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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TULY29BI 1929 yjx x VTjjvJXJUiixAZijfix1x5 f LEGION AND AUXILLARYjNJOY ANNTTAI PJQNIC IN PARK A bers aboutrehabilitation stressirier He explained honofct i A Mrs Albee Is Honored at festival Tells of V a 1 u e s Gained Fvom Legion Membership About 200 legionnaires and auxil iary members attended the annual picnic sponsored by the auxiliary at East park Sunday with Mrand Mrs O H Albee of Marsballtown guests Foltowing the dinner ivhich was served cafeteria stylo a number of short talks were given the first person on the program be ing Mrs Albee state president of Uio auxiliary Mrs Albee talked to the men bers about rehabilitation stressing the value of the annual Merhbria day poppy sale Onethird of tup poppy money raised according to Mrs Albee is sent to the state for exservice boys in hospitals who have no compensation Every ex service member of the American Legion having no regular income re ceives about 2monthly for spending money Another phase of the Re habilitation work being carried on is In regard to higher education for children of exsoldiers Mr Albee told about the Legion convention which is to be in Mar shalltown this year and invilcl members to come and take advan tage of the newly paved city street the new hotel and the convention benefits The next speaker of the picnic program Howard OLeary spok on membership stressing the im portance of being a Legion member and the necessity of increasing the local membership and keeping it up He explained the benefits which an exsoldier can gain from his mem bership in the American Legion Mrs J E MacDonald gave a talk to the home auxiliary th organization of a new auxiliary ii Plymouth The new unit was organ ized Friday with a charter member ship of IS Before the program of talks the Legion drum corps gave a den onstration NdsSupper May Mean Child Merely Craves Additional Attention FROCKS To Please For Every Occasion at 10 and EXCLUSIVELY Betty Janes Frock Shop is be coming more popular every day with the most fastidious women The styles the quality of materials are the best obtainable The prices are the lowest This is possible only because our buying Is done with other Betty Jane The new is shown here first Just take a look at Betty Janes wonderful array of beautiful Frocks By ALICE JTJDSON PEALK I dont want any supper an nounced Ben with a challenge inhis voice His mother stopped in the act of serving him Why not she asked Because I just dont want to eat All right then just run along Youre Her voice was se rene arid unconcerned Ben looked at her with Incredulity He hesitaled on the threshhold of the door and looked back But no one noticed him Mother was telling dad about the damage the cut worms were do ing in the garden Sha seemed to have forgotten all about him At breakfast Ben ate heartily JTo one commenteu on his third helping of cereal His arresting deed of the evening before had apparently caused not a rippie and left not a trace in the mind of anyone Children often refuse to eat be cause they enjoy the stir which their refusal creates One1 has but to question and urge or even threaten and punish to be sure of perpetuatingwhat probably is merely a passing notion and to fix it as an habitual response called forth in the child when things are not al together to big liking As soon as the child learns that iie can get a rise out of his elders by this simple device he finds plenty of occasions when its use will give him satisfaction If it is attention he craves he lere discovers an easy way to get t If he wishes to get even for soma rrustrations he has suffered he finds a ready weapon with which to riake his elders dance to his tune Jont let him get away with it If our child refuses to cat make ure he is not sick and then with entire nonchallance excuse him rom the table With the Women of Today By LILIAN CAMPBELL As a busy woman Mra Frances Anderson of Los Angeles has a rec ord which few would be able or care to try to emulate Sha runs three home a successful bond brokeraga business and a col lege course Mrs Anderson is a widow with a family of four children to support Veterans to Entertain at State School ill Present Prizes to Win ners of Essay Contest The fourth annual program ore senteoby the Sons of UntonVeter ans and auxiliary at the Iowa Train ng school for boys at Eldora will take place Sunday Aug 4 af o clock A bronzetablet will be pre sented to the school on whichwill ie placed the names of the first CLASS WILL HAVE SPECIAL MEETING The Wesieyau Sunday school of he Methodist Episcopal church wit lave a special meeting in the church Jariors Wednesday afternoon at oclock HEADQUARTERS FOB DIAMONDS WEDDING RINGS Mn Anderion The home is run for them The busi ness supports them Arid Mrs An derson attends college at the Unl versity of Southern California Notes of Foreign Women Miss Clairenore Stinnes daughter of the late Hugo Stinnes German industrialist started from Berlin May 25 1927 for a roundtheworld automobile tour She arrived in this country in May of this year and continued her tour One woman Mrs Holt Waring a member of the Unionist party was elected to the parliament of north ern Ireland Mile Lucie Desjardlns socialist sits m the chamber of deputies iii Belgium Mme SpaakJanson was a member of the senate Women in Belgium have no vote Superintendent Von krog Responses c A Bryson past department commander of Sons of Veterans of Iowa Music and Reading are six wOMen members of the Danish senate Elize president of the Danish feminist or ganization is one of them Knew Artemus Ward Sttw 95 died recently of ner daughter Liberal allowances oa Elgin 17 Jewel Watches A white gold filled cane Diamond Set 50 A 15 Jeweled reliable Uu lova wrist watch 15 Jewel Bulova 15 jeweled Benrus move ment engraved dust proof case Mesh wrist band PER WEEK A handsome and rug ged strap watch of fered at a sensation ally reduced price during this great sale remarkably fine Httto watchat a prfcc beyond comparison White cold filled case Diamonds In a grouping at this popular price Variety of mountings CONVENIENT TIME PAYMENTS A WEEK Expert Watch Repairing Beads Restrung Promptly DIAMONDS The store ot juependabinty i auger Mra James Mernman at Los Angeles She lived most of her life in Cleve land where her husband was a Artemus hRh when he an1 husband were associated oh the same newspaper and Ward lived wjtn Jhemfor a time iOCIAL CALENDAR irize winners of the essay contests or the last three years and for he next 20 years The firstprize winner of the essay contest this year chose as his subject Life of Abraham Lincoln and the second vinner wrote on Abraham Lincoln he Man The following program has been arranged for the afternoon March National Emblem Bagley Band Patriotic Selection Columbia Barnard Band Introduction of chairman Dept Com Ray Glfford Newton Sons of Union Veterans Supt O S Von krog Invocation Department Chaplin the Rev Luther Childs SMART AND GRACEFUL GLOEEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1284 nnh her teens nothing is more becoming than a frock with full cape collar The model shown today Design 1284 is doubly attractive because of th graceful collar the softiy flared skirt and the smart side bow Seyeral fabrics suggest of ro ni o s frock Silk crepegeorget organ die or soft taffeta The collar may be of lace as sketched or may be made of the dress fabric Sjre 10 re3uires 2 yards of 40 inch material and yard lace This model Is easy to make No ffxPerience aeceE sary Each pattern comes to you exact Introduction of national state officers Address of welcome and Students of school Song The Vision Boys Glee club i inscructic including yardage for every size perfect fit is guaranteed Patterns will be c receipt of 15 cents in plainly your style number and size wanted Our latest fashion book will bs maU and 17th Street New York PRtlSIAS ENTERTAINED AT PICNIC BUEAKFAST Prusia from Oshkosh Wis were honored Sun day morning at a picnic breakfast m fLPrlngr park at 6 Among the guests were Mr and Mrs Stanley Haynes Mr and Mrs Percy Collins Mr and Mrs I Leaman Mr and Mrs A M Halsor 04 no and Mr and Mrs Raleigh Birch so sad honey big sap that I was going to sue for breach of promise wants to marry me KiWJEGERS HONORED AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER ROCKFORD July and Mrs William Krueger who were married July 22 at Charles City were honored Tuesday at a miscel laneous shower at the home of Mr and Mrs Emil Nielson Mr and Mrs Krueger will live on a farm near Nora Springs Barber Is Speaker at Marshalltown Meeting C H Barber secretary of the Re tail Merchants association went Sunday to Marshalltown where he was to address a meeting of tho Marshalltown credit bureau Mondav evening Wells Farmers Elevator Elects Keigley as Head WELLS Minn July H Keigley was elected president of Wells Farmers Elevator company at its annual meeting Louis Schultz was elected to fill the unexplred term of W L Bates as director Mr Bates being In Calfornia The com pany declared the usual dividend ot 8 per cent I want some golf balls for a gentleman please Certainly madam What sort does he like Well the only time I saw him lay ha used a small whits ball But I can not say I gathered the impres sion that he exactly liked Punch Ask Ray Seney Why not save tho difference TUESDAY Will meet for oclock lunch eon at the Hanford Owcso Picnic for members and husbands State park at oclock Afternoon bridge at Countrv Hostesses Mrs D W Grippen and Mrs Ray R F dough j rt omen of Mooscheart Legion Ice cream social on lawn Ira Children 322 Third street north west public invited BERGERHALVERSON j FOREST CITYJuly halversoa son of Mrs Ed Halver son of this city was married July 17 to Miss Stella Berger of Fort Ran som N Dak Mr Halverson is a the State college at Ames Mrs Halverson is a graduate ot the State Normal school at Val Jey City N Dak They will reside in Little Falls Minn where Mr Hal verson will teach agriculture in the public Schools you had to fry a ozen chickens you wouldnt fry them all at once SOME would be would be burnt One chicken at a time is the best way And by roasting coffee by their pat cnted continuous few pounds at a time instead of in Bros roast every berry evenly This Controlled a delicious flavor no other coffee has HILLS BROS COFFEE Fresk from tke ttrjf vacuum puck EctSy operttd ittitk leading of first prize essay Reading of second prize essay Address LeRoy Briar past department commander Presentation of first prize Past Dept Com Gertrude Wright and department presi dent Lola Herman Iowa City Presentation of silver medal to sec ond prize winner De partment patriotic instructor Alva Wanainaker Salute to the Star Spangled Ban ner supper Band concert at by school 3LEAR LAKE DINNER HONORS TWO GUESTS Mrand Mrs G Lyman Harris ntertained at ar dinnerSundayin he Harris cottage on the north hore of Cear Lake honoring Miss Jaude Harris sister of Mr Harris and Mrs Iva Bruce Rieke Miss Harris will leave Friday for Salem fass where she Is an English In structor in the State Normal school j She had been visiting here for sev eral weeks Mrs Riekes home is in Arizona but she has been visitirfg with her parents at Rockwell and with relatives in Mason City Other guests at the dinner were Mr and Airs George H Felthous Mr and Mrs W B Bruce Mr and Mrs Walter Oliver all of Rockwell and Mrs Mary E Harris mother of Mrs Harris tJESSENHEARST j Announcement has been received of the marriage of Mies Emma C Jesseu to Dr William L Hearst of Cedar Falls which took place last Thursday at the Little Brown church Miss Jessen was formerly surgical superintendent in the Park hospital here and for the last three years has been general superintend ent In the Cedar Falls hospital The couple will reside in Cedar Falls aft er Sept 15 RILErIWARGRETZ G C Margretz formerly of Wa terloo was marriedMonday morn ing to Mrs Laura Riley of Mason City The wedding took place at the home of the brides mother Mra j Adeline Wise 201 Twentythird street northwest wth the Rev W H Spence officiating Witnesses of the ceremony were Lester Riley and Mrs Phoebe Strawn Mr and Mrs Margretz left after tiie wedding for a trip west visiting Mr Margretz sister inMontana and going thru Yellowstone Park Salt Lake City Kansas and Nebraska before re turning toMason City where thev will make their home OWESO CLUB WILL IICNIC IN PARK The Oweso club will hold a picnic at oclock Monday evening in East park Following the picnic sup per the party will attend the thea ter Guests of honor will be Mr tmd Mrs Ivan Frusia of Oshkosh Wis Wife Preservers Q1929 Drop leftover egg yolks into a cup of cold water and keep in the re frigerator until used COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE ofWew The values presented in our August Showing are important But more notable than the remarkably low prices are the fine pelts and excellent workmanship that have gone into the makeup of DeKayes Fur 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