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-FE FEBRUARY 26 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 9 -Â· EMILY KNEUBUHL WILL DELIVER LECTURE AT DINNER H I 1 4 lib cf G. rOCal Club to J o i n in Observance Business, Professional Women Plan Dinner March 11. National Business Women's week will be observed in 1250 communities from March 8 to 14 and plans are being made for its local observance by members of the Mason City Business and Professional WomenV club. Miss Emily Kneubuhl, national executive secretary, will be the speaker at the public relations din- tier to be held March 11 at the Hanford hotel to which representatives of the various service clubs ara being invited. There will also ba delegations from Business and Profes- (donal Women's clubs in the surrounding district. The National Federaation of Business and Professional Women's clubs is the largest organization of business and professional women in the world. It numbers 60,000 mem- pers in its clubs thruout the United States and in Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands. It was organized In 1919 in St. Louis. Important Members. Among the outstanding members p.re Mrs. Herbert Hoover, Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, Judge Florence S. Allen, only woman supreme court justice; Judge Nellie Tayloe Ross, first woman governor; Mrs. Bertha K. Xjandes, first woman mayor of a large city; Mary Anderson, head oE the women's bureau of the U. S. department of labor and seven of the eight women in the retiring congress. The organization is self governing and self-supporting. It had raised and spent during the last 12 years approximately $1,000,000, which has been invested in the development of the American business woman. Seeking better educational standards for the young business woman, the Federation has encouraged the establishment of scholarship funds in individual clubs thruout the United States. By means of these, prospective business girls have been enabled to complete their high school training or to take up college work. The Mason City club has such a fund. Research Work, To enable the mature business woman to cope with her problems the organization lias carried on extensive research and the first concrete facts ever assembled about, business women are contained in a survey prepared by the federation D. A. R. MEMBERS MEET FOR ANNUAL WASHINGTON TEA in co-operation with the Universitj of Michigan. In addition to the work in tha United States, the activities of the federation are being extended abroad thru the International Federation sponsored, by the National Federation. Miss Lena Madesiu Phillips who recently spoke in Mason City ia international president. Bits About ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Pearce, 22 Beaumont drive, have returned from a two days' trip to Minneapolis. * * v Mrs. J. E. Hynds, 916 Washington avenue northwest, has returned from a 10 day visit in Kaiona, Ceda? Rapids and Waterloo. In Kaiona, Mrs. Hynds visited hex mother, Mrs. B. M. Mikesell. * * * Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Webster and children, 8 Beaumont drive, have returned from Des Moines where they visited for several days with Mr. Webster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webster. * * * Mrs. W. E. Long, 232 Fifth street northwest, has returned from Des Moines where she has been living during the winter session of the legislature. Dr. Long is expected back .from the state house Friday and will spend the spring recess in Mason City. * # * Bob Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, 823 Jefferson avenue northwest, is expected to return Saturday to Hamline univer- Daughters of the Revolution held their annual Washington party Â¥Â·Â· at the home of Mrs. F. G. Carlson, 511 East State street. The picture showing the guests in colonial costume was taken in Rock Glen. Seated, from left to right, are Mrs. Joel Haneg with Mrs. Don Wells' daughter, Mrs. Seba Vail, Mrs. Stanley Haynes, Mrs. Lambert Phillips, Airs. J. C. Williams, Mrs. T. H. Stetler, Mollie Winter, Miss Mabel Atkinson, Mrs. D. L. Mills, Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. F. E. Wells, Mrs. Henry Shiproan, Mrs. Julia Stinehart, Mrs. G. M. Crabb. In the back row are Mrs. Klimelce, Mrs. Hilton, Mrs. Harry Wright, Mrs. H. E. Swarner, Mrs. George Burmeister, Mrs. F. G. Carlson, Joyce Winter, Mrs. W. H. Biederman, Mrs.- E. W. Curry, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. H. N. Jacoby, the regent; Mrs. Fred Heddens, Mrs. Brogue, Mrs. John Boothroyd, -Mrs. Herbert Winter, Miss Dorothy Ransom, Mrs. Don Wells, Mrs. C. R. Crumb, Mrs. R. B. Girton and Mrs. Paul Loomis. sity; St. Paul, after spending several days in Mason City convalescing from pneumonia. * * * Mrs. H. E. Hanson, 1049 Second stret northwest, is spending some time in Des Moines with her mother, Mrs. C. H. Hanson, who has been seriously 111. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hunt formerly of Mason City, who moved to Buffalo, N. Y., last summer have left there for Des Moines where they they will make their home. Their daughter, Miss Helen Hunt, who had been attending Skidmore college, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., is now a student at the University of Iowa. Mrs. Gorman of New Hampton has returned to home after visiting her "daughter, Miss Cleo Gorman, who is a patient at the Mercy hospital. *. * * Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knipper and daughter, Dorothy, Dubuque, will arrive Saturday to spend the weekend at the home of Mrs. Knipper's sister, Mrs. J. E. Marek, 810 Jefferson avenue northwest. MASON CITY PAIR WED IN CALIFORNIA; WILL LIVE THERE Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Barney, 324 First street northeast, announce the marriage of their daughter, Ruth, to Claire B. Logue, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Logue, 104 Adams avenue southwest, which took place in Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. Lrf ue and his bride will make their home there where he is employed by the Los Angeles Railway company. Both Mr. and Mrs. Logue are graduates of the Mason City high school and Mrs. Logue was also, graduated from Hamilton's business college and was employed in the office of the Western Bell Telephone company hero and In Den Moines. Children's Colds ^* rfgtl Checked with'out "dosing." Rub on STEFFLBR-SCHHOEDEK, CHARLES CITY, Feb. 28.--The marriage of Miss Thelma Schroeder of Waverly and Glen Harold Stef fler, son of Frank Steffler, took place at the Little Bfown church. The Rev. William Kent performed the ceremony In the presence of a few relatives. The attendants were Hazel Reynolds and Virgil Littig. Mr. Steffler has been employed by the Oliver Equipment company but has now gone to Wisconsin. Parent Should Remember Courtesy Phrases Mean Nothing to Children By ALICE JUDSON PEALE We are often so anxious to have our children appear well before others that we cannot resist the temptation to teach them ingratiating responses and pretty littls speeches. "Please," "Thftnk you," "Excuse me" and "How do you do?" are painfully taught to youngsters who are actually in tears of shyness over To a very little child these terms of expression have no meaning whatsoever, and if he learns to say them it is in parrot-like mimicry that bears no relation to real good manners. Such manners must spring from a genuine appreciation of the feeling of others, which the child must be permitted to develop gradually as a result of his daily living. The child surrounded by people who are genuinely courteous to each other, and to him, learns to use the forms of courtesy as soon aa they acquire meaning in the course of his experience. I have seen three and four year olds scolded and shaken for not saying "Excuse me." A fine lesson in consideration for other people's feelings. Perhaps the best way to teach your child manners is never to insist upon them, but to accept kindly intention in place of the form. Be sure that in your own dealings Japan Green Tea Only the finest first crop Japans are used in the delicious blend of MILLION JARS USED YEARLY Fresh from trte Gardens" tt with him you do not neglect either :he spirit of consideration or tha forms of courtesy which you would have him learn. Company manners, taught for show, are apt to give svay in the most humiliating fashion and at tne most awkward moments. The little boy who told his mother to "shut up" in the presence of a visitor answered her exclamation of shocked surprise with, "Well, that's what you say to me, so why can't I say it to you?" The enforced brevity of the radio address is a revelation of bow m u c h j more a man can say in 15 minutes than he can read in an hour and a half.--Louisville Courier-Journal. A New Shipment of Beautiful Spring Millinery Just Received / Selected with Extra Care to bring to you the newest styles at these low prices-- $Â£.88 Hats for Miss or Matron Small or Large Head Sizes None Higher 3 So. 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