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SIX MASON GITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 6 · 1937 WOMAN'S CLUB GENERAL -MEETING IS ON SCHEDULE Many Events Planned for Next Week Dean Herbert Gould to Be Heard Tuesday by Members. March brings a number of interesting events to the Mason City clubwomen and during the second week of March a variety of affairs are scheduled. Outstanding among the week's events will be the March general meetir.-g planned for Tuesday evening in the First Methodist church when Dean Herbert Gould o£ Drake university will be heard in recital. To Elect Officers. In addition to the musical program which Dean Gould will present at 8:15 o'clock, there will be a business meeting at B o'clock at which a vote will be taken on the new slate of officers. On the slate are Mrs. Hanford MacNider, president; Mrs. W. B. Casey, recording secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Long, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. C. Stod:lard, financial secretary and Mrs. L. R. Roberts, director. A recommendation from the board concerning a change in the dues-membership rules will be read. This will not be voted on until the April general meeting. Current .Events. . Mrs. W.' W. Remington will come to Mason City "Wednesday for the last in her series of lectures to the Woman's club current events department on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Members of Chapter GN P. E. O. will be entertained at dinner by the B. I. I,.'s Monday evening at G:30 o'clock in St. John's parish hall. The committee in charge includes W. P. Butler, Dr. K. V. Mace and Don Wieder. University Women. Another meeting on schedule for Monday is that of the Mason City brancn of the American Association of University Women which has a program scheduled for Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Miss Grace Barnard as hostess, assisted by Miss Gladys Price. The Live-Y-ers lecture series of the Young Women's council will continue at the Y. W. C. A. this week with Mrs. J. Curtis Amen as speaker on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. T. N. T., Tusalata and Crescent clubs will attend. Girls Take Up Art of Defence--No Pun Ple'ase A. P-ed tier s^V'pen I. Calendar MONDAY H. E. O. club-1 o'clock, Home Tea room, St. y Patrick's party, Mrs. George Walters, Mrs. C, E. Sherwood, committee. Monday Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. K. A. Brudevold, 812 Monroe avenue northwest. Cliautauqua club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. Phillips, 325 Second street . northeast, program, Mrs. J. -C. -Williams, ·BITS: ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Wright Percival of Des Moines will spend the weekend with Mrs. Percival's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff, 9 Beaumont drive. * * c John Pauley has arrived home from Mount Vernon where he attends Cornell college to spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pauley, 83 River Heights drive. * * · Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Strasburger and son, Charles, are here from Cedar Rapids for a visit at the D. C. Barney home, 324^ First street northeast. Mrs. Strasburger was Evelyn Barney before her marriage. » « » The Misses Margaret Patton and Lois Hanson, students at Iowa State Teachers college, are spending the week-end with their parents, Mr.-and Mrs. E. J. Patton, 328 Carolina avenue southeast, and Mr.- and Mrs. J. G. Hanson, 510 Ninth street southeast. » * » Herbert Pattnn, manager of the Goodyear store at Austin, Minn., was to arrive Saturday.for a visit with his -parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Patton, 328 Carolina avenue southeast.. - Mrs. C. F. Bull. Maria Mitchell club-Mrs. Roe Thompson, 509 Washington avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. W. C. Odell, Mrs. Stanley Haynes. T.'A. E. club-Mrs. Stanley MacPeak, 1119 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, ,,lesson, Mrs. C. S. Pack. . Twentieth Century club-- " Mrs. Lee P. Loomis, 320 First street southeast, current events, Mrs. H. C. Friesner, lesson, Mrs. O. A. Lueders. B. I; L. to Chapter GN-6:30 o'clock, St. John's parish hall, dinner, W. P. Butler, K. V. Mace, Don Wieder, committee. ' A. A. U. W.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Grace Barnard, 27 Sixth street northwest, Miss Gladys. Price, assisting, lesson, Miss Eleanor Hazlett, Miss Lillian Shimmick. Presbyterian Eveninff circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. H.'K. Jones, 404 Seventh street southwest. Beta Sigma Phi-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanforct. M, W. A.-- ; 7:30 o'clock/Moose hail. Elks Bridge club-8 o'clock, clubrooms. TUESDAY ' WHITE-GLINSKI ROCKFORD--Announcement is made o f ' t h e marriage of Ralpfi White, Chicago, son of Mrs. M. E. White of Rockford, and Margaret Glinski of Chicago, which took place at the Holy Name cathedral Feb. 20. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Daily and the couple was attended by Kenneth White, brother of the bridegroom, and Lucille White. A wedding breakfast was served the wedding party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth White and a wedding reception given to about 25 friends. The couple will be at home at 2547 Washington boulevard, Chicago. MONROE 6TH GRADE GIRL RESERVES MEET Monroe sixth grade Girl Reserves met with their leader Mrs Lyle Pickford, 204 Seventh street northeast, after school with 13 members present. Plans were made for the spring ceremonial and during the social hour POD corn balls \vere served. Wa-'i'an-Yc cJub-- 12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Central Lutheran S. E. group-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. V. Dietz, 1704 Delaware avenue southeast. flledical Auxiliary--. 5 o'clock, Mrs. Harold Morgan, filC Madison avenue northwest, Mrs. G. M. Crabb, Mrs. C. E. Dalcin, Mrs. H. D. Fallows, Mrs. Morgan, hostesses. Busy Bcc Mission band-7 o'clock, Betty-Birch, 133512 North Federal avenue. Baptist Y. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Agnes Compton, 8 Second street southeast, Carol Starr, assisting. Woman's club-8 o'clock, First Methodist church, Herbert Gould, soloist. C. D. A.-8 o'clock, Moose hall. WEDNESDAY Fortnightly club-1:45 o'clock, Mrs. Oliver Repp, 416 Ninth street northwest. Woodman Circle Beryl Grove No. 135-2 o'clock, Mrs. Henry Smith, 630 Maryland avenue southeast, social circle meeting with Mrs. Charlotte M. Scholz, district manager of Supreme Forest M'oodman circle. Current Events department-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., talk by Mrs. W. W. Remington. Madison P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, "Growing Up From 5 to 15" by Mrs. A. O. Scott. W. C. T. U.-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Social Hour club-Mrs. Esther Tevis. E. E. E. E. club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. N. W. Jessup 126 Twelfth street northwest. ' HIcKinley P. T. A.-School, "Stepping Out As a Family," C. E. Gilman. White Slirine^- 6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, covered dish dinner, Mrs. M." A. Harpster, chairman, special meeting and initiation at 7:30 o'clock. R. B. club-7. , o'clock, Jeffe: irson Amber PICK-UP AND Say HELLO to Spring with Good Looking Clothes. Have your garments Cleaned and Dyed Here . . . then you will be os fresh os a breath of spring. And send us your Easter cleaning and dyeing early. We'll return your apparel in spic and span shape. · Mason City Dyers Cleaners PHONE 396 1401 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY room, Mrs. A. E. Smith, hostess. Bethlehem Division 2-Mrs. John Eberhardt, 1412 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Clio club-7:45 o'clock, Mrs. C. E. Burrets, 76 Linden drive, Mrs. J. Curtis Amen, lesson. W. M. T. club-8 o'clock, Mrs. J. R. Birk, Central Heights. I. O. F. loeJffe-- 8 o'clock, Moose hall. V. F. W. Auxiliary-8 o'clock. V. F. W. hall. THURSDAY Thursday Bridge club 1 o'clock, Leone McGhec's tca- room, Mrs. A. H. Kohl, hostess Tn-Deck Bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. A. L. Schmidt 408 Ninth street southeast. Baptist Ladies aid 2 o'clock, Mrs. Harry Blanchard, 821 South Federal avenue Trinity Roosevelt circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Charles Anderson, 1412 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Mrs. Orin Peterson, assisting. Immanuel South division 2:30 o'clock, church. Athenian club--Mrs. Gerald West, 12 Eleventh street northeast, Mrs. T. L Connor, Mrs. H. P. McLaughlin, current events; Mrs. L. C. Perkins, lesson. Baptist division 2-2:30 o'clock. Mrs. C. M Van Meter, 1030 Fourth street southwest. Rcbckali circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, Mrs. J. E. Lennan, hostess. lUonroe-Washington P. T. A. 2;30.o'clock, Monroe school. Olivct-Zion Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs Frank Welsh, Mrs. Forest Romig, hostesses. Trinity Forest Park circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. O. Slor- vick, 1027 Second street southwest. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall R. N. A.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Girl Scout Council-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Livc-Y-ers-- 7:3(1 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. Harding: P. T. A.-- · 7:30 o'clock, school, father's night. Garficlcl P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, C. E. Gilman, speaker. High School P. T. A.-8 o'clock, Music hall, panel discussion. FRIDAY. Triple T BrWfire club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. F. V Welters, hostess. Mary and Martha circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Lunning, 1810 Hampshire avenue southeast. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, hostess, division 3, program, divisions 1 and 2. Baptist division 8-Mrs. Barney Boyd, 204 Sixth street southwest. Harmony Guild-Congregational church, Mrs. Roe Thompson, Mrs. R. B. Irons, Twins Are Married at Ceremony Held in M. C. Parsonage Miss Viola Pedersen, twin daughter of Mr. ;md Mrs. Jens Pedersen of Sheffield and Harold Root twin son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Root of Thornton, were married by the Rev. A. S. Carlson at the First Congregational parsonage in Mason City March 4. - The couple was attended by the bride's twin sister, Vietta Pedersen, and Otto Bruns of Cedar Rapids. The bride was attired in a blue gown with maching accessories and carried pink roses. A 6 o'clock dinner was served to the immediate relatives at the home of the bride's parents. Blue and silver decorations were used. The bride is a graduate of the Sheffield high school - and the bridegroom has been engaged in farming.: . ' . . ' : · · ' SAN'FORD-HEINKEL LUVERNE -- The wedding of Miss Flora Heinkel and Franci: Sanford took place at the Luthera parsonage, the Rev. L. Wittenbur officiating. The attendants wer Leona Heinkel, sister of the bride and Dewy Wilson. Hollowing th ceremony the bridal party wen to Fort Dodge where a weddin dinner was served at the home o the bride. Mr. Sanford, farmei is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fran Sanford, north of Luverne, farm ers. The bride is the daughter o Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Heinkel, Foi Dodge. At present the couple i employed at the J. J. Wadleig farm. Art Pennies to Be Used at Biennial Federation Makes Plans for Exhibit by Women . : Artists. Pennies for the penny art fund of the Iowa Federation of Women's club should be sent to Mrs Julius Tilden of Charles City by March 15, according to Mrs. R. B. Irons, Mason City, ' committee member of the art division of the Federation. Each member of a federated cJub contributes a penny toward the fund, the money to be. devoted to the purchase of works of, art by artists of reputation. The art works are used as prizes to be awarded to contributing clubs for their activities in art projects. Penny Art Fund The penny art fund is a General Federation project and in Iowa this year, the money will be used to purchase three of the most outstanding works of art in the exhibition of art by women of Iowa which will be a feature of the biennial convention of the Iowa Federation at Sioux City May 3. Women artists living in Iowa have been invited to submit works of art for the exhibit. Each artist may submit one painting or lithograph which will be judged by a prominent artist and two competent art leaders. Ask Autobiographies The artist's name, address, title of picture and price must be on the back of .each picture. All works must be framed although glass is unnecessary. The artist assumes all responsiblity for loss, theft or damage. Reasonable care and protection is assured. All works must be sent prepaid to Sioux City by April 27. Final instructions will be available from Mrs. Louis Pelzer Iowa City upon request. Autobiographies are also requested for iling or possible publication with the entry. The selected paintings from Tom-Thumb Wedding Takes MRS. WOODROW WACHOLZ TOM THUMB AND BRIDE It w^as jiothing new in the lives of Woodrow Wacholz of the "~ * -- ·*· ^-*-" -^ 4ii w»e £i,uuy ui Hi' Kampen, pastor of the Central Lutheran church here They had gone through the ceremony 20 years before when i the bride and bridegroom of a Tom Thumb wedding held ·r^,,..- t i r ^ S S U ? .°P era house under the 'sponsorship of the old Tourist club which is now the Forest City Twentieth Century club. Mr. Wacholz who is the son of Mrs. F L Waeholz camp fn Forest City in 1916 with his parents when he was three yeai" old and it was during their residence there that the Tom Thumb wed- .ttmg took place. Later the family moved to Los Angeles where they remained until February of last year when they came to Mason City whPro ivr,-. Wacholz had accepted a position in the Northwest Sav- The bride was graduated from the Forest City high school and LaJames Beauty school of Mason City. She has been a beautician and operator in the Cinderella Beauty Salon in Forest City Mr. and Mrs. Wocholz will make their home in Mason' City (Courtesy of Winnebago Republican) his exhibit and three paintings from the "All Iowa Exhibit" of .937 will be awarded to clubs as prizes at the biennial. ADVICE OFFERED ABOUT STUDY OF HOME PROBLEMS DR. GARRY C. M3TERS, PH. D. Child Psychologist. At various times in this column I have printed lists of books and H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R IMCKINLEY BOARD MEETS AT SCHOOL W. H. Erickson, district chair man of the North Iowa territory talked on scout work at a meet ing of the McKinley P. T. A. ex cutive board Friday afternoon a the school. Mrs. Carl Niedermai and Mrs. M. J. Caponi wer named delegates to the distric conference and the next P. T. A meeting was announced fo March 10 with C. E. Gilman a speaker on the topic, "Steppint, Out As a Family." A school pro gram will be given. HOPKINS-IUcMUUIiAY ALGONA -- The marriage o Ben Hopkins, Wesley, to Mrs Jeanettc McMurray of Algona was performed at Fairmont, Minn After a short wedding trip to Chicago they will be at home in Wesley where Mr. Hopkins is agent for the Milwaukee railroad. CENTRAL HEIGHTS CLUB ENTERTAINED Central Heights club was entertained by Mrs. Marvin Renshaw at her home when the time was spent in sewing. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be March 24 with Mrs. Earl McKibben. OLSON-MOEN ST. ANSGAR - Miss Caroline Mocn and John Olson of DCS Moines were married by the Rev Olaf C. Langehough. The couple Fl .-ri imme diately for a trip to --o-IN A NUTSHELL It seems that our screen and radio stars marry for better or TM° r l e -' , but never for good- Washington Post. Mrs. E. G. Larson, Mrs. E. M' Berroth. City Progressive club--. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bloomfield east of town. Good Cheer lodge 7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Daughters of Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A, L. A. P. M.~ I. O. O. F. hall. SATURDAY Little Slar Mission band-1:30 o'clock, Frank Fcwins, 137 Fifteenth street northwest. Pleasant Ridse club- Mr, and Mrs. Robert Pedclty. By MRS. MARY MORTON IVIemi Hint. · Chpw Mein-.·.",,-. . Noodles . Lmnese Candies Tea Why not try a Chinese menu vheii you next entertain, asks Valtei- Christie, Jr., of San Francisco? Why not indeed, especially when we have the entire menu suggested by Walter, with a dandy recipe for Chow Mein, which comes, he assures us, from one of the most important Oriental restaurants in famed China Town, should be green, and the Chinese candies should include can- _San Francisco's The tea died coconut strips of preserved ginger. and plenty Today's Recipes. CHOW MEIN -- Shred one and one-half pounds of lean pork and fry for 15 minutes in one-fourth cup of vegetable oil. Add one and one-half cups chopped onions. About three minutes later, stir in one and one-half cups each of mushrooms, shredded celery and bean sprouts. Cook 10 minutes. T-hen add one cup stock, three tablespoons soy sauce (optional), ana two tablespoons molasses. While this is cooking, boil two cups noodles in heavy-sailed water. When tender, pour into colander and shake to let sleam escape. Spread out noodles to dry, then fry in deep f a t , a few at a time. Prepare garnish by pouring two slightly beaten eggs'over one tablespoon of oil in n lint frying pan. Conk slowly until dry and set, then turn out on a board and cut inlo narrow, lengthy strips. Cut green onions likewise. To serve, place fried noodles on large platter, add the vegetables, then garnish with eggs and onions! ALDRICH-HEIDEN EAGLE GROVE--Miss Beatrice ieiden, daughter of Ben Heiden, armer, near Rowan, was married o Richard Aldrich, near Rowan, at the Congregational parsonage n Eagle Grove, Friday. The at- endants were Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ird Foust of IDows. Mr. Aldrich s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hem-y Aldrich of near Rowan. They will make their home on (he bridegroom's father's farm near Rowan. pamphlets for parent study groups and for others wishing to read further. I should do so more often, except that I do not wish to bore those not interested in such matters. Many of course, are using this column as basis for discussion in P. T. A. study groups, and similar groups in clubs and churches. It is further being much employed in home economics classes in high schools and colleges. Letters come telling me of arguments over what I write, in college and university classrooms. Some college teachers write me they are using this column as supplementary reading by their students. I am trying to make it meaty enough for scholars, and simple enough for the average person. Keep Scrap Books. Many leaders of groups using this column are keeping scrap books, having learned that in it they can get most of what I'have written in my books, and are classifying the articles under such captions as: "Family Relations," "Pre-school Child," "Child From Six to Twelve," "Adolescence," "Emotional Control," "Character Education," etc. You all know, of course, tha you can get a free bibliography on materials for parents from the Na tional Congress of Parents ani_ Teachers, 1201 Sixteenth street N. W., Washington, D. C.; and t vast deal of help free or at little cost from the children's bureau and the U. S. bureau of educatior --both of Washington, D. C. Golden Anniversary of Wedding Held by Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fuller, 715 Monroe avenue northwest, obi served the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding, Friday at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Fuller were married al Madison, Wis., on March 5 1887. They have made their home in Mason City for the past 35 years. No special celebration was arranged for the day by Mr. and Mrs. Fuller. AWARDS COURT W I L L BE H E L D BY GIRL SCOUTS Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones has an- lounced a Girl Scout court of awards which will be held Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Lincoln school. Merit badges and class badges In Write to Dr. Myers, case you have no paren WIFE PRESERVERS study group, write me, in care o the Mason City Globe-Gazette and let me show you how lo EC one going. Write me further foi any other help you think I can give, and I shall answer as soon nu possible. In case you want assistance · in preparing an address write early, for it takes time for n letter to be relayed to me, and I am often on a lecture tour for several days at a stretch. Of course you won't expect me to write your speeches for you. Yet I am glad to offer some high spots and suggest references. Please don't ask for medical advice. I'm no doctor of medicine, though I wish I were. Write in care of the Mason City Globe- Gazette. ;lt pays to keep a record of the :md of sheets you buy and the ale on which you purchased hem, says farmers' bulletin No. 765 of the U. S. department of gricuHure. You then know bet- er what kind to reorder, and can Iso check on their wearing ics. NOBLE IS SELECTED MCGREGOR--supt. R. D. Noble of McGregor has been chosen by the officers of the Progressive Education association to act as a co-chairman with Emery W. Learner, Teachers college. La Crosse, Wis., and SupL. D. F. Dickerson, Winona, Minn., to plan the details of the Tri-Stalc conference called by this association for La Crosse April 9-10. --°-- Bureau Women Give Play. HAMPTON--Farm Bureau women of Reeve township presented a play "Uncle Joseph Pops In" Friday evening at Maysville under the direction of Mrs. Clay Timmerman, music chairman. The cast included Mrs. Dewitt Mai- lory, Cleone Riis, Gideon Marken, Kenneth Showalter and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Creighton. --o-Called to Minneapolis. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. J. J. Holland and son, Alvin, nnd daughter, Mrs. Elmer Langerud of Forest City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rusten were called lo Minneapolis Friday by the serious illness of Lewis Holland of Minneapolis. will be presented to Girl Scouls it this meeting. In addition there will be a talk by Mrs. C. E. Burrets on "The Girl Scout Little House in Washington." The first event of the Girl Scout :wenty-fifth anniversary celebration will be centered around (he Little House." The court of awards is for all Girl Scouts, parents and friends. 58 Children Are Weighed atY.W.C.A. Woman's Club Sponsors Monthly Health Clinic. Fifty-eight c h i l d r e n were weighed and measured at the Woman's club baby clinic Friday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. and gold stars were awarded (o 24 who had standard weight and measurement. Star winners were Clyde Hutchinson. Rose Marie Golbuff, Vincent James di Marco, Vivian Paulson, Sandra Van Laningham, Eva Forshee, Louie Sheriffe, Jr., Jerry Lee Parker, Jeanine Netzer, Shirley Klang, Robert Schinnow, Dennis Buckland, Louis Max Romey, James Tudor Barrett, Ronald Evans, Marilyn Port, Dixie Query, Jimmy Anderson^ Marjorie Zemanek, Nancy Lee, Arlita McMurray, Mary Ann Evanoff, Gerald and Marilyn Robinson. Workers at (he clinic included Mrs. W. F. Hanaman, Mrs. Walter Hyde. Mrs. J. W. Kelly, Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. C. M. Franchere and Miss Ruth Fisher, city nurse. The baby clinics which are held on the first Friday afternoons oE each month from 1 to 3 o'clock are for all babies of the city. LAST OF P A N E L DISCUSSIONS TO BE ON THURSDAY The last of the scries of panel discussions conducted by the High School Parent-Teacher association n connection with its regular meetings will bo held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the Music lall. The topic will be "The Problem n the Far East" and Guy Crosen vill act as leader. This will be a regular P. T. A. necting and will be open to all vho are interested in attending. --o-- 1VILLERT-HOADLEY KANAWHA--Miss Verla Hoad- ey of Kanawha and Warren Wilert of Eagle Grove were married t the parsonage of the Latter Day aints church in Webster City B'eb 4 by the Rev. G. R. Fowler. The ttendants were Mr. and Mrs Clarence McBride of Clarion. The ride, .daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. lobert Hoadley of Kanawha^ was raduated from Kanawha' high chool and the Marinello National chool of Cosmetics at Minneapp- s, Minn. The bridegroom is the on of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Willert f Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Wilert will make (heir home on a 1 irm near Eagle Grove after /larch 15. IARIHAGE 'LICENSES SSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been is- ucd to Arnold Ackland and Anne Cielman, both o£ Albert Lea' :arold G. Root, Thornton, a n d lola O. Pcdersen, Latimer; Earl Anderson, Ventura, and Vivian ack. Clear Lake; Floyd A. Coe, tear Lake, and Ida Margaret }juren, C l e a r L a k e ; Edward Vachsnicht, Manly, and Rosalind iambright, Mason City. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY gOHl princess reefer K done by Shagmoor in finest alpaci and christened number "200" is destined for a bright and shining futur on some of the smartest I2's to 20', this town! Famous "200" "SEE YOU TOMORROW (MONDAY)" w I 1 41 4 i!*/' »'· 1 fl fir 1 of the American Maga- I «ppg|||p^^ m

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