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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 10, 1931
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MARCH 10 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL WOMEN TO HEAR NATIONAL HEAD New Yorker Will Speak Social Calendar TUESDAY ofv Nationwide Observance of Business Week. A woman who has dedicated her life to the advancement of womanhood is Emily R, Kneubuhl of New York City, executive, secretary of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs, who will apeak Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at a 'dinner given by the local club at the Hotel Hanford. A brilliant speaker and sound economist, · Miss Kneubuhl might have had striking achievements to her credit in a variety of professions, but instead she chose to give her^time, her effort, her construe- 1 tive thot to' the great causes wnich have successively engaged .tUe minds of the 'foremost women thinkers of thisi" country. Firsts as- an ardent. suffragist, who Bought political emancipation. ;f or women; Then as a lecturer and ''organiser for'vthe National League^ of Women Voters, - she endeavored to create in women a sense of; civic -responsibility/ and 'became known as consultant in political education. Next she turned her international rela-- tions, laboring earnestly to understand the problems in^his ' field. ·Her master's thesis was entirely based 1 on what women's organizations have accomplished in bringing /about right, relationship among nations; · ' - · ' . - . . _ . ' - : ' · . . · : ' ' ' · . · ; . . ·,'· Interest in Women.' The- task that has most interested her is her present one. She came to the, National Federation of Business -£nd Professional Women's clubs because she believed that that organization could make a greater contribution to the progress of the woman movement than any other organization of the. day. "By virtue of the fact that businesswomen possess economic independence, that ho one can tell them what they, must do or what they cannot do, they have an almost undreamed of power," -Miss Kneubuhl says. · · · ' "The National Federation of Business and Professional Women's '. clubs , is only in its infancy corn- spared with other organizations, but /Its accomplishments in the ll years of its existence are remarkable and /are only, an earnest- of what is' to vcome. .·.,.". ·i-.'v 1 .,.- x . ;·;':::/;/.'.;..·'; Educaton For GlrU. ,- T. N. T.- 6:30 o'clock, Y. W. .O. A. '.'· Kill Kare Klub-- ' ' ; · " . ' · v c T o'cIoclc,- ; P.;Gy:'E. .auditorium, :': Mr.-and ,Mrs. E. E-.-Etersey; Mr! and Mrs'.'R. E. Heabner, dinner ;/- hosts. - ' · ; ' ' Women of "Moseheart Legion-- ' . . , 7:45 o'clock, Eagles nail. Woman's !club-8 o'clock, First Methodist church, lecture by Carl .Sandburg. Cronln-Dexter auxiliary-8 o'clock, courthouse assembly. V /WEDNESDAY / Two and One club-2 o'clock, Mrs. C. L. Baumgart. ner, 1651 North Federal avenue. Intercreek club- Mrs; Jim Jar.vis, all day meeting. Madison P . T.-.A.-- · ' , ' · ' ' · 2:30 o'clock, schooJ. . . . . . Book Review department-?- ' : 12 o'clock, -Y. W. C. A/, Mrs. Cur/ Us Amen:-'·:..-';'; | ... _ .' · · · ' · ' · McKlnley Child, Study circle-r , 2 b'clockj school; Mrs. N. T.-DeWitt, Mrs. Sarah Robinson, lead- Economy circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. Clifford Pearce, · 234. .Sixth street southeast, cov- ^ered dish luncheon.. · ; ; Central Lutheran Ladies aW--· 2:30 o'clock,, church parlors, Mrs. : M. E. Carlson, Mrs; W. H. Tudor, hostesses. Triple L. M. club- Postponed. : History club--T Mrs. Mary kohl, 123 Second street southeast, Mrs. Carl Snyder, lesson. ' . . ' ' · · _ · · ' Outdoor Life department-2:30 ·, o'clock, library assembly, Mrs. R. H. Volland. East Side Ladles.aid-- ' Mrs_. L. V. Fox, 1432 East State street. Social Hour club- Mrs. Carrie Felt, 108 Vermont avenue southeast. Q. R. C . club-- { . . · · · , Mrs. W. C. Brown, 22}!. Second street northeast, Miss Lenore Clouse, assisting. Olivet Ladies aid-. . 2 o'clock, church, tea with Mrs. i 'Jay Frost in charge. Alpha Delphians-- 2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., "French Drama-Corneille," Mrs. A. B. DeVoe. B. P. W-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, Emily Kneubuhl. M. C. A. lodge^-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. ~" nmMoel Loth*rsn Martha. »ocl«ty 8 ', o'clock,. JEW* Lunamin, 121 A c t i v i t i e s Planned by_ ENGAGED . . ;lpok fcjrward^to the .··I--vv ··"-- every glrf W ho enters the business world will have had at least ·-a secondary school education; when the' businessw'o man .whose 'special ';ability. Justifies a specialized train- Ing will have the funds made available to.'her.for" such training; when businesswomen will regard 'their '.^civic duties as'seriously as .they do duties to'their own employers, and /will thus be a power in every com- ='muntty, and · wheri 'the study /and .- mastery :.of 'international" problems : ' wilLbe asimvicn a'pirt of- the bus!-' · .·nesswoman'a · equipment'. as her '.knowledge of her. own'jb^). 11 : ' ' · " ' · ;!'When'that day' conies the whole ".world will recognize"the potentiality :'of the businesswoman." · Miss Kneubuhl's appearance here .will be a part of'the observance of national businesswomen's week which is being participated in by . the local club, It is an annual event sponsored by the federation. Coftfetence t o, B e ; H eld; Bible Play Contest. ' ' ;'· Arranged. ( , Members of.the girls' work committee .entertained the advisors of the Grade Girl Reserve clubs at dinner Monday evening at "the -Y.' W. C. : A, ; .;Mrs. Aryig Nelson was in charge of arrangements. "The program opened with devotions ; led by Doris Crabb. The Monroe ; eighth, .grade girls presented a play, V'Ufe Has Loveliness to Sell." Miss Gertrude Decker is advisor of the club. Reports were'made by DoriS'Wil- son, representative of the grade 'clubs, Neva Sheridan, College Y and Miss Theresa Holt. Plans .were made for. .a high school girls conference to · be held at the Y. W. C. AT March 27 and 28 which will be attended by representatives . .from Manly, Northwobd, Cle'ar Lafee and Dows. Dr. : Newell Edson -Will be a speaker. : ^ The date for the Bible play contest was announced as March 25 and it was voted to have two sessions of camp this .summer from June 12 to 19 and June 19 to 26. It will be held at the Methodist camp at Clear Lake. "Two's Enough" to be Given at Dinner · - . of Home;Builders A one-act comedy . .'.'Two's Enough," will · be presented at the dinner party-of the Home Builders Sunday School class of the Firs 1 Methodist Episcopal church Friday evening, at the church. The cast o the play .includes Mrs. J. H. Me Waters, Mrs. Amos Allen, Mrs. S. P McKenzle, Mrs. Charles Gates, Mrs George White anU Mrs. A. A. Felt Mrs. Max G. Kissisk has assisted with the directing of the play. The dinner is-scheduled for 6:30 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCloud have charge -of arrangements. WUlarc .Thrams, Anders Stortroen, Ralph B Geer.'D. E. Randall and Lloyd Gee are on the program committee. Life was much simpler, for ou forefathers. They didn't have t wade thru lengthy reports of com missions that didn't get anywhere --Milwaukee Journal. HI-TKI MEMBERS STUDY ETIQtIET : 'At the meeting of Hi-Tri Monday evening at the Y..W. C. A., Ruth Hille gave a talk ;on'"Etiquet" and etiquet_ games wera played. Jean Swift ;played a piano solo^ VLiebe- straum" /and Doris Crabb led the devotions on "Loyal to Frjends." The Monroe eighth grade girls ·pre- sented a p'iay, "Life Has Loyliness ,tq .;Sell v ' 'and Esther.- Storer gave. a solo/Betty Green was i% charge of the f meeting. ; , ' " ' ' " . ' '" ' V . -' .*.· , - · - . · Vital statistics show that people today enjoy longer lives than did those of v previous generations. The old assertion th'at worry shortens existence loses force when it is cbn- sdiered that -at 'present the human race has more to worry about than it has had in many years.--^Washington Star. MUSIC CO. The Radio that outperform* any other tet ever builtj farnoua five-tuned circuit, screen- J. grid, tnicro^synchronous Victor set ... now at a saving of about a third, including tubes! Get yours before it is too late. Remember thia ia the highest-grade set made--backed by the Victor name tr the full--not " o r p h f - " ..-:cuandi3e dumped on the rr- .-m. '· ,'a are proud to lead in thi? .· "· * VIC'i,, · Easy terms to suit,'-and oar jr'u/ru/ws 2nd WRIGHT STUDIOS . ' A d a m s and 2nd N.. W.. Permanent Waving I »m equipped to give 15 different typei. at wnv«. ALL \\OItK GUABA1VTEED PALACE BAKBEBt BEAUTV Tbone 605 SHOP Associated Press CAoto PLIZABETH LEE SALTONSTALL, daughter of John L. SaHonstall of Boston, is engaged to marry August Belmont bf New York, a Harvard senior and son of the late August;Belmont, Jr.-Belmont is a member of one of New York's wealthiest families. CATHERINE DOQLAN HOSTESS ON BIRTHDAY Catherine Doolan entertained a group of friends at a birthday party at her home, 230 Fifteenth street southeast. The guests included Glenise Almklov, Maxine, Jean and Mary Jane Lambert, Isabel Martinson, Geraldine Farrer, Irene Lansing, Shirley Ann and Elsie Besterby and Dorothy and Betty Thomas. The time was spent informally and refreshments were served. Study Clubs Have Variety at Meeting^ Twentieth CGeh t u r y Glub Studies Work of ·· ' J.W.Riley.: . Monday afternoon was made interesting by the number of study club meetings which were-held by the various groups thruout tlie city. Twentieth Century club met at the Y. W. C. A. with' Mrs. Robert M. WItwer as hostess. The lesson on ."Janies Whitcomb Riley" was led by Mrs. Earl Smith and Mrs. 0. A. Lueders had current events. Mrs. Burton Bagley and Mrs. W. Earl Hall were hostesses to the U. G. Li club at the home of Mrs. Hall 22 River heights. Mrs. Frederick B. Woodruff and Mrs. L. L. Forbes lee tha lesson on "Contemporary Art. 1 Mias Peach Rule, a member of the club,, who has /just/returned from Seattle, and Mrs. Floyd Osmundson were guests'at the meeting. Monday club met · with Mrs Charles Randall, 127 Third stree northwest. Mrs. G. M. Crabb hac current events .and Mrs. Woodwart led the lesson 'from the Atlauti' Monthly^ . Mrs. A.'R. Sale, 320 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, was hostess tc the Chautauqua club Monday after noon .when Mrs. J. W. Lorenz anc group three had. the topics, Mrs. Roy Felt spoke on the "American Nobe Prize Winners." At the meeting o the" Occident club-with Mrs. K. V Mace,', 115 Seventh street north west, Mrs. C. J. DeLfacy had the les son on "Women in Politics." Healthy Baby Should Be Trained to Sleep .Thru Hdusehol^ Noise By ALICE JUDSON PEALE Who has not been in homes where, when his majesty, the-baby, has finally-dropped-off to sleep, ivery sound was hushed, people valked on tiptoes, and no one dared ilk above a whisper? This is all' nonsense. A healthy baby, properly trained, should sleep jeacefully thru all the ordinary lousehold no'ises. To be sure, he should have a room of his own, the door of which is closed. Altho the hour of his nap may not be the'time in which to use a hammer or play the phonograph in the adjoining room, the sound of conversation, of comings and goings, 'closing doors and running water should not-waken him. In the city, it is of course impossible to keep out all noises, even if one tries. There will always be the sounds of trucks, the horns ol motor cars, the ringing of bells ant shouts on the streets. The child inevitably learns to sleep thru these noises, and he can quite comfortably learn -to sleep thru those inside th house aa well, It is furthermore no kfndness to train the child so that he can onl_ sleep when there is perfect silence He will not always sleep in hi nursery or in his own bed. It is pos sible that many an adult who has had · difficulty in getting enougti rest because he is such a "Ugh sleeper" that every sound waken him, owes'his difficulty to the fac that when he was a baby the whol household was hushed for his bene fit. ·If the child, from the very begin 'ning, is trained to sleep to the ac "companiment of common noises, h will have no trouble later on whe it will be necessary for him to slee other people's houses, In hotels and on trains. ' , --:-- i QUAIFE-WOOmVARD NASHUA, March 10.--Nashua riends have received announcement f the marriage of Miss Helen Elaine Woodward and Lawrence ' Wood- iridge Quaife, bqlh .of Rosalia, Wash. The parents of the bridegroom, Dr.. and Mrs. L. A. Quaife, are former Nashua .people, both graduates of Gririnell college. Mr. Quaife is a graduate of the University of Washington and entered Rush Medical, college, Chicago, last September. Mr.'and Mrs. Qijalfe will reside at\54QO Greenwood apartments, Chicago. 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