The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 10, 1934 · Page 9
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, May 10, 1934
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MAY 10 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINE FROCK HAS MUCH APPEAL SIMPLICITY OF DRESS IS ITS CHARM: KIMONO SLEEVES, STRAIGHT SKIRT NSURE EASE IN MAKING IT Olobe-UEMtte PetrttM IS Cent r»ttern. 100 FUth Awnne. »« fork City _. · - Bj- DIANA DAY So many of the smart frocks this season combine printed and plain crepe silk that made today's charming model. Easy to make! Cut with kimono sleeves and two-piece skirt, it is very quickly finished. Camed out in one material, as in either a plain or printed crepe silk, it is equally lovely. In white or pastel tub silks, handkerchief linen prints, batiste prints, etc., it is charming- for summer. Style No. 683 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Sizes 16 requires 2% yards of 39-inch material with 1% yards of 39-inch contrasting. Xhe Essence of Fashion: The whole fashion stoi-y for spring is to be found in this new and exciting spring fashion book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and 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 but address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Trinity Ladies' Aid Plans Mothers' Day Program at Church The East Park-Highland circle of the Trinity Lutheran church will have charge of the general Ladies' Aid meeting to be held at Trinity church Friday at 2:30 o'clock. The meeting will be in the form of a Mother's day program. Devotions will be lead by the president, Mrs. Andrew Frelund, vocal solo, "Mother O' My Heart," by Mrs. Russell Thompson, Bible study on the book of Revelations lead by Mrs. R. 0. Storvick. A pantomime entitled "Historical Ladies' Aid of 1880," will be presented with the following characters taking- part: Mrs. Johnson, played by Mrs. L. A. Lysn'e, Mrs. Breitjern, Mrs. C. S. Rankin; Mrs. Jon Askelson, Mrs. C. H. Kirsch; Mrs. Christopherson, Mrs. L. A. Baken; Mrs. Halver Strand, Mrs. Joe Sperual; Mrs. Ole Anderson, Mrs. Ed Crapser; Mrs. Hans Olson, Mrs. J. C. Odden. The play depicts the meeting of a Lutheran Ladies' Aid, in the 1880's, its discussions and work, with costumes appropriate for the times. The play is read and directed by Mrs. Russell Kolker. First Requisite for Safety in Home Is to Eliminate Fire Danger By BROOKE PETERS CHCKCH. Mrs. Smith had run over to a neighbor's house to borrow a pat- etrn. She left Bobby, who was on the floor. It seemed to her that she was not gone more than five minutes, but when she returned she found that the baby had crawled into the kitchen and tried to pull himself up by taking hold of the electric stove. Both hands were burned severely. No doubt Bobby learned his ?es- son, but at a terrible cost. To leave a tiny child alone where there is any chance of his being burned is to court catastrophe. An electric stove looks harmless enough even when it is turned on, and may well attract a child with its glittering nickel and fascinating knobs and handles. Even if the stove is turned off there is always the chance that the child will work the trick and turn it on quite unconsciously as a result of his experiments. One of the first requisites of safe ty in the home is to eliminate the danger of fire and of burns. Open fires should be equipped with sturdy screens, matches kept out cf reach, and the little child should never be left alone in a room with a stove or from which he can get to a stove. Mrs. Smith would have saved her baby much pain and suffering and herself much futile regret had she at least closed the kitchen door. She would have played safest if she had left the baby in a pen or enclosure while she went on her errand. Five or ten minutes is quite ;ong enough for a child to get into trouble if there is opportunity for him to do so. A good rule for a parent £0ing out would be to ask herself: "Is baby safe?" Such a mental checking-up may save her child from injury. No More Piles Doctor's Prescription Guaranteed Thousands of Pile sufferers do not know that the cause of Piles is internal--bad circulation of blood in the lower bowel. This is the scientific truth about Piles--the real reason why salves and suppositories do not give lasting relief why cutting does not re- move'the cause. Your itching bleeding or protruding Piles will only go when you actually · remove the cause. External treatments can't do this---an internal medicine should he used. HEM- ROID. the prescription -of Dr. J. S. Leonhardt, sold by good druggists everywhere succeeds because it stimulates the circulation, drives out congested blood, heals and restores the affected parts. So why waste time on external remedies or worry about an operation when Michael Drug Co. invites overv Pile sufferer to try HEM- ROID with sruarantee of money · iiack if not iovfnlly satisfied with' the help one bottle" gives. ' Newton Woman Named President of P. E. 0. CLINTON, May 10, (.I 1 )--Mrs. Belle Presser of Newton Thursday was elected president of the Iowa State chapter of the P. E. O. sisterhood during the sixty-sixth annual convention in session here. Mrs. Frances Carrell of was elected first vice president and Mrs. Loretta Jones of Clinton was chosen second vice president. No other officers were elected. A gift of ?2,000 to Cotey college. Nevada, Mo., was voted by the state chapter. The college is operated by the national organization. Robert F. Harmon Buried at Greene Robert Francis Harmon, 10 months old sou of Mr. and Mra. George Harmon, 411 West State street, v.-is burled at Greene Tuesday at Rose Hill cemetery after services in St. Mary's church there. The infant died Sunday night at a Mason city hospital. The child was born June 28, 19S3. 683 Wife Preservers Large and rather thick rubber mats relieve foot strain when washing and ironing jobs that demand much standing are being done. It rates a rave...this smart "cowl" pump of WHITE KID MASON CITY'S GREATEST SHOE VALUES vaiuji to hobtltV-, ' Mall Orders Filled IS YOUR FAVORITE STILL IN THE RUNNING? A Store of Service . . A Store of Fashion .. A Store of Moderate Price DAM to better acquaint you with the largest array of Nationally Known Cosmetics in Mason City. Featuring COTY -. . . YARDLEY . . . BARBARA GOULD . . . ELIZABETH ARDEN . . . MAX FAKTORS . . . HUDNUT DU B A R R Y . . . HARRIETT HUBBARD AYERS . . . DORTHY PERKINS . . . ARMANDS . . . BOURJOIS . . . HUDNUT MARVELOUS . . . MELLO GLO . . . CUTEX . . . NOW is the time your skin needs extra care to protect it from drying winds and sun. Let us help your particular needs. Coty Perfume 0 Val 1 Regular $2.20 Value 1/2 oz. Coty Floral Perfume. Attractive flacon of Rose, Lilac, Violette and Muguet. DAMON'S MAIN FLOOR 1 U. S. Tires are built with Tempered Rubber, the toughest tread stock known. This assures the extra, non-skid protection of the U. S. Cogwheel Tread for many thousands of additional miles. 2 U.S. Tires are built by an exclusive method known as Safety Bonding--a patented process of welding cords together with live rubber that provides the greatest protection against tire failure and blowout so far developed. Is the tire of your choice actually all that you think it is? On what do you base your belief? On claims? On opinions? Now, we do not claim that U. S.Tires are the most "super- supers" ever made. But we do suggest that you get all the facts and judge U. S. Tires for yourself. !f you're in the market for tires, shop around. Go see that favorite of yours, then drop in here and compare, and please remember these two points about U. S. (at the left). Remember, TOO, THAT u. s. 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