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BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR EMIL ARNDT Relatives gathered at the home of Emil Arndt, 822 Sixth street southwest, honoring him on his bu- hday. The time was spent socially and refreshments were Dclh I ?v CStS werc ' Mr - and Mrs. Dclbcrt Wagner of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Arndt and family, w [,y and , Mrs - Henr y Arndt, Jr\ nn n? n iT Anld ^? nd son ' Mitchell City: Mr ' and Mrs Mr. BENEFIT CARD PARTY HELD AT P. G. AND E. Chicago North Western Women 1 club sponsored a benefit car party Wednesday evening at th P. G. and E. auditorium. Bridg was played with high score prize going to Larry Birch and Mi- Stella Green and low to Mr. an Mrs. Frank Durnis. Five hundre winners were Mrs. Carl Beckma and Jack Cassidy. Refreshment were served at the close of th evening. ^SPRING FLOWER SHOW-- Kemble's Downtown Flower Shop 7 West State Street SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20 See the Gorgeous Tulips, Jonquils, Hyacinths-in All Colors. We Are Offering a Large Group of Cineraria Plants--Saturday Only, each VISITORS WELCOME FROM ,8:30 A. M. to 9 P, M. ^ I Wonderful Buys in Stunning Apparel Don't Miss this Unusual Event Tomorrow! This is the'greatest sale ever. Make sure that you get one of these super values. Space doesn't permit descriptions but they are the regular Hughs values Â·Â·Â· f Designed for Spring Events Last minute Spring creations Â·--exquisite print frocks in magnificent patterns and colors , . . stunning navy suits . . . gay applique prints . . . dainty nets and laces . . . superb navy dresses with bright print trimmings! Brand New Arrivals! The coats for Spring include marvelous swagger or full- flare fitted types, many in feather Shag fabrics! The suits accent gorgeously fur-trimmed styles . . . smart tailored models , . . clever swagger fashions! MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY IS 1937 IETY Mrs. Romey Is Speaker at Meeting Play by George Bernarc Shaw Is Discussed for Department. At the meeting of the Woman' club literature department Wednesday afternoon in the library assembly, Mrs. Richard Romey reviewed George Bernard Shaw's play, "St. Joan." Mrs. Romey pointed out th.i Shaw's interpretation of Joan o Arc is different from that oÂ£ many others who have written abou her and urged that the play be read. The play opens wilh Joan's seeking aid lo get to the dauphin of France so that she may help lim do what her voices have told ler--lo raise the siege of Orleans iav the dauphin crowned king oÂ£ France in the Rhiems cathedral and drive the English out of v rance. She is able to see the dauphin -ind accomplish three things, bui vithin a year, she is tried for vilchcraft at Rouen and condemned to die. The play is concluded with an epilog in which a years a f t e r her death, Joan re- urns to the earth and visits the king of France whom she knew is the dauphin. Mrs. Romey said that although many feel that th eepilog is unnecessary, it is important in ounding out Shaw's conception of can's character. --o-ii-Y Hears Talk on Radio; Members Go to Studio of KGLO F. C. Eighmey, manager of Radio Station KGLO, conducted a forum discussion on radio Wednesday evening at the regular weekly meeting of the Hi-Y club at the Y. M. C. A. The young men have a keen interest in the field of radio, judging from the large number of questions asked Mr. Eighmey. A f t e r the discussion, the boys went to the studio to see what goes on at the studio during a broadcast. It was announced at the meeting that Carleton Slewdrl, director of the high school band, will be the speaker for the next meeting. The Hi-Y and Hi-Tri dance was announced for Saturday, Feb 20 at the Y. W. C. A. and invitations' wee given out at the meeting, Douglas Farrer is in charge of the dance and Art Fischbeck presided at the meeting. I.OOMER-IUULLER CLARKSVILLE--Relatives here have received word of the marriage of Miss Hertha Muller daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Muller of Clarksville, and Donald Loomer, son of Lester Loomor of Clarksville, at San Maleo, Cal at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Feb. 14. Federation Women Will Give Opinion of Supreme Court BITS ABOUT Among the Mason Cityans who went to Des Moines Thursday for the performance of Katharine Hepburn in "Jane Eyre" were Mrs. B. A. Webster and daughter Rosamond, Hotel Hanford, Mrs. H L. Knesel, 120 Fourth street northwest, Miss Odette Stoddard, 324 Second street southeast, Mrs W Earl Hail, 22 River Heights, Mrs.' II. J. Bryant, 109 Second street southeast, and Mrs. Hughes Bryant, 301 Kentucky avenue southeast. --o--Mrs. C. G. Krieger, living north of the city, has returned from Crennnny where she has boon vis- ting. She made the trip on the S. S. Washington. * * * Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Stoko, 500 Polk boulevard, Des Moines, are he parents of a daughter born Wednesday evening at the Mercy hospital in Des Moines. Mrs. Stoko was Mary Helen Gearhart of Mason City, before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. John Moen who vere recently married in Detroit Mich., have returned from their veddmg trip to Chicago and are at home at 226 Taylor avenue northwest. * * * Mrs. H. W. Bruner, 842 Fourth treet southeast, is among the owans who have already seen the New York world's fair of 1939 in miniature. Their names are re"- stcred in the f a i r ' s gunst book in he Empire Slate building, New Vork City. Achievement Day in Butler County to Be at Allison on May 5 ALLISON--A county woman's irojcct meeting was held at the ourt house. Plans were made for Achievement day to be May 5 iome project work in general was iscussed. A music contest is to be eld on Achievement day cover- ng the music project, "Marching Through History." The score .for he contest will be based on the umber of women from each ownship writing in the contest nri accuracy of the written work Jfty per cent basis will be used or cpch. Each township will plan n exhibil including a special Icnt- re as usual. , (IDPB)-Iowa's , club women affiliated wiih the Towa Federation of Women's clubs will be called upon shortly to express their collective opinion of President Roosevelt's proposed fedora) supreme court reforms. Mrs. Hiram C. Houghton, Jr., Red Oak, federation president Thursday announced that referendum cards on the questions am being sent to the presidents of the 890 t. F. w. C. organizations. The return card bears the following four questions to be answered yes or no' 1. Are you in favor ot increasing the membership of the supreme court of the United States? 2. Are you in favor ot recommendation now before congress to ncrease Us membership? 3. Are you in favor of a referendum to determine whether the membership shall be increased or not? 4. Are you in favor of a fixed age for retirement? If so, what age? LINCOLN LOYAL LASSIES MEET Lincoln Loyal Lassies, the girls 4-H club- of Lincoln township, met it the home of Ruth Ann Myhre vhen program leaflets were dis- ributed for the coming year. Mrs Tames Andersen demonstrated canning beef. Guests were Mrs Seymour Hall of Hanlontovvn and vaomi Hewell of Mason City. Refreshments were served by the lostess and her mother. The next meeting will be wilh Vida Ncel on Vlarch 13 when Esther Tcscnc will demonstrate the pressure cooker nd Mrs. Andersen will demon- Irate canning pork. WALKER-GREER CHARLES CITY--Miss Alice reer, Mason City and Robert L Walker, Hampton, were married uesday afternoon in the Central Methodist parsonage by the Rev PHOTOGRAPHS LIVE FOREVER RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Thnnc 227Z Next J. c. Penney Co. Golden Wedding NINE CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. G A. Mayer will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer were married at Washington, Iowa, on Feb. 20, 18B7, and that same spring moved tn then- farm south of Chapin and lived there about nine years. They then moved to their farm at the west edge of Chapin and lived there until about nine years ago when they came to their home here in Chapin. Mr. Mayer was born at Washington, Iowa Nov 25, 18G2, and Mrs. Mayer was born at Washington on July 24, 1865. Both are in good health and are active. A 12:30 dinner will be served to about 60 invited relatives in the church dining room of the Congregational church by the Ladies aid and open house will be held at the Mayer home from 2 to 6 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Maver are the parents of three children. Mrs. D. L. Randolph and Mrs. Glen Frotnm of Des Moines and one son, Everett K., who resides on the home farm west of town. .V. F. Belling. 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STYLES Walking Shoes t h a t make friends of every woman who admires distinctive style and who appreciates unusual comfort. Zip--and you're ready to go in Shoes that give you grace and poise and foot appearance you have never before realized in low heel shoes. In fashions favored blue a n d g r e y--Â· priced at $8.75. reen "Where the Good Shoes Conic From" Contest Conducted in Declamation at Lime Creek School At the meeting ot Ihc P T A ot Lime Creek school district K, Wednesday at the school, the business meeting was followed by a declamatory contest in which 22 numbers were given. Winners included Dick Vene- churclc with "A Tribute to Charles A. Lindbergh," first, . and Tom Steinberg, "I Am an American," second, in the oratorical division In the dramatic division, Betty Lent was first with her giving of Daddy Doc," and Ruth Harding second, with "Joey's Friend." Betty Martin, who gave "Janice Entertains Her Sister's Beau," placed first m humorous division and Reeve Eldridge was second with ' Johnny Gets Ready for Company." Mrs. Hartley Blewelt, Mrs. R. L. James and Mrs. G. H. Keisler were judges. R. C. Krieger is president of the P. T. A. FOLLOW-UP MEETING HELD BY WOMEN Home Project Workers of Lime Creek township districts six and seven held a joint meeting with Mrs. John Hanson when follow-up work for the first and second lessons was given by Mrs. A. M Matzen and Mrs. Floyd Bisbee. There were 14 present. WIFE PRESERVERS For a hearty breakfast or for luncheon, try spreading toast with deviled ham and then serving a poached egg on top of both. ONLY ccnu/ medicated with throat- soothing ingredients of Vicks VapoRub. VICKS COUGH DROP Read the Want Ads DR. L. A; WEU.S ... OPTOMETRIST KITCIUH JEHSEN GtASSES JlO? N. fEDEMl-MASON CiTYl DON'T HANDICAP YOUR CHILDREN! Have Their Eyes Examined Now and Help Them Succeed. 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