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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTR FRIDAY JAN 2S Child Study Circle Meet for Adoption Mrs Bappe Elected Head o Newly Formed Or ganization A group ot mothers met Thursday nftcrnoon at oclock at tho War ren G Harding school tor the purpose organizing A Child Study circle under tho auspices of tho JIardlns ParentTeachers association Mrs S M JVIcKce president of the T A presided at the meeting Bylaws were drawn up am adopted by tho circle and the following offi cers were elected Chairman Mrs B K Banpc secretary and treasurer Mrs E M Ferleman The newly organized circle decided to meet tho first Thursday of each school month at 2 p m at tho Hard ins school Sylvia Goodby mother Wait a minute dear Heass sign the visitors book before you go Life And are the Diafnonds at Seneys and up GAAandHiTri Girls Plan Sliding Party for Saturday O A A ana HiTri girls are join ng forces In a sliding party to be held Saturday afternoon Tho girls are to meet it p m at the high school building from where bobs will convey them to Taylor hill Thero a pro gram of sliding snowballing and ski ing will be in order Following this o hamburger lunch will be served at the W C A Any member of G A A IliTrl or ollogo Y may attend this party Those wishing to attend are to sign in with Miss Platt in tho girls gym office Each guest is to brlnjr 15 cents for tho lunch and a stick Cor tlio flio vhich will be built nt Taylor hill Chaperons for tho party will be Miss heresa Holt and Miss Helen Plait COMMITTEE MEETS Mrs J C Unilenvood Mrs Nell rusla and tho Dev A C Stowo pro Eiiim committee for the Tenth Legion Sunday meeting February 10 met in ho parlors of tho Church of Christ Thursday afternooft whera a program vna drawn up for the special meeting Tins will be announced later PROGRAM POSTPONED The East Side Presbyterian primary epartment program whleh was to avs taken place Friday evening has een postponed it was announced Friday Caricatures Are Feature of Meeting About 200 Girls Take Part in Booster Banquet and Program CUSTOMARY with tho usual spirit that characterizes all of tho so cial functions sponsored by girls clubs at the Y W C A tho boost er meeting held in tho gymnaaium ol tho building Thursday night displayed commendable response by tho attend ance of nearly 200 girls Clever and witty stunts ana club songs and charting of plans for tijo coming year by respective secretaries madeup the program for the cvenm following a tray supper In placo ot the Rusty Kings quar tet part of which was snowbound music was furnished by Dr H Kunz tenor and Fred B Shaffer pi MacDowell Program Is Set for Matinee Musicals WQRKTFQR COMING YEA Mrs H C Johnson Hostess Various services kind you wish Ideal American Gives You the Utmost in LAUNDRY Satisfaction Finest quality we return your wash spotlessly clean Carefulness every article is washed with exactingcare is returned choose whatever Its Phone 22 to ClubGathering at Her Home Mrs C L Elliott and Jirs J B MaeGregor are In charge of the Ed ward McDowell program at the Mati nea Musicalo which will he hed at tho homo of Mrs Harold C Johnson 805 South Carolina avenue Tuesday after noon Jan 29 Tho program has been announced as follows Witches Dance Mrs Earl Dean The Pansy The Myrtle The Blue Bell Mrs Clarencs Elliot Scotch Poem Mrs Sanders My Jean A Maid Sings Light Ruth Stevens Romance Mrs Harlan MacMlllan Novelette VIrs Frank Pearce Tho Robin Sings n the AppleTree Midsummer Lulla by Tho Sea Mrs W L Bennett Trio a Wild Rose GilmanHyndsEIIi AD M A Song Nautilus Hftth ano and accordion After repeated In An Old Love story By latent encores tho program proceeded Smouldering Embers Mrs j B Man with club songs by each group of Y Gresor An Old Garden From a Lo glrls Cabin Mrs Holahan Brutal Humor of Films Outlet for Childs Desire For Revenge on Adults By ALICE JUDSON PEALE The movies have been blamed for a good deal They are said to stlmu WEDDING BELLS WIN Mailo Hit The featura of the entertainment was no doubt tho portrait gallery where each secretary was subjected to a bur lesque effect Theso fragile childhood Miss Martha Molt girls secretary In a dazed attitude at ee j taken from a coquettish angle imt Miss Esther Baker Time will never changer some appearances arc unmis jtakeably the same These portrai were read by Miss Ent VV11 holm Miss Baker presided during short talks by each secretary IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY BE AN IDEAL AMERICAN CUSTOMER the plaining her efforts toward furthering the happiness and welfare of the in her charge Providing accojumo clatlons for 35 g rls to compare with the freedom and comfort of home life was the theme of Mrs Eastons talk A financial review was presented by Miss Laura Kern bookkeeper in charge or the campaign fund Pros pects for a remunerate year wero 50oil she said A full program tho coming months was outlined ly Miss Holt for her classes of Girl Re 3rvejs and HJTrl Kitchen Chorus Perform A great deal which s n av r Montgomery and distastefully suggestive to aplaln ot tlle hous8 of representa dult scarcely touches the childs S WM obtaillea to officiate at the ceremony In Washington Leone McGhee capturing the i the shortest speech allowed Hu j Goad response the supper and t e Chorus to speak for her Clad In these darker aspects of human be havior are not tho most impressive ones ister tha adult scarcely touches the childs consciousness Tiie vast majority ot children pre ferred the comedy and adventure g IllrT15 particularly the wild west irln j etnries These preferences may bo r nor edifying but what the child takes from them probably aoes him no harm very likely It does him good since It gives him so much pleasure What a joy It must be to an audi ence of children dominated by a world grownups to see various Important persons whacked tripped up be smeared with the well known custard Pie or dropped Into the over present ruin barrel The brutal humor of tht films la a fine outlet for the uncon scious cruelty ot children and a splen did vicarious revenue of the adults JIIss Mary TYances Barkley daugh ter of Senator and Mrs Alben Bark ley of Kentucky and brldo of Jtax OPell Trultt Columbia Mo The 1ev Dr James Sliera Montgomery Shock Proves Fatal DAVENPORT Jan 25 Mrs Fritz Bohnsack d Iscovered 3 small fire nmong some rags in the kitchen of her homo hero today she became so excited that she fell dead from heart attack M E League Mardi Gras Monday Eve Jovial Classification of Booths Promises a Merry Time A Mardi Gras entertainment under tho auspices of tho combined young peoples organizations tho Asbury and Wesley leagues is scheduled for oclock Monday evening at the First Methodist church This will ha given under th9 supervision of Miss Marguerite Leutenegger young peo ples worker in tho church The ad mission is free i Merriment Is promised as the chief ingredient of each booth among j will be a Better Baby booth demon strating bigger and better babies a Palace of Wonders an art gallery and a beauty booth while toutcomedy acts and a side show will add to the hilarity The ico cream parlor tho not dog ana coffco stand and the candy stands will bo at hand for the Hungry A seesaw and fishpond have their places at tho Mardi Gras ami Miss Eva Willoy registered palmist has been obtained for reading The church orchestra will furnish the necessary music for the occasion to which all church members and tho general public havo been Invited Clarion Young Folk Give Shower Marriages Play Prominent Part CLARION Jan miscellan eous shower and social evening was held at the C P McVlcker home AVcJ lesday evening in honor of Mrs Mar in Olson of Mason City formerly Ruth McVicker The hostesses for ho evening were Mrs McVicker Mrs Ernest Sharp and Miss Faye Jenison The evening was spent In ploying rldgo and dancing after which many itts were presented to Mrs Olson U the close the evening refresh ments wera served to about 20 guests Program at Hampton HAMPTON Jan 25The Odd Fel low lodge will holcTa social evening and covered dish supper Friday eve ning Jan 25 The picnic lunch will be held at p m and a program will be given after which dancing will occupy bo evening NEW LOCATION Horace S Beemer D D SPECIALIST XRay and Extraction of Tectj Orer J C Penney Company lATISPACTION WITH who make them behave nicely from IN TOUR 1C HI Without obligation or expense to you we will arrange to bring this sensational RCA Radiola 18 out to your home for a private demonstra time you say Wed like you to hear it bring in a big pro gram We want you to see also how simply it plugs in on the electric light circuit and tunes in with the twist of a sinele knob Send in the coupon setting your own date Or if you wish well suggest a date will let you en joy a big sports event political meet musical enter tainment you prefer CCA MUSIC CO Tear vttt and mail TODAY Voo m7 unaie a of RCA lUdloU la mr horat oo ihjj due Ttl me iid on tho program Only a week in the city Mlbs cliultz has already proved her popu larity and after announcing her schedule conducted a group of junior Tm girls thru a set of exercises The midget demonstration by HI Tri overallclad girls singing anddaic ng to accompaniment by Jean Ballan yne characterization by the Wa TanYes of Under tho Spreading Chestnut Tree to guitar accomnari ment played by Alma Thompson and Sliding Down tho Cellar Door by he T N Ts were among the stunts resented Swimming tickets and lass schedules were arranged aftur ha program Miss Gill Won In the sale of tickets for the Booster supper Miss Mary Gill won with her sale of 71 while Miss Marvyl Cum mins sold 65 A large number ot ad ditlohal tickets were sold thru the of fice and cafeteria Clubs who took part were Girl Re serves HiTrl B P W VVaTanYe Tusalata T N T and a large sec tion was reserved for miscellaneous for thosa girls who do not belong to any certain group CLERKSCARTERS OF POSTOFFICE 1TAYS PROGRESSIVE CRIBUAG12 The ClerkCarrier organizations of tho nostofffco enjoyed n progressive party in crlbbago at the Chamber of Commerce roomg Thursday evening prize was won by Holand Bruner the booby prize by Elmer Bublltr was served at tli close of tho evening Who Is Your Skinny Friend Ethel ufSy7ook ioi man and havc fenty of solid flesh on his scantily covered bones to get McCoys Tablets today McCoy takes all the tills ironclad guarantee If aft sixty cent boxes 2 One Dolla weight man completelysat feilfh VB marked mprovemcnt in money will be returned drug store In Amerlcn a c s a 6nv The adventuio films carries tho child thru a wide range of brave and thrilling experiences without danger to Ills person or his morals Tho Intel ligent Imaginative child may derlvo even from a poor picture much that Is essentially beautiful As an escape from unhapplness as nn outlet for Instinctive savagery as in aesthetic and imaginative experij ence the movies havo their place The danger lies In allowing them to become a substitute for actual effort and activity ana a means of avoiding situations which sooner or later the child must learn to face The remedy for nn excessive inter est In tho movies lies In helping the child to develop more satisfactions in his workaday work NEW OFICI5US CHOSEN FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS Holding Its first meeting of the new year the Tuckabachee Sunday school class ot the Methodist church met in the Queen Esther room Thursday af ternoon and elected officers for the coming year as follows Mrs Roy DeSart president Mrs W B Pedelty vce president Mrs Roy Burnham secretary Mrs Alt treasurer ana Mrs B J Cardeysocial secretary Luncheon was served by Mrs Fred Tubbeslnff Mrs Duke Mrs Harry Barker and Mrs W R WIIcox KLEAVELANDKINNEAR A wcrtdlnwhich jcen milch oC a secret to Clarion folhs ws that of Miss Olevinn Kleavcland of Jewell to JK Klnncar of Clarion on Dec 7 at Jewell Mr Kinnear who has been In charge of the Standard Oil JJUsiness In Clarion for several months Is a native of Scotland but has been m this country about six years most oE which time he has made his home at Jewell until assuming charge of the Clarion station KInnaar la a former student or Frances Shlmer school at Mt Carroll 111 and ot the University of Iowa The young couple Is now making Us it at the Ilickoc Real Bargains in WINTER COATS Fur Trimmed Coats Selling atj Less Than Wholesale Cost I and better you have been waiting for a bargain in a winter coat thi Is the time to stop waiting 5 Of smart broadcloth sueqle and mixtures lined attractive ly and warmly interlined fos bitter cold weatherajf Ttvl elabprately fur trimmed Imagine buying a coat with shawl collar and smar S5 beautiful and fin isnen at these low prices Silk Dresses at CleanUp Prices Priced at a fraction of their value Get your share of these dresses before they are all gone Siiarantee If after taklns 4 Cltrlo boxes of McCoys Tablets or boxeg any thin underI rL i an or woman doesnt gain ot Ii unds and feel mmniatni Cation BANISH THAT EXTRA FAT but by u fat That is embodied in Marmola i taSTSS them for 20 yearsmilUons of boxes of them So now von can we on every nwthod New beautv new health hew vitality U them Mm 7 to n fWbaxoi Marmola tells you the formula also the reasons for all it does You will have no fear of harnx Get ntodWod watch the ieults Learn how much it means to you in ways Do this for Ihow I MEIERBIRDSALL p a complete surprise to rlondg was the announcement marriage of Ethel Meier to s Blrdsall cashier of the First Rational bankThe event took place Saturday Jan J9 at hom9 brides sister Mrs R K Alderman at Lincoln ark Arms an apartment ho tel In Chicago Mr and Mrs Blrdsall will be at homo to their many friends after June 1 in Mr Birdcalls bungalow on Sec ond avenue northeast In Clarion For tho present the young couple will re sldo in tho rosldenco of the brMe groom 3 mother Mrs Belle Blrdsall who contemplates a winter sojourn in LICENSE ISSUED marriage Ucense was Issued to Edna Mae Nelson Clear Lake Latimer Teacher Better LATIMBR Jan 2iWayno P nnd Shh duties nfter bolni absent for a short Ot th a v e back after having been absent on ac count of chicken pox HEALTHY These cold confining days necessitates one be ing cooped up inside and in many instances the space is quite confining especially at some of our larger gatherings Every one knows the influence such a condition has over ones health and health means everything Our service is not merely a rebeautifying service Garments cleaned and pressed by the KLASSY KLEANERS process are thoroughly sterilized and germs do not readily breed in clean garments PHONE 495 We Know The Game SMITHS KLASSY KLEANERS OF PURE VrTA cott mvon s Peasant to take and digest Soitt Blcomficld H j Jean Gros French Marionettes Briln to Children nnd Delightful Entertainment for Adulls High School Auditorium Wednesday February 13 AMernoon Tho Lnnd of Oz Especially for children Night Adventures of Huckleberry Finn For nnd old PRESENTED BY WOMENS CLUB   

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