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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE P E O Daisy Finds Home In Tree 15 Feet SEPTEMBER 19 SECOND DAY OF NATIONAL CONVENTION Above Ground Wliiie others of the city go in for rook gardens dahlia beds or lily pondj Mrs Charles Oilman 320 EasfState experimenting in tree gardening with the help nature v A lone brownreyed daisy about Vpne fifththe size of that if louver was discovered this vieek Mrs Gilman growing 15 feet above the ground iu the bark of a tree in the side yard The first branches are at least 20 feet from the ground and the seed was dropped in the crevices of the bark by bird is the only conceivable ex planation The flower is on the north side of the tree which is shel terert from the wind by the houses on either side Use Much Limestone FAYETTB Sept 18 UP Forly eight farms in this county have used tons of limestone enough for a250 acres since Aug 3from a quarry here i ITS so crisp it pops and crackles when you pour oit jnilkbr cream And what a flavor Crunchy rice grains golden brown are fine Jjr anyrneal Give them to the children for to digest Order a redand1 green package from your grocer Try the recipes for macaroons etc Made by Kellogg in Battle Greek Reports Fill Program of Gathering Flowers Arriving H o u r 1 y Swamp Speakers Platform By BARBARA MILLER CHICAGO Hi Sept ductionof the guests who occupy the limelightreports of officers and committee chairmen filled the sec ond day of the twentyninth bien nial convention of the PE O Sis terhood in session at the Stevens hotel The size of this organization can scarcely be realized until one sees the convention in session and be comes familiar with the bulk of the business to be transacted the multi tudinous and diverse matters of or ganization and management attend ant upon the direction of such a gathering It Is not to be supposed that Chi cago is top great a city for even so large a convention as this to make any impression signs of the influx of the P E Os are everywhere Shop windows along Michigan ave nue display signs of welcome to the delegates The window of one of the Snyder candy shops on tha boule vard is especially decorated in yel low and white the colors of the or ganization with Its flower the mar guerite Mrs Snyder herself P EO shewill address the con vention Thursday night on A Sweet Experience Is Largo Event Nor does the presence of such a body in the Stevens fall to make a ripple largest hotel in the world tho it is The great lobby teemed with delegates all day Monday Every elevator after the close of the evening poured a stream of woineirin evening gbwtis DIRECTS P E O CONVENTION Mrs Ola MUler president of the supreme chapter the P E O all wearing the gold star of the orsisterhood who opened the tweiitynmth convention of the order at the der The entire second floor jncludStevens hotel Wednesday in Chicago will make her home in Mason City ing the vast grand ball roomis dethis winter With her will be her daughter Barbara Miller who is worn ans editor of the GlobeGazette Miss Miller is acting as page for her voted to the iul ucl The ballroom itself is a splendid mother at the convention and her reports of the convention will appear sight whether it be at such an af daily in the GlobeGazette fair as the banquet the first night or at a routine business session BMiller of Iowa presides with her GUT ALL WEEDS SAY OFFICIALS Farmers Are Urged to Mow Growth Before Snow Halts Deliveries All persons on rural mail routes are urged to begin immediately tho cutting of weeds along their prOn erty and the highways Officials at the been conducting a survey which reveals that there has been only partial complion j to this request and cerI tain patchesof the stalks have now reached a height which will with the first snow cause the roads to i become nearly impassable Rural carriers who make every I possibte effort to distribute the mail along their routes must have this cooperation on the part of their subscribers Althp they are not re quired to thavel their course when it is considered impassable the car riers attempt to make daily deliv eries if at all possible The high weed stalks at the roads edge sens as a windbreak and a heavy snow causes the snow to drift blocking all passages It is necessary if patrons along the route expect to receive their mail after heavy storms to havj these pests mowed down now before the first snow curtails all oppor j tunity for cutting them i Cull Eagle Grove Pastor CEDAR PALLS Sept 19 The Rev Floyd D Reeves of Eagle Grove has been called unanimously to the pastorate of the First Con gregational church here to succeed the Rev George F Barsalou who goes to Maquoketa New Plates Are Shipped ANAMOSA Sept 19 mobile licenses for 1930 are being shipped from the state reformatory where they were made to offices of county treasurers The plates have a blue background with white nu merals and letters ATTEND V R CONFERENCE STILSON Thosa from hero who went to tho U B conference at Mar shnlltown Wednesday are The Rev J H Decker Anderson Mrs IT Jeffords Rev anQ Mrs W T Boston and Mrs W E Richardson Several men from hero will attend thb conferences on laymans clay K V t i 1 RJfiE KRJSPIES The great room paneled in marble ornamented with mirrors and mural paintings encrusted with gilt Is il luminated by the crystal chande liers which seem to drip light Dele gates packed the main floor in the shallow balcony with its lacelike gilt ceiling sit the hundreds and hundreds of visitors who are in at tendance at the convention Commanding the room is the speakers platform where Mrs Ola TiMEVER KNEW DiSHWASHING COULD BE SO EASY RICH SUDS SOAK THE GREASE RIGHT OFF way to wash dishes never wash dishes the I youve tried soak ingthem in Rinso suds Grease goes i in A hoc rinse and dishes dry clear without wiping It easy And how the dishes thiherhow pots and pans glisten These rich suds ate marvelous for floori and walls basins tubs linoleum and all household cleaning CupfulforcupfulRinsogoestwice as fax as puffedup its granulated compact Creamy lasting suds even in the hardest water no grit Millions of women use Rinso otx washday for whiter clothes without scrubbing Get the BIG household package today executive board The platform is halfhidden behind baskets of flow ers of every shade and scent Are Interesting Feature These flowers make one of the interesting features of the conven tion At the close of the report of an officer or committee chairman ordinarily a whiteclad page comes forward bearing a great basket filled with flowers the gift of friends of the performer Often Jhereare two or threeifciethese giltsWWerrarinerf platform which bank the stage The floral of ferings are further supplemented by the donations of tha BILs or brothersinlaw a sort of male aux iliary to the sisterhood From time to time delegations of BILs de mand admittance for the purpose of making a present of flowers One of the highlights amongthe reports of the day was that of Mrs Louise Henely of Grinnell on the educational fund This loan fund Trom which needy girls may borrow money for education at a low rate of interest without security was a unique project at the time of ita inception It has grown from to 5500000 and has helped to edu cate more than 1900 girls The meeting was not convened LM e beli ef M Now that Billy and Betty are going to school be sure that they haye every advantage Many cases of backwardness in studies have been traced directly to improper shoes Give nerves and mus cles of the feet a you dont the childs whole system will be affected and poor reports and discouragements will result We are careful in fitting childrens shoes our stock in cludes the correct lasts tor every change in growing feet And the styles are smart to please youngsters Great Scott 4 eyelet ties in patent leather black or tan lizard and iri black calfskin Sizes to Sizes to 11S300 Sizes 5 to GREAT SCOTT HOW THEY WEAR Great Scott Patent OneStrap Sizes to Sizes to 1 Patent Colonial with Buckle Sizes to Sizes to Sizes 5 to GREAT SCOTT HOW THEY Sfeiwu Shoe Gz DEPENDABLE SHOES 105NX FEDERAL JVC MASON CITYIOWA Rinso ThegnnuUredfloapfor wceki waih and all ctcaainc of Conrad Adams of the same ciiy The service was read at noon the Rev J J Share officiating Mra Ruth Killmer accompanied the couple here as an attendant Mrs Share served as the other witness MIWAUKEE WOMANS CLUB OPEN WORK NEXT WEEK The Milwaukee Womans club as will open Its work for the year withai the ctii Iuesday with Irma Wilhelrti in as charge Mrs Guy Davis of the wel as fare committee will give a report of the S300 which has been spent since Jan 1 in welfare work and as small loans to members of the club Members have been asked to bring pantry supplies and canned goods for a foodstuff shower Mrs Will Johnson of the ways anu cummiitee will leau dis cussion of plans for a bazaar early in the fall Fur Have Record Enrollment j 45JSJ DUBUQUE Sept 19 ficials at the Columbia college hers report that the registration at that ss institution altho incomplete indi catea the attendance will be larger Prominent in Thursdays program will be the part played by the state presidents as they introduce their delegations RUSHTONADAMS HUMBOLDT Sept ouet service at the Methodist parsonage Tuesday Sept IT united in mar riage Miss Elsie A Rushton daugh ter of Robert Rushton of Farn hanville and William R Adams son Low Crowns Foreheads Bared Dressmaker Details Thus Runs the Fashion Story of the New Fall Hats to 101 FEDERAL MASON CITY LEPPER FOR GLASSES 10 First St S E Tulip Bulbs Lily Bulbs Hyacinth Bulbs Crocus Bulbs Etc All these will be ready soon Arrange now for your needs Ask for our fall catalog We invite you to1 use our Service Department whether you buy from us or not Phone 55 1205 So Federal Ask for our fall catalog the school Wednesday night until 9 oclock in I than for any year in the history of order to allow the convention to ihp view the play of the Buckingham illumination Decorah Baby Dies DECORAH Sept Mr and Mrs Allen Wells of Huron S Dak i are mourning the death of their inI fant daughter Marion Lou who was born at the Decorah hospital Sept 13 1929 and passed away Sept 14 Burial was made in Phelps cemetery on Monday Do You Want a Baby Regular Treatment sent free one to each family I was married and longed for a baby every day with all my heart but was denied writes Mrs L sent for prescrip While tak ing the second box I was unable to express my happiness I nev er had a sick day I became the mother of a fine 8 U pound Scheller Indiana so I your tion New Flares New Straightline Mpdels In a Most Remarkable Selection baby God only 5 knew our joy I I hope every worn an longing for motherhood will Btiby Scheller take your medi Mos Ibscine You are welcome to use this letter and pic lure for publication Thank you Married 11 years and doctors as told me I would never have any children writes Mrs While Pa I tried your medicine Now I am to be a mother in October My dear est wish realized j as Dr DePevvs treatment based on as Glandular activity has been used with such results by thousands of women that for the next SO days lie offera to send a full dollar treat ment postoaid no C O D no cost no obligation free to every woman who writes Dr DePew has set aside 1000 free treatments for this month BO be sure and write today He will also send u free Mboklet Childless Marriages Explained Simply send name a postcard will do and remedy will be mailed In plain wrapper Dr DePew believes you will be surprised and delighted Address Dr DePew SuKn R Coatea House Kansas City Mo One glance at thelarge beau tiful fur collars and cuffs tells you how carefully each coat was selected and what val ues they represent Every smart fashion is represented in this collection Princess flares paquin collars and other new style notes Junior Misses Women Sizes Transparent Velvet Frocks Specially Priced Transparent velvets are very much in favor this styled In one and two piece models and the colors are Black Brown Wine Blue size 14 to 4i
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