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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                1929 IVIABLUN PERSNS ATTEND ANNUAL DINNER GIVEN AT P G us bands Entertained at program and Cards longed for Diversion of Evening Sixtyfive persons attended the banquet given by members of the of the United iJght and Power association in hem or of their husbands atthe P G and Ebuilding Monday night The banquet is an annua affair Thelmmtnehce of Halloween was Appropriately heralded decor which featured fail leaves in an autumn color 11 scheme Sinister witchescaldrons oh the tables supported by jj miniature tripods Fallowing the dinner a program given Mrs Roger EKirk sang P solos and Mrs Donald Wells several numbers Louise Leach lgave two readings The remainder fvof the evening was spent in playing 1 cards with the additional diversion ofa radio Prizes for high score inbridge were awarded Mrs B H Pixley for the women and P E Wells for the men In five hundredMrs F A Krueger was high among the wom en and J E McMahon received high score for men Mrs M A Harpster headed the i committee on the dinner and she was assisted by Mrs L THawkins Mrs R R Henderson and Mrs J C Alcorn and Mrs LloydVBergln were in charge of the tables while Mrs C G Maudaley andMrs Har ry Makeever were responsible for the entertainment RooseveltJackson P T A Gives Party for 15 Teachers i Nearly 300 persons attendeethe reception honoring the teachers In Roosevelt and Jackson schools given by the RooseveltJackson P T A Monday nlght Fifteen teachers were Included in the cour tesy A program was given which be gan withtwo violin solos by John Kopecky Barcarolle and Gavotte Two numbers Whispering Hopei and J Were given by members of the Ladies Saxophone Quintet The musicians included Bernice Rey nolds Graca Kessy MarieRankin Dorothy Ferleman ad Irene Leese Following themusic Winnifred Dreher gave a reading Levinsky at the Wedding Mrs Harry Far rer and MrsAl Zack played two duets Worm and Gallop de Concert Evelyn Weber sang two songs I Love a Little Cot tage and Dream Train The Rev CIX James delivered the address of welcome following which Mrs A M Feist gave a reading At the conclusion of the program refreshments were served by thecommittee in charge which Included Mrs John Weber chair man MrsLester Crider Mrs E Flarup Mrs George Hubacher Mrs Ross Jewett and Mrs EC Miller Mrs Weber also served as chair man of the program committee Other members included Mrs Harry Farrer andMrs Glen Wallace 4th District Meeting of Pythian Sisters to Be Held at St Ansgar ST ANSGAR Oct an nual coavention of the fourth dis trict Pythian sisters will be held in St Ansgar Tuesday Oct 15 Thi all day session willbe held at thi auditorium of the new school build ing The luncheon at noon will be served in the building by the domes tic science girls of the high school In the evening dinner will be aerve by theRoyal Neighbors Lodge in the M E church basement Abou1 150 delegates are expected to at tendalso several grand temple of ficers HEADS WAR MOTHERS ROTHMOOR COATS FranceEngland and Scotland loom the right fabrics for travel coats A great many women want their travel coats to have bright colors dashing and colors that you seldom see Rothmoor has plenty of these because theyve dug them overseas The right kind of real man tailoring v what a wonderful combination and to Bits About Em Associated Press Photo Mrs Virgil McCJure of Lex ington Ky was elected na tional president of War Mothers at the convention in Louisville First Presbyterian Ladles Aid Will meet at 1 oclock for luncheon Reservations may b made with Mrs W C Johnson Mrs Fisher Mrs Peterson enter tainment committee Legion Will give a benefit card party a the P G and E auditorium at Warren G Harding Child Stud Will meet at with Mrs F L Curtis Y34 North Carolina ave nue hostess and leader Jefferson Child Study Will meet with Mrs C O John son 208 South Vermont at Outdoor Life Department Women Will go to Pilot Mound in th morning M n Bridge Will meet for luncheon at th Country club Mrs L R Boom hower hostess Central Lutheran Ladles Will meet at the church parlors Hostesses Mrs C V Hermanspn Mrs A Dietz Social Hour Will meet in the afternoon with Mrs Calvin Pippert Sons of Union Veterans Will hold their regular G I A to the B of X Will hold their regular meeting in Eagle hall at Madison P T Will hold their regular meeting and a teachers reception at Garfleld Circle Trinity Lutheran Aid Will meet with Mrs John Lunrleen 546 Eighth street south east at Jlrclo Will meet with Elsie May More house 502 Fifteenth street south east Sandys Flowers Quality Service Flowers for all occasions Delivered anywhere in city Ervin Sandhagen Floral Co 16 First St S E Ph S78Z Paul says People who enjoy good food in large variety show a decided pref erence for the Green Mill Select a mea breakfast lunch or dinner and you will agree that this preference is de served Why not the Green Mill tomorrow Meet Your Friends at the Green Mill Cafe THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD Mr and Mrs C W Blumenstiel 945 North Delaware avenue Mr anti Mrs Erdix Swift 936 North Monroe place Mr and Mrs Chester Stev ens 936 North Pennsylvania and Mr and Mrs Ralph Stanbery 9lg North Delaware avenue drove to McGregor Tuesday to spend the day They left early Tuesday morning taking two cars and planned to re turn late tbat night 1 Mrs DavidConvey 81 Oak drive is planning a trip to Chicago She expects to leave Wednesday ami will be gone at least a week Mr and Mrs Austin Burtis of Al gona and Mr and Mrs Lewis Pear son of Luverne drove to Mason City Tuesday and spent theday visiting with friends and attending to busi ness Mr and Mrs B Richardson left Monday for their hpme In Chicago after spending Sunday In Mason City visiting friends Miss Selma Carlson returned to her work as first grade teacher at Garfield school Monday after spend ing the weekend visiting friends at Grinnsll and Brooklyn Mr and Mrs Arthur L Norrls are the parents of a daughter Phyl 11s Arlene who arrived at Mercy hospital Saturday morning AUDREY IttAKEEVEB HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Audrey Alice Makeever daughter of Mr and Mrs H I Makeever 25 South Vermont avenue was the guest of honor at a party given by her mother Monday afternoon The occasion was her fifth birthday Sixteen neighbors and playfellows were invited in for the afternoon The Halloween idea was carried out in the decorations of the house and Halloween games and contests were features of the afternoon Prizes were awarded Warren Krue ger Frederick Dalvy and Kenneth Bruner Toward the close of the after noon the young guests were served a luncheon The dining room was decorated in Haloween colors and the centerpiece on the table was a birthday caks with lighted candles Audrey was placed in the center of the table while her guests marchtd around singing Happy Birthday to You A feature of the refresh ments was the ice cream which wus colored orange and on which jack olantern faces were outlined The favors were contained in little ghost caps with jackblantem facea over them GROUP IFPLIES FOR FISH POND Formal Application Made to Governor Hammill by Local Men DES MOINES Oct com mittee of Mason City and Clear Lake men called on Gov Hammill and W E Albert state game war den today to make formal appli cation for the establishment of a Ish nursery at Clear Lake The roject was talked over but no lefinite decision was1 reached The committee included Frank Good man Ed Rich and E B Stillman It must be great consolation to man dead of a cracked skull to know the windshield didnt shatter StarCourier A Busy Secretary By LILIAN CAMPBELL All the countless details of the management of a huge convention will be in the capable hands of a young woman Miss Lois F Gibso3 vhen the largest gathering of the devoted to the study of adver islng meets in Cleveland Oct 911 he meeting is the twelfth annual onvention of the Direct Mail Ad ertlsing association Miss Gibson is convention secre ary She sees to the registration of 11 delegates and to the sale of floor mce to the exhibitors aa wall as untless other matters which take le burden from the busy business men and women in charge Miss Gibson served in similar capacity in Detroit In 1928 for the International Advertising association She is a southern girl her home originally being Springfield Mo The Womens Advertising club of Cleveland will entertain the visiting advertising women while the wives of delegates are to be entertained by a committee of Cleveland women CONGRESSWOMAN IN STORM AREA a boat downthe Mississippiriver to Keokuk Thethree Fayette county veter ans ended their service June 10 1864 when the regiment was mus iered out Earle was 90 years old aat March while Dewey atrnlned the same age in June Downs is only 87 and this month marks the eightieth anniversary of hia resi dence at Auburn The trio saw its share of flght ng Downs having been wounded six times altho he says he tried to make himself smaller while the mllets were whistling around him Sarle was wounded twice and taken L prisoner twice Dewey was more fortunate than his companions hav Aisaclaicd Press Photo Many Mason City women will recall seeing Mrs Ruth Bryan Owen congresswoman from Florida but their recollection will picture her in slightly different circumstances Mrs Owen who was a speaker on the program of the Womans club last year is here shown wading as she makes a survey of the damage done by the recent storm in Florida NINE VETERANS LEFT OF UNIT Three Civil War Soldiers in Iowa Company Remain in Fayette County WEST UNION Oct 8 the nine survivors of Company F Third Iowa infantry which was among the earliest contingents of lowans to enter the Civil war three reside in Fayette county They mv Franklin S Downs of Auburn Franklin Dewey of Fayette and Joseph J Earle of Fayette The only other member of the group believed to be living in this state is Luther L Webb of Quimby of whom however his comrades have not heard for several months Company F comprised the first body of Fayette county men to rise to the defense of the union It left here May 29 1861 marchingto McGregor where the soldiers took The New MendelUnique suiess Wednesday Morning v The ModelUnique cleaning establishment at 104 South Federal avenue has been purchased by Harry Heidenreich The entire plant is now be mgrenovated some new equipment is being in stalled and the new firm will be ready for busi ness Wednesday J C Gearheart who has been in business in Mason City 21 years will assist the new propri etor v The new firm will give guaranteed service in dry cleaning and pressing It will be the aim of the new management to satisfy every customer WOMENS DRESSES AND COATS CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR J and up Mens Suits Cleaned and Pressed The New ModelUUnique PHONE 49 ing come thru the conflict unhurt altho he participated in every en gagement with his company for three years A number of Mason City peopls have gone to Chicago to attend tha world series Included on the list are Mr and Mrs Harld Bull 718 East State street Mr and Mrs J C Stoddard 324 Second street south east Mr and Mrs W Earl Hall 22 River Heights Leo Davey 233 Sev en th street northwest Jay Decker 119 Second street southeast B C Way 31 Second street southeast Frank Hanlon 222 Seventh street northwest Merrill Ferguson Han ford and Clarence Hanson f TVTy Plant Them Now If you would enjoy the beautyand charm of Spring flowers you must plant them now Make your se lection from this lavender pink and blue 25c each per dozen Paper white for growing indoor in pans and bowls 2 for 25c per dozen the choice of ali tulips li colors 75c per dozen per 100 Single Early 9 colors per dozen per 100 per and Darwin per 100 per dozen 50c offer nothing but large size top quality bulbs suitable for outdoor and indoor planting Your order large or small will have our very best attention All bulbs marked aa to color and variety ASK FOR OUR FALL IS FREE Phone 59 1205 A A A A A OCTOBER 5 to 12 ARE DIAMOND DAYS 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