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^ SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 3 Â· 1937 NEW YORK DRAMATIC CRITIC TO ADDRESS WOMAN'S CLUB 'i I ! 1 i.S 3'3 Plays Â· W i l l - i ! Be Subject of Address John Mason Brown to Talk Thursday Afternoon at Church. "Broadway in Review," a dis-: cussion- of current plays, will be the topic of John Mason Brown, dramatic critic of the New York Evening Post and author of several books, who will address' the Woman's club at its February general meeting Thursday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the First Methodist church. Preceding the lecture, Mrs. Bertha Patchen will play a 15 minute prelude of organ music. Mr. Brown will be introduced by Curtis Yelland. According to O. O. Mclntyrc, John Mason Brown has become the sensation of the lecture field. He began his writing career as a reporter on the Louisville Courier Journal during the last days of the Henry Watterson regime, even before he attended Harvard university. In Harvard, he was a member of George Pierce Baker's famous 47 workshop course. He was graduated cum laude ija 1923 and accepted a position as head of the dramatic department of the summer school of the University of Montana. So began his career as lecturer. Since then, Mr. Brown has been staff lecturer for the American Laboratory Theater in New York City and is now staff lecturer for the Institute of Arts and Sciences, Columbia university, the League for Political Education, New York City, the Philadelphia Forum and the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. He is head of the dramatic department in the latter institution. In 1931-32, he gave a series "Of lectures at Yale 'university on "The History of Criticism From Aristotle to the Present." His books are "Letters From Greenroom Ghosts," "Upstage," "The American Theater as Seen by Jls Critics," "The Modern Theater in Revolt" and "The Art of Playgoing." Pneumonia No Bar to Wedding Plans of One Bridegroom NEW, -HAMPTON--Walter 3 Clark Â· of Waterloo was; marl led MtmdayTirrorniiig^atT 11:30 at .-the home of Mathias:'Kelly to Miss Anna Mae Kelly. The couple was to have been married at 9 o'clock in the morning at St. Patrick's church at Jerico but he was forced to bed with pneumonia. Determined lo be wed they were married at home by the Rev. C. J. Drummy. The bridegroom is re- To Speak Here John Mason Brown, dramatic critic of the New York Evening Post, will be the speaker at the Woman's club general meeting Thursday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock in the First Methodist church. Mr. Brown's topic will. be "Broadway in Review." EXTRA MEETING TO BE HELD BY CRAFT WORKERS ported to be seriously pneumonia. ill with SILVER STERLING Start a foundation er in Sterling. / Plans for an extra meeting ol the handicraft department of the Woman's club were made at the Tuesday session of the group at Ihe Y. W. C. A. The exlra meeting which is to be held Tuesday, Feb. 9, is being conducted to give members an opporlunily to complete then projects. The last meeting will be Feb. 16. Pewter work, weaving, knitting crocheting, decoration of glass anc wooden articles and chair caning are among the projects which have been conducted during 'the year. Mrs. A. L. Peterson anc Mrs. Forest Jacobs assisted the committee Tuesday afternoon ir giving instruction in chair caning Jnstruclion has been provided ir the various crafts and materia' and equipment are available. _o-- f Bridal Dinner Held at Euchre and Cycle Club to Honor Pair Mr. and Mrs. John A. Senneff 9 Beaumont drive, entertained a a bridal dinner Tuesday evening at the Euchre and Cycle club in the Hotel Hanford compHmenting their daughter, Peggy, and hei 'iance, Wright C. Percival of DCS VIoines. The table was laid- with a golc colored cloth and centered with alisman roses and Ircesia. Guests included Mr. and -Mrs Senneff, Miss Senneff, Mr. Percival, Miss Mable Donahue o Ponca Cily, Okla., Mr. and Mrs: John Sennctf, Jr., Shirley Percival. Jr., Des Moines, Miss Mary McGruder and Miss Ruth Blido. --o-Visit at Fort Dodge. BUFFALO, CENTER--Mr. am Mrs! J. C. Koppen and Mrs. Add! Arkwright spent Sunday at Foi Dodge with the C. W. Galagans. Optical Service '.'- 'Â· 'F; r -/.;- ! -'-:r-7-*-.*Â·Â·Â·Â·.'Â·.--V.'-M'I!*- "';-Â·-Â·Â»Â·-s- 1 Styles, qualify and prices to please you. Smith Optical ."Co." Â·2:i v -;EAs;r STATE;;. ; The Other Woman Live Just Around the Corne r rnay sec unreasonable, but most men cannot understand why n woman who is usually hnppy and loving should have recurring periods when her whole character seems chanced. He cannot appreciate the distress. the discomfort thai all \s'omeii inuFl cnriurc. He does not know u'h.nt it Is tn do housevvorK with fin aching hack nnd i'aili:iS cner- cy. All he does knov-- is that otli^i* v/oincn seem more cliccrfnl by comparison. /i re you such a lhrec-qÂ«,u'ter wife? Don't let the arc!en Is tint nit women face cnu.se you avoidable discomfort or endanger your home. Do as so many wise women have--try T-ydia E. Pmhham's Vcijefcibic Compound. For three generations one woman has told another how to CO "smiling; through" with Lydln E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoum'. 31 helps Nature tone up the system, .thus lessening the discomforts Jrom Die functional di50! d era which wom en must end n re in the three ordeals nt life; 1. Turning from girlhood to womanhood. 2. Preparing for motherhood. 3. Approaching "middle age " Don't be a threc-aunrtcr wire: take LYD1A E. P1NKKIIAM S VEGETABLE COMPOUND and Go "Smiling ThrouRh." School Superintendent of Mason City Praised A BRAND-NEW CONTEST RECIPES WANTED QUICK $25.00 in Cash Prizes 1st Prize S10.00, 2nd $5.00, 3rd S3.00 and 7 other prizes of $1.00 each Each week we are offering to homemakers $25.00 in cash prizes. Please send us your VLucky Low-cost Recipes." Each recipe must call for the use of flour. Contest closes Saturday night. Winners will be anpounced the next Friday in this paper. Send recipe on plain piece of paper. Any homemaker may enter the contest. You may win a cash prize. You are sure to receive at the end of the contest a brand-new book with the "Hundred Low-cost Rc^ cipes" u-hich we will seiÂ«ct from all of the recipes. Scnil Your Recipe (o Town Crier Flour P, O. Box 271, Mason City, Iowa TOWN CRIER FLOUR The Guaranteed Flour Ask Your Grocer .ducator Writes Favorably About Education Here. EDITOR'S NOTE -- Mason jifyans who heard Dr. Garry Myers AVhen he spoke here recently will remember the high iraisc lie gave the local schools. In his column which,is a syndicated feature published in liun- dreds ot newspapers throughout the United States, Dr. jMycrs comments favorably again on Mason City schools and their superintendent, R. B. Irons. DR. GARRY C. MYERS, PH. D. Child Psychologist Following a day of four speeches, ecently--high school assembly, uncheon club, teachers, parents--Â· i Clinton, I traveled all night, Â·hen I wasn't waiting at a rail- oad junction, and arrived at Maori City, at daybreak. There gracious Earl Hall, editor f the one newspaper of that fine ity, entertained me, and in the vening introduced me to the arge group oÂ£ teachers and par- nts assembled under the auspices f his paper and the Grade Teach- rs' association. In the morning, 'Ir. Hall took me to see, not one of be industries; he took me to see he schools. He certainly expressed ride in the public schools of his ity, and he should. Leadership Known. The superintendent, R. B. Irons, s doing an exceptional job, and lis professional leadership is videly recognized in Iowa and outside the state. What impressed me most was his superintendent's unusual in- .erest in human relationships, hough he clearly is maintaining ofty standards cf achievement. He .alked to me about those school principals and teachers who excelled in understanding children and parents and winning their cooperation; talked of his eagerness hat his teachers shall acquire skill at meeting parents and leading hem, when the child is lagging in looks, not to abuse and punish lim, but to find ways, with Ihe aid of the school, to help this child en- oy more success, however small, and therefore be more ready to strive harder. Shows Music Building. Proudly Editor Hail showed me DR. GARRY MYERS the music building, a separate one where all instruction of instrumental music, from far down the grades through senior high school, takes place. Mind you, this building is not a gift, but was put there by the board of education. He told me of the national prizes and honors in music won by Mason Cily in instrumental group music, of the contribulions the music groups make to all sorts of public meetings; told also of the church music groups, home and neighborhood orchestras inspired and trained in the schools. Such a program takes away the curse of nagging incident to music practice. Visiting classrooms between speeches, I found numerous samples of w h a t seemed to me idea pupil-teacher relationships ant 75 Present for Meeting at Hanford The Rev. Stephan Mauer Speaker at Deanery Session. About 75 members of the Mason City deanery of the National Council of Catholic Women gathered at the Hotel Hanford Tuesday for the quarterly meeting oÂ£ the organization which was featured by a program at which the Rev. Stephen Mauer , of Belmond spoke. Father Mauer told oÂ£ the need for leadership and Catholic action by the Catholic layman and pointed out that if the leadersh'p in industry, labor and politics had been guided by Christian principles, the country would not be in the condition it is today. He urged that each give service in the organization and stressed the value of the study club movement. Musical Numbers. The Rt. Rev. P. S. O'Connor spoke briefly, welcoming the guests. Edward Hughes, accompanied by Mrs. W. F. Ingraham, sang "On the Road to Mandalay" and "Because." During the "business session, Mrs. E. J. Kelly was re-elected to presidency of the deanery lo complete the term of Mrs. J. E. McMahon. Mrs. U. W. Weeks of Hampton was named vice president to succeed Mrs. C. E. Pritchard of Buffalo Center. Other officers are Mrs. George Brady of Belmond, recording secretary; Mrs. C. E. Barnes of Garner .treasurer, and Mrs. Henry Cahill of Hampton, auditor. Mrs. Kelly appointed Mrs. L. C. 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Size 8 requires IVi yards of 33 inch material with V* yard of 35 inch contrasting with Vi yard of ribbon retary; Mrs. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Mason City Police Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium, card party. D. A. R. 7:30 o'clock, M r s . S t a n l e y Haynos, 1023 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, committee, Mrs. F. Bouska, Mrs. Volncy Hanson. Evangelical Missionary society-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Richard Burg r a f t , 159 Fourteenth street northwest. High school students-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., high school "fun night." U. S. IV. V. Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. SI. .lames Senior league-Postponed to Thursday. Crescent club-8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. P. E. O. Chapter DZ-- 8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., business session. THURSDAY St. James Leagues-7:45 o'clock, Immanuel church, the Rev. H. Koch, speaker. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Edward Gage 542 Fifteenth street southeast. Novel club--1 o'clock, Mrs. G. E. Harrison 115 Vermont avenue .southeast O. n. O. club-12:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. R. Connelly, 510 Washington avenue southwest. Mercy hospital Alumnae-2 o'clock, nurses home, refreshments and social hour. History club-Postponed two weeks. Hanford Ladies aid-1 o'clock, Mrs. H. D. Woodward, dinner for husbands. Evangelical Ladies aid-2 o'clock, group 1, Mrs. M. Ferman, 28 Thirteenth street northwest; group 2, Mrs. C. Buchler, 1333V'. North Federal avenue. R. N. A". Health c!ul-- 2 o'clock. Moose hall. Immanuel N. W. division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. O. A. O'Grecn, 740 Fourth street southwest. East Stale Street club-Mrs. H. E. Zuber, 905 East Stale street, Mrs. I. T. Babcock, Mrs. William Findlay, Mrs. William Kern, Mrs. Lars Gulbranson, Mrs. H, J. Kassell, assisting; Mrs. V. D. Nelson, lesson. Sorosis club-Postponed. New Idea club-Mrs. C. J. Fitzpatrick, 210 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. L. U. G. A. club- Mrs. Peter Jbnsen. Trinity Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. R. O. Storvick, Mrs. J. C, Odden, Mrs. John Christiansen, hostesses. Woman's club-2:15 o'clock, Methodist church John Mason Brown, speaker. Past Noble Grands-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. B. P. W. club-G:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, talk by Dr. E f f i e McCullum Jones of Webster City, special music. t\tliciii,in club-G:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. A. Pasternak, 210 Crescent drive, Mrs. J D. Stoner, -Mi's. W. B. Casey Mrs. T. Phalen, Mrs. E. Nangle, Mrs. L. C. Perkins, committee. Sub-Deb club-7:30 o'clock, Miss Bonnie Jean Zack, 1022 Fouriii sireet southwest, lesson, Jacquelyn Hanson, Marjorie Howard. Hig-h School P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, high school, panel discussion. Bethlehem Walllior league-P. G. and E., Edward and Marvin Schaper, hosls. Emmanuel Martha society-8 o'clock, Eilcn and Olive Larson, 109 Tenth street southwest. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, program and lunch. Gonrl Cheer lodge-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. "Women of the Moose--' 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Park Hospital Nurses-8 o'clock, nurses' home, annual alumnae meeting. Double Y club-9 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., dance. *Â·Â· good classroom mental health. 11 g la j, rm ; in Â°. Â£ saw some grade school children *Â· v v ""Â«'" Vesting for a short time on the floor, each lying on a rug, a practice I should like lo see in every elementary school, during this jittery generation. It seems to me that Mason City is an outstanding example of a municipality whose schools are given very generous and intelligent publicity by the local newspaper. Francis McDonald niitalily, and Mrs. '. Vaughn, activities chairman Columbia Museum. Mrs. Kelly reported on Ihe nc- livitlcs of the organization during her two years as president. She the (he read an appeal asking t h a t group identify itself with movement for the Columbia museum of Dubuque, a national monument to the pioneers and a centennial g i f t to the diocese! Priests oÂ£ the deanery wore present at the luncheon. Delegations at the meeting were from Rockwell, Garner, Belmond, Manly, Dougherty, Clear Lake, Hampton and Mason Cily. CARL VON WEBER IS S U B J E C T OF CLUB'S L E S S O N BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Judd and family have moved from 324 Ninth street northeast to their newly completed residence at 1112 Second street southwest. * :) -f Mai-tin A. M u l l i g a n , 22 .letter- on avenue northwest, has left for Chicago \vhcre he w i l l attend a general tire conference at the Melina club. --o-Social Hour Enjoyed. ROCKWELL--Following a brief session of L'ucile Hebehah lodge Tuesday evening, the members present enjoyed a social hour at cards with refreshments prior to going home. Matinee Musicalc club met a the home of Miss Marian Vai Ness, 318 Carolina avenue southeast, Tuesday afternoon for program on Carl Maria Voi Weber. Miss Van Ness opened the program with a talk on the lite o Von Weber and a resume of (h early harp music ot Germany Mrs. W. B. McClelhm played threi xylophone numbers from the op era "Der Freischutz" by Von Weber, "The Horn Solo," "Th Andante" and "The Huntsman' Chorus." Miss Ditcka Moen sang "On Sweetly Solemn Thought" an "Swiftly Now the Light of Day, both with melodies by Von Webei and "A Prayer" from the opera "Der Freisehutz." Miss Van Ness played two harp solos, "Adagio" from "The Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven and "Gavotte" by Bach. Mrs. McClellan played, "Hungarian Dance No. 5" by Brahms and, with her. daughter. Phyllis, Â·layed a duet. She concluded t h e rogi'nm w i t h a :cylophone solo, 'Carl Me Thine Own." Miss Oulman Is Bride at Holy Family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McCann to Make Their Home in Iowa Cily. Miss Maysel Oulman, daughter oÂ£ Mr. Jind Mrs. R. R. Oulmon, 215 Seventh street northeast, became the bride of Lloyd McCann, son oC Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. McCann, 719 Elm drive, Wednesday morning lit 8 o'clock at the Holy Family church. The Rev. R. S. Bohrer read the ceremony. Miss Helen Carroll and her brother, John Carroll, attended the couple. The bride was lor bow. Send 15 .cents (coin is pre- 3213 Jerred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring, fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents a copy. You will find it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring outfit and your early summer cottons. You have only to study yourself and take your choice, for .there is a flattering silhouet for every type and figure among the new models. Book costs ID cents. Send for it today. Book and pattern together, 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York Cily. atlircd in brown suit with Home From Des Moines. THOMPSON--Wayne Shay who is taking a six months' course at a barber school in DCS Moines come home for a two day visit w i t h his parenls, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Shay. Visitor From Minneapolis. THOMPSON -- Miss Wilda Alquist, R. N., of Minneapolis came home for two weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Alquist. WIFE PRESERVERS A young .wife who cooks will) electricity tells us that a lighted candle can be used to singe the chicken lor Sunday dinner. Plans Made to Have 0. E. S. School of Instruction Feb. 6 Unity chapter No. 58, O. E. S. met Tuesday night in the Mason- c temple with Miss Lillian Shimmick, worthy matron, presiding. Announcement was .made of the school of instruction which will bs held Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the temple, conducted by.Mrs. A. R. I.enz, district instructor of district No. 3. D i n n e r will be served at G:30 o'clock followed by a special meeting of the chapter for Ihe purpose of initiation. Unity chapter will be the hostess chapter for the district group meeting to be held in Mason City on May 25, in charge of Mrs. Lenz. HEBECCA CIRCLE HIEETS FOR PAIITY Â· Rebecca circle of Our Saviour's Lutheran church met Tuesday for a hard time party at the home of Mrs. Louise Erickson, 224 Twenty-fifth street 'southwest. Games were played and an amateur broadcast was held Prizes went to Mrs. F r a n k Maillard and Mrs. Kittlesf-n and Mrs. Kitlleson also won a prize for her costume. At the close of the afternoon, lunch was served by the committee including Mrs. Erickson, Mrs. Gertrude Johnson, Mrs. Arnold Tilton, Mrs. Lester Dutcher and Mrs. R a n d a l l Jones. The next meeting will be n Valentine party Feb. 12 with Mrs. Jones, 227 Twenty-fifth street southwest. Discussion Meeting to Be Thursday High School Parent-Teacher Association Plans Program. "Made in U. S. "A." will tie the topic oÂ£ the panel discussion to be conducted at the meeting of Ihc High School Parent-Teacher association Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Dean S. L. Rugland of the junior college as leader. Sub-topics to be considered include "America Self-Contained" by Robert Pritchard, "Advantages of World Trade," John MacMillan, "A Rich Country With Poor People," John Watson Moore and "Certain Fallacies ot Protective Tariff" by Dan C. Herrick. Mr. Pritchard and Mr. Moore are junior college students and Mr. Herrick and Mr. MacMillan are members ot Ihe faculty. These panel discussions are open to the public although they are held in conjunction with the regular High School Parent- Teacher meetings. The material is taken from "The Headline Books'" of the Foreign policy association of New York and is used in the interest of adult education as wel as foreign relationships, both projects of the National Congress oÂ£ Parents and Teachers. The program committee includes Miss Ellen Smith, Mrs Paul Loomis and Mrs, O. A. Merkel, chairman. A group of Miss Marjorie Â·truth's pupils will provide music A short business session will be conducted with Mrs. C. A. Anderson, president, in charge. A committee with Mrs. R. B [rons as c h a i r m a n , will serve refreshments at the close of the meeting. --o-- F.DSON-CASWELL NASHUA--Miss Lenora Caswell daughter of Mark Caswell, Donald Edson, son of Mr. Mrs. Fred Edson, both of Nashua were married Saturday at Rock ford, III., where the bride's sister Mrs. Edwin Hogslrum, resides Both are graduates of the Na shua high school. anc anc It gladdens roughened, chapped skin when you smooth in a few drops of Chamberlain's Lotion. Never sticky, greasy or gummy, a clear, golden liquid, it dries quickly, encourages notable results over night because it satiiiises. At all toilet goods counters. Chamberlain Laboratories, Inc., DCS Moines, Iowa. Y O U R S K I I GKamberlain's Loiion LUTHER LEAGUES WILL' ENTERTAIN NEW EXECUTIVE Members oÂ£ the St. James uther Leagues will entertain the ev. H. E. Koch of Columbus, hio, newly elected executive of le American Luther League, who ill arrive in Mason City enroute o Omaha from Minneapolis where e has been arranging details of ie 1937 International Luther league convention. The entertainment will be held t the Immanuel Lutheran church t 7:'45 o'clock Thursday evening, fusical numbers and lalks have con planned and a social hour nd luncheon will follow. Members of the Hawkeye Fed- ration and neighboring leagues hd members of the executive matching accessories and wore a corsage of yellow roses. Miss Carroll's gown was rust colored. A wedding breakfast was served at the Oulman home following the ceremony. A yellow color scheme was carried out in the decorations. Mr. and Mrs. McCann have left for Iowa City where they will make their home while Mr. McCann attends the University of Iowa. Both are graduates of Ihe Mason Cily high school and attended Ihe junior college. Guesls at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Humphrey, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, Marybelle Greenman, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McCann, Miles and George Humphrey, Miss Carroll and Mr. Carroll. The bride was honored at a miscellaneous shower given Tuesday evening by Miss Greenman at her home, 818 Elm drive, when members ot the P. G. G.' club were guests. There were 16 guesls. Bridge and Shower Are Given in Honor of Miss Ruth Irons Mrs. Carl Snydcr, Mrs. Howard Knesel and Mrs. J. C. Sloddarcl were hostesses at a party Tuesday afternoon at the Snyder home, 1015 First strcel northwest, complimenting Miss Ruth Irons who will be married Feb. 13 to Ernest Hayes of Mount Pleasant, Luncheon was served at tables centered with miniature brides and bridegrooms and a towel shower was held for Miss Irons. Bridge was . played during tjgj afternoon with high score ' prizes going to Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant, Mrs. Ben Webster and Mrs. R. W. --o-B. P. KENSINGTON IS ENTERTAINED B. P. Kensington club was entertained by Mrs. Tillic Graham, 2J Seventh slreel northwest, Tuesday afternoon. 11 was voted tn give S3 to the Red Cross flood relict f u n d . At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served. oard of the Â·eon invited. Iowa district liavo I The Ilcxt '"Beting w i l l be in two low a distiict have wceks w i t h Mrs . claude Moc u in . CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN ,VOMEN AT MEETING Chicago North Western Women's club members met at the '. G. and E. auditorium Tuesday o plan a benefit card party which vill be held Feb. 17 at 8 o'clock at he P. G. and E. Following the business session a lunch was served. Starts Study at Rochester. OSAGE--Miss Marion Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jarson, has been accepted al Ihe Kahler school of nursing in Ro- chcslcr. M i n n . She began her work .here ^Monday. IUIIS. J E N N I E GARLOCK. HONORED AT DINNER Mrs Jennie Garlock was honored at a dinner party given Tuesday evening on the occasion of her seventy-seventh birthday anniversary at the David' Garlock home, 802 Harrison avenue northwest. Guesls included- Barrel! Garlock, a great grandson, Marian Garlock, Mrs. Elizabeth Garlock and son, Malvin, Mrs. Alta Rule and son, Vcryle, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Finette. --o-Guests From Litchfield. HANLONTOWN--T h o R e v . Carl Field and daughter of Lilch- ficld, Minn., visited several days with Ihc Edwin, Johnnie and N. E. Field families. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Lcs COURTESY AND 5AT15FAOTION WITH E V E R Y PURCHASE Buys these new spring prints -- short sleeves, full skirts. .Contrasting color trimmings. All colors and patterns. Sizes from 12 to 48. DRESSES Reduced for February Clean-up. Extra good values at these prices. $3.95 "Sec You Tomorrow"