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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                six MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY FEB 6 29 IQWANS INDORSE WILD COLUMBINE FOR NATIONAL FLOWER Mrs O Abel Member of Committee Iowa Conservation Associa tion Distributing Pamph lets This Week KS OTHO ABEL 19 Fourth street northwest Is a member of the Iowa committee ot the Iowa Conservation association taking part in the nationwjde poll to select a national flower Other members of the Iowa committee are Miss Mary Bliss Iowa City Mrs A I Sondrol Clear Lake Mrs Edwin Johnson Fort Dodge and Mrs Elma Young Clarion Mrs Cyrus Wolt Hampton chair man the wild flower committee of the Iowa Conservation association lowans to take part in this poll which Is being conducted by the American Nature association of Wash ington D C Iowa Conservation association has been distributing bal lots In thft state during the last week ana the Iowa committee Is ing a thousand pamphlets In behalf of national 4 The committee Wolf aaid has Indorsed the wild columbine because no other nation has anything similar ilowera which have been consid ered include the rose phlox golden rod and aster Americanism Training ths kids for a higher station In life feeling Injured because they feel State Journal WITH THE WOMEN OF TODAY By MRS LILIAN CAMPBELL Miss Kachel jensa of the office of Indian affairs of tha department of the Interior at Washington D C is now In Arizona where she will make a census of the Fapago and Pima In dian tribes having reservations in that state Miss Jenss recently completed cen sus of the largest of the American tribes the Navajos residing chiefly in northern Arizona The stylish Paris manikin must be Blender to bonitiess with nary a dim ple or curve Thin and nervous seems to be the rule with both mani kins and customers Mrs Allistoi McCormick of Chi cago nee Miss Joen Stevens of Eng land and France has filed a declara tion of intent to become an American citizen Invitations have been received at tha National Young Womens Chris tian afisoclatlon headquarters in New York to the dedication of a new Y W C A building in Prague Czecho slovakia Mrs Marie Zahorova4 Nemcova Is president An American unit aiding in financing tho project sent over at the renuest of Tvliss Alice Masaryk daughter of President Ma saryk Esther Dale American soprano is ths first to sing to the ac companiment of treremlnvox the new etherwive musical instrument amed after the inventor Leon Ther emin At arconcert in New York in January the Princess Jacques SPRING are here Dresses and Millinery Our Advance Spring Showing of Dresses and Millinery is in full swing sponsoring all the new fashion dictates that smart women are anxiously awaiting to inspect We cordially in vite you and your friends to ramble thru our Spring1 selection of Dresses and MiHinery and see for yourself what dame fashion predicts as the coming new apparel for Spring CRAWFORDS MILLINERY AND DRESS SHOP At 118 North Federal Thursday Special BEEF Choice Round Steak Fancy Heifer Beef Ib 25 PORK PICNIC Fancy Sugar Cured 12 Meaty Neck Bones Ib A MEAT PRICE CORRECTION In the Buehler Bros Market Ad which appeared in the Tuesday issue of the GlobeGazette Choice Baby Beef Loin Steak was priced at 16c This was a mistake Choice Baby Beef Loin Steak should have been priced at 22c Brogrlle demonstrated ths Instrument In solo numbers and In obligati Cor Mlsa Dale Tho Tlieremlnvox utilizes electro magnetic waves in the production ot musical tones The performer does not touch tha Instrument but con trols tha pitch and volume of tone by movements of the hands over the positive and negative polos Piano Pupils Miss Ruth Swingen to Give Recital Friday Evening Bfiss Huth E Swlngen Trill present a group of pupils in a piano recital at S oclock Friday evening at the T W C A clubrooma The public has been invited to attend this recital The pupils to be presented In the re cltal are Dorothy Gitz Trumnn Cad I well Sidney Inerraham Ellens Boom hower Betty Ferguson Etolsa Sandry Virginia Telland Margaret Wurtzer Marian Ferguson Winifred Eandry Elchard Crawford Jean Cadwell Stan ley Wilson Earl Gaylord JunJe Gay lord Betty Bull Dorothy Drew Alle sra Swingen Jack Van Sise and Ed ward Hunter ASSOCIATION TO MEET Past Noble Grand association will meet Thursday in the I O O F Temple with Mesdames A H Stock William Arnold Irwin Repp and C S Henthorn hostesses M1STIC WORKERS The Mystic Workers will hold regular meeting at the Labor Hall at Thursday evening Name Three on Selecting Committee Mrs Senneff Chairman of Nominating Group for Womans Club MRS JOHN SENNEFF Sr Mrs J L Pauloy and Mrs G M Crabfo ware chosen the nominat ing committee at the board meeting of the Womans club Tuesday afternoon at the public library from each chairman of the various departments were given ana announcements were made of th events which are to come this montl These incluflo two programs by th music department a play by the dra ma department and meetings of th philosophy current events ana ou door lite depaitents Jeari Gros Marionettes Form LifeLike Figures THURSDAY Even in hard water dirty dishes are easy to wash Bur before washing them you must soften fhe water with Melo Soap and soft water never make scum In soft water no dirty ring forms around the dishpan Dishes sparkle in soft wateu and grease is cut Water softened with Melo is a wonderful cleaner with or without soap Meo makes soap more effec tive saving from to the amount ordinarily used Use Melo wherever you want soft water Get it at your grocers Km U S Off WATER SOFTENED WITH MBLO IS A REMARKABLE CLEANER 10 cents THE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO Canton Ohio jHanujecturtrs of Relief from Gas Stomach Pains Dizziness The doctors tell us that DO pec cent of all sickness is due to stom ach Qnd bowel troubles You cant be well if your digestion is bad you are likely to get sick unless you relish food and digest it properly Tanlao has a wonderful record as a relief from digestive troubles even those of years standing Mr L B Simmons of 1434 Larimer St Denver Colo Tanlac made me relish and digest my food fine It also cured me of gas dizzy spells and nervousness Now I sleep well and can put in as good a work as a youngster If you suffer from gas pains in the stomach or bowels dizziness nausea constipation or torpid liver if you have no appetitecant sleep and are nervous and all run down you need Tanlac It is good pure medicine made of roots herbs and barks Get a bottle from your druggist today Money back if it doesnt help you Tanlac 52 MILUON BOHIIS USED Martha Or Immanuel Lutheran church wll meet at 8 oclock with Miss Esthe Nelson 103 Tenth street southwest Dible Study Of Flist Presbyterian church meet at 10 a m with Mrs J W itaddy 013 North Adams avenue Garfield P T Meets at BChoolhouseat p m Scotch songs Miss White The Problems of Childhood Mrs Ja Lorenz History of Marionettes Car Wright Harding Child study Will meet at Warren G Harding school at 2 oclock in kindergarter room Child Study clr Meets with Mrs George Davles 81S North Washington avenue at oclock Your Growing Child dis cussion led by Mrs T B David son East State street club Hostess Mrs L T Bowen 80S East State street assistants Mrs Sarah McArthur Mrs S W Dunn and Mra Mattle Palmer Topic Wash ington D C Mrs H J Bruna Bethlehem Lutheran loung Peoples Will meet at the P G and E audi torium Sorosis club Hostess Mrs W J Bgloff 206 Third street northeast purrent news The land oE the free Bringing Africa to the u B Wjll son Athenian Guest afternoon and patriotic tea Committee Mrs Senneff and Mrs J W Kelly Tusalsfa Bob party Meet at r W C A at oclock Business and Professional Womens Luncheon at Y W C A Philosophy department Womans Will meet at Y W C A at 10 m Chicago Milwaukee Womans Date of regular meetings changed Irom first Thursday of month to last Tuesday Hanford Aid Will entertain husbands at a 1 oclock luncheon at the country homeof Mra Elslo Stevens History club No meeting Woodrow Wilson Study Meets at oclock Talk Mr Vasey Songs Mrs H B Hagerman Sans Souct Hostess Mrs Addle Enston for 1 oclock luncheon at T W C A Grave Evangelical Ladies Will meet at church at oclock Mrs W D Sfjuler hostess Womans Meets in afternoon Korest Park circle of the Trinity Lutheran Will meet at oclock Hostess Mrs Helms Christianson 921 Fourth street southwest Olivet Methodist Ladies aid Meets at church at oclock Cce Dee Bridge club Hostess Mrs R K Ferris 610 South Carolina avenue MARRIAGE PERFORMED Word has ben received of the wed ding of Miss Blanche Stanfleld form erly of Mason city and Robert M Green of Nashville Tcnn at Oska loosa Feb 3 the Rev Wallace Eas ingham IT in a doublo ring ceermony Mrs Green Is manager of the Style Shoppe at Oskaloosa in which position she will continue Mr Green fa con nected wtlh tl0 u K O Pictures cor poration of Des Molnes Their home is at 123 South Market treel The Upper Bes Molnes Republican saya it takes tm persons to make a bootlegger and Jn their judgment one tbajl be othor PIANO TUNER AND REPAIRER Have Your pi ano Taken Care of by a Competent Tuner of 30 Ex perience J H SCIIMITZ 1123 Second Street S W Phone 2425J or 2310L Member of Nutl Assn of Piano Tuners Frenchman Began Bold Tour Requiring Thirty Foot Stage NT1L a few years ago marion ettes were presented on small stages ranging from six feet to ten feet The puppets were email generally about twelve to eighteen Inches high The result was that for years the marionettes made appear ances only in the vaudeville theatres where they were considered a novelty that could be looked at for a period of eight or ten minutes In tho past seven or eight years n number of companies have attempted to enlarge the Idea ot presentation but it was not until JeanGros producer ot the famous Jean Gros French mar ionettes bravely started to tour with his stage which covers about 30 feot of space that the American public was able to realize that marionettes could be taken seriously as an Integral pait of the theatre and capable of presen ing truly great plays with effective ness A Miniature Theatre Whoteas other companies have car ried up to 2000 pounds ot baggage tho French marionettes have astoun ded seasoned theater managers by daring to carry more than 4000 pounds representing a complete mini ature theater miniature however only in the thot that tho equipment is sot upon another stage A complete lighting equipment Is carried backdrops wings spotlights curtains of every description famous transformation scenes and mora than 150 puppets Operators Are Artists In ho company Is also to bo found a concert harplste and a violinists of note not to mention singers and a tors It Is Interesting to note that while tho art of working marionettes Is perhaps the most difficult work in the theater theso artists have been together for years and thru helc long effort in the marionette world they are able to accomplish ef fects with the flgues which other companies have vainly attempted to copy To Show Operation When Mr Gros presents The Ad ot Tom Sawyer ana Huchs lerry Finn at the high school whl5h 3 sponsored by the womans club he vlll concludo the program at the eve Jng performance by showing1 the udience just how the marionettes are perated Mrs Edward Hunter chairman of he drama department who has met can Gros says he Is amost charm ng Frenchman He allows visitors back of tha scenes after the eveninse entertainment He and1 his company willing to show those are ln erestert In the mechanics of tha mavi mette theater Just how the puppets re worked from the bridge GKOS Must Differentiate on Things He Imagines And Those That Do Exist Mitchell County Issues Four Licenses to Wed for Month of January OSAGE Feb licenses have been granted the past month to tho following parties Cecil Morse of New Hampton and Miss Dorothy Reed of Charles City Reinhart Adams aiid Miss Margaret Herman of Stacyvllle Herman T Kodeschel and Mrs Emma Pesek of Austin and Fred Schoger and Miss Galtlys Olson of Osage Mrs Clough to Have Charge of Rockford Meeing Mrs R F Clough chairman of the philosophy department of the Mason City Womans club will tie Jn charge of the first meeting the history de partment oC the Womans club at Rockford at oclock Tuesday eve ning Feb 12 She will talk on the sub ject How History is the Basis for Understanding Current Event Prob lems GUNDEUSONFRANKLIN ROWAN Feb Doris Gujv derson second daughter of Mr and Mrs G Gunderson was married to Benjamin Franklin Wednesday after noon The ceremony was performed in Clarion by the Hev Harry O Spil man pastor ot the Congregational chiirch WBBEKSECORA WH1TTEMORE Feb mar riage of Miss Teresa Weber to Joseph Secora took place Wednesday morn ing at St Michaels Catholic church THREE WAYS TO LOSE FAT By ALICE JUDSON PEALE To tell the truth the whole truth nd nothing but the truth Is by no neans an eaay matter nor is It at all imes desirable White lies oil the of social intercourse and a sooO tory saves us all from boredom Yet somehow the child must learn to dls To IteSrirvey LnnT JVVPIDS Minn Feb H tho locution of a boun dary line hotwfien two townHMpn Iji Itarea Bounty lian not hfren ikirinllily determined despite three novcrnmil i u iy by asking your druggist tor a box of Mannola One is starvation one abnormal cise The other is embodied in Marmola prescnption tablets The Marmola way a based on modem research It has been josed for 20 boxes of lit The results are seen in almost every in new beauty new health and vitality A book Jn each bos of Marmola gives the complete formula also the reasons lor results Users know just how and why the changes come about and why they are beneficial Learn the facts Try the i which has done so much ingiilsh between this eort of lying and i for so many and wntch what it does for he sort which meets with universal you Start today by asking your drueeist Isapproval For tha young child the matter nade more difficult by the fact that ie must learn to differentiate between lie things he Imagines the things he wishes and tho things which actually o exist or occur Ho i3 led from the ruth too by the desire to get atten lon at any price and the urge to save ilmselC from punishment Only s MiskeBelicvc Thero are various ways ot helping Urn to learn the distinction between act fancy and falsehood When the child of 4 tells how ho slew a lion under the Iliac bush wo can show that wo appreciate his ad venture while we understand perfectly that it was a makebelieve lion like the ones In story books Asa matter ot fact It Is quite sate to accept a good many of these ficti tious accounts on their merits as sto ries Time and further experience with life will serve to get even tho most intensely Imaginative child right before long Showed Harsh Discipline Tho child who tells lies of the sort calculated to concentrate attention on him at the dinner table lies which have no merit as stories BhouM be gently checked by a statement of tho truth He should be given nmpln op portunity to get tho attention ho craves by real achievement When tho child to ward off pun Ishment It Is an indication thit hn has been subjected to a discipline harsh that it has made lying an ex pedient County Clerk Issues Three Licenses to Wed QARrCER Feb to wvl were Issued by Clerk Johanscn to three couples laM week Henry Ludeke and Thoni Hcnson of mont Minn were by tlicj Kov H R Wrede at the Lutlwnin pnrnou nire Charles Hlff nnrl necca of Woden tnd N F nntt flnmi Vondrncek of Britt were llucnxpii In wed E Qnce is not the Safe to Softcook GGS You boil only a few eggs at a time so you can take all instantly from the water when done Like wise Hills Bros roast their coffee a few pounds at a time by a con tinuous process Every berry is roasted evenly and a matchless flavoris assured No other coffee can liste like Hills Urosbecause none is roasted the same way HILLS BROS COFFEE with Father C P Sweeney officiating They were attended by Agnes Origer and Oscar Weber A wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mra Peter Weydert sister of the bride to the immediate family and was a vary quiet affair due to the recent death ot the brides mother Mrs Secora ia the youngest daughter of Simon Weber Sr After a wedding trip to Minnesota the young couple will be at home on a farm northwest of Whlttemore For The BEST GIRL we suggest a Quality Diamond A bier special this week at Prtih Iron the orir jrtol vacuum pack Emily opened vitk key omt Smartly Furred Winter Coats Reduced for Quick CleanUp sgoo and a few better Every coat must be sold regard less of cost or value This is your opportunity to purchase a high grade winter coat at mere fraction of their actual worth Hundreds of winter coats in all favored fabrics colors furs and styles that can be worn for early spring Womens and Misses sizes t jinaf touch of charm of the 1YJL gracious art of living the modern homemaker knows full well that flow ers lend a subtle touch of distinction of the festive board era 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