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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Xlj MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTfl MONDAY FEB 4 1929 WOMANS CLUBfTO SERVE ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP TEA Mrs Parker Will Lecture Wednesday Nominating Committee to Be Elected at Board I Meeting Tuesday A BUSY week confronts the mem bers of the various departments of tlte Womans club whose cal endar lias listed four meetings in tlirte flays the board meeting the book re view luncheon the general meeting and the nhiposophy department Of greatest interest no doubt is the general meeting which is to be held in tha First Methodist church auditori um Wednesday Feb 6 at 2 oclock when Cornelia Stratton Parker wil lecture on the subject Fitting inl tho 1320s Mrs Parker is a dlstin Euished essayist ana novelist whos worldwide reputation as one th keenest observers among Amerlcar women on Boejal political and econ omic conditions place her In the fore rcoat rank among authors and leotur ers Intelligently Sympathetic Insatiably curious about all places all peoples and a things and intelli gently sympathetic with aJl condi tlons Mrs Parker haa lived the live whereof she speaks and writes When PHONE IN EITHER NEW RESERVATIONS OR YOUR REGRETS In keeping with the usual torn It is requested that all who expect to attend the book review luncheon Wednesday noon at tho Y W C A and are not listed on the book ot Miss Leone McGhee cafeteria director please phone in their reservations This does not apply to those who have had their reservations listed at some former time Regrets should ha phoned in also to Miss McGhee between 1 and 5 oclock Tuesday afternoon as usual Her number is 477 Flu Wanes But Authorities Fear New Wave As in 1918 Public health officials how report a decline in tha number of new flu cases They urge everybody however to keep on taking precautions agains colds tor fear of a second and more severe flu wave as In 1918 One of tha peculiarities of influenza Is that its toxins leave the digestive system upset Constant dosing for the colds which come BO frequently after a fluattack still further dts turbs the digestion and lessens the appetite Just when the body needs nourishment more than ever Vicks VapoRub IB especially valu able here because it Is applied ertern ally and ao can be used freely at the first sign 01 every cold with no risk of upsetting a delicate digestion Just rub it on the throat and chest at bed time It with a Seney Quality Diamond Best values and up setting out to discover the life of tha factory girl while studying the con ditions of tho working woman she made herself over In dress speech and so far as possible In interest and ideas Into an ordinary unskilled worker These labors took her into a whole sale dress loft a candy factory a laundry a hotel kitchena brass foun dry and a bleacliery The result was asympathetic study of conditions af fecting the woman in industry which she WOVB into story of ono of her books Working with the Working Woman WUI Serve Tel Following tha lecture Wednesday af ternopn a membership tea will be Farved1 especially lor the new mem bers of the club It wag announced b Mrs A B Adams hospitality chair man This Is the annual membership tea ierved In welcome to the new me bers of the club which was postponed from the scheduled date of Jan 8 The book review department of the Womans club has as Its offering Wednesday noori Mre B F Gabbert assistant at the public library who will review four novels chosen for their timeliness These reviews will be especially Interesting Luncheon will be served at oclock preced the speaker Womans Club General Meetings Are in Church Discuss Francis Bacon Mrs R P CloUgh chairman of the ihiloeophy department has announc id that at the meeting which will be leld at the Y W C A Thursday rxomlngr at 10 oclock Mrs C M rranchera and Mrs Gaorgo Hohlf will ead thA discussion on Francis Bacon Election of the nominating commit ee will ba tha principal Item of busi ess to be taken care of at the board nesting which has been scheduled for Tuesday afternoon as Imourited fey the prtsiaent Itrt Wil liam Hatbom Other matters will up for discussion also FOR several years now the First Methodist church has been the meeting place for the general programs the Mason City Womans club and it Is here that tiie February meeting Wednesday will bo held Cornelia Strat ton Parker wiU openk on Filling Into the 1920s The meeting will begin at 2 oclock as usual orid the annual membership tea will be served after the lecture to welcome the new members into the club There are 5B new members making a total membership to date of 733 according to Mrs Archie Peterson chairman who adds that the dues are now due and will soon become delinquent A general invitation has been extended the women of the community to join the club at this meeting Wednesday DEPENDABLE CLEANEBS Nowadays to be perfectly groomed is allimportant and fastidious tell you that charming clothes are essential to Chic Many of Mason Citys women are keep ing their clothes lovely by sending them to the ModelUnique Issue Dozen Licenses in Floyd County Office for Month of January Following is a list of the marriage licenses Issued in Floyd county during the month ot Leander J Merfeld Marble Rocfc and Gtla Gail Garber Marble Rock Wayne Pole Stuart and Velma Irept Gray Charles City Frank Tyler Osage and Clara Lorena Cummings Osage Arthur Nile Green Mirneap ills Minn and Cleo Gall Jeffries Osage Paul Bcasley Orleans Ind and Norma Monroe Charles City John Clarrldge Charles City and Calhoun Charles City Gleij Miller Mason City and MolKe Brhart Madon City RobertLelghty GJenvllle lnn and Maxlne Cottrell Glenvllle hristopher Schage Bremer county and Ellen Frascht Floyd Bernard itom Baldwin Charles City and Audrey Arllween Scultz Marble Rock Boltes KirJa and Anna Mae Rodamaker Bt Charles William Lester Champion Osage and Mabel Marie Shaw Floyd MATHEISOBHIEN WHITTEMORE Feb mar riage of Miss Clara Mathefs to Ber nard OBrieji took place Monday morn ngr at Bancroft In St Johns Cath llc church Father FIsch officiating Rosella Matliels a sister of the bride nd Edmund OBrien a brother of the rlrtegroom attended the couple The bride wore a gown of white atin faced crepe with a wreath and ell and carried a shower bonquet of oses Mrs OBrien Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Mathelg of Bancroft Hr OBrien Is a son of Mr and Mrs ames OBrien prominent Whlttemore armers A wedding dinner was served at the lome of the brides parents to immed ate relatives and a tew friends After a wedding trip the young souple will be at home on a farm north of Whittemore Mr and Mrs Timothy OBrien of Lawler wero here to attend the marriage CLEAN At 104 South1 Federal Mason City GIRLS TELL THIS TO YOUR SKINNY FRIEND Tell him that thequick easy way to put pounds of solid flesh on his bone is to hike AfcCoys Tablets Tell him that besides helpig him ti look like a real man McCoys wll mnko him strong anil vigorous Miss Alberta Rogers was gained 15 pounds In six weeks afcCoy takes all the thi ironclad guarantee If after taking sixty cent lioxes of McCoys Tablets o Ono Dollar tioxes any thin under weight or woman doesnt gain n least 5 pounds and feel completel satisfied with the marked improvi ment fh money will b returned Just ask for McCoys Tablets at any drug store In America Got an Old Cleaner Well rACUUM CLVANVR timm HOTM Phone Today For Trial Only Down fit mi re Drapery Shop Balance Monthly M 33 1st St S E Phone 715 TUESDAY Boy Flrat Presbyterian church at oclock All committeemen to be present V C T U Parliamentary drill Will meet in Queen Esther room First Methodist church at oclock Todays Bridge Hostess Mrs L A Maricle at Rlleys cottage 227 Fourth street northwest at oclock rlscilla Hostess Mrs Henry Smith 630 South Maryland avenue j I A R I Hostess Mrs D L Mills 1002 Sec ond street northwest for 1 oclock luncnepn I Bi6ctaKr Hostess Mrs Ansel Wolf 511 Four teenth street northwest Vaianye Will meet for oclock luncheon at the Hanford 3Io Hostess Mrs H Xi Knesel 120 Fourth street northwest Nicaragua Salvador Honduras Qualamale Miss Cora Sundell T i Will have oclock dinner at the T W C A i onions club Meets In the public library orthuestern Womens Meets at P G and E auditorium ons of Veterans Will meet at T W C A at S oclock an 1 oclock luncheon at homo of Mrs Jack Kohl Tuesday Bridge Meets for 1 oclock luncheon at DamonIgou Tea Garden VI Hostess Mrs Charles Armentroul SCHEEFRKDEKER VOWSSAID SUNDAY Miss Katherine Scheef daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Scheet of Twelfth street northeast became the brideof John Hedeker of this city at oclock Sunday afternoon The wedding took place at the home of the brides parents with the Rev P W Pfaltzgraff of Grace Evangell ca church officiating The double ring ceremony was ueed with Miss Betty Elaine Scheef nice of the bridq as ring bearer Tlie at temlants the couple wero Mis Francis Lawrence and Arthur Scheef The nuptial jnusic was furnished by Miss Ruth Moravcc Only tho Immediate relatives ot the bridal couple were present Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served The couple will be at home In a new bungalow on North Georgia avenue Miss Schultz Attains Rank of Examiner Card Transferred From East Red Cross Area to Midwest The Cerro Gordo county chapter of tbo American Jed Cross has been noti fied tliat Miss Stephanlo Schultz who has recently becomeinstructor in physical education for theIT M C A at Mason City has announced her In tention to conduct work In life saving at the pool to seniors juniors swim mers and beginners according to the plan of the Red Cross LifeSaving corps Mies Schultz had attained the rank of examiner in the work she did in the eastern area of tho National Red Cross and upon the request of the local chapter her card wag trans ferred to the midwest area ot which this state Is a part The Red Cross urges every woman and girl to take advantage ot learn ing ito swim during these winter months and If possible to learn to for two in case of necessity These 51 junior girls and 71 senior girls and women who have already passed the Red Cross test during the past seven years In which the Y W C A and tho Red Cross chapter have been cooperating are urged to take advantage of tho winter months to review their work and so be entitled to wear the emblem on their swim ming sutts Thru the courtesy of Miss Esther Baker the general secretary and the Y W C A board Miss Schultz will conduct a junior life saving class on Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 5 oclock and a class for seniors from 0 to 10 oclock on Thursday evening Thero will be no charge for this life saving Instruction during these two hours as Mlas Schultz cerves the Red Cross during that period as a volunteer in structor just as the first aid Instruc tors do When the girls have reviewed their work tho reexamlnatlong wlu jje held as formerly with two examiners and a chapter representatlvo present so that the same standard of efficiency may be maintained as in former years All those who have passed the test within the year however are entitled i o wear their emblems at all times vithout an examination Demonstra1 Ions will be given as soon us Miss Ichultz has time to arrange for them I nd the technique ot those part ias been reviewed Nora Springs Woman Is Elected Head of Brownies NORA SPRINGS Feb Lafe Hill wife of Representative Hill was elected president of the Brownies at its initial meeting of this legislative session at Des Jlofnes This organiza tion Is composed of the wives of tho legislators residing at tho Brown hotel Delphian Society to Meet at Chamber of Commrece Because of the Womans club meet ing Wednesday afternoon the Delph ian society AIpo chapter will meet at the chamber of commerce at 1 oclock Wednesday instead of oclock at the public library j WILSON CJIOOk MEETING The Woodrow Wilson Child Study Circle will meet Thursday afternoon for its regular session DOR POSTPONED The B O E of the Trinity Luth gran church which was to met Monday hu been pcxtported until Monday Feb 18 It baa been nounced taking a to Sponsor Dance at Armory Feb 12 The Hawkeye Lodge number 1216 a oca in the International Association f Machinists comprising the force of he Chicago Milwaukee St Paul and aciflc railroad shops of Mason City give its fourth annual dance at he armory on Tuesday Feb 12 Tho committee in charge of the lance this year is headed by Jess Sathewman chairman Joe Fiala pu illclty Paul Hurley and John Tobln nusto and entertainment and Thomas freestone tickets and gate receipts There is also an advisory committee appointed to provide for the complete iatlsfaction of the patrons of the dance This commutes consists of John McGraw chairman William Conklln ai waiiam Smith Paul Hurley has announced that he las been able to procure Lloyd Wells and his well known 10 piece band to play for tho occasion This band will come here from Waterloo where the members are well known as first class union musicians The feature this year will be the working out ot a civil war sketch by the orchestra mingling of the old fa miliar civil war day tunes with the new This will be done because the night selected for the dance will be on the birth anniversary of Abraham Lincoln FT certainly keep you guessing No GUESSWORK however when you bake a small pic because you can tell when its done And theres no guesswork when Hills Bros roast their coffee A few pounds at a time by a continuous process roasts every berry evenly and de velops the utmost in flavor No other coffee tastes like Hills Bros for none is roasted the same way HILLS BROS COFFEE Fresk from Ike ifful vacuum Easily opened with the Key O1929 Ulft U FINAL CLEANUP Of All Short Lots and Broken Assortments Drastic Reductions to Clear Stocks 011 Hats All remaining stocks hats in felts and silks reduced to clean up 25c 50e Silk aaid Wool Dresses A good seiection of silk and wool dresses to clear them off our offer them Winter Coats Regrouped and repriced for quick disposal Smartly fur trimmed Women and and few Uglier Pillow Cases Table Covers Towels Vanity Sets and Scarfs Choose now while the selection is 9c to 98c Girls Wash and Wool Dresses Dozens of smart wash dresses for girls Ages 3 to 14 Odd lots in wool 59c to HUCK FINN FISHING You Will See Him In Adventures of Buck Finn and Tom Sawyer to be presented at HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Wednesday Night Feb 13 By Jean Gros French Marionettes Scats 1 and 75c All scats reserved Order by malladdress Mrs J L Kline 04S North MasonCity Seats ore resevvcd aa tliey are received In the afternoon of Wednesday Feb 13 Tlin Land nf Oz will be presented especially for the children scats 2c Adults 73c Clip This Advertisement It Is Worth If Presented On Or Before v Saturday Evening Feb 9 Complying with popular demand this wonderful offer continues all this week This Coupon and entitles bearer to one regular indestruc tible Pearl Necklace equipped with beautiful bril liant set double safety clasp Mall Orders Promptly Filled Ada lOo to Cover Postage POSTER Drug Store 101 South Federal Mason City S Absolutely Guaranteed Indestructible Butler County Clerk Announces List of Marriages for January The followlne licenses were granted In the office of C L Schellenger clerk of the district court of Butler county during the month of January 1920 Dean R Fitz Rowan and Ida Car olina Ohlerklng Howan John J Nev enhoven Austlnvllle and Gesena TJa brinp Dumont Thomas Elmer Deer Ing Delwein and Elizabeth Paulino Slefkes Clarksvllle Albert Schoene1 man Apllngton and Katy Bermce Frerichs ApHngton Herman Roden beck Greene and Anna Ann Dirks Greene Ruba Miller Dumont and Dena Rennlnn Dumont Carl Mark Heinz Marble Rock and Christina Kramer Greene Roynl Arthur Hart Shell Rock and Helen L Wilson Shell Rock PHARNKSROBERTS HARIUAGE ANNOUNCED Word has been received of the se cret marriage of Arnold W Phnrned son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Pharnes IS7 North Madison avenue nnd Maudle M IZobcrls of Leonard N Dak which took place at Moorhead Minn Dee 22 1023 They nra rcnld inc at FirffO N Dnk where Mr Pharnes Is conected with the RigES Optical company He was formerly a student at the local lilRh school and was employed by the Merry Optical company here WTLSOX1TART AREDALE Feb Helen Wilson and Royal Hart were married I nt Shell Rock Thursday They will I live on a farm nnar Shell Hock SvfrH I Ilnrt Is the nnly daughter nf Mr and ClMra Pctp WJJsoii of this glace OCCASIONS mot to put poesy poet Into your message It has been said that the pen is mightier than the sword It might as truly be said that flowers are more significant than words On particular oc casions especially many people find the committal of a delicate message on paper perplexing cumber some and inadequate Flowers are so much more expressive Love Respect Sympathy Flowers express them all adequately and poetically Phone 55 HERMAN M KNUDSON Prop 1205 So Federal   

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