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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE ELEANOR HIBBARD TELLS OF EXPERIENCES IN Children Go for Visit to Foreign Land Speaker Tells of Haying in Pastures of Switzerland Seventeen little boys and girls opened their Thursday afternoon when Miss El eanor Hibbard took them from the public library on an imaginary trip to Switzerland France and Greece Switzerland where Miss Hibbard spent four summers she described as one of the moat picturesque spots flf Europe There the children looked down into old dungeons so deep that those whotouch the bot tom never came up again there they saw old castlesr now made 1m mortal by poets and writers But the most interesting part of Switzerland was a trip over ths mountains In a hayload up to the highland pastures of Switzerland Even the women were working in the fields red handkerchiefs tied over their hairto keep off the horse flies but mainly perhaps because they added to their attractiveness VisitGreece From Switzerland Miss Hibbard volunteering to sing the Greek an them In telling of Athens the speaker described Parthenon teniple and told of the huge Goddess Athena who ntill stands within The peasants of Greece Miss Hibbard said often wear lovely costumes so thickly embroidered that they are almost stiff The children of Greece have not yet bobtied their hair but they play feet ball and loveit the speaker informed her listeners Grapes or stafelis grow in abundance in Athens and are eaten more than most fruits Posatem Spanish War Veterans Have Picnic Program Is Planned for All Day Celebration at Boone Park The annual picnic reunion bos or peanuts are carried around of the fiftysecond Iowa infantry for sale on trays and kept warm by charcoal The houses j in Athens Miss Hibbard described as square pink blue or white structures with walls several feet thick1 Athen Be volutions The Hlbbards who lived in Ath ens for five years where Mr Hib bard was doing Y M C A work had several exciting revolutions staged almost at their door The family was fortunate in having an American flag which the revolution ists respected most highly folks were inconsiderately shot down on every side the American home was left undisturbed When the Turks burned Smyrna Miss Hibbard stated the population of Athens practically doubled over night She told of the many times after an usually fine revolution took her listeners thru France to when she went out on the roof of Greece whereshe has made herthe Y M CA and picked up the home for fiveyears returning to I bullets the United States when she was 1 years oldShe was surprised durin her talk to find herself speaking t an unusually intelligent audience three of the Mason City childre ivommg I approaches it I to set Hibbard whose home is in Eau Claire Wis is visiting her aunt Miss Maglona Morris at Clear Lake The last 1020 Community Dollar Day is to be held in Mason City Saturday August 10 Seasonable merchandise will be on sale volunteers of the Spanish American war will be held at Herman Park Boone SundayAug 18 This picnic will be not only for members of the fiftysecond Iowa but for all Span ish war veterans and familiesCom manding officer Col William B Humphrey will attend the picnic and otherstaff and line officers are expected The following program will be carried but as far as possible and vis iting 12 p to order by chairman by all Invocation by Dept Chaplain Guy J Winslow Address of welcome by Mayor Robert McBirnie Response Music Reading Impromptu speeches by com rades Business meeting and selection of meeting place and officers for next year The Star Spangled Banner Saturday August 10 vrllibe Com Day in Mason City Many articles will be on sale at one dollar Practical House Dress GLOBEGAZETTJB 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1929 The clever arrangement of but tons and the attractive vestee ac cent the tone of chic In todays house frock Design 1501 The open ing line from hem of skirt creates a slender effect A narrow sash gives dainty finish in a bow at the side A colorfully printed gingham or percale may be selected for this model Checks are very smart par ticularly if vivid shades of or green are chosen on a white groundThe trimmingIs white pique May be obtained onlyln sizes 16 18 20 34 36 38 40 42 44 and 46 Size 36 requires 2 yards of 36 inch material and yard trimming This model is easyto make No dressmaking exeperience is neces sary Ealh pattern comes to you with simple and exact instructions Includingyardage for every size A perfect fit is guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon re ceipt of 15 cents n 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 upoji receiptof ten cents in coin Address all mail and orders to Mason City GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth stfeet New York City Bits About Em extra crisp and oven fresh The patented waxtite wrapper protects the goodness of Kelloggs Corn Flakes even after you open the package Another reason for saying KelloggV fMf CORN FLAKES WALTER D PARDUN to Open Vtical Studio CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AUDITORIUM 9 A M IQ 5 P M BtONDAY AND SATURDAY EACH WEEK Mr Pardun will examine voices and consult with new students on these two days until Sept 1 A candid opinion as to their vocal and artistic possibilities will be given Special Attention Given to Breathing Interpretation Diction Style and Technic CoachingFor Concert Recitals ad Church Music a Specialty NOTICE CAREFULLY THE TIME AND PLACE Hiss Marie Manusos 118 North Madison avenue returned Wednes day from a two months trip thru the east visiting relatives anc friends InNew York Philadelphia Washington and Virginia Her sis ter Miss Katherine Manusos left Thursday evening for the same trip Tte tuMoa mat thrtyi in tUW Its the ideal Radio bugs and musicians agree Amazing new instant microsynchronous tuning Radically new dyr namic speaker From air or record whisper to foil or Cabinets small compact exquisite Terms arranged Gan Atfvrd Radio Home of Stelnway Conover Cable Kingsbury Wellington Pianos Mannings Wall Paper Per Room Water Color Lacquer Varnish Any Color 1 Pint For Floors Best Grade MANNING BROS 32 East State Pone 930 After adjournment of the Iowa Court reporters convention Thurs day Court Reporter W Scott Rein iger and Mrs Reiniger of Sioux City will make a short visit with Mr aunt Mrs Rosalie Willson 314 South Petuisylvana avenue Mrand MrsD O Hibbard of 3au Claire Wig arrived Thursday for a visit with Miss Maglona Mor ris at Clear Lake Their daughter Miss Eleanor Hibbard has been spending the last month at the lake but will return home with her par ents next week Mr and Mrs R J Lourle and son Robert of Chicago are visiting at the home of Mrs Louries par ents Mr and Mrs A A Dunlavey 522 North Jefferson avenue They will leave Monday for the Minne sota lakes Mr and Mrs Ned Smith Nine teenth street southeast drove to Manly Thursday where they visited friends Mr and Mrs W S Remler The Rev and Mrs Charles B Willmingof Madiaon are guests m the R W Fischbeck home 1101 North Adams avenue Mrs Will is a sister of Mrs Fischbecte The Rev J H Rogers pastor of the Congregational church Atkin son H Mrs Rogers and her sister Miss Laura Clayton Colne Lan cashire England are spending a few days at the home of Mr and Mrs John Heap 1409 North Penn sylvania avenue Miss Clayton Mrs Rogers and Mrs Heap wersacquain ted in England Miss Clayton whose itinerary also includes Chicago will sail for her home in Ensland Aug 24 e Mr and Mrs Rob Roy Cerney of Northwood will be dinner jruests il home 654 j East State street Friday evening The WagnerPearce party have returned from a vacation of two weeks in Colorado Springs Estes the Black Hills Mr and Mrs B A Webster and three chil dren Rosamond and Bennett who were the Wagners and Pearces will return to thecity Sun Miss Edith left this week for a three weeka trip thru Yellowstone and Glacier national parks PRESBYTERIAN AID WILL HAVE ICE CREAM SOCIAL Mrs Minnie Campbells division of the Presbyterian Ladies Aid so cety will sponsor an Ice cream so cialon the lawn of the Presbyterian church Friday evening at 730 o clock TUSALATA PICNIC IN PARK iTheu member3 the Tusalata club held a picnic supper at the home of the president Miss Flor ence Palmer 603 Ninsteenth street southeast Thursday evening Fol lowing the picnic supper a social hour was enjoyed The next meet ing a picnic in East Park will bo held Aug 22 OBRIENS ENTERTAIN AT DINNER PARTY Dr and Mrs S A OBrien en tertained at a dinner party at the Country club Thursday evening Following the dinner seven tables of bridge were played with W A Westfall and Mrs J C Stbddarj receiving prizes A Y R CLUBMEETS WITH MRS ROBINSON The A Y R club were enter tained at the home of Mrs A B Robinson 1423i North Washing ton avenue Thursday afternoon Fourteen attended the business meeting and the social hour Childrens Manners Are Reflection of Training Received in Home Life By ALICE JUDSON PEALE The manners of children are a re flection of the manners of their homes To the stranger they are always an indication of the social level from which the children spring At camp their table manners tell he story to the adults who live with Lhem Betty puts half a potato into ler mouth and talks thru it Neither please nor thank you embellish ler responses jio matter what the or the favor received Tom screams for attention and gesticulates with a fork on which its food is already speared Nancy says please and passes on to her neighbor the dish from which she has just helped herself She uses her napkin and does not talk with her mouth full Elsie slouches over her food arms Brawled over the tpble while she 3icks up her meat in her fingers rier place at table becomes a verit able trough before the meal is over Joan on the other hand actually Breaks her bread before she butters t She eats what is set before her and talks agreeably on subjects other than meals past and present Do you wish your children to have such manners as will reflect a mannerly home Then be sure that your family knows you as a gracious and courteous person not only when there are guests for tea but also across the everyday breakfast table and in the routine occurrences of home No matter how busy and hard working you are you still can find time for the small niceties of life It you permit yourself to become lax in these matters be sure that it is your lax moments which the chil dren will imitate It Is worth a good deal to your child to be so well man nered that never will a stranger be forced to wonder what sort of home the child comes from HAHNDEEDRICH LU VERNE Evan gelical church furnished a pretty settingWednesday evening for the wedding of Miss Irene Kahn oldest daughter of the Rev and Mrs P Hahn pastor of the church to Les lie Deedrlch son of the Rev and Mrs J A Deedrich of Griswold The ceremony was performed by the brides father assisted by the Rev Deedrich and the Rev George Beregman of Ft Dodge Following the ceremony a reception was held at the brides home Mr and Mrs Deedrlch left for an extended auto trip thru Minnesota Mr and Mrs Deedrich are both instructorsin the Grand Meadows consolidated school near Le Mars and will bo at home there after Sept 1 HELGEVOLijSORENSON EAGLE GROVE Aug ard Helgevold of Eagle Grove was marriedto Berenice Leona Sorenson of Goldfield Saturday afternoon with the Rev P Ljoatvelt officiat ng They will make their home aft er the firstof March on a farm near joldfield and at present are stay ng with Mr Helgevolds mother Mrs Emma Helgevold BOYNTONBOHAMON ALGONA S Bo bamon and Miss Evelyn Boynton of Sydney were married Sunday morn Ing at the home of Mr Bohamons parents Mr and Mrs J T Boham on The ceremony was performed by the Rev Charles H Senard of the Methodist church The couple left Immediately after the ceremony for California They will return In Sep tember to complete their college courses at Ames The last 1029 Community Dollar Day a to be held in Mason City Saturday August 10 Seasonable merchandise will be on sale Local for Audition Contest Set Mrs Bennett Chairman of Cerro Gordo County Committee Plans forthe local Atwater Kent vocal radio contest have been made and the chairman of the local cora mittee appointed Mrs W L Ben nett is chairman for Cerro Gordo county and this district The local county contest will be held in Ma son City before Oct 10 and the sectional contest of 12 counties will be held in Mason City on or be fore Oct 21 Winners of this con test will go to the state Des Moines the date to be set later The final audition will be held In New York in December Entrants in the Atwater Keat au dition must be betweenthe ages of 13 and 25 years meaning that they I must have passed their eighteenth birthday by Nov 1 and must not have passed theirtwentysixth birthday by that date Entrants must never have beenpaid princi pals orfeatured artists in any pro fessional theatrical or operatic com pany They must declare an inten tion to follow a musical career and must be free from all theatrical or musical contracts These limitations permit choir singers and occasional radio and concert artists to enter even tho they have re ceived financial compensation Rewards for the 10 finalists of the contests follow To the winners of I first place a young man and a young woman will be awarded a gold decoration in cash and two years tuition with an American institute of music br a recognized Second place winners will receive and one years tuition Third place winners and one years tuition Fourth place and one years tuition fifth place and one years tuition Dean Holmes Cowper of Drake university Des Moines has again accepted the chairmanship of the Iowa State Audition sponsorship committee for this third national radio audition Gov John HarhmlH has accepted membership in the Iowa committee W C T U HEARS REPORTS OF LAST YEARS WORK At the W C T U meeting held at the Olivet Methodist church the reports of the year given showed the union in a progressive state An active membership of 303 with H7 j honorary members wag reported j The union did much for the Get Out to Vote campaign and distrib uted thousands of pieces of litera ture before theelection Over betters were placed in the schools Services have been conducted in the county jailunder the supervision of the organization County executive county Institute and the group conference on good citizen ship were held in Mason City dur ing the last year Election of offi cers took place at the meetingwith the following persons chosen Mrs L E Goodhile president Mrs Walter Sopher vice president Mrs O L Allen secretary andMrs R E Wilcox treasurer CONWELLPROULX HUMBOLDT Aug Amy B Con well daughter of Mr and Mrs A L Conwell of Humboldt was married to Joseph O Proutx son of Mr and Mrs J A Proulx of Holyoke Mass Saturday Aug 3 The service was read in New York City by the Rev L P McDonald chaplain of the New York Mission society Following the ceremony Mr arid Mrs Proulx departed for a motor trip to Humboldt arriving here Tuesday for a months stay with her parents Mr Proulx holds a position as mechanical engineex associated with the Parker Motor corporation of New York City in the aviation department ATENROY ROWAN Aug here have received announcement of the marriage of Miss Ruby Aten to Mr Clarence Ray of Fullerton Gal The bride was formerly a member of the Rowan school staff WOMENS PAGE JUSTAMERE CLUE PICNICS IN PARK The JustaMere club entertained ata picnic luncheonin East Park for Mrs Albert F Churchr afellow member andher two eldest daugh ters Mrs Robert M Tutton of De corah and Miss Lael Church Mrs Tutton and Miss Church were each given a gift in linen by the club HOLMESNELSON FLOYD1 Aug Aug Miss Clara Holmes daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Frank N Holmts of Floyd wasmarried to plarence Nelson of wedding took place at the J Brown church Rev Sanney officiating Following ceremony the couple left fora weeks weddingtrip 6 Denver orado Springs and New and Mexico returning by of Ozark mountains Mr ancj ilj Nelson will make their home Stanhope where Mr Nelsonis f gaged in the clothing business The last1929 Community DoUail Dayis to be held in Mason Cttyfl Saturday August 10 merchandise will be on sale COURTMY AMD 1ATISTACT1ON WITH PURCHASE Compare Diamond Wltl Ray Seneys the other fellows 6500 You be the Judge CLEAR LAKE PHONE 112 We have inaugurated a BeforeNeedPlan of sale to enable you to acquire at a low cost and on easy terms a place of sepulcher in Me morial Park before death makes necessary a hasty purchase It will be to your interest to investigate this plan CALL THE OFFICE Fhono 173 OFFICE ROOM 435 M B A BLDG Saturday WiIFBi Luindlbergs BARGAINDAY Choose From Hundreds of REAL BARGAINS Every One of Lundbergs Quality COME Youll Agree We Stand Supreme in ValueGiving mili PRUSIAS brings these Extra Values SHIRTS For Dress Fancy Broadcloth 95c 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