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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 27, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE GAZETTE, AUGUST 27 1935 BANQUET Fall Trend Directed to Elaboration Home Garments Indicate General Movement to Luxurious Attire. By LISBETH It is a luxurious season, this 1935 autumn and winter, so say headlines. Materials are lovely and varied: trimmings are as unusual and elaborate aa designers' imaginations can devise. Oh yes, there are simply made and tailored clothes to be had, but the general tendency .is toward elaboration. Even home garments show the trend. Flannel robes, which onco were aa simple as possible, in fact, as much like a man's garment as could be, have taken to themselves details from hostess gowns, also military trappings, sprouting witb braid trimmings and frog fastenings. Silk negligees go much further In embellishments. One is made of chiffon in an ivory shade, with rare old lace inset in medallion design on the enormously wide sleeves and along the train. There are tiny puffa at the shoulders, and a cluster of Cecil Bruner roses at the high neckline. Hostess gowns which are not quite ao elaborate are made of satin, the metal cloths, velvet, plain, printed and brocaded, lace and variations on all these fabrics. Flannel cocktail pajamas retain their tailored character, and lounging pajamas go in for combinations of materials, WEDDINGS ARE HELD AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH Miss Marjorie Deeny Will Be Married in Church in Seattle Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Deeny, 244 Fifth street southeast, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Marjorie Elizabeth, to Bernard W. Bader which will take place in St. Joseph's church in Seattle, Wash., on Saturday, Sept. 7. The Rev. William J. Deeny of San Jose, Cal., cousin of the brick', will perform the ceremony at 10 o'clock in the morning. Alvina Colbertson Bride of M. L. Last NORTHWOOD, Apg. 27.--Miss Alvina Colbertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olavus Colbertson of Northwood, and Martin L. Last o£ Pecatonica, 111., were married at the parsonage of the Rev. J. W. Ylvt»- aker in Northwood. They were attended by Misa Gladys Hangge of Austin, Minn., a cousin of the bride, anti John Last of Pecatonica, 111,, a brother of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony ding dinner was served bride's home. She is a graduate of the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and has been engaged in teaching for the past 12 years, all but the last year being In Worth county. Mr. Last Is a farmer living near Pecatonica. They are on a wedding trip to points in Minnesota and Wisconsin. a wed- at the NASHUA, Aug. performed at the 27.--Marriages Little Brown church by the Rev. William Kent Include those of Edith Brimmer, Independence, to Donald Elliott, Iowa Falls; Madge H. Erlckson, to Joe Kendell, Dakota City; Lois Guyer, Lost Nation, to Henry M. Butts, Monmouth; Romaine Rupp and Elmer A. Larson, St. James, Minn.; Geneva Anderson and Len Thompson Lawler; Martha Gissenberg and Elmer W. Stahl of Chicago; Ula Hicks and Orville W. Motsick, Fort Dodge; Velma Howk, Grove City, Minn., and Clarence Serfoss, Buffalo Lake, Minn. Jennie I. Veldhouse Weds Richard Arends KANAWHA, Aug. 27.--Miss Jennie Ilene Veldhouse and Richard Lee Arends, both of Kanawha, were married at the M. E. church parsonage in Kanawha by the Rev. E. A. Biggs. The couple was attended by cousins of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Veldhouse, also of Kanawha. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Veldhouse of Kanawha and a graduate of the Kanawha high school. Mr. Arends, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Arends of Alexander, attended Belmond high school and has farmed his father's farm five miles south and two miles west of Kanawha where they will live. Mr. and Mrs. Arends will leave on a 10 days' trip into Wisconsin on Wednesday. Verna Thompson to Be Married to Don Farran MESERVEY, Aug. 27.--Don Farran, agent here for the Chicago Great Western, and better known as a poet and the president of the Iowa Author's club, has left for a month's vacation which will include a wedding trip to the west. The bride is Misa Verna Thompson of Inwood. They will start housekeeping in the Anna Brater property on their return. C. A. Kothenbeutel is running the station during Mr. Far-, ran's absence. _.;._ Marriage Licenses Issued to Couples NEW HAMPTON, Aug. 27.--Licenses to wed were Issued tu EarS Scharnhorse of Hawkeye and Rosie Schoub of Fredericksburg; Charles W. Noel of Canton. Ohio, and Ora I. Boynton of Spring Valley, Minn.; Edward LaPour and Mildred Cleverley, both of Dubiique; Ivan Boylan of Travuse City, Mich., and Mildred Disscibret of Owatonna, Minn.; Max Nicich and Anna Pesuth, both of Waterloo; Harold E. Moore and Aita Bernlce Cox, both of Waterloo; D. S. Weddle of Des Moines and Julie Christensen of Waterloo; Elmer A. Larson and Romaine A. Ropp, both of St. James, Minn.; C. W. Motsick and Eula Hicks, both of Fort Dodge; Elmer W. Stahl and Martha M. Gifiselbcrg, both of Chicago; Clarence Serfoss of Buffalo Lake, Minn., and Velma Hoowk of Grove City, Minn.; Len Thompson and Genevievc Anderson, both of Lawler. FOR FIRST FALL DAYS GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Av«eu«, New York City ^ By DIANA DAY _ Wool and Satin Are Combined in This Attractive Ensemble Which Will Be Good All Winter. If you would meet the fall season with chic, today's pattern may give you ideas. For first fall days you've a stunning satin-back wooly novelty crepe dress with matching jacket. Later, when very cool days are the order, the jacket may be dlspenwd with. See small view. A perfectly cnarm- ing dress, topped by flattering satin, that you can wear right through the winter. It's especially smart in rust, green or black. Style No. 3052 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches buest. Size 16 requires 4 yards of 39 inch material with 1% yards of 39 inch contrasting. Send 15 cents (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Fall and winter fashion book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy today. Book and pattern together 25 cents. After Vacation Permanent Specials 20% TO 30% REDUCTION ON ALL WAVES Shampoo, finger wave and hair cut Included Offer Good Until Fri., Sept. 6 Os^7" v \-V CALL 1400 FOR FURTHER DETAILS ££ PEASLEE'S BEAUTY STUDIO 207'/i North Federal Ave. Over Lund's Bakery Studio Hours 8 a. m. to 7 p. in. Later hy Personal Appointment Only ELEANOR MITCHELL HONORED AT PARTY Miss Eleanor Mitchell of Clear Lake was honored at a miscellaneous shower given Monday evening by Mrs. Bert Dusold at her home. Bridge was played at four tables with high score prize going to Miss Bee Lynch and traveling prtee to Miss Irene Fossey. A pink and lav- endar color scheme was carried out and the gifts were arranged under an umbrella In those shades drip ping with silver rain. Miss Mitchell will become the bride of John Kennedy of New Hampton. _*_ 2 COUPLES ARK WED AT ALGONA ALGONA, Aug. 27.--Marcella Beckett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Beckett, Clarion, and Max Baylngton, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Baylngton, Clarion, were married Monday morning by Justice Paul Danson. Cecil and' Jessie Benson witnessed the marlage. L. O. McNeill, Swea City, and Mary E. Adams, Clear Lake, were married Saturday at the home of the Rev. W. G. Muhlman. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Luscomb, Clear Lake, witnessed the marriage. joined her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cummings, on a two weeks' trip through the Black Hills, stopping at Deadwood, S. Dak., for the "Days of '76" and visiting relatives at various places in South Dakota. * * * Leon Llesenberg planned to leave Wednesday night with his daughter, Jane, for their home in Kansas City, Mo., after a visit with Mr. Liesenberg's mother, Mrs. J. L. Llesenberg, 406 First street northeast. Miss Letsenberg has been in Mason City since coming north several weeks ago with her father who was awarded a trip into Minnesota by the Federal Hardware Mutual with its leading production men in Its various districts. 3052 BITS ABOUT 'EM The Perfect Tea for SAY- LUX TOILET SOAP KE£tit ( NEVER WORRY THESE MM? ABOUT COSMETIC 5KIN BOY! HOVJ \ VOU YOUR COMPLEXION- IT'S SWELL 1 . MARY IRONS MARKS TENTH BIRTHDAY Mary Irons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Irons, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, entertained a group of friends Monday afternoon at her home on the occasion of her tenth birthday. COUPLE LICENSED TO WED AT GARNER GARNER, Aug. 27.--Marriage licenses have been Issued to Ben A. Necnann, legal, of New Ulm, Minn., and DcLorl.s A. Hughes, legal of Mankato, Minn.; Richard Arcmls. 21, and Jennie Veldhouse, 18, both of Knnawha. Best--always! -- the original Corn -- are today lh« worii'» larjfcsl-w.lHnjf re»djr-to-c«t crreal. Malrhlesn flavor. Unvarying quality. Always oven-frrah. F O R Q U A L I T Y Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff and daughter, Peggy, 9 Beaumont drive, and Bob Bliss, 138 Tenth street northwest, have returned from a week's trip to Canada. * * · Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Clausen have returned to their home in Evanston, 111., after a visit with Mrs. Clausen's borther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ingraham, 217 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. * * * Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Dakin, 1117 Third street southwest, have moved in from their cottage on Dodge's point where they spent the summer. * » * The Misses Loretta and Virginia Clarke, Marvyl apartments, returned Monday after a week's visit with flrends in Minneapolis. » * « Mrs. Lyman A. Gallagher returned to her home in St. Paul after spending a. few days with friends here. * + * Barbara Froncine is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Newcomb, Jr., of Cleveland, Ohio, for their infant daughter. Mrs. Newcomb will be remembered as Frances Faltisek Decker of Mason City. * * » Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hurley and son, Billy, 505 Jersey aveme southeast, have arrived home from a few days' visit In Clinton, Davenport and Dubuque. * » « Miss Nelino Foster and Mrs. J. A. Singler, formerly Corla Foster, are visiting friends and relatives here for a few weeks. They have made their home in Los Angeles, Cal., for the past six years. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Allan Beck have moved from their cottage at Cl^ar Lake to their home at 2-1 Eleventh street northeast. * « * Mr. and Mrs. O. Stoltenberg, 1616 Delaware avenue southeast, have returned from a three weeks' stay in Ida Grove and Denison where they visited Mrs. Stoltentwrg's brother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Allen and children, Lois and Virgil, 229 Eighteenth street southeast, and Miss Lyclia Crosby, 319 Taylor avenue northwest, have returned from a week's vacation in northern Minnesota. * » · Mrs. R. E. Pat ton and son. Edward, 207 Twentieth street south- past. have returned from Bristow where they spent a few days with Mrs. Patton's mother, Mrs. fcliza- beth Corey. Family of Johnsons at Reunion in Park Members of the Johnson family held a reunion at East park with relatives present from Garner, Forest City, Des Moines, Monona, Sheldon, Minneapolis and Mason City. Those at the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Johnson and children of Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fosse and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roun, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fosse and daughter, all of Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Richards and sons of Des Motnes; Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Rash and daughters of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Montgomery and daughter of Sheldon; Irma Wilhelm and Leo Montgomgery of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Combs, Mrs. Combs and Mrs. Robert Montgomery of Mason City. Picnic Planned (or I s o l a t i o n House Alumni Former patients at the Mason City Isolation hospital will nave their annual picnic Wednesday afternoon at East Park. Mrs. Anna Jarvls, who has charge of the hospital, has been beseiged with requests for the picnic from the children who have been under her care. Children from the Highlands will meet at Madison school and children from the southwest part of town will gather at Grant school at 1 o'clock Wednesday for' transportation. Hours for the picnic have been set from 1 to 5 o'clock and the affair is for all former patients who wish to come. Maybelle Talle Is Bride of Kittleson LAKE MILLS, Aug. 27.--Miss Maybelle Talle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knut Talle, was married to Stanley Kittleson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kittleson of Joice, by the Rev. C. Fjelstul, pastor of Silver Lake church, at the home of the cride's parents. Miss Alma Talle, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid. Roy Gordon attended the bridegroom. Nieces of the bride, Dorothy Ann Moen and Constance Bendlckson of Minneapolis, were junior bridesmaids. Earl Gesme, nephew of the bride, was the ring bearer. Following the ceremony the couple left on a trip to DCS Molnes. After their return they will be at home at the Kittleson farm south of Joice. .;.__ DECKER-HUTCHINSON EMMETSBURG, Aug. 27.--A marriage license was issued here Monday to Henry G. Decker, 31, DCS Moines, and Ruth R. Hutchinson, legal, Algona. Guests From Indiana. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bliss and family from Indianapolis, Ind., are visiting at the Peter Jensen home. Mrs. Bliss is the Fall Fashions With a College Education Seen in Style Show Fall fashions for the collegiate wardrobe were on display Monday afternoon at the Palais Royal when a group of college girls modeled suits, coats, afternoon frocks and evening gowns. The Misses Marjorie Green, Peggy Seaneff, Yvonne Stoddard. Barbara Walker, Catherine Webster, Janan Wimmer .and Emma Larson acted as models. Richly furred coats and suits for fall and winter wear, attractive daytime dresses, and brilliant formals for evening were featured in the showing. SOCIAL CALENDAR daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen. Visit in Minneapolis. MITCHELL-- Ms. F. D. Cady Is spending two weeks at the home of i. · daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lamp man and family at Minneapolis. TUESDAY T. N. T. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., picnic. Milwaukee R. R. Women-Postponed, to September. WEDNESDAY Tabernacle loclcty-- 2:30 o'clock, St. Joseph hall, Mrs. Walter Martin, Mrs. J. B. Campbell, hostesses. Oweso club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Ivan A. Barnes, 708 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Central Lutheran Guild-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Emil Martin, Mrs. Harold Mather, Mrs. J. B. McCormick. I. O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Townsend club No. 2-S o'clock, courthouse. Help-A-Lot club-East park, picnic. D. A. R. Ex-Regents-1 o'clock, Miss Mollie McGowan, Clear Lake. Free Methodist Y. M. F. Bihlc class 7:30 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Robinson, 17 Thirteenth street northeast, assisted by Mr. and Mrs, H. W. Sykes. R. N. A. Juveniles-2:30 o'clock, West park, picnic. ARDATH BLACKWELL HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Mary Catherine Meyers and Miss Maxlne Lewis entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the Lewis home, 711 Crescent place Monday evening, honoring Ardath Blackwell, who will be married Sept. 22 to Durward Smith. There were 12 guests FAMILY REUNION HELD AT WOODHOUSE HOME Relatives gathered at the W. H. Woodhouse home, 221 Thirteenth street southeast, for a family reunion. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gnuse and son, Billy, Fremont, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Woodhouse and daughters, Lorraine and Beverly, Calmar; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Woodhouse and children, Phyllis and Don Jean, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mickelson and son, Clarence, Chester, Lela and Clay Woodhouse, Charleen Hereid and Howard Leonard. Visitors From Idaho. HAYFIELD-- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stiniker and son of Payette, Idaho. are visiting at the W. H. Stiniker home this week. ' _.;._ Visitor From Spokane. RIDGEWAY -- Andrew Ellingson of Spokane, Wash., arrived here Sunday for a week's visit with his niece, Miss Anna Ellingson, and other relatives. .. and "the evening was spent embroidering. At the close of the party refreshments were served. People demand equality but what they really desire is a chance to snub those who snub them now.-Cedar Rapids Gazette. WIFE PRESERVERS BURROUGHS-MEANA DECORAH, Aug. 27. M i s s Esther Freda Meana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Meana of McGregor, and Kenneth Alvln Bur- rovighs, son of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Burroughs of Waukon, were married in Decorah by the Rev. O. Sandbach, pastor of the First Methodist church. Lemon juice added to fresh milk or evaporated milk will sour it sufficiently for cooking. AND FOWOfl ALL YOU UKH But remove them with Lux Toilet Soap--the soap that guards ·pdnst Cotmetic Skint You don't want to risk the choked pores that cause dullness--tiny blemishes--signs of this modern complexion, trouble! Lux Toilet Soap's ACnVK lather protects complexions, keeps them soft, ·nnooth, lovely. Begin your beauty treatments today t DYED H A V E CLOTHES Change the color of your clothes. Make thorn look like, new. We do DYEING of all kinds. Have ho4 years of experience nnd assure you a fine job. All DYEING done right here in our modern Mason City plant. TIRIB KOR FALL CLEANING Have Fall garments cleaned and pressed NOW. For the finest type of service, PHONE MASON CITY Dyers and Cleaners 1401 North FwiM-ml, Mason ntv 396 BE KIND TO YOUR HAIR! Take advantage of th« few remaining day» of our GREAT AUGUST SPECLXL JS.95 Velzar-Ouart Permanent Wave lit guesswork, $1.95 a test curl is taken on every head. We Also Have a Permanent Especially lor "Baby Fine" Hnir Special attention given to out-of-town customers. JEFFERSON BEAUTY SHOP Iff First St R. W. Jefferson BOB Depot Phon« 387 A Fur-Trimmed Cloth COAT Anywhere! AT ANY PRICE . . . Until You See What Palais · Royal Is Offering in the August Coat Sale at Mrs. Lena Kuenlc who has been living with lur son-in-law and daughter in Mason City, haa returned to Nora Springs to make her home in the Coon apartments. « * * Mrs. William Harrison of San Dimiis, Cal., arrived for a several weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. Henry Gulki, north of the city. Mrs. Guild haa been ill for some time. I * * * I Misa May Ryan of Chicago is spending some time with her cousin, Miss Mary Ryan, living near Mason City. * * » Miss Helen Potter has returned to her home in Chicago a f t e r a short visit with friends ami relatives here. * * · Mrs. B. E. Goddnn, 407 'b North Federal Hvenuc, has returned home from Mitchell, S. Dak., where she BUTTER IS GOOD - - and it's Good for You, Too and up Buying a coat is an investment that yon possibly won't duplicate for many a day. Therefore, before you buy--you owe it to yourself to see what we are offering. ONLY 4 MORE DAYS REMAIN OF THE AUGUST COAT SALE--TAKE ADVANTAGE OP THESE SAVINGS --EVERY COAT GOES BACK TO REGULAR PRICES SEPT 1. A Small Deposit Will Your Coat 3 at the administration building. MISS MARJORIE BERRY HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. James Sheehy of Chicago, who is visiting her aunts, the Misses Agnes and Cora Dormedy entertained at a bathroom shower at their home, 1301 President avenue northwest, honoring Miss Marjone Berry who will be married to Maynard Anderson. Bridge nd 500 were the diversions of the evening and prizes went to Mrs. Louis Pion, Mrs. John Brunson and Mrs. Paul Kelsh. Two vocal selections were given by Mrs. Ralph Simmons and a lunch was served at the close of the evening.' The color scheme was yellow and white. Membership Campaign Is Being Held Year Book Material to Be Collected at September Board Session. Sept. 16 it the date which bu been Mt for the "razz" banquet to be sponsored by the junior women'* department of the Woman 1 * club. This will be the second annual event of it* kind and preparation* have been started for the program ot parodies which will follow the dinner. Miss Ruth Bliss is chairman of the junior women's department and her committee includes the Misses Irene Holm an, Helen Green, Bee Lynch, Mary Gould, Helen Abel and Eleanor McLaughlln. Skits and songs are being arranged to "take-off" the activities of the various departments and committees of the Woman's club. This will be the first event of the Woman's club program for the new season, most of the meetings being planned to begin in October. Mrs. George K. Davies Is chairman of the membership committee which has already begun its drive for renewals and new enrollments. Membership cards are available from Mrs. Davies and the members of her committee and at YeJland and Hanes. The chairmen of the committees and departments will have their material* for the club year books in written form to give to the program chairman, Mrs. Hanford Mac- Nlder, at the September board meeting which will be held on Sept. ]

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