Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 17, 1936 · Page 63
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 63

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Thursday, December 17, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 17 1936 ELEVEN CHILD STUDY CIRCLE MEETS AT HARDING Thirty were present for the Harding Child Study circle Christma* party Wednesday evening at the .school which was preceded by a 'business meeting with Mrs. G. G-Weida presiding. Miss Edith May told of the immunization program and the lesson on "Parents, Children and School" was given by Mrs. C. B. McGowan, assisted by Mrs. Ted Leaman. During the social hour gifts were exchanged and carols sung. Refreshments were served fay Mrs. G. E. Welch, Mrs. Wilbur Plath and Mrs. Charles E. Cooper. It won't .be long till three or four universities have lost enough games to start deploring the overemphasis of college football.— Life. A Christmas Message To Smart Women of Mason City! + + + + + + + + + +•- + Select Your New Holiday Outfit at Hughs! Distinctive Colorful DRESSES That Radiate a Thrilling Beauty! Gorgeous high shade dresses In stunning new contrasts . . . exquisite colorful prints . . . stunning metallic cloth combinations ... smart laces in new shades . . . black and white crepes—swing or tunic dresses ornamented with gold embroidery and glistening jewels! TOMORROW! COATS They're the Ideal Gift! Fashions that look so costly—smart dressy or sport models with luxurious fur collars or stunning self trimmings—coats expertly tailored in desirable fabrics—clever swing or straightline types! Gray, brown, green, rust! COATS Distinctive Christmas Presents! Emphatically costs of the highest type! Note their magnificent fur collars—examine their smart fabrics—admire their distinctive styling —you'll agree, they make ideal gifts! Furs include Wolf, Cross Fox, Fitch, Marmink, Jap Coon. 1 '15 23 00 FUR COATS Surprise Her with a Luxury Gift! Magnificent swagger or fitted models <•>! finest Northern Seal r>r Lapin—featuring clever collar and ,=leeve treatments'. It's the luxury gift that every woman desires' EVENING GOWNS Superb for Christmas! New Years! Individual one-of-a-kind models included! Glamorous Velvets, Satins, Taffetas, Laces, Crepes—shimmering with sequins and beads —enhanced by full skirts . . . stunning jackets , . . flattering details! CHRISTMATROBES + -f Gorgeous flannel or quilted robes . . . beautiful corduroy or fluff . . , suede pajamas—all In new gay colors and patterns—so appropriate for Christmas gifts! $2 98 to $598 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE IETY 2 Sessions of Crescent Club in Day Party Given for Children of Grant. First Grade atY.W.CA. Crescent club entertained pupils of. Miss Berdene Wallace's first grade at Grant school Wednesday afternoon at a Christmas party at the Y. WVC. A. Games were played and refreshments served and gifts were presented to the children. Miss Gertrude Decker, Miss Lottie Swearingen, Miss Mabel Harmon, Miss Mildred Hotchkins, Miss Bessie Pappas and Miss Nellie Thompson, chairman, entertained the children. At the regular Crescent club meeting Wednesday evening at the Y. W. C. A., Miss Miriam Ingra- Iiam, Miss Katherine Walters, Mrs. Jay Lorenz, Mrs. Joe Robinson and daughter, Sarane, and Mrs. J. D. Farrer-and children,- Joy and Shirley, were guests. The program included the singing of Christmas songs, accompanied by Zola Nelson. The club girls conducted a-candlelight ceremony and Nora Flatness sang a number. There were two piano selections by Sarane Robinson, a solo by Genevieve Magnani, a Christmas story by Helen Hamilton and a song by Shirley Farrer, accompanied by Joy Farrer. Miss Thompson was chairman of arrangements and Miss Flatness and Miss Magnani had charge of refreshments. The next meeting will be-Dec. 30 with Ollie.Easley as chairman and a bob sled" party will be held Jan. 6 with Hildred Elbert in charge. Hearst at least has the consolation of saying, "I told you so." He advised against making speeches. —Davenport Times. WIFE PRESERVERS HOLIDAY PARTY 1 TO BE HELD AT HOTEL HANFORD Flan Christmas Party. GOLDFIELD—The newly organized Goldfield ' Businessmen's club held an oyster stew at the Memorial hall Monday evening with 30 members present Following the supper a business meeting was held in charge of H. L. Stevenson, president Plans were made for a Christmas party at the hall on Thursday afternoon.. Leftover yolks of eggs, if put at once.into a glass of cold water will'keep "fresh and soft for several days. They may also be boiled hard and used for sandwiches or garnish. A Gift Sensation! BOB LENNAN GIVES BIH1HDAY PARTY Bob Lennan, 1130 Fourth street southwest, entertained 11 friends Wednesday evening at his home on his eleventh birthday. Games were played and refreshments served. Guests included Mrs. Bob Mason, Mrs. Harry Bailey, Mrs. Neva Moore, Larry Bailey, Marilyn .Mason, Oliver Gregerson, Bill Burke, Wilfred Reuter, Fritz Hanson, Malcolm Gore, Dick Lennan, 1 Joe Moore and John 'Lennan. DeBUHR-SMITH ROCKFORD—Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Sylvia Smith, daughter of' Mrs. Georgia Rooks,'Kadoka, S. Dak,, and Jack De Buhr of Waterloo, which took place at the Little Brown church on Saturday afternoon. The couple was attended by a brother and sister of the bridegroom. They will be at home in Waterloo where Mr. DeBuhr is employed at the Rath company and Mrs. DeBuhr will complete her course in the Pitzie Beauty school. Mrs. DeBuhr was a resident of this place for a number of years before entering school in Waterloo. Invitations have been sent to 70 grade school children for a Christmas party sponsored by the Young Democratic club which will be given Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford coffee' shop. The children will be called for at their schools at 1:45 o'clock, . > . The afternoon's program will include dance numbers by pupils of Miss Helen Carr and Jimmy Fleming. Santa ClauS. will distribute gifts and there will be a fish pond for toys. A peanut hunt will be conducted and Miss Lucille Durkin will tell a Christmas story. Decorations will include s large Christmas tree and refreshments will be served. Miss Kathryn Mullan Is chairman of general arrangements. Billy Hayes is in charge of transportation, Dorothy Madsen, program; Dick Felix, games; Charles Bush, Jr., and Ray Kreul, refreshments; Paul Hartigan and Clem Craychee, decorations. TALK ON SCHOOL MISSIONS GIVEN The . Calvary" Methodist Home Missionary society met' with Mrs. C. H. Major, 102 Twelfth street northwest, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs, H. E. Kennedy led the devotional service; Mrs. Maurice Zander sketched' briefly the mountain mission work and gave the location of the schools and Mrs. A. A. Sriggs had charge of the lesson Erom the study book on "Racial Problems." Give - him 'aBoxof * Interwoven f Sbcks * for Christmas 35c,50cto$1.00 Watches ASK RAY SENEY The Gift Every Man Wants/ EVERY man will appreciate the sttractivenes* of these taring and »lk».,. the rich colors ... the handsome, unusual pattern*! Wool lined, to resist wrinkling! •for MEN Good quality, newest styles and expert workmanship make Kresge's gloves outstanding! In black or brown capeskin or canary colored Pigtex. Tot Ck^jtht^t4 Cfa&A, 9 SOUTH FEDERAL SCARF SETS EACH SET IN INDIVIDUAL GIFT BOX They are so adorable, and make such delightful gifts, that you will buy one for every feminine name on your list. WARM CUDDLY SETS, for SPORTS, TAILORED TYPES for STREET, even GLAMOROUS SETS for DRESS WEAR. ALL HEADSIZES, STYLES for CHILDREN, GIRLS, MISSES and WOMEN. HUGHS 3 South Federal KRESGE 25-1 9 South Federal 52

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