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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                a MASON CITY Davidson Says Cigarets Mental Efficiency and Capacity for Work DrT B Davidson apokeon the effects of alcohol drugs and tobac co on the human system Thursday afternoon at the W C TV tute held in the Grace Evangelical Hesaida visit to the peni tentiaries reveals that the cause of much of the crime is due to alco hol onehalf the traffic accidents are due to the use of alcohol too Dr Davidson said that mental ef ficiency is lowered by the use of cigarets and also the capacity for work is lowered The Rev Reuben Larson mission ary in Equador South America told of his work in Latin America Mrs E E Cfaappell couity presidenti spoke of the Moderation league She said a group of women has formed a body to bring back light wines and beer She urged more faith to the W C T U and more work in the organization Miss Bonnie Beeler played a pi ano number The Cradle Song Mrs O L Alen director for flower missions reported that the local union had taken 75 pakages of candy to inmates of the county home and also presents for the wo men of the home Candy was tak en to the shutins of the city too THE worlds most popular readytoeat cereal is made of native Ameri can corn 12000000 people daily enjoy corn in its most delicious crisp Kel loggs Corn Flakes CORNFLAKES ffaktt with the wonder flavor popular i Children Hall Fare and return feood only on the Statue Coaches only leaving Ma Pra Jaly 3rd honored in coacha on all trains and includinr the aoux leaving Chicago pm Sunday Jdly 7th iKiiiti hoar for Dplight Tim BaMball Racing taka moment 4 BIG DAYS Loti to and do BUT YOUR TICKJBTS EARLT H W FRAZEE Ticket Age Phone W F CODY Passenger Agent SthSt and S Pennsylvania ATC Phone 324 Mason City Iowa Phone 324 Mason City Iowa ELECTRIFIED OVER THE ROCKIES TO THE TIKE the veil of the sweet June bride which idoes not hide but only softens the radiant features that sparkle in happiness a good varnish brings out the beauty of rare woods and makes furniture floors and woodwork glow with a rich hospitable brilliancy There is a special quality varnish to meet every interior and exterior use including the delightfully convenient Four Hour Varnish TWIN CITY VARNISHES MANNING BROS PHONE 030 32 EAST STATE ST COUPON Thil coupon is worth fifty on the purchase of onllon or more of any Twin City VBmhhes when filled out with your nrune and address and presented at our store 50 Tourney to Occupy Men Family Day Afternoon Bridge Party Will Be Tuesday and Dance Friday ASON CITY families are plan ning safe and sane celebra tion of theFourth of Juiy Picnics seem to be the vogue this year and a quiet day at the Mason City Country club is being planned for those persona desirous of getting away from the noise and confusion of a city celebrating As usual on this day at the Country club a golf tourney will be the attraction for the men while it is expected bridge games will be in progress on the veranda or in the club rooms for the women Or visit ing and sewing may be the occupa tion of others A number of small group gatherings for luncheon and dinner are beingplanned too Other activities at the Country club during tne Fourth week include the afternoon bridge game for the women of the club Tuesday after noon when Mrs Allen Beck and Mrs Walter Walker will serVe as hostesses Friday evening July 5 is the din ner dance for all members and their out of town guests The committee for this affair consistsof Mr and Mrs L A Moore Mr and Mrs S R Bowen Mr and Mrs F G field Mr and Mrs Harold Bull Mr and Mrs Harry D Page MRS EGLOFF is NEW PRESIDENT OF SOROSIS At a special meeting of Sorosis club Thursdayafternoon with Mrs Stuart N Grummon 101 South Kentucky avenue Mrs W J Fg lott was elected president for the coming year Miss June Reeves ac companied by Mrs M M Wolver ton sang a group of childhood songs by A A Milne in costume of a small boy Miss Reeves was just graduated from college in Milwaukee arid the group of songs was given as of her senior recital program She has a beautiful voice and was pretty and charming m her dramatization of the num bers Her mother Mrs Lucy Reeves of Iowa City was also a guest COUPLE SAYS MARRIAGE REPORT IS FALSE According to and Mildred Meacham a report in Thursdays GlobeGazette of their marriage in Waterloo Sunday is false The item was telephoned to this office by a man and the re i porter acceptedit in good faith I The society department regrets the error MRS HALL GIVES GUEST LUNCHEON Mrs W Earl Fiver Heights drive entertained guosts at luncheon Thursday afternoon com plimentary to Mrs Webster of Iowa City who is here visiting the B A Webster family and Mrs Leland Miller who leaves in Julv to make her home in Cedar Rap ids Miss June Reeves sister of Mrs Hall and recent graduate of Mihvauj kec Downer college sang some nf j her recital She was accomj panied by Mrs M M Wolverton This Has Chic 6LOBEGAZETTE 20 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1723 Sleeveless sports frocks are out standing in the summer mode De sign 1723 is decidedly simple yet surprisingly smart when fashioned of piqueor linen Prominent stitch ingeffects a delightful trimming White and pastel shades are much in demand this season whether in plain color or printed with small flowers or geometric figures To daymodel gives the tuckin blouse appearance altho it is in one piece May be obtained only in sizes 16 18 20 34 38 40 and 42 Size 16 requires 2 yards of 36 inch material 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 perfectfit is guaranteed Patterns wilwl be delivered upon receipt of 20 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address slyla number and size wanted Our latest fashion book will be sent upon receipt of 10 cents in coin Address all mail and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City THOMPSONDEAN EMPLOYES HAVE ANNUAL PICNIC Employes families of theThompsonDean company held their annual picnic in East park Thursday evening A ball game fol lowed the supper 1723 WITH THE WOMEN OK TODAY By LILIAN CAMPBELL ROZSI VARADY of New PrllYork noted cellist and daugh ofDr Wilhelm Varady of Budapest was recently married to Joseph Anthony of Wew York author and editor Mr and Mrs Anthony are passing the me in Europe Miss Varaciy has appeared on the concert stage many times in tuis country and Europe She was one of the last pupils of the famous Popper and studied also under Hu go Becker At the Salzliurg music festival in 1926 she used a cello made for the royal family of Sax ony in 1615 by Antonio Amati Mrs Peale Scorns Person Who Employs Bribery for Childs Good Behavior By ALICE JUDGSON PEALB The naughty three year old criad all the way down town in the street car Beginning with fusslness and anger because hia mother would not let him lean out of thecar window he ended with a tantrum from which he was called only by the promise of ice cream if he would stop crying arid be a good little boy The moral is so obvious that it needs no pointing out Yet in in stances lesa pointed the best of us frequently resort to bribery It is a temptation for which the con venience of the moment makes it all too easy to fali When you are tired you do not perhapsexamine the means you employ to make Junior stop his racket Just to silence sisters wails you give her the very thing you de nted her a few moments before Never is peace bought at a heavier price When you reward your child for misbehavior you are teaching him to get what he wants by crying for it The immediate occasion from Which you got such swift relief by bribing him to be good will be re peated ten times for every time that you rewarded himfor being naughty For children are learning all the time Every act of yours teaches its lesson and whether that lesson is good or bad depends on you Dont permit yourself to bribe your child into good behavior Rath er endure his or her naughtiness if you have no other way of stopping it Endure even a public scene and the acid looks of strangers rather than fix in your childs mind the indelible impression that he need only cry hard and loud to get what he wants VOLDHAJCXA FOREST CITY June Void daughter of Mr and Mrs Arne Void and Oilman Hanna oldest son of Mrs Hans Hanna were married Wednesday at the Winnebago Luth eran church the Rev Johs Gran skbu performing the ceremony Miss Nora Void attended her sister and Dewey Hanna was best man The bride wore the same orange blossom wedding wreath worn by her moth er at her wedding 42 years ago HARNISCHREAY FREDERICKS BURG June At 9 oclock Thursday morning j o u Mr Anthony is the author of sevj Thomas Reay and Mrs Ella ft 1 fiHii nr eral novels and editor for a book corporation In 1923 and 1921 lie was editor of collections of the best news stories of those years MK5J JGSJSPH ANTHONY KOZSI VARADyj SOCIAL CALENDAR SATURDAY Giiis club Our Saviours Lutheran Will meet in church parlors at 2 oclock with Mrs Melvin Kettle Guggenheim Freeclmics for dentalrDliefWork among the children ofall sections of the city or New York is mediate aim of s a foundatpn an nounced recently byMuiry Guggeu iieim to be known as the Muvry and Lconie Guggenheim Founda tion Inc In general the aim of the foundation be the promotion thru charitable arid benevolent acti vities of the wellbeing of mankind thruout the world were maxriert at the Lutheran parsonage the Rev O C Durr of ficiating They will reside in Joliet 111 son and Mrs H L James It3 llaro Wedding King Ths family of George Bruegger of Milwaukee hai a wedding ring DR C R SMITH Chiropractor 3014 East State Ihone 445 MllS AUAiUS GIVES TKV IfOU DISTANT KIN ilr3 Arthur B Adams GSO East State street entertained informally Friday afternoon at a tea in honor of some friends and distant kin Among the 22 guests were Mrs J C Feeley pf Madison S Dak Mrs Frank Colburn and two daughters of Btlviderc 111 Mrs Leonar Fletcher of Peoria III and Mrs Bert Ayery of Glendale Cal TO IN 1 ROSE GARDEN Mrs William H Hathorh G54 East State street has invited the young men and women members or her Sunday school class of the First Bapttet church to breakfast Sab bath morning in her rose garden MRS LONG IS HOSTESS TO LUNCHEON GUESTS Mrs W E Long 232 Fifth street northwest was hostess Thursday afternoon to a group of neighbors at luncheon The hours were spent in formally with sewing and chatting Is in Germany that has bsen in possession for 150 years It is I made up of three separate thin gold i bauds that fold together when it is i placed on the finger The bands are joined by a tiny peg at the bottom and at the top of each of two of the bands is a hand resting on the eni blem of a heart When closed tho two hands are clasped and the Uvo j hearts become one I home of Mr and Mrs Leonard Steiff Wednesday the niarriage of their youngest daughter Ema Lou to Harold E Boman took place The bride and bridegroom were attended by Miss Evelyn Boman sister of the bridegroom and Eu gene Howland cousin of the bride FECHTENBURGLIBBY LATIMBR June 28 Mr and Mrs C H Fechtenburg former residents of Latimer announce the marriage of their daughter Helen Edith to Dana Marshall Libby which took place Saturday at Phil adelphia PaThe couple will be at home after July 15 at 274 South Burnett street East Orange N J Mr Fechtenburg was pastor of the Danish Lutheran church in Latimfcr and with his family resided here several years ago It doubtless be a comfort to some joungster to learn on the authority of his aunt that Ramsay MacDonald was a naughty boy at school This does not mean how ever that every naughty boy at school is heading for a premiership Christian Science Monitor It takes practically as much lit erature to gravel a highway as it Herald POLICE TO PROTECT UNOCCUPIED HOMES AT OWNERS REQUEST If vacationists or persons plan ning to leave the city will notify the police department of their departure the danger of burglary of their homes will be greatly lessened ac cording to Ray Oulman superin tendent of identification who de clared Friday that special attention would be given to those residences in the absence of the owner Superintendent Oulman pointed out that a burglary of an unoccu pied residenceis often not discov ered until the trail is too old to pick up any tangible clews For can get a Diamond at Seneys that will surprise you Pay for it by the week ONEHALF 1929 Fried Spring Chicken Sunday a m to pm Try Our Regular 40c Meals Lunch here after the Theater or Danco No wonder people like to come here for their noonday meal Delicious nourishing foods cour teously served in cool attractive surroundings Try our lunch And youll be back tomorrow PRINCESS CAFE 112 NORTH FKDEUM First Woman inMurilcr Trial Misa Venetia J M Stephensoli is j the first woman barrister to defend a murder trial at Old Bailey Lon don and was the second woman lawyer ever to appear in those pre cincts formerlysacred to man Welcotner McMillen of Gates Mill Ohio will head the committee which will welcome noted flyers to Cleve land during the national airraces In CHUnCH GIVES PARTY FOB PASTOR AND FAMILY The Rev and Mrs P W Pfaltz groff and family were surprised Thursday evening by members and friends of the Grace Evangelical church They were welcomed tack to the third year of ministry la the church Aftera program of music readings addresses of welcome and a response by the pastor there were games and a social hour The group j left two large baskets of provisions for the family B P W CLUB GOES TO NASHUA FOR DINNER Thirty members of the Mason City Business and Professional Wo mens club motored to Nashua Thursday evening for dinner with the Hampton and Waterloo clubs The dinner was held at the Nashua country club and was followed by music and cards EGLOFFS TO LEAVE FOR SUMMER STAY Dr and Mrs W J Egloff and family leave next week fora sum mers outing at their cottage at Fishhook Lake near Park Rapids Minn They expect to be gone until the first part of October BAPTIST AID SOCIETY HAS GARDEN PARTY A garden party at the E W Guild home was held Thursday afternoon for the Baptist Aid society Mrs F D Fessenden and Mrs Guild were the hostesses A luncheon was served at 1 oclock What inquires one head line la the matter with crime Our view 11 I that it is doing pretty 1 Ivewa Yes We can half sole womens sandals without using nails We cement them on and they look like new when finished We guarantee our work BEN BRASSER SHOE SHOP 1446 N Fedaral Avc Phone 327J WE CALL AND DELIVER Sensational HOSIER Y Sale Tomorrow 1C 00 Pair J185 S22E SAMPLES HiyK narrow French heelt beautiful J2 and j5 gaaye ehifloiit poin French ptcot tops AH he lifffct summer sTtaiei in cMffonx and light service can Tit idJ at one price SI1S 106 N Fedeva Avc COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE WHITE Dominates the Summer Mode In 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