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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 26, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 26 193G FIVE jMrs.Cerney Gives Talk at Meeting President Masaryk's Life Reviewed for Woman's Club. ) Giving a background of the ! Czechoslovakia!! people of whom .Thomas Masaryk was the first president, Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney review/ ed "President Masaryk Tells His ', Own Story" by Karel Capek and i "The Tragedy of Man" by Imre Ma' dach at a meeting of the Woman's club literature department Wednesday noon at tie Hotel Hanford. Mrs. cerney pointed out that the Czechoslovakians were Slavs while the Hungarians claim to be descen- , dants of Attila, the Hun, and that \he Slavs and Hungarians have always been at loggerheads. Czechoslovakia was under the rule of Hungary, after it lost its independence in the seventeenth century, until the treaty of Versailles. Born in 1850. "Thomas Masaryk was born of Moravian and Slovakian parents in 1850," Mrs. Cemey said, speaking briefly of his childhood and education. "He is not a militaristic man, WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wiliral Calomel-And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' lo Go The liver should pour out two poands of liquid bile into your bowels daily. II this bila is not flowinKfreely. your food doesn't diitest. It junt decay" in the bowels. Gas bloats up your stomach. You get .constipated. Your whole system is poisoned and you fee] sour, conic and the world looks punk. Laxatives are only makeshifts. A mera bowel movement doesn't pet at the cause. It takes those mod, old Carter's Little Liver Pills to (ret these two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you feel "up and up". Harmless gentle, yet amazing' in makinK bile flow freely. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills by name. Stubbornly refuse anything else. 25o. and one chapter in his book is devoted to a desire for a library, rather than for the militaristic things other rulers desire. "He was an exchange professor from the University of Prague to the United States and met and married his wife here. During the war when he came back to the United States to raise money for troops, his wife was badly treated by the Hungarian government and died. His daughter was kept as an hostage until after the war. Advised Wilson. "During the war, his problem was to send 50,000 soldiers across Russia and Siberia, to the United States and across the Atlantic to France and the western front. His men accomplished the trip under tremendous difficulty and arrived in France just as the armistice was signed. Masaryk remained in the United States to confer with President-Wilson, whom he advised not to go to the peace conference. " 'The Tragedy of Man,' although it is highly acclaimed by the Hungarians as a great play by an Hungarian writer, is actually by a Slav. The author write his play 100 years ago and it has just, recently been translated into English. It has enjoyed tremendous popularity in Hungary." In Garden of Kden. Mrs. Cerney outlined the play which begins with Adam and Eve, just cast out of Eden. Adam wants to see what the world will be like in the future and Lucifer in a series of episodes shows him. The first episode is in the time of the Pha- roahs, the second, Miltiades in Greece, another in Rome in its most profligate days, the Crusades, the beginning of science, the French revolution, English capitalism and communism. Adam, depressed by what he has seen, decides to commit suicide, hut Eve stops him, telling him it will be no use because she is going to have a baby. The play ends happily with the coming of the Lord who advises that each generation will find happiness in working out its own problems. Don't Gamble With Death Use WEED tire chains See WEED advertisements on Pages 8 and 10, This Issue Sieg-Mason City Co. 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Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. 3256 140 Couples Attend Y o u n g Democratic Club Dancing Party More than 140 couples attended the dance sponsored by the Young Democratic club at the Denison clubhouse Tuesday evening. Jimmy Fleming's six piece orchestra played for dancing. Specialty numbers given during the floor show included solo dances by Dorothy Madsen and Mary Kern and an Apache dance by the two. Beverly Billman and Ruth Vander- Only One Low Priced Gar is FIRST in Everything That Counts ...TERR API. 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The Young- Democrats will have another party at the Denison club on St. Patrick's day, March 17. Tulips Think Spring Is Here, Sending Up Green Shoots in Snow Wednesday's snow storm solved one problem for F. W. Fenske, 1322 Delaware avenue southeast. For the past few days he has tried to discourage his tulips about their idea that spring is here, by putting snow on them. The tulips, like the fashion designers, think that spring arrived some time ago. They have put up tender green shoots, about two inches long, but the present storm will probably convince them. It's a dear school--experience--but tulips will learn in no other. World Day of Prayer to Be Observed by Missionary Union World day of prayer to be observed by the Women's Missionary Union will be conducted Friday at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. The program will open with devotions by the Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor of the .First Methodist church. Mrs. C. A. Knutson of Clear Lake will speak on the conference, on the cause and cure* of war, which she attended in Washington a short time ago. Mrs. Knutson has attended these annual peace meetings for a number of years. The Minster trio will sing. The meeting is open to the women of all the churches. Holy Family Ladies Aid Holds Meeting Holy Family Ladies Aid met at the school Tuesday when a visiting committee was appointed including Mrs. Ben Brasser and Mrs. John Jandersitz, west, and Mrs. Frank Tracy and Mrs. C. E. Smitts, east. Cards were played with contract prije going to Mrs. Otto Lindstrom, auction to Mrs. Guy Peters and 500 to Mrs. John Olesky. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting with Mrs. Joe Stabell and Mrs. Ernest Linnenkamp pouring. Mrs. Jack Burnett, Mrs. Irving Zeigler and Mrs. Harold Dinn were in charge of arrangements. The next meeting will be April 1 with division 2 in charge and Mrs. L. A. Page, chairman. LENTEN SERVICES ARE ANNOUNCED The Rev. W. H. Kampen Gives Details of Worship by Central Lutherans. The Lenten season at Central Lutheran church will be kept by the meditations on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ at both the Sunday morning worship at 11 o'clock and the Wednesday vesper service Pt 7:45 p. m., during the entire period ol Lent, the Rev. Walter H. Kampen, pastor, announced Wednesday. The Wednesday vesper services will concern themselves with the pictures from the Passion of Our Lord. Following arc the sermon themes: Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26. "Then Came the Day of Unleavened Bread;" Wednesday, March 4, "And When He Was Come Into Jcrusa- icm All the City Was Moved;" Wednesday, March 11. "A Garden Which Is Called Gethsemane;" Wednesday. March 18, "In the Palace of the Highpriest;" Wednesday, March 26, "In the Judgment Hall of Pilate," at which service the public examination o£ the confirmants shall be held. Maunday Thursday, April 9 the topic will be "In the Garden Of a New Sepulchre," and on Good Friday. April 10, there will be union Lutheran services from 12 noon to 3:30 p. m. on "The Words From the BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. William Hageboeck and son, Fritz. Des Moines, are visiting' at the home of Mrs. Hageboeck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gildner, 217 Fifth street northwest. * ;i: * Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. White have returned to their home in Cedar Rapids after spending a two day's visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Carlson, 511 East State street. They came for the funeral of Mrs. White's father. FREDERICK SCHULTE WEDS AT PARSONAGE Frederick Henry Schultc of Manly and Mrs. Charlotte Schultc of Hanlontown, were married at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. O. L. N. WiRdahl. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Colby of Hanlontown. Mr. and Mrs. Schulte will live on a farm west of Manly. GULUCKSON-JUHL Clair Donald Gullickson and Cleo Marian Juhl, both of Northwood, were maried by the Rev. 0. L. N. Wigdahl at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage. Joseph Gullickson and Dema Juhl attended the couple. Their home will be on a farm southwest of Northwood. Declam Winners Named. HAYFIELD--The high school declamatory contest was held in the M. E. church Sunday afternoon with the following results: Oratorical, Julia Schroer; dramatic, Marvlye Simmons: humorous. Fae Hawlcy. As all county contests have been eliminated, there were no second choices made. These winners represented this school in the first rounr! of the s t n t c contest at Crystal Lake. For Treasurer Frank L. Williams of Cedar Rapids, former treasurer of Linn county for 11 years, Wednesday announced his candidacy for the republican Humiliation for slate treasurer at the June primaries. Williams is a former president of the County Treasurers associa- t i o n of loiva and also was chairman of that organization's legislative committee. He was born on a farm north of Cedar Rapids and has been a resident of Linn county all his life except for service in the United States army during the World war. He is an active member of the American Legion. Cross" at the St. James Lutheran church. The Sunday morning services at 11 o'clock, based on Hie epistle lesions for Lent, have the following iTmon themes: On Easter day Central Ms two services, the early matins" at K a. in. and the regular 11 a. rn. service. March 1. "An Appeal to Be Reconciled to God:" March 8, "For This Is the Will of God, Even Your Sanctification;" March 15, "Walk As Children of Light;" March 22, "Stand Fast in Christian Liberty;" March 29. "A Purged Conscience;" April's, "Let This Mind Be in You." Confirmation services and April 12. Easter day, 6 a. m., "The Empty Tomb," and 11 a. m., "He Is Risen." Ill With Mumps. WESLEY--A round of mumps is being experienced here in different families. At present the Julius Studer and Leo A. Goetz homes have it, with children in the R. C. Bauer and Dr. F. A. Bonnstetter homes having recuperated. Harold and Aileen Martinck, both full grown, were critically ill with the mumps ten days ago. SPECIAL Finest qualify domestic chinaware. 56-piece set service for eight. $1645 M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Foresters' Bldg. Liberty league is a good name. Anybody who has that much money has all the liberty he wants.--Cedar Kapids Gazette. COAL On track. Best Indiana Washed Nut. PER TON Northern Lumber Co. :!» 2nd SI. S. K. I'hone 30 Immediate Relief for Burns It seems almost miraculous the way Resinol Ointment takes the soreness out of an ordinary burn or scald, soothes the pain and helps to heal the injured parts. Apply it at once, freely, but with a light touch. Cover with soft cloth and the Resinol medication will give amazing relief. Buy a jar of Resinol Ointment from any druggist. For free sample write Resinol, Dcpt. 77, Baltimore, Md. Sale Tomorrow! 200 Brand New Spring Thursday -- Friday -- Saturday A Splendid Assortment of Spring Colors! 3V2 yds, to 5*/2 yds. Sold by the piece ""JP^AJ i£ Regardless of Length I f/ PER PIECE Ho Measuring--No Wasting--No Cutting We're featuring these Dress Lengths for spring, because Silk takes the shortest route to smartness. These new Silks are more rich, more glamorous, more colorful and resplendent than ever before and they are here in a glorious array. A galaxy of silk crepes in interesting designs and weaves-for your clays about town--for your gad-about sports and shirt waist frocks--and at values that will do wonders for your wardrobe budget. Acetates ® Rough Crepes © Mateiasse Canton Crepes 9 Sport Weaves Prints These grand Dress Lengths are a sellout wherever offered. Some have enough material to make a spring suit or ensemble. Come early--see our window display and have your choice of the complete selection. These silks would regularly sell for as much as $4.50 from the bolt. Look for the "Empire State" seal which appears on both end's of each Dress Length and is your MONEY- BACK GUARANTEE of QUALITY and PERFEC TION PHONE 143-144 145

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