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July 25, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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BIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. JULY 25 ·§ 1935 MORNING MUSICAL IS HELD AT W; H: HATHORN HOME Californian Is Featured oil Program Trio Yiolin, Piano, Cello Play Selections for "*' Gathenng. Mrs. Rachel Senior Merrill was guest artist at a. program of trio music played Wednesday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Hathorn, 654 East State street. Oth- ,ers in the trio were Mrs. Merrill's sister, Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, and Mrs. Stinehart's son, James. Mrs. Merrill is a violinist and'won nationalfame when she played with Sousa's band. Mrs. Stinehart is a pianist and Mr. Stinehart, a cellist. The program 1 included two movements from the Beethoven trio No. 1, two movements from the Arensky trio in D minor and "Scherzo" from one of the Mendelssohn trios. Mrs'. Merrill played a group of violin solos, "Nocturne" by Boulanger, "Rondino" by Beethoven-Kreisler and "Waves at Play" by Edwin Grasse. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill are visiting from California at the homes of the Stineharts! They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fraser, 1408 Hampshire place northeast, Wednesday .night. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill and Mr, and Mrs. Fraser have played in the same musical organizations in former days. . _ ,j._^. MISS PAUIJNE FALEO HONORED AT SHOWER Miss June 'Peterson, 1512 Adams avenue northwest, entertained at a shower Wednesday evening honoring Miss Pauline Faleo. The time was spent informally. Refreshments were served and gifts presented to Miss Faleo who will become the bride 'of Lowell Ross on Aug. 30. ATTRACTIVE AND COOL GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue. New York City By DIANA DAY Crossover Fastening Is Appealing Detail of This Gown Made With Cool Cape Sleeves. E. N. A. HEALTH CLUB MEETS FOB PICNIC Members of the R. N. A. Health club and R. N. A. juveniles met in West park Wednesday for a picnic dinner in charge of Mrs. C. A. Budworth. Games and contests for. the children were held with Peggy Lee Hayes winning the "beam" contest and Luanna Gribben and Joseph Lynch, the foot race. There were 55 present and Mr. and Mrs. Will Vance and son of Nora Springs were guests. Mrs. Vance is sued invitations to a group of women at a 1 o'clock bridge luncheon Here's one of those lovely crossover styles which matrons--and others--find so satisfying and becoming. White flowers on Dubonnet-red ground made the original of today's frock. And you know how smart and perfect this scheme is for town or country wear. Tiny checked batiste in lilac and purple, dusty pink linen, aqua-blue tub silk, etc., are also good.' · Style No. 3479 is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48- inches bust. Size : 36 requires 3^. yards of. 39-inch-material for dress with cape. Send 1 15 cents-(-ISc), (coin preferred).; for-pattern. Write plainly your name, address and. style number. Be sure to state-size you wish. Summer-fashion book costs 10 cents. Send, for your copies today! Book and pattern together 25 cents Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York-City. the oracle of R. N. A. the Nora Springs 50th Wedding Anniversary Is Held by Pair Mr. and Mrs. Ed Solum, 526 Sixth street southeast, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at Edgewater park, Albert Lea, July 21. They were married July 20, 1885 at Decorah and lived at Norman, near the Minnesota state line until eight years ago when they moved to Mason City. Mr. Solum is 73 years old and Mrs. Solum, 69 years. Mr. Solum was a carpenter and has built many country and city homes in the vicin- ty of Norman. Their seven children were present or the celebration. Thev are: Mr. on Saturday as a courtesy to Mrs. * nl ? Mr , s : EIme F ?? Ium ' AB j s TM a £ k N ' ,, _ ,, . ; . Dak.; Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson C. R. Mounce, former instructor m and Mr ^j Mrs . Henry Edwin , the Garner schools, who arrived oth of Albert Lea; Mr. and Mrs. Thursday, accompanied by C. R. I Lester Ldndsall, Mr. ana Mrs. Dutch Girl From India Is Mannikin Likes American Men, But Prefers to Marry Frenchman. By MARY FENTRESS United Press Staff Correspondent PARIS, July 25. (UP)--From the Oriental mystery of far-away India to the bright lights of Paris came a dark-haired, blue-eyed Dutch girl, whose unhappy marriage and divorce capitulated her suddenly into a new world where she had to work to provide herself with necessities rather than accept luxuries that had always fallen her way. Today she is mannikin at the dress house-of Jean Fatoui · · .Her name is -Jacqueline Kluyt. She was born of Dutch parentage in Soura'baia; India. She was well educated and learned to speak English, French .and German .as well as her own native Dutch. When she was 18 a Dutchman, who came to Sourabaia on business, fell in love with Jacqueline. They were married in India and then her husband brought her to the Hague where he installed Jacqueline in a comfortable home. She had no worries other than wrinkling her straight little nose in indecision as to whether to choose a sophisticated black satin for her next evening gown or to select a white velvet to set off her shining, black hair. Divorced After 5 Years. Five years later Jacqueline came to Paris to get. a divorce. She had never been trained to work, but she loved, and knew clothes. Her friends suggested that she become a man- nikin and the Jast five years of her life have been spent parading in exclusive Paris creations in luxurious salons. If Jacqueline models a costume so well that a customer decides to order one like it, she earns" an extra commission above her salary. Gets Scholarship Mrs. M e r 1 S i m s of Dubuque, formerly of Mason City, has received a partial scholars h i p to study u n d e r Mary Garden at the Chicago Musical college this summer. Mrs. Sims will have 18 h o u r s a w e e k for six weeks u n d e r the tutelage of M,i s s. Garden. The competitors f r o m w h o m Mrs. Sims was c h o s e'n were largely profes-. sional singers with opera repertoires. .Newspaper c r i t i c s and Miss Garden a c t e d as judges. A RUSSELL PHOTO . . . Is the finest record you can make of your wedding day. It will be something t h a t you will cherish and enjoy in the future. RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 2272--Next J. CJ. Pcnnpy Co. Mounce and son Warren for a visit in the home of Supt. and Mrs Mounce. C. R. Mounce was athletic director in tie Garner schools and Mrs. Mounce, the former Miss Luella Smeby, was instructor of English in the schools here. Both Supt. and Mrs.. Mounce have taught in the schools of Hamakaupoko, Hawaiian Islands, since leaving sevl eral years ago. --*!·-- Return From Vacation. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. Paul James and sons, Donald Lloyd and Clare, returned Tuesday night from a vacation spent at Lake Vermilion, Minn. Mr. .James, who had not been well for some time, is feeling much improved. · George Solum; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Solum and Lewis Solum, all of Mason City. Others present were Mrs. Lizzie Pfarrer and Rudolph Studer, Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carlson, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Gust Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Em- When asked if she enjoyed her work she opened her large blue eyes in surprise and said decisively: Works to Earn. "No, I,work because I must earn my living and I think one always tires of something which one is obliged to do day in and day out. I love beautiful clothes and would love to have them for myself. The job is well paid and so I continue being a mannikin. "Woman's place is in the home, not out in the business world, and I hope someday to fall in love again and remarry." Questioned as to what sort of man she might eventually marry, Jac- mons, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dahl, i queline answered immediately: aJl of Emmons, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. " T "*"" TM="~ - TM v. James Neste, Albert Lea, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson, Ellendale, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rudd, Thompson; Mr. and Mrs. Ole S. Johnson, Lake Mills, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Edwards and niece of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson, Leland, and Henry Rengstad, Emmons, Minn. A purse of money was presented Mr. and Mrs. Solum. A picnic dinner was served in the park. A combination of ten essential ingredients that are more evenly balanced and give greater nourishment to the human system than any other ingredients known . . . 'I shall marry a Frenchman and become a French citizen. I like American men, they are wonderful friends, but I prefer to marry a Frenchman." American Women Praised. Jacqueline thinks that American women are the most beautiful in the world, and feels that she is a good judge as she meets every nationality in her work. "American women have tne most beautiful faces and figures," she said, "but they spoil their good looks by a lack of taste in dressing. When an American learns taste in selecting her clothes, she completely outshines women of other nationalities." This lovely mannikin has decided ideas not only about herself but about other women. She disagrees with the popular supposition that Parisian women, achieve more real chic than women of any other nation and argues that Argentine women are the best dressed in "the world. "Argentines' have an innate good taste about clothes and when they spend a lot of money on themselves, they reach a smartness that no other women achieve," she said. Smokes But Does Not Drink. Jacqueline is one of these fortunate girls who do not have to bother about diet and exercise. She is tall and has a slim but rounded figure. She eats whatever and whenever she likes and her weight does not vary. She does not drink alcohol, but says that is because she dislikes the taste. "And I smoUe lots too much,", she concluded. Jacqueline has an oval face with a small perfectly shaped month. Her large blue eyes look even brighter with their fringe of curly, black lashes. She wears her black hair cropped rather closely at the nape of the neck and slightly curled. Her hair is cut in bangs in front, but rather than wearing them like everyone else over the forehead, she brushes them back in a loose roll at the hair line. Uses Little Makeup. She uses very little makeup, a touch of blue eye shadow, a suggestion of mascara and a deep rose shade of lipstick. Her favorite pastimes are swimming and trips to the country. She has never had any stage aspirations but admits she has always wanted to do screen work. Although she s p e a k s perfect French she has an unmistakable Dutch accent which bars her from the French cinema. She longs to go to Hollywood where strangers are not hindered in a film career because of a foreign accent. Giiesfs From South Dakofa. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Ole Espeland. daughter. Mildred, and son, Donald of Centerville. ?. Dak., are ,'isiting at the F. W. Bowman home. Mr. Espeland was letter carrier from the local postoffice several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith, 27 Sixth street northwest, returned Wednesday from a two weeks' trip north. They drove to Port Arthur, Canada, and returned by way of Wisconsin, stopping at Rhinelander in the lake region for a rew days. * * * Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell and son of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wilson of Stout have returned to their homes after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. James J. Carey, 615 Eighth street southeast, Mr. and Mrs. George Caldwell, 1703 North Federal avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wilson, Central heights. A picnic supper was held Wednesday in their honor. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jacobs of St. Paul and Miss Ida Specter of Chicago have been visiting for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Nate Katz, 1125 Second street northwest. Miss Sarah Katz returned to St. Paul with the Jacobs. * . # * Mrs. Nelle Schwartz has returned to her home after spending several days visiting at 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eukle, St. Ansgar. » * * Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Cleary. 17 River heights, have been spending some time at Breezy Point Lodge, on Big Pelican lake, near Pequoi, Minn. * # * Miss Adeline Mark of Chicago is visting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mark, 123 Jackson avenue southwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Reishus, 31 River heights, are expecting as their week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Erickson and daughter, Helen Elizabeth of Dorchester, Wis. and Mr. and Mrs.: Harold Reishus and son, J. W., of Quincy, 111. . Mrs. Erickson will be remembered as Mildred Reishus who formerly taught here. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reishus and son are enroute to northern Minnesota . on a vacation trip. · ' * * · * · Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Beerman of Aberdeen, S. Dak., formerly of Mason City, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hanson, 510 Ninth street southeast. * * * Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Bright and daughter, Helene, 1104 West State street, who, with a party of relatives, are vacationing in California, plan to leave the first of the week for home. They have visited Catalina Island and various points of interest in the west. * * * W. Earl Hall drove to Des Moines Thursday to be a speaker at a testimonial program honoring Miss Agnes Samuelson, newly elected president of the National Education Association. Other Mason Cityans who accompanied Mr. Hall to Des Moines are Superintendent R. B. Irons, Principal James Rae and Charles Neveln. MINNEAPOLITANS LICENSED TO WED NORTHWOOD, July 25.--All marriage licenses for the past five days were issued to couples from Minneapolis, as follows: Clifford D. McDougal and Elsie M. Schuster, Harold E. Bathen and Ruth Lee, Walter S. Sandlo and Ruth Misko- wic. SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY. Tusalata club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. picnic. L. U. G. A. club- Mrs. A. M. Matzen. Royal Neighbors-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. FRIDAY Woman's Labor bureau-7:30 o'clock, Labor temple, refreshments served. Ben Hur Juniors-3 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Presbyterian Women-2:30 o'clock, church parlors. Christian Workers-Group 1, 1 o'clock. Mrs. Mark Sackett; Central Heights; group 2, Mrs. Charles A. Knouse, 857 Second street northwest; group 3, I o'clock, East park, picnic; group 4, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Tod Ransom, 234 Sixth street northwest; group 5, 12:30 o'clock, East park, picnic, Mrs. L. E. Newcomer, Mrs. Joe Sheka, hostesses; division 6, 7 o'clock, Spring park, breakfast. Pleasant Ridge club-Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean. Pelasant Labor bureau-7 o'clock, Labor temple. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock, Moose hall. SOUTH DAKOTANS HONORED AT CLUB M. and Mrs. F. E. Reishus, 31 River heights, entertained at dinner Wednesday evening at the Mason City "Country club honoring two former Mason Cityans, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Beerman of Aberdeen, S. Dak., who are visiting here. A pink and blue color scheme was caried out at the table where covers were laid for 10 guests. Bridge was played during the evening with high score prizes going to Mr. and Mrs. Beerman. Mrs. Brand Honored. DOWS--Mrs.. C. F. Peterson entertained the Presbyterian Missionary society Tuesday evening. The members and a few guests honored Mrs. E. E. Brand who is moving away. Trouble with an income is to get it to come in.--Florida Times-Union. Your Classroom clothes should include a HAND KNIT DRESS If you're going to college this fall .' . . you'll 'want smart clothes for the classroom and campus. Plan to take along a striking Hand Knit Dress. Start making it NOW! We'll help you plan it, stitch by stitch. The Knitting Needle 221-222 1st National Bank Bldg. Marjorie and Doreen Chapman WHEN Q U I V E R I N G N E R V E S WON'T LET YOU S L E E P Doesn't the night seem an eternity? Yc.: toss and turn--try to find a Cool spot on the pillow--hear · theclockstrike downstairs; Today's' excitement and tomorrow's ·worry are beating through your brain: You count sheep frantically--but outraged nerves refuse to relax. Take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound regularly for a while. It quiets quivering nerves- induces restful sleep--makes life a little easier. "It Seemed As If Morning Would Never Come" says Mrs: Emma G. Batcbelder of 32 Heard St., Chelsea, Massachusetts. "I was so nervous I could cot set to sleep. My husband works hard at engineering and needs his sleep but 1 kept him awake too. I heard about the Vegetable Compound and tried it. Now I sleep better than I ever have and I feel fine." Get a bottle from your druggist NOV. Results will please you. Mra. Batchelder Marian Van Eschen Weds J. Kreirneyer ACKLEY, July 25.--The marriage of Miss Marian Van Eschen, daugh- :er of Mr. and Mrs. George Van Sschen of Ackley, and John Kreimeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kreiineyer of Geneva will be solemnized Monday, July 29, at a candlelight service performed by the lev. E. Seybold. A reception for the mmediate members of the families frill be held at the home of the bride's parents. Following a two weeks' trip they will be at home in Ackley where Mr. Kreimeyer will be jmployed in the Marshall canning actory. Miss Van Eschen has been smployed in the ice cream factory or the past several years and will continue her work there upon their eturn to Ackley. L A. to B. of R. T. Annual Picnic Held at Park by Members Thirty-four were present at the annual picnic of the L. A. to the B. of R. T., held at East park Wednesday afternoon. Supper was served at 6:30 o'clock and games and races were held following supper. Prizes went to Mrs. Harry Erwm, Lyle Ervin and Mrs. M. Munson. The committee in charge of the games included Mrs. Walter Hendrickson and Mrs. Joe Ditzler. The supper was planned by Mrs. Jesse Dennis, Mrs. Roy Lang and Mrs. William Ross. The time for the next picnic will be decided later in the year. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Clearance Compare our values with those offered elsewhere and note the savings for equal quality. Hundreds of garments priced at cost and less for immediate clean-up. Choose tomorrow. Swim Suits Reduced to $1.69 Wash Dresses Reduced to $1.19 Spring Coats Reduced to $10,00 Hats Reduced to 25e Summer Silk Dresses Reduced to $4.39 "SEE YOU TOMORROW" AUTOMATIC Deluxe Heater .Wards Save You 1-3 20 gallon 5 YEARS S Adjustable Grayson Thermostat! H Extra quick heating! 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