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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITYGLOBEGAZETTETr CERRO QQRDO RADIO AUDITION CONTEST TO BE HELD HERE Sihgers Will fake Part in X Lqcal Contest Preliminary Competition Will Be Tuesday flight Young songsters seeking natlonil recognition for their vocal abilities Will havethe opportunity of demon strating their talent Tuesday night In the CerroGordo RadioAudition contest at1 8 oclockin the Chamber of Commerce auditorium This com petition is preliminary to sectiotfal state I and district contests ailofc f which precede the final national competition aeries is sponsored by ths Atwate rKent Fou nilation f or thu third time Similar contests have been sponsored in the last two yeort by the organization but tha largest prizes ever to be will be awarded this year Tha young i man and woman receiving first in the national con test given leach and tuitjqn in ah of inuslc Second receive 13000 and years tutttoou Those who are rated tfetoi will reward ed with ia one years ssuna I aid to study wlH be KtoasRscf fourth who weetya The winners of fiftttplace vulli get 51000 and ayearS tultiozu Kewarded With Moaev Thus the winners contest not only receive aatfoaal aedaim and distinction butmonetary re ward encouraged ognition and bythe receipt of means to further their training Local coatestaiits will tte Judged by MrsJIarlaa MacMillan Cecil Maudsley and Mrs Ellott The judges will hear tho young but they wOl not see them Thus all prejudice will be eliminated and judgment will be based entirely on vocal ability Enter Sectional Contest Following the county contest the two boys and two girls awarded first and second will oolnpete in tho sectional contest with winners 11 other counties on or beforeOct 21 Winners in this contest will enter the state contest in Des Moiries Oiit 31 and the state winners wiilbe eligible for themidwest contest at Chicago Winners of district con thenbe eligible for the tiorial contest in New York City Contestants must be between the ages of 18 and 25 and must not be professional Mrs Agnes L Bennett Velveteen for Fall Suits GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 8817 Theschoolgirl will adore this stunningensembli of three pieces Design 8817 Cleverly com6lne3 printed and plain velveteen In a mostv attractive mannerTho pleated skirtthe jacket and the blouse trimming are cut from the printed fabric while the over blouse coat pockets and collar trim a re cut from the plain velveteen Smart color combinations are dull red and brown brgwn andtan black printed navy blue andplain navy might be chosen Attractive buttons of bonv or metal may be selected for the fastening obtained only in sizes 8 10 and12 Size 10 requires 3 yards printed and yards plain fabric each 40 inches wide This model J easy to make No dressmaking experience la neces sary Each pattern comes to ypu with simple and exact instructions Including yardage for every size A perfect fit is guaranteed trill bedelivered upon of 45 cents la coins carefully or stamps Ba sure to yout name address styla nufutar and slaa wanted The fashion book is 15c but only 30a when a pattern Address all mail to obfcCJaeetta Pattern Department 24S West Seventeenth street Now Is chai of the local contest I I Plans for This Month Members of the council of Hi Tri high school girl reserve organi zation met at the Y W C A Monday night for their regular meeting Reports of committee chairmen were given Am6ng announcements that of the chairman ofthemeintierEhip group who reported total member shipof organization nowas70 Thecalendar for the rionUi of October was planned wasagreed to hold the next openmeeting In the evening Oct 14 The council also planned their annual weekend affair wW be a house party which all members of the council will guests to beheld at the home of Seanette Winters at Claar Lake the weekend of Oct 19 Tha chairman of the committee on ad ylsors announced the selec tion of faculty members to serve as councilors to the various cpm inittees They ire service Geiie vieye Brown program Adele son xsxJaV Frances Forrester membership Esther Pagenhart fi nance Ellen Smith ring Westfall and publicity Inez Gwinn General advisors will be Tony Priest and Cora Sundell Announce Marriage Licenses Made Out FREDERICKSBURG Oct Marriage licenses issued the past week were Lloyd H Kohl Lisbon and Mildred E Puffer Mechanics wlle Adolpb Kufin Ft Atkinson and Gertrude ST Harp7rNewtonf G Cv Chapman and Hazel CTosh both Colo Normal E Jensen St James 6817 county Emile Adqlph Maier Orleans La andMyrtle Luclle JConelgvWayerly Elmer J Bberllngv and tucllle Hammond both of PostvjlleClar ence Fiaher Boone and VivianPhil lips Boone Gustavo W Linda Oe dar Falls andMyrtle C NotdMar shalltown and Dorothy Lee DonJhitt Farl bauit Minn Jesse Hansen Olinand Harriett Johnson Anamosa Perry Ward knd Bessie Huntbatch both of Waterloo Ered BlunmandFlpretta Cobzen both of Austin Minn Earl Dann and Violet Chrlstensen bothof Coulter Edmond hassling Peorl a III and Clara Lunter Ionia John Wilcox Des Moines arid Anna Bromner Long Beach G JHart and Jean McNlcoll both of Des Moinea St Paul and Marjorie Stewart Minneapolis El don HolzMaquoketa and Ena Ten ley Stan wood Glen Grandy Floyd County and Velma Otto Floyd t NtJRSESr GROUP HOLDS MEETING The alumni association of nurses graduated from the Mercy hospital training school met Monday after noon at the Soda Grill for a busi ness session Fifteen members were present Following the business meetingrefreshments were GROUP TO ENTERTAIN PAST MATRONS Mrs J C Hanes Mrs G W Donaker and Mrs J E Donnelly will give a dinner at DamonIgpiis tea gardens Wednesday night of the Past Matrons club wttl be the guests Thats the supreme buy King iti For the first microsyn makes CXtNSOLB R32 Only Gbmplete possible sym exact musical through the entire scale I In Btantahepus tuning Lovely uptodate cabi1 and compact And the greatest value weve ever offered SUPERAUTOMATIC Jftst slide the have the station you want MUSIC CO HOME OS STEIN WAY CONOVER CABLE KINGSBURY AND WELLINGTON PIANOS CRONmDEXTER TO MEET TUESDAY CroninDexterAuxiliary willhold its regular meetingat 8 oclock Tuesdayeveningat the courthouse MARRIAGES A marriage license was issued to of Mason City and Hava Flstler of Clear Lake Society Speculateson Seating Arrangement at Dinner for MatDbriald WASHINGTON Oct 8 official and almost official society of Washington wlllr have foodfor many days to come as a result of the white house din ner inhonor ofPrime Minister Mac Dbnald The big question who shtould sit nextvto whomwhich has been wor rying the capital for months i pears to be as persistent as ever the dayafterthat first state dinnerof the Hoover administration The refisonviewed from the per spectlye who were outside andnotJqpking in is that the rules of precedence having come into con flict with therules of simple tesy and Mrs Hoover and theranking guests adopted the ter as theirgujde President Hoover at the head of the tablewasflankedOn the right by Lady Isabella Howard thehigh est ranking British present and onthe left by her husband Sir Esme the Britishambassador To the right of Ladylsabella sat SecretaryStimsori and tohisrlght Miss Jshbel MacDipnald prinie ministers daupfhtef To the left pf Sir Esme the first lady on idents MrsDolly Curtis Gann sister of VlcePiesldent Cuctis Prime Minister MacDonald sat at the right of Mrs Hoover who faced the president VicePresident Curtis presumably for no announcement was made of trie arrangement of the places sat at her v 1 Ipassed tlie parlor door last evening 1 saiy rmiy daugtiter sitting on your lap have you any explanation sir tl got hero before any of the State Froth Wife Preservers Cook soft custard boiler in a double Winter Club Schedule Is Established Womens Groups Reopen Years Work With Luncheons The winter club routine Is rees tablishing its supremacy In the so cial life of Mason City Every day brings opening meetings of addi tional clubs whose activities had been suspended for the summer Twentytwo members of the Twentieth Century club gathered it the Y yV C A for their annual openlngf luncheon Monday kt 1 oclock The tables were decorated in pansles and autumn leaves with yellow as the predominant colof At each place a pansy was laldas a souvenir Members found their places by identifying authors Each given a the name of an author at each place was a tiny bbOkj and in birderto finj her placeeach woman was to book wliose aufbor hadbeen assigned to her Following the Westfal outgoing president ppehedthe The newpresi dentfvMrs W RMickey discussed her guesbof the club Miss Lydia Barrette gave atalk oh Americas cpntributonto literature j Occident Club Meets the Occident club met withMrSi J A Van Ness I 318 for luncheon Gardenflowerswere uaed in decoration A short business meeting was held inthe afternoon at whicfr Mrs CurtisAmen spoke in behalf of the community chest Thev organization pledged 15 The Monday club met for lunch eon atthe home of Mrs C L Marston710 North Carolina ave nue with 22 members present A two course luncheon was served Barberry and autumn flowers were used in decorating the tables Dur ing the afternoon the time was spent informally and themembers related their experiences of the summer vacation Mrs Laird Hostess Mrs J T Laird311 First street southeast was hostess to theChau tauqua7club at their first meeting of the year The session was purely social A luncheon was served nt1 oclock to the 25 persons presentA color of yellow and white was carried outwlthautumn leaves and flowers used in decorations Mrs A J Dwells a former mem of the club was the only guest present f J TheChild Study clubalso opened its years work with a luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs C E Cooper 63CKEighth street south east Thirtyfour members weie present Autumn flowers were used in decoration with rose dominant Following the luncheon thereguV lar routine was Begun The feature of the afternoons Dirbj gramwasthe talk by Mrs W H Hathorn on thevinfhience of women in music Meets The Midlandclub also began its yearsroutinepf meetings Mpn day The members wereenttvtairied at the home of thefprmer president Mrs r Sarah Wheeler cit J212 Seoind spent informally and refreshments were served late inthe afterrdbn The hew president Mrsl Ruth Bakar took office at this first meeting She will be hostess to the club at Its next meeting ohMon day and Mrs Wheeler will be the reader The women decided to meet each Week MRS BuiiToN B AGLE Y wiu thapart of Frieda Dixpri In Pipers Pay one act comedy to be presented by the drama de pairtriienfc ofthe Womans ciub at ths f i rstgeheral Tuegday7 afternoon The hieet lng will start at v GtoESTS AT DINNER Mr and Mrs L R Neuwlssen of 426 Fourteenth street northwest Sunday Mr and Mrs A liaraway soni Albert P daughters Jessie aiid Plymouth and Mr Leon M of Rock Falls Anton 84 yearsold who spehdthe winter with the Meiiwig sen family one of the guests COURTESY AMD IATISFACTKMI BVEBY PURCHASE Helpiiig the Momemaker PARADISE PUDDING A DE LICIOUSDESSERT Breakfast Chilled Stewed Prunes Cereal and Cream Cod diedEggs Buttered Toast v Coffee Luncheon Meat Cakes Chili Saiice Bread Peach Conserve Date Bars Tea Dinner Sliced RoastBeef Creamed Potatoes Buttered Beets Corn Bread Butter Cucumber and Tomato Salad Paradise Pudding C5lf ee Sympathetic Adult MayHelp Child to Know Inner Self By ALICEJUDSON PEALE At boarding school Jeffreys at titude toward his younger brother wasexemplary His excellent ad justment was ail the more remarU i ableIn view pf his extreme unpnp iUlarltjrwith the other boys With them hehad a most unsavory repu tation for meanness the younger children Toward the endofthe term his headmaster de cided thatJeff needed help What makes plague the younger boys head master began In a tone which invited frank ness v phi I dont Itnow Theyare an wful are verydecent to your own brother youdonttreathlm as if he were a pestand he is not so differ entfrom the others I know biit thoseklda get on my nerves f Dp you knowwhy bid you ever think what happened toyou when Edgar wasborn TVhy11 suppose I wasnt the whole show any more And you were jealous of him Yes but I like him all right Of course you do but I suspect your teasing other boys of his ago Is just the hangover of that old jeal ousy outgrewlongago Maybe if youcan see it that way youwont find it hard to treat thohj as decently as you do him That short talk did in fact clear up the difficulty The next term Jeffery was ai popular as any boy in school Givingto a child this sort of self knowiedgeis often helpful but the adult who undertakes to do it inust be animated by genuine sympathy and must be wise in judging just how much of it the child is able to MeiitCakes One cup mashed potatoes 23 cup choppedmeati1 tabJespbon chopped onions 3 tablespoons gravy 4 tablespoons bacoii fat Mix the potatoes meat onions and gravy and shape into 4 cakes rrHeat the fat iin a frying pan and whienlhot add thecakes Cookfor7 a moderate fire Turn the other sides Cqrii Bread Using Sour Milk or Butter WBlk One cup yellow corn meal 1 cup1 flour 5 tablespoons sugar 14 tea apooa salt legg 1 niilk i teaspoon soda i teaspoon haking powder 3 tablespoons fat melted Mix the ingredients and beat for 3minutes Pour into a shallow pan which hasbeen well greased Bake In a moderateoven for 25 minutes Cut in bars and serve with butter Paradise Pudding One package lemon flavored gela tin boiling water cup chopped red cherries cup crushedmacaroons 13 cup shred ded blanched almonds i cup diced pineapple a cup whipped cream11 cup diced marshmaljows Pour the water over the gelatin mixture and stir until it has dis solved Coolanil chill until a little thick Beat until frothy andbeat la the restof vineingredients Pour into a loaf dish glass preferred and set in a coldplace to stiffen Unmold and serve cutin slices and topped with whipped cream WOMEN MAY HEAR CANNING EXPERT A M Wadswortii of Chicago sec retary of the Western Csimers as sociation willspeak to cluhwomen and housewivesof Mason City at a meetingin theChamber of Com iperce ailditorlum Wednesday night at 8 oclock The discussion will iiP eludemethods of preparation aind uses of canned art themeet ing will be1 open one who is Interested WOMANS CLUB GROUP TO GO TO PILOTMOUND Members r ofthe Womans club will journey to Pilot Mourfd Wed nesday on the expeditionsponsored by membersofthe outdoor life de partment of the club as its regular meeting The purpose of the ex pedition will beto search for fringed gentians The women will take a picnic will be gone all wishing to goshould communicatewith Mrs Archie Pe terson chairman of the outdoor life department Mrs Ive been making quite a few calls and Ive been so unfortunate Mrs Ten every body but Mrs everybody Pathfinder Stil if the tariff is made of the samebenefit to everybody it wont be any benefit to any Review ARRIVED For This Weeks Selling and Misses9 Winter in the new Paris styling at l75 Sizes for Misses 14 to Ladies and Stout Sizes HERES no doubt as to the J authentipty of these coats for they originated in of worldrenowned designers re sponsiblefor the revolutionary changes iii silhouette They are copies and adaptations of coats by Jenny fianvin Reriee and others andare decidedly smart to wear with the new frocks Favored Fall Colorings Others priced to Em The New Silhouettes Higher Waistlines New Lower Hemline Lovely Princess Styles DEKAYE Others to 5975 Models for Formal and Informal Hours MODELS that emphasize the new trend pf fashion Higher waistline and lower hemline lithe and lovely princess styles Elegant new drapes iDirectoire frocks elaborate new sweeping hemlines All are here Canton Crepes Satins Chif fons Transparent Rayon and Com binations Many are oneofakind Black and the smartest new fait colors Imported Kid and Capeskin Gloves Smart new novelty cuff styles ina wonderful selec tion All the newi fall colorsaridblack All sizes and Mothers enthuse over these Fall Coats Sizes 4 to 14 GIRLS and mothers alike are thrill ed over the kind of coats were offering at these prices1 Marvels of youthful chic in suede cloths tweeds and chinchillas Smartly tailor ed or fur trimmed All are lined some interlined Girls New Silk or Tweed Dresses to Silk frocks in rich fall colors featuring bolero jackets pi eat Ings cunning collars and cuffs gay vivid printed chiffons weight tweeds All thats smart for Miss 4 to 14   

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