The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 7
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February 22, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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FEBRUARY 22 1934 Representatives at Meeting of County Home Project Clubs The county home project c'qmmit- tee with Mrs. A. if. ilatzen as county chairman met Feb. 21 at the Y. II. C. A. Representatives from the following townships attended, Lincoln, Mason, Geneseo, Mt. Vernon, Bath, Clear Lake, Lake, Portland, Owen, Falls, Grant and Lime Creek. Miss Ada Raake, home demonstration agent, discussed and somewhat revised the score card for Achievement day and Mrs. Matzezi appointed the following committee to compile a pageant, Mrs. C. H. Fromm, -Plymouth, Mrs. Donald MASON CITY GLOHE-GAZETTE Blair and Mrs. Charles Wagner of Mason City and Mrs. W. D. Conn of Burchinal. The women decided on having Achievement day on Wednesday, June 13, at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Matzen gave a report of her trip to Farm and Home week at Ames, and Miss Raake reported on the state federation meeting at DCS Moines and taught the game, "the Norwegian mountain march,'' which in costume is suitable for township and community meetings. _.;._ I/enten Services Held. JO1CE--The Rev. L. F. Scheie is holding a series of Lenten services on the seven last words of Christ. Meetings are nt the church every Thursday evening from, now until Easter. SWAGGER SUITS Have Achieved Great Popularity! Come Choose Your Favorite! These Features: ...Full-Length Coats- So Smart! ...Self Ties or Silk Scarfs--So New! ...Tucked Sleeves in Clever Treatments! ...Tweeds or Matelasse --Splendid Quality! ...Marvelous Workmanship--Rich Silk Linings! ...New Blue, Shrimp, Gold, Green, Tan, Navy! DRESSES for Spring! Featuring new Rose and Powder Blue! Flattering Navy Sheers! Glorious new Prints in tiny floral or figured patterns! Superb print combinations! Indi- v i d u a I j a c k e t frocks! Fashion details that emphasize the new windblown silhouette! Mason City Unit Wins Mention in A, L A, Bulletin The Mason City unit of the American Legion auxiliary won mention In the February number of the Bulletin of the Auxiliary concerning its Christmas party for the children of Mason City. The item from the Bulletin follows. "Twenty-five hundred children met Santa Glaus and received gifts from him at the annual children's Christmas party, sponsored jointly by the Legion and Auxiliary of Mason City Fifteen hundred pounds of candy and 400 pounds of nuts were put up in cellophane bags, attractively tied with Christmas ribbons by the auxiliary women. One of these bags went to each child. "The party was held in the Mason City armory and the capacity of the big building was taxed. Entertainment was provided by the junior drum corps and the grade school orchestra, directed by W. A. Storer. The party differed from those of former years in that an invitation was extended to every child in the community below the fifth grade in school. In other years attendance was limited to children of ex-service men. The day following the party, the Mason City unit (with other groups) had a Christmas tree in a park, about which all children of the city, regardless of age, were invited to gather and sing carols. Bits About 'Em M19S Peggy Senneff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sermeff, 9 Beaumont drive, Is home from Iowa City where she is a student at the University of Iowa. Miss Senneff is suffering from an attack of the Carl Grupp, Conrad Buehler and W. H. Paxton have returned from Iowa State college at Amos where they attended a retail short course in meat cutting. The course was attended by persons from all parts of Iowa as well as surrounding states. * = = ? · Mrs. E. F. Vincent, 124 West State street, returned Wednesday from the cast where she has been for the past two months. She visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Vincent at Jersey City, and also spent some time in Washington and New York. * * ·* Mrs. Olho Abel and daughter, Helen, 19 Fourth street northwest, moved Thursday to the Hotel Hanford. * * f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ftschbeck nnd family, 1104 Adams avenue northwest, have returned from Ot- lumwa where they attended the funeral of MTE. Fisehbeck'a brother, William Osier. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Parents Should Warn Child Against Taking Ride With Strangers By BKOOKE 1'El'EKS CHURCH When Mrs. Jones was a. little girl some 40 years ago, her parents laid down a hard and fact rule, and kept insisting on it until it was engraved on her mind. She must never speak to a stranger or accept any Iclnd of favor from him or her. Kidnaping Is not a. modern discovery, but has increased in frequency of late years, owing to many factors, not the least of which is the automobile. There should be an amendment to the rules of 40 years ag-o. Children should be warned ag-ainat accepting lifts from any but near friends of the family. One mother has even gone so far as to specify which friends her i children may drive with .so as to narrow down the possibilities of error. To any but the chosen few, the children return a polite refusal, explaining that they prefer to walk, or have been sent out for exercise. The rule may seem extremely severe, but there is- sufficient warrant for it. It is true that most of the people who offer rides to children do so out of the kindness of their hearts, but there is always the chance in a thousands of the driver who has sinister intentions o£ some kind, and the child cannot be trusted to judge which is which and be governed accordingly. There Is no need to frighten the child when nuch a rule is made. The young people read the papers and hear the news and are quite able to understand the danger. Generally they will be willing and glad to take reasonable precautions to guard against it. A child is warned against water, fire, traffic, and accepts the warnings without question. Certainly it is only common sense to caution them against the even greater danger of accepting casual rides from persons they do not knov,-. MISS ADAH TOMIJNSON HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Adah Tomlinson of Manly was honored at a miscellaneous shower given xt her home east of town at which 30 guests were present. The time was spent informally and refreshments were served. Miss Tomlinfion who will become the bride of L .Rnine of Chapin In the noar future received a number o£ gifts. Mrs. Paul Dobel, Mrs. Art Dobel, Mrs. Bill Craig and Mrs. Charles Schcndele were hostesses. MRS. SIOXKV WYBOUKJfY HOSTESS FOR. DAUGHTER. Mrs. Sidney Wybourney, GJ2 Washington avenue southwest, entertained at a party Wednesday afternoon in honor of her daughter, SEVEN IN BROWN AND WHITE TJHB COCKTAIL frock with the little jacket is illustrated in this pretty model in brown and white worn by Patricia Ellis, screen player. The frocl' itself is mnde of brown taffeta--a pood bet for your spring formal or scn"-Coi'nial dress. The little jacket is Viite crepe. Women of the Moose Meet in Convention Held in Washington The ilason City chapter of the Women of the Moose will lie represented at the Mooseheart Alumni association dinner, Saturday at the Willard hotel in Washington, D. C. which will be the climax 'of the midwinter meeting of the supreme council of the Loyal Order of Moose. Mrs. L. ,T. Dickinson has been invited by the local chapter to represent it. Much interest has been aroused over the program that will bo Riven by membera of the advisory council of the llooscheiirt laboratory for child research. Among those who will speak on this program are such prominent educators nnd psychologists as Dr. Charles H. Judd. dean of the graduate school of education. University of Chicago; Dr. .lohn E. Anderson, director institute of child welfare, University of Minnesota; Dr. Paul b. Sehroccler, crirn- inologist for the state of Illinois nnd director of the Institute of Juvenile Research of Chicago and Dr. H, P. Hclmholz, lieiid of the section of pediatrics of the Mayo Clinic of Rochester, Minn., and r;iany others. Mrs. Margaret E. Johnson of Wife Preservers the odris incl ends of soap in enough water to cover. Adi] i teaspoon of borax for every pint of tlio mixture, and you -will have a good soap jelly. Chicago, senior regent of Greater Chicago No. 129 will be conference lender and Mrs. .Tanc Debus of Columbia, Pi\., president of the friendship degree, will preside at the meeting when those who have been called to receive this honor will be initiated. Chairmen of stnte n nd local committees' will load the discussion on committee work. But it" tbe bridegroom's parents v.-neii, that is nn insu] to the bride nnd all her kin.--Davenport Times. Presbyterian Women Begin to Rehearse Pageant of Shawls Rehearsals for the pageant of shawls to be presented by the Presbyterian Women's society nre beginning. The pageant which is to be held March 6 tit Monore school will be a benefit for the church. The cast includes 2! persons nnd is under the direction o£ Mrs. Hobart Duncan. CHRISTENSE.V- WAKUK. COULTER, Feb. 22.--Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Christensen received the announcement of the marriage of their son, Nels C. Christensm to Miss Bernice Warrie which took place in the First Lutheran church in Oakland, Cal., the Rev. Marius Hnnsen, formerly of Coulter, officiating. Mr. Christensen is employed in the John Manville Hooting company at Pittsburgh, Cal., at which place they will reside. AKUE-TRAUM DECORAH, Feb. 22.---Announcement has been made of the marriage of Oliver Malburne Akrc, son ot Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Akrc of Pleasant township, and Miss Monafae Traum of Boulder, Colo., Feb. fl, at Denver, in St. Paul's Lutheran church, by the Rev. Mr. Hanicr. Mr. Akrc is employed at the CCC camp at Boulder, where the couple will make Its home. Gives the Laugh to Body Odor! ftew ffardulater Way End* It Instantly --Leaoct No M. S. _ _ IMeOJclneSmtll) Scienee'haa mnde a new discovery about body odor. It is caused by stale perspiration curds, and requires deep-pore cleansing. -It cannot be emlecl by ordinary soaps, because their sluggish lathers cannot reach into the pores and cleanse them. Instead the eoop combinci with the waste material and forms clogging curds I Kirk's Coco Coatila soon works in an entirely different way. No matter how hard the wntcr, this 100f pure vcKctiiblo oil SOAP breaks instantly into nBcnrchintr, ImMily l.-uhor. Thin bubbly lather cleans deep into thd porea.nctunlly removes tho embedded stiilo perspiration curds--then rinses cut completely, and in n flash. TJnia it omls body odor «( its loured Delightful to use. Kirk's Coco Coalite is entirely Tree frnm M.S. (medicine nmell) -- lenvcs your body na fresh nnd clcnn- smcllmsrnanwoodland breeze! AMirtren- crous cnkc. half agtim larger than tho average toitetconp, it is now selling nt the lowest price in history! riosuro to nak for Kirk's Castiloby name--at your grocer's. Bonnie, on her fifth birthday. There; were 16 guests and the time was spent on a treasure hunt und in playing games. Refreshments were served with a yellow and rose color scheme carried out in the decora- lions. REBEKAH STAFF GIVKS SECOND CARD UAUTY The second in a, series of card parties was sponsored by the Queen j Rctackah staff Wednesday after- non at the I.' O. O. P. hall. High score prize went, to Mrs. Ethel Scanlon and low to Mrs. J. M. Hazlett for bridge and in 500, Mrs. G. Hodges won high pri7,e and Mrs. Martin Factor, loir. Hoatesssa were Mrs. S. M. Decker, Mrs. O. C. Gutici- lach and Mrs. \V. H. Arnold. Help 'Kidneys r . Uli NlRhU. Nervousness, rihcunu(ia I'nlna. 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