The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE (Mrs. A. Ives lElected Head If or Madison , T. A. Hears Temperance Talk,by Dr. Davidson at Meeting. Mrs. A. D. Ives was elected prcsi- Fclcnt of the Madison P. T. A. at a I meeting Wednesday afternoon at the school. Mrs. Frank Perkins was 'elected vice president and Mrs. Floyd Morris, secretary-treasurer. Dr T. E. Davidson gave a talk / on . "Education for Temperance," pointing out that no mind can be alert under the influence or an .habit forming drug. He said that \ great athletes were required to abstain from the use of such drugs ' for this reason. j Dr. Davidson announced the I.e. survey for children from the seventh to twelfth grades to be held by the Cerro Gordo Medical society "The Madison girls' glee club made its initial appearance, singing several selections. Miss Irene Bailey played a piano solo. Pupils of Miss Martha Sours gave geography talks illustrated -with slides of scenes in Norway, Sweden and the Nether lands. A reading on temperance was given by Mrs. K. Kolker. It was announced that Boy fecout troop 5, sponsored by the Madison p T A., was the first to re-register in the North Iowa area. The eighth grade banquet committee was named to include Mrs. R. T. Hum.s- ton Mrs. Peter Erickson and Mrs. Ives Mrs. Joe Buckland was appointed chairman of the kindergarten summer round-up to be held the first week in May. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Edward Eicher Back at Iowa Home WASHINGTON. Iowa. April 19 .)--Mrs. Edward C. Eicher, wif of Congressman Eicher, has re turned from the nation's capital t her home here because of the crit ical illness of her uncle, Jack V\ il son. GEHTKVDE WIIALEX HOSTESS TO CI.UW Mi«s Gertrude Whalen entertained the Guess Who club at her home, 303 West State street Wednesday evening. Bridge was played at three tables with high score prizes going to Mrs. LaVeme Sweigcr and Miss Maude Cunningham. Miss Margaret Carroll and Miss Pauline Hurley were guests. Stella Mason Plans M a s o n C i t y Traveler to Leave Tuesday on Westward Trip. Names on the front pages ol newspapers which are points of seething interest will be realities the next few months to Dr. Stella Mason, local globe-trotter, who is starting on another of her tups abroad Tuesday. Dr. Mason Will sa 1 April 28 from Seattle on the President Jackson for Yokahama, Japan. After a visit in Japan, reviewing memories o£ a former stay there, Dr Mason will sail from TsuiugJ.- Minato for Vladivostok to begin a long inland journey across Siberia to Russia. She will spend some time in Moscow and will go from there to Warsaw, Poland, and thence to BG From then on Dr. Mason has not. determined her itinerary, but she plans "to wander about Europe hirimr the summer, visiting in Scdand. Austria and Italy and possibly attending the Passion Play at Oberammergau. The visit to Russia will DC the realization of plans made by DK Mason on her last trip abroad m 1925 when she was unable to gei and with a trump which could have con taken away from him earlier ad the declarer chosen to do so, ut she would not have made her ontract that way. An opening trump led by North vould have made difficulties for the leclarer. but ordinarily a singleton trump opening is bad unless the bid- "»K. STELLA MASON ding -shows a paucity of trumps for ruffing. routfuTTisgustccl with for- cv-n legal talent, Insull is on his vvlj back to America, where law- VIM-S really know how to keep a fel- fow oui of jail-Cedar Baphto Gazette. ELEVEN Massage the scalp with Cutl- vuru Ointment to remove the dandruff. Then shampoo ^uliaBudsof Cutlcura Soup to cleanse the hair and restore it3 natural gloss and vigor. Kinsc thoroughly- This will keep your scalp in a healthy condition, and a healthy scalp is essential to good hair. SWAGGER SUITS Amazingly Priced! 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Here was the hand: NORJTH AQ10 9 75 3 »9 +·72 *Q 86 2 C A S T AA tc G 4 2 VG 7 5 4 = + A 4 3 V A K . 1 0 2 * K 10 9 S S O U T H + K J 9 5 3 A J S »J 3 G + Q J 85 A A 1074 3 South Federal Ave. Smart Apparel IOWA'S LEADING LADIES' APFABEL SHOP Mrs. Denny, the dealer, opened with an offer of one spade. The adversaries did nothing but pass. East bid two clubs and West two hearts. East, without due consideration of possible losers but with the assumption that the opening bid by West meant possession of the ace of diamonds or ace of clubs, leaped to six hearts. North opened the top of his diamond doubleton, which was covered by the nine, jack and ace. Mrs. Denny had a problem to consider. Evidently the enemy's trumps could be exhausted, but there were losing spades to get rid of. The play on the first diamond trick showed that a diamond finesse would lose. Prospects of discarding West's losing- spades on setup clubs were dubious. 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