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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 30 1935 WOMAN'S CLUB ACTIVITIES WILL BEGIN DURING OCTOBE: P d t E I I C T ·% I C I K I I 1 t Literature Group Will Meet Oct. 9 Raymond Kresensky to Speak at First Department Program. Raymond Kresensky of Algona will speak on "Poetry and Its Appreciation" at ihe first meeting of the Woman's club literature department, Oct. 8 at the Hotel Hanford. Luncheon will be served for those who wish it and reservations will be taken at the hotel until 10 o'clock the morning of Oct. 8. The meetings of the department have been changed from 1 o'clock to 12 o'clock and will last during the noon hour. Mrs. L. J. Stralmn is chairman of the department for the year. The change in hour and the serving of luncheon is a return to a former custom of the Woman's club. The Woman's club board members will meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the administration build- mg. The first general meeting of the club year will be Oct. 16 at the First Methodist church w h e n Stephen Leacock, humorist and lecturer, will speak. Membership cards for the Woman's club are available from the chairman, Mrs. George K. Davies, or at Yelland and Hanes. The Woman's club is open to all women who are interested in its activities. Invitation to membership is not. necessary. II Fall Cleaning MADE EASY!" Lyons Cleaners are equipped to do a complete fall cleaning job on all your household^ furnishings and all your fall clothes. Think what this means to you in convenience a l o n e . . . everything perfectly cleaned at one time. LYONS LYONS CLEANERS -- FURRIERS LAUNDERERS WIFE PRESERVERS Use the potato ricer to mash f r u i t for the frozen dessert. Luther League Holds Meeting at St. J a m e s St. J.'iines Luther league met for its regular Sunday meeting in the parlors ot the church with Carl ton Mall, vice president, in charge. The program included a piano solo by Mrs. O. Mull find the topic, "Our League the Best League," by Pearl Rohr. A question box discussion followed, with questions pertaining to local and international league work being discussed. Harold Randall sang "Asleep in the Deep," accompanied by Mrs. Mall and Florence Hohr read the history of "Sun of My Soul" which was followed by the singing of the hymn by the league. It was decided to sell Christmas cards to raise funds for the expenses of an international executive secretary, an office which will be in effect Feb. 1, 1036. The date of the fall Hawkeye federation rally at Sheffield was announced for Oct. 20 at which meeting the league will present a two act play, "The Conversion of St. Augustine," as its part of the program. Visitors Included Robert and Helen Wetterberg of Clear Lake, Raymond Rublitz of Grafton, .Jane Thome, Harold Randall and Russell Olson of Mason City. STOKKE-HALVERSON Mclvin Theodore Stokke of Thompson and Doris Marjorie Helverson of Leland were married Saturday at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl. Mr.' and Mrs. A. D. Austin attended the couple. Mr. Stokes ia music supervisor in the schools of Radcliffe. IVIARRlAr.E LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON, Sept. 30.-- Licenses to wed were Issued to L. E. Corsepius of Fayette and Letha F. Cox of Vlnton and Alvin Millnrd of Alburnett and Naomi Etlaburn or Toddville. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! BEAUTY SPECIAL Our regular $4.50 lovely Velzer Duart Perinennnt for only This wave Is Ideal for women with "baby fine" huir. No guess work. A test :url niiidc Im'luiling soft water shampoo mid flnjrt-r wave. «m every head. Uegulur $3.95 Wave for $1.95. Electric Manicures 50c. W« have iv Nail Polish In the correct shade, you rei|iilrc. JEFFERSON BEAUTY SHOP 16 First St. S. W. Jefferson Bus Depot I'hone 267 FUR-TRIMMED Distinctive in Fashion! Exceptional in Value! Unexcelled in Quality! SIZES FOR EVERYONE! 14 to 56 It's no year to be wearing last season's fur- trimmed coat--with the price so low and the quality so outstanding. This season's news flashes about style detail and fabrics should be o vital interest to every woman! We have a grand selection of colors and sizes! Come, see these coats! DAMON'S NEW DOWNSTAIRS STORE Dflmorvs 225 Attend Picnic for C. B. Letts Retiring Rural Mail Carrier Given Farewell Party at East Park. IMCTUHK ON I ' A U K 5. Two hundred and twenty-five persons of rural route 4 gathered at East park Sunday to honor Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Letts. Mr. Lolls retires Oct. 1 after 25 years of service as a rural mail carrier. A program followed the picnic dinner, with Mrs. J. C. Dickinson presiding. The program opened with community singing, lud by June Tietjens. Lois Kisnor and 1'utsy Harris Bang a duet, followed with readings by N. R. Hath, poems of Paul Lawrence Dunbar and Jiimes Whitcomb Riley. A group of numbers was presented by the Kismet club, Misses June and Delphia Tietjons, Lucille Alitz and Mrs. Irving Tietjens. Muriel Kiser read a friendship will in wnich Mr. Letts bequeathed to his successors the experience of the four seasons, and the friendship ;ind good will of the 2-10 families on the route. Mrs. E. E. Horsey presented to Mrs. Letts a floral gift from the Blackbird guldens, while Mrs. E. P. De Graw read "The House by the Side of the Road" and presented to Mr. Letts a chest of silver, a gift from his patrons. In Mr. Letts' response he spoke of the changed methods of travel nd the rood improvements during :he past 25 years, also of life's values, and closed by singing "Buikl- mg for Eternity." BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Evelyn Schrnder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Schra- dcr, 825 Third street southeast, who :s taking nurses' training at Michael Reese hospital, is expected home this week to spend a three weeks' vacation with her parents. Before coming here she will visit Miss Margaret Bumgardner in Minneapolis and the O. A. Bcerman family at Aberdeen, S. Dak. Misa Maxine Beerman will accompany her to Mason City. * * V Miss Catherine Curtiss of Iowa Ity, formerly of Mason City, who is teaching at Blairsburg visited friends here for over the week-end. * * * Miss Margaret Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Larson, 326 Fifteenth street southeast, is on T rolled at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, as a freshman. * * * George Hannaman has returned to his studies at Iowa State college at Ames after a week-end visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. F. Hannaman, 1228 Jefferson avenue northwest. i * * * Manny Hamburger of .Inncsville. Wls.. formerly of Mason City, spent the week-end here with friends. * « * Elizabeth Ann is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Leslie W. Cooknmn, 902 Sixth street southwest, for their new daughter, bom Sept. 25. * * * Bob Pearce and Howard Snhweer have left for Minneapolis where they will attend the University of Minnesota. * · « Mrs. C. H. Wright anrl daughter. Dorothy, have returned from Unionville, Mo., where they were called by the illness and dnath of Mrs. Wright's mother, Mrs. T. E. Robinson. * :* -,: Mrs. A. Brown of Chicago is visiting at tho home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Artemas Brown, 225 N i n t h street northwest. SOIIO KB. RN-FKA N7.I ·; X. NEW HAMPTON, Sept. 30.-- Mis.s Edwma Franzen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fnvnzon o( Tonia, was married Monday morning to George Schooben, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Matt Schoehon of New Hampton, 1:1 St. Boniface Catholic church in Ionia with the Rev. C. B. Goetzinger, pustor, officiating. They will live on a f a r m northwest of here after a wedding ti ip to Chi- · « £ ( . LUCKYTlCER For Half and Scalp I ' ... 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Send for your copy today! Book and Pattern together 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department. 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Mrs. W. R. Hamilton Gives Talk During Meeting at Osceola More than 100 attended the vocational conference sponsored by the B. P. W. club at Osceola at which Mrt. W. R. Hamilton, third district chairman, was a speaker. .The meeting opened at noon with a dinner for the speakers at the Osceola Country club. The party included Mrs. Max Mayer of Des Moines, Mrs. Goldie Worth of Cen- turvillc, Miss Alice Boyer, Bessie Bacon Goodrich, Dr. Mary Golden, Blythe Bonnett of Davenport, the state vice president and Blanche Maytag of Newton, the state president. After the vocational rotindtablcs which occupied the afternoon, tea was served by the Osceola B. P. W. club. Mrs. Hamilton is a past president of the Mason City B. P. W. club and present membership chairman. SOCIAL CALENDAR DINNERWARE OF QUALITY IN THE LATEST FLORAL PATTERNS SERVICE FOR SIX ", Pe " $8.50 M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Forester*' Building MONDAY I*. T. A. council-7:30 o'clock, Central school, general meeting. Triple 1). oluH-- 8 o'clock, Mrs. B. E. Mellecker, 629 East State street. TUESDAY Friendly circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. Fred Mallo, 18 Tennessee avenue southeast. D. A. II. bonrd-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Swarner, 147 Fourteenth street northwest. St. Joseph l. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, parish hnll. Women's cluh bonrd-- 9:30 o'clock, Administration building. Matinee Muslcnle-- 1 o'clock, Park Inn, lesson on "Lure o£ Music," Mrs. W. H. Hathorn. Rnptist Gildnor division-2 o'clock. Mm C. A. Mickleson, Mnrvyl apartments. Chicago N. \V. Women-2 o'clock, P. G. and E. Unity Chapter No. 58-6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, dinner followed by stated meeting at 7:30 o'clock. T. N. T-6:30 o'clock. Y. W. C. A., installation nnd initiation. Phoenician pluli-- 8 o'clock. Miss Gretclion Carlson 511 Kast State street; lesson Eleanor Mt-Lnughlin. Mason City C o u n t r y club-Club house, bridge party. .Moose lodge-8 o'clock. MOORC hall. Centrnl O. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school. mNXKSOTA COUPLE IS M A R R I K I ) IIKKE Miss Ruth Helen Ambrosen of Wl nona, Minn., and Bertram Raymom Lftugen of Springvallcy, Minn., wer married Saturday at the Trinitj Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. C L. N. Wigdahl. Mao Grace Spurle and Marie Wigdahl attended th couple. Mr. Laugen and his bind will live at Spring Vallev. --*-- MIIXS-LEONARD Miss Genevieve Leonard and Har old Mills, both of Mason City, wer married Saturday at the Trinit Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. O L. N. Wigdahl, Mao. Grace Spuhle Kasik attended them and they w§" make their home here. 2 Year Old Son Proves Problem to Worry Mother Very early some children manifest extraordinary mental agility. I present a sample. Incidentally the words "hair raising" caught my eye, and I felt a little envious of the father till I came to the end of the letter and learned that it was signed by the mother. "My dear Mr. Garry C. Myers: Our son Toby, aged two years and line months is practicing the an- loying and hair-raising habit of toring his .food between his cheeks. Ve have tried giving him the food n small quantities, but considering fiat the storing process starts from he first forkful, and only at diner time, when he is served such oods as meat, vegetables and po- atoes, that, too, has proved futile. Ie has gone repeatedly without his nuch-loved dessert to no avail. He an drink two cups of milk and still make no impression on the foods he oes not wish to swallow. In fact, e has become quite an expert in orting out the desired foods from nose he does not wish to eat , . . Tried to Reason. "We have tried to reason with im, have left him alone to eat t his leisure, and have finally come o the conclusion that we must send im to a good nursery school, or onsult a physician. Before we do ither we would kindly welcome ny advice you would have to offer. "He lacks care-free play and is xtremely self-conscious when in ne prescence of other children. When among his flock of admiring clatives, he displays an alert mind, n almost limitless energy." My reply in part was: By all means consult a physician at once nd, if possible, place your child in nursery school. The chances are hat this little lad has been clever nough to outwit you in your efforts o force food into him. And when e gets his tummy full of milk he as neither appetite nor room for ther foods. Be Unemotional. In order to succeed, you must not illow the matter to be annoying or lair raising. You will have to treat t entirely unemotionally. Whether ·ou can manage yourself to this degree I do not know. Keep milk away from him until ie has eaten, say, one very small portion of essential food. Place this ood before him and a spoon beside t; nothing more. Say nothing. Be ike a wooden post. If within a few minutes he dctos not choose to eat his food, remove it and say noth- ng. Have the meal end there and et him have no other food until the icxt regular, feeding time. Proceed n like m a n n e r the next meal. Do so, of cour.se, only if it does not conflict with your doctor's orders. EDITOR'S NOTE: A pamphlet by Dr. Myers may be obtained by sending 10 cents in coin, and a self-addreswd envelope stamped with a throe-cent stamp, to Dr. Garry C. Myers, in care of thia paper. The pamphlet ia: "Fear." YOUNG PKOl'I.K MKKT AT dirndl At the regular Sunday nighl meeting of the Young People's Fellow.*' p of St.. John's church, a pro- pram was given following the sup per and the husino.ss meeting. Tht- Rev. R. M. R«'df!nbauf*h conducted the lesson on Uio, teaching concerning the holy communion of variouf faiths. Talks were given by the chairmen of the different depart merits and plans wore announcec for projects of each department Don Johnson played several num bers on the piano accordion ant gave an explanatory talk on th mechanism of the instrument. Th felowship supper was served as ar old fashioned country dinner, wilt Miss Helen Bailey ns chairman o the supper committee. MKS. N. D. R K U M i A K D HOSTESS AT PAKTY. Mrs. N. D. Bnimgard, 310 First street southeast, entertained at tea Sunday afternoon complimenting her sister, Mrs. Vivian Schneider of Los Angeles, who is visiting her. There were 40 guests and Mrs. F. J. Crawford and Mrs. L. J. Amling presided 1 at the tea tnble which was decorated with yellow tapers and yellow daisies. Institutions of State to Be Studied ederation Committees Announced by Head of Department. DES MOINES. Sept, 30. /P-Mrs. C. W. Maplethorpe of Toledo, halrman of the public welfare department of the Iowa Federation of Vomen's clubs, announced Monday he department will make an inten- ive study of Iowa state institutions during the next two years. One of the main purposes of the tudy will be to learn the causes f increasing commitments to Iowa's restitutions and "to stimulate an attitude of appreciation for the care he state is giving- its mental, phy- ical and social unfortunates," Mrs. Maplethorpe said. Study Mental Cases. Club officials said questions to be tudied included the number of men. al cases caused by alcoholism or larcotics, the number of children of livorced couples being cared for in tate institutions, and whether tu- icrculosis is decreasing-. The department will conduct Its tudy through four divisions--public icalth, social welfare, child welfare and safety, it was announced. Appoint Chairmen. Mrs. C. W. McLaughlin of Wash- ngton is chairman of the health division and Mrs. Henry Meyers of lefferson, vice chairman. Other members are Mrs. Walter Bonn, Victor; Mrs. C. E. Loescher, Du- mque; Mrs. H. C. Kieber, Water- oo; Mrs. P. R. V. Hommel, Elkader; 'Irs. L. C. Brownlie, Chariton; Mrs. Jarl Cook, Glenwood; Mrs. Homer Cyle. Laurens; Mrs. J. R. Dcwey. dialler and Dr. Sara Blain Kalar, Ames. Mrs. S. C. Scott of Paton and Mrs. James Remley, Anamosa, are co- ;hairmen of the social welfare division. Members are Mrs. T. P. Halowell, Fort Madison; Mrs. J. J. Ben tier, Davenport; Mrs. W. E. Welden, Iowa Falls; Mrs. J. E. Parman, Decorah; Mrs. Elmer Williams. ledding; Mrs. Carrie Boyd Harnden, Story City; Mrs. F. B. Jen- tins, Council Bluffs; Mrs. Mida F. Doan, Humboldt, and Mrs. James McAllister, Odebolt. In Child Welfare. The child welfare division is headed by Mrs. W. A. Sanford, 'herokee. Mrs. R. T. Paige ia vice chairman and members are: Mrs. T. W. Noble, Fort Madison; Mrs. R. E. Rtnehart, Anamosa; Mrs. R. L. ,aley, Hampton; Mrs. Vern Leigh, Rockford; Mrs. J. A. Bliss, Mount Ayr; Mrs. Herbert Bellamy, Knox- ille; Mrs. George E. Williamson, Council Bluffs; Mrs. H. E. Nelson, 5ayton, and Mrs. Cornelius Van de Steege, Orange City. Mrs. O. J. Sacquety of Holsteln g chairman of the safety committee and Mrs. D. E. Latimer, Ottumwa, vice chairman. Members are Mrs. C. H. Tyler, Salem; Mrs. Herbert L. T. Frazier, Lost Nation; Mrs. H. L. Carhart, Sheffield; Mrs. Claude Tatum, Nora Springs; Mrs. J. B. Doughton, Grand River; Mrs. E. B. Bush, Ames; Mrs. R. O. Dibb, Villisca; Mrs. Helmer Carlberge, Aurelia, and Mrs. L,. B. Oberhauser, Belmond. ,·« . SPINDEN-NIEMANN. FREDER1CKSBURG, Sept. 30.-Miss Lucille Niemann and Ed Spinden, both of Fredericksburg, were married in the Richfield Lutheran church by the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Ide. Mr. ami Mrs. Spinden will reside in FredcricUsburg. HYDE-EDGAR WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT MADE ROCK FALLS, Sept. 30.--Miss Levetta Edgar entertained 25 guests at a linen shower in honor of her sister, Miss Geraldine Edgar, whose marriage to Forest Hyde of Shell Rock, held Nov. 30, 1933, has been announced. Mr. and Mrs. Hyde will re.slde on a farm near Shell Rock after visiting relatives in Tulsa. Okla. Mrs. Hyde has been employed as a teacher in the rural schools of this community. LICENSES ISSUED DTI KING SEPTEMBER HAMPTON, Sept. 30.--Marriage licenses were issued in September to Walter O. Schwab, 25, Dows, and Margaret E. Nelson, 26, Dows; Frank Darolcl Buchanan, 19, Belmond, and Rita Amanda Vought, 15, Belmond; Harry E. Shearer, 35, Dougherty, and Susie Phares, 36, Colo; Einer Nielsen, 30, Newell, and Florence Hancock, 2-!, Culbertson, Mont.; Raymond Aukes. 28. Ackley. and Orvilla Stilson, 22, Ackley; Joe B. Oik, 30, Latimer. and Itiez E. Muhlen'bruck, 25, Latimer; Alfred O. Miller, 35, Hampton, and Elsie Mae Warden, 27, Hampton. Miss Bonnie Beeler . P r e s e n t s Pupils in Contest Resital at Y. Miss Bonnie Beeler presented her piano pupils in a contest recital Sunday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. Winners were Renee Reed, beginning group; James Smith, intermediate; June Klinge and Paul Foote, advanced. Performers wer* Leona Harding, Shirley Thomas, Evelyn Kueck, Maxine Lindsay, Betty. McCourt, Gertrude Gregerson, Mary Kepris, Loia and Marion Field, Shirley Fromhold, Jenetta Adams, Leona Rice, Bernice Olesku, May Keeton, Helen Pietz, Dorothy Papanpopou- los, Marjorie Awe and Miriam Wallace. Judges were Alice Kolar, Evelyn and Marcella Bistline. --+-LICENSES ISSUED COUPLES AT OSAGE OSAGE, Sept. 27.--Licenses were issued here Saturday to Robert L. Olson, 28, and Glenda Brandt, 20, St. Ansgar; to Bernard Rumsey, 21, and Lucille Evelyn Francis, 19, Austin, Minn. EUCHRE AND CYCLB PARTY FOB MEMBERS. Members of the Euchre and Cycle club gathered in the clubrooms at the Hotel Hanford Saturday evening for the first party of the fall season. A buffet supper was served and the time spent informally. Beta Sigma Phi Chapter Is Founder Formal Induction Held at Given at Hotel Hanford. . Miss Norya Johnson is president] of the newly inducted chapter Beta Sigma Phi sorority which wa formally installed at a tea Sundaj afternoon at the Hotel HanfordJ Fifteen members of the Watertc chapter came to Mason City welcome the new group Officers are Miss Johnson, presi-l dent; Marie Skellingwerf, vice pres-j ident; Miss Betty Leland, corre-J spending secretary; Misa R u t M Aurilla Smith, recording secretary! Mrs. Robert Donahue, treasurer! and Miss Mary Ellen Lydon, assistT ant director. | Mrs. G. E. Harrison is director of the group and Mrs. J. E. Young will act as sponsor. Meetings will be held on the first] and third Mondays of the month all the Hanford. 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