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io MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 12 Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation,' Spelling and Â· Â· Meaning--Ideas Invited. ' By;Mrs. E. E. Hunter Drouth and drought are words we have been hearing a great deal lately. Perhaps you have been puzzled by .the variety of pronunciation When the word Is, spelled with the G it is- pronounced, drowt. When the Â·Â·Â· ia left out it is pronounced drowth. These 'are often, reversed ThereMs little difference in meaning so that.the words'may be used in- tercharigably. , r MK. AJNi) MRS. PAIMATEER HONORED AT FAREWELL Mr. and Mrs. William Palmate er, 129 Eleventh street northwest, were honored at a farewell party given by a group of friends at their home Wednesday evening. There were 12 guests, and bridge was played during the evening; They/will leave April 1 for Rock "Island, HI., to make their home. . . Â· . - Â· ' _*_.. Â·;:Â· . Â· PRESBYTERIAN* GROUP TO HAVE LUNCHEON Members of the Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church will begin their new year at-a luncheon meeting Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the church with Mrs. R. B. Girton in charge of arrangements. Mrs. A. M. Haggard will give an address. MEETING HELD* BY O. A. N. BRIDGE CLUB Members of the O. A. N. Bridge club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Roy A. Tyler, 22 Indiana, avenue southeast. Mrs. F. J. Peterson: won high score prize and Mrs. Leo Carle, second prize. Mrs. Harold Wasley was a guest at the .meeting. St. Patrick's day theme was carried out. in the decorations. MRS. ZOLA SHAFFER GUEST OF O. E. S. Mrs. Zola Shaffer of. Manly, district instructor of the O. E. S.-: was a guest of Unity chapter No. 58 and Â·conducted a School of instruction at the Masonic temple. She made her annual inspection of. the local chapter and ^conferred three Â· degrees. Folio wing the degree work she'made a brief'address and was presented, a gift from the chapter by C. C. Halphide; Dinner was served and there were a number of guests from Northwood, Manly, Thornton and Clear Lake. DOLLEY-SHEEZ NASHUA, March 12:--Miss Lila ; Grace Sheez of Decorah and Frank Dolley of Delhi were married at the Little Brown church Wednesday by the;Rev. William Kent, pastor. Miss Thresa Dolley, sister of the bridegroom, acted as bridesmaid and Dean. Sharp of Manchester was best man. v4?.''' - Â·*- ys The bride is the daughter of .Mr. fand Mrs. Vernon Sheez of Decorah and is a graduate of the Upper Iowa Â·university; Fayette. The bridegroom is the-son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dolley of Delhi and is engaged in farming. They, will mak.e their home upon a farm near Decorah. A wedding reception 1 was held'for the newly married couple at the home of the bridegroom's parents in Delhi, Thursday night. Â· ' ' _i.$_i_ ; Â·Â· Â· Â· KOONTZ-DEGRAW NASHUA, March 12'.--Mrs. Cora DeGraw and Robert: Koontz, Lake City, were married Wednesday .at the Little Brown church by the Rev. Villlam Kent, pastor. L NEWLYWEDS Associated Press Photo This, should be a sound picture,, but anyway Johnny ;Wels- muller, swimmer,Â·Â·'; gave ;hls bride, Bobbie Arnst, "'Broadway actress, a resounding smack for benefit of cameramen. They're at Miami Beach, Fla. lowari Is Appointed for German Research Studies IOWA . CITY, March 12.--Herbert H. Jasper, University of'Iowa jsychqlogy staff member,..will -attack advanced research problems at the University of Leipzig, .Germany, next year under terms of' an appointment by the national research :ouncil. One of 17 appointees from American universities, Jasper is the sole psychologist to win : the national competition. He will seek fur- iier information about the functioning of speech muscles. GOITRE NOT A DISEASE Milwaukee Doctor Makes Remarkable Discovery Milwaukee, Wis.--It has Â· been brought to ; light by scientific research, that goitre is not a disease and is not to 'be treated as such. Dr. A. A. Rock, Dept. A-7, Box 737, Milwaukee, Wis., a prominent goitre specialist for over 24^years', has pert fected^ a different 'method':'of 'treat? ment;' for his patients that Has proved' remarkably successful. This same method 1 is now being used for a home i treatment of goitre cases all over the country with astonishing- results. The' Doctor states that goitre is a condition- which grows worse with neglect and recommends immediate : attention no matter how small the growth may appear. He strongly .opposes needless operations. Dr. Rock is the author of a book that tells in a simple way about treating, goitre at home. He has published this book at his own expense, and .will 'send a copy free to anyone interested. Write him today.--Adv. 7 OH 1EA1?Â» ITS BEGINNING TTO RAIN AND NtYWASH IS DNTHE.UMg , \ TOOK Miwe IN "', HAW* AN HOUR Aa Social Calendar . THURSDAY 6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Muonic social club- Si 30 o'clock, Damon-Igou tea gar- 'Â·' den. . Â· ' - Â· Young People's union -7:30 o'clock, Methodist church. Harding P. T. A.-- ' 7:30 o'clock, school, fathers' .' night. ; . .Â· , 3. F. S. Senior*;- , 7:30 o'clock-, Parish hall, lesson on India, : pr. Mary . Spahr, hostess Laura' Tank. FRIDAY Baptist Ladies aid-Division 8, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Guy Davis, 531 Sixth'street southeast. Division 4, -2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Keinrey, 510 Fourth street northeast , , \ Hanford Young people-Roy Sharp, south of Hanford, with.Leonard- Klatt, host. Presbyterian Missionary society-1 o'clock, church, luncheon, talk by Mrs. A.M. Haggard. Harmony Guild-1:15 o'clock, church, Mrs; G. B. Pray, Mrs. Arthur Pickfbrd,- Mrs. B.E: Miliiken, hostesses. . Â· ' . Rebekah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. '.O. O. F. parlors, Mrs. Oliver Repp, chairmaru . Fint Methodist General Ladles Aid 2:30. o'clock, church, division 9, hostess, Mrs. Anders Stortroen, chairman, Christian Workers-- - 2:30'olclbcki Y.. W. C. A., group 8 in charge. Wilson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. G. F. S.;-Candidates-- ' 4:15 o'clock," St. John's parish hall. ' Jefferson P. T. A';-- : 7:30 o'clock, school, pay-night program. ' . ' . ' . . . Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, courthouse-assembly. Good/Cheer Card clnb-- 8 o'clock, Mr^s. Harold Milnes, 410 Eighth street southeast. Li A.5P..M. club-S o'clock, I. b. O. F. temple, bus- FASHION GODDESS Mile. Gabrlelle 'Chanel, famous Parisian couturlere, per- .Jfuiher,'jeweler and industrialist, pictured as she arrived in New York on the S. S. Europa for her first visit to this country. Mile. Chanel is enroute to Hollywood where she is under, contract to design gowns for'the stars, ot movledom. iness and social session. Pleasant Ridge club-, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woodward. C..P. BRIDGE ; 'CLT7B MEETS IN EVENING Mrs. R.,^ W. Brockett, 219% North' Federal avenue, entertained members of the C. p. Bridge ciub at .her home Wednesday evening. There were two tables and prizes were won by Mrs. Robert Brockett and Mrs. Leonard Tietgen. Miss Bonita Arnold and Mrs. Merle Masou were guests. Stout Women Learn Easy Way To Lose 20 Pounds of Fat m Table Tells How Much "Women and Girls Should Weigh If you're fat--first remove the cause! KRUSCHEN SALTS Is an ideal--blend of 6 mineral salts your body organs, glands a n d nerves should possess to function properly. When your-.vital organs fail to perform. _ -their .-work,. correctly--, Â·your Â·--"bVjweis--: 'and '^-kidneys "Â·Â· can't throw : off that waste material-before you realize it--you're growing hideously fat. Â· ' .. Take one-half teaspoonful Â· ' . of KRUSCHEN SALTS i n - a glass of hot water every morning--in three weeks get on the scales and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. ' ' Notice also that you have gained in energy--your skin is clearer-your eyes sparkle with glorious health--you feel younger in body- keener in mind. KRUSCHEN wiil give any fat person a joyous surprise. Get an 85c bottle of KRUSCHEN SALTS from any leading druggist LribK *Yw M*t M I* Hie Tdfc Tib M* ta StaM M* h WNT CMJw Ml 9mi at Ul ISO anywhere In America (lasts 4. weeksh H^thiSvfirstXbottleidoestft .convince ydu'rils/is'the 'easiest,Â· saf-' est and surest'way to' lo.se fat--if you don't feel a superb improvement in health--so gloriously energetic--vigorously alive--your money gladly returned. : Note: Wb.en taking Kruschen for overweight'ryou can reduce more aw^ftly by cutting out pastry and fatty meats--go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar: In two-weeks Mrs. C. M. Taylor of Lewisburg, W. Va., reduced hei- weight from 175 to 159% pounds-Her headache is no more and shortness of breath is gone--."Thanks for such a good remedy," she writes. Huxtable Drug Co. knows all about Kruschen. YOORE. MWAYS 1HR.OUGH VMTM YOUR WASH AHEAD of ME. AND ir LOOKS MUCH- V/HlTER^tbO --HOVW DOYOODO IT IN OUR.HARD-WATER!? I USE t?tHSO. ITST2ICH SUDS 5o AKooTDiÂ»?T. I 3ONT HAVeTt* SPEND Woures " NEXT WASHDAYXGRAOOUS,LooKA-rA^ J ' lTji*Â» Ci.,rJT \*Mirrt?'A^ - \ * I SNOW. 1 MRS.MoR~TbH WAS i i(.Ne/ETC use *iw i5u( l*IN^VttÂ» i Cl?EÂ«MY SODS ARE Â· - " .Â«.wÂ«Â»" Thol T " ~, i Saves the Clothes, says Mrs. C. Martin of Clear Lake, lotva. a lot of nch, lartmg fi**^ clcaninK-" ..^w stÂ»mn Millions use Rinso in tub, washer arid dishpan I The Granulated t soap , KIWANIANS HEAR SOLO AND TALK AI Long Plays Sousaphone and Dr. Pool Speaks on Dentistry. A sousaphone solo and' a talk by Dr..H. F. Pool.were features of the program ' of the Kiwanls club Thursday noon in Hotel Hanford. The sousaphone solo, "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp," was played by Al Long, Jr., high school musician who won the local contest and will represent Mason City in subdistrlct competition., He was accompanied by Dorothy Bomber. , . : Among the 'subjects which Dr; Pool briefly explained were synthetic porcelain, gold inlay, porcelain jacket crown, X-ray, metallurgy to relation to dentistry and esthetics of false teeth.' He said that synthetic porqelain was not considered as permanent by dentists. In connection with the false teeth he declared that they are now being made to fit the face, to be of the proper teeth .color of the individual and tested for grinding surface efficiency. Dr. Pool began his talk by pointing out that-until 15 years ago manufacturers thru education chiefly promoted dental equipment. Since then, he said, dentists have sought j to avoid having too many pieces of apparatus. A bureau has been established at, Washington, he continued, which tests out and recommends working dentistry technique. . Guest's.of the club"were Everet Graber, Des -Moines; A. H. Hollard, Enid, Okla., and Dr. J. E. Fauley. Many Students"Are Entered in Declam Â·Contest at Osage OSAGE, March 12.-^-The sub- district declamatory contest in. the ,state'series will be here tonight. The towns represented are Mason City, -Nora^ Springs, Northwood, Osage, Plymouth, Ropkwell and St. Ansgar. The oratorical class is represented by Warren Larson, Glen Swedburg, Clarence Tesch and Jens Walker. The dramatic class'by Lorraine ' Simlaysen, Cecelia Hove, Doris Kluver and Jean Smith and the humorous class by Mabel Da~vies, Arthur Rye, Elaine Snook and Carl Zuehl. Fire Victim Is Canary. SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, March 12. (UP)--A woman screamed, "Dickie; save Dickie. He's in there and will die," and'the gallant firemen fought their ,way thru smoke and fire of an apartment house only to find that "Dickie" was a canary. "Dickie" had suffocated. BtlCHERER-SCTLLE NASHUA, March 12.--The marriage of Miss Gertrude Stille and Adolf Bucherer, both of Nashua, took place at the St. John's Evangelical church west of Naohua Wed. nesday, the Rev. Arthur Graber performing the ceremony. Lucille and Mabel Stille'/ nieces of the bride,' were'flower girls. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to about .30 relatives and friends at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and- .Mrs. August Stille, west of Nashua. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Stille and the bridegroom, came to America four years ago. They will make their home upon a farm west of Nashua. Â· , End Oily, Sallow Skin A little Calonite powder sprinkled on a wet cloth and rubbed gently over the-face each night ends shiny, oily skins--puts new life into sallow skin, and cleans the pores of all dust, dirt and prevents blackheads. It makes the 'skin feel refreshed and bright, so you will enjoy a good night's rest. Weak, UNDERWEIGHT bodies invigorated with NEW JTRENQTH Coldi, fln and sickness play havoc with the red-blood-cells and tae body there- lore has less resistance against further disease attacks! Hollow and sunktn places fill out! Every spring countless thousands take S.S.S.--the purely vegetable tonic--to build back their red-blood- cells so that they may have that new strength which makes for .-a keen appetite, 'firm flesh, a clear skin and greater 'resistance against infection and disease. You, too, will want to take S.S.S. for this very reason. Select.the larger size asiit holds double the quantity and represents a price saving. Â© s.s.s. Co, E v e r y S p r i n g t a k e S. S. S. To n i c Quality^ Style, -. Service Facts Only-Truth Always 's Tell a New Fashion Story As We Go\ Marching Into Spring / "The Chant of Cheapness Is the Theme Song of Extravagance" Manley's tell a new fashion story as we go'marching into Spring. Smart clothes without quality become shabby clothes. Irrespective of the price these are'expensive clothes. Manley's supremacy of fashion and high standard of quality applies to their less expensive as well as their higher priced models. The new era of economy..prompts the buying of quality things because quality is economy in the long run. Again we say "It takes more than price'to make a bargain." . . The new Spring frocks are very versatile indeed. You may be equally smart this spring in a number of fascinating dress fashions. Foremost, of course, are the many interpretations of the jacket frock, hip length, Bolero, or peplums are especially good. Gay prints are in high fawr. Our selection is complete and very expressive of high fashion and high value at ' -$10.00 $15.00 $16.50 $19.50 and $25.00 SPRING COATS.,. . , The coat values are unusual this Spring. Better materials and better styling than any Spring in our memory. Skipper blue ia very goad but there are many other lovely colors and combinations--no need of all wearing blue. $15.00 and up NEW SPRING FABRICS . . ...-.'. . The home dressmaker will be surprised when she finds that the lovely material she has been accustomed to using costs only a fraction of what it did a few years ago and only' a little more than, half of last year's low prices. Valuray Print--a fine rayon with, dark backgrounds AQ P and it's washable--a yard wide at only ^ U C Prestige Print--an extra fine rayon^ mostly dark grounds. It's waahable^and a yard wide. Most buyers think it ia silk 'JQp Â· until they see the price card--a yard J D C Eton is a very fine rayon crepe that comes in the pastel shades only. Is 40 Inches wide and sells for less than a dollar. A yard The New Hats Have New Brims That Are Brimful of Youth and Smartness The straws are rough or smooth, dull or shiny. Many youthful and becoming styles for your particular type. $5.00 to $15.00 Competent, courteous milliners to assist you-expert custom fitting service without additional charge. Live Model Foundation Garments byKabo We have Just received our complete line of Kabo garments for Spring, a complete line of models, one for each type of figure. They are: steplns of elastic, elastic and broche combinations, corselettes, side hook girdles and corsets, prices range from Â«P*Â«Â«'W to $1.50 to $5.00 New Spring Tubular Scarfs in stripes, paisley and plaid effects, black and white and color combln- *-t Â«/\ t4 atlons. Priced at pJLÂ«UU and p l Â« Â« Kabo creations are designed by expert corsetleres who know what type of support every figure,needs. We also have a complete line of smart bandeaus of beautifully designed materials, fancy edge trimmings and lace Inserts. $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Vff I 1 i v!