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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1934
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 21 193-1 COUNTY FEDERATION MEETING TO BE AT CLEAR LAKE Delegations Will Attend Convention C.H. Plattenburg Will Speak Before Women at Country Club. C. H. Plattenburg- of Clear Lake will adress the Carre Gordo members of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs at a county meeting Wednesday at the Clear Lake Country club. The meeting will open at 11 o'clock Wednesday morning with reports from the various clubs in the county. Those included are Athenian, Chautauqua, Child Study, Clio, History, Joyce Kilmer, Maria Mitchell, Monday, Occident, T. A % ,E., Twentieth Century and Wo-~ man's club of Mason City; Altrur- ian, Crescent, Library Reading, Progress, Sorosis, Twentieth Century clubs and Junior Federation of Clear Lake, Woman's club of Rock. well, Thornton Womans club. Luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock and Mrs. W. P. Walker of Clear Lake, county chairman, is in charge of reservations which were to t-3 taken through Tuesday. The afternoon's program will include music by a brass sextet from the Clear Lake high school band and vocal selections by Mrs. Raymond Mpnaghen of Clear Lake. Representatives of the Iowa Federation who will attend the meeting include Mrs. Carl Reed of Cresco, second vice president, Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, auditor, and Mrs. J. H. Hager of Waukon, fourth district ,, chairman. Mason City and Clear Lake have a number of members of state committees, among thorn Mrs. C. E Geist, Mrs Sdith Naylor, Mrs. L. S. Dorchester, Mrs. C. A. Knutson, Mrs. Carrie Sondrol and Mrs. John Bohning of Clear Lake and Mrs. H. H. Bryant, Mrs. C. H. McNider, Mrs. J. L. Pauley, Mrs. John Sen- aeff and Mrs. R. E. Romey, Mason City. Drainage projects designed _to eradicate mosquitoes in the vicinity of Miami, Fla.. have furnished employment to 550 men. QUEEN OF DRAKE RELAYS FRENCH SXEAM OIL DC ART, REALISTIC, Permanent Waves were listed in our Monday ad at $2.75. . . · THIS WAS WRONG: The correct price .$2,25 Wave Shop 9 First S. E. Plrone 100U DES MOINES. April 24.--A blue eyed blond beauty from Northwestern university, Miss Martha Stull, will be queen of the silver anniversary Drake relays. Announcement of her selection by a committee of artists was made today by Miss Esther Sipling-, editor of the Quax, Drake yearbook, who sponsored the contest for the honor between beauties from schools to be represented by athletes in the relays. The queen will come to Des Moines Friday morning to preside over the great track classic, with all expenses paid. She will be crowned Saturday afternoon by Major John L. Griffith, founder of the relays and referee for the silver anniversary meet. Miss Stull is 19, not engaged, is 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighs 125 pounds, and has a flawless complexion. Her interests are anything but frivolous. After her graduation she plans to do graduate study, then work in a psychiatry clinic with occasional trips to Germany and France for research. During her stay in Des Moines she will be attended by a court of honor formed by the six 1934 Drake beauties, the Misses Jo Loe of Pasadena, Cal.; Gladys Accola of Sheridan, Wyo.; Josephine Peterson of Council Bluffs, and Nadine Ingleman, Lois Demmon, and Frances Ewing of Des Moines. The contest for the queen was conducted by Miss Sipling and Miss Mary McGuire, associate editor of the Quax. Miss Stull will be elaborately entertained at luncheons, dinners and dances while at Drake. 3 SHARE HONORS AT Protect Your Furs from Moths-Fire-Theft Also expert repairing and remodeling--phone 788 or 78! MawUllSiuift l(.LlftH£»5 1 R'qFUERS J J Three birthdays Were celebrated at the, home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Falk in Plymouth. Mrs. Falk, her daughter. Mrs. W. B. Gharst of Perry, and Mrs. Falk's grandson, Raymond M. Wheeler, who lives southeast of Mason City, were the honorees. Dinner was served and I the time spent informally. | HEREID-NATVIG j ·NEW HAMPTON, April 24.-Miss Margaret Natvig and Nelvin Hereid, both of Saude, were married Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, the Rev.. H. M. Tjernagel, pastor of the Saude Lutheran church, officiating. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Day Natvig of Saude, has been a rural school teacher. The bridegroom is the son of Ole Hereid. The couple will live on a farm near Saude. "Sociat'Gaiendar TUESDAY Enjoy this special blend "SALADA" Fund Started by $5 Check of Salesman U n k n o w n Traveling Man Gave Initial Sum to B.P.W. Scholarship. Believe it or not, an unknown traveling salesman donated a sum of money to the Mason City Business and Professional Women's club which formed the nucleus of the schola?-ship loan fund. The fund b-- grown from the original $5.40 check to $780.03 and it is the hope of the club that the $1,000 mark may be reached in the near future. Many Mason City girls have been aided in getting an education through the fund from which loans are made to pay for high school or business or professional training. Loans are limited to 5200 and the proceeds of all loans so made, upon payment, together with all interest earned and collected thereon, revert to and become a part of the trust fund and can in no way be diverted. Moral Obligation. Careful investigations are made and the girl's mother as well as the girl who receives the loan are given to understand what is expected of them in the matter of returning money loaned--not only the moral obligation of repaying money, but also the debt this girl owes another girl because she herself has been helped. The scholarship fund was started in 1924 when a stranger overheard members of the club expressing their wishes that they might have money for such a purpose. The fund was increased by revenue received for three years from the competitive vaudeville. No project has been sponsored in the last few years since dues were expected to take care of all necessities which might j arise. Approximately one-tenth of the annual dues were transferred during these years. · loans Diversified. Loans to girls who are starting four year courses have not been encouraged. There has been a wide diversification of loans--high school education, osmetologist, teaching, social service, laboratory technicians and other branches of service being represented. The educational trustees of the GAY FROGK FOR SPRING POPULAR LINGERIE TRIMMING GIVES LIFE TO CREPE FKOCK OF ATTRACTIVE DESIGN UlolKMiiUFttc lYi-Hcjj 19 rent I'uttcrit. iW l l r t l i Avenue. Nen Vork Ulj - ··- ii -- By DIANA D A Y Distinctive features of this dress are the dainty frilled trim, slim waistline belted only at the back and slim-line skirt that snugs the hips. Navy and white crepe silk print which bids fair to be a popular color this spring and summer--combined with white crepe frilling makes a lovely scheme for such a frock. It's so easy to make it as you can see at a glance how utterly simple this model is with its raglan shoulders. Style No. 691 is designed in sizes 1-1, 1C, 18 years, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust. Size 36 requires 3% yards of 39- inch material with yard of 39-inch contrasting. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting Spring Fashion Book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City. f ) A/r · r resent at Meetings Only a few study clubs have not completed their schedules for the season. Chautauqua club and Twentieth Century club met Monday afternoon. At the Chautauqua club ing- at the home of Mrs. Delaware avenue northeast, Monday afternoon. Miss Kern gave ;I magazine review and Mrs. Carrick ! discussed "Xlic Ozark Mountain ' Folks" by Randolph. ' Youngerman, the lesson on raeet- R. O. "The Art of the Garden' 1 was given by Mrs. W. T. Sinnard. Mrs. E. E. Hersey led the current events. Miss Laura Kern and Mrs. C. C. Carrick had the lesson at the Twentieth Century club meeting at the home of Mrs. J. E. McDonald, 933 COUl'LES SAV VOWS AT LITTLE JJKOWN CHUKC'II NASHUA. April 24.--The Kcv. William Kent officiated at marriages at the Little Brown church for Ruth Brooks and Henry Madesen, both of West Branch; Elnoie Olanclcr and Ncls B. Sylvander. both of Red Whig. Minn.; Ethel Triphahn and William Kaefferstcin. both of Clinton. The Nev/ark, N. J., airport holds the record for number of passengers and a:r.ount of mail loaded aii'J unloaded. Bits About 'Em TEA "Fresh from the Gardens" 600 "Look at the Roots" there is the future of your plants \Ve invite you to examine the roots as well as the rest of the plant of the following stock at our Cash and Carry nursery. EVERGREENS--B and B, each $1.25 to $3.00 SHRUBS--25 varieties, each 23c SHADE TREES, each 6Sc to S1.98 ROSE PLANTS--20 varieties, each 34c FRUIT TREES, each 19c to 39c RASPBERRIES, per dozen 73c STRAWBERRIES, per 100 §1.00 and $2.00 And all other stock for planting at the same low price. PROSPERITY GARDENS Cash and Carry HERMAN M. KXUDSON, Prop. 13th St. S. E. and Tc-Jcral Ave: S. Cash and Carry Clio club- Miss Cora Sundell, 49 Crescent drive, Mrs. R. L. Jackson, lesson. T. r. ; . T. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Baptist Y. W. A.-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. C. Sullivan, 1309 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, pot luck supper. Immanuel Martha society-6:45 o'clock, progressive dinner. McHinley C. S. C.-Postponed to May 2. Milwaukee R. R. Women's club-7:30 o'clock, clubrooms. WEDNESDAY G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-1:30 o'clock. Eagles hall, followed by cards at 2 o'clock. M. C. Life Underwriters-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., program. Wa-Ta.n-Ye-- Hotel Hanford, dinner, card party for Clear Lake club. 0. T. T. club-1 o'clock. Hotel Hanford, -Mrs. O. ' S. Norstad, hostess. Oweso club-1:15 o'clock, Jefferson Amber 1 room, Mrs. Otto Eng-ebretson, hostess. Fortnightly club-2 o'clock v Mrs. J. E. Mettler, 625 North Federal avenue. Trinity Washington circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. A. T. Ambrosen. 318 Ninth street northwest. Social Hour club-Mrs. C. W. Files. Tabernacle society-2:30 o'clock, St. Joseph hall, Mrs. Larry Nolan, Mrs. Jerome Blake, hostesses, one act play, social hour. Central Lutheran guild-Church parlors. Mrs. B. J. Dittke, Mrs. L. E. Eggert, Mrs. O. T. Anderberg, hostesses. Jefferson C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school. · visitation night. j Bethlehem Willing Workers-! 7:30 o'clock, church parlors. Mrs. A. W. Otto, Mrs. Fred Groh, Mrs. A. Toensing, Mrs. J. M. Willock. 1. O. F--8 o'clock, Eagles hall. Phoenician club-8 o'clock, Miss Carol Hass, 1 Taylor avenue southwest, lesson, Miss Myrtle Niedert. Senior G. F. S.-8 o'clock, south parlors of Y. W. C. A. MRS. HERB HOWARD HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Herb Howard, 333 Twentieth strest southwest, was honored at a farewell party given by Mrs. L. Hunt, Mrs. R. L. Holtz and Mrs. J. H. Factor at the Factor home, 440 Twenty-fifth street southwest, Monday. The time was spent informally and lunch was served. A gift was presented to Mrs. Howard, who with Mr. Howard will leave this week to make their home in Mclntyrc. :und at present are Miss Joy Ridge- vay, Mrs, Lora Glanville and Mrs. Dora Liesveld. In the event that the B. P. W. club should be dissolved, irovision has been made that the court appoint three trustees to administer the fund. Miss Mary J. Feige Elected Chairman of Book Review Section At the last meeting of the Grade Teachers book review and current events department at the library assembly Monday evening, Miss Mary Jane Feige of Wilson school was elected chairman for the coming year and Miss Maude Gordon of Harding school, secretary. The pro- jram for the evening incuded a review of "Men Against Death" by Paul de Kruif given by Mrs. Draper Long and a discussion of current events led by Dean S. L. Rugland. Contract Tournament to Be Held at Eadmar Contract bridge will be played Wednesday afternoon at a tournament sponsored by Mrs. O. A. Lueders, Mrs. Ellen Wflite and Mrs. Lloyd Roberts at the Eadmar hotel. Play will begin at 1 o'clock on the mezzanine floor of the hotel. Mrs. Lueders, Mrs. White and Mrs. Roberts have sponsored a series of tournaments during the season. H. G. L. CLUB MEETS AT SENNEFF HOME Miss Margaret Bourne and Mrs. Richard Senneff entertained the H. G. L. club Monday evening at the Seneff home, 812 First street northwest. Dinner was served at 8 o'clock and later bridge was played with, high score prizes going to Mrs. C. R. Messer and Mrs. Milton Olson. I When George Washington died he ! left an estate valued at $5,300,000. Mrs. John Balfaift, 11 River heights, and Mrs. H. H. Green, 1313 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, have returned from Chicago where they attended the convention of the Chicago, Milwaukee Railroad Women's club at the Palmer house April 20 and 21. Mrs. H. E. Byram was reelcted- president-general of the group at the meeting. * * * Mrs. A. E. Fisher of Des Moines has. returned to her home after a visit-at the R. R. Oulman residence, 25 Seventh street northeast. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seney. 622 Washington avenue north-.vest, drove to Northfield, Minn., Tuesday where they were called by the illness of their son, Ray, Jr.. student at Carleton college. He has been confined to the college hospital, for a week. :;: * V Gilbert McEwen, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McEwen, 40 Washington avenue northwest, was one of the 73 freshmen at the University of Iowa to make a B average or better during the past year. Hodgin, retiring president of tte district, will be succeeded by Miss Esta Jo Gustafson of Waterloo. Melvin Singer of Oelwein is the now vice president, the Rev. Robert Kittrell of Manchester, advisor. * * * C. W. Smith of Des Moines, formerly of Mason City, spent Monday here. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT DECORAH DECORAH, April 24.--Marriage licenses were issued to Louis Suchan, Decorah, Till Etteldorf, Ossian; Matt Jostock, Kasson, Minn., Violet Parkinson, Oranoka, Minn.; Donald F. Bulman. Waukon, Alice M. Brandt, Frankville; Charles H. Himes, Faith, S. Dak., Bernice Mar- j ion Harkness, Hesper. Mrs. C. S. Rankin, Rankin, and Dorothy Mrs. B. A. and Robert Rankin, 619 Maryland avenue southeast, left Monday for Omaha w*.ere they will spend a week with relatives and friends. * # Luther Hodgin, John Young, Jr., Aubert Jones, Miss Ruby Johannsen and Miss Deris Miller have returned from Waterloo where they attended the spring rally of district 3 of the Iowa Baptist Young People. Mr. Buy VIGORO From Currie-Van Ness Co. 4c Ib. in 100 Ib. lots. We will loan you a spreader. SPECIAL ONE 8x10 PAINTING for $1.50 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 3272 Bagley-Beck Bidg. SQUARE Boomhower Hardware Co. VIGORO DEALERS For Sale in any quantity. Get our prices before buying. Kemble's for VIGORO! We'll give you Free Advice on the application of Vigoro. Kemble's Greenhouse Mason City Hardware Co. "OVER O?i EAST STATE'' a good place to buy VIGORO !*re u* for garden »up|llfi of nil kinds. 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