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March 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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BIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 8 . MRS. REMINGTON GIVES LAST IN SERIES OF LECTURES Period One of Changes Not Crisis Minneapolis W o m a n Sees Dawn of New Age of Thinking/People. Characterizing the present not so much as a period of crisis, but a period of change, Mrs. W. W. Remington of Minneapolis addressed the current events department of the Woman's club in the last of her season's series of addresses Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. "There is? a revival in the distribution of thinking," Mrs. Remington said, pointing out that this may presage a reflective age. "The thin veneer of culture is being pierced and a new civilization is in view. If we can get that out of our dark ages, the travail will have been worth while. "Attempts are being made to reform all units of government. Efforts have been made before, but the support of the people has been lacking and the power of moneyed interests opposing the reform has defeated the attempt The food and drug bill has been emasculated by congress because the people did not inform their legislators of their wishes. Despair In Land. "A year ago there was despair in the land. Between 12 and 15 million were unemployed. There was suffering which will be never known. Banks were closed and confidence in financial institutions and in government was lost. New leadership has changed this and tha many things which have been done evidence partially what can be done. The greatest detriment has been the lack of co-operation of the people. "The arm of the government has reached into almost every field. It has not interfered in education, not in the professions, nor with liberty of speech, the right of assemblage and freedom of the press as is the case of the countries of Europe. No .one need fear that we are tending toward fascism, communism or collectivism. "There are many who think that recent governmental measures rep- wsent a departure from democratic ideals, but there are just as many who approve of the steps which were taken to avert a crisis." Mrs. Remington spoke briefly of the N. R. A., the intermediate credit banks, the bank deposit insurance, the securities act, the Tennesee Valley authority and the A. A. A. Housing Program. Mrs. Remington spoke of O. M. W. Sprague's proposal of a nationwide housing program as a solution for present difficulties. "The slums are expensive to the taxpayer," Mrs. Remington said, '''and the slums of the United States are worse than those of European cities. "Tariff will be the issue of the next presidential campaign. There are no other major policies of the democratic gavernment which lack the backing of the people. If the president were given the power to draw up a scientific tariff bill with the aid of experts it would give the people an opportunity to see what prooperly balanced tariff would do to trade. No tariff bill which has been passed has been scientifically adjusted. "Many people feel that now is the time to form new political parties. The democrats have departed from many of the ideals of their party and Mark Sullivan suggests that they form the social democratic party and that the old republican party change to the constitution demo- "PapierToyo" STRAWS In the Approved 1934 Styles ·wt - · "·Hats you would expect to" pay $5.00 for are here at OTHER HATS $1.95 to $7.50 In your type--your heudsize your color JULIUS ESTESS, Manager SMART FOR SPRINGTIME FROCK WHICH IS EASY TO MAKE WILL PROVE ATTRACTIVE ADDITION TO WARDROBE OloM-Uutcttc r«r!cu III 1*111 Pattern, too Fifth Avenne, New Vork cltj ll'j DIANA DAV .; What about your spring wear? A smart wardrobe is a definitely planned one. Today's pattern is an advanced spring model that is also lovely for immediate wear. It is fashioned of crepe silk in one of the loveliest new shades Parif is favoring in Mexican clay. Its trims are in deeper tone of the same color. Bias seaming through the bodice and the hips, creates a very slimming effect and narrows the waistline. There are many charming printed crepe silks that would also be suitable and smart. Style No. 461 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39- inch material with % yard of 35-inch contrasting. 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 paterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. 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, 200 Fifth Avenue, New " York City. crats since the name of republican is so closely associated with the depression. These new parties might form platforms to improve the quality of democracy. Improve Quality. Mrs.-Remington quoted Robert M. Hutchins, president of Chicago university, in his plan for improving the quality of government by simplifying administration by shorter ballots and a more visible form ol government; by revision of tax laws; by, arousing a social conscience of the people to demand an end to vice, corruption and fraud'; by the professionalizing; of bureaucracy to that expert service instead of mediocre service is possible in government. In concluding, Mrs. Remington spoke briefly of the conditions in Europe, pointing out that Germany has abolished individual liberty, even of thinking and that the people have begun to tire of nazism. She discussed the efforts of the nazis and fascists to control Austria, pointing put that it is simply a question of ' trade--whether Austrian goods be exported by a northern or southertt route. Special Showing ROTHMQOR COATS-SUITS FRIDAY A representative from Rothmoor will be here to show coats and suits --the newest models for Spring. Be here to choose yours. Showing Friday Only 9 A. M. TO 5:30 P. M. JULIUS ESXESS, Manager ·ALWAYS USE BECAUSE IT GETS THE 4 OK 5 SHADES WHITER WITHOUT THE SCRUBLESS New Leaders E l e c t e d by S i s t e r h o o d GN, DZ Chapters of P. E. 0. Name Officers, Delegates at Meetings. Chapters GN and*DZ of the P. E. O. sisterhood elected officers at their meetings Wednesday with chapter GN retaining Mrs. R. E. Brisbine as president for another year and chapter DZ electing Mrs. Henry Steinberg as president. Chapter GN met at the home of Mrs. W. A. Westfall, 31 Tenth street northwest, Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. F. R. Winegar, Mrs. B. H. Brett and Mrs. Westfall as hostesses. Other officers elected include Mrs. Lester Milligan, vice president; Mrs. George Marty, recording secretary; Mrs. Jay Lorenz, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ira Stinson, treasurer; Mrs. V. A. Farrell, chaplain and Mrs. Artemas Brown, guard. Mrs. Brisbine was elected delegate to the state convention and Mrs. Milligan, alternate. New officers of chapter DZ which met at the home of Mrs. Frank Goodman, 1205 South Federal avenue Wednesday evening, include Mrs. Steinberg, president; Mrs. E. H. Wagner, vice president; Mrs. F. B. Hathaway, recording secretary; Mrs. J. Curtis Amen, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Frank Currie, treasurer; Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, chaplain, and Mrs. M. V. Connolly, guard. Mrs. Steinberg was named delegate to the state convention from chapter DZ and Mrs. Wagner, alternate. --·:·-- Circle at Lincoln Entertains Other Groups at Meeting Lincoln Radio Child Study circle met at the Lincoln school Wednesday for a lesson on "Companionship for the School Child" which was broadcast from Ames by Alma J. Jones of Iowa State college. Representatives of the other circles of the city were uresent. Mrs. Roy Bappe led the discussion which followed the lecture. Milton Learner, first violinist of the Lincoln orchestra, played a violin number, accompanied by Mrs. R. R Kelso. · · 'Girls of Miss Sarah Scholar's domestic science class served tea. The group included Beatrice Anderson, Calla Badker, Mildred Gaffney, Loretta Ward, Ruth Evelyn DeGraw and Betty Lou Johnson. The preparation and serving of the tea was a part of their school work. The radio equipment was arranged by Earl Gerard and his radio class. Social Calendar THURSDAY WAY SAVES THE -. AND I'M SAVING LOTS GREASE . N O puzzle here! It's easy as ABC. Rinsois the most popular package soap in America because it washes clothes 4 or 5 ihadts whiter. That means a big saving in money to you. Not only that, but its amazing suds soak out dirt--save scrubbing and boiling--save the clothes. Rinso is safe for colors, easy on hands. The makers of 40 famous washers, the homemaking experts of 316 leading newspapers, recommend it. It has been tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Institute. Rinso is economical--a little gives abundant suds that last and last, even in hardest water. Wonderful suds for dishes and for all cleaning--so rich, so lively. Change to Rinso, and see if you'll ever even think of going back to old-fashioned soaps! Get the BIG box at your grocer's today. THE BIGGEST-SELLING PACKAGE SOAP IN AMERICA Xusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. B. N. A.-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Baptist D. O. A,-7:30 o'clock, Ruby Johannsen, 604 Fourth street northeast. Harding P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, Fathers' nig-nt. Garfield P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school. Y. M. F. C. class-7:30 o'clock, A. M. Halsor home, 647 East State street, executive meeting. Loyal Women, Philathea classes-- ] 6:30 o'clock, Church of Christ, dinner for men's class. Walther league-S:30 o'clock, church, Charles Hereid, Orville Stinehart, Fred Kramer. V. F. W. auxiliary-S o'clock, V. F. W. hall, 104% South Federal avenue. FRIDAY ! Baptist division 8-3 o'clock, Mrs Guy Davis, 28 Thirteenth street northeast. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. S. L. Haynes, 1023 Pennsylvania avenue north| east. | Trinity Ladies aid-- ·Church, Mrs. Theodore Olson, Mrs. D. C. Herrick, Mrs. AV. W. Sommerfield. Rebekah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlors, Mrs. W. L. Gaffney. Gildner Baptist Ladies aid-Mrs. Ed Overturf, 936 Delaware avenue northeast. Harmony Guild-Church, Mrs. F. L. Hudson, Mrs C. L. Meade, Mrs. W. H. Clarke, Mrs. George O'Neil, hostesses, devotions, Mrs. R. F. Clough. Wilson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. City Progressive club-6:30 o'clock, Arthur Pickford, 204 Seventh street northeast. Pleasant Ridge club-Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Heinselman. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. MASON CITY COUPLE MARRIED AT HAMPTON HAMPTON, March 8.--John Nor- kunas and Miss Bessie Stephenson, both of Mason City, were married Monday by Justice of Peace D. W. Parks. The ceremony was witnessed by Mrs. Helen Kentner and Melvin · Stepheuson, also of Mason City. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern CHURN DASH. The four patch pieced block is responsible for any number of star and wreath desigas and their variants, yet there are exceptions to these that are most interesting. "Churn Dash" is based on the same principle, and the difference is based on the same principle, and the difference is a matter of color. This is another example of the numerous designs that find their origin in the domesticities of early American life. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 71 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt department, the Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y.' Be sure to ask for book No. 17. Helen Mauser Weds Bentley Halvorsen ORCHARD, March 8.--The marriage of Miss Helen Mauser and Bentley Halvorsen took place at the home of the bride's parents near New Haven Tuesday evening. The Rev. Mr. Ellis, Methodist minister of Osage officiated. Miss Margaret Haugen of Osage played the wedding march and Robert Cole of Orchard sang "Oh Promise Me" and "At Dawning." Mrs. Charles Bailey of Osage, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and Harold Halvorsen of St. Ansgar, brother of the bridegroom, was the best man. After the ceremony a lunch was served to the close relatives who numbered about 50. After a short wedding trip they will be at home on the Walton Wor- seldine farm near Orchard. Mrs. Halvorsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mauser of New Haven, is a graduate of the Osage high school. She 'has been employed at.the Scott store. Mr. Halvorsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halvorsen of St. Ansgar, is a graduate of the Osage high school, j BRIDGE-IT BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED The Bridge-it Bridge club was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Brien in Central apartments Wednesday. High score prize went to Miss Irene Ward and Wayne Adams and low to Miss Ruth Scott. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Miles Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Adams, Miss Agnes Logan, Miss Hazel Scott, Miss Ruth Scott, Carl Iverson, Gerard Homrig and Miss Ward. Lunch was served by Mrs. O'Brien's mother. The next meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Adams. HANSEN-NIGHTENGALE. CARPENTER, March 8.--Mrs. Grace Nightengale and Laurence Hansen were recently married at the home of her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. George Culbertson, St. Ansgar. Mrs. Nightengale was employed as housekeeper in the E. Durkee home. Missionary Women Plan Conference First of Series of Zone Meetings to Be at Sheffield. The first of a series of four zone meetings will be held by the Methodist Women's Home Misionary society at Sheffield Friday-at which will be representatives from the Olivet, Calvary and First Methodist W. H. M. societies of Mason City and the Hampton and Sheffield societies. Women from Methodist churches at Chapin, Aredale, Geneva, Ackley, Rockwell and Dumont have been invited to the meeting. Mason City women on the program will include Mrs. Louis Christiansen, who will talk on "Young People's Work" and Mrs. J. Walter Sopher who will speak on "Christian Citizenship," Mrs. W. A. Cagle, district treasurer, and Mrs. Harry Wright, district president, will attend the meeting. Mrs. Earl Baker of Cedar Falls, School Library Gets Surprise of Its Life at College Tea Dance The Mason City school library had its suspicions about junior collegians verified Wednesday afternoon when more than 100 students laid aside books, pushed hack tables and danced in the library. The affair was an innovation in college social life and the student council members acted as hosts. On the councij are Paul McAuley, Ruth Saunders, Ruth Hille, Dick Stevens and Starr Tel- land. Students and faculty members attended the tea which was followed bv dancing. president of the Waterloo conference society, Mrs. F. A. Cohagen or Waterloo, conference corresponding' secretary, and Mrs. Jennie Smith, of Waterloo, district corresponding secretary, will be present. The Rev. F. O. Hilman is pastor of the Sheffield church. The meeting will open at 11 o'clock and continue through the day. Key women for the zone meetings in Mason City are Mrs. Boyd Walter, Calvary; Mrs. H. C. Griffith, Olivet, and Mrs. O. L. Allen, Firsc Methodist church. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 tOUHTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHAS*^ The Time . . . NOW «,' The Place . . . . LUNBERG'S k\ Young fashionables agree that Luridberg's is unquestionably the place to go for smart spring suits. A most unusual collection awaits your choice. Goodly varieties of materials, colors, sizes and prices for women and misses. '16 Other!; from $10.95 and up SILK DRESSES Prints and Plain Silks in 4C 08 Smart Spring Styles. 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