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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON GITY GJtOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 16 COLLEGE STUDENTS MAKE PREPARATIONS FOR DEPARTURE Iowa Group Left Early for Rushing Others Plan to Return to School During This Week Just a week ago pupils of the vrrade schools were unearthing school books and fountain pens and turning their steps from vacation Today Btudenta in colleges and universities are dust ing off luggage banging dresser drawers and conducting last min ute hunts for galoshes to go in their trunks For theadvanced schools are reopening their doors to the boards ofreturnmg students Several groups have already gone The Iowa City delegation forthe most part left during the weekend to spend theweek prior to theopen ing of school in rushing activities Cornell students have also gone Those returning to Grinhell wilj leave the latter part rt this week The townwill soon be deserted by its collegiate population largo Group to Iowa Following is a list of students and Uie schools they win attend State University of Iowa George fiiJl Mary Stevens Irene Holman Margaret Rule Peach Rule Curtis Triesner Kermit Wise Gretchen Carlson Hartzell Spnnce Bud Park Morris Dai rd John Adams Fred leek William Hathorn Pauline Larson Murry Finley Joel Hirsch Julia Mace Wilbur Casslday Charles Lombardo Vern Hunt Hughes Bryant Gretchen Bickle Bill Daly Iowa State College at Ames mor Hazlett Junior Heffner Joan Moen Rollin Bohning Sando leon Esther Church Leonard Wil son of Haniontown Richard Dreyer Paul Granholm Alvin Bonn Mabel TCrumm Harold Elliott Lyle Davis Dorothy Pagenhart and Donald Smokstad of Clear Lake GrinneH College Grirmell Sy 1 vi Friend I Helen Abel Ruth Crab Mary Gould Helen Greeu Kennetl Woodward Elizabeth McMillan State Teachers College Ceda Falls Dorothy Rogers Glatiyi Landy of Lake Mills Crystal Paul son Three Enroll at Drake Drake University Des Molrics BettySherman Albert Grutib Creata Mae St Olflfs College Northfield Minn Kermit Paulson Dikka Moen SorenWestly University of Minnesota Mar garetHarrounJean Mickey John Urbath Marian Brisbine Park iard Robert Dull V Northwestern University Evan ston 111 Elizabeth Maytham Mit ton Hodenfield June Barber Clark College Dubuque Mary Banagy Rockwell Kathryn Cala han Rockwell Seven Go to Cornell Cornell College Mount Vernon Robert Leewright Dorothy Edgar Marcia Tubbesing Guy Saulsbuvy Cecil Boyer Marguerite Leuteneg ger JosephineOdle Notre Daiie Clem McGuire Rich ard Brady Other schools at which Mason City will be represented Include Priacipa StLouis Freddie Keeler Park college Parksville Mo Lyle Smith Rosary college 111 Helen Bliss James Milikin university De catur 111 MariannaSheffler Rush Medical college Draper Long Hunter New York Marguerite Reh berg Miser Business college Chica go Carol Hass COe Cedar Rapidls Mary Sherman Rockford college Elockford El Alice McDonald Edgewood college Madison Wis Marjory Hughes Massachusetts Institute of Technology Boston Gregory Adams Wartburg1 Normal college Waverly Conrad Bueher St Catherines college St Paul Ann Dougherty Carthage college Carthage III MarcusLundberg 3arlton college Northfield Minn Smmanuel Eggert SHOPPING AT PALAIS ROYAL IS AN ADVENTURE IN FASHION BIASON CITS i t 101 NORTH FEDERAL AYE J pppsaoooeosoocoooooooocooaooosoociooaooBoooocooeiec WearEver I SPECIALS Percolators Your choice of colors Handles Red Blue Green Black Griddles No Grease No Smoke Also this set of three WearEver Saucepans Reiulir Price 3 coTtn Co fit all three SSe EXTRA We have a 4piece saucepan set for M SATISFACTION Phone 98 jf 27 East State St Federated Club Women May Visit Chicago Building Mason Cityclubwomen who plan to go into Chicago this winter should enlarge their itineraries be yond the Art the Field Museum and the Loop theaters to include the newv Chicago Womans Club building completed lastApril Its doors are open to any member of a federated womans club Mrs J C Amen president of the Mason City womans club brot back glowing reports of the buildingafter her visit toChicago last week Patrons Furnish Kooins Located just off South Michigan avenue the building was erected en tirely by the Chicago Womans club A number of the rooms how ever were furnished by wealthy pa trons In Honor of distinguished peo ple The Jane Addams room was furnished by Mr Hart of Hart Schaffner and Marx The building includes recreational facilities as well as living quarters On the first floor is a complete theater with a separate entrance and a lounge formen and for wom en There are card rooms private dining rooms and a magnificent liv ing room Decoration Also Moderitstle The entire building is decorated in the modernistic manner handled with restraint The many mirrors characteristic of the treat ment are found in the large dining room on the second floor Themir rors not only add to the decorative jffect but create an illusion of tre mendoussize Woodwork thruout is finished without stainit has been rubbed down with wax but is not artificlal y darkened Walnut butternut and maple are used Of particular interest is the large downstairs living room It top isj inished entirely in wood At either of its vast length Is a fire lace Decoration is in soft shades ifblue gold and lavendar On the top floors are bedrooms vhich are available to any federated lub woman BRIDE OF LAKE MILLS MAN j SOCIAL CALENDER JOSEPH MILTON COLBY wife of Lieutenant Colby formerly of Lake Mills was Margarette Capelle Brisley of Montclair N J until her marriage Aug 19 at the Cadet Chapel at West Point The brides only attendant was hersister and a classmate of the bridegroom served as best imnn Members of the class of 1930 at the academy were Colby ia the son of MrsJ EColby of Lake He attended the state university and the Virginia Military In stitute before entering West Point D A Will hold the annual constitution day luncheon at the home of Mrs H E Swarner 147 Fourteenth street northwest Reservations must be made with Mrs L W 10 oclock T meet Y W at Club program Reservations may ba made with Mary Gill or at the Y W office Will meet at the Hanford at noon Country Will hold the regular bridge party in the evening Committee Mr and Mrs King Vanderwlcken Mr and Mrs Moss Jaeger Vomans Belief Corps and Will meet Tuesday afternoon in the Chamber of Commerce hall for a grabbag loyal Order of Will meet at Eagles hall for a social time followed by a dance The drill team will meet at for practice JURRIERS ENTERTAIN KILL KAKB KLUB Members of the kill Kare Klub yero entertained at their regular meeting Friday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Russell Currier After a short business session the presidentturned the meetingover to Paul N Payne leader or the sec ond programgroup Roll call was answered with an excuse for not ittending club After the club had joined in singing several songs an oldfashioned styleshow was given Russell Bistline and Robert Dunn sang several songs and Darrell Payne gave a recitation Lenore Ca lill accompanied Marcella Bistline in playing a violin solo A mock fu neral concluded the program Quests of the evening were Mrs F Witmer Mr and Mrs Sinnard of Mason City and Mrs L A Wagner and chil dren Helen and Warren Mason City Mildred Johnson Walter Needham Married Sunday The farm home of Mrana Mrs Nels Johnson north of Rockford was the scene of the wedding of their Daughter Mildred ham son of Mrand Mrs E Needbam of Sunday afternoon Fifty friends and rela tives witnessed the ceremony which was read by the Rev William Gal breth of Plymouth The bride wore a dress of blue georget made up with tan and car ried roses Her only attendant her sister Margaret wore navy blue Mr Needham was attended by C Lawrence Payne Following the ceremony a two course luncheon was served to the company The couple left for a weeksstay in St Pauland Minne apolis After Oct 1 they will be at home at 107 Fifteenth street north west Mrs Needham is a graduate of New Achievement In Face Powder The skin 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