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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AUGUST I VISITORS ARE ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEONS DINNER Matty Gather forAfterftpon Teas Bridge Clear Lake Country Club Continue to Be Center for Social Life Out of town guests arereceiving their share of entertainment this week with luncheons and bridge parties planned in their honor Mrs J E Turner entertained her daugh ter Mrs Ivan Prusla of Oshkosh Wis at a luncheon held at the Home tea room Wednesday Follow ing1 the luncheon the six guests at tended the Palace theater The Country club continues to be the social center with luncheons bridge parties and dinners held there every day Mrs P F Hopkins will enter tain at a 7 oclock dinner party Thursday evening at the Country club and the Monday club held its annual midsumrner luncheon there Thursday noon An honorguest of the Monday club was Mrs E E Kelley of St Petersburg mother of Mrs Jay B MacGregor Has 10 Quests Mrs Frank Currie entertained 10 guests at theCountry club Thurs day morning for breakfast enter taining especiallyfor guests of Josephine Oldes house party who are spending1the week at Claar Lake Included ii this numberare Gwen Edwards of Waterloo Lucy Bller of Otturawa Janet Bradley of Es therville Jeanne tie Ring and of Marsh allto wn Katherine Spaiij of Conrad Beth Skewishof Storm Lake and Ruth Ramsey of Belmond Other guests at the breakfast were Miss Nell Thomas of Iowa City and Mrs H WOdleJ Mrs John OLeary entertained Wednesday at a small party The Misses Katherine and Anna Murray were guests of theaffair Brs B F Weston was hostess at her home 710 North Adams avenue at a 10 oclock breakfast Wednesday morn ng Ten guests were served and the morning was spent informally Mrs W Earl Hall and Mrs Lucy Reeves mother of Mrs Hall enter tained Thursday noon for a number of out oftown guests who are stay ing at the Lake Shore note Clear Lake The luncheon was served at the Hall home 22 River Heights at 1 oclock Among the guests were Mrs Maa Stump Mrs Laura Lewis Mrs Vernon Moll and young son Dick Moll all of Iowa City and Mrs Frank Miles and two eons Frank and Bill of Des Moines Entertain Mrs George Brett entertained at herl home 420 North Federal ave nue Wednesday noon in honor of niece Mrs Curtis Goodenow of Monrovia Col Sixteen guests were served at the 1 oclock luncheon Mrs M F Foss of Los Angeles was an out of town guest Miss Helea Brett and Mrs Goodenow have in vited 25 guests to a luncheon at the Brett cottage ClearLake for Fri day noon Mrs Lester Dibble Miss Dorothy Lewis of Ottumwa and Mrs Wayne Caward of Ventura Gal will be among the guests Mrs W B Casey honored Mrs J A Parden with a 1 oclock lunch eon at the Lake Shore hotel Clear Lake Thursday noon Mr and Mrs Parden formerly of Mason City are spendingtwo weeks at Clear Lake in a cottage with the Caseys Mrs W G and Mra Burton Bagley entertained for about 40 guests at an afternoon tea Thurs day Mrs J Leonard Kline Mrs Bagleys daughter was honor guest GOING OUT OF BUSINESS The clever women are buying wonderful drapery and curtain materials at remarkable closeout prices and having them made up in ourwork room Fall housecleanirig will find them prepared with new and decorative hangings bed spreads and slip covers You will find our selection of damasks and nets very complete and amazingly reduced in prices Stop in and choose yours s THE DRAPERY SHOP 23 FIRST ST S E Adorable Kiddie Frock GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1744 Isnt this the daintiest little model you ever saw for a tiny tot The rounded yoke forming shoulder tiapesi the minute tucks for fullness and the cunning shoulder fastening combine to create a ravishing model y Design 1744 would be exquisite made of organdie silkcrepe or dim ityAll white or one of the soft pastel shades blue green pinkor chid or yellow might be chosen with good tasteand smartness May be obtained only in sizes 2 4 6 and8 Size 4 requires2 H yards of 30 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 perfect fit is guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon reecipt of 15 cents in corns 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 mail and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West 17th Street New York City of the affair The afternoon waa spent informally Miss Virginia Kay entertained the Wednesday bridge club at a dinner meeting In the Millington cottage Clear Lake Wednesday evening Royalty bridge was played with Miss MaryGould receiving first prize Guests of the club were Miss Carolyn Sondrol of Clear Lake Miss Thelma Troxel of Minneapolis arid Miss Ruth Barclay Miss Troxel la visiting at the home of her aunt Mrs C Waters who recently moved to Mason City from Hampton MARY VIRGINIA RYAN HONORED AT PARTY Mary Virginia Ryan was the guest at a farewell party given in her honor Wednesday afternoon by her little cousins Mary Margaret and Jettle Ann McCarron Mary Virginia is leaving for her new home in Des Moines soon SHOWER HONORS MISS TROUTNER NASHUA Aug miscellan eous shower was given by the for mer Camp Fire glrla of Nashua for Miss Bessie Troutner in honor of her approaching marriage to Mr Paul T Beta former cashier of the Nashua State bank Bridge was the entertainment for evening MUSIC CO ELECTRON 298 The wbote onctxvtfonB These astounding new ehronoos instrumental are going like wildfire Here it loot ia radio performance that the tone croaliiy of the wonderful Orthophonic Mairelon a new dynamic speaker Volume to fill largest at a toneh Small compact exquisite cabinets Whether ytm hare a radio or not if yon lore marie come hi and hear VictorRadio Conve nient easy terms Unfailing courtesy Dont wait Come in TodayI Complete Micro rhrotums radio Complete 1744 Bits About Em Another guest Miss Lyla HUde brand of Minneapolis has arrived in Mason City and is visiting Mrs A H Ahlers at her home 319 Fifth street northwest Miss Hildrbrand is Mrs Ahlers sister She expects to spend about a week 5n Mason City Mr and Mrs H E RJgg Lynn Rugg and Mrs Ruggs sister Miss Lucy Long returned this week from Hampton Beach N H where they have been visiting the last five weeks Miss Marjorie Mitchell and Miss Louise Moen left Wednesday for a vacation in Chicago They will re turn to Mason City the first of next week Mr and Mrs A A Schneider hahm and baby daughter and Mrs Schneiderhahms sister Miss Mary Gummersbach have taken the Dr W E Long cottage at Clear Lake for the season Mr and Mrs Schnelderhahm are from Des Moines where Mr Schneiderhahm is distributor for the AtwaterKent company at Des Moines and Sioux City Miss Gummersbach ia from St Louis Mr and Mrs L P Courshon are spending1 about two weeks In the Thada cottage on the north shore of Clear Lake Mr Courshon1 s par ents Mr and Mrs T J Courshon will arrive Monday for a visit at Clear Lake Harrison Kohl and Roy Johnson left Thursday for Ft Snelling Minn where they will attend the C M T C camp Mrs Oswald Mall and her brother the Rev F Kumff of Huniboldt Wis left this week for Hope Wis where they will visit their parents and sister Carlton and Oswald Mall accompanied them The Rev Mr Kumff and family have been visit ing at the Mall home 510 Sixth street southeast WHITTENS CELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ROWAN Aug and Mrs D W Whitten celebrated tlioh twentieth wedding anniversary with a family dinner at their home here Sunday Their son Linden of Wat erloo waa a guest BAPTIST AID WILL HAVE LAWN SOCIAL The Baptist Ladles Aid society hold an ice cream social on the William Hathorn lawn East State street Thursday evening Honesty in Children Is of Greater Value in Life Than Money By ALICE JUDSON PEALE Joe had saved 34 cents for his mothers birthday present Onthe evening before the event he andhis father walked downtown on their big shopping expedition At a ladies shop thsy turned in and Joe rattling his coins in hjs pocket began to look abqut for a sufficientlyfine gift that could be had torhis savings There were all sorts of enticing things llk stockings and blouses and purses and perfume But all of them cost dollars and Tell you what said his father you buy what you want for mother and Ill make up the differ ence I dont want to do that I want to buy it all with my own money otherwise it wouldnt really be a birthday present from me And ha walked sturdily up to the saleswom an Will you please show me what youve got could buy for 84 cents I want something for my mother Ten minutes later he had bought a collar and cuff set for which he paid exactly 84 cents Joes gift was agreat success but perhaps not even his mother real ized just how fine a gift It was It represented the savings of weeks and the ability to make cheerful choice between rigid limitations It represented a sensitiveness which made him refuse to offer as a grift something which did not come whol ly from him Such qualities as these are worth cherishing They are worth more than money in the values which they give to life They are an in surance against the unhappiness which comes of all the subtler forms of dishonesty With the Women of Today Bj LILIAN OAMPBELt Fenwick Gaye is an English girl only 22 but she has written what is generally conceded SOCIAL1 CALENDAR FRIDAY Baptist Missionary White cross work meeting and picnic supper at church First Presbyterian Ice cream social on church lawn serving from 7 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 Paul Payne Lucky Undy Will meetat home of Mr and Mrs Sam Johnson Womens Foreign Missionary soci Will meet in First Methodist church at oclock Mrs Campbells division of the Presbyterian Aid Will hold a special meeting at oclock on the church lawn Queen Rebekah lodge Will meet in Odd Fellows hall at 8 oclock for regular lodge work PETERSONS WILL GIVE DINNERFOB BRIDEELECT OSAGE Aug and Mrs Harris Peterson and Mr and Airs Jerry Elman have invited guests to a 7 oclock dinner to be given Sat urday evening at the home of the formei The dinner will be a prenuptlal courtesy for Miss Mercedes Ather ton of Osage and her fiance Ray Peterson of Minneapolis Follow ing the dinner the guests will mo tor to Clear Lake for swimming and dancing Tho out of town guests will be Mr and Mrs Fritz Olson of Mason City Miss Geraldine Wag ner of Saxton Mo house guest of Mrs Hubert Garden John Lund of SLAnsgar and Mr and Mrs Frank Rubeo of Minneapolis GOLD STAR CHAIRMAN DIES IN BIARENGO Mrs Anna Eckert state depart ment gold star chairman of the American Legion auxiliary died at her home in Marengo this week Mrs Eckert was preparing her re port on the work of the gold star committee to be given at the state convention in Iowa City Aug 21 22 and 23 The memorial that Mrs Eckert would have given at the con vention will be given by another delegate PERMANENTS Something entirely pull no pain A permanent for ev ery texture of hair BEAUTY SKIN PEEP Invigorating Facial and Beautifying Waves impart a selfconfidence to Personality that brings out natural Charm and Grace Every one of our Op erators is thoroughly expert Myers Beauty Salon Plionc HiJ 7 So DC to be one of the most brilliant novels of the year It is tltied Vivandlere and IB about the time of Napoleon Bona parte It is Miss Gayes first book and was first reviewed In the English Nation Virginia Woman Named Dean Miss Ona R Wagner of Roanoke Va was recently appointed as dean of women at Heidelberg collegej Tiffin Ohio She was formerly dean of women at Virginia College lor women Roanoka Miss Wagner suc ceeds Miss Mary I Park dean of women at Heidelberg for the past twentyfour years Miss Dean will remain at the college as professor of philosophy Heads International Nurses Associ ation Miss Nina D Gage New York is president of the International Coun cil of Nurses of which nurse associ ations of nineteen countries are con stituent members The economic status of the trained nurse Improved standards of nurses education community problems con cerning maternity care and mental hygiene are among the Important topics discussed atthe recent con gress of the council held at Montreal Canada Nurse associations from Sweden Korea Japan Greece and the Philip pines applied for membership at the congressMiss Lilian Wu president of the curses association in China and superintendent of nurses Red Cross General hospital Shanghai presided at one of the sessions Miss Wu is the first Chinese nurse to be come superintendent of a registered school of nursing entirely under Chi nese management She is a graduate of Johns Hopkins hospital school of nursing Baltimore Md Starts Canning Factory In 1025 a young Philippine lady Miss Isobel de Santos decided that something should be done about the shameful waste of tropical fruits on her native Islands Since they couldnt be shipped fresh to other countries and because all of them could not possibly be consumed dur ing the season the only remaining thing to do was to attempt to can them That was the beginning of the first packing plant on the Philip pine islands Recently Miss De Santos made a tour of the canning districts of the United States studying American methods of canning MRS HEAP IS HONORED AT BIRTHDAY PARTY Forty relatives and friends met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs John Heap 1409 North Penn sylvania avenue in honor of her birthday The evening was spent Informally with Impromptu musical numbers and group singing in which old time songs predominated KERCHEVA1S RETURN FROM WEDDING TRD ROWAN Aug and Mra James Kercheval have returned I from their wedding trip thru the I west to Yellowstone National park I They will visit relatives here until September when they will leave for their home in Spencer where Mr Kercheval will teach science in the high schaol McELKOYGKAY RtTDD Aug marriage of Hiss Gladys McBIroy only daughter of Mr and Mrs S A McBIroy of southeast of Rudd to Alva Gray of Ionia was solemnized by the Rev George W Turner Methodist pas tor at the home of the brides par ents Tuesday afternoon Following the ceremony the I couple left for an auto trip to neapolls and the lakes I Mr and Mrs Gray will make their home at Fayette where Mr I Gray teaches In the Fayette high school Out of town guests at the wed dingwere Mrs C G Gray and Cecil Gray of Ionia Mr and Mrs Robert 5forehead of New Hampton Heb Allen of Rockford and Miss Mildred Wllkins of Oelwein What do we need of transAtlan tic airplanes as long as there Is a Bremen to get across the ocean In four NewsRepubli can teOimT urn MTttMerraN WITH XVIKV NEW FOR TENNIS COTTAGE SPORTS AND f HOME WEAR 14 to 46 f Smart sleeveless Wash Dresses New Circular Skirt Models Straightline effects in gay checks sheerbatiste and in a host of new summer ma new yestees ruffles buttons pleats and belts Wonderful Values 79 to Sheer frocks of dotted swiss gay prints smart piques pongees and linens Simply and expertly made theyre happily sleeveless with soft bows pretty vestees and buttons plenty of pleats wash beautifully White and all the pastel shades GOOD RANGE IN SIZES This Store Features Many Very Lively Styles for Young Women Novelty styles for every sort of wear High heels or medium airy effects or street Theyre all are priced to give you the greatest values for the money 115 N Federal NEXT DOOR TO THE GREEN MILL   

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