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February 24, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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FEBRUARY 24 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE I NORTH IOWANS TO BE PLACED ON SUFFRAGE ROLL OF HONOR Tablet Will Be Hung at Convention ·24 Noted Iowa Workers for Suffrage Named for Honor. North Iowa women who will be in eluded among- the suffrage workers and women who have promoted the effective use of suffrage to be honored at the convention of the Iowa League of Women Voters in Des Moines March 11, 12 and 13, include Mrs. Mary A. Emsley Adams and Mrs. Charles W. Damon of Cerro Gordo county and Lanche Sclmadig Wolf of Floyd county. A feature ot the convention will be the presentation of Iowa League of Women Voters honor roll to the state historical department. The names of 24 noted Iowa workers in the suffrage field have been placed on a bronze tablet, to be hung in the state historical building. The work of compiling the list, and raising funds for the establishment of the honor roll has been done under the direction of Dr. Effle McCollum Jones of Webster City, herself Icnown as a pioneer worker for equal voting privileges. Names on Tablet. The women honored, and the counties represented on the tablet are as follows: Mrs. Mary A. Emsley Adams, Cerro Gordo; Dr. Harriet Bottsford Amy, Winneshiek; Mrs. Martha G. Callanah, Polk; Mrs. Mary J. Coggeshall, Polk; Mrs. Charles W. Damon, Cerro Gordo; the Rev. Eleanor Elizabeth Gordon, Hamilton; Julia Clarke Hal lam, Woodbury; Mary Elma Hamilton, Wapello; Mrs. Eliza Heaton Hunter, Polk; Mrs. Caroline A. Rice Ing- CHILDREBTS COLDS are doubly dangerous now! Treat promptly but avoid "dosing." Just Rub On '2f _ VAPORUB O V E R M I L L I O N J A R S U S E D Y E A R L Y ham,, Polk; Dr. Effie McCollum Jones, Linn; Mrs. E. T. Koch, Linn; Anna B. Lo.wth.er, Dubuque. Dr. Margaret Billingsley Mills, Wapello; Martha Lavery Peck, Wapello; Mrs. Emily T. Phillips, Wapello; Mrs. Lizzie B. Read, Polk; Mrs. J. I. Rutledge, Webster; the Rev. Mary Augusta Safford, Woodbury; Ida B: Wise Smith, Polk; Mrs. Rowena Edson Stevens, Boone and Story; Eleanor Chafin Stockman, Webster; Lanche Sctmadig Wolf, Floyd. Jury Selected. A jury composed of women well acquainted with Iowa suffrage history selected the names for the state roll of honor. On this jury were Mrs. Harriet Belvel Evans, Corydon; Mrs. Julia S. Evans, Hampton; Mrs. Dell P. Glazier, Fort Madison; the Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, Hamilton, 111.; Mrs. Mary Ankeny Hunter, Ankeny; Mrs. Florence Koch, Cedar Rapids; Miss Harriet Lake, Independence; Mrs. Lottie K. Marsh, Waterloo; Mrs. Julia B. Mayer, Des Moines; Mrs. C. A. Robbins, Winterset; Mrs. Anna B. Stason, Sioux City, and Mrs. Nell C. Swisher, Iowa. City. Iowa women also have placed on a ; national roll of honor the name of Carrie Chapman Cntt, suffrage leader and former lowan. Her name, with that of Susan B. Anthony and Anna Howard Shaw will head a list to be graven on another bronze tablet which will hang in the reception room of the headquarters of the National League of Women Voters in Washington. State rolls of honor on hand illuminated vellum appropriately framed will also be placed in the headquarters at Washington MRS. J. F. SMITH HOSTESS FOR SON Mrs. J. F. Smith gave a surprise party Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. Sweeney, 603 Jefferson avenue southwest, for her son, Ronald, on the occasion of his sixth birthday. Games were played and refreshments were served. The guests included Dorothy Dagne, Ruth Donaghy, Earl Kenyon, Lloyd Whipple, Jr., Helen Louise and Wesley Ward, Jr. The only out of town guest was Ronald's great aunt, Mrs. Joe Hewett of Forest City. 19-21 FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY Ends Next Don't Delay Longer It Is Doubtful If Better Furniture Will Ever Be * Sold So Cheaply Again CREDIT to Ail Goods Delivered FREE Purchases Made Now Will Be Held for Future Delivery If You So Desire at No Extra Charge MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PKACTICAL PATTERN Responsibility of Boy Friend Must Be Proved By VIRGINIA. LEE PATTERN 1897 By ANNE ADAMS Following the grown-up fashion trend, this small girl wears a cunning rounded bolero over her sleeveless frock. Isn't it adorable? Braid in solid color has been used to finish collar, armholes, and the entire edge of the bolero. The little skirt is gracefully flared and the narrow belt may be worn below the bolero as in the sketch, or raised to the normal waist line. A cunning print in silk or cotton may he used for Pattern 1897--pongee, percale, gingham, broadcloth, dimity, pique, etc. · ' · May be obtained only in sizes 4, 6, 8 and 10. Size 4 requires 2 yards of 36 inch material. No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size, and simple, exact instructions are given. Send Fiften Cents (15c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred), for x each pattern. Write plainly your x 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 kiddies' clothes. Price of book, fifteen cents. Book with pattern, twenty-five cents. Address all mail and orders to Mason City Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West 17th Street, New York City. a ------and Mrs. Guy Angell and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCloud and their son, Mr. and Mrs. William Hart and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson. John Leonard, Jr., played a number o£ cornet solos including "America," "Onward Christian Soldiers." "Old Folks at Home" and "Our Boys Will Shino Tonight." MR. AND MRS. GEEK ARK HOSTS AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Geer, 327 Twentieth street southeast, gave a dinner Monday evening at their home for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wil- lemssen and son, Jack, Jr., and Superintendent C. F. Belchner, all of Swaledale. Genevieve Larson Weds Alvin Bray at Home Ceremony FERTILE, Feb. 24. ---Miss Genevieve Margarite Larson, dangler of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Larson, was married to Alvin Morris Bray of Hanlon- town at the home of the bride's parents by the Rev. M. A. Lowe. The -attendants were Thelma Bray, a sister of the bridegroom and Lenorand Tue of Northwood, a cousin of the bridegroom. A wedding dinner was served Immediately after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Bray will live on the farm owned by his father, north of Hau- lontown. Mrs. Bray !s a graduate nC the Fertile high school. TUCKABATOHEE CLASS TO HAVE LUNCHEON Members of the Tuckabalchee Sunday school class wfll meet Thursday for a 1 o'clock covered dish luncheon at the First Methodist church. This will be the first meeting of the year and plans will be made for the year's work. "DEAR VIRGINIA LEE: I am 21 and for two years have been keeping company with a fellow. I love him and he thinks the world of me. I am a private secretary and I make nearly twice as much money as he does. "Recently I met a young man with money whom I also like, and he has asked me to marry him. But I don't think I love this man. as much as my steady. I come from a very fine family and have hart everything I-want, and therefore, my people think I should marry the man with the most money. *·· "Can you give me any suggestion, Virginia Lee, as I am very uneasy and unhappy over this matter? "SHIRLEY." Yes, I can, Shirley. Don't marry j the man you don't care much for, even if he has money and your people favor him. You would be perfectly misortihle missing the other boy. And everything he did to annoy you--and you would probably be easily annoyed married to a man you didn't love--would seem worse because you would be contrasting aim with your old friend. Now as to the "steady." Why doesn't he make as much money,as you do? Men are paid approximately more for the same, labors than a girl. Hasn't he had your advantages of education, etc.? If there any prospect of his ever making enough for you two to live on comfortably afcd rear a family? II nor, count him out, too, even tho you do love him. Few men are worth supporting just for the pleasure of their company. They can't bear the children, you know, and few women are satisfied without having babies. If there is no prospect of his being able to take over the family responsibilities after awhile, you will have little prospect of happi ness and contentment wedded to him.' Your family never would forget that you might have married money, and they probably would not let him or you forget it, either. If he will eventually be able to take care of his share of the family responsibilities, why continue to go with him and plan on marrying All else being equal, the man who attracts you most is your besl chance of happiness after marriage * XI # RUTH: If tho young man insist that he is not engaged to anyone else, and continues to ask you to marry him," why do you doubt him? Have you ever seen him with this other girl? What is the basis of you- belief that he is engaged to her? I you cannot trust him to tell thi truth I should think you had bet ter not marry him. Make a pom of finding out whether it is true .0! not, from undisputed sources, anc then act accordingly. *= * *.* YOUTHFUL LpVER: Your par ents are unwise in not letting yoi have friends come to the house, would think it was very uncomfort able to have to slip out to meet th boy friend and to lie about it a home. And you are almost certain to be caught, sooner or later. MR. AND MRS. LEONARD OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and Mrs. John Leonard, 32 Sixth street southwest, entertalne a group of relatives and friends a dinner on the occasion of their fit teenth wedding anniversary. Th guests included Nels H. Nelson, Mrs Leonard's father, Nela H. Nelso and his daughters, Sena and Mar garet; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fakto; Mr. and Mrs. Annia Nelson nn their children, Mrs. Mary Coylc, Mr "Goes in 4 Weeks" Avoid Dangerous Operation "Your fourwetfcs home treatment ended my goitre."--Mrs. J, M. Spencer, Attica, Ohio. "My doctor said operate. But by your treatment: I ended my goitre in 1 month. Tliat v.'as .1 ve.irs ago. Goitre never returned."--Mrs. W. A. Pease, Creston, B. C. End Goitre Quick at Home 200,000 pcnple have treated goitres at linnic this easy, harmless way. Many say goitres ended in 4 weeks even though other methods hart failed. Dig 44-]age illustrated l r REE HOOK by Battle Creek Goitre Specialist tells how to end goitre quick. 1 Phvilclans T r n j l m o n l and Advltory Go. · | l JM\fi San born Bldg,, BaUlc Creek. Mich. ! I Scnrt me FKEB Itnolc How to Eml Goitre Qulch ! at Homo wlLtiout Danger or Operation. I I N*mc - I ... MAKE YOUR DOLLAR GO FURTHER (Artlllclnl Teeth) FOR Thru fortunate ptircimse of materials, we are enabled to make this wonderful offer unlil March first only. VULCANITE PLATES ARE STILL THE BEST Altho many new materials have been experimented with--Vulcanite Plates are still the best. This unusual offer includes any Vulcanite plate in MAROON RROWN LIGHT RED GOLD DUST Visit the nearest "Craven" Plate Shoppc as soon as possible. It will pay you to go many miles to take advantage of this offer. Exclusive Plate Shoppes 18 First St. S. K., Mason City 30(5 Eighth St. 408 Locust Dns Moines 15 S. FEDERAL AVE. DOLLAR MASON CITY'S STYLE CENTER- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26 Your Dollar will do Double Duty here Thursday. Expect the unusual, expect greater values than ever, expect greater varieties; you won't be disappointed SO K DRFSSFS fcJlJLaJnh. I^IXI«nC?O JCdhJ About fifty new silk dresses in prints and high · shade crepe. Regular 55 values. Sizes 14 to 20. BE HERE EARLY Rayon Crepe DRESSES Sizes to 44 in beautiful dark prints -all new street styles, and washable. AH youthful models. Tlu;y Won't Last Long Fur Trimmed Winter $30 Values in Sizes 18 to 48 SILK LINED Special at Special Dollar Day Purchase New Prints - New Crepes Made to sell m u c h higher. Every new style, every new feature. Sizes 14 to 42. COPIES OF EXPENSIVE DRESSES COATS IN Tweeds AND Mixtures for Spring Wear SILK LINED All Sizes Special at $10 Values to §35 Read These Items Carefully FUR TRIMMED WINTER COATS, $20 Values $ 8 TAILORED TWILL COATS, Silk Lined, $25 Values . . . . $10 CHINCHILLA COATS, Only 2 Size 14, $10 Values $ 4 ALL FUR COATS REDUCED BELOW COST FUR SCARFS--Just the thing for Spring, as low as .... $ 5 DRESSES Fifty new dresses in silk crepes, prints, jerseys and novelty fabrics. A wonder value. Sizes to 48. « RE SURE TO SEE THEM Taken from our regular stock w h i c h were sold f r o m §12.90 to SKi.90, in every material and size. FOR DOLLAR D A Y ONLY PIIRF ^11K IINDFRWF'AR I UlVLi OIL ft. Unl/!ul\ »? IJrllv STEP-INS-- DANCETTES-- CHEMISES-- Guaranteed Pure Silk In a Fine Assortment. All at 51-Gauge Chiffon Picot Top, All Pure Silk, French Heel, 8'/z to 10!/ 2 . Regular $2 Value. NEW SPRING SHADES "MASON CITY'S STYLE CENTER" 15 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE.

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