The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 9
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
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MARCH 22 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINE MUKPHY-BOWKKS GARNER, March 22.--Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bovvers announce the marriage of their daughter, Lola, to Robert Dale Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Murphy of Rockford 111. The ceremony took place Feb. 6 at the Grace Methodist Episcopal church in Rockford with the Rev. James Durand officiating-. The bride was graduated from the Garner high school and has been employed in Rockford. The bridegroom is employed by the George D. Roper cor- poration at Rockford where they will live. McCOY-MELLCKKN CLARION, March 22.--Announcement has been made of the of Miss Eernice Mellgren, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Meligren of Eagle Grove, to Wynn McCoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McCoy of Clarion at the Lutheran church in Council Bluffs. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. George Kurtz, Jr., of Council Bluffs. Mrs. Kurtz is a sister of the bridegroom. Mrs. McCoy is a graduate of the Iwiglc Grove junior college and ha bceu teaching for the past two years. The couple will make its home in Clarion, where" Mr. McCoy is in business. A. D. 15. C. CLUB MEETS WITH PKGGY SULLIVAN Peggy Sullivan, 1307 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, was hostess to the A. D. B C. club Wednesday evening. Bridge and bunco v/cre played with prizes going to Virginia Braby, bridge, and Louise Kern, bunco. Jean Fockens won a guest prise. Marvelous Navy, Rose and New Blue-these are your Easter colors! Featuring stunning jacket styles in finger-tip or full-lengths! Smart, exquisite lingerie trimmings! Clever windswept details! Unusual sleeves and necklines! Glorious all-over prints! Fashions for bridge, tea, , theater, dining, sports and Easter promenade! They'll arouse great enthusiasm at this tempting low price! ENGAGEMENT TOLD Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kaufman, 312 Second street northv.-est, Thursday announced the engagement of their daughter, Ann, to Dave Goldhirsch of Minneapolis. No wedding date has been set. SIRS. HARRY RUSSELL HOSTESS AT FAREWELL Mrs. Harry Russell entertained at a farewell party Wednesday at her home, 436 Twenty-fourth street southwest, honoring Mrs. Myron Atkinson, who is moving with her family to Albert Lea. The af f cr- noon was spent informally and a handkerchief shower was held for Mrs. Atkinson. Refreshments were served at the close of the party. The guests were neighbors and friends of Mrs. Atkinson. Varicose Ulcers--Old Sores Relieved At Home No sensible person will continue to suffer when powerful penetrat- ng, yet harmless antiseptic Moone's Emerald Oil can readily be obtained at any drug store--the directions are simple and easy to use. Economical, too and Hux"^ table Drug Co. guarantees g:''isfe one bottle to give splendid *"°°"""" results or money back. Physical Punishment Should Be lype Which Will Not Injure Chald I By BKOOKK I'KTESIS CHURCH. Even the most controlled and advanced parent is lively once in a i^jiiie to Jase her patience with a child and perhaps in a moment oi exasperation to Siap it. There is, for example, such a case as Molly, an in^uisiiive littly mite of two who would not keep her i'ia- jers out of the delicate work her mother was doing. Finally, at the i;nd of her patience, the mother slapped the back of the baby's hand and was siarllcd at real pain which the punishment caused. The back of the hand was,never designed by nature for such treatment as slapping. It is a very delicate part of the body; a network of veins, sinews and nerves, and generally not very well covered with fat. Many a good pianist has been spoiled by an injury to the back of Ihu hand. If it is necessary to slap a child's hand, and most mothers arc at some time apt to do it, have the child turn its palm up so the cushioned side may receive the blow. To some parents this may seem a cold-blooded way to go about it, very much like making a small boy cut the switch with which he is to oo spanked. But in reality it takes but a second longer and incidentally calls the baby's attention to the punishment. The pain inflicted, while sharp and stinging and causing momentary tears, will not be nerve-racking or deep-seated. There have been too many cases of unforscen and lasting injuries inflicted on children, by what seemed at the time salutary and commonplace punishment, for parents to visit consequences which may cause them life-long regret. LINCOLN RADIO C. S. C. MEETS AT PAYNE HOME The Lincoln Radio Child Study circle met Wednesday at the home of Mrs.. G. L. Payne, 626 Third street southeast, for a broadcast on "Home and School Co-operation." The broadcast was followed by round table discussion and at the close of the afternoon refreshments were served. The next meeting will be April t with Mrs. R. J. Longley, 107 Carolina avenue southeast, and the lesson will he on "Intellectual Developments." TO BE BRIDE ~1 J O I C E , March 22.--Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Dahlby announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Evelyn, to Truman Thocm, Kensett. The marriage will take place in the near future. Miss Dalilby studied painting under Miss Lotta Wilcox, Mason City; ceramic art under Marion Mayne SUirr, Mason City, and oii painting and drawing under Francis Robert White, who conducted-art classes at Clear Lake. She has won several prizes on her paintings at fairs and has worked as color artist at Russell studio. Tips en Contract FATAL IJUFF By TOM O'NKIL In baseball a batter will run it out, hoping for a fielding error when things look desperate. Its a good idea with a tough contract in bridge. Comes from Bridge House, New York, a hand in which Samuel M. Staymen kept plugging away nt a four-spade commitment that looked impossible until nine tricks had been played. Then he saw a way to make one of the defending partners trump with nothing loft in his hand but trumps to lead back to the declarer. -~-n r c v-'s the hand: MARCH 25th--PALM SUNDAY APRIL 1st--EASTER SUNDAY Our stock Is "loaded" with a beautiful selection of New Easter Featuring full length coats --the choice of smart women for Easter! Suits that are masterpieces of styling! Flattering semi-fitted models! N e w e s t windblown details! Tweeds or Matelasse of exceptional quality! Each a symbol of expert workmanship! Clever tucked sleeves! Smart self ties or silk scarfs! All newest Spring ideas! Navy, new blue, shrimp, gold, green, tan! Impressive values! WONDERFUL VALUES Small, largo and extra large hea'Jsizes. Others at $2.98 up to $5.00 Every hat in our entire stock is "brand new." All the very newest styles and shades for spring. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL Feast your eyes on these superb, captivating fashions! Clever stitched collars and sleeves! Cuffs trimmed w i t h choicest furs! Luxuriously f u r- trimmed c o l l a r s and throws! Charming ripple collars! Splendid lightweight Spring fabrics! Beautifully tailored to accent the new windblown ideas! Choice of Fitch, Squirrel or Gallapm trimmings! Coats that will capture the fashion spotlight for Easter! Worth decidedly more! ' Q 5 4 - S * K Q 5 UTH ·» J 7 6 S 4 - 3 SO. FEDERAL AVE. Widths AAA to C Also Blues, Greys, 'V/. ""^^tHHs? Browns, Whites Narrow chromium color lacing up the foe of this pump and the bow stitched in chromium color thread give the ultra modern air to this new "streamline" pump. Mail Orders Promptly Filled NO FOOT TO!) HAIID TO FIT \VB HAVE MASON CITY'S GREATEST SHOE VAMJES Sta.,mc!n, South, wound up in a tour-spado contract alter North had started with a club and had bid two clubs and two no trump over South's spades, the enemy constantly passing-. West opened the diamond loiavc, which went to South's ace. South led to the ace of clubs and on the king of clubs discarded a diamond. The king of spades forced out West's ace and a heart was returned. Fron 1 the North hand the ace, king and knave of hearts were played, the knave being ruffed South. The load of the queen, of spades showed that the outstanding- trumps were bunched west and things looked desperate. The hold- '·.:gg were: NORTH S-NONE K-NONE D - M 7 4 C-98 WEST St-9 7 0 H-10 !-9 C-NONE EAST S-NONE H-Q I-K 0. C-,J 7 SOUTH S-J 10 8 H-NONE D-8 (i C-NONE A diamond was led from the South hand and taken by the queen. Kast had an idea that SouUi'E trumps might well te forced again and so led the queen of hearts. That gave South his chance. Ke trumped with the eight of spades and then !crl his last diamond. West had to take it with a tr.imp and lead into South's spades. The declarer lost only two spade tricks and a diamond. Had East returned the diamond king instead of the heart the contract could not have been made FOR YOUR VOCABULARY Bumbledog--one who indulges in bumblcpuppy, or planless playing. Heart-breaker -- A powerhouse wrecked by a freak of distribution. Killer--Bid or play which wrecks opponents' plans. or axed--Outplayed. Bull--Ace. Rack--A player who holds more than his share of aces and kings. Stiff--Thirteenth card of a suit which the holder is unable to cash I Ace-grabbing--Cashing aces at ! the first opportunity, thus pcrmtt- j ting opponents to take tricks with j lov.-er honors. I Arc-framing---The opposite, going : to sleep with an nee. | (Ely Culbfrtson in American i Speech, a lingir'stic cuiart-rrly pub! lishecl by Columbia university.) Miss Knthryn Fan-ell will arrive j Friday from Grinnell to spend Her I vacation from Grinnell college with i her parents, Dr. and Mrs. V. A. Farrell, -no First street southwest. She will be accompanied home by the Misses Ruth and Doris Crabb, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Crabb. -\ I-7aratr:iiie court. Miss Do- jis Crabb has been visiting in ilar- i ha!lUv:i! and nt Grinnell with her j .;i:-:U'r, u siuclcni at Grinr.'.'ll college. Special Frirlay aid Saturday 2 NEW SPRING DRESSES FOR Bring Alons a Friend NAVIES - PLAIN COLORS - PRINTS' SHEERS VALUES TO CREPES - KNITS $15 EACH A Beautiful Array of Spring Dresses and Suits 114 North Federal Ave. PROFIT BY USING THE WANT ADS To the Woman and Miss . . . Who Want - Stv lo 1 1, y Ju«w WE ARE GOING TO PROVE THAT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILL BUY HERE A SUPER GARMENT IN A or SILK LINED -- STYLED TO THE MINUTE MATERIALS FANCY TWEED SMOLLA DOUBLE-FACED COATING VIOLLA CREPE MONATONE TWEEDS BOUCLE TWIST COLORS GREY MIX NAVY NEW BLUE SHADES TANS TWISTS SIZES 14 TO 44 '/:, ?i and Full Length Suit Coats Extra Secial!! for the Thrifty Easter Shopper who \vants to make a selection from the choice of our better dresses, selling from $10 up. We Offer Friday and Saturday to DISCOUNT Every dress above S10 included. Some have just been unpacked! NO RESTRICTIONS. PHONE 484

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