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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1929, Mason City, Iowa FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY APR 3 29 MARY LOUISE SMITH TO PRESENT PUPILS IN REVIEW HERE i Tiny Tots in H S Festival Friday Night RooseveltJackson P T A Is Sponsor of Annual Dance Recital DEARLY 100 pupils of Miss Mary Louise Smiths dancing classes will participate in the spring recital entitled A Night in Kidland which will be presented at the high school Friday evening April 5 at 8 oclock This will be the fourth annual spring recital which has heen sponsored by the RooseveltJackson ParentTeachers association All types of dancing will be ex hibited by the pupils who range from 3 years of age and up to the teens There are 25 tiny tots taking part in the recital Miss Smith stated The recital will feature 56 numbers A Toy Shop Review with Wedding of the Dolls will feature 14 children from 3 years Spe cial scenery is being made for the production and special lighting will emphasize the gorgeous costumes which the dancers will wear Fifteen children will demonstrate class acrobatic dances as one of the Interesting numbers and Miss Smith will present a solo dance Mis Dorothy Hicks is the pianist Announcement is made that the tickets will be reserved at the CurrieVan Ness store Thursday afternoon and Friday morning Two thirds of the proceeds will be placed In the P T A treasury it is stated BIRTHDAY SURPBISE FOiS JACK FISHER A surprise party was givea for Jack Fisher in honor of his birthday anniversary at Mr and Mrs Fishers residence in the GlobeGazette apart ments Tuesday evening Twentytwo guests were present Five hundred was played during the evening after IN SOLO DANCE THIS is Miss Mary Louise Smith who will appear in a charming solo dance in the spring recital at the high school Friday evening She is directing nearly 100 children who will participate in the recital which refreshments were served Mr Fisher received many gifts CULBERTSONPARROTT CARPENTER April Miss Mayme Grace Culbertson of Car penter and Harrison W Parrott of Tripoli formerly of Sumner were married at the Lutheran parsonage at Waverly Tuesday April 2 at 10 pclock The Rev Mr Rousch offi ciated at the ceremony which was preformed in the presence of Mr and Mrs Robert Bathke nrotherr erOt the Jiridegrooni SI Mr and Mrs Prank Culbertson and is a graduate of the Carpenter con solidated high school and of the Mercy hospital nurses training school at Waverly Since her gradu ation she has worked at her profes sion in and around Waverly The couple left at once on a wed ding trio to Chicago after which they will he at home in Tripoli where Mr Parrott will be employed as a mechanic in the Ambrose gar age I FltCE CORN RECIPE BOOM TAT VOUR The folding oxford glass is a real ad junct for the par ticular persons needs and comfort SMITH OPTICAL CO E STATE Shrewd Tactful Handling Needed in Teaching Self Sufficient Child Sociability By ALICE JUDSON PEALE Occasionally one meets a child who seems by nature unsociable It is not that he shrinks from the com panionship of others but that he seems not to need it He is suffi cient unto himself Usually he is su perior in intelligence and capable of complete absorption in the mater ials of his solitary play Sucfc a child has much to learn of the art of getting on with his fellows but only the most shrewd and tactful handling will help him Teddy at the age of four was quite content to play by himself In an effort to make him more sociable his mother sent him to kindergarten vhere she thot he would be forced o play with other children His first weeks in school were spent in exploiting all the wonder ul play materials which he found there He spoke to none of the ither children and was thoroly hap iy sliding down slides building with he blocks playing in the sand Only when he struck a little girl who inadvertently crushed his fine and tunnel and when he pushed ahead of his turn forthe chance at he swing did his teacher interfere tnd offer suggestions when a fine erryDoat game was te progress Teddy was observed standing on the sidelines with an interested almost wistful expression on his usually purposeful small face Of his own iccord he asked to join Thereafter le joined more and more in games with the other children readily be coming a leader among them be cause of his inventiveness and im agination The self sufficient child can be aught sociability only by being per mitted to find out that he cannot realize himself fully alone that cer ain kinds of fun and adventure only can be had if one is willing to play with others and play fair Americanism Installing kitchen conveniences to brag about while lunching with a friend at the drug Rapids Gnzette old friend For thousands of travel ers return to the Black stone is like meeting an old friend The genial wel come tile wellremembered friendly courtesies vthe sense ease and these have made the Black stone known the world over FC BIACKSTONE South Michigan Avenue on the Lake Front CHICAGO The Drake Hotel Company asa operates The Drake Hotet Chicago MASON CITY HAT WORKS 3 West State Street Next Door to United Cigar Store NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS The new way of Cleanine and Reblockitiff womens and mens Hals by expert hatter Dry Cleaning and Pressing Have your Suit pressed while you wait Shoe Shining By expert shoe shiners 99 Smart Sports Frock3 GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN EDITORS NOTE Orders should be addressed directly to New York City ns explained be low and not to this office The correct address is as follows Mason City GlobeGazette Pattern Depnrrment 243 West Seventeenth street New York City Pattern 1544 Distinctive smart and quite sim ple is the frock sketched today de sign 1544 An attractively turned collar finished by a chic Windsor tie adds interest to the blouse The skirt is cleverly stitched and pleated on slanting lines The skirt treat ment deserves mention as it is de signed to bring the side seams un der the inverted pleats Design 1544 would make up equally well in crepe cotton or a woolen material Jersey kasha or flannel are stunning for sports For later in the season pique or linen offer delightful choice The silk tie might contrast the frock providing a bit of color May be obtained only in sizes 16 18 20 34 36 38 40 42 and 44 Size 36 requires 3 yards 40 inch material This model is easy to make No dressmaking experience is neces sary Each pattern comes to you with simple and exact instructions including yardage for every size A perfect fit is guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon receipt of 15 pents in coins care fully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted mall and orders to Mason City Our new spring and summer GlobeGazette Pattern Department fashion book will be sent upon re243 West Seventeenth street New ccipt of 10 cents in coin Adress all York City MAIL CARRIER AT MARBLE ROCK IS 80 YEARS OF AGE MARBLE ROCK April Elga Ritter veteran mail carrier celebrated his eightieth birthday Sunday with 24 relatives present at his home on Hutches street For many years Mr Ritter has faithfully carried the mail from the mail trains to the postoffice His work day begins at 3 oclock in the morning and closes at 6 in the evening To Install Officers at fleeting Thursday Night Ispaham Sanctorum 213 of the Ancient Mystic Order of Samaritans will hold an installation of officers Thursday April 4 at the I p O F hall This will be open to all Odd Fellows Rebekahs and Ladies of the L O O T all of whom are in vited to be present THIRTY CHILDREN ATTEND BIKTHDAY PARTY ALLISON April Clar ence Shirer entertained 30 children at a party and 6 oclock dinner at her home Monday afternoon as a birthday courtesy to her son BilHe who is 8 years old The dining room was beautifully decorated in paste shades with colored balloons sus pended from the ceiling in groups The tables were decorated with Easier appointments BENSONCOPEMAN CRESCO April Ruby O Uenson of Crcsco and Donald Cope man of Granger were married last week by the Rev C S Carroll at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Howard Benson They were attended by Floyd Copeman and Miss Bernetta Derr A oclock dinner was served at the Benson home ALBERSUANNEMAN SWALEDALE April March 31 Miss Lydia Albers of Swaledale and Henry Danneman of Fulda Minn were married at the home of the brides parents The was performed by the Rev W F Mueller The young cou ple was attended by Miss Lena Rte del and Willie Albers Mrs Mueller played the Bridal Chorus by Lohengrin Ruth and Irene Muel ler lead the procession as flower girls Following the double ring cere mony a wedding supper was served to close relatives and friends Out of town guests for the occa sion were as follows Mr and Mrs T S Danneman parents of the bridegroom Mr and Mrs Fred Dan neman and sons Herman and Walt er Mr and Mrs John Danneman and daughter Edith Mr and Mrs Otta Evers and son Alfred all from Fulda COMMITTEE FROM WOMANS CLUB TO ASSIST AT CLINIC The committee from the wel fare department of the Woman s club which will assist at the regular monthly preschool clinic at the Y W C A Friday after noon beginning at 1 oclock is announced as follows Mrs F S Hanson Mrs O Thorson Mrs Harold Campbell Mrs H E Cunningham Mrs G E Cress and Mrs T T Blalae The chair man of the clinic announces that any member of the department is welcome to assist In the work at the clinic THURSDAY Philosophy department Womans Meets at 10 a m at Y W C A Y W C A SpringMembership ban qiWill be held at Y W C A at oclock Sorosls club Hostess Mrs W J Egloff 206 Third street northeast Election of officers Executive committee Paper by Mrs J E Ely the Athenian Hostess Mrs 1 K Hopkins 419 street southeast Current events group 4 Easter church music Mrs M H Sims History Hostess Mrs J M Heffner at the Colonial for 1 oclock lun cheon Leader Mrs Subject current topics or book review B P W Meets for luncheon at Y W C A Garffeld P T Will hold regularmeeting Womens Will meet in evening Woodroiv Wilson Child Study Will meet at oclock at school Lesson Destructlveness of Child Mrs R E De Rues lead er McKinley Child Study Wilt meet Harding School Child Study Will meet atschool at 2 oclock Lesson on Play Leaders Mrs Brown Mrs S Grow Mrs Prazak Mrs E M Ferleman Hanford Afternoon meeting Hostess Mrs K E Wagner East State Street Hostess Mrs William Findley 853 East State street Assistants Mrs I F Babcock Mrs Lars Gulbranson Mrs Sam Veir and Mrs Edward Velr Iowa History Mrs Alice Brown leader Cce Dee Bridge Hostess Mrs Joe Shovin 401 Sixth street southeast Martha society Immanuel Luther an Hostesses Misses Ellen and Olive Larson 109 Tenth street south west at 8 oclock Presbyterian Annual congregational meeting at oclock for potluck supper Meeting at oclock Elks club Elks hall at oclock Grace Evangelical Meets at oclock at the church Hostess Mrs J Moravec Sans SoucI Will meet for 1 oclock luncheon Hostess Mrs Locke Easton 209 Ninth street northwest Forest Park circle Trinity Ladles Hostess Mrs E J Hoare 853 Third street northwest Olivet Methodist Ladles aid Will meet at church at oclock Exclusive Eight Hostess Mrs Ray Lock 630 South President avenue at 2 oclock B P W Meets for oclock dinner nt the DamonIgou tea garden Health and public relations com mittees in charge of program will consist of a mock state convention HAS ANNIVERSARY HANLONTOWN April number of friends of Mr and Mrs Henry Gesme braved the storm on Sunday and went to their home to assist them in celebrating their sev enteenth wedding Anniversary Y Banquet Will Be Held on Thursday Stunts Reading Vocal Solos on Program of Member ship Dinner COMPLETE plans for the spring membershipbanquet which will be held at the Y W C A Thursday evening April 4 at oclock are announced following the meeting of the membership com mittee held this week Miss Esther Hue kins national town secretary from the national of fice at Chicago will give the main address of the evening and her topic has been announced as Why I Am Glad to Be a Member of the Y W C A The program will include a group of vocal solos by Mrs C L Elliott stunts by the T N T and Tusalata clubs and a reading by Virginia The membership committee of which Miss Marie L Fuller is chair man has stated that all members and friends of the association are welcome to attend the banquet Chicago Northwestern Club Elects Delegates to Attend May Frolic Mrs Wallace Sumner and Mrs C G Ziall were elected delegates to the spring frolic of the Chicago Northwestern railroad organization at Chicago on May 16 and 17 at the regular meeting of the local Chicago Northwestern Womans club which was held at the P G E auditorium Tuesday afternoon Mrs George Lang and Mrs Edwin Shaw were elected alternates A nominating committee was chosen during the business meeting for the nomination of officers for the ensuing year the report of which will be given at the May meeting Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting Washington Pupils in Program at Meeting of Unity Chapter 0 E S Twenty children from the second gradeof Washington school under the direction of Miss Hazel McCol lough presented a half hour pro grainbefore the members of Unity Order of the Eastern Star following the regular meeting at the Masonic temple Tuesday eve ning The program included a rythmic band readings and a puppet show all of which were enthusiastically received by the audience of 200 or more persons SPIKERWOOD NASHUA April Bertha Spiker and George William Wood of Waterloo were married Saturday evening at the Little Brown Church by the Rev J L VTcCorison The bride and bride groom were attended by Miss Dor othy Miller and Virgil Moser of Waterloo The bride has been em ployed for two years with the Northwestern Bell Telephone com pany Waterloo and the bndc room is with the John Deere com pany They are spending their honeymoon with relatives in Chi cago LARAWAYSMAIL Miss Marion A Laraway of Ply mouth and Leon M Smail of Nora Springs were married Sunday at She Little Brown Church by the Rev J L McCoridson Jr pastor of the church Whlttcmore Girl Coaches Win WHITTEMORE April ard Schubert a sixth grade pupil of Lucille OBrien won the Hancock county spelling contest at Garner Saturday Miss OBrien lives at Whltemore and teaches a school north of Britt Eternal Flapper Advises 011 Youth and WellBeing Contends Deep Breathing One of Best Forms of Daily Exercises I The GlobeGazette Offers to Readers Facts About Books What do you read my Lord asked Polonlus Words Words Words ans wered Hamlet Many modern readers of trashy fiction are as mad as Hamlet reading only words words words Other people gain knowledge and power and happi ness by reading books of real value This booklet enticled Living With Books which our Wash ington information baieau offers is of definite value to every per son who is able to read Use the coupon IYcdeHc J Haskin Director The Mnson City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C Inclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet LIVING WITH BOOKS Name Street City State By Edna Wallace Hopper EF we could exercise out of doors the maximum benefits would be obtained but since this is in most cases at least patently out of the question the answer is Keep your room well ventilated during the nightand exercise in the morn ing with as much air circulation as possible Exercise without any clothing to camper movement Then hop into a cold tub If you are unaccustomed to a cold bath temper the water breaking yourself in gradually un til you can enjoy a really cold bath Aside from the toning of your nerves it will be a great helpin resisting changes of temperature and consequently such illness as colds It is important that you per mit the base of your spine to touch the water first because in this way you suffer the least shock to the nervous system Should Fee Relaxed To exercise improperly is detri men tal to beauty even tho it may eid circulation It is easier to be graceful and the advantages are manifold Make up your mind not to waste energy andif you find your self tiring stop and relax You should feel relaxed during the en tire period of your exercises Strata begets lines in your face which in itself is a sufficient evil to convince you of the advisability of relaxing One of the best forms of exercise is deep breathing If you are flat chested it will be a marvelous help if you are overdeveloped it can do no harm No single exercise could be of more general benefit than deep breathing in the open and in the sunlight To Give Exercises In a following article I shall give you specific exercises In the mean time take an unbiased look in a fulllength mirror and dont be sen sitive about telling yourself where in you have fallen short of the artists ideal Ill tell you how to redeem yourself but first let me give you a few general suggestions The fairly observant person knows that one of the common fail irgs of our overindulgentnation is a tendency toward the rounded ab domen Thevital organs particularly the heart function normally without the oppression of surplus fatty tis sue but withthe hindrance of ex weight taxing any of them their efficiency can be expected to steadily doeafeBut not only does the heart sufferas the pounds mount to an extreme figure the lungs and stomach retaliate by producing bronchitis and dyspepsia respectively Even the nerves protest against the additional strain by causing irritability and undue emo tionalism CUTE SHOWER FOB BRIDE OF APRIL 10 WHITTEMORE April pre nuptial miscellaneous shower was given at the Academy auditorium for Miss Gertrude Elbert who will wed LcRoy Schiltz of Bancrofton Wednesday April 10 KOMERGRUGGER ALGONA April Grug ger of Renwick 22 and Louise Ho mer of Algona 19 were married Monday afternoon at oclock by Justice P A Danson The brides parents acted as witnesses for the ceremony MYSTIC WORKERS The Mystic Workers will hold a short business meeting followed by a Bunco party Thursday evening April 4 at 8 oclock at the Labor hall it was announced Wednesday morning EDNA WALLACE HOPPER Tv UOIl t I know RAY SENEVS is the best place to buy DIAMONDS and up Even in hard water dirty dishes are easy to wash BUT before washing them you must soften the ivatcr with Alelo Soap and soft water never make scum In soft water no dirty ring forms around the dishpan Dishes sparkle in soft water and grease is cut Water softened with Melo is n wonderful cleaner or without soap Mclo makes soap more effec tive saving from to the amount ordinarily used Use Mclo you want soft wafer Get it at your grocers Uric U S ral Off WATER SOFTENED WITH MBLO IS A REMARKABLE CLEANER 10 cents THE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO Canlon Ohio oj Saniflitth AVOL ANTE CLUB HAS CHOW MEIN LUNCHEON Twelve members of the AVoIante club were entertained at the home of Mrs R S Jewett 120 Sixth street southeast Tuesday afternoon At 1 oclock a chow mein luncheon was served Assistant hostesses were Mrs W H Mahlstadt and Mrs Harry Farrer POST NUPTIAL SHOWER CLARKSVILLE April miscellaneous shower parly was was held at the home of Mr and Mrs James Wells Saturday eve ning as a post nuptial courtesy to Mr and Mrs Burr Crosby A pro gram of entertainment was fol lowed by a tray luncheon The bride daughter of Mr and Mrs Wells received many useful and beautiful presents The guests num bered twenty Herman Hamblin Will Lead Loyal Order of Moose in Coming Year FOLLOWING are the officers of the Loyal Order of Moose elected at the meeting Tues day evening Dictator Herman Hamblin vice dictator W C Groth prelate Larry Thomas treasurer Earl Clausen trustee for three years Roy Garlock repre sentative to supreme lodge Bert Argetsinger Their official duties begin May 1 During the business meemj there was a discussion on the pro posal of bringing the state conven tion to Mason City in 1930 BERFIELDGRACE IOWA FALLS April the home of Mr and Mrs John Serf leld in this city Tuesday at 1 oclock the marriage of their eldest daugh ter Doris to Francis C Grace of Iowa City The ceremony was performed by the Rev C E Cushman of the Congregational church in the presence of a small company of relatives and friends of the couple Shortly after the wed ding luncheon the bridal couple left for its future home near Iowa City Mr Grace is a graduate of the Stato University of Iowa and is engaged in farming near Iowa City The bride Is a graduate of the Iowa Falls high school and the state univer sity She tookpost graduate work in dietetics in New York City Return ing to this state she has been con nected with the hospitals at Clinton Waterloo and Council Bluffs as a dieticisian TEACHERS ARE ENTERTAINED Mrs N C Kotchcll 309 North Adams avenue entertained the Garifeld teachers and principal Miss Ethel Hall at a dinner Tues day evening at her home Following the dinner the evening was spent informally Are You Chic OU can be extremely fashionable anddressyvithamet ropolitan air if you will observe the sim ple rule of choosing your clothes where clothes are chosen for smartness rather than cheapness Ensembles Frocks and Coats Bloderatly Priced From Do Kaye Equip Your Car With U S Royal Cord Balloon For Year Round Driving Youll same as hundreds of other Mason City it pays to get the best in tires And one thing about cost no more than ordinary tires From our many years of actual contact with manufacturer and consum have found out that U S Royal Cords are THE tire and that is why we are selling so many today Old customers are always glad to recommend them Come in any time and we can SHOW you why they are the best Donnelly Service Station 125 1st St S E Phone 3500
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