The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1936 · Page 9
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April 2, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2 1936 '" HUGHS 3 So. Federal Avenue Don't Forget THIS SUNDAY IS PALM SUNDAY! At Hughs You Will Find Hundreds of Beautiful New Spring Hats For Your Easter Ensemble. SPKC1AJULV PIUCED Real copies of Paris creations, in all the beautiful pastel shades for spring, flower and tailored trims. Make your selection from this complete stock at Hughs. N MNE Simple Task for Seamstress GLOBE-;AZETTE PEKKLBSS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fii'th Avenue. New York City by DIANA DAY Attractive Frock Has Peter Pan Collar to Finish It; Cut on Princess Lines in Coat Style. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL Feature these Special Easter Attractions! Positively Witbut Eqaal-Tomorrow E aster Fashioned with Flattering Perfection! Unexcelled in workmanship, fit and quality -flattering suits with furred collars or cuffs! Stunning 3-piece models! Jaunty swagger types! Mannish jacket fashions! Tans, grays, navies! Last-Minute Styles, Fabrics and Patterns! Spring's smartest swagger types in bold plaids or new solid colors . . . featuring high button closings or wide lapels! Mannish Chesterfields! Dressy coats with fur trimmings! Breathing Spring in Colors and Trimmings Gorgeous iris, gray, aqua, powder blue, rose--exquisite prints and navies--gay flowers, novel pleats, dainty -lace or frilly trims--jacket styles in flattering lengths! Smart Colorful 2-Piece KNIT DRESSES Marvelous soft boucles in stunning chalk pastels a n d new spring weaves! Fashions you'll adore -- remarkably low priced! Drastically Reduced DRESSES Taken from earlier stock -- all priced regardless of cost or former selling price! Values to $12.95 Here's a new looking sheer grey wool coat-like princess dress, a precious style for youthful fig- uies. Its smart ca*ua.lness will make you fairly want to live in it for town or country. It buttons right up to a little girl collar of white pique with picot ruffled edge. The picot is done professionally of course. Another suggestion for it is navy blue crepe silk or navy linen with white polka-dots with crisp white organdie collar. Sec small diagram how simple it is to sew. Style No. 2822 Is designed for sizes 12, 14, IB, 18 and 20-years. Size 16 requires 3U yards of 39- inch material with % yard of 35- inch conti'asting. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy today. Book and pattern together twenty- five cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. the author and attempts to sell bun- self rather than the review. Kindly and Tulerant. "If the evil in a book is made alluring, the book is dangerous, if it is made loathsome, it is not. Many times a reviewer is so shocked at an off-color passage in a book that he gives it emphasis beyond what it deserves Many of us enterttain fixed ideas and devotions and Ben- efieJd's book invites us to be more kindly and tolerant. U is restful and tolerant and indicates that people arc not the monsters they seem." Mrs. Campbell told the story of Carrie, the prostitute, who left her profession to make a new life for herself and two children whom she had adopted. The three go to New York and when the children, Lady and Paul grow up. Lady falls in love with Paul and he with another girl. The difficulties are finally ironed out by Carrie. Plan of Fourth District. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, fourth district director, said that the plan this year in the fourth district is to work for better programs, to put books into the hands of women who need them and to find out what club women want by visiting the clubs. "Clubs live that have an individual project," Mrs. Cerney said, "and the club woman must have a personal program, as well." Mrs. w. H. Hathorn, recording secretary of the Iowa federation, reported on the spring council meeting at which the emphasis was laid on conservation, she said. She spoke on the talks given by Agnes Samuelson and Harlan Miller, announced the international relations conference at Grinnell an d the club William Mutschler Given Position in Research Department William Mutschler. formerly of Mason City and a 1S35 graduate in chemical engineering; from Iowa Stato college, lias been employed in tlie research department of the Con- tainental Can company, Chicago Mutschler was business manager 01 the Iowa Engineer, campus monthly, while in school. I Clubs of Cerro Gordo Delegations Attend Meeting^ of Federation at Y. W. C. A. Representatives of the 20 Federated clubs of Cerro Gordo county met at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday afternoon for the annual meetin; of the Cerro Gordo county clubs of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs with Mrs. J. W. Pattie ol Clear Lake, president, in charge The program included reports on various federation activities, a discussion of program building and a book review forum. Miss Lydia Earrette spoke on the regional library project which has been sponsored in the fourth district through a contract purchased with the Mason City library for the lending of books to clubwomen for club work. More than 300 requests have come in since the plan was started and 687 books, numerous pamphlets, magazines, clippings and pictures have been lent. "The diversity of interests represented by the requests is impressive," Miss Barrette said. Need More Funds. Miss Barrette pointed out some of the problems which have arisen and indicated that more funds would be needed to carry on the regional plan for the clubwomen. Mrs. Milton Dunlap of Charles City, speaking on program building, said "Spring has given two million clubwomen the signal to go and finds them eager and interested in next year's program. Every club president expects her program chairman to plan something allurng. There is a wealth of material from which to choose, and the program chairman should not attempt to cover too much ground, but should select essential things and arrange the program to arouse interest. Mrs. Dunlap mentioned a number of helps in program planning including the Atlantic panel, topical talks animated magazine, handbook on club study, "Live and Let Live" the extension department of Iowa, the Iowa clubwoman and stressed the importance of a safety program. Ready Made Program. "A ready made program will not fit any club,' 1 Mrs. Dunlap said. "Be sure the material for study can be procured and find the best and most effective way to present it. Have unity, a bibliography, originally and practicality. After the topic is chosen, it is the duty of the club- women to follow the design of the program builder. The test of a program should be not, how much did I learn, but how much did I think." The book review given by Mrs. 3. H. Campbell of Clear Lake was on Barney Bermfield's "Valient Is the Word for Carrie." Discussing ·eviewing, Mrs. Campbell said that -he report on a book should do more han just entertain. "The reviewer akes the place of the authtor and hould try to give his meaning," she aid. "The review is spoiled when the reviewer does not agree with Stop Getting- Up Nights To harmlessly flush poisons and acid from kidneys and correct irritation of bladder so that you can stop "getting up nights" get a 35 '·cut package of Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules and take as directed. Other symptoms of kidney and bladder weaknesses are scant, burning or smarting passage-backache--leg cramps--puffy eyes. institute preceding it, and the Miami convention. She told of the Iowa, club woman, the community service prize, the publicity prize and described the symposium of the various departments held at the meeting, in concluding Mrs. Hathom explained and read the resolutions passed at the council meeting. Cerro Gordo Clubs. Airs. Henry Volstad of Clear Lake reported on the activities of the Cerro Gordo clubs during the past year. Mrs. L. S. Dorchester spoke on the library extension work. Mrs. Clarence Knutson, legislation; Mrs. Edith Naylor, education of the deaf and blind, and Mrs. A. I. Son- drol's report on international relations was read. Mrs. Ramond Momtghan sang "El Bacio" and "There's a Blackbird Singing." Mrs. Homer Blougb gave the prayer, Mrs. N. C. Stam. the welcome to guests and Mrs. Mary Bowman of Clear Lake, the response. Assembly singing was led by Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, accompanied by Mrs. Morris Laird. Following the meeting, tea waa served by the hostess club, the Child Study club of Mason City of which Mrs. Stam is president- The tea table was decorated In lavender and yellow with spring flowers and tapers carrying out the color scheme. See All The.. . Fancy Varieties of ON DISPLAY Saturday, April 4th at JOHNSTON'S "WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS" Phone 223 10 Firsf Street N. W. Eadmar Beauty Salon Located in the N. W. Corner of the Eadmar Hotel Outside Entrance on First Street N. W. Announces Saturday, April 4 as OPENING DAY The Public is Invited to Come atid Visit This Modern Beauty Salon, Featuring the Following: Paul Rilling permanent wave machine (cooler and quicker). - - Wall Plate for electrical facials and scalp treatments. Siegelman's cosmetics^ and natural make-up. (Manufactured by Harry L. Siegelman, Hollywood's foremost make-up and beauty authority) All chrome furniture to harmonize with attractive color scheme of shop. This salon was designed by Mr. John Horan of the Geo. Weyer, Inc., Kansas City, Mo., to give maximum of practicability to operator and maxi'mum of service and comfort to patron by including the following conveniences: SPECIAL FACIAL BOOTH SEPARATE DRYING BOOTH Make-up booth with three mirrors to portray reflections as they appear in artificial light, strong day light and the average light of a room. ELIZABETH WAHLERS OPERATORS EVELYN GAARDER A N E W C O M E R L E A R N S W A T E R ITS AS HARD AS NAILS?) I CANT SEEM TO GET *v. THICK SUDS m THE WASHER) THAT'S GOOD! f I WISH WE COULD \ DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE WATER WHY,'WHAT'S WRONG WITH THE WATER? I GUESS ALL THE WOMEN AROUND HERE HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM. WHY NOT FIND OUT WHAT THEY DO ABOUT IT? WELL, I GOT THE GARAGE DOOR FIXED AT LAST I'LL ASK THE GROCER HE SHOULB KNOW NEXT WASHDAY WE JUST MOVED TO THIS CITY AND I CANt GET THICK SUDS IN MY WASHER. THE WATER IS SO HARD... ALL THE WOMEN AROUND HERE USE RINSO. IT GIVES THICK, LASTING SUDS EVEN IN HARDEST WATER. AND IT'S FINE FOR DISHES DIDY(HJM WELL I SEE YOU SOLVED SUCH cf ? EflMY S WS AS RINSO GIVESYAND MY WASH IS 4 OR 5 SHADES . WHITER. RINSO IS *" ^ .MARVELOUS FOR DISHES, TOO THE WATER PROBLEM "TTIE GOES A J

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