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! ,, ff. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 6 · 193* WOMAN'S CLUB MEMBERSHIP TOO LARGE FOR AUDITORIUM Board Seeks Remedy for S i t u a t i o n Club to Send Delegate to Make Protest to Iowa Federation. The business of revising the bylaws of the Woman's club was continued at the March board meeting Tuesday morning when it was voted to discontinue the privilege of bringing resident guests to meetings. The rule will not go in effect until next year. The matter of limiting the membership of the club was discussed and it was decided that limiting the meetings to members only would make it unnecessary to curtail the membership since both plans arose from the difficulty of finding a place large enough to accommodate with comfort the members of the club. Meet in Armory. In order to accommodate the members and guests at the next general meeting, March 13, when I)r. Robert Hutchins of the University of Chicago will speak, it was decided to hold the meeting in the. armory. The protest committee report was made by Mrs. Stuart N. Grummon and it was voted to send Mrs. Grummon to the spring council meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs with the protest which asks .that article one, section 2, division A of the by-laws of the state organization be changed to provide that any club with dues of $2 or less a year whose membership reaches or exceeds 300 will have the full privileges of membership in the federation on payment of 35 cents per capita for the 300 members. Nominating 1 Committee. The report of the nominating committee was made by Mrs. J. Curtis Amen. This will be voted on by the general membership March 13. Mrs. B. Raymond Weston announced that the Iowa Artists' club exhibit in the library was scheduled to be open to the public from 7:30 to 9 o'clock Tuesday evening. Mrs. Grummon announced that Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern Relatively speaking, this applique block is a newcomer both to the tulip family and the quilt field. Its growing popularity is accounted for by its originality of design and the ease with which it may be appli- qued. The colors, rose, green, purple and yellow, are one of the most popular aad attractive combinations. This pattern is from Quilt Booi: No. 17 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin not to Mason City but to Quilt department. Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. li. Mrs H. B. Hasbrouck had been named chairman of the current events department to succeed Mrs. E. S. Selby. The musical comedy burlesque. "Uncle Tom's Stabbin'" to be presented by the junior women's department on March 27 was announced and it was voted that tire department be privileged to open this meeting to the pu'oilc. THRIFTY FIXERS MEET AT KAIGHTS Thrifty-Fixers 4-H club met at the home of Chadleen and Amy Haight for a program and study ot the selections for the music memory contest. Refreshments were served and the next meeting announced for April 7 at the home of Mildred Johnsen. Wall Paper and Paint IT'S SPRING! BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME-- IT PAYS! ;R. MICKEY COMPANY Paints, Varnishes, Wall Paper, picture Framing, etc. 108 FEDERAL AVENUE SOUTH MASON CITY, IOWA Plans Made for Coming Club Season Twentieth ,Centurians Elect New Officers at Meeting. Plans for the coming year are included in the activities of the study clubs as the present club year nears its end. Twentieth Century club elected Mrs. H. C. Fricsncr president at its meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. 0. A. Lueders, 19 Fifth street northwest, with Mrs. R. L. Jackson as hostess. Mrs. Lee P. Loomis was named vice president; Miss Laura Kern, secretary, and Mrs W. A. Westfall, treasurer. The lesson which was a .magazine review was led by Mrs. R. M. Witwer. The progrni committee for the coming year was appointed at the meeting of the Maria Mitchell club Monday at the x home of Mrs. B. F. Weston, 710 Adams avenue northwest, to include Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. Weston and Mrs. R. B. Irons. Mrs. G. M. Woodruff had the lesson. Chautauqua club abandoned its regular study routine for a tea Monday afternoon at the home di Mrs. Roy Felt, northwest of the city with, Mrs. Felt and Mrs. George Senior as hostesses. -The pastel shades were used in the decoration and table appointments' and Mrs. Jay Lorenz, president oS the club, and Mrs. Wayne McGowan, secre-1 tary-treasurer, poured. Mrs. L. R. Woodward, 507 East "tate street, was hostess to the Monday club at its meeting when Mrs. Alice Brown gave an account of "Our Relations With Canada" and Mrs. C. C. Vail reviewed "Railway Builders." T. A. E. club met with Mrs. Herbert Winter, 31 Fourteenth stieet northeast, Monday afternoon. Mrs. George O'Neil reviewed. "White Bird Flying" by Bess Streeter Aldrich. IN PRINT FOR SPRING RAGLAN SLEEVES, DRAPED NECKLINE COMBINE TO MAKE SMART FROCK; SIMPLE PATTERN TO FOLLOW Ulobc-Uoiflle Pnrlen 10 Ifcnl ruttem, «l)0 Fifth Avenue, Nea Voru CJtjr Uj DIANA DAY Every woman knows she can't have too many gay little frocks of crepe silk print for spring. Today's dress is just as charming as can be for immediate as well as for spring is navy and powder blue print. And incidentally, it's slimming to the figure, so will suit many ages. And easy-to-make is one of its star qualities. Tha bodice is quickly fashioned with its raglan sleeves and draped neckline. Then again, you might prefer a dress of plain crepe, black, navy, bright red or soft brown shade would prove charming. Style No. 496 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39- inch material. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting spring fashion book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. v Price of pattern , 10 cents ii stamps or coin coin is preferred) Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, bu address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Bits About 'Em .Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt have returned to their home in Hampton after a short visit here. Mrs. Schmidt, state organizer for the R. N. A., had charge of the reorganization of the R. N. A. juvenile lodge here during her stay. * * * Mrs. R. W. Fischbeck, 1104 .Vdams avenue northwest, is spending some time in Ottumwa where she was called by the illness of her father. * * * Mrs W. O. LaDuke of Swaledale and Mrs. John Urbatch of Austin, Minn., who sailed from San Francisco on the S. S. Malolo, Feb. 16 have arrived in Hawaii where Mrs. LaDuke is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. J. Nolan at Ewa and Mrs. Ur- batch is the guest of her grandchildren, Mrs. Fred Hartman and John Urbatch at Hilo. w e * Kenneth L. Furber who has been isiting here for the past week has left for his home in Chicago. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED TO COUPLE Fred R. Kasik, 29, and Alma Louise Kasik, 27, both of Mason City have been granted a license to wed. -- ·:·-- WALIvNER-YOTJNG FOREST CITY, March 6.-- A marriage license was issued to Harold E. Walkner, 21, and Avis Grace Young, 18, both of Forest City. . CUPID: "What a siren you turned out to be, Claudette--I always knew that ABC skin of yours would devastate the world." CLAUDETTE: "It was your own idea, Dan, this 'Approved By Cupid' complexion." CUPID: "And a very good idea, too." CLAUDETTE: "Using your Lux Toilet Soap is certainly the simplest way to have lovely skin. How did you get onto it originally, Dan?" CUPID:" I wanted some leisure in my old age --and I found that when a girl uses Lux Toilet Soap I don't have to work. The beaux just hang around her doorstep 'til she marries one of them." Has Cupid given your skin his approval? Of the 694 important Hollywood actresses, including all stars, 686 have taken Cupid's advice--they use fragrant, white Lux Toilet Soap. You can have just as glamorous skin as theirs-- \vin hearts as easily. Social Calendar TUESDAY hild Study club-6:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., pot luck dinner. . N. T. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. nity chapter No. 58 0. E. S-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple. lio club-Mrs. B. A. Webster, 8 Beaumon drive, lesson, Miss Ruth Stevens. aptist V. W. A-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. R. Bappe 625 Maryland avenue southeast. race Evangelical Missionary ociety-- 7:30 o'clock, church, tenth anni very program. ast Side Social circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Lars Gulbran son, church parlors. [. T. T. club-8 o'clock, Ann Boschert, 28 Four teenth street northeast. ·resbyterian Women-S o'clock, Monroe school, pagean of shawls. Vomen of the Moose-Eagles hall. WEDNESDAY I. T. T. club-1 o'clock, Ford Hopkins, lunch eon, Mrs. L. M. Wood, hostess. Current Events department-1 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. W. W Remington. IcKinley C. S. C.-2 o'clock, school. )ur Saviour's Ladles aid -2 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs Louis Erickson, hostess. Mphians-- 2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. F. B A. Kirsten, "French Opera." Coterie club-Mrs. John Balfanz, 11 Rive heights, Mrs. E. J. Hendrickson hostesses. txval 10 club-Mrs. George Nelson, 135 Twenty third street southwest. Olivet Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. 0. C. Hanson 504 Twenty-first southeast. Northeast Central Lutheran Guild-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Carl Rye, 5 WU low dri.e, Mrs. Enoch A. Norem assisting. P. E. O. GN-Mrs. W. A. Westfall, 31 Tenth .street northwest, Mrs. R. H. Brett, Mrs. F. R. Winegar, hostesses, election -of officers and delegates. Auxiliary to B. of B. T.-2 o'clock, Y. W, C. A. Spanish War Veterans auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. A. M. C. and B. W.-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Yeomen-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. P. E. O. DZ-- 8 o'clock, Mrs. F. C. Goodman, 1205 South Federal avenue, election of officers. _.;._ FREESE-NAUMAN. RUDD, March 6.--Miss Tillie H. Nauman and Harold W. Freese were married by the Rev. Clarence Budensick at his home. They will be at home on a farm near Algona the last of this week. Mr. Budensick, Wesleyan Methodist minister, who is conducting meetings at Zumbrota, Minn., came home to perform the wedding ceremony and to conduct the Sunday services. --*-NAU-JOHNSON DECORAH. March 6.--Miss Dorothy Nali, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Nali of Decorah, and Clarence Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson of Alta, were married at the Calmar Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. H. A. Preus. Attendants were Miss Marjorie Knowlton of Decorah, and Martin Connell Following the ceremony the brida, couple and 35 guests and relatives were entertained at supper at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Oehler of Decorah. Mr. Johnson is I a member of the Decorah CCC | camp. Collection of New Suits Pleases All Wide Variety of Tastes Appealed to in Spring Styles. The collection of suits this season s varied enough to give every woman exactly the kind of suit she has been wanting. The important ollections have included types from he classic tailored jacket suit to more versatile three and four piece costumes. Two-toned yarn-dyed worsteds and flecked tweed mixtures play mportant roles as fabric tweeds. There are a great many imported weeds following the decidedly smart and popular vogue for British clothes. Blues and the brown and :an ranges are of foremost importance, while where patterned fabrics are introduced, they are usually a conservative check. Types of Suits. Women who want a lot of suit! for their money should certainly make anyone of the four-piece versions their choice. These suits usually consist of skirt, a blouse or sweater, jacket and topcoat. This costume offers almost endless opportunities to enlarge the wardrobe. Many times the topcoat is full length, but whether it is, or is three-quarter or seven-eighths, it can still be useful as an extra coat to wear with other dresses or skirts. The short jacket may ^combine itself with a contrasting skirt, and thus make one more costume. The three piece suit comes in this same category, consisting of skirt, jacket, and topcoat. Sometimes the skirt and jacket may be of check with the topcoat a harmonizing monotone tweed. The coats may be reefers, balmacaans or swaggers. Another important and very new looking suit is the hip bone length jacket with matching skirt decidedly nipped at the waist, after both Chanel and Schiaparelli. These jackets are usually fastened at the side or center front with just a single clip or button, and the shoulders usually padded a bit to suggest a slightly square shoulder. These suits are seen with and without topcoats. Decidedly of British feeling is the shorter jacket suit of Norfolk inspiration. These belted jackets are distinctive and so new looking, they are sure to be a favorite of many women. Women who lead suburban lives have long been seeking just such a suit. Many of these are shown with a balmaccan type topcoat and the combination is very chic. Dross and Coat. It has been many seasons since this type of suit has been seen and it is sure to have a popular acceptance. The dress is usually one piece with wool skirt and silk top. The coat may be full, or three-quarter length, and is lined with the silk of the dress top. This suit will be a favorite of larger women who feel that wearing a blouse and skirt is not becoming and who still have a yearning for a suit. Many of the suits have gone to Schiaparelli for their inspiration and have emerged with their fullness centered at the front. This silhouette is especially smart in the knee-length jacket for when this length jacket is fitted it has a mature appearance. This feeling is entirely offset when the jacket is belted and has this new unexpected flare. Wife Preservers A dessert you can serve in a hurry is cream cheese with a tart jam or jelly and crisp wafers or crackers. Department to Meet at "Y" for Talk Mrs. W. W. Remington Will Address Group on European Trouble. Mrs. W. W. Remington will give the last of a series of five lectures to the current events department of the Woman's club Wednesday after- oon at 1 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Her topics will be "Germany Ifter One Year of Hitler--the 'light of Austria--Poland's Strate- y." Mrs. Remington will also de- ote some time to a discussion of :he problems of the United States. Mrs. H. B. Hasbrouck is the new hairman of the current events de- artment, succeeding Mrs. E. S. Sely who has resigned. Mrs. Remington's lectures which .re one of the most popular features f the Woman's club are devoted to imely topics of international scope. The meetings last from 1 until 2 i'clock. EXHIBIT OF IOWA ARTISTS CLUB IS DISPLAYED HERE Mason City is represented in the :owa Artists club exhibit in the li rary assembly by two canvases 'Summer Bouquet," by Anita S Dunn of Cedar Rapids, a former Ma son Cityan, and by "Fields in Sum mer," the work of Mrs. Harrie irabb of the Mason City high schoo :aculty. The exhibit, brought here by the art department of the Wo man's club, remains on display a :he library and may be seen from 7:30 to 9 o'clock Tuesday evening. QUALITY Be Smart and Thrifty! Get the MOST In Dry Cleaning for Your Money Suits Dresses 75c 75c UI PHONE 788 OK 789 Student Special 35--3x5 Prints and 1--8x10 Hand Painted in Oil Photograph for only $5.85 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 2272 Bagley-BccU Bldg. Sarah Fink Tells Tales to Children Storybook Characters Come Alive for Des Moines Woman. Fairy stories come alive when Sarah Fink of Des Homes tells them using both costume and mask. Mrs. Fink has begun a series of visits to the Mason City schools, telling her. stories under the sponsorship of the Lincoln P. T. A. Wearing colorful costumes and masks which she, herself, designed and made, Mrs. Fink relates the stories of "Robin Hood," "Cinderella," "Treasure Island," "Jack and the Bean Stalk," "Three Pigs and the Wolf" and "Little Black Sambo." When she growls through a pirate's lips that "we want to know where we stand," its like being in the clutches of Captain Kidd himself. The baby pig's squeal is just as realistically interpreted. Mrs. Fink began her work in Des Moines and has given fairy talks and folk lore programs there for the past four years. After her ap- pearence at the state P. T. A. convention in Marshalltown last year, many demands have been made on her for programs in various parts of Iowa. Mrs. Fink gave programs at Monroe, Washington and Harding schools Tuesday morning and at Lincoln school Tuesday afternoon. On Wednesday she will appear at Central school and at Garfield and on Thursday at Jefferson, Wilson and McKinley. Every country thinks that statesmen of other countries don't know what they are talking about--and maybe each is right about it--Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette. Snir.:;er Styles, Bolter Quality For Less--Since 1920 tOURTEST AHD SATISFACTION WITH IVERY PURCHASE FAMOUS FOR The Most Joyous Season of All Brings Spring Fashions of the "De Kaye" Character that have caught the spirit of the new and'smarter things. A riot of gay colors, a wealth of fabric beauty, and a windblown, happy air greet spring, 1934, with fashions it will be a joy to wear. Coats, Suits. Frocks as Low as 512.95 and Better "SEE YOU TOMORROW"

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