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

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 28, 1934
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TiRCH 28 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Bnefrt Bridge £o Be Sponsored ' by Panhellenic Panhellenic association discussed plans lor its annual post-Lenten bridge party which will be held April 7 at the Denison club at the meeting of the association Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. E. Andrews, 116 Vermont avenue southeast. The party will be held as a benefit to raise money "for the association's scholarship loan fund. 31rs. .Lester Dibble is chairman of arrangements. Luncheon was served preceding the business meeting; by a committee including Mrs. C. M. Franchere, Mrs. c. B. Dakin, Miss Helen Albertus and Mrs. Andrews. MCOLET-SCHUCHJIANN CLATIKSVIL'LE, March 28.--Roy Kicolet and Th'elma Schuchmann "were married at the home of the bride's cousin, Mrs. S. M. Becker by the Lutheran pastor, the Rev. S. M. Becker. Their attendants were the bride's sister," Cordelia and Carl Uubiedk, all of Strawberry Point. Laird's Shoes are not made solely to look pretty, they make your feet want to step out and walk. TM TM ..14 E. State St. Where Shoes Are Really Fitted I COULD CRY_ LOOK AT MY MANICURE AFTER DISHWASHING Dishwashing wrth harsh soaps may be to blame when "manicures" look unattractive too soon! Such soaps tend to make nails brittle, roughen the cuticle, streak the polish. Why not change to Lux? Women find gentle Lux suds keep manicures nice looking longer. They keep hands soft and white, too. Remember, Lux lias none olthe irritatingalkali often foundin ordinary soaps. It's a dishpan beauty treatment for less than If a day! Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern FAIB 1'LAV Here is a splendid example of a quilt for a boy's room--simple, easy to piece and most effective. Since the color scheme suitable for such a room needs thoroughly masculine colors, strong shades of red, yellow, and blue on a white ground make up this nine inch block. This pattern ia from Quilt Book No. 19 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin' to Quilt Department, the Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York. N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 19. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY G. V. S. Seniors-7:30 o'clock, St. John's church, holy week service. Phoenician club-7 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom; Miss Helen Abel, hostess, book review, Mrs. R. E. Romey. Jefferson C. S- C,-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. W. Lewis, 32 Kentucky avenue southeast, Mrs. J. W. McMillan, "Emotional Adjustment." K. B. Bridge club-8 o'clock, Mrs. A. E. Smith, 30 H- Second street northeast. L. O. F. lodge-S o'clock, Eagles hall. THURSDAY E. T. W. club- Postponed. Hanford Ladies aid-Mrs. H. E. Woodward. Iv'ira Card club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Roy Harty, 232 First street southwest. Sans Souci club--1 o'cock, Mrs. Artemas Brown, 225 Ninth street northwest. Delphian society-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A.. "German Opera," Mrs. Victor Nelson. Olivet Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. A. C. Hanson, Mrs. William Huekins, hostesses. Central Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock,' Mrs. H. .H. B.oyce, 1306 Rhode Island avenue norths west, ."Emotional Adjustment," Mrs. Vinnie Christianson. Grace Evangelical W. M. S-2 o'clock, Mrs. H. C. Brunemeier, i 1412 Adams avenue northwest. I Tusalata club-i 6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. ! NICOLET-SCHUCKMANN i ALLISON, March 28.--A mar- i riage license was issued here to Roy Lloyd Nicolet, 26. Cresco, and Thelma Pauline Schuckmann, 26, Strawberry Point. LUX IN THE DISHPAN PROTECTS MANICURES -COSTS LESS THANK A DM Expert... WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING at the lowest prices in this city. A call will convince you. JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. Building Annual Sunrise Service to Be Easter Sunday The annual Easter sunrise service will be sponsored by the religious education committee of the Y. W. C. A. on Easter Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. The Rev. B. T. Erholm will deliver the Easter message and there will be special music by both the high school chorus and the Y. W. C. A. glee club. Mrs. H. V. MacGregor will give the prayer and Mrs. Frank Currie will read from the scripture. The" Easter service will be open to. *ie public. Mrs. MacGregor is chairman of the religious education committee which includes Mrs. Currie and Mrs. John Wiley. _*_ AUSTIN COUPLE GETS MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriage license has been issued to William Van Vleet, 48,. and Amanda Christinson, 37, both of Austin, Minn, Tips on Contract PSYCHOLOGICAL SLAM By TOM O'NEIL Bidding a. suit previously bid by an opponent is often an effective way to reach a slam. There are times when it is inadvisable. It will earmark an opening lead that will defeat a slam contract. Especially is this so when both partnerships can make game. Comes from Charles Honce of New York a gambling, get-away- with-it slam hand with which he succeeded in taking 12 tricks in clubs when the opponents could have made five spades or .five hearts and when they could have set a club slam by opening diamonds. Here was the hand: Wife Preservers Save all spiced sweet vinegar that comes with pickles. It is delicious used to thin salad dressing or for flavoring for baked ham or pork. North Carolina faces losses from damage done wheat, oat and barley crops by the cold last winter. Average Intellectual Attainments Should Be Treated With Respect By BKOOKE PETERS CHUKCH Mr. Smith was an unusually brilliant man. He was graduated from school and college with honors, and stood high in his profession because of his intellectual attainments. His great disappointment in life was that his only son, Bobby, was apparently dull. When the boy brought home his school reports there was always a row between father and son. His marks were average, it is true, but his father expected a line of honors, and blustered and stormed or indulged in biting sarcasm at the boy's mediocrity. Bobby was a great admirer of his father's brains, and tried his best to give satisfaction, but constant fear of his father's displeasure oppressed him so that his work grew worse and worse. He slept badly, lost his appetite, and finally had what was very near a nervous breakdown. It is not necessarily true that the son of a brilliant man will follow in his father's footsteps. But the man to whom learning comes easily can seldom understand the difficulties which it may present to another. To hold up one's own achievement as the standard of perfection to a child who is conscientiously doing his best work, is not only discouraging but actually paralyzing to his faculties. Some children under such treatment develop an attitude of indifference and apparently disregard the criticism; others, more sensitive, perhaps, grow morbidly introspective and depreciating. In neither case has the criticism done any good, but rather it has defeated its own ends, preventing the boys from developing along their own lines and gaining the self-confidence necessary for success in any field of work. J 9 7 5 3 * J 6 4- +·9 SOUTH 4'NONE ' + N O N E 4.AKI0983 JI0861- K.B *IO 75 3 2 * A K Q 8 6 4 You Can Depend on Pinkham Products MRS. MARYgM. LYNN 583 Rogera Street, Bucyrus, Ohio "I was weak and rundown and fretful. Each month I had terrible pains. When I was so bad it seemed as if I could not endure it any longer * friend told me about Lydia E: iPickham's medicine. I have taken four bottles and used the Sanative Wash and I am almost well now." MRS. ESTHER EGE 224S Xorth La Salic Street Indianapolis, Indiana "1 was in bed three weeks with women's troubles. 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He could have bid three spades or three hearts to show his partner first round control of those suits, but feared the result would be a diamond opening if lie should get contract in.clubs. West assisted the spades to four, and the offer came around to South, who leaped to six clubs, East doubling in high hopes. West opened a spade and the declarer was home. He ruffed the spade, drew the enemy's lone trump, discarded one diamond North on a heart and ruffed in the North hand the diamond losers South. "Why didn't you lead a diamond?" asked East of partner. "I was up against it," replied West. "I didn't have the top hearts, so feared to lead that suit. It looked to me as if the safest thing to do would be to put you in and let you take the high card tricks that caused you to double. If you didn't have trumps to set the contract, you could force South with, spades. I thought South was flag flying to stop five hearts or five spades." "You should have known I had high diamonds," said East. "On the bidding South could have few if any losses in hearts or spades." MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON, March 28.-Marriage licenses were issued Tuesday to Troy John Day, 21, Gilmore City, and Violet Irene Edgerton, 21, Fort Dodge; Milo G. Holsne of William and Gladys L. Neff of Webster City. MRS. HARRY BELL HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Harry Bell was honored at a party given Tuesday evening at her home, 410 West State street, by Mrs. A. C. Hawkins and Miss Alva Nolterieke. Bridge was played at fcur tables with high score prizes going- to Mrs. Roger Pitman and Mrs. Tom Conners. W. R. C. SOCIAL CIRCLE I MEETS AT Y. W. C. A. Members of the W. R. C. Social circle met at the Y. W. C. A. Tuesday afternoon when plans were made to celebrate grand army day April 24. The program Included xylophone numbers by Mrs. W. B. McClellan who played "The Old Spinning Wheel." "Mother Machree," "Estralita" and "Home, Sweet Home." Truman Gravalie and Orris Herflndahl played clarinet duets. Mrs. Emma Duncan had charge of the program and Mrs. A. E. Burmeister, the refreshments which v/ere served at the close of the afternoon. A Ceremonial Session Thursday. OSAGE--A ceremonial meeting of the Ta-ta-po-chen Campfire Girls will' be held at the home of their guardian, Mrs. L. W. Williams Thursday evening. The following girls will receive firemakers' rank: Dorcas Shelledy, Rxith Kalz, Kathryn Kitson, Martin Larson, Merle Williams, Allene Havie and Helen Krapek. CCC soil erosion crews have been put to work on 300 Oklahoma! farms, spending S3,500 on each ' tract. ' Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Tradefiome's E-EASTER WILLIAMS-CLOCK ROCKFORD, March 28. -- Mrs. John Gloclc announces the engagement o£ her daughter, Sarah, to Gordon Williams of Lime Spring! The marriage will take place in th;. near future. Miss Clock has tauglv' school for a number of years. .. .The New Aid in PREVENTING Colds At that first nasal irritation--that first sniffle or sneeze--apply Vicks Nose ft Throat Drops. Used in time, they help you to avoid many colds altogether. VICKS NOSE Companion Sale! MEN'S 25c SOCKS lie New Spring Shades \ Sheer Chiffon or Service Weight \ 18 South. £ cueral Ave, Mason City, io\va FRESH FLOWERS FOR Easter Our selection of hothouse grown plants mid cut flowers Is more wonderful than ever! Place your orders now for Easter flowers and plants if you would avoid disappointment. We anticipate a greater Easter business than we've had in years, for we've been most successful in growing a marvelous collection of plants. They're beautiful! Full, healthy buds are just coming into bloom on tulip, hyacinth, roses and lily- plants. Come in and see them. PHONE 55 OR 56 Kemble's Greenhouse 1205'-South Federal Ave. GREENHOUSE OPEA" EVENINGS--THIS iason City Globe-Gazette EE COOKING SCHOOL Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday APRIL 3-4-5-6 At High School Auditorium MRS. PAULINE ROHRS, Instructor The school is educational, entertaining 1 and worthwhile. Free recipes, dem onstrations, valuable gifts,, Please bring pencil and notebook. Mason City Firms Co-operating: American Beet Sugar Co. Blanchard's Jewelry Currie-Van Ness Co. Damon's, Inc. Jacob E. Decker Sons ·John Gallagher Carl Grupp Food Market Hermiuison Bros. Dairy E. B. Higley * Co. Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Iowa Tea Company Kemble's Greenhouse Rlipto Loose Leaf Co. Letts Spencer Smith Co. D. K. Lundberg Co. Lyons Laundcrers Dry Cleaners Mason City Baking Co. Mason City Bottling Co. Mason City Hardware Co. Michael Drug Company Mier Wolf Sons Myers Beauty Studio Northwest Savings Bank 'Peoples Gas Electric Co. Pfaff Baking Company ·J. C. 1'uth Company V;mce Music Company J

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