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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON gITY SOCIAL WORLD FOCUSESATTENTION ON Both Brides Plan Home MickeyDibble Ceremony to Be Day After Pedelty Van Laven Event Two weddings within the ranks E Mason Cltys younger geenration re high lights on the social calen Oar for thesweek On Wednesday Lola Pedelty daughter of Mr and Mrs G L Pedelty will be married to William A qf Mason City son of Mr and Mrs John Von Laven of Woden Thursday Martha Mickey daugh ter of Mr and Mrs W R Mickey will Become the bridej of John Dibble son of the Rev and Mrs William Is Dibble Both young wo men have chosen to be married at noon t Miss Pedeltys will be a home performed in the presence of about 16 members tho family Only relatives will Re present for i he ceremony which will be read by he Rev A C Sfowe faster of the Church of Christ Mrjir A C Eppe stine sistecbf the bnde and hei Imsband will attend the couple After the marriage a wedding inner will be served Mr and Mrs Von Laven will leave its the after for their wedding trip Upon heir return they will make their at918 North Pennsylvania nvenue Sixty invitations have been issued o the wedding of Miss Mickey and Hr Dibble The marriage will take vlace at the home of the bride with he bridegrooms father the Rov William L Dibble as the officiating lergyman Mias Mickeys sister will serve her as maid of honor nhileiLester Dibble will be his brothers best man Mrs Chauncey Palmer Smith to Study English at Nebiaska University Mrs Chauncey palmer Smith nho has been visiting I for the past the home of Mr arid Mrs E BIythe will leave Wednesday or Lincoln Nebr to take up her tudies in the English department the state university MrsSmith has written and sold number of one act comedies and cadtngs in the past four yeais and lie hopes to enroll for special work ra English which will help her with her writing BamueT French of New ork and the Baker company of cagp have purchased her work est of the Drama Magazine and won favorable that or gan Her readfag Courage won the final decision in the Illinois State Declamatory contest at Nor trial in 1927 Other readings by Mrs Smith are being used by stu dents in Iowa and Illinois With the aidLof the special work for which she woll enroll at the uni versity Mrs Smith hopes to be able to carry this work atifl farther She Will be house mother at the Kappa Sigma fraternity x house at 114 H street Lincoln Nebr Sweden Finds Answer to Bi Work Problern STOCKHOLM Sept 10 From 1914 to 1924Sweden spent 564100000 for relief of unemployed says a report of the State Unem ployment Commission At present the number of unem ployed in Sweden shows a minimum figure but the nmnber registered during 1922 averaged about 150000 every month Only about onefifth of the entire sum spent was given as doles the vest beingused on con structive unemployment relief The work included the repairing of roads building new roads and railroads of a total length of more than 1800 miles farm improve ment and the building of 54 recrea tion grounds r has published a play of hers and the Womans Magazine pur chased two The first three come dies VWhat Would You Do The Acid Test arid Grapes Hang High are being produced by wo mens1 clubs from coast to coast The first two have alsobeen broad cast a number of times Her work has attracted the inter French Prison Has Big Financial Row Sept 10 are 126 bankers in thb financial row of La Sante prison Nearly all of them ran banks but often the banks didno real banking business Aithomost of thamtrimmed their ciistbmers as thoroly as possible none of them seems to have profited much Usually they in their turn were victims of handsome but ex travagant women or of their faith in their ability to guess what the stock market would do One of the first remedies agreed upon by parliament was the require ment of a clean legal record from those who wish to start banks Ex convicts no longer need apply for charters Modernr Whalers Make Big Hauls in South Sea SYDNEY Australia Sept 10 IP that 6600 whales have been killed in the last six years in the Ross Sea by three whale factory ships and their at tendant chasers to reports received from the Norwegiati IfadtoryBliipCAiLarsen made 75 000 barrels of whale oilrepresent catch of 786whales and valued at approximately in the United States The Sir James Clark Ross when she left New Zealand for Europe had on board 49000 barrels of oil representing a catch of 543 whales This made a total of 1329 whales for the two ships in four months Every season there is x one standing theme in millinery that stands out head and shoulders above everything else and this fall it is the Spanish influence Spain has been holding an exposition this year and being of importance to the whole worldIn general it is having its effect on everything The fact that of the foremost milliners of gone in con siderably for Spanish effects in her fall collection is one reason And the fact that the stores here are showing no end of brilliant fall millinery successes with Spain as their inspiration is another Hats of a Spanish character were a little shallow cap developed in black felt with a very short nose veil a wldeattheside turban with a long draped lace veil coming only at front a very smart little shawl low crowned model fashioned of black felt and trimmed with a red and yellow feather fancy cocked be hind the right ear a very shallow black velvet beret model with a snart tulle veil bound with black stin arid a matador beret model of black veleytpulled nonchalanty very far down on the right side You will like the subtle sugges tion of gay Spain in the silhouettes these hats andin the trimmings of feather brushes and the smart use of the nose veil And so when you set about se lecting your hat wardrobe for fall we predict that you will find it a very simple matter and a particu larly interesting adventure Soleil felt velvet and hatters plush are the big four in mate rials for fall millinery Soleil is Important Spletl in very fine grades is es pecially important If you had a solcil hat last year that didnt hold its lustre dont let that stop you from buying one of this material this year for the manufacturers this year have developed this mate rial to a point where soleil retains a permanent lustre and in a great many cases is guaranteed not to spot A great percentage of the soleil hats for fell and winter show a felt facing that is particularly chic and in many instances this combination of the dull felt surface and the shiny soleil surface forms the only trimming of the hat ate Reversed This way of reyeririg materials seems to be quite important for fall We itjin all stores arid shops and insets side turned brims and coronet turbans that show the use of the reversible side of the material in some such manner that makes the entire trimming of the of these are being shown in great abundance Of all the materials that go to fashion hats for smart feminines there is nothing more popular or T T Fall Opening PRESENTING THE FALL AND WINTER MODE FUR COATS You are invited to attend our showing of 192930 Fur Fashions Here you will find a complete stock of the very newest styles direct from New York and made in our own factory from selected pelts It will pay you to compare prices and quality before you buy Benowitz Bros Phone 633 MASTER FURRIERS 221N Federal atlsfactory than soft Women have grown to fine love felt this ovely material that slips oh to the lead so snugly holds its shape aft er repeated wearings and is ap parently never out of season relt hats for fall are frequently combined with belting ribbon suede and hatters plush Down on the Side The Ibngerattheslde1 effect which has become so popular over a period of a few seasons is again important in new fall hats Berets the darlings of Paris altho they are riot receivedhere with as much gusto as abroad are being shown in many smart colors in new felts and soleils Milliners expect them to be a big favorite for fall to be worn with furcollared coats and fur coats Beret in Now Colors A well known Parisian couturier esents the beret in dark capucine which is better known here as In dian Sun The shops are showing this beret made up in all sorts of colors but the hats we thot partic ularly smart were those developed of dark capucine combined with black and brown Wise women will select hats of this color to wear vith black and brown fur coats be ciuse they are so small and so ap propriate as well as chic with coats of fur We saw many twotone effects in velvet felt and velour and some of the cunningest and newest were the bonnet silhouette with the tip of the bonnet directly at the back of the neck and width added on eith er side so that it doesnt give too much of the baby doll effect But since faahionists tell us that femin ity and beauty are to be a big part of the mode for fall no doubt these hats which certainly tend to make women more beautiful will be much indemand For women cant help but like the youthful effect of the bonnet silhouette Turbnns Important The turban type silhouette is an other that is in for a very success ful career this fall This type adapts itself to fabric manipu lation Intricately draped side brims were much in evidence in turbans we saw The womaa of personality and individuality knows the stun ning effect of the turjmn which rises righUatthe front simulating the coronet We saw one very flattering model of black which was a copy of one designed1 by Georgette the Paris ian milliner of importance with a long right side that fitted the head stugly and clung closely to the face The brim went around to the back where it formed a long line and was held closely to the crown at the left side and then swung across the front to the right side where it was held by a carved crys tal and rhinestone oranment It was one of the most interesting hats we saw on our trip thru the stores One of the shops here la showing a smart replica of a hat designed by Lewis It Is a felt and are so many of the hat successes of the season English green felt is shirred at its long bacb and it is accented by a narrow brim upturned at the front The crown is adorable It is arranged in sec tional inlays with a band of match ing velvet high at the front and tied in a bow at the nape of the neck Another hat that took our eye was a black felt turban with the front entirely cut into inchwide strips which are placed over a vel vet bandeau and finished with black bone buckles This trimming effect is iplaced across the entire front of the watermelon ef fect Poles Are Dubious Over Shaws New Play WARSAW Sept 10 Bernard Shaws play Apple Cart which had its world premiere here was received by the Polish people question of its pro created much interest and was attended by the leading Polish literary and political lights The pjiy deals with an imaginary conflict between the King of Eng land and Parliament in 1962 when America offers to give up its Inde pendence and become a dominion the British empire Tho king under stands that this would mean that England would be swallowed imme diately by the newer country Thirty Are Believed Lost Soviet Ship By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS KHAROSLAV U 5 S R Sept 10 members of the crew of the soviet oil tanker MedveditEB with their families numbering it believed 30 persona lost their lives today at Ndrsky 10 miles down the Volga when anexplosionoccur aboard the steamer Ninemem bers of another tanker the Grom which was standing nearby were ITALY MIGHT v REVISE TARIFF Fascist Minister Sees Need to Compete With United States ROME Sept 10 may revise her whole schedule of import duties to combat those imposed by the United States ifthe suggestin made to the Chamber of Deputies by Alessandro Martelli minister ol economy is carried out The cham ber approved the ministers budget for the forthcoming fiscal year but did not discuss his deferences to the new duties I dont see said MarteUt how Italy can continue to spend in the United States four billionlire a year 2pO000OOCtt since she will no longer be able to compensate herself adequately with her ac customed exportation We export to the United States 1500000000 lire worth of good each year which leaves us an unfavorable balance of 2500000000 If the protectionist fever pre vails and tariffs increase still fur ther we who have always been too accommodating ought to follow a new line of conduct We are not a people who can receive hurt without resenting it We declare very strongly that wo shall respond to nations who increase their duties by elevating our own duties Mussolini was among those who applauded the ministers speech Receives 56500 IOWA CITY Sept 10 ing to care for aged resident of Washington county on the same basis as for Johnson county resi dents the Mary O Coldren old la dles home here has received a 6 500 bequest from the estate of Charles C Clifton of Washington Chestnut Brown In Fall Hats Positively Alluring in Soleil Felt and Velvet Veritable Triumphs of Chic to WOMENS OUTFITTERS Mason City 101 North Federal gravely pitals injured and sent to boa Likehhopd of Wheat Storage Places Seen WASHINGTON Sept 10 Senator Nye of North Dakota re publican said today an investiga tion of the advailability of wheat scat storage places in the northwest had been assured him immediately by Chairman Legge of the federal farm board Ideal American Laundry Now Washes All Blankets the New Way No More Shrinking Returned to You as Soft and Fleecy as the Day You Bought Them The Ideal American has the newest Blanket Washing equipment it cost several thousand dollars Few laundries in the country today have such uptodate equipment for washing all kinds of Blankets In north Iowa the Ideal American is the only Laundry offering this new type of Blanket Washing service it guarantees not to shrink your Blankets a fraction of an inch every Blanket is returned clean soft and fleecylike new Try this wonderful service send one Blanket and when returned sec how beautiful it is You will be happily surprised All Wool Blankets Returned In MothProof Bags One Day Service Its Phone 22 Ideal American Laundry Stadium Finished Soon IOWA CITY Sept binger of the gridiron season the University of Iowas new half mil lion dollar stadium is now practical ly coriipleted Brick masons have finished their work on the structure which has a seating capacity more than 42000 persons of THe New AND OPENING and with it cornea new lines of Jewelry silverware watches and novelties From many lines offered we have selected what in our judgment was the best and offer them for your approval in our window and In our stora Costume Jewelry that is la Just a little has dash and and moderate prices a Jewelry Store 12 East State Street Be An Ideal American Customer entn Sept 11121314 You are cordially invited to visit the MasonCity stores on these days Un veiling of the windows will take place Wednesday evening Come and see the gorgeous new Frocks at this store 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