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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 20, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 20 1936 NINE I I 1 RV Junior Luther League Formed at St. James A Junior Luther league was organized Sunday evening at the St. James Lutheran church. A constitution was presented and it will be adopted at the next meeting which was decided to be held May 3. Eugene Schroeder, Kenneth Schroeder, Jewell.Dusheck, Gilbert Dusheck, Donald Schultz, Roger Buhr, George Weitzel and Norma Bahr have joined the league. These, together with those wh'o join at the next meeting will be considered as charter members. The following officers were elec- ted: President, George Wcitzel; vice president, Gilbert Dusheck; secretary, Norma Bahr and treasurer, Jewell Dusheck. These officers will hold their office for one year. The purpose of the Junior league is to give the newly confirmed young people an opportunity to take part in Luther league work. MKS. BERNARD JONES HOSTESS AT PARTY Mrs. Bernard Jones, 2314 North Federal avenue, entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening at her home. Following dinner, 500 was played with high score prize going to Guy Peters and low to Frank Fcwins. c. hi b! Of ce st R NJ ' ^ de, in | 4 ' "L( Die tro Pi* am i foil 1 the - tod i i inn ·"'. MAS' t ) suin ii" c T. . \ o. r ', Ac,. Dlllnb R. n ^" "' °'c |E : S iHJoic le«rst ' i'floeatix a! ctor, : SINCERELY FLATTERING And Easily Taken Care of HOLLYWOOD'S RINGLET PERMANENTS Guaranteed Oil Waves at $2.75, $3.75, $4.75 Also $1.95 111/2 South Federal Phone 281 Orer Kresge's Store SOCIETY NEWS Blanche Maytag Gives Talk at Garner Meeting GARNER--Fifty members of the Business and Professional Women's club of district 3, representing seven towns, met here Sunday at a 1 o'clock luncheon, followed by a program with Mrs. W. R. Hamilton of Mason City as chairman. Miss Blanche Maytag of Newton, state president, had as her subject "Spring Infusion." She talked on plans for the state convention to be held at Council Bluffs in May. Other speakers were Miss Blyth'e Bonnctte. of Davenport, first state vice president, and Dr. Effie McCullom Jones of Webster City, pastor of the Unitarian church of that city, who spoke on "Sisters in the Skin." She stressed the need for woman to work with united effort, saying that never in the past 20 years have there been so many opportunities open to women. Mrs. Hamilton of Mason City and Miss Margaret Rommel, president of the Garner club, talked briefly. Doctors prescribe il for CONSTIPATION Many doctors are advising their patients to eat Honey Krushed Wheat Bread regularly. They write .us of case after case where it has aided greatly in avoiding constipation. From all over the country come letters from men and women reporting that Honey Krushed Wheat Bread has helped them combat constipation and regain their old time zest for living. Approved by Good Housekeeping The first and only independently distributed bread ever awarded tiis distinction. Besides wearing the coveted Seal of Approval of the Good Housekeeping Bureau, Honey Krushed has been endorsed by many physicians and dietitians. throughout the country as a safe, helpful way to' promote regularity. Pure honey and other natural ingredients have a soothing and stimul- atin .effect. n the. intestines. Delicious Nut-Lib Flavor Even if you've never lilted whole wheat breads you'll ask to have the Honey Kruslicd plate passed again and again. Toasted or plain it ha= a nut-like flavor that can't be described or imagined. Easy Way to Avoid Constipation Why experiment with temporary purgatives often harsh and habit-forming. Try this natural way. Supplement your diet with this wholesome food. Make this 10 Day Test Eat Honey Kruslied regularly with your meals for 10 days. Eat it liberally and chew it well. In a short time you should notice a decided improvement in your bowel tone and condition. Ask 3'our grocer for Honey Krushed Wheat Bread today. Tell him you want the original and genuine. Ready sliced and wrapped in a moisture-proof wrapper with the Cellophane window. Over a million loaves sold weekly throughout U. S. Baked By DIAMOND SILVER CUP BREAD BAKERS i* f'6* \\oneH' .V^ W There is health, happiness and economy in Maytag helpfulness--health, because it removes the drudgery of hand-nibbing the clothes--happiness, because it releases many washday hours for other things -- economy, because its careful washing makes the clothes last longer. The one- piece, cast-aluminum tub, the Gyratator washing action, originated by Maytag, the Roller Water Remover and other Maytag developments arc combined with highest grade materials and expert workmanship throughout, Ask the nearest dealer for vasy payment plan Visit the MAYTAG DEALER Near You M.2M-36 T H E M A T T A O C O M P A N Y , MANUFACTURERS F O U N D E D 119! · N E W T O N , I O W A Superior Value By Every Comparison 22 2nd St. N. E. Free Demonstration in Your Own Home Phone 2067 Miss Edith McGee Weds Dr. Finnegan CRESCO--The Assumption Catholic church, Cresco, was the scene Saturday of the marriage of Miss Edith M. McGee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen McGee of Cresco, to Dr. John E. Finnegan, son of Mr 1 . and Mrs. F. B. Finnegan of Minneapolis. The pastor, the Rev. J. A. McMahon, officiated in the presence of immediate relatives and close friends of the couple. They were attended by Miss Gladys McGee, siacer of the bride, and William Finnegan; brother of the bridegroom. Alter boys were Leo and Earl McGee, brothers of the bride. They will make their home in Minneapolis where Dr. Finnegan has been engaged in the practice of dentistry and is now assisting in the postoffice of Minneapolis. After a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride's parents, the bridal couple left on a wedding trip to Chicago and other points in Illinois. PHOENICIAN CLUB MEETS AT BREAKFAST Members of the Phoenician club met for breakfast Sunday morning at the Eadmar hotel. Guests included Mrs. David Holman of Nora Springs, Mrs. Hughes Bryant and Mrs. Kenneth Long. MKS. LOTTIE GASHEL HONORED AT PARTY Relatives of Mrs. Lottie Gashel gave a surprise dinner for her at her home in the Central apartments Sunday on the occasion of her birthday. The time was spent informally and a number of gifts were presented to Mrs. Gashel. SURPRISE PARTY FOR MKS. WALTER BARK Mrs. Walter Barr was honored at a birthday surprise party Saturday night at her home. There were 47 present and 500 was played at eight tables with high score prizes going to Bob Ayres and Mrs. Veno Crawford and low to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davis. Lunch was served by Mrs. Andy Peterson and Mrs. Davis and a gift was presented to Mrs. Barr. ,j« COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED NEW HAMPTON--Licenses to wc-d were issued to Don W. Scoles and Alyce Jones, both of Nashua; Earl H. Anderson of Forest City and Alice Marie Halvorsen of Minneapolis, Minn.; Allen J. Seime and Dorothy Sandford, both of Viroqua, Wis.; Chester Spangler of Craw- fc-rdville and Irnogene Lauderman of Washington. WHITE-HOLLINGWORTH HUTCHINS--Mrs. Ed Huber recently received word of the marriage of her son, James C. White, to Miss Grace Hollingworth of Alabama, which took place March 21. Mr. White is in the naval service of the government at the naval aviation station at Pensacola, Fla. They will make their home in Florida, HIGH SCHOOL p'.T.A. TO MEET TUESDAY High School P.T.A. will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium for a program which will include a group of songs by Mrs. C. G. Maudsley, accompanied by Mrs. R. E. Patten. Bob Hartz and Wilma Walters win give readings and there will be selections by the Vance accordion quartet. QUEEN ESTHER CLASS MEETS ON SUNDAY Members of the Queen Estber class met for breakfast Sunaay morning at the Bovaird tearooms. Miss Marguerite Leutenegger had charge of the program which included numbers by the Thimble Theater. Frank Currie, teacher of the class, conducted the lesson for the day. MRS. HARRY BEARD HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. C. J. Day. 402 Jackson avenue northwest, entertained- at a dinner and shower Sunday, honoring Mrs. Harry Beard of Nora Springs, who was Evelyn Day before her marriage. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Goodsell and Will Shepard and son of Nashua, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bc-n- ner of Burehinal. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baldwin and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Watkiris and son and Kenneth Dodd and son, Charles City, and Mrs. Bessie Beard and children of Nora Springs. .;. WILSON C. S. C. TO MEET TUESDAY Wilson Child Study circle will meet Tuesday evening at the school for a program which will include a discussion on "New Horizons for the Child" by Mrs. H. B. Major for the adolescent group, "Protection of Physical Health" by Mrs. T. E. Davidson for the school age group and "Discipline for the Young Child" by Mrs. Marvin Wiegman for the preschool child. ALMQU1ST-PACEY OSAGE--Irma Pacey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pacey, and Delmar Almquist were married at the Pacey home in the presence of the bride's parents and her sister and her thusfaand, Mr. and Mrs. William Canny. The Rev. Stiles Lessly of tie Congregational church read the service. Dorothy Cordes and Vernon Gilles were the attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Almquist left immediately on a two weeks trip to Texas. The bride, a graduate of the Osage high school, has been employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone company. Mr. Almquist has a position with the Champion Furniture and Undertaking company here and after May t they will 'be at home in the Jackson apartments. Young Boy Asks Advice Telling of His Interests By GAREY C. MYERS, PH. D. Child Training Expert "Dear Mr. Myers: I live in a small mining town of about 300 peo- )le. I always minded my parents; :onsequently I never cursed, drank or smoked. My mother never let me run the streets. I played at home with my slater or at some friend's or relative's house. Because of this most of the boys of my age called me "Sissy," and did not think I could play their games. I gradually stopped playing with them altogether. From the age of twelve I jegan to realize my relation to other soys and decided to stay at home. I read many books and employed myself around the house. Only now and then I would come across boys my age. "Now my mother made me realize, by upbraiding me, that I was being eft out of the fun of a sixteen-year, old boy. I find I am self-conscious n the presense of most people, while the boys my age are like strangers. As my new friends find out my ways, they don't have much to do with me. I am treated with specia contempt by three of my cousins who po to a near city school with me. They generally let the other boys know of my 'ways', and I lack the spirit to uphold my rights. . . I am tired of being the only boy in town who is a 'good boy.' "How can I act ajid do as othe» boys so I am considered as one o: them 1 Can I be particular about my appearance, etc.? Is it all right for me to study birds and raise flowers?" My answer to him was, in part; How well you write! As you grow older you will become more and more grateful to your parents foi the training they have given you but not for upbraiding you for being non-social, especially since the? didn't help you much to have good social pleasures. Superior Mentality. With your superior mentality, and good habits, you should be able to take care of yourself while ming ling with the rank and file of boy. and girls your age. Learn to do and "Get Acquainted" SPECIAL For One Week Only SHAMPOO and F I N G E R WAVE. Guaranteed ,Oil (tl FA Perm'anent, $3 Value 41.0U Miss Pearl Leeward, Operator Model Beauty Shop 9 1st St. S. E. Phone 967 :njoy the things they do which you :an approve; no more. Be too proud .0 feel hurt by their counting you queer; consider it a distinction. Set out to excel in some skills or recreations they will approve. Get nto athletics and other school activ- ties. Learn to play a musical instrument. Go on studying birds and ·aising flowers, if you find enjoyment from it.. By and by others will be visiting you to enjoy these things with you, as you will know more about them than anybody else in your neighborhood. Be yourself and ion't be ashamed to be different from the gang; only try to find more enjoyment with them. HOUSEHOLD CLASS TO MEET WEDNESDAY Members of the household em- ployes class will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. W. '. A. and there will be no sessions Monday or Thursday as originally planned. The lesson on Wednesday night will be on genera] cleaning and making beds and Mrs. L. A. Moore will lead the discussion. County Agent Olson in Panel Discussion at Rural Conference County Agent Marion E. Olson, Mrs. Olson, the Rev. William Galbreth and Mrs. William H. Spence were in Cedar Falls Monday attending the northeastern Iowa rural life conference. Mr. Olson was scheduled to appear as one of the panel members 'n the discussion of the "Rural Community Interests and Ways in Which Churches Are Helping to Advance Them." 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