The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 17, 1931 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 17, 1931
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FEBRUARY 17 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE AFTERNOON POPULAR TIME FOR MANY CLUB MEETINGS Programs of Study Clubs Are Varied G h i l d Study Club Hears Talk on "Parent Education." Monday afternoon was important for the number of study club meetings held. The programs presenteil Were distinguished by variety of subject matter and most of them in addition to the regular lesson in eluded current events. Child Study club met with Mrs. H. B. Major, 1025 West State street when "Dutch Art and Swiss Yodeling" were discussed by Mrs. S. L. Haynes. Mrs. M. W. Humphrey talked on "Journey Thru Holland and Switzerland"'and Mrs. B. A McDonald, "Parent Education." Twentieth Century Meets.' Mrs. W. A. Westfall, 31 Tenth street northwest, was hostess to the Twentieth Century club Monday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Parker gave current events and Mrs. Lee P. Loomis led the lesson on "Romances of the Victorian Era" assisted by Mrs. Robert L. Jackson and Mrs. Parker. Mrs. W. H. Hathorn was hostess to the Monday club at her homo, G54 East State street, when the lesson on "Negro Music" was led by DO YOU WANT A BABY? Regular $1.00 Treatment sent free--one to each family "I was married and longed for a .baby every day with all my heart, but was denied," writes Mrs. L. Scheller, Indiana, "so I sent for your prescription. While taking the second box I was unable to express my happiness. I never had a sick day. I became the mother of a fine 3 J /!: pound baby. God only knew our joy. I hope every w o m a n longing for moth- Baby Scheiier erhood will take 4t months irvi ns. y o u r medicine. You are welcome to use this letter and picture for publication. Thank you." "Married 11 years and doctors told me I would never have any children," writes Mrs. White, Pa. "I tried your medicine. Now I am to be a mother in October. My dearest 'iah realized." f -ODr. DcPew's treatment, a nonspecific, based on Glandular activity, has been used with auch results by thousands of women that for the next 30 days a full dollar treatment will be sent free postpaid, no C. O. D., no cost, no obligation, to every woman who writes. A limited supply of free treatments will be sent out this month, so be sure and write today. Also a free booklet "Childless Marriages Explained" will be sent you. Simply send name, p. postcard will do, and remedy will be mailed in plain wrapper. Dr. DePew believes you will be surprised and delighted. Address Dr. DePew, Suite R, Coates House, Kansas City, Mo. JAPAN'S "LADY LINDY" Miss Kaneko Kitamura, comely Japanese aviatrix, at the controls of her plane. The picture was taken in the "Land of the Rising Sun," where Miss Kitamura has studied aviation from all angles. . She intends to fly from Japan to Europe this summer, as it is her ambition to be the first woman to cover that perilous route. When, she isn't f l y i n g , Miss Kitamura passes' her time working on a newspaper. Mrs. J. A. Wiley. Mrs. C. R. Potter I reviewed an article from the Atlantic Monthly. Lesson on Washington. At the H. E. O. club meeting with Mrs. VV. A. Cagle, 12 Sixteenth street southeast, Mrs. J. J. Goelz led the lesson on "Washington." Mrs. Allen Beck was hostess to the Occident club at her home, 24 Eleventh street northeast. Mrs. H. E. Bcemer discussed "Women in Poetry and Song" and Mrs. Ira Stinson, "Women in Prose." Chautauqua club met at the Y. W. C. A., with Mrs. Willard Thrams as hostess. Mrs. R. B. Girton and group 5 had charge of topics and'Mrs. M. E. Olson reviewed "Anna Karenina." Midland club met with Miss Stella Page, 212 Second street southeast, with Mrs. J. H Stevens as leader. The meetings of T. A. E. club and Mana -.Mitchell club which were scheduled for Monday were postponed. ,-. BOY CHRISTENED Ramon L., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Holtz of Hastings, Nebr., was christened Sunday, Feb. 15. The sacrament was administered by the Rev. H. O. Urness in the home of Mrs. Holtz' sister, Mrs. J. H. Factor. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Factor. Miss Lenore E. Factor and Hennell L. James. A window display in conjunction with the Globe-Gazette bridge contest is exhibited by the Sears and Roebuck company. A card table tipped sidewise contains the hands of cards as published and signs around the table discuss methods of playing the hands. The displays will be continued for several weeks, according to the manager of the store. A local critic says the next time the leader of a jazz orchestra asks radio listeners to send in requests for what they want the gang to play, he is going to ask them to piny checkers or dominoes.--Dulutii News-Tribune. economically with a Realistic, Eueenc, or Nestle Cir- i;nlinc Fermuncnl Wave. 0. K. Beauty Shop MRS. COCKAYNE 19'/ 2 E. State OF FINE FURNITURE Our entire stocks of Dinette and Breakfast Sets are included in our greatest February Furniture Sale. V. Now is your opportunity to buy a set of your taste at a price much b e l o w regular selling price. Social Calendar TUESDAY T. N. T 6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., dinner. Alchor Shrine-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple. Uffo Ijjo chit:-Joy Ridgeway, 37 Oak drive. Olive* Queen Esthwr-- 7:30 o'clock, Dorothy Cookman. 13 Twenty-fourth street southwest. V. W. A-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. M. Heliums, 905 East State street, Mrs. C. W. Gasswint, assisting. Chicago Northwestern Women-K. C. hall, dance. WEDNESDAY Better Speech classes-9, 10:25, 7:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Fortnightly club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Alhert Hass, 1 Taylor avenue southwest. Trinity Lincoln circlL-- Mrs. Charles Melland, 517 Massachusetts avenue northeast. Our Saviour's Lutheran Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. Martin Rasmussen, hostess. P. E. O. G. N.-Mrs. L,. S. Sanders, 219 Louisiana avenue southeast. Good Cheer Lodge-2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. P. E. O. D/-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. W. Seevers, 12 Eleventh street northeast. Calvary Homo Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ross Bullard, 1419 Madison Avenue northwest. Trinity Washington circle,-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Sever Olson, 231 Sixth street southeast. Baptist Liiilles nid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. August Johnson's division in charge. Olivet Homo Guard-4 o'clock, Mrs. Ross Clark, 1324 Delaware avenue southeast. Harding Child Study circlt-- 7:30 o'clock, school. Yeomen-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Jefferson Child Study circle-7:30 ' o'clock, Mrs. M. E. Dalvcy, 1414 East State street. Phoenicians-5 o'clock, Miss Gretchen Carlson, 511 East State street, Miss Dorothy Westfall, leader. Sons of Veterans auxiliary--· , 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Emma Duncan, 517 Delaware avenue northeast. Washington's birthday observance. W. I 1 . M. club-1 o'clock, Mrs. J. Lindsay, 113 Eleventh street northeast. Coterii! dull--· 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. M. E. Carlson, 539 Eighth street southeast. STENTEU CLUB' HOLDS MEETING. | Members of the Stenter club met Monday evening at the home of Miss Marian Hcmea, 932 North Federal avenue. Following the business meeting a social hour was held during which there was a taffy pull and games. JUNIOR WOODMAN CHICLE HAS I'AltTY. Members of Pansy Woodman circle No. 30 met for a Valentine party at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. C. McNary, junior supervisor, in charge. Games were played, prizes awarded and refreshments. In addition to the 17 guests there were eight adult visitors. Tf President Hoover thinks he has hair shirts now, he will be thinking when the next congress swings into action that they are made of porcu- | pine quills.--Lynchburg News. Drink Tea . . for Sociability A cup of Salada Tea k the ideal refreshment on ail social occasions. "SALADA" ORANGE PEKOE PEKOE "Fmk ham Kit GtrdW* READ THE G.-G. 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