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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE APHID 2S 192 TO HOLD LEGION AUXILIARY BENEFIT PARTY FRIDAY Ten Women in Campaign Thru District Public Invited to Play 500 and Bridge at Armory TEN women of the ways and means committee of the Ameri can Legion auxiliary under the chairmanship of Mrs Ray D Mettler are active in a campaign thru the city for the benefitbridge and 500 party which will be held at the armory Friday evening April 26 at 8 oclock The party is oper to the public and both men and women in the community have been Invited to attend Twenty merchants in the city have donated beautiful and lovely gifts for the occasion the commit tee reports Progressive games wil be played it being believed that the majority of players prefer the pro gressing of tables in card games This is the second annual affair given underthe auspices of the Le gion auxiliary the first benefit par ty held at the Hanford last year having been an afternoon party Miss Irma Wilhelm chairman Miss Beulah Randolph and Miss Helen Hass are the committee In charge of ticket selling while the remainder of those who are con ducting the active campaign as members of the ways and means committee include in addition to Mrs Mettler the following women Mrs Jerry Cress Mrs Reed Nelson Mrs Fred Buche Mrs George K Da vies Mrs Roe Thompson and Miss Hass AUXILIARY TO MEET The G I A to B of L E Will hold its regular session at oclock Wednesday afternoon at the Eagle hall Social hour will follow for members and friends 90 YEAR OLD MAN NEAR CLARION HAS 75 GRANDCHILDREN CLARION April Kelllng celebrated his ninetieth birthday Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs August Hoffman near Renwick Mr Kelling is well known in this community and is probably the oldest man in this vicinity For the past year he has been making his borne on the farm with his son George As he passes his ninetieth birth day he aeems In excellent health Mr Kelling has over 75 grand children and a number of great grandchildren These were not included in the celebration this yearbecause the ordinary resi dence would not accommodate sucha gathering However the expects to hold a com pletc reunion at some future date GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN All Day Meeting Held By Plymouth Project Workers PLYMOUTH April 23 Th Farm bureau of the Extension serv We under the leadership of Mis Myrtle Johnston met with th prpject leaders at the home of Mrs A Chesebro Monday in an all da meeting The lesson was on tail ored finishes Some of Lime Creek township project leaders took th lesson Monday as they were unabl to go to their township meetingbe cause of impassable roads DH WESTON SPEAKS AT CLUB GUEST DAY AFFAIR Dr B Raymond Weston gavea talk on Birds before the bers of the Occident club at a guea day meeting at the Y W C A clubrooms Monday afternoon ex plaining different phases of bird life and study A number of guests were present Following the pro gram a tea was served Mrs T E 3urke and Mrs H B Hathaway louring Proper Nourisliment tKe Secret of Early JCCESSFULgardening of any O kind is largely a matter ofright feeding And that is within the con trol of everyone Plants are like human beings They sre living things They must be fed properly They need plenty of good nourish ing of the right kind and in proper balance Professional gardeners and nursery men give special care to that point For years they have used Vigoro a scientific complete plant food spe cially formulated for their use Thousands of home owners have now discovered this plant food and the remarkable results it makes possible Vegetables difficult to grow like tomatoes in many cases ripen two to three weeks earlier Ridishes lettuce carrots and other common garden vegetables have a surprising crispness and added flavor For Vigoro is a scientifically pre pareSipIarit food Properly balanced and complete it supplies all the nour ishment required for early vigorous growth development of flowers fruit and foliage I tdcvelops finer lawns too stronger rootvsystems It increases humus It helps choke out weeds Grass be comes thicker greener And flowers are perfect in color longer blooming While shrubs and trees take on new vigor 111 Clean and odorless Vigoro can be sown by hand like grass seed I Its cost of applicationis surprisingly lOc to 20c for every 100 square feet Full directions in every 50 25 Ib sizes anfl 5 Ib packages See your dealer Theres one close by Get your Vigoro for everything you grow And this year have results such as youve never be fore dreamed possible Pattern 1706 you are not slender you will enjoy slender effect created by the lines of design 1706 The long pointed collar and vestee and the narrow panel from shoulder to hem are decidedly flattering and slim The narrow belt causes slight Mousing of bodice well covered print in small de signs will prove quite charming A color scheme of tan orange brown and beige Is stunning The trim ming may be made of beige silk crepe Blue and grey and black and white are smart for spring May be obtained only in sizes 36 38 40 42 and I Size 36 requires 4 yards print and 1 yards plain fabric 40 inches wide 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 in coin Address all mail and orders to Mason City GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City nog Church Reception Is Held for Dr and Mrs W Speiice W S Wilcox Presides Program Welcoming New Pastor v R AND MRS WILLIAM H II J SPENCE the new pastor and his wife were heartily received by the members of the First Meth odist church at the reception held n the church parlors Monday eve ning W S Wilcox chairman of the inance committee presided at the irogram J A Van Ness told some of the PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALISTS You can depend upon the su periority of our art Mari Posa Beauty Parlors 314 East Siato St Phone 3188 A skilfully designed INSTRUMENT thai will jit the smallest room The Calendarof Plant Feeding THISMONTH 1 LAWNS As soon as grass shows green or any time thereafter apply plant food 2 FLOWERS Work plant food into soil be fore seeding or for perennials as soon as plants appear For early large and richly colored blooms make later feedings 3 VEGETABLES Work plant food into the soil before seeding Later feedings will hasten maturity increase yields J4 SHRUBS TREES Apply plant food any time after leaves appear Buy Vigoro at the following stores 1 CURRIEYAN NESS City la 2 CARR R la I DURKIN PETE 4th St S E Phone 1191 FARMERS COOPERATIVE Lake la I FARMERS COOPERATIVE la I KNUTSON HARDWARE Lake la MAPLE HILL NURSERYNora Springs la pSAGE la KEMBLES GREENHOUSE Distributors SOLD WHERE YOU BUY LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES VIGORO Jj COMPLETE PLANT FOOD Endorsed by Leading Landscape Gardeners and Nurserymen Swift Company Chicago THE purchase of a Steinway ofteii involves more than the desire to a fine piano It means selecting an instrument that will meet your space limitations Where space is at a pre mium the Steinway Baby Grand is eminently accept So carefully so skil fully has it been made that it fits in almostthe smallest room orapartment Yet the wonderful tone is still re tained will still remain after a lifetime of service The Baby all easy to own You pay 10 of the purchase price ami take two years to dispose of the balance Come in and choose your instru ment todayf Prices and up MUSIC CO Home of Steinway Conover Cable KIngsbury and Welling ton Pianos STEINWA1 TUB IMSTRVilEYT OF TDK IMMORTALS reactions and observations from Burlington after the exchange cad been effected First we learned said the speaker that the pastor was a good fisherman that he was a member of the Golf club a serv ice club that he had children who were young persons and that both Dr and Mrs Spence were capable of copingwith the great problem of the church namely the youth of the church Told of Early Contact In reply Dr Spence told of bis first contacts with Mason City and how the Empyrean quartet com posed at thai time of Messers Muse Ensign Higgina and Rankin sang for his dedicatory service at Lake Mills He mentioned too his coming to Mason City years ago and of standing before the building and saying I wonder if by the of God I shall ever be pasWr of this church Mrs Spence told of her first impressions of Mason City as a city and of the good re ports that had come to her at Bur lington of our little city Stanbery who made some wise cracks in introducing the members of the board informed the audience ttat he was instructed to be funny The Rev C D James pastor of Olivet Methodist church welcomed the pastor as a member of the ministerial association and Miss Kva Treman concluded the pro gram with two readings The color scheme of pink and lavender was carried out in the dec orations and refreshments Judge and Mrs J J Clark Mr and Mrs Rae Pauley Mr and Mrs E R Dunlop Dr and Mrs H V MacGregor and Mr and Mrs R Nyquist received the guests while Mesdames Chester ONell H E Winters and B T Lindstrom were in charge of decorating and refresh ments Mrs F B Hathaway was general chairman The Orphean orchestra played a number of selections while the guests were gathering and being seated The double quartet sang two numbers Swing Along by Cook and Morning by Olev Speaks The orchestra played AcTeste Fedeles as their special number TOMSTHOJIlSOX MITCHELL April Ina Toms and Tom Thompson were quietly married at Waterloo last week Travel Today Allows More Individuality Traveler Carries Crepe de Chine Bed Sets En tour By LUCIEN LELONO of scene has al ways been a necessity for the woman of the world In former days when world travel was far more difficultand rare than It is today the court of Marie Antoinette delighted to transport itself into an other atmosphere by pretending to milk the cows and make the hay at the Trianon And the trip from Paris to Versailles was more com plicated that from Paris to Seville nowadays When our ancestors traveled they were encumbered with in numerable portables including par rots in cages They resigned them selves to discomfort dirt disorder and thot for months beforehand with dread of the ordeal Has Speed and Comfort At the present time we tear across France from end to end In a DELEGATE TO BERLIN QNE of the 24 women from the United States who will attend the twentyfifth anniversary meet ing of the International Alliance of Women for Suffrage and Equal single night Modern automobiles Citizenship in Berlin Germany transport us In comfort and trains June 1722 is Mrs Maud Wood de luxe allow us to carry with U3 Park Portland Me Mrs Park as every necessity Travel clothesand president of the National League of Women Voters in 1022 was largely instrumental in the passage of the Cable act which gave married worn traveling baggage are reduced to the last word of practicability and suitability There is no hesitation in under taking a long trip when one knows that one need never be parted from ones indispensable belongings So we rush from one place to another from one country to another for each voyage is an enrichment of the spirit Takes Speclnl Articles It is not only her own toilet that occupies the attention of the modern traveler She must have her special equipment for the train bleur and for the hotel rooms she will occupy on arrival For the former she takes with her sheets in crepe de chine with pillow cases to match Her pajama for the sleeping Compart ment is in matching crepe de chine with a very manlylooking dressing gown to slip on at the visit of the customs officers during the night or early In the morning This last is ften of velvet the same color as he sheets lined with crepe de chine If she prefers a nightgown it Is In crepe de chine or in crepe satin worked on the two sides brilliant and dull Some women think that crepe de chine is too fragile for traveling They prefer a tolle de sole checked or plaided the back ground grege or grey striped with mauve pink bue or green Sheets ind pillow cases will match as will the slip cover to put over the trains blankets The effect is chic and amusing Transforms Hotel Room Arrived at the hotel her first care is to transformthe bare hostile room into an apartment that ex presses herself The white bed is turned into a divan with rich cover ing and pillow slips to match hand some material in the color that best becomes her and which she has made her own Over the center table over her trunks over the hotel sofa she throws a covering j that harmonizes with the arrange ment of the bed Then she disposes I her books bibelots photographs inj timate objects without which never leaves her home When she has ordered and ar ranged the flowers that her friends are used to associating with her she may be said to be really chezelle centered in surroundings that ex press her personality Here is some thing of which our ancestors never even dreamed en individual citizenship rights SOCIAL WEDNESDAY McKinley P T Will meet at the school at p m Madison Child Study Will meet Sons of Union Will meet at chamber of com merce Central Lutheran Meets at oclock at the church Hostesses Mrs C Wass and Mrs H W Swanson Social Hour Hostess Mrs T G Frye east of city Spring program and exchange of flower seeds or bulbs Outdoor life department Womans Meets at library at oclock v L W Underwood of Des Moincs will show nature film M E Olson county agent will test soils Mrs C E Dakin will give a talk on Birds C D of Will meet at K C hall In evening M R Bridge Hostess Mrs M J Powell 302 South Taylor avenue for oclock luncheon 100 Pupils Play Parts in Operetta To Present Production at Grant School April 25 and 26 wEARLY 100 pupils of the Grant JJ school will participate in the r operetta Kay and Gerda which will bs presented at the Grant school auditorium Thursday and Friday evenings April 25 and 26 at oclock The operetta in three acts opens with the two playmates playing in the flower garden but Kay because of lack of love In hia heart becomes rude to his playmate falls asleep and is carried off by the Snow Queen and her Flakes Gerda starts in search of him and encounters many adventures wanders into the garden of an old witch then into the robbers forest but at last is led by flowers angels and robbers to the palaceof the Snow Queen where she finds Kay and a happy reunion f6llows Louis Garfin as Kay Lois Walter as Gerda and Doris Meeker as the Snow Queen are cast in the leading roles of the operetta GULLIVERLACK OSAGE April Helen Gulliver was married to Howard Lack Saturday evening at the Meth odist parsonage by the Rev E B Frye The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs George Gulliver The bridal party was attended by Miss Iltanche Lack and Tom Tresemer They will live on the farm owned by the bridegrooms mother Mrs Grace E Lack east of Orchard Knowing you look well besides seeing is complete opti cal SMITH OPTICAL CO E STATE Power Announces Plan to Enlarge Classes in Violin to Have Group Joe M Power who for sevei years past has been director a violinist of the orchestra at the cil theater has announced that will henceforth devote more time his classes In violin which planning to enlarge He expects to organize ei groups string trioa and quarte which he thinks Will ultimately resolved into a student orchestra Mr Power who Is a pupil BernBart Listemann a torn prominent teacher of Berlin I Boston is the son of Maurice P er a conductor of orchestras London and Dublin for many yea Some years ago he was assocla with Harry B Keeler in the Ma City College of Music Spring Is here The baseball s son has opened and that is convl Ing Telegraph You Can Do the same as others save the extra Buy the DIAMOND RAY SENBY i Mother Adores FLOWERJ HOW pleased she will be w a sweet bouquet or a bet tlful plant Order now for Mothers Day delivery MOTHERS DAY SUNDAY MAY 12th 1205 So Federal Herman M Knudson Proi Grain Car lathe ijjewcl motoiwnt J37SO Other ksttijji from A Tribute to the Graduate i In presenting a watch otlcct one that reflects a standard of quality which will mate its recipient proud to wear ic for years to come A Gnien Watch assurer smartness accuracy and the joy of own ing the very best CONVENIENT CREDIT MURRAY JEWELRY CO T B A Local Women Attended Public Relations Affair by Hampton B P W C Miss Lydia Barrette Mrs Maude Wepler and Miss Kitty Lohr from the Mason City Business and Pro fessional Womens club attended the Public Relations meeting of the Hampton B P W club held in the Hotel Coonly Monday evening Mrs Wepler gave the greetings from the local club and told something of its various activities Nearly 125 persona were present at the meeting The main speaker of the evening was Mra D Pirie Beyea state lecturer for the Iowa department of health who used as her topic Keeping Up With the Age She said every age made cer tain demands and gave the chal lenge to meet them We are in danger of becoming too materialis tic and must educate the heart as well as the head she said She served as a nurse in the World war enteringin 1914 and when the United States entered became a Red Cross nurse for our country Many of her war experiences were j related in a most interesting way and she indorsed most heartily the nueatlon of national defense A spe cial plea was made for health work imong the boys and girls of Iowa Representatives from the Rotary Jons and Commercial clubs spoke well as representatives from the Womens club andthe Clarion Busi nesa and Professional Womens club which is one of the Iowa clubs this year ST PAUL COUPLE IN LOCAL COURT Miss Lydla P Herbst and Henry E Lindstrom both of St Paul Minn were married by Justice M C Coughlon in his office at 9 oclock Tuesday morning Miss Eu nice Chism and F A Brose local friends attended the couple CQUSTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH BVCRY PURCHASE Just KT l New Youthfi Coat Outstanding Vali at and With our finger on of high accepted f with the distinction we won for fashionwith j we have selected mi spring coats to suit oi type for all occasionsjclj Chic capes flattering smart collars lines slender sf furlesscoats for semble Broadcloth mir Silk aiid c o 1 tweeds In all the se Oj wanted shades tan and middy blue Sizes 14 to 46   

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