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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa JN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY MARCH 111929 PAINTING EXHIBIT OF SIX IOWA ARTISTS COMES TO CITY Mrs Page to Address Club on Roses Or Weston Also Speaker at Outdoor Life Meeting Wednesday Hit B HAYMOXD WESTON local physician will give a talk on Birds beforethe members of the outdoor lite department of the Wom ans club at the special meeting at the library aasomblyroom Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock An added feature on the program will be the talk on Roses which will begiven by Mrs Harry D Page who Is a prominent member ot the Amer ican Rose society Mrs W G C Bagley chairman of tha department announced that charts on rose gar dens will bo distributed to all present the meeting Wednesday POSTPONE CLUB Tjhe L U G A club has postponed Every Seneys DIAMONDS are more popu lar there is a reason Us meeting until Thursday March 28 when the hostess will be Mrs John Scnartz Hock Fails Beginners and Swimmers to Take Red Cross Tests On Saturday March 16 the be Sinners and swimmers Red Cross tests will be given the two divisions from 3 to 5 oclock according to an nouncement of Miss Stephanie Schultz Red Cross examiner who will bo assisted by Miss Agnes Helblg ex etutlve secretary of the local Hed Cross chapter All those who did not tike the last tests or were not prapurtd at that time will have tills opportunity to take the tests It was announced that the Girl Reserves hart ntered tho ticket contest of the Y W C A swim ming pool week Tha contest will last one Miss Schultz Begins New Class of Rhythmic Dances A new class of Instruction In rhythmic dancing has been started at the Y W C A by Miss Stephanie Schultz instructor and this class ln cluiies girls of the ages from S to 10 years There are now three classes of rhythmic dancing the Instructor announced the new one on Monday afternoon from to oclock one on Thursday afternoon for tiny tots and one on Friday for girls over 10 years LOANED TO NEEDY WOMEN BY MASON CITY CLUB In 1024 the president of the local Business and Professional Womens club Miss Beulah Randolph was standing In the lobby at the Honford She was talking with one of the com mittee chairmen about the possibility of an education fund A traveling man standing by listened to the conversation and at the close ho said I wonder if you will accept a small contribution to open this fund Opened Fund j He pulled a five dollar bill from his pocket and the president ana com mittee chairman put It down to his credit and possibly when he arrives at Heavens gate Saint Peter will have the news of the good deed for advance copy For tlis education fund has grown The next year a refund ot from state convention expense added Then energetic committees staged competitive vaudeville shows and slowly the fund grew until now has bean loaned to girls needing money At the present time is out on loan A sum of J250 has been paid back and part of It reloaned so that J12U15 is for use Iirst Beneficiary Pays In February articles of incorpora tion were drawn up by a committee under the leadership of Miss Joy RIdgway In March trustees of the loan fund were elected The new trus tees are Miss Lydla Margaret Bar rotte Miss Joy Kidgwayand Mrs Irene Bell It is ot interest In connection with the Mason City education loan fund to note that the first beneficiary of the loan fund has paid back her entire obligation and was taken into mem bership of the club at the last meet Ing Two Basketball Games on Y W C A Floor Monday The Y TV C A Independents will meet the high school Whoopees at 7 oclock Monday evening In the first basketball clash at the Y W C A this season Miss Stephanie Schultz physical director announces At 8 oclock the T N T team will com pete with the Baptist basketball team Y W C A 5m Reserved for Teachers Basketba Beginning Monday evening Marc 11 the hour from 6 to 7 oclock wl ht reserved every Monday evening a the Y W C A gymnasium for all th teachers of the local schools who wisl to practice basketball It was an nounced by Miss Stephanie Schultz physical director of the Y W C A LICENSES Marriage licenses have been is sued to Waldo Hanson Brlcelyn Minn and AHco Haugen Congei Minn and to Stanley Baltunla and Ju lia Tiekal both of Mason City LET YOUR HANDS GET OLD Til preserves the satiny sup pleness and texture youth Instantly whitens rjANDS UP Lets look 4c them Do they JL giye away your make you ap pear older than you ate Thats a trick hands have unless you watch them carefully The famous youthful grandmothers of stage and so tie ty say chat th eir hardes t struggle to keep younglooking is with their hands Nowhere does age so quickly betray itself as in their suppleness and texture Look at your own hinds Do they look like the supplemilkwhite hands of a debutante Or do they show at a glance how busy they areathomekeeping and office tasks Are they Workscarred red and rough Traced with tiny grimy lines chat soap a wont remove Prematurely Never mind No matter how much you use matter how unsightlythey may be can make them as exquisitely white and soft as if you kept them demurely folded in your lap New Beauty for Your Hands in 2 minutes An amazing new kind of cream will do for your ha two min u exp ensi ve massage and rejuvenation treatments do fot your complexion A twominute test with THING Hand Creme pronounced as this marvelous cream is called will prove your hands naturally white and youthful Con sistent use of THING will keep them thatway Ins tantJyTHiNc banishes anydrynessorirri away every bit of roughness Its like a touch of magic bringing your hands new loveliness whileyou wait No wiping it off for it leaves no trace of greasiness No waiting for it to ntry accents thetr smart perfection THINC Hand Creme is unique It is not a cold cream vanishing cream or lotion but a wholly newpreparation especiallydesigned to preserve the precious beauty of youc hands It has the unqualified endorsement of Good Housekeeping Note the Instantaneous Improvement milling 1UL JL UJ m f diyforit is instanrlyabsorbed THiNcmakes simple twominute test before you go your hands as smooth and cool and white as smooch a bitofTuwc on one ala bister Efficient Office typing handling smudgy carbons sorting through daily files all paying for it with a tracery of fine lines With THMC to protect them your tancti can be alutaymttractive hand and then compare that hand with the other You can plainly see the instant whiten ing theastonishing improvement Leave the dainty cream on your hands all night and see whata difference there is inthemorning De penduponTHiNcalways to preservethecharm and youth Get THING Hand Creme at any drug store toilet counter or beauty shop and make the rwominure test tonight Money back if not completely delighted P KONOUNCED THINK M Jt WHEW T li 1 Ji A Ci O F lfe TfHNC thitM that you uill en tuiy antf in tbt srf vtTtJopoftitryiirof THING Httnd Crtmt Rtmtrrjfrr that h Qrsrounftdtbttjmt li A U T V Lists Art of Instructor at Coe College All Members of Womans Club Invited to Meeting Tuesday 66TNIIE Artists Medium will be jl thesubject discussed by Mrs B Raymond Weston at the meeting of the art department of the Mason City Womans club as sched uled for Tuesday afternoon March 12 at oclock at the public library A large attendance is anticipated as after the art meeting the regular el ection of officers for Womans club will be held The art department appreciates Hie opportunity to be hostess In a certain sense to the entire membership of the club Miss Lydia M Barrette chair man stated And a number ot the women have expressed their nleasun in the thot that they will see an Interesting exhibit of painting In ad ditton to taking care of the business of he club It aeems especially for lunate that the canvasses for this ex blblt are the work of six Iowa artists The program ot the art department this year has centered around tha work of local artists and the culmhta tion of the study and enjoyment will come at this last meeting of tho de partment for this year Studied Abroad Miss Barretto says there are iivo fine paintings by Grant Wood who studied at the Art Institute of Chi cago He lias made numerous trips abroad for study and has just re turned from Bavaria Those who re member the steep red roofs of Nur emberg will enjoy the picture of his louse by the church He also has in he exhibit a picture of a fountain in Nuremberg a green and orange house n Munich and a bit ot tho Latin Quar er in Paris Grant Wood Is the designer of the ew Memorial building window This s considered tho largest paned glass vindow in tho United States A painted screen a Btlll life study if flowers in a prey vase against a Teen screen will Interest many of the members of the art department Grant VooS devotes ail of Ws time to paini ng Altho there Is ono picture of the lUxemburg gardens among those that farvin Cons is exhibiting mast of his ictures are Iowa in theme as well as xecuted by an Towa artist Teaches Art Marvin Cone teaches art at Cos ollege Ho Is a graduate that in titutlon and also a graduate ot thn Art Institute Hfs ravorlfe subject for alntlng ig the and especially vhen cloud filled He approximates harles H Davis in this respect but ever with any attempt at imitation It Is of interest to know how artists rork Mr Cone makes his observa ons In nature and then paints entlre r from his memory and a poetic im gination His work Is simple and strong hero is a suggestion of quiet repose n the wide sky spaces and a keen up reclation for what is truly lovely In he cloud filled billowing landscape istas In the pictures by J P Nash In 10 exhibit there Is a child portrait lat is not for sale Mr Nash Is also product of the Art Institute He has udled under Hawthorne Bellows ana eyfCert and Is much interested in nor ralt work 1ortrays lown He also is well awaro of the beauty Iowa in all her moods He deiighlg n portraying her in her richest cos umes There are four pictures sent ut by Mr Nash in this exhibit from 10 Little Gallery Edwin Bruns another Iowa artist a great admirer ot Daniel Garber nd the admiration Is reflected in his same love of graceful elms itli their pendant branches swaying ko soft festoons Is present Leon Zemnn a young Bohemian in edar Rapids tenches art in one of le local junior highs and is most in Tested in figure painting Zorn has fluenced nim both In color and treat ment of subject matter Syrian Boy is done in 76rn palette David JtcCosh has just returned from France where he was studying art on a travel fellowship won at the Art Institute Facility of brush work and pure vibrant color characterize his work together with a strong and trenchant hnndllnpr of subject matter MINNESOTA COUPLE MARRIED HERE Miss Alice Haugen of Conger Minn and Waldo Hanson of Brlcelyn Minn were married at the homo ot Mr and Jfrs George Schriver 1703 South Delaware avenue Witnesses were Mr and Mrs Georpe Selirivcr DR C E DAKIN 0R C B DAKIN local physician and city health officer will be the speaker at the meeting of the current events department of the Womans club Wednesday noon at the Y W G A following the luncheon at oclock His topic will be Hecent Advancements in the Field ot Med ical Science consisting largely of a discussion of new work in the preven tion infectious diseases Reserva tions or regrets should be telephoned to Miss Leone McGhee at the Y W C A Tuesday afternoon from 1 to 4 oclock SOCIAL and Mr and Mrs O M Hanson par ents of the bridegroom The Rev R T Erholra was officiating pastor Tho couplo will live in Brlcelyn Get Up Nights Kidneys Act Poor Try New Test TUESDAY Womans club General Election of officers at the public li brary at oclock at close of art exhibit Irt department Womans club Meets at library at oclock Ex hibit of paintings to be shown prior to election at general meeting iVatanyo Will meet for oclock lunch eon at the Hanford Hostess Mrs C E Burretts 76 Linden drive Leader Mrs Michael Topic Spaniard T N T club Meets for oclock dinner at the YW c A Matinee Hostess Mrs D E Wells 12G Thirteenth street northeast Beach Carpenter HartleyDorothy Weston Anna Holahan Oweso Hostess Mrs P W Collins 103 Thirteenth street northeast i UjroIffn Hostess Miss Genevieve Smith 42S Fourth stroet southeast Central Cliild Stiuly Will meet at the Central school au ditorium Tuesday evening at oclock Topic Parents aiid Sex Ed ucation Leader Mrs McArthur PomGo Hostess Mrs M O Dalvoy 1414 12ast state street Wnnilbino Will meet at oclock at the DamonIgou tea primlcn Hostess Mrs Frank Schmidt Ounce of Pound of Disapproval in Building SelfConfidence By AL1CK JUDSOX PEALE No child should be allowed to fall continuously for constant failure breeds the habit of failure When tho school child brings home a series of bud reports xvhen parents and teachers unite in condemning hJs class work his home work hie be luvvior when there is not one bright spot on bis horizon things are bound to go from bad to worse He conies to think ot himself as a good for noth ing and every fresh experience is sure to bear out his estimate of himself He becomes sunk in hopeless Inferiority which blights every effort irx the right direction When therefore the childs behav ior Is such as to bring him Into disap proval on all sides It Is especially Im portant that ho should find some tiling In which ho can succeed and for wliicli ho may be praised He must be helped to excel in womothing in order that ho may build the aelf confidence which will ennble him to attack the situations which are difficult for him The boy wlio falls in his class work should perhaps hrivc his curriculum broadened to include manual training art or dramatics If his conduct at I3o You Ot Up Nights suffer fro Backache madder Weakness Burn ins Leg or Groin Pains sinil niieu matlc aches Uo your kidneys func tion poorly Do you feel old tired lieplcas Then why not try the Cystex Hour Teat Tho Worlds largest drug stores have recommended and guaranteed THNNFR FOK nearly a million packages with re1 rt OYn fl WIIIPPI V markable results No narcotics or I IK habit form Ins drugs rist of safe in LIyi o wninplo IDS First slirct home is unsatisfactory it may help lo permit him lo join club activities which he will be helped to learn some of the lessons of social existence which fnquently arc bard to ac qure at home For just as failure breeds failure so success breeds success When lie han found something which he does well which brincrs him approval and nlllnn lie Is far more llkoly tn attack with Bond spirit the IhlujTS lhit aro hnrd for him In checking the habit of failure it In wise lo boar in mint Hint I an ounce of praise Is worth a pound of lie pains enable yon to sleep won feel like new mul full of Only If completely siitisfaeiory ollior wise your money back Iminudlalcly on Whipplc Seriuul slrrct norih went Ten KUOSIK were liulol ine Mr and Mrs U CI uf Norlhwoucl Federation of Clubs to Debate on Question of Education Personality Which is the greater factor In busi ness success education or personal ity So challenging does the National Federation of Business and Profes sional Womens clubs consider this topic that it Is urging debates on the subject in its local clubs during Busi ness and Professional Womans week The argument as to what factors Insure success Is ageold and tho ques tion as to whether educational equip ment or natural Hair advances a man or woman farther is a vitally interest ing phase of It Henco business and professional womens clubs which debate the sub ject are asked to have a team of two a man nnd a woman to debate each elno of the question and to have three people of high standing to act as judges Data concerning the do batea will be collected In the national office and an interesting contribution to agenda on the subject will be com piled Tnnummerable instances occur In which apparently personality has played a large part in the success of some outstanding figure in ths busi ness world Notably Is personality a factor in success in the salesmanship field But in many of these instances It IB personality coupled with educai tion that has won tho day Then the question arises which was the domi nant factor There Is endless field for specula tion and there Is likely to be a marked difference between masculine and fem inine viewpoint on the question HARDING SCHOOL P T A Tarren G Harding P T A meets Thursday afternoon at oclock The program will be as follows Masa singing of P T A aongs groups songa fifth and sixth grades cornet solo Hugo Clemens talk Mrs J H Marston Is the School Better Un derstood and tha Home Life Enriched uy Our P T As Vocal duet Mrs S A Grow and Mrs W K Wood reading MIT Virginia HiHe ica solo Ralph Puller They say Mussolini talks to hlmsn but doubtless hes Just addressing the Rivers Reporter Makes Skin Look Velvety The skin of youth lies in every if new wonderful MBLLOGLO Paco Powder The purest powder made its color is passed by the U S Gov ernment No pastiness fiaklness or Irritation A new French 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