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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1937
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ROBERTSON IS VICE PRESIDENT Elected at Annual Meeting of Iowa Engineering Society. R. E. Robertson, county engi- ner, and Raymond Zack, district engineer of the highway commission here, were elected to offices by the Iowa Engineering socety at the annual meeting ot the organization at Des Moines. Mr. Robertson was elected a vice president and Mr. Zack, director. T. R. Agg of Ames, dean of engineering at Iowa State college, has been elected president A. A. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH' 4 · 1937 Baustian; Sioux City, was elected one o£ the two vice presidents. Oilier directors elected for the 20 districts of the society for the ensuing year include: O. W. Crowley, Des Moines; Don L. Teal, Des Moines; A. H. Welters, Des Moines; C. Coykendall, Ames; L. W. Mahone, Ames; \V. O. Price, Ames; W. H. Behrens, Cedar Rau- ids; A. H. Holt, Iowa City; E. E. Schenk, Waterloo. E. Z. Welden, Iowa Falls; F. P. G. Halbfass, Muscatine; J. L. Hyland, Osceola; E. L. Kaser, Adel; L. N. Hintgen, Sioux City; A. H. Cunningham, Storm Lake; A. L. Thornton, Pocahontas; H. V. Pederson, Marshalltown. Ice Cream Makers. The University of Illinois, Urbana, announces a short course in ice cream manufacture, Feb. 23-26. Gorgeous Presented Tomorrow! Distinctive SUITS Jaunty Fur-Trimmed or Tailored Types! $ Captivating suits with exquisite Spring furs or smart man- tailored types . . . clever, swagger models . . . jaunty two and three-piece styles . . . many with, new ballerina backs --all so flattering in the new fabrics and colors! Individual COATS ; ._..: Glever Swagger or Fitted Models! Marvelous swagger types in the new Spring lengths smart fitted ballerina coats in graceful flared styles stunning models in Feather Shag or Fleece fabrics--featuring novel stitched shoulders and collars! All new bright hues! Flattering DRESSES Capturing the Spirit of Spring! Gorgeous print dresses wilh light or dark backgrounds . . . vivid spaced prints . . . one or'two-piece frocks in navy, thistle, beige . . . exquisite nets over prints . . . embroidered taffetas . . . dainty laces--each an authentic new Spring creation! \ CLEARANCE OF WINTER COATS 95 Priced for Immediate disposal! Jaunty sport coats flattering dressy coats . . . luxuriously furred coats ' smart untrimmed coats--all tailored to perfection from durable materials! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. NINE I E T Y Art Exhibit at Library Is of'Shins JL Nautical Pictures Are Hung for Display in Assembly. Miss Edith Blissett of the library staff Thursday morning arranged an exhibit of ship pictures in the assembly room of the Mason City public library. Many of them are in color and will interest all the persons who spend the summer at Clear Lake, in Michigan or Minnesota or are fortunate enough to go to the seashore. A group of sail boats racing for America's cup is shown. The first challenger for this cup is pictured in a print from a water color by W. G. Wood. In- the regatta of Aug. H. 1870, she is heading for the outer mark with Magic, Idler, Dauntless and America passing her (in order named) homeward bound. There are five color prints by Gordon Grant. Two fine lithographs by Bob White "City of New York Yards Squared" and "Yards Cocked--City of New York" are on one screen. There is a group of pictures from the work of Frank Vining Smith who has won wide recognition by his brilliant marines. His boyhood was spent at Monument Beach on Buzzards Bay. rich in sea lore, peopled with retired shippers and when the traditions of the sea were bred in the blood. This exhibit will be interesting not only to all who enjoy art but also to boys who build boats, to those who sail them- and to the people who love the water and delight in watching the boats skimming over the sea or lake. In addition to the ship pictures the latest landscape by Grant Wood is on display. This mounted print is a g i f t of the Hertzberg Bindery to the Mason City public library. This picture was bought recently by Alexander Woollcott. BIRTHDAY DINNER FOR IMISS 5HANOR Mhe Misses Mary Chuick, Ann Stephen and Ethel Johnson entertained at dinner Wednesday evening at Miss Johnson's apartment, 238 First street southwest, RONDO "Rond" and "tend" go the curving tows o! stitching to make Ihq distinctly new collar. Even Ihe shouldersoams streamline into carves. "Bond" goes a bell -- and there you a r e -- t u r n e d oul like a million for only $19.90 GUAra/ileed EarJ-Glo - , Look lor Ihe Label New Tyrolean Silhouet GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Fitted Bodice and Full Skirt Recall Peasant Frocks; Attractive Attire for Spring Wear. You can wear this sheer navy blue dirndl dress right through the spring and summer. This quaint picturesque peasant fashion occupies first place in the heart of every younger fashionable. The all around skirt fulness is so flattering to the youthful figure. The shoulders puffed out, minimize the waistline. The little girl collar and cuffs are of snowy white pique. The self-material r u f f l e is picot-edged. A peasant crepe print silk is also captivating for this simple to sew dress. Complete diagrammed dfess- making chart included,, makes it ever so quick to sew. Style No. 2615 is designed for sizes 12, 14, 16, IB, 20 years, 30 32, 34, 36 and 38 inches bust. Size 16 requires 4'% yards of 30 inch material with % yard of 39 inch contrasting and 2% yards of lace edging for collar and cuffs. 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 magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents a copy. You will find it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring outfit, and your early summer cottons. You have only to study yourself and take your choice, for there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the new models. Book costs 10 cents. Send for it today. Book and pattern together, 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department. 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. honoring Miss Henrietta Shanor on her birthday. The occasion was also Miss Johnson's birthday. The evening was spent in bowling. MAYORlSPEECH BRINGS PROTEST German Embassy Object to LaGuardia's Remarks About Hitler. WASHINGTON, (#)--The German embassy protested to the state department T h u r s d a y against a speech made in New York Wednesday by Mnynr F. H. La Guardia in which he was quoted as referring to Adolf Hitler. Dr. Hans Thompson, counsellor of the embassy, filed the protest with James Clement Dunn, chief of the slate department's western European division, on direct instructions from Berlin. German sources here said the mayor's speech was regarded as an insult tn the German nation. La Guardia was quoted as having suggested at a luncheon of the women's division of the American Jewish congress that the 1939 New York world fair have" a "chamber of horrors" in which a European political figure he described as "that brown-shirted fanatic" would be the chief exhibit. Dunn promised the embassy at- tache that the whole matter would be brought immediately io the attention of Secretary Hull. Accept Resignation of Mott From State Historical Bureau DES MOINES, (JP) -- Q. E. Klingaman, incoming slate curator, said Thursday he had accepted the resignation of David C. Mott of DCS Moines, for the last 18 years editor ot the annals of Iowa in the state historical department. Mott, a republican, said he resigned after Governor Kraschcl wrote the staff of 17 in Ihe historical department their "future employment will depend upon negotiations with the historical department board through Mr. Klingaman. Klingaman said Mott agreed to stay until the April number of the publication is off the press, about April 15. Mott said he had been "anxious to retire" for several years, but he didn't want to leave the work while Edgar R, Harlan was curator. Klingaman will succeed Harlan April 1. Lindbergh Blushes at Praise of Deeds by Indian Poetess CALCUTTA, f/P)--Col. Charles A. Lindbergh blushed with embarrassment Thursday when an Indian poetess compared his accomplishments with t h o s e of Buddha, Galileo and "other spir- t l r i l l l f i ( T M I - * l , 7 r\f i\\n n m f l r l " i i d , ^jruaii^u i l l u l figures o f t h e w o r . The poetess, Mrs. Sarojini Nai- du, at the meeting of the parliament of religions, praised u: - achievcments as "part ot his the world spirit of faith rendered into action." As Colonel Lindbergh and Mrs. Lindbergh, who is accompanying him on his flights over India, were occupying prominent seats at the meeting, his intense embarrassment was easily visible to all the gathering. .Analysts Agree That Industry Made Long Stride During 3 936 NEW YORK, (£9--American industry made a long stride in 1936 toward prosperity "of thumping proportions, analysts a g r e e d Thursday as they studied data indicating net profits exceeded .'-;7,- ODO.OOQ.OOO to r a n k il as the best year since the 1929 peak. The tentative estimate, which would indicate a 30 per cent advance from 1935* although 40 per cent under the $11,654,000,000 earned in 1929 was based on state- menls from 1,000 corporations and experience wilh reports of previous years. Reports already available indicate a 50 per cent hike in net profits over 1935 but statisticians, in placing total net profits at $7,000,000,000 or possibly more, pointed out that wider gains usually 'are shown in the earlier reports in a period of recovery. The 1930 net was $0,429,000,000. KIWANIS HEAR MUSIC NUMBERS Club Lieutenant Governor Tells Members of Conventions. Playing with full chords and el- fective interpretation, the Matinee Musicale violin trio presented numbers for the Kiwanis cluli program Thursday noon in Hotel Hanford. Participating were Mrs. Harlan MacMillan, Mrs. SccSi. Smith and Mrs. H. E. Hardy, violinists and Mrs. L. S. Sanders, pianist. ' Don Reynolds of Ames, Kiwanis lieutenant governor, told of plans made for the district Kiwanis convention at Lincoln, Nebr., Sept. 30 to Oct. 2. He also announced the international, convention to be held June 20 to 24 at Indianapolis, Ind. Judge Henry Graven and L. B. Rogers of Ilic Mid-Continent Pe- troleum corporation were welcomed new members. Harry Brown explained the Cerro Gordo Safety council and members wore signed up. Guests were Henry Dnnico ot Davenport, L. T. -Oldham. F. C. Eighrrey, Ray Seney, Jr., and Harold Meeder. Cerro Gordo County Bar Group Meets to Honor Judge Graven Judge · Henry Graven, youngest of district court judges in this district from point of service, was honored by members of the Ccrro Gordo county bar association at an informal banquet Wednesday night at the Hotel Hanford. E. B. Stillman, Clear Lake, was in charge of the arrangements and acted as toastmaster at the banquet. John A. Senneff, Mason City, was the principal speaker. The attorneys, together wilh Judge T. A. Benrdmore and guests, filled the private d i n i n g room to capacity. TRIAL TO START IN APRIL TERM Mrs. Pi-itchard Pleads Not Guilty to Rockwell City Slaying Plot. ROCKWELL CITY, (.T) -- The trial of Mrs. Goldie Pritchard, 27 year old mother ot three children, who pleaded not guilty Wednesday to plotting the robbery-slaying of John E. Parker in Rockwell City last August, is slated to open at the April term of the Calhoun county district court, County Attorney Arthur J. Braginton announced today. The trial of her husband, Carl Pntchard, who like his wife faces first degree m u r d e r charges, will probably follow Mrs. Pritchard's. Mrs. Pritchiud is in custody at the women's stale reformatory near hero w h i l e the husband is being held in the Calhoun county jail. Mary Joyce, three months old daughter of the couple, is wilh the mother al the reformatory. SPRING FORECAST ALL THE PREDICTED FASHION HITS FOR SPRING ANO EASTER VANITY FAIR A VERITABLE blaze of color o w a i t s your choice for the Easter Pa- rade--dressy blacks, clever new blues and greys, "the ultra-smart new beige and harness trims. And countless olhers beautifully de- signed in the latest hi-cut patterns. Gabardine is the predom- inating material, closely followed by doeskin, patent and kid leathers. Start now selecting your Easter wardrobe, and start from the ground up with a pair of smart B. B. Shoes. VANITY F A I R SHOES $550 Other Makes From $3.95 fo $8.50 OXFORDS -- SANDALS PUMPS -- HI-TONGUES STRAPS -- STEP-INS 105 NORTH FEDERAL St ore AND THATDAKCE LAST WEEK WHEN WL WERE SO T/RE, PANCED FOUR TIMES WITH EDjTH ANO ONLY O/VCC WITH H am ml ~* «*^^ ·^ ,, ." i" HD AV WA* MAKING A^OLPWOMAN_ VDUIt LIFE /WAV FOR A MAN DO YOU THINK HE'LL STILL LOVE YOU WHEN YOUR A\y, WHAT Pff- ANP LOOKATTHO ROSES IN YOUR CHEEKS.YOU LOOK LIKE S SIXTEEN TONIOH TO BRIdHTEK COLOR? INSTEAD OF FADE THEM, HER HUSBANDS BEEH TWINS TO GET A DANCE WITH HER FOK 3. WHOLE HOVKfl SAVE BACKACHES -SAVE CLOTHES With This New Safe "No-Scrub" Soap Tr«d« Ufk R*r. C. S. r«t. Off. 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