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" -Vrf. ! - , X- ·-_v:-w^-._y^ __***-!·»· T*S*S.,- j§ai^C3:8»iii %«··· 35 ~i VI- :i SIX \ . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 17 · 1937 POTMC_RELATIONS BANQUET TO BE HELD BY B. P. W. C. Club P l a n s for Address by Chicagoan DinnerMeeting at 7 P. M.; Luncheon Meeting at Noon. Members of the Business and Professional Women's club wil reach a high point in their celebration of the tenth annual business women's week Thursday with a luncheon and a dipner meeting arranged. - · · ' ' . Miss Helen Bennett of Chicago will arrive for the dinner meeting which is scheduled for 7 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford. Miss Bennett will talk on "Singing in the Wilderness." .. ; . Vocational Guidance. Miss Bennett is active in collegiate work and, all things pertaining to · college women. Vocational guidance has always been her first thought and she has given hundreds of addresses on that subject. She was the first manager of the I Chicago Collegiate Bureau of Occupations. ' - _ . . _ ' ' .: Miss Bennett originated and managed the Worn en's-World fair. She was in charge of the social science building at the Century of Progress and has been an active republican leader. She is president of the Chicago WeUesley club at present. In addition to Miss Bennett's talk, the program will include twri violin selections, "La Serenata" by G. Grada and "Second Mazurka" by Henry Weinrawski, played ,by Mrs. Norman Chapman, accompanied by Mrs. Pauline Simon. Mrs. Leon Woodward will play harp music during the dinner hour; Clubs Invited. Members of o t h a r business women's organizations in the city and members of B. P. W. clubs in the district have been invited to attend the dinn'er meeting. The luncheon meeting at which Superintendent R. B. Irons will speak will also be open to business women who are interested in attending. The luncheon will be WIFE PRESERVERS If wooden posts are used in cellars to support girders or cellar stairs, they should rest on masonry yedetsals raised at least two inches above the cellar floor, to avoid possibility of rotting, says FHA clip-sheet. from 12 to 1 o'clock at the Cerrn Gordo hotel and Mr. Irons wil: speak on the convention of superintendents which he attended in New Orleans recently. '·--o-- Three Generations , of Hoovers Attend California Wedding LOS ANGELES, (IP) -- Three generations of Herbert Hoover's family came to Los Angeles Wednesday' to. attend the wedding of the former president's son, Allan, to Miss Margaret Coberly. Dr. D. Charles Gardner, chaplain emeritus of Stanford university, arrived to perform the after- icon ceremony at the home of the aride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Coberly. ·Herbert Hoover, Jr., o£ Pasadena was- best man and his daughter, Peggy Ann, a flower girl. His wife and their other two children, Herbert Hoover III and Joan, also were here. . The ex-president and Mrs Hoover left their Stanford cam)us home Tuesday night to see heir younger son wed. s --o-Traffic beacons to guide pedes- rians are being placed in Bombay, India. · \ New Shrine Heads Will Take Office Mrs, William Mahlstadt I Elected Worthy High Priestess. Mrs. William H. Mahlstadt wa elecleJ worthy high priestess o Alchor shrine, order of the Whit Shrine of Jerusalem on Tuesda night at the stated meeting in th Masbntc temple, with Mrs. Mile Humphrey, worthy high priestes presiding. Officers re-elected were Wil liam H. Mahlstadt, watchman o shepherds; Mrs. Roy A. Wash burn, worthy scribe, and Mrs. El inor Gage, worthy treasurer. Mrs. George Schmaehl wa elected noble prophetess, Mrs George C. Barrett, worthy chap lain, PJrs. S. M. Decker, worth shepherdess, and Mrs. Archie 1 Woods, worthy guide. Officers will be installed at a: open installation on April 20, fol lowing the stated meeting. Refreshments were served bj Mrs. Decker and committee. Mr and Mrs. Mahlstadt will represen the shrine'at the forty-third an nual session of the supreme meet ing which convenes at Tulsa Okla., May 3-6 inclusive. AUXILIARY TO MEET THURSDAY EVENING Members of the American Le gion Auxiliary will meet Thurs day evening at 7:30 o'clock in tin 40 and 8 clubrooms. The Fida essays will be read and reports will be made on the president's and secretary's convention. --o--'· Holbrook 'Gives Address. OSAGE--The annual Father and Son banquet was held Tuesdaj evening at the Methodist churci. Royal Holbrook of the extension service of Iowa State college was he speaker of the evening on 'Iowa." George H. Sawyer, super- ntenclent of schools, spoke for the fathers and Robert Slawson for he ihop good and early, TOMORROW if you don't want to miss this GUARANTEED PURE DYE ALL PURE SILK 2 98 REGULARLY This is a sale you will surely not miss! An opportunity you seldom find! Be among the earliest shoppers, because buying Bryn Mawr slips at reduced prices is like buying dollars at a discount! For Bryn Mawr is · the famous patented, alternating bias cut that prevents sagging, shrinking or twisting. · the famous brand that's made of pure dye ill pure silk (no metallic weighting to wash out and dt. stroy the fabric) · the famous brand with lock-stitched never-rio seams. Even at regular prices Bryn Mawr slips sell faster than we can buy them. They'll go like hot cakes tomorrow, and when'these are won't get them.again at the same price. So don't miss this sale! Ger a year's supply for yourself and your friends. MEDIUM Sil»t 32 to 44 ions Sim 32 lo 44 Blulh or Whlt« SECOND FLOOR Dflmorvs Two-Piece Spring Suit GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY " Jacket Is Nipped in at Waistline; Has Collarless Neck am Skirt Gored for Fullness. A beautifully casual ash-blue rabbit's wool two-piece spring town dress that is flattering as it is smart. You'll enjoy wearing it later for sports. The buttoned-down-the-front tailored jacket blouse nips the waistline and flares cunningly about the hips. You can suit your own taste about the neck. The lower V-collarless neck is very new. The shirt collar is always a tavorite with juniors. The sleeves are pleated to create young square shoulders. You'll be so thrilled about the gored flared skirt, you'll want to use the pattern for some extra skirts. One ot them to be certain, will be a plaid, cut bias to give that individual diagonal effect. It's easily accomplished with this model with center-front and center-back seams. You can make extra wool, linen or cotton ehallis blouses. -Again, this model is dashing in crepe print as a complete dress. For a summer costume, make it of new looking beige linen with ric rac trim. A detailed sewing chart is included. Style No. 3070 is designed foi- sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 years. 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 and 40-inches bust. Size 1G requires 3% yards of 39- nch material., Send 15 cents (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is : ull of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents a copy. You will find, it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your soring outfit, and your early summer for every type and figure among nu«p TMH u the new models ' B °* c o s t a l ourself and take your choice, cents. Send for it today. Book or there is a flattering silhouette an'd pattern together 25 cent? Social Calendar WEDNESDAY i'a-Tan-Ye club-G:45 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. [ardins C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, "Family and Community Health," Mrs. Ed Pur cell, "Diary of a Suburban Housewife," Mrs. W. D. Thrams i.-A. toB. of R:.T._ . 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall, rescent club-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Irish party. 'resident and Mrs. Roosevelt Apart on. Wedding Anniversary WARM SPRINGS, Ga., (£)-- 'he thirty-second .anniversary of heir wedding found President and drs. Roosevelt'1,000 miles apart Vednesday, but a telegraphic ex- hangc of greetings recalled to hem that memorable St. Patrick's ay in New York City when uncle Teddy" · gave Anna Eleanor looaevelt away to her sixth cous- n. Instead of a family dinner at he white house in Washington, he customary celebration since he ecame chief executive, the presi- ent arranged another day of re- axation at his vacation cottage ^icre. Mil. Roosevelt was in Oklahoma n a lecture tour. She may join he president here after speaking t Birmingham March 23. · BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Pauline Simon, 925 Adams venue northwest, has returned rom a 10 day trip to Chicago. * * * Mr. and Mrs.- Robert Beach o£ iccorah are house guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Harlan'W. Girton, 1119 ecbud street southwest. .Why get excited? If a new chems is good, it benefits every- ody. If it is bad, it hurts a lot of eoplt: they roar a protest and oliticians drop it.--Waterloo ourier. ' New...a -Cream Deodorant which safely Stops Perspiration 1. Cannot rot dresses -cannot irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. 3. Can be used after shaving. 4. Instantly stops perspiration 1 to 3 days--removes odor from perspiration. 5. A pure, white, greaseless, stainless vanishing cream. ARRID a \at at drwo and depl. «ror*i THURSDAY Energetic class-Congregational church, all day meeting. New Idea club-1 o'clock, Mrs. C. H. Major, 102 Twelfth street northwest. o. D, o. ciab--':-:,.·,,,'· ,.-.,.':.1 o'clock,' Mrs. JV 0. 'Arnold; '207 Second street southwest. A. U. S. W. V. circle-2 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium, Mrs. M. S. Barron, Mrs. J. W. Cummings, Mrs. Mattie Gashel. G. F. S. Candidates-4 o'clock, St. John's parish hall. B. P. AV. Current events group-. 12 o'clock, Cerro Gordo hotel. Hanford Ladies aid--; . 1 o'clock, Mrs. John Heinselman, luncheon'for husbands. O. T. O. club-2 o'clock, Mrs. T. O. Olson, Crane apartments. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. C. Buehler, Mrs. M. Ferman, hostesses. R. N. A. Health club-2 o'clock, Moose hall, Mrs. Edith Kipp, chairman. St. James Ladies aid-2 o'clock, division 1, Mrs. Olga Tobsing, 413 Carolina avenue southeast, division 2, Mrs. H. Zirbel, near Emory. Immanucl N. E. division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Henry Herfindahl, 314 Indiana avenue southeast. Athenian club-Mrs. N. J. Moreland, 403 Fifth street southeast, current events, Mrs. ,T. A. Senneff, Mrs. Hr G. Weber, lesson, Mrs. S. C. Deyoe. Internes club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Paul Loomis, 713 Twelfth street northeast. Portland \V. C. T. U.-Mrs. A. M. Avery, "Averydale." Trinity Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors Mrs. A. Almkov, Mrs. M. F Zack, Mrs. L. P. Vermedahl. L. U. G. A. club-Mrs. H. D. Siewertsen. Central Lutheran west group-2:30 o'clock, church parlors Mrs. S. Rivedal, Sorosls club--"~2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. W. Seevers, 602 Adams avenue northeast, Mrs. H. B. Hasbrouck, lesson. B. P. W. club-7 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, public relations banquet. ' American Legion Auxiliarj'-- 7:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Marie Moore 105 Tenth street northwest. History club-1 o'clock, Mrs. E. H. Wagner, 49 Beaumont drive, Mrs. B. A Webster, lesson. Immanucl Luther league B o'clock, church, Thomas Boe speaker. St. James Friendship society 8 o'clock, church, Mr. and Mrs E. Bublitz, Mr. and Mrs. H' Thompson, serving. Women of the Moose-8 o'clock, Moose hall, nomination of officers. Novel club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Draper Long 1108 West State street, lesson' Mrs. R. E. Romey. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. --o-Awful thought! Suppose we pack the supreme court as a final effort and then find out we still aren't rich and happy.--Davenport Times. Anniversary Is Observed at Meeting American Legion Auxiliarj Gives Program to ' Celebrate. Celebrating the eighteenth an niversary of the organization o the CJauscn-Worden post of th American Legion in Mason City members of the Legion Auxiliarj entertained the post at a pot luci supper and program Tuesday eve ning at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Emma Duncan had charg of the program which includec talks by J. J. Burnett, assistan chief of the driver's license divi sion of the motor vehicle department of Iowa, Roy Johnson, H. H Boyce and W. Earl Hall. History of Post. Mr. Johnson, one of the chartei members and a member of the organizing committee, told of the meeting at which the decision was reached to join the national organization of the Legion. He pointed out that not much was known about it at the time except that i was open to all veterans who hac received an honorable discharge from the service. Mr. Johnson reac the list of 81 members on the :harier roll. Mr. Boyce who has served as post historian for several years ;ketL'hed the activities of the posl jince its founding, giving high- ights of each administration. He :old nf the winning of the Mac- ttidar service trophy on three occasions, giving the post permanent possession of it, a record unequalled by another Iowa post. Need Good Vision. Mr. Burnett discussed the work )f his division and called upon he Legion and Auxiliary to get jehind the safety movement in own. He stressed the importance if good vision in driving and re- ered to the alarming facts de- 'eloped by tests conducted by his nspection service. He explained that most infrac- ions of the law by motorists come hroiujh inattention to the job, and said that a driver cannot be conducting his business while driving because it is a full time ob calling for the best brains that an be given it. "f notice as I go up and down lie state that in counties where here is an active safety council, iriving conditions are unmistak- bly better than in counties where 10 council exists," he said. "Iowa s one of few states last year with mproved-: safety, records on -.the highway and: the Safety; Council must be given a considerable amount of credit along with the tate highway patrol. Support Urffed. Mr. Hall pointed out that safety vork in Iowa was started by the American Legion and that ·mem- bers of the Legion and Auxiliary hould give the Safety Council upport. Musical numbers on the pro;ram included three solos, "The larp That Once Through Tara's lalls," "Killarney," and "Mother Wachree," sung by Mrs. Roger tirk, accompanied by Mrs. R. E. ""atton, and four selections by an accordion trio comprising Jerry Machalek, Claude Schotanus and "nul Clausen. Musical Numbers. "Keep the Home Fires Burning" vas sung with Mrs. Hartley Blew- tt as accompanist and "Let Me ^all You Sweetheart" while a lirthday cake was cut by Mrs. Hall. A birthday plaque provided by he national organization of the ,egion was presented to R. C. 'atrick, commander. Mrs. J. J. Sheldon, Mrs. C. R. Connelly and Mrs. Duncan were n charge of arrangements for the ffair. '. N. T. CLUB MEETS AT Y. W. FOR PARTY T. N. T. club met at the Y. W. 1. A. Tuesday evening for a St ^atrick's party with Evelyn Myers nd Doris Miller in charge. Games 'ere played and refreshments 'ere served. A green and white olor scheme was carried out in he refreshments. Miss Carol ohnson was a guest and a gift vas. presented to Mrs. Wayne heka, a recent bride. 40 Masons Gather. NORTHWOOD--Members ' ux he Masonic fraternity numbering 0 and representing the lodges at ^orthwood, Mason City, Clear ke and Manly gathered at the Masonic temple in Northwood londay evening for the March meeting o£ the North Star Masonic :udy club for proficiency in the itualistic work of the order. A was served after the meet- Speaker Here SCIENTIFIC Optical Service Thorough eye examinations should he a yearly habit. M A C E S Smith Optical Co. 2 1 EAST STATE Miss Helen Bennett of Chicago will arrive Thursday to speak at the Business and Professional Women's club pub-, lie relations banquet Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford. Miss Bennett's topic will be "Singing in the Wilderness." Play to Be Staged Thursday at Church by Triangle Girls A. play entitled, "Everyone a Brother," will be presented by the Girls' Triangle club of the Church of Christ, Thursday evening at 8 o clock in the recreation room in the church basement. The play was written and is directed by Miss Elizabeth Seeley a member of the club. The role of Sally Andorer is aken by Maxine Bednar; Suzie Blakely, Doris LaGasse; Mrs. Andover, June Mathiason; Jane 3randt, Gertrude Nagel; Betty r ield, Letitia Fleming; Ruth lolmes, Geraldine Grenier; and Mrs. Johnson, Dolores Howard. Between scenes, Richard Farrer and Rosemary Watts will furnish musical entertainment. The Triangle club is auxiliary to he Woman's Missionary society. The public has been invited. Wilson Child Study , Out) Holds Meeting . at FitzGerald Home Wilson Child Study club met vith Mrs. Don FitzGerald, 1012 Third street southwest, Tuesday vith Sirs. H. C. Determan, Mrs. Charles Robinson and Mrs. Carl Holmen assisting. The lesson on "Family Safety ind the Community" was given by Mrs. T. E. Davidson, Mrs. Marvin Wiegrnan and Mrs. E. H. Handler. Refreshments were served iy the hostess and her committee The-next meeting will be in April with Mrs. Howard Jackson giving the lesson and Mrs. Davidon, Mrs. Louis Wolf and Mrs Curtis Amen giving the lesson ori 'The Place of Art in the Community." . --o-Visitors From McCallsbure. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Tony lasmusen and three children of iTcCallsburg are visiting at the vtrs. Bertha Ingebretson home. Field Army for Drive Organized Control of Cancer Is Object of Group; 2 Meetings Are Planned. At an organization meeting conducted Tuesday evening in the city hall, the Women's Field army sponsored by the American Society for the Control of Cancer was organized for Cerro Gordo county. Dr. T. E. Davidson, representing the Medical society, iiad charge of the meeting. Officers elected include Mrs. Ralph E. Smiley, county chairman, Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant, co-chairman for Mason City, Mrs. J. W. Pattie, co-chairman for the county outside Mason City; Mrs. Harold Wasley, secretary and assistant treasurer; F. C. Heneman, treasurer. 38 States Organized. The lott'a Field army Is being organized under the chairmanship of Mrs. Bessie McLaughlin of Washington and is made up of representatives of the various women's organizations with city, county and district divisions. There are 38 states in the United States which have Field armies, organized with the slogan, "Early Cancer Is Curable--Fight It With Knowledge." Dr. Davidson, in explaining the" work of the organization, said that it is designed to spread useful information about cancer to the lay public by lectures, literature, press publicity, exhibits and radio broadcasts. Meetings Planned. Announcement was made of two meetings to be held next Monday, one in the afternoon at Clear Lake and one in the evening at Mason City. These meetings will be open (o the public and the speaker will be Dr. F. P. McNamara, pathologist, Finley hospital, Dubuque, chairman of the lovva^State Medical society cancer com'mittee, Iowa representative o£ the American Society for the Control of Can- uer. He will speak on "The Life His- .ory of Cancer," explaining the educational program launched to Jattle this disease, at Y. W. C. A. VIonday evening, March 22, at 8 'clock before a meeting sponsored by newly organized Womens Field army. He will speak at the high school auditorium at Clear Lake Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock under similar sponsorship. PHOENICIAN CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Miss Gretchen Biekel enter- .ained the Phoenician club at dinner Tuesday evening at the B6- vaird tearoom. A candlelight bouquet of pink roses and sweet peas centered the table. Miss Helen Abel reviewed "You Can't Take :t With You" by Moss Hart and George Kaufman. Miss Anne Overgaard and Miss Carol Smith were guests. LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to Theodore Karan and Torma Arnesori, both of Roches- er, Minn.; William Boethin and lah Fensand, both of Worthing- on; Frank W. Sullivan and-Mary Jeub Ryan, both of Minneapolis; Frank Greathouse and Rose Olinger, both of Minneapolis, and Elmer N. Christian, Cedar Falls, and Margaret McAuley, Mason City. | SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 COURTliSY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE ) For East Louise Mulligan NEW Frocks in Gay Styles er and Better Designed for youth and young figures, sizes 11 to 17. Already pets of the younger sets--tailored frocks, dressy (but not too dressy). You'll feel just right in one of t h e s e "Louise Mulli gans. Good variety of colors styles and sizes. Here you will find prices and fashions meet young demands. "SEE YOU TOMORROW" ^P^^W5^ir^r w P nri *f % ' v *' EIW " f ' e * 1 - ""p "t"'7 1 'flV'^*,r"^v*J«"/o'"i | i*« fj

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