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May 11, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MAY 11 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN KOCH-HEPNEB '. ORCHARD, May 11.--Miss Beulah Koch of Osage and Burdett Hepner of Orchard were married at Osage Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. T. P. Solem. Mr. Hepner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hepner and is a graduate of the local school. They were attended by Dale Morse and Merlin Cook, sister of the bride. IT'S MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY Remember her with a PRACTICAL GIFT that she'll use--enjoy. NEW STRAW HATS FOR EVERY SUMMER OCCASION V $J.95 $2-95 Large brims, medium brims, in all colors and headstzcs. Fink's Smart Apparel 15 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. MOTfl£RS MY ROSES, dozen ORCHIDS each . IRIS, dozen , STOCKS, dozen , ' TULIPS, dozen , SNAPS, dozen . CUT FLOWERS QQ LARKSPUR, *7»/C dozen ?*) Aft GARDENIAS, «P£.lH/ each j»l rn CARNATIONS, ....... $*·«'"' dozen (f« 1 A A Calendulas, «H.l)V dozen SWEET PEAS, bunch of 25. Calla-Lilies, dozen $L50 FUCHSIA . ROSE BUSHES FERNS ... - PLANTS ..... 75c $1.25 $1.00 Hydrangeas Calceolarias. NOVELTY PLANTS . $1.00 50c $1.50 $1.00 49c $3.00 $1.00 .$1.50 ASSORTED SPRING PLANTS IN BOXES ...... $2.00 WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS J O H N S T O N ' S ST F L O W E R S ACROSS FROM THE PARK WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS Compare Quality--Price Your dollar will buy more value in Furniture at this store--be fair with yourself--compare our quality and prices with others anywhere. . $39.50 $69.50 $59.50 ..$23.50 ....$4.95 ....$1.00 fi QC TABLES . «PJUUy SPRING . «pU.«7«J Hundreds of Great Buys in Good Dependable ... F U R N I T U R E You Pay Less -- Get More Tyler Ryan Furniture Co. BEDROOM SUITES,. 3-piece DINING ROOM SUITES, S-piece LIVING ROOM SUITES, 2-piece 9x12 RUGS-Real Values OCCASIONAL TABLES END TABLES CABD . $1.00 COIL SPRING 29 Second Street S. E. CKOSLEY SHELVADOR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Installed -- 1 Year Free Sen-ice $99.50 Former Head of National Group Here Marion McClench Sees Need of Business Training for All Girls. If Marion H. McClench of Ann Arbor, Mich., former president, now membership chairman of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs, had her way, every young woman in the United States would be trained to enter a business or profession. Miss McClench who is attending the Iowa Federation convention here says, "I am well aware that every girl does not have to become self-supporting, but learning a.pro- fession is the best kind of Insurance against disaster if family reverses come. The girl who has so directed her education that she is capable of taking up some · remunerative occupation at a moment's notice, can augh at economic fears. Get Different Slant. "In my opinion it would be well or every young woman to have wo or three years of business experience, even If she subsequently marries or takes up a social career. One advantage is that she will get a different slant on her prospective husband's problems and make a much more efficient helpmate for him. Another, that she will acquire a willingness to give and take, a quality oE good sportsmanship, vhich will be of value to her in any walk of life." That Miss McClench practices what she preaches is made mani- est in her own career. The daughter of the late William \V. Mc- Clench, who for many years was (resident of the Massachusetts Mu- ual Life Insurance company, she might have led a leisurely, social ife. But an active mind and a keen nterest in people led her to find an outlet for her own energies in :he insurance field, in which she has been conspicuosly successful. Keep Self Fit. Miss McClench is an eminently sane and well-balanced woman, with a wide range of interests, and an optimistic philosophy about life and its problems. She has !itt!e pa- ience with physical flabbtness or sagging mentality. Every woman, she believes, who has a fair opportunity in life and in business, can keep herself physically fit by an abundance of healthful excrc'ae and mentally alert through study and by keeping pace with the progressive movements of the day. "The woman who does these :hings, and who provides for her future financially through savings, nsurance. and investments will not tad. tlie! so : .c.all.ed 'fatal forties' a sarrier to 'advancement)" Miss Mc- Clench declares. Miss McClench's interest in the progress of business and professional women has always been keen. [t has found its expression in an active connection with the National federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs ever since the "ederation was organized. She has held a variety of state offices, was president of the Michigan state fed- jration, general chairman of the na- ;ional convention at Mackinac Island, Mich., in 1929, and national president 'from 1929 to 1931. Assume Leadership. During Miss McClench's prest dency there were two important new phases of development: Increased emphases upon the necessity of co-operation between men's and women's grouos to promote civic welfare, and upon the obligation of business women to assume leadership in economic thinking. In her biennial address as president of the federation in 1931, M'st McClench outlined a 10 year objective for the organization which embraced these important points anc pledged the federation to work towards "establishment through scientific methods of condition: which assure to women, and to men as well, the fullest possible opportunity a.nd reward for th» development of whatever capacities they may possess." Indicative of Miss McClench's own keen interest in such a forward looking program was her enrollment at the University of Michigan in a 'class organized to study municipal problems. M'ss McClench is particularly well qualified to act as membership chairman of the federation, since during the two years of her presidency she traveled nearly 60,000 YOUTHFUL AND PRACTICAL SIMPLE CUT OF FROCK MAKES APPEALING ATTIRE; MAY BE MADE EASILY AND WORN EVERYWHERE Gtobe-Gatette. IVerlnn 15 Cent Pattern, 200 Fifth Avenue, New Vork City By DIANA DAV What about a. new spring- frock In one of the most fascinating and modish materials in novelty dotted printed crepe silk? It is navy and white. Today's model is adorable, so easy to slip into and so easy to wear. The wrapped closure- of "the bodice is particularly smart--and slimming. The pleated frill is lingerie- crisp organdie in pale pink. It appears again on the sleeves. The skirt has a length-giving front panel and inverted plaits that give interesting swing to the hem. Easy to make! You can't imagine anything more simple to put together than this youthful model. Style No. 721 is designed for s'zes 14,16. 18 years, 36. 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39-inch material with ',-i yard of 35- inch contrasting. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring Is to be found in this new and exciting Spring Fashion Book. You cer tainly won't want to ni'ss 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. nouncemeut of her coming marriage to Dr. Rodney C. Wells, who has been serving his intcrneshlp hi Harper hospital, Detroit. Mich., and Lakeside hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, and who will return to Harper hospital for another year of special work. The marriage will take place some time in August in Marshalltown, which is the home of Miss Davis. Miss Davis made the announcement at a dinner served to a group of friends in a private dining room at the Hanford hotel in Mason City. Miss Davis was also the guest of honor at a bridge party given Tuesday evening in Northwood by the Misses Marguerite Johnson and Ar- llne Urban, members of the Northwood school faculty. Classes Hold Garden Party. CLARION. May 11.-- The junior class entertained the seniors and the members of the high school fac- ulty at a garden party Thursday nlg'ht. Small tables in spring colors vlth Individual may poles used as )lace cards were arranged around a ipace reserved for between-course Quick relief from pain, Prevent shoe pressure. j DSchoHs m ZinQ-pads Pitt one an--th* pain is tone! Approaching Marriage of Teacher Announced NORTHWOOD, May 11.--Miss Evelyn Davis, commercial teacher in the Nortlnvood high school for the past two years, has made an- CRYING FOR RELIEF With Summer weather here FOOT SUFFERING and foot feverishness begins to cry for relief. Laird's Shoes and intelligent shoe fitting point the certain way to Styleful comfort. 14 E. State St. Where Shoes Are Keally Fitted GRADUATION SPECIAL ON ILLINOIS Strap WATCHES 17 Jewel Movement REGULAR $42.50 VALUE $24-50 M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. Bl.UG. miles in the interests of the organization, making 1 personal contact in practically every state in the union. Music Program Heard at Last P.TAMeet.'ng Harding P. T. A. met Thursday for the last meeting of the year. A musical program was presented by the third grade pupils who sang "The Wind," "Candles" and "The Drum." Roger Patrick played three violin solos, "Red River Valley," "Home on the Range," and "She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain." Mrs. Bennett presented one of her vocal pupils, Miss June Tietjens, who sang "Vol che Dapete" from "Marriage of Figaro," by Mozart and "Wishes." Robert Bennett played two violin solos. Instead of the regular school picnic, the P. T. A. voted to give.each room a special treat. Mrs. F. L. Curtis was elected delegate to the national convention at Des Moines. Mrs. Earl Leaman, banquet chairman reported that a banquet would be given the sixth grade pupils on May 25 at the school. Mrs. Wade Vasbinder installed the new officers who were Mrs. F. L. Curtis, president; Mrs. Floyd Fraser, vice president; Mrs. R. C. Patrick; secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Charles E. Cooper and Mrs. L. W. Kornbaum were appointed to investigate the possi bilities of a supervised playground during the summer for Harding school pupils: Refreshments were served by Miss Mable Decker, Miss Helen Noble, Miss Nellie Fahnestock, Miss Helen Glassner, Mrs. Blanche Skov- lin, Mrs. Ellen Madsen, Miss Maua Gordon, Mrs. Frank Kuhn. Mrs. Joe Kasik and Mrs. C. 3. Mallette. Mrs. Brown Honored at Birthday Breakfast of East State Club East State Street club honored the birthday of Mrs. Alice Brown, organizer of the club, with a breakfast Thursday morning at the Church of Christ. Pastel shades predominated in the table decorations and in the large birthday cake. Following a short talk by Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Don Wells sang three numbers, accompanied by Mrs. Earl Ehlers. A book was presented Mrs. F-- vn and Mrs. M. O. Dalvey read a poem hi her honor. During a brief business session, Mrs. G. S. C. Andrick was elected president, Mrs. H. N. Jacoby, vice president, and Mrs. C. 0. Dawson, .secretary-treasurer. This was the last meeting of the year with the exception of the family picnic which v .;! be h'' in East park, June 7. The committee in charge included Mrs. O. A. Merkel, Mrs. L. P. Sanborn, Mrs. M. 0. Dalvey, Mrs. M. C. Swenson, Mrs. Barney Sweeney and Mrs. Ivan A. Barnes Modern Fur Storage Summer rates o nail FUR WORK. Estimates and .suggestions by expert Furriers and stylists given FREE! JUST PHONE 6SS Or you are invited to come in. Benowitz Bros. Fur Shop 221 North Federal dancing. Appearing on the toast program were: James Luudy, Jack McClelland and F. E. Mueller. An orchestra played during the dinner and for the dancing which followed. SMART NEW STYLES OXFORDS exciting as a "tied to find such shoes for ... You'll want apairtbeminut* y»n see them... white calfikln per* forated in a new design... rubber soles... choose yours at this ·yeclal price All Sizes Kiltie Styles -- Leather Soles Mall Orders Filled Robert G. Krohn Is Given Distinction Robert G. Krohn, Marquette boy who enlisted here in the navy :ast Feb. 3, has been distinguished as an honor man in his company at the naval training station at Norfolk, Va., according to information received here Friday by R. F. Allison, navy recruiting officer for this district. NOW! Automatic Hot Water Service For Every Mason City and _ Clear Lake HOME! The "FauceHot" . . . automatic storage gas water heater of 20 gallons' capacity... built to last for years ... guaranteed by us and by the manufacturer... installed in your home ready to give you a new standard of hot water convenience ... at an amazingly modest price. And Your Old Equipment Slightly More on Monthly Terms $2 Down -- $2 a Month Puts a "FAUCEHOT" in Your Home Only a Limited Supply Available . At This Sensationally Low Price Remember--You Must Be Satisfied! Aik Any Employee or Call 123 Your Home Comes-First! Your Home Comes First! PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMEANY

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