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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 11, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLvOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN ii 1028 I3WA WOMEN SEE REMO VAL OF SALACIOUS MAGAZINES Taylor Reports of Drama Work General Federation Board Is Now in Session in Na tional Capital WASHINGTON Jan of 16 salacious magazines from the stands in one of the large cities of Iowa thru the efforts of the litera of the Iowa Federation of Womens clubs was sighted as one of the definite pieces of work recently accomplished by that body by Mrs Henry C Taylor of Bloomfield gen eral federation director from that state in her report at the midwinter meeting of the board now in session In Washington In recognition of the value of the community drama movement as a so cializing institution the city of Des Moines recently went to tho rescue of the Community Drama association and subscribed enough money to pur chase an abandoned church which IB being converted into a community theater An additional gift of procured thru the chairman of the drama committee of the stale federa tion will further sustain the efforts of the tittle Theater group The work of of the American Home received hearty ap proval of press and pulpit during Thanksgiving week when sermons were preaclied and editorials were printed federation for its efforts in raising standards of life In the American home MITCHELL COUNTY LICENSES Jan following marriage licenses were granted in Mitchell county fpr the month of De cember William G Witthoft Hampton and Anna Llppert St Ansgar Adolph E Tahr Lyle and Marian J Nelson j Lyle Clarence W Miller Osage and Clara Olson Osage Paul Hickey Little Cedar and Vera Jellum Osage Horace Ruel Tyer Osage and Edyth Marie Fredrlcks Mason City Maurice B Hayenga George and Tillie Klinkln berg George Harold W Page Park Rapids and Ethel Griffith Park Hap ids SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Warren G Harding P T A will meet Jn school auditorium WasliingtonMonroa P T A will have program in Monroe school auditor ium Woodrow Wilson P T A will con vene in school auditorium Delta Alpha Sunday school class will meet at the home of Mrs James E Blythe in Rock Glenn for dinner Energetic ciass will meet in Congre gational church parlors Sorosis Mrs Stuart N Grummon GlobeGazette apart ments Athenian Mrs J c McGuIre 326 Second street north east Tusalatn club will meet for oclock dinner at the Y W C A History Mrs Lee P Loomis 22 Hiver Heights drive B P W club will have noon luncheon at the DamonIgou tea gardens Hanford Aid Mrs H E Rugs for 1 oclock luncheon East Side Presbyterian AM Hostess Mrs Arthur Craig 1148 First street northeast Olivet Methodist Aid society will meet in the church parlors at oclock Cee Dee Bridge Mrs Frank Casey 402 Fifth street south east Silent Eight Bridge Mrs W E Barr 633 South Georgia avenue On Wedding Trip to Coast SHAWKOSCOE GLENVZLLE Jan marriage took place at the home Mr H C Gruhgo Monday ining at 6 oclock when Shaw became the bride of John Ros coe of Rochester Minn The Rev Elmert Gibhard of the Methodist church performed the cere money The ring was carried In the heart of a rose hy little Lorraine SruTiffo The attendants were a sister oc the bride and her husband Mr and Mrs Evan Wolff of Albert Lea and Mlas Helen Skiff also of Albert Lea played the wedding march The bride wore a frock of tan geor et and the gift of the bridegroom a itrlng of pearls The couple left immediately for a trip to Eagle Grove and will bo at ne after Feb 1 at Rochester Minn Tomake Room for tiew Millinery 50 Hats Selected from Stock Formerly Marked to WOMEN APPROACHING MIDDLE AGE Pass Through This Trying Period in Good Condition by Taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound MRS HARVEY TUCKER R R a sHELnyviULr two Grow old along with me Tho beat s yet to bo WJth her children grown up the middleaged woman finds time to do the things sbe never had tlmp to do the new hooks see the new plays enjoy her grandchildren take an active part in church and civic affairs Far from beingpushed aside by tho younger set she flnds a full rich life of her own That Is if her health is good Thousands of women of middle sge say they owe their visor and health to Lydia B Plnfchams Vege Those who have learned through their own experi ence the merit of this dependable medicine ara enthusiastic in recom mending It to their friends and neighbors I had been In bad condition for three months J could not do my work One day I read what your medicine had done and just had a fecllne that It would help me so I sent and got a bottle ot LydiaB Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I had only taken halt a bottle when I got up and started to do my work It gave me an appetite and helpei me wonderfully I can not praise this medicine highly enough I surely will advise all women and girls to take it and they dont hare to use rouge to look healthy My two daughters are taking it now and one ia also using the Sanative Wash I am willing to have you use this testimonial and I will answer let ters from women asking about the HAEVET TUCKEB R It No 9 Shelbyville Indiana I read about Lydla B Plnkhama Vegetable Compound In the IKUa books you give away end began to tako the medicine After the flrsb few bottles I began to feel better and could eat better and had fewer headacJes I feel like a different person At anytime that I dont feel good I take the Vegetable Compound again as I always keep a bottle on hand You may use this letter for every word Is true I will answer any letters sent to JEN NIE BoiTEiatAN 611llth Union City N J who are now on a three months honeymoon to the western coast The bride Is the former Mrs Belva L Cox and has been employed for the past cer post Jones Lists Books Under Class Heads How to Achieve Beauty By MME HELENA RUBINSTEIN niw RvW Rpvipws nf Out Tlle Wllalrt Wherefore of Creams Waives oriei rveviews ui win To me it Ia denlorahlft hnw standing Books of Past Year MR AND SIRS FRANK E WENIG Among the Interesting recent wed five years by the Champlin Refining dings was that of Mr and Mrs Wenig company Mr Wenlg Is n locomotive engineer He is a past state vice com mander of the American Legion and Is a former commander of the Spen Military Band Will Play for Ball Given by Guard at Armory Wednesday Eve The 133rd Regimental band of the Iowa National Guard stationed at Fairfield ployed a concert Wednesday afternoon In the high school auditor ium and Wednesday night will play a concert during the serving of the din ner at o oclock to the business men of Mason City The three national guard units of Mason City are being hosts at the armory The balcony will be open to women and spectators at 6 oclock so that they may hear the concert which Is free At 9 oclock the annual military ball will be held and this military band and its orchestra will furnish the music for this event A charge Is being made for the lall and for those spectators In the balcony Along with the bandand the orchestra comes the Parsons col lege quartet and this group of collegi ans will put on some clever entertain ment especially for the spectators Warrant Officer William Laurier he director of the band andorchestra Is a former musician on the Mayflow er the bresldentlal yacht The band is now on a concert tour and is making appearances in central and northern Iowa until Jan 16 FOR GREAT OUTDOORS Milwaukee Women Hold Afternoon and Evening Affairs for Visitors Telling the people of the Milwaukee railroad of the 51 individual chapters of thec M St P Womens club Mrs H B Byrum ot Chicago presi dent general of the club spoke Tues day evening to a packed club room here The general club has nearly members 51 chapters and last year spent for welfare work among the Milwaukee employes Thirtytwo oE the clubs have their own club rooms and Mason Citys room la one of the finest on the line Mrs Byrum said She told how the men could become contributing members and not one cent their money is used for club runninir expenses she explained Every cent goes for welfare work Most of the clubs are self supporting and do their own welfare work but occasionally an appeal is for more money than tho cluh has on hand and then a fund in Chicago may bo referred to The sociability the clubs bring about is wonderful said Mrs Byrum She is enthusiastic in this harmony a peace which comes out oC contact with railroad people Mrs W F Rummel and Miss Etta Llndskog both of Chicago and here iHth Mrs Byrum brot greetings to the club members Mrs Forgus Bohen was presented the prize for procuring the largest number of members In a iecent cam paign Short talks were given by W P Cody passenger and freight agent and A L Rule Milwaukee attorney At the conclusion of the program a social hour was held at which time punch was served with Mrs O A Beerman and Mrs L U Meuwissen presiding at tho bowl The Chicago women were guesta of honor at a tea held in the afternoon in the club rooms About 75 women called and spent the hour Informally Calendulas and yellow takers were used on the tea table and Mrs Frank Ulrlck and Mrs It G Crow post presidents poured the beverage MISS KELROY GIVES PARTY FOB GUEST Miss Margaret Kelroy 314 Sixth street southeast entertained Tuesday evening n honor of Mrs Tony Lom bardo of St Louis Five hundred was played with Mrs Harold Wnsley and Miss Severa Lombardo winning the prizes Mrs Lombardo was given a guest favor Mrs Lombardo Is the former Miss Mary Lombardo oz this city C D OF A A meeting of the Catholic Daugh ters of America will he held Wednes day evening at 8 oclock In the K of C hall was Riiy Diamond year there Is a reason A tit of humor and a bit of irony together with a general discussion of the notable books of the year made 1 another Interesting meeting for the members ot the Womans club Tues I day afternoon In the First Methodist church auditorium Llewellyn Jones Chicago literary editor gavethead dress of the afternoon and divided his subject in five groups namely philosophical public affairs bio graphy fiction and poetry From each section he took one book to discuss and his discussion of philosophy thru the eyes of Will Du rant was thoroly Interesting Psy choanalysis is passe now among the young intellectuals and now it is be haviorism that claims said the speaker John B Watson has n book on behaviorism and Mr Jones commented upon it Idealism as a by R F A Herndon Philosophy by B Russell baaed on science were other he mentioned in this list Public Affairs Group Incidents in Mother India by Catherine Mayo were reviewed under the classification of public affairs Mr Jones said he would not recom mend the book for light reading nor would It make a New Years present but It is an Informative book Your Moneys Worth by Stewart Chase was another hook in this class This book urges housewives to use the same methods of buying as the gov ernment does Much biography has been written since the war said Mr Jones thefield has been very active since that time and he mentioned the two volumes ot the life of George Washington written by Rupert Huges Thomas Paine the Apostle of by Mary Agnes Best and the books written bj Edgar Allen Poe Henry Ward Beecher Dwlffht L Moody aad Poet Shelley The first book under the fiction list was E M ForesterB Aspects of the The book traces the develop ment of the novel how various locali ties open new settings for the stories and mentions a number of American novelists Two new writers whose books won renown this past year were Glenway Wescott author of Grand and Elizabeth Maddox Rob erts writer of Time of Willa Gather Book Reviewed Mr Jones reviewed briefly Willa i the Arch He touched briefly upon English and European novels and he recom mended Magic Mountains by Thomas Mann for heavy reading By MME LISBETH Ready for any activity in the great outofdoors is the woman attired in the above suit A blouse of beige flat crepe Is worn over a pleated skirt of dark brown flannel The short jacket matches the Kkirt A suede Is worn at natural waistline while color Is given by the bright colored neckerchief loosely knotted in front The vagabond hat is brown felt and velvet Gwcn Lee posed To me it Is deplorable how little women know about the creams they put on their faces To nine out of ten a face cream is a face cream and that Is all there Is to it When you choose a cream without regard to the needs of your skin you will probably do your c o m p 1 exion no good at all or else you may do It actual harm I wish I could take you thru two or three labora tories and show you what goes on behind the scenes what a vast var iety of different things go into the creams you put on your face If MflE you knew what was in the creams then you would be much more care ful to use and choose them for what they are actually going to do for you instead of because you like the jar or the scent Cleansing Creams First there are tho purely cleans ing creams They are usually made on a mineral oil base and are de signed merely as substitutes for the harsher soap to remove the dust and dirt that have accumulated during the day A pure cleansing cream need have no other active qualities However there are cleansing creams with corrective qualities There is for instance a kind of cream made particularly to benefit an excessively oily skin which has blackheads or pimples It contains milk and cream fata and is made by a pasteurized process On the other hand if your skin Is dry you will find you can soften It and Improve Its surface by usingr an especially light fluffy cream of very oily consistency which will probably contain a medium weight or vegetable oil as for Instance sweet oil or olive oil Corrective Cream Besides the cleansing creams there are corrective creams of several kinds There Is the medicated cream to heal blemishes such as acne cream which is smoothed over the eruptions to take out the redness and soreness and stop the spread of Infection Then there Is the antiwrinkle cream nourishing cream or eye cream it goes by a var iety of different names but the out standing characteristic is richness The purpose of such creams Is to build up starved tissue and In that way to smooth but wrinkles They aYe cbttiposed large vegetable fats which are most readily absorbed by the human skin The skinclearing cream bus stimulating and bleaching qualities Its purpose 1 t in UltU UlClll LI 11 LK fuLJJUqt Sylvia Thompson Warners Mr Forj ig to beautify the skin by clearing It Maggot was given under the aiacqlorations keeping it active English novel list Concluding his talk Mr Jones spoke of the poetry and mentioned Edwin Arlington Robinsoha as a notable narrative poem of the year Pleasingthe club women with hie lovely baritone voice which he gener ously used In four numbers was Ken neth Goodrich rather a newcomer to the city and a newcomer to the club His group of three salt water ballads was particularly interesting and the range and quality ot his voice were brqt out to advantage I and free from blemishes and lighten ing Its tone Astringent creams have tightening Carl Parker Talks to Employed Boys at Y M Carl A Parker in addressing thp boys club of the Y M C Tuesday night threw out this challenge Boys while you are in the employ of another individual do your best to please him Some day you will be the employer and you will be de manding the things of others that your employer asks of you Mr Parker pointed out Instances in which he had seen employes rise to the heights of an employer in a short time WATAVYE DINNER MEETING Instead of the usual noon luncheon members of tho Watanye club met Tuesday evening at the apartment of Dr Dede and Miss Bess Mudgott In the Delaware apartments Following a dinner the guests listened to a radio program and visited Informally Miss Alice Lonerjjan who has been jn Chi cago working for tho past two years has returned to Mason City and she was greeted back in the club qualities and are Intended to firm flabby tissue and close enlarged pores Sometimes you will get a combination of astringent and nourishing cream The bleaching creams are definitely whitening But since cleansing and bleaching qualities can be quite satis factorily combined many women pre fer to obtain a bleach Ingclean sing cream MOOSEHEART WOMEN INSTALL The Women of Mooseheart Legion met in Eagles hall Tuesday evening for Installation of officers Mrs Eva Weilin deputy grand regent of Wa terloo conducted the installation cere mony The following officers will serve this year Mrs James Holman senior regent Mrs George A Smith past regent Mrs Charles Adams junior regent Mrs Bell Mickey chap Iain Miss Helen Boyle recorder Mrs Ruth Hanson sentinel Mrs Mary Rarlek argus Mra William Baugh guide Harry Rice assistant guide MASONIC SOCIAL CLUB TO MEET AT EADMAR Meeting Thursday evening at 8 oclock for the first the holidays will be the Masbjilc social club at the Yellow Lantern tea room Each membercouple has been asked to brings another Masonic couple Cards and dancing arc on the program and will be followed by a supper ft T A TO MEET At the meeting of the Washington Monroe school P T A Thursday afternoon in the Monroe school audi torium Mrs O A George will review Smiley Blantons Child Dr George M Crabb will speak on the physical development of the child WARMING UP THE ENGIN I have an authorfriend whol write In a cold barnlike room at night Her mind is clear her work ij I All hail to her real hardihool That wouldnt suit me know better Than to attempt the brief letter Under a frigid temperatu It wouldnt half make ser Im sure My thinkingoutfit works right Before a hearthfire hot bright It warms the engine up I found And makes my mental go round MOTHER No matter what ails your child a gentle thorough laxative should al ways be the first treatment given If your little one is outofsorts halfsick Isnt resting eating act ing Mother see If tongue is coated This Is a sure sign that the little stomach liver and bow els are clogged with waste When cross irritable feverish stomach sour breath bad or has stomachache di arrhea sore throat full of cold give tcaspoonful of California Fig and in a few hours all the constipated poison undigested food little bowels without griping have a well playing child Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless fruity laxative he cause it never falls to cleanse the little ones liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach and they dearly love its pleasant taste Full directions for halves children of nil nses and for n A GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS BOOKLET ON DRESSMAKING How does that shoulder fit Is there a wrinkle In the neck Is that sleeve In right How can I smooth that out under the nrm These and ninny other problems In fitting garments accurately are solved In a new hooklct hy govern ment experts Kvory woman will want a copy as it Is fully Illu strated and each step In correct fit Incr described In plnin words Our Washington Information Bureau recommends this booklet as the best thing ever printed on the sub ject The coupon and four cents In stomps bring your copv Frederic J Haskln Director The Mason City OloboGazette Information Bureau Washington D C T enclose herewith FOUR CENTS in stamps for a copy of the booklet FITTINC nirRRSES AND BLOUSES Street The Roynl Neighbor diil team will meet at 7 oclock Thursday evening In the Eagles hall Lodge meeting will ho held xt 8 oclock at which time Joint Installation of officers for the Woodmen and the R X A will be hold MMB CREEK P TO MEET FRIDAY Announcement is made of the meet ingof the ParentTeacher association of Creek No 8 school Friday evening at 8 oclock An Old Recipe to Darken Hair By JANICE RANDALL Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur properly com pounded brings hack Uie natural color and lustre to the hair when faded streaked or pray Tears ago the only way to get this mixture j was to make it at home which Is mussy and troublesome Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for Wyeths Sage and Sul phur You will get a largo hottle of this oldtime recipe Improved I by the addition of other ingredients for only 75 cents Everybody uses this preparation now because no one can i possibly tell thatyou darkened your hair as it does It so naturally evenly You dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair taking one small Ktrnnd at a time hy morning tho gray hair dlfi appears and after another applica tion or two your hair becomes beau tifully dark thfclt and glopsy and you ook yoars young grownups printed on each bottle Beware of counterfeit fig syrups Ask your druggist for a bottle of j California Fig Syrup then see that Syruu A Cross Sick Child is Constipated Look at Tongue COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE January Clearance of Exceptional Values Styles Smartly Suitable for Misses and Women Theres real value in this offering of fashionable new winter coals thai earlier in the season would have sold at much higher prices Trimmed with furs in desired styles such as fur fronts deep shawl collars fur borders side flares and generous cuffs Desirable colors and 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