Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 15, 1936 · Page 49
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 49

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 15, 1936
Page 49
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MASON CITY GLOBC-GAZETTI, DECEMIER 15 1936 NINI Divorce Suits Filed by George Klinetob and Henry VanEllen Divorce petitions, brought, by Henry Van Ellen vs. Mary Van Ellen and by George Klinetob vs. Amanda Klinetob, were filed in district court here Tuesday. Van Ellen's action asserted thst his wife deserted him, taking their three minor children with her, on We Suggest You Purchase the Diamond of RAY SENEY Oct. 15, 1935, and has since livta with the children alternately in Mason City and on a Franklin county farm belonging to her brother, Sam Meyers. During this time, the petition continues, she filed divorce proceedings againsl him in Franklin county. She subsequently dismissed this action, costs of which were assessed to him, Van Ellen claims. In addition to these costs, the plaintitt states that he has paid in excess of $250 to his wife for support of the children. Inhuman treatment is set out as grounds for the action. The couple was married Nov. 20, 1929, at Hampton. Klinetob alleges that on June 10, 1936, his wife deserted him, and has since refused to live with him. He asks a divorce OTI grounds of inhuman treataaeni. Tfee couple was married here May 29, 1935. UNSURPASSABLE DRESS OFFER at HUGHS Exquisite Holiday Creations! Fascinating frocks made gay with bright metallic thread . . . sparkling rhinestones . . . gold touches—smart high shades in stunning contrasts— exquisite black and whites . . . shiny metallic cloths . . . colorful prints . . . superb laces . . . new swing or .tunic styles! Aqua, Beige, Royal Blue, Gold. COATS Make Ideal GIFTS! Masterpieces of styling and workmanship—coats for dress or casual wear—fashioned from marvelous knobby or fleece fabrics—flattered by gorgeous collars of precious fur! This Christmas — Get Her a Regal FUR COAT! Magnificent new silhouette, collar and sleeve treatments lend individuality to these luxurious fur coats of North- • ern Seal or Lapin! $ 59 50 CHRISTMAS ROBES Colorful flannel or quilted robes . . . new solid colors or smart figured patterns . . . stunning corduroy or fluff-suede pajamas ... all stunning gifts she really wants! $ 2 98 - to - J 4 9? 3 South Federal Avenue Prepare for Christmas Vespers Holiday Party Held by Luther Leaguers at St. James Churcl Senior Luther leaguers ^of th St. James Lutheran church* enter tained members and friends a their annual Christmas part. Monday evening at the church. A short Christmas program pre ceded the social hour with th Rev. and Mrs. O. Mall playing group of carols on the violin an Florence Rohr reading "Dickie' Christmas." The church parlor were decorated with wreaths am a Christmas tr^e. After the social hour which wa in charge of Ann Stephan, Mickej Hull and Pat Barnosky, gifts were exchanged. These'will be sent t< the Lutheran orphans' home a Waverly. Luncheon was served bj Lorine George and Helen Buehler Guests included Ruth Monahan, Lucile Bailey, Theo Clevenger Ethelyn Mathiason and Georgetta Davison. —o— KLOSSOWSKY-WILSON NEW HAMPTON—Miss Mildred Wilson, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. William Wilson, and Albert Klossowsky, son of Mr. and Mrs Herman Klossowsky, both of New Hampton, were married Dec. \' at the Little Brown church a Nashua with the Rev. William Kent, pastor, officiating. The bride was graduated from the New Hampton high school and has taught school in the rural schools of Chickasaw county. The bridegroom attended the public school. He operates a farm near here. —o— JOHNSON-PAULSON NEW HAMPTON—Miss Carol Paulson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Paulson was married to Alert Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson,-Dec. 8 at the Saude Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. H. M. Tjernagel, pastor. They will 'live on a farm. The First Presbyterian church is shown, decorated with Christmas greens and lighted candles in preparation for the ninth annual candlelight vesper service which will be given Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the church by the young people's groups of the church. This service was first presented under the direction of the Rev. George K. Davies in 1828 and has been given in a similar form at Christmas time every year since then. The program will open with an organ prelude by Mrs. Roy Peyton. The lighting of the candles will be done by Henrietta Shaner and Ruth Scott and the choir processional will be "Silent Night." Mrs, Peyton and Barbara Scott will play an organ and piano duet and. Bob Green will give the Christmas story. There will be a solo by Helen Fischbeck, a prayer by Dorothy Bamber, the offertory duet by Mrs. Peyton, organ, and Lois Wilson, violin, hymns, meditation by the Rev. Roy Peyton, the recessional and benediction. The service is an impressive one and has been well attended in past years. The choir this year includes Barbara Scott, Helen Fischbeck, Ruth Scott, Hazel Scott, Henrietta Shaner, lola Holcomb, June Peterson, Wanda Lee Lock, Lois Wilson, Richard Poppin, Don Poppin, Harold Johnson, Jack Martin and Ross Martin, Ushers are Oral Butler, John Schiltz, John Swaroff and Marion Petersen. The program is in charge of lola Holcomb, Marian Hanes, Henrietta Shaner, Hazel Scott and Mildred Hotchkins. The decorating committee consists of Marion Petersen, John Swaroff, Harold Johnson, Don Poppin, Arthur Fischbeck, Richard Poppin and Clarence Andrews. Arthur Fischbeck will be in charge. of the Christmas trees \vhich will be sold after the program. Invitations, programs and publicity are in charge of Clarence Andrews. Miss Marian Merrill Weds Robert M. Boyd CLARKSVILLE — Miss Marian Louise Merrill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Merrill, became the bride of Robert M. Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs.- Hugh W. Boyd, Dec. 13, at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. R. B. Fisher, pastor of the Community church, performed the ceremony. Their attendants were Miss Eleanor Boyd, sister of the bridegroom, and Richard Merrill, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony dinner was served at the bride's home. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd were graduated from Clarksville high school. Mr. Boyd attended Kansas State university at Manhattan and is now proprietor of the Coffee Den. Mrs. Boyd has been operator at .the local telephone office the past two years. They will occupy an apartment in the Tremont hotel. BITS ABOUT'EM STRUTHERS-ANDREWS TITONKA—Miss Carolyn An. xews and Archie .Struthers have nnqunced their marriage which ooki place at Mankato, Minn., ieptj 26. Mrs. Struthers is teach- ig fn the consolidated school at "iulpjiur. Springs. She is a gradu- te of Morningside college and ormerly taught music in the Ti- onka school. Small pots for Gifts filled with violets, se- dums and cactus, 50c to $2.00. "Say It With Flowers" Kemble's Greenhouse Mmfn Offiee Downtown Shop I20S S. fed. 7 W. SUte St. Fhone US Fhene 41« FMh*r, Motfwr, fea, Datwfcttr —• Corona trill ktlp l)i*« oil Tk* iMt jarfebk, nOATIUG SHOT,-TOUCH IEIECIOX. NANO-KEY ACTION. A. Mb <•*! p*r wMk. MM «4 fautrudlM bo»t CORONA * *«rrl» MAX BOYD i, c. fmil* rh.n. in m f. state MMOB City c ^"» Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Pfahler of Chicago spent the week-end with Mr. Pfahler's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Pfahler, 121 Jefferson avenue norhwest, and his sister, Miss Came Pfahler, 222 Jefferson avenue northwest. * * * Miss Nadine Kimrey, 720 jeorgia avenue southeast, has returned from Champaign, 111., where she attended the annual Christmas formal of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity at the University of Illinois. * « » Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hunt and daughter, Dorothy, • have returned to their home in Waterloo .after a visit with Mrs. Hunt's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Cothern, 710 Federal avenue. * # * Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller, 502 Taylor avenue southwest, have returned from Decorah where they were called by the death of Eber Christopher. They attended the funeral on Friday afternoon. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES ALGONA—Marriage licenses issued the past few days were to William E. Meyer, 28, Lakota, and Helen Meyer, 21, Belmond; George K. Lewis, 21, Blue Earth, Minn., and Lulu Ingebritson, 20, Frost, Minn.; Clarence M. Baum, legal, Lakota, and Marie A. Mortfedt, legal, Blue Earth, Minn.; Glendon E. Baum, legal, Blue Earth, Minn.; and Audrey Manson, legal, Frost, Minn.; Gerald Grimm, 24, Humboldt, and Mable Hocking, 20, Po- cohantas; Bernard- Jensen, 26, Fenton, and Ruth Kueck, 22, Lonerock; D. M. Smith, legal, and Bonnie Knopper, legal, both of Des Moines. ANDERSON-TENOLD JOICE—Miss Mildred Tenold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-Oscar Tenold, and Stanley Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Anderson, were married Dec. 12 at the local parsonage. Miss Marlene Hplstad and Hardine Tenold were witnesses, the Rev. L, F. Scheie officiating. They left for Minneapolis after having a wedding supper at the bride's home. .They will make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Anderson. HENNING-GRINER DUMONT—Miss Elvira Griner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Griner, was married Sunday at the home of her parents, to George Henning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles JHenning, Greene, by the Rev. E. M. Millet, .pastor of the United Brethren church. Mrs. Miller played the wedding march. The couple was attended by the sister of •• the bride, Miss Mae Griner, and a brother of the bridegroom, John Henning. A wedding dinner was served to 19 immediate relatives. The bride is a graduate of Dumonl: high school. The couple will be at home until March 1 on a farm northeast of town, being vacated by John Walsh, when they will move to a farm southeast of Allison. TROE-iUNDENE OTRANTO—The marriage of Adeline Lundene, daughter"of Mr. and Mrs. Amos- Lundene, and Lawrence. Troe was solemnized Dec. 10 at the Lutheran parsonage at St. Ansgar by the Rev. Jangbough.-They-were attended" sy Mildred Lundene and Arnold Troe.- They are residing on a farm near Northwood. KENSINGTON CLUB 8 ENTERTAINED ROCKWELL—The Kensington :lub and s few guests were enter- ained at the home of Mr*. Henry filler Friday. Games were played and Christmas gifts exchanged. At the close of the afternoon, refresh' Santa Claus Says: "Let Me Tell You This" . Open Evenings Starting Friday Open Evenings Starting Friday "He 1 !! Appreciate Something to Wear" Each year more and more women are finding the one way of selecting gifts that men will surely appreciate. They have found the answer to their gift problem to be this: "Give a man something to wear ... and make sure that the things you give him come from the store where he would buy things for himself... Gildner's!" For more than 35 years, the Gildner label has been a symbol of quality and style. And when he sees that familiar label in the gifts you give him, you can be sure that his "Thank you" will be sincere. You can be sure that he's going to get plenty of long, satisfactory wear from his gifts. Check This List for Useful Gifts for Men . . . Suits $19.50 to $45.00 Overcoats $14.75 to $50.00 Sheep Coats $ 6.85 to $19.85 Dress Shirts $ 1.59 to $ 2.50 Wool Flannel Shirts $ 1.69 Neckwear $ .65 to $ 3.50 Underwear $ .35 to $ 5.00 Hosiery $ .20to$ 1.00 Sweaters $ 2.45 to $ 5.00 Bath Robes $ 4.85 to $.12.50 Gloves $ '.98to$ 4.00 Pajamas $1.59 to $6.50 Mufflers .95 to $5.00 Garters 25to$ .50 Belts 50 to $3.00 Suspenders 50 to $1.00 Hdkfs. ..". 10 to $1.00 Tie Clasp 50 to $1.00 Key Chains $1.00 to $1.50 Hats $2.50 to $6.50 Caps $1.00 to $2.50 Oxfords $3.95 to $7.50 He 'II Be Glad to See Any of the Following Labels On His Gift: Stetsoii Stylemor Gildners Summit Paris Cooper Beau Brummel Crosby Square Hart Schaffner & Marx- Interwoven. Arrow Longley Munsing Faultless Columbia Whitnev Gift Suggestions for Boys Suits Overcoats Sheep Coats Shirts Pajamas Snow Suits Ski Jackets (From 5 to 18) Neckwear Underwear Hosiery Sweaters Mufflers Handkerchiefs Mackinaws Bath Robes Mittens Gloves Knit Toques Belts Suspenders Cowboy Suits Visit the Largest Boys* Department in North Iowa For Women Hummingbird Hose 79c—$1.00—$1.25 Starting Friday—Store Open Evenings Until Wednesday, Dec. 23rd. Closed Christmas Eve. Get to Know OPPOSITE THE PARK

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