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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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IV _MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 28 0 1937 I E T Y Presbyterian Young People's Day to Be Observed on Sunday In observance of Presbyterian young people's day next Sunday Jan. 31, the young people's groups -n u First Presbyterian church will have charge of the morning service. There will also be a tea at o:30 o'clock for the young peo- The only cough cirap medicated w i t h the t h r o a t - s o o t h i n g ± ingredients ot Vlcks VapoRub. VicKs COUGH DROP pie followed by the regular young people's meetings at 6:30. The services in · the morning will be in charge of Miss Ollie Easley, president of the Foruir group. The Rev. Roy Peyton wil give a talk on, "The Crying Need of the Church in This Hour Is foi Youth's Clear Thinking, Vision and Help." Replying for the Forum group will be Miss Marian Hanes, and for the Senior's group will be Robert Green. The scripture will be read by Mildred Hotchkin. John Swaroff will offer the prayer. The closing meditation will be given by Clarence Andrews. There will be special music by the Young People' choir. All young people of the church will sit in a body in a special reserved section. --o-MRS. R. A. WASHBURX GIVES INSTRUCTION A school of instruction under the leadership of Mrs. R. .A. Washburn, instructor for Queen Rebekah lodge, No. 106. was held in the I. O. O. F. hail Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 4 o'clock Miss Rena Lennan, on behalf of those present, gave gifts to Mrs Last Days - Friday Saturday! Exceptional Values! While They Last! Final Pre-lnventory Sale! Coats seldom -found at this tempting price--fashions that owe their luxury to gorgeous fur collars or flattering snlf- trimmings! Stunning dressy or sport models . . . carefully made from handsome durable fabrics! Final Pre-lnventory Sale! Superior in styling, quality and workmanship-coats that achieve individuality with new silhouettes . . . clever details . . . choicest fabrics . . . precious furs such as sumptuous Wolf, Fitch, Cross Fo\-, Jap Coon, Marmink! Final P r e - f n y e n t o r y Sale! Better-type dresses that have been drastically reduced for Pre-lnventory disposal! A wonderful assortment-but not all styles in every size! Final Pre-1 nvenfory Sale! Exceptional bargains in suits of quality and distinction! All are tailored with flawless skill to assure perfect fit! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE Earl Leaman, noble grand, it being her birthday. The tea table was decorated in the lodge colors pink and green, and a large birthday cake tentercd the table. Mrs W. M. Huffman and Mrs. U. W Davis poured. About 30 were present. Mrs. Maude Maxson, Mrs R. E. Kolwinska and Mrs. G. G VVeida were in charge. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED BY MRS. D. CARSTENS. At a birthday celebration held by Mrs. D. Carstens, 50J Fourth street southeast, her children came to be with her. They include Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schuitz and son, Jackie Lee, Mrs. H. A. Grieman and daughter, Marjorie, Garner; Mrs. A, C. Musfell of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs James *\ Manuel and children, Jeanne and Jimmy, Mason Cily. Mr. Schuitz is a son and Mrs. Greiman, Mrs Musfelt and Mrs. Manuel, daughters. Two other children, Walter Sehultz of Minneapolis and Mrs. A. E. Lyon of Denver were unable to be here. Social Calendar THURSDAY Baptist Kiim-Dubble class-7:30 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore, 1508 Carolina avenue southeast. "VIonroe Washington C. S. C 7:30 o'clock, school. Lincoln P. T. A.-7:45 o'clock, Music hall, talk on "Social Hygiene," Dr. Ver- ptanck Magdsick of Charles City, open to public. R. N. A.-8 o'clock, Moose hall. FRIDAY Baptist Division 4-1 o'clock, parsonage, 225 East State street,, luncheon, ·hrlsdaii Workers division G-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. T. E. Simkins, 124 Ninth street northeast. St. James Junior Luther league-7:30 o'clock, c hurch parlors, Ralph Wandrcy serving. Harmony Guild-1 o'clock, C o n g r e g a t i o n a l church, Mrs. J. D. Lindsay, chairman, Mrs. H. W. Conover, Mrs. Harriet Michael and Mrs. G. C. Blackmore, hostesses. Our Saviour's Dorcas circle-Mrs. Frank Maillard, 234 Twenty-Sixth street southwest, while elephant exchange. Pleasant IUcl;rc club-Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Johnson. GOOD MATERNAL CARE IS URGED New York Nurse Stresses Value in Reduction of Death Rate. Importance ot proper care for expectant mothers was pointed out by Miss Anita Jones, assistant director of the maternity association of New York City, in an address Thursday noon to the Kiwanis club in Hotel Hanford. The part of men in reducing maternal deaths was emphasized by Miss Jones, who said that when men realize good care is essential, they will insist on it for their wives, daughters and sisters. Miss Jones sketched the history of the maternal care movement in New York. A medical leader's hope that maternal deaths could be reduced by two-thirds is being realized, she said. In a particular area in New York the death rate among expectant mothers who had 7'eceived special care was only 1.7 R thousand live births, while in t h a t same section the death r a l e of mothers who did not receive that care was (5.2 a thousand. "The moral attitude of Ihc community toward maternal care is vital," Miss Jones continued. "There have ' been many taboos that have stood in the way of education. Medical science and the physicians can save life, but the expectant mothers must come to them soon enough." Miss Jones, who is spending a month in Iowa, was introduced by Miss Alice Rooney, acting director of the public health service in Iowa. The latter was presented by Miss Edith May, cily public NINE Merciful Sleep Shuts Out Agony of Raging Floods SI«","Kown^u' 1 %H i nTM r s «I° B TM V""* » nd . old ' ^ »eik and stnn.K-a.l a l l k e worried l.nrnud h u m a n her feet refuses sleep ,, ua5 the horrors behind them. Note particularly the crippled woman SALVATION ARMY Wants Clothing, Blankets, Food and Money for Flood Victims. Adjt. Katherine Davis, ·harge of the local Salvation Army corps, made an appeal Thursday for blankets, overcoats, ingle mattresses, canned goods, money and clothing for flood re- iet victims. "The Salvation Army is taking in active part in the flood relief vork in the flooded areas and is espqnsible for a considerable amount ot relief work, and is cooperating with (he Red Cross in caring for refugees," the adjutant stated. Articles may be left at the Army hall, 226 South Federal avenue, or by telephoning 758 donations will be called for. Special collection will be taken in the Sunday night service and sent to Des Moines where it will be forwarded to the flood district. Clothing will be held pending consignment instructions. health nurse. Harlan Girlon was in charge of the program. Guests at the meeting were E. H. Barker, R. A. Niles and Dr. L.. R. Woodward. Music Teachers to Meet at Cedar Falls for Iowa Conference CEDAR FALLS--Plans for a conference of Iowa public school music teachers to lake place at the Iowa State Teachers college, Saturday, March 13, are now being prepared, it was announced by Edward Kurtz, head o£ the department of music. One of the main problems which vyill be discussed is the music curriculum . i n the public schools. Other problems include motivation of the pupil, the problem of get- ling and keeping him interested in his music lesson. Modern trends in musical education will also be discussed. Various Iowa speakers are now being approached to lead in the discussions. Included on the day's program will be a d i n n e r and several short concerts. Those attend- ng the conference will also be nvited lo attend (lie opera "Carmen," on Friday, March 12, the second of its two performances. The production will be presented by Teachers college students and directed by W. E. Hays, associate professor of voice. No Piils Are Needed OLD MOHAWK INDIAN T O N I C with this? wonderful sweet tasting, q u i c k and easy OLD MOIfAWX TONIC Is a body buUdor, it ia readily absorbed into the system wh ere It begins work by aiding the Stomach, JJver and Intestines to perform their duties thoroughly. Within 12 hours it wit] drive poisons from yuur system as black as ink. Try it for Intliscr.tion. Bi3-, Constipation, Rheumatism, or any other /orm of f.lomach disorder. I J m l t ?. to n nj,*lor»irr, HUXTAnr/E DRUG CO. I1G South Federal Vailed A n y w h e r e j«r Roll!* E X T R A Aunt, Grandmother of Accident Victim Go to Sioux City Georce Byers, 17, Central Sioux Cily high school student, who was killed Wednesday in a gas explosion that demolished the north side home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. ,T. Byers of Sioux City, was a nephew of Mrs. Roe Thompson ot Mason City. Mrs. Thompson and her mother, Mrs. H. W. Byers, who has been residing at the Thompson home, 509 Washington avenue northwest, this winter, left for Sioux City upon hearing o£ the accident. Assistant Fire Chief: Charles Kuhl of Sioux City said the explosion apparently was caused by gas escaping from a kitchen stove and being ignited by a pilot light, according to word received here. The boy's father is assistant superintendent at the Standard Oil company plant in Sioux City. He was in Chicago at the time of the accident. Coroner .1. M. Krigslcn of Sioux City, reported the boy wns killed by the force of the explosion and by fias saturation. Damage lo the house was estimated at $10,000. Police Seek Missing Photographer From Eveleth, Minnesota Andew Nelson, 50, Eveleth, Minn., photographer, is being sought here by police at the request of his wife. Nelson has been missing from his home tor several months, following a nervous breakdown last summer. Nckon is believed to be in Mason City working at manual labor in the back room of a grocery store. He is 5 feet 1 inch in height; weighs from 120 to 140 pounds; has a bad cough and his tacc is bloated. He wns known to have been in Mason City last September, when it was believed he lost his '27 Buick sedan licensed 235-448, Minn., in an accident. Police said Nelson may be using the name of Andrew Hanson. Police request persons knowing the whereabouts of Mr. Nelson to notify them at once. KAIJEN ALLISON--Marriage license issued here went to Ernest John van Radon, 22. Allison, and Mattie Timmer, 10, Allison. Church of Christ to Help in Flood Relief Opportunity will be given lo worshipers at the Church of Christ Sunday morning to contribute to the flood relief funds of the Red Cross. A special table for receiving offerings will be placed at the entrance to the church and the funds will be taken in charge by R. E. Prusia, missionary treasurer, and will be turned over in a lump sum to the local Red Cross agency. The pastor, the Rev. D. L. Kralz will speak on "As It Was in the Days of Noah" for his Sunday morning sermon. SHOWS GROWTH OF RAILROADS Country Again Becoming "Rail Conscious," Heads Point Out. William Wallace, Chicago, cily passenger agent of the Milwaukee rnilroad, presented slides with recorder! explanations of the development nl the American railroads before a firoup of employes and other invited persons nt Hie clubrooms at the local station Wednesday evening. The presentation, made under the sponsorship of the As=ocia- tion of American Railroads, reviewed the history of the railroad systems of the country from the first crude locomotives of more than a -century ago to the present modern type of machines. A similar typo of development it was pointed out, has taken place in passenger coaches, freight cars, road beds and service to the public. By calling attention to these facts through, advertising and word of mouth, railroad companies were again making America "mil conscious," it was stated. Church Gets $5,00(1 SIOUX CITY, (/P)_The Morningside Presbyterian church here received a bequest of S5,ODO from the estate of Miss Clara Latham, KB, who died Monday, in the will filed for probate here. The entire estate is valued at $200,000. Way to Relieve Coughs Q U I C K L Y IT'S BY Klirvine ft»IAt),,irrilii|«l t l n i i n n r i h i i ttirotL mil bianchial lutes. Olio id of innre- liiis.nla in FOLBY'S HONEY t TAItquirMy relieve K-kjiiijt. huctins. c.n, ? t,i,, e ; ;^ ,.,,,,,; »Ml»"llieairrilMcdlhro»lIinin)ia(o k«ip von [roii, AnnthoiMint actually onlcra tha Mom], rcnalica thn »H 0 cle,l bronchial lul)M, IOOMMIS phleRtn, lifilpn hrr*k un ooimh «n(l «;«/« r/nmv. Onset n o,,,,,!, Aue to « onW otjEorc it, K etrt worse, before ottitrn cnteli it Clicck il »-itu 1.-OM3VS JIONKY ,t T\R" It Bivra quick relief »0d Jptldcil-utl ticot,y. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN E V E R ! OUR E N T I R E FOUR FLOORS IN PREPARATION FOR THIS GREAT SALE You Will Be Amazed at This Great Display of Fine F u r n i t u r e and Floor Coverings at Such Startlingly Low Prices. R E M E M B E R ! This Fine Display of F u r n i t u r e Was Bought Before Recent Price Advances -- and at Present Sale Prices - the Savings to You is Tremendous. What You Can Expect at Chapmans At No Additional Cost D u r i n g This Great Sale F R E E T R U C K D E L I V E R Y OR FREIGHT PAID GOODS STORED FOR LATER D E L I V E R Y EVENING OR SUNDAY APPOINTMENT - PHONE 200 (Reverse Phone Charges) C H A P M A N S G U A R A N T E E ON EVERY SALE (As U s u a l ) Liberal Allowance On Your Used F u r n i t u r e Toward New It Will Pay You to Come 100 Miles or More to Attend This Great Sale. Your Purchase Delivered Free of Cost. 19-21 First Street S. E.

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