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February 26, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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;1 -, s MASON CITY GLOBE-GA55ETTE ·~T' *- , ' ' -- ««.»*. ^** wA^-w^Bm. ^^ FEBRUARY 2G M 1931 MUSIC DEPARTMENT TO HEAR RECITAL BY IQNE BURROWS- * A . . ' . ' , . · i · Some More M y Ladv" a n d "They f ~ · ' ' . . ' _ -- -- _ _ __ __ _ ... , 5 . Appreciation of Music Will Be Discussed Group Will Meet at Home of Mrs. B.I.-Bright Friday. Of interest in connection with the talk on music appreciation to be given by Mrs. Frank Pearce at the meeting of the music department of ^he Woman's club 'Friday afternoon ^t 2:30 o'clock is the announcement that lone Burrows of Iowa Falls, concert pianist, will be heard jul recital at the last general meeting of the Woman's club April 14 Jit the First Methodist church. · Mrs. Pearce will discuss the Various points, of Importance to listeners giving a brief outline of the principles of harmony at the Friday jneetlng at the home of Mrs. B. i. Bright, 1104 West State street. Mrs. SVlHlam H. Hathorn will speak on 'Sigmund Spaeth" whose books, 'Read 'em and Weep," "Weep DANDRUFF Some More My Lady" and "They Still 'Sing of Love," are familiar to many. Mf. Spaeth has won national importance as a, critic and cohnota- tor of music. ' · ' lone Burrows in her appearance here in April will give an half hour concert of piano music. She has been recommended not only for her artistic ability but for her charming personality and pleasing appearance.- In private life she is Mrs. J. Holllster Jones. MRS. KIRK HONORED AT BIRTHDAY PARTY. Mrs. I. R. Kirk was honored at a. birthday party given Wednesday afternoon by the members of Cronin Dexter auxiliary of the Spanish American War Veterans at 'her home, 908 Second street southwest. Mrs. R. L. James gave a group of readings* and refreshments were served. There were 20 members and one guest, Mrs. Roger Kirk, present; NOWETOMPATIM1NS PLAN COUNCIL FTRE. At the Nowetompatimln Camp SMre Girl meeting at the home of icr guardian, Mrs. Harold- Jennings, 14 Fourteenth place northwest, rians were made for a council fire. The remainder of the time was spent In playing games. Anna Bochert, assistant guardian, was present at. the meeting. W. B. Means of Boone is visiting 1 at the home of his son-in-law and daughter. Mrs. G. M. Woodruff, 410 Washington avenue northwest. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 ' CENT PRACTICAL ! PATTERN uwficNE*T MONDAY. HOW is IT WASH Vf*ts ARE RINSO,THE H«RD-WATER\ SOAK.S CLOTHES I THE WHITEST WHITE EVER!) - NEXT 3ORA. RlHSO ERT/^ULY MAK WASHDftY TO'SEE HOW IT k Loosens st?5aSE "So economical, too, says Mrs. Bera h°* 627 5. Penn. ^ m * #»**·%* g2r rs~ i machine* I S1 ? P ^ di^et colored thmp -P, * SENSES?* ~* SSE Inarv MRS. BERA «tv. Iowa. Marvelous for tub ^ shin E' ^5 package. .1. _ -Th+Ji^f \jCt U*** ** R W Tin Pattern 3107 By ANNE ADAMS It isn't a separate bolero, hut it nas the appearance of one. The bolero fronts, the bodice and the skirt are attached, making a stunning dress, lovely now under-a warm, coat, and delightful later in warm weather. There are long- sleeves'with a pattern, should you prefer them. The skirt flare Joints in a downward point and the hip yoke fits snugly above It. Pattern 2107 makes up beautifully in printed flat crepe, wool crepe or maro- ca!n. The bodice uses a solid color for contrast and the bolero and cuffs are hound In the contrasting color. May be obtained only in sizes 14, 16, 18, 20, 32, 34, 36", 38, 40, and 42. Size 14 requires 3% yards of 39 inch material and % yard of 36 inch contrasting. No dressmaking experience ia necessary to make this model wlla out pattern. Yardage for every size, and simple, exact Instructions are given. Send 15 cents in coins or stamps (coins preferred), for each pattern. Write plainly your 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, IS cents. Book with pattern, 25 cents. Address all mall and orders to Globe- Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth street, New York, City. 21Q7 SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Tusalata- 6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Kum Bubble class-7:30 o'clock, First Baptist church Mr. and Mrs. Hugh llagner i charge. Painful Corns Go In 3 Seconds or Money Back Harmless Iodine Mixture Works Great Painful corns go In 3 seconds-perfect foot comfort at once. Thi is the money-back guarantee on which IOD-ISE, "The iodine corn romover" is sold. Simple to use Just wet your corn with. IOD-ISE pain and soreness stop at onci Corns or callouses dry up and soo, you take them right out, root an all. No cutting necessary. It doesn' hurt a bit, any one can do it Fol low simple directions. IOD-ISB i harmless--can't make the foot sore It is safe, antiseptic. Sold on money back guarantee. Get a 35 cent hot tie of IOD-ISE at Casey Drug Co. 335 South Federal avenue, or an; other good drug store and in 3 sec onds you will forget painful corns JOE Goss IS NOW SELLING Furniture Stoves From Hia New Store at 207 Sixth Street S. W. Fine stock of New and Used Furniture, Cook, Heater and Gas Stoves. No Rent to Pay So Ail Prices Extremely Low. Mr. Goss trades and buys used furniture, Phone 1307 or 942 Don' let SORE THROAT get the best of you t.. F IVE minutes after you rub on . Musterolc your throat should begin to feel less sorel Continue the treatment once every hour for five hours and you 11 be astonished at the relief. This famous blend of oil of mustard, camphor, menthol and other infiredi- cnts brings relief naturally. Musterole cets action because it is a "counter- irrttant"--not just a salve--it penetrates and stimulates blood .circulation and helps to draw out infection an J pain. Used by millions for 20 years. Recommended by doctors and nurses. KeepMusterolehandy--jarsand tubes, To Mothers--Musterole is also made in milder Jorm 'Jor babies ana small children. Ask Jor Children's Musterole. Qarfield Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, school. J. F. S. Seniors-7:30 o'clock, Parish hall, with Miss Caroline Averill of New York, G. F. S., field secretary. FRIDAY Baptist Ladles old divisions-8, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. A. Schlick, 610 Connecticut avenue southeast. 4, 2:30 o'clock, Mrg. Warner Glld- ner, 121 Sixth street northwest, Mrs. Ben Golien, hostess. Congregational Women's union-Group 5, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C.'B, Letts, 247 Fourteenth street southeast. Rebekah Circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlors, Mrs. W. E. Atkinson, chairman. Pleasant Ridge club--· Mr. and Mrs. Ber't Woodward. Good Cheer Card club-8 o'clock, Mrs. George Whltets, 247 Fourteenth street southeast. Trinity Lutheran Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. A. J. ^Warner, Mrs. Dan Herrick, Mrs. J. I. Wik, hostesses. Harmony Guild-1:15 o'c 1 o c k, Congregational church, Mrs. J. W. Lorenz, Mrs. C. V B. Tice, Mrs. Charles Cook, Mrs. R. Henderson, hostesses, Christian Workers division!)-1--1 o'clock, Mrs. A. J. Murray, 622 Delaware avenue northeast. 2--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. A. A. Height, 230 First street northeast. \ 3 and 8--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. H. Neal, 1012 Elm drive. 4--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Shannon Kollman, 501 Jersey avenue southeast. 5--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Zack, 1022 Fourth street southwest. 6--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Earl Smith, 27 Sixth street northwest. 7--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Lloyd Atkinson, 802 Monroe avenue northwest. First Methodist divisions-1--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. · C. H. Major, 102 Twelfth street northwest. 2--1 o'clock, Mrs. S. A. Watts, 424 Ninth street northwest. 3--1 o'clock, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, 304 Jefferson avenue northwest. 4--1 o'clock, church' for luncheon. 6--1:15 o'clock, Mrs. G. L. Wanamaker, 1017 Third street southwest. 6--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. Hendrickson, 21 River heights. 7--1 o'clock, Mrs. G. S. C. An- drlck, 222 Kentucky avenue southeast. 8--1 o'clock, Mrs. Earl Leaman, 730- Fifteenth street northeast. 9--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Frank Kinhart, 946 Delaware avenue northeast. 10--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harold Drcher, 302 Fifteenth street southeast. Music department-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. B. I Bright 1104 West State street. Trinity Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Warner, Mrs. H. A. Herrick, Mrs. J. I. Wik, hostesses. Baptist Ladles aid-Mrs. J. W. Wiley's division with Mrs. Asa Briar, 226 Seventh street northeast. G. F. S. Candidates-4:15 o'clock, parish house, ·ucky Lindy club- Mr, and Mrs. "George Borcher with Jim O'Rourke and Justus Borcher, hosts. 'resbyterlan Young People-7:30 o'clock, church, carnival. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, courthouse assembly. IcKinley Children's Play-7:30 at school. Women Will Be P r e s e n t at M e e t i n g General. F e d e r a t i o n to Gather for Council Session. WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.--Westward Ho! is the watchword of the thousands of members of the General Federation of Women's clubs who expect to attend the fourteenth biennial council meeting to be helc in Phoenix, Ariz., April 27 to May 2 inclusive, the president, Mrs. John F. Sippel, presiding. "Life's enrichment thru united effort" is the keynote to the meeting and the program will revolve around the central idea of making life a fuller and richer experience by placing greater emphasis on the aesthetic and spiritual aspects of life and using the combined interest and effort of the millions of club women thruout the world to attain these ends. Directors' night at convention and council meetings is invariably a high point of interest. On this occasion the General Federation director from each state gives a two minute presentation of club work of her state in the light of an assigned subject. The subject chosen, for this year is "Contributing to Life's Enrichment." Women to Have Part, Mrs. W. E. Minier of Nebraska is chairman of the program committee. In addition to some brilliant outside speakers on subjects related to club work, the club women themselves will have a more conspicuous part than usual in the program. Past accomplishment, present activities and future projects of the various divisions of the following departments, will occupy a prominent place on the program: American citizenship, American home, education, fine arts, legislation, International relations, press and publicity and public welfare. The addresses, discussions and reports will be interspersed with the best available musical talent. Mrs. Seth T. Arkills, president of the Arizona Federation- Mrs. George F. Kitt, General Federation director; Mrs. E. G. Berryhfll, local biennial chairman and Mrs. Eugene B. Lawson, contact chairman for the General Federation, are In general charge of local arrangments, including some delightful entertaining, sightseeing and play day features. To Give Dinner. The Arizona Federation will give a dinner to the official family of the General Federation followed by a reception and garden party given in the grounds 'of the Hotel West- ward Ho, official headquarters for the convention. The pageant, "Masque of the Yellow Moon," presented by several thousand high school students at the stadium -will be ap entertainment feature. A tea will be given at the Arizona BiHmore at the foot of Camelback mountain by the five district Federations of the state. Play day, the one day set apart as a period of fun and frolic when all serious matters are cast aside, will take the form of a drive around the valley, ending in a barbecue or chuck wagon lunch at 2 p. m. at the Heard Boy Scout pueblo in the South mountains. Visiting club women will-also be shown a part of the great Salt river valley which has been converted from a desert to fertile fields by the construction of the immense Roosevelt dam a number of years ago. It is expected that several thousand will attend this meeting as already many of the eastern states are making up special parties, several of which will continue to other western points of interest. --*-- HILLINGA-STOHR WESLEY, Feb. 26.--Harm Hill- inga. Jr., Wesley, and Miss Lydia Stohr of Tltonka were married at the home of the .bride's mother in Titonka. They will live on the Harm Hillinga farm northeast of Wesley. Mothers, Mix This At Home for a Bad Cough You'll be pleasantly surprised when you make up tills simple borne mixture and try it for a distressing cough or che^t cold. It takes but a moment ·to mil anil costs little, but it can bo depended upon to give quick and lasting relief. Cet 2% ouncca of Pincx from any druggist. Pour this into a pint'bottle; then fill it with plain granulated sugar syrup or strained iioney. Tlia full pint thus made costs no more than a Email bottle of ready-made medicine, yet it is much more effective. It is pure, keeps perfectly and children love its pleasant taste. This simpln remedy has a remarkable three-fold action. It goes rigbt to the Scat of trouble, loosens the germ- laden phlegm, and sooth ra'nwny tha inflammation'. Part of the medicine is absorbed into the blood, where it acts directly upon, tho bronchial tubes and thus helps inwardly to throw off the whole trouble with surprising ease. Finex is a highly concentrated compound of genuine Norway Pine, containing the active ngent of creosote, in a refined, palatable form, and known as one of the greatest hcnling agents for severe coughs, chest cojda and bronchial troubles. Do not accepta substitute for Pincx. It is guaranteed to give prompt relief or money refunded. There Is ONLY ONE "Arch Preserver" Shoe It's different in construction than any other shoe. Its comfort-giving features are patented. They cannot be built into other shoes. That's why men and women who change to other makes in an effort to economize come back to Arch Preservers. They find there's something about these shoes that takes away the tired feeling and keeps the feet in good condition. Our X-RAY machine tells the story. You may see for yourself. They're sold in this section only at Nichols and Green "Where the Good Shoes Come From" Shorter Styles, Better Quality for Less Money Since 1920 counw AHD u-rur* . . . a s in the Fashion Mirror m ryP WL n , fa%2-jL.6^,+ · Indeed a hat to enhance the charm of youth ... youth not reckoned In years, but in enthusiasm for life itself. Here is o hat by Gage which achieves with perfection that subtle something recog- nized everywhere as distinguished good taste. Pictured, a smartly molded youthful style. The generous brim, faced with Ivory linen, droops with nonchalance. . The material--fine quality Uncn-bnku. , This model priced, at $12. Other Gage ' ' h a t s $7:50 to $12.50. ' --" ' When You Are Looking for Style at a Price--Come to the Style Shoppe for Your Spring Hat See our large assortment of all the new styles that you never dreamed of at such low prices. Better Come Right in and See 1.95--$5.00-$7.50 OTHERS TO $12.00 STYLE SHOPPE "WHERE STATE CROSSES FEDERAL" Wet Wash 17 IBs. $1 . Try Our Wet Wash Laundry Everything is washed and sent home to you damp, ready to be ironed. (5c lb., minimum charge $1.00 Having your, laundry done wet wash is cheaper than you can do it at home regardless of the equipment you have. TRY IT THIS WEEK Lyons Cleaners Launderers Dry Cleaners PHOHE 600

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