The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 13
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May 3, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THIRTEEN tost Stars Will Bring Baby Prize .Woman's Club Clinic Workers Plan Award for Child Under 2 Years. Gold stars will be at a premium Friday at the monthly baby clinic of the Woman's ciub child conservation at the Y. W. C. A., when a prize will be awarded to the child i under 2 years who has the most Your Rugs! WHAT DO THEY LOOK LIKE NOW? A Skillful Cleaning: of Rugs Costs You But Little at Phone "88 or "89 stars to his credit on his milk bottle. Hours will be from 1 to 3 o'clock and stars will be given to children ^aviug standard weight and measurement. Dr. Madelene Donnelly will be the physician in charge. Woman's club workers at the clinic will include Mrs. E. O. Babcock. Mrs. R. E. Brisbine. Mrs. Walter Hyde, Mrs Walter Fatten. Mrs. F. C. Eslick. Mrs. Lester Dibble and Mrs. Ralph Willis. The baby clinic is for all children of pre-school age and is held on the first Friday of every month at the Y. W. C. A. Children are weighed and measured and once a year each child is given a physical examination. MARKIA'GE LICENSES ISSUED AT CUESCO CRESCO, May 3.--John Novak, 24. Fort Atkinson, and Emma Wacha, 20, Lime Springs, have been issued marriage licenses as have John Oliver Sncve. 23, and Isabella Mae Roberts, 23, both of Rochester, Minn., Edward R. Dunt, 20. and Marie C. Herold, 19. both of Cresco: Carl J. Hauber, 22, and Angela R. Herold, 17, both of Cresco. FKOHLING-KOENE3V HAMPTON. May 3.--A marriage license was issued to Herman E. Frohling. 22, Belinond, and Gertie Koenen. 20, Meservcy. Yule Gifts for Army in Preparation Mason City to Contribute 40 Bags to U. S. Soldiers. Mason City women will again have an opportunity to do something for the soldiers of the United States army who are stationed on foreign duty in making the Christmas bags under the direction of the American Red Cross. The American Legion auxiliary has for the past 10 years made 27 of the bags and the quota of 40 this year will be completed with 13 bags made by the Harmony guild of the Congregational church. The bags contain toilet articles and useful small gifts specified by the National Red Cross. They are wrapped individually and must be in San Francisco by Sept. 1 to be mailed out to the various posts. Mason City's bags have usually been sent to the soldiers on the island of Guam. Last year 15,000 of the bags were distributed altogether. One thank-you note received here the past year reads, "I received your presents and it sure made me feel good for I have no-one to send me gifts--no parents., no relatives. When a person is by himself, hardly anyone knows that he lives except the Red Cross. I thank you for your lovely Christmas gift." Ten bedside bags and six pairs of knitted socks made locally have been received at the Veterans hospital at Musltogee. Okla., according to word received by Mrs. J. B. Blythe, chairman of volunteer service in Alason City. This is one phase of the work which is being done under the supervision of the Red Cross in behalf of the ex-serv ice men. The Season's Favorite Swagger Styles DRESSES Special Offering! Starting Tomorrow! Smart Navy Sheers! New Wash Silks! Spring Prints! Finger-Tip Jackets! Full-length Coats! Stunning Sleeves! Novel Necklines! Organdy Trims! Unusual Quality! Exquisite Pastels: Maize, Flesh, White, Powder Blue, Rose! Exceptional COATS! Beautifully tailored models with flattering stitched collars! Smart dressy types with choicest spring furs! Splendid tweed sports coats! Charming NAVY--the season's favorite color! Quality and workmanship f o u n d only at higher prices! Stunning SWAGGER SUITS $' Offered at worthwhile savings! Marvelous Tweeds, Flannels or Novelty Woolens! Cleverly fashioned with distinctive sleeves and stunning silk ties! Expertly tailored! Very unusual! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern Possession, of Books May Stimulate Child's Interest in Reading By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH Sophie was the child of culturec parents, and lived in a home ful of boo'ks and of interested discussion of literature. But for some reason she did not read the books, nor find the discus sions of interest, and seemed to be growing up with no knowledge of the world's best thought. Finally her parents started a library for her. If they wanted her to read a book they bought it for her, until gradually quite a collection of inexpensive classics filled the shelves in her room. Owning the books seemed to make a difference. Sophie began to read and to take pride in her collection, even recommending and lending special favorites to her school and playmates. It is often posible to stimulate a taste for reading in this way. Pride of ownership awakens an interest in one's possessions. In this day of cheap editions, it is possible to build up a considerable library at very little expense, and in so doing, one can always be sure of the lasting value of the gift. In time these books will be the nucleus of the child's own choice of books to live with. If the father has any talent for carpentry a. set of shelves with space fo'r additional stock will be an added incentive to the collecting instinct. The simplest kind of shelves will do. Often they can be built about a steam heater in a comer otherwise useless for furniture. In one household all available ENDLESS STAIRS. This quilt block is a great favorite with quilt historians, as well as all quilt makers. The simplicity ot the pattern and the ease with which it may be pieced do much for its popularity. The various steps, each one of different colored prints, create a design of everlasting appeal The inherent quaintness of the com pleted block speaks of the antiquitj if the original design. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 22 which contains six other pat :erns. For your copy send 10 cents m stamps or coin to Quilt depart ment Mason City Globe-Gazette 200 Fifth avenue, New York. N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 22. Queen Esthers Plan May Fete at Decker Home The Queen Esther class of the iethodist Sunday school will meet or a May fete Sunday afternoon at h« home of Miss Gertrude Decker, 32 Tenth street northwest, Sunday afternoon from 4 to 0 o'clock. Mrs, G. S. C. Andrick will give a ature talk and Miss Dorothy Deck- r will sing. Miss Roslyn Brogue vlll read her poem, "The Trespass- r," and others of her poems. Pictures will be taken to com- jlete the snapshot booklet of Queen Esthers which will be sent to the members of the class in Los An ;eles for their annual picnic. The Misses Esther Baker and Gertrude Decker, co-chairmen foi May and April, with their commit tees will serve supper at six. Reser vations may be made with Mis Marie Kober. _*_ WIN-A-COUPJJG CLASS MEETS. The Win-A-CoupIe Sunday Schoo class of the Church of Christ me for a wiener roast north of towi Wednesday evening. There were 2 present [. N. O. CLUB MEETS VITH MKS. NAGEL O. N. 0. club met with Mrs. Jake Nagel, 1532 Jefferson avenue north- vest, Wednesday for a dinner to vhlca members and families were nvited. There were four tables of 500 with high score prize going to Vcno Crawford and low to Mrs. Herman Bohnsack. It was voted to hold 10 meetings during the summer except a picnic in June. --·-- RAHE-MENKE BANCROFT, May 3.--A wedding took place Tuesday morning in St. John's Catholic church when Armella Mcnke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Menke, became the bride of George Rahe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rahe. The Rev. J. F Schulte officiated and the witnesses were Walburga Rahe and Alfred Menke. The couple will live on a farm north of Bancroft. SPECIAL ONE 8x10 PAINTING for $1.50 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 2273 Bagley-Beck Bldg. What Can You Value More Than GOOD VISION? Livergood Bros. Mason City GLASSES . . . that fit your vision PRICES . . . that fit your purse 6 -roup met with Mrs. T. K. David son. 908 Second street southwev?' Wednesday when the lesson on "Your Most Becoming Print" was given and a style show of articles made during the year held. The next meeting will be May 14. with.Mrs. W. H. Davidson when plans for achievement day will be discussed. BULMAN-BRANDT DE-CORAH, May 3.--Miss Alice Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandt of Frankville, and Donald Bulman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bolman, were married at the home of the bride's parents in Frankville by the Rev. H. O. Bethel. Attendants were Miss Marian Brandt and Roland Krisan. They will maka their home on the J. G. Johnson farm near Waukon. SIMMONS-GLASSEUU in one nouaenum an «.YO....»--v i GARNER May 3.--Miss Mar- space of that kind has been utilized. ' ite Gla g 5e ii, daughter of Mr. and the radiators are quite as ef- anf , Mrs Louis Glasse i, and Keith fective and much less of a nuisance | simmons were marr ied in the home and eyesore than in their lonely iso-. flf the bl . icle g roorn ' s parents, Mr. lation. . . . . . and Mrs. B. J. Simmons, Eagle Irove, by the Rev. Mr. Eaton. Following a trip to Minneapolis, they are at home here. The bride is bookkeeper in the local Central States Electric office and the bridegroom is mechanic for the Ford . . , ... The shelves can be painted the color of the walls or woodwork, and when lined with colorful books give added charm to the child's room. WHITE-STEPHENSON HAMPTON, May 3.-- Mrs. Bertha , . . Stephenson and J. C. White, both of Marshalltown, were married at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. W. C. Cleworth, pastor of the Methodist church The 'ceremony -was witnessed by Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Diggins, Hampton. _ .;. _ PORTLAND WOJIEN CONDUCT MEETING. Portland women's home project HUGHS 3 So. Federal Ave. Auto company at Eagle Grove. .*. EBLING-SIEMS NEW HAMPTON, May 3.--A marriage license was issued to Herman G. Ebling of Ackley and Sena M. Siems of Geneva. Bits About 'Em OUR STOCK IS LOADED wtih beautiful new Spring Hats Smart, large brims, medium brims, turbans. Navy, black, brown, powder blue, sand, white, and all the best colors for Spring. A. WONDERFUL SELECTION AT Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Butler, 1218 Jefferson avenue northwest, have opened their cottage on Second street at Clear Lake. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Shook of Burlington will be week-end guests at the home of Mrs. Shock's brother-in-law and sister. Captain and Mrs. Walter Elliott, 623 Washington avenue northwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, 8 First street northwest, have taken a cottage on the north shore o' Clear Lake for the summer. * * * Arlin Carlisle is the name given to the son born to Mr. and Mrs Arlin C. Inman of Los Angeles Cal., April 26. Mr. Inman, a forme Mason Cityan, has been employee for the past five years as advertis ing manager for a wholesale gro eery company. * * * Mrs. Florence Hinton and daugh ter, Cecily, have moved from th Hotel Hanford to Clear Lake fo the season. Wife Preservers others at $2.98 and S3.98 Sample Spring Hats A sturdy, flat-bottomed basket or deep wood'en tray with high handle will save the housewife many steps if used to hold the small articles she needs in cleaning house. It can be carried from room to room--containing gloves to protect the hands, dusters, furniture polish, etc. Reg. S1.88-S2.98 Values WHEN NEXT FALL COMES Make your neighbor think you have a new coat, by having it stored, cleaned and remodeled by the . . . PHONE 641 FINK'S Mock Reduction SALE/ We are overstocked-- We want to dispose of ISO Coats and Suits at Once! Riuht now when the season is just starting, we find ourselves far overstocked and are SLASHING prices and making you sensational offers -Buy Now! . . . You can still get a full season's wear . . . There is no overproduction this year . . . Coats and Suits are bound to be higher. This is a beautiful stock of merchandise, but we are willing to take our loss now. Coats-Suits VALUES $ Sale Price EVERY DESIRABLE STYLE 7 90 VALUES Sale Price EVERY DESIRABLE COLOR 11 90 VALUES $ Sale Price EVERY DESIRABLE MATERIAL 25 90 Jackettes Light and Dark Shades $7.90 Value nfc OO y Sweaters-Skirts and BLOUSES A Wonderful Selection of Summer Styles *V 9 New Banquet Dresses ORGANDIES CREPES SHEERS SATURDAY A. M. Silks, Knits, Novelties WHILE THEY LAST Wonderful Bargains A ^ 3 A AND ^~ ^2 EACH JUST RECEIVED FOR THIS WEEK-END! 15 South Federal Ave. Phone 481

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