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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TREMEN GIVES ARTISTIC READING AT DRA MA s OGIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY Arjrnlsilie Day First Methodist General Aid will meet at the home of Mrs Parke Thomas 36 Oak drive with mem bers of division No 4 nerving Trinity Lutheran General Aid society meet at oclock in the church parlors with Mrs J I Wik airs Axel Hermanson and Mrs R B Vaughn hostesses v Pleasant Rlilgn and Mrs Henry Swanson Daughters of Onion Veterans will meet in the Chamber of Commerce Holy Family Aid society will sponsor 6ard party at oclock in school Harmony Guild of Congregational church is postponed until Nov 18 Delta Alphn Sunday School class of Congregational church will meet at oclock for dinner at theJ B Blythe home Social Mrs J C Nu sent Central Heights Hearthstone Dinner Mr and Mrs A M Avery in P G B auditorium for dinner H the streets of Heaven are ef pure goia it 3s safeto assume the paving wasnt a one by StarCo nrfer words fail s Benejr Diamond of a CANDLELIGHT Four tall slim candles cast their light Across the glass and silver here Upon the napery white and sheer Their wavering shadows rest tonight Here peace and loveliness abide Beneath their flame a feast is spread On sparkling plates of golden bread And every dish The commonplace nas slipped away Here where a tapering candle gleams We are the Uings and queens of dreams For beauty lights the every day IGnstomer Satisfaction ijpth In fit and quality is assured at this whether you buy a pair at six dol A youtHM ftonodel with college pfeeel priced A clever pattern with wide strap and fancy patent or dull with reptile trim A dandy shoe for the grown up school girl S140 The MARYLAND Matrix Model The sole is moulded to your foot A distinctive new tie pattern that hugs the arch and heel and gives you solid comfort and at tractive style Shown in brown kid with lighter trim at blacks at in Leathers for Men This English type in genuine im ported grain is a real one for young men who like the good ones Shown in brown or black at Other grades at fNichols Green Diets That Reduce to Benuty Pro portions The two great causes of excess fat or obesity are too much to cat and not enough exercise Of course there are certain physical aliments that cause obesity and any woman1 who is greatly overweight and cannot reduce by changing her mode of eating and by exercise should consult a doctor Most people take in more food than they need to keep their fires en ergy burning and what does not get worked off with exercise turns into fat your body must do something with every bit of food that goes in it and the layers of fat are the storeroom where it sends what it cannot Your occupation should determine to a large extent how much you eat People who do physical work need much more energybuilding food than the sedentary wockers Weight is Important Important as normal weight is to beauty It Is even more so to your general health and comfort even to your length of life Statistics com piled by insurance companies have shown that a person of 50 years who is 50 pounds overweight has half the expectation of life one of similiar age and normal weight would have FatIs so closely tied up with physi cal health that you must be ex tremely caretul to do your reducing In a way that Is not going to be harm ful Toorapid reduction Is not only bad for health but it is the worst thing in the world for beauty because it makes your face old relaxed per haps sadly wrinkled with unhealthy hallow under your eyes Starvation is too great a shock to your system Also you should be careful not to be gin violent exercise too soon after a Dont Squeeze Blackheads Them Squeezing out makes large ugly The safe and sane way to get rid of these blemishes is to dissolve them Get two ounces of Calonlte powder from your drug store sprinkle a little on a hot wet cloth rub over the blackheads and every one big or will disappear at once Locomo tive Firemen at EAGLESHALL FRIDAY EVE NOV 11 9 P M ADMISSION 50R EXTRA LADY 25c period sedentary life Remember that you cannot undo in a tew weeks the result of years of overeating and Inactivity When you reduce do not starve yourself but select the kind ot foods that force tlie body to draw upon the fat deposits to fill certain needs your eating does not satisfy And bs satis fied with throwing of two pounds a week Foods to avoid are rich salad dress Ing sugar custards candies rich cakes plea rich gravies salmon sljad herring butterfish mackeral fat meat such as pork duck and goose milk marmalades nuts cream coups too much potatoes and bread and butter That list may look cutting out a terrible lot from your possible foods and yet there are justas many good things left that you can eat and stll maintain a reducing diet Hero Is a list of them What to Eat Cottage cheeso made from skim milk eggs any way except buttermijk orange juice lemonade with a little sugar tea or black coffee without sugar tho lean fish like cod flounder haddock clams lobster lean meats such aa beef broiled boiled lean chicken tur key lamb ham burg steak lean ham or bacon You should have plenty of vege tables leafy ones and they are most beneficial uncooked Here is a typical days menu that will help you take off weight and which I have chosen from among those one of the leading dletic authorities Breakfast one orange poached egg two slices of lean crisp bacon onq slice of toast not too thick onecup of coffee black or with milk Instead of cream no sugar Lunch one dish of vegetable soup with two soda crackers lettuce nnd tomato salad with French dressing containinglittle oil one roll and but ter buttermilk Dinner one small lamb chop one small baked ptoato brustle sprouts celery and cabbage slaw one roll skim milk and for dessert grapefruit For reducing specific parts of the body there are certain soaps and jellies to be rubbed In or ycju can do much wih reducing baths How ever I must save these for another week and in my talk tell you about Diets That Build tip Beauty F K CURKIE TALKS TO MADISON p T A Emphasizing tho training of body mind and character F R Currie gave a talk on Character Training at the meeting of tho James Madison P T A Wednesday afternoon In the school audltoVium Two health fitted In well with the address ofthe afternoon were presented by thechil dren of the fourth and fifth grades under the direction of Miss Ella Gib bons Mrs S Schweer reported of the state P T A meeting held recently in Council Bluffs Music for the meet ing was furnished by Browns orches tra i Announcing The Opening of a Neumode Hosiery Agency at Loftus Millinery Eight First Street N W A Unit in the chain of tlio largest hosiery Institution in the world FEATURING WOMENS HOSIERY Pure thread silk well above the jjjfl gC knee full fashioned J Service Chiffon Silk top to full fashioned v Service Chiffon or Service Silk for wear none better made HOSIERY IS SOLD IN MASON CITV ONLY By Loftus Millinery Eight First Street N W THR8LLSN6 LOOK FOR IT TOMORROW NIGHT ALAFAUNTLEROY By JUM1S LJtSBETH Heminlscont of Little Lord Fountle roy Is this frock of black velvet with wide laco collar Pleating on the skirt belt and the lace collar are the trimming features It is sleeveless Hope Hampton MIDLAND CLUB HAS v LUNCHEON AT COLONIAL Entertaining the members of the Midland club at luncheon Wednesday at the Colonial wore Mrs Ella Clljr BOtt Mrs IT A Stephenaon Mrs1 Clint P Shipley and Mrs L A Page Tho club greeted Mrs J J Clark as n new member Mrs Stephenson read several short stories during the aft ernoon Guests other than the club membership were Mrs Prink Lovell Mrs Fred White Mrs W E Web ster and Mrs E C Bond MB ANn MRS CONVEY GIVE DINNER BRIDGE Mrs Carl Jaeger and HarVey J Bryant were winners of tho prizes Slven by Mr and Mrs David H Con vey at a dinner bridge party Wednes dayqvoning fat their home Yellow chrysanthemums were usea to dec orate the three tables tor the dinner Mr and Mrs Convey are having an other dinner bridge at their home Sat urday evening I OP U V TO HOLD ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM Observing Armistice day with a spe cial program to which members the G A ana the CJIear Lake camp ot Daughters of Union Veterans have ieen Invited the members of the lo ail camp will entertain Friday eve ning beginning nt S oclock In the Chamber ot Commerce W P Butler will be the speaker ot the evening and some musical numbers will also be iven BONKEIVJOHNSON MANLY Nov Wednes day evening the marriage ot Miss Lydia Bonker ana Walter Johnson took place at tho homo ot the brides parents Mr and Mrs H IT Bonker Tho bride was dressed in a frock of tan georgct combined with golden brown velvet She was attended by er cousin MLss Alma Nleman of Vlanchester Tho bridegroom waa at tended by Rolf Rislov ot Northwoofl Tileceremony was read by the Rev H Miles pastor ot tho Manly Lutheran church The house was decorated with all eaves bittersweet and chrysanthe mums After tile ceremony a four course dinner was served The couple left for a trip to south ern Iowa and upon their return will maka their home in Northwood COTTINGHAMWILL TvORTHWOOD Nov the iiomo of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Charles D Cottingham the mar rlago of Miss Mabel B Cottingham and Arthur H Will took place Wed nesday noon Tlio Rev T P Shaffer pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church was the officiating minister Following a ten day trip In their car which wilt take them to various points in Iowa and Minnesota the couple will be at homo In Northwood Pres ent at the wedding were the families of the contracting parties and Mrs James Lumbrlck and Mr and Mrs T B Bauffhmnn of Charleston who are relatives of the bride SCHULDTANDERSOX KLEMME Nov Geneva Schuldt and Dr D P Anderson were married Saturday nt Radcllffe The Rev A B Gndye officiated Mrs An derson Is tlio youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs E IT Schuldt She has been clerking in the J N Day depart ment store Dr Anderson is a grad uate of the Kansas Clly Veterinary college and has practised his profes sion In Klenime thopast four years Their wedding date marked the 47th wedding anniversary of tho parents of tlio bride tlm observance ot which was postponed account of the Ill ness of the brides father Mr nnd Mrs Anderson will start housekeeping In tho Ludrkc resilience recently pur chnscil by Ur Anderson The bnibcr snys when n womnn driver nnrrowly misses another wom an driver Its an Tribune Pleases Her Hearers With Indian Tale College Department Head Introduces New Theme in Drama Here Telling an interesting account of In dian legends In which she has been Interested for come time Miss Eva Xremen head ot the public speech department the Junior college and the high school gave a gripping in terpretation ot lied a four act play written by William Ellery Leon ard at the drama tea of the Womens cltib Wednesday afternoon It was the first time that Miss Tre tnen had brot her profession before Mason City clubwomen and her choice of play brot a new line of thct to the drama enthusiasts Has Artistic Cliarm She has an especially pleasing de livery and she showed power and ac tion In the dramatic Incidents Her work showed artistry and her very charming introductory talk gave to the whole a note desired Informal ity Miss Yrernen has made It sort ot a hobby this study of Indian legends and she tola the clubwomen that it was only natural upon her graduation from college to choose something about Indian lore for her graduation production and so she took this Red a story an Indian chief of tho Wlnnebagos The action of the story took place In Wisconsin around the Dells of the Wisconsin river at Devils Lake and at Fort Crawford PIrie de Chlen To those who have been in this country the story was especially vivid and realistic Compared Old With New Plays Miss Trcmen began her program by telling of productions ot In dian lore in white mans plays She gave as an example of the early plays which was pres ented first in 1794 and which depleted the Indian as being extremely cruel and Inhuman Later so much feeling was aroused by these plays the In dian was burlesqued on and modern plays have a tendency to idealize the red man Prior to Miss Tremens part of the program Mrs B Raymond Weston accompanied by Mrs J B MacGregor sang three songs which sho had given at the music department meeting last week These were written by Modern American composers Mrs W H Blederman announced there would be no December meeting of the drama de partment but that a play will be given in the spring Tolls orchlcago C Mrs J Curtis Amen chairman of the committee presided and asked Mrs W G C Bagley to tell dt The Road to which Is playing In Chicago and in which Philip Foster a Mason City youth la cast Mr and Mrs Bagley saw the play a few weeks ago on their return from a Texas trip Following the program the drama committee served tea Mrs John A Senneff and Mrs William Balrd presided at the table Hostesses were Mrs Amen Mrs Blederman Mrs W n Webster Mrs Arthur Mrs B H Wagner Mrs L P Courshon and Mrs Balrd PRESBYTERIAN AID SOCIETY Thirtyfour members of the Aid so ciety of the First Presbyterian church mot Wednesday afternoon in the social rooms of the chyreh Mrs C E Kearns Mrs Margaret Fisher and Mrs Albert Hass were the hostesses The program committee Mrs W C Johnson and Mrs A G Kendall A musical program was given con sisting of two vocal numbers by Mrs Stuart Lee two clarinet solos by Mrs Harold Johnson and two piano se lections by Mrs Jjeon Woodward Dur ing the business meeting arrange nts were completed for a rummage sale to be given Nov 29 and 30 and ilso for a Christmas bazar to be held early in December CIRCLE POSTPONED Announcement is made of the post ponement of Rebekah circle Friday because of Armistice day It will be postponed two weeks Paul Says When you are shopping in Mason City a good place to eat is at the Green Mill Convenient ly located in the down town district Noon lunch 35c Green Mill Cafe 117 North Federal WIFE PRESERVER Reproductions of old English bronze articles for the fireplace are suited to the English type of home The man who eaves money Tiowa days Isnt a miser hes a Columbus MRS McEWEN ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON Mrs J Howard McEwcn talned the members o ttheoriginal social circle at Her home 122 Soutr Monroo avenue Wednesday afternoon at luncheon Mrs Lewis Wilson of Also n a was hero for the meeting Thj club decided to have a program of cur rent events for this year It meets twice a month GOOD CHEER LODGE A meeting of Good Cheer lodj No 178 of the B of and B I will meet Friday evening at oclock in Easles hall 1 INTER CREEK CIATB Inter Creek club met Wednesda afternoon with Mrs John Hill The hours were spent socially Mrs Frank Sovet was voted a new member l Armistice Day 1927 The Joyous hysteria of the first Armistice Day Is past And today it Is with a quiet devotion that we conteninlate the heroic sacrifices made by the soldiers of ninny na tions Theirs was a high tnslf nobly ful filled Ours Is to further tlio cause of lib erty and Ideals of democracy In every land Let ns resolve to accept the carry on to the best of our ability 1 D K Courtesy and Satisfaction With Every Purchase V and every other ilny in he wm fc0 quitc so appropriate for your eteeorritlon as Chrysanthemums Fine large and per dozen Pompon and per dozen rjione ID H M Knudaon Trnp 1205 So Federnl Ave   

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