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4 Tuesday, Jan. II, 1914 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE -Beta Sigma ; Phi Lesson T on Thinking Miss Cleo Kurd presented the lesson, "The Art of Thinking" at Â·Â·'Â· the' meeting of Alpha Chi Chapter -'of Beta Sigma Phi held Monday 4 " evening at the home of Miss Lor- K " etta 'Welsh, 1054 First N. W. She told the group "The art of -''Â·thought is a modification by con- ,-fiscious effort of a natural form of Â·.'Â·human behavior. In a civilized -: adult, it is very difficult to ob' -serve mental behavior apart from acquired habit. All mental activ- . 'ities, beside then- immediate ef- .-.-fect in the production of thought, c'have later effects in the produc- ~-tion of mental habits and it is _:Â· sometimes convenient to consid- Â·A er the activity as Â· means--the .-" habit as end. But we should not become lie slaves of habit; the best administrators often attempt to get a fresh point of intellectual departure by breaking their own ^.'mental habits; and those who v,have to work to a 'time-table Â·Â·should systematically watch and I; 'record their unhabitual 'fringe- Congregational Women Will Hear Film Representative -.-thoughts.'" For the past 3 months each member has been required to earn extra money individually for the chapter and at this meet- tog each revealed the various methods employed in acquiring her, earnings. . Plans were made for niage sale to be held sometime during the. month of February. Miss- Welsh served refreshments at; the close of the evening, honoring Mrs. Helen Ship- Haller-Mitchell Vows Exchanged by Couple Fenton--Arlehe Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, and Cpl. Arnold E. Haller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haller of Charles City, were married on Jan 9 in the St. John's Lutheran church. The Rev. A. K. Gaard officiated. The bride's sister, Marie, served as maid of honor. The bridegroom was attended by Robert Sylvester of Charles City. Following the ceremony a reception was given at the Albert Mitchell home for 100 guests. The couple left following the reception for Camp Adair, Ore., where the bridegroom is stationed and where they will make their home. -. Discussion of Health Rules Given Iowa Beta Phi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Monday evening in the Hotel Hanford with Miss Betty Hillstrom leading the d i s c u s s i o n on "Environment, Health, Work and Play." During the business session, it was voted to give apples at the Milwaukee station to servicemen for a week in January. In her talk, Miss Hillstrom pointed out that environment, sur- ley who birthday. was' celebrating her Officers Are Elected by Church of Christ H a m p t o n -- Officers of the Church of Christ for the coming year are: Deacons, George Soper, Paul Paine, R. T. Garrison, Fred J. Faullus, Lee Stacy, Walter Miller, Charles Johnson, Wesley Gar- .rispn, Joe Schear, Arthur Proctor, .Bert Kerr, Russel Williams, E. U. Butcher, Ben Walsh, Gerald Taylor, Verri McClareh; elders, George ' Proctor, Harry , Terrill, Charles Soper, L. M. Carter,.Irving Klou- Eiay,Willis -McCoy; trustees, B. G. Walsh, Paul A.' : Paine,R. T. Garrison; clerk, Miss Talena Dirksen; treasurer, Mrs. B. G. Walsh; financial secretary, Arthur Proctor; missionary treasurer, Mrs. George Selix, pianist, Mrs. James Tucker; organist, Joyce. Miller; ushers, Harry Â·Terrill, James Tucker. The pastor: is'the Rev. H. E. Weaver. C'':''': :Â·'Â· '""'' .'.--O-- IJNCOLN LOYAL LADDIES MEET loncplh : Loyal Laddies 4-H club' met at the home-of Russell Fulghum,'., with James Heddens, president; ~iri charge of 'the business session at which Harold Doescher and Carl Jass were elected to attend the district short course Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 at Mason City. James Heddcns was elected to be a candidate for a state office. Fathers of the members were guests. The next meeting will be Feb. 8 at the Heddens home. roundings and well-being can be controlled through health, work and play, and that good health is essential to happiness. . Miss Hillstrom discussed exercise and said that to be of real value, exercise must be enjoyed. She spoke of the sleep requirements of the average person, the need for cleanliness, the rules for healthful eating. ; . Concerning environment-c o n- trol, Miss Hillstrom advised choosing the vocation which has appeal and which fits in with the education. As to recreation, she said that change is a fundamental principle of recreation. --o-Upper Room Class Committee Named for Coming Season Upper Room class committees were appointed at a meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. W. H. Boyd, 305 1st S. E. Mrs. Paul Barclay spoke to the group on the city manager form of government.. Mrs. A. M. Ikenberry was named director of music; Mrs. Harry Farrer and Mrs. A. L. Ready, pianists; Mrs. H. Q. Moore, Mrs. Barclay, Mrs. J. H. Marston and Mrs. Boyd, finance committee; Mrs. R. E. Robertson, scrapbook; Mrs. Lawerence Detra, flowers and cards; Mrs. Lily Anderson and Mrs. H. J. Kassel, membership. Mrs. Marston,'class teacher, will broadcast over KGLO, Sunday morning, Jan. 16 at 7:30. Mrs.' Boyd, hostess, was assisted by Miss Maude Robinson. JOICE--The L. D. R. members will meet Saturday at the Bethany Lutheran church parlors. New Classes Are Started atY.W.C.A. Folk dancing, physical fitness, table tennis, volley ball, archery and basketball classes are being organized by the Y. W. C. A. health education department and j arrangements to join these classes will be made at the sports rally at the Y. W. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. According to the health education committee, health can't be wished on a person by inheritance or environment, but comes through keeping fit through exercise and sports which stimulate, refresh and strengthen the body. With this in view, a schedule has been planned for each day of the week. On Mondays, there will be a physical fitness class at Wilson school from 10:30 to 11:30; folk dancing for children at the Y. W., from 4:15 to 5:15, open hour for archery, physical fitness, table tennis and volleyball from 6:30 to 7:30, and social dancing for adults from 7:30 to 8:30 at the Y. W. Tuesday's classes will be bad- minition for adults, 4:30 to 6, and open hours for archery, physical fitness, table tennis and volleyball from 6 to 9 at the Y. W. On Wednesday there will be social dancing for junior high students from 4:15 to 5:15 and from 7 to 8 at the Y. W. and archery for adults from 8 to 9. Thursday will bring a physical TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE JACKET! You liook festive enough for any occasion, with your lasse, but beneath-the gala exterior is a simple multicolor sequin flowers on black rayon mate- black dress. OH, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BLOUSE! It's American beauty crepe sprinkled with polka-dot jet paillettes, to achieve the glitter required for evening. And it transforms a suit into a dinner costume. ' fitness class from lO^rf to 11:30 at Wilson school and basketball from 7 to 9 at the Y. W. C. A. On Fridays open night for any activity will be held. Couples who wish to participate in badminton, volleyball, table tennis and shaffleboard may make arrangements for a class by calling the Y. W. C. A. Those who cannot attend the sports rally and wish to join any of the classes may also register by calling the Y.-W. C.-A., phone 570. --o-. + SOCIAL + TUESDAY ; Ufa Igo- club-- ' Â· ' Â· Â· ' " Â· 6:30, Cerro. :: G6rdo-hotel. WotÂ»*it's Symphony-- 7,Wusic hall. West Haven Dorcas circle-7:30, Mrs. Bernard Thilen. St. Dorothy's circle-7:30, Mrs. Ray Donnelly, Maryland S. E. Girl Scouts-7:30, P. G. E. Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S : 7:30, Masonic temple. 633 Mother, This Home-Mixed Cough Relief Is Wonderful Clio club-Mrs. F. G. Duffield, 303 2nd S. E. -'- 'V Â·'"-* Â·Â·Â·-Â·Â·' Odd Fellows-- Â· 8, I. O. O. F. hall. C. D. A.-8, Moose hall. .Wilson Parent Education group-' 8 , Mrs. Bernard Gates, 911 3rd S.,W. Jefferson Parent Education group Mrs. Earl Taylor, 324 Vermont 20th Century Club Hears Albert Evans Mason City study clubs resumed their meetings Monday after the holiday recess. Twentieth Century club had a guest 'speaker, Albert Evans, assistant manager of the St. Louis office of the American Red Cross, at its meeting Monday afternoon at the Adams home, 680 East State, with Miss Laura Kern as hostess. Mrs. J. E. McDonald had the lesson, reviewing "Dead Men Do Tell Tales" by Byron de Pro- vok. At the Monday club meeting at the home oÂ£ Mrs. J. A. WUey, 323 Rhode Island S. E., Mrs. Henry Graven reviewed "Lord of Alaska" and the post war round table -discussion was led by Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney. Meeting dates w e r e changed, the next 2 sessions of the club being set for Jan. 17 and Jan. 31. . Mrs. F. C. Heneman entertained the T. A. E. .club at her home, 32 Vermont S. E., Monday and Mrs. C. S. Pack had the lesson, reviewing "Don't Catch Me" by Powell. Maria Mitchell began:its study of Shakespeare's "Anthony and Cleopatra," Monday at' a meeting at the home of Mrs. B. F. Weston, 710 Adams N. W. Mrs. Stanley Haynes spoke o n "Alexandria-Old and New" and Mrs. A. N. Hogness-read from-Acts 1. U. G. L. club members, met at the Red Cross surgical dressings room Monday afternoon'and after making dressings were' entertained at the Green Mill. Midland club met Monday aft- S. E. WEDNESDAY Your' favorite "go-everywhere" Saves Real Money.' No Cooking. Quick Results. .To gst the most surprising: relief Â·from coughs due to colds, you mTi easily prepare a medicine, right in your own kitchen. It's very easy-needs no cooking, and tastes so good that children taka it willingly. But j-on'll say it beats them all lor results 'Pirst, make a. syrup by stirring 2 cups of granulated sugar and one cup of /water a few moments, -until dissolved. Or you can use corn syrup from any drusgist, and pour it into a pint bottle. Then add your syrup. This gives you a full pint of really- splendid cough syrup--about four times as much for.your money. It never spoils, and lasts a long time. And for real, quick relief. It can't be beaten. It loosens the phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes, and helps clear the air passages. Pines Is 'a special compound of proven ingredients, in concentrated form, well known for prompt action in coughs and bronchial irritations. syrup. Then get 2% ounc or'-niuld honey, instead of sugar Money refunded if It doesn't please you In every way. There is a well-established sci- entific reason for every decision your doctor makes. He is guided in his opinions by the conclusions of authorities in the field of medicine. Even though you have had no recent occasion to consult a physician, it is well to have one in mind. Pay him a visit. Then when you need him he will be better prepared to care for you properly. When your doctor gives you a prescription, . bring it to us to be filled. We are prescription specialists. O'SCQ/ BRllG oxiy LOW 103 SOUTH FEDERAL Bible class-9:30, .Y. W. C. A. Emanon club-1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Bridge cluh-- . 1, Mrs. M. G. Wimmer, 131 10th N. W. F. V. G-2, Moose hall, public card party. W. C. T. U.-2, Miss Minnie Lien, 113% North Federal. McKinlcy P. T. A.-2:30, school. Madison P. T. A.-2:30, school. Social Boor club-% Mrs. P. G. Frye. Â·' E. E. E. E. club- Mrs. T. J. Bracken, 904 Madison N. W. Central Heights club-Mrs. Glen Davis. V. F. W. auxUiary-- 8, V. F. W. hall. Bed Cross Volunteers-7 to 9, surgical dressing room, 211 North Federal. L. A. to B. of K. T.-7:15, Moose hail. Bethlehem Willing Workers-Mrs. R. Horn, [mmannel Martha society-8, Virginia Jones, 2505 Jefferson S. W. In ancient 'days North Africa was called the'granary of Rome. ernobn for a 1:15 luncheon at the dress with a becoming touch of home of Mrs. J. J. Clark, 209 3rd w hite at the throat, and the smooth N. E^Members gjive^current^vents j hipline that assures you of possessing this season's smart silhouet. No. 3456 in size 36 requires 3% yards 39-inch fabric, % yard contrasting. Send 16c for Pattern, which includes complete sewing guide. Print your name, address and style number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. The Spring Fashion Book is now ready. Illustrates 150 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early. 15c a copy, or only.lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. and-Mrs. Addie Easton led the lesson on Newfoundland. 2 COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED Clarion--Marriage licenses have been issued to Arthur J. Knut- sou and Eleanor Bloomquist, both of Eagle Grove, and to Dean G. Robs on, Clarion; and Marion Hansen, Clarion." '-" /.' --o-LOSS IS RECORDED IN LICENSES TO WED Clarion--rAccording. to the records in the office of Wright county clerk,.R..VJ Goslin, there were 88 marriage licenses issued in 1943 and 91 issued during the year 1942. Divorce records showed there were 20 divorces granted in each of-the years 1942 and 1943. SCHOENTRUP-WOLF Armstrong--Miss -Dorothy Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wolf of Armstrong, and Dr. Raymond Schoentrup. of Estherville, son of .airs. Anna Schoentrup, of Shelbyville, Ind., were married Dec. 31," in the Presbyterian church with the Rev. J. M. Kennedy,-of Estherville, officiating. Exploration for oil is only about one-fourth as unprofitable as it once -was; because of improved technical methods of finding subterranean petroleum pools. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. University Association Has Session Possibility of presenting Mme. Betty Barzin of the Belgian Ministry of Information in Mason City during February was discussed at the meeting of the Mason City branch of the American Association of University Women Monday evening at the home of Miss Hazel Thomas, 232 Crescent drive- Miss' Edna Carstenson and Miss Frances Stevens were appointed to a committee to make arrangements for sponsoring Mme. Barzin's appearance here. Miss Stevens led the lesson on 'Russian Economic and Social Order," sketching the low state of Russia's economic development before the last war and outlining the changes that have come with the organization of agriculture and the speeding up of industry through the 2 5-year plans. Changes in the social order of Russia brought about by the Revolution were also described. Following the talk, there was a discussion by the group. At the close of the evening, Miss Thomas, assisted by Miss Carstenson and Mrs. Margaret Cooper, served refreshments. Daughters of Union Veterans Officers Installed by Tent Officers were installed by the Daughters of Union Veterans at a meeting Monday evening in the Hi-12 clubrooms, 103 V4 Delaware S. E., with Mrs. L. D. Helm presiding at the session, during which annual reports were made by officers and committee chairmen. Mrs. S; A. Bemis acted as installing president; Mrs. Francis Tatum, installing guide, and Miss Marie Fuller, installing chaplain. Officers who were installed included Mrs. A. Riekens, president; Mrs. Claude Lynch, senior vice president; Mrs. Guy Bull, junior vice president; Miss Fuller, chaplain; Mrs. August Hanson, Mrs. Ida Slack and Mrs. Verona Winchell, council members; Mrs. Frank Miss Almona Higley Weds Nevin E. Day Ventura--Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hi g ley announce the marriage of their daughter, Almona, to Nevin E. Day, AMM 3/CA U. S. navy, son oÂ£ Mr. and Mrs. Francis M: Day oj Oakland, CaL , ' ', The wedding took place Dec. 8 at The Little Church by the Side of the Road in Oakland. .The vows were read by the Rev. Perce H. ,, Hayley. : Mrs. Day is a graduate of the Ventura high school and Mr. Day from the Oakland technical high school. He is stationed at the naval air base in Alaiheda. :They are making their home in Oakland. 4 Lecturers to Speak on Rotary CaM Eagle Grove--The Rotary club has arranged for 4 lecturers who will make 2 appearances here, starting Feb. 15. A native of China will be the opening speaker, followed by the other 3 a week apart. Subjects for discussion a n d names of speakers are as follows: C. Chia-I Cheng of Chicago, Tuesday evening, Feb. 15, on "Oriental Nations as Contributors"; Tuesday, Feb. 22, Dr. Jay C. Field of Hartford, Conn., on "The Americas as Contributors"; Tuesday, Feb. 29, David Cushman Coyle, of Washington, D. C., on "British Commonwealth of Nations as Contributors"; Tuesday, March 7, Dr. Albert Parry, of Chicago, on "The Russian Republics as Contributors." -- -Cresco Man Married to Ethel M. Rothfus Cresco -- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howard of Cresco announce the Irvin Deer Will Speak on Jaii. 21 The' Women's Guild ' ot the i'j] First; Cbngregatiorialv.church of EJ Mason City is bringing. an au- . |fe thority en the motion picture industry to Mason City in DrMrvin E. Deer of Chicago who will address the January.general.lunch- eon meeting of the guild on Friday, Jan. 21; speaking on , "Behind the Scsnes in Hollywood." While-in Mason; City, Dr. Deer will speak at the high school assembly on. "How -a Good: Motion Picture Is Made," and he will address the luncheon meeting of the Kiwanis club discussing "Motion Pictures In a World at War." Dr. Deer, representative of the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America, Inc., during the past 9 years has spoken to innumerable educational, cultural, and religious groups in 18 mid-west states, interpret, fag to them the program, purposes and policies of the industry and at the same time Interpreting to the motion picture industry the reactions of the public toward motion pictures. This work is conducted by the community service department of Â· the MPPDA, t h e department r' through which the motion picture industry co-operates with schools, colleges, women's clubs, and churches. It has co-operated with, and jointly financed, several research projects hi the wider use of motion pictures in education. Dr. Deer came to this position with the motion picture industry with a wide experience and background. He has been a YMCA -,,, secretary, . assistant principal of al a "Church School, for Young Wo- 'itt men;" a minister, and secretary of councils of churches in 3 major American cities. For several years he had a weekly radio r program on religion; edited a religious paper, and wrote a weekly article on religion for a metropolitan marriage of their son, Charles Edward Howard, Yeoman 1/c, U. S. navy, to Miss Ethel May Rothfus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Rothfus, of South Orange, N. J., performed by the Rev. Francis Bambrick of St. Mary's rectory, Dec. 29, at the naval base. The couple was attended by Ens. Dorothy Munn, navy nurse corps, and Frank H. Machean, S. M. :/c, U. S. navy of Hingham, Mass. Preceding the ceremony, Paul Machlas, W. 1/c, U. S. navy of Baltimore, sang "Ave Maria." The bride was given in marriage by. Dr. Albert V. Crosby, who with Mrs. Crosby entertained at a reception at their home in -Lochaven in honor of the couple. Yeoman Howard is a ^native of Cresco. where he was graduated from the high school. He was'de- puty county treasurer and later engaged in the insurance business before entering the U. S. Navy. PEET-HLTZEL Popejoy--Russell Feet, oldest Burgart, patriotic instructor; Mrs. O. S. Belseth, guide; Mrs. Estella ' Mrs. P. J. Carey, Lee, guard; colorbearer. Â·LUf CAMILLA Since 1800 this noted pattern hat b*en extremely popular. There it lasting satisfaction in (he subtle shading of the old Spode blue. A favorite of your great- grand mother's -- yet appropriate for the tables of today. 20 P I E C E SERVICE 101 4 PEOPIE 4 Dinner Plato 4 BrÂ«ad ani Butttr Plalw 4 SaTad Plate* 4 Teacup* end Saucers $20.68 ADDITIONS AVAIIA31E FIOM OPEN STOCK turtle Van Hess Pistol Packin' Mama Fires Her Last Round at Benicia Arsenal I Benicia Arsenal, Cal., (U.R)-- Â·JWith pomp and ceremony, they rlaid "Pistol Packin' Mama" to rest Tuesdaj-. The burial was sponsored by women workers at the Benicia arsenal, who really pack pistols into crates, and who are tired of b e i n g called "Pistol Packin' Mammas." They were assisted by representatives of the entertainment world, also weary of the popular song hit. ' Al Donoahue represented a legion of relieved orchestra leaders. Romo Vincent, rotund comic, led a chorus of 400 mourners in an appropriate funeral chant. And, Dooley \Vilson sang "As Time Goes By" (so goes PPM) as the women workers buried mama. The girls .broke a phonograph record of PPM, tore a sheet music copy of the song, to bits, laid them in a GI pistol packin' case and nailed down the lid. Then the coffin was hustled to the Golden Gate bridge at San Francisco where it was tossed into the ocean "to haunt the denizens of the deep." Col. Paul G. Rutten, arsenal commanding officer, gave permission for the pistol packers to get their revenge "for morale effect." SCHOOLMATES VISIT Goldfield--Loren Schipull, Bob Richards and George M. Nelson, Jr., all of whom are in the air forceÂ· stationed" at points in California, and Mrs. Nelson enjoyed a get together at Los Angeles New Year's day. The 4 young people attended high school here together. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. --o-- ANDEKSON-CHJMUS Armstrong--Miss Mary Chjmus and Sgt. Rex Anderson, of Armstrong, were married Dec. 30 at the Presbyterian parsonage at Jackson, Minn. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Peet, and Miss Mabel Hutzel, daughter of Mrs. E. Ruppel, of Iowa Falls, were married at the Baptist parsonage in Hampton, Jan. 7 -by the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Peet came to Popejoy Saturday to make their home. Mr. Peet is an electrician. --o-BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. E. J. Zerble, rural route 4, has returned home after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Ruby Grow, at Iowa City. Mrs. Earl Bailey of Iowa Falls has arrived in Mason City, called by the illness of her uncle, John Cordle, 1420 Harding S. W. --o-It is estimated that approximately 40,000,000 persons are in axis labor gangs, prisons, or concentration camps, or have been driven from their homes because of the war. newspaper. In his present position, Dr. Deer is closely associated with Mr. Carl E. Milliken, former governor of Maine, a former moderator of the Northern Baptist convention, and a vice president of the American Bible Society. Plans are being considered regarding the possibility of having' Dr. Deer address a community forum in the Congregational church on the evening of Jan. 21, to which the general public will be invited. Back in Hospital For 2nd Operation Pfc. Doris Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, .2302 Madison S. W., is in the post hospital at Camp Breckenridge, Ky., recuperating after an appendectomy. She had jiistN recovered from an operation on her jaw and was dismissed from the hospital a few days before she was stricken by appendicitis. JOICE-- The Lutheran Brotherhood will hold a public meeting Monday evening at Bethany church. The program will be given by the L. D. R. members. Start* INSTANTLY firafrvc Caused by. Cold* Just rub on Mastered*--ifÂ« mad* especiallytoprompUy relieve oÂ«ftt*. Â·ore throat and Â«/hiny chest Tnmrlti do* to colds. Mosterole aetsaUy help* break tip local contortion in the iqÂ» per bronchial tract, DOM tad throat. MISTUNCTB3 MUSTEROLF Hoppy Hcfisf When WHEN CONSTIPATION Bate* JOB fÂ«d yank u the dickens, brines oa stonuc Â·put, SOOT tstte, f**cy discomfort, t*k* Dr. CsMwdFs Euou sndhiiu to (akldjr pan the trigger on Uiy "lamias", Â«u4 help joa feel bright and chipper Â«gÂ«in. M. CALBWEU/S U the wMderfnl seas* Imtive contained in cood old Sjrup Pepon to nuke U so toy to tske. SMUT DOC1OU aw inpcncriptioos to nuke the nedidne more palatable and agreeable to take. S6be sm your laxative is conuioed in Sjrop Pepsin. MUST ON MLCALBWCU.'Y--taefaTOiit* children lore it. CAVnOMi UK o*ly as directed. DR.GPWEIIS SENNA LAXATIVE CHASE the CHILLS in a warm * Fur Coat! Money spent carefully is money well spent--and we know of no better investment in warmth and comfort than for a good fur Sable-dyed Northern Muskrar only $265.00 '/3 Down 12 months to pay "See You Tomorrow"