Mason City Globe Gazette, February 6, 1934

Mason City Globe Gazette

February 06, 1934

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1934, Mason City, Iowa SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 6 1934 MRS W W REMINGTON TO GIVE FOURTH IN LECTURE Department Subject Is New Trends Economics of Recovery Program to Be Discussed Mrs W W Remington Minne apolis will address the current events department of the Womans club Wednesday afternoon at 1 oclock at the Y W C A She has chosen as her topics The Economics of the Recovery 5 Rs of A Changing Political and Social Sketch of The Green Bay Tree by Mordaunt Contrast Be tween Material and Moral Issues In volved Mrs Remington is returning to Mason City after a two months ab sence Since her last appearance here she has given a number of lec tures in Chicago Mrs Remington also has a newly organized current events class in Minneapolis Mrs Remington will give her last lecture of the season here March 7 The current events committee in cludes Mrs E S Selby Mrs H B Hasbrouck and Mrs A L Rule Honored at Showers bridal showers were given Miss Elizabeth Erdmann and Miss Ella Naumann Sunday afternoon They will be come the brides of Henry Goetz and Leonard Klocke respectively in church weddings next week Mon day and Tuesday Guests Are Entertained and Mrs J Melzer and daughters Mary stu dent at Minneapolis and Frances of Lyle were guests at the Clifford Ellgen home Wife Preservers Prepare the canned vegetable in its own liquor Season as carefully as you would the fresh vegetables cooked In your own kitchen Lime Creek P T A to Present Plays Miss Molly a comedy in two acts will be presented under the auspices of the P T A of Lime Creek district No 2 Thursday and Friday at oclock at the school with a cast including Mrs George Alorken Mrs Raymond Schmitz Norman Rath Marcella Bistline Ralph Guild Ruth Missildine Rus sell Bistline and Lila Behm The school is three and onehalf miles west of Plymouth or three miles south of Manly on the Ply mouth road Marcella Bistline is the teacher and special numbers will be fea tured both evenings Friday night the Cerro Gordo county orchestra will play Refreshments will be serv ed at the close of the entertainment COUPLES WEDDED AT MANLY 1ARSONAGE MANLY Feb following couples were recently married by the Rev George G Parker in the Lutheran parsonage Miss Ernestim E Lawyer Osage to Guy W Pen nlngton Austin Minn and Miss Lola Lether Albert Lea to Georgi Knutson Albert Lea Valentine Card Party Planned at Holy Family Among the last of preLentcn so cial affairs will be a Valentine ben efit card party to be held in the ioly Family auditorium Friday eve ning at 8 oclock under the spon sorship of the Ladies Aid of Holy amily church Mrs J B Marek and Mrs J E McMahon are in charge of arrange ments Assisting will be Mrs harles Brady Mrs W L Bliss Mrs Leo Davey Mrs Ralph McCar ron Mrs J J Burnett Mrs A B Finley Mrs S A OBrien Mrs Fred Gates Mrs Charles Casey and Mrs Erwin Ziegler Both auction and contract bridge and 500 will be played at the party An advance ticket sale is being con ducted by the members of the La cHes aid Auxiliary of Legion I Seeks to Equal Last j Seasons Membership Mrs Claude A Thomas member ship chairman for the local unitof the American Legion auxiliary has received word from Mrs Helen Kneeland of Clermont fourth dis trict membership chairman of the beginning of an intensive drive to bring the fourth district back to its standing of last year The fourth district was first in membership last year and prizes are being offered of 55 to each class of unit to the one bringing in the most members between Jan 25 and Feb 15 Mason City is in the class of 200 or over and the only other city in the class is Decorah The local commit tee has already begun work for the prize Mrs Thomas has asked that any newcomers who are eligible to membership get in touch with her LINES ARE SLIMMING SURPLICE EFFECT OF BODICE DROPPED SHOULDER LINK CLEVERLY DESIGNED SLEEVES APPEALING iJokeOnzelte 15 fcnl Inltern 200 FtMh Arenoc iOTli Cfly By DIANA DAY FQREJON WE RCA Victor ALL WAVE GLOBE TROTTER RADIOS H 1ERE are two new RCA Victor which in addition to bringing in standard domestic programs are designed to cover the field of international short wave broadcasts Own one of these great Globe Trotters and youll bring a thrill into your home entertainment like nothingelse Scheduled international entertainment pro grams are on the air in addition to scores of exciting and interesting commercial amateur police and aviation broadcasts The fan of hunting for and getting these plus the regular home programs make the RCA Victor Globe Trotter an enviable possession for any home Well welcome an opportunity to demonstrate one for you The All Wave GlobeTrotter is available in either a beautiful console or table type cabi net Tuning facilitated by the use of the novel airplane type dial the vernier tuning with a speed reduction of 50 to 1 Ail Wave Globe Trotters are designed to cover from 555 to 16 meters or standard programs plus international and other short wave broadcasts MODEL 140 dtl Wave Superbtttrodfnc Qfabe Trtlter 240 AS Wave Superheterodyne CjJebe Trotter Cfmpltti tritt LIBERAL TRADEIN ALLOWANCE VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Ave rhonc 708 This model is adaptable to many figures and its not at all difficult ic fashion Several are the schemes which will be lovely for this model Black crepe silk as sketched is charming while bright colored crepe silks youll also find delightfully re freshing and chic gold turquoise vivid coppery red peacock and vivid green arc especially popular Lightweight woolens also make up very attractively in this model Style No 39S is designed for sizes 14 IS 18 20 years 36 35 and 10 inches bust Size 16 requires 3s 5ards of 39 inch material The Essence of Fashion AH summed up for you is this ex citing Boole of Fall and Winter Fash ions and Patterns If you pride your self on being in the fashion know you cant afford to miss it Youll find the editorials amusing and helpful Sure Cure for the Blues contains valuable tips Send for your copy today Price of book 10 cents Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps r coin coin is Wrap coin carefully Do not send to Mason City but address GlobeGazette Pattern De partment 200 Fifth Avenue New York City Social Calendar TUESDAY 398 Bits About Em MrsA R Lenz instructor of dis trict No 2 O E S held a school of instruction at Osagc Monday af ternoon and attended a meeting of the chapter in the evening Others attending from Unity chapter No 5S were Mrs F J Crawford worthy matron F E Wells Mrs George M Buck Mrs John Balfanz Mrs F L Hudson Mrs R A Wash burn Mrs S M Iacker Mrs Jess Mathewman and Mrs Helena Bruna Guests were alsopresent froni Manly and Charles City Mrs Leriz will hold a school of instruction at Manly on Thursday and at City March 13 Mrs Harry Zebker 131 Ninth street northwest has left for Phil adelphia and New York and other cities in the east where she plans to spend a month visiting A J Parson was honored al a dinner given by his daughter Mrs Nellie Kecgan 16 Indiana avenue southeast Monday evening on the occasion of his eightieth birthday One of his three children Mrs Otto Van Wey of Rochester Minn was unable to be present Confiscation of Object of Childrens Quarrel Is Solution of Problem By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH I got it first Its mine No its mine1 Perhaps the human race can he trained to communism but to the average parent of small children a future where mine and thine does not enter the question seems in credible Half the nursery prob lems center about the disputed own ership of what is often the merest trifle which neither child either needs or desires until the other one has it One mother settled every quarrel of this kind by confiscating the ob ject of the altercation The chil dren after a few such experiences learned either to argue noiselessly or not to argue at all After all to fight silently is a good deal a strain and few children will have the strength of mind and persist ence to do it On the whole this system of re moving the cause of the disagree ment savors of the wisdom of Solo mon It settles the matter auto matically at the time and discour ages further repetition of the of fense As a general thing the adult wliio tries to be judicial in Ills decisions and to do the fair thing by hot sides finds himself tangled in a mass of complications By the time he had unraveled tin web he would probably find tha the children had lost interest and were eager to go on with som other game and he would be lef holding a worthless hag Often these nursery squabble are merely a means of letting of steam or stirring excitement The generally occur after a long day o enforced seclusion or when intoros in play is waning Children who ar absorbed in whit they are doin rarely fight for they realize the de lay and interruption that arc bound to ensue I V C A oclock Y W annual mem Ijcrship meeting i Unity chapter O E oclock Masonic temple business session social hour re freshments Women of the oclock Eagles hall Baptist Y W oclock Mrs Walter Need ham 1512 Pennsylvania avenue southeast Clio Mrs Fred Duffield 303 Second Department Hears Talk Music at Y Miss Helen Albertus Tells Activities of Home Economist Members of the young womens department of the Womans club met Monday evening at the Y W C A for a program which included a talk by Miss Helen Albertus home economist for the P G E and music by Miss Jean Barclay Miss Barclay played and sang two original compositions Dream Girl and When You Got Rhythm Right in Your Toes Miss Albertus described the work of a home economist pointing oul that service is the nature of a public utility and that her service was to the home Miss Albertus outlined a typical weeks work which might include going out to various homes to give instructions in the use of any o a number of electrical or gas ap pliances such as stoves sewing ma chines ironing machines ovens washing machines refrigerators o mixers The customer will get bet ter srevice from her appliance i she knows the techmc of using it she said Many smaller articles such a irons toasters and the like ar brought into the office to be ad justed Miss Albertus spoke o seasoning waffle irons giving th scorch test to irons making toast ers work properly In concluding Miss Albertus de scribed the refregerator schools an cooking schools which she conducts Miss Irene Holman presided a the meeting and announced that til Marsballtown players who had bee scheduled for February would ap pear here in March HIUFTV FIXEItS ONDUCT MEETING The Thrifty Fixers club of the 4 l club girls met Saturday at the ome of Ruby and Marie Dyer The rogram consisted of a demonstra on by Eunice Anderson a talk by fiicille Johnson and stunts by Charleen Halght The next meeting f the club wil he March 3 at the ome of Charleen and Amy Haight Frank G Jordan Californias sec etary of state is beginning his wentyfifth year in office EPis Bridge Party Held at Clubrooms Mrs A W Beechei and Dr J L Pauley won high score prizes at the Elks bridge party Monday evening at the clubrooms Hosts for the eve ning were Mr and Mrs F M Pet tis and Dr and Mrs G W Cady The next party will be Feb 19 and Mr and Mrs Lloyd R Roberts aid Mr and Mrs King Vanderwicken will be hosts CENTRAL LUTHERAN members present THE DUTCH BETECTIVE Fel 12 at Monroo School Smarter Styles Better Quality For Less Since 1920 tOUKTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE The Entire Stock of Winter Coats Priced at a Fraction of Their Value street southeast lesson Miss Cora Sundell M T T 8 oclock Mrs James A Manuel 522 Eighth street southeast WEDNESDAY Lincoln Radio C S oclock Mra James Holub 530 Eleventh street northeast lecture Developing Leadership discussion Mrs Ray Bappe D A It board 1 oclock Mrs H L Wright 321 Fourteenth street northwest luncheon for board and commit tee members X E Central Liidlcs oclock Mrs Chris Rye Miss Millie Rye 632 East State street Trinity Kiist IarltHighland oclock Mrs R O Storvick 1027 Second street southwest Baptist ctuirch oclock church supper so cial hour Athenian 6 oclock Mrs M E Keliy 434 Fourth street southeast Miss Margaret Kelly Mrs L M Wood Mrs W B McGrane Mrs J E McDonald Mrs W Martin as sisting Vesleyan oclock church party Jurrcnt events 1 oclock Y W C A Mrs W W Remington mmunuot Scmth 2 oclock Mrs E G Nygren 240 Twentieth street southeast elphlan 2 oclock Y W C A Italian Opera Mrs Seba Vail ilcKlnley C S 2 oclock school broadcast from Ames St Jiunos Ladles Church parlors Mrs Jacob Bueh ler Mrs Raymond Buhr hos tesses Coterie 2 oclock Mrs Mollie Carlson 539 Eighth street southeast Our Saviours Lndies 2 oclock church parlors Mrs H O Urness 10 club Mra J W Johnson 321 Twenty fifth street southwest r E o Mrs George K Davies 818 Wash ington avenue northwest Mrs Lloyd Roberts assisting lesson Mrs James Rao Ladles auxiliary 1o K of R 2 oclock Y W C A U S W V oclock Y W C A A M C mid B It oclock Eagles hall D A R oclock Mrs C V Starr S07 Jefferson avenue northwest Miss Mary Bullock Jefferson and Popular Sovereignty oclock Eagles hall Milwaukee R It Womens 8 oclock clubrooms bridge and 500 party Wnrttmrgr Luther 8 oclock Clara and Hilda Ruhnke and Melvin and Ervin Fcrr P E O 8 oclock Mrs T J Bracken 816 Jefferson avenue northwest les son Mrs F B Woodruff MARTIN PEDERSON HONORED AT PARTY Martin Pederson was honored at a surprise party given by a group of neighbors at his home southwest of the city Four tables of 500 were played and lunch was served at the close of the evening The guests in cluded Mr and Mrs Chester Mil lard and family Mr and Mrs Har old Ames Mr and Mrs Harold Lone Mr and Mrs T G Bishop Shirley Nelson and Miss Vernice Fister and Better These prices sound and when you see the coats your self youllmarvel at the quality the handsome furs workman ship linings and styles Of course these values are always found at Livndbergs during their cleanup Choose now at these clearing prices FUR COATS Sacrificed All our remaining Fur to clean up Get your coats for next winter at these bargain prices Fur Coats and as low as TC up SEE YOU TOMORROW uuvyuiJwg i CHAPMAN S EASY TIME PAYMENT At No Extra Cost FREE TRUCK DELIVERY To Your Door We will wait on you Evenings or Sunday Phone 200 or 3165 Buy Now for Later Delivery We will store your purchase free of charge until wanted Small deposit holds any item until you are ready BUY NOW Ingredients of Vicks ViipoRub in Convenient Candy Form VICKS COUGH DROP Parties Arc Held and Mrs Melvin Kinglestad entcrtniiied a group of friends from Emmonfi and Joicc Saturday evening at a house party Mr and Mrs Herman Turhcck on lertiiincd a number of friends Sat urday evening Dont Be The Greatest Furniture Sale in Chapmans History WHEN EVERY ONE IS TALKING HIGHER PRICES Chapmans Are Offering Lower Prices That Save From 2O to SO Dont be is still expecting bargains will not be disappointed COME IF ONLY TO BE CONVINCED ;

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