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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 1934 P w . A . Â· Delegations of 55 Clubs Will Attend Pre-convention Board Dinner First Event of Sessions. Mason City Business and Professional Women's club members are making final preparations to receive delegates from 55 clubs from various parts of Iowa at the annual convention of the Iowa Federation of Business and professional Women which will be held here Thursday Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Thelma Almklov is chairman of the dinner for the state board members to be held at the Hotel Hanford Thursday evening at 6-45 o'clock. The dinner will be followed by a pre-conveotion board meeting at which Mrs. Goldie Worth, of CenterviUe, state president will preside. Mrs. Julia .Shipley Potts, president of the local club will preside at the dinner. Local Committees. Local members of the club who have been serving on committee include Miss Beulah Randolph, gen eral chairman, Miss Ethel Ridge way credentials; Mrs. W. R. Hamil ton program; Mrs. J. H. Murray registration; Mrs. Mabel Blaise badges; Saturday morning break - fasts Mrs. Potts, Miss Joy Ridge way, Mrs. Hamilton and Miss Lenor Gulbranson; decorations, Mrs. C Blanchard; dinners, Miss Mabe. Sherwood and Mrs. Nell Farrer. Dr. Orilla Reeve is chairman o exhibits; Miss Lola Mason, finance Miss Mabel Suchcr, flowers; Mrs Harriet Michael, information; Mrs Maude Wepler and Miss Vesta Kcieriem, luncheons; Dr. Madeleni Donnelly, music; Miss Mildred Mil ler, pages; Miss Eva Scott,' prizes Mrs. Catherine Garvey, reception Mrs. Lora Glanville, souvenirs and Mrs. Laura Billman, transportation Second Time Here. This will be the second time Mason City has entertained a state B. P. W. convention, the first being in 1923 when the Federation was composed of 10 clubs. At that time the Mason City club was foi,r years old. The club roster at present In- WATCH VALUES Waltham 15-jewel ladies' or gents' regular $50 and $27.50 values. Our price-- $27.50and$18.75 See these graduation specials. They are values. WATCHES Wife Preservers A little maple syrup added to your custard pie will give it a de- icious flavor. eludes six charter members who have been enrolled in the club continuously since its beginning. They are Martha Pattie, Mrs. Wepler, Miss Randolph, Gertrude Wilson, Kathryn Williams and Agnes Helbig. The convention schedule follows: DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE THURSDAY. 6-45 o'clock--Hotel Hanford, pre-convention dinner and board meeting. Friday 8 o'clock--Registration. 9-30 o'clock--Convention called to order, invocation, address of welcome, report of officers. 12:15 o'clock--Fifteenth birthday luncheon; Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, speaker. 2:15 o'clock--Committee reports. 3 o'clock--Organization conference group meetings. 6:45 o'clock, dinner, Winooa Evans Reeves, speaker. SATURDAY. 7:30 o'clock--Club mechanics breakfast. 9 o'clock--Session opens, committee reports. 10:30 o'clock--education, conference groups. 1:30 o'clock, luncheon, Dr. L,y- man Bryson, speaker. 1:30 o'clock--Election of offi- Â° 2:45 o'clock--Public affairs conference groups. _ 6:45 o'clock--Dinner, Marion McClench, speaker, midnight movie at Cecil theater. SUNDAY. 8:30 o'clock -- Clear Lake Country club, emblem breakfast, installation of officers. Ireland's Blue Shirt army is grow- ms. GOOD-BYE CORNS Pain tltft ot onii and . oraTon quickly, tbfaly DrScholls lino-pads ...Your Good Health Depends on the foods you choose. The finest machine in the world deserves fine butter--rich in health-giving vitamins--made from selected sweet cream. Ask for Iowa State Brand Butter Next Sunday Is MOTHER'S DAY SHE DESERVES THE BEST --ESPECIALLY IN FLOWERS You are invited to come out to the greenhouse, select your needs and have them delivered when and where you wish. All home-grown stock, strictly fresh. Grace Overton to Be Heard at P.TA Meeting Grace Sloan Overton, executive ecretary of. the Federation of Churches of the division of Greater Â·Jew York, will speak at a general meeting of the Parent Teacher ouncil Thursday evening at S i-clock at the Y. W. C. A. gyrrÂ·Â·Â· sium. The meeting has been opened co the public and Mrs. Overton will speak on "Youth in a Changing World." Mrs. Overton is a specialist on problems of youth. Preceding the lecture the council will hold a business meeting' at 7:30 o'clock in the cafeteria of the Y. Officers will be elected and a delegate appointed to attend the national convention of the Parent Teacher Congress to be held in Des Moines next week. S9S JJ^^EL^Sl. Â«tob t -0Â»Â«tlÂ« reÂ«lÂ«m 1Â» font r.ttem, too Filth Av.n M . New VÂ»rk City T. DIANA DAY """ CUT FLOWERS Roses, carnations, sweet peas, stocks, snapdragons, lupines, calendulas, daisies, tulips, and many others. Greenhouse Open Evenings. Order Early. KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE Bits About 'Em Mrs. Catherine Hanlon and daughter, Miss Margaret Hanlon, and son Frank Hanlon, 222 Seventh street northwest, have opened their cot ta.se at Clear Lake for the summer Â» * *' Mr. and Mrs. Lyrnan Harris and Dr. Madelene Donnelly, 110 Seventh street northeast, have returned from Louisville, Ky., where they attended the Kentucky derby. i t . ' . : Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, 216 Wesl State street. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney 718 East State street, and Mrs Leon Woodward, 1824- South Federal avenue, drove to Charles City Wednesday where they gave a Czecho-Slovakian program. Mrs Cerney told Czecho-Slovakian stories while Mrs. Humphrey sang and Mrs. Woodward played harp music of the country. * * * Mrs. Helene Bruns, 524 Sixth street southeast, has returned from a few months' visit in Memphis Tenn., with her son, Carl, formerly of Mason City. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER Think of your favorite color and imagine how fascinating the scheme would be in a printed silk for this jaunty little dress for today's pattern. The ruffle trim can be of white, of plain toning crepe or lingerie as crisp plain embroidered or crinkled organdie. If you're planning for summer, choose cotton prints, handkerchief linen prints, stick candy striped seersucker and washing silks-- a charming dress will be the result. Style No. 682 is designed in sizes 14 16 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39-inch material with % yard of 35- inch contrasting. The Essence of Fashion: The whole fashion story for swing is to be found in this new and exciting Spring Fashion Book You certainly won't want to miss it Contains new Hollywood photos ant patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or' coin (coin is preferred) Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, bu address Globe-Gazette Pattern De partment, 200 Fifth avenue, New York City. Dr. Stella Mason Made Member of World Federation Dr Stella Mason who is on the tart of her third trip around, the vorld has been given a membership n the International Federation of Business and Professional Women s clubs by the Mason City B. P. W. C The International Federation has headquarters in a number of European cities including Vienna, Austria where Dr. Marianne Beth is its representative; Brussels. Belgium, Dr Marguerite De Munter-Latims, representative; Prague, Czecho- i^^/iww Â·Â»Â«Â·,,_ TTKinticlra Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern H. G. L. BRIDGE CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING Miss Hertha Haase and Miss Ann Whyte entertained the H. G. L. club at the horns of Miss Whyte, 107 Connecticut avenue northwest, Tuesday evening. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Miss Oreta Minette and Miss Margaret Bourne and Miss Myrtle Niedert was a guest. What this country needs is a dollar which will be not so much elastic as it will be adhesive.--Judge. Slovakia, Senator Mme. Frantiska F Plaminkova; Stockholm, Sweden Baroness Marta Armfeldt; Rome, Italy, Dr. Maria Castellani. The executive director of the international Federation, Dorothy A. Heneker has offices in Geneva, Switzerland. . Dr Mason's itinerary will include a number of these cities. Lena Madesin Phillips of New York who has spoken in Mason City is president of the Internationa! Federation. Much Training Needed So That Child May Be Left Alone in Safety By BKOOKE PETERS CHURCH The papers constantly are describing accidents to children which mi^ht have been avoided had parents or nurses used more forethought, in caring for little children, one must "expect the unexpected, and whoever is in charge must keep one jump ahead of the child's impulses. Of course it is desirable to make a child self-reliant and to wean him as early as possible from the need of constant supervision. But there is often a great deal of preliminary PRIMROSE The dainty primrose is coming more and more to the fore as floral motif for our more moderr quilt designs, if applique or pieced work may be referred to as modern. The color combination of pale rose, yellow and green, as well as an attractive arrangement of the appliqued and plain blocks, creates a spread of lasting beauty, and one that becomes more mellow with This pattern is-from Quilt Book No. 23 which contains six other pat terns. For your copy send 10 cent in 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. 23. SOCIAL CALENDAR By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Planning For Two Breakfast Grapefruit Â· Â·:.- Â· Poached Eggs Buttered Toast Marmadale Coffee Luncheon Chicken a la King Toast Chilled Pear Sauce Tea Dinner Rice and Veal Candied Sweet Potatoes Bread Butter Vegetable Salad Wafers Coffee Chicken A La Iving 3 tablespoons chicken fat, 3 tablespoons flour, 2-3 cup chicken stock, 2-3 cup cup milk, i- cup diced cooked chicken, 1 tablespoon chopped pimiento, 1 tablespoon chopped cooked green pepper, 1 tablesoon chopped cooked celery, M teaspoon salt, % teaspoon paprika, 2 eggs yolks. , , Melt fat and add flour. Blend and add stock and milk. Cook until creamy sauce forms. Stir constantly Add chicken, seasonings; cook 2 minutes. Add yolks. Mix and serve. BLOOMING PLANTS Hydrangeas, pelargon- iums, genistas, fuchsias, daisies, roses, geraniums, petunias, ferns, mixed plants, boxes and baskets. Phone 55 Herman M. Knudson, Prop. Rice and VeaL 1 cup diced cooked veal, 2 tablespoons butter, 2 tablespoons flour 1 cup milk or veal stock, 1 teaspoon chopped onions, 1 teaspoon chopped gre-3n peppers, U teaspoon salt, Vt teaspoon paprika, 1 cup boiled ice Melt butter and add flour. Blen' and add milk and cook until cream; sauce forms- Add all rest of ingre dients Pour into buttered shallow baking dish and bake 20 minutes. If left over gravy available, us i'- cup of it for %Â· cup of milk. , , " Candied Sweet Potatoes I 2 cooked potatoes, 3 tablespoons | bacon fat, *i cup brown sugar, 1 tablespoon butter, H cup water. Arrange potatoes in shallow pan. Add rest of ingredients. Cover and bafco 20 minutes. Turn frequently. Remove cover, bake 15 minutes. POIXOCK-HOKECKA GARNER. May 9.--Amarriage license was issued to Halbert PÂ°UÂ°*. 28, and Helen Horecka, 28, both of Garner. GARDOLIN-HARTMAN HAMFrON May 9.--A marriage license was issued Tuesday to A. J. Gardolin, 29, and Pearl Hartman, [ 30, both of Oakland township. LOTT-BELUHAN ALGONA. May 9.--Dr. E. G. Lott 1 of Dows and Leona Bellman of Clear Lake, were married at Swea City. Honored oiTs'oth Kir" 1 ^^ . LUVERNE, May 9---Fred Hmtz Sr was 80 years old Saturday and Mrs Hintz, assisted by her daughters "-ave a dinner in his honor at their home Sunday which was attended by 30 relatives. Mr. Hmtz is the only living charter member of the Lutheran church of Luverne More than 2,250 competitors, a record number, took part recently I in the railway employes' music fes- j tival in Reading, England. WEDNESDAY .egion Drum Corps auxiliary-6:30 o'clock, Church of Christ, program and games; Bethlehem Willing Workers-7:30 o'clock, church parlors. O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. THURSDAY Hanford ladles aid-Mrs. Ear! Dean. Internes club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Paul Loomis, 713 Twelfth street northeast. Y. M. F. C.-8 o'clock, church, refreshments. East State Street club-10:30 o'clock, Church of Christ, hostesses, Mrs. Barney Sweeney, Mrs. L. P. Sanborn, Mrs. M. 0. Dalvey, Mrs. M. C. Swenson, Mrs. 0. A. Merkel, Mrs. Ivan Barnes, breakfast for Mrs. Alice Brown, organizer, election of officers. Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Everett G. Smith, 25 Tenth street northwest. mmanuel South division-2 o'clock, Mrs. Peter Nielsen, 317 Twenty-First street southeast. Energetic class-Church, Mrs. J. Conners, Mrs. W Tuttle, hostesses. Trinity Forest park circle-2-30 o'clock, Mrs. Selma Chris tianson, 921 Fourth street south west. Gariield P. T. A.-Postponed to May 24. Olivet Ladies' aid-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. B. 0. Encli son, Mrs. C. J. Klunder. Trinity Roosevelt circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Emil Johannsen, 542 Twentieth street southeast. Central P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Harding F. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Tusalata-T. N. T. clubs-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A, employers' banquet. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harvey Adams, 9:30 Jackson avenue northwest. Royal Neighbors-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. V. M. F.-S o'clock, McKinley school, 3 act comedy. JUNIOR HADASSAH HEARS BOOK REVIEW Rabbi Lawrence Block reviewed Power" by Lion Feuchtwanger at Jie meeting of the Junior Hadassab uesday evening at the Jewish ommunity Center. Plans were nade for a mother-daughter ban- uet and May 24 set as a tentative ate. .j. JEWISH SISTERHOOD HEETS AT KROPMANS Mrs. Frank Kropman. 325 Sev enth street northwest, was hostess o the Jewish Sisterhood at her wme Tuesday afternoon. Following he business meeting, bridge was played with high score prizes going :o Mrs. Julius Cohen and Mrs. Sarr Woldman. Imports from the United State into Trinidad have jumped recently s o training necessary before he can be safely trusted in a world which adults have filled with so many contrivances dangerous to the welfare of the uninitiated. There are dozens of Â· possibilities to be considered before leaving a child to its own devices, and the least dangerous are the elemental things such as water, draughts, fire, high places and animals. These we have always had with us and to a large extent have learned to cope with. But consider the more modern angers such as matches, needles md pins, chairs,, beds and baby car- iages which a child can fall out of; and then the most modern,, electric toves, machines ' and fans, gas toves and automobiles-- these have not yet become a part of our inner consciousness and are often over- ooked. To little children the average house is as dangerous as a factory s to those who work in it. But whereas the law has stepped in to protect the laborer, little can be done mechanically to protect the hild One cannot insist on fire- screens, safety-straps, closed windows although reasonable precau- TORGERSON-ZUMACH FENTON, May 9.--The marriag of Lucille Zumach, daughter of Mand Mrs. August Zumach, to Floy Torgerson took place here at th Lutheran church, the Rev. M Kabelitz officiating. The bride wa attended by her cousin, Ella Zumacl A reception was held at the horn of the bride's parents with 40 rela lives and friends attending. Th young couple will be at home Bode after May 12, where the brid groom owns a barber shop. Â·.WA of Baptist Church Plans Picnic At the meeting of the Y. W. A. the Baptist church at the home ol rs. Chester Williams, 424 Polk ace southwest, plans were made or a picnic to be held at East park lay 22. Mrs. F. Carroll, Mrs. M. very and Mrs. W. A. Carter were amed to the committee to have large of arrangements. It was reported that 20 May bas- cts had been delivered to the sick nd shutin members of the Baptist hurch. The baskets were made and lied by the Y. W. A. A midsummer eeting will be held at Clear Lake. Games were played during the so- ial hour with Mrs.,Avery winning prize. Mrs. Williams served re- reshments assisted by her sister. Mrs. Orin McFarlane. Thomas Eau Claire Weds Thelma Davis Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Davis. 686 First street southeast, announce the marriage of their daughter, Thelma, :o Thomas J. Eau Claire, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Eau Claire, 533 Nineteenth street southeast. The wedding took place at the First Methodist parsonage May 3 with the Rev. William H. Spence officiating. The bride, who wore a dress of carnation pink with white accessories, was attended by her sister, Miss Berniece Davis. Roy Isaacson was the best man. Mr. Eau Claire and his bride will make their home here Asked to Give March. OSAGE--The regular monthly _nner and chapter meeting of thij Eastern Star chapter was held al the Masonic hall Monday eveningi|;: Mrs. Martin G. Hagensick of ScJf attle, Wash., was a guest. Officerf ( p of this chapter have been invited tjjj put on the opening march at IMS district meeting in June at Masc|| City. tion can be taken to pick up and needles from the floor and remove similar dangers. -- Â»!Â·-- THI EL-LIVING STON NEW HAMPTON, May 9.-- A marriage license was issued Tuesday to A. C. Thiel of Lancaster, Wis., and Evelyn Livingston of Cedar Falls. Senior Class Play "Pomander Walk High School Auditorium Friday Adults 50c 8:15" Students 35c 'I don't even have lunch dates Then she learned why offico mates avoided her. OF FR1WOS HOW! I'D frSK. HER TO LUHCH IF IT WEREN'T FOR. TKWONETHW6. THEY'RE. SO _ TRIENOLY N I'M GLAD I UEARME HOW LUX TAKES AWAY PE.RSP1KA TION ODOR.It SWES COLOR TOO 1 . Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1020 SATISFACTION W!TH SVHiY PURCHASE Can You Think of Anyone Closer or Dearer to You Than Your Mother! Then Remember "Her" Next Sunday, May 13th. Choose MOTHER'S gift where she would shop herself! And you'll be assured of her joy! We've endless gift suggestions- these are only a few: Buy "Her" a Hat Here are. hats that will bring her all the summer smartness, in white and dark colorings. All head- sizes. Priced from We Suggest Sheer Hose Every mother appreciates quality hose in chiffon or semi-service. All new summer shades. Priced from Handbags Give her a smart, new bag for summer. In white and colors. Priced from and up Handkerchiefs Beautiful hand-made 'ker chiefs that will satisfy moth er's taste. Priced from New summer gloves as well as kids in white and colors. Priced from "MOTHER" WILL ALSO APPRECIATE A NEW DRESS FOR SUMMER IN SILK OR COTTON. "SEE YOU TOMORROW"