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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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8 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 19 1931 / HAIR DYER WARNS^ · WOMAN OF TRESSES Be What You Are, Ad-* ; vises Emil Rohde '.' at Convention. OMAHA, March 19. (UP)--Women who ask beauty experts to change the color of their hair or lift or remake their faces must answer to God himself for the consequences, Emil- Rohde, Chicago, internationally known hair dyer, who is attending the Nebraska Cosmetologists' convention said here Thursday. ; "· Such women are going against nature and are lying to themselves, Rohde said. ; "What more foolish thing can "one do," the man who has become wealthy in that line of work asked. "The natural blone, (ah there are so few of them), the lovely brunet, tha divine 'red head 1 and the equally lovely nondescript were intended to be those things from birth. To Be Different. "All women seem to want to be different from what they really are. That is where they make their, mistake. Woman is lovely when she is herself--when she capitalizes on her God-given assets. But when old -women, wishing to become young again, abuse the'hair dressers art, that is bad, that ia terrible. Use of Egyptian henna on the gray hair of an older woman ia particularly hideous crime, he said. It produces colors which nature never produced and never intended to be produced. Admitting he had made a fortune in doing 1 just the things he was .condemning, Rohde said ha always tells his customers the truth but they won't listen to Mm.- Copy Queen Elizabeth. Women will go back to the- Victorian era for -hair styles this- summer, Rhode and other experts attending- the convention said. Elizabeth, the virgin queen, wore- her Kair somewhat as fashionable women will wear it this season. "The style will combine the smartest and most comfortable features of both the long and short hair fashion," he said. "Hair will be long on the side and very short and singled like a man's in the back. The front will be long and'flatter- ingly curled about the face. In tha evening it tnay be drawn back and pinned together." The 1,000 experts and delegates attending the convention were unanimous in declaring that long hair ·will never- come back.- The "House of David" bob was scored generally as unbecoming.. Curls will figure in all fashionable methods of doing the iair this year. The hair dresser, it seems, must keep in line with the fashion dictators and .clothes are to he more feminine. Lake,Gainsborough Lady. · ' ' "The Duchess of Devonshire whom Gainsborough painted Bo" beautifully is a charming example of how milady should look this year," RHode^,explained. _ _ , - - · .- ^JjlBh9fle;said;;tliatYenus, : the gbd- cess'.'ofilove, was a peroxide blond 'and timt Cleopatra, the siren of the ages, had the first known permanent wave, achieved by baking her curls between hot bricks in proof of His assertion that there is nothing new in the art of making women beautiful. He was positive, however, that modern women will never do as did their sisters of 1888, who started the modern short hair craze in going- back to long hair. The girl of the 80's let hers grow out again but this time short hair is here to stay. '· Rohde was formerly president of the German Hair Dressers . association. Since coming to this country he has acted as financial secretary to the American National Hair Dressers association. Bits About'em FAREWELL PARTY HELD AT MADISON, SCHOOL Mr. .and.Mrs. Allen Dittberner were honored at a farewell party held Wednesday evening at the Mai- ison. school by a group dt friends. The commi ( -*".e in charge included Mr. and M * F. Mallard, Mr. and Mrs. A, Tilton, and Mr. and Mrs. P. Perkins. Games were played during the evening and high score prize. 1 ! were won by Mrs. M. Bailey ami Charles Sidel. . KEEPER-BARNTJM ·". DECORAH, March 19.--Cecil keeper and Iva Barnum, of Dubuque were married by : the Rev. A. Atchison of St. Luke's Methodist church at Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs George Michael of Dubuque, parents of the bride, were the only atterrd- ants. Mr. Keeper is the cheesemaker at the Freeport factory, and he and his bride will make their home at Freeport, Prof. and .Mrs.-J.M. Bridgham of Grinnell will be guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. George M.. Crabb. 4 Hampshire court, during the meeting of the north central district of the Iowa State Teachers' association. Professor Bridgham is to appear on the program of the meeting. .'. * * * Mrs. Emory B. Hayes, 340 Pennsylvania avenue southeast; Mrs. W. F. Cody, 329 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, and Mrs. B. C. Way, 321 Second street southeast, are planning a trip to Minneapolis for this week-end. , . » » * / Miss Juliet Wylie of Hampton is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Edgington, 1311 Madison avenue northwest, while attending the meeting of the teachers' association. * * - * Edwin Matzen, student at Iowa State college at Ames, arrived Thursday to spend the week-end with his parents,, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Matzen, north of the city. * * * , Mrs. W, I. Chapman and daughters, Marjorie and Dorine, 1030 Second street northwest; left Thursday for a 10 day visit with friends in Des Moines. ' » * ' * . . . . I Hiss Marguerite (Babe) Rehber;? is "spending a month's vacation at ths "home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Toungblood, 2S Carolina avenue southeast. Miss Rehberg, who is working in New York, is living with Miss Ruth Parker, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Starr Parker. 926 Washington avenue northwest. *' * * Miss Rose Holland of Des Moines is visiting at the home of ilrs. R. W. Brocfeett, 223 K North Federal avenue. * * * Mrs. W. H. Patterson an 1 daughter. 408 Twelfth street, northwest, left Thursday evening- for Bureau, 331.. where Mrs. Patterson was called by the illness of her mother: They will be out of the City for about two weeks. . . * ' ' * * Mr. and Mrs. Allen W. Dittberner have moved from their former residence in Midland heights to 513 Sixth street""southeast. » * * Miss Adelaide Davey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Davey, 233 Seventh street northwest, has recently been initiated into Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She will arrive Saturday from the University of Minnesota to spend the spring holidays with her parents. * ' * . « : _ i Miss :EIeanor Hazlett, 111 .Ninth street ''-northwest; returned tocher' home Wednesday evening after spending- a. week in Ames, where she visited at the Chi Omega house. * * * Francis (Bud) McDonald, student' at Iowa State college, Ames, will arrive Friday morning to visit at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. McDonald, 933 Delaware avenue northeast. * * * Mrs. Albert Zack and daughter, Bonnie, 1022 Fourth street southwest, left Thursday evening for Covington, : Ind., where they will visit Mrs. Zack's sister, Mrs. C. N. Creamer. . . * * * Mrs. George Buehler, 318. Vir- arinia avenue southeast, left Thursday evening for Independence and Cleveland, Ohio, where she will visit for two weeks. ·*·__ PERKINS-FJONE A marriage license has been Issued to D. B. Perkins of Clear Lake andyJean Fjone of Mason City by the local clerk of court. ' Hawkins, Milo Smith and Walter Thomas were end men. After, tha show refreshments were served and the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. . ,j. . Committee Sponsors S p e c i a l Measures in Iowa Assembly D. -H. Fitzpatrick, Mason City, chairman of the twelfth judicial committee on illegal practice for the Iowa Bar association, stated Thursday that several measures in the Iowa legislature were being sponsored by his organization. These include a bill providing for a, commission for the examination of applicants for admission to the bar. It seeks to vest all authority for admissions to ttie bar in the supreme court. Another bill in which the committee is interested is one providing for ,the appointment of a special corporation committee for the purpose of proposing legislation to make the corporation laws of Iowa comprehensive, adequate and in conformity with modern business. I»Iiss Dorothy V. Brown was tho University of Missouri's "Princess 1'at," chosen to rule over the St. Patrick's day celebration. Tho engineers elected Miss Dorothy, who is a freshman. BATH WOMEN MEET AT CENTER SCHOOL Bath township farm women met at the Center school when a play, "Wanted--A. Marriage License" was presented.' The cast included Mrs. Lee Kaplan as Sergeant Harris, Mrs. J. McLaughlin,. Patrick Collins; and Mrs. Jessie Strahorn, Bridget Flanigan. Irish costumes were worn: Mr. Olson gave a short talk and showed a two reel film. Refreshments were server'. P. G. E. EMPLOYES HAVE ANNUAL PARTI' Members of the P. G. E. Em-" p!6yes~club held their annual meeting Wednesday evening in the P. G. E. auditorium when T. L. Connor gave a talk on "Natural Gas." A minstrel show was presented by a group of the members with Lloyd Bergin as interlocutor and Jack Alcorn, James Gallogly, John Hughes. Arch Ruffridge, Harold LaGasse, Jim Henderson, Al Krueger., L'es Miss Casey Heads Osage Wa-Tan-Yes OSAGE, March 19.--At the annual election at the home of Mar Alice Fullerton the Wa-Tan-Ye club chose Miss Gretta Casey as presv dent; Mrs. Hazel Dickinson, vico president; Bess Arsers, secretary; Arlene Sewright, treasurer; Mary Alice Fullertorr, correspondent. New board members are Elizabeth Dria- coll, Dolly Champion, Rena Cornwall. Another board member is Vera Sullivan. Dorothy Dormedy in Disarmament Debate at Clarke. College 'RESOLVED: That the United States should adopt a plan of complete disarmament except for forces iieed for police protection", was the subject of the debate in which Miss Sarah Whalen, Tama, upheld the affirmative and Miss Dorothy Dormedy, Mason City, the negative, at a meeting of the debatipg society held at Clarke college March 14. The affirmative endeavored to prove the question by showing that expense, civilization,-and love o£ peace demanded that the policy of disarmament should be- adopted. The draft treaty for limitation of land, sea, and naval armaments was summarized. The affirmative presupposed that all countries would adopt the plan. The negative contended that all countries \yould not adopt a plan of complete disarmament and showed that the league of nations had no power over those who remained outside of the league. Miss Dormedy also stated that the expense should not be considered when a question of human life was at stake.. The' loss endangered by a country adopting this policy was tentatively estimated. No decision was made and the question ferred to the house. Miss Dormedy is- the daughter of Mr. Frank Dormedy, Globe-Gazotte apartments. Miss Dormedy is a freshman and will major in English ahd Dramatic Art; she takes a prominent part in all college activities. Geneseo Township Farm Women Meet ROCKWELL, March 19.--Feeding the siclf and the attractive arrangement of the trays was demonstrated and discussed at the fourth lesson of third year's" nutrition meeting of distict leaders of Geneseo township at the home of Mrs. William Bruns, March 15. In addition Miss Alice Mae Cole and the hpstess, there were seven women present, Mrs. Fred Stever, Miss Sarah Gauley, Mrs. Tom. James, Mrs. Dan Cahalan, Marcia McEvoy, Mrs. Leon Mullaney and Mrs. John M. Clark. A lunch wag also prepared and served. . Heads Rock Falls Board. ROCK FALLS, March 18.--The school board met at the bank and elected Martin Henreichsen, president. A Marie Hansen was re-elected secretary and R. V. Wilkinson, treasurer. SOW IT NOW Grass seed should be sown now before the Spring rains start Remember, we specialize in Vaughan's grass seed for s u n n y or shady p l a c e s . Ask about it. Phone 55 5V - Merman M Knud* 12G5 So. Federal Av«. Japan Green Tea . The Saiada reputation for the best in teas is strictly maintained in the blencf of JAPAKTEA "Fresh Prom the Gardens" 24 JUST THE THING to complete your Spring Ensemble WRIGHT STUDIOS Adams and 2nd N. W. See Our Outstanding Presentation of Fur jacquettes They're so smart, so chic, and so different, that they are unmistakably characteristic of the Parisian designer's art of fur fashioning. Bolero'effeets . . . Housed effects. Pull-thru collars . . . Tie collars . . . Scarf collars . . . Shawl collars. Two-tone treatments . . . 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