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February 19, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE "I -_ _ . ." ---- i - ___ m.fiC3ViM \jH I ULiimEi-fcrAZBilTZi · . P\T T T^TI/^^VXT A T-k TW T s^^- - ^ ~ ^ ~ -- ~ -- ~ · ' · · · ' . FEBRITAjtY 19 · 1931 ' DRvLEROY_ARNOLD_WILL LECTURE ON CURRENT DRAMA !\ /\-**r*. r 1^* "I ~1 - TIMpn TUVa T.am. n W A ~. *··__ T T _ , I _ _ J ~* - " ' -it . · --- jt--_ . · ·, , Mrs.Tilden Issues Gall for Meeting Mrs.WiUJamH.HathomTo Report for Music Department. W. H. Hathorn, chairman of for the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs, and. Mrs. John Sen- S »i .p 6 "" 0 G°rdo county chairman, win bo among those to report at the meeting of officials of the federation March 4, 5 and 6 in -Des AToiues. Mrs. c. A. Knutson of ^-lear Lake, ; chairman of legislation, will also report. J ?S S '*.The official can of the federation has been issued by the president, Mrs, Galen TUden of Ames, and the corresponding secretary, Mrs. Eu- gc»e Cutler of Des Moines, Those who will attend include the board county chairmen, departft^ntTdlvi- ^"S.^ 9°«nn»'ttee' members. *v 1 ' M!eetil *£ will be that of the finance committee of which Mrs. William Milchrist of Sioux City, Airs. Wilham Larrabee, Jr., of Cler- TM d Xtrs - ^ H - Volland of City ate members.. They will r with lire. Knutson and Mrs. Engelbeck of Des Moines, of the revision committee. Board to Meet. The board will meet at 7 . 30 oUock March 4. It includes Mrs. -- - - - -- : -- . Makes You Look ft r ·* So Fresh, MELLO-GLO, the new face powder, will keep your skin from exposure and preserve its youth. The new Drench process by which it is made sS^Thp'r S TMS °°,, 10n p r ' Spread smoother, and wall not clog the Nr, n ^ s P ecia! .« Qt ls youthful, M^SfoTo 3 T° r F rltati » vrtth MELLO-GLO Try this new wonderful face powder. Damon's, Inc. Tilden, Mrs. Larrabee, Mrs. Vqlland, Mrs. Eugene Henely of Grinnell, vice president, Mrs. H. C. Houghton, Jr., Red Oak, recording secretary; Mrs. H. E. Gratlot, Dubuque, auditor, and Mrs. Mllchrist. Directors who are members of the board include Mrs. C. D. Rawhouser, New London, Mrs. R. G. Pophani, Marengo, Mrs. Edward True Alvord, Waterloo, Mrs. Carl Reed, Creaco; Mrs. F. C. Kelloge Cedar Rapids; Mra. A. J. Decker, Newton; Mrs. R. H. Slyvester, Des Moines; Miss Nell S. Bogart, Glenwood; Mrs. Frank Davis, Man son and Mra. O. J. Saquety, Holsteln. The second morning of the convention will be devoted to conferences, and in the afternoon a joint meeting of the board and committees will be held. Departmental chairmen who will report Include Mrs. Knutson, Mrs. Gordon Hays, Red Oak, education; Miss Catherine Brown, Sioux City, literature; Mrs. R. E. Heywood, Peterson, international relations, and Mrs W S. Cooper, Winterset, American citizenship. Reports to Bo Made. Committees reporting will .include Mrs. F. E. V. Shore, arrangements; Mrs. W. E. Maulsby, ushers, Mrs. Milchrist, finance, all of Des Moines; Mrs.; Henry. · Neff, Ames biennial program; Mrs. Engelbeck, revision; Mrs. Clarence Van Epps, Iowa City, Iowa history; and Mrs. C. S. Hopkins, Lake City, garden. At the final session March 5 re ports of the various chairman wi be made Including Mrs. Hathom music; Mrs. S. J. Sayers, Jefferson American home; Mrs. Henfy Ness MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PEACTICAL PATTERN for3 ' . public welfare and Des Molnes Committees reporting will in- elude Miss Alice Spalding of Sioux City, endowment; M r ^ H w .Spaulding. of Grinnell, state fair Mre " A ' H - Marshal! of Des Moine? headquarters; Mrs. Emory English of Des Moines, printing; Mrs w.H Davidson of BuVllngton scholarship and loan fund; Mrs E. N. Coleman of Davenport/club institutes; Mrs PATTERN 1884. · By ANNE ADAMS. Plaids are very Important in the spring fashion world and they have a cheerful quality that makes them equally smart for adult or kiddle The little rig shown uses a simple plaid in green and brown on tan gingham. The banding' is brown The coat effect bodice and the gracefully flared skirt are very lovely. Other suitable fabrics for Pattern 1884 are percale, .dimity jawn, etc., any one of which may be chosen in a delightful variety of colors and designs. May be obtained only in sizes 4, 6, 8 and 10. Size 4 requires 2'i yards of 36 inch fabric. Transfer Pattern 704 consists of 1 dog .and 1 bunny to be stuffed. Fifteen cents extra. No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size, and simple, exact instructions are given. Send 15 cents in coins or stamps (coins preferred), for ench pattern Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. The new spring and summer fashion book is now ready. It features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses lingerie, pajamas and kiddles' clothes. Price of book, '15 cents. Book -with pattern, 25 cents. Address all mail and orders to Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth street, New York City. Department to Sponsor Appearence S p e a k e r Well Known to Mason City Audiences From Past. Dr. Leroy Arnold, professor of English literature at Hamline university, St. Paul, will give a lecture on current drama at a meeting of / the drama department of the Woman's club Tuesday afternoon 'at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. W: C. A. Dr. Arnold has appeared several times before the Woman's club lecturing on the current plays, and has a large following in Mason City. He makes an annua! trip to New York, where he spends much of his time .attending the various dramatic productions. He also acts as an exchange professor at Columbia university. His long experience with the theater and his discriminating judgment make it possible for Dr. Arnold to recommend the worthwhile plays to his audiences. Bits About 'em 1884 C. E. Greef of . Eldora, exchange program; Mrs. G. R. Wpodhouse of Viutrin, junior memberships; Mrs. *. H. Carter of Corydon, resolu- ions; Mrs. Olin Sweet of · Des Moines, badge; Mrs. I. H. Tomlinson of Des Moines, transportation- and Mrs. W. E. G. Saunders of Em metaburg, co-operation with war veterans. A Great Enro Shirt Event *~ ~ We have just received a shipment of new, first quality, collar attached Enro Shirts--a factory surplus. We bought them so advantageously that we can sell regular ·M and *3M values for n.79 3 for $ 4 You'll find broadcloth, madras and new novelty fabrics in fast colors--plenty of stripes, the new note in spring shirt styles. These shirts are tailored to fit snugly around the collar, and are full cut. / vt. v / Trouser Sale One lot of men's and young men's All Wool Odd Trousers--canvas pockets and waistband linings^-buttons sewed with heavy linen thread. Values to §6.50, for. $3.85 Get to Know Garner Man Marries Milwaukee Girl at Russian Ceremony T'»"! Alex Suwaroff family, 1603 North Federal avenue, and Alice Siskow, Pennsylvania avenue northeast, returned to Mason City Wednesday night after attending the marriage at Milwaukee of Mary Tarasoff, Milwaukee ,and George Golbuoff, farmer near Garner. The ceremony, held in the Russian Orthodox church Saturday morning was unusual in that it was typically of honor. A two column picture and Russian in all its details. Natalia Suwaroff was the maid an article more than a column long was published in a Milwaukee paper about the wedding. The article described the ceremony, emphasizing that to all of the details the marriage followed closely the Russian traditions. llr. and Mrs. Golbuoff have re- urned to 'Garner and are now in .heir home on rural route No. 8. JEFFERSON CHILD STUDY CIRCLE MEETS. At the meeting of the Jefferson Child Study circle at the home of Mrs. M. O. DaJvey, 1414 East State street, Wednesday a report of the thrift committee was given by Mrs. H. D. Makeover-' in.- which sha thanked!the workers for their: cooperation which she and Mrs. G. S^ C. Andrick have had In gathering and distributing food and clothiiy Mrs. W. G. Schrader led tho lesson on "As the Adolescent Sees It," pointing- out the importance of the child's viewpoint. Mrs. G. DeGroot spoke on "What the Pre-School Child Needs" suggesting that what a parent is has more importance to the child than what a parent does. A.CLEAR COMPLEXION Ruddy cheeks--sparkling eyes-most women can have. Dr. F. M. Edwards for 20 years treated scores of women for liver and bowel ailments. During these years he gave his patients a substitute for calomel made of a few well-known vegetble ingredients, naming them Dr. Edward' Olive Tablets. Know them by their olive color. ' These tablets are wonder-workers on the liver and bowels, causing a normal action, carrying off the waste and poisonous matter in one's system. If you have a pale face, sallow look, dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headaches, a listless, no- good feeling, all out of sort, inactive bowels, take one of Dr. \Edwards Olive Tablets nightly for a time and note the pleasing results. Thousands of women and men take Dr. -Edwards Olive Tablets-now and then to keep fit. 15c, 30c and 60c. Miss Catherine Curtiss, 228 Tenth street northwest, and Miss Betty Senneff, 223 West State street let Thursday evening for Detroit, Mich where they will represent Mason City iu the. national high schoo .chorus which will sing at-the sixty- first annual convention of the department of superintendents of the National Education association to be. held Feb. 21 to 26. Eenroute home, Miss Curtiss will spend a few days in Chicago where she will, visit her sister, Mias Vernell'Curtiss, a student at Northwestern unlversitv * * * . *' Miss Lois Moeser, 706 North Jefferson avenue, has returned home after visiting friends at Mar- quete college, Milwaukee, Wis. * * * Misses Marian arid Betty Ferguson, students at St. Catherine's college, St. Paul, ' are expected home Friday to spend the week-end with their father, Merrill E. Ferguson, Hotel Hanford. i * * * Miss Louise Mackett, 125 Fourth street northwest, will leave Friday for Chicago where she will visit her sister, Mrs. G. V. Taylor. » * * Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, 21 Rock Glen, plans to leave Friday for Iowa City where she will spend several days with Mrs. J. B. MacGregor. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Query, 13 Connecticut avenue northeast, announce the birth df a jdrl. * * » Misa Martha Egloff, 206 Third street northeast, will leave Friday for St. Pa«H where she will visit friends over the week-end. * » * Miss Cynthia -Cornwell,' Pine Island, Minn., is visiting at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Wiliam L. Dibble, 221 Third street northeast. She Is Mrs. Dibble's cousin. » * ,* · Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Parker of Minneapolis, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. DeNeut, 208 Madison avenue southwest. * · « Mr. and Mrs. John McConnell, Des Moines, are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. W. R. Webster. 87 River heights. * * * . Mrs. Frank McConnell, Sanborn, has returned to her home after spending Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. A. A. Major, 626 East State street. . · -- o-Frances McGlone Is . Couple Goes YOU CAN DEPEND ON'A CILDNER STORE Tune in on WMT Friday Noon at 12:35 .'.. You may get a.Frce Tie Try This Tonight What do you do when a sluggish system shows the bowels need help? The best thing yet discovered for this is still a little candy Cascaret. Take one tonight if liver and bowels aren't functioning as they ought. See how quickly bad breath, coated tongue or a bilious, headachy condition is cleared up. No griping or discomfort from Cascareta. The quick, pleasant relief they always bring constipation sufferers is lasting. For Cascarets are made from, cascara which doctors say actually strengthens bowel muscles. So you can take Cascarets as often as needed. 20 million boxes used .yearly proves their merit. DOUGHERTY, Feb. 19.--The marriage of Miss Frances McGlone and William Lalor took place Tuesday morning at 7:30 o'clock at St. Patrick's church. The Rev. E. J. Dougherty of Oelweln, an uncle of the bride, preformed the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Misa Dorothy McGlone, Iowa City, and William. Boyle was best man. , Mr. Lalor' la cashier of the bank here and after a trip thru the southern states they will be at home here. ^*. J MRS. L. A. FINN HOSTESS AT PARTY Mra. L. A. Finn entertained a group Wednesday .evening at her home, 314 Eighth street'southeast, when 500 was played at three tables. Mrs. Beatrice Rose won high score prize and Miss Bonlta Arnold low. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Finn, assisted by Mrs'. C. E. Rose and Mra. William Christiansen. The guests included Mrs. Joe Lytle, Mrs. Louis Litchfield, Mrs. Tlllle Sanden, Mrs. Beatrice Rose, Mrs. Lomena Porter, Mrs. Leo Herzog, Mrs. Christiansen, Mrs. C. E. Rose, Mrs. Cecil Rose, Miss Arnold and Miss Pearl Esler. _ ' BRIDGE PARTY TO BE HELD BY ELKS Mrs. Wayne McGowan and Mrs. Scott Smith will be hostesses at tlis women's bridge party to be giver, at the Elka clubrooms Friday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. George Harrer and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Murphy will fce hosts at the bridge Monday evening at the club. MRS GEORGE DEETZ ENTERTAINS AT DINNER Mrs. George Deetz, 317 Second street northwest, entertained at a dinner Wednesday at her home on the occasion of her birthday. The guests included Mra. E. G. Gaabel, Mrs. C. B.i Christiansen, Mrs. F. G. Geiler, Mrs. J. P. Borup and Mrs S. A. Wheeler. QUEEN REBEKAHS TO MEET FRIDAY Mra. R. A. Washburn wil! conduct a school of instruction at the I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening at 7 o'clock preceding the Queen Rebekah meeting at 7:30 o'clock. The meeting will be followed by a program and socia! hour with Mrs. C. S. Berryrnan, Mrs. w. E. Atkinson and Mrs. Ray Dean in charge. VOLUNTEER CLASS MEETS FOR PARTY Forty members and friends of the Volunteer class of the Portland community church were present at a party held in the church Wednesday evening. At the start o£ the evening the group waa dlyided into two teams. Competitive gainea and con- testa were held with a prize award- ad to the winning team. Refreshments were served. The committee in charge consisted of Ruth Pippeft Carol Ludeman, Virgil Hicks and Glen McCachron. Local Pair to Be Heard on Program Mrs. W. F. Ingraham, Miss Ellis Bracken To Play at Algona. Mrs. W. 'F. Ingraham, soprano, and Miss Ellis Bracken, organist, will be the performers at the musical vesper program to be held in the First Congregational church of Algona Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The Rev. P. J. Clark is pasr tor of the church. The program will open with the "Adagio" from "Sonata in E Minor" by Rogers played by Miss Bracken. Mrs. Ingraham will sing "Tha Lord is My Light" by Allitsen, "The Publican" by Van Da Water and, "O, Divine Redeemer" by Gounod." Miss Bracken- "will play "Deep River" by Burlelgh and "Allegretto" Schumann and Mrs. v lrigraham will sing three numbers, "Not Understood" by Houghton, "Trees" by Rasbach and "The Old Refrain" by Kreisler. "In a Monastery Garden'' by Ketelbey and "Pilgrims'. Chorus" from "Tannhaeuser" by Wagner will be played by Miss Bracken. -Mrs. Ingraham will sing "A Highway Shall Be There," by Patten and Miss Bracken's closing number will be "Reverie on a Familiar Hymn." Smarter Styles, Bettor Quality lor Less Money Since 1930 ·Mmntr AWD iATur*crnwi FEBRUARY GLEAN - UP of Fur Trimmed CLOTH COATS Lundberg's prefer offering these distinctly smart coats at these drastic reductions--jn fact, -we insist on clearing stocks regularly, new fashions arriving, demanding quick clearance! THESE CLEAN-UP PRICED GROUPS REPRESENT THE GREATEST COAT VALUES OFFERED IN MANY A SEASON! 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