board of the general federation followed by a reception by the state federation president, Mrs. S. H. Mann, at which time she will be assisted by the presidents of neighboring states, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Missouri and Texas. Opening Reception. On Sunday prior to the opening of the council, Mrs. Lake will be hostess for a reception at the Arlington hotel, which will not only be official headquarters, but will also house the sessions. On Saturday, following the close of the council, the hostess state will offer a play day, a day of recreation and sightseeing.' In addition to general and state federation officials, the president of every one of the 14,600 clubs belonging to the general federation, is entitled to attend the council as a delegate, and all club .women are welcome as visitors. General federation officials in charge of the council are: President, Mrs. Poole; first vice president, Mrs. Lawson; second vice president, Dr. Josephine L. Peircc; recording secretary, Mrs. Saidie Orr Dunbar; treasurer, Mrs. Edward Hammett. Social Calendar THURSDAY Tusalnta club-0:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Valentine party. Women's Catholic Order of Foresters-- 7:30 o'clock, Holy Family school. L. U. G. A. club-Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Madsen, midwinter dinner. Athenian club-7:45 o'clock, Mrs. W. B. McGrane, ! 711 Connecticut avenue southeast, current events, Mrs. J. Frank Hayes, Mrs. F. M. Nangle, lesson, Mrs. John Scnneff. Monroe-Washington C. S. C.-7:45 o'clock, Mrs. M. B. Miller, 1004 Monroe avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. Joel Hanes, "Leisure Activities." American Legion auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. O. D. of A.-Eagles hall. High School P. T. A.-8 o'clock school, selections from "Naughty Marietta," talk by the Rev. George K. Davies. FRIDAY Daughters of Veterans-7:30 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium, patriotic program. Progressive cluh-- 8 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davidson. Jefferson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Baptist Mission circle-Postponed. Missionary union-2:30 o'clock, Presbyterian church, day of prayer, Mrs. Margaret Kearns Muller, speaker. Roosevclt,Tnckson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Cnlvary Luthcrnn Guild -2 o'clock, church. Congregational Women-Church, group 3 In charge. RcbekaliK-- 7:30 o'clock, I. 0. 0. F. hall, initiation. Grant P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school. SIRS. SAM KITs'lS HOSTESS TO GROUP Mrs. Sam Kitsis entertained the Senior Hadassah Wednesday afternoon at her home, 1111 First street southwest. Bridge was played at three tables with high score prizes going to Mrs. Sam Woldman and Mrs. Julius Cohen. L i t e r a t u r e Hears Talk About Novel Mrs. Lloyd Roberts Gives Review of "Within This Present." Mrs. Lloyd Roberts reviewed "Within This Present," a recent novel by Margaret Ayer Barnes at a meeting of the literature department of the Woman's c'.ub Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. Tracing the life of the author, Mrs. Roberts said that Mrs. Barnes was born in Chicago in 1886, attended the University School for Girls there and received her B. A. degree from Bryn Mawr In 1907. She served as a director there for three years and in 1910 was married. She became a writer in seeking a pastime during a six months' period when she was forced to lie in plaster casts, recuperating from an automobile accident, Mrs. Robert said, and her writings had immediate success. Knows Chicago Well. "Mrs. Barnes knows Chicago and renders it convincingly," Mrs. Roberts said. "She tells the story of a large family well and she understands completely the last few decades. 'Within This Present' is a novel of the depression which leaves its reader with courage to face the future. It Is the epic of a poat war generation and of the world which came to an end in 1932." Mrs. Roberts told the story of "Within This Present" which is an account of the Sewalls, an important Chicago family whose members are numerous, conservative and cultured. It is essentially the story of Sally and begins in 1914 when she is 16. At 19 she married Allan McCloud, the son of her father's business associate. Allan has enlisted and she with two other officer's brides spend a few months living in a boarding house near their husbands' camp. Marked By War. The war marks the family in the death of Sally's brother and the fiance of Rose McCloud, Allan's sister. Allan comes back, one of an unsettled member of the war generation and he and Sally make their home in a large residence at Lakewood. After the market crash, Allen becomes infatuated with a friend of Sally's, Mazie. Sally leaves him and goes to New York to be with, her cousins, Kathleen and Cora. She meets Oliver Walnwright who wishes tq marry her. During a visit in Chicago,. a reconciliation is effected between Sally and Allan and they begin together to rebuild the family fortune which has crumbled in the depression. Wilson Association Plans Program for Tuesday at School Wilson Parent 'Teacher association will sponsor an evening of entertainment Tuesday evening at 7:15 o'clock at the school. The program will include music by the Wilson school orchestra, tap dancing by Theo Hunt and Betty Jean Lapiner, music by the N. R. A. trio and a play, "The Kleptomaniac," by the mothers of the association and teachers. The "DO-Dads" orchestra, composed of fathers of the school, will play. The program will be followed by a social hour. ,j. BEBEKAH STAFF SPONSORS BRIDGE Bridge and 500 were played at 18 tables at a benefit party sponsored by the Rebekah staff Wednesday afternoon at the I. O. O. F. hall. High score bridge prize went to Mrs. K. W. Eades and low to Mrs. B. W. Banker. Mrs. George Thompson won high score 500 prize and Mrs. S. M. Decker, low. The affair was one of a series which will be held every Wednesday afternoon. A traveling prize will be awarded at the close of the affair. Refreshments were served following the play. Disarmament won't do it. You can cuff a thief's hands, but the surest method is to teach him not to steal. --Fountain Inn Tribune. Newly Married Pair to Leave for South MclNTIRE, Feb. 15.--Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Recce Flack, Jr.', who were married Jan. 29 at the Congregational church in Charles City will leave in three_ weeks for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will make their home. Mrs. Flack svho was Catherine Nasena Johnson before her marriage is the daughter of W. H. Johnson, west of Mclhtire, and Mr. Flack, Jr., is the son of T. R. Flack of Mclntire. They were graduated from the Mclntire high school and Mrs. Flack also attended the Maion City high school. The Rev. G. A. Hess officiated at the wedding and a dinner followed at the home of the bridegroom's uncle, D. E. Lang, in Charles City. To End a Cough In a Hurry, Mix This at Home Savea Big Dollars! No Cooking! Millions ^ of housewives have found that, bj- mixing their own cough medicine, tbcy get ft purer, more effective remedy. They use a recipe which costs only one-fourth as much as readymade medicine, but which really has no equal for breaking up obstinate coughs. From any drusRist, get 2A ounces of Tineic. Pour this into a pint bottle, and add granulated sugar syrup to fill up the pint. Tho ayrup is easily'made with 2 cups sugar nod one cup water, stirred a few moments until dissolved. IV o cooking needed, ft's no trouble at all, and makes the most effective remedy tlrat money could buy. Keeps perfectly, and children love its taste. Its quick action in loosening the phlegm, clearing Hie «ir passages, and soothing away the inflammation, lias caused it to be used in more homes t n n n any other cough remedy. S'V'l-* hI R h 'y concentrated compound of Norway Vine, famous for Its nealmg effect on throat membranes. It is guarnnttcd to give prompt relief or money refunded. RS. EDWIN PERCY CHASE of Atlantic is being presented by the Deborah Franklin chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution aa a candidate for the office of state librarian. Mrs. Chase has served as recording secretary, historian and regent of the Deborah Franklin chapter and managed, as chairman, the dedicatory exercises for the chapter's memorial marker in 1832. Young Women's Council Meets at Pauley Home Mrs. Ray Pauley and Miss Esther Baker were hostesses when the Young Women's council of the Y. W. C. A, met Wednesday evening at the Pauley home, 83 River heights, for a business session and Valentine party. Doris Miller led devotions arid Arloene Janssen gave the council report. Margaret Hotchkin reported for the Tusalata club and Florence Hamstreet for the T. N. T. club. r Plans were discussed for the nationwide business girls' banquet to be held March 30. The committee in charge includes Helen Mayer, Florence Hamstreet and Myrtle Cardey. The midwinter business girls conference to be held Feb. 17 and IS at Ottumwa was announced. A number from Mason City will a 1 tend. Dora Newcomb and Margaret Warner were taken in as representatives of the Standard Oil company. Following the business meeting' games were played and refreshments served. Mrs. F. A. Stevenson, Mrs. Irene Webster, Miss Elsa Trulson and Miss Janssen assisted the hostesses in serving. W. G. T. CLUB MEETS FOB VALENTINE FAKTV Mrs. .Leslie Allan, 1128 Bast State street, entertained the W. G. T. club Wednesday at a Valentine party. Mrs. J. p.. Qualey, president, had charge of the business meeting after which 500 was playd with high score prize going to Mrs. G. R. Wlnchell and low to Mrs. W. O. Crawford. Mrs. O. Belseth will t- the nest hostess. MISS MARY SHORT HOSTESS AT DINNER Miss Mary Short entertained the teachers of Gal-field school at dinner Wednesday evening at the Cerro Gordo hotel. Following dinner the time was spent informally. Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less -- Since 1920 ·OURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE/ Put a bit of Spring into your wardrobe with a New"DeKaye" Frock UALITY ^ULT THIS B U S I N E S S , These are the kind of dresses that take hold of you and make a new person of you. They bring gaiety. They make you young-, and bright and cheery. You'll be ready to step out with your smartest friends in them! Lovely quality silks, in prints, bright colorings, -navy and black. Many have print combinations, which is a fashion Paris decrees this season! One and two piece styles. Sizes for women, misses, juniors and stouts. Priced from "SEE YOU TOMORROW" Others Priced $17.75 to $39.75

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