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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1931
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«ias^^ T- r -- . MASON CITY GLOBE GAZETTET MARCH 5 EB 1931 DISTRIGIVMEETING OF F. T. A. TO BE HELD MARCH 20 Newell Edsori Will Lecture in Afternoon Program Arranged for Convention to Be Held , . Here. '.. Hans 'are being made for the north central- district meeting of the ; Congress of Parents and Teachers, to-be held here March 20. Newell D. Edson, chairman of the socia; hygiene committee of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, will be the .principal speaker. He will lecture on "Mistakes We Parents Make" at^ the afternoon session, " ! . There will be registration from 9 to. 9:30 o'clock during which time Mrs, OR. E. Patton will play an organ recital. : This will be followed by singing led by Mrs. Paul Loomis. The Garfield P. T. A. Mother-Singers' 'quartet will entertain. It includes Mrs. Horace Baemer, Mrs. Howard Neelings, Mrs. O. Mall and Mrs.;George Stevens. If - To Give Talk '. ,- Mrs. W.-A. Carter, vice president of the P. T. A. council, will give an address of welcome. Mrs. C. G. Collester and the officers will, con- duct'a school of Instruction from 10 to 11:30 o'clock which will be fol- New Face Powder Smooth as Satin That lovely, natural bloom of youth! Find it in MELLO-GLO. Purest, smoothest face powder known. New French process makes it stay on *longer. - .Coloring, approved by United ^States, government, blends perfectly with any complexion. No flaky or pasty look. No ugly shine. MELLO-GLO prevents large pores, never irritates skin. Damon's, Inc. lowed by a half hour's talk by Mrs. M. P. Summers, state president. ' There will be luncheon conferences at the. First Methodiist church. These will include program, Mrs. Collester: scrap book, Mrs. Roy Smith; motion pictures, Mrs.iE. M. Kersten; 'spiritual training, .Mrs \shley; children's reading, Mrs. Mc- Sinney; high school problems, Mr. Edson, and- study groups, Mrs. Loomis. Chorus to Sing The afternoon program will he opened by singing by the boys' grade school 1 chorus led by Miss Mildred Jackson. This will be followed by P.,'T. A.-singing and a pageant, 'Child Labor Then and Now," sponsored by parent-education groups of Mason · City. . ' The report of the district motion picture chairman, Mrs. Kersten, will be given at 2 o'clock. There will be a business meeting arid election of officers and at 2:45 o'clock Mr. Edson will give his address. From 3:45 until 4:15 o'clock there will be a question box and discussion. . MR. AND MRS. PENCE HONORED AT PARTY Mr. and Mrs.'Jesse Pence were honored ;at a farewell party given by a group of their neighbors Wednesday evening at their home on North Federal avenue. · The time was spent in dancing and playing 500. Refreshments were served and a gift .was presented to Mr. and Mrs: Pence. There were 20 couples at the affair. OCCIDENT CLUB TO MEET WITH MRS. 3IACB The meeting.of the Occident club will be held Monday afternoon at :he home of ; Mrs. K. "WMace, 115 Seventh stfeet;northwest, instead of with Mrs. Milton Bergland. Newly jlected officers of the club are: ilrs. Horace. :Beemer, president; VIrs. Milton Wimmer, vice president; Mrs. T.:J. Bracken, secretary; and Mrs. Roy Cobb, treasurer. It is certaintly good sportsmanship for both parties to keep national chairman who are on the outs with most of the rank and file. "helby County Herald. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN BUNMV 704. 2119 PATTERN 2119 . By ANNE ADAMS The vogue of contrasting colors and materials has not stopped with adult models. Our small girl has on an adorable dress made of white dimity trimmedj with a smartly pointed yoke and hem of printed dimityT The cunning cap sleeves are an extension of the yoke. Pattern 2119 would be equally lovely made of batiste, lawn, organdy or cotton broadcloth. . . May be obtained only in sizes 2, 4, 6 and 8. Size 4 requires 1 yard ' of plain, and 1% yards of printed material, 36 inches wide. Transfer Pattern 704 includes 1 Dog and 1 Bunny to be stuffed. Price 15 cents; No »dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with our 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 Pattern catalog is now ready. It features an excellent assortment of a'f- ternoon, sports and house, dresses, l i n g e r i e , pajamas' 'and kiddies' clothes. Price of catalog, 15: cents. Catalog with pattern^ 25 cents. Address all mail ami orders to Globe- Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth Street, New York City.. . ' ' · " . · ' Social Calendar Kotex comfort lasts because Kotex absorbs away from the surface Y OU want more than mere surface comfort in sanitary,protection,- and Kotex gives you more. It absorbs away from the surface, leaving the protective edges dry and comfortable during use. Kotex may be worn on either side, with the very same protection, because both sides are equally absorbent; No danger of embarrassment from wrong adjustment," There's a delicate, fleecy softness about Kotex. What a comfort during warmer days when this prob- lem is more difficult than usual. Hospitals specify Kotex for the protection and comfort of their women patients. It is disposable, you know, quickly and easily. Once you try Kotex, no other way will sarisfy you again. K O T X Try the New Kocer Sanitaiy Bclr Antelope Buck, toned to the tnrie of many shades, heel small but not hlgb Carried in black kid. Grey lizard trim. .Brown Uld with beige lizard trim. When Stetson'Makes Them and-- Fit Them Smartly Dressed Women Like to Wear Them It will be a pleasure to show you. our inviting selection of the newest styles'. LAIRD SHOE CO. 14 E. STATE.ST. Where Shoes Are Really Pitted i THURSDAY Madison P. T. A. -7:30 o'clock, school, play by the mothers. Garfield. P. 'T. A. -7:30 o'clock, school, talk by Supt. R. B. ; Irons. Beryl Grove, Woodman circle -7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Mystic Workers -- · 8 o'clock, Labor hall. TL. S. Bridge club -8 o'clock, Mrs. S. H. Elliott, 806 Monroe avenue northwest. FRIDAY A. T. -K. club-1 o'clock, Mrs.; Glen Murren, 920 .Polk avenue northwest. ~ ' ' ' - ' . . . . . ! '-. \ 2 :"3Q 'o'clock^ "church parlors,- Mrs: Malcolm Reed, hostess. : Church of Christ Women's Missionary 'society -2:30 o'clock, church. First Methodist Missionary society -2:30 o'clock, church. Baptist Missionary society -2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Minnie Trevitt, leader, Mrs. J.- T. Laird, hostess. Young Peoples' union -- · 7:30 o'clock, Baptist church, musical. Grant P. T. A. -7:30 o'clock, school, carnival. Central .Lutheran Girls' club- Mrs. J. G. Hanson, 5 Willow drive. Baby clinic -1 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Presbyterian Ladies' aid-2:30 o!clock, church, Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. Margaret Fisher, Mrs. A. Faieo, Mrs. Lewis Wilson. Roosevelt-Jackson Child Study circle -- · 2:30 o'clock, Roosevelt school, "As Adolescents See It," Mrs. H. Knudson. Council members as guests. '' Congregational Woman's union -Mrs. Grant McGowah, group 4. G. F. S. candidates-4:15 o'clock, Parish hall. Good Chser lodge -7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, benefit card party. l.ufcen Rebclcah lodffe-- 7:30 o'clock. I. X O. F. hall, initiation and draning of charter. · - %·-- -- KKOSO CLTJB HOLDS AFTERNOON MEETING Members of the Kroso club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. V. German, 624 Sixth street southeast. The time was spent informally and Miss Ruth Cornweli of Independence, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Gornwell, was a guest. ' Doll for Child'Should : Be Dressed Simply for Best Service, Pleasure By ALICE 'jUDSON PEALE The mother who, with painstak-r ing care, dresses a befrilled and curly-headed doll for her four-year- old Is likely to be disappointed by the way the recipient mistreats the finery over which she spent so many hours. The natural play of little children | with their dolls Is not the neat and dainty thing we'd like to think it. The toddler grabs her doll by the leg and bumpa its head on the floor as she walks. When she is thru with it, she throws it into the box with her airplanes or auto-trucks. If the doll has hair or clothing they are soon pulled off. . The child is four before she plays with dolls in anything like an imaginative way, but even then a doll's life 5s hard. Its clothes are taken off and put on again in the wrong order, inside out. A single garment is all a child cares about Bits About 'em Mrs. Tom Arthur, 16% Washington- avenue northwest,. and Mrs. Charles. Brady, 722 Jefferson avenue northwest, drove to Independence Wednesday morning. , Thpy spent the day there visiting relatives of Mrs. Brady. * * * Mrs. Mary Drake, who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. A. H. Lunsman, 235 Thirteenth street southeast, for the last ten days, has returned to her home in O'Neill, Nebr. Mrs. Drake is a sister of Mrs. Lunsman.. ·· : * * * ' . . Mrs. William Smith, 1323 Pennsylvania avenue southeast; Mrs. Leslie G! Hawkins, 108 River Heights, and Mrs. R. A. Laurie, 935 Pennsylvania.^avenue, 'attended .the 6.,;E:-:' S.-- schiDOl' 'of i WstructionV at' Northwpb;! Wednesday afternoon arid evening. s .' * * * · '· : . ;.'. \ ' Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Holtz and Raymond-, Jr., have left' for their home in Hastings, Nebr., after visiting in Mason'City and Rudd for the last two months. In Mason City the Holtz family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Factor, 440 Twenty-fifth street northwest. · · » * * ' Leo Carney, Earle Carney and P. J. Carney have left by motor for Marseilles, Hi., where they were called by the death of an uncle, James Carney. : . ' * * * \ Miss Hess'.Geplin of Winnipeg, Canada; is spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs, William Garfin, 807 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Miss Geplin is a sister of Mrs. Garfin. * * * Miss Ruth Cormvell of Independence is a guest in the Charles Cornwell home, 223 Crescent drive. » * * . · Miss Ruth Irons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Irons, 124 Fourth street northwset, is expected home from Creston for the week-end. She will be accompanied by Miss Mildred Wynne who will also 'visit at the Irons residence. « * .* Mrs. Charles Schmidt of Kansas City and Mrs. John Smith of Omaha left Thursday morning for their homes after visiting with Dr. and Mrs. L. R, Woodward, 316 Fifth street northwest. They drove, to [owa with Mrs. Woodward's aunt Miss Pamelia Fluent of Charts City, who has been visiting In Kansas City during the winter^ * * * Mrs. W. W. Waddell, 219 Thir teenth place northeast, will ar company the choir of- the Alllanr. Gospel church to Powersville'.'Wef nesday evening where they will rtrr sent a cantata, the "Pink Rose." Shoes, stockings and fancy underclothing are apt to be' lost in the scuffle. Dolls for a pre-achool child must be built to stand the strain. They should be ; of a size convenient to carry They .should be washable and unbreakable. The only kind of hair that lasts is that which is painted on. i The clothing may quite aatisfac- :orily he a single garment, made of . bright-colored washable stuff which slips over the head and stays in ' place with an elastic about the leek, or fastens with-a single large Dutton. If there these may are to he be a , c a p accessories and jackr- which, fasten with tapes or ribbonp offering snlendid practice to th- :ittle 'mother in- learning to tf- knots and bowa. Always ther should be several scrunres of m n . terial to act as coverlets and wrap nin^s, for even the todr^»r loves to wrap and unwrap her doll. Dp Business Women-Bore? Is Question Club Members Hear Debate* on Matter at Meeting. ' " CHICAGO, March 5. (/P)--Socially, are nusjnesa women bores? Members of the women's advertising club heard the question debated by four business women. · Said Mrs. Bernice Challenger Post, one of the negative team. "If the business and professional woman is a social bore, why aro so many prominent women in the social set deserting the ranks of society to enter business and tho professions? 1 .' ' p · From Miss Ida Chesbro of the affirmative: "The business woman's mind is overstimulated and this ia reflected in her personality.' She is not amusing. She makes a poor din-| aer partner, as she never mastered! the art of small talk. Who won, if anybody, was not disclosed' ASBURY LEAGUE PARTY DATE IS POSTPONED The party planned by the Asbury league of the First Methodist church, ^originally scheduled for Thursday night, has been changed to Monday night, March 9, because the first date. conflicted with the Y. M. C. A. and Y, W. C. A. mixer. The program will consist of games, stunts and refreshments. Bereneice Reynolds and Lois Lenze are in charge. The party will be for members of the league and their friends. It Is a crime to get money under false pretenses unless you say: "This is the best talkie yet produced."---Midwest Review. The two parties have one thing in common. Each hopes the other will bring out a wet in 1932.--Cedar Kapids Gazette. IT'S A FACT THAT MACKET'S Is the most modern, up-to-date and best equipped Furniture Repair Shop in, the Middle West-Five well equipped departments are maintained to efficiently care for all your furniture maintenance needs. Refinishing Lacquering Upholstering Repairing Moth Exterminating Latest' type machinery is used by . skilled operators in all departments. ... ATTENTION PROFESSIONAL MEN Doctors, Lawyers, Dentists, etc., give us your work of repairing, upholstering or refinishing at 5:00 P. M. Saturday and we . will deliver it to you completed Monday at 8:00 A. M. No Wait. No Delay. HOUSEWIVES · How about having us enamel those wicker chairs or that furniture you are planning- to take to the Lake Cottage this spring. Our prices are consistant with quality and good workmanship. Remember, Macket's Do It Better 401-403 First Street S. W. ~ FREE DELIVERY · FREE' ESTIMATES Phone 782 Wh en Mother Was a Girl ,' . .. Teeth that ached were attached to a string, with a door on the other end . . . BANG! went the door . . . and the wide open spaces were filled by, the "Click- click" of false teeth . . . but NOW.... · Modern mothers know that they can increase . efficiency and the life-time of teeth by getting a-quart-of-milk-a-day-per-person into the'family's diet. HUTCHINSON'S I ce ream is concentrated milk and cream--the most delicious and attractive way to build strong teeth and save them for years. Neighborhood Hutchlnson Dealers have made it easy for you to order Ice Cream just before dinner. I Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less Money "'Since 1920 K · .* ·*» unt MTUTMTM* «nm nurr i In the Display Advertisement D. K. LUIslDBERG GO. Which Appeared in Tuesday's Globe-Gazette MIRIAM CROSS WEEK Was Announced _IT SHOULD HAVE RE AD: MIRIAM GROSS WEEK This special weeic opened Thursday at Lundberg's. Year 'round knitted costumes are being featured. Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less Money Since 1920 eoonav AMP IATUTM LAST CALL! FINAL GLEAN-UP PRICES -On All-WINTER COATS For Women, AAisses and Children Will you be one of the "lucky ones" to; get these . sensational .bargains.? It; may be many years be-V; , ^r^y.ou^av^svfciv;^ opportunity again! Were we' · to~^uo te~th^t^iri^ [ |i2^ would. sound unbelievable-- All we ask/is 'jEha't you ' see them -- compare -- and judge the values for yourself. , Sizes for Women, Misses and Girls CLEAN-UP PRICES ON WOMEN and. MISSES COATS a n d u p CLEAN-UP PRICES ON GIRLS' COATS $2-69 $2-95 A -- .99 . . andup Miriam Gross Week i Again Friday and Saturday Miss Erickson for the Miriam Gross factory will be here to help you in selecting and fitting the year 'round knitted costume. Come in and see these smart dresses and ensembles. Fragrant GIFTS Weddings, birthdays, anniversaries . . . your warm greetings are best expressed and most appreciated thru the medium of "flowers. Your carefuJ inspection will show you that our fine selections are supreme in the artistry of fragrant gifts. Flower Phone 3782 Sandy's Flowers Ifi First. St; S, E.

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