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April 7, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 7 TWENTY-ONE ETY McKlNLKY SUMMER ROUNDUP IS HELD Forty-six children were examined at the summer roundup conducted at McKinley school Monday. Dr. H. W. Barbour, Dr. C. E. Dakin and Dr. R. E. Brisbine were in charge, · assisted by Miss Hattie Lymenstahl, . Mrs. H. Stewart and Mrs, Mettler. ^Mothers working were Mrs. P. i Greenen, Mrs. M. J. Caponi and Mrs. ! E. Stevenson. --·:·-- TISS RUTH ROBERTS jONORED AT PARTY ; Miss Ruth Roberts was honored at ia. surprise birthday party given Monday evening by Mclvin Ft'clund at the' home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Prelund, 1411 Rhode Island avenue northeast. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Elmer Roberts and Miss Evelyn Ewers and consolation prizes to Miss Ruth Roberts and Leonard Clatt. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served and gifts presented to Miss Roberts. 85 CLUB MEETS FOB DINNER PARTY 85 club members met at the Presbyterian church Monday evening for a 6:30 o'clock dinner with Mr. Special Easter Values! Smart Apparel at Great Savings Tomorrow! S U I T S Stunning Fabrics and Tailoring! Distinctive 3-piece wardrobe suits . . . authentic models with fur-trimmed collars or cuffs . . . flattering swagger styles . . . clever mannish types . . . smart navy suits--outstanding in quality and workmanship! COATS Latest Weaves, Patterns, Colors! Splendid for Easter--sporty swagger models in bright plaids or new solid colors--marvelous dressy coats with fur trimmings--smart Chesterfields in mannish versions! DRESSES Fashioned with Striking Originality! $7-95 7 AH the new ideos of Spring-vivid prints, smart navies, glorious colors in large variety of jacket models--accent- ina the latest sleeve and neckline treatments! Special Thrift Assortment! DRESSES Act quickly if you want a better quality dress at a fraction of actual value! ACTUAL VALUES TO S12.95 and Mrs. A. C. Hagcrman, Mr. and Mrs. George Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. William Earlcy in charge. "Three Little Girls in Blue" dance was Riven by Patty Ann LaGassc, Irene Sweeney and Vesta Sue Brownell. The remainder c spent informally. ESAREY-MORKIS NASHUA--The Rev. William Kent officiated at the marriage at the Little Brown church for Ljllie Morris and Sol H. Esarey, both of Independence. SOCIAL CALENDAR"! Crown Prince of Germany Popular Leader of Reich TUESDAY Tu-Spot :luu-- 6:30 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Mrs, Ralph Connelly, Mrs. Ccdric Connelly, hostesses, T. N. T. c,liil-- 6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Cli(v club-Mrs. Harry Page, 115 Connecticut avenue southeast. Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S.-7:30 o'clock. Masonic temple, stated meeting followed by refreshments, social hour. East Side Social circle-S o'clock, Mrs. Dwight Roderick, 932 Carolina avenue northeast; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Allen, assisting. Jewish Hadassah-8 o'clock Jewish Community Center. Phoenician cluh-- 8 o'clock, Miss Helen Abel, hostess, Hotel Hanford. Moose lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall. WEDNESDAY So What club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. L. A. Lysne, 31 Kentucky avenue southeast. Fortnightly club-1:45 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Hass, 1 Taylor avenue southwest. Degree of Honor Carnation club-Postponed. K. N. A. Drill team-2 o'clock. Moose hall, Mrs. C. A. Budworth, chairman. Woodman Circle Beryl Grove No. 135-2 o'clock, Mrs. R. L. Purington, 622 First street southeast, Miss Blanch Eakin, state manager, Mrs Elizabeth Barkhurst White, district manager. Supreme Forest Woodman circle, guests. W. C. T. U-Postponed, Social Hour club-Mrs. Art Bauer, hostess, at Mrs. Dorothy Kellogg'3. Madison P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school. I. O. F.-S o'clock. Moose hall. McKinley P. T. A-2:30 o'clock, school. Vlach Appointed as New Police Chief for Cedar Rapids CEDAR RAPIDS, UP)---Robert J. Vlach, automobile salesman and commander of Hanford post of the American Legion, Tuesday was appointed chief of police here by W. C. Benesh, newly elected commissioner of public safety. Vlach succeeds Ray Tapper who has served two years. Don Hines, former assistant city solicitor, was made city attorney when Harry S. Johnson, city attorney, requested that he be relieved of part of his -work in order to devote more time to the Cedar Rapids Baseball association, Western league entry of which he is president. Johnson was appointed assistant city attorney. Eldest Son of Kaiser Who Abdicated Lives Life to Full. (EDITOR'S NOTE: Whether or not his destiny is ever to be emperor of Germany, a busy athlete of 55, who looks SO years younger, lives life to the full. The following story tells of the widespread activities of Friedrich Wilhelm Hohenzollcrn, whose father abdicated; how lie punches the bag, golfs, swims, drives racing cars and locomotives and withal manages the vast family business Interests, Involving farming, manufacturing anil other Hues). By LOUIS P. LOCHNKK. '.Oipj'HsM, 1936, ty 'ftie Associated rref-* POTSDAM--A passionate love of the outdoor life has made Crown Prince Wilhelm, the former kaiser's eldest son, tie youngest looking- man of almost 55 in Berlin society. Were it not for the silver gray hair^ which, adorns his interesting, Frederick-the-Great-Jike head, Jiobody would 'think of him as a quinquag- enarian. His slim, supple, athletic figure is that of a young: man in the twenties: his tanned, unruffled face gives evidence of an ever youthful constitution. When he appears at a public function in tile smart uniform of a deaths head Hussar or the dapper, tailless full dress of a naval regiment, he is easily the center of attraction, barring not even popular leaders of the third reicfl. Cheers Go Up. If perchance his dashing Merce des limousine gets into a traffic jam and the people see at the steering wheel the man who seemed destined to rule a mighty natioin, cheers go up and men and women in every walk of life hail him. Often he can be seen with the Crown Princess Cecilie at the opera or in Philharmonic nail. Immedi- iml in talkies, appeals to the crown irinctt greatly. Said he: "1 think such pictures as ..iiggk-s of Red Gap 1 or 'It Happened One Night' or 'His Last Command' are simply priceless. 1 consider Clark Gable a marvellous actor. Only recently 1 saw him again in 'China Seas.' " Though in one sense a gentleman of leisure against his own will, the crown prince finds plenty to do to run the vast estates of the Hohen- zollern family and to apportion the family funds equitably and economically. For this, he must have a knowledge of farming, forestry, housing- and factory administration, for the Hohenzollern interests cm- brace all these. FRIEDRICH WJLHELM. concerned with works on military and historical subjects." American humor, both in novels Flynn Again Seeking Representative Post DKCORAH--.Ion Flynn. Winne- sliich c o u n t y representative in the state legislature, has iinnounced his candidacy for re-nomination on the democratic ticket. W. P. Knowl- Uin. veteran school m a n . is a republican candidate for this office. Receive Low Bid. WASHINGTON, (/Pi--The tre?_s- iiry received a low bid of JdB.STS from James I. Barnes of Logansport Ind., for construction of a new posloffiee at Wavcrly, Iowa. PIE PROBLEM OF INDUSTRIALISTS Officials and Stockholders of U. S. Sleel Hold Annual Meeting. By THOMAS B. FLANAGAN Associated Press Financial Writer HCBOKEN, N. J., (/P--Once a year a handful of Uie counti-y's major industrialists sit at sandwiches, pie and coffee with their shareholders. The scene is a dingy small room on the fifth floor of an old bank in Hoboken. the time noon or thcie- abouls and the participants the chairman, president, officials and Ftochholdci-s "f the $1.00.000,000 United States Steel corporation. This year, in addition to the questions of operating rates, demand for heavy steels and dividends, the problem of pie arrested not a lit- Uc attention. White haired and portly Chairman Myron C. Taylor touched oft the subject. In noting the passing of one of the corporation's veteran shareholders, he recalled that the latter at a. previous meeting had novoil for the inclusion ot pump- in pie on the traditional annual luncheon menu. At Monday's stockholders meet- inTM it was noted thut pumpkin, custard and apple pie weic served and that the latter brand quickly roaa to a premium. Keep it handy for Chafed HAS FORD ACCENT POTSDAM, /Pt--There are many accents in the English language, of which the Oxford is well known, but it now appears that a new one has developed--the Ford accent. Prince Wilhelm, eldest son of the former kaiser, subject of the accompanying feature by Louis P. Lochner of the Associated Press foreign staff, is a noted linguist. In fact, his excellent English has given rise to a bon mot by his second son, Prince Louis Ferdinand. The prince had worked for a year at the Ford works in Dearborn. Returning on the same ocean liner with Fritz Kreisler, the famous violinist, and Mrs. Kreisler, he was reproached by Mrs. Kreisler for his English, "Why do you use such terrible middle western slang"" Mrs. Kreisler asked him. "Why don't you speak English like your father?" Quick as a flash Louis Ferdinand riposted: "You see, madam, my father speaks with an Oxford accent. I speak with a Ford accent." Miss Madeline Shade, known as Mira Ben, Gandhi's English disciple, has announced that she never will again travel by automobile unless out of "sheer urgency in the service of Mahatma Gandhi." 3 SOUTH FEDERAL THIS NATURAL FOOD GENTLY REGULATES YOUR SYSTEM Furnishes Needed "Bulk" for Regular Habits Yonr doctor will tell you that keeping healthy depends far more on proper diet than on drugs, that common constipation is usually due to insufficient "bulk" in meals, and that patent medicines give you only temporary relief. Kellogg's A L L - B R A N supplies gently acting "bulk" which corrects the cause of common constipation.* This "bulk" takes up moisture, forming a soft mass which helps to cleanse the system. ALL-BRAN gives your body the regular inicrivd exercise it needs to prevent sluggishness. An,-BRAN also furnishes vitamin B and iron. Studies on normal men and women have shown that this delicious cerea! is perfectly satisfactory. Serve ALL-BRAN regularly for regularity, with milk or cream--or use in cooking. Two tablespoonfuls daily are usually sufficient. Consult your doctor if you do not gain relief this way. ALL-BRAN is much more effective than part-bran products. Get ALL-BRAN at your grocer's. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. dm It "inatfirienl "bulk,' ately there is a craning of necks and rapidly the message spreads, "the imperial family is here tonight." "I love the outdoor life," the crown prince replied to a question as to his hobbies. "I am fond of hiking, hunting and outdoor sports generally. I used to play tennis a great deal, but more lately have taken to golf. Only this morning 1 put in two hours at the Wannsee Golf club. I don't think one can do both tennis and golf successfully, so I've given up tennis in favor of golf." Retains Membership. The Hohenzollern scion retains his membership, however, in the Red- White Tennis club where Bill Tilden, Helen Moody and other stars of the racket have seen him sitting in the grandstand and watching every drive with the interested eye of a connoisseur of the game. The day does not start, however, with golf. An early riser in his charming- castle Cecilienhof near Potsdam, which reminds one of English manor houses, the crown prince first goes through a set of exercises at the punching bag. Another form of exercise of which Crown Prince Wilhelm is very fond is motoring Just for the fun of it. he has entered his car in amateur races on more than one occasion. He Loves Motoring. Love of motoring results not so much from a passion to?- driving as from a love for everything that has tc do with machinery. Tiic crown prince studied machinery and electrical engineering at the Charlottenburg Polytechnical Institute during his student days, after completing a broad general education at historic old Bonn university. Since then he has retained an absorbing interest in mechanical inventions of every kind, on land, sea, and in the air, and a penchant for stream lined locomotives. "I like to run a railway engine, he said, "although I confess that at first it is a queer feeling to sit at the throttle." Also fond is the crown prince of the English language that he rather prefers English novels to those in any other language. "Rudyard Kipling," he said, "James Oliver Curwood, who is a personal friend of mine and who visited us with his family at Cecilicnhof. and Laurie Y. Erski'ne ars some of my favorites. I also love historical novels and exposes, such as Duff Cooper's 'Talleyrand.' I,iU-s American Mumnr. 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