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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 13, 1939
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MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1839 ELE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 300 Attend Girl Scout Gathering Peggy Heneman Gets Golden Eaglet for Scouting Activities More than 300 Girl Scouts and Brownies gathered with their parents and friends of Girl Scouting Sunday at Monroe school to honor Peggy Heneman who was awarded the golden eaglet, highest award for Girl Scouts. Two other Mason City girls Fifive received this award: Helen Lloyd Jones and Mary Burrets. This will be the last time an Eaglet will be awarded since it is no longer included in the new Girl Scout program. 27th Anniversary Sunday was the twenty-seventh anniversary of Girl Scouting in the United States. Following the salute to the flag and the formal opening by Scouts and Brownies, Mrs. G. S. C. Andrick, Mason City Girl Scout commissioner, spoke in appreciation of the consultants who give time and talent so that Girl Scouts may carry out their badge work. Mrs. Andrick also spoke of the vaule or the parent's studying the program with their daughters. She said that for every girl who progresses in Scouting, interested ^parents may be found. Memorial Fund Marvyl Beck spoke of Juliette Low, founder of Girl Scouting, and of the Juliette Low memorial fund which makes it possible for Girl Scouts to go fo the chalet in Switzerland. Each Scout had an opportunity to contribute to the fund when a penny march was held. Following the presentation of badges to winners by Mrs. H D Makeever, the troops put on a short program. Each troop gave a song, dance and skit typical of the section. Father Presents The climax ot the program was the presentation of the golden eaglet to Miss Heneman who was escorted to the stage by Joan Andrick, representative of the Mariner ship of which they are both members. Mrs. Carl E. Fick local director, spoke oC her accomplishments in Scouting am". F. C Tiffletieve Ml THIS: Massage his throat, VapoRub and tuck him into bed Next, put a spoonful of VapoRub In a bowl of boiling water: place a newspaper or sheet over the child s head like a tent, covering the bowl too, so the medicated vapors can he inhaled for several minutes. This treatment loosens phlegm-clears air-passages- checks tendency to cough-relieves local congestion. Long alter ne relaxes Into peaceful sleen VapoRub's poultice-and-vanor action is still bringing reliet-and you can get ar good ' ' " ' ERS BE HELD BY WOMAN'S CLUB Monroe friends. Miss Hi uar scouts, Brownies, is me mghest award possible for been active in scouting since 1931 and is now Heneman awarded the pin to his daughter. Congratulations to Miss Heneman were given by Dorlese Dibble for the Brownies, Audrey Folsom for the Girl Scouts and Miss Andrick for the Mariners, At the close of the meeting'tea was served with Mrs. J. L Pauley Mrs. M. D. Dean, Mrs. Robert Brown and Mrs. D. G. Klempnauer pouring. On the committee were Mmes. Lester Dibble, chairman, W. B. Casey. G. G. Weida, Neil Garrison, D G. Kiempnauer, W. Bender and J. L. Pauley. Mrs, E. J. Kelly and Mrs. George Ludeman had charge of the program arrangements. Second class: Donna Carson Constance DeWilde, Leona Hollaway, Janet McGregor, Shirley Skipton, Wanda Wallace Martha Pauley, Catherine Pauley. Janice O'Brien, Barbara Johnson. Betty Hanes, Audrey Folsom, Marilyn Bender, Patsy Dibble, Elaine Garros, Barbara Thomas, Ann Huber, Joan Malloy, Martha Ball Virginia Barlow, Betty Jean Johnson, Donnis Kiempnauer, Marv Albee, Eleanor Rae, Margaret Wilson, Ardeen Kephart, Donna Robinson, Lola Aderhold, Rita Decker, Ardis Mae Hulse, Jean McGowan, Adeline Menke, Avis Menke, Beverly Roberts, Mary Fern Scheef, Denise McGowan Patty Igou, Barbara Sberal, Shirley Rodruck, Gail Werle, Dorothy McNary. Elaine Grove, Dorothy Gecr. Bonnie Leaman, Marilyn Preston, Elaine Adlesman, Dorothy DeGroot, Geraldine Hanschu Patsy Krager, Mary Jane Johnston, Mildred Milligan, Eleanor Leaman, Evelyn Sharp, King and Jean Swanson. Betty First class, Ellen Moore: drawing and painting, Dorothy De Somery; artist Betty Wybourney Dorothy De Somery: craftsman! interior decorator and designing, Dorothy De Somery; bookbind- COSTUME JEWELRY $1.00 BLANCHARD'S 3 West State NOTICE! aa » f n Aut ? Repair Sh °P from fhe «i* garage fo the shop formerly operated by "Curly" Uewjs in the alley just west of the Hotel Hanford. friJ^fn Ju - th0n ! C °" ° f ""I f ° rmer £ «K»"er S and friends for the.r patronage, and I invite you to visit me ;L7«a;?ir^v,M;r b .c.'" - *-- - *· JOE JOHNSON OIL -- GREASE -- BATTERIES -- TIRES Shop Phone 1157 Residence Phone 2845 THE EASIEST-TO-USE ENAMEL fat Furniture and Woodwork DUCO "^0. U. S* PAT. OFT 0«*GaGt -- DUCO too-- OneCoatMogic!" Itgivei new beauty to everything if touches. Remarkably eary to use --*ie» quickly without ihowrng brush-marks--giv« a lasting washable finish. Freihen vp your home--with DUCO! n«flP pf S-BOOMHOWER HARDWARE ing, Virginia Manning and Carol McCallum. Out o£ doors field, campcraft, Norma Jean Billings; nature field, rock finder, Barbara Johnson- observer, Ellen Moore, Betty Jean Johnson. Literature and dramatics field, book finder, Ellen Moore, Audrey Pol5om; reader, Catherine Pauley, Martha Pauley, Elaine Adelsman, Dorothy Gasswint, Patsy Krager, Shirley Leaman. Joan Andrick. Mary Jane Johnston, and Mildred Milligan. Play director, Betty Hanes; musician, Catherine Pauley; my troop, Dorothy Gasswint, Mary Jane Johnston, Mildred Miiligan, Darlene Bammon, Katherine Auld Patricia Jubb, Betty Jean Brown, Betty. King; my community, Dorothy Gasswint, Dorothy DeGroot Mary Lewis, Shirley Leaman, Elaine Adelsman. Mary Jane Johnston, Evelyn Sharp, Lois Ann Reding, Eleanor Leaman, Betty Helm, Anita Hazlett; transportation and communication, Mary Lewis, Shirley Leaman, Elaine Adelsman, Dorothy Gasswint, Dorothy De Groot, Joan Andrick. International Friendship Fieid- World gifts, Dorothy Gasswint, homemaking field, hostess, Martha Pauley, Catherine Pauley Mary Jean Casey, Renee Reed Mary Jane Johnston, Eleanor Leaman, Constance DeWilde; housekeeper, Catherine Pauley, Joan Andrick, Mary Lewis; needlewoman, Martha Ball, Theo Hunt. Sally McMichael, Betty Leaman, Gwendolyn Rampton, Eleanor Hae, Betty Lapmer, Donnis Kiempnauer- cook, Leona Thomas, Ellen Moore- health and safety field, child care Norma Carson, Ellen Moore. --o--· MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to Vincent Reinhart 29 and Madesta Yackel, 30, both o£ Alta Vista; Alonzo Converse, SO nnd Blanche Anderson, 26, both of Albert Lea, and Roger Schrank legal, Mason City, and Edna Linderkamp, legal, Floyd. CIRCUS PARTY IS HELD AT Y. M. C. A. Patty Maynard entertained 45 boys and girls at a party in the banquet room o£ the Y. M. C. A on the occasion of her birthday and Harry Russell's. The guests came dressed as circus people and a circus parade was a feature of the entertainment with the hostess as a bareback rider leading with Johnny Erznoznik and Jerry Lewis as her horse, led by Harry Russell as a circus clown. Games were played and refreshments were served. Do This If You're NERVOUS Bon't like clanres on product, yon imw nothing about or rely on temporary rdM when tfero need of i good psnsra! system tome like tirac-provcn Lydii E. Piokham's vegetable Compound, made especially for lOTMrt from wholesome herbs and roots. Let IJnfcham's Compound help build up more physical resistance and thua aid in calmins singly nervea, lessen distress from female functional disorders and nikc lifo worth bviDff. F ST ° T t r W ycits '""' w "raan nis told another how to ED "RmiiinR thni" with Pmljham'n-- over 1.000.000 women have MUST BE G P OODf S '°TM U * beMfit '- it BETTER Optical Service Don't Miss the Signals Have us check your vision once a year. Safety first. M A C E S Smith Optical Co. -?-' EAST S T A T E Psychology Author Will Be Speaker "Return to Religion" Subject of Lecture · Tuesday at Church "Return to Religion" is the topic which Dr. Henry C. Link will discuss in his lecture Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the March general meeting of the Woman's club in the First Methodist church. Election of officers will be conducted during the business session with the candidates including Mrs. Howard O'Leai-y, president; Mrs. Floyd Johnson, financial secretary; Mrs. H. E, Bast, recording secretary; Mrs. Francis Beck, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Hanford MacNider, director. Penny Art Fund Airs. Bertha Patchen will play a program of organ music preceding the lecture and members will have an opportunity to contribute to the Penny Art fund of the General* Federation of Women's clubs. Members may bring guests to the meeting, according to the rules printed in the year book. Dr. Link directs several hundred psychologists associated with the Psychological corporation in nationwide studies of social trends, marketing and advertising. He and his organization were the first to conduct periodic polls of public opinion based on a scientific sampling of the nation, antedating the Fortune and Gallup polls by about two years. These polls are conducted every two months and are supported by the clients of the Psychological corporation In the field of market research and personal work, the clients served include such companies as Metropolitan Life Insurance, American Can, duPont, General Electric, National Carbon, Lambert Pharma- cal, General Motors etc Writes Best Sellers He is also the director of the psychological Service Center of New York City, a division of the Psychological corporation consisting of psychologists who advise individuals on educational, vocational, and personal problems. His latest book, "The Rediscovery of Man" or "The Discovery of Personality," went into three printings within a week of its publication. His previous book, "The Betum to Religion," was on the best sellers list for almost two years. One of 10 Best Dr. Link is also the author of "The New Psychology of Selling and Advertising," voted by readers of Printers' Ink as one of the 10 best books in this field. Also an associate editor of the Journal of Applied Psychology. Dr. Link is the creator of the P. Q. or personality quotient test for young people, developed through about five years' experimental work with the aid of many psychologists. Dr. Link is a graduate of Yale college and also received his Ph. D. at Yale university. He is a member of the American Psychological association, the American Association of Applied Psychologists, and other organizations. Return to Religion Dr. Henry C. Link will speak on'"The Return to Religion" at the Woman's club meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the First Methodist church. Bits About 'Em Mrs. G. E. Andrews of Minneapolis, formerly of Mason City, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Finlayson, 705 Hampshire avenue northeast. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Roy Trewin and son, Scott, 1402 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, have returned from Minneapolis where they have been visiting relatives. * * * Mrs. Vera McClintock Moore who has been employed in the county relief office for the past 11 years left Sunday for Des Moines where she will join her husband, H. E. Moore, and where their new home will be. BIRTHDAY DINNER AT ANGELL HOME F. M. Angel! was honored at a dinner given at his home on Sixth street southwest, \Sunday on the occasion of his 71st birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Angell and daughters, Bonnie, Shirley and Darlcne June, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Angell and children, Robert, Bruce and Phyllis, Mr and Mrs. Guy Angell and children. Naomi, Gerald, D o n a l d and Wayne. The occasion was also Donald Angell's birthday. A number of gifts were presented to Mr Angell. Wayne Angell was home from CCC camp at Clinton for the occasion. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT ALGONA ALGONA -- Marriage licenses issued during the past week included Howard R. Maddaus, 20. and Lorraine Salie, 21, both of Minneapolis; Harrold Colwell, 22, Irvington, and Marie Ohm, 20, Whittemore; E. L. Dahlhauscr, 27, West Bend, and Arlene Banwart, 19, Algona: Elmer E. Ortloff, 22, Glencoe, Minn., and Eb'zabeth A O'Hagan, 19, Silver Lake, Minn.; Russell Bates, 22, and Luella Gregerson, 17, both of Algona; A L. Aved, legal, Minneapolis, and Marna C. Sandon, 20, Blue Earth Minn.; Claude E. West, 23, and Lavern Sherrard, 24, both of Kensett. ALGONA --The Hev. F. C Volzke performed the marriage March 9 at the Baptist parsonage of A. t,. Aved of Minneapolis and Marna Sandon of Blue Earth Minn. They were attended by I Mrs. E. G. Staley and M. A. Sandon, father of the bride 1 Convention Plans Told at Meeting Mrs. W. H. Hathorn Resigns State Post in Club Federation Mrs. W. H. Hathorn returhed Saturday from Des Moines where she attended the board meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs during which her resignation as recording secretary of the organization was accepted. Mrs. J. H. Hager of Waukon was appointed to fill out Mrs. Hathorn's term. The business of the board was largely concerned with plans for the biennial convention which will be held in Davenport May 2, 3 and 4. Mrs. Rob Hoy Ceruey of Mason City, a member of the biennial committee, was also present at the meeting. Mrs. Pearl Bloxam made the report for the biennial committee, announcing a program which will include speeches and music by outstanding performers. The board voted on a number of resolutions which will be presented to the convention, voting in favor of improvement of conditions in stage institutions and in favor of housefile 589 concerning appropriations for the development of land and against the bill before the Iowa legislature restricting the employment of married women. Social Calendar MONDAY Shcladime club -6:30 o'clock, Mrs. 1003 Elm drive. A. Werle, Garfield Parent Education group-7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. C. E. Tandy, lesson. A. A. U. W.-7:30 o'clock, Bovaird tearoom, Mrs. O. A. George, Miss Grace Barnard, hostesses. M; W. A.-7:30 o'clock. Moose hall. Beta Sigma Phi-7:30 o'clock, Hanford hotel. Delta Theta Chi-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford Dauffhfcrs of Veterans-7:45 o'clock, 40 and B clubrooms. Presbyterian Evening circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Walter Bramhall, 1109 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Madison Parent Education group 7:30 o'clock, school. TUESDAY \Va-Tan-1'e club-^ 12 o'clock. Hotel Hanford. Calvary flfonroc circle-1:30 o'clock, Mrs. Merrill Tatum, 906 Taylor avenue northwest. S(. Gertrude's circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Kelly, 32 Kentucky avenue southeast. Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. board 2 o'clock, Mrs. Walter Needham, 333 Twentieth street southeast Mrs. Harry Overturf, assisting' East Side Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. A. William 1022 Maple drive. Woman's club-2:15 o'clock. Methodist church, Dr. H. C. Link, speaker. Unity Chapter No, 58, Q. E. S. 5:30 o'clock. Masonic lemp'le social hour. 6:30 o'clock, membership dinner; 7:30 o'clock, initiation. W. B. F. A. Lnflfce Vclchrad-- 7:30 o'clock. P. G. and E. audi- lonum. csrd party, bridge and 500. Clio club-Mrs. H. L. Knesel, 120 Fourth street northwest, Miss Ruth tslevens, lesson. Happy Dozen Birthday club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harold Cook, Central annex, apartment 9. Phoenician club-8 o'clock, Miss Kathryn Kohl, Manly, lesson, Mrs. Harlgn Girton. E. T. W. club-3 o'clock, Mrs. Malcolm Reed, 404 Sixth street southeast. 2 o'clock. I. O. O. F. hall, benc- lit card party, Mrs. Maude Maxson, chairman. Baptist Y. ·«'. A.-- , 6:30 o'clock, Agnes Complon, 8 ! Second street southwest, pot! luck supper. I St. Barbara's circle-- j 8 o'clock, Mrs. T. L. Connor, 604 Massachusetts avenue southeast. I o Donald J. Daly Couple Will Make -Home in Mason City After March 20 Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hanson, 1019 West State street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Orra Lenora, to Donald J. Daly, son of Mrs. D. W. Daly, 430 First street northeast, which took place Saturday afternoon, May 28, 1938, at 2:30 o'clock, at the rectory of the St. Boniface Catholic church at Garner. The Rev. R. P. Murphy of Mason City performed the ceremony. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Daly of Garner, brother and sister-in-law of the Bridegroom. The bride wore a rose crepe dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds and white sweetpeas. Mrs. Daly was attired' in a suit with British tan accessories and a corsage of tea roses and lavendar sweetpeas. The couple went to Minneapolis 1 on a wedding trip. Mr. Daly is employed in the office of Keeshin-National Freight lines in Ma;on City and the couple will be at home at 715 Delaware avenue northeast after March 20. Mrs. Daly has been employed at the Chamber of Commerce for seven and a half years, serving the last year and a half as assistant secretary. Her resignation became effective March 15. At the Chamber of Commerce it was announced that the work would be carried on by Miss Margaret Abraham who came to the chamber in the fall ot 1937 and Miss Vivian Kline who began work with the chamber in January. --o--· LUCILLE PETERS HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. H. C. Peters entertained at a surprise party honoring their daughter, Lucille, Saturday on her birthday at their-farm home. The guests played games and refreshments were served. JOINT BIRTHDAY PARTY PLANNED Plans are being made for a joint meeting and birthday party for the American Legion and Auxiliary Friday evening at- 6:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. The occasion is the twentieth anniversary of the Legion's founding and a program is being arranged. FREESE-CRAVEN DUMONT--Miss Daisy Craven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Craven, Stuart, was marred Feb 28 to Roy Freese, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Freese, Dumont, at the William Penn college chapel at Buffalo Center by the Rev. John Baxter, brother-in-law of the bride and pastor of the Friends church. The couple was attended by Miss Geraldine Craven and the Rev. Charles Thomas, sister and cousin of the bride. A wedding dinner was served the bridal parly at the Canary cafe. The bride has been a primary teacher here. The couple will be at home in Chicago where he has a civil service position in the postoffice. --o-- NOREitt-OPHEEVI DUMONT--Miss Florence Opheim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Opheim of Thor, was married March 4 to Curtiss Norem Thor, by the Rev. T. B. Thorson, pastor of the Lutheran church, at the home of her parents. The bride is a graduate of the Eagle Grove high school and Waldorf college at Forest City and was sixth grade teacher here the past six months. The bridegroom was graduated from Thor high school and attended State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. They will be at home on a farm near Thor. MRS. DONALD J. DALY --Photo by Jean Marsh Wright Latest. Model Elgin WATCHES Reuter Mfg. Jeweler 9H East State. Upstairs--Save BEAUTY SALON Kirk Apartments , Get Acquainted Offer Machineless Permonents $3.50 These arc standard waves, regularly SS.50 and 55.00 values. Sprins fashions show a decided affinity for shorter hair. Now is the time for your spring permanent. EXTRA SPECIAL Shampoo and wave flftc . . . complete service, mine can- pore CM- ttlc- soap. Oil Shampoo anrt wave TSc. Alice Rummel M a r i u c r l l c Ilinirn Phone -VtS 2G6 Xo. Fertenl. tround. floor Across from (he A A P Mason City Man Weds in Washington Margaret Horrigan Becomes Bride of Robert P. Walters Miss Margaret Horrigan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Horrigan of Burbank, Wash., and Robert P. Walters of Seattle, Wash., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Walters, 31S Pennsylvania avenus northeast, were married at St Patrick's Catholic church in Pasco, Wash., March 3. The ceremony was read at 11 o'clock by the Rev. John L. Campion, pas- Miss Isabelle Horrigan ot Seattle and John Horrigan of Pasco, both cousins of the bride, attended the couple. Preceding the rites, Mrs. F. R, Leroux sang "Ave Maria" play- accompaniment at Sixty-Third Wedding Anniversary Will Be Observed by Couple RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ahrens who live 6 miles north and 3 miles west of Rudd, will celebrate their 63rd wedding anniversary March Mr. Ahrens will be 85 years old March 20 and Mrs. Ahrens will be 86 years old next December, Their children are the Rev. Robert Ahrens, missionary; the Rev Henry Ahrens of Rosemont, Nebr.; the Rev. Ed Ahrens of Oskalooso Kans.; Mrs. Hugo Gratias, Mrs. Ed Brandau, Mrs. Henry Brandau, Mrs. George F. Brandau, Miss Matilda Ahrens, and Jake, all of Rudd. RECTOR'S GUILD HOLDS MEETING Members of the Rector's guild ot St, John's church met Sunday evening at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. C. Burnett Whitehead 822 First-street northwest. A buffet supper was served with Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Thomas as assisting hosts. Father Whitehead led devotions and a discussion of the history of the church followed The next meeting will be April IB. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED NEW HAMPTON--Paul E. Osborn, 21, Pierson, and Ruth Gragert, 20, Dows; George Sobek, 35, Kanawha, and Anna Havlik 29, Garner; Lowell Eliingson 21 Alma Hil!, 24, bolh of Roland; Kenneth Rasmussen, 25, and Irene Fergen, 23, both of Madison, Wis were issued licenses to wed ing her own the organ. Mrs. Walters was attired in an aqua blue suit with rust accessories. She was given in marriage by her father. Her bridesmaid was dressed in a black suit with black accessories. Mrs. Walters received her edua- tion in the Two Rivers schools and after graduation, she attended Walla Walla business college. For the past year she has been employed as stenographer for the democratic clubs in Seattle. The bridegroom, who is assistant buyer in the toy department at Frederick and Nelson's in Seattle was graduated from the Mason City high school. Open house for their friends was held afterwards at the Horrigan home in Burbank with approximately 100 attending. Mr. and Mrs. Walters will be at home at 1619 Belmont, Seattle, Wash. MINNESOTA COUPLES LICENSED TO WED OSAGE--Licenses have been issued here to Roy Stahl, 21, Browndale, Minn., and Agnes. Bliss, IB, Austin, Minn.; Eleanora Post, 19, and Raymond Moe, 24 - Zumbrola, Minn. --o-LARSON-MARSHAL!, ST. ANSGAR--Ileene Marshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall, and Levi Larson o£ Lyle, Minn., son of Mrs. Louis Larson, were married March 10 at the Norwegian Lutheran parsonage at Lyle by the Rev. O. M. Langehough. The attendants were Nolan Wold and Miss Inez Langehough of Lyle. A reception and dinner were given at the home of the bride's parents, for which immediate relatives of the couple were present. Mr. and Mrs. Larson will reside on his farm, near Lyle. COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERV PURCHASE SUITS Two-piece J a c k e t and Skirt, in bright- colors, as well .as navy and black -fitted above and swinging below--in s o f t , comfortable fabrics you'll wear from now on. Price Range Sizes 1 2 to 40. $12.95 and up to 529.95 Shirts Stay Fresh Longer After Our Careful Laundering Phone 788 CLCANeR.5 · FURRIERS

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