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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 3 1936 WOMAN'S CLUB OFFICE NOMINEES PRESENTED TO BOARD Vote to Be Taken When Club Meet Current Events Departmen Program Announced for Wednesday. Nominees for five offices in th Woman's club were presented at meeting of the club board Tuesda morning at the Adminstration builc ing. They include Mrs. H. C. Fries ner, first vice president; Mrs. E. O Babcock, second vice president Mrs. F. D. Pearce, financial secre tary; Mrs. H. W. Conover, treas urer and Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick, di rector. Â· . The slate was read by Mrs. W Earl Hall, chairman of the nomina ting committee. On the committee were Mrs. A. J. Feeney, Mre. R. E Nyquiat and Mrs. Hall. The mem hers of the Woman's club will vote on the slate at the March genera meeting, Wednesday. Reports Presented. Reports were made by the various department chairman on coming meetings. Mrs. W. B. Casey announced that Prof. E. W. Goetch p: Iowa State Teachers college will speak at the current events department meeting Wednesday noon, a' the Haaford. Dr. F. I. Herriott of Drake university who was scheduled to speak here in February will be heard at a meeting later in the month. Mrs. A. L. Peterson reported that Maude R. Jacobs of South Carrollton, Ky, will be the speaker at the outdoor life department meeting March 11. Plan Vesper Service. Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, chairman of the music department, announced that the vesper service which was postponed from Feb. .23 will be held March 22 and 'that plans are being made for the final meeting of the year which will be a tea. It was decided to have just one performance of the next play at the request of Mrs. Carleton Stewart, chairman of the play production group. The play is scheduled for an April presentation. 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New spring fashion book costs ten cents. Send for your copy today Book and pattern together twenty five cents. Do not send to Mason City, bu address Globe-Gazette Pattern De partment, 160 Fifth avenue. New York City. nd Darrell Miller, son of Mr. and Urs. Charles Miller of Charles City were Â· married at the Methodis iarsonage by the Rev. G. A. Hess ittendants were Miss Velma An erson of Osage and Stanley Mon oe of Charles City. The bride is a raduate of the Osage high school "Mr. and Mrs. Miller will make their ome in Charles City where he is mployed by the Oliver Equipment ompany. --*-- LIXTLE WOMEN'S CLUB ONDUCTS MEETING Members of the Little Women's ub were entertained at the home E Shirley Marie Farrer, 704 Perm- jylvania avenue southeast, Monday after school. Following the business ession, games were played and re- eshments .were served by the host- ss' sister, Joy Farrer, assisted by ~rs. H. A. Reynolds. Members in- ude Renee Reid, Patsy Perkins, anet McGregor, Betty Cook, Con ance DeWilde and Shirley Farrer. kippy Reynolds was a guest. The ext meeting will be with Constance eWilde. Remember BUTTER gives FLAVOR SWEET CREAM to all foods BUTTER MYRNA LOY ... M-G-M STAR... Makes Up in. Color Harmony FBEE Complexion Analysis Color Harmony Make-Up Chart 48-Page Book on Make-Up PERSONALLY FOR YOU. . Direct from MAX FACTOR, Hollywood's Make-Up Genius By special arrangement with Max Factor, Hollywood's Make Up Genius we are enabled to offer you this fascinating service without any cost or obligation to you. Simply come in and ask for your Courtesy Analysis Card. We will show you how to fill it out for mailing to Max Factor's Make-Up Studio, Hollywood, VciiaeKhruaiOo. .Mllltlli ot^fflBHBy V*S=r 6 Soulli Federal Avc. Phnne 8!) Mason City SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SECRETARIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday are accepted after 4 o'clock on Friday. TUESDAY 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 clnk-- 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 Â· 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. WEDNESDAY Monroe-Washington C. S. C 7:30 o'clock, school. Wesleyan class-Postponed. Degre of Honor Carnation club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. F, C. Johannsen, 604 Fourth street northeast, card party. Our Saviour's Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. Harry McAuley, hostess. Current events department--. 12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, Prof. E. W. Goetch. iV. of M. Social service department 1 o'clock, Moose hall. Oweso clnb-- 1:15 o'clock, Mrs. W. L. Eaton, 811 Jefferson avenue northwest. Loyal 10 club-2 o'clock, Mrs. J. W. Johnson, 324 Twenty-fifth street southwest. Bcbekahs-- 2 o'clock, I. 0. 0. F. hall, card party, Mrs. Herman Doderer, chairman. East Park Highland circle-2:15 o'clock, Mrs. L. A. Lysne, 31 Kentucky avenue southeast. Roman's club-2:15 o'clock, Methodist church, Lewis Browne. 5* and O. circle-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, guest day. * Central Lutheran N. E. group-2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Chris Rye 622 East State street. Olivet Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. O. C. Hanson, 504 Twenty-first street southeast. leander club- Mrs. E. T. Tracy,'403 First street northwest. A. to B. of R. T.-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Legion Auxiliary-1:30 o'clock, P. G. and E. Delphians-- Postponed. R. B. Bridge club-7 o'clock. Amber room, Mrs. W. J. Kleckner, hostess. ladison C. S. C 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. William Johnson, 324 Twenty-fifth street southwest. Saptist Y. W. A 7:30 o'clock, Irene Hamblin, 1135 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Crescent club-S o'clock, Y. w. C. A., leap year party, Hildred Elbert, chairman. A. JI. C. and B. W.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Spanish War Veterans auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. P. E. O. DZr-- 8 o'clock, Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, 510 Washington avenue northwest, election of officers, delegates, Mrs. R. L. Jackson, Mrs. Ralph Stanbery, Ethel Ehlers. Margaret Bagley, committee. P. E. O. GN-Mrs. W. P. Butler, Mrs. George Marty, Mrs. Volney Hansen, election of officers. COLLEGE Y. SEEETS FOR TALENT PROGRAM College Y. met at the Y. W. C A. Monday evening for a talent program which included a travel talk by Catherine -Wiley who told of her trip east, a piano duct by Arden Life and Carleen Bricc, an original short story by Roslyn Brogue and a piano solo by Dorothy Evans. Plans Made by Council for Course Training for Househol Employes Will Be Offered at Y. Plans for sponsoring a householi employe's training course were dis cussed by the Young Women's conn cil at its meeting Monday evening at the Y. W. C. A. The need for such a course was introduced by Alma Anderson o. tie state employes' office. It was pointed out that the employment office has received calls for girls to serve in households and has had no one registered who was qualified for the work. Because of the success of the "Snowflake Swirl" sponsored by the Y. M. and Y. W., it was decided to have another such affair in the near future. Further plans will be made by a joint committee from 'the Y M. and Y. W.' The nationwide business girls banquet was announced for March 24. It will be sponsored by the T. N. T., Tusalata and Crescent clubs and the council. Tentative plans for sending delegates to the midwinter conference for business and industrial girls to be held March 14 and 15 at Cedar Rapids were discussed. The meeting opened with devotions led by Hildted Elbert. Edith Rice gave the T. N. T. report, Irene Jolda, the Tusalata and Bemice Reynolds, the Crescent club. Miss Esther Pagenhart is the chairman of the council for 1936 Mrs. Fred Shaffer, co-chairman and Miss Orra Hanson, board represen. ;ative. Miss Elbert and Miss Margaret Gahan represented the Cres- :ent' club and the Telephone company. Miss Gertrude Decker was a fuest. iraper of Plymouth Is 86; Birthday Observed PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. John draper's home was the scene of a gathering Sunday, when Mr. Graph's two sons and their families rom near Osage and Irving Helm- r"s family of here, brought b-oskets and surprised Mr. and Mrs. Graper m Mr. Graper's eighty-fifth .birth- Jay anniversary. Mr. Graper has een Mitchell, Worth and Cerro Goo counties change from a prairie to ertile fields. Mr. and Mrs. Graper maintain their own home and he ften drives to his farms in Mitch- .11 county and drives a tractor all lay. .' _.. . . . . . . . . . - ... Â·Jarmony Club of Nora Springs Holds Banquet NORA SPRINGS--The Harmony lub entertained its husbands at a anquet served by the Calendar Circle in the Methodist church par- ors. After the dinner the group went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. . W. Kennedy where a social even- ng was spent This is an annual vent. The Crescent club met at the ome of Mrs. John R. Adams and he lesson on Modern Paper Mak- ng was given by Mrs. J. W. Wyatt nd newspapers was given by Mrs. Frank Bright. The Priscilla club :et with Mrs. J. B. Pribbenow making three club meetings the same day. LONEY-TENNEY OSAGE--Mr, and Mrs. Vern Tenney announce the marriage of their aughter, Elmira, to Donald E. Loney of Charles City, read in the arsonage of the First Baptist hurch at Austin, Minn., Feb. 22 by he Rev. Leo Fanderen. Mr. and VIrs. Roger Lesch were the only at- endants. The bride was graduated rom the Osage high school. Mr. and VIrs. Loney will live in Charles City Â·here Mr. Loney has a position with he Oliver Equipment company. A L4KBIAGE LICENSES SSCED TO COUPLES HAMPTON -- Marriage licenses r ere issued to Lester E. Roegner, 1, Geneva, and Leola Dohlman, 20, umont; Henry Abbas, legal, hapin, and Pauline Sahr. legal, :ampton; Charles P. Miller, 19. Hampton, and Gladys Bloom, 19, ampton. Returns to St. Paul. HANLONTOWN--Harold Rye re- imed Monday to the Lutheran emiuary, St. Paul, after a brief sit at home. He had been a dele- ate to the Lutheran Students nion convention at Luther college, ecorah. He appeared on the pro- ram in Saturday's session. Honored at Farewell Party. HUTCHINS--The "Ever Ready ub and some of the neighbors of he Archie Scotts planned a surprise arewell party for them Sunday af- ernoon. The Scotts lived on this lace three years and are moving to farm southeast of Britt. Leave for Boaz. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher Jid daughter, Edna, left Sunday for leir home at Boaz, Wig. They had een called here the first of last eek by the death of Will Koestler. ilr. Fisher is Mrs. Koestler's broth- Visit at Garrison. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. I. L. uffman and children spent Satur- ay and Sunday with Mrs. Huff- ian's parents at Garrison. They ere accompanied home by Mrs. uffman's mother, who will make week's visit at the home of her aughter. ar LEWIS BROWNE Quiet, Serene Home Condition Helps Stutterer By GARRY O. BITERS, PH. D. Child Training Authority. Ever so many parents write me about the child who stutters. A number have .later written me to say hat my advice had worked. "I have a little boy of three who stutters terribly. . . . He is a very active child, keeps finger nails pulled off to the quick, restless leeper, plays hard,, takes his rest and goes to bed under protest." To this mother I wrote: Clearly your child is exceedingly high stning and "nervous." Most tutterers are, whether they seem o be or not. Work on yourself and ie rest of the family to promote a more serene atmosphere -- gentle manners, very quiet voice. If there a a radio, keep it turned off while is awake. At several intervals during the day try to get him quiet .s you read to him or lead him in mexciting play. Work With Doctor. Work with your doctor to build the child up physically. See that he goes to bed at a regular early hour nd don't return to him after he s tucked in for the night, except fter he has gone to sleep. Make t an inviolate rule that he must not jet out of bed or up on his feet in he morning until the clock bell ings at a reasonable regular hour. Jpntinue his regular .daytime nap. f necessary, pick him up and carry him to bed promptly, telling: him is favorite story on the way or alking to him about his greatest in- erests. Say nothing. about his finger ails. When he stutters, act as if ou do not notice it. Look not at is mouth then; breathe naturally, Â·fever ask him to stop, slow up, or epeat: Read aloud a great deal to im. . . . To the many youths and older ersons who write me about stut- ering, I recommend that they re-.d loud alone, try to find some en- oyments, have some hobbies, and ry to go on talking, being confi- ent that they can make themselves more likable.by assuring their auditors that they will come through t last. To Help Adults. I can do most for these older stut- erers who will give me the names nd addresses of their parents, and everal close friends and teachers. Then I write these other persons to low them how they can help the tutterer gain in social courage and improve in ease of speech. Some ave written me that the results Â·ere good. An occasional adult has been able o cure himself of stuttering by us- ng his left hand instead of his r^ght, specially if he had been shifted to 36 right hand in early years. I dis- uss this problem more fully in my Learning to Be Likable," and my Building Personality in Children." fou should be able to find both these books in your public library. Returns to Albert Lea. DOWS--Miss Dolores Kelly re- urned to her home in Albert Lea after several weeks in the home of er sister and husband, Mr. and Irs. Everett Littell. Visit in Minneapolis. THOMPSON-- Mrs. Otto Alquist, on, Wayne and daughter, Lois, motored Sunday to Minneapolis Â·here Miss Lois will remain and ake a course in beauty culture. hey will also visit another daugh- ;r and sister, Miss Wilda Alquist, 'ho is taking nurses training there. Visitor From Mankato. ST. ANSGAR-- Miss Gladys Gil- ertson, who attends school at Man- ato, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. A. O. Gilbertson. _*_ Honored on Birthday, SWALEDALE-- Mrs. George Mul- gan was surprised on her birthday aturday when 16 women met at er home. Lewis Browne to Be Hearc Wednesday Afternoon at M. E. Church. Lewis Browne, who will lecture before the Woman's club Wednesday at 2:15 o'clock at the Methodist church, is one of the most interesting- personalities in the literary world today. He is among the most widely read authorities on the diffl cult and abstruse problems of comparative religion. He has succeeded where others have failed in popularizing the ancient mystic teachings and in interpreting the newer ones. His volume on comparative religions, "This Believing World," is now in its twenty- fourth edition, and according to an official survey made by the American Library association, has been the most popular book on religions in the libraries of North America. * His history of the Jews, entitled, "Stranger Than Fiction" has become a classic in its field; it is said to be the most widely read book on the subject in the English language. "That Man Heine," his biography of the great German poet, was a selec- tion'of the Literary Guild of America, and "The Graphic Bible" appeared serially in newspapers througfct the country. His history of Christianity, entitled, "Since Calvary" and his biography of the philosopher "Blessed Spinoza" have enjoyed like popularity, giving further proof of his learning, fairness, and warm human sympathy. His work, "How Odd of God," which presents an original and bold analysis of the Jewish "problem," is still causing discussion. Of this book, the New York Herald Review wrote: "A superbly stimulating piece of work. From the literary point of view, it is altogether exceptional in its power and beauty. It is not only the latest, but also the ablest of Mr. Browne's writings." Mr. Browne has led a vigorous, active life, studying the problems of society from many angles, organizing workmen's educational movements, traveling in the far places .of Asia and the East, searching for clews which will solve those deep enigmas of life, over which his resourceful mind is constantly playing. Lenten Meeting at Congregational Church Wednesday The second meeting of the Lenten eeason will be. held in the.First Congregational... church-. Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. "Questions Men Are Asking About Religion" is the general theme of-the series. An effort is being made to clarify the thinking on the fundamental problems of Christian living. Opportunity is given for discussion and the answering of questions on the part of all who are in attendance. On Wednesday night the topic for consideration will be "What Do We Mean by God?" The meeting is open to the public. Schleuter Is Elected Cresco Shipper Head CRESCO---At the annual meeting of the United Shippers of Cresco Saturday, the following members of the board of directors were reelected: Will Mullen, W. R. Ashley and Charles Curtis. Those holding over are Henry W. Schleuter, William Stopperan, J. E. Fravel, Ray Webber and William Wilson. The board named Henry W. Schleuter, president; Charles Curtis, vice president; James Svoboda, secretary- treasurer. The annual report shows a total of sales and receipts amounting to $59,330.90 in the warehouse department with a profit of 51,000.52 after paying all expenses. The stockyards department shows a profit of $77.10, --.;.-MRS. HALLOCK HONOR GUEST ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Belinda Hallock was honored at a party given at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Gaff- uey, 1102 President avenue southwest, Monday afternoon on the occasion of her' seventy-ninth birthday. Fourteen neighbors and friends were guests and the time was spent informally. JOHNSON-KIEVEXT ALLISON--A marriage Jicense was issued here to John D. Johnson and Elsie Kievett, both of Ap- lingtoa, legal age. Mrs. Navlor Speaker GARNER--Mrs. Edith Naylor of Clear Lake, who teaches in a Mason City school, will be the main speaker at the regular meeting of the Garner Woman's club Tuesday night, March 3. Mrs, Naylor who hag traveled extensively, will talk on Canada. Miss Julia Osteriand, Garner teacher, will sing. Mrs. Frank M. Hanson is program chairman. Return From Trip. HANLONTOWN--Mr., and Mrs. Cli Colby returned from a week's usiness trip to Sioux City, Shenan- oah, Omaha, and Lincoln, Nebr. --*-Leaves for Texas. I BURT--Mrs. R. J. Hammerstrom left Saturday for Mission, Texas, where she will visit her mother. Now That Winter Is Over 1'oa'H Want (o Have a New Permanent For Spring! *\r the wave that just suits your type and hair texture . . . that's soft and beautiful--make an appointment with . . . AL PITTMAN Model Beauty Shop 9 1st St. S. E. Phone 967 WIFE PRESERVERS Neglected electric irons frequently are the ause of fire. Make it a rule to turn off the current when you leave it, no matter how briefly. Ruth Lichtenstien Weds R. L Norcross MANLY -- Miss Ruth Lichtenstien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Lichtenstien, became the bride of Robert L. Norcross, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Norcross of Busbnell, HI., at the home of her parents Sunday. The Rev. George Parker officiated. The couple was attended by the bridegroom's brother, Charles Norcross, of Bushnell, and the bride's sister, Miss Margaret Lichtenstien. Mrs. Herbert Behrens of Chicago, another sister, played the piano preceding and during the ceremony. Following the wedding, dinner was served to more than 30 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Norcross will make their home in Aurora, 111., where he is employed. The bride was graduated from Carthage college at Carthage HI., where she was a member of the Pi Phi Nu sorority. Mr. Norcross, who attended Carthage college, is a member of the Theta Tau Sigma fraternity. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT OSAGE OSAGE--Licenses have been issued here to Carroll F. Nossen, 22, and Ruth Bogardus, 21, Hubbard; ,o Evelyn E. Krueger, 21, and Wil- ; red B. Osrnan, 21, Rochester, Minn.; :o Forest Ray Haugge, 34, and Fern M. Dickinson, 24, Atistin, Minn.; to Calvin E. Millington, 45, and Mary 3. Campbell, 22, Osage; to Melvin W. Rudlong, and Nina Roush, 22 of Austin, Minn. DRAJLLE-MBULER BRISTOW--Miss Nida Katheryn Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter K. Miller, Bristow, and Albert 3ralle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry )ralle, Jr., Allison, were married Monday at the Lutheran parsonage y the Rev. Mr. Nasson. Miss Esther filler, sister of the bride, and Harry Dralle the bridegroom's brother, were attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Dralle will live one-half mile east of town on the H. C. Newbury farm which was recently vacated by the O. M. Jarlan family. LEGION AUXILIARY XO MEET WEDNESDAY Members .of the American Legion auxiliary will' meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the P. G. E. when sewing will be done for the veterans hospital. Mrs. Claude A. Thomas and Mrs. R. C. Patrick will act as hostesses. SEBFELD-CRONE GARNER--A marriage license was issued to Norman Seefeld, 22, Wesley, and Esther .Crone, 25, Woden. Department Will Meet at Hanford Iowa State Teachers College ; Professor to Speak ; Wednesday Noon. Prof.' E. W. Goetch of the Iowa State Teachers college will arrive -I from Cedar Falls Wednesday to :ba T the. speaker at .the current events department meeting Wednesday noon at the Hotel Hanford. Professor Goetch is a member of the replacement department of Iowa State Teachers college and his topid will be "Current Happenings in EdÂ« ucation." The lecture will be from 12 to 1 o'clock and luncheon will be server! to those who wish it. Reservations !\ for luncheon will be received at th9 , f Hanford until 10 ' o'clock Wednes- 4 day morning. Serving will begin at m 11:45 o'clock. ' I The lecture by Dr. F. I. Herriotfj JB of Drake university which was post. I poned from a February date be- ,1 cause of the weather, will be held if later in the season and will conclude 'I the current events department^ ac- ,1 tivities for the year. Dr. Herriott's 5 topic will be "Human Rights and '| Constitutional Guarantees." BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Heneman and Â· f family have moved from 1214 j Adams avenue northwest to 32 Vermont avenue southeast. Mrs. C. O. : | Dawson, who formerly lived at 32 t| Vermont avenue southeast, has left for California. * a Â« Mrs. Welden Dietrich of Chicago,". arrived Sunday to spend 10 days'i visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nelle Schwartz, 421 Washing- ; ton avenue northwest, and other) j friends. * * * Harry Schulman, son of Mr. and i j Mrs: M. Schulman, 1025 West State ; j street, a student at the University of Chicago, has been pledged to i Delta Zeta Mu, law fraternity. * * * Mrs. T. K. Trissel of the Drama ;l Shop has returned from Colwell',[ where she acted as a judge of the high school declamatory contest. ', The Colwell students are coached .| by Mrs. J.. E. McMahou. KRULL-KNAVEL DUMONT--Miss Henrietta E vel. daughter .of. Mr. and 1 George Knave],'Waterloo, was nTM, -_ ried Wednesday -to": '.Martin Â· Kniti,; /j Jr., sou of 'Martin Krull; Â· at -the "f Evangelical parsonage by the pastor, the Rev. .H. M. Raecker. Ttiey were attended by Mr. and Mrs. George Gerdes. Mrs. Krull has been employed at the J. F. Pfaltzgraff home for some time and the bridegroom is employed at the Harold Handorf farm west of town on No. 30. The couple will live in Handorf's tenant house, JANSONIUS-JANSSEN. . ACKLEY--The marriage of Miss Helena Janssen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Veno Janssen, and Lester Jansonius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jansonius, was read at the Little Brown church by the Rev. William Kent. They will make their home oa the Miss Mary Jansonius farm 4 ] ,i miles east of Ackley. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COUHTESY AND SATISFACT10M WITH XVEIV KUtCHASE KNITTED DRESSES Smart New Fashions in New Spring Shades These hand-fashioned two- piece novelties are too gorgeous to enumerate on paper. Showing every new detail in collars, sleeves and fronts. Colorings are gray, blue, sunray, aqua, coralite, white, maize, green, Mexican red, brown, navy and beige. Sizes from 12 to 44. Fashioned by Lincolnit, Marinette, Lampl, Federal and Starr. SWEATERS and BLOUSES For Spring Gay colorings in all sizes. Priced Â£Â« Aft and from 9*Â»VV better "SEE YOU TOMORROW"