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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                ULOBEGAZETTtt FRIDAY JAN IBM ART DEPARTMENTBRINGSSOAP SCULPTURE DISPLAY HERE i J Inff ha3 of great value In de I VlOClGlS DOUG appreciation and un VERSATILE NFCITnFF A I I wfcujbbb vvomarLs LIUD Historv SOTTAT cHWw trJ Models Done in Soap Are in Exhibit High School Classes to Have First View in Library Assembly AN art exhibit is being arranged in the public library assembly room by the art department of the Womans club It is sculptures oono from soap This material is being used extensively thruout thecountry by art students in tho molding ot fig ures and tho art classes In the high school here aro working with It Itussel Diertz of tho local high school art department assisted in tho unpacking of tlie small ycultpuro ex hibit and the art classes of tlio high school are to havo the first view of the display says Miss Lydia Margaret TSarrette chairman of the tjeparlment Mrs Harriet Craljb instructor of art in the high chool here Is much inter ested m the exhibit and is quite en thusiastic about the value o the pieces shown Alfred George Felikan director ot the Milwaukeo art institute says Tho medium of white soap for carv has proved of great value In de veloping a better appreciation and derstandlns as to the significance ot tlie plastic arts Thousands of boys and girls all over tho couhtry havo enthused and thrilledover their imag inative creations in threo dimensions You aro to be commended in sponsor ing this democratic art which has hrot hapnjness to many and has inspired tho more talented to enter tho art field Other notable directors in art insti tutes have given their Indorsement to tho use of soap in scultpure work The art department of tlie Womans club will meet Tuesday afternoon Jan 29 at oclock Miss Barretto an nounces at which time the display will be viewed and a program given Miss Padden Plays at Tusalata Club Dinner Miss Nellie Padden violinist accom panied by Mrs n E Patlon on the piano played for the Tusalata club Thursday evening at the dinner meet ing at the T W C A Suite No 3 In G by Franz Rlet Op 34 and Medlta tatioii by Thais were the numbers given Miss Stephanie Schultz now physician education secretaryat tho Y W C A outlines her plans for work Plans were mado for tho big Y W booster banquet to be held Thursday at the Y W C A Just Like New thats what wom en say about their Blankets when re turned from the Ideal American NOW This great Laundry has new Blanket Washing and Drying equipment the latest manufactured Ideal American is the only Laundry in north Iowa with such equipment and only one offering this better service Now your Blankets are returned like new clean soft fleecy and fluffy And besides the Idea American guarantees not to shrink them a fraction of an inch Its rcaMy wonderful service No matter how expensive your Blankets are you need not hesitata to send them to the Ideal American ITS PHONE 22 IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY BE AN IDEAL AMERICAN CUSTOMER Corner Wnsliington ana First Street Fanny Erice sings Mv My Man fren picture My Man 21168 No 21815 10ineh ORCHESTRA ln 10Inch My Inspiration X Trot With Vocal Refrain MUSIC CO Radios Exclusive Victor Dealers Steinway anil Cable Mndo 1lanos Conn Buna Instruments New Orthophonic Womans Club History Group Compiles Book ime Tc Mrs Adams Is Chairman State Committee for Contest STATE CHAIRMAN By MME LISBETH HE most versatile ot the negligees may be worn as an evening wrap when milady goes out o nights It must he a particular kind ot negligee of course a sort of Brando damo in the society ot more frivolous lounging gowns Pictured is such a robe made ot metallic brocade bordered with lame and lined with crepo satin Stylo Whimsies The tuckin blouse with tlie short Jacket suit wears its collar outside the Jacket when worn by the junior miss Silver threads are woven in some ot tho lighter lacea There ia n de cided demand for heavier lacea some which from a Paris houso have lislit tulle grounds with heavy motifs Short evening wraps aro coming into vogue And women wiio wear lone wraps hold them about them K is to eivc the effect of Khortiirss Ti makes a better silhouolto with tho uneven hemline HERE is a committee tlie Wo mans dull that lias been quietly work siuco the club year started last April and soon the fruit Its toll will bo realized for In April the contest among the slato federated clubs roitho best scrap book will While the contest Is being spon sored directly by tlio press and pub licity department of the Iowa Fedoa tion or Womensclubs it will bo car ried on thru tho news service com mittee of which Mrs Asa A Adams ot this city is the stato chairman Mrs H s Wright West Union Is tho committed from this ds trict and upon completion tho Mason Cily club scrap book will bo sant to Mrs Wright to first competo for a district prize and if n is winner it will bo sent to Sioux City for exhibition at tho biennial convention in May At that tlmo prlzo winning books will sweep of the judged together and stakes prize awarded in each two classes Books ot towns ot 10000 or more will ba Judged in competition with each other and books of towns ot less than 30000 will bo judged In a class oy themselves Tlio committeefrom the Womans club has been filing tho clippings from tho GlobeGazette and any other bits of publicity that tho various de partments and committees have been having and they are to be nssembed pree rf y to Be Given Women and MRS A A ADAMS Y W Plans Big Booster Meeting Thursday at Y A Y W C A booster meeting will bo held Thursdaevening at tho as sociation bufldfng it is announced by Miss Esther Baker general secretary og the Y C A A 25 cent supper will bo served in tho gymnasium and the various secretaries will report ou their plans for the winter and spring months The Kusty Hinge quartet will sing and other music ana stunts will be provided by the girls clubs Tho T N T club Is In charge of the sale of supper tickets and tho Tusalata club members will servo as hostesses showing the newcomers tlie building Bliss Baker says tins meeting is open to anyone Interested in any phase ot Y W work While tho T N T club Is selling the tickets roseations may be mado with Miss Loona McGhee cafeteria di rector by calling 477 W C T U Big Membership Campaign With Mrs Wells Leader At the meeting ot tho VV c T U I Thursday afternoon Mrs G S VVolls 1 was appoincd chairman of the member ship campaign This campaign Is to run over a period of five months Plans for entertaining the men at a dinner during tlio coming month is being considered by tho union Mrs O L Allen director of flower missions and relief reported that 43 dozens of cookieswere sent by the local union to the soldiers at Fort Rlnggold Texas The organization observed the ninth anniversary of tho prohibition at this meeting Mrs Walter Sapher In a quiz on the Union signal spoke of the nine gifts that national constitutional prohibition should receive for tlio com Ing year namely Cooperation Iy states and municipalities observance by patriotic citizens support ot en forccmcnt officials education of youns and old on its principles honest re ports by the pressJustice by courts and juries adequate appropriations foi enforcement passage ot JonesStalker bill by congress and broadcasting pro hibitions benefits Sheriff c E Cress spoko and brot out tho thot of benefits prohibition has brot to the country OLeary Talks to Legion Auxiliary Sums Up Work Howard A OLeary commander ot tho ClausenWorden post American 1eglon talked at tho auxiliary meet ng Thursday afternoon In tlio P G and E auditorium Mr OLeary gave a summary of the Legion work of Its activities and problems and urged that a reserve fund be kept for n tlmo when It may be needed Committees reported of their work A meeting of Queen ncbckah lodge I will held in the I o O F hall at oclock Friday evening for regular lodgo work in the scrap book by the chairman nf Hie committee The contest closes April 33 Those on the committee are Mrs J Leonard Kline Mrs J J Hawthorne Mrs W R Webster Mrs D U Fits Patrick Mrs 13 A Nororo Mrs Ocorge Andrick Mrs c M Franchtre Mrs Georgo Senior Mrs J Curtis Amen Mrs Butler Talks to Mothers on Teaching PreSchool Children Mrs W P Butler was speaker at the Monroe Washington Preschool circle meetingThursday afternoon 5io gave a discussion on 1ou and our Cliitd Mrs Butler said that every paren s desirous of seeing devcio n an all around successful man o Parents must give ihem eal chance to do this especially tlir IB advantage of a good education pointed out Thru over fondness one often neglects to rear ones child properly silo said Heredity No Environment Give a child no matter how bad his heredity the benefit of an excel lent homo and the likelihood is that in after years he will become a decent useful citizen said Mrs Butler Give a child a bad home and up liringlns1 no matter how good hercd and ho wilt have poor chance of turning out well Desire has ruined many lives but It also stands as the most potent agency in malting lives successful said tho speaker Sho also slated that car In itself is not harmful but helpful It is a conserving agency of greater value an indispensable aid to the wise management of lite Feur Over Developed Fear may become over developed ind then It is transformed into a orce almost incredibly potent for harm Every ugly thing told the child every shock or fright given him may remain like a minute splinter in the flesh to torture him all his lite Tho larents who would really safeguard the health of their child will not sim ply avoid tho terrifying In their up bringing but will begin while tho child Is still an infant to cultivate In him that emotional control which alone will enable him to withstand the fearoccasioning experiences cer tain to befall him in lifes course Mrs Butler concluded Mrs TtA Rudnick opened the pro gram with a piano number Girls Friday Evening Women and girls may use the Y W C A pool Friday evening from 7 to S oclock free of charge They however must submit to a physical examination and this will be taken care ot free too A doctor will be at the pool to make examinations from oclock to oclock All those contemplating using the pool will have to hold a health certificate Swimming suits towels and soap will be furnished by thoassociation but each person must furnish her own rubber cap Announcement oC the schedule of swimming classes will bo made next week by Miss Stephanie Schultz new physical education secretary FRED PINNEKE DIED THURSDAY Came to America From Ger many 62 Ago Funeral Here Saturday Fred C Pinneke for 32 years ares dent of Cerro tiordo county died Thursday at his home 615 South Washington avenue after an llness ot several months Ho was born July 13 1354 in Gci many and cams to this country ago Surviving him are his wife wo dauehtera Mrs Frank Cole 514 First street northeast and Mrs Georga Lagette Loa Angeles Cal inrt six sons Charles 832 North Caro ina avenue Fred Jr Central Heights Henry filo South WashinB on avenue William SheffieldClar nce Clear Lake and Edwin Madison Funeral services will be held at ilurday afternoon at the Trinity vutheran church with the Rev O 1 yWlgdahl officiating Until then he body will lie In state at the Pat erson funeral home Burial will be nade at Manly the former home ou can tell a successful artist To s tho only one who can afford rirmlivo antiques that afford an lt losphwc of Uapicls The Modern Note In Wall Papers TITK INV1TK you to seo our new line of attractive Paper presenting a ho t of interesting and lantern dt slKns In the modern tiend Tho showing Includes Kome thlnpr for every room In the house Come in today WE SELL WESTERN WINDOW SHADES MANNING BROS Phone 930 Bust Slnto SATURDAY Womans club history Meeting is cancelled Junior Mission band of Imnuuiut Lutheran JIostcss Esther Kygien 240 Twen tieth street southeast at 2 oclock Degno club Hosts Mr and Mrs Ford Frlck 40954 North Federal avenue Browning Hostess Mrs E L Titus ot Rock well for dinner at the Y W C A Trinity Lutheran Girls club Will meet in church parlors at oclock with Misses Mavlne Carmen and Jola Dunton hostesses MBS HAWTHORNE SPEAKS AT ATHENIAN CLUB Mrs J JHawthorne was presented to tho members ofthe Athenian club Ihursday evening at tho meeting with Mrs 1 G Dunn She talked on some of her intimate experiences In China The program was In charge Miss Margaret Kelly CLUB Officers were elected at tlie meet ins ot the Royal Neighbor club Thursday afternoon Mrs Marybello Smith was named president Mrs Viva Gribben vice president Mrs S C Hlgloy secretary and and Mrs E W Slack reporter MYSTIC JUVENILES A party for the Mystic will be held at oclock Saturday afternoon at tho F TV C A FURCOATS Drastically Reduced WE 5 POSE M3y I wow THEPLACCToeO s FOtt SERVICE IFvYOU YOU NOT FEAR THAT YOUR DEUVSJV BE ON TIME WE WILL WAIT Upon You with polite speed The quali ty goods we sell you will be properly weighed Mrs 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