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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 19 ·· 1931 FIRST OF LENTEN SERVICES TAKES PLACE AT Y, W. C. A. J. L. Pickett Lectures on Gethsemane Religious Education Committee Holds Meeting. The Rev. Jewel L. Pickett, pastor of the First Baptist church, spoke on "Gethaemane--the Son of God at Prayer" at the first of the Lenten services held at the Y. W. C. A., .Wednesday evening from 6:45 o'clock to 7:15. He explained that to be a wonder of the world a thing must withstand age and the criticism of the ages and still hold Its Integrity pointing- out that Qethsemane is still a sacred · spot because Christ prayer there. "This scene shows us an example of Christ's humility and his submergence of His will to the will of God," the speaker said. "It is a lesson in divine harmony." This first talk began the theme "Three GreatWonders of the World" Which is being carried out in the Lenten services. The meetings are sponsored by- the religious educa- CALBNDAK NOTICES The Globe-Gazette prints more than 100 club notices in its calendar on Saturday and to facilitate the handling you have been asked to mail or phone your notices in before 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. If we have your club' program and you are making a change in your schedule please phone this information in, otherwise the notices will be printed as listed in the book. No notices will be taken for the social calendar after Friday afternoon. For additions to the daily calendar phone in before 10 o'clock o£ the day it is to appear. tion committee of the Y. W. C. A., of which Mrs. H. V. MacGregor is chairman and will be held on the remaining Wednesdays in Lent as a preface to the Easter sunrise service. MONTGOMERY WARD · EMPLOYES ENTERTAIN A party was held at the Montgomery Ward company store by the employes in honor of A. J- Hedensten, manager of the store, who was celebrating his tenth anniversary with the company. Five hundred was played during the evening and refreshments were served. Kotex fits securely It is shaped to give inconspicuous protection t OWNS fit smoothly when Kotex is your sanitary protection. Corners are rounded and tapered so that Kocex fits securely and comfortably. Kotex is safe. It absorbs laterally. The long, delicate fibers of ·which Kotex is made carry moisture swiftly away from the surface, leaving the protective edges dry and comfortable. It can be worn on either side, with-equal.protec- 'tiott, with no possibility of etribar- rass'ment front wrong Kotex is soft, too. Not merely an apparent softness that soon becomes chafing hardness, but a. delicate lasting softness. And, of course, Kotex is disposable. That's the reason millions of women first adopted this modern sanitary protection. Try the oewKotcx Sanitary Belt T r i p l e . Tau Club Formed at M e e t i n g Representatives From North Iowa Towns to Be Members. At a special meeting of Benevolence chapter No. 46, Royal Arch Masons to which Chapters from Garner, Clear Lake, Northwood, Rockford and Hampton were invited, a club was formed, consisting of members of all the abcive chapters and named' the Mason City Triple Tau club. The meeting started with a "6;30 dinner and after the dinner the royal arch degree was conferred and a meeting was held.. Companion Charles H. Haney, grand- high priest of Royal Arch Masons in Iowa, was present to see the work .and help organize Jthe club which will meet with the different chapters to confer the work and in this way get better' acquainted with the companions in the surrounding territory. Berenice Laidlaw · Weds Charles Wells; Will Live in Cresco CRESCO, March 19.--The home of Mrs. W. E. liafdlaw was the scene of a wedding Thursday evening when her daughter, Miss Berenice Elizabeth Laidlaw, became the bride of Charles A. Wells, also of this city The. ceremony was performed by the Rev. G.. A. Ingle, pastor of the Congregational church in the presence of a few Immediate relatives and close friends. Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served to the bridal party and their guests. The bride was reared in Cresco where she has been an instructor » music since taking special courses in that art elsewhere. Mr. Wells 13 a retired farmer, having lived in Cresco for several years, where they will make their home. New Face Powder Stays On Longer If you have large pores use a face powder that will not 'clog them. A new French, process called MELLO- GLO makes the akin look young, stays on longer, furnishes a youthful bloom, does hot Irritate the skin or make :it look , pasty . or._ flaky.. Spreads smoothly. · "Try;,;this new wonderful Face 'Pdwder r ' MELLO- GLO. Damon's, Inc. " ' TO BE SPEAKERS Mrs. C. C. Collester and Dr. Newell Edsop will be among the speakers at the north central district of the Iowa P. T. A. convention to be held at the First Congregational church Friday. Mrs. Collester of Spencer is the north central district chairman. JDr. Edson is the chairman of the social hygiene committee of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. · · MRS.RUTH CAMPBELL HAS HAD EXPERIENCE Leader of Cooking*r- D . j School Well Rec- Program Presented at Meeting of Lime Creek No. 7 P. T. A. Too Serious, Says Briton of America [. B. Priestley Lectures to - U Students a t Iowa City. IOWA CITY, March 19. (INS)-. B. Priestley, English novelist, hinks Americans are too serious, according: to an interview here hortly before he made his lecture. We British aren't" he stated. However he stated that he found American women a delightful iur- rise. They are keen, bright, aware, nteresting, have beauty and dash. But the men--he said he found them rery disappointing. Iowa City was the scene of Mr. Priestley's last American lecture on :his cross-country tour which takes lim to San Francisco this week :rom where he sails for Tahiti. He s in the midst'of his 1932 novel, the story of ah Englishman who crosses America and sails to Tahiti so he is Inding out just how it's done. This is Priestley's first American ;our. He stated that he always had wanted to visit America but that 1VIUSIC CO. W E L Members of Iowa State Teachers' Convention TO MASON CITY T E A C H E R S - - - If you did not receive a copy o f , the Bone book "One Hundred and One Best Songs" at the High School this morning, call at our store Friday or Saturday. While Attending the Convention, M a k e Our Store Your Store ... "Everything in Music" ommended. The Globe-Gazette cooking school, announced for-next week, is already the subject of much enthusiastic comment thruout Mason City, and community. Mrs. Ruth Campbell will conduct the classes in the high school auditorium which, has been engaged for four afternoons next week, starting on Tuesday and ending- on Friday. Of course, the classes will be free--no admission of any sort will be charged. Everybody will be welcome to avail themselves of the lasting benefits of an event designed to be practical and interesting to the women folks of this community. Born in Michigan, Mrs. Campbell spent the early years of her life in that state, going, at the age of 10, to Europe where she was educated for the following six years. In the schools of France, Switzerland and Italy she took courses in domestic science and learned home management In countries where economy is of paramount importance. Studied in Detroit. With.cqntinued interest ta home economics she studied domestic-science in the Detroit seminary, later taking the Normal school course'. In a family of 20 children, v Mra. Campbell had ample opportunity to put her study to practical use. Her mother, who was one of the early pioneers of Michigan, believed in domestic training for her daughters, and turned over to each in 'succession the responsibility, and management of that big establishment. Under sucl -capable supervision Mrs. Campbell became versed in the practical demonstration of home economics in all its phases, particularly that of cooking, as her mother was state famed for her original recipes, and in fact, it was thru .her prestige and influence that the first cook books of Michigan were published. Following her At the meeting of Lime Creek No. 7 P. T. A. a program of music and talks was given opening with Arthur on St. accom- a reading Ford sang community singing. Mrs. Mitchell gave Patrick. A. F. panied by Mrs. Ford and the school orchestra played several numbers. Ed O'Donnell gave a brief talk and Evelyn Bristline played a piano selection. Mrs. Pearl Tanner spoke on "New World Tolerance." Gifts were presented by the P. T. A. to honor roll students who include John Warren Hanson, Lois Varvel, Rachel Schreckengost, Marvin Ford, Dorothy and Waunita Boomstra and Mildred Huffman. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McManus, Mr. and Mrs. John Schreckengost, Mrs. Tanner and Mrs.. McHugh. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. C. A. Hughes. Hobby Reception : K- to Be Held at By 'Girl Reserves Plans are being made for a hobby reception to be held by the Girls Reserves for all girls Saturday af- ternoori at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Various interests will be demonstrated and each girl may enter the group she chooses. The interest groups will include cooking, collecting, pets, drama poetry, handicraft and art, kodak- ery ; and gardens and gardening. A play, "Life Has Loveliness To Sell" will be presented by the Mon roe eighth grade Girl Reserves. De lores Layman and Doris Kopple man are in charge of arrange menta. Upright The ideal School Piano --- A PIANO like the^ Cable Midget has long been sought as an essential part of modern school equipment. The problem was to get an instrument of small size with full music capacity. Now thia is to be had in the Cable Midget and schools everywhere are finding this splendid instrument indispensable. ' Its TONE,' VOLUME and DURABILITY are surprising musical authorities ' everywhere. Come In Or Write for Our Special Offer to Schools and the Teaching Profession. Surprising -- ALTHOUGH originally designed for schools, a recent survey disclosed the surprising fact that as many Cable Midget Uprights have been bought for homes as schools. Thia charming' little piano Is now made in a variety of woods and in enamels of many colors to harmonize with any room. VANCE MUSIC Co FACTORY DISTRIBUTORS 124 North Federal Avc. marriage Mrs. Campbell's Interest in home economics turned, briefly to writing and lecturing, and after the publication of seven books and many short stories she began lecturing, appearing before some of the largest clubs of the middle west, aa experience which gave her an easy familiarity with audiences and the lecture platform. , Was War Worker. But the war brot her back to home economics and she took a course in dietitics in Grand Rapids putting it. to practical use in various phases' of war work. This application of her studies was continued later in a tea room, which she opened for two cousins and which was a success from the beginning. Mrs. Campbell's interest in interior decorating combined with 'her , study of home economics placed her in demand in all clubs in which she was a member, for advise on table arrangements, as well as menus, and considering her mother's enviable reputation and ability in such affairs, it is only natural that Mrs. Campbell should have the same bent. To Give Many Gifts. The cooking school will abound with many gifts such as the daily awarding of a number of market baskets filled with choice foods. Similarly, the various dishes prepared each day, cakes, puddings, etc., will be distributed among those present. Then, on Friday, a large assortment of practical gifts will be awarded by merchants of Mason City. All of these gift features -of the daily sessions will add much interest as well as value to the classes. A large group of women will receive very handsome additions to their homes. The doors of the auditorium will be open each afternoon at. one o'clock. Please" make a note now to bring pencil and notebook each day. QUEEN REBEKAHS TO MEET FRIDAY Instruction will be held at 7 o'clock at the I. O. O. F. hall preceding the regular meeting of the Queen Rebekah lodge at ' 7:30 o'clock. Following the meeting a program will be presented with Mrs. George Hubacher In charge. Don't Squeeze Blackheads --Dissolve Them Squeezing out blackheads make large, ugly pores. The safe and san way to get rid of these blemishe is to dissolve /them. Get two ounce of Calonite. powder from your dru store, sprinkle a little on a hot, we cloth, rub over the blackheads, an every one, big or little, will disap pear at once. something had always happened stopped it. But now his fifth daugh- that stopped it. Last year a baby | ter is eight months old. Welcome Teachers If time is available give this shop a visit. Here you will behold the latest of fine Millinery Creations. Spring Straws Captivating Stylish \ Watteaus, Halos, Tricornes, Bicorncs, etc. Panamalacs, Baku Braids, Sisals, Cello- phanes, Rough or Shiny Straws. to J.14- 50 MILLINERY DEFT. Doris Lunsman 114 North Federal AN INVITATION to the TEACHERS Attending the Convention We will be pleased to have you call at our shop and inspect the latest creations in Spring Frocks You'll. find it easy to select your Easter dress from our large showing . . . and the price is so reasonable. $15 Exclusively 114 No. Fcdor.-.l Ave. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less Money Since 1930 WELCOME--- Each and 1 every Teacher who attends -the Iowa State Teachers Convention is welcomed at thia store--also the convenience of thia store is at your disposal. Come in any time and all times. New Frocks To Interpret the New Fashion Language Remarkable $15^00 and S1Q.95- It really takes a "Master's Degree" thi» Spring to interpret the mode correctly. The wisest fashionables don't · bother their smart heads wondering which frock is truly chic--they select them all at Lundberg's where they could choose any one with their eyes shut and bo positive of super smartness! We know the dress that is two-piece (or looks two-piece) is the smartest about town. We know which new plaids and prints are correct. We know the new knitted suits you'll want ^this Sprinjr --and everyone should' know what real "finds''- these 515.00 and $19.95 are! SIZES 12 TO 46 Notice to Teachers While in Mason City Call and Inspect North Iowa's Finest and Largest Fur Stock It's the New Vogue For Spring FUR JACKETS The big Spring style swing bark- ens back to grandmother's days! Fashion says, to be smart you MUST wear a Fur Jacket. Alert to new styles, we show a wonderful selection of jackets, exquisitely tailored and lined--in the popular shades--and popularly priced as low as $29 up Note Low Prices ON NECK SCARFS Red F o x - . . . . $15-$ 35 Pointed Fox ,.-. .$354 65 Wolf -$35-$ 50 Brown Fox ... .. :$20-$ 70 Genuine Silver Fox ,$80-$195 i Ask about Fur Storage Insurance Furriers for 24 Years H. HIrseh MANUFACTURING FURRIER 8. S. Yclland

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