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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MAY 22 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTn LEGION AUXILIARY EXCEEDS ITS QUOTA ON Mrs Toinby Heads Group on Provision Local Women Contribute 3000 Cookies for Wai Veterans OMB 3000 cookies in response to Mason Citys American Le sir grion auxiliary contribution as a part of the fourth district which was scheduled for the month of May were packed and shipped to the disabled veterans of the World war at Knoxville Tuesday The quota for Mason City was 400 it was stated The cookies which were donated by the members of the local auxil iary only were of the most delicious kind and ail contributed were home baked Hearty responses were re ceived from the members of the auxiliary whose personal quotas were only a half dozen Mrs Edgar Toinby was chairman of the committee in charge of the proceedings at the P G E audi torium Tuesday and she was assist ed by Mis Charles Connelly Mrs T A Nettleton Mrs Arthur Feeney and Mrs Emma Duncan PRIMARY TEACHER AT THORNTON GIVEN SHOWER THORNTON May 22 The mothers of the children who had been pupils of Miss Frances Baker primary teacher here for the past Ihree years sponsored a miscellan eous shower in her honor Saturday at the Lutheran church parlors A pink and white color scheme was used Apple blossoms tulips and flowering almonds were the flower decorations The entertainment consisted of a mock wedding acted out by the school faculty ana several of the mothers Weddinggowns of by gone days when crinoline stays ruffles and high collars were all the rage were used A huge May bas ket held the gifts A three course luncheon was served fo the 53 wo men present Miss Baker will be a June bride and will live on a farm near Alex ander Outoftown guestswere Mrs R Baker and Miss Mabel Baker of Bel aud sister of the 99 Cinuning for the Wee Tot GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1684 Just as soft and dainty as a small girls frock could possibly be is the model shown today design 1681 There is a bit of smocking on lie shoulders both for fullness and trimming and a dainty ruffling of lace finishes neck and arm holes The fresh sheer charm of dotted swiss would be perfect for this ador able model It may be all white or it may be dotted and smocked in a color Other suitable fabrics are or gandie voile lawn or handkerchief linen May be obtained only in sizes 2 4 and 6 Size 4 requires 2 yards 36 inch material and yards lace 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 re ceipt 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 fash ion book will be sent upon receipt of 10 cents in coin Address all mail and orders to Mason City GlobeGa zette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City mond mother bridetobe ttfy V S Pat on Soften hard wafer with Melo and see how easy the dishes are to wash wafer combines with soap o make scum Scum leaves a dirty ring around the clishpan Scum leaves a dirty glaze on dishes But put n iablcspoonful of Melo in he dishpan Then sec No scum Sparkling dishes The delightfully soft and suilsv Aielo wherever you want soft water It makes me soap more effec tive With or without soap water softened vitli JMelo is an unusual cleaner Get t at vour croccrs WATtR SOFTENED WITH MCLQ JS A REMARKABLE CLEANER 10 CCIltS T1IE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO Canton Ohio Mannfaclurfrs cj Hammers and Nails Will Provide Thrilling Means of Sport to Children By ALICE JUDSON PEALE A hammer is no gentle toy In fact at first glance it scarce ly seems a toy at all Yet hammers appeal to the little child for several reasons They are bona fide tools which even the Olympian adult finds necessary They are so made that little hands can grasp them readily They suggest large swinging movements which the child enjoys They make a great deal of noise The process of actually hammering nails into a block of wood challenges him by its initial difficulty and thrills him with the sense of power that comes with achievement But hammers certainly are dan gerous A destructive child who has been given a hammer will light out in all directions regardless of who or what is in the way Even if he 13 only awkward he can hurt himself and inflict a good deal of damage Are hammers then a good sort of toy to put into the hands of a child three or under They are They merely require our careful supervi sion in the early stages of their use The destructive child needs to learn that whenever he uses his hammer for other than legitimate purposes it is at once taken away After a few repetitions this lesson sinks in The awkward baby needs to be given plenty of room in which to make his first efforts At first he can use his hammer cither to crush pebbles in the yard or to pound broad headed nails into blocks of wood When he first attempts to pound a nail we should set it for him with its point just thru the wood No matter how clumsily he wields his tool we must refrain from showing him how to hold and swing it It is better for him to discover these tngs for himself Soon he will beTible to set his own nails and will drive away lustily and with sur prising skill He should not be left alone with his hammer until we are sure he has acquired enough control so that he will not seriously injure himself PRKNtrpTrAI SHOWER FOR JorcE BRIDETOBE JOICE May Wadeah Abraham was honored Saturday at H prenuptial shower held at har home Miss Abraham who is the eld est daughter of Charles Abraham of Joice is to become the bride of James Soloman on Tune 2 The wedding will take place in Cedar Rapids Eva Scott Will Continue as President of G T A I684V For Memorial Day Thursday May 30th Cut Flowers pur lo 600 Wreaths each lo 1000 Baskets each to 500 Boxes each to 500 Urns each to Blooming Plants eachlOc to 500 Please Malic Your Reservation Early HERMAN M KNUDSON Prop Phone 55 0156 1205 S Federal Ave Greenhouse Open Evenings Until Memorial Day SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Teachers View Marionett Performance at Last Business Session HE Grade Teachers associatio closed its session for the yea at a business meeting Tue day at p m in the auditoriur of Lincoln school electing officer for the ensuing year as follows Miss Eva Scott president reelec ted Miss Lucile Long first vici president Miss Alice Fennema sec ond vice president Miss Lucile Ban man recording secretary Miss Es ther Tirowbridge corresponding sec retary and Miss Lottie Heft treas urer In behalf of the association Miss Fennema presented Miss Scott with a beautiful traveling bag in ap preciation of the faithful services rendered the past year Pupils of Miss Mao Marsh art supervisor of Lincoln school pres ented to the association one act of the Marionette performance which they have arranged and will present Thursday afternoon and evening which was much enjoyed by the au dience TO GIVE PROGRAM Monday evening at 8 p m Lime MISS EVA SCOTT Dinner Will be held at the Mason City Country club Opening of 1929 season Dorcas society Immanuel Lutheran Hostess Mrs Nels Landgren 111 Twentyninth street southwest at oclock Northeast circle Trinity Lutheran church Hostess Mrs Howard Thompson 338 Tenth street northeast WashingtonMonroe P T A Child Study Hostess Mrs T E Davidson 123 Twelfth street northwest in the evening L TJ G A Will meet with Mrs John Chris tiansen northeast of town Tuckubatchco class First Metho dist Hostess Mrs E J Sullivan 1103 North Jefferson avenue Xiisalnta Will meet for oclock dinner at the Y W C A B P AV Will have noon day luncheon at the Y W C A Energetic Will meet in Congregational church parlors PoniGo Hostess Mrs Tom Barclay 1410 East State street TriDccU Hostess Mrs W H Tudor at the DamonIgou tea garden Novel Hostess Mrs M F Miller 121 Vi Thirteenth street northeast for 1 oclock luncheon KumDubblc class First Baptist Will meet at the church at oclock to go to the home of Mr and Mrs John Brown Mr and Mrs Humistou will assist the hosts in entertaining O D O Hostess Mrs W A Collins 711 North Madison avenue at p m Baptist Booster Will hold class party at the church at 8 oclock Hurclinp Annual picnic will be held in East park in afternoon Golden Anniversary Is Celebrated by Clarion Couple at Their Home CLARION May and Mrs Edgar Bingham of Rowaa cclehrated their golden wedding an niversary last Saturday The day was made pleasant by the scores cards and presents that poured in on them all day and one gift that was a real surprise was a collection of gold pieces a gift of the entire community Mr and Mrs Bingham are one of the most highly respected in this community Mr Bingham came to Rowan with his parents at the of 15 months and has spent the balance of his life here in the vicinity Mrs Bingham came here at the age of 19 and t Vight school for several years On May 18 187fl they were married at the home of Mrs Bmghams parents at Apple River III after which they came to Rowan and settled on a farm They have spent the entire 50 years of their married life on this farm and in Rowan Mr and Mrs Bingham have three daughters Mrs Clinton Kercheval and Mrs J A Whittcn of Rowan and Mrs Charles Churchill of Clar ion also one son W G Bingham 10 grandchildren and four great grand children all of whom were in Row an to greet the anniversary cele brants except one grandson H G Wells says that a superstate Is necessary for world peace But he does not tell where supcrintelllgence is to be obtained for management Transcript Creek No 9 will give a program at which County Agent M E Olson will give a talk and also will show a comic picture After the program a light lunch will be served Mrs O H Connett is the teacher inthis school Pastor Who Married Couple Officiates at Its Silver Anniversary FOREST CITY May and Mrs G E Kloster of this city were honor guests at a twentyfifth wed ding anniversary parly which was held at the Hans Monson home sev en miles east of Forest City Sun day May 10 The selfinvited guests brot food and a covered dish dinner was served at After the dinner the Rev G O Olson of Lake Mills made the nup tial speech he baring married the couple 25 years ago Mrs Conrad Carlson of Leland sang appropri ate songs There were nearly 150 friends and relatives in attendance and a purse of silver was present ed Mr and Mrs Kloster in honor the event rOSTiVUITIAT SHOWER FOU UOWAX B1UDK ROWAN May Selwyn Houghton was honored ut a post nuptial shower at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Fred Aldrich Hostesses were Mrs Fred Williams and Misses Luelda McKinley Cleo Peddle and Gladys Martin Outof lown guests included Miss Daphne Houghton of Spirit Lake Mr and Mrs Eggcrs and Mr and Mrs Les ter Smith of Belmond and Mr ami Mrs A C Hnnsen and daughter Lila of Knnawhn ON STATE PROGRAM jyjRS J R HOLMAN 15 Oak Drive who is senior regent of the Mason City Loyal Order oC Moose and district supervisor has been selected aa one of the speakers on the program of the state conven tion of the order which will be held at Fort Dodge June 21 22 and 23 Her talk will be in association with the work of the organization KLAllHTlCHBRKlSTER OSAGE May Martha Klapperich daughter of Mr and Mrs Matt Klapperich of Stacyvllle vicinity was married Tuesday morn ing to Andrew A BreJsterof Fonddu Lac Wis the Rev C F Jungerman officiating at S oclock in the Sacred Heart catholic church in Meyer They were attended by the brides sister JUiss Emma Klapperich nml Clifford Schoger of Fon du Lac Mr and Mrs Breister will maka their home in Fond du Lac where the bridegroom is assistant engineer for the Giddlngs and Lewis Machine Tool company PETUNIAS For color effect and show there is no more satisfactory blooming plant They thrive and give a wealth of bloom under almost any condition Best Doubles 85c und ode California Ruffled Monsters 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