This is the other tatting pattern from the November 1925 issue, a doily edging by Marie Haase. She was also a contributor to Needlecraft and Modern Priscilla magazines. I suspect she was related to Clara Haase, another designer of that era.
In defense of American Needlewoman, with its small handful of patterns on poor quality paper, you get what you pay for. In 1925, its yearly subscription was only 25 cents, while Needlecraft was 50 cents, and Modern Priscilla was a whopping 2 dollars. Modern Priscilla was the oldest, having started in 1887, and had many more pages on much better paper. Needlecraft had started out as a Vickery & Hill publication, but in April 1914 changed to Needlecraft Publishing Company. I suspect this was still a division of Vickery & Hill, but as the magazine was improving its content and paper quality to look more like Priscilla, perhaps an attempt to distance itself from all those cheap newsprint magazines. Oops, I digressed.