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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 21 SWIMMING POOL AT Y W C A TO OPEN MONDAY NIGHT Schedule for Jndotxr Sports Is Announced Varied Physical Activities Included on Winters Program Mason City sportswomen who must have their exercise whiteror summer rain or shine will be granted tieopportunity on Monday ofbeginning a seasons Indulgence In indoor sports The newly dec orated Y W C A swimming pool with its locker rooms will be opened at tbaj time and the whole schedule for physical education will beinitiated Miss Stephanie Schultz physical di rector will be in charge The opening of the pool will be marked by one night of free swim mingwhen mermaids will be ad mitted to the pool without charge For the firstmonth tickets from last year will be accepted Physical examination cards from lastyear will be recognized and those who did have them last year a doctor will be stationed in the pool room Monday night The schedule announc ed by Miss ScHuStz will not be confined to but other gymnasium work will be given also On Tues lay and Thursday mornings from 9 30 to a weight hormaliziug class will be held On Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 till 8 Ihere will be a regular class for em olpyed girls The work will Include 1 easpnal gamesfloor work exer ises and occasionally folk dancing After the class the members will all take a plunge in the pool The swimming schedule includes instruction nights Tuesday and Thursday with beginners expected ropfeSO to 8 and advanced swim Tiersfrom 8 to ff Tuesday and HijjJsday afternoons from 3 to vijlpbe the hours for the school hildren On Saturday from 9 to 10 i the morning boys under 11 may and from 1 to 2 beginning admitted The next hour is iven over to the intermediate divi the last two hours to ad need swimmers MTSS Schultz hopes to introduce ving classes later and to repeat divingexhibitions arranged last ear PLEDGES KAPPA MI3S MARGARET RULE daugh ter of Mr and Mrs A L Rule 3 RockGlen pledged Kappa Kappa Gamma at the state university fol lowing of rushing week Miss Rule whowill enter the university as a freshman when tclasses start next Monday was a graduate of the Mason City hlgh school last year FARM WOMEN MEET FOR NOMINATIONS The farm women of Genesfeo township met at the M Curley home Thursday for the official nomination of township chairman publicity chairman and school dsitrlctco 1 12 Members of Girl Reserves Go Oiie hundred and twelve mem bers of the Girl Reserve from the high school and gradesof Mason City met at the Y W C A Friday nightat for a raliyThe af fair was held in the gym Featured ahiqng the evenings events was the awarding of pins and rings ordered last year The original system ofacquiring Girl Reserve emblems wastd earnthem by the merit system but by new method one need only fulfill certain rather stringent fequire inentsand apply fora pin or ring to receive one The rings are some whatharder to earn than the pins Rings were awardedat the rally Friday tq Mary Jean Crowell Mar garet Pickett Ruth Morgan Ruth Hille Jean Swift Dorothy Fisch beck Ruth Bliss Katharine Shef fler Leoua McGatA and Louise Leach Pins were won by Hazel Thamos Arlene Hart Bess De Voe Delores Seymour and Anna Adei Johnson The program included Proces sional played by Mary Jean Crowell and the flat salute given by Mary The company joined in singing America the Beautiful after which the salute to the Christian flag was given Ar lene Hart led ia repeating the Girl Reserve cpdeV The girls of honor sang the Girl Reserve cheer song and Ruth Hille gave a short talk She was followed by Mary Jean McDowell who played on thepiano and themKath Attractive 15 CENT PKACTIUAL PATTERN PATTERN 1668V This delightful inodel is thees sence of chic and practicability and perfect for the girl The simple bodice withtiny pocKet for colorful kerchief and pleated skirt are smart and becoming Design 1668 la lovely fashioned1 Jersey kasha serge or wool crepe A plain color or a mixture would he attractive in red brown green or blue tones A leatherbelt and bone buttons completethe costume May beobtained only in sizes 8 12 and 14 Size 8 requires 214yards of 54 inchmaterial Thismodel Is easy toimake No dressmaking experience is neces sary Each pattern comes to you with simple andexact instructions Including yardage for size A perfect fit is Patterns1 willbe delivered upon receptof 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted The fashion book is 35 cents but only 10 cents when ordered with a pattern Address all mail and orders GlobeGazette Depart ment 243 West Seventeenth street New York City operators Myrtle Johnston home 16rme sheffler gave another talk demonstration agent showed the Mrg Fred Tubessing awarded the bloodless method of canning chick en She also demonstrated the mak ing of toy animals for children GRANT TEACHERS ENTERTAIN P T A Teachers at Grant schoolwere hostesses at a reception to patrons of the school members of the P T A Friday afternoon The affair was held at the school rings FORMER STUDENT NURSE HERE WEDS Agnes Marie Garllng who was graduated from the nurses train ing school of Park hospital here after four years of study was mar ried to the Rev William A Adlx of LaPorte City Tuesday The cere Miss Blanche Goudy gave the ad mony which was performed at St dress of welcomeand talked of the Pauls Lutheran church was read Eva Do niacls daughter of Mr and Mrs George Demaris was married Sept 14 at Northwpqd to Mr ATorgei KensettAt present tKey are his parents near Kerisett Paul Says Sunday offers a day of day in which to do the things that gives each individual the most pleasure Why spend time getting dinner at home where here at the Qreen Mill the family can get such a delight pleasing meal for such a small sum Meet your friends at the Green Mill CAFE Home of Good Food fears plans after which Mrs J H Uaraton sang two solos with her daughter Marian at the piano Mrs W A Carter president of the Mason Jity P T A council gave some re narks The company then engaged in a music recognition contest in which Mrs P O the1 prize and thereby was excused from pay ing dues this year A short business session followed after which re freshments were served A HANSENTHALACKER HUMBQLDT Sept ing birthday as the date forher Miss Carolyn Hansen younger daughter of Mr and Mrs R JV Hansen here was united in marriage Saturday Sept 21 to Lester H Thalacker son of Mr and MrsA C Thalacker of Humboldt The service was read at 1 oclock the Rev J J Share officiating Mrs Sarah Strong sang I Lova You Truly preceding the ceremony and played awedding march softly during the ceremony Wearing a brown satin frock with matching accessories and carrying a bridal bouquet of yellow roses and sweet peas the bride was attended byher sister Mrs Thomas Chris tiansen who wore Nile green crepe de chine Mr Christiansen served as best man Alice Joyce Christiansen and Lil lian Hansen nieces of the bride as ring bearers carried the gold cir clets upon satin pillows Following the ceremony a three course dinner was served after which Mr and Mrs Thalacker departed fora motor trip to the Dells of Wisconsin After Oct 1 they will be at home here FLYNNSTEIGER STACYVTLLE Sept nouncement have been received here of the marriage Wednesday of Ray Steiger and Miss Kathryn Flynn tu the brides home at DeGraff Minn Mrs Steiger is the daughter of Mr and Mrs William Flynn of De Graff Mr Steiger is the son of Mr and JJrs Seiger of Stacyville After a wedding trip to Yellowstone Park they will be at homo at their farm north of town by the Rev W F J Adix father of the bridegroom Miss Garlings attendants wore frocks of pinktaffeta with lace and the bride wore a dress of white satin with lace Her veilwas of embroidered tulleand she carried a shower bouquet of pink roses and baby wreath In the evening the bridal party held open house at the home of the brides mother Mrs Lenora Gar ling The couple left Friday by au tomobile for Caldwell Texas where the Rev hasaccepted a call to the pastorate of the Luth eran church MRS 1OOMER HONORS DETROIT WOMAN Mrs C L Loonier 12 South Mon roe entertained at a bridge lunch eon Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs Glenn Schlosser of Detroit who is a guest this week of her mothe Mrs George Stelncr The garden flowers were used ia decoration and at the closeof the afternoon prizes for high andlow score were given An out of town guest was Mrs T Hurburt of Madison Wis who is visiting at the home of her sister Mrs W R Clark 28 Twentyfourth street southwest LANGENHAGENWALKER Sept 21Word has been received here that Miss Merla Langenhagen a former resident of Greene was married to Wilbert M Walker of Portland Ore at Rock Island m They will live in Dav enport Dr W Langenhagen and son Wayne have returned from a visit with Mrs Walker Mrs Lang enhagen visit will remain for a longer They Just Seem to Grow Out of the New Fall Dresses Mysterious Tiers and Flounces That Have Added Such a Wealth of Newness to the Mode c Playing up the new Autumn Browns to WOMENS OUTFITTERS 101 NORTH FEDERAL AVE MASON CITST WALACETVLER IOWA FALLS Sept morning at aninformal wed dingr wns solemnized at the Congrer gatjonal church the pastor the Rev C E Cushman officiating Jocelyn Helen Wallace of this city andCarl Rupert Tyler of Keokuk were the principals The brideis the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Charles R Wal lace formerly of Wapello county She graduated from the high school hereand took a course in journalism at the State University Shewas formerly on the staff of the Keokuk GateCity The past two years she has been teaching journalism in the high school at Fort Dodge Mr Ty ler has been with the GateCity bs advertising The young people will go to Chicago where Mr Tyler wilt take advance work In advertising and MrsNTyler will study commercial art Following the ceremony this morning a wedding breakfast was served at the Wallace home Expert Watch Repairing at KEASONABLE PRICES DIAMONDS The Store of Dependability Where Credit Is Part at Service 3 West State St Social Calendar for Next Week MONDAY Sons of Veterans Will have an important business meeting at oclock in the Chamber of Commerce rooms U G L Mrs H E Cunningham 1000 First street northwest will be hostess at T A E Will meet with Mrs Roy Potter 1019 North Jefferson Presbyterian meet with Mrs C E Gilman at 8 oclock Mrs Neuwissen and Mrs Woodward will be hostesses and devotions will be led by Mrs Olinger D O Will meet in afternoon with Mrs Antonius Jensen 522 Tenth street northeast TUESDAY Central Child Study Will meet in the Central auditor ium at 8 oclockDr C L Groff will speak on Child Foot Health pweso Meets with Mrs Mark Sackett in Central Heights McKinlcy F T Will hold an Informal reception for the teachers at Social Hour Will have wiener roast at the home of Mrs Harry Davidson Central Lutheran Ladles Will meet in the church parlors at with Mrs F E Reishus and Mrs E W Schilling as hostesses Outdoor life department womans Will meet for a plant exchanga at 114 North Federal avenue Mrs Will entertain the Loyal Order of Moose at 8 oclock in the P G arid E auditorium Freeman Ladles Willhold a picnic in East Park In case of bad weather they will meet with Mrs Guile Milwaukee Womans clubr Will meet in the Milwaukee club rooms with Miss Irma Wilhelm THURSDAY Tuckabatchee Class Mrs Fred Tubbesing 16 Linden Drivewill be hostess at a luncheon East Side Will meet at in the chunh with Mrs Leo Downing as hostess TrlDeck Bridge club Will meet at 2 oclockwith Mra Arvlg Nelson 708 Fourth street southwest Harmony Guild of Congregational church Will have luncheon GeeDee Bridge Will meet with Mrs Hughes 517 South Carolina avenue FRIDAY McKlnley Child Study club Will meet at the school at Divisional Meetings Christian Work ers Church of Christ No A F Church 1021 Elm drive No A Height in the evening at the church No T Simpkins 724 Ninth street northeast No Allison 404 Sixth street southeast No R A Merrill C17 South Polk No W R Cothern 504 North Madison No Carl Johnson 908 North Van Buren No Mae Neal 1227 North Adams No Harry Klflia Divisional meetings First Methodist Ladies No Mrs R O Dale 1623 North Qulncy No M E cottage Clear Lake No F W Sanborn 412 Third street northwest No Ed Phaler 121 North Jefferson avenue at No Fred Pettis 1038 West State street No George Denzel 633 South Jersey avenue No H V MacGregor 418 First street southeast No W D Thrams 1908 1665 Helping the Homemaker By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE Bleals For a Day Breakfast Sliced Oranges Boiled Rice and Cream Buttered Toast Coffee Luncheon Bean Soup and Crackers Dill Pickles Prune Gelatin Lemon Cookies Tea Dinner Tomato Saute Buttered Potatoes Creamed Turnips Bread Grape Jelly Fruit Salad Pumpkin Pie Coffee Tomato Santc Serving Four Four slices tomatoes cut Vz inch thick Va cup flour teaspoon salt H teaspoon paprika 4 tablespoons bacon fat 2 tablespoons chopped onions 3 tablespoons chopped green peppers 1 cups cooked rice 3 tablespoons butter Sprinkle the slices of tomatoes with the flour salt and paprika Brown them well in the bacon fat which has been heated in a frying pan Remove the browned tomatoes and Iceep hot In the ovenv Place the butter in the frying pan and ald and brown the rest of the ingredi ents Arrange the tomato slices on a serving platter and surround with the browned rice mixture Pumpkin Pie Filling For One Pie One cup mashed steamed pump kin V2 cup dark brown sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon teaspoon nutmeg teaspoon cloves Ji tea spoon salt 1 egg l cup milk I Beat the egg and add the rest of I the ingredients Pour into an un baked pie shell and bake in a slow oven for 30 minutes Children Must Be Allowed to Reach Own Conclusions By ALICE JUDSON PEALE If there is one thing I have learned it is that we cannot live our childrens lives for them My daugh ter 13 16 now and I never permit myself to decide things for her I give her advice but I insist that she arrive at her own decisions In this strain we hear the intelli gent modern mother Yet despite the many who talk so wisely and mean so well how few there are With sufficient self control to carry out theirverbal theories We know that children should learn increasingly to make their own decisions but we1 let them do so only as long as we know that they are iri fact pursuing the best course The moment they are in danger of departing from It we ad vise untiryouth thinks better of it and turns to depend not upon him self but upon us Partlyit is solicitude and partly It is our impulse to retain our con trol over them that will not permit us to allow our children really to make their own decisions Yet we know quite well that mistakes un less the penalty is too severe teach as much as a carefully guided Course It is always easy to subscribe to an intelligent theory It is even easy to apply It where our own feelings are not involved but it is extremely difficult to apply the same theory in pur own dealings with our own children Watch yourself with critical eyes and note how often your practice falls short of your theory not only In relationto self direction but also in matters of discipline training and guidance The first step toward profiting by your theories of child training is to recognize how often you yourself fall to carry them out North Carolina avenue No M Bergland 114 Eleventh street northeast No Harry Peterson 239 Twentieth street southeast Elect Officers for Two Seasons Complete Executive Board at Protracted Nile Session CHICAGO P E O Sisterhood iKconvention at the Stevens hotel selectted the executive boardto serve with Mrs Edith M Wallace newly elected president as administrative body of the organization The choice was made to an exhaustive and pro tracted session Thursday night Mrs Zora Y Knight Oklahoma is the newlirst vice president sec ond vice president is Miss Mabei Doud of Chicago Mrs Hallie New ell ofSt Louis was reelected or ganizer and Mrs Mary Randall Smith Madison Wis was chosen to serve another term asrecording secretary Mrs Margaret Rominger Los Angeles will bethe new cor responding secretary and Mrs Blanche D Walker Missoula Mont will replace Miss Doud as Session Lasts Hours The session Thursday night which lasted till nearly 2 oclock in themorning began the usual preliminaries But shortly after the opening Mrs Ora Snyder a mem ber 6 ftne organization and the originator of Mrs Snyderrs Home made was introduced Ex plaining in the words of one of her lisping clerks wath nota myth she wath a Mrs Snyder laid down some of rules for success in business For more than half an hour she held her wois Hed and perplexed audienceto com plete attention and her popularity was increased when she provided little sample Jiags of her candy for each memberof the convention The two sessions oa Friday in the morning and afternoon were de voted to the dismal final proceed ings of concluding any great meet ing The audience was distinctly de pressed by theair of finality about every action taken in convention Friday Ask Questions Recommendations of committees and action upon them final reports and the box in which everymember of the convention was privileged toplace a question con cerning the organization to be ans wered by Mrs Miller filled the time thruout the morning and the early afternoon The final busine ss o f the tlon the installation of the new officers Ola B Miller of pres ident of supreme chapter installed her successor Mrs Wallace The other officers were Installed and the greatest convention in the hlsr tory of the sisterhood was ad journed Iowa represented on the supreme board in the person of Mrs Miller for the past eight years is now without a voice in the gov erning body of the organization and Mrs Miller has become a past na tional president TO GIVE SHOWER FOR BRIDEELECT WHITTEMORE Sfept tions have been issued by Mrs Leo Swanson and Mrs James Crawford for a prenuptial shower tobe given in honor of Miss Esther Roupo whose engagement has been an nouricedto Clayton Crook of Rod man TWO WOMEN PLAN TO ENTERTAIN AT LUNCHEONS Mrs A W Knesel 319 West State street and Mrs S A OBrien 932 North Adams avenue will entertain twogroups of friends at luncheon next week The affairs will boheld at the Country club at 1 oclock Wednesday and Thursday Bridge will be the diversion at both ROHLFSTRUSS SWEA CITY Sept E Rohlfs and Dr H H Russ were married at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrel Tewes Rohlfs in Council Bluffs last week Dr and Mrs Russ returned here the first part of the week They are both graduates of the State university at Iowa City After graduation Mrs Russ taught ih theEnglish depart ment in the Iowa City high school MISS MARY STEVENS daughter of Mr and Mrs Tracy Stevens 17 Ninth street northwest became a member of the pledge chapter if Delta Delta Delta sorority at the pledging ceremonies Friday night at Jowa City Miss Stevens will enter the university when classes begin on Monday Following her gradua tion from the Mason City high schboj she wasa student in the junior college Kansas Cityans Will Protest New Tariffs Filed By 5 Railroads KANSAS CTTY Sept 21 The Kansas City board of trade an nounced today it would file a brief next week before he Interstate Com merce commission protesting new tariffs which have Been filed by five xallroads establishing lower rates on grain shipments from points of origin to the Giilf of Mexico than is accorded shipments routed by way of Kansas City The commission willbe asked to suspend the tariffs pending a full investigation Railroads to be named in the brief are the Santa Fe Rock Island Missouri Pacific Missouri KansasTexas and the St Louis San Francisco New schedules were filed by the railroads following the granting of a new rate to the Kansas City Southern applying to shipments from Kansas City to the Gulf Mason City Couple Celebrates Golden Wedding Anniversary In honor of the golden wedding anniversary Saturday of Mrl and Mrs C F Henthorn 10G Twentieth street twentyfour im mediate relatives gathered in the community room of the P G and Mrsr Fred Tubbesing awarded the Following the dinner a short toast program was given as well as musical numbers A number of the guests came long distances to be at the dinner and to be on the program Out of town guests included Mr and Mrs J S Raymond Mrs Ab bigail Raymond and Ailie Hage mire all of Waukon Mr and Mrs Art Henthorne Mr and Mrs Billy Marque tte and Mr and Mrs A C Henthorna of Fairbanks A J OGreu of Minneapolis and Mary Wood of Clear Lake Saturday the Henthornes kept open house from 3 till 5 at their home 106 Twentieth street south east BATH TOWNSHIP FARM WOMEN MEET Mrs Hugh Smith was hostess Thursday to women of Bath town J3hip who met with Miss Myrtle Johnson home demonstration agent The project for the year First Year Nutrition was dis cussed and Miss Johnson demon strated the bloodless method of canning chicken Nominations were also made for the offices of public ity chairman district cooperators and township chairman Wife Preservers Add the left over berries to the breakfast pancake batter Seney Diamond Christmas Buy the Dia raond now pay bythe easy Seney way Buy where you do the best AL JOLSON Starts Today Instead of Monday ENTIRE WEEK Dr V A Farrefl M B A BUILDING General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children COUXTMY AMD WITH PUSCHAS Envelope pouch and dress type bags All ttiais new and asked for in leather for fall is here in every variety of leather color and Choose now while assortments are complete CLEAN Dixie King Coal is screened and you get all coal That means more heat and lesa waste It means economy for you too We carry the correct grade for every furnace Phone 986 WAGNER COAL CO Formerly Brophy Wagner Phone 980 1130 So Carolina its a REAL JOY For Anyone to Put on Clothes That Have Been Cleaned and Pressed by Phalen Cleaners Those who have had work done here KNOW THE DIF FERENCE Your wardrobe can be maintained at a small cost by keeping your garments freshly cleaned and pressed Let 113 clean your summer you put them away They will last longer Just phone our truck will call at once Dry Cleaners Phone 50   

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