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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                OCTOBERS 1939 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEVEN OCTAL FUNCTIONS BRIGHTEN ROUTINE OF CHURCH GROUPS hy Groups re Dinners d Parties Missionary Group Entertains Husbands at Annual Dinner Luncheons and dinners brightened the routine of work which con fronted the church organizations which held meetings on Friday Of sis such groups holding sessions five had planned programs in the nature of social functions The WomansMissionary Society of the Church of Christ entertained their husbands and men of the church at their annual dinner Fri day night The affair was held in the main dining room of the church with about 100 persons present Program Is Given Following the dinner the com pany adjourned to the church par lors for the lesson and program The meeting opened with devotlon als ed by Mrs W B Allison Ray mond McGaff played a violin solo accompanied by Marian Marston at the piano after which Miss Mar8ton gave a piano solo Mrs Earl Smith led the lesson and the program closed with a cornet duetby Sterl ing and Ray Prusia with Matte Joy Prusia at the piano Approximately 300 members ot the Baptist Sunday school gathered at the church for a rally party held in conjunction with the rally week program which the church is pres enting thruout the week A picnic LOCAL BOYS ARE FOURTH IN IOWA Gives Glowing Account of Wins With Strongest of Competition Cerro Gordo countys dairy judg ing team was winner of fourth place In the 4H judging contest at the Waterloo Dairy cattle congress this weekaccording to a report re leased from the office of County Agent M E Olson this morning Competition in this contest was the keenest that it has been in years accordingto the officials Judges of the contest were obliged to do some close scoring before the final decisions could be made Members of the local team were Wilbur Luker and Paul Stevenson both of Mason City and Carrol Rice of Clear Lake Otto Bruns ot Sheffieldwas the alternate on the team Twentyeight teams were in the contest Slender Lines in Black GLOBEGAZfiTTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 8684 Particularly interesting to the wo man who Is no longer slender are the slim lines created by the diagon al bodice closing of Design 8684 The pleated skirt section offers grace ful fullness and at the same time retains a straight silhouette A pin or buckle finishes the side closing Design 8684 may be made with equally good results If silk or wool en material is used Velvet satin flat crepe or moire are favorites of the mode among the silks while kasha tweed and cashmere consti tute the smart woolen group Moire or faille uffs supper opened the which the various affair after departments Bits About Em played games Singing also was a feature of the evening KumDubblo Class Entertains The KumDubble class was tn Charge of the entertainment and W A Raymonds class was in charge of the food Mrs W A Car ter had charge of the primary divi Bion Thirtyfive members of the Con gregational Womans union gath ered at the church for their regu lar luncheon Friday at 1 oclock At the business session following the luncheon plans were made for a parish picnic and the group also voted to give 525 to the community chest Mrs B C Way 321 Second street Southeast was hostess to members St Johns Episconal Guild at first meetingof the year The 7occasion was a 1 oclock luncheon Plansfor the years work were out at the business meeting follow luncheon K Foreigri Mission a 1 oclock ricifsjoriffot the church A program 1 followed the luncheon C H Johnson of Vlicts Kans has purchased the I BEberhart residence 1145 First street south west and will move his family here next week Mr Tohhson will go into business with his brotherinlaw M D Palmerit was announced F R Jernegan 322 North Penn sylvania avenue drove to Hampton Friday and spent the day visiting his mother Mrs C Jernegan Mrs B Finnegan 305 North Washington avenue returned Fri day from an extended visit with her daughter Mrs E B Carmichael at Davenport and friends at Atkinson 111 She was gone about six weeks N Levinson Mason City lawyer left Friday night for Minneapolis to spend the weekend Conrad Bushier son of Mr and Mrs J Buehler 1216 South Carolina avenue will arrive in Mason City Saturday nightto spend Sunday at home He is attending Wartburg normal college at Waverly and he left Waverly Friday to spend Sat urday In Minneapolis He will re turn to his school work Sunday CLOTHES For Every OCCASION DONT be disappointed when time comes to get all dressed up for that party or dance Send us your garments in advance and be ready We can give you excellent service Our work in cleaning and pressing will please anyone Be prepared Phone 50 and our driver will call for your clothes now DRY CLEANERS Phone 50 Mrs O southeast Mall 510 Sixth returned Friday street from Minneapolis where she had been o attend the wedding of her broth Ruth and Avis Wright of Roches ter Minn will arrive in Mason City Saturday night for a weeks visit at the home of their sister Mrs DonglaS Richardson 330 Ninth street northeast Charles Lbmbardo son of Mr arid Mrs Charles Lombardo 803 North Delaware left Friday inight for Iowa Cityafter spending aweck at home with an injured ankle Ht was hurt in football He is a pledge of Sigma PI fraternity Birth certificates have heen filcc forRuth Lavcrnn daughter of Mi and Mrs Charley Cox Rockforc born Sept 13 and J1 Ion daughter of Mr and Mrs Mar tin Thomas R F D No 1 Mason City born Sept 2n The Kcv George K Duvlcs Icf Friday morning for Bellerontaine Ohio where he will participate in dedication services of a parish hous of the First Presbyterian church Sunday is Davies day In the llf of this church inasmuch as Mr Davies father Dr George B Davies of Pittsburgh and his brother Pau Ewlng Davies Springfield Ohio will have Dart in the services of th day Dr Davies was pastor of thi church for some 11 years and was at this time George K Davies was born He will return Tuesday morning is used for collar and May be obtained only In sizes 36 S 40 42 44 and 46 Size 36requires yards of 51 nch material and 1 yard 40 inch rimming This model is easy to make No Iressmaking experience is neces ary Each pattern comes to you with simple and exact instructions ncluding yardage for every size A erfect fit Is guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon eceipt of 15 cents in coins carefully vrapped or stamps Be sure to write Mainly your name address style nunVber and size wanted The fashion book is 15 cents but wily 10 cents when ordered with a lattern Address all mail and ord TS to GlobeGazette pattern de partment 243 West Seventeenth itreet New York City SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR NEXT WEEK Dr V A Farrell M B A BUILDING General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children Expert Watch Repairing at REASONABLE PRICES n Crod IB Vart fl Vest Philosophy Some Literature Should Be Spelled Litterature Have you had the disagreeable experience of having the house lawn and walk littered with coal and dust at time of deliv ery If so let us send you a load of Dustless Treated Poca hontaa Egg Coal and you will have no cause to complain WAGNER COAL CO Thono 088 1130 So Car MONDAY Occident Club WiJl meet for a 1 oclock luncheon With Mrs J A Van Ness 318 South Connecticut avenue Midland Club Will meet with Mrs Sarah Wheeler 212 Second street south west at T A E Club Will meet with Mrs Lester Mil ligan 905 North Monroe Place at 2 30 Chautiiuqua Club Will meet for a luncheon Monday Club Will meet for luncheon at the home of Mrs C L Marston Wjill meet for luncheon Hostesses ivlrsl Feldman Mrs Bailey Mrs Earl Smith Jtonscvelt Jackson I TA Will give a reception for the tcchers in the auditorium in the evening m Fellows Ukncing Club Will give a dance for members and gucsMonday at TUESDAY UgoIgo Club Will meet with Mrs Jerry Ridge way Kirk apartments Unity Chapter O B S Will hold a special meeting Din ner at followed by initiation Oiveso Club Will meet with Mrs Ivan Barnes 218 Thirteenth street northeast Watanye Will meet at the Hanfortl at T N T Will meet at the Y W C A for dinner Country Club Will give a bridge party in the afternoon Committee Mrs C 1 Merkel Mrs J W Beck Clul Will meet with Mrs G O Gould 807 North Delaware avenue Mrs L P Moore will lead the lesson on Enrico Caruso and V R Key Womans Club Will hold the first meeting of the year at the Methodist church at WEDNESDAY Social Hour club Will meet in the afternoon Trinity Lutheran Lndics Guild Will meet at the church parlors at Hostesses Mrs C V Dictz Mrs A Hermanson First Presbyterian Lndlcs Aid Will meet at 1 oclock for a luncheon Reservations may ho made with Mrs W C Johnson Mrs Fisher Mrs Peterson enter tainment committee Legion Auxiliary Will give a benefit card party at the P G and B auditorium at 8 oclock Warren G Harding Child Study Circle Will meet at with Mra F L Curtis 731 North Carolina ave nue hostess and leader Jefferson Child Study Circle Will meet with Mrs C O John son 208 South Vermont at Outdoor Life Department Womans clnh Will go to Pilot Mound in the morning M R Bridge club Will meet for luncheon at thp Country club Mra L R Boom hower hostess THURSDAY T A T Will meet for their first annual luncheon at 1 oclock L U G A Will meet with Mrs Andrew Mat zen East Side Indies Will meet with Mrs George Bur melster 1114 East State street at Harding r T Will meet at B P W Lunch club Will meet at the Y W C A at noon Roosevelt Trinity Lutheran Aid will meet with Mrs M Peterson 330 Twen tieth street southeast at Intercreek Will meet with Mrs Jim Jarvls TrlDeck Bridge Will meet with Mrs R A Laurie 622 North Federal avenue FRIDAY Hearthstone Dinner Will meet with Mrs J R Holman Harmony Will meet at for lunch at the Congregational church parlors Hostesses Mrs C R Potter Mrs George ONeil Mrs GW Bart mess Mrs R F Clough Christian Church of Christ wjll meet with Mrs W H Boyd 305 First street southeast at McKlntcy Child Study Will meet at the school at ACKSONHOOSEVELT CIRCLE MEETS The JacksonRoosevelt Child Study circle met in the sewing room of the school building Friday afternoon At the business meet ing the president Mrs E J Sul livan presided After the secretarys report Mrs R H Roaemeyer pro gram chairman took charge of the meeting Mrs W A Carter presi dent of the P T A Council spoke on What la Progressive Educa tion Mrs R T Johnson gave a piano solo A membership drive was planned and Mrs Sullivan an nounced that she would give a privse to the individual bringingin he most members The committee served refreshments MOTHERS LUNCH CLUB MEETS Twelve members of the Seventh Street Mothers Luncheon club gathered at the home of Mrs C A Cadwell 312 Seventh street north west for their regular luncheon meeting Friday Four guests wore present The hostess served a threc cburse luncheon The group meets every two weoks LOCAL SAFETY GROUP RETURNS Giv Glowing Account of Work Thousands Attend Chicago Session the Mason City chapter of the National Safety coun cil at the national meeting of the organization in Chicago this week have returned with glowing accounts of the progress of the work Those who attended the meeting are Guy Blackmore of the North west States Portland Cement com pany Clark Gilman secretary of the Mason City Y M C A and C L Murray and W T Patterson both of the Lehigh Portland Cement company Mr Gilman attended the conven tion as the directing manager of the local chapter and met with the na tional officers of the organization and representatives from 62 other local chapters in the United States others attended various group meetings into which the convention was divided Divide In Groups The amazing scope of the work Is better understood according to Mr Murray after attending a conven tion and noticing the several thou sand representatives dividing into groups according to industries and holding discussions and listening to reports on progress in human safe ty While the National Safety coun cil does tremendous amounts of work for various industries he states that it also is connected with work in regard to safety of the gen eral public Recent work along this phase has been in regard to safety zones near public schools automo bile traffic regulations and other general work To Keport Accidents Mr Gilman local managing direc tor states that the Mason City chapter soon will adopt the system of the National council in the re porting of automobile accidents At I he end of the year the council will bave statistics on hand concerning accidents in the city available for every day in the year His work al the convention consisted in obtain ing material for the beginning oC a local statistics reporting and com With the Women of Today By LILIAN CAMPBELL Mrs Virgil McClure of Lexington Ky was recently elected national president of the American War piling office for the council The convention was housed in the Stevens hotel in Chicago and was attended by several thousand dele gates from all parts of the United States and part of Canada SMOKERS SPEND LARGE AMOUNTS Total Cigaret Cost for One Month Totals Says Long DES MOIHES Oct 5 UP Iowa smokers spent ami consumed an aggregate of approxi mately 1151 years in smoking dur ing September statisticians in the office of J W Long state auditor by for announced today The statisticians startled requisitions during September 8121000 in cigaret stamps began figuring and today announced the following facts Iowa smokers last month con sumed 121000000 clgarets Those cigarets each two and threefourths Inches long if laid end to end would stretch 332750000 inches 27729166 feet or 5251 miles Total cost lor clgarets at IDc a package of 20 5907500 Total time spent in smoking at the rate of five minutes a cigaretj 605000000 minutes 10833333 hours and 20 minutes 420138 days or 1 151 years The statlsttciana neglected how ever to figure the number of boxes of matches used in lighting the cig arets or the number of olgaret lighters worn out in the smoking They also neglected to take into ac count the raising of temperatures as emolcers attempted to use their lighters which did GOES TO ACKIKV MA Aale who has been employed at the Manly drug store for the jiisl year lias gone to Ackley He will nasiat his lather who has a dairy lliere Mothers at their convention at Louisville Ky in September Mrs McClure succeeded Mrs Thomas Spencer of Milwaukee Wis is president Saved Miles Mrs Jess Greers of Vale S Dak put the mileage of her kitchen from seven and oneseventh miles a day o two and onefourth miles by spending She bought shelves and brot small kitchen utensils closer to hand First Choice In answer to a questionnaire the Wise Ys a club of young married women in Oklahoma City Oklu chose as their favorite topic of dis cussion Marriage as a Partner ship Personality and charm atti tude of parents towards children child training health habits and planning a wardrobe were secondj ary choices from a long Hat Chiffon aM Service Silk II J Steinberg assistant pout master and Mrs Steinberg left Fri day for Milwaukee in response to a telegram telling of the death of Mr Steinbergs brother E J COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS CLUB GIVES DINNER The county superintendents club including superintendents of schools in other towns of the county met Thursday night for dinner at the Home Tea Room Their wives were guests at the dinner The group gathers once each month in various towns Those included were Mr and Mrs D C Davies Meservey Mr and Mrs L A Muth Ventura Mr and Mrs Larson Thornton Mr and Mrs Paul Carr Plymouth Mr and Mrs Carter Rock Falls Mr and Mrs Lilly Fertile Mr and Mrs O F Belschner Swaledale MARRIAGES A marriage license was issued to Donald Reed of Nora Springs and Florence Furleigh of Clear Lake Another car of Kentucky Lump coal on track only Delivered W G Block Co Phone 5635S4 The GlobeGazette Offers Booklet gfp on Floors Proper care of a finished floor is economy If your floors need staining varnishing waxing oiling paint ing or renovating now is the time to do the work and you aVe the person who can do it if you follow the instructions contained in the government booklet on floors and floor coverings Experts on the subject explain what woods are suitable for floors how to finish stain and care for them all about rugs carpets and other coverings and their proper care If your floors or carpets nocd any attention this year this booklet will prove a grcal help Our Washington bureau will pro ure a copy for any of our read ers who fills out and mails the coupon below Inclose 4 cents in oin or stamps to cover the re turn postage and handling Frederic J Huslcin Director The Information Burcnu Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet FLOORS AND FLOOR COVERINGS Name Street City State Full fashioned Silk to the top When smart women want the absolute most fiom their silk stockings they choose DeKayes and they especially like our is sheer enough to flatter and reinforced at 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