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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa us lir ch nc id in ol OS tt tfc El I SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 16 29 WEDMESPAr JAN 16 29 MUSIC ASSOCIATION TO YEARS T7 1 1 dignity repose and command of stvle T TIT nn r Kochanski to Play Violin Recital Here Concert Is Set for Jan 28 in High School Is for s Members TUB last in the series of musicals presented by tlie Civic Music as sociation willbo held Monday evening Jan 2S fn the high school auditorium At that time Paul Ko chanskl Polish violinist will play a program The officers of the associa tion have some Interesting plans ten tatively roads which thejsay will be veady to announce Friday Altho It Is scarcely five years since Kochanski made his American debut Tilth the New York symphony Inthat Ahort time he has risen to recognition 9nong the finest artists of the concert Blage S Music critics have repeatedly de clared that KochanskI is one of the Interpretative artists who approach a musical composition from the stand jwlnt of truth and sincerity and that his technique Is not exploited that he rfoes not seek to dazzle when doing so with the spirit of the inuslc Such a distinction is rare Compatriot of Chopin and Pader a pupil of Mlynarskl and Thomson KochanskI mads his debut age of ID in London creating a profound impression because of his dignity repose and command of style Two years later he returned to his native laud accepting the appoint ment of professor Jn tha Conservatory of Warsaw Later ho held similar posts in the conservatories of Petro grad and Kieff Few young artists have made more recital appearances In various Parts of the world than Paul Koelmnski He has played many times in the principal cities of France England Germany Russia Poland Greece Turkey and Egypt In Addition to making annual visits to the United States Canada I and South America Y W Offers Free Use of Pool Friday Sweet In Style Sweet In Value Sweet In Price Will Be At Demons Friday WATCH TOMORROWS PAPER DANCING CLUB TO HAVE POTLUCK DINNEIt A pot luck dinner will be given bj the Odd Fellows dancing club Monday evening at oclock In the I O O F hall for tho Odd Fellowsand Ro beknlis of tho club Eacli couplo has been asked by the committee to fur nish its own Sandwiches and one diah Dancing will begin ot oclock The committee in charge consists of Mr and Mrs Charles LaRoe Mr and Mrs R A Washburn Mr and Mra Oliver Repp GALLO HA YLEG AN FLOYD Jan Myrtle Gal loway formerly of this place and Charles Legan of Franklin InS were married Sunday Jan 6 and will make their homo in Franklin Imi It is announced Miss Schultz Arrives anc Will Begin Classes Next Week ANNOUNCEMENT is made of a freo open pool for all girls and women at the Y W C A Friday evening from 7 to 9 oclock Miss Stephanie Schullr the new lihy siral educational secretary ts here and will begin classes both In swimming In physical education next week Tho Y w 1ms employed a physician to be on hand at tho Y W Friday evening from oclock to SSO oclock and eveiyonc who goes in for a awlm must have the usual health certificate Tins service will be sjven free All tliose using the pool Friday evening must be examined and those who wish to havo their examination over but who do not care to use the pool Friday eveningmay consult the doctor As has been the custom since the first opening of the pool the assocla Ion will furnish the swimming suits tlie towels and soap but each person must furnish her own rubber cap Miss Schultz will announce tho schedule of her classes as soon as ehe hashadtlmatoprepareit Mothers Unconsciously Some Vent Annoyance Thus By ALICE PEAL1C WILL STUDY SORCERY BET RID OF THE child who is nagged becomes heedless of commands and cal lous to disapproval Nothing Wse is quite so destructive of good dis cipline and a happy relationship be tween mother and child Most mothers nag much more than they realize Even tho most patient a command seems to the child Just so much nagging The quick efficient mother is most likely to do this sort of thing without mean ing to The childs responses are necessarily so much slower and loss skilful than her own that eho almost nevltably hurries such matters as the washing of hands and the uulloning or coats This Ia both contusing and rrltallng to the child who Is Just earning to manage such complicated lungs as the turning on and off of water taps and tho maneuvering of buttons into button holes Frequently too the child Is nagged when ho Is deeply engrossed in play Parents with practical concerns on their minds forget that tiia childs Play Is important to him than any orders they may want him to obor When It Is necessary to call the child from play the parents must take pains first to see that ho has the s attention ana then to say cace fully and distinctly exactly what he wants tho child to do It should not bo necessary to give an order more than twlco Most of all the child Is nagged be cause his elders are in a bad mood Sjnce and irritability spring from causes largely outside the con scious control of tho Individual Jhe parent who nags his child to relieve his own feelings will find it difficult to modify Ws Way3 It fs such a parent to vent his annoyance on anyone other than a little child Two Divorces Granted by Judge Joseph Clark T J ciarlc Tuesaay Blanche Adams who married Cecil Adams last June was given a decree on the grounds of cruelly Emily Moore who was separated from J L Moore like vlse alleged cruelty In latter case property settlement was made by slip utation LAD1 DOROTHY MILLS gAILING from London Lady Doro thy Mills daughter of the Earl Oxford will travel 2000 miles into the Interior of Africa to study na tive witchcraft She will be the only whito person in tho party This is by no means Lady Mills first trip Into tuo wilderness She has met many adventures in her wander Ings suffering at times from lack of food and from fever Her husband Capt Arthur H Mills does not ac company her They prefer to wander off on separate trips for a time and then be reunited in England Lady Mills mother was Miss Loui Corbln of New York tho first wife the Earl of Oxford SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Athenian club Hostess Mrs E G Dunn B32 Sixth street southeast for evening meet ing Current events group three China Miss Margaret Kelly History Hostess Mrs Tracey Stevens 17 Ninth street northwest Edith Cavel Mrs J c Stofldard Sorosls club Hostess Mrs Hosalle TVHIson 317 South Pennsylvania avenue Current news Cairo tha Cosmopolite Egypt today Mrs Charles H Barber Cee Dee Bridge club Hostess Mrs W T Cross 802 Filth street southeast usalafa club BARGAINS IN COATS Clearance 6Day Sale New Shopworn Slightly Used Gas Ranges of the Finest Quality Every one a distinct bargain that means many dol lars savings to the thrifty housewives who take ad vantage of this sate All clean a shoddy model offered Every Gas Range On Our Floor Must Go A shipment of 1929 models on the way We must clear our stocks completely to make rom This is your chance to buy quality at bed rock prices 00 Sacrifice On This Beautiful All Porcelain Range Cress Will Be Speaker at W C T U Victory Day Program Thursdaj Prohibition 1B nine years old ana 1 observance ot tills anniversary th W C T U will hold a meeting Thurs lay afternoon at oclock in th cctura room of the Baptist church This anniversary has become known as Victory day Sheriff G E Cress will give the ad dress on Give Prohibition a Chance the Liquor Traffic Had Its Day De votions will be In charge of Mrs Ruth Baker Mrs R E Patton will give a piano solo and Mrs Michelmus wil A quiz on tho Union Signal wll conducted by Mrs Walter Sopher JL campaign will be launched at this meeting Mrs Au gust Johnsons group will arhe charge of the Eocial hour Blaises Tell of life in South America at Watanye Luncheon An interesting talk was given by Carus Blalsa before the members of the Watanyo club at the Tuesday noon meeting at tho Hanford It was truly a glimpse Into Peru and Bolivia oa not seen In tho guidebooks The speaker described tho people their traits and customs Lima the capital of Peru is a cosmopolitan city he and In gils city there arc quite a fciv Americans and English people Iho iniiabitinta of these countries are principally Indiana Negroes Mongol ians and Spanish and caste plays an important role There Is a very great difference In the soil ot these countries in sections within a very few miles ot each other said Mr Bialsa Bomo parts being very barren and others being particularly fertile and in the eastern part a great deal of fruit la raised but which does not have a market on account ot poor transportation facilities Mrs BlrJso ami little daughter Dorothy lane were guests of Miss Hattle Lymcnstahl fit the meeting Mrs Blaiso spoke Informally on many phases of tlieir life in Peru Ths club will have no meeting next luesdoy noon but on Wednesday eve nlng Jan 23 frill have a oclock tllnnor at the home of Mra J L Kline 913 North Pennsylvania avenue Miss Nellie Padden violinist will en ter ain tetTogetficr Hostess Mrs Wlllard D Thrams ISOS North Carolina avenue Roll call Doing your daily dozen vocal number Mrs Gordon Nichols Well Balanced meals Mrs F A Blsbee Central r T Will meet in school auditorium a oclock fC T Will meet In Baptist church Speaker G E Cress American Legion auxiliary Will meet in P G and E auditor Sneaker Howard OLcary Philosophy department Womans clu lit convene at 10 oclock in Y TV C A south parlor Lesson on Francis Bacon McKinicy Child Study circle Will convene in school auditorium Child Study circle Will meet In Washington school at 3 o clock Topic first two chaptes of Tour Growing Child by H J dlngton Booth Jefferson P T A Will meet In school auditorium at oclock Mass singing led by Miss Long Demonstration class Mrs Dora Lies veld and pupils Book review Mrs Ralph Lloyd Vocar solo Miss LucIIe Long L session and social hour oy TrJDeck Bridge club Hostess Mrs A L Schmidt at the DamonIgou tea garden rmnmnuel Lutheran Luther league Will meet at the church at S oclock Committee Henry Landcren Ellen ana Anna Frld FriterNog club Will entertain husbands at 630 o clock at the Colonial lanJmg P T A Mass singing History of Marionettes Carl Weight Council report Mrs S A Grow Business meeting and social hour iree Merry Quarters ner at lh Glenn E Blythe Musical program Mrs c I Mra L s SALE CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT Pay by Month YOU Gas Electric FOR BETTER APPLIANCES rTwMTa AlClllS rs j w LorenZ Mla Brown Mfsaes Be u lali Randolph TWO MARBtAGES AT COULTEH COULTER Jan Two weddings took in Coulter last week Thomas Johanaen prominent young business man here was married to Miss Anna Petcreen The Rev r R Hassmussen performed the ceremony in the Danish Lutheran church SUss Bernlco Bodemoyer daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Kortemeyer ind Allan Powers of Hampton an nounced their mnrriago which took place during the week NEIGHBOR CUJB A meeting of tho Royal Neighbor club will be heltl Thursday afternoon i at oclock In Eagles hall The committee consists of Mrs Will Grleb llnff Mrs A W Kitlo Mrs Afary hcllo Schmllz Mrs Malta foster Mrs A O Lund Mrs Nellie Murray Mrs C F Ttankln and Mrs L G Bird SOCIAL CIRCLE CLUB Members of tho Social Circle club held their postponed Christmas party Tuesday at the DamonIgou ten gar den A gift was at each persons place ST RITAS CLUB St Ritas club met Tuesday evening at the Holy Family school auditorium Following tho mcetng division five entertained at a January party Hearts were played Yea thero lias been mention of Unc Henry Vallnccs sriindson for secrc I lory of agriculture but so far nobody has stopped to Marslialltown TlmesBepubJJcan cfcly Afd so Will meet in church parlors with llostess Mrs L s Atkinson 502 North Monroe avenue at 1 1 iunheon ocv San Souci Hostess Mre R TV 32 Winth street northwest at I oclock luncheon n auxiliary Wilt meet nt oclock In tho P 3 B nuiUtorlum B P W club Will have noonday luncheon at T W C A downstairs club rooms Thursday Luncheon Bridge club Will meet at the DamonIgou tea garflen for 1 oclock luncheon Novel club Hostess Miss Martha Mickey 504 North Jefferson avenue DLDRIDGRSTOlvT Homer S Stout and Mrs Mildred Fay Eldrldse both of Aredalo wore married here Tuesday by the Rev T F Boeye pastor of tho First Metho dist church Girls Tell This to Your Skinny Friend Tell him that tho quick easy way to put pounds of solid flesh on hts bones is to tako McCoys Tablets t tbat hclpinB him to ook like a real man McCoys will mnltc him strong and vigorous Miss Alberta Rogers was thinshe gained 15 pounds In six weeks McCoy takes ail tho this ironclad guarantee If after taking 4 I sixty cent boxesof McCoys Tablets or 3 Ono Dollar boxes any thin under weight man or woman doesnt gain at least 5 pounds and feel completely satisfied with the marked Improve ment in money will be returned Just ask for McCoys Tablets at any drug store In America By MME L1SBKTH JHIS is the bargain time In coat lana Many a thrifty woman waits until after tho Christmas holidays to buy her winter wrap hoping that she may get a btter coat for less money than she would have mid early In the season This type of coat is a good buy at any season ot this year It is a camels hair clotli model in brown check design trimmed vtth beaver collar and cuffs G A A to Sponsor High SchoolJunior College Dance Hera i The Girls Athletic association will sponsor a danco for high school an4 lunlor college students to be given n the school gymnasium Friday even line after tho basketball game Mar eraret Goodman Is In charge of tlio affair Tickets may be purchased ei ther at the door or In advance fron G A A cabinet members Arrange ments are being made for the large crowd PLEASANT RIDGE CLUB Hostess for Pleasant Ridge club Fri day evening will bo Mrs Elsa Stevens Conundrums will he given in response to roll call and this will bo followed bv mass singing Alta Woodward wlil read Ignore Cahlll will furnish music Mrs Rugg will give a paper Earl Oean music and Mrs Robert PcdeltT GLENVILLE Minn Jan Miss Maxine Cottrell only daughter HraF HCottrell and bert Lelghty son of Mr and Mrs H Lsighty W6re married Saturday Church treasurer short1 Perhaps it wasnt just a coincidence that Judas carded tho Review ECZEMA VANISHES WHEN SAFE ZEMO IS USED Such torturing skin troubles as czema blemishes and Itching rash anish when Zemo ia applied In 20 ears It has seldom failed to brins in the most stubborn 1IS remartabo antiseptic liquid quickly clears the skin It ef fectively removes dandruff Results obtained with Zemo will delight yon It Is odorless and invisible All druc gists 35c 60c JlOO ii ONCE MORE WQ call your attention to this great merchandising event of 1939 It Is a selling campaign of our Coats Dresses and Ha of this COATS YES THESE COATS are just the kind that you have been wanting Made of very good materials beautifully trimmed and well lined Lund berg quality coats reduced to High Grade Coats to THURSDAY SPECIAL BEEF S Save Big Money Shop Here
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