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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa r SEPTEMBER 16 mi 1929 MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEVEN BUSY PROGRAM SCHEDULED FOR Y W C A THIS WEEK Meeting of Board to Be First Event Opening of Swimming Pool Promised Within Few Days The march of fall and the open ing of the winter club season sees every type of womans organiza tion accelerating its activity Meet ings are called parties are planned programs are outlined and the years work is begun Accordingly a busy week looms ahead for the Y W C A Beginning with the monthly meeting of the board Monday night at the days willbe crowdedwith activity Routine business will be transacted at the board meeting Pool to Keopeh Paramount among the events of the week at the Y W will be the re opening of the swimming pool With the arrival on Sunday of Miss Ste phanie Schulta physical director the date for the opening of the pool was tentatively set for some time within the next few days The exact date depends upon the filling of the pool which was not done before the arrival of Miss Sehultz Officials are working on the schedule of classes and it will be published upon com pletion The shower and locker rooms have been newly decorated An event of Tuesday will be the regular meeting of the T N T club in the cafeteria at Regular business will be taken up and there will be aclub program Two Clubs Meet Thursday Two organizations will meet at the cafeteria on Thursday The Business and Professional Womens club will gather for their weekly luncheon at noon In the evening the Tusalata club will have a din ner meeting followed by the club program On Friday a major event will take place when the girl reserves groups of the city grade schools will be entertained at a rally spon sored by the girls work department of the Y W CA The partywill be given In the gymnasium beginning at A feature of the evening will be the presentation of the girl reserve rings ordered last year A program is also being planned after which there will be an Infor mal social hour Bits About Em ccoooaooocoeoooooooeacoeooogoosogoosoaogaosos Distinctive For Fall at aaid FOR WOMEN OF DISTINCTIVE TASTE You really must see them these adorable styles these smart lustrous silk and cloth materials these new trim ming effects to really appreci ate smartness So many to choose from and allso utterly stylish Dr and Mrs B F Weston 710 North Adams street returned Sat urday from a three weeks automo bile vacation trip They drove first into Michigan thru Wisconsin and then oh to Toronto From Toronto they took theboat trip up the lake and returning drove on to Montreal thence to Quebec Their route next led them into Maine the home of Dr Westons people and on down to Portland Mr and HI Prusia arrived Satur day from Buffalo New York for a visit at the home of HI Prusia Sr and Ray Prusia Robert and Julia Mace children 322 N Federal Aye iSOCCOCCCCCCCOOOOOeCOOOBCOCOOOOOOOOOOOOCCOOO 3GGO9V Stunning Fall Coat GLOBEGAZETTE 15 GENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1765 An unusually smart coat Is pre sented in Design 1765 for general wear or to use In forming an en semble The several rows of stitch Ing create the trimming scheme which is new and decidedly chic Otherwise the coat is simple and quite easy to make Materials that are practical as well as smart arekasha tweed and cashmere The most popular colors are beige brown mixtures of black and white and solid black The coat may be lined or merely faced May be obtained only in sizes IS 20 34 36 38 40 and 42 Size 16 requires 8 yards of 54 inch material 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 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to wrlti of Dr and Mrs K V Mace 327 i plainly your name address style South Maryland avenue drove to number and size wanted Iowa City Sunday where Julia will The fashion book Is 15 cents but enter the state university this fall j only 10 cents when ordered with a Robert returned Sunday night pattern Address all mail and ord ers to GlobeGazette Pattern de Mr and Mrs William partment 243 West Seventeenth Seattle Wash will come to Mason street New York City City for a visit at the home of his sister Mrs Charles Kahler 507 North Massachusetts avenue after she attended Iowa university and completing a visit with his brother John Lamping at Thompson George and Grant Knowles ot BIs mark N Dak spent Sunday night in Mason City with friends They are on their way to Iowa City where George will reenter the col lege of medicine and his brother will Begin his first year in the col lege of liberal arts George is a member of Kappa Sigma social fra ternity and Flit Beta Pi medical fraternity McPhalls Minneapolis She holds a B A degree She has also had ex perience on the chautauqua plat form Mr and Mrs H L Boothroyd and son Herbert 236 Crescent drive re turned Sunday night from a visit with friends and relatives at Madi son and Oconomowac Wis and Frceport III Mother Will Gain Wisdom From Visit to Childs Teacher By ALICE JUDSON PEALE Mrs Horton Mason City arrived here Friday morningfor a visit with Mr and Mrs J T Laird 311 Mrs Ralph Barclay 322 North Madison avenueleft Saturday for Seattle to spend a month visitiap her parents On the way she will stop in Minneapolis for a visit wifh her daughter Helen who is working 1 had to do an astonishing number of things which he has not had to do Trvfto for a IonS timeand several perhaps that he has never done Before He has had to put behind him the street j of the summer holiday He joined her Saturday night hatl ba P and and they longer will stay a few days to school early each morning He has had to give himself to the more or less happy task of learning He has had to make the acquaintance Miss Clarice Paul left Sunday for Of new classmates and new teachers Helena Mont where she will tcacli All of this is a tropcl deal to ask speech in Intermoiratain Junior lege1 andwill have charge of dra matic club work Miss Paul taught speechlast year at Aurora Minn M B A TO HOLD DANCE WEDNESDAY Members of Midland Lodge M B A will hold a dance at the K C hall Wednesday night JOHN SMITH WEDS LUCILLE McCULLOH John C Smith of Iowa Falls and Lucille McCulloh of Adrian Mo were married Saturday at 1 oclock at the Baptist parsonage The Rev 3 L Pickett offlciatfcl Tho corjfja was by Mr and M It YVesterberg of Mason City HADDASSAU CLUB TO SPONSOR PARTY The Haddassah club will sponsor a benefit bridge at the P G and E auditorium Tuesday the proceeds to go to philanthropic work in Pales tine Two business men were talking ever their employes Well old Johnson lias grown grayhaired in my service Pooh Ive got a girl with mo who has grown yellow brown and redhaired in my Transcript 1705 honest and observant teacher may lielp you during the course of the year to a better understanding of your child and to a clearer picture of his needs his strength and bis weaknesses An early checking up on such mat ters as the amount oC home study required and the type of social ad justment your child la will save a deal of possible complication later on and will contribute greatly to ths success of the entire year Women Suffering Bladder Irritation If functional Bladder Irritation interrupts your sleep or causes burning backache leg pains mus cular aches thus makingyou fee tired and discouraged why not try the Cystex 48 Hour Test Nearly two million Cystex testa now distributed under a money back guarantee with marked suc cess No dopes narcotics or habit forming drugs List of pure ingre dients in each package Get Cystex pronounced Siss lex at any drug store for only GOc Put it to the lest See for yourself what it does Money back if it doesnt bring quick improvement and satisfy you completely you are the sole judge of your satisfaction Tom Reed said that a statesman s a politician who Is dead As an alternative definition It might be said that a statesman is a politi cian who in dealing with the tariff can put the general good ahead ol the selfish claims of Boston Transcript WIFE BRIGADE TTS a tough furnace tending Especially when it means messing around in sootand grime wrestlingwith huge lumps of coal and dig ging for stubborn clinkers Not the sort of job for your wife anyhow Make it easy for her with Stott Briquets Theyre clean and easy to handle Plenty of heat with the minimum of attention Different and Better because they Contain Waihed Pennsylvania Hard Coal The Hot Water Faucet Than a Name in the Autohot Home Think of how nice it would be to have a warm bath wait ing for you each day after after the golf game hot water for the early morning shave and the count less household tasks during the day Everyone can enjoy the con venience of continuous 24 hour day service Only a month to in stall an Autohot this A turn of the fau cet is all that is required to bring forth hot water iu the home where an Autohot looks after the hot ill water supply In such a home the hot water faucets are all that their name im ers of hot wa ter of just the right temperature at any hour without the slightest inconven ience or delay Moodily Only Only 5 Try It It It Sell toelf No Interest Added Installed Complete Gas Electric Company Cal1 Us FOR BETTER APPLIANCES 123 of any small child Miraculously enough he probably has met all these new demands adequately and cheerily But just perhaps things are not going as well as you could wish Why not find out about it Of course the best indication of the sort of start your child has made in the new school year is his own attitude If he comes home full of news and confidences eager to talk about the days happenings you may be pretty sure that all Is Sfolnir well In any case a morning1 spent visit ing his school will not be wasted Talk to his principal talk to teacher Especially take pains to know the latter Win her confidence invite her helpful criticism An Wife Preservers Toothpicks should never be used to pick the teeth but they may take the place of straws to test the cake This Fall You Should Sow grass seed Plant hardy perennials and shrubs Fertilize your lawn and garden Plant tulip bulbs etc Ask for our Free Cata log and for any plant ing advice you may want Herman Knudson Prop 1205 So Federal Ave Fall Cleaning Time Is Here TAKE a look around today Examine your Drapes Curtains Bed Spreads Blankets Rugs Examine them with the critical eye of a woman guest Do they instantly bespeak cleanliness and care The shutin period is approaching Make this survey today Sort out the things that need Phone 788 or 789
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