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MASON CITY GLOII-GAZmT, DECEMUR 14 • 1936 _.„ • IVlASVrV \*l I I »fcwps-w»"»»« •*•! »«™»—«"~—— • • m^m SIX f — ' • — . _ ^^^ MATINEE MUSICALE PRESENTS ANNUAL VESPER SERVICE Women Give Program of Yule Music Many Present for Seasonal Event at First M. E. Church. Christmas music, annually pre- "Inflammatus" (Stabat Mater) by Rossini. The program was concluded with the playing of Mrs. J. E. Stinehart's composition, "Fantasia," by Mrs. Stinehart, organ, Mrs. Earl Dean, piano, Mrs. MacMillan, violin, and Mr. Dean, cello. Accompanists for the program were Mrs. Stinehart, Mrs. Patchen and Mrs. Pattpn. Daughters of the members of the club who acted as ushers were the Misses Mabel Joy Prusia, Miriam Marston, Frances Stinehart, Dorothy and Patricia Kirk and Jane PatWn. sented to the community by the Matinee Musicale club, was heard , , , at the traditional vesper service MinnCSOtanS Marry of thc club Sunday afternoon in the First Methodist church where a large audience assembled for the event Christmas trees and at M. C. Parsonage Miss Oleta Stokes of Stahi, Minn., and Gordon Vogelson of white tapers decorated the church, ] Winona, Minn., were married at out a color- scheme, of 1 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon in thc Presbyterian parsonage by the carying green and white. The program was- opened with a reading of the Christmas story from the Bible by -Mrs. . F. . M. Humphrey. The club chorus, un- Rev. Roy Payton. They were attended by Miss Dima 'Van Laningham and David Huey of Clear Lake. A" wedding supper was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. . .. , ,„. TV, , . . der the direction of Miss -Dikka j Han . y Bundy _ 916 Van Huron ave- Moen, sang "Lo How a Rose" by j nue northwest, to 24 guests. Out Praetorius and . ".The . Manger.j 0 j town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Child" by Gade. | Ernest Vogclson of Wir.ona. Minn.. "Communion in G" bv Batiste | parents of the bridegroom, and and "Holy Night" by Grubcr were harp selections played by Miss Marian Van Ness with an organ accompaniment provided by Mrs. Bertha Patchen. An ensemble i composed of Mrs. R. E. Patton, or- I gan. Mrs. Earl Dean, piano. Mr. | Mrs. Wis. A. F. Turk of Milwaukee, - ITVVP4pftT ,c MINNEAPOLIS ARE MARRIED HERE George D. West and Miss Ella Dean, cello. Mrs. Harlan Mac-Mil- i Josephine Ferguson, both of Min]an, Mrs. Scott Smith and Mrs. | neapolis, were married Saturday H. E. Hardy, violins, played "Ave ] evening at the Trinity Lutheran Verum Corpus'' and "Sonata No.: parsonage by the Rev. 0. L. N. - 14" by Mozart. Mrs. C. G. Maudsley sang "Can- tique de Noel" by Adams anO Mrs. Don Wells and the chorus sans tor company Wigdahl. They will make their home in Minneapolis where Mr. West is employed by thc Holt Mo- 51 st Anniversary of Daughters Will Be Observed Friday Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil war are planning a dinner and program for Friday evening at 6 o'clock at the P. G. and E. auditorium to celebrate the fifty-first anniversary of the Daughters, Committee chairmen preparing for the evening include Mrs. G. R. Winchell, program, Mrs. S. A. Be- .mis, refreshments, and Mrs. Dora Liesveld, entertainment. Guests will include members of the Mason City''.G. A. R. post the Civil \vai-- widows, the W. R. C. and the Sons of Union Veterans, In addition a group of out of town guests have been invited. <\mong them are Mi', and Mrs. W. F. Hathaway, Oley Nelson past commander in chief of the G. A. R John Risley, department commander of the G. A. R, Mrs Risley Roy Bennett, department commander of the Sons of Union Veterans, and Mrs'. Bennett, ail of Des Moines, and Mrs. Janet Black of Nevada, department president of ihe Daughters of Union Veter- BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR BARNEY BOYD About 30 friends and neighbors surprised Barney Boyd at his home. 204 Sixth street southwest. on ihe occasion of his seven..y-lifth birthday. The time was spjjnt in playing 500 and prizes went to Clarence Molt, high, and F. Mallow low. Mr. Boyd received a number of gifts including flowers from the teachers of Grant school where he has served as janitor for more than 15 years. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Boyd. ¥ * *r;, % * ^^«L & *"-.'• This Christmas.. Make It Possible for your Children to Join their School Band MUSIC . . . refines the child's character . . . awakens youth to life's better things ... secures to later years a purity of joy and a solace not bestowed by any other earthly thing. » •B B B SAXOPHONES *•» Sax players fit into both 7s band and orchestra and Jk often arc lead instru- 'Sfe ments. In brass lacquered /??. or silver plated finish. It's the cornel nr trumpet J^ that has the lead pas- 7^ sages on the march or in Jl£ the hall. We carry a splendid stock in' the newest designs. fe 4fc * & See Us About Our 4 Weeks' Trial Plan •;-i 55 B ACCORDIONS .. . Thousands of children and young folks are playing accordions today 1 . Nearly every city has an accordion band. It is the easiest to play of any. instrument. We can ar- range'for.'private lessons. » £ Pianos — Clarinets — Trombones — Trumpets — Flutes — * Guitars — Violins — Bugles — Banjos — Drums — Ukuleles " • — Harmonicas — Radios MUSIC CO. EVERYTHING IN MUSIC .^•^^•^Vj|v>^^^^^e4V4IV«^MV«MVtfVli^^'^MM^MMM^]r<M:l Two Aprons in One Pattern GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN . 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. By DIANA DAY Apron May Be In Princess Style or With Full Skirt and Bib Front; Make for Yule Gifts. Just you cut these aprons out and shortly you'll have them finished. This pretty little gift will receive much appreciation. It will cost you next to nothing. The pattern includes both aprons. The gay chintz princess or pinafore apron has rickrack braid sewed around the entire edge. The bib front apron of seafoam green organdie with gathered skirt has dainty self ruffling trim. Another suggestion is to give the pattern and the material. Style No. 3079 is designed for sizes small medium and large. Medium size requires 2 ] ,'2 yards of 39-inch material for apron with ruffling; and 1% yards of 39-inch material with 4 VA yards of rick rack braid for princess apron. Send 15 cents, (coin is preferred), for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Our fall and winter fashion book has many Christmas suggestions that are easy and inexpensive to make. It is just filled with new designs for everyday occasions and for holiday wear. Lots of lovely clothes for the children and for the junio.rs. Book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy 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. MARRIAGE LICENSE TO MINNESOTANS A marriage license was issued here Saturday to George D. West and Ella J. Ferguson, both of Minneapolis. Social Calendar MONDAY Joyce Kilmer club— 6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Luke Miller, 842 First street northwest, Mrs. I. R. Weaver, hostesses. McKinley school— 7:45 o'clock,'play, "Here Comes Charley." Garfield C. S. C.— Postponed. Uro Iso club— 6:30 o'clock, Miss Jane Phalen, 516 Fifth street southeast, Christmas party. M. W. A.— 7:30 o'clock; Moose hall.' Beta Sicrna Phi— 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. J. E. Young, 1120 Second street southwest. Madison C. S. C.— 7:30 o'clock, school, Christmas party, gift exchange. Central C. S. C.— 7:45 o'clock, school. Christmas party, "Parents, Children and School, 1 ' lesson. St. James Senior Lcacue— 8 o'clock, church, Helen Bueh- Icr and Lorinc George serving. Pilgrimage to Be Held for Seniors D. A. R. to Sponsor Annual Trip to Washington in Spring. Dependability, service, leadership and patriotism are the four points on which girls are selected for the annual good citizenship pilgrimage to Washington, D. C., by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The pilgrimage is an annual event conducted and financed by the D. A, R. and the party is made up of one girl from ihe senior class in some high school of her respective state. Last year 42 states were represented. The Iowa representative xvas Fanny Foster of Cherokee. Domini Haynes who represented Cerro Gordo county received the D. A. R. medal for good citizenship. Any person may nominate any girl who is a member of a senior class in an Iowa high school; regardless of D. A. R. connections. The nominations are filed with the county superintendents who are to select the winner through a committee or by any plan of their choosing. Nominations must have the approval-of all or part of the faculty of the high school which they represent. Letters of recommendation should show in what ways the nominees represent the four points of excellence. Nominations should be filed in the office of the county superintendent by Feb. 1, 1937. No blanks are necessary for the nominations, just letters of recommendation. Mrs. Harry Swarner is the Mason City regent of the D. A. R. FARM WIFE ASKS PSYCHOLOGIST TO SOLVE PROBLEMS TUESDAY Wa-Tan-Ye club— 12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Idle-K's club— 1:15 o'clock, Home Tea room. W. M. T. club— 2 o'clock. Mrs. James Graham, 21 Seventh street northwest. East Park Highland circle— 2:15 o'clock, Mrs. Andrew Frelund, 1411 Rhode Island avenue northeast. A complete selection, M.nffing in size from table-midgets to about eighteen 1'cet height. If you want a perfect nursery grown Christmas Tree . . . see Mason City's largest stock of trees at Johnstons. We carry a complete stock of decorating material and painted Christmas Trees at reasonable prices. Johnston's "Where Your Friends Buy-Flowers" Phone 223 rhone 2500 10 First St. N. W. W. R. C.— 2:30 o : clock. V. F. W. hall. To Spot club— 6:30 o'clock, Eadmar hotel. Coterie club— 6:30 o'clock, Mrs..M. E. Carlson, 539 Eighth street southeast, Chirstmas party, Baptist Y. W. A.— Postponed. Roosevelt-Jackson C. S. C.— 6:30 o'clock, Roosevelt school, Christmas party, gift exchange. Church of Christ Missionary circle— 7:30 o'clock, church parlors, carols, recitation, tree, treats; Ben ! and Edith Allison, returned | missionaries, to speak. Police Auxiliary— 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. H. Folletl, 930 Delaware avenue north- cast, White Shrine— 7:30 o'clock. Masonic temple, regular meeting, cards at 8:30 o'clock, TMi-s. A. R. Lenz, chairman. ' Meander club— 8 o'clock, Mrs, C. G. Viall, 1033 Third street .northwest. Wilson C. S. C.— 8 o'clock, Mrs. G. E. Allbee, 1048 Second street northwest, Christmas party, gift exchange. "Holidays in Japan" by Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne, songs by' sixth grade, hostesses, Mrs. Karl Waggoner, Mrs. Max Eoyd, Mrs. C. E. Cornwell, Mrs. Robert Donahue, Mrs. J. E. Young. A. A. U. W.— 7:30 o'clock, Miss Luelda Carlton. 1432 Virginia avenue northeast, Miss Lilliam Shimmick assisting. Enoch A, Norem, speaker. V. F. W. Auxiliary— 8 o'clock. V. F. W. hall. Junior Hadassah— 8 o'clock, Jewish community center. Moose lodffe— 8 o'clock. Moose hall. B. P. W. club- Hotel Hanford, Christmas party. Child Study circle— 7:30 o'clock, McKinley school, Christmas party, gift exchange. O. D. O. club — 12:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. A. Collins, 203 Second street southeast, luncheon. WEEK-END BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED Week-end Bridge club was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F, Bouda, Twenty-first street southeast, Saturday with high (score prizes going to Mrs. G. Angel 1 and S. A. Bemis. Low prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Coffin. Refreshments were served at' the close of the evening by the host- less,-assisted by Miss Marian Bauda. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES EMMETSBIJP.G : -Marriage licenses were issued:here the'past week to Gerhard Myers, 27, Luverne, and Ruby Langerman, 24, Fenton, and to Loren "Lenz. 19, Schleswig, and Eunice Tornow, 18, Mallard. BROWNLEE-HANSON POPEJOY—Gerald Brownler and Miss Hary Hanson of Hollandale, Minn., were married at Hollandale, Minn. They were accompanied by Arlis Brownlee and : Howard Tidman of Iowa Falls. ^Following the wedding they came to Pop^ejoy to make their home aver trie Doddr cafe: DR. GARRY C. MYERS, FH. D. Child Psychologist. I wish I knew how to induce fathers to read this column. Then I think I could do more good. However, I do say somethings in defense of overworked wives when I talk before groups of men. From a farm in Iowa came the following letter: "Dear Dr. Myers: Not. so very long ago you wrote an article in our paper advising young mothers not to try to do so much and to have more help if possible. I've tried to tell you about my problems once or twice, but 1 usually tear up the letter thinking that it isn't in your line of work (it certainly is!), and why bother you when I really know the answer, but the answer doesn't do me any good. Too Much to Do. "The problem is just too much work and an unsympathetic husband in regard to it. I would like to enumerate what I have to do and see if you think one person can get it all done, and at the end of it still be cool, collected and calm. I live on the farm, have no conveniences in the house (we rent, although we have bought a farm onto which we will move in March, 1937 .... I carry all the water in and out again, or at least .- good share of it, except on wash days, when my, husband carries most of it,.usually. I have a range and stove to fire with soft wood about eight months in the year. "Besides, my husband comes of what is known as a 'thrifty 1 family, and expects me to can from a large garden approximately 450 quarts of vegetables, pickles, fruits, jellies, etc. I have been able to do so until this year. "I have Lavern Brandemuhl Weds Helen McNitt at Lancaster, Wis. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Helen McNitt, niece of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McNitt of Plymouth, to Lavern Brandemuhl of Lancaster, Wis., which* took place Nov. 25 at the Evangelical parsonage in Lan- After the ceremony, they motored to Milwaukee where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kienitz. Mr. and Mrs. Brandemuhl are at home in Lancaster where Mr. Brandemuhl is assistant postmaster. Mothers! In treating 1 children's colds, don't take chances..use WICKS W VAPORUK PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS PERMANENT WAVES All kinds, types and styles. Experienced licensed operators. No appointment needed. $1.50, 52.00 13.50, ?3.50, $5.00 Investigate—Why Pay More? Flngrerwave (dry). Shampoo, Eyebrow Arch, Manicure, Children's Hair O C., Ciit, each £«**• Across From Chapman's Furniture Store Charles Gilbert Barber-Beauty Shop Phone 1006 raised 500 chickens every spring, taking practically all the care of them, and about half the care of the old hens besides. I wash a separator, as all farm wives do, but on Sunday and Monday my husband is good about doing it (although 1 am termed 'ungrateful' if I can't get everything else done without a fuss.) Plants the Garden. "I plant the. garden in the spring and take about half the care of it My husband mows the lawn, but I hear about it because I can't seem to get out and get it done. . . I have a baby boy one year old who naturally takes time. Besides this I am supposed to do the washing, ironing, and keep the house (eight rooms) clean and neat and my hair combed and nose powdered! I love to read . . . "I get so discouraged sometimes and think, 'What's the use.' aud go sit down and read a magazine. About that time friend husuand comes in and ..." More about this mother tomorrow. Suppose you were she. MRS. GEISTSLINGER HAS YULE PARTY Mrs. J. A. Geistlinger, 541 Fourth street southeast, and h«r pupils held a Christmas party Saturday afternoon at her home. Games were played and there was an exchange of gifts. At the close of the party, refreshments were served. ArdaSummy Is Married at Milford Mason City Couple Leaves for California to Make Home. Miss Arda Summy of Mason City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Summy of Gerber, Cal., formerly of Mason City, became the bride of Clair Westcott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Westcott, 521 Jackson avenue northwest, Sunday at high noon in the home of her uncle, R. S. Davis of Milford. Miss Edith Anderson of Primghar sang "At Dawning" and "Oh, Promise Me" preceding the ceremony. She was accompanied by Miss Lenore Summy of Paullina who also played the Mendelssohn wedding march. Vows were exchanged before the fireplace with the Rev. W. F. Stauffer officiating and Mr. Davis gave his niece in • marriage. The bride wore a deep wine colored velvet gown and carried talismrn roses. Mrs. Virgil Shook of Mason City who acted as matron of honor wore a royal blue gown and car-' ried sweet peas and white porr.- poms. Don Westcott of Mason City acted as his brothers best man. Following the ceremony, dinner was served *t the Davis home. Miss Ernestine Hamer of Primghar poured. Mr. Westcott and his bride left after the wedding for Gerber, Cal., where they will make their home. Mason Cityans at the wedding included the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Martin Westcott, and her sons, Howard and Don. B. P. W. CLUB PLANS CHRISTMAS PARTY Members of the Business and Professional Women's club will have a Christmas party Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Euchre and Cycle club at the Hotel Hanford. Each member will bring a 10 cent gift. Arrangements are in charge of "Mrs. H. B. Farrer and Mrs. C. E. Blanchard. SMARTER STYLES, UTTER QUALITY FOR LESS — SINCE 1920 •OUHTKIY AND SATHFACTION WITH »V**Y PURCHASE You can be sure of a warm welcome if you give FLANNEL ROBES Mannishty tailored at! wool flannel robes, styled with smart colors, cuffs, pockets ond sash of contrasting color. Good long lengths in Red, Wine, Navy, Black. Sizes 12 to 20. A royal gift. LOUNGING PAJAMAS Satins, velvets, corduroys, crepes and rayons —, corn ~ bination of lovely new colors. TWO TH|*«I THAf AlWATt *0 • if J ^S"> ">' <> v MAX fiOYD Saks and Service . L. C. SMITH and CORONA TYPEWRITERS x Phone 27S 111 E. STATE ST. MASON CITY, IOWA

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