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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON C1TY SEPTEMBER 19 JANE DUFFffiLD WEDS IOWA UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL STAR Brice Thomas to Continue His Studies MafriagefTakes Place in Chi cago to Parents f The marriage of Miss ield daughter of Fred G Duffiejd vicepresident of J E Deckerapd f Sons company and Mrs DuffleW 507 East State street arid Brlcei J Thomas University of Iowa foot S ball star took place at the Temple 1 Methodist church in Chicago Wed 1 oesday afternoon the Re John Thompson The ceremony was witnessed among others by the rbrides mother and John Shipley of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Thomas who had gone to Chicago with thehope of getting the ceremony postponed until the two were thru school On finding however that the plops had beencompleted andthai both were intent i onhaving the ceremony oncb theparents consent Planned f6iSome Time The marriage had evidently befeii is the most economical when results are Refuse to accept substitutes LEPPER FOR GLASSES 10 Vint st s One Group Including CABAGUL SEAI4 OPPOSSUM and MEDOZA of this group for one K week Fin Raccoon i i I II Natural Silver Grey net dipped Special One Week Only value I Every coatis made in pur ownfactory from carefully se lected pelts This assures better workmanship Ev ery coat carries our guarantee MASTCR FURRIERS Phone 6S3 321 N Federal planned for some time Miss Duf fleld who is a Junior m the ttlni yerslty of Oklahoma left Mason City a week ago to spend a few days with Miss Helen Meade a school chum from the days she at tended Monticello seminary God frey m Tueacjiy Mr puff Ield re ceived a letter from his daughter setting forth her plans to oe mar fled and MrsDuff Ield and Attor ney Shipley left immediately a statement given the the marriage Mr and JJrs Thomas will leave short ly lof Iowa City where he will turnto school Coach Burton Ing wersen hadbeen backingon him to fill a gap Jn haefcfteld where he earned his letter last year A hip injury hasprevented his report ing so far this seaspn Mr Thomas is a son of Mr and Mrs C 13 Thomas ofIowa City who spent the summer at Clear Lake Tfte football star was em and Graviel bqmpefiiy wherahis father is perinteiident the Mr Thomas also has an in UTa part of the state Gingham Frock for Tot GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Brie e Thomas attended the Mil son City high school Jiis senior year at MaysyiUev Ky fronjWhere he went to the TJnive rr sity ofIowa where he isamember pfthe Misa puffielilJalso1 former studentat Iowa City having spent part of a year there Forytwo years she one year alia atteridedthtf Knbx school for girls at Cooperstown N Y Lapt year she attended the TJhiversity ofOklahoma Norman the university town being near Tulsa whereher grandparents Mr and Mrs SB Duffield spent the winter FIRST GRAffT P T A RECEPTION Thefirstmeetlng of theGrant P T Av will in the form of a re eptiop given by the teachersto the Grant school Friday ifternoon at Mrs J H SJarston will singt and Mrs William Carter president of the P T A council will give a short talk PATTERN 1762 This smart looking little model is arid easy to make The cleverlyshaped collar and pockets create an effective trimming De sign 1762 has long setin sleeves which are mighty comfy in cool weather Suitable fabrics for the frock and bloomers are ginghams percales linens dimities and pongees The collar cuffs and pockets may be made of pique or linen in solid color harmonizing with the color scheme of the print May be obtained only in sizes 2 4 6 and 8 Slzer 4 requires 2 yards of 36 inchmaterialand yard trimming This model is easy to make No dressmaking experienceIs ueces Sary Each pattern comes to you with simple arid exact instructions including yardage for every size A perfect fit isguaranteed PatternsiWill be delivered upon receipt of 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainlyyourname address style number arid size wanted fashion book is 15 cents but only 10 cents when ordered witha patternAddress all malland orders toJGtqbeGazettq Pattern Depart merit 243 West Seventeenth street New Xirk CityV r Look at the Window at Ray Seneys his Diamond values you be the judge M BAj General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children Helping the Homemaker By SIRS ALEXANDER GEORGE APRICOT ROLL FOR DINNER Breakfast Cantaloupe Wheat Cereal and Cream Creamed Eggs on Toast Coffee Luncheon Tomato Lettuce Sandwiches Tea Gingerbread Baked Apples Dinner Baked Pish Stuffed Onions Baked Potatoes Bread Orange Marmalade Tomato Salad Apricot Roll Coffee Stuffed Onions Baked Six medium sized onions cup bread crumbs 2 tablespoons chop ped green peppers 3 tablespoons butter melted teaspoon salt teaspoon celery salt 4 teaspoon paprika cup water Coyer the onions with boiling atite f o r 5 minutes the cores arid outside Jeaves Place in a sjn all halting pan ind stuff with thi crumbs green peppers butter salt celery salt and paprika Add the water and bake in a moderate oven 30 minutes Baste frequently Apricot Roll Using Jam Two cups flour 3 teaspoons bak ing powder 3i teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons fat 23 cup milk 1 cup melody of mot ion Timed with modern tuned with the tone of today Drew Arch Rest Shoes portray the rhythm of the moment the melody of the mode trie motif of fashion And theirdistinctive Drevv Construction afjcl rtirrqw closeclinging heels hav achieved a rivea sureof fit and comfort ini inoe smartness and satis faction that places them far aboye the ordinary Most of styles are priced at SHOE CO 14 East State St apricot jam 4 tablespoons soft but ter J4 teaspoon cinnamon Mix the flour baiting powder and salt Cut in the fat with a knife Slowly arid the milk until a soft dough forms Pat out until H inch thick Spread with the jam and soft butter and sprinkle with the cinna mon Rollup like a jelly roll and place in a greased pan Bake for 20 minutes in a moderate oven Cut in slices arid serve with cream or hard sauce Discipline Must Not Be Laziness On Parents Part By ALICE JUDSON PEALlC Wehear a gooddeal about lazy children but lazy parents are sel dom mentioned Yet I am sure there are at least as Many of the latter as there are of the former i j To be sure the laziness of par ents is Jess obvious than the lazi ness of children It masquerades in j ever so many subtle ancj virtuoia forms In the realm of discipline and training it calls itself natures way and selfdirection In the realm of manners it calls itself freedom and sincerity Mrs Roberts for instance proud ly explains that she is teaching her threeyearold selfreliance by al l lowing him to take his own bathAs I a matter of fact permitting a three iyearold to take hishath without help or supervision is hardly teach ing him much of anything it is simply a splendid way of rational izing the fact that one is too lazy to do a daily chore A really conscien tious parent would give a three yearold his bath and little by little teach him to wash himself Mrs Elder is lazy in quite a dif ferent way When her sixyearold daughter Wants to help with the house cleaning ahe tells her to run and play Mpg Elder explains that she wants her little girl to have a carefree the fact is that she does not want to he both ered to teach clumsy little hands the things they are so eager to learn Do you not sometimes catch yourself being a lazy parent Dont let yourself get awaywith it Be sure that the rules you make tlie permit and the things you forbid are really for your childs good You will be surprised to discover how often you exact obedience merely because it is convenient With the Women of Today SOCIAL First Baptist General Will meet at the church Mrs Warner Gildners division will en tertain Young People First Presbyterian Willholdtheir annual banquet in at 7 p m Northwest Circle Trinity Lutheran Ladies i Will meet with Mrs DrG Harris 924 Eleventh street northeast Guilds and Auxiliary St Johns Will have a joint meeting at the home of Mrs S R Bowen at The program will be in charge of the rector the Rev Mr White head U S W V Auxiliary Will postpone meeting to Sept 27 Queen Rebckah Will meet Friday night for the regular lodge work Fortnightly Club Will meet with Mrs J C Hanea as hostess at the Garden Tea room for a 1 oclock luncheon Bits About Em Miss Lou Moor formerly head stenographer at the J E Decker and Sons packing is leaving for Chicago after an extensive visit with friends in Mason City during which time she has been feted at a succession of social gatherings Mon day night she was tho guest of Miss Rena Mack Tuesday of Miss Golden Heelings and Wednesday evening she attended a party given for her by Mrs J M Tapiger at Lake Mills The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Care of Face and Figure Beauty Hints is an uptodate accurate booklet of facts about feminine beauty and how to make the most of womans natur al charms Correct advice on facial treatments massage beauty packs powders and makeup Care of the hair hands teeth eyes and other essentials to looking onea best Care of the body poise pos ture personality and selection of clothes ara among the useful practical chapters Prepared by our Washington information bu reau from authentic sources The coupon will bring your copy Frederic J Hoskin Director The GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D O I Inclose herewith 6 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet BEAUTY HINTS Name Street City State Joseph Brew who has been vlsitingwith her cousin Mrs Irene Bell 203 First street southeast has left for her home in Manning N Dak Mr and Mrs Harry Wellington of Minneapolis are visiting at the home of her sister Mrs J H Grcve 38 Eleventh street northeast Mr and Mrs Earl Dean who re side five miles southeast of Mason SCHOOL DISMISSED FOR P T A The cHiidfeSfof the Central school and their families wilt hold a picnic at East park afternoon at oclock as the initial of the Central P T A School will be dismissed for the event and Mrs G I Jordan presi dent of the Central1 association ex pects most of the 200 families to at tend MISS ALTA QUINN SAUNDERS By LILIAN CAMPBELL The distinction of being the only woman among a group of 30 speak ers to address the sessions of the Direct Mail Advertising association which is to meet in Cleveland Oct 911 belongs to Alta Quinn Saund ers of TJrbana 111 Making Words Work is the title ofMiss Saunders address In dis cussing the points she wishes to stress she said I think that much more than people realize the dic tion one chooses prejudices people favorably or unfavorably towardthe content of their messages I shall discuss effective English not from viewpoint of correctness in grammar but from that of vivid ness in expression The letter writ ers contribution as well as the copy writers to his business is giving an idea its greatest power thru expres sion Miss Satmders is a teacher at the Illinois College of Commerce Uni versity of Illinois and recently talked before the advertisingclubs of Cincinnati St Louis Indianapolis and Pcoria III Business Women Want Peace That war must be abolished and that women must receive equal for equal work it was unanimously agreed by Hungarian and American women sittirig together recently in Budapest Hungary at a dinner given in honor of the northern sec tion of the goodwill tour of the Na tional Federation of Business and Professional Womens clubs Anum lier of distinguished Hungarian wo men spoke at this meeting includ ing Mrs August Rosenberg mem ber of the Hungarian section of the International Council of Women Mme Melanie Vainbery of the Wo mens International League for Peace and Freedom and Mme OSAGE Sept Ina Smalley daughter of Mr and Mrs B E Smalley was married WfeSnes day morning at the Qsage Lutheran parsonage by the Rev T VP Solem to Eltqer Ridness3on of Lars Bid ness Mrs from the Osagehigh school in 1924 Since then ahe has taught in the Clyde ness has been he ceremony where they will remain during the S HARMSROWE NUPTIALS 11 HTJMBOLDT Sept Pearl Rowe today announced the marriage of her older son Donald Rowe and Miss Ella Harms daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Henry Harms of Allison The bride has held a position as secretary to Dr Knowles at the Physicians Clinic at Fort Dodge The ceremony took place Aug 31 the couple leaving immediately for Chicago where they were guests in the home pf the bridegrooms sister Mrs Mildred Crakley Mr Rowe was born here and attended the public schools Mr and Mrs Rowe will locate at Poplar Bluffs Mo where the bride groom holds a position as manager of the shoe department In the Miller Wohl store CRAWFORDLETTOW NEW HAMPTON Sept The marriage of Lois Maxine Craw ford and Frank A Lettbw tooi place at the Little Brown Churcfc in the the evening of Sept 14 the ceremony being conducted by the Rev Mr Kent the pastor Jack Lettow was best man and the bridesmaid was Mabel Bergman both are of Des Moines Mrs Lettow is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Crawford of this city and is a graduate of the New Hampton high school For a number of years she has been the proprietor of the Kurley Kue Beauty Shoppu here vMr Lettows home is at Buckeye and he is a graduate of the Cedar Rdpids high school At the present time he is employed by the state banking department as bank exam irter After a weeks wedding trip thru imnesota Canada and Michigan will reside in Council Bluffs IJONCHEON FOR WINNERS CfF OLIVET W H M S The Womens Home Missionary society of the Olivet Methodist church met at the farm home of Mrs Charles Harmernear Swale dale Wednesday for a 1 oclock luncheon The luncheon was given by the losing team in the member ship drive which was carried on this year During the business session plans were completed to make a special study of home missionary work The work of sewing for children of Mex ican families in the city will be con tinued this year FALLING HAIR lucky Tlfler knocks dandruff and tcalp by killing germs like WhyltFox knocks ikln irrttatiooa Both 10 dun der MonfevBack Guarantee Ac and Drugimti LUCKY TIGER City returned Wednesday from a I Elizie de Kalmar artist and sculp two weeks trip to the Yellowstone tor Expert Watch Repairing at REASONABLE PRICES DIAMONDS The Store of Dependability Where Credit Is Part of Service 3 West State St park and other points in that sec tion The journey was made by motor They report a pleasant time Robert Reinlger of Seattle Wash son of the late Judge Reiniger of Charles Citystopped in Mason City Wednesday to visit with his cousin Mrs Rosalie Reiniger Willson 314 South Pennsylvania avenue while on his way west from Washington D C Mr Reiniger it will be remem bered married Miss Fanny Cos youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs C A Cosgrave former residents of Mason City but now living hi Minneapolis Miss Goedes of Wesley spent a few days at the Tom Lock residence 916 North Delaware ave nue Mrs Steven A OBrien and Mrs Milton G Wimmer left today for Des Moines where they will remain for two days Mr and Mrs Harold A Card of hGraud Rapids Mich are guests for the week at the home of Mrs Cards I parents Mr and Mrs Gust Larson I 712 North Madison They will also spend a few days at the home of Mrs Cards sister Mrs Edward Kenney 223 Fifth street northwest x Mr and Mrs C Kelsey and son Oliver of Erie Pa will be guests for afew weeks at the homes of their nieces Mrs W B Terrill 217 North Federal and Mrs R W Hyde 123 Fourth street northeast A letter from Harlart H Hill Y M C Aa membership secretary brings the hews that his new daugh ter born Tuesday night in a hos pital at Carroll weighed five and a half pounds and is to be called Betsy jane Both mother and babe are doing fine according to word received here WRIGHTRICHARDSON WEDDING AT PARSONAGE The Baptist parsonage was the scene of a quiet wedding when Verna Wright formerly of Roches ter hut now of the city and Doug las Richardson son of Dr and Mrs F G Richardson were married Wednesday afternoon The bride was gowned in brown transparent velvet and was attended by Frances Dormedy Mrs Richardson has been with the Pine Loan company for the past two years Mr Richardson attended the Mason City schools and is at present with the Laird shoe com pany The couple will make its home at 380 Ninthstreet soutteast The formation of an Internation al Federation of Business and Pror fessional Women was the principal subject discussed SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER GIVEN BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs A A Height Sunday school teacher in the Church of Christ was surprised Monday evening by 18 girls of the Loyal Broadcasters class who gathered at her home 230 First street northeast in honor of her birthdoy Mrs Heiprht received a number of gifts from the girls and at the close of the evening light refreshments were served Beautiful Women Simply Love It MELLOGLO Face Powder is preferred by beautiful women be cause it leaves no trace of pasti ness flakiness or irritation Stays on shiny noses Made by a new French large pores Spreads more smooth a youthful bloom Very pure Use MELLOGLO Face Pow der Its wonderful The Damon Igou Co a When theimportant mo ment for buying a diamond arrives you turn instinc tively for advice to the dia mond merchant whose ex perience and integrity you have the greatest confi dence Just a call will con vince you as to our quality and low prices TIME PAYMENTS MURRA Y M B A BLDG COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE H rr I Woolen tcck s Modem as 1 HE modern woman already alert to the fashion tzenda of autumn will shop at LUNDBERGS attend sports meets travel from anywhere to anywhere drive or walk fact except for the dressy afternoon occasion she be inclined to appear in a light weight woolen frock atmost any daytime affair She knows it is right and whats as important she knows it is comfortable and practical Firr thermore the new feather tweeds wool georg ettes fine jerseys and reps lend themselvves more gracefully to the present mode than their less supple predecessors Womees and Misses Size priced from Hi   

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