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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                Group Hears 3 Addresses at Meeting Contribution Voted to Com munity Chest by BPWCiub Members of the Business and Pro tessional Womens club met for din ner and a program Thursday eve ning at the Hotel Hanford with the education chairman Miss Eva Scott in charge of arrangements and Miss Joy Ridgeway Misa Lydia M Bar rette and Dean Slgvart Rugland as speakers A contribution was voted to the Community chest Dean who had for his topic Economic Factors Which Ef fect Our Community pointed out that one of tho difficulties of the present economic system arises from the fact that the farmer can not keep pace with the manufactur er because he cannot specialize and increase the speed of production as can the manufacturer The outcome of the problem will probably see the establishment of a peasantry as have typical problems in the past Marketing Agencies The wealth through marketing agencies in all probability exceeds the wealth of the farmer in produc ing the raw materials Dean Rug iand said He listed the factors of marketing1 as assembly storing in surance selling transportation and Preservers To prevent draughts around win dows fill crevices with melted wax It can easily be removed or re placed when necessary vi ewjoiuiiiition ana finance Manufacturing is second ary to marketing In this commun ity as a wealth producingagencj Fault of Angels by Paul Korean and Presenting Lily Mara by TarkingtonJ Books of History In the books of history Biogra phy of Cecil Rhodes Mark Sulli vans new volume on the war years and H G Wells Shape of Things to Come chronological novels An thony Adverse by Hervey Allen The Farm by Louis Bromfield As the Earth Turns by Gladys H Carroll Master of Jalna byDeLa Roche The Last River by Gals worthy Lamb in his Bosom by Caroline Miller Vanessa by Hujrh Walpole For biography Misa Barretts named The Journal of Gamaliel Bradford edited by Van Wyck Brooks and The Mirrors of Wall Street character novels Miss Bishop by Bess Streeter Aldrich and Wonder Hero by J B Priest ly plays Both Your Houses by Maxwell Anderson and Alien The city county state and fed mystery stores Thlr era governments are represented to nTrt Mason City as wealth producing Un by Eberhart agencies There are also thTprof Murder Case by Van sional people who do not create ma wstlellers Llttle Man vviat terial wealth in themselvesbut Hans Life Be sell their services ueraselves Duc gins at Forty by Pitkin Magnifi MJss Barrctte commented briefly antniSbfsson bv and on a list of books selected from faU Gunea publications which might interest group Miss Barrette the business woman Tne list fnclud named Edwin Arlington Robinsons ed on economics Planned Monev k and oooks about women by Sir Basil Black and Recovery Tme Like the Present by by Sir Arthur Salter art Art and Jameson Angels and Ama Nature Appreciation bv Onvdke ons by Inez HaJes and Mary and The Autobiograph of Alice B Beards history of women s Toklas by Gertrude Stein novels L Mlss Joy a his of the artistic temperament The scholarship loan Performance by Baptists Opens Year New Dramatic Organization Starts Season With Melodrama The Baptist Dramatic club pre sented its first play Mother OMine Thursday evening in the church The club was founded to study and present plays and the first study meeting had been scheduled for Friday evening at the P G and E j Mother OMine a melodrama had in its cast Catherine Wiley as tho mother Charles Hilton Jerry an orphan boy Evelyn Schrader Martha Esther Envin Mary her daughter Irene Hamblin Mrs Whitcomb Clarence Moore Deacon Whltcorab Winifred Boyer Lillian their daughter Lyle Curtis Joe Dick Martin his son Phil Evans the sheriff Don McMurray the deputy Ardis Blackwell Letty The play under the direction of Mrs Forest Jacobs was well cast and competently performed Mr Jacobs was in charge of properties Miss Ruby Johannsen costumes and Mr and Mrs Carl Wright makeup The Congregational Sunday school orchestra under the direction of H D Makeever played before the per formance and between acts Following the play the cast was entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs W H Hathorn 654 East Stat street The study program Friday nigh has been scheduled to include mu sic by Carol Younger a paper on Mystery and Miracle Plays by Alta Johannsen and the reading o a miracle play by Mrs w H Hathorn GOWN WITH PRINCESS LINES Pwrless 15 Ctnt tattem soo Fifth Avennt New Y0k cit By OLANA D4V Style Shpppe State at Federal Cpme to Our PARTY Ita oar Values Style at Savings Hats for every oc casion All head sizes every color Values to 100 Fine Hats Selected from Stock Go 1 at 2 Price which is conducted by the B P W club to provide help for girls in getting an education The fund amounts to at present and had its beginning in a 55 gift GUESS WHO CLUB CONDUCTS StEETlNG Miss Maude Cunningham enter tained the Guess Who club at Their home 314 West State street Thurs day evening Bridge was played at three tables with high score prizes going to Mrs LaVerne Sweiger Miss Mary Considine of Clear Lake and Miss Luella Sweiger Miss Helen Gleason and Miss Sweiger were i guests I CENTURY CLUB SETS MEETING DATE DEC 1 Century club of the Congregation al church has postponed its No vember meeting to Dec 1 because of the seventyfifth anniversary celebration of the church The De cember committee includes Mr and Mrs H D Makeever Mr and Mrs David Cast Mr and Mrs Ear Eh lers Mr and Mrs C W Abbott Mrand Mrs Roy L Bailey R N A HEALTH CLTJB CONDUCTS MEETING Members of the R N A Health club met Thursday at Eagles hail with Mrs J C G Johnson Mrs William Griebling Mrs Gertrude Johnson and Mrs Charles Lee as hostesses Bridge was played with high score prizes for guests going to Mrs D E Sullivan and for mem bers to Mrs Dolph Miller and high score 500 prize for guests to Mrs Anna Alickson and for members to Mrs Marybelle Schmitz Bits About Em Miss Dorothy Decker daughter of Mr and Mrs Jay E Decker 11T Second street southeast left Thurs day for Minneapolis to begin voice study under the direction of Mrs Sherman formerly of MacPhail school Miss Harriet Copeland of Chart ton has arrived for a visit at the home of Dr and Mrs H D Hoi man 615 Second street northeast Mr and Mrs C O Pasnau 1108 West State street plan to spend the weekend at Fairmont Minn But even so much more important is its simplicity carried out in black sheer wool The vest of white bengaline satin dates back to prewar elegance It is cleverly designed to givethe figure a tall gracious silhouette The skirt has ample swing for comfort It s an opportunity to have a stun ning dress at a marvelous saving In cost Its simplicity Itself to make It Rabbitshalr woolen mixtures checked tweed woolens faille crepe silk and silk and wool novelties are other suitable mediums like immensely Style No 571 is designed for sizes 16 18 20 years 36 38 40 and 43 inches bust Size 36 requires 2 yards 54inch material with yard 35inch con trasting Our Fall and Winter Fashion Magazine in addition to new pat tern styles for women and children contains valuable beauty articles It is a book every reader should have and Its price will be saved many times for the patterns are nominally priced and very economical in mate rial requirements Price of book 10 cents Price of pattern IS cents In stamps or coin coin is preferred 1 Wrap coin carefully Do not send to Mason City but address GlobeGazette pattern de partment 200 Fifth avenue New Tork City Wecan expect to enjoy no better government than the type we de cide upon at the polls Lorain Journal For MORE than 25 YEARS WE HAVE SERVED THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY WITH And Other Merchandise in the Floral Line It has been our aim to serve you with seasonable stock prompt delivery and proper credit extension at reasonable prices During these years we have given employment to many people paid taxes and assumed the other community obli gations that a reputable firm should carry We Respectfully Invite Your Continued Patronage Kembles Greenhouse Phones G556 1205 South Federal rars William Sanders 919 Jefferson ave nue northwest has arrived home from conservation camp at Back Bone state park for a few days Miss Evelyn Schrader daughter Mrs W G Schrader 825 Third street southeast drove to Minneapolis Friday for a visit with Miss Maxine Beerman a student at theUniversity of Minnesota CLUB MEETS WITH MRS VOLDING thfmr Voldine entertained the IDLRS club at luncheon Thurs day afternoon at 1 oclock at the FordHopkins tearoom Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs Forrest Jacobs and Mrs Don McAviley and low to Mrs Howard Rice Mrs D L Johnson of Manly and Mrs Rice were grjests O N O CLUB BIEETS AI CHRISTIAN HOME Mrs Melvin Christian entertainei the O N O club at her home 151 Carolina avenue northeast Thurs day Fivehundred was played a four tables with high score prize going to Herman Bohnsack and low to Crawford The next meeting wll He with Mrs Everett McKec 1G41 Washington avenue northwest Social Calendar FRIDAY Hearthstone dinner oclock Mrs C L Marston 710 Carolina avenue northeast Mrs W V Loring assisting Our Saviours Luther 8 oclock church Mrs Andrew Olson hostess SATURDAY Browning clubr Priest hostesses Mrs Rob Roy Cerney Miss Mollie McGowan lesson V C T and oclock P G and E Less Child Is Obliged to Think About Clothes Better for Well Being By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH There is no fixed rule which can UM to cover the reactions of children to the way they are dressed Some children are clothes con scious seemingly from birth others are always Indifferent to the way they are dressed and still others may change at adolescence from ut ter carelessness to the fussiest care less a child is obliged to ibout his clothes the better Miif M 4that hl3 are un suitable or in any way unlike those ot his companions he is apt to de velop a feeling of inferiority and to cover this may either become shy selfassertive and to nis tempera Progressive Party Held by Tusalatas Guests Entertained TusaJata club members held a progressive party Thursday evening meeting at the Y W C A at 615 oclock and going from there to the East Side Presbyterian church where the main dinner course was served From there the members went to the home of Miss Lenore Gulbranson 6 Vermont avenue southeast for dessert During the evening bridge was played and jig saw puzzles worked with prizes go ing to Miss Margaret Anderson and Miss Helen Meyer Guests included the Fern Plttlnger Hertha Harvey Linda Harriman Margaret Anderson Gladys Hetland Grace Morgan Teresa Reid Mary Louise Edwards Jerry Johnson and Margaret Rob bins New members taken into the club were Miss Hetland and Miss Reid The committee in charge In cluded Miss Billle Lewis and Miss Thelma Larson The next meeting will be Nov 9 at the Y W C A when Lucile By erly and Alice Kolar will give a skit Estelle Deah piano accordion numbers and Martha Fagan cur rent events McGlNNQUAlNG NEW HAMPTON Nov Catherine Quaing and Virgil Mc Ginn both of Phoenix Ariz were married at St Johns Catholic church Phoenix Ariz The bride groom attended the St Josephs school here and was graduated from the New Hampton high school In 1928 The couple will live in Phoe ni Ariz where the bridegroom is employed In a clothing store NASONniVING GARNER Nov Ir ving daughter of Mr and Mrs Clint Irving livingsouth of Garner was married to Clarence Nason of Rockford HI at Freeport 111 Oct 12 The bride is a graduate of the Garner high school and has been employed at Rockford The bride groom is employed In a photograph studio at Rockford They will live in Rockford In the one case he may time Tips on Contract Wiles of Masters By TOM ONEIL experta Set to here is likely to be de ceitful bidding whichseldom gets them into trouble because thev dont bid a suit in deception unless they have a refuge and unless a def inite purpose is involved Here is a hand from the individ ual masters championship of the American Bridge league GK A GERTFITZGEK AUJ ME SPRINGS Nov 3 Tin marriage of Miss Dorothy Fitzger aid daughter of Mrs Freeman Fltz gerald and Adrian Gragert of Har mony Minn took place in the Fitz gerald home in Lime Springs They were attended by Mrs Annabe Fitzgerald and Cecil Fitzgerald Dr R Lewis Jones pastor of the Pres byterian church read the service Following the service a wedding dinner was served with Mrs A Fitzgerald the brides mother her brothers and their wives and the Rev and Mrs R Lewis Jones as guests Mr and Mrs Gragert have left for Minneapolis They will re side on a farm near Lime Springs COUGH Real Throat relief Medicated with ingredi ents of Vicks VapoRub OVERCOMES BAD BREATH SILVER VALUES Orchid Pattern In Sterling 32 Piece Set S8500 Our Price Only bought before the advance in price WATCHES DIAMONDS he tends to be come an eccentric in selfdefense WS dlssimiarity to the Thlre are of course children so well balanced that they can stand the trial and emerge quite normal but there are so few of these that it is hardly worth while taking the uuMCLT at least makl f d enougrh to make his own decisions What Is on Your Mind Thinking about the cold wintry days and how to keep your feet comfortable Leave It to LAIRDC 14 East State St Where Shoes Are Really Fitted rtMH f child s clothes are the better Plain and simple things always can be made to fit into the byrsomie f modification or ad dihon And what the child really de sires is protective coloring which Where possible It is well to let h have WCre vulnfiiable North UCtlJn With a club much of aSSed Southwith tremen on a ViDgle Spade a sln on ace of hearts and a biddable diamond atiit visioned slam He 0 dS t0 force North id four diamonds over three diamonds It was a nulaanre bid u uUBwo his wardrob so Ions as hp it within the bounds and economy He knows best what requirements are and how he Davenport Times Dr W 0 JENSEN Optometrist A Specialized Service for those in need of Glasses Eyes Fitted Broken Lenses Duplicated Repairing Neatly Done IJvcrgood Br3 Store 110 North Federal Ave bldsPadesI addition if and South should play slam in clubs as seemed likely to West WantC North doubled the four diamonds to show South his opening was not that he actual some high card atrength East put n a rour heart bid South accept J the message of North jumped to six clubs West sacrificed aT hearts East was set three at a cost of 900 points South would have had no difficulty in making a little slam clubs giving his side 1370 fnts it was duphcate scoring In con Ue made By normal bidding without deceit he club slam would have been of fered and East and West woura lave sacrifled six hearts CLOSING OUT 300 SAMPLE AND CLOSEOUT LINES OF STATIONERY These are big values every one pre viously sold from 75c to and are irom one quire to one and onehalf quire sheets and envelopes TWO NUMBERS OF POUND PAPERS AT GREAT SAVINGS YELLAND HANES DAVISBISONG NEW HAMPTON Nov Don Davis of Oelweln and Blanche Bl ong of McGregor have been licena to wed FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT PHONE 1360 THE FLOWER SHOP FORMERLY SANDVS FLOWERS 16 FIRST ST S E Mrs W P Essex will present her piano pupils in a recital Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock at her home do Washington avenue southwest MRS L H TRIPP HONORED AT PARTV Mrs Maybelle Blaise 125 Cres cent drive entertained at a fare weu party for Mrs L H Tripp who is leaving next week for City to make her home Mrs Blaise was assisted by Mrs Jay Tubblafng H Hancher and Mrs G Ji WOMEN OF MOOSE CABD CLUB MEETS Mrs I J Children 223 Third street northwest entertained the Women of the Moose card club at her home Thursday Five hundred was played with high score prize going to Mrs Henry Miller and low to Mrs B Hanner MISS RUTH THOMPSON HOSTESS TO CLUB Miss Ruth Thompson entertained members and friends of the Ruth Learner Mission club of the Central Lutheran church Thursday evenin at her apartment Mrs R A Skaare sang accompanying her self on the imperial harp The Rev Mr Kam Mn sketched the early life of David Livingston Following the business meeting refreshments were served Smarter Styles Better Quality for 1920 f M WUKTEBY AJtn SATISFACTION WITH SVgRy PURCHASE Annual Winter Display and Selling of Albrechts Fur Coats Saturday Nov 4th Especially featuring Hudson Seal and Gen uine Sealskin Areana Otter Japanese Mink Muskrat Pony Eaccoon Northern Seal coats and all other quality furs Albrechts Representative in Charge Complete facilities for special orders Fur Coats priced un usually low for this offering May we ask you to tell your friends about this showing too Price range See You Tomorrow Theres n Style and a Size Everyone Announcing THE OPENING OF JOHNSTONS FLOWER SHOP 10 First St N W SATURDAY NOV 4 FREE ROSES TO THE LADIES BOB JOHNSTON Manager FORMERLY OF SANDYS WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Roses dozen 79c Pompoms dozen 79c Pompom Plants 79 Large Mums dozen Narcissus Bulbs dozen49c Narcissus Bulbs in Bowls 39 Straw Flowers Large Bunches 39 Special Assortment of Straw Flowers and Grasses 69c Ivy Plants Branching Type 19c to 89c Modernistic Metal Vases or Baskets Filled with Artificial Flowers 9gc Novelty Plants in Novel Potsigc to 49c Open 7 A M to 9 P M FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Flowerphone 223 1   

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