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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 6 1929 T SEPTEMBER 6 1929 p SISTERHOODOF IOWA TO ESTABLISH STATE HOME Project Is by Recent Vote Mrs Romey Announces That Group Will Accept Gift that the P B O of Iowajs to have a state home for Its members was estab lished Thursday when Mrs Nell G Romey 4Z5 First street south east state president of the organi zation had received favorable votes on the proposition from a majority of the chapter Altho 40 of the 200 chapters thruout the state were still to be beard from Jate Wednesday afternoon the project was already carried by a comfortable margin Last spring immediately follow ing1 the state convention which elect ed her to office Mrs Romey was advised that Mrs Sarah Beckwith of Loyola Cal would present her home at Mt Pleasant to the P E O Sisterhood for a home to members The deed was held in trust by Mrs Beckwiths niece Miss Martha Mcl Clure of Mt Pleasant pending ac tion of the organization Sirs Romey Writes Groups Since the groups do not meet in summer Mrs Romey did not sub mit the matter at once In August however she sent a letter to each of the 200 chapters in Iowa stating the proposition and asking the local president to call a meeting to take action Two measures were to be decided one the acceptance of the home and the other the voluntary contribution of an assessment of per capita Both propositions car ried Since there are mohe than 9000 P E Os inIowa the total of the individual contributions will exceed This sum will bs used for repairing the property and get ting it in working order It is the aim to begin the work of resorafibij this fall No pans for administration will be made however until after the yearly convention next spring House Has 20 Rooms Unofficial estimates place the value of the property at The building which is the old home of he Beckwith family contains 20 rooms The attractiveness of the ropoRition to the sisterhood is cn laneed by the fact that the organ zation was founded at Iowa Wes eyan college there and that the recently completed Memorial LI Kebp Skin Gear If your skin is notfresli smooth and unblemished here is an easy way to clear It Bathe with Besinol Soap and warm water Spread on a little Eesi npl letting it remain over night if possible then wash off with Resinol Soap Thousands testify to the QUICKNESS with which Besinol acts Use Resinol Soap dafly for toilet and bath So cleansing and refreshing ittends to prevent skin blemishes Note its tonic odor Resinol brary in commemoration of the sev en founders Ja also located there Mrs Beckwith herself the donor is not a P E O However she has many relatives who arc members and upon hearing a niece mention the discussion concerning the es tablishment of a statn home for members Mrs Beckwith conceived the Idea of presenting the order with her home For the present the management of the home will be in the hands at the welfare and trust committee a permanent committee of the Organi zation Members are Mrs Lou Jdtc Henry of Des Moines Mrs Lucy En glebeck of Des Moiues and Mrs Cornelia Sawyer of Sioux City Mrs Komey ro Go to Chicago Mrs Romey as state president of the sisterhood has a busy season before her The disposition of the home is not the only immediate con sideration for week after next Mrg Romey in her official position will head the Iowa delegation to the supreme convention of the sister hood in Chicago from the seven teenth to the twentieth This gathering including dele 99 e GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN gates from thruout the United States and from Canada and repre senting more thaii 40000 members will all be housed under one roof The accommodations for guests the meetings and thesocial function are all provided for at the Steven hotel Every state officer of the group plans to attend the convention Fo hat reason Mrs Romey plans stay over a day in Chicago has called a state board meeting in the hotel for the day following th convention An Iowa woman will preside a the national gathering Mrs Ola B Miller of Iowa City supreme presi dent of the sisterhood will officiate Mason 4H GhTs Club Win Music GOING AWAY See our Gorgeous Assortment of New Travel Coats FOR FALL Newest Plaids Checks and Novelty Sport Fabrics j Plain andXPur Trimmed Styles Memory Contest Mason township 4H Girls Club cgairi won the music memory con test hed at the Fair grounds Thurs day afternoon This is the second year that this club has won The cbntestants are required to familiarize themselves with music and the test come s when a numbe r of selections are played on a talking machine and the competitors must identify the tunes The prize isa talking machine which the winners may use for one year until the next ci ntest AVhen a club succeeds in winning three consecutive years the victrola becomes th2 permanent property of the booth The contest Is open to every group im the county Second and third places in Thursdays competition were won byPortand and Vance township clubs The club winning second Was7 granted the use of the talkingimaciiirie Mason towri ship This outside activity did nothing to curtail the usual program of the 4H girls The booth continued to look as flourishing as ever Clear Lake township assisted in the booth on Friday Their feature exhibit was a demonstration of modern methods of canning contrasted with the meth i ods of grandmothers day HOSIERY MENDING By Mcrkelg Original WeaveaRun System Only licensed operator In Mason City Second Floor THE MERKEL CO You Must See Them Tontirrow More Smart Fall Shoes HAVE ARRIVEDr They Wai Be On TOMORROW The smartest shoes in Mason City and by far the greatest values Brown the new fall shades in suede and with reptile trim The new Blues and many styles in black BigOne Day HOSIERY SALE Finer httls French point heeli Prmch plcot g boss finest 10113 in ill the nftw ae thade Choice J118 J18 Fit ths Narrow Foot AAA PANOR STORES in Waterloo Sioux City Cedar Rapids PATTERN 1677 The wardrobe of the small tot needs many little wash frocks that are easily and quickly made De sign 1677 is very smart yet ex tremely simple It opens down the front iiaa side pleats for fullness and is neatly trimmed with collar and cuffs of contrasting material Printed gingham dimity or per cale may be used to fashion this cunning little rig Floral and geo metric designs gayly colored are lovely for small tots The trimming may be white or other solid color the May be obtained only in sizes 2 4 6 and S Size 4 requires 2 yards of 36 inch material and i yard trimming 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 re ceipt of fifteen cents IHc in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sura to write plainly your name ad dress style number and size wanted The fashion book is fifteencents but only ten cents when ordered with a pattern Address all mail and orders to Mason City Globe Gazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City Marriage of Mary Alice Schneller to Local Boy Announcec Mr and Mrs E C Schneller 327 Fifth street southwest announce the marriage of their daughter Mary Alicej to porter Allea North son of Mr and Mrs E A North 214 South Virginia avenue Mason City The ceremony took place at Wau kegan HI Aug 22 Both young people attended the Mason City schools and were grad uated from the local high school in 1928 They will make their home In Chicago where Mr North has a pos tioa with the HeraldExaminer SHOWER HONORS EOENT BRIDE THORNTON Sept post nuptial shower was held Tuesday afternoon in the parlors of the jutheran church honoring Mrs Beatrice Forriester More than 100 ersona were present LOUNGES ARE HOSTS TO ELAIIVES AT DINNER THORNTON Sept and Mrs John Younge entertained a number of MrYbunges relative rom a distanceat dinner Sunday he guests included two sisters rom Chicago Mrs Mary Helm oltz and Miss Mattie Younge of Ihicago and his nieces Mrs Jessie ankan Mrs Bob Longmore and er baby and Mrs Harry Wicd mann all of Mason City Other nests were Mrs Len Roy of Shef ield and Mr and Mrs Lester Tool nd their son of Mason City SWEENEYRIDER HUMBOLDT Sept ranees Sweeney oldest daughter f Mr and Mrs T H Sweeney of Humboldt and Ernest A Rider son f Charles A Rider of Altmas Cal Tere united in marriage Thursday ept 5 in California The service vas read in the home of the Rev ather G O Driscoll of Altmas Wearing a white georget lace rimmed frock and carrying Amer can Beauty roses the bride was at tended by a friend who wore a pas tel shade gown A wedding break fast followed the ceremony after which the couple left for a honey moon trip to Oregon The bride graduated from St Marys school and the Humboldt nubile school and in recent months has been touring western states I with relatives Last winter she re I sided with relatives in Altmas Bits About Em Baby Booths Nelson Raymond Juinteron Merll Platt Marvin Esser Edward Oelt icnbrun Betty Jean Brower Danny i Veldhouse Marie A considerable proportion of Thursdays crowd at the fair must nave been Juvenile for both the baby nursery and the baby cliui had recordbreaking patronage Both enterprises limit their youth ful visitors to youngsters under five Three hundred and twentyfive youngsters were weighed and meas ured in the clinic booth and of these 101 received gold stars for being of the weight for their height and age The following youngsters received the stars Donald Miller Darold Miller Clarence Chrlstenson Betty Thomason eHnry Bergman Eliza beth Lewis MarvelThomason Don ald Carratt Marjorie Anne Estell Alta Lou McMullen Duane Miller Jimmy Cress Lyle Butler Mayme Yourhans Eugene Hagi Merle Lar son Vincent Woiwood Mary Belle Martin ElsleGauley Gets Star Elsie Gauley Vclma Leone Ever est Glen Hale Van Every William Cawley Austin Summers Billie Hansen Claire Hanson LaVonne May Roggenmam John Francis Bamrick Ferdonna Smith Junje McKiness Phyllis Elaine Woodhouse Phyl Us Darlene Mpmyer Mehhylia Fol linsbe Ruby Lucille Friend June I Frost Berle Brown Clyde Sturgis i Reed Thrams Geqrge Richard Bruns Dalvis Ann Smalley Milton Pedelty Barrel Lloyd Evans Merri lyn Marker VI 1m a Brown Betty Jean Sweeney Rodell Sandy Bar bara Jean Huates De Loris Flat ness Donald Doericg Kistner Baby Wins Oliver Edwin Kistner Raymond Kistner Mary Ellen Patterson Dorothy Jean Trail George Humph rey Richard Donnovan Clydene Weaklen Elly Peters Pauline Stew returned Thursday I petorsoh Mary Carlson Robert Edward Kupper Thomas Cross Patricia Jubb Roger Dean Lantz Roland Payne Marietelle Miller Gene Elmer Morische Bonnie Mae Lantz Rodney Eugene Klostnr Valoice Ana Nalan Lois Varvel Dale Huebner I SowJ CalvW Hansen Audrey Mc I J ft V T P 1 Graw Jimmy Colloten Peeev w t o C11J Latch ataxy AnnJLester JBilly Bur 315 Youngsters Visit Clinic While 108 Crowd Into Nursery nette Donavau Myrick Jane Sahr Darlene Bamnrnr Eileen Jansen George Yurhouse Geraldine Humph rey Rollin HoweH Lyme Gerdee Nursery Was Crowded Women who assisted in the booth were Mrs Ralph Willis Phoebe Sherman Gladys Miles Mrs Mar icle and daughter Betty Mrs George Senior Mrs F S Hanson and Mrs Sanders The nursery also had a busy day with 108 youngsters to care for The nursery was crowded to capacity until closing time in the evening Helpers on Friday were Marian Mills and daughter Mrs Bar Miss Helen Blattner returned to her home in City Thursday after several days with Miss Editn Rule inRock Glenn Miss Blattner and Miss Rule recently returned from a trip thru Yellowstone and Glacier National parks Albert Grubb from Chicago to his home 219 Sixth street northwest He has been in Chicago all summer studying music and playing in the AllAmerican Cadet band He will be at home a week and then will return to Drake where he will begin his second year of school work He is a member of the band there The last of Septem ber he wil go to Waterloo to plav first trombone in the band at the cattle congress Marguerite Leutenegger 127 Third street northeast parish vis itor and young peoples worker at the First Methodist church wilt give up her work Sunday to go to Mt Vernon where she will enter col lege Miss Mary Sherman 219 Sixth street northwest will leave Sunday for Cedar Rapids to resume her work in Cos college She will be a senior this year The Rev George F Baraalou for merly of Mason City now of Cedar has been offered the pastor ate of the Congregational church at Maquoketa He was a member of the faculty of the Memorial univer sity hero for several years Catherine Buchan of Des Moines has accepted a position in tUe Meyer a Beauty salon She began work Wednesday She is taking the vacancy left by Miss Effle Pitten ger who gave up her work recently to be married Mary Margaret Hoyt Betty Jean bara Mrs Starr Parker Dorothy Price Mrs A H McAdam and Mrs J McGourty MRS BABCOCK GIVES BRIDGE PARTY Mrs Edward Babcock 314Third street northwest entertained n group of friends at an Informal party Friday afternoon at her home Most of the guestswere girls who will leave soon for school Bridge was the diversion of the af ternoon The guests included Gret chen Bickel Gretchen Carlson Ruth Williams Ruth Crabb Mary Sher man Elizabeth Mason and Glaclvs Kehm JOHNSONBUGENHAGEN CRESCO Sept The marriage 01 Miss Julia Johnson of Plymouth Rock and Mr Harvey Bugenhagen of Cresco took place Wednesday the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Louis Johnson Rev O Brenna pastor of the Lutheran church Harmony performed the ceremony The couple was attended by Alice and Richard Bugenhagen sister and brother of the bridegroom A wed ding dinner was served and the couple left by auto on a wedding trip to Waterloo They will make their home in Cresco where Mr Bugenhagen is employed in the hardware store of G A Nicolay LICENSES A marriage license was issued to H G Thomson of Plainview Tex and Aline Gibbs Glasgow Mo EASLERSOLTOWl CRESCO Sept 6 Miss Gretrude Easier daughter of Mr arid Mrs John Easier living northeast of Cresco and Mr Oliver Soltow son Of Mrs Cora Soltow of near Cresco were married Wednesday by Rev F H Weed pastor of the Metho dist church at the M E parsonage Cresco Paul Soltow brother of the bridegroom was groomsman and Mrs Paul Soltwo was bridesmaid A three course wedding dinner was served at McDermotts cafe after v hlch the couple left on a wedding trip to Yellowstone park and other western points Upon their return they will reside on a farm near Kendallville MUNCHPECK ALGONA Sept Mrs Minnia E Munch and Bert Peck were mar ried Saturday at Fort Dodge at tha First M E church They left by ear for a trip thru the Black HiUs Yellowstone Park and then to Los Angeles where they will spend tha waiter The couple will return to Algona in the spring Council of HiTri Club Meets to Plan for Coming Season The council of the HiTri club tha Girl Reserve organization of the lo cal high school met at the Y W C A Thursday afternoon to hold a setting up meeting or to make plans for the coming year The reports of the girls who at tended the conference at Lake Oko boji this summer were presented and plans for social events xvera discussed at the business meeting Among other things It was decided to sponsor class competition in the matter of selling membership tickets Plans were also made to give a melon bust at East Park as the opening event of the season Members of the council are Lois Myer president Alice Sheffler vice president and chairman of the mem bership committee Betty Senneff membership subchairman Ruth Hille secretary Betty Green fi nance chairman Virginia Malaney social chairman and Virginia Vasey social subchairman Marian Van Ness program chair man Virginia Hill program sub chairman Betty Peake service chairman Jeane Williams sub chairman and Jeanette Wednen ring chairman Mr and Mrs Paul Bemer of East Cifv Pa arrived in Masotl City Thursday for a weeks visit s with former neighbors and friends Mr Berner a contractor left Ma tym 1D20 He is in Jn his state win in DR C R SMITH Chiropractor 80M East State Phone 445 Quiet The NEW and Startling Majestic discovery that Russia wont fight for a mere railroad will cause a lot of map study to discoverhow Has no AC Hum 106 NORTH FEDERAL AVE A A Peoples Gas Electric Co Rndio Headquarters SOW GRASS SEED NOW To make that smooth velvety lawn next spring you should sow grass seed now be fore the cold damp nights come on We have the old reliable Vaughn Seed for shady or ctmny places Herman M Ivnudson Prop ASK ABOUT OUrt FBKE LANDSCAPE SERVICE COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH KVERY PURCHASE Buy Now and Save at These Prices During Our Final CleanUp of Summer CoatsDressesMillinery Greater Values Than Ever Before Wash and Silk Dresses Now at Spring and Summer Coats Priced 75 Every Summer Hat Priced 50c Girls Wash Dresses Priced 39c 85c up Fancy Needlework Priced 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