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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DECEMBER 12 1929 MRS BLYTHE ADRESSES CURRENT EVENTS GROUP AT Progress of Is Discussed i Traces History of Movement I Since First Peace Conferences The progress of the disarmament movement from the f ifsl vagii e to its present the t theme of the talk of Mrs James E plythe before members of the cut rent events department of the mans club at their December meet1 ing at the Y W G A Wednesday VHow Far Are We on the Footpath to Peace was the title of her talk Nobody won the World war 6aid Mrs Blythe It wasj a loss to loss in men a loss in inoney a loss in spiritual values jtvf th such a protest against war as an instrument of international arbi tration MrsBlythe discussed v trio possibility of achieving a substitute Takes Text v f text Mrs Blythe quote ftBible passage 4 which she said jriight have been taken froma mod ern newspaper save for archaic ex pressions Wbe unto ye rebellious peoples sayeth Jehovah who mako covenants butnot efsme and who form leagues but not of my spirit Vsven in those daya talked of i leagues smileij the speaker j JListing the treaties ofmoderi fijnes and describing in brief the fitst gropings toward world peace Mrs Blythe commented on tie irony of the fact that it wag a czar of v Russiawho called the1 flrstdisarmi ament1conference In previous eras L Mrs Blythe said itwasthot that all disputes had to be settled by Tar J Intelligence Is Substitute But she went on that wars do not clarify issues As a commentary on J tae expense of such an instrument Mrs Blythe listed a few of the ef of the World war and some of the expenditures inmoney When intelligence and good will re place greed and hatred we can hope j peace she j and good will are the only substi tutes for armament I Mrs Blythe listed a number ol i fhe aids to peace phoosing her items from policies and f rrfethods of promoting internation al friendships rather than from dip lomatic achievements She spokeof the Rhodes scholarships funds for promoting international under Young Married Folks Class Holds Holiday Party GifrExcnsinge Sixty were Christmas party ofthe Young Mar ried yolks class ofthe Church of Christ held Wednesday evening in the church basement The room was decorated with red andgreen streamers an illuminatedfireplace aChristmas of the entertainment ware four humor ous skits given by members of the committee and the gift ex change X Toward the close of the evening all toiok part in the singing of carols lediby Mrs PrusiaAH lights exceptthe lighted fireplace had been extinguished and as they came on again the guests found that Clavis had come and left a well filled stocking for each one con taining i Theparty committee consisted of Mrand Mrs S L Haynes Mr and Mrs A M Halsor Mr and Mrs GL Allison Mr and Mrs Albert Combs and Mr Mrs W R Cordle Social Calendar i the press anaThe Carneeta fund i i ij Lists Steps on Path I The league of nations was listed as first of the seven steps forward on the footpath topeace during the last seven years Others were the Disarmament conference at Wasa J tagton the Locarno conference the t world conference ofChristians the flights of Lindbergh to Paris and t Mexico the Paris 192S and the meetingof MacDonald and Hoover i greatest agency to combat tyrar she said is publicopinion I MThe group met at according Jie The chairman of the J Department Mrs W Earl Hal aii i nounced the next meeting for Jan when Mrs W W Remington or Minneapolis will speak to the grouo on the Russian situation FRIDAY Methodist Genera Ladies Willmeetat the church at D of u i Vyill meet at thp Commerce at for inspection Cliurch of Christ will hold a gen era meeting and Christmas party at the homeof Mrs GL Pedelty 323 North Congregational church will meet fora luncheonat the church Committee Mrs G M Crabb Mrs O AvMerkel Mrs C ti Meade arid Mrs C D Smith flection of officers Womans St Johnschurch will meet with MrsDavid H Convey 31 Oak drive for a Christmas tea and program at McKinleyChildStudy Evening group meets at school a Tomty Jjuthsran Aid Will meet at the church parlors at Husbands are inviteti HostessesMirs H Kucek Mrs H ThompsonMrs Cernadahl Mls G1 MTiitles Mrs J Grava and Mrs A IFosse R P I Will hold a partyatthe Y W C A at 8 oclock WITH THE WOMEN OF TODAY Tcannette Gamble left Tean Pjott WRIGHT STUDIO 203 2nd ST W Stubborn Coughs Ended by Recipe Mixed at Home I Here Is the famous old recipe which millions off housewives have found to ba tbe most dependable meaosxilbceak ins up a etubborn lingering cougb It taie3 but a moment to prepare and costslittle hut it givesTealrelief even tliose dreaded couglm that follow cold cnidcmicB iFrom any druggist get ity ounces iPinex pour it into a pint bottle and 4U Jtho bottle with plain graDulated susar honey Thus you make afull pint of better remedy than you could buy readymide for three times tie cost It nerer spoila and tastes so cood that even children like it Notonly does this simple miirire eootho beal the inflamed throat mcmbranei with surprising ease but it is absorbed into tie bloodand acts directly tipon tho bronchial tubes thus aiding tSa whole afstisoi in throw JOK off tie cough It loosenB the germ laden phlegm and cases cheatsoreness la a way thatJa really aBtonishin g iPiDex is a highly concentratedcom pound of genuine Norsysy Pinecon taining the active agent of creosote in rcflaed palatable form Nothing inownjn medicineis morehelpful in cases of coughs chest colds tad bronchial troubles Do not accepta substitnte for Finer i It li guaranteed to give prompt relief or money refunded Mr and Mrs Frank en tertaiued members of vcait o The Queens Husband at asuppe at their home 22Beaumont Drive following the performance Wednes daynight Outof town guests were Mr and Mrs Howard Sauboru of Rochester Minn JACKSONROOSIEVELT P T A TO HOLD INFORMAL MEETING Members of JacksonRoosevelt Parent Teachers association will meet at for an informal social afternoon Members will bring their sewing and Christmas sugges tions will be exchanged MRS BRUNS HOSTESS XrO CHILD STUDY CIRCLE Mrs H J Bruns 20 South Ver mont avenue was hostess to mem bers of the Jefferson Child Study circle at their regular meeting Mrs Charles Gasswint told two Christ mas stories The First Christmas Tree and Santa Glaus Mrs John MacMillan and Mrs George De Groot led1 the lesson on selec tlortof toysandwhat to tell chil Santa Claual was Mrs Rpland Braught The nex meeting of the groupWillbe Jan 8 FARM HOLp ALL DATE SESSION Farm bureau women Butler Shell Rock and Fremont townships held an all day nieeting at the home of Mrs mem bers and foiir guests present Miss QHe May meeting s EIGHT WqarENFORM L CLTTB Mrs C Turner SOTTwelfth street northwest was hostess to eight women Wednesday afternoon whenthey met to organize the X Mrs W Laurence was cuosen president and Mrs W H Patterson was named secretary and treasurer The group plans to meet each week Christmas partvis planned for next week At the close of the afternoon the hostess served a two course luncheon JIJSTAMERE CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTV Mrs Lloyd Atkinson802 North Monroe avenue was hostess to the JustaMere club at a Christmas party and luncheon Wednesday af ternoon ather home Mrs Elm a as assistant hbstess Christmas decorations were used thruoiit thehouse and on tbeluncheon table A Christmas ex change was Threo children were guests at i party and Mrs Jessie Hanson Bemldji Minn was an out of town guest O D OF A SOCIETY COLLECTS GDPTS Merhbers of the CD of A will pack boxes of Christmas gifts for usein relief work Members will tiseir contributions at the home of Mrs Harold Wasley South Delaware By LILIAN CAMPBELL A complete outfit of clothing hat dress shoes stockings under clothing landaccessories that cost her but won for 17year Jeannette Gamble of CoffeyviUe Kans first prize in the National Girls Style contest at the annual congress of4H clubs held in Chi cago ih connection with the Inter national Livestock exposition re cently made all the garments herself with theexception of the shoes and1 stockings Miss Gamble is shown In the pic ture left with the outfit wuich won the contest and Jean Pyott who tooksecondiprize Housewives League Mrs Franklin W Fritchey of Baltimore is resident ofthe House wives League whose aim it is to see that foodstuffs are handled in a sanitary manner The leagueco operates with the Baltimore market people and rewards them for keep ing their stalls in a housewifely manner Where Clirishnnc Tree Trimmings Aro Made Christmas tree decorations nre made in large quantities at Sonne berg Germany These find their way to all parts ofthe World Bits of News Florence Kiseckerf of the Univer sity of Kansas is considered the most versatile athlete in the west Madam Titayne Parisian jour nalist has the reputation of being the most traveled woman la the world Baptist Missionary SocietyGives Party for Foreign Women Thirty farm women Greeks Bui of the Baptist missionarysociety at garians and Mexicans were guests aChristmas party held at the church Wednesday afternoon About 50 persons were present Abrief program was given Mrs JE Stinehart played several piano numbers aiid Mrs Roger Kirk sang solos Mrs Forest Jacobs gave a reading as did Mrs Jewell pickett Than the guests turned entertain ers arid sang songs in their own languages The Greek women sang a group of carols using the Greek scale after whichthe Spanish wom en sang Holy Night Sn their native tongue The Mexican women sang a Christmas carol and a spring song Some ofthe women have been m this countryfor a number of years while others have been here only three months At the close of the afternoon tea wasserved Chimneys filled with candy were used on each tray arTd cut out in the shapes of Christmas trees were decorated with Christmas tree ornaments in frosting Miss Ruth Finwall Am ericanizationsecretary for the Bap tist church was an out of town guest J D NicholAre Hosts to FortyOne 1 at Dinner and Bridge Mr and Mrs J D Nichols en tertained 41 friends at a dinner Wednesday night at Hote HanfordFjiglish holly smilax and tapers were usep in decorations with poinsettas as flowers Bridge was the diversion during the evening Christmas colors were used in the accessories for bridge with red and green score cards and tallies Prizes for high score were award ed to Mrs J W Irons and J E E Markley Mrs Irons received a gold and green bowland Mr Markleys prize was a picture of Lincoln in gold and nlack OFTHREE SCHOOLS HONOR MISS CARRIE PFAHLER Twentyone teachers of Madison Jackson and Roosevelt schools met for dinner at the Colonial Wednes day night as a compliment to their principal Miss Carrie Pfahler Fol lowing the dinner the company played court whist thruout the eve ning with theprize for high score going to the honor guest The teach ers gave Miss Pfahler a gift Miss Edna Smith and Miss Clara Fisher were iti charge of the party BATH TOWNSHIP IVOMEN HOLD MEETING Mrs J H Stewart was hostess to women of Bath township Tuesday when they inet for the second les son on nutrition with Miss Myrtla Johnston home demonstration agent as leader The value of cer eals in the diet was discussed A nschcon was served at noon A eader from each of the nine school Istricts was present Dancing and Bridge Are Diversions at Elks Guest Night Two hundred persons attended the Elks open house and at the Elks club Wednesday night Choice in diversions was afforded the guests for both dancing and bridge were arranged Twentyfive tables were surround ed for bridge at 8 oclock and five priezs were awarded two for high scores for men two for womeni and one family prize Prize winners were E E Hunter Charles Barber Mra F S Hanson Mrs A S Knapp and Mr and Mrs Hugh Shepard Dancing was arranged from D oclock till midnight and at the close ofthe evening a buffet supper was served Milton J Wimmerwas gen eral chairman of the arrangements MRS JEWETT HOSTESS TO CENTURY OFFICERS Mrs Bert Jewett was hostess to officersof the Century association at a meeting Wednesday afternoon to discuss the work of the past year and plans for the coming year The hostess served a luncheon at the close of the afternoon JHRS WILSON HOSTESS TO MEMBERS OF NEW CLUB Mrs Raymond Wilson was hostess to eight friends at a luncheon at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday at The occasion was the organization meeting of a new club Pastel shades were used in decoration During the afternoon the guests played bridge with prize for high score goingto Mrs Milton Decker Yarn dolls were given the guests aa favors Members of the club include Mrs Harley Ransom Miss Dorothy Ransom Mrs Dudley Decker Mrs Don Law son Mrs Joel Hanes Miss Rose Kropman Mrs Milton Decker and the hostess Miss Marie Manusos was a guest FURS For a fur coat of individuality at a price you can pay have your fur coat made to order at common sense prices style and beaaty built Into every coat by experienced furriers and by using the very best of materials Coats relined repaired re styled and remodeled at a sav ing of 20 per cent We trade and arrange con venient terms Open evenings for your convenience Esti mates given Krueger Fur Shop 639 Oth St S E Phono 2169J Mason City la Quality Style nnd Service at a Reasonable Price Mr and Radcliffe Celebrate Wedding Anniversary Fiftyfour years ago Thursday and Mrs Radcliffe Ceii tral Heights were married inMalta 111 bytheRev Mr Wheeler who altho of advanced age is still en Joying good health athis home in Creston I1I Mr Radcliffe Is 76years old Radcliffe 74 andMr Wheeler the third living witness at the cere mony is nearing the century mark Mrand Mrs Radcliffe resided in Malta until 21 years ago when they moved toMason City tomake their home in CentralHeights They are the parents of five children all of whom are living The children are Mrs Ed Har rmgton and Mrs Marwood Ban field Malta 111 Mrs Elmer PfoW Manly Ross RRadcliffeand Wayne Radcllffe Mason City Both Mr and Mrs Radcliffe are enjoyinggood health They expect to spend the anniversary of the event quietly at their home here Committee Makes Plans foriOutdoor Christmas Home Decoration Contest Plans for furthering the project for outdoor decoration of local resi dences were discussed by the com mittee of the outdoor life departr ment of the Womans club Wednes day afternoon at a meeting follow ing the departmental tea The divi sion is sponsoring themovement in co operation with businessmen Membersagreed to oakthe aid of teachers in arousing the interest of the school children following a sug gestlon made in the department meeting One division of the contest is reserved for children Judges who will inspect the dec orations entered inthe contest in order to award the prizes have not been selected There will prob ably be three committees of judges one forthe adults gentries in the di vision to be judged by day another for those entered for the effect at night and another for the childrens division Bits About Em aiid Mrs Frank Pearce 22 Beaumont Drive planned to leave Thursdayhight to spend a few days in Minneapolis Their house guests Mr and Mrsi Howard Sanborn of for their home Thursday morning after a two days visit The Sanborns formerly lived iii Mason City F W Sinnott 311 Seventhstreet northwestleft Wednesday night for Minneapolis to attend a convention He will be gone for several days MrsWA Stewart 221 Fourth street northwest isin Waterloothis week visiting with her daughter i Mrs Jacob E Decker and Miss Gertrude Decker 132 Tenth street northwest and Mr and Mrs E R Dunlop 120 Fifth street northwest returned Tuesday from a Thanks giving visit in Chicago with Mr and Mrs Dunlops daughter Katherine C D Anderson iss Ruth Finwall Christian Am ericanization Missionary affiliate with the Baptist church is in the citythis week instructing teachers in the visiting and teaching of illit erate foreigners Mrs Hugh McLaughlin 609 North Madison from a vsiit with her parents Mr and Mrs Ken wick of Enirnetsbufg rs George H Free left Thurs day for her homein Algona after vjsiting for several days with her sister Mrs Frank Krumm 533 Sev enth street southeast George StreeterV manager of the Mason City Country club accom panied by Mrs Streeter returned Wednesday afternoon from Roches ter Mihri where he submitted to an operation He is reported to be feelinggood NEUBERGERBLANK Neuberger and Miss Beatrice Blank were married Tuesday by the Rev H E Whyte at the Methodist parsonage Melvin and Neuberger brother and sister of the bridegroom acted as best bridesmaid A reception was held at the Lewis Neuberger home Tuesday evening They will leave Friday for Oscasia Minn where they will spend the winter After March 1 they will be at honie on a farni east of Klemme that they have rented COMTB1Y AND IATISFACTIOH EVESY yJRCfMSI Sliell Appreciate JL JUL and better will welcome a pair better two pair ofthese smart gloves oh Christmas inorn ing The oneclasp glace Idd gloves have tailored con trasting bands at the top The slip ons are smartly stitched and the costume gloves of kid havenarrow cuffs with con trasting embroid ery or Winter colors SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS a FABLE LAMPS up 1 JUNIOR LAMPS r up BRIDGE LAMPS up Newest Models and g Designs to Choose From Whats more appropriate for the home Christmas Gift than a beau gg tifullamp sg Lamps help spread cheer all year gg long Homes which reflect the spirit of true hospitality most are those w having friendly lamps in the outof ji theway nooks and corners Select your Christmas Lamp NOW while our stocks are complete and you can have the widest range to choose from AH of the newest models and designs are represented Father wouklbe de lighted to receive a Bridge Lamp to stand beside his easy A Dainty Boudoir Lamp is just the thingfor sister Can be purchased as low as Select your Lamp Now Make a small deposit and well set it aside for Christmas delivery Peoples Gas and Electric Go For Better Appliances CALL US Every day will be a reminder of Christ mas day if you give folks useful Christ mas gifts ;