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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 17 1936 CHRISTMAS PARTY IS HELD BY WA-TAN-YE CLUB MEMBERS Preparation Is Made for Yule Giving Eight New Members Ke- ceived Into Organization at Meeting. Members of the Wa-Tan-Ye •club held their annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, 323 Jefferson avenue northwest, Wednesday evening. Dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock at tables decorated with red roses and red candles. Following dinner eight new members were welcomed and initiated into the club. They are Miss Hazel Thomas, Miss Ellen Smith, Miss Helen Toppin, Miss Margai- et Hotchkin, Miss Ida Reynolds, Mrs. M. G. Wimroer, Mrs. Jean Huffman ana Miss Tommy D. Priest. Miss Mildred 'Kuhleraeier, Miss Lurana Warner and Miss Marie Fuller were in charge of the initiation ceremony and explained the principals and purpose of Wa- Tan-Ye. Each new number was presented a service card, a code of ethics and the constitution of the club. Santa Claus arrived and distributed gifts to all. Three, baskets of food were assembled and distributed by the public affeirs committee. The toys which were received by the members as gifts were turned over to this committee to be given out at Christmas time. New Officers Elected by Order of Rainbow CHRISTMAS PARTY HELD BY PHOENICIANS Miss Florence Martin entertained the Phoenician club at its annual Christmas party Wednesday evening at the Hotel Hanford. Di.itrtr was served at a table decorated with Christmas greens and red tapers and following dinner, gifts from a Christmas tree were distributed. Musical entertainment was provided and games were played during the evening with prizes going to Miss Irene Holman, Mrs. David Holman and Miss El- freshments were eanor McLaughlin. close of the party. BETTY THOMAS Mason City Couple Marry at Northwooc Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mott, 80£ Carolina avenue southeast, announce the marriage of thei daughter, La Von Wilson, to Car Rade, son of Mrs.^ Clare Hodson Carolina place southeast, which took place Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage in Northwood. The Rev. Harold E Mayo officiated. Mrs. Etna Mac- Eh-oy and Edward Crowley attended the couple. Mr. Rade an: his bride will leave. Friday for San Antonio, Tex., to make their home, SURPRISE PARTY HELD AT ANGELLS Relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Angel], surprised them at their home, 1502 Hampshire avenue northeast, Wednesday evening on the occasion of their rwenty-first wedding anniversary. ?ive Hundred was played at four ;ables with high score prize going :o Mr. and Mrs. Bert Adkins and to Mr. and Mrs. Angell. Reserved at the Beauty Shop Special! PERMANENT WAVES Beautiful ringlet end permanent fashioned into delightful curls to frame your face! Expert operators. No appointment necessary. Shampoo and Fingerwave 50c i* -* * -*# ft ft ft ft ft USEFUL and LASTING GIFTS for Mother — Sister — Sweetheart DRESSES.. S 5 90 $490 • UD H» Robes and Pajamas in Flannel, Silks, Satin, Corduroy, etc... IS SKI SUITS.. *5«! up f* SWEATERS, BLOUSES, •** TWIN SETS SJ98 EXTRA SPECIAL *| ft ft ft ft ft ft Strutweor Hose, first quality, perfect. 4-thread ringless chiffon Per Pair OUR REGULAR $1.00 HOSE 79« Betty Thomas Chosen Head of Organization at Meeting. " Betty Thomas was elected worthy advisor of the Order ol Rainbow for Girls at a meeting Wednesday night at the Masonic temple. Other newly elected officers include Dorothy Wolf, associate advisor; Lorene George, charity; Betty Stevens, hope; Yvonne Riley, faith; Evelyn Schmael, drill leader; Helen Evaland, recorder; Dorothy Rose, 'treasurer; Rosemary Hess, pianist; choir director, Adene Tobsing, Representing the colors, Mildred Van Every was named red; Maxine Hull, orange; Marian Dickinson, yellow; Marjorie Wood, green; Lorna Mae Woolworth, blue; Pauline Walter, indigo; Jewell Lemler, violin. Jane Town- san was elected confidential ob- 'ssrver; Betty Evaland, outer observer and Mae Grace Spuhler, chaplin. Installation will be held Jan. 6 at a candle ceremony to which Eastern Star members and Masons are being invited. A skating party is planned for Christmas vacation with Dorothy Wolf acting as hostess. A Christmas party followed the business session and games and contests were held. Betty Eyaland won a prize in the ice contest. Carols were sang by candlelight and each member brought a gift to be sent to the hospital for crippled children in Minneapolis. A baby quilt which the girls made with the help of Mrs. A. Schmael will also be sent. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. OFFICERS NAMED BY OUR SAVIOURS ORGANIZATIONS Officers were elected by Our Saviour's Ladies aid at a meeting Wednesday at the church with Mrs. A. N. Olson acting as hostess. Mrs. Joe Factor was named president, Mrs. R. Jones, vice president, Mrs. L. Jones, secretary, and Mrs. Erickson, treasurer. Officers elected by the three circles of the Ladies aid were announced. They include Mrs. Fred .lartinson, president, Mrs. H. Lunning, vice president, and Mrs. A, N. Olson, secretary-treasurer of he Mary and Martha circle. Mrs. Joe Wolski is president, VIrs. B. Leath, vice president, and VTrs. H. McCaulley, secretary- reasurer of the Rebecca circle, ,nd Mrs. H. Hendricks, president, VIrs. R. R. Nesje, vice president, and Mrs, Fred Lyman, secretary- treasurer of the Dorcas circle. NAST-SCHACHT CRESCO—The Rev. L. W. Moench, pastor of Immanuers Lutheran church, officiated at the wedding of Mrs. Laura Schacht and Charles W. Nast. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Widman. Mr. Nast was for many years the buttermaker at the Farmers Co-operative creamery in Cresco, and more'recently associated with the E. J, Widman tire and auto repair shop, A wedding dinner was served to the bridal party and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Nast will continue to make their home in Cresco. 101 Years Are Achieved by Farm Woman Mrs. John McHenry Marks Birthday at Home Near Mason City. Mrs. John McHenry is rounding out 101 years Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edith Church, in Port- 1 a n d township, six miles east of Mason City, There will be a quiet celebration at the Church home as Mrs. McHenry is not as vigorous, at present, as she has been heretofore. Her hearing is failing but her eyesight is good and she has busied herself by .doing some sewing and a little Mrs. McHenry housework. Mrs. McHenry comes of long lived stock. Her father lived to be 100 years and her mother died at 85 years," and others of the family were of good age. Born in Indiana. She was born in Indiana in 1835. Her maiden name was Sarah Catherine Yoder and she has always lived in the country and on a farm. She was 11 years old when Iowa became a state and she came to Bremer county in 1853 and in 1858 she was married to John McHenry who died in 1909. Her life bridges the time from the log cabin, the ox team, the spinning wheel and the loom to the present and she has lived in Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri. In 1855 she came in a wagon from Indiana to Bremer county, and then to Floyd county. In 1884 she drove a covered wagon to Plankington, S. Dak., and in 1888 she drove back to Floyd county. The men folks drove cattle both ways. She tells of going to church barefooted and carrying her shoes to be put on before getting to the church. Came Before Railroad. She was 17 years old before a railroad entered Chicago from the east. The invention of the reaper came only four years before she was born; the telegraph came 11 years after her birth and also" the admission of Iowa as a state into the union. Tallow candles furnished; them light for the first 30 years. Mrs. McHenry had three daugh-. ters, Mrs. Clara Rader, deceased; Mrs.-' Alice Van -Wieghel living- near Floyd and.Mrs. Edith Church.' There are 18 grandchildren, 16 Tunic and Peplum Blouse GLOBE-GAZETTE-PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. By DIANA DAY We Suggest You Purchase the Diamond of RAY SENEY great grandchildren and 10 great great grandchildren. NEW DEAL CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING New Deal club met with Mrs Andrew Peterson, 1430 Madison avenue northwest, Wednesday evening. There were four tables of 500 with prizes going to Jake Nagel and Mrs. Jess Davis, high, and Lawrence Birch and Mrs. Veno Crawford, low. Gifts were exchanged and the next meeting will be with Mrs. Crawford, Seventh street southwest. JEFFERSON CIRCLE MEETS FOR PARTY Jefferson Child Study circle met at the home of Mrs. Ralph Schiff- naan, 311 Rhode Island avenue southeast, for a Christmas party with Mrs. Arthur Krager, .Mrs. Lawrence Lysne and Mrs. Robert Chambers as assisting hostesses. Mrs. G. E. Harrison told a Christmas story and Mrs. Krager gave "Why the Chimes Rang." Games were played and refreshments served. AN AMAZING VALUE! in MEN--- We are in 9 position to give you special attention in selecting, your gifts. ft Be Sure and See Us Before You Buy •4 •* ft ft) p.fi< 15 SOUTH FEDERAL SCARF SETS 79c to $1.95 Ideal Christmas Gifts! Warm! Colorful! Practical! Hockey Caps 59c Single Pattern Offers Directions for Making Either Princess Style Tunic or Short Peplum Blouse. These two blouses inspired by the Directoire and Empire periods will do lots for your winter wardrobe. They may be quite formal or informal, depending entirely upon the fabric you select For cocktails and dining out informally, lustrous satin crepe or lame' has grand above-the-table appeal. They may be worn' with a street or an ankle length skirt. You couldn't wish for anything lovelier or smarter for Casual wear than either model of wool, heavy crepe silk or of velveteen. A nice choice for school, college and office is plaid or checked w_pol. This pattern and material in a Christmas box will please the most fastidious person. Style No. SCSI is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44 inches bust. Size 16 requires 2% yards of 39-inch material for tunic blouse with 2 yards of 39-inch material for peplum blouse. Send fifteen cents (15c), (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 juniors. Book costs ten cents. Send for your.copy today! Book and pattern together twenty-five cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Friendship Society Meets at St. James St James Lutheran Friendship society met in the parlors of the church Wednesday evening with August Buhr, president, in. charge. Mrs. O. Govig announced the program which included a Christmas reading by Mrs. G. E. Punke, two vocal trio numbers by Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. B. T. Erholm and Mrs. O. Mall, a Christmas selection by Harry Kinney and.vocal numbers by Dan Phalen. Games were in charge of Mrs. Harry Kinney and Mrs. Oswald Mall. Mr. and Mrs. H. Maass, Mr. and Mrs. R. Krieger and Mr. and Mrs. Max Rohde served refreshments. Christmas gifts were ex^changed. Mrs. Geistlinger to Present Pupils Mrs. J. A. Geistlinger, 541 Fourth street southeast, will present a group of pupils in a recital at the Y. W. C. A. on Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. They are Dean Hugi, Loretta Grell, Gene Rae Keister, Glen Wyborny, George Keister, Margie Ward, Marian Frenz, Zae Woodward, Helen Frenz, Rita Clausen, Dorothy Berger, Vern Clausen, Phyllis men, Dorothy Shinn, Marie Baker, Robert Shinn, Juanita Rettinghouse, Lila Johnson, Wanda Hintzen, Marian Johnson, Donald Ulen. THURSDAY Baptist D. O. A.— 6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Gertrude Birkholz, 1434 Fourth street southeast. Monroe-Washington C. S. C.— 6:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. S. Bobier, 1214 Adavns avenue northwest Sorosis club— 6:30 o'clock, Euchre and Cycle club, Hariford, guest night dinner, Mrs..L. R. Roberts, Mrs. E. W.. Clark, -Mrs. committes L. J. Strahan,- American Jjegion Auxiliary — 7:30 o'clock, 40 rooms; Lincoln P. X. A.— and 8 club- a 7:45 o'clock, school, Christmas play by students. Imminucl Luther league— 8 o'clock, church, Christmas party. Daisy Holt, Marion Gustafson, Fred O'Green, committee. Women of the Moose— 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. L. O. T. O.— 8 o'clock, T. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY Presbyterian Missionary society— 2:30 o'clock church, Christma tea, the Rev. Ida Helgen, speak er, Mrs. R. W. Fischbeck devo taons. U. C. T.— 7:30 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium, Christmas party. Friendly circle— 1 o'clock, Mrs. Joe Buckland," 1' Twenty-fifth street southwest Christmas party. Christian Workers- Divisions 1 and 2, 1 o'clock, 85' Second street northwest; division 5, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. H Stevens, 936 Pennsylvania avenue northeast; division 6, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. A. Morphew 645 Eleventh street northeast division 4, Mrs. C. W. Hicks, 911 Jefferson avenue northwest. St. James Ladles' aid— Division. 2, 2 o'clock, Mrs. H Thompson, R. R. 3; division 3 2 o'clock, Mrs. L. Bailey, 33% East State street. Kill Kare Klub— Y. M. C. A., annual oyster supper and Christmas party, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser, hosts. Sunbeam Workers— 7 o'clock, Betty Hunt, 230 Twenty-Second street southeast St. James Junior league— 7:30 o'clock, church, Christmas party, Donald Schultz, chairman. Progressive club — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davidson, no gift exchange. Pleasant Ridge club— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean, Christmas-party, Queen Rebekah lodge— 7:30 o'clock, I. 0. O. F. hall. COUPLE RECEIVES LICENSE TO WED NEW HAMPTON—License to wed was issued to Arthur Arnold and Sadie Bernelda Thompson, both of Lawler. COUPLES MARRIED AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA—Marriages at the Little Brown church; performed by the Rev. William Kent include those of Sadie Bernelda Thompson and Arthur Arnold, Lawler; Helen Oilman and Wendell McClain, Deep River; Dorothy -Eayrs, Dodge Center^ Minn., -and George Thorn, Kasson, Minn.; > Mildredi Wilson and Bert Klossowsky,: New Hamptori: • Sylvia Smith and Jake. DeBuhr, Waterloo; Glee Ready, Bagley, Wis., and Stanley Clifton, Wisconsin. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT CRESCO .CRESCO — Marriage licenses were issued at Cresco for C. W. Nast, legal, and Mrs. Laura Schacht, legal, both of Cresco; John Ufkes, 21, and Mae Verna Heslop, 22, both of Rochester, Minn.; Lyle Cameron and Ruth Gunhus, both 23, of Cresco. &JMm#tmw Ladies Holepioof Hose 79*^*1- in beautiful gift boxes C. E. Flynn Is Speaker at Madison Christmas Program Presented at Meeting of P. T. A. at School. • The Rev. C. E. Flynn addressed the members of the Madison P. T. A. bringing them a message stressing the Christmas spirit,, and the need of good will towards man. He said that there is too much strife in politics, in religion and in community, with each person striving to outdo the other. Miss Miriam Marston played a piano solo and the boys and girls of sixth and seventh grades under the direction of Miss Elvira Peterson and Miss Rachel Corrough gave a pantomime play entitle'* "Christmas Windows." Mary Jean Olson acted as reader, Robert Young as poor little child, Jerome Ericson as Santa Claus, and Betty Russell as the young mother. The opening scene showed a little child peering in a toyshop window full of toys the keeper soon asking him to move on. Then he is seen in front of a house where children are making merry and Santa Claus appears and gives gifts, but the curtains are drawn and the little boy is shut out Then he stands in front of a grand SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS _ SINCE 1920 eoURTEir AND SATISFACTION WITH house where he is watching a gay party of minuet dancers. Carolers come to sing, but turn a cold shoulder on the little boy. Finds No Room. He wanders on .coming to a church where songs are sung, but when he wishes to enter, is told there is no room. Finally.he arrives at the window of a small cottage where a mother is telling the Christmas story to her little children. They see the little stranger and welcome him in and find that the Christ child had come to their hearts on Christmas eve. Carols were sung by P. T. A. group led by Miss Marston, accompanied by Miss Martha Sours. Preceding the business session the school orchestra played under the direction of Mr. Storer. Mrs. F. Lynian read the presidents message, - • Flan Immunization. Dr. Draper Long explained the immunization project sponsored by the Medical society. It was voted to buy a $5 Christmas seal bond and to give $2 to the Globe- Gazette cheer fund. The comimttee-in charge of refreshments included Mrs. E. Westcott, Mrs. M. Rasmussen, Mrs. W. Billings, Mrs. H. McCauley, Mrs. H. Russell, Mrs. L. Ericson, Mrs. C. Van Way and Mrs. C. Buffington. BAPTIST MISSION CIRCLE PLANS PARTY The Baptist Mission circle will give its annual Christmas party tor new Americans Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the church parlors. Give Her An E. Albrechr FUR COAT Thrilling to buy because they're such dependable quality and remarkable values. Thrilling to get because there's no gift a woman wants more. And our varied selection is most inviting, fine styling, and highest quality. All quality furs. Sealinet at Low as and up $59.95 Other coats of Muskrat, Caracul, Natural Sealskin, Raccoon, Lapin and Hudson Seal at most modest pricings. SNOW SUITS For Misies and Girl* Smart new styles in bright color combinations. All sizes. Price range from IMIIWI i^» / MI Ot^C-3. I I lt,C $5.95 - $16.95 See You Tomorrow" SANTA CLAUS MOLDS For the kiddles, and^for crownups who are still younr at heart—fl.50 per dot. HOLLY WREATH MOLDS Cheery as the season it represents is this delicious individual lc« cream holly wreath—$1.50 per don. POINSETTIA MOLDS Carry'. out your flower decorations in ice cream—$1.50 per dor. Also CANDLES CHRISTMAS STARS CHRISTMAS BELLS TURKEYS j SNOWBALLS CHRISTMAS TREE CENTER BRICK, $1.60 per gal NESSELRODE ICE CREAM, $1.40 p«r gal. CRANBERRY SHERBET, $1.40 per gal. HUTCHINSON'S ICE CREAM

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