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March 31, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY. GLOBE-GAZETTE Outstanding Lecturers on Program Harry Hanson, and H. V. Kaltenbom Will Be Heard Outstanding personalities have been enlisted as speakers lor the 23rd biennial convention ot the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs May 2, 3 and 4 in Davenport Mrs. Pearl Bennett Broxham has acted as chairman of the program committee. Among those who will speak are Dr. Walter H. Judd, 10 years in the medical service in China; Harry Hanson, literary critic of the New York World-Telegram and the Harper's magazine, who will talk on Tuesday, May 2; Dr. Earl Harper, head of the fine arts department of the University o£ Iowa; Miss Agnes Samuelson, executive secretary of the Iowa State Teachers association; Grace Noll Crowell, poet; Dr. Lyman Bryson, professor of education at Columbia and chairman o£ Columbia's adult education board and Er. H. K. Wheeler, department o£ forestry, XI. S. Department of agriculture on Wednesday, May 3. Thursday speakers will be Dr. W. W, Bauer, director of the bureau of health and public instruction o£ the American Medical association; Mrs. Raymond Sayre, chairman of the women's committee of the Iowa Farm Bureau; Mrs. David Long, general federation chairman of juniors' Merle Miller, Daily lowan columnist and WSUI news commentator; Dr. H. V. Kaltenbom, Columbia's ace commentator. An exhibition of pictures by Iowa artists will be held in the Davenport Municipal art gallery during the Iowa Federation's convention and a feature of the program will be a tea on Wednesday aitei-noon. May 3, at 4 o'clock STATEBIENNIAL MEE FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 MADE "wmt?"vx"i "**V"""5i." i answer at the Museum Wew York, when the fourth annual "Young llDlt nnonc in A-nfTl A v , ^ *u^i. j ,, -. - -t««*« at their Littl* SilTM^ M T ^.__* vn ?? I I. 3i ' Impish finger painting their Little Silver^ Mrs. Louis Anderson is the Davenport chairman and her committee includes Mrs. R. B. Irons of Mason City, Mrs. John Guiher of Winterset and Mrs, Austin Palmer of Cedar Eapids. C. D. A. DRILL TEAM PLANS FOR PRACTICE Senior C. D. A. drill team will meet for practice Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock at St. Joseph's hall The Junior C. D. A. drill team practice is postponed until after *THi NEW 'SUDS- BOOSTER' THAT HAS BEEN ADDED TO RINSO MAKES IT GIVE FAR RICHER SUDS... HEY GET CLOTHES NOWy-KEEPWASH- COLORS BRIGHT" says Ann Kingsley at her home-making lectures »gMc with 'sac that ibc new _ suds-booster' added to Rinso mikes it give .richer suds in harJut water. The New 1940 Rioso's thick, longer-Luting suds g« dothes snowy white, teep washable colots bngtt and gay . I sh ow the women whoaneod my lectures how tut the New 1940 Rinso ·iascs grease from dishes. I remind them ttat the 1940 Rinso is kind as ercr to hinds; --- Md J rcgg«t they use ic for all cleaning." TESTED AND APPROVED BY GOOD HOUSEKEEPING INSTITUTE sented the program which" included a reading and poem dedicated to the class of 1939 by Mrs Laurence Gesme and a history of s alu «ni by Ellsworth Kisner. The following alumni officers were elected for the coming year- President, Howard Hall- vice president, Harris Shields: secretary, Mrs. Clarence Oswald and treasurer, Michael Hall. --o-- BACON-MOEX DECORAH -- Announcement las been made of the marriage of Miss Angeline Moen, daughter Si ,I r ' and Mrs " Johu MoD « o£ a luff ton township, to R o g e r 3acon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bacon of Mabel, Minn., read on March 26, by the Hev. Paul Koren at the parsonage of the Washington Prairie church. Miss MarceUa Woen and Edward Affer of Wau- ton, were the attendants. jj|KRESeE'S25cto s I Ringlcss High Tnist Full Fashioned Shadow Wei! Charaant Afternoon B r i s k P a g a n Sqblle £haiiC5 le accent e\cry brigM spring color. For contrast and nailery joo'll like ihe misly-shwr- n«s ol Iheso flauless, firsl naality stocking. You'll lile (nc low price, loo! M Kmje's. MISS ANN KINGSLEY TOLD ABOUT "SILK CREST" HOSIERY A T T H E COOKING SCHOOL THIS WEEK Howard Hall Named President of High School Alumni Club HANLONTOWN--The March meeting of the P. T. A. was held Tuesday evening at the high school assembly. 6 The alumnae of the school pre- inf jjrf *Vi^ . . . _ *? 6 Weeks Fun Program Is on at Y. W. Health Education Department Begins New Sports Season During the coming six weeks April 3 to May 15, on Monday and Thursday nights, the health education' department of the Y W. C. A. is going to be the place JOT fun, according to Miss Elner Lourtney, department secretary Monday may be everybody's bugbear, but if you follow, the suggestion of Miss Courtney the next six Mondays will be gala occasions for those who spend those evenings playing at the Y. W. C. A. A limbering class from " to 8 o'clock, followed by a brisk game o£ volley ball and a shower will remove all thoughts of blue Monday from the mind At 7 o'clock on Thursday evenings you'll find your favorite game going, on somewhere at the Y. W. C. A. Table tennis will b played m the game room whil badminton enthusiasts will hoi forth on the gym floor and in th balcony of the gymnasium wil be gathered those who enjoy tha popular deck pastime, shuffleboard. A nominal fee will admit to al the activities of these 12 night for those oE 18 years or more who have a medical certificate. Further information may be had b caUing the Y. W. C. A. --o-Greene Students at Coe College Honored GREENE--Two local persons who are students at Coe college at Cedar Hapids, have been recently honored. Miss Mary Virginia Pooley was a delegate from the college to the annual regiona conference of the Mississippi Valley International Relations clubs at the University of Omaha and Leslie Munneke will make the spring tour through eastern Iowa and northern Illinois, concluding April 5. Peerles s 15 Cent Pattern 19 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day 3041 SIZES 16-50 Do This If You're NERVOUS XWt lake chances on prodncfs y ra ti, ow nothme about or rely on temporary rilM fSXS n?* ° eed °' * f ° 0 ? «TM-raI nrtim tonic ; Mre trme-prov-sn lydfa. E- PinkLraTM Vegetable Compound, made especially /,,, trraoi Jrom wholesome herbs aadloiS. Let Pralctam'a Compound help fcuild up more physical icsistanre and thus aid in calming janely nema, lessen dis writ li'S?"TM 1 " Uor * ira »* cani , one woman ha (oia jo "sroilint thru" with TM . .. MUST BE C'OOD DOUBLE WEDDING j TO BE AT WE SUE Y WESLEY--Miss Ruth Maverly and Miss Ethel Haverly, sisters, are to be honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower in the lodge hall Sunday afternoon. In a double wedding ceremony on April 18, they will become the brides of Eyoural Loebig oj Wesley, and Larry Lang of Titonka. ST. VEEOVICA CIRCLE MEETS AT TOINBY'S St. Veronica's circle met with Mrs. E. P. Toinby, 1034 West State street, with Mrs. Tony Goeders as assisting hostess, Thursday. Following the business session, bridge was played with high score prize in contract going to Mrs. W. H. Broadbent and in aucton to Mrs. Elizabeth Hagen. The next meeting will be April 22. ATHE.MAN CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Athenian club met at the home of Mrs. M. E. Kelly, 434 Fourth street southeast, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. R. E. Sizer gave current events and the lesson, a review of. the month's study on "Women in Action in America," was given by Mrs. M. J. Fitzpatrick, who outlined "America's 12 Greatest Women," "Ladies o£ the Press" "Radio PeTsom'ities," and "Women in Public Life." --o-CENTRAL HEIGHTS CiVB ENTERTAINED Central Heights club met at the home of Mrs. Harry Adams, Thursday. The next meeting oC the club will be April 13 at the Home oC Mrs. George Williamson with Mrs. L. Stevens as hostess Plan Observance of Wedding Anniversary HANLONTOWN-- Mr. and Mr= . A. Brunsvold's three sons and :amihes from Jackson, Minn., will ;om them Sunday to assist them n observing their golden wedding anniversary. The Henry and Jorgen Brunsvold families -will also participate in the event. . p. j. ivw is ^resident of Group NEW HAMPTON-- Mrs F J ·\Ioore was elected president of the Home Study club at the annual meeting. Mrs. A. C. Schmidt was lamed vice president; Mrs. H. L ·VIcCriliiE, secretary and Miss -flyae House, treasurer. JOSEPHINE KINGSBURY ILL BE MARRIED OSAGE-- Mrs. Frank Moore, Miss Nettie Peterson and Miss Alary Elizabeth Moore have issued nvitations to a party Saturday evening in honor o£ Miss Josephine Kingsbury who is to be married April 9 to Edson Moore, on of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore. 'OLICE AUXILIARY " iIEETS FOR DINNER At the meeting of the Police Auxiliary Thursday evening, dinner was served at the P. G. and E. auditorium for members and their Dinner Party Held at Ehlers Residence The Misses Dorothy Jean Gasswint and Dorothy Jean Ehlers entertained 10 guests at a dinner party at the Earl Ehlers home, 112 Kentucky a v e n u e southeast, Thursday evening. Easter decorations were used on the table and the games and contests repeated the Easter theme. A treasure hunt was conducted after dinner with the team, captained by Maxine Sutherland winning. Guests were Maxine Sutherland, Joan Andrick, Elaine Grove Elaine Adelsman, Doris Sharp! Dorothy DeGroot, Mario O'Leary, Norma Taylor, Patsy Krager and Shirley Leaman. The hostesses are members ot Girl Scout troop 7 and are working for their hostess badges. e r amilies. Badges were presented to hree retired members o£ the po- -hce department, C. C. XVallbaum, Miss Margaret Patton of Cedar --- *.-£,....*,^,n, ^. ^. wiuioiium alls will spend the weekend with Dick Hyde and Ed Dunton, by the her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. police department. The lime was ' Pa^on, 328 Carolina avenue south- Bits About 'Em- Mr, and Mrs. S. L. Zea, 1129 West State street, have returned from New York City and Chicago where they have been visiting. * * * Mrs. Gisle Johnson and sons, Gisle John and Tommy DeVries, 2121 Georgia avenue southeast, spent the past few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs John DeVries, at Leland. Mason City's Largest Array of S A D D L E Spring stirs.. and new "saddles" are imperative! Come get this new beauty of WHITE BUCK with BROWN or .BLACK CALF saddle.... sueded soles! Use Your Charge Account Damon's Mail Orders Promptly Filled prnt informally, MRS. 51. SCOTT HOSTESS AT PARTY A group of relatives gathered at the home oE Mrs. M. Scott, 1039 East State street, for a party Thursday evening honoring Air. and Mrs. James B. Oliver who were married March 19. The evening was spent informally and gilts v.'cre presented to the couple Refreshments were served at the close o£ the evening-. --o-- · HONORED BY PARTY ROCK FALLS -- David Edgar was given a surprise birthday party Tuesday evening by his aunt. Mrs. William Maher, at her j home. Bunco was played ot seven i tables with high scores going ;o I i Claire Michelsen and Roger Tib- 1 bets. Low prizes were awarded to Frances Dunton and Jerome Wilkinson, Refreshments were served. MRS. YOST HONORED BRISTOW--Mrs. W. El Needham and Mrs. A. N. Morford gave a surprise courtesy on Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Charles L \ost, who is leaving soon for Hurley, S. Dak., to spend the summer. The party was held at the Keedham home and 22 ladies were present. ·--o-- WED I.V CALIFORNIA OSAGE--Word has been rc- ceived here of the marriage of | Ed Sivann, an Osage resident who i was spending the winter in California with his son. John, and a Mre. Nelson of Wichita. Kans who was also spending the winter in California. They were married March 18. Enroute here they will visit in Wichita with the bride's son. casi. Livergood Bros. WATCHES - DIAMONDS EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING DIAMOND SETTING New Costume Jewelry · lockets · bracelets · rings · clips · pins · cameos ALL FOR WATCHES BUonehorcto DIAMONDS 3 U'EST STATE Social Calendar FRIDAY- Daughters ot Union Veterans officers-- 7 o'clock, Y. M. c. A., rehearsal for inspection. Harvesters group-8 o'clock, Mrs. Don Toetser, 628 First street southwest, Mrs W W. Waddell, assisting. SATURDAY Thefa club- Postponed to April 8. Degree of Honor Juveniles 2:30 o'clock, Moose halt Pleasant Ri3ffe club-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pcdelty. Hamilton Students Receive Places on Super Honor Roll The Hamilton honor roll for the Past quarter was announced at a special school assembly with the super honor roll listing Nettie Graves, Marble Rock; Adeline Edvards, Mason City; Loretla Moltz Orchard, and Don Gish, Rockford' On the honor roll are Minnie Lorenzen, St. Ansgar; Haze] Kimm, Northwood; Ray Sernett Mason City; Era Huber, Melton-' :, Lorraine Rudisill, Hampton- Helen Lomen, Clear Lake; Fred r^n5 S T 0n City; Irene °°wns7 EvefTM' I^^ TM a ,? st ' Ri "2 ste 5 tvelyn Nicol, Mallard: Dorothy rood; Ethel Conners, -an Ransom, Clear » Postma, Ackley; Viola 1 ot of Northwood 'ere presented certificates for roficiency in dictaphone work New Trends in Fashion to Be Seen Style Show Luncheon Sponsored by Merkels, Band Bis Planned Easter fashions will be on parade Tuesday at a style show presented by the Merkel company and the B and B Shoe store in the Wedgewood room at the Hotel Hanford. Luncheon will be served and the showing of ctothes will be from 1 to 2 o'clock] Reservations for luncheon will be taken at the Hanford. The newest in dresses, coats suits, furs, millinery, accessories corsets, sportswear, negligees and children's wear from Merkels will te modeled and shoes and hand? s s f 'L OTO the B and B.wiU complete the costumes. The affair is open to all who are interested in this showing ot the latest trends in costume featuring the interesting color combinations which are the outstanding marks of: 1939's spring --o-HENDRICKSON-BERG DECORAH--Announcement has wen roade 0 £ the marriage of viiss Cora Berg, daughter of Mrs Ida Berg of Glenwood township, to Ulat Hendrickson, son of Mrs. Ole Hendrickson of Pleasant township ·ead on March 26, at the Pontop- Jidan church by the Rev. P. J tjorlaug. The couple was at-I ended by Miss Esther Ellingson niece of the bride, and Joseph Berg, brother of the bride. Mr. ? · I 1 ' 5 ' Hendnt *son will make hen- home on the Berg farm in lemvoocl township. COU8TE5V AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY S-UKCHASE Straws! Straws--Straws--We have three hundred of the new' 1 "-smart straws waiting for. ' the woman or miss who_^ has an eye for beauty and , economy. This spring you can have your sailor, fareton or high crown hat at most interesting prices. *P 1 · «/O and up to $5.00 GIRL'S COATS, Age 2 t. 14 Years andTo" 12 St - yl! * f01 - ? h " 1S ° £ a!1 ag - es ' Coats in fitted colors. Excellent valued at TM.^.*TM. $2.95 better "SEE YOU TOMORROW i Be Gloriously Charming in * Thsy so flaffermgly emphasize your slender antles . . i graceful feminine curves . ; Ihese lovely 3-lhread crspes Holeproof! Very sheer ; i.yei more snag-resbtan!, longer-v/earing, because of specfat luxuria Crep» twisf. Gwiplsmeniyour every coslume with |h e!r dull, clear beauty. In ifie nawesl shade*. With lore | 0p- HOIEPROOF and the B i B. Shoe 105 North Federal

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