Mason City Globe Gazette, April 12, 1929, Page 6

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 12, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL 121929 i 1 a i 11 I 1 MANY CLUBS HERE PLAN OBSERVANCE OF HISTORY WEEK To Include Iowa Data April 1420 Groups Outside of State Fed eration Incorporate torical Topics na IFTEEN local clubs listed in the year book of the Iowa Fed eration of Womens clubs are affected by the request from head quarters to incorporate in their pro gram the observance of Iowa His tory week from April 14 to 20 Some of the local clubs however have already observed the historical program particularly those whose activities expire before the des ignated week Other clubs outside of the federation are also incorpor ating history in their programs The State Historical society and Federation of Womens clubs have invited the people of the state to join in the observance of the fourth annual Iowa History week from April 14 to 20 1929 Began Three Years ago The purpose of Iowa History week is to create a deeper interest in the past of Iowa particularly among the boya and girls of the state Three years ago general topics m Iowa history furnished the theme for Iowa History week two years Potts octal ecrefca WHAT SHALL WE BUY FOB FATHERS BIRTHDAY Elgin Strap Watches to Parker Lifetime Pens to JEWELRY STOBE IZ EAST STATE ST THE FBI E HOLY SHOP SOCIAL CALENDAR SATURDAY Band Postponed until Monday April 15 at 2 p m Girls club Trinity Lutheran Will meet in the church parlors at 2 oclock Hostesses Mary Giere and Mar jorie Thompson ago tribute was paid to the pioneers and last year the Indians of Iowa furnished the central theme This year attention will be focused on the past at play Under the direction of the Iowa History committee of the federated clubs may organizations thruout the state have arranged to devote an evening to the old playparty gamesi the old square dances and the songs of yesterday High schools and junior high schools will recreate some of the amusements of early Iowa at assembly programs To Broadcast From to 10 oclock Wednes day morning April 17 a dramatic presentation of an evening party in early Iowa will be broadcast from station WSTJI at Iowa City OJd time fiddlers will play their favorite tunes playparty games T11I be reenacted and songs popu lar at the old singing schools will be revived for the occasion 4 SOFTENED MELO IS A REMARKABLE 10 cents THE HYGIENIC GO Canton Ohio of SaniFliuh oParhs Lawn Seed Sow In This Ideal April Weather Give your grass seed a chance to grow Sow aa early as possible Complete directions for making a good lawn are contained in our pamphlet How to Make a Lawn which is in every carton of Vaughans Lawn Seed or will be mailed FREE for asking 1205 So Federal Ave Phone 55 Herman M Knuflson Prop Save Half and More Tomorrow Our SENSATIONAL HOSIERY SALE 1500 Pair Beautiful SAMPLES JL The Pair S225 and 1250 daytime and evening hose Beautiful French picot tops and fancy heel chiffons than 100 styles silk ser vice and finest chiffons in all the new spring shades 106N Federal Ave B P W Club Offers Cup to Junior Class Entry Blanks for Girls Hobby Show Distributed in Local Schools USINESS and Professional Wo R mens club has offered a cup JLl for the outstanding entry in the junior division of the Girls Hob by show according to announce ment of Mrs Ralph Lloyd Jones chairman of the Hobby Show com mittee Judging of this division will be based on the same conditions as that of thesenior division with qua lity neatness and presentation the winning virtues The ages of 8 to 12 are included in the junior class and 13 to 18 in the senior group No Admission Charges Many inquiries are received on the admission price of the exhibit Mrs Jones states No admission has ever been charged for an exhibit of this kind she declares and none will be asked this year The show which will be held on May 2 3 and 4 at the Hanford is di rected by the committee from the American Legion auxiliary consist ing besides the chairman of Misa Florence OLeary Mrs Ralph E Wiley Mrs Harry Conover Mrs B A Webster Mrs Frank Pearce and Mrs J B MacGregor Miss OLeary will be in charge of tae iud ees Are Distributing Blanks A community project with a view stimulatinginterest in hobbies Dei V S Pat Off This is a hardwater country SOAP and hard water make scum The hardness in the water combines with the soap The scum collects dirt There is a dirty ring around the dishpan the wasntubs the bathtub But soften hard water with Melo and no scum forms Water softened with Melo is a won derful cleaner with or without soap It makes the soap much more effective too saving from Vi to A the amount ordinarily used Melo only costs 10 cents a can You can afford buy 3 cans and keep one in the kitchen one in the laundry and one in the bath room Get it at your grocers the 1 Dainty Frock for Tot GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Pattern 1608 Utterly feminine is this little girls dress fashioned of dotted fab ric The rounded yoke and the cuffs are made of plain color fabric har monizing the ground of the dress material Gathers both back and front below the yoke afford neces sary fullness to the garment Dotted swiss dimity organdie or voile aredainty fabrics with which to make this adorable frock White dotted in blue yellow or pink would be cunning with a colored shoulder bow to match Quite smart also are colored grounds with large white dots May be obtained only in sizes 2 4 arid 6 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 cents In coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted Our new spring and summer fashion book will be sent upon re ceipt of 10 cents io coin Address all mail and orders to Mason City GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City and accomplishments among girls it is hoped by the committee that the community will add its in terest to that of the parent friends and girls themselves in viewing their accomplishments dur ing the exhibit in May Entry blanks and folders are being dis tributed this week in the local The B P W club cup is the third tendered from local organizations outside of the three from the auxi ary itself The other two are from the Matinee Musicale and the Wa PanYes Band MotherTdub Will Meet Monday April 15 The social meeting of the Baml Mothers club which was scheduled for Saturday afternoon atjthe P G E auditorium has been post poned until Monday at 2 p m be cause of the high school recital which many of the m6ther3 planto attend Mrs1 EdabnCorneU the hostess atthePGI E Mon day and has invited all of the mothers of the high school band members whether or not they are members of the club Whittemore Woman Is Surprised by Friends WHITTEMORE April women of the M E aid and a few other friends surprised Mrs LM HOLD SHOWER FOB MRS ASHEB CLARK A miscellaneous shower was giv en for Mrs Asher Clark who was married a short time ago at the home of Mrs Hiram Clark south of the city A luncheon was served at 4 oclock Annual Meeting of County Federated Clubs on April 30 CLUB DUES ARE MEMBERS ASKED TO TURN IN REMAINDER Mrs Archie L Peterson chair man of the membership commit tee of the Womans club wishes to remind the members who are remitting checks thru the mail that dues for 192930 are 52 fol lowing the 50 cent increase al lowed by the board early in the year AH those who have re mitted checks for are re quested to remit another for the remainder 50 cents whether or not beennoltilted Iridi fvidually by taeAcnairinaiK v Womans Club in Charge of Display of Etchings at Convention KAYMATHIS HAMPTON April ment has been made by Mr and Mrs B B Ray of the marriage of their daughter Nancy Ray and Richard Mathis of Iowa City The wedding took place at the parson age of the Congregational church the Rev H L Michaet officiating The ceremony was read in the pres oiner ence of the brides sister Mrs Orel Gockley Wednesday herseveraiwood sixth erai wedding dinner was served at the pre I guests brot a sented a gift the afternoon was spent socially Mrs Gockley enter tained them on the harmonica which she plays beautifully The Gockleys are pioneer settlers of Whittemore i home of Mr and Mrs B E Ray The bride is a graduate of the Hampton high school with the class But a He Lost Diamond His from Ray Seney will ask heifoi of 1926 Since that time she has been teaching in the rural schools of Franklin county Mr Mathis is a resident of Iowa City where he is engaged in dairy business and where the couple will make its home after a wedding trip to St Paul and other points in Minnesota The annual meetingof the Cerro Gordo county Federated club women of the Iowa Federation of Womens clubs will be held in Mason City on April 30 according to announce ment by Mrs R E Nyquist Ccrro Gordo county chairman of the fed eration Club and committee reports will be heard the county chairman will be elected and an interesting pro gram will be given according to present plans of the committee in charge rrtovicpnnectionvVrttK vthe exhibit of etchihgwil be oa display The art departmen of the Mason City Womans club of which Misa Lydia M Barrette i chairman is m charge of the dis play Mrs Carl Reed district chairman from Cresco will probably be pres ent Mrs Nyquist states A complete program will soon be ready and will be mailed to all federated clubs in the county Miss Barrette librarian an nounces that she has recently re ceived a study club outline la pamphlet form on the new art with questions find answers and other Items of information by Rose V S Berry entitled What Do You Know About American Art This is available at time to those who wish to follow an outline in presenting art work Club Group to Present Production Three Act Comedy of Wom ans Club Will Be Given on April 2930 RS RICHARD ROMEY mem ber of the drama department of the Womans club is the director of the three act comedy Tommy by Howard Lindsay and Eertraud Robinson which will be presented at the high school audi torium Monday and Tuesday eve nings April 29 and 30 by the drama department of the Mason City Womans club of which Mrs E E Hunter is chairman This will be the first local play cached Mrs Romey altho she ma directed several productions at the state university where she was a member of the University players She took the lead in the Womans lub play Mr Pirn Passes By vhich was presented here in Feb ruary The cast which has been Dusily rehearsing for the past two veeks is announced as follows Wilson Mrs Stella Seevers tlarie Thurber Mrs Peart Krager BernardDr Pierce Jensen Mrs Thurber Mrs Gail Elder James Mr ThurberDr H K Jones David TuttleFrank Pearce Tommy Mills Francis De Sart Judge Wilson Roe Thompson Willie Wilson John James Mrs Pearl Krager and Francis De Sart who have appeared in former amateur productions take the lead ng roles in the play which is said to be a straight comedy thruout emphasized with the funny antics of he bachelor uncle Frank Pearce vho runs the triangular love affair of the young persons the lives of the family and the town politics Stresses Importance of Teaching Respect for Law and Its Authorities HEADS RURAL WORK 3 head of the rural work of the Young Womens Christian as sociation Miss Henrietta Roo lofs of New York is closely in touch with new trends of womens thot arid activities As the result of a ro cent study Miss Roelofs declares that increasing independence moral standards public affairs religion work and birth control are matters women are pondering in their search to discover themselves and their contribution to society It is the Work of the Landscape Architect to Create a new view we are extending1 this branchof our service to the owner of the medium or small home Our suggestions when applied will surely bring increased valueto the average city home The moderate expense of developing the ideas advanced by us will mean the added worth that brings more cash should ownership be changed Let us tell you about our plan Save At Kinneys on Childrens SHOES CHILDRENS and Misses Onestrap Rubber Heel Shts SA2 Same Style for Growing Gfris Sites 2y3 7 SECOND GAME OF Y W BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT AT 7 TELEPHONE WRITE PHONE 55 Herman M Kmidson 1iop 1205 So Federal Ave INFANTS Patent Colonial Onestrap ith Tongue and Buckle Turn Sole Sizes 5 8 Sizts SAIJ Same Style for Sizt JlA2 17 So Icdcni The second game of the Y W A basketball tournament will e played Friday evening in the Y C A gymnasium with the T Ts pitted against the Indepen ents at oclock arid the Teach rs against the Hamiltons at m The teams are equally matched and the card promises fast and fur ous playing the coach Misa Steph anie Schultz states The lineup Friday evening is as ollows T N T Nola Reed Mildred Smith Sylvia Dalbey Myrtle Slock luby Johannsen Evelyn Slock TEACHERS Helen Wilson Elsie Glanvllle Ethel Ehlers Florence Bunkle Marj OHarroW Miss LaRue INDEPENDENTS cf Dorthy Hagen cE Irene Ouverson c jc W Sherman c Louise Buehler g Evelyn Kephart g PKreutzbender HASIILTONS C Lucia McCrillis f Florence Lohr jc Maxine York 3C Mildred Menitz or Helen Sanders r Marie Ryiier Your Child and Law Enforce ment was the topic discussed by Mrs Getz at the monthly meeting of the MonroeWashington P T A Thursday afternoon Mrs Getz stressed the importance of teaching children an early respect of the law t and authorities and that they should be taught to love the law of the land as they love justice Parents must show good citizenship refrain from critizlng those in authority she stated She urged the parents to provWe hobbies for the cMliJen out sideof school hours Mrs R E Brisbine gave a report on the number of mothers interested in cooperating with the kindergar ten summer roundups and Mrs T E Davidson reported on local pre school circle attendances A nomin ating committee for the coming year was appointed by Mrs Jay rorenz president aa follows Mrs Hugh ShepardMrs R J McEwen and Mrs Frank Currie Plans were discussed for a party to be given for the eighth grade students upon the completion of their school year A musical program was given by all of the grades of the school con sisting of harmonica numbers anc a demonstration of domestic science work including the making of cakes setting of tables and the science of food values was presented by the eighth grade girls Owl Club Elects New Officers at Last Dance of Season at Hanforc Seventyfive couples danced tc the music of the Cliff Mandy or chestra at the Hanford Thursdaj evening at the last Owl club danc of the season of which R P Lien was chairman of affairs Officers were elected during th intermission and the unanirnou choice of the club members resulte in the following election H V Bui president R P Lien reelected secretary and F B Woodruff E H Wagner and G O Gould directors These men will serve as club offi cers for the coming year Mr and Mrs Lee P Loomis and LeRoy Abel were hosts to a number of friends at dinner parties preced ing the dance at 9 oclock Mr Abel had as his special guest Tom Kulp from out of the city Large Attendance at Nora Springs Dinner NORA SPRINGS April mothers and daughters banquet giv en at the Christianchurch Thurs day evening was well attended in spite of 016 weather About 120 jucsts were served The following program was given Toastmistress Mrs Bngles Our Mothers Harriet Crumb Our Daughters Mrs S Morphew sextet girls glee club whistling chorus Miss Marjory Brunner duet Mrs Harry Olson and Mrs Ray Kraupa reading from Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Dolores Morphew solo Mrs Laona Han en Each musical selection was en cored and a response given Mrs Pritchard Garner Is Speaker at Orriaha Affair for Underwriters GARNER April Walter Sherman Pritchard insurance chair man of the Iowa Federation of Womens clubs will be the speaker at a banquet Friday evening at 615 oclock at Omaha at the Elks club Governor Weaver of Nebraska and Mrs Weaver members of tne I Omaha Womans club members of he womans division of the Omaha chamber of commerce and members of the Business and Professional Womens club are all gnesta at this banquet given by the Nebraska Life Agency Managers association It is a special feature of the sales ongress in session Friday and Sat urday Many underwriters from sur rounding states are among the 300 or 400 in attendance at the ban quet A report as given in the National Underwriter of April 5 of the ad dress given by Mrs PritohardIB Chicago before the National Asso ciation Executive committee says Mrs Pritchard of Garner Iowa made the biggest hit of that meet Ing with her account of the work done to popularize the institution of life insurance among club wom en in Iowa BAILEYCHRISTIANSEN VOWS TAKEN HERB Miss Viola Christiansen and Gail Bailey both of Mason City were married Thursday afternoon at 5 oclock at the Free Methodist par sonage the pastor the Rev Charles Yottor officiating Mr Bailey Is employed at a local garage The j couple will make its home in the city A M O S A special meeting of the A M O S will be held Saturday night p m in the I O O F hall Important business is to be trans acted and all members are urged to be present Lindy on His Way GREENSBORO N C April 12 Charles A Lindbergh took the air at the Greensboro airport at this morning after spending the night here while enroute to New York JUST NEW HATS IK Decreed by Paris f Becomingly Smart for both the chic Miss and the Youthful Woman 00 50 At Lundbergs youll find hats of better qual ity and smarter style than is usually featured at these prices Tomorrows shoppers will find an unusual se lection of new hats at Limdbergs Advance summer felts straws hair Perle Viscas and cro chet viscas in a wonder ful selection of new col ors all headsizes Hourwavs to a WLans tlearti F Nature and Soring Is Topic at P T A Affair Mrs D H Fitzpatrick gave an in teresting talk on Nature and Spring before the members of the Woodrmv Wilson ParentTeachers association which met Thursday af ternoon Mrs Ralph Lloyd Jones of the American Legion auxiliary ex plained the Girls Hobby show which will be held in May and urged inter est in the exhibit A musical pro gram was presented by al of the grade children Following the business meeting a luncheon was served which included a donation of ice cream from the Hutchinsori Ice Cream company So live that if the emergency arises you will be able to land on one News PLEASING a mans surprising him with new is easy if you use Knox Sparkling Gelatine Why not try the delightful recipes on this page In one package of Knox delatina there is enough gelatine to make all generous serv ings of each And write for Mrs Knoxs newest book on dainty is free if you mention your grocer s name Charles B Knox Gelatine Co 300 Knox Avenue Johnstown N Y All from one package of s Llnff ft tut ln oi of parnHJieit with hilvw Of xifcM 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