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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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1 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 · 1937 SEVEN I E T Y Program Is Planned lor Father's Night of Harding P. T. A. At the fathers' night program of the Harding P T. A. Thursday evening at 7:30, Dr. C. E. Flynn will speak on the subject, "Enlarging Our Children's Horizon." The program will also include instrumen- . tal numbers, music by a quartet, acrobatic and tap dancing. C. K. Kinney will entertain with monologs. The committee in charge of the program is S. V. Stott, F. W. Al- dcrhold and W. D. Thrams. On the refreshment committee are C. B. McGowan, M. L. Lewis, S. Schoon, .L. A. Anderson and Wilbur Plath. Pieceding the meeting, at 7 o'ciocK will be an executive board meeting. --0-^Music Numbers Given .for Madison Center The program at Madison community center Tuesday was given before one of the largest crowds of the year at the school. Mrs. Bur- clctla Sable was in charge of the program. Little Herman and His German bund gave a short concert. The mc-mbcs of the band were Bob Collen, Earl Fladness, Ernest Pickering and John Leonard. The Shinn brothers, Donald, Robert and Vernon, sang popular ii'um- ,bers with their mother, Mrs. Vern Shinn. at the piano. The boys sang, "Plenty of Money for You," "Is It True What They Say About Dixie," and "Sing Baby SinL Movifis were shown by the Y. M. C. A. of the national parks in Colorado furnished through the courtesy of H. W. Odle. --o-HAWKINS-BENSON LITTLE CEDAR--Miss Claribel Benson and Adolph Hawkins were married at the Congregational parsonage, Osage. Mrs. Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fret Benson, living west of town, is a graduate-ol the Little Cedar high school. · Mr, Hawkins is employee in a garage at Le Hoy, Minn After a .trip through Texas they will make their home in Le Roy --o-VINE-WOODSON DECOHAH--Announcement has been made o£ the marriage of Miss Vii-gie Woodson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Reuben Woodson of Wes 1 Union, and Melvin Vine, son of -Ml-., and Mrs. John Vine of Deco- WOMAN'S WEAKNESS P E R I O D I C pains, backache, n e r v o u s n e s s a n d d i s c o m f o r t s associated with function- a l d i s t u r b a n c e s , from which women often suffer, can be relieved by_ the use of Dr. -Pierec's Favorite Prcscrip- tum. Read titis: Mrs. Geo. Carrfwcll of 1119 IVall St., Sioux City. Iowa, said: "I was in i dragged-nut condition, riue I suppose lo feminine weakness. I had lost much \vtiglu, p-oulil have. cramps and pains ;u rtguUi limes, 33r. Piercc's Favor lie Prescription helped me almost from the very first- My A p p f l t l e improved and t sradualty won back nty sire/iBih. ' w.is relieved of (he headaches associated iviiii the feminine suffering and gained in weight." Sold by aruggisls. Frock in Basque Style GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City ' By DIANA DAY ' Frock Has Tight Bodice Lacing Up Front and Flared Skirt Inspired by Tyrolean Fashion. Daughter will loolc and feel sn smart in this fitted and flared dress of blue cotton inspired by Tyrolean fashion. The lilted bodice has bright red lacing down the front that bow so unningly at the waistline. Two rows of bias binds--one bright red and the .other snowy white, accentuate the hem of the flared skirt. The bias binds also edge the fetching shirt collar and the turn-back flared sleeve cuffs. And bv the way, these bias binds come already folded, ready to stitch, and for a very nominal sum. To copy it exactly it takes only 2 J ,i yards of 39-inch material with 7 yard£ of braid for the 8 year size. She 3 )! want mummy to make her anolner of a colorful peasant cotton pi int. Detailed Sewing Chart accompanies the pattern. Style No. 3247 is designed for sizes U, 8, 10, 12 and 14 years. Suite' fifteen cents '(15c) (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plain'y your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. · The spring fashion magazine is full ox fashions for you and your family The price is only 10 cents per 'copy. You will find it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring outfit, and your early summer cottons. You have only to study yourself and take your choice, for there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the new models Book costs 10 cents. Send ior it today. Book and pattern together 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but Dcp.irtment, 1GO Fifth Avenue address Globe-Gazette Pattern New York City. rah, by the Rev. O. Glesne at the Decorah Lutheran church parsonage. They were attended by Mrs. Lillian Kiblor, sister of the bridegroom, and Elmer Vine, brother of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Vine will make their home in Mount Vernon, where the former is connected with the American Telephone and Telegraph company, --o-- L1VE-Y-ERS TO MEET THURSDAY AT Y. ' The Live-Y-ers lecture to be given at the Y. W. C. A. Thursday evening by Mrs. Curtis Amen will be at 8 o'clock instead of 7:30 o'clock as was .originally planned. Mrs. Amen will speak on personality. SILVEY-TOItDOFF POPE JOY--Miss Vera Tordoff and Lawrence Silvey were married at the Little Brown church near Nashua, by Rev. H. Fairlie of Nashua. Me. and Mrs. Silvey will start housekeeping on a farm northwest of town in the near future. HER EYES HAVE NEVER GROWN "OLD" . Years ago, when her eyesJirsL showed signs of strain, she had them examined and a competent registered eye special- Is!. prescribed glasses. Then, too, she provided herself with the sight-saving light of an T. E. S. Better Sight Lamp. As a result her eyes have never grown old! Needlework, reading, all ."close" work doesn't bother her a bit! Look to the future! Have your Lighting as well as your eyes checked. Light and sight go together. PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTMC COMEDY BETTER LIGHTS BETTER SIGHT The fellow who used to sit u with a sick friend now has a bet ter alibi; he's sitting down witl the boys at the plant. -- Boston Transcript. Tubbesing to Talk to Junior Chamber at Algona Thursda) ALGONA--The first meeting a£ ter organization of the Junio Chamber of Commerce will b held Thursday evening at the Le gioii hall. Jay M. Tubbesing, presi derit of the' Mason City Junio Chamber of Commerce, will b the chief speaker. It is expecte that other members of that cham ber will be present. Johnson Waives on Local Driving Charg E l m e r Johnson, Northwooc waived preliminary hearing Tues day before Police Judge Morri Laird, and was bound to the grani jury on a charge of driving whil intoxicated. His bond was fixed a 5500. Johnson was arrested b; sheriff's deputies at 1:20 o'cloci the morning of March 2 on High way 65 about 5 miles north of Ma son City. His heaving was con turned at that time. Huxtable Drug Store offers FREE Sample of new High Blood Pressure treatmen Every High. Blood Prcssur Sufferer in Mason City is urge to go to H u x t a b l e Drug Co., 11 So. Federal Ave., and receive free sample of ALLIMIN Es sence of Garlic Parsley Tablet for High Blood Pressure as we] as a booklet of valuable infor mation. These tablets are mad by a prominent Chicago concen and according to reports from doctors they are most effectiv in reducing High Blood Pressure relieving headaches and dizziness A special new process by whic ALLIMIN Tablets are produce makes them both tasteless an\ odorless. A two weeks' treatmen costs only SOc. DIAMOND BROS. SPECIALS THURSDAY Powdered SUGAR 3 Pounds . . . . . . . 20C MATCHES Boxes CABBAGE 7 Pounds Wisconsin White POTATOES Per P e c k . 45c CERRO GORDO TO BE REPRESENTED AT CONFERENCE Modern Methods of Fighting Tuberculosis to Be Presented. Cerro Gordo county will be rcp- esented at the twenty-second nniuil meeting of the Io\ya Tu- emilosis association to be held DCS Moines Thursday and riday. At this meeting modern mcUi- ds of fighting tuberculosis will studied by several hundred ersons from all parts of the .ate. The report on the work of le Cerro Gordo county assocja- 011 will be made by Dr. L. R. Voodward. At the medical session f the convention Dr. Harold W. lorgan of Mason City will speak n laboratory aids. Also attending the convention rom Mason City will be Miss Edith May of the Mason' City ublk health nursing service. To Show Methods. The program for the meeting neiucles sessions for medical len, nurses and lay workers. The nodical program will emphasize nethods for the early diagnosis nd treatment of tuberculosis, in- luding means for "splinting the ungs" of tuberculosis patients. A symposium on the early diag- losis and treatment of heart dis- ase will also be presented on the ipening day's medical session un- ler the sponsorship of the Iowa Heart association. The Thursday program for lay vorkers will include sessions on Christmas Seal sale and health education methods, together with ummaries of local tuberculosis projects carried on during the last year in two typical counties, -erro Gordo and Appanoose, and '.wo typical cities, Dubuque and ndianola. Lay Session Planned. A joint medical and lay session on the subject "The Tuberculosis Problem Today" is scheduled for March 12. The subject will be dealt with from the viewpoints of he statistician, the sanatorium administrator, the private prac- .itioncr of medicine, the medical social worker, and the public Health director. A breakfast for public health nurses is also scheduled for this day. Speakers for the two-day meeting include Dr. Walter L. Bler- riug, Dr. Marvin F. Haygood and R. L. McLaren of the state department of health, Dr. M. E. Barnes, Iowa City, president of the Iowa Tuberculosis association, Dr. John H. Peck, superintendent of Oakdale state sanatorium, Dr. J. C. Painter, superintendent o£ Sunnycrest sanatorium, Dubuque, Miss Bernadine Striegel, R. N., Cherokee, supervising nurse of the Northwest Iowa district health unit, Miss Marguerite Breen, St. Paul, educational director of the Minnesota Public Health association, and Miss Mary L. Taylor, 'Milwaukee, a member of the staff of the Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis association. All sessions of the meeting are open to the public. 10 Candidates to Be I n i t i a t e d by Elks State Champion Team Mason City lodge 375 of the B. P. O. E. will hold initiation for a class o£ 10 candidates Thursday evening at the clubrooms. The slate champion ritualistic team from Decorah will conduct the initiation. GREIMAN FINED $100 IN COURT Is Charged With Leaving Scene of Accident on North Federal. Norman Greimau, Garner, was fined S100 and costs Wednesday by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident. · Greiman was arrested by police at Seventh street and North Federal avenue at 1:15 o'clock Wednesday morning after the car he was driving had collided with a parked car in front of 302 North Federal avenue. The parked car was owned by L. V. Snorf. Greiman stated that he went to sleep. A tender of the Snorf car was damaged. 'VAGABOND KING' AT HAMILTON'S Fifty Members of Cast Give Program at Business School. Miss Ellen Smith, vocal instructor tor the high- school musical department, brought approximately 50 members of the cast of "The Vagabond Kins" to the Hamilton school Wednesday morning and they gave a short preview of it. Afler an opening chorus by the entire group, Russell Bistline entertained with a solo; Ruth Dugel, as Katherine, sang "Some Day," and Barbara Scott, as Huguette, sang "Love Tor Sale." The two comedians o£ the group were Lester Boyce, playing the part of Tabarie, and Bob Rampton, playing the part oE Francois. After they played a short scene Stanley Rivedal, taking the part of Francois, sang the title song, "The Song of the Vagabond." The numbers were especially well received by the students oC the school of commerce, and were in fact delightfully presented. 1£ the numbers presented to the Hamilton students are a true indication of what may be expected when the operetta is presented in its entirety at the high school auditorium March 16 and 17, those who are fortunate enough to hear 'I will not be disappointed. Boys' Safety Patrol Hears Brown, Vorhies Harry Brown and Fred Vorhies appeared before the Lincoln school boys' patrol Wednesday at the regular weekly meeting at the Y, M- C. A. This group is composed of 70 boys from Lincoln school who patrol the three corners near Central school. More than 180 periods are filled each week by this group of boys. The work they do is strictly of a volunteer nature and the boys do it on their own time when they do not have classes. The patrol is sponsored through co-bperation with Lincoln school, the Lions club safety committee, the local Mason City Safety council and the Y. M. C. A. Art Krager, principal, heads the grouo from the school. Jefferson Girl Chosen. DES MOINfeS, (#)--The Iowa Daughters of the American Revo- ution, in conference here, selected Dorcas Jane Schoppe, Jefferson high school girl, to make a 'patriotic pilgrimage" to Washington, D. C., in April. B R I N G H O M E SOME KEMP'S BALSAMj BOBBV HAS C O M E H O M E WITH WET FEET A G A I N ! -£~^f^y'S ^^--li-^z^, P R O T E C T S ^SKIN^ AGAINST HARD WATER This clear, golden lotion counteracts (he drying, roughening effect of hard, alkaline water. Used regularly, it helps keep skin smooth and lovely because it j?(- iniscs. Convenient to use, it dries quickly, is never sticky, greasy or gummy. At all toilet goods counters. Chamberlain Laboratories, Inc., DCS Moities, la. I Y D U H S K 1 K KEMPS BALSAM- FOR THAT couGHjl Chamberlain's Lotion COURT APPROVES LAWYERS' FEES New Clay Products Stock Totaling 45 Pel- Cent Given Ontjes, Dunn. Judge T. A. Beardmore, in a ruling filed Wednesday in district court relative to F. A. Ontjes' and E. G. Dunn's claims for attorney fees in the action brought by Albert TYeUm, et al., against the Natior.f.l Clay Products company and Fred Keelcr. awarded the twa attorneys approximately 775 sharoF of stock in the reorganized company which is known us the American Brick and Tile company. Of this a m o u n t ot stock, which represents 45 per cent of the total, Mr. Ontjes received five-ninths and Mr. Dunn the remaining four- ninths. The stock has no par value and the attorneys, under the court's ruling, will share proportionately with other stockholders according to the value of the company's holdings. Mr. Ontjes had claimed for fees in tho amount of approximately $30,000. and Mr. Dunn had asked for about $18,000. TITONKA BOY LIVES IN BROODER HOUSE UNDER QUARANTINE TITONKA--.Douglas Gcrdcs ot Scjranton is under q u a r a n t i n e for scarlet fever in a brooder house ai the Oppedal farm southeast of Titonka. Ho was attending high school in Scranton and became ill. His parents had just come to this community and his mother was keeping house for the Oppedal brothers. The Scranton doctor got in touch with officials of the state board of health and received permission for his removal under certain restrictions. Arrangements were then made with township health authorities here to quarantine the lad immediately on his arrival. The boy is not very sick and is living alone in the'properly placarded brooder house. How cruel to travel all the way to Spain just to help kill people! Nice men stay at home and furnish the tools.--Fountain Inn Tribune. They're new! They're smart! Every pair is styled for Spring! There's comfort, wear and value in every Penney shoe! 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Dressy Oxfords Aft ^* * for Boy, and Girls Serviceable slltchflowns of black calf leather. Smartly trimmed. Double sole for Ion; wear. Men's Bluchers Fine Value $£.98 Black side leather . position soles and hceis. Haded, exceptional O X F O R D S For School Boys' Bal style Goodyear welt shoes. Leather sole, rubber heel. Serviceable, Wonderful values! J . C,. P E N N E Y C O M P A N Y , T n c o r p o r a * e d

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