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FEBRUARY 20 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE R. LEROY ARNOLD RECALLED BY POPULAR DEMAND Minneapolis Lecturer to 'Be Featured / j ime of Meeting Changed to 3: 15 O'Clock for ' ' Members. *'rhe time for the lecture to be i'iven by Dr. LeRoy Arnold Tuesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. ; -jhas been changed from 2:30 to 3:15 'to accommodate a number of mem- tbers . who have other meetings scheduled for the same day. ,, f Doctor Arnold is appearing under \ the auspices of the drama depart. merit as a result of popular de- $.*mand. Mrs. R. E. Romey, chairman S of the drama department has been LRI beseigred with requests for his- re?Appearance and It was decided to i'have him on the only date which j;he had left in February. ,J Doctor Arnold, who is a professor jof English at Hamllne university, ! jst. Paul, teaches three daya a week iiand devotes the remainder of his rtime to broadcasting and lecturing. f; Many are familiar with his reviews I';of plays and books from WCdO, '·'Minneapolis. it He is also an exchange professor p.with Columbia university, spending /January of each year in New York, j lecturing at the university and attending the new plays. Be bases his /'lectures on this experience. Jto WASHINGTON IS ORGANIZED ' i A. new club was organized at a [birthday party, given Thursday eve,7 cing a t ' the home of Mrs. H. Brown, 654. Eighth street north, east, on the occasion of Mrs. Mar- Hha Higley's birthday. The group i"-' lok the name of Martha Washing- i'ton club in honor of Mrs. Higley [{! who was elected president. The members who were present include Mrs. .Frank Willey, Mrs. Henry Billman, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. L. A Morey, Mrs. Henry Morphew, Mrs Norman Spuhler; Mrs. J. F. C Jdhannsen, Mrs. Robert Grant anc Mrs. Ben Golien. Dinner was served a gift was presented to Mrs ^Hgley. The next meeting will be £eld at the home of Mrs. Johann- 6.14 Fourth 19. street northeast NUGENT-LENNON. DECORAH, Feb. 20.--The mar jjriage of Miss Frances Lennon anc |CEdward E. Nugent was held at the 'Catholic parsonage. Miss Esther Is was bridesmaid and Dr. W ferugent of Prairie du Chien was . After the. ceremony a awskfasfe-woa cbrved=-at the Jk ([hnishiek Hotel "to near relatives ·jith the bride and bridegroom wen ·nployed by the Interstate Powe iompany. They will make thel home in Decorah. BELSETH-BEMIS Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bemis, 91 . Georgia avenue northeast, announc the marriage of their daughter Gladys, to Orlando Belseth. Th Rev. P. W. . Pfaltzgraff, pastor o the Grace Evangelical church, offi elated at the ceremony. They will make their home here where the bridegroom is employed at Deckers. He is a graduate of the local high school. Sand is a very valuable commodity. Humans need a lot of It, along with some grit.--Cliillicothe Constitution. CHESS KING MATCHES SKILL WITH 200 Jose K. Canalilnnca, Cuban chess champion nnd formerly cZ.jiiipion of Ihe \vorlU, faced 50 teams, comprising 2(1(1 men, in an unusual exhibition at New York. Each team of four men made its move after it had been phinnetl in consultation, and Signer C:ipa- hlanca walked from table to table pitting his brain against 50 combinations. The final result was: Capa- lilnnca won 28 games, drew 1(5 anil lost six. Picture shows him at hoard of tT. S. military academy team. Left to rieht are: Capalilanca (standing), Lieutenant Jlamlull, Colonel Echols, Lieut-Col. Clayton E. Wheat and Major H. 11. Harmon. Caution Asked When Entering Into Marriage WIFE PRESERVERS SKIN IMPROVED IN 3 DAYS WITH RESINOL "When I decided to try Resinol Soap and Ointment, my complexion was a sight from pimples and blackheads. I had a horrid, muddy looking s k i n and when I used powder it looked even worse. After three days' use of the Resinol treatment I could see an improvement and now I no longer have to be ashamed of my face. All my friends are telling me how good my akin looks." (Signed)-Mn. Minnie Norflect, St. Louia, Mo. Yon; too, can have It clear, smooth complexion by n»iniRe»inol Soap daily with n touch of Reainol Ointment to heal Che occasional pimple. At your druggists. Free ·ample. Write Rei£nol Dcpt.7S Balto. Ma. He murmured: "Oh, Pardon Me" ...a hundred times a day... A HUNDRED times a day he suffered j f \ . the agonies of embarrassment as his conversation was interrupted by "Pardon Me's," as he turned away to stifle gas. It bad been that way for years. No matter what he ate, it caused gas and discomfort. His stomach constantly caused him pain. He could hardly bear tlje idea of food. He was Irritable and (nervous--couldn't sleep. A friend suggested Tanlac. He tried it. In a few days the gaseous condition left him. His appetite returned. He began to fee! loads better in every way. He slept like a boy. Stomach gas is not only painful aa well as embarrassing but it maybe the warning of dangerous stomach troubles. Get rid of it--straighten out the condition that causes it with Tanlac. Few preparations have-Tanlac'g wonderful record of success in quickly relieving Kas discomfort and stomach distress. It has helped thousands and it must help you too, or your druggist will return your money. By VIRGINIA LEE ONE OF THE questions that is frequently asked this column is from mtu-ried people who have lost their love for one another and wonder if they should separate or not. It is a hard question to answer. I believe that no two people should enter into an agreement as solemn as marriage without intending ti make it last for life. Business partnerships are not entered into lightly. When money is involved most of us take the matter very seriously. We make every effort to find out if the person with whom we plan to c!o business is honest and reliable, and if they are the type of person with whom we can get along. But when we marry, we merely know that the person whom we would wed is attractive to us, without thinking very_ much about whether we can together conduct the business of life efficiently and contentedly. Of course, when we go into a business deal we are calm and collected. We are not hllnded beforehand by that little imp, Dan Cupid. We weigh the matter properly before we sign any papers. And if we find that the person with whom we have contracted a business contract is not living up to his agreement, we dissolve the partnership, dividing up the profits or losses equally. But with marriage it is oiten not so. One- or the other may not want the alliance broken--may feel tha f their lives are broken thru the dissolution. To break a marriage usually means heartache--perhaps tragedy, especially where children are involved. * T- * "DEAR VIRGINIA LEE: I am 21 years of age and have been married three and one-half years. My married life has been very unhappy I did not know much about my husband before our marriage. He is 27 years of age. "He has worked regularly uniii last May. He is a very poor manager when he is working, and I have found out that he gambles. 1 work all the time and spend the money on the house and clothes, and on the upkeep of insurance of my homa. "Do you think it is worthwhile to keep on living with my husband feeling as I do toward him 1 I don't feel that he will ever be able to take care of me and have the responsibility of a husband. Altho I have ceased to love him, I respect and sympathize with him. Would appreciate your advice. M. H. T." So many people have been out of work these last few months that it is no disgrace, M. H. T., and does not prove at all that a man cannot support a wife. You are, I suppose, basing your belief that your husband can never shoulder the responsibilities of a home on his past performances. You were very young when you married. Too young to have known your own mind. If your husband needs you to keep up his courage, thru this crisis, stay with him, but If you cannot love him and feel that he does not need you when things are brighter financially for him, try a separn lion. If you have to support yourself anyway, do not love your husband, feel that you can be happier free, nnd as there are no children, it may be that you had better separate for good. CONFERENCE REPORT GIVEN TO TUSALATAS At the meeting of the Tusalatns Thursday evening at the Y. W. C. A. Miss Helen Bogard and Miss Rmily Klusmier reported on the business girls conference held in Oca Moines which they attended as lelegatesi. Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Invited. By Mrs. E. E. Hunter Try adding about two tablespoons of grated cheese to the biscuit dough. PATTERNS USED Of interest is the announcement of the Globe-Gazette daily pattern service that there waa a 60 per cent increase in those used in January, 1931 over those used in January, 1930. In January last year 206 patterns were sent for by Golbe-Gazette readers and in January '31, 333 patterns were sent for. There have been a number of letters sent to the Globe-Gazette' for these instead of directly to the Globe- Gazette pattern department, 243 West Seventeenth street, New- York City. The letters have been forwarded, but readers have been asked to send their letters directly to New York for quicker service. Today's word family includes discourse, resource and recourse. They are all pronounced alike--verb and noun. The accent falls on the last syllable and the dictionary gives no choice. CHRISTIAN WORKERS HAVE WASHINGTON TEA IN AFTERNOON Members of the Christian Workers held a Washington tea Thursday afternoon · at the Church of Red carnations and red decorated the tea tables 37 MEN ENROLL FOR LESSONS IN FIRST-AID GLASS Marshall Gives Address of Welcome: Two Patrols Are Organized. The specialization course in first aid, under the direction of Tom Conner, county chairman for first aid and life saving of the Cerro Gordo chapter of the Red Cross, opened Thursday night at the Lincoln school with 37 men as students in attendance. The scoutmaster of the course is Charles A. Knouse, scout executive. The meeting opened under the direction of H. B. Russell, field scout executive, as assistant scoutmaster. He led the men in several games. A. J. Marshall, chairman of the area leadership training committee, gave the welcoming address. He brot out that each citizen owed to his community some work along the line of civic service and he knew of no better way to give this service than thru such work as the Boy Scouts of America. Y. M. C. A. and other character building organizations. He also stated the men in attendance were there because they were interested. He stressed that the success of the Boy Scout mov- ment is due to the fact that it is built on donated man power. As chairman of the committee he stated that the committee would welcome any riticism, both constructive and otherwise, as it wanted to make the course as helpful as possible. His recommendation of Mr. Connor as instructor was high. Divided Into Patrols. The group of the first aid course was divided into two patrols, the Owls and the Rattlesnakes. The personnel of the Owl patrol, with Stanley i/. Haynes as patrol leader, is made up of three five-man teams with the following lineup: Team 1-Dr. A. L. Miller, Charles City, team captain; D. C .-Davies, Meservey; Lloyd Paul,, Garner, Charles W. Mc- Cabu, Mason City; George Barbour. Charles City. Team 2--Dr. H. O. Young, Thornton, team captain; A. G. Heddle, R. J. Forsyth and Howard Brogan, Thornton; H. O. Ytzen, PLANS OCEAN HOP MAY RANDOLPH WILL TIFF ENDS D a u g h t e r Left $150,000 After Three-Year Battle With Widower. The long fight over the will of Mrs. May Wheeler Randolph, former Mason City resident, at Los Angeles, Cal., is now over, according to in'formation received by the Globe-Gazette. The information received states that Superior Judge Stephens has admitted to probate the will of the former Mason .City woman, which eaves a $150,000 estate to her daughter, Anzonetta Lloyd Collison, who is confirmed as executrix. Mrs. Wheeler Randolph died Feb. 3, 1928, :n Pasadena. Prior to going before Summer pluns of Miss Marlon Eddy, youthful American aviatrix, Include a solo trans- Atlantic flight, London to New York, She holds the American altitude record for women tn un amphibian plane. Miss Eddy has been making several flights over the English channel, to practice flyiryj blind. Christ, tapers where Mrs. F. C. Goodman and Mrs. J. W. Hight poured. A program was given including two piano solos, "Valclk" and and "Stars and Stripes DR. STELLA MASON TALKS TO W. C. t. U. ON LINCOLN'S LIFE Dr. Stella Mason talked on "The Life of Abraham Lincoln" at the meeting of the W. C. T. U. Thursday afternoon in the Y. W. C. A. She described the various memorials erected in Lincoln's honor which she has visited and said that he needed no defending since his life spoke for itself. She pointed out that he was born in an age which needed him and that he would always be honored for his services. Mrs. E. E. Simpson reviewed the "Life of Frances Willard" and said that hers was the only statue of n woman in the hall of fame. Mrs. Francis Pipes presented a picture of Frances Willard to the union. Mrs. L. T. Hawkins led the devotions and Mrs. Anders Stortroen and her committee served refreshments. Forever" "Sylvia" by Mabel Joy Prusla; and "When Song is Sweet," Betty Lou Marston; "Minuet in G," "Serenade," "By the Brook" by Raymond LaGasse, James Stlnehart, cello, and Margaret Cooper, piano. Elizabeth Stevens sang "The Second Minuet" and Until" and Raymond LaGasse Social Calendar SATURDAY Immanuel Junior Mission band-2 o'clock, Mrs. Anna Frederickson, 034 Washington avenue southwest. Juvenile Mystic workers-Y. W. C. A. M. B. A. Junior lodge -- · 2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Browninpf society-7:30 o'clock. Miss Cora Sundell, 49 Crescent drive, "The Worst of It," Browning; "C a v e n d a r's House," Edward A. Robinson. Miss Inez Gwynn. Sunbeam Workers-2 o'clock, Our Saviour'n Lutheran church. Postmasters Plan Concentinn. SHENANDOAH, Feb. 20. (UP) -The 1931 convention of the loiva State league of district postmasters will be held here June 12 and IS.Five hundred postmasters are expected to attend, according to Earl Patton, president of the league. National officers are also expected, among them Gov. Dan W. Turner, Senator Brookhart and. Congressman Thurston. played "Air on G String." Mrs. Ray Prusia sang a group of Spanish songs of the Pyrenees. Sterling Prusia played a cornet solo, "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp." Miss Dorothy Hicks and Mabel Joy Prusia acted as accompanists. PROGRESSIVE PARTY HETJ) FOR B. P. W. More than 40 members of the Business and Professional Women's club met Thursday evening at the borne of their president, Miss Ruby Potter, 1012 Third street southwest, for a party. The time was spent in playing bridge and bunco. Later in the evening they went to Miss Joy Ridgeway's home, 37 Oak drive, where refreshments were served. ,;. CENTRAL P. T. A. IVEETS AT SCHOOL At the meeting of the Central P. T. A. Thursday afternoon at the school a program of music was given by the Central school orchestra. The children from Mias Erlck- son's room sang a group of songs and there was community singing. Mrs. Claude Thomas reported on the carnival held at the school. Mrs. Archie Peterson spoke on "Worthy Home Membership and Vocations." The attendance prize was awarded to Miss Masden's room. Mason City. Team 3--Dr. O. H. Banton, Charles City, team captain; Cliff Holland anil L. K. Birkholz, Mason City; Wayne Pavey, Klemme; B. L. Harris, Thornton. W. O. Woodman of Plymouth is patrol leader of the Rattlesnake patrol. Personnel of the' teams are: team captain; Marshall Young, Thornton; Dr. W. E. Voreck, Charles City; Georg-e Nelson and C. A. Anderson, Mason City. Team 2--Ted Veeder, Mason City, team captain; W. T. Brietske, Klcmme; H. D. Balcl- wi.n, Hampton; V. R. Deviney and Glen A. Veeder, Mason City. Team 3--C. W. McFarland, Charles City, team captain; Clarenec Kittleson and Theodore J. DeBulir, Mason City, Luverne Wetterling and Donald C. Roe, Garner. Team 4, calling itself the "Saw Bones" consists of F. C. DeSart, Mason City, team cnp- tain; H. F. Mueller, Meservey; and Paul Manor, Northwood. Dr. Jennings Is Scribe. Dr. H. H. Jeninga. scoutmaster of Troop 3, Mason City, is the scribe with F. A. French of Thornton as assistant scribe. Paul Manor of Northwood was elected morale officer. The following men, under the direction of C. H. Stevens and Ralph Stanbery, assisted by Walter Waves and Roy Redlngton, are in a specialization course in archery; Milo Peterson, Dr. W. J. Brown, Charles R. Crumb, Mason City; C. G. Water- Stoltz-and Goodman to Be Captains of Sides; Goal Is 500. Announcement has been made by members of the Cerro Gordo chapter of the Izaak Walton league of a membership drive. The goal of the organization has been set at 500 and it is expected much enthusiasm will be created by the campaign. Two sides have been chosen. E. L. Stoltz is captain of group No. 1 and Frank C. Goodman is cnnlain of group No. 2. Letters have been sent to members of the organisation, notifying them which side they are on. In these letters it ia pointed out how the chapter was reorganized three years ago and at the time no special appeal was made to increase membership but instead a definite program was worked out. Among the activities listed for the chapter were co-operation for a bass Judge Stephens, attorneys for Mrs Colliaon and for Jack C. Randolph, widower of the wealthy Pasadena woman, filed with Superior Judge Archbald stipulations for the dismissal of Randolph's contest. The appeal to the state supreme court from Judge Archbald'3 judgment for Mrs. Collison previously had been withdrawn. The stipulations set forth that the litigants had settled their differences, and that Randolph had withdrawn nnd dismissed all objections. Judge Archbald, who had tried the contest and found for Mrs. Collison April 2.1, 1930, signed the order dismissing the action. The will offered by Mrs. Collison was drawn at Malba, L. I., several years ago. When Randolph opposed probate as widower of the testatrix, Judge Archbald held -that the marriage had been Invalid because of a previous manage. The judge ruled that the testatrix's divorce from James E. Moore at Reno, Nov., was hot legal. Randolph has been serving a two- year term in McNeil Island prison on a federal conviction of misuse of the mails. Following Mrs. Randolph's death, he was tried and acquitted on a charge o£ her murder. Two Men Are Fined at Police Court Session Keith Sharpe, Mason City, was fined $25 and costs on a. charge o£ disorderly conduct when he appeared at police court Friday morning. He waa arrested at 2:30 o'clock Friday morning in an automobile on Second street southwest. Ernest Moon, Mason City, was fined $25 on a charge of intoxication. For failure to provide his fino he is being held in the county jail. May 15e Useful and Beautiful, AMES, Feb. 20.--Both usefulness and beauty may be considered in selecting plants for landscaping the farmstead, according to U. R. Rothacker, assistant professor of landscape architecture at Iowa state college, who spoke to those attending the annual home landscaping short course which closed here today. and pike nursery pond, inauguration of a carp seining program, offering rewards for furnishing information concerning violations of fish and game laws, sponsoring of a conservation essay contest, the promotion of conservation legislation and support of the J. N. Darling resolution for state conservation. Will Give Two Lectures. CEDAR FALLS, Feb. 20.--Robert B. Wylie, head of the department o botany at Iowa, university and an authority on plant morphology, will apeak twice here at the Iowa State Teachers college Feb. 26, it has been announced by C W. Lantz, professor of natural science. HOT breads' aro tempting 1 . But often they lack roughage. The absence of bulk from foods often, results in constipation. But now you can liave hot broads with rouflhat/c. add a cupful of Keilogg's ALL- BRAN to the recipe. This delicious cereal furnishes the bulk needed to assure proper elimination. You will find many appetizing recipes on the red- and-green ALL-BKAK package. Equally tempting as a ready- lo-eat cereal with milk or cream. Two tablespoonfuls daily aro' guaranteed to prevent and re- lievo both temporary and recurring constipation. In severo cases, use with each meal. ALI.-BUAN also furnishes needed iron for the body. At all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Wicker.sham says he is a "punch- '-·· bag." but what a large part of the country wanted him to he was n punch-bowl.--Atlanta Constitution. Musical Program at Presbyterian Church The Guild of the First Presbyterian church offers a musical evening Monday. This will be held in the church at 8:15. Mrs. Raymond .lames will present a few readings. Rheon Woodward will sing the numbers used in the contest in which she won first place as contralto In the high school. The instrumental trio, Mrs. Harlan MacMillan. Mrs. Harold Johnson, Mrs. Leon Woodward, will present several numbers. Mrs. C. E. Oilman is arranging for some special numbers. The program is being arranged by Mrs. Harlan MacMillan. man, Ray Jorgenson, C. Grosshuesch, Klemme; R. D. Larson, Thornton; C. R. Larson, Plymouth; P. J. Kirkpatriclc and Rush Gabrielson, Crystal Lake; Rollin Bohning and Lester Larson, Clear Lake. This class is meeting in the Manual arts buildingf. CITY BRIEFS House Passes Bill to Delay Weddings 5 Days DES MOINES, Feb. 20. /P)--The senate today passed the Clearman bill requiring a lapse of five days between application and granting of marriage licenses. The vote waa 36 to 1. The measure now goes to the house. The automotive industry seems to have overlooked a simple way of getting back into capacity production and giving business a boost. Just trade new cars even for old ones.--Snn Bernardino Sun. W. R. Hamilton has bcn called to St. Paul by the illness of his son, Robert, a student at Hamline university, who is suffering from pneumonia. Mr. Hamilton was to have spoken at the Ventura school Thursday. The girls' sextet sang there and sang at Dumont Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Zehlter have left on a two weeks trip Co Chicago. They will visit Mrs. Zeb- ker's brother, Jacob Schwab, in Milwaukee before returning. They are well defined. An achy sensation, sneezing; cold, chilly feeling, head., ache. A jcrious uncomfortable condition which ii goon relieved by Ihe tonic and l a x a t i v e e f f e c t of A L L - B R A N SLEANS-SCOUBS POLISHES Brightens Your Home-Lightens lour Work Laxative Tablets Rarebit'Sauce Make a cream sauce with 1 !/2 tabls. flour. 1 '/2 tabls. butter. 1 cup milk, J4 teas, salt; when thickened add J/J cup good cheese. Stir until'cheese melts. Pour over MACRO-NETS, brown slightly in oven. Special Display and Grand Opening -- of -Dixie Barbecue Machine In the display window of the Rendezvous you will sec the Dixifi Barbecue machine which displays and barbecues sill our meats in the most up-lo-dnte and sanitary way. This special machine automatically bastes the meats, retaining all the rich juices and flavors. The Grand Opening of this new equipment Saturday and Sunday. Slop in for Barbecued sandwiches or a Lunch, Saturday and Sunday. After the show or party, treat your friends to a real feed of delicious Barbecued Spring' Chicken, southern style ... or Barbecued fresh or smoked ham. Saturday and Sunday Fancy Boxes of delightful sweets, finest confections, at very special prices. Every box strictly fresh. We're doing this to get you acquainted with our fine candy ^?Q/» department «J»/C to A large balcony here for Parlies. Have yours here. All accommodations. Let us serve your Guests something different. Rendezvous Confectionery Luncheonette m NORTH FEDERAL A V E N U E

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