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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 2 1936 SEVEN Plans Complete for Vaudeville to Be Tuesday Preparations have been completed for the competitive vaudeville to be presented Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium, under the sponsorship of the Patent-Teacher council. The program will be preceded by an half hour of music by the grade school orchestra under the direction of W. A. Storer. The proceeds of. the entertainment will be used to carry on the P. T. A. health work through the schools. Tickets will be on reserve Tuesday morning and afternoon at Currie Van Ness. There will be eight acts in the show and Evron Kargcs will act as master of ceremonies. In addition to the competitive acts, there will be dance numbers. Helping Mothers to Cut Down on Family's Colds Unique Formula for Nose and Throat Helps to Prevent Many Colds, and to Throw Off Head Colds at the Start--It Quickly Clears "Stuffy Head." Mothers a r e s o often worried about their families' colds that they find special comfort in this unique aid for preventing colds--Vicks Va-tro-nol. Especially designed for nose and upper throat, where most colds start, Va-tro-nol stimulates the functions provided by Nature-in the nose--to prevent colds, and. to throw off head colds in the early stages. Used in time--at the first sniffle, sneeze or nasal irritation--just a few drops up each nostril--Vatro-nol helps to avoid many colds. Where irritation has led to a clogged-up nose (a stuffy head cold or nasal catarrh) Va-tro-nol spreads through the nasal passages--reduces swollen membranes -- clears clogging mucus--brings comforting relief. A Practical Guide for Mothers. Each year, more and more families are being helped to fewer colds, shorter colds and milder colds by following Vicks Plan for Better Control of Colds. Vicks Plan has been clinically tested by practicing physicians, and f u r t h e r proved in everyday home use throughout the country. Full details of the plan come in each package of Vicks Va-tro-nol. Million Vick Aid. UÂ»d Yearly for Button Control of Golds Nicholson Family Honored at Party Given as Farewell Lucky Lindy club members and neighbors of W. W. Nicholson met at the Nicholson home southeast of Mason City for a farewell party honoring them. They are moving to a farm near Floyd. A program was given including a piano solo by Marjorie Nicholson, a song, "Father of the Land We Love," by pupils of Portland No. 9, a reading by Mrs. Glenn Millian, a song by Mrs. Horton Woodward; music by Mrs. Edward DeGraw; a story by Mrs. FreJ Furness; a song by Ruby Fenton and Dorothy Nicholson; music by Hazel Carlson and "The Nicholson Family 10 Years From Today," Mrs. Alan Morris. A gift was presented to the Nicholsons by Mr. Millian and supper was served. GILLETTE-CLOCK G E N E V A -- The marriage of Sergt. J. J. Gillette, U. S. M., and Mrs. Pearl Clock has been received here. Sergeant Gillette, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. P. Gillette, has recently been stationed at San Diego after having served a number of years in the far east. The bride will be remembered as Miss Pearl Peters, who at one time made her home in Geneva with her sister, Mrs. Owen Dossof. McKINLEY DRAMA CLUB POSTPONES MEETING McKinley Drama club which was scheduled to meet Thursday at the school has postponed its meeting. The drama club play, "Tons of Trouble," will be presented Friday evening at the school. THE G U I L T Y B R I D E ** (One of Thousands of True "B.O." Experiences) WHEN MY SON BROUGHT HOME HIS NEW WIFE, THE YOUNS MARRIED SET WAS LAVISH IN THEIR ENTERTAININQ OF THE NEWLY-WEDS. BUT GRADUALLY THEY STOPPED IT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE THAT SUCH A LOVELY 6IRL COULD BECOME CARELESS ABOUT "B.O.* BUT SHE DID. I RISKED A HEART- TO-HEART TALK NOW ADDED TO HER PERSONALITY AND BEAUTY IS A FRESH SPARKLING CLEANNESS THERE IS NO MORE POPULAR COUPLE IN TOWN TODAY. ITS PARTIES, PHONE CALLS.. I ALL THE TIME. AND MY NEW DAUGHTER AND I ARE THE BEST OF PALS MY PROFILE ISN'T BAD AT ALL BUTMY X COMPLEXION _ N NOT SO HOT THEN YOU OWE rr TO YOUR PROFILE TO USE LIFEBUOY / FOR YOUR COMPLEXION TIFEBUOY for the complexion is a haaly law with countless J-- radiantly clear-skinned women. Its creamy lathee deep-cleanses pores yet is zsgentlt as it is thorough. It freshens, gives new life to tired skins. It flatters, protects fine skins. "Patch" tests made on the skins of" hundreds of. women--blondes and brunettes--show it is more than 20% milder than many so-called "beauty soaps." "Are you innocently guilty? ThÂ« story illustrated is true. (The groom's mother writes it!) It's one more warning that "B.O."[Â£0fl[) r odor] is tteacherous... No one is safe! Take no chances.Bathe regularly with Lifebuoy! Its abundant latherpenetratu, deodorizes. Its own fresh scent rinses away. dpprtrtd h Gwd HotutketPing Banaa. Buy on the F. H, terms in history - A. Credit Plen . . . lowest - as much as 3 years to pay Rub a chicken inside and out with lemon before roasting. It will whiter- and make the meat more tender. WIFE PRESERVERS . SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SECRETARIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday are accepted after 4 o'clock on Friday. MONDAY Contract Duplicate club-6 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, dinner, tournament. 85 club-6:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dirksen, the Rev. and Mrs. George K. Davies.' Young Women's council-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Rebekahs-- 8 o'clock, I. 0. 0. F. hall, card party for members and friends, Mrs. George Hubacher, chairman. Wa-Tan-Ye club-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. TUESDAY Idl-R's Bridge club-Ford-Hopkins, Mrs. Paul Stehn, hostess. Woman's club board-9:30 o'clock, administration build- inff. Presbyterian Missionary society-10 o'clock, church, study of "Toward a Christian America," potluck luncheon at 1 o'clock. Our Saviour's Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. H. McAuley. hostess. Matinee Musicale-Postponed. Bethlehem Lutheran division I-Mrs. R. Fischer, 1509 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. D. A. R. board-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Swarner, 147 Fourteenth street northwest. Chicago N. W. club-2 o'clock, P. G. and E. W. R. C.-2:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Wa-Tan-1'e club-12:15 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Girl Reserve Leaders-6 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., pot luck dinner, star study led by Miss Ida Iverson. Unity Chapter No. 58 O. E. S.-7:30 o'clock. Masonic temple. Triple D club-8 o'clock, Mrs. Robert Chambers, 1216 Second street southwest. East Side Social club-8 o'clock, Mrs. W. A. Case, 324 Vermont avenue southeast, Mrs. Louis Wall, hostess. Junior Hadassah-8 o'clock, Jewish Community center. Moose lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Clio club--Mrs. C. E. Burrets, 76 Linden drive, lesson. Mrs. Frink Lovell. Competitive Vaudeville-8 o'clock, high school auditorium. Co-Eds Oppose Love on Grinnell Campus And It's Leap Year GRINNELL, JP--Nine Grinnell college co-eds have banded themselves together to oppose love on th campus. Known as the Grinnell Spinster Misss, the organization declares its purpose is to uphold "the lofty ideals of spinsterhood in Grinnell and to mrsue a noble interest outside of the heart." A' girl who admittedly "goes steady" is blackballed from the group and one who has frequent lates is frowned upon. Each member must pay a fine for every date she has. The floral emblem of the Â·roup is a bleeding heart Five charter members founded the organization. They are: Virginia :ole, Waterloo, chairman; Rita Phelps, Hartford, Conn., treasurer; Margaret Glendenning, Arlington, S. Dak.; Claribel Clark. Waterloo; and Elizabeth Ann McAlpin, Chicago. Within a week after its founding, the following' four members were added to the group: Dorothy Furry, Chicago; Marguerite Fulton, Columbus, Nebr.; Virginia Hanson, Odebolt; and Katherine Six, Chicago. The club claims a long waiting list. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Eleanor Wilcox, Mason City student at Drake university, Des Moines, is on the honor roll for the semester just completed. Miss Wilcox who is in the college of liberal arts earned a B plus stading. She is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith, 27 Sixth street northwest. # # * Mrs. Frank Kropman, 325 Seventh street northwest, has left for Omaha where she will visit her daughters, Mrs. I. H. Weiner and Mrs. Louis E. Lipp. # * * Miss Annabelle Annenberg left Sunday for LaCrosse, Wis., where she has accepted a position in a photographers' studio. # * * Leon Bell, 1020 East State street, returned Saturday from an extended trip during: which he did special research work, graduating from the University of Applied Science in Chicago with high, honors. Mr. Bell spent two months studying the various methods of identification, finger printing systems and police routine in the large police departments of the south and west # * * Otto Olson, 30 Fifth street northeast, has returned from Florida, where he has spent the past two months. HOLCK-RACHOW KANAWHA --The marriage of Kermit Hoick and Miss Lucille Rachow took place at the Methodist parsonage in Kanawha with the Rev. E. A. Briggs performing the ceremony. The attendants were Lester Krausse and Mrs. E. A. Briggs. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rachow, was graduated from the Lake Park high school and attended Britt junior college. The bridegroom, son of Henry Hoick, has worked with his father on the farm. After March 1 they will be at home on a farm north of Klemme. --Â·:Â·-- BEN HUE JUNIORS MEET AT Y. W. C. A. Ben Hur Juniors met Saturday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. Games were played and refreshments were served. The next meeting will fee March 14 at the Y. V E G E T A B L E CORRECTIVE DID TRICK They were getting on each other's nerves. Intestinal sluggishness was really the cause--made them tired with frequent head- nchcs. bilious spells. But that is alt changed now. For they discovered, like millions of others, that nature provided the correct laxatives in plants and vegetables. Toniftht try Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets). How much better you feel--invigorated, refreshed. Important--you do not have to increase the dose. They contain no phenol or mineral derivatives. Only 25c--all druggists. TO-NIGHT s TOMORROW ALRlCHT MONROE-WASHINGTON C. S. C. ON WEDNESDAY Monroe-Washington Child Study Circle will meet Wednesday instead of Thursday evening at the Monroe school so that members may attend "A Midsummer Night's Dream." KAGAWA LECTURES ARE DISCUSSED. A review of some of the lectures Riven by Toyohiko Kagawa, Japanese Christian .leader, heard in DCS Moincs recently, was given by Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Currie in the regular Sunday school lesson period of. the Queen Esther class of the First Methodist church. Following the lesson it was decided to have a breakfast at the Bovaird tearoom next Sunday morning preceding the class lesson. Mr. Currie is teacher of the group. "Teach Us to Pray" Is Church of Christ Prayer Service Theme Each Wednesday night until the Passion week, midweek services will be conducted at the Church of Christ on the theme "Teach Us To Pray." This is the request the disciples asked o"f Christ which he answered by leaching them the prayer generally called "The Lord's Prayer," the Rev. D. L. Kratz pointed out. This prayer will be used as an outline for the devotional studies each Wednesday evening. The first of these will be Wednesday, with the subject, "Our Father." The service will begin at 7:30 and will be held in the junior department room with entrance on the south side ol the church. Friends Honor Scott, 56, on 14th Birthday Paul Scott, 239 Eighth street southeast, was honored Saturday evening at his home by 48 persona on his fourteenth birthday. He was 56 years of age. "I received a lot of presents," Mr. Scott commented, "shaving cream and things like that --enough to last me until my next birthday." As his next birthday won't be until 1940, that means a lot. Mrs. Cllne Improves. BRISTOW -- Mrs. Ida M. Cline, who has been ill for several days, is somewhat improved. IN BRITISH GUIANA Â·--the LaVarre Expedition (left) fords a river. "I always take Camels aloog," says William La Varrc. "They make any meal digest casicr."Mrs. laVarre (right) adds: "Camels help my diges- tionÂ» in the jungle or in New York." People get "keyed up." The effects on digestion are known to all! Smoking Camels tends to aid and promote digestion. Enjoy Camel's mildness ...the feeling of well- being fostered by Camel's costlier tobaccos. Camels set you right! 4 19-21 FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY ILIVIHG ROOm SUITES!) KITCHEtl FURI1ITURE! STOVES RflDIOS! BEDS Â£ BEDDinC! OVER THE REASON! The reason we ore continuing our February sale beyond its usual time is clear to everyone in Northern Iowa. We Were Heavily Stocked For Big Business Due to terrible road conditions and the worst weather in over 100 years you were not able to come in and buy at sale prices. Stocks Are Complete This sale will continue until present stocks are reduced to a minimum, to make room for other goods. All Prices Previously Advertised Remain in Effect flURSERY FURniTURE! FLOOR COVERIRGS! CHRIRSE, ROCKERS! loininc Room SUITES! GOODS DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE Jo YOUR DOOR WHEN WANTED!