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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1937
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. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 9 · 1937 Mrs. Vance President of W. M. A. at Bristow BRISTOW--The W. M. A. of the United Brethren church elected the following officers: President, Mrs. Clara Vance; vice president, Mrs. Hem-iette Hewittj-secretary, Mrs. Louisa Newbury; treasurer, Mrs. Rosa Folkerts. Mesdames George Vance, H. C. Newbury and Mimv Folkerts were chosen delegates to attend the Iowa Branch convention of the W. M. A. which convenes in Des Moines April 20. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES EMMETSBURG--Marriage licenses have been issued here the past few clays to Robert Gross, 23, and Velma Hieken, 22, both of Algona, and to Claude Dailey, 25, Bradgate, and Eleanor Truelson, 18, Havelock. Photographs Live Forever RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Phone 2372 Next 3. C. Penney Co. SEVEN I E T Y 2 Clubs Get Officers for Coming Year W o m e n ' s Organizations Hold Meetings for Study. Officers for the coining year were elected by two clubs, T. A. ·E. and Occident, at their meetings Monday. Regular study programs were conducted at most of the meetings. Occident club was entertained at luncheon at the home of Mrs. E. R. Dunlop, 120 Fifth street northwest, Monday afternoon with Mrs. Dunlop, Mrs. Roy Cobb, Mrs. E. F. Vincent, Mrs. Ada Felt and Mrs. W. S. Wilcox as hostesses. Mrs. L. J. Strahan was elected president of the club, Mrs. T. A. Burke, vice president; Mrs. F. C. White, secretary and Mrs. Milton Bergland, treasurer. T. A. E. Officers. Newly elected officers of the T. A. E. club are Mrs. L. E. Christen- Every New Style! Every Smart Fabric! Every Stunning Shade! 16 s Special Tomorrow! Fur-Trimmed or Tailored.. Swagger, Fitted « Mannish! Individual suits in smart swagger styles . . . flattering fur-trimmed models . . . clever man-tailored types . . . smart two and three-piece styles . . . suits in stunning contrasts--each tailored to perfection from choicest Spring fabrics! Gorgeous Colorful DRESSES Exquisite new printed dresses in gorgeous patterns and colors . .,,, superb laces . . . beautiful embroidered taffetas . . . ners over prints . . . fascinating frocks in thistle, beige or navy many two-piece models included! sen, president, Mrs. C. S. Pack, vice president, Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson, secretary and Mrs. Herbert McCulla, treasurer. The meeting was held at the Bovaird tearooms and Mrs. Pack led the lesson on Barnum. H. E. O. club met for luncheon Monday afternoon at the Home Tea room. A St. Patrick's program was presented with Mrs. George Walters and Mrs. C. E. Sherwood in charge. Study of Sweden. Mrs. H. Phillips was hostess to the Chautauqua club at her home, 325 Second street northeast, Monday afternoon. The current events were given by Mrs. J. C. Williams and Mrs. C. F. Bull spoke on "Sweden As a Nation." "Lionel Johnson's Views of Hardy" was discussed by Mrs. W. C. Odell and "Three Strangers" by Mrs. Stanley Haynes at the meeting of the Maria Mitchell club Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roe Thompson, 509 Washington avenue northwest. Mrs. Lee P. Loomis was hostess to the Twentieth Century club Monday afternoon at her home 320 First street southeast. The program included current events by Mrs. H. C. Friesnor and tlu- lesson "The Middle West" by Mrs. O. A. Leuders. --o-MRS. WILKINSON HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. E. D. Wilkinson was honored at a linen shower given Monday by Miss Margaret Thompson, 330 East State street. Dinner was served at the Cavern at a table centered with pink tulips, pink and white sweet peas and pink candles. Later bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Wilkinson and Mrs. Fred Schmitt. Mrs Wilkinson was -Helen Ehrlkh before her marriage. AKIYUHAPI CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Mrs. Gordon Richards entertained the Akjyuhapi club Monday evening at a 7 o'clock dinner at her home, 1044 West State street. Lavender sweet peas and tea roses centered the table. Contract bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. E. R Purse and Miss Isabelle Ellis. Mrs Leo Sweesey was a, guest. W. C. T. U. TO MEET WEDNESDAY AT Y. \V. W. C. T. U. will meet Wednesday I afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. fol- owing the Woman's club current events meeting. Mrs. August John- ion will talk on the Union Signal md the Rev. Roy Peyton of the Mi-st Presbyterian church will be :he speaker of the day. K. AND P. CLUB 7 MEETS AT FICKENS Mrs. H. W. Ficken and Mis. Catherine Kennies entertained the . P. club Monday evening at the lome of Mrs. Ficken, 309 Four teenth street southeast. The tim was spent in knitting and refreshments were served at the close of .he evening. UNHERWOOD-WESTOVER SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Byron Wcstover announce the marriage of ..their daughter, Anna Grace, to Albert Underwood at Gcno::, III. The bride who has made her home with her grand- m o t h e i , Mrs. Grace Westover, 'in Genoa the past 2 years, is a graduate of the Swaledale school. They. will make their home in Genoa 3 SOUTH FEDERAL Mew Officers Named by Junior Catholic Group's Counselors At a meeting of the counselors for the Junior Catholic Daughters :f America officers were elected including:, Betty Maricle, secretary; Mary Jane Quinn, treasurer. Miss Pauline Brasser was appointed chairman of the initiation committee. Miss Avis Gregory, chairman, announced t h a t arrangements have been made for counselors to be in the assembly room at tht library from 7:30 to 9 on Thursday evening, March 11, so that any junior wishing to pass her entrance tests may do so at that time. Girls who have not yet received their application blanks may now get them from Miss Gregory at the library- Copies of the entrance tests will also be available. Card PartyTrleld by V. F.W. Auxiliary V. F. W. auxiliary held the third in a scries of card parties Monday evening at the V. F. W. hall. High score bridge prize went to Mrs. C. C. Warden and low, Mrs. Jim Cassidy. Mrs. C. Molt won the high score 500 prize and Mrs. Harry Ditch, low. The door prize went to Mrs. George Smith. The next party will be March 17. Plans for a pot luck supper to be held Wednesday evening at G:30 o'clock were announced. Mrs. Adda Campbell, Davenport, department president, will be at the meeting which in observance of the auxiliary's third birthday. Six candidates will be initia- ated. HURJA TO QUIT POLITICAL POST Vlan Who Called Turn on 3 Elections to Return to Private Business. WASHINGTON, (/?} -- E m i l iurja, who called the turn on hree elections for the democratic national committee, is going back '.o private business. The gentle voiced expert in pro- hecy and patronage, who voluu- .eered his services to James A. Farley in 1932, said Tuesday he would quit politics within 60 days. Friends reported he would go to \vork for a New York insurance firm. Hurja achieved a reputation as a political analyst by predicting: That Franklin D. Roosevelt would win in 1932. That, the democrats would gaiii new seats in congress in 1934. That Al£ M. Land on would be the 1936 republican candidate. That President Roosevelt would be re-elected. His method? "When you begin to forecast elections, pluralities mean little. It's the percentage of the vote the party polled that counts," he once said. "Politics is a matter of geography." Once, at least, Hurja underestimated the democratic strength The day before.the 1336 election iie showed friends a "pessimist's poll" giving 364 "sure" electoral votes to Roosevelt and 167 to Landon. , " · Actually the president received all but eight--a figure which Farley hit upon in his own prediction. Social Calendar BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Ralph H. Merrill and son, Richard, Hampdeh Highlands, Maine, have arrived for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cardey, 107 Thirteenth street northeast. * a » Mrs. Charles Vender of Cresco, niece of T. G. McDermott, is spending some time visiting Mrs. G. A. Brunson, Crane apartments. S: '.;t C Mrs Hughes Bryant, 301 Kentucky avenue southeast, w i l l return Wednesday from Des Moines whore s,he is visiting her parents. Deaf Woman Now Hears on Telephone "I have been hard of hearing for 8 years," writes Mrs. Sturdevant of Mayville, N. Y. "I could not talk over the telephone. Last year T obtained OURINE. My hearing has improved so that 1 can talk over the 'phone as well as I ever could." OURINE was originated by an European car specialist, for those who are hard of hearing, bothered by head noises, earache, ringing and buzzing in ears, sick with the dread of approaching deafness. Get quick relief with OUR7NE today. It's easy to use--costs only a few cents daily. Money hack i; not satisfied. Sold at your Ford Hopkins Drug Store Gas, Gas theTime, Can't Eat or Sleep "The aas on my stomach wac so bad coutd not =nt or sleep. Even my me relief. Now I eat as I Ver felt """"··" ,, , » ' · · " · '·· SAoaf., ftW V.,6, ,,,,,,,,,. /n ,Mu, m ,,, f,r..l^.r ,lK, n ,l n l, MlTM!!,. F*.,,t r ,,,*«,,,, *,,,,,,,, ^ rf ,.,,,«· ,,,'$;,?. G've your bowed a REAL elei",|"' B with Adierika and «ee how good I you - 0 " " 1 " " liev " GAS TUESDAY Tu-Spol club 6:30 o'clock. Jefferson Ambci room, Mrs. Harry Arnold, hostess. Busy Bee Mission band-7 o'clock, Betty Birch, 1335A North Federal avenue. East Side Social circle-7:30 o'clock, church parlors Mrs. L. D. Fox, hostess. Baptist Y. \V. A.-7:30 o'clock, Agnes Compton, 8 Second street southeast, Caro Starr, assisting. Woman's club:-8 o'clock, First Methodist church Herbert Gould, soloist. C. D. A.-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Phoenician club-Postponed. WEDNESDAY G. F. S. Teen Age group-4 o'clock, St. John's Episcopal parish hall. Fortnightly club-1:45 o'clock, Mrs.' Oliver Repp 418 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, dislric' manager of Supreme Fores' Woodman 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. ItteKinley P. T. A.-School, "Stepping Out As Family," C. E. Gilman. White Shrine-6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple covered dish dinner, Mrs. M.' A. Harpstcr, chairman, special meeting and initiation at 7:30 o'clock. K. B. club-1 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Mrs. A. E. Smith, hostess. Bethlehem Division 2-Mrs. John Ebcrhardt, 1412 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Clio cluh-- 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. lotlsrc-- 8 o'clock, Moose hall. · V. F. W. Auxiliary-8 o'clock. V. F. W. hall. BROWNING SOCIETY TO iVftET iHAKCH 13 Evowning society will' meet Saturday evening, March 1.1, at fi o'clock with Mrs. Lee Bailey and Miss Cora Suntlell as hostesses. The lesson will be given by Miss Edith Gibbs. ·--o-- RADIO BROADCASTS WILL BE HEARD American Legion Auxiliary broadcasts for the coming weeks include one Wednesday from WSUI from 3 to 3:30 o'clock with community service as the topic. On March 16 there will be an evening program on safety from 10:45 to 1! o'clock over WHO and on March 19 a program from 2:15 to 2:30 over KOIL, Council Bluffs. --o-Just In,Time. A . pencil with a compartment holding aspirin tablets is on the market now, in good season to catch the public making up its income tax form.--Atlanta -i'on- slllutlon. ,\ ' CITY BRIEFS Mrs. William Wolilfman, 029 Sixth Place southeast, picked white daisies here Saturday, March 6. Firemen extinguished an awning fire in front of the Perfect cafe, operated by John Zahariadcs, 339 South Federal avenue, late Monday aflernoon, John Price, program director ot KGLO, was in Britt Tuesday transacting business. Birth certificates have been filed for Patricia Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gross 218 Eighth place southeast, borr Dec. 22; Richard Stanley, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Urenn, BIG Washington avenue southwest born Feb. 14; Karen Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Pan McEldoon, 1311 Delaware avenue southeast, born Feb. 18; Ray Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harolc Frederick Mueller, Manly, bom Feb. IB, and Constance, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Sam.Athanasiou 615 Monroe avenue northwest born Feb. 271 Jnited Commercial Travelers O f f i c e r s Installed at Meeting J. A. Diercks of Clear Lake was nstalled as senior c-xmselor ot the Jnited Commercial Travelers at he March meeting held at the P. 3, and E. auditorium. Other officers installed were: Junior counselor, Don Wells; conductor, L. M. Wood; page, Fred M. Grace; sen- inel, Koy D. Austin; chaplain, W. rl. Clarke; secretary-treasurer, F. B. Balkam. The o'licers were installed by Grand Deputy Schmidt, assisted by W. G. Stone and Roy V. Harris. Lieut. Col. Viles of Cedar Rapids Dies CEDAR RAPIDS, (XP)--Lieut. Col. S. C. Viies, 55, second in command of the 133rd infantry of the Iowa national guard, a World war veteran and a former member of the Cedar Rapids city council, died Tuesday at his home. Viles had served 32 years in the guard. He also was active in the Knights of Pythias and Odd Fellow lodges. Rites Held for Chrislensen. ALGONA -- Funeral services .vcre held Monday afternoon for Sever Christensen, 50, at the Mer- .-itt funeral home with the Rev. VI. A. Sjostrand, pastor of the First Lutheran church, officiating. Mr. -hristensen died last week at Blythe, Cal., following an operation while enroule home. UP TO REPUTATION" If you arc troubled with common constipation, read Miss Bundy's enthusiastic letter: "I used to feel poorly all tlio time -- just down and out. After reading- an advertisement about ALL-BRAN, I got n box. It has helped me ever since." Miss Mary Bundy, Bennettsvillc, S. C. Laboratory tests show that Kel- Eg's ALL-BRAN brings "bulk" to exercise the intestines; vitamin B to tone up the intestinal tract. Within the body, ALL-BIUN absorbs twice its \vcight in water. This soft mass gently clears tha intestines in a safe, natural way--· without any of the weakening action of pills and drugs. Just cat two tablespoonfuls daily --- with every meal in severe cases. Serve as a cereal with milk or fruits, or cook into recipes. Remember--ALL-BHAN . is a food -not a medicine. You buy it at tha grocery store. Mado by Kellop-c- in Battle Creek. Are You Trusting to Luck About Your RUPTURE i You arc doing just that If you are unconcerned whether you have the proper truss, correctly fitted or not. hut wear anything, putting it on carelessly in the morning and-trusting to luck. Don't take such chances. You may lie making your condition worse. Be sure by having our expert. Truss Fitter examine you. We fit, Akron Trusses exclusively and guarantee each to hold the rupture. Private fitting room. Co. Formerly the Michael Drug Co. 5 South Federal Avc. Mason Citv AUTHORIZED EXCLUSIVE AKRON TRUSS FITTER X\ V She's swung over to her favorite cereal . . . Want your l a m i l y to and .shine al hrcakfnsi? Serve Whc.TI-Oaia. A luscious blend of golden Min-rip- cncdwhcataiulpliimp mellow oats, \Vheai-Oaia is d o u b l y !cliciousi Doubly nutritious, too. 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