Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 16, 1936 · Page 49
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 49

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 16, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOIC-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 16 1936 NINE Ar* Parent* of Son. STILSON-rBorn to Mr. and Mrs. William Leerer an 8V> pound Soy. This is their first child. Christmas Furs This Christmas GIVE FURS A lotting gift . . . one whose pleasure dots not end with Christmas day, a gift which continues to bring joy! A MUFF or SCARF is sure to please. "Open Evenings By Appointment" IETY PHONE 788 275 Present for Talk at St. Joseph's The Rev. Joseph Kirk Gives Discussion of Yule Significance. The Catholic motif in Christmas celebrations was brought home to 275 members who attended the December meeting of the St. Joseph P. T. A., held Tuesday evening in the parish hall. The Rev. Joseph Kirk of Rockwell in a short talk pointed out the importance of the mother and j the child and the olace of the home in the Christmas festivities. To all, especially Catholics, the speaker indicated. Christmas should bring a transformation that would manifest itself in kindness and benevolence. The spiritual joy of the soul at such a time should receive its vitality from the sacraments of the church, from the WIFE PRESERVERS Fruit and wafers, cheese and nuts make a satisfactory dessert for those guests who are on a reducing diet Christ into WHY BUTTER? "Butter occupies an unique position among the food fats because of its richness in Vitamin A." "A surplus of Viromin A in the body is not simply a reserve asset to be used at some future time, but also actirely increases the vigor and the ability of the body to resist disease." By Dr. Sherman, Columbia University Nationwide Authority Foods and Nutrition. Protect Your Health—Ask for Butter Made from Fresh Sweet Cream Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. The Cult of Alphonse. The French have been talking jghtly about the war debts they owe to the United States. Charm- ng conversationalists as ever, the Trench.—Kansas City Star. COMP tor DAD'S EASY CHAIR worthy reception of the heart. Children Perform. "Mimi Lights a Candle," a drama, and "Christmas Cantata" were the entertainment numbers on the program. These were presented by the sixth grade. Thos playing in the drama were Pa tricia Kelley, Patricia Conno Betty Rosa, Shirley Kennisoi Phyllis Woodhouse, Pauline Paul sen, Robert Hansen, Florenc Dunn and June McKiness. In the cantata, William Gasa way recited the story of Christ' birth. Those who pantomimed th parts were as follows: Mary, th Mother of Christ, Mary Ellei PJonsky: St. Joseph, Wilfred Reu i ter; shepherds, Cassius McMeni I men, Terry Nettleton, Leste j Kelly, Gerald French, Anthony Cannella, Charles Younke, Ber nard Lang, Donald Jarosh; angels Phyllis Woodhouse, Colleen Crow ley, Shirley Kennison, Betty Rosa Geraldine French, Merella McNamara; the Magi, William Burke, Jack Skyles and Jacl Fleming. Music for the meeting consistec of community singing led by Leo Carle with Mary Agnes Connor a the piano, and of carol singing by sixth graders with violin accompaniment by Robert Lennon, Miss Edith May of the public health nursing service announcec the immunization program to be conducted for school children during January. Some legislative problems to be watched by Catholics during the next congress were pointed out by Mrs. E. J Kelly. An outdoor Bethlehem project was announced by Mr. Carle. Grade six won the attendance prize. B The -whole family ivilt envy Dad when he reads his evening paper in the clear. glarcJcsn light o; this scientific lamp. Il provides perfect Hsht for rcadinK or seivinc—a zodscnci for eyes that are no longer young, and preserving the eyes of youth. The I. E. S. Better Lisht—what better Christmas present for Dad, or the whole family. SPECIAL VALUE This Genuine II.S.APPROV Better Light- fietter Sight Bridge Lamp '\.l.S. 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Order now and avoid disappointment. Plants from 75c up. Kembles Greenhouse M.ln Office Downtown gh.p Phone M Ph.nt,41« i::«J S. F.deral ^ Wett Suu Anniversary Is Observed With Dinner Civil War Groups' Officials Attend,Affair Held at P. G. and E. Dorothea L. Dix tent of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War celebrated the fifty-first anniversary of the organization with a dinner and program Tuesday evening at the P. G. and E. The color ff the national organization, yellow, was carried out in miniature tents which decorated the tables. Places for 60 were marked with Santa Claus place cards and rose buds were presented to the G. A. R, ./members. Red candles and Christmas trees decorated the auditorium. Mrs. Iva Willey had charge of decorations, Mrs. Dora Liesveld, Mrs. H. F. Goodwin, Mrs. M. C. Fessenden and Mrs. August Hanson, reception, and Mrs. S. A, Bemis, Mrs. J. J. Sheldon, Mrs. Grace Davis, Mrs. Harry Thorn, Mrs. Lillian Barney, Mrs. Anna McBride, Miss Marian Garlock, Mrs. Belle Farmer, Mrs. O. Belseth and Mrs. Bemis, refreshments. Announcement Made of McEnelly-Jones Wedding Held in'35 FERTILE—Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jones of Fertile announce the marriage of their daughter,-Melva, to Clinton McEnelly of Detroit, Mich., which took place at Northwood, March 2, 1935, in 'the Methodist church, the Rev. William Crossley officiating. Mrs. McEnelly is a graduate of the Ferule high-school and since has been working part time in her father's general store. Mr. McEnelly is a graduate of the local school, and up till a year ago was employed by the Fertile Dairy company. At present Mr. McEnelly is manager of the Detroit Creameries-' Inc., Detroit, where they will be at home after Dec. 20. —o— Sorenson-Charlson Wedding Is Held at Forest City Church FOREST CITY—Miss Evelyn Charlson, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Charlson of Forest City, became the bride of Leslie Sorensen, son of Mrs. Elvina Sorensen of Miller, on Mrs. Charlson's birthday, Dec. 8, at the Scandinavian Methodist church, with the Rev. C. H. Petterson officiating. Candles and chrysanthemums decorated the church and preceding the ceremony, Mrs. John Kester sang "At Dawning" and "I Love You Truly," accompanied by Mrs. Harvey Sorensen. Mrs. Sorensen played the "Lohengrin" and Mendelssohn wedding marches. The bride who was given in marriage by her father wore a white satin gown with a floor length tulle veil arranged in cap style. She carried pink roses. Miss Irene Charlson, cousin- of the bride, who acted as bridesmaid, was attired in rose colored satin and wore a corsage of pink roses. Merle Sorensen was his brother's best man and th« ushers were Amery Charlson, a cousin of the bride, amd Floyd Lundstrum. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. Pink dnd white decorations were used throughout and a three tier wedding cake baked by Mrs. Floyd Lundstrom centered the bride's table. The Misses Mamie Hutchins and Agnes Olson assisted in serving. Where Nature Fails. "The fur of the Khesus monkey," we read, "will grow longer overnight to protect the animal from cold." Unfortunately, nature has not provided a comparable compensating system for the taxpayer.—South Bend Tribune. A. A. U. W. HEARS ADDRESS GIVEN ON SCANDINAVIA Members of the Mason City branch of the American Association of University Women met Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Luelda Cariton, 1432 Virginia avenue northeast Enoch A. Norem, the speaker of the evening, talked on "Scandinavia, the Peaceful and Prosperous." He pointed out the causes that had contributed to keeping the Scandinavian countries out of war and to their comparatively high standard of living. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served by Miss Let HALLS Credit Clothiers Furnish Your Christmas Turkey Free ASK OUR CLERKS FOR DETAILS Cariton, assisted by Miss Lillian Shimmick. Safety Deterrent. The big hindrance to safety on the highways is that with roads 25 per cent safer the motorist wants to go 50 per cent faster.— Lawrence Tribune. HOW OFTEN CAN YOU KISS AND MAKE UP? husbands can understand why a wife should turn from • pleasant companion Into a shrew (or one whole week In every mouth. You can say "I'm sorry" and kiss and make up euier before marriage than after. If you're wine and if you want to hold your husband, you won't be a three-quarter wife. For three generations one woman has told another how to go "smiling through" with Lydia E. Pink- hum's Vegetable Compound. It helps Nature tone up the t.ystem, thus lessening the discomforts foom the functional disorders which women must endure in the three ordeals of JJfe: 1. Turning from girlhood to womanhood. 2. Preparing for motherhood. 1 Approaching "middle age." Don't be a three-quarter wife. take LYDIA E. .PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND and Go "Smiling Through." Patriotic Instructor. The program which followed the dinner was opened by Mrs. Iva Willey, tent president, who introduced Mrs. G. R. Winchell, department patriotic instructor. Mrs. Winchell had charge of- the program. A group from the high school sang Christmas carols. - Patriotic songs were chosen for assembly singing with Mrs. Alta Rule as accompanist and the flag salute was led by Mrs. Carl Borland, local patriotic instruction. Tribute to Flag. Distinguished guests were introduced and spoke briefly. They included John Risley of Des Moines, department commander of the G. A. R, who paid a tribute to ;he flag and Oley Nelson of Slater, past national commander in chief of the G. A. R., %vho gave an account of the Washington convention. Mr. Kelson also told of a vis- t paid by him and his mother to Mason City in 1866. They came in i covered wagon and stopped at :he Portland Mill, later going to r orest City and finally to Story :ounty where they settled. Mr. Nelson gave a story in Norwegian lialect. John Williams, president of the ocal G. A. R., was introduced. Mrs. Janet Black of Nevada, de- iartment president of the Daugh- ers, greeted the guests and was tonored with the singing of a lirthday song. Mrs. Risley spoke iriefly. Patriotic Societies. Tributes to the G. A. R. were iaid by Asa L. Briar, past depart- nent commander of the Sons of nion Veterans, George Tyler, ommander of Smith camp No. 2, Sons of Union Veterans; Henry Diehl, adjutant of Smith camp and ssistant adjutant of the G. A. R., V. F. Hathaway of Des Moines, flrs. O. W. Crawford, president of he W. R. C., Mrs. Emma Duncan, "livil War widow; Harry Black, '. F. W.; Mrs. S. S. Hudson, Clear iake, department chaplain of the laughters; Mrs. P. D. Leith, Clear ake. president of the Clear Lake ent; Mrs. J. S. Charlesworth, pa- riotic instructor of the Clear Lake ent. Civil war widows present at the affair were Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Alice Ransom, Mrs. Jane Stanfield, Mrs. Jennie Garlock and Mrs. Elizabeth Byers. Christmas Pageant Will Be Staged at Meeting at Lincoln Lincoln P. T. A.'will have a Christmas program Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock in the school auditorium. A Christmas pageant will be presented by the seventh and eighth grade pupils. The story of the play is based on the Christmas customs of Holland, Germany, England and France. The pageant is in five scenes, each representing a country, to be acted 10 the accompaniment . of the girls' glee club and sextet. Miss Elizabeth Leland and Miss Geraldine Stenby have directed the pageant. * BITS ABOUT'EM Mrs. L. E. 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