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±a«gvga:sfi!i»g^^ TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MEETING Conference on Schedule for May 16 Ten States Will Be 1 Represented During Meeting in Dubuque The first regional conference in tlie middle west, under the auspices of the National Council of Catholic Women, will be held in Dubuque, May 16-17. Catholic women from the states of Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Missouri, Kansas and North and South Dakota will attend the sessions ·which will be devoted to discussions on youth, parent teacher associations, discussion study clubs and rural life. Second of Kind The conference will be the second such conference which has been held by the National Council of Catholic Women, the first being held in San Francisco in 1933. The session May 16 will open with mass, followed by a genera) session with the theme, "Unity Through Federation." The purpose of the regional conference will be explained and there will be an address on "The National Catholic Welfare Conference--Chart and Compass." Discussion Planned A luncheon honoring diocesan presidents and representatives will be followed by a program of discussion on "The Diocesan Council as a Unifying and Co-ordina^ ting Agency," "The Deanery Council--Its Purpose and Value," "Stimulating Parish Organizations," "Diocesan Council Co- Operation with Diocesan Directors of Special Programs," "The National Committee System of the N. C. C. W." and "The National Catholic School of Social Service." An informal dinner and addresses on "Catholic Women's In- iluence in National and International Relations" and "The Influence of the Catholic Church in the Modern World" will conclude the day. Series of Institutes The second day's program will tic opened with mass, followed by s series of institutes on discussion clubs, Parent-Teacher associations, youth and rural life. The noon day luncheon R-ill be for diocesan council spiritual directors, presidents, representatives, chairman of organization and development The institutes conducted in the morning will be reported on in the afternoon. An address on "Capitalizing Results" and a vi=it to IWith Swirl Skirt WOMEN TO BE HELD- Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 3 1 9 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day Columbia museum the conference. will conclude EEVTEIV OF WEKFEL BOOK. TO BE GIVEN Mrs. Robert Glazer was scheduled to review "Harken Unto Thy Voice" by Franz Werfel Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock at the Jewish community center. IF YOU FEEL SUNK Read this and cheer up Are you «o blue that life is no longer worth livmel Do you cry easily? Do you fcellow mean, depressed--just absolutely 5UXK? Then here's good news for ydu in case you need 2 good general system tonic--Ju~" * * famous Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabli i list take le Co m- 2077 Style No. 2077 is designed for sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and M years. Send D o n o r «.£ "^Pattern S pr i ng Fashion magazine 10 cents extra n r , , but address Globe-Gazette Pattern D e - partment, 110 West Nineteenth Street. New York City. Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary Marked by Lake Mills Pair LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson Monday celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary at their farm home south of town, where they have lived for the most part of their married life. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are both in excellent health, and Mr. Thompson rarely misses a daily trip into town. Children are Mrs. Carl Tiedman, near home farm, Mrs. Henry Martin, Albert Lea, Mary of California, Mrs. Erich Thoe of North Dakota, Hans of Convention Plans Made at Meeting P. T. A. Council Committee Heads Prepare for Event Preparations for spring activities were made by the Parent- Teachers council at a meeting Monday afternoon at the Lincoln school with Mrs. W. P. Butler presiding. Lake Mills, and Henry of Miime- Til . e north central district con- apolis. vention will be held March 24 pound. L«t its wholesome herbs and roots help lixtuze build up more physical resistance and tono up your system, BO that it can more easily throw oG the "blues" and cive more energy to enjoy life. MILLIONS of women have depended upon this Compound and have passed the word alone to fronds mi neiebbora, and to their children. Why not take Ptnkbsm'a Compound and so "smiling thru"? PARENT EDUCATION GROUP AT MEETING Garfield Parent Education group held its last meeting at the school Monday evening with Mrs. Dan | Herrick in charge. Reports were ' made on the city wide meeting at Monroe school · -Tandy led the Happy Child." March 24 with Dr. Earl Harper as the principal speaker. Committees in charge of the convention plans in- I elude Mrs. Irwin Repp, dinner and Mrs. Clay lesson on "The TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB HAS MEETING Twentieth Century club met Monday with Mrs. O. A. Lueder= 19 Fifth street northwest, for a program including current events by Mrs. George Willis Hill and a magazine review by Mrs W 1 Westfall. " ' ' ord rmnn. Mrs. A. book. Mrs. registration, Mrs. publicity. G. Krager, rec- Neal Garrison. W. C. Evans, Consumer's Problem Is Study Topic University Women Hold Meeting at Bovaird Tearoom The study of consumer's problems being conducted by the Mason City branch of the American Association of University Women was continued at the branch meeting Monday evening at the Bovaird tearoom. Miss Eleanor Hazlett spoke on "Consumer's Research in Cosmetics and Drugs," pointing out that the buyer has a right to know the ingredients of the product he buys and if they are riot printed on the labe! or the druggist cannot tell him, it is better not to buy. More Pleasant Task Discussing toothpastes, Miss Hazlett said that they make the task of brushing the teeth more pleasant, but that they do not save the user from having to go to the dentist. She spoke of harmful ingredients sometimes found in toothpastes such as abrasives, too much soap, starch or sugar preparations, sodium perborate or potassium chlorate. Concerning mouthwashes, the speaker said that there isn't one which is harmful but actually they are of little use. "Hair oils are not harmful if used with common sense, but the greatest advantage in them is that in -using them, you massage the scalp," she said. "Liquid soap s the most convenient for sham- 300. Cocoanut soaps lather profusely, but they are irritating to some scalps. Soaps which contain alcohol are good in the treatment of dandruff. Tar soap is merely cocoanut soap with a tar smell. Soapless shampoos are harmless. Soap Is Antiseptic ' "If you are buying a germicidal soap, you are not getting your money's worth. Soap in itself is a mild antiseptic without the addition of special germicides. "Cosmetics are actually useful and beneficial if correctly used. The only dangerous preparations are hormone creams, bleaches, and some astringents. Face powder, cold cream, cleaning cream, lipstick, rouge, hand lotions and talcums are harmless." Political Refugees Miss - ·· - jSays "Goodbye" to Y. W, Bertha Krause poses in the parlors of the Y. W C A as she ' and W^WWS SSW^A^ fom 3 tn' group was presented to her by Mrs. Addie Eas'ton who wasZ»^ secretary during much of the time that Bertha was housemaid A made "P ot Pictures of the girls she has known members was also presented to her ' The ..- presented to her. Rpvnnirf plosram a!!0 included marimba selections by Lucille Reynolds, accomapmed by Jane Patton Ductile yellow ·md at v" 1 ft n pr ?5 ded , at the te . 5 tab!e which was decorated forming'the centerpiece. spring flowers and yellow tapi She is home with her sister in tapers ilis where she will make her Tag Sale Planned by Daughters of Civil War Vete: fans Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil war, Dorothea L. Dix Tent No. 42. met Monday evening in the 40 and B club rooms and plans were made for the annual tag sale. Nominating Committee' Appointed Membership Contest at Madison School Ends at Meeting The nominating committee \va= appointed to include Miss Lena Nicholas, chairman, Mrs. Lester Milligan and .Mrs. Dan Herrick Miss Emma Rehm and Mrs. L. A. Lysne were named to the auditin" committee. The last meeting o£ the council for the year will be a dinner in May with the hospitality committee comprising M m e s . Ray Pauley, Howard O'Leary and G. H. Keister in charge. On the program committee will be Mme=. M L. Payne, L. B. Eaton and Curtis Kennedy, school the recent issue of the Journal of the A. A. U. W., commenting on the announcement of the Denver convention to be held June 18 to 23 and the international convention of university women to be held in Stockholm. She spoke of the scholarships for political refugee students being established in colleges and discussed the article on the opportunities for university women of western Europe Miss Gladys Price spoke on the work of the committee on the le»al and economic status of women At the close of the evening 'the hostesses. Mrs. O. A. George and Miss Grace Barnard, served refreshments. r Miss Irene~6kland , Is Bride at Church R A.K E--Miss Irene Okland daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iver Okland. and Marion Halverson ;on of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Halverson were married at the Liberty Lutheran church March 11 by the Rev. N. Okerland. Miss Eutenna Okland of Austin Minn., sister of the bride, and Arden Halverson, brother o£ thi ing of tl ,,,,..,,,, The council will have charge "of a card party April 6 at the P. G and E. Initiation and installation will be held at the next regular meeting and the hostesses for miscellaneous birthday, shower for the social hour will be Mrs. Mary Faktor, Miss Helen Baugh, Mrs. Bell Farmer and Juanita Rettinghouse. Bits About 'Em Miss Helen M. O'Neill, 146 Fifteenth street northwest, has received a civil service appointment to Mhe Veterans administration bureau, Washington, D. C. Miss O'Neill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Neill. Clarion, is a graduate of the Hamilton School o[ Commerce and has been employed j Amen. j Mrs. L o u ! nurse, spoke ] round-up. ..ith the president, Mrs. Ted Sears in charge. During the business''ses- sion, a nominating committee was appointed to include Mrs. Charles Swanson,. chairman, Mrs. Melvin Bailey and Mrs. F. G. Rogers. It was announced, that Mrs. Delos Bartell's side had won the membership contest and that Mrs. Clarence Kittleson's losing team will give a party in April. The program included a piano solo by Phyllis Ulen, dancing by Beth Carter's pupils, accompanied by Mrs. W. A. Carter. Donna Perry performed a waltz tap, Maxine Pittinger, a song and tap, Yvonne and Barbara Davis, a tap dance. Miss Eleanor Prescott had the lesson on "Methods of Reading in Modern Schools.'' She said that the child is taught to read first for thought and later to master the ; bridegroom, w e r e attendants. on the pi t'r'i'irT* « r · r- ·', M ,-» B. o. t. LLUB pren and Ervin Halverson, cousins of the bridegroom, were ushers. The bride, who wore a pale blue net formal gown and veil", entered with her father to the "Lohengrin' wedding march played by Mrs. Justin Torgeson of Bode r r th , e ° fflces of the Iowa creameries. mecha " ical side ' She Miss Ruth Bliss has arrived from Des Moines for a visit with her mother, Mrs. W. L. Bliss, 138 Tenth street northwest. * » * Mr. and Mrs. Harley G- Weber, 1311 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, went to Ackley Tuesday for the fOneral of Mr. Weber's cousin Ward Gresslin, which was held in the Presbyterian church there at 2 o'clock. Mr. Gresslin, a graduate student at the University of Minnesota. p re-school S The Rev. s. O. Sorlien =anr; "O Perfect Love'' and "O Promise Me' preceding the ceremony and fatally injured of the when he was forced to jump dur- rVW" 1 "?, which destroyed the , .. ^«=. ,,, ,,,,,«« «i, s . r,. j , ..,, ..._ t ^,.. u ,,, a ,,u , Vt- u P- sl!on fraternity house in ! ant who spoke on her trip Inna Mae Okland, sister of the ' «; linne ap°" ! - "e was employed by j Europe, commenting chiefly "1 Love You Trulv" ': Armm »'s here for a time last year, her vbi bl ' id °' ?ang j following the ceremony. finest silk twisted 3 times mor» than for the usual chiffont HOLEPROOF L u x u ria C r e p e new Flatter/ foryo'jrlegjin *»;9 crepes by HoEeproof. Sheer, dear, s:r,orlly dull... they accsnl allurina curves. And they wear surprisingly well because o! the Luxuno Crepe!. Newest fashion-right shade;. . cross ;,-,cj ,'col.i frto a 2-!.irecd, wean III. ^ Lcce ru7.i!3 3 top. STARLIGHT- A li!=., S-.-.'irflca feea-vV /or Your no:l gla-oroL- houn. Iocs' runifoo top. 15 d3 U b.Vc«rfScd by Good Hou: .' tK. Fabric, !*,;,«, BC B B Shoes 105 North Federal . At a Dutch treat meeting of t h e j The bride and bridegrom are ! Ru '- s - Francis Darkind. 516*Elcv- I Nassau. : Doth graduates of the local high j enui s t''pet northeast, has left for ' work done this year and illustrated the development of thought and interest in certain subjects by the display of booklets which children had made. Community singing closed t h e program and a social hour followed. Hostesses were Mme's. J. W. Johnson, Delos Bartell, Charles Myers and H. R. Nesje. --o-TJ. G. L. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. PATTON Mrs. Walter Patton entertained the U. G. L. club at luncheon Monday and Inter the group went to the C. R. Patton home where the program was given. Mrs. B. A. Webster presented Mrs. H. J. Brv- "to on H. to it to Rome. Wagner talked on Mr?. E. her trip Box Swagger COATS · NEW FABRICS · NEW STYLES $g.95 $9.95 Just slip Into one of them ana appreciate the s t y l e and economy. The FAIR N'ext to Walsrecns M. II. ZEBKEK. Prop. B. C. C. club at the home of La Donna Vandi Veer. 211 First street school. They will southwest, Monday evening, oKi- west of Rake. A , cers were elected including Miss Alameda Walter, president; Miss Nora Sumner, vice president; Miss Theo Vandi Veer, secretary, and Miss Ann Stephan, treasurer. The officers will be installed at the April meeting at the home of Miss Walter, 715 George avenue southeast. Miss Ruth was assisting hostess. Monahan live on a farm ' 1 les Moines to visit her parents, reception was i Mr - and Mr s- R. T. Kinneman. held in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony with 50 guests attending. ·--o-- DUB-DEB CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Miss Alice Schlick, 610 Connecticut avenue southeast, was hostess to the Dub-Deb club at her home Monday evening. Bridge was I played with Miss Louise Kern 1 getting high and traveling prizes and Mrs. Merlin Parks, low. St. Patrick's colors were carried out · -,,.... h . in the decorations. Guest's inclurlrrl ' T - ' J . --«,-·· "'^ Miss Phyllis Knap,,. Miss Doris ' ^" n °$ Le TM y Rasrr,u,« S cn. Madi- Birdsell and JIiv. .fames E. Cheno- i rl £", , a , H ''s»k. Garner, weth. u?"'" ge S TM el; - Kanawha: Aim- Hill and Lowell Ellson. Roland' Thelma Hardorre. Lcnark 111' WEDDINGS PERFORMED AT CHUKCII IN VALE NASHUA -- Marriages p e r formed by the Rev. William Kent at the Little Brown church included those of Ruth Gragert. Dows, and Paul Osborne, Pierson: Irene B. Lindquist and Ray T. Crabnelson. Lake Lillian. Minn · Lucille A. Layland. and R. Norman Hansen. DCS Moincs: Florence Olson and Henry Ode, De- Irene Marian Fergen and ;md LaMoinc 111. Mowrcy, Shannon. Pu! your figure piobtem in the bonds of :hi$ capable, carefully trained woman. Lei her show you how easy it is to have an attractive figuie through the Cham method of personalized figure imptovcmenf. Arrange now for a free Rgurc analysis in the privacy of yourhome. 'Phone orcallofter 4P. M. the_church "parlors Monday"eve- I LadieS - PLUCK YOUR MISS J I A K I K I_ n'l.I.F.K MRS. BEATRICE M A R S H II 1 : Ttvctltri Street X. W. Plinne ?^tfi-J BKOTHERIIOOD MEETS AT GRACE CHURCH The Albright brotherhood of the [ ' ! Grace Evangelical church met hur ning for a business session and i , social hour with the members of eVEDfOWS WltKoilt rnrhirnl the Manly brotherhood as guesls. t J r c u l U r ' a n U H U U l 101111161 F, C. Hencman talked on Boy Scouting. The next meeting will be April 10 in the church parlors. ROBERTS-McK IXJfE Y BRISTOW--Miss Lucille Me- Kinney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. McKinney. was married . to Raymond Roberts, son of Mr. i and Mrs. Henry Roberts, at the j office of the justice of the peace j in Allison March R. The bride :md bridegroom both attended the i Bri*tmv Kc-hool. --o-CONTRACT DUPLICATE CLUB HOLDS MEETING At the Contract Duplicate club meeting Monday evening at tile Hotel Hanford. Mrs. Al Tibeau and Miss Harriet Gearhart were winners north and south and E. H. Sabin and J. O. E. Johnson Nbrfhwood, runners-up. Winners east and west were Mrs. David Convey and Mrs. Charles Grnman and runners-up, Mrs. A. R. Finley and Mrs, Lester Dibble. --o-During 1937 and [938 Louisiana granted ten-year exemptions from taxes to new industries built at a cost of SGO.OOO.OOO, HAPPY HEARTS CLUB TO MEET ON WEDNESDAY A lesson in manicuring will be given at the meeting of the Happy Hearts club Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The club is for any high school girl who is interested. The program will begin with an half hour of gym, followed by the manicure lesson which is a part of the club's year's study on personality. Every other Wednesday^ the club members do handi- next handicraft at the meeting is secretary- club which is sponsored by Miss Lottie Swear- mgen, Mrs. .Milton Decker and Mrs. Marvin'Welter. Mc- Gmty and Virginia Elwood are in charge of the program for Wednesday and Bernice Madsen and Peggy Erskine, the publicity craft and the period will be March 22. Rovine Bailey treasurer of the Social Calendar TUESDAY Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S. _ 5:30 o'clock, Masonic temp'le social hour, 6:30 o'clock, membership dinner; 7:30 o'clock initiation. F ' Velehrad-- 7:30 o'clock, P. G. and E. audi- a TM b . C a r d Party ' bridge Clio club-- x Mrs. H. L. Knesel.. 120 Fourth street northwest, M i s s Ruth Stevens, 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, Harlan Girton. Baptist T. AV. A.-6:30 o'clock, Agnes Compton, 8 Second street southwest, p o t luck supper. St. Barbara's circle -8 o'clock, Mrs. T. L. Connor, 604 Massachusetts avenue southeast. Jewish Community Center 8:15 o'clock, review of Franz AVerfel's "Hearken Unto Thy Voice," by Mrs. Robert Glazer. WEDNESDAY Free Methodist W. M. S.-2:30 o'clock, church, talk by the Rev. L. O. Florence of Wilmar, Ky. Hook and Needle club 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ed A T eu 618 Third street northeast. St. James circle No. 1-- Mrs - Eui °tt, - ' sixth street southeast .Hardint Parent Educatio 7:30 o'clock, school Queen of Clubs -1 o'cIock.'Eadmar hotel, Mrs. M. A. Harpsrer, Caivary Home ciety-- Missionary so- 1 o clock, Mrs. Maurice Zander, 803 V' 2 East State street. Freeman Ladies' aid 1 o'clock, Mrs. Glen Mensch. Centra! Lutheran West group · 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Glen Bringolf __ 1129 West State street. St. Veronica's circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. H. Cheesman, 20 Linden drive. Trinity Lincoln circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. A. Quisling, 725 Eleventh street northeast. Mrs. K. H. Larson, assisting P. E. O. chapter GN-Mrs Karl Waggoner, Mrs. Don Wieder, Mrs. Ira Stinson. hostesses, Mrs. C. C. Palmeter, lesson. P. E. O. chapter DZ-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. S. Stanbery, 915 Delaware avenue northeast, lesson, Mrs. Max Walker, Mrs. Sumner White. L. A. of B. of R. T.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hal! P. G. ami E. EMPLOYES CLUB WILL MEET Members of the P. G. and E. Employes club will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the P. G. and E. auditorium with the entertainment in charge of Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Roderick, Mr. and Mrs Deivey Harris. Mr. and Mrs. John Jodan, Roy Martin Jr. and Rex Harpster. On the refreshments committee will be Mr. and Mrs. Waited Thomas, Mr Cliff Mott and Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi Hears Health Talk Sorority Conducts Meeting at Hanford; Plans for Supper lowa Alpha Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held a business and education meeting at the Hotel Hanford Monday evening, "Environment, Health, Work and Play" was the title of the lesson given by Miss Lois Meyer. In regard to environment, she explained that just as the trees depend upon their environment of soil, moisture, sunshine and wind for their growth so do we depend upon our environment for our physical and personality development. Mighty Force "Throughout the ages, physical environment has been a mighty force affecting all forms of life,"" she said. "Our ancestors measured their pii3 r sical environment by distances they could cover on foot or see with the naked eye. Today we can hold the world in our hands, as it were, and look and listen. Human knowledge and ingenuity have brought about these miracles. But material things are not enough to make us masters of our environment; we must also have social co-operation, health, and early relationships with parents, brothers and sisters. She quoted Tennyson's statement from 'Ulysses,' 'I am a part of all that I have met' with respect to both embodies and our minds." Health is probably the most essential thing in life according to Miss Meyer. She pointed out th» fact that two men might have the same operation, same physician, under the same care, yet one might die and the other live. There is a certain vitality which some men seem to possess which carries them on--that vitality seems dependent upon the nervous system rather than the muscular. She listed several rules of health prescribed by a physician to delay the coming of old age. Sleep Is Recreation Recreation is creation and sleep itself is a recreation. The sounder the sleep the more health is recuperated. "In order that our minds can act with vigor and alacrity when required," said Miss Meyer, "it is necessary that they should have frequent intervals" of recreation and rest. The bow cannot always be bent, otherwise its elasticity will be injured. The Apostle John asked a hunter who chanced to pass his dwelling one day why he- did notalways Jceep his bowibent-V ^Because it would lose its strength' if it were always strung' was the reply. 'Well,' rejoined the Apostle, 'it would be the same with my mind; if 1 gave it no relaxation' it would in like manner soon lose its force.' Thus idleness is not all idleness. Overcome Difficulties "With regard to work, Theodore Roosevelt said 'In this life the job that is easy to do is not very well worth while doing. I pity no man because he has to work. If he is worth his salt, he will work. I envy the man who has a work worth doing and is doing it well. The only work worth doing is done by those men, those women, who learn not to shrink from difficulties, but to face them and overcome them.'" Miss Meyer used M. E. Bennett's book. "Building Your Life" for her reference material. Plans were made for a pot luck supper to be held next Mondav evening at the home of Mrs Fred Ebeling. _ Election of officers for the coming year will be the feature of the next regular meeting to be held at the Hotel Hanford March 27 Mrs. Claude Sinnett will lead the educational program with a lesson on personality and relationship. --o--· Plymouth Father, Son Banquet to Be Held Friday Night PLYMOUTH--The Father-Son* banquet will be Friday night at the Methodist church dining rooms. A program will be given and games played. "NO-WINC" PLEASES THOUSANDS "Relieves eyebrow plucking pain," say users of "XO-WINC" -- (hat quick acting local dcsensitizer that stops after pain. Use it as leading beauty shops do! Limited introductory offer--S2.00 tube "XO- WIXC" and trial size Hollywood Nihtwiml Perfume only SI.DO · postpaid. Rush your order today! ! Hollywood H.vscnic Products Co. .' Dept. 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