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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                six MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JULY 2 1 B P W CLUB TO SEND TWO DELEGATES TO MICHIGAN New Yorker Will Preside Second Year Group to Study Calendar and Hear Roman Woman Doctor Speak TWO delegates from the Business and Processional Womens club here will attend the national convention to be held in Mackiiiae Island Mich beginning July 7 aad continuing one week The delegates are Miss Gladys Arnold recording secretary of the club and Mrs rpjjg president DAINTY PARTY DRESS GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Pattern 1730 The tiny tot will simply adore this lovely frock with its rows of narrow ruffles Very easy to fashion too as it is simple and plain Gath ers around the neck give ample fullness and grace Design 1730 would be ravishing fashioned of silk crepe in blue green pink yellow or white Or if one wishes to use organdie voile dimity or georget the frock will prove equally attractive May be obtained only in sizes 2 4 6 and 8 Size 4 requires 3 yards of 40 inch material This model is easy to make No niog on enter1 talning 3000 del1 egates It is exj pected that j northern c i t yI irill attract more f than tha southj cm city New Orleans last year first day will ba taken upl with registration adi preliminary i meetings withs Ibe business B 1 o ns Monday evening Miss Lena Madesin Phillips o you instructions every size A perfect fit is guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon receipt of 15o in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted Our latest fashion book will be sent upon receipt of 10 cents in coin Address all mall and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City T day on the parade ground at Fort Mackinac and sightseeing will com plete the convention program New York City national president will preside at this her second annual convention Miss Phillips was elected to succeed herself as presi dent last year in New Orleans International Night Program The principal speaker at the con vention will be Dr Maria Castel lanl of Rome and Miss Lutie Stearns of Milwaukee Wls Dr Castellans will speak on interna tional night July 10 and her sub ject will be The Progress Business Women Are Making on the Euro pean Continent This internation al night is to be the feature meeting of the program Flags of all na tions will be grouped with those of ha states adding background to the program This observance of international night is a direct out come of the goodwill trip made to Europe by B P W leaders last summer Two similar trips are be ing planned for this year directly following the convention To Study Calendar Another Interesting phase of the this year will be an ad on ShaH We Simplify Calendar vMargaret Elliott Ann Arbor Mich i will her vocational of new officers on Friday July 12 will be followed by a pageant Famous Women of America A midnight frolic is alno being planned and a trip will be nade to Sault Ste Marie A field KMSLIEBENSON CRESCO July Ruth Emslle of Cresco and Carl F Ben son of Harmony Minn were mar ried Thursday by the Rev P H Weed at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Emslie The couple left for a wedding trip to the Black Hills Yellowstone park and the Pacific coast and will reside on a farm near Harmony Minn SHAFFJERIUTZMAN DUMONT July Lela Shaffer daughter of Mr and Mrs D Shaffer was married Satiii day evening to Arthur Ritzmcm The marriage took place at the United Brethren parsonage tne Rev Fred Riggs offociated It was witnessed by the parents of the bride BUSHBATJMROY HAMPTON July mar riage of Miss Lottie Bushbaum daughter of Mr and Mrs John Bushbaum and Vern E Roy of Clarion took place Wednesday at the home of the brides parents near Dumont The ceremony was per formed by the Rev D C Perry of Dumont i ELLIOTTBRAG G HAMPTON July Maxine Elliott only daughter of W W El liott of this city and Kenneth Bragg of Herbst Ind were mar ried Saturday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage The ceremony was read by the Rev Ralph H Col lis and was witnessed by Miss Vir ginia L Cass and Robert D Yates ISJryf but by test iNUL RAY SENEY 3 has the best Diamond values Dream to be found Great for Daiieiiig perfect Summer Companion Take the portable Vic trol a with you to camp on the weekend party keepit on your boat in your car Heres real music for any mood Orthophoniotype soundbox Easy to wind anywhere Victor records stop automatically after playing Many exclusive features Indestructible Smartlooking Nothing to compare with it at even a higher price Let us play the portable Victrola for you today Portable yictfola VietroTa No 25 mrr tlYt STRAIN NERVOUSNESS Eye strain means nerve strain which means ex re lieve eye strain SMITH OPTICAL CO I 21 ErSTATEST MUSIC CO 124 N Federal A A Mother wants her children with her always Pho tographs are permanent rec ords of their growth and de velopment The Kirk Studio Phono 1003 B State 1130 BROTHER OF MRS EGLOFF VISITS HEBE George Percy Smith of Dubuque former Mason City man is here visiting his sister Mrs W J Eg loff 206 Third street northeast Mr Smith is a son of the late Dr Smith and with J H Stevens started the Smith and Stevens shoe store here years ago He later became man ager of the Western Grocery com pany JOHNSTONBURNS ACKLEY July marriage of Gladys Johnston daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Johnston of Ackley and Joseph Burns son of Mrs Anna Burns of Faulkner was solemnized this morning at 7 oclock at St Marys Catholic church by the Rev Nicholas Steffen cousin of the bride Miss Agnes Burns sister of the bridegroom and William Johnston brother of the bride attended tht couple BEACHHEBIG CRTCSno July AllceM Beach daughter of Mrs Alice Beach of Cresco and William D Hebig Cresco were married Sat urday at the Little Brown church near Nashua by the Rev J L Mc Corison Jr They were accompan ied by the bribes mother ROELFSEMAHANS LAKOTA July Hans and Miss Zena Roelfsema went to Blue Earth Saturday where they were married They were accom panied by Mr and Mrs Ahrend Hans They will be at home on Mrs Addie Seymours farm south of town REFRIGERATORS Y W Pool to Close July 15 Supervisor Announces Schedule Miss Stephanie Schultz swim ming instructor at the Y W C A announces the closing of the Y W pool July 15 for several weeks for repairs Because of this early closing Miss Schultz has arranged a new sched ule which Includes swimming classes and hours for supervised games for all children in East and West parks Her dancing classes will continue The new schedule which goes into effect immediately is as follows Monday 910 dancing for older children to 5 swimming with instruc tion tennis in East park Tuesday 810 dancing for smaller children 35 swimming for children with instruction 69 swimming instruction for be ginners Wednesday 89 tennis for chil dren in East park 911 games for all children In East park swimming with in structions for matrons swimming with instruc tions for children 68 open pool Thursday swimming for boys 46 swimming 68 swimming with Instructions Friday games in West park 3i swimming 68 open pool Saturday 1011 swimming for boys 15 swimming for children FITZLJOHANNS VOWS SAID TUESDAY MORNING Miss Daisy Fitzl and Herbert J o h an n s were mar ried Tuesday morning a L the Sacred Heart Cathi olic c h u r ch in Manly They were attended by Miss Rose Molek and Joe Johanns brother o f the bride groom Mrs J o hanns was grad u a t e d from St Josephs academy Mason City this spring Her bridesmaid Miss Molek who lives near Ply mouth also attended the academy OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY FERTILE July and M Carl Hildreth observed their thirty ninth wedding anniversary Sunday The followingwere their guests Leslie S Hildreth their son and family of Spirit Lake Mrs Fred Mann sister of Mrs Hildreth and Mr Mann Mrs Phil Ward and Mrs Ward of Austin Mr and Mrs Edd Broadwall of Lake Mills HOINESGRANNEK CRESCO July Christine Hoines daughter of Elias Hoines of Crosco and Walter H Granner of Eldora were married Thursday by the Rev O C Brenna TARTY HELD farewell surprise jiavty wns held In honor oC Mrs R W Hendrickson ot her home Girl Reserves at Camp at Clear Lake Here are the 66 Girl Reserves SOCIAL CALENDAR MRS JOHANNS WEDNESDAY Holy Family Aid Is postponed Our Saviours Lutheran Aid soci Will meet in church parlors Olivet Methodist missionary soci Is postponed for two weeks Loyal Ten Will picnic at East park at 2 oclock FORMER MASON CITY MAN VISITS AT LAKE Bert N Mills former Mason City man with Mrs Mills and his three children of Des Moines are at Clear Lake for a several weeks holiday Mr Mills went to school here and ctarted his career as a reporter on the Mason City Times He is now secretary to the Bankers Life com pany in Des Moines The family is staying in a cottage on the north shore of Clear Lake and on one of its first days there Mr Mills caught his quota of fish from his dock which made him accord ing to friends in Mason City pretty cocky and a booster Spr Clear Lake as a fishing grounds Ackley Board Vacancy Filled ACKLEY July 2 Raymond Steffen has been appointed a mem ber of the Ackley board of educa tioou to fill the vaacncy made by the death of Relko Snater A HOME MOVIE ift SUBE 50 Ibs capacity j1 C QA Felt Lined tJJlOOU 75 Ibs capacity Felt lined 75 Ibs capacity Cork Lined 100 Ibs capacity Cork Lined Chickasaw County Gives 162 Marriage Licenses NEW HAMPTON July hundred and sixtytwo couples ob tained marriage licenses from Ruy R Sisson clerk ofthe district court of Chickasaw county during ttie month of June Last year 151 couples obtained licenses making an increase of 11 for this year National Ice Chests 50 Ibs capacity divided for icr and food Q Cork Lining TKRMS IF DESIRED CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO 11 First St S W 213211 HOME FOR VISIT FOREST McGuirc came tome for a brief visit with bis mother who 1ms been 111 and while in Forest City attended to some business mat ters before returning to Maxiuolteta whore the McGuiro brothers have n grading contract Spray Black Flag Liquid into he air Etery single Jly andmotqvita drops dead The GlobeGazette Offers to Its Readers Religions of the World This booklet facts and sta tistics about the religious bodies of the United States and the rest of the world has been compiled by our Washington information bureau to answer thousands of questions received from readers It contains data on ail religious bodies hundreds of unusual Bible questions facts about all de nominations religious history number of churches and mem bers and other useful and Inter esting facts Fortyeight pages Use the coupon Frederic J Haskln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 10 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD Name Street Clly State Sprayed in enwtj Black Flag killt roaches Black Flag is the deadliest liquid in sectkiller known Money back if not satisfied BLACK FLAG LIQUID WHY PAY MORE IHtteft FlofC m PataJar form Equally rt madly 1 Sc up SOLD BY their supervisors having a rollicking good time at the camp held recently at the Methodist grounds at Clear Lake Every morning at 9 oclock the girls assembled for devotions with the councilors serving as lead ers Three hours each day were spent la interest groups each girl enrolling for one subject At an evening ceremonial Girl Reserve awards were given to the following girls on the basis of tri angle representation Vera Holman Mary Clark Doris Crabb Faith Dorland Elma Palmer Catherine Webster Ocy Aliene Fenske Betty Bull Jean Ballantyne Charlotte Ames Margery rlckett Margaret Vaughn Jane Williams Elizabeth Hoddy Evelyn Pitman and Cather ine Stoltz Almost every girl at camp took home at least one winning honor as a reward for her effort Several received the highest honor given flying fish The flying fish emblems were awarded Mary Clark Mar garet Hedges Betty Bull Beth De Voe and Eunice Anderson The re wards were given In form of emblem for the swimming suits Many girla received their Red Cross beginners and swimmers buttons A water demonstration was put on the last day of camp by the fly ing fish group This consisted of strokes dives races stunts and games Miss Theresa Holt Y W girls work secretary was director of the camp TULSA WOMAN ARRIVES FOR VISIT HERE Miss Ora Mae Gardinier of Tulsa arrived in the city Saturday VLias Gardinier is the assistant to Dr P G Murray in the new Medi cal in Tulsa vane ax pects to remain here a month vis ling her two sisters Mrs Carl Nessett 103 East State street and Vtrs Preston St Peters 34 Twen tieth street southeast arid also her sister Mrs H Doty of Clarinn Miss Gardinier will be accompanied aome by her mother who is also visiting here Helping the Homemaker By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE Menus for Sunday Breakfast Chilled Oranges Poached Eggs and Broiled Bacon Raiain Gems Coffee Dinner Fried Chicken Buttered New Potatoes Bread Grape Jam Vegetable Salad Peach Roll Coffee Supper Cream Cheese Sandwiches Iced Tea Sponge Cake Raspberries Vegetable Salad Serving Six One cup diced green beans 1 cup diced cucumbers cup chopped sweet pickles 2 tablespoons chopped onions 2 tablespoons chopped green peppers teaspoon salt 4 teaspoon pepper Vi tea spoon celery salt 13 cup saJad dressing Mix and chill the ingredients and serve on lettuce leaver Peach Roll Using fresh or canned peaches Two cups flour 3 teaspoons bilk ing powder 13 teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons fat 1 egg 23 cup milk 1 cup sliced peaches cup sugar 2 tablespoons flour 1 tea spoon cinnamon 2 tablespoons but ter Mix the two cups of flour baking powder and salt Cut in the fat and add the egg Slowly add the milk the exact amount can not always be determined until a soft dough out until the dpiijyb is one quarter inch thick Spread with the rest the ingre dients which have been mixed Roll up like a jelly roll and bake for 20 minutes on a greased pan Serve warm cut in ono inch slices Sliced peaches plain or whipped cream lemon sauce or ice cream can accompany this dessert Investigate Quarrels Before Taking Sides Urges Alice J Peale By ALICE JUDSON PEALE Jessie came into the house dig ging her fingers into her eyes utd sobbing violenty They wouldut let me play with them They aaid Go way we dont want you I wanted to play so nicely but they said Go home we dont want you in our game Theyre mean old things Never you mind sweetheart if those horrid little Tompkinscs dout want you to play with them You can have just as good a time right here You play with mother aid sister in your own back yard Just dont you Jessie Tried to Rule And what really did happen down the street The truth was that Jes sie who rules at home tried to rule the little Tompkinses They were playing house on the front lawn un der the syringa bushes and invited Jessie to join them Immediately she began tilling them their game was no good and that it would be much more fun to play school on the porch steps But the Tompkinses were quite happy playing house under the syringa bushes and they were not going to change They told her so and when she still insisted they quite proper ly told her to go home Investigate Quarrels Investigate your childrens quar rels However much you naturally sympathize with him dont assume that your child is right Dont be cause you love him let him feel himself to be the injured party when In reality he has only re ceived such treatment as he has Drot upon himself Unless you can find put what ac ually happened It is better not to take sides at all Remember that sooner or later your child will have to learn to fight his own battles not only with perfectly nice little Tomp kinses but witH all the mean snobs and rough hoodlums he is bound to meet in the course of his growing up WHEN you look for hosiery look for NEUMODE HOSIERY STORE 7 West State DrYAFarrelI M B A BUILDING General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children I ll COURTESY AND SATISFACTION 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