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APRIL 3 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Elks Conclude Bridge Season; Elect Officers Â· The last party of the season for the Elks' bridge club was held Monday evening 1 at tile clubrooms when officers were elected and seasonal prizes awarded. Mrs. A. H. Beccher won first prize for the women and Dr. J. L. Pauley for the men. New officers of the club are M. J. Powell, president and L. R. Boomhower, secretary. Second prize for women went to Miss Marjorie Chapman, third to Mrs. Fred Pettis anil fourth to Mrs. Sam Richer. E. E. Hunter won second prize for men, Mr. Powell, third, and Mr. Boomhower, fourth. Prizes for the evening went to Mrs. Powell and Franke Goerner. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Clough and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Snyder acted as hosts for the party. MKS. HAUL CLAUSEN HONORED AT PAKT1' Mrs. Earl Clausen was honored at a birthday party given by Mrs. Wallace Sumner, Tenth street southwest, to which eight neighbors were invited. Five hundred was played with high score prize going to Mrs. A. Augustad and second to Mrs. A. R. Lenz. Refreshments were served at the close of the party. LA CHOY CHOW MEIN A complete Chinese dinner. Ready to eat. No COOKING or fussing. La Choy Chow Mem is ready to heat and serve. Prepared in our spotless American kitchens according to a real Chinese recipe. Buy a can from your grocer. Serves iw* or three. C D C IN your grocer will r iv E t g - ce 0 /[/u . size can of crisp fried noodles tuith each can you- purchase of La Choy rcady-to-eat Chow Mein. DRESSES Smart Swaggers and Bright Spring Shades! Spring's wanted colors and styles! The newest p r i n t s and s h e e r s ! Plenty of Navy! Polka dots! Taffeta combinations! Priced to assure substantial savings! SUITS! Swagger Suits! Full-Length Coats! Marvelous Tweeds! Matelasse Suits! Navy Suits! COATS! Smart Tailored Styles! Fur-Trimmed Models! Superior Fabrics! Navys That Meet Popular Demand! SIMPLE AND PRACTICAL PEPLUM GIVES TWO PIECE EFFECT TO FROCK DESIGNED WITH RAGLAN SHOULDERS, SIDE-FASTENING BLOUSE Ulobc-liazctle I'eerlesj 10 Cent Pattern, 300 Fifth Avenue. New Vork City _^__ By O1A.NA DAY ---------------------- this white white Lightweight woolens. necktie silks, plain or patterned crepe silk, many rayons, etc., are lovely for this model. It is a most becoming style for youthful or slightly over-normal figures. The original in inky-blue ribbed crepe had printed crepe in toning blue and white for the cuffs and wind-swept collar. The raglan sleeves assure snug shoulders. The peplum slims the waistline. Extremely effective for youthful model is red and crepe silk print with plain crepe trim. Style No. 635 Is designed for sizes 14. 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39- inch material with 1 yard of 39-inch contrasting. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting spring fashion book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth avenue, New York City. City Federation to Be Founded for Local Women In order that Mason City women who next year will not be members of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs because of the withdrawal of the Woman's club, a move has been started to organize a City Federation. The City Federation will exist solely as an opportunity for membership in the Iowa and General Federation and will carry on no business except specifically federation work. The dues will be just enough to cover the per capita charge of the Federation for membership. Persons who will be interested in such an organization have been asked to call Mrs. Stuart N. Grum- moh (3070). If sufficient interest is shown, a meeting will be called. .Â», r SCHttOEBKRL-O'BIUEN. CRESCO, April 3.--A marriage license has been issued to Frank Schroeberl, 33, and Marguerite O'Brien, 23 both of near Cresco. Wife Preservers diately following the ceremony the couple left for Chicago for a short wedding trip, during which they will attend a beauty convention in the city. Both Mr. and Mrs. Tobiason are associated with Mrs. William Tobiason, the bridegroom's mother, in Toby's Beautte Shop. They will make their home in Decorah. Gall Stone Colic Avoid operation if ponnlble. Treat thÂ« cause In a Â«cnslble. palnles", tnexpcnnlvt: way at home. Write Home Drug Co., 18-57 No. Fourth St.. Minneapolis. Minn., for it recoRnlzed practicing specialist's prescription on liver ana Kail Madder trouble fiT literature and treatment which has been KlvlnB uratlfylnK remits for 28 yearn. Suk.' under money back guarantee. Clip this oul NOW.--Advertisement. Marshmallows cut in halves and placed on slices of apple laid on a tapioca or other milk pudding, will dress it up for the child's dessert. TOBIASON-SMITH. DECORAH, April 3.--Marion Tobiason, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tobiason of Decorah, and Myrtle Eileen Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Lament, were married by the Rev. Dr. J. P. Burling at the Congregational parsonage. Attendants were Miss Vesta Moore and Ralph Holmberg. Imme- 635 New Leaders Take Office as Year Ends Chautauqua, Monday Clubs Elect Officers for Coming Season. Election of officers is occupying the attention of a number of the Mason City study clubs as the season draws to a close. Among those who have elected new officers are the Chautauqua and Monday clubs. Mrs. J. R. Holman was named president of the Chautauqua club at a meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. V. Loring, 720 Carolina avenue northeast. Mrs. W. T Sinnard, vice president; Mrs. M. E. Olson, secretary. Mrs. Alice Phillips reviewed "Modern American Poets and Poetry." New Monday club officers are Mrs. L. R. Woodward, president; Mrs. Harold Johnson, vice president, and Mrs. C. R. March, secretary-treasurer. The club met Monday at the home of Mrs. Jaeies E. Blythe, 431 First street southeast;, and Mrs. Blythe and Mrs. Forrest Jacobs led the lesson. Contribute to Funds. Contributions of ?5 to the General Federation Foundation and ?1 to the Penny Art Fund were made by the Maria Mitchell club at its meeting' Monday at the home of Mrs. W. C. Odell, 202 Kentucky avenue southeast. Miss Pamela Fluent spoke on "Impressionism 1 ' 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. SMOKING AND DRINKING? WATCH YOUR STOMACH For quick relief from indigestion and upset stomach due to excessive smoking: and drinking try Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets. Sold on money back guarantee. Huxtable Drug Co. I and Mrs. B. F. Weston discussed "Cezanne." Mrs. W. A. Westfall reviewed "To the Best of My Memory" by I Terhune at a meeting of the Twen- | tieth Century club Monday at the home of Mrs. Oscar Davis, 921 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Mrs. Earl Smith had current events. Occident club was entertained by Mrs. K. V. Mace, 115 Seventh street northwest. Monday afternoon Mrs. W. S. Wilcox spoke on Anne Ellis and Mrs. Mace, Martha Berry. Review of 'Play. The Green Pastures" was reviewed by Mrs. Herbert Winter at the T. A. E. club meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. K. L. Wright, 321 Fourteenth street northwest. Child Study club met with Mrs. A. W. Harroun, 306 Adams avenue northwest, with Mrs. A. V. Clapper as hostess Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Johnson had devotions and current events were presented by lira. Charles E. Cooper, Mrs. L. W. Kornbaum and Mrs. Frank Sheffler. Mrs. H. C. Brown talked ou Spanish music and Mrs. J. A. Gashel, "The Challenge of Youth." Miss Thelma Blethen Weds Gerald Aeling NEW HAMPTON, April 3.--Miss Thelma Blethen of New Hampton and Gerald O. Aeling of Otho, were married Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Robert Davies, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church here. The ceremony was witnessed by Miss Ida Aeling, sister of the bridegroom, of Otho, and Charles Blethen of New Hampton, brother of the bride. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Blethen- of New Hampton. She was graduated from the New Hampton high school and attended the Corn Belt Business college of Waterloo. She has been employed by the Federal Hardware and Implement Insurance company, Owatonna, Minn. The bridegroom, son of Mr, and Mrs. O. E. Aeling - o f - Otho, was graduated from the Dayton high school and is employed by (he Stromberg Hatchery at Mason City. The couple will live at Mason City. HALF PRICE SALE On 1847 Rogers Bros. Quality Plate Anniversary and Ancestral Patterns Service for 6 dÂ»O1 TC MC 00 JJJ./b now $10.00 Service for 8 (MO Â£A (PO1 $42.50 now JZL WATCHES nelia DIAMONDS Bits About 'Em Mrs. George E. Powell and daughter, Madalynne, 322 Beaumont drive, will leave Wednesday for Oskaloosa where they will spend a short time with Mrs. Powell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Little. From there they will go to Des Moines to visit Mrs. Powell's brother, the Rev. Guy Little. On Friday Mrs. Powell and Miss Powell will be in Ames where Miss Powell will compete in the district music contest. They plan to return Monday. Â£ 5i 5 Everett Angell, 701 Seventh street southwest, returned to Iowa City Monday after spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Angell. !|: !? ft Mrs. J. B. Cooley of Layton, Utah, has arrived to attend ,the funeral of her father, Joseph Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turnure of Reno. Nev., are also here for the funeral of Mrs. j Turnure's father, Mr. Allen. Â·' * * 1: Mr. and Mrs. Hartzell Spence have , i eturned to their home in Des; Moines after an Easter visit with Mr. Spence's parents, the Rev. and | Mrs. W. H. Spence, 116 Washington j avenue northwest. Fraser Spence, a student at the University of Iowa, has returned to Iowa City after spending his spring vacation with his parents. * * * Mrs. Ralph Fischbeck, 1104 Adams avenue northwest, left Tuesday afternoon for Ottumwa where she will visit relatives. ---Â·-- McCLURE-MOLDENHAUER. NEW HAMPTON, April 3.--A marriage license was issued Monday ! to Roy McClure of Osceola and Nina I Moldenhauer of Fredericksburg. NOW- RELIEF FROM CHOKED SALTCELLARS! / Don't ask for salt If you'd welcome relief from clogged saltcellars, insist on Morton's when buying salt. Made with cube-shaped crystals, which don't stick together in damp weather like the flake crystals of ordinary salt, it's practically impossible for it to form annoying, wasteful lumps I Morton's is also a fun-strength salt, and thus goes farther because you use less. Plain or iodized--lOc, WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS Â·ask for Morton's! Never too Young for The Cream Supreme Mrs. Pauline Rohrs recommends good ice cream as a health food at the Globe-Gazette She will tell you why Ice Cream is beneficial to your health. Mrs. Pauline Rohrs Globe-Gazette Cooking School expert, will tell you of the vital importance of using quality bread on your daily menu. Diamond All-Butter Bread has become the family favorite due to the high standard of .ingredients used in its baking. ALL BUTTER "STAYS FRESH LONGER"