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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE BOOK REVIEW SECTION OF WOMANS to Be JE Blythes Talk Meeting on1 Wednesday Will Open Season for This Department details are adjusted for the of the book review section Jf the Womans club Wednesday toon and all is in readinessfor this irst session which will openthe years work for the department Phefeature of the first meeting will be a talk oa India and books about India by James EBIythe Lunqheon trays wiir be readyat pnd the business session to followed by the talk will begin promptly at 12 According to cus tom the plan Is to end the meeting U 1 oclock Ho reservations are required for this first meeting but at the lunch eon will he taken and lunch or dered for the same numheVof per sons at each of the meetings hew on the first and third Wednesdays of the month Reservations will be required in the future The meet ings will be held upstairs in the Y VVT C A toes Moines Man to Speak At the nextsjneetmg on 6 Forrest B Spaulding librarian at Des Moines will address the group His talk will be in the nature of a resume of late books By being privileged to hear Mr Blythes India Wednesday members of the department will havejie opportunity to build up an intelligent critical background for the many books on India that are coming from the presses Mother India by Katheriue Mayo has been one oC the most talked of books during the last decade Mother In flit is a onesided picture Discus sions An regard to it are frequently controversial and there are sharp difference of opinion on the advis ability1 of filling up a book with so many ghastly physical details Mr Blythes trained legal mind sees the attack oh the customs of India as hysterical In a new book After Mother India published by Harcourt Brace this month Harry Field de fends The new reviewed fay Edward Thompson of Vassar in the Saturday Review of Literature and Mr Thompson of fers some sharp criticism of Mr Fields inaccuracies Mr Thompson andMr Blytho are probably not very far apart in their evaluation of Miss Mayos book To Tell of Travels She left out so much oE India Mr Blytbe said She never men tions the Parsees those exceeding ly Influential followers of Zoroaster who cameflown fromPersia driv en out by tha uprising of Moslems Mr BIythe willMxwch on the high casteiHindus as he saw them in his travel in their country Whenevera person travels i seri ously he takes note of history and religion social and political activi ties in order to get a comprehension of the country Mr BIythe has gone into India with an understanding mind and he is able to give inter pretation to those who can attend the meeting Wednesday India divides itself into three parts Mr Blythes talk will begin with the west coast going into In dia at Calcutta oh to Benares back byCeylon north to Bombay then iiland a thousand miles to Agra with thegroup of buildings there including the Taj Mahal Praipes Brownes Books Mr BIythe says that one of the fairest books he knows on the re ligion of India is Believing World by Lewis Browne SociaJ and political conditions in India are important Mr BIythe will touch on the ideas of Mahatma Gandhi who was in prison in Bom bay when Mr Ely the was there Excessively High Standards Harmful to Sensitive Chile 99 Stunning Tweed Frock GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PKACT1CAL PATTERN guess about flavoring rice pudding for OO people BUT YOU can Qcliciously flavor a rice pudding for three And although millions of pounds of Hills Bros Coffee are sold every year it is never roasted in bulk Only a few pounds at a time by the continuous proc ess Controlled Roasting As a result a matchless uniform flavor is produced such as no other coffee has HILLS BROS COFFEE Fruh Irmt the ari tnu vacuum EaiUy opened the O1929 By ALICE JUDS ON PBALE A man who as a camp director has worked with boyi for many years says above al the things from which he would try to protect hisiown child is the bale ful influence of excessively high standards Children hefeels are hurt more often by high Ideals than by the lack of them The child who is a perfectionist finds life unnecessarilyhard Near lyalways he falls short inhis own eyesSeldom does he know the glow of self satisfaction and success He becomes discouraged andfre quent discouragement is not good for growth With it often go irrit ability a carrying overof the hypercriticalattitude towards oth state ofmind net calculated 16 hiake for happy social relations One such young idealist covered his feeling of self depreciation with a swaggering1 exterior that won for him the reputation of being a con ceited bully The hypercritical attitude not onlymakes difficult the childs social relationships but it stands in the way of accomplishment He starts to make something fbut as it ncars completion he sees how far it falls short of the perfect thinghe had in mind whea he began Without finishing it he Throws it aside and restlessly looks for some PthexoccuEatjonfrgmJlfhichMui all probability he will reajfno greater success His standards serve only to give him poor habits of work and a sense ofimminent failure in what ever he undertakes Give your child ideals that he can live with standards of achievement which with good effort and inten tion he may attain BIBLE ART CLASS ISPOSTPONEb The Y W C A Bible art class to be by Mrs James E BIythe will not be commenced PATTERN 87BS Suitable for sports shopping or any informal occasion is this clever tweeddress with its overblouse ef fect The long bodice line and the crossed vestee give a very slender appearanc The snug hip band with inserted pockets and the narrow skirt pleats are added features of Interest Mixed tweed should be chosen for Design and tan black red and grey green beige and white or tan pique for the vestee Large bone buttons trirn the frock in front and a tiny color ful kerchief adds chic Other suit able fabrics are wool crene jersey flannel anilkasha May be obtained only in sizes 14 6 18 20 32 34 38 40 and 42 Size 36 requires 3Vi yards tweed 54 inches wide1 and yard of pique This model is easy to make No dressmaking experience is neces sary Bach pattern comes to you with simple and exact instructions including yardage for every size A perfect fit is guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon receiptof 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted The fashion book is 15 Scents but 10 cents when ordered with a pattern Address all mail and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Depart ment 243 West Seventeenth Street New York City Tuesday of this week as was orig inally planned The first meeting of the series of six will be held next week at 8 oclock Oct 22 at the Y W C A Mrs BIythe will deliver a lecture at this hour each week for six weeks Bits Aboutem Is gooddesign a matter of expense Should you spend exorbitant earns COAT WEEK Big CoatsLittle Coats Dark CoatsLJght Coats Plain CoatsFurred Coats Expensive Coats Inexpensive Coats Name It Weve Got It Coat Week PALAIS ROYAL IP YOU HAVJE AN OLD COAT PREPARE TO SHED IT NOW Charlotte Blumenstiel returned Sunday afternoon to her home at 145 North Delaware avenue after pendingthe weekend at the home Domingcelebration at Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls vhcre she attended college Mildred Rose Hotel Hanforrf vent to Des Moines Saturday night ind spent Sunday at the home of er Brother and his wife Mr and rg Leslie Rose She returned Sun ay night Klizabeth Dykeman who is cm ployed store went to Charles City Sunday and the day the home of her ilster Mrs George Wentland End her husband She was accompanied by Marie Kober lo cal schools Mr and Mrs R E Stirling of Waterloo spent the weekend with Mrs Laura Stirling 17 North Adams avenue On Sunday Mrs Stirling had as her guests also Mr and Mrs C H1 Finlayson nnd their children John and William and Miss Alta Zeiner of Waterloo a Mr and Mrs H H Hood left Monday morning for their homa in Florida after spending the summer here with their daughter Mrs W S Taylor 1020 Maple Drive They will make the trip by car Mr and Mrs Jack Fiaher Globe Gazette apartments drove to Boone Sunday and spent the day visiting Velalivea Mr and Mrs Howard Mr Skellingers sister Rulh Monday morning for Los Angeles Cal for an indefinite visit with their brother Ray Skellinger They may locate in California permanent ly Until recently Miss SkeUinger has been employed with the Merkel company John Adams Hughes Bryant Curtis Friesner Wilbur Casslday Mary Stevens Lorraine Lyons nnd Jean McDonald drove home from Iowa City and spent Sunday here with their parents They arc all un dergraduate students at the univer sity except Jean McDonald who Is teaching half time Jn the English department and is spending the rest of her time working toward her masters degree They left Sunday night Mr and Mrs CWBossert of Los Angeles left Monday for Web ster City after visiting for the past week at the home of Mr and Mrs R W Willis 221 Ninth street north west They will leave for Los Ange les from Webster City Mr and Mrs Ralph Lloyd Jones returned Saturday night from an extended motor trip thru thesouth following the American Legion ctn yention held at LouisvilleKy Their jaunt largelyone of business in cluded visits in Kentucky Arkan sas Oklahoma and Kansas Mr Lloyd Jones was a member of the child welfare committee at the Le gion convention and Mrs Lloyd Jones took part in the deliberations of the national auxiliary organiza lon which elected an lowan Mrs Virginia McCrae of Council BlufiJ president Miss Lucille Runnestrand senior it the University of Minnesota and Scott Schpen sports editor of the iochester PostBulletin were guests 72 Attend Meeting of Kill Kare Klub at Cahills Home A company to the number of 72 persons gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Cahill in the coun try for meeting of the KillKare Klub was given by group three fwith Roy Kiser acting as chairman The meetingopened with roll cali to which each person responded by describing the face of the person to the right of him with an adjective letter The next portion of the program was da voted to musicby the Kitchen Klatter orchestra an aggregation employing kitchen utensils aa their Instruments Park Thomason gave a ukilin solo and Lawrence Matzen gave a rend fng A solo dance was performed by Doris Payne after whicK a playlet was given by Waiter Matzen Earl Hanson and Matilda Varvel Cata eryn Kiser gave a vocal solo Mrs Prank Miller and Mrs Ralph Dunn together gaye anovel musical entertainment lit which one reada section from a book while the other Imitated the effect oh the piano Roy Kiser and Gilbert Davison gave The Two Black Crows after which the orchestra gave additional will make their new home They were accompanied by Miss Gwen Thomas NEW YEARS BRIDE music Mrs Paul Payne lommunity singing led the CALENDAR TUESDAY at the home of Mr and Mrsf Gor don L Gllmoro Sunday H I Paulsrud and his daughters Virginia and Janet left Sunday morning for Minneapolis where they Matinee Will meet with Mrs L S Saund crs 21D South Louisiana avenue for luncheon Hostesses Mrs Saunders Mrs iJee Long Mrs Harold Johnson Alcor Shrine No White Shrine of Jerusalem will meet in the Masonic temple at Covered dish supper at Make rssermtions with Mrs L G Dreyer and Mrs Av R Lenz PrlsclUa club Will meet with Mr Qua Casey 612 South Pennsylvania avenue at W R C and Social Circlei Will meet at in the Cham ber of Commerce hall WaTanYo Will meet at the Hotel Hanford at noon for luncheon T N T Will meet at the Y W C A for dinner at Clio Will meet with Miss Ruth Stev ens 321 North Washington ave nue Mrs Knesel will lead the les son on Mar got Asqutth Country Will hold the regular bridge party in the evening Committee Mr and Mrs H E Hanson Mr and Mrs W K McAllister Tuesday Bridge Will meet with Mrs H W Frezee 744 Fourth street south west SHEFFIKLp WOMAN HOSTESS AT LUNCH Mrs C C Yelland of Sheffield entertained 20 guests at luncheon Monday at the Colonial The affair was given in honor of Mrs Charles Carhat of California who is visiting friends in the community PICKFORDS ABE HOSTS AT DINNER Arthur Pickford and Mrs Mar garet L Pickford 20t Seventh street northeast entertained Mr and Mrs Earl Hall and their family at a 6 oclock dlmier Sunday even ing ANGISLLS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs Guy Angell North Carolinaavenue entertained 20 friends Saturday evening at their homo The event was In observance of the sixteenth wedding annivotv Gary of the host and hostess The evening was spent in dancing and at midnight a supper was served HIGH SCHOOT MOTHERS GROUP PLANS SfEETING Mothers of highschool students who met recently for the purpose of organizing a study club willmeet again this Wednesay at in the board of education room of the ad ministration building Mrs Jay Lorenz chairman of the organiza tion committee will give a report on the work she and her helpers have acnomnllshed and Superinten dent F T Vasey will discuss the proDOsed course of study for the club MONnOKrWASHINGTON CHILD STUDY CIRCLE TO MEET Members of tha MonroeWash ington Child Study Circle will bold their regular meeting Thursday night at the home of Mrs Jay Lor enz 410 Seventh street northwest A large representation of Ortd Fellows left Sunday and Monday fjr Oelwein to attend the annual con vention of the state organization this wesk The degree tefm how ever will not Iave until the lattsr part of the wuek Guests of the evening were Mr and Mrs E F Toinby Mason City Mr and Mrs Paul Hineh Carters ville Mr and Mrs Howard Wendell Mrs Wiliey and Esther Miller of Waterloo Ellen Furston and Bert Lieuwen Wed in Quiet Ceremony Ellen Funston 801 North Wash ington avenue was married Satur day afternoon to Bert Lieuwen son ofMr and Mrs T T Lieuwen of Belmond and the ceremony was read by the Rev R H Pannkuk of Meservey Attendants were Maurine Lieu wen sister of the bridegroom maid of honor and Joe Pals of Meservey best man The bride wore a dress of tan georgette and her corsage was of rosebudsThe bridesmaids corsage also was of rosebuds and shewore green georgette A wedding dinner was served fol lowing the ceremony Mrs Lieuwen was reared in Crawfordsville Ind and was grad uated from the high school there For the past few years she has been employed in the county treasurers Mr Lieuwea Is employed by tho Standard Oil company They will make tneir home at the Kirk apartments Y W C A POOL DRAWS CKOWOS Fifty youngsters made use the pool at the Y W Saturday after noon They are learning strokes and diving in preparation for a demon stration to be held soon Stephanie physical director plans to sort1 of demonstration month as was the practice lastyear Volley ball will be the order o the eveningagain in the gymnasium Monday night On Tuesday Red Cross beginners and swimmers tests will be given About 25 adults are enrolled In the gym classes between G and 7 and 7 and 8 Tuesday eve nings More than 100 health certificates for swimmers have been Issued this fallThat means that there are that many new swimmers for certifi cates issued last year are still good FREEMAN LADIES AID WILL MEET The Freeman Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs A T Miseldine by Kirk tTHE engagement and approaching marriage of Evelyn Southard and Leon F Bell son of Mr and MrsStewart Bell 517 SouthVan Buren avenue was announced by the parents of the bride Mr and Mrs J B Southard 1020 East State street Saturday night At the close of the evening a Local Women Will Go to District Meeting of Missionary Group A group or25 or 30 local workers In the Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist church is expected to go to the meeting of the Waterloo district division of that organization to be held in Nora Springs Wednesday Plans for the year helpful suggestions in ing on the work and similar dis cussions will occupy the time Those expecting to go may make reser vation with Mrs H L Campbell Several Mason City women will appear on the program They are Mrs C E Cooper Mrs Frank Cur rie Mrs W R Webster Mrs H v MacGregor and Mrs G A Boggje MrsV W H Borman of Mason City is vice president of the district or ganization A number of workers In the so ciety returned Monday morning from the branch meeting at Des Moines Those who attended were Mrs H L Campbell Mrs G A Boggle Mrs Victor Nelson and Mrs w H Borman The meeting will begin at 8 oclock Wednesday morning and tha sessions will be concluded during that single day n i STUDENTS TO HAVE LUNCHEONS Students of Hamiltons Business college will meet at the Y W C A Tuesday noon for luncheon and from now oh the event will be a regularsweekly event Former stu dents of the institution who are now working here will be welcomed at the meetings txi me uiuae 01 tne evening a luncheon that was food for thot as well as for hungry guests was served The supper was in two courses the second being baked apples but when the guests bit into the fruit they found that the cores had been removed and rolls of paper bearing the news of the coming wedding Inserted instead The cere mony will take place New Years day at the home of the brides par ents During the evening the guests all Intimate friends of the bride pJayed five hundred at four tablesPrizes for high score went to Leon Bell and John Jewelson received the prize for low score Miss Southard Is a graduate of the Mason City high school and is now employed as stenographer at Pfaff baking company Mr Bell is also a graduate of the local high school and is now material inspector forthe Iowa State Highway depart ment Made for Beautiful Women Beauties who guard their complex ions use MELLOGLOFace Powder only Famous for color ing matter is approved by the Gov ernment The skin never looks pasty or flaky It more smoothly and produces a youthful bloom Made by a new French process MELLO GLO Face Powder stays on longer The DamonTgoti Co 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