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March 25, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAKCH 25 1931 NATIONWIDE BUSIMESSGIRLS HELD AT Y. W. C. A. Honor Roll Includes Two LocarVVomen League of Women Voters to Commemorate Pioneers. WASHINGTON, March 25.--The names of two Mason City, women, Byrd L. Damon and the late Mary A. Emsley Adams, .will be included among those on the state roll of honor sponsored by the League of Women Voters to ba unveiled April is ': ' \ ' '··'· '· ... Twenty-four Iowa women have been selected for this unusual honor when the general council of the National League of Women Voters jvill unveil their names on a bronzo tablet commemorating those selected from all states for their pioneer efforts in the cause of woman suffrage. ' - . ·. One Iowa woman was selected .for the national roll of honor, while 23 others will be listed under the stale PREVENT BALDNESS New treatment' produces nmaa results ---- stop* hair from Jailing out --- roatcs il thick, vigorous, icjdthy and luxuriant. Try Rose'* J ino Moss. Sold by B«rber 3d Bcaulf Shops. Write for free pamphlet. Word Forum A Daily Discussion.: of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas · Invited. - 1 'By MBS. E. E. ..HUNTEB """ The word, memoir, is the object of much controversy by lexicographers. Most of'them agree that the word should be .divided vinem- wor with the E short as in 1 member. The O is short as in odd. Some give the last syllable 'war" with the A like the A in arm. There is little difference in the two, but it is well to remember that the syllable is pronounced ".wor" ' instead of "mor.',' , ·: ,- '. ROSE'S PINE MOSS LABORATORIES ElS Water St., Wototoo. Iowa honor roll. The unveiling will take place here at the national headquarters of the organization. The Iowa women are as follows: the Rev. Eleanor Elizabeth Gordon, Julia Clarke Hallam, the Rev. Mary Augusta Safford, Effie : McCollura Jones, Florence Humbird Hoch, Mary A. Emsley Adams, Byrd L. Damon, Dr. Harriet Bottsford Amy, Martha C. Callahan, Mary J. Coggle- shell, Mary Elma Hamilton, Eliza Heatonj Hunter, Caroline A. Rice Ingham, Anna B. Lawther, Dr. Margaret Billlngsley Mills, Martha Lavery Peck, Emily T. Phillips, Lizzie B. Read, Carrie C: Rutledge, Ida B Wise Smith, Rowena Edson Stevens, Eleanor Chafin Stockman and Lanche Schnadig Wolf. Oklahoma is going to 'prohibit billboards showing women and boys smoking. Why not' just prohibit billboards?--Ames Tribune'. in his studies ~ because of thePlANO! 4 Counties Represented at Meeting W. G. T. 0. Members Have Citizenship Session at Nevada. NEVADA, March 25. (UP) -Members of the Women's Christian Temperance Union from four counties assembled today for an all-day citizenship conference. . Several hundred women were expected from Boone, Story, Marshall and Hardin counties. Mrs. Ida B. Wise igm'ith, state president of the organisation, was scheduled to give an address at the closing aesslo'n to- hight'.'Mrs. Agnes-. TePaske, state vice president, was also on the program. Local and county work was under discussion in the morning meeting, and prohibition and law enforcement in the afternoon. Miss Ruth Swingen's Pupils' Presented in Piano Recital at Home ·Miss Ruth 'Swingen presented group of her piano pupils in a recital Tuesday| evening .at the home ot Dr. arid Mrs. B. Raymond Weston 21 Rock Glen. They included Ray Juniot\Clough, Masine Heichelbech Margery Brown, Jack Van .Sise Rosamond Webster, Dorothy Campbell, Joan Gilmore, Domine Haynes Ann Jean Nugent, Lucille Matkows ki, Betty Crabb, Max Degen, Cath erine Harrer, Eloise Meuwissen Forest Comvay, Ann Whyte, Elizabeth LeVoe and Ocy Aliene Fenske WHEELERWOOD SCHOOL PROGRAM POSTPONED The : program and basket spcia which was scheduled for March 2' at the Wheelerwood school has been postponed to March 31. Wife Preservers When making pineapple upside- down cake, try varying it by substituting orange juice for the pineapple juice in the cake recipe. It gives a different flavor.,. Young Married Folks Class Meets at Y. M.; End Attendance Contest Seventy-five were present at the March party of the Young Married Folks' class, Church of Christ, held Tuesday evening in the Y. M. C. A. The affair was the, termination of an attendance contest in which the men opposed the women. The men who were the victors were guests at the party. 1 A 6:30 o'clock supper was served after which there was indoor golf and swimming enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers, members of the class who are .moving to Des Moines, were presented witlra farewell gift from the organization. OIJVET CLASS HAS DINNER AT CHURCH. . Members of the Class-in-the-Corner of the Olivet ctiurch met for dinner Tuesday evening at the church. There 'were more than 40 per cent at a business meeting which was held followed by, a social hour with,,Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Posz in charge. The new officers including Mrs. Enersoni president; Mrs. Lester Crider, vice,-president, and Mrs. G. L. Wallace, secretary- treasurer, were present. - · . » F ROM all over the country, teachers are reporting that the boy and girl who know how to play the Piano excel^ as a general rule in all their studies. In factj Piano playing is recognized as one of the most important subjects in modern education. And it is rapidly becoming the most popular;--especially now that new, simple methods are making it so easy for the beginner, and group instruction in the schools is becoming available in practically every community. Easiest of Terms to Responsible Buyers Mrs. Campbell Likes Daly's Sink Mrs. Ruth Campbell, nationally known food expert, is using a Modern Sink from the N Daly Company at the She says, "It's just the right height and so convenient. I am so glad it was installed." MRS. KUTH CAMPBELL · The beautiful sink, which was (furnished and installed by the'W. J. Daly Company at the Cooking School, is pleasing Mrs. Campbell. She likes it so well because it is set at the right height, 36 Inches from the floor, and it has a double-swing- chromium plated faucet which furnishes hot arid cold water. You'll see' this modern · Sink on the Cooking School stage. Qv^rc^^^ · V W. J. DALY Co. PLUMBING 33 2nd STUEET N. E. HEATING PHONE 245 The Musical Program at the Cooking School begins every day at 1 P. M. Be there early. ' 1 Hear RALPH GEER Playing the New CABLE MIDGET PIANO also the NEW VICTOR ELECTROLA at the Globe - Gazette Cooking School Thursday and Friday The New. Cable Midget is sold exclusively in Mason City and surrounding territory by the. VANCE MUSIC CO., Factory Representatives. - .MUSIC CO. EXPERT SERVICE ON ALL RADIO SETS EASTER LILIES Tall, graceful, fragrant lilies. Strictly . fresh, home grown stock. The early selection is the best ' selection. Your order will be reserved. Why not-come out to the greenhouse tomorrow and select your Easter needs? You are invited. Local Group Marks Event With Affair Mrs. B. A. Herrick of Red Wing, Minn., Chief . . Speaker. More than 100 business and professional girls attended the nationwide business girls' banquet held Tuesday evening at the Y. W. C. A as a part of the international celebration sponsored by the. Y. Mrs. B A. .Herrick of Redwing, Minn, spoke on "Personality as the Means of the Realization of Dreams." "Women are looking- for jobs,' Mrs. Herrick said, "if the worlc were to advertise for help, however no matter how many women were eager to assist, there would be cer tain groups disqualified. v "Anarchists would be ruled ou because they refuse to recognizi law and our world depends oh law There would be no professional poll tjcians and it is too bad that there are women in this group. Thera would -be.no place for materialist because they are mindful of nothinj but facts and have forgotten how to dream and there' would be n place for sentimentalists who tak it all out in dreams. Try to Reform. "The trouble with too many of u is that we are always trying, to re form someone else. If a sort of unio were started with its purpose tha every member reform herself w could accomplish more. The fjys thing to do is'put aside all prejudic against racial, ' national, religlou ·and social groups. , . " "The second point would be love'our fellow men. This'would ca for fair play and an active spirit o good will. The third · purpose is t act from honest motives, living u to high standards. Ideals and stanc ards change but each \ ihdivldua should live up to the best in his ag "The last point is to trust-in Go --believing that everything is ev dence of God's power and that ever bit of good is a bit of God. Onf women who incorporate these fai tors into their personalities, coul hope to help the world. Easy to Help World. "It is much easier to attempt to solve world problems than to solve individual difficulties, but if, the reformation could start with the individual there would he no . world problems. Wars are quarrels grown up. Troubles begin as personal grudges and gam momentum 'If women would put Qo4_ first in their Jives home-problpnia would rVahTshT^IndpSSial difficult!es_would ( cease and national troublesMvould be gone." A program which had been contributed by the various organizations co-operating for the, banquet was presented. The Business and Professional Women's glee club sang two numbers, "The Nightingale" and- "Thinks Be To God. 1 ' Thomas Gregory gave two readings, "Beautiful Belinda" and "For Goodness Sake" for the Wa-Tan-Yes. Miss Helen Barclay ' sang "An Open Secret," '.'Roses and You" and "The Mocking Bird" for the Epsilon Sigma Alphas. Tusalata club was represented 'by Gweneth Holub and Viola Morphew who performed a tap dance. . ' T. N. T.'s Perform. T. N. T. : club offered a group ot picture songs including "Sweet and Low" "School-Days," "Old Black Joe,"' "I Wish I Had a Home Swel Home" and "Memories." The Misses Lillian Clark, Winnifred Porter Hazel Helm, Marita Calkins and Vera Hersklnd performed these. Messages were read from officers of the Y. W. C. A. including Mrs Charles W. Gllkey, national presl dent, read by'Lenore Gulbransen Mrs. George J. Anderson, chairman of the business and professiona committee, Irma Wllhelm, France Hutchison, president of the nationa business and professional council Ruth Rising and Charlotte T. Niven general secretary of the world' court, Ver Herskind. ' ^ Greetings from ,other countrie were read by Elsa Trulson, Canada Helen .Toppin, Latvia; Mable Els bury, Syria; Winnifred Porter,, Indl and Ceylon; Ethel Brown, China Teresa Re;d, Japan and Kalherynn Trissel, Esthonia. Messages wer also read front associations in number of United States cities In eluding Seattle,. Wash.,'Muscatin Cedar Rapids, Des , Moines, For Dodge and Ottumwa ,and Alber Lea, Austin and Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Frod.^Tubbesing, president the local associatiop, gave the inyc cation. Lillian ClarK led the grou staging with Ellis Bracken as a companist. FORESMAN-INGRAHAM. f A marriage license has been Issued to George Foresman and Della Ingraham, both' of Mason City, in the local clerk of court's office. - .»^ WOMEN OF MOOSEHEART LEGION HAVE AFFAIR Cards were played at seven tables at the party given by the women of Mooseheart Leglon'Tues- day evening. L. Shepard and Miss Gertude Hanson won high score prizes and Vern Molt and Mrs. E. Schinnow, low. The next party, will be held at the home of Mrs. · Jim Holman, April 13. MARRIAGE 1ICENSES ISSUED AT CLARION. CLARION, March 25. -- The clerk's office issued two marriage 11"censes here and altho two of the contracting parties names are Hill they are no relation and did not ob- tain'their permits at the same time They "are: Vemard LcRoy Peppers nd Mildred Marcella Hill, both of and Mary C. Reiland, daugh- ter of Anthony Reilano; and Bernard B. HiU, both of Clarion. They were, married the same afternoon by Justice of 'the Peace .Frank RUey. EVERY COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH Featuring the New Spring and Summer WASH FROCKS which were personally selected by Mrs. Ruth Campbell and are on display daily at the GLOBE-GAZETTE .COOKING SCHOOL And Modeled Each Afternoon During the STYLE SHOW With Many Other Charming Wash Frocks Sold Exclusively By Us Miss and matron alike will -be delighted by the new Betty Baxley Personality Frocks that we're featuring no,w--the most distinctive range of these garments that we've ever received. 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