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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-liAZKlTK 11 MARCH 5 M 1931 n**TM ^** v^^--~ ^ _ __ P. E. O. MEMBERS ELECT, INSTALL NEW OFFICERS AT MEETINGS New Leaders Selected by Two Chapters GN G r o u p Has A n n u a l ! B. I. L. Dinner at Y . W . C A . Chapters GN and DZ of P. E. O.. held their annual elections of officers at their meetings Wednesday afternoon. Chapter GN met with Mrs. Irene Webster, 87 River heights, and Mrs. Webster was elected president replacing Mrs. L. B. Newcomer. j Mrs. R. E. Brisbine was elected · vice-president; Mrs. Artenias Brown, recording secretary; Mrs. B. A. MacDonald, corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. P. Vincent, treasurer; ! Mrs. F. R. Winegar, chaplain, a n d ] Mrs. Milton Bergland, guard. The anual B. I. L. dinner was held ' Wednesday evening at the Y. W. C. A. Covers were placed for 50 and arrangements were in charge of F. C. Lovell, B. H. Brett. .7. W. Hight am' E. W. Clark. Elaine Snook gave a reading and an illustrated lecture was given by C. O. Pasnau assisted by W. M. Bushgens Mrs. G. A. Romey and Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Weston were guests at the dinner. At the meeting of chapter DZ at the home, of Mrs. R. W. Barclay, Mrs. B*. F. Weston was re-elected president. Mrs. A. Lee Long was reelected vice-president; Mrs. T. J. Bracken, recording secretary; Mrs. " G. M. Woodruff, corresponding sec* rotary; Mrs. Oscar Davis, treasurer; Mrs; Frank Currie, chaplain; Mrs. E. H. Wagner, guard, and Miss .Ellis Bracken, pianist. SWYTER-HBESCH NASHUA, March 5.--Miss Anna Heesch, daughter of Mrs. Sophia Heesch, Titonka, and William Swyter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Swyter, Titonka, -were married Wednesday morning at the Little Brown church by the Rev. H. W. Schoenlein, pastor of the German Lutheran church of Titonka. They were accompained by Miss Amanda Heesch and Marinus Christensen, ' both of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs Swyter will make their home upot a farm one mile northeast of Titonka. BRIDGE FOR WOMEN TO BE AT ELKS CLUB ;··'·' Mrs. Roe Thompson, Mrs. C. L ':·' Meade and Mrs. S. A. Grow will be hostesses at the women's bridge i ! party Friday afternoon at the Elks .-Kclubrooms.-Fifty will .begin at 2:15 TORRANCE, JR., ON HONEYMOON El-nest Torrance, Jr., son of the well known motion picture actor, is shown here at Los'Angeles with his bride, Liliore Torrance, bound on their honeymoon to Hawaii. Torrance is a picture technician. Baby Clinic to Be Held atY.W.QA. Woman's Club Department to Sponsor Monthly' Examination. Workers at the monthly baby clinic sponsored by the child' conservation department of the Woman's club Friday afternoon from 1 to 3 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. will include Mrs. Sarah Sharp, Mrs. F. C. Estick, Mrs. W. F. Hanaman, Mrs. Walter Hyde, Mrs. H. E. Cunningham and Miss Gretchen Carlson. Dr. Madelene Donnelly will be the physician in charge. Children are brot to the clinic to be weighed neasured and examined. Gold stars are awarded for perfect weight and measurement. If a defect is discovered the chile is referred to the family physician No prescriptions are made. The purpose of the clinic is to keep health} babies well rather than to treat ail ing ones. To make a modern home seem, to .take a lot o' leavin'.--Duvennor Times. W o r d Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning---Ideas Invited. --'· By Mrs. B. E. Hunter The speaker referred to in Wednesday's Forum also used the word cabaret pronouncing the final T. It is to be hoped that those who were sure he was wrong -looked it up. Most of' us N have a habit of pronouncing the word with the T silent and the E like A in the last syllable. Phyfe in his compilation of "Eighteen Thousand Words Often Mispronounced" gives cabaret, kab- a-ret, with the accent on the first syllable, the A short as in cab, the second A as in ask and the B short as in wet. The T is sounded. If you wish you may pronounce it with the T silent, but- in that case the word is divided differently. It is Ka-ba-re. The accent is still on the first syllable, both A's are like the A in ask and the final E is short. The first pronunciation is the preferred QUEEN KEBEKAHS PLAN INITIATION Rebekahs will 'meet Friday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall when a class of instructions will be held at 7 o'clock followed by initiation at 7:30 o'clock. There will be a social hour and the P. and G. committees will serve. ..;. 'WO COUPLES GET IARHIAGB LICENSES Marriage licenses have been is- ucd to Sam Smith and Bessie Marin, Mfcson City, and Abraham Mulen. and Bessie Margaret Woodside, Dougherty. Society Is Entertained CALMAR--The'Lutheran Ladies Aid society was entertained at the church assembly room Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. A. Evenson, Mrs L. Wagsness and Mrs. Stiedley. Former Superintendent Iteturns 'CLARION--E. E. Stoup, forme: superintendent of the northern di vision of the Chicago, Great West ern, but for'the past few month employed on the southern divlsior at St. Joseph, .Mo., arrived by aut to spend a day in Clarion with hi family. Now Lives at Unite. ROCK FALLS--John Simpson who sold his farm to Ferdinan Borchard, has gone to Rake to l Is Named Vice Commander WAVERLY, March 5.--Dr. M. C. Martin has been named as district ce commander of the third dls- rjct of the Iowa department of the American Legion. The third dis- rict is comprised of nine counties. W. F. M. S. Has Meeting. RUDD--The W. F. M. S. mot Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Herman Schrader with Mesdamcs Loterbour and Campbell as assistant hostesses. Mrs. Pearls Hans had the study "Women in Social and Welfare Work in Japan." Twentythree were present. Japan Green Tea There is a great variation in the quality of Japan teas, but never in the delicious blend of "SALADA" JAPAKTEA "Fre«Ji from the Garden*" New for SPRING Shoes ffiat are really smart NOW 5 .33 Beigel Bluel Black! The charm--fteouiy -- ex- clusivcncss of these new 10S1 Sprinp models are further enhanced 6y 7icir extremely tow price, parlous !OH N. Federal Avc. State Leader of Eagles to Deliver Talk Local Lodge Assisted by C. H. Yurk, Fresno, CaL, in Work.. : D. W. Moore of Marshalltown. president of the Iowa Eagles .will be in Mason City Sunday to preside at the initiation services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in the Eagles hall. C. H. Yurk of Fresno, Cal., a representative of the auditing and organization department of the grand lodge, has been spending' a week in Mason City assisting the local lodge with its membership drive and auditing the books. During his stay the lodge rooms have beta, completely redecorated. Mr. Moore will be the principal speaker at the Sunday morning meeting and Mr.' O'Haran of Waterloo, state secretary, will also speafc. Clinton Mott, president of the lodge, has urged all the members to»be present for the affair. W. H. Griebling, local secretary is assistaing him in preparing for the event. Luncheon will be served following the meeting. It is expected that a class of 25 will be initiated. Six members were taken in at the last meeting. THOMAS H. DALY PASSES BAR EXAM IN CAPITAL CITY Better for children Of interest here is the announcement that Thomas H. Daly, son of Mrs. Isabella Daly, 725' North Federal avenue, who is a student in the law college of Georgetown university at Washington, D. C., has passed the bar examination. Mr. Daly is a graduate of the Mason City high school in the class of 1924 and of St. Mary's college at Lawrence, Kans., in 1927. He will be graduated from Georgetown in June and Mrs. Daly is planning to go east for the event. There were 173 who took the examination and 45 per cent passed. Eight of those who passed were women. CHILDREN'S eyes sparkle with delight when they see Kellogg's PEP Bran Flakes. There's something in the peppy, snappy flavor o£ Kellogg's PEP Bran Flakes that makes them first choice with the young folks every time. Better for grown-ups Kellogg's PEP Bran Flakes are as healthful as they are good. They contain just enough bran to he mildly laxative. Their rich whole- wheat nourishment makes them practically a perfect food with' milk or cream. Enjoy them often. Serve them tc the children--after school, at supper, as a bedtime snack. In the red-and-green package. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. B R A N F L A K E S The Globe-Gazette Offers a Booklet on the REMOVAL QF STAINS There are almost 100 different kinds of stains that will damage or ruin clothing and household textiles, and there are almost as many different methods of removing them at home. Send for a copy of the booklet, "REMOVAL OF STAINS," and be prepared against the emergency which is always arising, for it is to be remembered that prompt treatment is, more often than not, the secret of complete eradication of stains. This publication was prepared by government experts and is authoritative in every respect. It will save you lime, trouble, and money. In sending for a copy, use this coupon and inclose 4 cents in coin or stamps. The G!oIe-Gii/fllU: Information Bureau, Frederic J. HasUin, Director, Washington, D. C. I Inclose herewith 4 cents in nnin or slumps for a copy of the booklet, REMOVAL OF ·STAINS. Numo Street City .. Slate . Buy Your New Stove NOW! $12.50 trade-in allowance given on the purchase of GAS STOVES, COAL RANGES AND OIL STOVES TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE On Your Old Stove Regardless of Age, Make or Condition FARM RANGES and ui LESS $12.50 FOR YOUR OLD STOVE y All porcelain front coal, or wood farm ranges. Cast iron fire boxes, cast iron frame. Good sized oven, good bakers. Prices range from $89.50 up to $121.00. A 512.50 allowance will be given for your old'atove on the purchase of any new range. GAS RANGES and up LESS $12.50 FOR YOUR OLD STOVE AH porcelain gas ranges priced from $45.00 and up. This includes the world's famous Universal and Detroit Stoves. Concealed manifolds, heat regulators, insulated ovens and all the modern and new appliances. Priced extra special for this trade-in week. FLORENCE OIL STOVES $49.50 and up LESS $12.50 FOR YOUR OLD STOVE Beautiful all porcelain Florence Oil Stoves. Three, four and five burners, with or without oven. An allowance of $12.50 will be given you on the purchase of any of these stoves this week.. Ford Coach CALL At WOLF'S FOR DETAILS SEE DISPLAY WINDOW MIER WOLF SONS

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