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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SIX MASON CITY GLqBEr SEPTEMBER 10 AUTUMN STYLES REFLECT NEW NOT Fall Fashions Flattering to All Women BoxSilhouette Declines to Give Place to Flares Drapes Beauty is only skin deep in siststhe oldfasbibried woman Per haps she is right perhaps it is not even deep Perhaps beauty is dependent entirely oh clothes If that were sofand all women had un Imiited charge accounts certainly the world be filled with fem miiecharmers this fall for the new fashions are delightfully flattering This is not the season of the ingenue type however The trend is away from the sweet simple and models and costumes show1 mganew note of sophistication ate winning the popujar favor Hats are extreme and daring ia cut often concealing all the Jhatr with an ef fects that makes the tight type ot wearer seem a vitalized modernistic drawing Dresses particularly for eyeing wear are subtly rld wise Coats are cut with a dash and daring that were never meant for the immature person Fashions Feminine And yet there is anew note of feminity in the fashions Womans higfiest ambition is no longer to look as much as possible like a toon The straight silhouette has re cedes in favor of s new one which comes close to resembSiirg the hii inan figure new trait is at once appar ent in the coats Flares are in again and their reappearance sJKwldbe welcomed for flares are undoubtedly flattering Ariotheir f e curience ofa style of several sea sons ago is that of the uneven hem lineMTlie straight and narrow way isTnotthe way of fall garments theyare neither straight nor nar rovyv but uneven and flaring np FursJFlne Coats Fjrie feathers may notrmake fins birds but finc furs make fine coats aad tfce new coats are lavishly and bfecomirigly furtrimmed Collars may be veritable capes they may be of cloth banded with fur or they square cutin an oddly Cos s feclilike Even1 sportcoats reflect the flar ihj movement As for colors in sport coats and brown retain their permanent but shades are seen as well divergence froiiy the ine models is so an In are often With tht Women of so n e cklines Th e nly part way around Aiatunra Colors Reifect Leaves The vigorous rich colors always popular in fall continue to be favor ites tthia year The tones of autumn leaves are repeated in the autumn rust brown warm red taw the rest Evening gowns are joys forever since they are unquestionably things of beauty No material in more flattering thanlustrous vel vet and veiyet is one ofthe favor ite fabrics this season It may bo chiffon or transparent velvet or the panne variety lineevening gowns go one stepfarther with the uneven hem has been gaining in pop ularity thruput the last season or two In general the silhouette is slencjer with a sharply dipping back Often sweeping panels arc attached by meana of a bit of pish Miss Mary Stewart By LILIAN CAMPBELL Appointment asassistant director of education for the Indian buieau has been made of Miss Marj Stew art of Denver ColoandWashing ton Her job will be to help fit the young Indians for their place in the world by practical education ana by directing them Into useful employment Miss Stewart has been a univer sity teacher and dean of women al so an employment specialist She from1921 to 1927 with the employment service of the department of labor She has also been active aiuon business women andis the author ofthe Business Creed whichis used extensively among members of the National Federa tion of Business and Professional Women includes Mr and Mrs Harvey Bry ant MriandMra J C Stoddard Dr and Mrs Steve A OBrien Dr andMrs TA Burke and Dr and Mrs Chetwynd Frariehere BRISBINE IIONOKS Bits of T Hert recently ten dered rher resignation asvice chair manof the republican national com mittee but it wasnbt Mrs Mary B Hopkins mayor nf Redmondo Gal uses a gavel in the shape of a shiny new hatchet The suggestion accompanying the gift of the hatchetgavel to Mrs Hop kins was to the effect that the sharp edge was to be usedin case nf necessity N COUNTRY CLUB HAS BUSY WEEK Two regular parties ire ou the schedule of the countryclub actlvl s thi weekly v bridge With Mrs TracyStevens and William Murphy as hostesses On Thursday the last dinner dance of the season with the excep tion of the Bachelors ball in Octo ber wilt be given Cliff Mandysr orchestra will play The committee for the function Miss Marjory Brisblrie 222 Sixth street northwest was hostess to a group of 25friendsMonday after nobn as a compliment to Miss Betty Pfahler of Gillesple II who will attend schoolhere thisyear Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon with five tables arranged for the game High score winners were Miriam Marston first and Margaret Rule second Margaret Goodman received the consolation prize and the hostess presented Miss Pfahler guest prize A two course luncheon carrying out thecolor scheme of green and white was served Miss Marian Quire of Kanawha was an out of town guest Y COMSIITTEE ON GIRLS VVORK MEETS Tha YJ W C A girl s work com mittee afternoon at the Y of the secretary Miss Holt on the summers work was presented Lois Meyer presi dent of HiTri the high school or ganization reported on the setting up conference and the summer con ference at LakeLOkoboji Plans for the year were discussed and tenta tively outlined SOCIAL WEDNESDAY Presbyterian Ladies Will meet in the church parlors Hostesses Mrs Lewis Wilson Mrs Gustafson Mrs Loos En tertainment Mrs Rlchardsou Mrs Johnson Central Lutheran Ladies Will meet at inthe church parlors Mrs R W Kellar and MrsFrancis Beneke will be hos tesses Social Hour Will meet with MrsRalph Dunn southeast of town in the after noon Jefferson ChildStudy Will not meet this week The meeting has been postponed un til Sept 18 Mrs George De Groot 832 Third street southeast hostess Mnsonic Social club Will hold a party at the Clear Lakecountry club beginning at and t Social Circle terlan AVill meet Wednesday evening aP thechurch Mrs Harrison Davis and Mrs Claude Thomas will be hostesses G 1 to B L Will meet in Eagle Hall at in theafternoon Science Has Use for Sour Acid Can in Manu facture of Artificial Sjlk Claim By HOWARD W BLAKESLEE Science Editor Associated Press Feature Service MINNEAPOLIS Minn Sept 10 that the sour taste in vinegar will be used to make bet ter artificial silk was madeto the American Chemical Society today by Prof D B Keyes of the Univer Sity of Illinois The sour substance with which chemistrys magic touch piay make finer dresses was called by Prof Are You Going Back to School jN QFIDBR to procure a complete list of students who will return to this fall the requests that students fill out this blank aad return itto our office in care of The Society Editor Name Address Parents Names School Cityv Keyes by its scientific name acetic acid He told ot a newlydeveloped process at Illinois for making it developed in cooperation with 3D PKing and Sherlock Swann of the university For making artificial silk it is combined with cellulose to form cellulose acetate The acid not only makes vinegars sour taste but is thething that turns good hard cider into vinegar It is part of acety lene the illuminating gas In cel lulose acetate form it makes the nonexplosive photographic film artificial silk industry said Prof Keyes increased by leaps and bounds and finest type of artificial silk so farpro duced is made from cellulose ace tate Iri q different paper Prof Keyes said that a special kind of grain alcohol named anhydrous ethyl mixed with gasoline will un doubtedly become the standard motor fuel of this country The particular advantage of an hydrous alcohol over the ordinary 95 said is that it will mix in all proportions with gaso line It makes one of themost sat isfactory motor fuels ever produced in commercial quantities from an antiknock standpoint DIVORCE CASE ON Thetrial of thedivorce action of Mrs Annie Bell vs Herbert Bell continued in the district court Tuesday before Judge C H Kelley The wind has changed Convalescent mon what of it ken the doctor said ye needed a changc Boston Transcript MITCHELL BUYS T VOTING MACHINES 20 Automatic Voters Bought by County One Being Shown Here The purchase of 20 automatic voting machines by Mitchell county was announced here by FW Pain of the Automatic Voting Machine corporation day Thiswill be sufficient to placs one in each precinct of the The machines were purchased llt with the understanding that they not prove satisfactory they can be returned with the payment of rental rJI Mr Pain is demonstrating one of the machines in the Cerro Gordo county courthouse now ALPHA CLASS TO MEET The Delta Alpha Sunday school das which interrupted its meeting itcently will meet as usual this Sunciay morning EMPLOYES HA YE PICNIC Ope hundred twentyfive em of the Pfaff Baking com pany gathered for a plcnicatthe P lEDark at Bayside Sunday af ter7 noon was served in Odd Fel lows hall by Mr and Mrs Sam Games and stunts occupied thje afternoon Out of town1 guests wereMr and Mrs Ed Pfaff of Fort Dcflge FAB1ILY GATHERS FOR REUNION Sixty members of the Pedelty family gathered at East Park Sun for their annual reunion At noon a picnic dinner wag served afternoon was spent in flrniaUy The guests came from Mason City and neighboring towns The reunion which is an annual af fair was especially in honor of two pioiieers Mrs Elizabeth Pedelty and Bryson SOCIAL PLANS PARTY Thi Masonic social club will en tsrtairi and will be entertained at a party at the Clear Lake country club afternoon and eve ning1 Joe Daniels president of the is general chairman of the A diversified program Of enter tninmentis planned The festivities will begin at 4 oclock and will in cudegolf and cards with a dinner Berved at 7 oclock In the evening dancing will be Included on the schedule and a program of stunts will also be arranged More than 100 persons are expected to attend Committees in charge include the Reception Ralph Wilson Adam Gilpin Fred Eslick and J E Tjrnhelly entertainment W B Lor Dr G K Jones Jack Stanfield J MRobertson dinner Joe Daniels Art Hagg characterize the offeringin FOOTWEAR at Peacock FOR WOMEN Arch Preserver Shoes MEN AND WOMEN Bostonian MEN Fall Opening Wednesday Eve Sept llth JoeooaoaceosoecooooaoosooaeoaeaqoogoQooee Windows Unveiled Wednesday at730PM COURTESY AND SATISFACTION wmc BVERY PURCHASE Opening Dates Sept llth to 14th The fashions to be shown are replicas of models exhibited at the early seacon of highclass couturiers of New York Authentic and Approved Fashions for the Woman of Good Taste Are Now Ready at Popular Prices Every Model shown at our opening has been passed upon by a corps of expert stylists Nowhere Will You Find Values for Equal Qual Our Low Prices ASHION will play a new role this aurumn Mora demure quaint and modest will be her manner She will make mys terious capital of Natures precious gifts She will play prim and proper to the hoyden of summer She will suggest rather than reveal her recal ling all her subtle arts of coquetry will prove anew that ageold truth a women is most perfect when most womanly Among the seasons Lowplaced fullness highpoints t highplaced waistline Formfitting bodice with Directoire influenceVelvet opaque transparent or printed Costume jewelry with marcasite leading Short back hemlines And as always fashions of metro politan sophistication for women of limited income Smart society women on Fifth Avenue are choosing from exactly the same models we shall show to you TsoeeeeceogeeeoesececeooosGoccc
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