The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 22, 1936 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 22, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 22 1936 SEVEN t- \ K. N. A. DRILL TEAM TO SPONSOK PAKTV K. N. A. drill team will sponsor a card party Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock at Moose nail when bridge and 500 will be played and prizes awarded. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Deeney and her commitee. Mrs. Deeney has been made first leader of the team because of the removal of Mrs. Sid Higley to Waterloo. Mrs. Archie Woods will be second. The team's uniforms will be green, white, yel- Jow, blue and purple and Mrs. Bert Winter will carry the U. S. flag. Funds from the card party will be used"~to purchase uniforms. The team in charge of Mrs. C. A. Budworth will go to Corwith in June to compete with other teams at the district convention. Cold Storage plus FREE Gas Sterilization "Ponded" Messenger trill cull It Jour home Fnrlnrj Fur Service ETY NEWS Visitation Night Held atMcKinley Mrs. C. Niederman Electee President of Child Study Circle. McKinley Child Study circle hcl' its visitation night program Tues day evening at the school with 7C present. During the business meet mg 1 , Mrs. C. Nietlerman was elect ed president, Mrs. W. Gump, vici president, Mrs. G. Caldwcll, secrc tary and Mrs. W. Bohnsack, treas urer. Mrs. Gcorfe Ludcman announced F R E E Hair Cuts -- Marcels Every Morning Supervised Advanced Senior Work Finger Wave, dry 20c Shampoo and Finger Wave 35c Hair Cut 20c Hair Bleach 50c Manicure 25c Permanenls $1 up Scalp Treatment 50c Facials 50c-$l Hair Dye $1.50 Inccto or Clairol LA' JAMES COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE 12-16 First St. N. W. Phone 974 W Y A N D O T T E L E A N E R · It Is proving just as desirable for washing and cleaning in the home as It has tor dairy and food producers. It makes hard water soft ana then cleans everything that goes into that water. Thursday, Friday and Saturday 's Built-in hoes Features 6 Combination Last · Chrome Kid- Linings · Genuine Kidskin Uppers e Built-in Steel Arch O Smart Patterns · Rubber Heels · No need for tired, aching, swollen feet this spring: when such fine shoes sre so specially priced! It you've worn them you'll be here for sure. If not, take this special opportunity to become acquainted with shoes that fit and feel line to a happy end. Full support is afforded where needed and style has not been neglected either. Sizes 3 to 9 Widths AA to EE 18 South Federal Mason City, Iowa Open Until 9:30 P. M. Saturday IFASTEST GROWING SHOE STOKE IN MASON CITYBH the council dinner to be held May IS and reported that the Child Study circle membership in the city had increased from 140 to 230 in the past year. Mrs. P. Donaldson, program chairman, introduced the M. A. C. trio which played several numbers, Wanda Lee Lock, piano solo, anc Thelma Van Horn and Bessie Poulos, tap dances. Marclyn Baker sang "Mother Machree," accompanied by Audrey Baker. "Don't Shoot," a one act comedy, was staged by a cast including Mrs. Donald Swisher as Charlotte Devon, Mrs. K. Gcisler as Lena, the maid, and George Collins as Heinie, Jack of all trades. Dr. H. W. Barber spoke on "Prevention of Disease by Serum and Vaccine." A social hour was held during which Mrs. D. Leath of Madison and Mrs. E. L. Murray of McKinley won prizes. Hostesses were Mrs. Niederman, Mrs. B. Stevenson, Mrs. M. Caponi, Mrs. P. Grennan and Mrs. A. Carson. Announcement Is Made of Wedding at St. Joseph's Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mullaney, 727 Fourth street southeast, announce the marriage of their daughter, Virginia, to Donald Gibbs which took place Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the St. Joseph parish house. The Rev. J. K. Cassidy read the ceremony. Miss Kathryn Mullan and Charles Busch attended the couple. The bride wore a black dress with white accessories and a gardenia corsage and Miss Mullan was attired in dark blue with red accessories and had a gardenia corsage. Mr. Gibbs and his bride are making' tlKir home in Mason City where rie is employed at the Northwestern Portland Cement company and she at the Iowa Hardware Mutual Insurance office. Mrs. Gibb is a graduate of the Mason City high school and attended junior college here. She received her degree from Southern Methodist college at Dallas, Texas, where she was a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Mr. ibbs attended junior college here and Morningside college at Sioux City. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Ruth Sanders and Miss Lois Sanson, Mason City students at iowa State Teachers' college, have ieen named on the hostess committee for the annual Mothers' day Drogram at the Cedar Falls school, May 8, 9 and 10. * * * C. K. Kinney and daughter, Fran. ces ( 1502 Delaware avenue southeast, returned Tuesday from Alexandria, Minn., where they were :alled by the death of Mr. Kinney's iister-in-law, Mrs. J. A. Kinney, vhose funeral was held Sunday. * * * Mrs. Herman Mundt of Chicago s visiting at the home of her par- nts. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Beck, 128 Tenth street northwest. 'HRIFTY-FIXERS 4-H 'LUB AT MEETING Thrifty-Fixers 4-H club met at he home of Ruby and Marie Dyer or a program including; a talk on able manners by Charleen Haight, a discussion of rally day by Mrs. ''Sari Dean and the last lesson of the raining school by Eunice Anderon. The next meeting will be at he home of Charleen and Arny Lou Haight. At the close of the meeting, efreshments were served by the hostesses. DONAFRED RICHARDS S GIVEN SHOWER Miss Donafred Richards was hon- red at a miscellaneous shower ?iven Tuesday by Wilma Jensen, 3orothy Frederickson, Mrs. Leslie joague and Agnes Yanda. at Miss cnsen's home, Central apartments, 'ridge was played with high score prize going to Catherine Hurd and low to Anna Reed. Miss Richards will be married May 3 to Clyde Peters of New Hampton. ^ .;. FREEMAN P. T. A. TO GIVE COMEDY Freeman P. T. A. will present a three act play, "A Crazy Mix-Up," Thursday and Friday nights at 8 o'clock at the Freeman school under the direction of Ruth Hintzen and Catherine Galagan. The cast includes Mrs. Harry Helm, Erma Wyborney, Miss Hintzen Laura Everson, Miss Galagan, Clara Wyborney, Mr. Helm, Ernest Wyborney, Kenneth Moore and Walter Hintzen.' Refreshments will be served and a small admission fee will be charged. I Is With Molher. I SWALEDALE--Mrs. Wesley Hunt is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. John Schaffer, in Nevada, who is recovering from an operation on her eye. She is at the home of her son, Hally. Will Meet Thursday. KENSETT--The Bethariy Ladies' aid will be entertained Thursday, April 23, at the church parlors in Kensett. Hostesses are Mrs Arne La-rson, Mrs. Osmen Williams and Mrs. Mars Larson. Plan Junior-Senior Banquet LBLA-ND--Plans are under way | for Ihe junior-senior banquet to be 1 held at the parish house Tuesday | evening, April 28. Miss Ruth John-j son has charge of the arrangements. | White Shrine Installation Is Conducted Mrs. Miles W. Humphrey Worthy High Priestess for Order. Mrs. Miles W. Humphrey was installed worthy high priestess of Al- chor Shrine No. 6, order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem Tuesday night at the Masonic temple, in a ceremony conducted by Mrs. A. R. Lenz, supreme flower girl of the supreme shrine and Grand Esther of the Order of the Eastern Star. Installing officers assisting Mrs. Lenz, included Mrs. Jess Mathewman; Mrs. M. A. HarpsLer; Miss Nina Wheeler and Mrs. Hazel Crawford. Each installing officer was presented a gift by Mrs. H. S. Marshall, worthy high priestess, in baJialf of the shrine, before installation. Other elective officers installed were. William H. Mahlstadt, watchman of shepherds; Mrs. William H. Mahlstadt, noble prophetess; Mrs. George Schmaehl, worthy chaplain; Mrs. George C. Barrett, worthy shepherdess and Mrs. S. M. Decker, worthy guide. H Years in Office. Mrs. Roy A. Washburn, who has served Alchor Shrine as worthy scribe for 11 years was a.gain installed into that office. Mrs. Elinor Gage was installed worthy treasurer, having held the office since 1929. Appointive officers installed were Mrs. Archie T. Woods: F. J. Riley, J. F. Stanfield. H. W. Knutson, C. C. Halphide, Mrs. J F. Stanfield, Mrs. Henry 0. Tjarks, Mrs. Alf Nelson, Miss Gertrude Grupp, Mrs. C. W. Haase, C. P.'Sheets and Mrs. Pearl Thompto, Northwood. Mrs. Marshall was presented a past worthy high priestess' pin by C. C. Halphide, past watchman of shepherds, in behalf of the shrine. She was also given a gift from the officers of the shrine. This was presented by Mrs. W. H. Mahlstadt. Mrs. Humphrey received a basket of flowers from the shrine, the presentation being made by Mrs. Marshall. Musical Numbers. Musical numbers during installation included a duet by Mrs. Roger Kirk and Mrs. Harpster, "Teach Me," by Benke; piano number, Donald Mahlstadt, "Coin 1 Home" from the "New World" symphony by Anton Dvorak, and a solo 'by Mrs. Kirk, "The Four Leaf Clover," accompanied by Mrs. Harpster. One hundred twenty-five members and friends were served refreshments after the installation by Mrs. C. L. Meade and her commit- :ee which included members from Clear Lake, table decorations being white and yellow the colors of the order. A large delegation from Alchor Shrine will attend the forty-second annual session of the Supreme Shrine at Des Moines which meets n the Za-Ga-Zig Shrine temple May 5. 6, and 7. Hotel Fort Des Moines ins been designated as convention headquarters; Hotel Kirkwood as COMPUTE Optical Service Your Prescriptions Are Guaranteed to Be Correct. Smith Optical Co. 21 EAST STATE YOU GET FREEZING COLD STORAGE FOR YOUR FURS Don't take chances with your valuable furs when for a small amount you can place them in our expert care! Phone 788 WIFE PRESERVERS Have you ever served slivers of preserved ginger with tea? Try it, and also slices of orange or lemon with a few cloves stuck in them. patrol headquarters and Hotel Chamberlain as Iowa headquarters. Mrs. Humphrey will represent Al- chor Shrine and will give a complete report of the session at a regular meeting of Alchor Shrine on May 19. Important features of the supreme convention include a 6:30 o'clock banquet and grand ball, Monday evening, May 4; opening of supreme session, Tuesday morning . at 9 o'clock in temple. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock the exemplification nt the ritual will be given by the su- preme officers and several candidates will be initiated. Elect Officer*. The principal business on Wednesday morning will be the election of supreme officers at 10 o'colck, with Mrs. Rose M. Reed, Washington, Iowa, supreme worthy high priestes* presiding. Wednesday evening, beginning at 6:30 o'clock, patrol teams from the different states and Canada will execute drills. Each drill team will be limited to 15 minutes. Last year at Cleveland, Ohio, 22 patrols participated. Supreme officers will be installed on Thursday, May 7. The 40 shrines in Iowa will assist in entertaining, Alchor Shrine having been assigned on the "greeter's committee" to Minnesota. Rock Crystal Glass New stemware console sets --bridge prizes, candlesticks--all the new popular priced items in glassware. WATCHES filaneharcto* DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE MAKCKNK TILTON HONORED AT PAKTY Mrs. Arnold Tilton entertained 12 guests Tuesday afternoon in the recreation room of her home, 227 Twenty-fourth street southwest, honoring her daughter, Marcene, on her twelfth birthday. Games were played and autobiographies were written. Guests included Eileen Garrison, Norma Billings, Lila John- son, Dorothy Shinn, Gretchen Stubbs, Avonne Welsh, Genevieve Olson, Waunita Smith. Betty Lee,' Mary Jean Olson and Geraldinc Pinta. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon by Mrs. Tilton, assisted by Mrs. Edna Pinta, Gifts were presented to the honoree and after the party, the girls attended a safety moving picture at Madison school. 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Want ads are rejected daily by the Globe-Gazette because they fail to measure up to certain advertising standards approved by both the Globe-Gazette and leading Mason City advertisers. This strict advertising censorship is one of the reasons why the Globe-Gazette, as a Want Ad medium, is so generally depended upon by reputable advertisers . . . why the Globe-Gazette want ads get results quickly and profitably. Copyright 1936 by the Association of Neivspaper Classified Advertising Manager* ' A Nafion-Widle Tribute to the Oldest Form of Newspaper Advertising This newspaper is a member of the Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Managers. As such it subscribes to the ethical code adopted by that association. It places definite restrictions on what can appear in the Classified Ads. It exercises every precaution to be sure that every individual Want Ad--no matter how small or inconspicuous--comes from a reliable source. It endeavors at all times to keep its Classified Columns clean, truthful, 100 per cent dependable. Does this mean anything to YOU? Special During Want Ad Week Seven insertions for the price of five. Two days absolutely FREE! Remember this offer good for only, one week, April 20-26. Advertise Today! R E A D T H E W A N T A D S F O R P R O F I T A N D U S E T H E M F O R R E S U L T S

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