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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBJEGAZETTE SOCIAL LIFE CONTINUES REGARDLESS OF EXTREME Teas Bridge Planned For Next Week Country Club Offers Cool Spot for Breakfasts Luncheons While the temperature continues to motmt and Mason City becomes alnjest torrid from the burning sun hostess and guest forget the heat while hands of bridge continue to go round and conversation turns to weddings teas and luncheons The social life must go on Mri and Mrs Earl Smith enter tained 14 guests at the Country club Friday evening in honor of I milL material and yard lace Mrs J Leonard Kline who is leav This model is easy to make No Afternoon Frock GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN The rounded neck line and corres ponding lines of theskirt flara are Interesting features of Design 1470 Pert bows add a graceful finish at yoke and waist A dainty lingerie touch is given with the bit of laco forming a vestee Printed silk crepe would be charming for this frock Both light and dark grounds are very smart either flowered dotted or printed in geometric designs Black and maize rown and beige blue and white are a few suggestions for new col or schemes Mav be obtained only in sizes 16 18 20 34 36 38 40 42 and 44 Size 36 requires yards of 40 ingfor her new home in Cedar Rap ids about Aug 1 Table decorations were carried out in yellow and white Mrs W J Edmondson and Miss Grace Barnard of Perry sis ters of Mrs Smith and Miss Elea nor Hibbard of Eau Claire Vfis were out of guests i Entertained at Luncheon Mrs J LPauley entertained Sat wrday at a bridge luncheon for 21 guests Sweet peas and garden flowers decorated the tables and following the luncheon five tables of bridge were played Out of town guests were Miss Mabel Burr of Waterloo guest of Mrs RE Faul ty and Mrs R Wilson guest of Mrs M J Fitzpatrick Mr and Wilson are spending the week end with Dr and Mrs Fitzgerald on their way to Omaha their home Miss Martha Mickey who Is to marry John Dibble Sept 12 con tinues to be much feted with sev eral showers and luncheons planned in her honor for the coming week Mrs G H Feldman and daughter Bonnie entertained for Miss Mickey 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 receipt of 15 cents fn coins careful ly wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted Our latest fashion book wiil ba sent upon receipt of 10 cents in coin Address all mail and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street Now York City Saturday at ii given at the 1 oclock luncheon Home tea room Eighteen guests were served and following the luncheon party went to the Feldman home where aclotheslines shower was given Miss Mickey1and five tables1 of bridge were played Mrs A M Mclaughlin guest of Mrs G S A very was an out of town guest f Country Clab Is Popular Th e Mason City Country club with its greenV lawns and cool coun try breezes has becomemore popu lar itiar ever since the mercury has continued to climb Teas luncheons iiand picnics appear on the Country club programfor the coming week Tuesday afternoon thfc regular bi weeklyhridge party will be held at Country club with Mrs DJ W Grippen and Mrs R F Ciough as eveningvMrs J Klinewillbelionbred at a Country club dinner given by Miss Mable Mary Sherwood Twentyfive guests will be entertained Miss Dorothy Westfall is enter taining 22 guests at a Country club b reakf astbridge Wedne s day mo rn fig In honorJofMarthaMickey and Mrs vWayne Cawaxd of Ventura Cal Mrs Dwigiit Meyers of Mar seUles ni and Mrs Ourtts H Goodenow of Monrovia Cal will be among the guests The Monday club will meet for their annual picnic at the Country club Thursday noon Mrs D H Kelly of DesMoines will be a guest of the club Lake Is Cool Spot Clear Lake with its cool breezes affords a pleasant spot for house paities and luncheons A number of Gamma Phi Beta members from Iowa State college at Ames are spending several days in the Ruft iwood1 cottage on the south shore Sunday noon 24 Gamma Phis from all parts of north Iowa will enjoy a dinner and afternoon together at Sou thshore Country club Those at tending the houseparty at the Ruffwood cottage include Marion Larson of Sioux City Helen Thom as of Sioux City tJGale Latimer of Clear Lake Kathryn Misback of Al gdna MildredMcBreath of Whit ing Marjorie Mitchell of Mason City and Frances Fish of Ames Mrsi Dwight Meyers Friday eve nirig guests Tor the houseparty ata theater party Mrs Meyers formerly Hope Hdff ner6f Mason City waa a member of GammaPhi Beta sorority at the University of Iowa She appending the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs J McKee Heffner at Clear Lake Tuesday Mrs P A Redfearn and Miss Enola Redfearn will entertain at luncheon and six tables of bridge at their home on Dodges Point Out of town guests will be Mrs Lester Dibble of Lincoln and Mrs Curtis Goodenow F E WELLS CELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs F B Wells celet brated their thirtieth wedding an niversary Friday evening when tue Double Six club met at their home 124 Thirteenth street northeast for a picnic dinner Mr and Mrs Wells were presented a gift from memhei3 of the club Mr and Mrs Edgar Dusenburg of Freeport HI were guests of tie club Listless Children Need Playmates or Parents to Provide Stimulation By ALICE JUDSON PEALE Some children are self starters Never do to ask anyone what to do andsoldom how to do what they wish These children are the product of unusually fortunate circumstances of dispositions well suited to take advantage of the en vironment in which they find them selyes But most children are not self starters Whether this is because their environment or their trainiag has been at fault is hard to say Most of us naturally think 6f child hood as the time of spontaneity and enthusiasm and vigorous activ ity Yet it is true that a great many children when left to them selves spend sorry hours of listless ness Such a Work Rapid on MacNider Farm Home Tree Surgeons Preserving Giant Trees on Farm East of City Rapid progress is being made in the construction of the farm home of Col Hanford MacNider east of Mason Citywhere a crew of 50 men are at work laying the roof water proofing the inside of the stuns walls putting on the cornice and copper eave gutters erecting inatdo partitions and other work on tr structure A crew of tree surgeons are at work on the trees that surround the building Particular effort is Being made to preserve a giant box elder whichbranches out 100 feet said by the tree men to be the most remarkable box elder they hnv ever seen Besides cleaning out the wounds and filling them up wth concrete the workers are digeinsr a trench around the outeredge of the root system Into which they put With the Women of Today Among the attractive women from foreign shores who grace Washington D c diplomatic so Social Calendar for Next Week child needs stimulation Best of all is jtp help him find play mates who will stir him to happy pursuits A summer camp is the best place for him But if for one reason or another it is impossible to provide for him thecompanionship of his fellows an adult who can in some measure take their place is the next best thing i If your child is one who finds the day holds many vacant hours yourself to be his playmate Do with him the things In which likely he would be Interested after he once got started Do with him the things you like to do yourself Nothing is more catching than enthusiasm especially when the carrier is one whom the child Go swimming with your child walk in the woods with him plav ball with him with him iii garden In the carpenter shop or the garage The listless one soon will catch your enthusiasm and naps will become a good self starter L DrVAFarrelT M B A BUILDING General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children Helping the Homemaker By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE DINNER FOR HOT WEATHER Sliced Tongue Potato Salad T Grape Conserve Sliced Pineapple Gold Cake Coffee Potato Salad Serving Six Two cups diced cooked potatoes 1 teaspoon teaspoon d cooked diced 2 4 T a utueu ti tablespoons chopped onions 2 table spoons chopped pimentos cup diced cucumbers V dressing Mix and chill the Ingredients and in a bowl lined with crisp let tuce leaves Gold Cake With Orange Juice Onehalf cup fat 1 cups sugar 3 egg yolks 1 teaspoon lemon ex tract 1 teaspoon orange extract teaspoon salt 1 cup orange juice 3 cups pastry flour 3 teaspoons bak ing powder 3 egg whites stiffly Dfiaten Cream the fat and sugar Add the egjr yolks and beat for 2 minutes Add the extracts salt juice flour and baking powder and beat for 2 minutes Fold in the egg whites and pour into two layer cake pans which have been fitted with waxed papers Bake in a moderately slow oven for 30 minutes Cool and frost Frosting Twothirds cup sugar cup flour teaspoon salt 2 cups milk 2 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 tea spoon lemon extract Mix the sugar flour and salt Blend well and add the milk Cook in a double boiler stirring frequently until very thick Add the eggs well beaten and cook for 2 minutes Add the rest of the ingredients and cool Frost between the layers and on the top and sides of the cake Sunday Tea Menu Stuffed Peach Salad Cream Cheese Sandwiches Fruit Cookies iced Tea The most frequent double play is that from pay window to worker to installment Jour nal TUESDAY Will meet for oclock lunch eon at the Hanford CMveso club Picnic for members and husbands State park at oclock Afternoon bridge at Country club Hostesses Mrs D W Grippen and Mrs Ray R F Ciough WEDNESDAY East Side Ladles Ice cream social on Ed Hartman lawn THURSDAY L U G A Will meet with Mrs Carl Hanson east of city Thursday bridge meet with Mrs H D Fal lows at Clear Lake caddy housa at 1 oclock Olivet Will meet at with tincicianr41B Nine teenth street southeast Mrs R E Patton leader of temperance lesson Monday Annual picnic at Mason City Country club Baptist Ladies Aid Ice cream social on the William Hathorn lawn 654 East State street FRIDAY BaotiBt Missionary White cross work meeting and picnic supper at church First Presbyterian Ice cream social oh church lawn serving from 1 to 10 oclock Mrs Campbells division serving Pleasant Ridge Will meet with Mr and Mrs Hor ton Woodward Hill Kare Will meet with Mr and Mrs Paul Payne HARPMILLER IOWA FALLS July the home of Mr and Mrs James A Harp this afternoon took place the marriage of their only daughter Mary Alice to John Thomas Miller of Des Momea The bride a gradu ate of the Iowa Falls schools and of Drake university has been teaching at Colo the past two years Mr Miller is associated with the Meredith publications in Des Moincs After a trip to the Black Hills Mr and Mrs Miller will re side in Des Moines The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Flower Gardening Many annual flowering plants will grow and bloom if you merely put seeds In the ground Every variety will do better if given reasonable care starting with the seed and attending to It thru all stages of development Planting and transplanting at proper seasons preparing the soil attending to water and cul tivation are all important This booklet gives accurate facts on these points and nelps you select the flowers of sizes colors and blossoming seasons most useful to your garden Use the coupon Frederic J Haskin Director The GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose herewith 6 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the bookltt ANNUAL FLOWERING PLANTS Name Street City State To Bolld Stable At what will be the gateway to the MacNider property excavation is completed for a stable From this a winding road following the con tour of the hill leads to the en closure of trees where the house i being erected The wall construction will consis of the outside wall of native roI inaide of which will be a layer of insulation then a wall of hollow tile then metal lath and plaster The roof will have insulation next to the slate shingles as well as un derneath the rafters Is Fireproof Structure The house is being made fireproof thruout the floors being of concrete The only wooden part of the struc ture will be the roof which if it does catch fire could burn off with out harming the remainder of the house the floor of the garret also being concrete A beautiful view of the Winne bago river valley can be obtainoa to the south from the house Yale began its investi gation of human behavior by exarar ining the brains of minnows the Die News Wife Preservers Madame U Ismail Bey ciety circles is MadameAH Ismail Bey wife of the first secretary of the Egyptain legation y TrNear Relief to Close With an estimated 1500000 lives saved thru its work the Near East Kelief will withdraw from the field of nationwide campaigns on the ground era of drives for war relief and postwar reconstruc tion should end it is announced by ur James L Barton New York chairman of the board of trustees It will be prepared to return Its charter issued Aug 6 1910 by con gress when the distribution of funds and supplies may be finally accounted for and its obligations overseas aremet The only organzation to throw It self into the of malnisterimr to the vast populations who at the outbreak of the was were violently uprooted from their ances tral homes the Near East Relief saved the lives of 132552 orphan children fed 12500000 persons dur ing famine periods and gave med ical aid to 6000000 Knnmmediatelv after the armistice 500 volunteer workers were sent out and thirty hospitals established and in the chief centers of dis ress More than thirty trades were taught in its orphanages and Echools and today thousands of the rescued waifs are upstanding selfrespecting self supporting ypungmen and This work of philanthropy has een looked upon as representing he best spirit of America Dr Barton reports and has won for America and Americans a place of special appreciation and respect In Russian Armenia in Persia in Tur ey in Syria and in Greece Hardboil leftover egg yolks use grated for garnish over various creamed dishes responsibility Cleveland E Dodjre in whose office the Near East Re lief was organized in 1915 is chair man of the group Overseas gov ernments are urgently requesting this committee to continue its serv ices Dr Barton said DickinsonFrederickson Marriage Solemnized at Brides Home Saturday ALGONA July Helen Dickinson daughter of Mrs Helen IJickmson deputy county auditor and a niece of Congressman L j Dickinson was married Saturday afternoon in the Dickinson home to Frederick H Fredericksen of Great Falls Mont The ceremony was per formed at oclock by the Rev A English of the local Presbyterian church Preceding the ceremony Miss Edns Vohs accompanied by Mrs Carl Vohs sang Oh Promise Me and At Dawning Virginia West Mr and Mrs Robert West of Owatonna Minn was bearer The bride who was present ed by her uncle J A Van Ness of Mason City wore a gown of orchid Miss Dickinson is a graduate of the Algona high school and has at tended the state collegeat Ames and the Iowa State Teachers college at CedarFalls She taught in the Forest City public schools for two years and last year taught at Downers Grove 111 Mr Fredericksen is a son of Mr Fredericksen of Humboldt aud was born at Humboldt where ho was graduated in 1921 from WOMAN HEADS ROAD Humboldt high school He is also a graduate of the Iowa State Teach ers college class of 1927 He is now assistant controller and credit man ager of the Paris Department store Great Falls Mont where the coupl will be at home after September J Guests from a distance who were m attendance at the wedding were Mrs Sophia Frederickson Mr an1 Mrs John Ford Misses Meta Fre en5k5n and Edna Marie Ford and Clark A Lane all of Humbolrtf Pittenger Argues for Waterway in Address to Postal Employes VIRGINIA Minn July 27 There Is no single thing that will mean so much to the northwest asi the construction of the St rence deep waterway to relieving the agricultural industry and stimulating trade and industry Congressman William A Pittengei of Duluth declared in an address here tonight Mr Pittenger was one of the prin cipal speakers at a banquet featur ing the fourth annual joint conven tion of the Minnesota Federation of Post Office Clerks Minnesota State Association of Letter Car riers Minnesota Federation of Rural Carriers and Auxiliaries The convention which opened to day will continue thru Saturday and is being attended by more than 750 postoffice employes of the state North Carolina railroad state owned has a new woman this time Mrs Thomas C BIckett widow of a former gover nor She is widely known for char ity and welfare work Leon of Great Falls Montana Miss Marjorie Pow ers Webster City Mabel Lickman W71 Mraod Mrs R B Whitney Fond du Lac Wis Mr and Mrs J A Van Ness Mason City Mrs Robert West and daughter Virginia of Owatonna Minnf Al and Mrs R c Dickinson Winne bago Minn Mrs K E Wrierht Clayton New Mexico Mrs Laird Duncan Haverstraw New Yoik Mrs Lyall Jacobsen Los Angeles Cal Mrs E S Seward Chifago and Mr and Mrs Henry Christian sen and son of Humboldt Mr Shimamura Gives Water Demonstration at Clear Lake Beach For the care of the 20043 chil dren too young to be graduated from Its schools or for whom ade quate homes have not been found a subcommittee called the Con iervation committee has assumed MRS McNEELYS STORY OF PRAIRIE IS OUT THE JUMPING OFF PLACE Marian Hurd McNeely This story which all but captured the 51000 prize offered by the publishers Longmans Green and company for the best juvenile fiction submitted will be relished not only by boys a n older will find in it a marked development m the author One does not read far into the book before realizing that here is a fine expression of the story tell er s art The sentences flow with an ease naturalness and an enrap turing beauty that will win the at tention of almost any type of read er The development of the plot is nandled with what is evidently a more matured skill than was shown m Rusty Ruaton Rusty Ruston The story concerns itself with w 41WCJ4 VYJUil pioneer life in South Dakota of four orphaned children the oldest of whom is Becky 17 years Becky is a B S B type of girl good as gold but at the same time en dowed with a refreshing spontan iety Thru the discouragements that come as result of bitter cold and blazingheat she keeps up a surpris Dick her 15 year old i shares her re featUre of the the manner in brother of course sponslbilitles The outstanding story however is wl which Mrs McNeely succeeds in portraying the strange inexplicable call of the land of how the prairies cruel and inexorable to her subjects neverthless held them spellbound fay their attachment for the soil Some ofthe prairie characters are most vividly drawn Mason City friends of Mrs Mc Neely who is a redisent of Du buque will find this a most de lightful A N GETS LETTER FROM HOOVER you that I accept with much appre ciation Please accept for the asso ciation in your capacity as its sec retary my cordial thanks A service distinctly beneficial to persons confined by illness or auf fermg from infirmity has been in who augurated by the Des Moines pub lio library with the assistance of the Girl Scouts of Des Moines The Girl Scouts have volunteered to serve as messengers and will deliver library books to and from persons who have no other means of procur ing regular library service In or der to service it is only necessary for patrons to telephone or write the library MASON CITY LIBRARY DOES EXTENSION WORK As usual the Mason City library has been doing a great amount of Interesting work with camp li braries this summer Collections of books have been sent tothe Y M C A Y W C A Boy Scout 4H and Farm Womens rest camps The largest camp is the Boy Scouts where 800 boys are in attendance all of the time One of the Boy Scouts acts as librarian thruout the camping months The women at the Farm Womens rest camps particularly enjoyed their library and all of them obtained books to read during the rest hour after lunch Miss Lydia Barrette the Ma son City librarian appeared on their program In her book review of The Better Country by Dallas Lore Sharp she Included a realistic description of the tragedy of being stuck in Iowa mud roads 1 The time of the regular weekly book talk given over WHO by the Des Moines public library hag been changed from p m to p m on Tuesdays in order that the aviation program over the chain can American Library association has eceived the following letter from President Hoover la your letter of May 23 you spoke of my pleasant Durinjr duty to Inform you that the Amerl at this time each week The Davenport public library broadcasts book programs at vari ous times each week over WOC A swimming and lifesaving dem onstration was given Saturday A L Shimamura at the Weilmon bathing beach The demonstration was arranged bv Mrs Ben Slemmons for the enter tainment of the state convention of painters and decorators being held at the Lake Mr Shimamura Ha waiian life guaid at Wellmons beach has been for the last three years examiner with the Cerro Gordo county chapter of the ican Red Cross Mr Shimamura acquired his early swimming ability in Hawaii but has apent the last eight years in Amer iica where he has been a student at the University of Iowa the Iowa StateTeacherg college and the past two years has taken a medical course at Loyola university of Chicago The first part of the demonstra tion consisted of the correct side stroke the single overarm breaststroke the Australian American crawls and the Inverted the and crawl The second part consisted of Red Cross demonstration In life saving in which Mr Shimamura was assisted by one of his students Miss Frances White They first demonstrated how to save a drown ing person and still keep out of danger then proceeded to the tired swimmers carry the front and back strangleholds and a demon stration in resuscitation CELEBRATE SILVER ANNIVERSARY LATIMER July and Mrs Ole Christensen were pleas antly surprised Thursday evening when a large number of nelghboia and friends helped them celebrate their silver wedding anniversary The couple was presented a set of silverware and old fashioned ser enades and a large cake livened the evening Mr and Mrs Christensen have been residents of this commun ity for a number of years IT CLUB MEETS WITH MRS JOHNSTON Mrs Harold W Johnston 115 Fourth street northeast entertained the It club Friday evening After a business meeting the evening en tertainment was dancing and cards Betty Sullivan won high score bunco MARRIAGE LICENSES A marriage license has been is sued to Emma Groff of Mason CItv and Carl Abendroth of Mason City A license has also been ssued to I F Wilcox and Margaret J Perry both of Northwootl AIRS RYAN AT FAREWELL PARTY Mrs L B Kramer 426 Fourth street northeast Friday evening en tertained at a farewell party for Mrs J p Ryan 304 First street southwest who leaves next week for her new home in Des Moines Bridge was played with Mrs Wil liam McFarlane Mrs Irving Elstad and Mrs Ryan receiving prizes A handkerchief shower was also given for Mrs Ryan Ferry Operator for 40 Years Quits Now That Bridge Is Built BLAIR Nebr July 27 operating a fsrry here for 40 years Charles Haynes 71 has surrendered to the march of progress and will not wage the toll war he had CITY BRIEFS planned Just before the new Abraham Lincoln memorial bridge across the Missouri river was dedicated yes terday Haynes sold out to the NebraskaIowa Bridge corporation owners of the Haynes who said he received for the business was an in terested spectator at the bridge dedication He told friends that he was glad to retire Mr and Mrs G W Stevens 631 South Pennsylvania avenue and three daughters left Saturday for Denver Colo where they wiil spend about a month Jo Whltfieldwho has been in Mason City the last two weeks visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs Harry Whitfield has returned to Chicago where he will remain for about a week after which he will go to New Yorkto continue his stage career Mr and Mrs E A Engler 10 South Taylor avenue and Mr Eng leirs mother Mrs John Engler and two sisters Edna and Clara of Waterloo returned Friday from a 3000 mile vacation trip which lasted about two weeks They were at the Rocky mountains Denver and Chyenne where they saw a Frontier Days performance and during the entertainment one of the animal tamers and two steers were killed according to Mr Engler who is proprietor of the Michael drug store here The Rev and Mrs George K Davies and family will leave Mon day morning for an eastern trip They will spend some time in Taren tum Pa visiting Mr Davies ents Dr and Mrs George E They will also go to Dorset Va to visit Mrs Davies mother Mrs W S P Bryan Returning they expect fi to come thru New York Princeton and Philadelphia The visit with j Mr Davies parents will be unique in that for the first time in 14 years Mr Davies two brothers Dr John A of Farmington Conn and Dr Paul E of Springfield Ohio and one sister Miss Katherine Davies will have a reunion COURTESY AMD SATISFACTION WITH S Is subtle f effective Here are froeks sailsd eoafs wfiieh tew slendemess buitt info ating distinctly Jhe slim possibili ties vriced com Every Garment Reduced at July Clearance Prices EXTRA SPECIAL 5 DAYS ONLY can Library association elected me slty library at aa an honorary member and Is my continued pleasant privilege to inform sumed the be re i Bnt Better DIAMOND VALUES SENEYS Our operators make a keen stucty of fitting the style hair dress to madams appearance in such manner as to accentu ate her chic personality Waves for all textures of hair Scalp and facial disorders corrected PHONE 919 7 So Delaware   

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