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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 1936 ELEVEN SOCIETY B.P.W.Club to Hear Talk by Professor Public Relations' Banquet Planned for Thursday at Hanford. Members of Che Business and Professional Women's club and guests will meet at the Hotel Hanford Thursday evening; at 7 o'clock for their annual public relations dinner iii celebration of businesswomen's week. Alfred Pearson, dean of the liberal arts college of Drake university, will speak on "European Problems Today." Dean Pearson is former United States minister to Poland and Finland. Dr. R. F. Kunz and Lester Milligan will give a musical skit. Committee In Charge. The program has been planned by the public relations committee of which Mrs. Mabel Blaise is chairman. On the committee are Miss Beulah Randolph, Miss Kathryn Williams and Clara Fischer. President Franklin D. Roosevelt opened the ninth annual observance of national businesswomen's week. March 15-2], by extending greetings to the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs, under whose auspices busi nesswomen's week is annually celebrated. In a letter from the white house to Miss Louise Franklin Bache, executive secretary of the federation, the president wrote: "It is a pr ilege to extend greetings to the National Federation ol Business and Professional Women's clubs on the occasion of the observance of National Businesswomen's Week. I am much interested in the fact that you have chosen as your theme for special consideration during the week, 'Women's Responsibility in Effective Democracy.' Great Responsibility. "It is one of the favorable signs of the tiroes that people more and more are taking an interest in the affairs of government. It is ray belief that the more popular interest is aroused in governmental matters, the more effective the people will be in achieving their aspirations. Hence, at the present time, when we as a nation are striving to find our way into a better ordered social system, it is fortunate that women have become so active politically 'and are encouraging legislative re- y Jorms and innovations designed to "improve the social order. A great 'responsibility rests with them in making their influence felt to the end that social progress shall not be thwarted by those who are actuated only by selfish motives. "I wish for you every success in the studies you are making at this time concerning plans and methods through which we may make our democracy serve a higher purpose in humanitarian progress." .;. WEATHERINGTON-CARR GARNER--The marriage of Miss Zelda Carr, daughter of Wallace A. Carr of Garner, and Frank Weatherington, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Weatherington of Des Moines, took place at the O'Malley tearoom in Des Moines. The Rev. E. A. Elliott performed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Garner high school and for several years has been employed in Des Moines at the state capitol building and more recently at the Cownie Fur company. Mr. Weatherington was graduated from West high school, Des Moines, and Lewis institute, Chicago, 111. Mrs. Kenneth Rusle yand Miss Elanore Carr, sisters of the bride, of Garner, and Miss Bette Foster of Britt were in attendance. The couple will live in Des Moines. Helen Wilts New Head of L i f e Savers New Schedule Arranged for Pool at Y. W. C. A.; Guards Appointed. Life sa"ing corps of the Y. W. C A. elected Virginia Madigan presi dent, Helen Wilts, vice president and Patricia Farrer was re-electee secretary-treasurer, at a meeting Tuesday night. Two tea.ras were named for a con test which takes effect immediately The captains for the two teams are Helen Wilts and Irene Van Note Wilts' team includes Virginia Madigan, Geraldine Chaffin, Phyllis Van Note, Jane Thome, Betty Church Winifred Bogardus, Elizabeth Perry Dorothy Griffen, Rita Dugan, Betty Law-ton and Roslyn Brogue. Van Note's team includes Eileen Madigan, Kathleen Madigan, Patricia Farrer, Millie Negomire, Sophie Ne- gomire, Annabelle Gamble, Mary Ann Case, Betty Lilley, Faith Darland and Margery Brown. Three points are given for attendance at meetings, five points for guarding the pool and five points for paying dues. The contest will last until the first of June. The losing team will be responsible for a spread for the winners. Points are to be subtracted for failure to take charge of the pool at the regular sched uled times. The new schedule for guarding the pool is as follows: Monday, 6:3C to 8:30. Dorothy Griffen, Winifred Bogardus-, Millie Negomire, group one; Roslyn Brogue, Rita Dugan, Mary Ann Case, group two; Wednesday, 6:30 to 8:30, Patricia Farrer, Eileen Madigan. Betty Church, group one; Kathleen Madigan, Irene Van Note, group two; Friday, 6:30 to 8:30, Helen Wilts, Faith Darland. group one; Virginia Madigan, Ger aidine Chaffin, group two. On Saturday at 2, Phyllis Van Note, Jane Thome, Betty Lawton, Margery Brown and Annabell Gamble. The Saturday groups come-every Saturday. The other groups alternate. This newly arranged schedule provided for an hour a week for each member of the Life Saving Corps. A swimming meet will be held during May with points given each team for first and second places in the meet. Th e Mermaids are responsible for the demonstration for the girls' hobby show on April 4. ERDIX SWIFT SPEAKER AT T. N. T. MEETING T. N. T. club met for dinner Tuesday evening at the Y. W. C A. and following- dinner, Erdix Swift spoke on furs, describing the various kinds and giving their wearing qualities. Guests were Myrtle Ohland, Mrs. Jack Van Deest and RUPTURE H. L. Hoffman, Expert, Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate without charge his "Perfect Retention Shields" in Mason City, Saturday, March 21, at the Hanfc-rd Hotel. From 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. Any rupture allowed to protrude is dangerous, weakening the whole system. It often causes stomach trouble, gas and backpains. My "Perfect Retention Shields" will hold rupture under any co-ndi- :ion of work and contract the opening in a short time. Do not wear trusses that will en- arge the opening. Many satisfied clients in this community. No mail order. HOME OFFICE: 305 Lincoln Bldgr., Minneapolis, Minn. HEAL!iJ IS BETTER IN TH E INSULATEU HOME Too Hot! Too Cold! Draughts! 9 Abnormal temperatures, summer and winter, are a health menace within the home. Avoid them by blanketing your home with Red Top Insulating Wool. This fluffy, fireproof insulation is easy to install. Costs little. Is permanent and sanitary. Ask us for full details, samples, etc. And let us tell you for how little you can have your home protected with this blanket insulation, and how Red Top Insulating Wool will actually pay for itself by saving fuel. FRANK MELIUS, Manager 15 Fourth Street S. W. Phone 3838 Alma Anderson. The nationwide business girls banquet was announced for March 24. Irma Kolda and Maxine Howard were dinner chairmen. WA-TAN-YE CLUB MEETS AT HANFORD Wa-Tan-Ye club met Tuesday noon at the Hotel Hanford when Mrs. Mildred Dalin and Mrs. Elsie Ramsey were taken in as new members. Announcement was made of the convention-planning meeting to be held Monday at 7:30 o'clock at the Beck brothers office. A program of current topics was given by Bertha Gould. Olive Larson, Elsie Lunsman anti Tolla Blowers. LUNU-RHINER GOLDFIELD -- M i s s Esther Rhincr of Goldficld and Peter Lund of Thor were married at the Methodist parsonage at Kamrar SaUirday evening by the Rev. Mr. Grigsby. The couple was attended by Miss Brma Rhincr, a sister of the bride, and Robert McMahon of Eagle Grove. McKINLEY C. S. C. MEETS AT SCHOOL McKinley Child Study circle met at the school Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock when Mrs. M. J. Caponi led the lesson on "The Development of Self Reliance." The boys hobby show was announced for April 1 to 4. Mrs. W. Carson, Mrs. E. Stevenson and Mrs. M. Hommerding were appointed to the nominating committee and Mrs. C. Brahm and Mrs, W. Gump to the committee for visitation night, April 21. Mrs. C. Mi- chials and Mrs. .S. Spencer acted as j hostesses. | MRS. EUGENE THORNTON HONORED AT 1AKTY Mrs. Eugene Thornton, formerly Vietta Treble, was honored at a miscellaneous shower given Tuesday evening by Mrs. Glen Thornton. 1032 Hampshire avenue northeast. A number of gifts were presented to the bride. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Rose Householder, Mrs. Bc-nford R. Keeling and Mrs. Raymond King. ( i K O R G K M. ERVJN WEDS IN DBS MOINES Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Ruth Bruns to George M. Ervin. The ceremony took place March 7 at Plymouth Congregational church in Dos Moines, the Rev. Stoddard Lane of- ficialing. Mrs. Ervin is the daughter of John Bruns of Cedar Rapids, formerly of Mason City, and Mr. Ervin is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. H a i r y Ervin, 208 Tenth street north' west. So the poor will vote for the par- ly t h a t offers them something? Well, the rich always found that a good policy.--Davenport Times. Taxes Paid on Estates. DES MOINES. /Pi--The estate ot Frank A. Will of Des Moines today paid a state inheritance tax of $3,297 on a taxable value of $32.973. The estate of Henry Windahl paid a $99 tax on a ?1,960 taxable value. Peak bonus payments are not expected until August. September and October, although the outflow of checks is to start June 13. Because of administrative technicalities it is impossible to r;.ake immediate payment.--United State* News. MEAT L E A D S A L L O T H E R F O O D S I N APPETITE A P P E L t I VE VALUE ^ u tf Â«"* \\ Â»i%% jpo* ^^^ ^ %% Q X3 1 XAvpi f -.$ Â« VISIT ONE OF THESE RETAILERS FOR COOKING SCHOOL MEAT CUTS You can secure meat cuts demonstrated at the Foods On Parade Cooking School from the retailers listed below: BARRETT BROS. GROCERY * MEATS Phone 43-44 20 Second St. N. E. Phone 420 CARL GRUPP QUALITY RITE-WAY FOOD SHOP SNYDERS RITE-WAY 1339 North Federal Fhoiie 1800 FOOD STOKE-- (Jroerrv * 6 IB South Federal FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY A - ^' K1 JÂ° TITTLE BROS. PACKING CO. 313 North Federal Ave. FELT SON Phone 746 Phone 754 (The Quality) GROCERY 4- MEATS Phone fi!IS 105 South Federal 402 Seventh St. S. E. Phone 892 Phone 943 409 Xorth Federal FOREST PARK GROCERY MEATS 1007 Fourth St. S. W. THOMPSON-DEAN CO. 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