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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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i^ a ^^.^,A^^s^^^^^^^ a f^is^^^f^ MASON CITY GEPB]B.CA23TTE v l l 1 I f 1931 40 Present at Meeting at Bovairds Mrs. Harry Wright in Charge of Session in Afternoon. Covers were placed for more than 40 members of the local chapter o: the D. A'. R. at the spring luncneoi Wednesday afternoon at the Bu- vatrd tearoom. Daffodils and snapdragons centered the tables and Mrs. Harry L. Wright, vice regent, presided in the absence of Mrs. H. N. Jacoby, regent. The delegates to the state convention who Included Mrs. Everett W. Curry, Mrs. Wright and Miss Dorothy Ransom, reported. Herbert W. Cost, representative of the Civic Music association, spoke on the membership drive of that organization. : , The committee in charge Included Mrs. Archie Bell, Mrs. James Rae, Mrs. W. B. Harbour. Mrs Julia Stinehart, Mrs. W. A. Storer and from Rockwell Mrs. Felthous Mrs. W. F. -McCleUahd, Mrs. Walter Oliver and Mrs. Luclnda Kelck. ROOSEVELT-JACKSON CIRCLE WILL MEET. : Members of the Roosevelt-Jackson Child Study circle will meet Friday'afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the school. Mrs. W. H. Smith will lead.the lesson on "The Question of Punishment." There will be election of officers and a social hour v/ill .follow. CLUB CALENDAR Notices for the club calendar printed Saturday must be at the Globe-Gazete before 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. Additions to' the daily calendar will be received until 10 o'clock of the day they are to appear; They may be either phoned or- mailed. Club programs which.we have on file will be followed directly unless, we are notified of a change. This arrangement Is made to facilitate the handling of the calendar. AT SPRING MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15. CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Bits About'em Mr. and Mrs. Melvto Fisk of Des Moines are visiting at the home of their son-m-law and -daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams, 169 Crescent drive. Miss Ruth Williams, student at the University of Iowa, arrived home Thursday for a week-end visit. * * » Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jaeger, Monroe City, Mo have left for their home after visiting with Mr. and Mrs M J. Lyons, 604 North Federal avenue * * * Frank Seney of Buffalo, WYO is an over Easter guest at the home of his aunt, Mrs. A. H. Fifleld, 335 Twentieth street southeast. Mr. =eney is a student at the University if Iowa. ' . · ' - - - * * * Mr. and. Mrs. J. J. Kluff and laughter, Josephine, Sahborn, have eft for their home after visitln V!1 9 h rp M ^ ancJ Mrs ' A - R - Johnson !3 Tenth street southwest. * * * Mrs. Arvig Nelson, 70S Fourth treet southwest, has returned from PATTER!? 2125 By ANNE ADAMS Simple in line and detail, yet ' / smart and decidedly serviceable for mornings now, and for all day later m the season, this dainty frock of colorful print. The cieverly shaped collar and the joining of the skirt flare are harmonious. You could cut and sew a frock of pattern 2125 In short time, and at very little cost as it will be equally nice fashioned of percale, cotton broadcloth pique shantung, dimity, lawn or wash silk' , o? *£ ob tafaed only in sizes is, J, 20, 34, 36, 38,.40-and 42. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 36 inch fabric. No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size, " r " 1 "--'" ' instructions are Send 15 cents In coins.or.stamps Ccing preferred J. for each pattern. Write plainly your name, address summer pat- a s s r t r f » e x c « n t assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kiddies' clothes, also delightful accessory patterns. Price of catalog C n t Pattern, 25 Be sure it'sKotex if you want safe, sanitary protection S AFETY! Security! A filing · of real protection--you simply must have those qualities in a sanitary pad. And to get thetn, ic- is r wise to specify Kotejt. Kotex7"you know, is the sanitary pad that is shaped to fir. It absorbs laterally, which means that you gee a. larger area of 'protection than ordinary pads give'you. ^ And you can wear Kotex on either side, in perfect safety. It gives you the same degree pf efficiency. Kotex stays soft, and it deodorizes, too. It is so easy to dis- pose of. Assures you of that daintiness particular women demand at" all times. Hospitals use quantities of Kotex for their women patients. They find nothing else so satisfactory. Kotex Company, Chicago. SANITARY NAPklNS Rapid City, S. Dak., where she wsj £ e £ ^v," 16 death o£ her Ralph Goble. ' * , » » · Mrs E. B. Shaw has arrived from £ffi V »? or ' ^ over Easter visl » ¥TM ^ d Mrs Char les E. Corn well, 223 Crescent drive. Mr. Shav is expected in Mason Citv Satur day. « ·'» « Miss Irene Holman, David Hoi man and Miss Elizabeth Walker ar rived in Mason City Wednesday eve nmg to spend the Easter vacation at the horne of their parents They are all University of Iowa students * s * Miss Laurine Lyons is visiting at the home f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Lyons, 604 North Federal avenue. Robert Conrad, Burlington s also a guest in the Lyons home. ' * * # Miss Lois Lenze,'1432 Monroe avenue northwest,, and Kathlyn McEwen, 410 Jefferson avenue northwest, have returned from Chicago ·where they have been visiting at the home of Miss Lenze'a sister, Miss Gladys Lenze. » * ' » Miss Helen Hunt of Des Moines will he a week-end guest of Miss .Margaret Hanson, 1048 Second street .northwest. Mias Hunt is a former resident of Mason Cltv : V : . ' : ' ' ' · * ... * . : ' . . . Murray Finley, Park Rinard Lawrence, Cain, Max Hlght and Hughes Bryant are among the University of Iowa students spending the spring holidays.In Mason Citv » » * J ' ' Bill Bartmess is home from Iowa City and will visit over Sunday with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. G W Bartmess, 722 Madison -avenue northwest.. Y Services to Be Held at Sunrise P. W. Pfaltzgraff to Conduct Services on Easter. Arrangements are -being complet.- ed for the annual Easter sunrise service to be held at the Y. W. C A · Sunday morning at 7 o'clock with the Rev. P. W. Pfaltzgraff in charge. . ^ He will talk'on "Easter's Challenge-to Youth." The Orpheum orchestra of the First Methodist church will play special music. The service is for all those interested and the young people of churches not holding sunrise services have been Invited to co-oner- at f,J n tUs - tt "sponsored by the religious education committee of the Y. W. C. A. of which Mrs. H. V MacGregor is chairman. CLINIC POSTPONED The Woman's club pre-achoo] ' child clinic which is held on the first Friday of every month at the Y. W. C. A. has been postponed one week because of Good Friday. It will be .held AprU 10 from 1 to 3 o'clock. 2125 Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Invited. Bj OSS. E. B. HUNXEB ' There are two pronunciations for the word, valet. The favored one ms the syllables divided val-et with he accent on the first syllable and he final T sounded. In the second oronunciation the word is divided al-a, with the first A short as in at and the second'long as in ate. Che accent ig on the last syllable! Vhen the word is combined with ther French words such, as in valet e chambre, the latter pronuncia- lou is used.' ' . " W. A. Carlson TakesBrideat Fitzsimmons Former Mason Cityan Wedded at Military Ceremony. DENVER, Colo;,- April 2.--Lieu tenant Walter A.' Carlson, son o S r- a S? Mrs ' F - G - Carlson, 511 fcast State street, Mason City, ana Miss Luretta M. Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bradley of Cedar Springs, Mich., were married Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock m, the nurses' recreation room of Fitzsimons hospital at tha army post, Denver, Colo.' 'he Rev. Samuel O. Wright, chap- i, read the service. The bride was gven m marriage by Colonel Paul Halloran, commanding officer of the Mr. and Mrs/William Palm ate ar 9 Eleventh street northeast, have' eft for Rock Island, m., where they ·ill make their home. Donald Warfield, University of owa student, will arrive Friday to ?end .the week-end with his par- 3ts, Mr. and Mrs. o. E. Warfield. .e will be accompanied by CHne reer of Ottumwa.'also an Iowa stu- ent, who will be a guest in the Varfield home. The bride wore a pink lace gown made en princesse and a, matching hat and accessories and she carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Her at- endant. Miss 'Marie Welder, was cured m a pink princess style gown nd pink hat and carried roses of £» llfl Sh . at3e - L ' eut - G - B was the best man. · Following the ceremony a recep- iL^' W 5 s held for the oKlcers and v,! 0^y ea - Lie "tenant Carlson and Ms trlde left immediately on a motor trip to Kansas city. From e ' to M ""on City 'parent^ Mothers' Day Celebration to Be at U 5,500 Mothers Invited to Iowa City for Affair. . IOWA CTTY, April 2.--Mothers of University of Iowa students will he entertained . by their sons and daughters at a three-day celebration, an annual event, here next month, according to plans of Mortar Board, senior honorary women's society. Dates are May 8, 9 and 10, and tne program will include a banquet all-university party, musical pry- grams, and a tea at the home of President and Mrs. Walter A. Jessup. '·:. Since the affair coincides with the high school mugic festival in 'which -3,500 pupils will compete, some of the championship events will serve as entertainment for the yisiting mothers. Invitations are being dispatched to some 5,500 mothers. If tne response equals that of past years more than 500 will participate in the festivities. NOWETOMPATIMMINS MEET WITH GUARDIAN. . Members of the Nowetompatim- miu Campfire Girls group met at the home_ of their guardian, Mrs. Harold Jennings, when plans were made for a candy sale to be, held Saturday. The next meeting will be a party at the home of Ruth Nolan. HAWKEYE CLUB TO MEET \ ~ The Hawkey es, Chicago and Northwestern employes' club, will lold its regular meeting at 8 o'clock Friday evening at the People's Gas and Electric company auditorium. A program has been arranged. [-HELP ME FOLD [THIS T^BIE-OOTH, GRANDPA ' -- MX, or ZOOKS NICE : ANDSKIOWY.y BELL0 -I'M OSINS KINSO IN MY WASHER ) ITS WONDERFUL HARD-WATER. SOAPI / CLOTHBS MUCH WHITER ' J JL/VTER THflT DAY The bride was a member of the nurses staff at Fitzsimons hospital .th l ^r^ n H?S CarIsoa js a member rf 'the medical corps -at the hospital. ?. i! S a1 ? radt ' a te of the Mason Cltv high school and the University at towa medical school. He lITmem- Ph. : n.» A pa Sl 'f ma Maternity and Phi Beta Pi, medical fraternity. _ r A __ Miss Evelyn Zieske Weds Edmund Ommen at Lutheran Church FREDERICKSBURG, April' 2 -Miss. Evelyn Zieske, daughter of Mrr - and , M «. Richard Zieske of Fredericksburg, and Edmund Ommen of Langworthy were marrW at the Lutheran church here Thursday at high noon, with the citing. the RCV - °' C ' bu " o«l- The following out of town guests were present: Mr. and ATra Jotin -- IMA6INE GRANDPA iNOTIClNfe THAT MY , {WASH LOOKED WHITER,' ^WHO WOOOJDN'r NOTICE IT? RINSO WASHES CLOTHES , TrIE WHITEST EVER. AND ITS MARVELOUS TOTU DISHES TOO, ISN'T ~ 40 r.. and Mrs. Alfred Om- Mrs. John Oldmaii Social Calendar THURSDAY Easter Special LADIES' JEWELED MOVEMENT WRIST WATCH With Gorgeous Metal Band to Match $14.75 Convenient. Credit MURRAY JEWELRY STORE M. B. A. BLDG. tea Tusolata-- 6:30 o'clock, Y. W C AB. P. W. club-- ' ' · 6:30 o'clock, Damon IEOU garden. b Be 5 y ' Grovo 135 Woodman circle-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A GarHold r. T. A '. ° :cloch ' sch00 '. talk on THE GRANULATED HARD-WATER SOAP mso for whiter washes ^ r ~~~--------- ' · * ! Millions use it in tub, washer and dish pan .FRIDAY Koosevelt-Jackson Child Studv circle-2:30 o'clock, school, "Question of Punishment," Mrs. W. H. Smith election of officers ' Churcj, of Christ Women's Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, church. First Methodist Queen Esther circle-5 o'clock, Mrs. Harry Wright, 321 Fourteenth street northwest. Queen Kebekah lodge-. 8 o'clock, I. O. O. F hall inlUn tlon. Division H serving Good Che«r Lodge-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, social dance. rr^ a u l .f edclt y. a student at the University of Iowa, has arrived from Iowa City to spend the Easter LET SPRINGTIME r INTO YOUR HOME walla hold unlimited ·*· possibilities for giving your home a cheerful, healthful atmosphere. At a remarkably low cost, we can re-decorate with .the newest wall papers and wall finishes. Lownsberry Craig Bros. ' Painters . . . Paper Hangers Interior Decorators Phono I58S-W Last Lenten Service Held at Y.W.C.A. The Rev. Jewel Pickett Completes Series of Talks. The last or ine three Lenten services sponsored by the religious education department of the Y. W. C A. was held Wednesday evening at the Y. W. when the Rev. Jewel L Pickett spoke on "The Empty Tomb--The Son of God, the World's Savior, 1 " completing the theme, "The Three Wonders of the World." "Service, brotherhood and charity, which we hear so much about today are all elements of Christianity," tie Rev. Mr. Pickett said. "No one can know God without a rock-ribbed belief in immortality. God is eternal and therefore, man is. "Not until Christ came did man have more than a blind faith and never before had men seen a living man who lived in actuality after death. In regard to belief in immortality we have several witnesses* that of the Bible, science, nature, the saints and faith. -, --*-v KLEMSRUD-OLSEN OSAGE, April 2--Hermann K. Klemsriid has returned from bis Canada visit bringing a bride Marna Olse'n of Nidros, Norway, who had lately come to' Canada. They were married at St. Johns New Brunswick. , They became acquainted during Mr. Klemesrud's Visit to Norway last summer when he attended the celebration of the nine hundreth anniversay of the bringing of Christianity to Norway They will make their home near Meroa. ' Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less Money Since 1D20 JKdfatg#(a *··----- · mi ·TMIII in t-ZT* rceumoDo FOR mm Very Attractive Prices $5.00 , Here they are--our Easter Display of the most alluring, most ' fascinating, millinery this side of Chicago. E v e r y .imaginable style, every c l e v e r detail, every gorgeous spring color awaits y o u r choosing, and the prices save you many dollars. Large and small headsizes in these smart types: Watteaus . . . Halos Profile Hats Large Brims Small Brims Little Girls' Frocks and Coats in "Big Girl"Styles The Coats 95 to $995 Dress and Sports Coats, beautifully tailored and developed of the new rough, soft woolens. In clever, youthful styles. Sizes 2 to 14 years The Frocks For home, for school, for party Washable Material and Silks in simply adorable s t y l e s that e v e r y little miss will enjoy wearing. AH fine materials-beautifully colored. All sizes. Ages 2 to 14 years (\ J I !is.

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