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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Iflayers Have Taken Many Roles Participants in The Queens Husband Are Exper ienced in Dramatics Fiaal preparations for the Wom ana cluh play The QueensHus band are under way and the last step dress rehearsal is planned for Mohday night The play will be giv enat the high school at Tues day and as the first public offering of the drama depart ment for the year JThe play is different from any ever presented by the Womans club it deals with the life of a imtog family and thatthe cast re qffltes nine men and only three women Many of the players are familiar figures in local amateur theatricals r Leads Are Experienced and Mabel Stott Mjilm who as King and Queen will play the leading roles haVe both taken part in Mason City dramatic productions Miss Katherine Shef who will play the part rof FHncess Anne1 gained experience uva major role in The Romantic AS ytte part of the bombastic Gen eral Northrup will be played by Drr H K Jones Among his roles arethose of Mr Thurber in OF COMEDY READY FOR DRESS RFHFARSAT IJJBCEMBEK 9 Dainty Xmas Gifts GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PEACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1805 Useful gifts are always so ac andwhen they arebeau tiful as well could anything be love lier The srown sketched today may be made ina very short time and wilt not be expensive One might se lect silk crepe georget satin or fine voileaccording to ones purse The ast for the yoke maybe heavy or very fine deepndlng fabric of the gown Narrow Val lace in used for the ruffling and satin rib bon for the shoulder bows Lovely colors are flesh orchid green yel low and pale blue May be obtained only in sizes 18 20 36 28 and 40 Size 18 reauires 2 yards of 36 inch material and yard lace No dressmaking experience Is nec essary to make this model The pat tern Has ample and xexact instruc tions Yardage is give n for every size A perfect fit is guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon receipt of 15 cents 15c in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sureto write plainly your name ad dress style number and size want ed Book is 15 cents but only 10 cents when ordered with a pattern Ad dress all mail and orders to Globe Gazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City t How terribly shocked he would be if old Solon knew what sort of peo ple are sometimes called by his muiuer in Tommy and the detective in In the Next Room The part of Prince I Free Press William will be presented by Bur ton Bagley who also appearedIn tha mystery In the Next Room nthat production he played the dual role of Felix Armand voluble and cultured collector of antiques and Crbchard desperate criminal Captain Applejack B A Webster who will play the role of Dr Fellman hadhis first good part in Captain Applejack in3vhich he played the title role Hei played a major part in Mr PJHI Passes By last year Carl 1805 Play Presented by Presbyterians at Church Sunday Nigh The YoungPeople ofthe Firs Presbyterian church Sunday even ing presented a playlet entiUea at Jerusalem TheHrst and third scenes were laid in the aPPear6d In sev eral other productions The The Missionary society of the to Mrs J WMacket and W H Schultz of Sioux City The comml tee included Mr arid Mrs R V Harris Mr and Mrs G L Wana maker and Mr and Mrs Charle Ressler The out of town guest wa W H Schultz of Sioux City Blent will be played by Howard represented by their costumes the nber of the staff at days gone by while others cou r Goodman trasted by their dress the modern r college student yill be the age when BIrdelia waitmg old DW1SU ji thejlay stopped for a moment Mar avauable thruout Tuesday and jorfp Green as Mrs Rosenberg Res1dent members of speaking broken English performed Che club must bring their exceptionally welOother charac membership cards when reserving ters in the play included Marion Lneir seats an vrico LEGION AUXILIARr WORKERS PREPARE FOR PARTY Mrs Thomas A Nettleton chair man of the cradle rollcommittee of the Legion Auxiliary and Mrs Ed gar Toinby chairman of the child welfare committee are working in reparatlon for the Christmas party o be held for the youngsters at the Armory Dec 19 A Christmas tree will be featured in the decorations and toys and candy will be given to oung guests IRS KIPPON HOSTESS TO WOMANSGROUP Rippon entertained Local PEO Groups Share MusicaleTea GN Chapter Entertains for State President and Chapter DZ As a courtesy to chapter DZ and to their Statepresident Mrs G E Romey chapter GN of P E O pres ented a group of sons and daughters of the members in a musicale at the Y W C A Saturday afternoon All P E Os in the city were Invited A tea followedthe program Mrs WS Wilcox as president of the hostess groupgreeted the guests and gave Mrs Romsy a hugs bou quet of tawny chrysanthemums Mrs Romey expressed her thanks and Mrs Ralph Stanbery as presi dent of chapter DZ expressea the groups appreciation Mrs J H Marstoji only adult performer of theafternoon sang a group of Long Ago numbersin costume She was accompanied by her daughter Miriam who was pian ist for all the numbers MrsMars tons songs were Last Night and Sweet Genevieve Artemaa Brown played al French horn soldi Voice of Love and Marian Van Neas played two harp solos Paraphrase on Sweetest Story JEver Told ana La Harpe Aeolienne Two readings Flaming Youth and Picture Cow were KathrynParrell Wil ham Rae played two flute solos Valse Caprice and Scherzlno Miriam MarstOn playec Images in the Water a piano solo after which William Rae and Artemas Brown gave a French horn and flute duet The program closed with two songs by Mrs Mars ton Guest and Take Jov Home Tea was served following the re cital Mrs Wllcox and Mrs R B Girton first president of chapter GN poured Yellow and white the colors of the organization were used in decorations and menus antf a bouquet in these colors was used as centerpiece for the tea table committee in charge included Mrs Bergland Mrs W A Westfall MacDonald and Mrs Myrtie Vincent Children May Take Part in Holiday Decoration rri t T Jl Prize Offered for Tree to the exteriors o 1 I u t no LLI Decorated With Trinkets Made at Home Homemade candy for Christmas homemade now home made decorations for the Christmas tree In order to give the children a fair field for their abilities in the outdoor Christmas decorations of Mason City homes the outdoor life department of the Womans club Which is sponsoring the project has offered an award for the tree best decorated with trinkets made at home This division of the contest is open only to children Prizes will also be awarded children for the best decorated tree and for the trie best providing food and shelter for the birds1 All judging of the young sters divisions will be done by day No one may enter more than one of the three classes The real purpose of the contest is to stimulate residents to extend holi ENTRY BLANKS their homes Participants in th project are asked bythe sponsor to allow their decorations to remai up between Christmas and Nev Years Persons intending to tak part may enter by filling out th entrance blanks below Adults might find it hard to dec orate a tree with homemade adorn ments but the youngest gerieratio will not They know the resources o strings of popcorn and cranberrle as substitute fortinsel They can make chains of links of papers i gaudy colors They can make star cut of bright colored or silve paper As substitutes for brilliant globe bought down town they can us oranges and apples If they seek variety the fruit can masquerade in gilt paint English walnuts pierce so that string may be passed thru and gilded are another possibility Tight balls of papef in pasted coat of tinfoil may also appear on t homemade Christmas tree Mrs D H Fitzpatribk 904 North Washington Ave City Mason City n n ByDay By Night Cross the one of your preference It may be of Will wish to enter both divisions in that case check vmn My Name My Address EXTRY BLANK FOB JUNIOR CONTESTANTS JLOU cant expert success ij you make 4w a jellyroll AND when coffee is roasted in bulk it can never have that smooth delicious flavor of Hills Bros Coffee For Hills Bros roast only a few pounds at a time by their patented continuous 4 trolled Roasting Theflavor is controlled because every berry is roasted evenly HILLS BROS COFFEE FaH from Ike orif tttal vacuum face Easily opened trffA Hickty O 1929 Hanes as Miss Louise Mayne Mar garet Hotchkin as Mrs Kent tiva president of the society Jean Olln ger Mrs Kents mother Rhebn aaMra Compton Marlys Taylor as Mrs Alstyne of the same period as Mrs DeCoutts played by Birdella Lightbody Dorothy Frost as Rosie Rosenberg Marion Hotch kin as Grandma Rosenberg and Arthur Fischbeck sis Solomon Ros enberg Ralph Fishbeck was stage msniiger COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS AND WIVES MEET FOR DINNER Sixty persons attended the dinner meeting of theUnited Commercial Travelers and their auxiliary Satur day night at the Chamber of Com merce hall Dinner was served at and during the evening the company played bridge Prizes went the women of Bath district five at herhome Friday The hostess is for the district The first on nutrition wah given and the women studied mejU guides food selection and vitamin bulletins MRS LSSNB IIONOKS HUSBANDON BIRTHDAY Mrs L A Lysne 31 South Ken tucky avenue entertained 12 guests at a 6 oclockdinner at the Lysne home Saturday night in honor of her husbands birthday A color scheme of pink and white was used and a large birthday cake was the centerpiece During the evening the companyrpiayed five hundred Mrs W B White won high score and Roger Oaby won low TJ C T ATJXtLIARY ARE ENTERTAINED Members of the XJ C T auxiliary were at the name of Mrs R V Harris1026 Third street southwest Monday with Mrs GL Wanamaker andW HSteinbren ner as assistant hostesses Lunch eon was served at 1 oclock During the afternoon the guests played bridge at four tables Bits About Em Mrs J W Irons 124 Fourln street northwest returned Saturday night from Creston where she has been visiting daughlierMias Ruth who is teachingin the Cres tonhigh school Mrs Ironsleft a week ago Saturday nightwith her daughter whenshe returned to her work after spending the Thanksgivr ing vacation at home Duringliar visit Mrs Irons attended the play The Lucky Break presented by the high school under Miss Irons direction Mrs Merl Sims 112 North Madi son avenue returned Monday morn ing from Chicago where she has been forthe lastten days studying with Rudolph Magnus in prepara tton fqrher recital for the music department of the Womans club MrsSlmaheard operaat the now Civic Opera Mary Gar den as the star and saw the dancer L Argentine She also heard the composer Gretchaninos play several of his own compositions She Us at hor 1 Mrs W R Mickey 504 North Jefferson avenue returned Saturday Minneapolis where she had visited a short time with her daughter Jean who is a senior student in the university of Min nesota Mrs R E Boyle 801 Noith Aaama drive plans to leave Thnr day night for California wheTeThn dau hSpend the with her Hollywood They will rehmi to J Mrs D H Fitzpatriclc 904 North Washington Ave City i Best Decorated Tree LJ Lj Tree Best Decorated With HomeMade Decorations Tree Best Providing Food and Shelter for Birds Face All Broken Out I Are you too one of those who have tried one thing after another lorthe skin yet without results Then try this simple used by thousands with omazinc success Hub on a little Eesinol Ointment at night wash off with ReBinoI Soap in the morning You wjll be surprised at the QUICK KBSS with wfcJrli It acln Tie Scan to keep the complexion con clear and soft Atclldr For free of wrile Kttinol Depfc 3O Baltimore Md Eesinol For Any Sore Throat When you have a some other ache or know how quichly you get relief from Bayer Aspirin It isjust as wonderful for a sore throat Simply dissolve two tablets in quarter of a glass of water and gargle The soreness and in flammation are relieved at once but there is another reason for the doctors preference for this gargle Gargling with Bayer As pirin reduces the infection Read the complete directions that come with every package The many proven uses of Bayer Aspirin can spare you much needless suffering Be sure to get the genuine As pirin is the trade mark of Bayer manufacture of monoaceticacid oster of salicylicacid Dr andMrs George M Crabb 4 Hampshire court drove to Marshali of J o n J M Hatch Hotel Hanford drove to Iowa City Saturday to spend is Mr and Mrs Herman arrived Mo City Friday fora visit at the hom of their cousins Mr and Mrs they will be collectedat theP and E auditorium ind will be shipped that same day Four hun dred copklcjj will be sent and a gift of rnoney to pay for Christmas en tertainment will also be sent On the followingday Saturday the board of the organization will hold its regular meeting YOUNG WOMENS COUNCIL TO HOLD MONTHLY SESSION Members pf the Young Womens Council will holdtheir regular De cember meeting at the Y W C Ar Monday night Reports ofthe Tusa lata and TN T clubs will be given and discussion of December activ ity la planned Miss Gbldie Ponto and Earl Dodge Are Married CHARLES CITY Dec marriage of Miss Goldie Ponto daughter of Mr and Mrs J A Pon to to Earl Dodge sou of Frank Dodge took place Saturday after TJoon at the First Congregational parsonage inWaterloo The Rev J Richmond Morgan officiated and the attendants were Mr and Mra Lewis Zilm of thin city Mr and MrsDodge will visit in1 Newton Kansas and on their return wUllive With Mr Dodges father 308 Tenth avenue T NTCLTJB PLANS CHRISTMAS PARTY club will hold a Christmas party at the Y W C A Tuesday night They will meet at Social Calendar TUESDAY Watanye club Will meet at Hotel Hanford at A Play Interruptions will bepresentea By a group of high school girls T N T Will meet at the Y W C A at for a Christmas party Clio Cronin Dexter Jefferson Child Study circle Will meet with Mrs H J Brims South Vermont avenue at O E S Chapter Will meet for dinner at Masonic Temple at CroninDexter Unitect Spanish War veterans win meet at 8 oclock in the assembly room of the courthouse for a Christmas exchange Refresh will be served W M S Immanuel Lutheran church win meet at the church at 8 oclock Prlscllla Will meetwith Mrs Ben Hen dnckson 110 Twentieth street southeast for the anualdinnei and exchange of gifts Girls Our Saviours Lutheran church will meet at the church parlors for a program and social time N N Bridge will meet with Oliver Repp 416 Ninth street northwest in the afternoon GEALOWHOPKEY LATIMER Dec andMrs Ed Hopkey were married Thanks givingday at Belmond theRev J TJ Snyder officiating Theywere it tended by Miss Sofie Johnson and Laurence Gealow brother of th bride After the ceremony th couple left for a short trip to Chi cago and other points to Illinois The former MissGealow is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Gealow and for the past five years ias been employed in the office or he Auto company Mr Hopkey is a son of Mr and Mrs Art Hopkey of Latimer He and his brother have been farming north of Alexander on their fathers farm There he and his bride will be at lorne after they return from thetr ip VOSIEN OF MOOSEHEART KGION TO ELECT OFFICERS Women of Moosehearb Legion will meet at Eagles hall Tuesday at 3p for their regular lodge session nd election of officers Nomina ons Include senior regent Mrs August unlor Chester Wil ams Mrs Earl Adams Mia W R thoflen chaplain Mrs Willis emiss treasurer Mrs L G Bird Mrs H G Pusch and Twentytwo Persons Present for Annual Dinner Given Sunday and Mrs Sam Raizes wers hosts to 22 guests at a 1 oclock din ner at the Eadmar hotel Sunday the guests being employes and thn RaiEes house guests Mr and Mrs Herman Schleiss of Pocatello Idaho The banquet is an annual affair A four course dinner was served Roses and chrysanthemums were used in decoration Nathan Witz acted as toastrtmster calling upon everyone for a speech and present ingeach person with a gift appro priate to his special work A dance was given by Miss Minne Bell and John Accurso and a vocal number by Miss Sylvia Snyder and Gerald Snyder The remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing bridge and dancing DOBBSCOLE Cole and Freda Dobbs of Charles City were married at the Rev S F Arizs home in Chajles City Mr and Mrs Homer Dobbs also of Charles City acted ES witnesses Off Holiday Excursions party with the Tusalataclub I lock via Only a farcandathlrd for the round trip to all points on the Great Western Tickets now on sale for all trains De ccraber 212223 and 24 return limit Jan 6 1930 Good in Pullmans Coach and chair car seats free Pnllman berths and parler car seats extra For complete detiilt Great Western COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Speaks to Womans CInb CHARLES CITY Dec a Frances JCendall Byers city libra rlan went to Oaage Monday to speakto the city federation Wo mens clubs on mountain weaving Mrs Byers was in the library at Berea college Kentucky at one time where mountain weaving is a fins art carried on extensively in the col lege m Lingerie AII setFor Christmas IN NEED h v They to stay thruout the BAYER Mrs Donald G Hunter of De3 Moinea I3 visiting at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs H B Haa nueShP nue She arrived a week ago ana will remain another week before r turning to her home 1 j LEGION AUXILIARV TO SEND COOKIES TO HOME A week for books a week for aur for Prabers of the American Legion auxiliary at least 3 Wfek for cookie week when all members of the auxiliary are urged to bake cookies to be sent to the home at Knoxvllle During the fore part of the week the chairman of the committee Mra Buche will solicit the cookies and on Friday Mother and D aughtcr Praise Vegetable Compound Johncpa City IT dauch tor was only 20 years old hut for twoyears she Tvorkert in mis ery She was all rundown ncrv OUB had and paina and no I taking Lydis B Vege tabla Compound with good reiultn io she decided to try it Before Ihe had taken two 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