Mason City Globe Gazette, August 20, 1929, Page 9

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 20, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1929, Mason City, Iowa f il MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE ACTIVITIES OF WOMENS CLUBS GATHER MOMENTUM 1 3 I Committees Make Plans For Season D A R Hopes to Release New Yearbooks on Wednesday As the summers end draws near er and the interval between morn ing and1 night grows steadily less the vacation period remaining vo thewomens clubs diminishes And the summer holiday slips by the firat preparatory club activities gradually get under way hinting that it is only a matter of weeks till winters routine of club work willbe reestablished Committee meetings crowd the calendar Year books flobd the mails With the coming of Septem ber the first hardy clubs will resume their meetings D A R to Begin EarlJ Ono of the early meetings will bo Initial gathering of tho D A R It is traditional for that organiza tion to hold its first mooting on Sept 17 Constitution day The year books are being mnde and will probably bo released Wednesday Mrs Marian Webster Mills heads the D A R this year as regent The East State Street club is a forehanded organization whoso year books have been out since June The group combines business with pleasure studying somo for eign country at every meeting The first meeting will be hold Oct 3 Mrs J Brims is president Officers to Meet Wednesday At a meeting of tho officers scheduled for Wednesday the Jef ferson Child Study club will make plans to govern tho second year of its existence for this young organl ration was established only last sea son Plans will also be made for year books at the meetingWednes day The club will reassemble for the first time this year on the second Wednesday in September Members do not take up any other studies at meetings but concentrate their Adorable Party Frock GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 176G A gathering or smocking if you wish three folds on the skirl and a perfectly ravishing little dress ia made for the little miss Design 1756 uses silk crepe for frock and bloomers and binds the neck and tiny sleeves with self material Paatelshades are lovely for little girls especlaly pinks and yellows Other popular fabrics used for miniature models are swiss dimity organdie and fine voile A dotted material would be delightful May bo obtained only In sizes 2 4 6 nnd 8 Size 4 requires 2 yards of 30 inch material this model is easy to make No dressmaging experience is neces sary Each pattern comes to you with simple and exact instruclous including yardago for every size A perfect fit is guaranteed Patterns will bo delivered upon re ceiptof 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Bo sure to wrlto plainly your uarno address stylo number ami size wanted Our latest fashion book will bo sent upon receipt of 10 cents in coin Address all mall anil ardors o Globe Gazette Pattern Department 248 West Seventeenth Street New Yfork City energies on tho study of chiUiwn They dovoto u fow time to one muslcixl uuuitor O Skovlin Is president Mrs Weston Uroup Tho H E O club will meet In October Their year books arx not ready and will not bo vintf shortly before the first meeting1 The hospitality committee of th Mason City Womans club tho las of tho committees to meet held a luncheon meeting Tuesday at th Liome of the chairman Mrs B F Weston 710 North Adams avenue Helping the Homemaker 1 IH1 style as aa correct vision are the assured advantages when we examine your eyes and supply your glasses White gold or rimless mountings in the new Puritan octagon or leaf shaped styles SMITH OPTICAL CO 21 East State By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE Baked Bananas and Peanuts Unusual Datly Bill of Fare Breakfast Chiled Prunes Stewed Buttered Toast Egg Omelet Coffee Luncheon Tomato Sandwiches Potato Chips Sugar Cookies Tea Dinner CornOmelet Asparagus Salad Bread Butter Baked Bananas and Peanuts Coffee Corn Omelet Serving Four Three tablespoons butter 4 egg yolks teaspoon salt teaspoon paprika 4 tablespoons milk 1 cup corn 2 tablespoons chopped onions egg whites stiffly heaten Place the butter in a frying pan heat slowly and add the egg yolks vhlch have been beaten with the salt paprika and milk Fold In the rest of the ingredients and heat slowly until the omelet puffs Tip the pan to a vertical position and carefuly fold over inhalf Cook for five minutes over a very low fire Asparagus Salad cup diced asparagus 1 cup diced tomatoes Vi cup sliced cucumbers 2 tablespoons chopped onions VI teaspoon salt Ji teaspoon paprika i3 cup salac dressing MX and chill the ingredients Serve on lettuce leaves Baked Bananas and Peanuts Appetizing Four bananas 3 tablespoons lemon juice 4 tablespoons light brown augar cup shelled roastei peanuts Peel the bananas and split them Arrange In a shallow baking dis Sprinkle with the rest of the in gredients Bake in a moderate ove for 20 minutes WEDNESDAY Freeman Ladies Will meet at the home of Mrs Frank Willier Home Missionary Will not meetas previously an nounced The meeting has been postponed one week resbyterian Missionary Will give a garden party at the of Mrs R B Girton 333 South Maryland Mrs R Fischbeck and the executive committee will act as hostesses notion Bridge club Will meet with Mrs Carl Stuten roth 615 north Madison avenue U G L Will hold asummer meeting at home of Mrs Walter Patton 634 Seventh street northeast at V Our Saviors Ladies Aid Will meet in church parors at The first and only J 1r At music over the Acoustic Symmetry through en tire scale Amazing selectivity and sensitivity Onemotion micro exact tuning Whisper to full or chestra at turn of a knob AIsp with epochmaking new Elec trola Hear it VICTOR QUALITY THROUGHOUT L MUSIC CO J Elks Plan Summer Party at Country Club on Thursday Elks of Mason City will bo guests as well M hpats their own slim mer party to bo given Thursday nlRht ftt tho Country club Entor UmmcnL for divergent tastes will be provided for curd games will ho1 tin oclockPrizes are offeree for hlifU Then at 9 the danc ing will begin Cliff Mandys orches tra will piny Thegeneral chairman in charge of the affair Is Milton J Wimmer Mr anil his wife also head commttee Other on this group include Mr RlUl Airs Julius R Wolf Romlcy J Glass Mr tutd Mrs Otto A Lenders SHUt Mr mid Mrs lce P Loomls The committee on cards includes MY ana Mrs Uoyd B Talt Mr nvul x Chnrlea it Bavbor ami Mr uul Hunter Mr and ATts A Hayt tr and G h awl Mrs Gtorsfe thfc members cf the committee lu chargts of tiancmg SERVE THEIR GOVERNORS SOCIAL CALENDER a distance wilt be Quests the iomfe of M send Mrs Oscar Hiitit ibU Wejsi State street this HYtfiVi sislcr Mrs L Himt hfcd dawghtars Donna and JeaYi of Detroit her Wfdthcr S F Bour nnd irayeelleh fcgw and Jack Bour all Chicago Wnved Monday evening Xffd win Temain Vha rest of tho week daughlcr of Mr and Mrs C H 2lS Tenth street northwest was expected home Tues day to spend the rest of thesum mer Miss Barber has been attend ingsummer school nt Northwestern university where she will bea sen ior student this year Miss Kathryn Hille has returned o her home in Hopkinsville Ky after making an extended visit at he home of Mr and Mrs G C Hille 220 Second street northwest Mrs Fila and Mary Stewart lockford who have been visit og at the home of their nephew lames northwest of Man y have gone to Clear Lake to visit at the home of G H Grant another nephew Mr and Mra Herve Tpwner 1130 nrat street southwest arrived at home after a two weeks vacation rip They visited Yellowstone Park and their route led them thru the Black Hills They made the Journey in their car BALTZERHUFFMAN iONA Huffman Ionia and Miss Lucile Baltzer Vow Hampton were married Satur ay afternoon at the Little Brown hurch near Nashua the Rev W W Williams Baptist minister of New Hampton officiating They have gone on their wedding rip to Monroe Wis and will spend about a week On their return thev will he at home on the bridegrooms farmjust south of Ionia Gale is the only son of Mrs Ellen Huffman of Ionia and Lucile is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Brooks Baltzer of New Hampton SHOWER HONORS RECENT BRIDE ORCHARD Aug large crowd attended the rriiscellenous shower giyen by the Misses Jean Sims and Almira Sewright at the Ed Sims home Friday afternoon ii honor of Mrs Herbert Graeber the former Marjorie Hill Many beautl ful and useful gifts were received Mrs Graeber for her new horn at Guttenburg where they will star housekeeping Sept 1 Mr Graebe will be principal of the school there MARTHA MICKEY HONOR GUEST Honoring Miss Martha Mickey who is to be a September bride Miss Katherine Dakin entertainer ten friends at an afternoon party u the Dakin cottage in Clear Lake Monday Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon and prize forhig score went to Miss Ruth Irons Mis Mickey was preesnted with a guea prize by the hostess Outoftown guests were Miss Mildred White o Cedar Rapids a former Mason Cltj girl and Miss Jeanette MacMilian ofChicago who is at home for a visit Our policy satisfaction and service Term to suit Keep a permanentVec ord of your life with photographs You should have a portrait made at least once a year THE KIRK STUDIO Phone 1092 Bits About Em Loft Mrs C B Smith right Miss Francos Perkins Inset Mra Esther M Andrews By LILIAN CAMPBELL COMING BRIDE Mrs Mrs G H Feldman econd street northeast left Mon ay for Duluth for an extended stay She hopes to return to Mason City Sept 30 Mr and Mrs J C Westfall Sa vannah 111 returned Tuesday to MR AND MRS FRANK KROP MAN 325 Seventh street north west have announced the engage ment of their daughter Annette Harrietto Moe L Robinson son of Mrs L Robinson of Des Moines No date has been set for the wedding Miss Kropman was graduated from Mason City high school after which she attended thex University of Minnesota She was also a stu dent at MacPhails academy of music in Minneapolis After completing her Miss Kropman returned to her home here Mr Robinson is a graduate of W with Mr Westfalls brother A Westfall at his home 31 Tenth street northwest Mr and Mrs A J Gildner of Manchester and Mr and Mrs E B Gildner and daughter of Marshall tqwri spent the weekend at the home of their brother W E Gildner 217 Fifth street northwest A spe cial guest was Mrs Harry Gildner of Los Angeles who is visiting her sons in Iowa this summer She has been visiting at Marshalltown and returned there with her son Monday morning She will return to Mason City for a visit next week Miss Helen Barclay daughter of Mr and Mrs R W Barclay 322 North Madison avenue returned Sunday to her position with the Metropolitan Music company in Minneapolis after spending her two weeks vacation at home She made the drive with Mr and Mrs Troxcl of Minneapolis who have been visit ing friends in Mason City Mr and Mrs Wayne McGowan returned Monday night to their home northeast of Mason City after spending the weekend in Peoria HI as guests of Mr and Mrs L B Irwin Mr and Mrs Irwin are for mer residents of Mason City Mr and Mrs Gordon Richards River Heights Drive entertained as guests over the weekend Dr and Mrs Almon Fortney of Vioqua Wis Mrs Fortney who was former ly Vivian Conrad was a schoolmate of Mrs Richards at Iowauniversity Ross Radcliffe 220 South Rhode Island avenue enjoyed a days vaca tion from his duties as mailing clerk Tuesday Miss Ethel Miller and Miss Lea nora Schanke who work In the gen eral office of Gildner Brothers left Sunday for a vacation trip in the Black i Hills They gone a week planned to be City Manager P F Honkins Fire Chief Daniel Shire 714 North Adams avenue and Chief of Police Frank R Sanford 636 South Georgia avenue will leave early Wednesday morning for Fort Dodge to attend the convention of the Iowa League of Municipalities They plan to return Wednesday night H A Stearns assistant state ex aminer was expected to arrive in Mason City some time Tuesday for the yearly auditing of the citys books The Misses Delia and Dolly Story 307 North Pennsylvania avenue rc turnd Saturday a vacation now in business in Mason City Threls states New York Massa chusetts and California have wom en members of the governors of ficial families i In New York Mrs C B Smith by virtue of her office as chairman of the state civil service commission is a member of the council of Gov ernor Franklin D Roosevelt Mrs Smith is a former newspaper wom an Miss Frances Perkins as head of the state department of labor also is a member of Governor Roose velts cabinet She had previously served as a member of the state in dustrial commission and is an er pert on workingmens compensation laws and on working conditions for women in factories Mrs Esther M Andrews of Brookline Mass is the first woman member of the governors council nt her state She was first appointed by Governor Fuller to fill the va cancy in the council caused by the death of Charles Summer Smith of Lincoln Mass She was elected in November 1928 The Massachusetts council is composed of eight mem bers with unusual powers to check upon the actions of the governor in state expenditures appointments clemency and other matters of state In California Mrs Anna L Say lor director of the state department of social welfare is the bnly fem MOOSEHEAKT LODGE WOMEN TO MEET Members of the Mooseheart wo mens lodge wil meetTuesday night at 8 oclock in the Eagles hall This will be a meeting held jointly with the men VISITS IN GOODELL GOODELL Cliolm Houghlon has returned to his home In Marslmltown after spending a weeks vacation with his sister Vida Conlan He has position with tha A and P stora there AND SATlSfACTIOH WITH inine member of council the governors spent In northern Minnesota at their cottage near Park Rapids They were accompanied by Miss Hattie Lymenstahl school nurse 75 Employes of Bankers Life Hold Yearly Agency Picnic Seventyfive employes of the Bankers Life Insurance agency at tended the annual agency picnic held Tuesday afternoon and eve ning The function was held in the state park at Clear Lake Baseball and other games races and stunts followed by swimming were the diversion of the afternoon A special feature of the affair was the settling of a contest be tween the old and new men in the office or as they were called the oldtimers and recruits The moot question was which faction brot in more business during a specified week in August As a penalty the losing side had to run a wheelbarrow taxi for the winners Dinner was served at the Way side Inn FRIENDS GIVE SHOWER FOR BRIDETOBE IONIA Aug after noon a company of friends met nt the Dr L M Small home to give their daughter Miss Loia a mis cellaneous shower She received mand pretty gifts Light refresh ments were served Miss Lois is soon to be married to Fred Wellborn of Cedar Falls who was also at the Smal home Friday ARE VISITING DNCLn Ti nnd Guy Hartami two daughters of Momnencc 111 are visiting tlioir uncle J T Lowe and family Wife Preservers BRISLEYCQLBY Lieutenant Joseph Milton Colby son of Dr and Mrs Joseph E Colby of Lake Mills and Miss Margaret Capelle Brisley Montclair New Jersey were married Monday in the chapel at West Point The ceremony was performed by the Chaplain Ar thur Kinsolving Lieutenant Colby graduated from the Lake Mills high school after which he entered the Virginia Mili tary institute Following his work there he attended the State Unl versityof Iowa before entering the Military Academy at West Point where he has been for the past four years Miss Brisley was educated 4n Ber muda Montclair N J and the Hoi ton Arms school in Washington She is the daughter of Mrs T Edgar Pearman and the late Edward Betts Brisley The couple is expected in Lake Mills for a visit with Lieutenant Colbys parents Senegalese Drum Corps to Get New Colorful Uniforms The Senegalese drum corps of ClausenWorden post American Le gion is about to blossom out in new uniforms And when it does the beat of its drums is not going to be the most vivid thing about the organization Helmets are to be nickelplated with Legion emblem atop Coats are to be blue with gold braid and in signia on shoulders Breeches will be red with a gold stripe flashingas legs move in unison Black shoes black putces a black Sam Brown bet and black neckties complete the uniform The consignment of uniforms is scheduled to arrive Thursday and one of the first uses of them will be made in connection with the state Legion convention at Marshallfown next week Announcement is made by Tyler Stewart business head of the corps of a benefit ticket sale by members of the organization for a Cecil the ater picture next Wednesday and Thursday Aug 28 and 29 The fea ture is Thru Different Eyes by the same cast that played in Ari zona counted one of the most suc cessful sound pictures plished yet accom VIBITING ORCHARD Clnrk and Tolin McDonald brother nntl hrothcrlnIaw oC Charles Clarlt navn arrived from Reward III nnil are visiting with tlie Charles Claik family Keep brown sugar in a tin con LEAVES VENTURA Charles Cojiros and uniis linvo cft for III tainer if you would keep it moist sh wU muh LOVELY FALL i i i Women who arc interested in preparing 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