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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX Jr ASONCITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 23 1928 BOEYE TELLS STARTLING INCIDENTS RELATING TO CHINA Awakening in East Due to YouthSpirit i Dr Sen Believed Time Right I for Amalgamation of 5 Country Events now tawngr pjrace In China i fire a part ot a great awakening thai occurring In Philip i pine Inlands and Japan as well Dr J F Boeye pastor of the First Meth odlst church declared while speaking on the Chinese Puzzle before the members of the current events depart i ment of the Womans club at the P A CJ and E auditorium noon The awakening according to Dr Boeye Is the the human spirit coming especially from the youth Even American students he said go on strikes In Germany Rus sla and India they have done amazins things i Youth Is growing weaiy of our plomacies andredtapein suchmat ters as international relationship ra cial prejudice and other declared the speaker Youth wants to cut straight across to the CJJmnx Brings Haired Dr Boeye pointed but that the situ ationin reached climax in May 1925 when six students were shotdownin a Shanghai demohstra tion by British Then began the organized hatred of the foreigner Meanwhile the shadow of Russia fell athwart the added the i speaker Sovietism had failed to get France England and the United States Failingin these coun tries It had turned to the east to ex ploit Cliina just when China was des 1 perately needing afriend There fol lowed then the rise of the nationalist party rind theleadership of Dr Sun C Vet Sen the first provisional presi dent of Dr Sen set up the 5 which are the slogan of the advancing nationalist party and arjnj The first was nationalism Hitherto China had no central the government being mostly by village authorities with a remote province government Dr Sen believed the hour had struck for the amalgamation of China Would Add Department r The second principle wag democra cy Dr Sen would add to our three de partments of the legislative executive and judicial the departments exam ination nnd inspection His conception of government was of a strong central committee than an individual as execii the a singly C iwelfattigf the believed g JlKeseJprinciples to Llri 2 juolns conception that a government 3j should be for the peo pie and by the Boeye Monroes an apt one P To understand life in China take a pinch of thastruggle of the early f in Proven Fact tiiat SENESS DIAMONDS bring the greatest cheer WEARS IT AT SCHOOL By JIME LISBBTU Striped washable materials are prac tical for the little daughters school frocks They iaunder nicely do not show ths soil as much as plain ma terial and more than that they look well wljlchis what the most This little Irock In blazer stripes Is made of linen and is the popular jloomer Tiny white cuffs collar arid pocket trimming make a pretty inish and touches of hand embroidery give It distinction S OCIAL CALENDAR City Engineer Gives Talk to Nature Group Miss Stpiy Urges Care in Transplanting Mrs Bag ley Speaks Chester Stevens city engineer talked to thenature study and conser vation department of the Womans club on places In this vicinity where plants may be found Wednesday af ternoon at the February meeting In the library assembly room He also told of the separation of flora into flowering plants shrubs and trees In considering flowering plants time must be taken into considera said Mr Stevens Jas well as place Definite dates cannot be given as the weather conditions affect the time separation Time may be fixed by the associating with the first frost tne annual George Washington party FRIDAY Harmony guild will meet at 230 oclock in Congregational church parlors Daughters of Union Veterans will meet In Cnamber of Commerce Womens Missionary union will ob serve annual day of prayer In the Baptist church Cheerful Dozen Mr and Mrs E W Beneke 631 South Presi dent avenue Division No 8 BaptistAid Hostess lira J M Robertson 243 Seventh street southeast How to Achieve Beauty By MMB HELENA RUBINSTEIN The Night Beauty Reghue First let us take the night treat ment Most business women I be lieve bathe at night just before retir ing The ideal time for a simple treatment Colonial Party Parlor Is Appropriate Setting for D A R Annual Dinner What i always a high point in the social life of the members of the Daughters of American Revolution is little European Renaissance add omeof the wild thinking and bloody svents of the French Revolution pour rt a good quantity of the spiritof 776 add a little Bolshevik red pepper iien mix well and cook until half Americans Are Confused Dr Boeye in openhig his address stated that it was strange that Ameri cans were confused bs the situation in China T attitude lias been of course that we only acted taiput have Safch to been Jiftlcuit Tor us to understand tlielrumbrase toward He took up the background of na The vastnumber there lie added is literally incomprehensible to Ameri cans The total population is 214 without the dependencies Congestion in china is caused to a large extent by the ancestral worship which keeps people close to the home ot their fathers he pointed out China however has thelargest single racial tha world The customs and institutions were in existence be fore Moses wrote and Homer sang The physically are amazing ly ntrons according to Dr Boeye vlio added they were ignorant of the com monest sanitation going out of the ground the greening of lawns the swelling of buds on the trees the opening of leaves on the trees and full bloom of The flowers for the purpose of giv inglocations were divided into wood flowers and prairie flowers Wood Flowers Still Here Most of the wood flowers are still to be found In this said Mr Stevens The breaking up of the prairie sod has destroyed most of the early prairie flowers growing on up lands Drainage and subsequent break ing up and cultivation of low lands is destroying haunts of the low land prairie flowers Along the railroad rights of way and byroads that have not been grad ed are about the only places left for the upland prairie Ons or two common exceptions to this rule ware cited Mr Steveng talked of the more common flowers telling of their time and place of blooming He spoke ot the beauty of the south end of the new state park at the time of the blooming of the wild burgemont In July and said it was a solid bank of lavender This spot also Is the home of all of the late blooming prairie flowers including golden rod brown eyed Susans several species of asters Including white and purpleflowers Khape of Trees Changes Mr Stevens told of the most acces sible places ot wild shrubs including the wild rose crab apple eider berry bitter sweet and black haw The point was brot out that while the leaves and fruit ot the trees are fixed In the species of trees the individual shape of trees is determined by the environ ment The topography and character size and location ot surrounding trees are largely fixed by the shape of trees To illustrate this point Mr Stevens The work being done by Frank Goodman at the Roosevelt school grounds to preserve native shrubs ami trees was outlined Also the work of the Boy Scouts under the direction of air Goodman was mentioned Miss Dolly Story a pioneer conser vationist of Mason City spoke on the native flowers ot early days She also told of transplanting them and urged I women not to remove them from BETTY JANES The spring suit walks nonchalantly upon the avenue of fashion for it knows full well the im portant position it enjoys in the mode Mannish Materials Chic Plaits Navy Blue Reps Outcollection of spring suifs is most extensive and priced exclusively at Just The New Printed Frocks For at which the husbands are guests A more appropriate setting could hardly have been chosen than the Colonial party parlor smacks of the early American days the very time when Washington was born The beautiful colonial costumes and the powdered hair of the women blended wel with the appointments of the lovely colonial home Twelve small tables were used to ac commodate the 48 guests The place cards bore the D A R emblem and upon each table was a taper in a hand painted holder each carrying the D A E colors of blue and gold At each place there was a hand painted hatchet which later served as an appropriate favor Mis George Burmelster did the painting Committee Presented Program The program committee consisting of Miss Laura Kern Mrs Thomas II Stettler and Mrs W H Biederman then presented a program James E Blythe read a copy of the original manuscript of the call of arms of Washington This was the properly of Stanley Williams and it was later inspected by each one of lie members and guests Mrs Biederman Mrs Stettler and Mrs Raymond L James presented a short play The Reading and Re hearsal of Dowey and Mrs Biederman took the part of Cathryn Winthrbpe Mrs James of Judge Sam uel Sewall and Mrs Stettler of Bridget Usher All in quaint Puritan costumes and were clever in their roles Closed With Singing Bee Mrs James Biederman Mrs Stett ler and George Felthouese of Rock well all gave clever readings and these were followed by the singing ot old songs led by Mrs Heniy C Shlpman Mrs Shlpman Mrs George Fawkes A TrtStish burn J C Williams and Miss Hattle Lymenstah served as hostesses ut the affair WRONG DATE ANNOUNCED In making the announcement of the late for the ceremonial for Alchor Shrine No 6 White Shrine of Jerusa lem in Wednesdays paper the date was stated as March 30 when it should have been March 20 the wood where they were growing i their native environment unless they were sure they had a proper place for them and would take the proper care ot them She also urged the women not to remove them from properties without the owners permission j Tells of Wasliingtons Life Tellins of the Hte of George Wash ington as a conservationist Mrs W G C Bagley concluded the afternoon program with a description ot the con servation work accomplished by Wash ington She told of his life at Mt Vernon as a of the ex periments with seeds and plants which he undertook He was always trying cut new things and he was quite un to the present date in his ex periments For instance Mrs Bag ley mentioned the system of putting ntarl on soil Washington used this and It corresponds with the use of lime on soil today Marl is a form of lime Washington left an immense es tate of acres at his death He was the richest man In the United States A tea was served at the close of the program and for the table Ameri can floss and red candles were used for decorations HAPP5T HURLEY CLUB ROCICWELL Feb Happy Hurley club met at the home of Mrs Mike McDonough on Tuesnay after noon The leaflcrs Mrs H Strahorn and Mrs C M Van Meter gave a very interesting lesson on unrtergar ments and quite a number of patterns were cut A feature of the afternoon was the reading of a letter from Mrs J jr Clark Mrs Clark wiis formerly leader of the club but recently moved with her family to Decatur III The following were present Mrs E Berg man Mrs R Lumsdcn Mrs M Me Donough Mrs J McLauRhlln Mrs A Miller Mrs H Strahorn Mrs C Van Meter Mrs A Wltte and Mrs M Lorenzen The next meeting will be held atthe home of Mrs John Overbeck G T A TO B OP L E About 20 mmbers ot G I wom ens auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers met at the Eagles hall Wednesday afternoon whero games appropriate to Washing tons birthday were played PATTERSONGOSSMAN CRESCO Feb Irmrt Pflt terson daughter of Mr nnd Mrs A D Patterson was married Saturday at Canton to Leland Gossman of that place After a wedding trip to Dubuque Chicago and DCS Moinos the couple will make Its home at Canton CARD PARTY The G 1 A to the B of L E will sponsor a card party Friday evening for mcmheia and friends In the P G E Playing will begin HI S U T B CLUB PLAYS BRIDGE AT COLLOTONS Miss Viola Colloton Kirk partments entertained the mombars of the U T B club Wednesdayevening Bridge was played witli Miss Maude Shin winning high score WIFE PRESERVERS J is just before the bath First the skin must be cleansed of all Impurities which have gath ered thruout the day I like a smooth protective cleansing cream as for instance one made on a pasteurized base It is particularly good for the busi ness woman be cause not only If Cedar treasure chests are appre ciated by the older housewives as well as the brides t cleansing but it helps to put back nto the skin the vital elements which he days exertion has taken from it really performing double duty Leave Womans Club to Sponsor Second Piano Recital by Pupils Saturday at Y W Mrs Alert Sims chairman ot the music department of the Womans club announces the second piano reci tal when children from 10 to 14 will play a program Saturday afternoon at oclock in the second floor club rooms at the Y W C A Fifteen pupils mxve been enrolled for the re White Elephants to Be Auctioned at Olivet A Mens with the only requirements for admission being the possession of a while elephant and that those who attend be accompanied by another man will be held at the Olivet Methodist church Friday eve ning Feb 24 The white elephant is described as piece ot wearing apparel which Is disliked by the owner The white ele phants will be sold to the highest bidder About 60 invitations have been mailed A program end refreshments will be Included in the evenings entertain ment The committee in charge of the powwow is E J Wenrich Annis Nel son J R Currier Reuben Wiley A T Walker and H M Sherman REBEKAH CIRCLE Rebekah Circvle will meet in I O O P parlors at oclock Friday after noon with C Holly as chair man of the hostess committee Her group will Include Mrs Steve Barron Mrs George Tatum Mrs Ray Meyers Mrs F V Wolters Mrs Sam Raizes Mrs Ernest Scissinger Mrs II P Qucnrud and Mrs Caroline Young A program has been planned for the afternoon vORNELTA CANNON CIRCLE HAS WASHINGTON FKOGRAM The Cornelia Cannon Reading met at the home of Mrs n D Bobbins Tuesday A luncheon was served at noon The aiternoon was spent in carrying out a George Washington irogram Mrs Robblna gave Jography of George Washington Mrs A D Rose was a guest The next meeiing of the C C R C will be at the home of Mrs O W Bryant March 20 AUXILIARY TO B OF L F womens society of tha B of L F E will meet Friday afternoon at 230 oclock In Eagles he cleansing cream on while you are cital Piano teachers of the city are caring for your nails j entering their pupils Because Use chit Care of Nails dren taking part are older and their A cuticle cream will soften the skin at the base ot the nail so it is easily and gently pressed back Personally I adviso the business woman to avoid very highly lacquered nails They are a little too conspicuous hovering over order blank or the keyboard of a typewriter After your nails have been cared for remove the cleansing cream from your face with soft tissues If there are signs of acne or blackheads the treat ment must vary to meet the require ments of your Bkin condition For an acne skin the cleansing should be fol lowed by an application of a healing medicated acne cream which may be retained while you bathe then re moved and later put on a second time this time to remain on overnight 1C your trouble is blackheads three times a week you should vary your cleansing by substituting a penetrat ing wasli which stimulates the pores and roots out the offending black heads Then spread a little stimulat ing skinclearing cream on the face re taining this during your bath It will help restore the pretty semitranspar ent delicacy of a young complexion j Playing Tour Favorite Tunes Every Saturday EAGLES HALL Adm 50c Couple Dancing class to 9 We teach you to dance with your wife and like it Also other mens wives mildly bleaching away freckles and other minor discoloratlons Restful Batli at Night I know of nothing more soothing to tired nerves than a warm restful bath at night scented it you wish for bath salts are both luxurious and refresh ing and the sweet scent highly re laxing to tired tensed nerves A little borax is good water softener should youbo jaffllcted with hard water in your community A handful of salt is also an excellent and stimulating dition to your tub and also tends to firm the flesh Afterwards you wit want bath talcum it adds so much to that rense of well being And then to your hair brush You should give your hair at least fifty strokes eevry night After that spread a littlenourishing cream around the eyes and mouth and throat retaining I overnight I And please dont forget your hands nothing shows nse so quickly as ne1 Elected hands freshly ven1 tilatod room windows wide open top and bottom nnd a comfortable sleep to fortify you for the nnw lavs labor pieces not as elementary as those pre sented by the smaller children last time the program will be more inter esting to olderpersons All members of the Womans club may attend and the mothers and teachers ot the chil dren faking part have been invited LARSONSTEVENSON CRESCO Feb Laura L Larson and Ross M Steevnson ol Elma were married Monday noon by the H Weed at the JJethodist parsonage of Cresco The couple was attended by Mr and Mrs Henry Enos of Mr and Mrs Stevenson will reside at Elma M W A Modern Woomen of America Mason City lodge No 700 will hold the reg ular meeting at Eagles hall Monday night at oclock For the past few months old time dances have been put on by the lodge with good attend ances This meeting night there will be a card party followed by a Dutch lunch after lodge for members only CRIESJOHNSON KI ESTER Marie Johnson daughter of Mr and Mrs John Johnson and Henry Grief were married yesterday Miss John son was for a number of years a clerk in the Hintz store while Mr Cries is porprietor of the local dray line The newly weds will live in Kiester Pufa Neiv Life Into Dull Tired Faded Skin Just a little Calonlte powder sprink led on a wet cloth and rubbed gently over the face before retiring will clear the pores of all dirt and dust and oily accumulation preventing blackheads It puts new life into dull tired skin so you will enjoy a good nights rest These two words are so commonly used that they often may mean very little words But when you let flowers say them they mean a lot Phone 55 HERMAN M KNLDSON Prop 1105 SO FEDERAL AYE Fashioned from a sketch of what is to be by Peacocks Parisian designer this newmodcl finds its approval among women who lead rather than follow fashions trend Characteristically comfort is combined smatcnessand moderate price Brilliant Pa lent Honey Beige Kid Velvet Calfskin the pair COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE VALUES STILL GREATER in this our ENDOFSEASON CLEANUP Nichols Green Winter COATS For Now and Next Winter and a few better Youll get much wear out of your new coat this winter and the styles in these groups are so new that thex will be just as smart next season Many of them are reduced to a fraction 6f their real value All of them are unusual values Of suede cloth bolivia and sports fab rics the majority are furtrimmed and lined with satin de chine or rayon crepe 1 EndoSeason Clean up in Winter Dresses SILKS WOOLS JERSEYS Many of the seasons best styles will befound in this group of dresses Every dress has been marked down from a higher price which ac counts for the materials and styles which A are unusual at these iU   

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