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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                alii SIX 1 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE BIENNIU MrsHathorn as President Closes Term Chemical Warfare Talk Is Given by Publicity Director MRS WILLIAM H HATHORN retiring president of the Wom ans club turned over the exe cutive reins to Mrs J Curtis Amen at the final meetingof the club1 in her biennial administration The meeting was held Tuesday afternoon in the First Methodist church audi torium The program opened with some spirited music by the womens en sembly orchestra Itwas delightful music and verywell played Mrs H V MacGregor conducted a short memorial service for the four mem Is era of the club who died this past yearHer message was a beautiful comparison of life to a song The new officers of the club were presented by Mrs Hathom after the group hadheard reports of the past years activities Old as History Mrs Stuart N Qrurhmon in tell ing of her visit in the east spoke ex tensively on the chemical1 warfare schoolat Edge wood arsenal Mary Edgewood arsenal and she said that five days a week the topic of con versatton wfts chemicals The use Ofchemicals ia npt Violation of international law by fhe she said gh spoke of the race between jthe offensive aad the defensive in chemicals in tie World war and satcV that icheini ical warfare i a themost humane method of warfare tfujre is It causes the greatest number cas ualties at the tima but fewer deatBa result Two per cent ofthi Ameri can gas casualties resulted in death whereas 24 per cent iof the Ameri can battle casualtiesproduced by other rpgultect in death Most Humane Warfare In the surgeon generals report for 1920 It was stated that chemi cal warfare Ioes not increase tuber culosis and there Is seldom a per manent injury caused by it There were 250000 American gas casual ties in the WorM war A large num ber of these wascaused by the vlo lation of standing orders against gas the principal being that the must not be removed until orders are received from an officer JCrs Cruminon said A lovely tea hour was enjoyed by the club women at the close of the program Spence to Give Address at WCTU Meeting Temperance anrt Missions Tvjll be observed ny W Cs iTU Thursday at the meeting1 at oclock in land and of the study of chemicals She said that contrary to the belief will givethe of most persons chemical warfare address Devotions will be in charge was not a development of the World war It is almost as old as history she said and she cited nature as an example The Greeks used chemi cals in their warfare she con tinued Mrs Grummon was with Captain Grummon who was detailed by the war department as a Student at Potted Silfcs AreDelightful 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN 1670 To be dqttWthls season la to extremelyV smart for fashion has revived unusual dotted de signs that are so becoming Pattern 1670 voices every newdetail of the inodefromVthecleverly buttoned botitce to the finely pleated skirt Printed silk crepe fashions this charming model with cotflrasting plain color cuffs and collar Ties are much in favor top and are chosen to match thebelt and design of the print Brownbeige and yel low combine exquisitely to create this frock Belt and tie are brown May be obtained only in sizes 14 1618 20 34 36 and 38 Size 16 requires 4 Ji yards 40Inch print and yard 36 Inch trimming This model is easy to make JSTo dressmaking experience is neces sary JBach patern comes to you with simple and exact instructions including yardago for every aize A perfectfitis guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon receipt of 15 cents incoins 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 GlobOrGazette pattern department 243 WSeventeenth street New York pity of MrsAugustJohnson andBon 1 Bie Beelerwill solo A playlet Mrs Jackson Sees the Light willbegivenvby MrsA Jj Van Rise Mrs Walter Sopher and Mra L E Goodhile The missionary societies of the city are espiScially invited to Ibis PLANTS Tomato Plants Cabbage Plants Cauliflower Plants Egg Plants Celery Plants Pepper Plants Strong vigorous healthy greenhouse plants Order Them Now WE DELIVER meeting said the president Mrs L E GoodhUe Each member is asked to bring a new member at thistime Mrs C B Letts group will have charge of the social hour OBSERVES BIRTHDAY HUMBOLPT May Clark a resident here for 61 years observed her eightyseventh birth day anniversary Wednesday when she gave a luncheon In the home of MrsFloy Anderson to 16 guests Kate Knerr was born in Pennsyl vania the daughter of Mr and Mrs Isaac KnerrI Her v father was drpwned when she was but 11 months old She was twice married both husbandsbeing soldiers in the Civil war and were John Noll and Phiriney ClarkMrs Clark haa been awidowfor many years She is a member of theEastern Star Wom enaRelief CorpstheConKregation club a socialdrganlza tionwhich wai for socialahdbehovelent purposes Mrs Clark 3s the mother of eight children only three of whom are living who are Martin Noll of Fort Dodge Isaac NoH of Emraetsburg and FrankNoll of Iowa Falls Other descendants include 23 grandchildren and 18 great grand children Mrs Clark is always about even the coldest days of winter she is seen taking her daily walk KOEHNlVHITE CRBSCOV May of the marriage of Miss Ella Kpehn and Harry Whitet both of Cresco has just been made public The wedding ceremony was performed Thursday Mav 8by the RevGuy Rutherford Uncleof the bridegroom in the CALENDAR THURSDAY Tusalata Will have motherdaughter ban quet at oclock at the Y W Mre Hathorn speaker Gold Star mother Willbe given at the Home Tea room by the Legion auxiliary at 1 oclock B Pi Will have noon luncheon at the Y w c A Central Will meet in school auditorium at oclock W G T Will meut at oclock in Con gregational chuich parlors Temperance and missions the Rev William S pence Luther League of Immanuel Luth eran meet church at 8 oclock at the Committee and Mrs Paul Cecelia Gustaf son and Gran t circleTrlitl ty Lutheran i i H M Knudson Prop Phone 55 1205 S Fed I Will meet m church parlors at oclock witUfMrs Almklove hostess i Presbyterian motherdaughter banquet Will be held at the church at oclock liiterNps clnb Hostess Mrs Bernard Mennenga 61G North Madison avenue Legion auxiliary Will meet at oclock in ttie P G E auditorium Poppy day program will be Central P T A Child Study WilKmeet in Central school at 2 olclock Hanford Aid society Hostess Mrs James Pcdelty presence of a few Immediate rola tlves The couple was attended by Cee Doc Bridge Mr and Barger of Man Is postponed sister of Olivet Methodist Aid mcfety Meets at oclock in BIRTHDAY DINKEK churchparlors Chester Mrs Barger s a the bride MURRAY GARNER May six chil drenand 12 grandchildren ofMr and MrsAugust Habercamp at tended dinner Sunday in recog nition of Mr Habercamps sixty fifth birthday anniversary The 65 candles on the cake when lighted made a solid flame ally beautiful On March 1 Mr and Mrs Haber camo and Ethel their youngest child gave up their farm to occupy ths Butler house here which is across from the southwest corner of the grade school WHERE QUALITY AND LOW PRICES PREVAIL Convenient Credit the Delta Alpha class Will have picnic dinner in the J E Blythe gardens Rock Glenn MrsMG Wimmer is chairman of committee If weather prevents outdoor pic nlc dinner will be served In Blythe home San Sotici clul Hostess Mrs Frank Hanson 32 Eighth street northwest for oclock luncheon Athenian have oclock breakfas at the B J Kearney cottage Clear Lake 1 Child Should Take Part m Music Expression but With Instrument He Likes By ALICE JTJDSON PEALE With Jazz coming in over tie ra dio from noon until midnight and the phonograph standing ready for action in the corner the modem child can scarcely escape the im pression that music is a noise made by a machine He fixes a disc or turns a dial md a flood of music envelops him n a pleasant sound bath or forms he accompaniment to the stereo typed gyrations of dancing Torture of Music Lesons No longer is the average child made to undergo the torture of old ashioned music lessons In this ay when he is permitted to assert imaelf he rebels effectively against pending endless hours blundering at i difficult InstrupaentVfor which at of music which he never will learn so welt that anyone in duping himself ever will enjoy lis ening tu it Gone these several years past are hose gatherings about the family iano when very bad singing was ndulged in and enjoyed by all To ay the i idea of the members of the amily smgingr together would be mbarrassing if it were not so fun y Choose Own Instrument It seems then as if music were loomed to become an increasingly iale and passive satisfaction in the ivcsof our children Is there any avenue of musical expression left ipen tothe average child Is there iny way In which we can help him co take an active part in making and music In almost every community there ire glee clubs scouting for mem bers Many schools have student or chestras We can encourage our child to sing or to play any simple instrument he fancies even if it is a drum or the despised ukelelc No matter how humble the music he makes it is better for him to enjoy an active part in its produc tiorithan to doze thru appreciation lessons of the best classical music or to struggle hatefully with an in strument which he never will mas ter MRS BREAKFAST INVITATIONS Mrs Lester Leroy Stoddard has issued invitations to a breakfast to be given at the Colonial Monday at 11 oclock Bridge will follow the breakfast Watanye Club Hears Bird Talk Mason City to vSend Three Delegates to Meeting at Mitchell S Dak Especially appropriateto the sea son was thebrrd talkgiven by Dr B Raymond Westoa at the Wa taaye club Tuesday at its noon hour luncheon at the Hanfprd V Dr apoke particularly about the kinds of nests made by the different birds and in what lo calities the birds buildnestsHo described the mud nestsbuilt by the robins swallows and birds And spoke of the orioles nestwhich is built of horse hair and on accountof the scarcity of hoisea in the cities the orioles are nesting in the country near the1 farms an order that tret the horsehair DrWeston also gave someinter esting facts about the color of thp eggs of different birds saying that eggs which are found in obscure places arealways white while those found in open places are blue speckled etc1R V Thedelegates from the local club to theconvention of of Watanye clubs at Mitchell f3 Dak are Miss Bertha Goulds Miss Rena Mackand Miss Kathryn TrJs sell Mrs JLeonard Kline organ zer of the association and Mrsl 3en Henry association boardmem Jer will also attend The conven tion is to be held on May 20and21 Hancock County Clubs to Meet in Garner Skturday GARNER May cock county federation ol womens clubs is to iutlVe Coni gregational church Saturday at 10 a m The invocation by Mrs C H I Van Metre will be followed by a welcome by Mrs James Carr presi dent of the Garner Progressive club a response by Mrs J L pxley of Corwith mass singing led byMrs F R jrounce with Mrs Clint Daniels at the piano reports from the eight federated clubs of Han cock county and reports of state committees by Mrs R R Roberts of Britt and lyirs W S Pritchard of Sarner Election of officers will fol ow A luncheon Vwill be servedby the D of A at its hall The afternoon session will begin at with musicfrom the Madi son followed by greetings frqm Representative C N Nelson ofGarner iBjnd Senator E W ClarkpfMason City A read ing by Mrs Cecil Lewisof Britt club institutes byMrs C H Philips of Liivermore music by the Delta club of Gamer American Inter national Relations by Mrs C H Knutson of Clear lake music by he Note Bine club of Britt and nd journment at p m POSTNUPTIAL SHOWER GARNER May post nuptial shower was held atthe Fred Peterson home last night as a cour tesy to Mr and Mrs EarleSmith who were married 10 days ago Before her marriage Mrs Smith was Edna Peterson Some 300 guests attended the reception whicll j was at the home of the brides par ents v Hereafter a jail in which liquor law violators are confined will bo known as Wesley Jones New York Herald PULITZER WINNER Assarlnlca Press noto TTJLIAPETERKINSnovel Scar J let Sister Maryi was awarded the Pulitzer prize MR AND MRS RIJtE ENTERTAIN ATDINNER Mr and Mrs A L Rule 11 Rock Glenn drive will1 be hosts to 20 guests members of the high school faculty with Mr and Mrs F T Vasey and Mr and Mrs W G C Bagley at dinner Saturday evening at the Colonial HAVE DINNEU BRIDGE A will be given by Mr arid Mrs C G Stoncr Tuesday evening at the Colonial Twelve guestshave been invited Perfume ia now betog concocted or automobilescabbages and a lot Of other things with the idea of promoting sales and neutralizing disagreeable odors It may smell like heliotrope buf bologna will still be CltyJress Helping the Homemaker By Alexander George EGQS BENEDICT ABE TASTY The Menu EggsBenedict Buttered Asparagus on Browned Mashed Potato Cakes Bread Rhubard Conserve Celery Prune Jelly Dessert Cream Coffee Eggs Benedict Serving Four With Cheese Sauce Four pieces hot buttered toast 4 poached eggs 4 pieces crisp 2 tablespoons butter 3 tablespoons flour 1 cup milk 4 tablespoons cheese 14 teaspoon paprika Melt the butter and add the flour Blend arid add the milk and cook until a thick crdamyj sauce forms Stir while cooking Add the cheese and stir until it has dis solved Place the poached eggs on the toast add portions of the cheese sauce arrange the bacon on the top and sprinkle with the pap rika Serve at onqe Parsley can be used as a garnish Buttered Asparagus Twocupsdiced asparague 2 cups water 1 teaspoon salt H teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons butter Mix the asparagus water and saltCook gently for 20 minutes Drain Reserve the stock for use in soup or sauce Add the paprika and buttertothe asparagus heat and serve Prune Jcliy Dessert Serving Four Onehalf package orange flavored prepared gelatin 1 cup boilingwa ter 1 cup seeded1 prune pulp 4 tablespoons sugar cup nuts 1 egg white stiffly beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla Pour the boilingwater over the gelatin mixtureand stir until it has dissolved Cool arid allow to thicken a little Beat until fluffy and fold in the remaining ingredients Beat for 2 minutes Pour into a glass dish and chill until stiff Unmold and serve French dressing placed In a bottle and tightly corked will keep for a long time when stored in the ice box Shake for 1 minute when ready to use Scouts Tested for Fitness to Appear at HonorCourt Twentyeight candidates itor ad vanceemnt to the rank of second class scout and eight candidates for advancement to the rank of first class scout appeared before the Ma son City board of review committee last evening in the Chamber of Commerce for afinal examination The board of review committee is rade up of Dr H FPool HarryBRussel C H Stevens John Harvey J Bryant and J C Robinson With a few minor exceptions all candidates for advancement were foundto be satisfactory and as a result will appear before the court of honor Friday night at the Mason City armory for advancement to second class or first claaa Practically alt of the IS Mason City troops vill have a number of candidates up for advancement at the coming cpurt of honor T N T CLUB CONTINUES CHAKSI STUDY BQOK v At the T N T club1 meeting at the Y W C A Tuesday evening the study of the book Charm by Choice was continued with Miss Mildred Smith giving the chapter on Comeliness and Charm and Miss Nola Reed Meaning of Sleep Plans were made for a motherdaughter banquet next Tues day eVening at the Y W C A Dont Buy the Watch or Diamond fay of Rent RA SENEY HARDY FLOWERS FOR YOUR LILY POOL Tall medium or creeping varie ties Moisture loving kinds We have them BLACKBHiD GARDENS Mile No of Sugar Plant A reputation isTnot to ac quired with a new store but developed through length of service and acquaintance Confidence in Murray has every year VALUE Value is not all intrinsic A dia mond has an added value to the owner when selected with the con fidence our knowledge of quality in diamonds inspires A call is convincing on our Low Prices MURRAY JEWELRY CO M B A BLDG Finest Quality Blue White Dia monds in latest designmountings to ROSrBYS AND AVERTS GrVE TREAStRE HUNT and M rs Richard Romey and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Avery Jr have issued invitations to a treas ure hunt for Saturday evening May 1 25 at thVbuting club Clear Lake j The invitations delivered Tues 1 day evening by a small boy dressed as aspirate and were done on black and white paper and were carried out in piratical terms BANKERS WIVES TO HAVE LUNCHEON AT COUNTRY CLUB are being made by the committee for the entertain ment of the visiting bankers wives who will be here for the convention On the program is an afternoon luncheon andbridge Monday at the Mason City Country club Mrs Charles Palmeter of Clear Lake and Mrs Harold Bull the committee are planning for 100 guests for the affair NASHUA CEREMONIES NASHUA May follow ing marriages were performed by the Rev J L McCorison at the Little Brown church Sunday the double ceremony for Walter E Bellls Osage Frances H Oleson Osagc and Glenn A loyal Nellis K Cassell Osage Martin Rasmusaen Cedar Falls Elma Pet tersen Cedar Falls Tuesday Amil J Newell Cedar Falls Edna Louise Blair Cedar Falls VMTIR PIUI Mtl0 MAHtJ SOTT VIKTIK THOUSANDS WATCH HER FAMOUS HANDS Itr 0 s Tit Off Do 3ou bathe Do you kno wMelo You probablv bathe in ban Water that mixes with the soap and forms a dirty ring around Hie tub scum And theres just as much scum on you loo Melo will soften the hardest city wafer and make i a wonderful cleaner with or without soap Add lots of soap to that Then lots of suds will come No dirt No ring No scum Melo only costs 10 cents a can Buy 5 Keep one in the kitchen one in the laundry one in the bathroom Get it at jour grocers todav WATrR SOFTENED WITH MELO IS A REMARKABLE CLEANER to tents THE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO Canton Oliio Irma Wright Champion NEW YORK N YMiss Irma Wright worlds amateur champion typist demonstrates her speed and methods to audiences alf over the country Since the championship contest last September huge gath erings In city after city have watch ed her skilled hands at work Her speeding fingers so smooth arid white never betray the fact that Miss Wright keeps house and washes dishes tool I used to hate dishwashing she says frankly because it my hands embarrassingly red and so roughened that it reacted on my speed Of course the soaps I was using were to blame I knew that the minute I tried Lux in my dish pan Lux felt entirely different from ordinary soaps Lttx suds were sooljiing And my hands were whiter and softer after doing the dishes than before Now I wouldnt think of doing dishos with anything but Lux makes it so much easier to be both homemaker and champion x COURTESY AMD SATISFACTION WITH EVERV PURCHASE We 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