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March 17, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 17 1931 SERVICE CLU B HAS ANNUAL MEETING Marie Fuller Elected Head ofWa-Tan-Ye Club Members Name New Officers at Dinner . Meeting. At the annual meeting of the Wa- Tan-Ye club Monday evening at the Bovalrd tearoom Miss Marie Fuller was "elected president. She replaces Miss Bertha Gould in the office. : Miss Priscilla Swarm was elected vice-president; Miss Elsie Lunsman, secretary, and : Miss' Alice Crlsman, treasurer. Miss Florence O'Leary -was elected as a board member for one year and Mrs. Nell Henry and Miss Bertha Gould, board, members for two years. · The president appointed Miss Bess Mudgett and Miss ^Dolly Story as an auditing committee. Reports of the different committees were given by the chairman following the dinner which was served at 7 o'clock. Self Centered Child , May Be Managed With Tact and Intelligence By AUCCE TODSON PEAUJ la spite of the fact that he was well loved at home a six-year-old who is an only child showed a ten- .dency to be jealous and unhappy if his mother directed the slightest at- '·tention to, any other child. If she took a baby on her lap,\ he asked to ait there too. He was especially jealous of a small cousin who lived nearby. Because the only child is so accustomed to occupying the whole of his parents' attention,-he often finds it. difficult to share even" ever so slightly what he is used to cpnsider-' ing exclusively; as his own. This ' jealous possessiyeness is a quality, which, 'If unchecked, is bound :to make difficult every relationship in life. The little boy mentioned grew quite friendly with his cousin, assuming a fatherly protective tone, after his .mother allowed him to carry to her a bithday present, permitted him to wheel her go-carl when they went out for a walk, and in other little ways helped him to feel important and benign. , There is much, that the mother ox an only child can do to lessen his tendency to bej self-centered and jealous. She can. make a point ol frequently inviting other children to. the house, treating all the children with strict Impartiality where disputes and privileges are concerned :',. Where It ispossible/ it is:.s£rg'opo 1 Ideayto Invite:another..child 'to' stay at the house for several days'at a time. A mother who understands th« tactful approach, can readily make her own child talce pleasure in helping to prepare for the visitor. He will enjoy the thot that he. can show him his toys and the games he likes to play. The normal pleasures of companionship will more than compensate him for the Joas of egocentric satisfactions. · SEYLER-COQK , SWEA CITY, March' IT.--News has been received by Mr. and Mrs. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 2132 By ANNE ADAMS \ Very dainty, and very smart for your best dress, this model with gracefully flared cape collar that forms a V on the front bodice. The skirt in two, tiers is extremely chic. Narrow ribbon is quite Frenchy in place of the usual belt or sash. Pattern 2122 fashions beautifully of embroidered batiste,. georget, voile, Elizabeth crepe or organdy. White for graduation of course, but for . parties the pastel shades are lovely, .either in solid color or printed in contrasting pastel. designs. May be obtained only in sizes 10, 12,. 14,' 16 and 18. Size 10 requires 3% yards of 39 s inch material. v No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size, and. simple, exact instructions are given. ·. , Send 15 cents (15c) for each pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. The new spring and summer pattern catalog features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports anc house dresses, lingerie, pajamas anc kiddies' clothes, also delightful accessory patterns. Price of catalog 15 cents. Catalog with pattern, 25 cents^ Address all mail and orders to Globe-Gazette Pattern Depart ment, 243 West Seventeenth Street New York City. , ' 2122 Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas' Invited. * ' : By MBS. E. E. HUNTER Program of Music, Talks Is Presented Monroe-Washington Group Observes Fathers' Night. More than 35 attended the meeting of the Monroe Washington Child Study circle Monday evening at the Monroe school when fathers' night was observed. . A program was presented including a vocal duet by Mrs. Kenneth Olson and Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson accompanied by Mrs." Enoch A. Norem. The .Rev. .George KJ., .Davies gave a'short talk aha;;the Rev. /P.. W. pfaltjsgraff ;,sang^ accompanied by'Roy Baker. · , '· ··'·' · · · Mrs. ,W. A. Gilmore played a piano solo and Dorothy Durant of Nora Springs gave a reading. Mrs. F B. Reishus gave a vocal solo accompanied by Mrs; Norem. W. P. Butler spoke -briefly. Refreshments were served by a committee including Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Gilbertson, Mrs. Davies, Mrs. Pfaltzgraff, Mrs. H. W. Woodward and Mrs. E.J.-Bryant. St. Patrick's decorations were used. At the next meeting, April 15 at the home of Mrs. Davies there will be election Politic is one of those word which is frequently mispronounce by throwing the' accent on th wrong syllable. The first syllable i the one to be stressed. The word i divided (pol-i-tik) and both I's ar short as in sin. The O is short as i stop. UENTEN SERVICE The first of a series of three Len ten meetings will be held Wednes day evening from 6:45 o'clock 7:15 at the Y. W. C. A. The Re Jewel "Gethsemahe, the Son World." There will be a tray dtone Study Clubs VIeet for Tea or Luncheon ihild Study Club Elects New Officers at Meeting. Social meetings were the orcler of he day among the study clubs Moil- ay afternoon when luncheons and eas were substituted for the regular programs. At the Child Study club Meeting officers were elected includ- ng Mrs. A. M. Saug, president, Mrs. A. V. Clapper, vice-president, Mrs. J. C. Stam, secretary-treasurer, and tfrs. C. W. Gasswint, program ihairmari: ' : Mrs. H. C. Brown was hostess to the Child Study club and Mrs. C. B. Cooper led the devotions and spoka on "Russian Religion." Mrs. Frank Sheffler discussed "Journey Thru Russia" and Mrs. Joseph Johnson, 'The Gang Age." , Luncheon Held. ) Monday club met with Mrs.' R. P Clbugh, 213 Tenth street northwest for luncheon. The assisting hostessea included Mrs. W. H: Hathorn, Mrs K. Davies, Mrs. H. C. Johnson and Mrs. J. A. Wiley. Mrs. J. E. Turner, 404 Second street northwest, was hostess to the H. E. O. club at her home at lun cheoa Monday afternoon. Following a short business meeting a St. Patrick's day program was given. Sleets for Tea. Chautauqua club members met with Mrs. W. V. Loring, 720 Carolina avenue northeast, for tea Monday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Moore was assisting hostess. Mrs. V. A. FarreU was hostess to the Occident club Monday afternoon at her home, 416 First street southeast. The les- ionon "House Decoration" was led by Mrs. F. B. Hathaway who talked on "Furniture" and Mrs. M. G. Wimmer, "Floor Covering." Twentieth Century club met with Mrs. J. E. McDonald, 933 Delaware avenue northeast, when the lesson was led by Mrs. E. J. Peake. At the meeting of the T. A. E. club Monday afternoon Mrs. R. L. Meuwissen, 426 Fourteenth street northwest, the lesson on "Wales" was led by Mrs. Chester O'Neil who spoke on the "General Characteristics," Mrs. A. C. Kluck on the "Welsh People" and Mrs. Herbert Winter, "Legends and Superstitions." COIAEGE Y HEARS TALK AT MEETING Mrs. A. J. Feeney spoke on "A Girl's Room" at the meeting of the College Y Monday at the Y. W. C. A. She stressed the importance of color, arrangement and comfort and pointed out that the room should express the occupant's personality. Lois Meyer led the devotions on "Clothes That Tal 1 :.".' At the business meeting it was decided to send' five girls to the college conference at Iowa State college March 27, 28 and 29. Drink Tea . . for Efficiency Tests have definitely proved that efficiency is increased by consumption oF tea during the afternoon. J. u. aeyier ot cne marriage or ineir son, John, in Chicago, Wednesday to Miss Mable Cook of Arkansas. He is a graduate of the local high school. The young coupe will make its home in Chicago where Mr. Seyler is a pharmacist. A British auto racer has been knighted for his exploits in this country. And all the British heavyweights who ever came over hers have been crowned. -- San Diego Union. of officers. MISS MYRTI-E CARDEY HONORED ON BIRTHDAY · Miss Myrtle Cardey was honored at a birthday party given by her mother, ^Mrs. C. J. Cardey, and her sister Mrs. P. W. Collins, at the home of Mrs. Collins, 103 Thirteenth street northeast, Monday evening. There were 12 "guests and a.St, Patrick's day theme was carried out in the decorations and refreshments. i P n u i^^-^^sggsaEg^ The BIG Package full OF Nourishment SIGNS of the Something* important is bound to happen, when our giant mixers set to work 011 the choicest dairy' products, the freshest juicy fruits, pure sugar, et cetera. Something does! Luxus Ice Cream, Mason City's favored dessert and 'tween-meal delight. SPIRIT YOU'VE MISSED SOMETHING if you huvcn't tried our .now SHERMAN HOUSE CHOCOLATE ICE CltEAM. New Fluvor-- You'll say "HKST EVER." FLOWER PHONE 3782 Duly observed and enjoyed is the Easter that is brightened by flowers. For yourself and others . . '. fresh, fairly-priced flowers . . . from Sandys. SANDY'S FLOWERS 1C FIRST STREET S. E. When You Come to Mason City's Spring Opening . After you've wandered here and there feasting your eyes on all the lovely new spring creations . . . just drop in at any of the leading fountains or restaurants and treat yourself to a dish of LUXUS Ice Cream-no te its delicious flavor and pleasing.refreshingness. ^J*Ti«.%iVVT« IV,.»ir.r» · W**1%V;*£^iVi:.{'lV****it*F«f ·*·**·*« VI · * fell ·* * . . I · M, i SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS MONEY SINCE 1920 or?* - * . -^ COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Fashions 1931 | Spring Opening Wed Eve v March 18 at 7:30 p.M.J V * S ' : - - - - - - 'rti ORANGE PEKOE PEKOE Prayer" following out the genera theme, "Three Great Wonders of th "Fresh from the Gardens" o'clock, for those who wish it. MAKERS OF DELICIOUS LUXUS ICE CREAM Welcome We Extend A Hearty Welcome to All . Teachers Attending the Iowa State Teachers' Convention Make This Store Your 3» Headquarters Every Convenience This Store is at · Your Disposal InAllltsGloryatth In this presentation, you'will obtain the first view of the new fashions and find your own flattering style in new materials and colors. Here is a complete selection of Spring coats, dresses, ensembles and 'accessories that are proof of our leadership in fashion, and of our ability to offer them at the lowest prices. Choose your Easter outfit here with the utmost style assurance. All the highlights of the mode are represented . . . with a freshness that is invigorating and a quality that appeals to every woman of taste. Our low prices make early choosing an economy as well as S£ a triumph in making selection now. fc£ -·

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