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_. 12 July 15, IMS IU*»> Ciljr GI*b*-Gai«tt«, Mu*m City, U. Get Out Thai Old Fashioned 'Buttonhook! By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Fashion Editor You may take your choice next fall between spat shoes, bootees and buttoned footgear that re-> quires an old-fashipned buttonhook. > There's news in the fall shoe lineup, with new silhouettes, new colors, nsw leather combinations, new heel shapes. The shoe designers have decided it's high time they shared headlines with the dressmakers and the milliners. And this fall headlines will go to the feet. Biggest news in the fall shoe story is the higher shoe, whether buttoned, buckled or laced. Closed toes and heeis are the thing, and heels themselves take on new shapes, mostly the curved French type, in either medium or high styles. There is a soft dressmaker look to most of the newest shoes, even those designed for wear with suits. Draped vamps, fabric and leather combinations, delicate strap and filigree treatments all contribute to a ladylike effect. With ail the new styles rampant, the pump remains the favorite shoe style for fall—but it has a different last, a more pointed toe, a curved heel. Straps also are important in the fall picture, from the one-strap pump to the bootee height with 5 or 6 straps from instep to ankle. Ties ana oxfords also are back, in both tailored* and dressy styles. And prices—they're still up, in most cases a little higher than last season. V. F. W. WOMEN OF THE MOOSE MEET FOR CARD PARTY Women of the Moose sponsored a card party Wednesday afternoon at Moose hall. Prizes in bridge went to Mrs. O. T. Anderson and Mrs. Eva Hubbard and in 500 to Mrs. Margaret Beery and Mrs. A. Hammond. Mrs. Guy'Roark received the attendance prize. Another party will be held July 28. Auxiliary — . + ^ i 4 Are Initiated as Members During Meeting Makes Plans for Coming Events Mr. and Mrs. William Soursos, 744 3rd S. W., announce the engagement and a p p r o a c h i ng marriage of their daughter, Marie, to Clair E. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Thomas, Mason City. The wedding date has been set for Aug. 15. Greek Youth Club to Sponsor Dance The Greek Youth club (American Hellenic Orthodox Youth) will sponsor a dance Saturday night at the Greek church, 14th and Washington N. W. The pai-ty is for all who are interested and admission will be free. Refreshments will be sold. —o— JOAN BEHNE TO WED PAUL J. WATERS Nora Springs — Mr, and Mrs. Lee M. Behne of Rockford, formerly of Nora Springs, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joan, to Paul J. Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Waters of Charles City. The wedding will take place Aug. 2, at the Holy Name Catholic church in Rockford. to J^t VUedd Ult our a, Get This Booklet Free at No Obligation Social Calendar THURSDAY Women of the Moose— 8, Moose hall. Building Trades council— 8, Labor hall. Central Lutheran Evening group— 8, Pearl and Florence Rohr, 551 7th S. E. FRIDAY St. John's Episcopal Womanhood 1 to 4, rectory lawn. Past President's Parley— 2, Mrs. Emma Duncan, Clear Lake. Baptist Johnson division— 2, Mrs. August Johnson, 614 Connecticut S. E. Our Saviour's Dorcas circle— 1:30, church. Queen Rebekah lodge— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. B. A. R. E. auxiliary— 8, Labor hall. —o— NAVY MOTHERS CLUB MEETS FOR PICNIC North Iowa Navy Mothers club met for its annual picnic Wednesday afternoon in East park, with 9 members and 3 guests present. Following a picnic dinner at noon, a short business session was held. ATHLETES POOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT, IN ONE HOUR, IF NOT PLEASED, your 35c back. Ask any druggist for this STRONG fungicide, TE-OL. Made with 90 percent alcohol, jt PENETRATES. Reaches and kills MORE germs faster. Today at Englcr Drup Co. AMAZING DRESS SCOOP! Coming events were planned and reports on past activities presented at the meeting of San Juan Marne auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Wednesday evening at V. F. W. home, with Mrs. John Pinta, president, in charge. The opening exercises were conducted by Mrs. Pinta, assisted by the ritual team consisting of Mmes. James Edgington, Robert Rish, Barbara Melsh, Ed Pearson, Donald Fry, Elmer Zeigler, Ray Van Note, Otto Elgelbretson, Anna Bowers, Mollie Carlson and Vida Muhlert. Four new members were initiated into the auxiliary by the ritual team, assisted by Mrs. William Harrington,, Mrs. Arthur O'Green and Mrs. Clint Mott. The new members include Mrs. Leland Nelson, Mrs. Bernard Monroe, Mrs. Edwin Hendrickson, and Mrs. Kenneth Millard. A rummage sale was announced for Aug. 17 and those having articles for sale may call Mrs. Elmer Zeigler, 2284W. Mrs. Clint Mott, junior advisor, announced a picnic for the junior unit members July 28 at Clear Lake. Mrs. 'Ed Fisher was installed as auxiliary historian by Mrs. Mollie Carlson, installing officer. Reports were given on the state encampment held in Des Moines in June by Mrs. Elmer Person and Mrs. Arthur O'Green. The auxiliary hospital chairman, Mrs. James Edgington, reported on the sewing bee held in June and read n letter of appreciation from Mrs. Snelson department of Iowa hospital hostess, for outstanding donations from the local auxiliary to the Knoxville veterans hospital. Another sewing session will be held the evening of July 21 at the home of Mrs. John Pinta, 406 21st S. E. The V. F. W. national encampment will be held in St. Louis Aug. 24 to Sept. 4. An invitation was read from the V. F. W. post for a family pot luck dinner to be held Aug. 6 on the V. F. W. lawn. There will be games and prizes for the children. The next meeting was announced for Aug. 11. FAIR VIEW LADIES AID PLANS SOCIAL Fair View Ladies aid will sponsor a benefit ice cream social on the lawn of the Chris Holm farm, 2 miles north and 2i miles west of the Beet Sugar plant, Saturday evening. Proceeds will go to aid 4 blind boys froVn Piney Woods school, Miss. The boys will give a musical program every half hour during the social which will begin at 8 o'clock. KILL KARE KLUB PICNIC POSTPONED Kill Kare Klub picnic which was planned for Sunday has been postponed to a later date. NEAR 60TH ANNIVERSARY—Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Griffith, 221 14th S. E., will observe their 60th wedding anniversary Sunday. The day-will also be Mr. Griffith's 85th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith were married July 18, 1888, in Mason City by the Rev. William Hall. She was born Sylvia Kanute, on Oct. 20, 1869, near Amsterdam, Holland, and Mr. Griffith was born in Richland Center, Wis. • The Griffith have 2 children, L. E. Griffith of Arcadia, Cal., and Mrs. Lloyd Geer of Mason City. Their grand children are Barney Griffith and Mrs. Meredith Dillon and they have a great granddaughter, Linda Mae Dillon. SPECIAL PURCHASE! SUMMER FASHIONS EVERY DRESS BRAND NEW! VALUES TO 7.95 Very Sheer 15 Denier 51 Gauge NYLONS $«.75 $1.95 Values Now AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. James Hunter and daughter, DuRee, 717 Crescent place, accompanied by Mrs. Hunter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walker of Nevada, have returned from a 3 weeks vacation trip through the west. They stopped at Salt Lake City, Reno, Chico, San Francisco, Monterey, Los Angeles and San Diego, Cal., Tiajuana, Mexico, returning across the desert of Arizona and New Mexico. They traveled through Texas and came north through the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mallo, 207 East State, have arrived home from a 6 weeks vacation visiting relatives and friends including the Earl Hunts at Russeville, Ark., the Clement Garners at Phoenix, Ariz., the Ernest Maxson family at Whittier, Cal., their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Mallo, and granddaughter, Patricia, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Olson, at Los Angeles, and a nephew, Harold Moorehead at McGill, Nev. They went deep sea fishing while in Los Angeles and stopped in Yellowstone park and the Black Hills, enroute. Bethlehem Ladies Aid Has Meeting Bethlehem Ladies aid met in the social rooms of the church Wednesday night, the Rev. C. A. Hinz opening the session with devotions. Mrs. Victor Snyder presided at the meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Gerd Eden, Mrs. Rudy Hiller and Mrs. Robert Heimbuck. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. Ralph Horn. Mrs. Dorrance Jacobs and Mrs. Gordon Lee. Betty Caldwell of Hollywood to Visit Here Betty Caldwell of Hollywood, formerly of Mason City, will arrive here Friday morning from Chicago, where she is currently making a commercial moving picture with Don Wilson and Billie Burke. Miss Caldwell flew from Los Angeles to Chicago Sunday to start work on the picture, which is in the nature o£ a travelogue, with the Greyhound Bus line being featured. Miss Caldwell is Don Wilson's secretary in the film. Miss Caldwell will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Coggins, 224 W. State, for a few days before returning to Chicago. She is currently with Monogram Studios in Hollywood. GROUP MEETING IS HELD AT BILSTADS Central Lutheran northeast group met at the home of Mrs. O. E. Bilstad, 1228 12th N. E., Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Howard Horn read the lesson on the origin of the hymn, "Rock of Ages." Guests were the Rev. Marvin Lee, Mrs. V. J. Phillips, Mrs. K. O. Myli and Miss Valborg Bilstad. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be in September. Reports Made by Temperance Union Women Woman's Christian Temperence Union met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C. B. Letts, 247 14th S. E. Mrs. W. A. Cagle presided, opening the meeting with the reading the "Charter of the United Nations," followed by the pledge of allegiance. Topics were given by Miss Betty Russell, Mrs. August Johnson, Mrs. Cagle, Miss Julia Russell and Miss Minnie Lien. Mrs. Leon Thomas reviewed Gertrude H. Walton, department president's letter, commenting on the world and national conventions, which she attended. Miss Minnie Lien conducted the "Review of the Year Book." Mrs Cagle commented on the department convention at Burlington and announced the coming departmen convention to be held at Marshalltown. Mrs. Johnson reported on the various departments of the W. C T. U., the year book urging the use of parliamentary law and so cial morality, and placed ernpha sis on construction rather than de struction. The Cerro Gordo county convention will be held Aug. 24 at the First Methodist church at Clear Lake with a pot luck dinner at noon. Clear Lake Union will be hostess. Refreshments were served by TO BE BRIDE—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mattoon of Britt. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Pearl, to Norman Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson of Britt. The - wedding will take place the latter part of July. the hostess assisted by her granddaughter, Mrs. Raymond M. Dost of Wink, Texas. The next meeting will be at the home of Miss Charity Russell, 411 E. State on Aug. 11. Election of officers will be held. You'll Buy a Wardrobe of them at this LOW PRICE ONE AND TWO PIECE STYLES! Sunbacks Boleros Button Fronts Cottons Rayons Bembergs Chambrays Butcher Linens SOLIDS PRINTS STRIPES SIZES 9 to 15 — 14 to 20 — 38 to 44 PICNIC PLANNED AT MOTT COTTAGE The fellowship members of the Loyal Order of the Moose and friendship members of the Women of the Moose and their families will hold a picnic at the Vern Mott cottage, Clear Lake, July 18 at 4 p. m. When recipes call for "trying out" salt pork or other fat, cut it in small pieces and heat it slowly in a heavy frying pan until the fat is extracted. Smith-Crandall Wedding Is Held Charles City — Miss Genevieve Jeanette Crandall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orla Crandall, Charles City, was married July 10 to Paul A. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Smith, St. Joseph, Mich, in the parsonage of St. John's Lutheran church with the Rev Walter M. Fritschel, pastor, officiating. Maid of honor was Miss Viola Bonsall, friend of the bride. Gary Jensen acted as best man. The bride is a 1948 graduate o the Charles City high school and was formerly employed at Allen's cafe. The bridegroom is a gradual of the St. Joseph's high school, St Joseph, Mich., and is an employ of the Oliver Corporation in Charles City. They plan to maki wedding trip later in the year. Rita Merman Weds R C. Oberhauser Stacyville—Miss Rita Merman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Merman of Stacyville, became the bride of Raymond C. Oberhauser, on of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ober- lauser of Independence, at a double ring ceremony performed by he Rev. Bertrand Kalb at Visi- ation church, Stacyville, July 10. Miss-Frances Oberhauser, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid and the bridegroom was attended by Elmer Morman, brother of the bride. A dinner was served at Kelley's coffee shop for 25 guests and a reception was held in the afternoon and evening at the home of the bride's parents. After a trip through the Black Hills, the couple will be at home at Osage. Mr. Oberhauser is employed at the Co-Op Oil company and Mrs. Oberhauser at the Man- Knitting Mills. Help r«Hm distress of MONTHLY FEMALE COMPLAINTS Are you troubled by distress of female functional periodic disturbances? Does this make you suffer from pain, feel so nervous, tired— at such times? Then DO try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Plnkham's has a grand soothing effect on one o} woman's most important organs! Casual Wear 2546 SIZES \Z • it 3 SOUTH FEDERAL, Figure-Flattering SWISH! i ....in Rustling Moire Taffeta. Junior date-darl ings--so dreamy for now into Fall. Pick your pretty from a new group- in black and luscious pastels. Sizes 9 to 15. Here's your chance to get thai topper for little money. Pastel colors and darks in sizes 8 to IS. Entire stock reduced. Now $12.95 to $45.00. Meet your smaller waistline In this dress with a panel back skirt. Buttoned from neck to new flaring hemline for a slim trim look. 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