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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                I ii XMJTi EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SELECT CHEROKEE FOR 193QCQNVENTION OF Iowa Women Are National Qlub Officers Mason Cityan Named on Group to Perfect Ritual RS J LEONARDKLINE or ganizer Mrs Ben Hanry board member Miss Bertha Gould Miss Rena Mack and Miss ICatheryne Trissell the local quintet of delegates who attended the as sociation of WaTanYe clubs mect iog in Mitchell S Dak Monday and Tuesday returned to Mason City ate Tuesday evening A committee including Miss Rena Mack of Ma son City and Miss Olive Handof Charles City was named toperfect the ritual Miss Hand was also an pointed historian Mrs Besse Webber of Cherokee xvas elected national president of the groups at the concluding busi ness of the annual two day conven tion Tuesday morning She succeeds Mrs Flora Tiss of Algona Are Cordial Hostesses Other new officers are Miss Myrtle Raymond Charles City president and Miss Mildred Butts Acktey secretary Cherokee was se Oected as tie place for the 1930 convention The delegates were enthusiastic over the cordial and delightful en tertainment provided for the visit ors by the Alitchel club outside of the business hours The affairs In cluded an early Monday morning mp to the Russian colony of 200 000 acres of land about 15 miles east of Mitchell a tea and oneact play Places presented by the dramatic department of the Da kota VVesleyan university at 4 o clock Monday afternoon and a banquet at the Masonic temple at Mrs Kline took part in the I program at the banquet which fea tured an address by Dr C JI Siemans of the university and the presentation of the charter by Mrs Nature Designated Poppy as Heroes Flower Claim On Memorial day May flowers will cover the graves of men who died for America Wherever these men lie in the cemeteries at home or in the fields of the dead overseas flowers and flags will be placed by reverent hands on the sod beneath which they rest Mil lions of beautiful blossoms will be heaped to pay the annual tribute of a grateful and sor rowing nation A decade ago there were no wreaths or garlands heaped on the graves in France and Bel glum Raw mounds of earth these graves were then marked by hurriedly madecrosses of wood The columns of men moving past them tato bat tie had ho time to place floral tributes The business of death and destruction was still going on and man had scant time even to bury those who fell Blooms Appeared But nature great and kindly cared for those who were re turned to the earths breast Around and over the graves in the shellchurned soil appeared little blooms of red looking like drops of heroes blood They were wild poppies sprinkled by nature above the graves which man was too engaged to tend Nature made the poppy the heroes flower The men who fought in France brot back an indelible picture of the poppies blooming among the graves or about the yet unburied dead To them the poppy seemed the natural tribute to a brave man fallen for his country The poppy be came the memorial flower of the American Legionand qf the nation On May 25 the poppies of France and Flanders will be brot to Mason City by the Glaus enWorderi unit of the American Legion They will be offered to everyr one to be worn on the lapel above tha heart It la in Jtha heart of America that our war dead lie enshrined no matter where their bodies lie What could bo more appropriate than to wear above the heart on our day of remembrance their own bright red poppy Serves Double Mission And the popples which the women of theauxiliary wul offer havebeen made by com rades of the dead whom they who were disabled in the same hattles in which tha dead gavetheir lives Every penny which is contributed for the popples will go to the re lief of the dlsabfeoY their fami lies and the families of the dead Thus the poppy fills a double mission honoring the dead and serving the living Mrs F J Riley chairman Is In charge ofthe poppy sales here and her assistaits are Mrs Burton B Bagley Mrs Ralph Wiley Mrs W Earl Hall and Mrs Howard OLeary Tisa to the newly organized club a Chamberlain S Dak Mrs Webbe welcomed the new club Gives Toast Choice Vegetables Plants for early fruiting Tomato Cabbage plants Cauliflower plants Sweet potato plants Celety plants Pepper plants Egg Tho season late It will pay you to buy good strong sturdy plants 1205 So Federal Herman M Knudson Prop 05 I An interesting series of toasts were presented on an acrostic of I Arrow the Mitchell club paper Several lowans took part in this ob servance Aims by Mrs Elizabeth Rae of Storm Lake Reliability by Miss BeraabeHe Edlund Morrison HI Romance by Miss Dorothy Diercks of Clinton Onward by Miss Mary D Korinke of Charles City and WaTanYe by Mrs Kline were the toasts on Arrow A violin solo was presented by Miss Florence Bjodstrup of Mitchell at the close of the program A luncheon at the beautiful coun try club near Mitchell following the election meeting Tuesday forenoon Helping the Homemaker XU1CUUUJ was the closing social entertainment given for the visitors Registration and headquarters were at tha Wtd raann hotel and all business sessions of the convention were held at thi Elks clubrooms Mates for 66 Years to SpencJ Long Visit With Son at Coulter HUMBOLDT May and Mrs Charles B Erickson who re cently observed their sixtyslxtti wedding anniversary have gone to Coulter to spend several months in the home of their son Lewia Erick son Mr and Mrs Erickson were both boru in LaSalle county Illinois Mrs Erlcksons birthdate being Jan uary 22 1843 while that of her hus band is April 14 1841 Mr and Mrs Erickson who lo cated here in 1894 resided on their farm near town for many years es tablishing a home in town where they retired from farm Since then they have made fre quent trips about the United States visiting their children They are the parents of 10 chil dren seven of whom are living Mrs Ha Jocobs of Long Beach Cal Mrs Esther Winter Minneapolis Minn Elmer Erickson Albert Lea Minn Lewis Erickson Coulter Mrs s S Johnson Rutland Hum boldt county Gilbert Erickson liumboldt and Mrs Jennie Jackson of Siouk Falls S Dak Other descendants include 23 grandchildren and 14 great grand children By BIBS ALEXANDER GEORGE Meat Loaf For Six Menu for Dinner Tampa Meat Loaf Browned Potato Slices Creamed Green Beans Bread Apricot Conserve Head Lettuce and Relish Dressing anned Peaches Chilled Nut Cookies Coffea Tampa Meat Loaf Serving Six One pound round heef chopped 1 up bread crumbs l cup tomatoes 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon chopped onion teaspoon paprika 1 egg 4 strips bacon Mix the beef crumbs tomatoes salt onion paprika and egg Shape Into a loaf 2 Indies thick Place in a small taking pan Arrange tne bacon on thel top Cover with a lie and bake in a slow oven for 45 min utes Unmold and surround with browned potato slices Browned Potato Slices Twentyfouf slices cooked pota toes cut V3 inch thick 4 taule poong bacon fat 1 tablespoon but er 1 teaspoon salt i teaspoon lepper Mix the ingredients and place to a hallow pan Bake in a moderate ven until the potatoes are browned Stir the potatoes during their cook ing to permit even browning Menu For Luncheon Cream of AsparagusCelery Soup Salted Wafers Salmon Loaf Escalloped Potatoes Biscuit Plum Jelly Fruit Salad Sponge Cake Topped with Whipped Crdam Coffee Diced candled grapefruit orange or lemon peel gives a pleasing flav or to fruit cocktails There is Hare Goodflavor this choice blend of Brazilian Coffees mem COFFEE The Royal Neighbors will meet at the Eagle hall Thursday evening at 8 oclock for initiation of candi dates it was announced Wednes THREE JUNE BRIDES FETED BY OSAGE P E O OSAGE May 22 At a meeting of the P E O Tuesday evening held at the home of Miss Lulu Fay three June bridestobe Mercedes Ather ton Katherine Wilson and Beth Ja cobs were presented with appropri ate gifts Junior College Students Enjoy State Park Picnic About 50 Junior college student attended the all college picnic hel Tuesday at the state park at Clear Lake Classes were dismissed at 1 oclock and the day was given ove to the picnic Mary Gould Vlrg Shook Phi Wlnegar Carolyn Son drol and Miss Judith Overby mad up the committee that arranged fo the food A number of the students enjoyed a swim in the lake The latter par of the afternoon was spent at the roller skating rink at Bayside park Prior to the expedition at Bayside Dean Jay B MacGregor read a number of selected modern poems Start Pouring Concrete for MacNider Farm Home v Russell Larcombe foreman for Davis Wicks and Rosengarteri of Washington DC expected to start Hiring concrete Wednesday In the orms of the basement for the Col ianford MacNider home east of Mason City Work has also been tarted on the road leading to the arm place from the north HAVE DINNER AND BRIDGE AT COLOMAL MIsa Alice McEIroy and Miss Lena Gutnecht 12 guests t dinner and bridge at the Colonial uesday avenioir Holy Family Pupils to Present Comedy Friday Announcement has been made that the comedy Patsy will be staged in the Holy Family auditor ium 713 North Adams avenue at 8 oclock Friday evening May 24 Special njusic in addition will be furnished by the school orchestra Dorothy Dormedy In the role of Patsy issald to promise a fund of mirth and laughter Miss Lane her gracious mistress will be the part takenby Josephine Uhrich Virginia Gates will take the part of Nita who is about to become a bride if Patsys pranks do not form an ob stacle GILDNERS EMPLOYES HAVE WEINER ROAST Twelve the Gild ner Clothing store including the of fice force held a weiner roast at East Park at 5 oclock Tuesday eve ning TNTClub Holds Rest for Mothers Toasts Musical Program and Fashion Show Are Presented PLACES for 60 were laid at the annual Mother and Daughter banquet of the T N T club which was held in the Y W C A clubrooms Tuesday evening Miss Vera Hersklnd presided as toastmistress with Miss Evelyn Southard presentinga toast to the mothers and Mrs Ralph Stanbery responding with a toast to the daughters Musical entertainment consisted two vocal solos by Miss Marguer ite Leutenegger accompanied by Miss Margaret Noiterilke That Wonderful Mother of Mine and I Love a Little Cottage and two piano solos by Miss Grace Stanley Butterly Etude and Country Gar den A feature of the program was the group of Scotch songs presentee by Miss Ann Whyte dressed in Scotch costume Closingthe program was afash ion tableaux featuring the costumes of the early 90s and of the present day by eight girlsr Mabel Olson Al bert Larson Myrtle Cardev Gladys Winchell Esther Larson Vera Herskind Lucile Wolters Mil dred Smith Evelyn Slock and Nola Reed MRS HUBBARD HOSTESS TO THURSDAY LUNCHEON Mrs C W Hubbard 101 Linden drive will be hostess to 12 guests at luncheon at the Home tearoom Thursday noon It was erroneously stated that Mrs Hubbard had made reservations for dinner Thursday evening J AGED COUPLE AT CLARKSVILLE IS WEDDED 50 YEARS CLARKSVILLE May fiftyninth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Alfred Hickle was ob served by a company of 25 in eluding their daughter Mrs George Wooldridge of Brookings S Diik plher relatives and a few old time friends A social hour was followed by the serving of a luncheon Mi Hickle is SI years old and Mrs Hickle is 77 Both are in good lealth and still maintain their farm home Mr Hickto was a Civil war soldier of the eighth Iowa cavalry OEDAR GIRL VISITS FIANCE HERE Miss Shirley Meeker of Cedar Rapids has returned to her home after visiting her fiance N C iells manager of the shoe depart ment of the Merkel company here They will be married June 2 at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Howard Meeker at Cedar Rapids with the Rev E W Emcrsou pas tor of the United Brethren church there officiating After a weeks wedding trip the couple wilt reside in Mason City Miss Meeker is a graduate of Cedar Rapids high school and businsse college Mr Eejls has been here since Feb having been employed formerly at the Killian store in Cedar Rapids He attended Coe college for three and a half years Chinese fired on a British gim boat injuring three sailors First news that China has a Volstead act News If Ray Seney cant saveyou money on a Watch then birds dont fly a Detai The small but most important details dis tinguish these frocks as styles in the mode of 1929 A dainty mouchoir trim at the neckline a petal bow pleats set in a diagon al line these set the seal of summer style on the frocks of this collection at Lundbergs Georgette crepe printed silks chiffon in the exquisite colors of the mode De Kaye NEW FROCKS and Ensemble For charming and fashionable spring wear Lundbergs price only Effective new silk prints georgettes flat crepes or lively tones jacket types ensembles with long orthree quarter coat ani mated onepiece modes a notable assortment at Lundbergs price Come prepared to find not the usual frocks in this offering but quality and style significant ly superior An opportunity for the 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