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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 31, 1931
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"I V MARCH 31 ·§ 1931 vvuiviAM S CLUB ARRANGED SjOR CLOSING ACTIVITIES .*Two General 'Meetings in Final Month Christine Button Carter to Give Talk on Dec- '· '- oration. Plans, are going, forward for the last two general meetings of the Woman's ,club .to be held. April 7 arid 14. _The meeting ApriL 7 is an added one and at this time Christina Button Carter- of New York will speak at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. ·Mrs. Carter has been .recommended: by, a, number of the club members who heard her talk on "The Graceful Art of Living" at the district Federation meeting at Nashua in the fall. She is an interior decorr \at6rfand.her.topic will be especially 'timely in these spring days of redecorating and refurnishing. She brings samples of wall paper, woodwork' arid draperies to demonstrate color harmonies and arrangement. ' (3 : ' · · ' . . . ' ; The last general meeting of 'the :club April 14,at the.Pirat Methodist church will be featured by a lecture recital by lona Burrows, a one act play, "The Woman o£ Character" iud a; tea for-the new officers and 'ml)of town members. Tjhe recital is by courtesy of the lusdc department,.the play, the dra- rva Idepartment, . and the tea, tha osratality committee. [USIC 'APPRECIATION LASS HOMJS MEETING ·w.^s. McAllister Kuehn's Music relation class met Monday eve- it the studio when Martha Eg- layed "March" ; by Bach, "Pre- Op 81" by Stephen Heller and jvog's Cake Walk." by Debussy. ': pupils who played include WFranchere, Mary Jean Paul, iSatter, Alice Ann and Carol i, Barbara and Elizabeth ler and Jean McAllister. MENDLY BUNCH BTS A TCHCRCH . ·ihers of the Friendly Bunch · Grace Evangelical church met · church parlors with Mrs. S. Mrs. M. Fessenden and Mrs. : 'erthenbach as hostesses; R. son talked on "City Manajje- iMaynard Fessenden and P. fB gave a reading 1 and Mrs. : Ffaltzgraff conducted a game. Refreshments were MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE^GAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Pattern 2099 By AN1*E ADAMS Nothing Could be newer'than the frock sketched today--the shoit bow-trimmed sleeves, the lovely draped neckline and the combination of light arid dark fabrics, are fashion's, smartest details. A becoming and slender effect 1 is achieved by the seaming in upward points by -both bodice and skirt. Pattern 2099 .may, of .course, .be made with long sleeves If you prefer them. Newest color ; ._combina- tlons are black with white, flesh or turquoise, brown with white, eggshell or turquoise, navy blue with .white, grey or. turquoise. Print or solid color may be chosen. May be obtained only In sizes 16,' 18, 20, 34, 36, 38; 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 3 yards of 39 inch mate- Hal and 1% yards contrasting. No dressmaking experience . ia necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for-every size, and simple, exact instructions are given. Send 15 cents in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for each pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. _ , The new spring and summer pattern catalog features an excellent assortment of afternoon.'sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kiddies'.clothes, .also delightful accessory patterns. Price of catalog, 15 cents. .Catalog with pattern, 25 cents. Address all mail and orders to Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth street. New York City. 2099 Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pro nunciation,, Spelling and · Meaning--Ideas Invited. --" By B1KS. E. E. UINTER The words interest and interesting are much abused. We are inclined to slur the two diddle syllables and pronounce them in-trest arid intrest-ing. They should-be divided iu-ter-est and in-ter-est-ing with the accent on the first syllable. Be sure that you do not accent the "est." Less Than One Week Before Easter With Prices Lower Than They've Been in Yea^S- . . It's Sensational to Find Better Spring Dresses - ' . · : . - ; . and- · ' Better Spring Hats at These Low Prices! DRESSES *19 75 HATS 5 $ 5 00 $ 7 50 C R A W F O R D S Millinery Dress Shop 118 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY WHAT WILL EASTER MEAN TO YOU? 'Will it 6e' a holiday of gaiety and color and b/e a.uty:,and spirituality? Then · Flowers v \vill j)lay;an important part.' ·fthey will be inj the home, in church, wWerever you go. ^corsages aira boutonnieres, will.'.brienteri''the bbule- . Send lovely Flowers on v. Buy some for your- ~ order early /ERS Social Calendar TUESDAY N. T.-- ' . · · 6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., birthday party. · Japtlst Y. VV. A.-7:30 o'clock; church. Mrs. H. A. Magner, _ hostess, Miss Ruby Cleveland, assisting-. 'hoenlcians-- ' 8 o'clock, Miss Helen Eslick, 16 Madison avenue northwest. WEDNESDAY 'oriftightly, club--·' , 1 ·'clock, Mrs. J. E. Mettler, 625 Nl-th Federal avenue. .lp'2. Delphlans-- 2: \ o'clock, Y. W. C. A., "French DrBaa-Athaiie,',Mrs. W. A. Car- P i l g r i m a g e Will Include MasonCityan Mrs; Ben Golien to Sail June , 24 to Visit Son's Grave.: WASHINGTON, D. C., March 31. --The war department today announced the name of one Gold Star mother in Mason City and one in Clear Lake who will sail on a pil- jrima-ja: this summer to the battlefield graves :of their song in France. The total nuvbcr of lowans who will make the trip is 37. The Mason City mother is Mrs. Ben Golien, 19 Second street northwest, who will sail on the S. S. Etoosevelt from New York on June 24. She will visit the grave of her son, Charles W. Bordeau in the St. Mihiel cemetery. To Sail May 6, Mrs. .Ellen A. McGuire o£-Clear Lake,'will sail on May 6, the earliest date, on which any of the transports will, leave. Her son, Charles J. VIcGuire, is buried in the Meuse-Ar- jonnc cemetery. The pilgrimages, which are to continue thru 1932 and/1933, will allow each party two weeks in Franco, with three, to five days at the war cerae'teries. Headquarters will be in Paris, from which point parties will )e conducted to the various ceme- ;eries by an officer, nurse and interpreter in each group. - ·_..; Thousands to Go. - . Of ;tije 16,998 mothers eligible for the trip.Vf.the war department esti- nates only 6,100 will have accepted ihe department's invitation by thft end ol1933, the last year of the program, itaat year's total .was 3,653, with a total cost to the government of ?2,5S6,72T or more than 5700 each! This year the total number who vill go jo France ia estimated at 2.000. Among- the cemeteries which the Iowa mothers will visit on their trip . , Queen Esther'.room. oterle clnb--' : " "^ Mrs. J. M. -Roberts, 2*5 Seventh street. southeast, Mrs. John Balfanz, assisting. · D. A'. R.-- . : 1 o'clock. 'Bovaird tearoom's, 215 Washington.' avenue northwest. Economy c i r c l e -- · : · · 2 o'clock^ Mrs. JoeiCraychee, 815 Eighth street. southeast, 'Mrs. George Smith assisting hostess. lllvct Home Missionary society-2 o'clock, Mrs. A. R. Enerspn, 409 Nineteenth street, southeast. Ladles auxiliary to B. of R. T.-2:30 o'clock, courthouse assembly. P. E. O; GN-Mrs. B. A. McDonald,'645 Seventh street northeast.. ; : P. E; 6.DZ--: , Mrs. G..M. .Woodruff/.410 Washington avenue northwest. Christian Workers group 1-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. P. W. Collins, 103 Thirteenth street northeast. Trinity B. and O. circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. M. Hendrickson, 1611 Washington avenue northwest, Mrs; M.Hoveland assisting, v V ' . Lenten services^- . 6:'45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., talk by the Rev. Jewel L. Plckett. k'eomen--' . . . . 7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. F isbyteriari Seniors and Young People-^- , -' 7:30 o'clock, A. L. Hotchkin, 807 Delaware' northeast, April Fools' party. - ' · ' · , _ . . MISS ELLEN MATJRINE LEAVES FOR WEST. Miss' Ellen Maurine, special rep- ·esentative from.the New York of- 'ice of McCall's Patterns who has leen spending several days at Danon's Inc^, !eft Monday to resume her western trip. Miss MauriBe was one of the speakers at the second annual banquet of the employes of 3amon|s Inc., held last week at the Tea. Garden.' Other speakers were 3an Klempnaeur; manager, A. G. Miller, assistant manager. , ALaiELlEN-HAGEN. JOIGE, March 31.--Miss Bernice iagen .and. Ole Almelien of Lake Mills-.were married at the Lutheran parsonage with the Rev. J. W. Ylvisaker off (elating · and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Wadding, Albert Lea, as the witnesses. She will continue her work at ^be Farmer's Savings ban!! until this summer. , Mr. Almelien will-continue with the Standard. Oil company at lake Mills. KILL KARE KLTJjF POSTPONES MEETING , The meeting of the Kill Kare Kiub has-been April 17 when it will be.held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Charles Bistline. It v scheduled for Friday. · _.;,_ The number of murders committed at the bridge table is less than 1.2 per cent of those that ought to have been committed.--San Diego Union. RS. BEN GOLIEN, a Gold Star mother, will sail in June on a pilgrimage to the grave of her son, Charles Bordeau, who is buried in France. are the Meuse-Argonne, the Aisne- Marne, the St. Mihiel, the Oisc- Aisne, the Somme, and the Surenes. All of these are American cemeteries. GABASHEWIN GIRLS MEET AT SCHOOL Members of the Gabashewin Campfire Girls met at the Harding school Monday evening when a program was given including tap dancing and a play. New rules were made at the business meeting. Mrs. O. H. Grelk who is considering the leadership of a new group of younger girls at Harding school was present, at the meeting. .; Well, if those smart young fellows keep removing the bunk, pretty soon there'll be no place for a biographer to lie comfortably.--Boston Herald. Social Trend Marks Study ClubProgram Occident, T. A. E., Monday Clubs Have Teas, Luncheons. Social meetings were the order of the day for three .of, the study clubs which meet regularly on Monday afternoons. T. A. E.-club met for luncheon at 1 o^lock-at Bee's' tearoom. Occident, club had luncheon with Mrs. A. A. Felt and Monday club had a guest tea at the home of Mrs. G. S..C. Andrick.. T. A. E. club hostesses were Mrs. Lester Milligan, Mrs. C. T. Evans, Mrs. .Foster. Elliott, Mrs., S. A. Watts and Mrs. Roy ^Potter. The time was spent informally and a contest was staged'with-Mrs. Mil- ligan'winning first prize. Mrs. Felt entertained the Occident club at her home for luncheon when a book review was given by Mrs. T. A. Burke. At the Monday club tea Mrs. H. V. MacGregor reviewed the "Life of Emma Willard." Maria Mitchell club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. J. D. Nichols, 204 Seventh street northwest. The lesson on WRIGHT STUDIOS Adams and 2nd N. W. "Keep YOUTH throuqhout the years !" SAYS JACK MULHALL "Youth is a delightful, fascinating thing," says Jack Mulhall.' "It is certainly a woman's most endearing charm. "And nowadays birthdays don't seem to matter at all! 'A woman keeps that glowing, youthful charm at almost any age! '·Every day here in Hollywood I meet actresses famous for their charm--more alluring now than they were ten or even fifteen.years ago! "I should think every woman would learn their complexion secret: Youthful JACK MULHALL on« of Hollywood'* moit tml- ·ntedacton.hmcsomelnter- ·stlnfl thlnft* to imr about femlnla« charm. ' skin should .always be guarded carefully for the alluring thing it is.": The* stage and screen stars do keep complexions youthful through the years! Theirs is the charm that birthdays can- n o t .steal. · · · - . . ' · How 9 out of 10 lovely Streen Stars guard Complexion Beauty · Important actresses the world over--in Hollywood (605 of the 613 there {)--on Broadway--in Europe--use Lux Toilet Soap for every type of skin. This fragrant, very white soap is found in theater Dressing rooms everywhere-is the official soap in. all the great film studios. Your skin will love it, too! The caress of dollar-a-cake French soaj Lux Toilet Soap 10$ "The American Spirit of.Architec- ture" 'was ,· led : by Mrs. C. H McNlder. '' ·\ Mrs. A. -L. Rule, 11 Rock Glen, was hostess-to the Twentieth Century club Monday afternoon when current topics' were discussed by, Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley and the lesson on biography, was led by Robert M. W^twer. Mrs. Roy Felt entertained; the Chautauqua .club at the Y, W. C. A. Monday afternoon when the; lesson was led by Mrs. E. A. D. Bell. . . .Mrs: Anders'-gtortroen, 112i Pennsylvania-'avenue northeast, wajj hostess-to the H.-E.'O.-club at her home Monday afternoon with Mrs. H. Speller assisting. Mrs. A. M. Haggard led "tae-'lesson. , Smarter Styles, .Better Quality'For Less-Money Since 1920 The Newest! Loveliest! Smartest Fashion! EASTER FROCKS You'd Adore Them~at Twice Their Price! *9' 95 AND »| 5-60 ; · · - . .\' r "' ' . ' ' · A collection that comprises every smart new fashion note . ... Flowered; chiffons and-Flat Crepes . . . Light and dark shades, including black and skipper . . . two- tone arid "tri-color contrasts . . . Jacket Frocks, Sunday Night, Afternoon, Street, Sports, Cocktail--Coat Frocks and Evening Gb\vns. . . . A truly marvelous selection at these price's.' · · · Juniors Frocks---11,13, 15, 17 . i Misses' Frocks--14 to 20 Women's Frocks--36 to 48 ·c These New Dresses Have All That EASTER FROCKS ... should have and they're only $ 15 i be ''rather proud of yourself- ·*· if you go strolling Easter day in one of these distinctive dresses. All the clever fittings . . ; dainty trimmings . ; .color combinations '. . . and new fabrics make them worthy of much higher price tags. There are styles for every daytime occasion, and Sunday- night socials. Sizes 13 to 52 114 N. FEDERAL AVE.

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