Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 47
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 47

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 22 M 1936 SEVEN- Visitors From Buttcrficld. CORWITH—Week-end guests at the Dr. P. E. Walley home were his mother, Mrs. Josephine Walley, a sister, Mrs. Elmo Peterson., and son. of Truman, Minn., and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ross W alley of Eutterlicld. Minn. Return From Rapids. PROTIVIN — Bernard Puffer, Ruben Luchek and Ben Busta motored to Cedar Rapids and were accompanied back by Arthur Luchek, who attends the Palmer barber college and Agnes Bouska who also attends college there. South Federal Avenue Says "Merry Christmas" With Unusual Offerinffs in Gorgeous Holiday Apparel! Hintgen Successor to Charles Cityan as WPA Director COUNCIL BLUFFS, m—Leo Hintgen, former city engineer at Sioux City and recently with the Iowa PWA, has been sent here as j director of WPA operations for the fifth Iowa district, succeeding Ralph Briggs of Charles City. ' Briggs, who came , here six months ago from the Waterloo WPA office, will be transferred to some other WPA office in the slate. IETY I Officers Re-Elected i at Christmas Party Guy M. Gillette, Cherokee, recently elected United Stales senator from Iowa. for Townsend Club | Plays and Music Are Arrives From Chicaco. DOUGHERTY — Mrs. Margaret Robb of Chicago came Saturday to t care for her aunt. Mrs. Mike Mci Laughlin, who is ill. Sparkling New DRESSES + For Kcery Holiday Occasion! Gay exquisite ?\ving; or tunic frocks adorned with bright metal thread, gold trimming's and sparkling jewels— gorgeou? high shade blending?—colorful new print?—smart metallic cloth combinations — stunning laces — dresses stvled for holiday celebrations! COATS She'll Appreciate for Christmas! Value? you csnnot resist —marvelous s p o ;• t or dressy coats with stunning collar? of luxurious fur—also smart tailored models — fashioned from sturdy fabrics in new silhouettes! All desirable shade:.: are here! $ l» SANTA GLAUS MOLDS $1.50 per doz. Also Poinseltias. Candles. Stars, Holly Wreaths. Turkeys, Bells. Christmas Tree Bricks A ffreen tree renter In a vanilla brick. Per gal (£ -i r»n t)>l.l)U Nesselrode Ice Cream A delicious blending of fruits make this a favorite. Per pal $1.40 Cranberry Sherbet Serve with turkev, chicken, $1.40 duck. Per sr HUTCHINSON'S ICE CREAM 500 Present for Program by Students Jimmy Fleming's Pupils in Dance and Music Recital. About 500 persons attended the recital given by Jimmy Fleming's music and dancing pupils Monday evening in the I. O. O. F. hall. The i program was an attractive one I with all of the performers conj tributing to the excellence of the entertainment. The accordion band played "Beautiful Ohio'' as the opening number and the baby class followed with a waltz clog. Betty Buchanan played "The Fountain," Lavonne Bracken. "The Stars and Stripes Forever" and Barbara Hawkins and Phyllis Smith appeared in "Two Twinkling Tappers." Many Perform. Irene Sweny's number was "The Polliwog," Junior Swab, Dance," Mahala Mead, Mary Francis Perkyl and Arlene Lorber, "Streamlined Tappers," Mc!lie Napoletano, "Monkey Business;" Laura Jane Kelly, "Orange Blossoms;" Norman Schober, buck and wing dance; Johnnie Siesseger, "The Accordion King March;" Marilyn Determan, "Marilyn's Cane Dance;" Francis Slepicka, i "Nola," and Marion and Lavonne | Bracken. "The Struttir. Sisters." If your family refuses to eat cooked cereals, heat the prepared ones in the oven a few minutes before serving. It crisps them and makes them much more palatable. Soldier and the China Doll" by Paul Clausen, beginners waltz clog by eight girls; "Mickey Mouse's Birthday Party" by Mary Farmakis, "Somebody Stole My Gai" by Clyde Schotanus. Appearing in "The Merry Mod- ernetttes" were Laura Jane .Kelly, Loretta Mc.Kee, Kathryn Glanville, Lorene Schmitt, Carol Heap, Mar. . ian Coonan, Thelma Van 'H,orn; ' Rustic | "Neapolitan Nights," Betty Buchanan; syncopated rhythm tap, Kathryn Ann Knapp and the finale, a group dance. The program was concluded with "Farewell to Thee" by the accordion band. Breakfast Is Given, for Bob Shepard on Return From Harvard Bob Shepard who arrived Monday morning from Cambridge, Mass., where he is a student at Harvard university, w?s honored at a breakfast given at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shepard, Ho Tenth street northwest, Monday. I Guests were 25 former school- j mates from the Mason City high | school and a number of them who! are attending various schools and colleges told ol their experiences during the first term away from home. Mrs, W. L. Bliss acted as hostess in the absence of Mrs. Shepard who is confined to the hospital -where she is recovering from injuries received in a fall. Before the breakfast. Bob visited his mother at the r.ospital. He accompanied Mr. Shepard to Minneapolis Tuesday morning on a business trip. —o— The auditorium of the P. G. & ' f\",,«-, -,»• E. building was well filled Mon- | UlVCn 31 J day evening for the Christmas j ALEXANDER— A program con- party of the Townsend club here, j sjsting of two re ijgi ous p i ays -A for which a full program had been j Madonna's Soliloquy" and "A prepared. President C. K. Kianey, Christmas Problem." "a dramatized Vice President Verne A. Mettler Christmas Problem," a dramatized missionary storv on world-wide and Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. I misslons and musical numbers OS. Winter were re-elected a-1 sn d singing by the women's quar- officers for the ensuing six I tet _ wa -.. ,j iven in lha Unitcc j months. i c ] lurc h Sunday evening. It was he Missionary so- church. Mr. Kinney and Marlys Brown I presented by t gave a skit. ''Christmas Memor- 1 dely of , hc dll " ' " ies." Mrs. Agnes Benett sang and played Sarena Robinson played two solos on the piano, "Prelude in C. Minor" and "A Spanish Dance." Morgan J. McEnanev, state representative, gave the club Cnristmas greetings. An auction sale of gifts' brought bv members spend a wn Arrivc Thursday . ^,,,,.^0 -^ j »»• c- ™ GARNER-Dr. and Mrs. S. M. ip, lark * n ? th ^ r ,/ on ' r ., P °f tm ^ t€ 'r axcla ^ M '' s ' Ciark ' a11 p£ . will arrive Thursday to days of the holiday and a luncheon closed the evening " ea * 0 " ln ll }f ho !l lc of ? r - and ^r »n(oT-f=,in m »nt C - V - Hamilton. Dr. and Mrs. C of entertainment. Bulletins from the Townsend Weekly "Progress Edition'' were j read, showing the work of the • Townsend National Research bu- j reau in charge of Willis Owen, j business anaiagisl: the plans for i congressional hearings: Dr. Fran- i cis E. Townsend's view to the fu- ! ture and expressions of confi- j dence: and an expression of favor- ! ing an old age security plan by I . CIar.< are the parents 'of Mrs. Hamilton and Max Clark is her brother. We Suggest You Purchase the Diamond of RAY SENEY BITS ABOUT'EM Y. W. C. A. TO BE OPEN SUNDAYS DURING JANUARY Miss Mary A. Clark arrived -, , „. „,, , , j Tuesday from Mew York City to Paul Clausen gave "Serenade to I vacation with her motheri MrsJ G Wealthy Widow. Rmroi-iw i -- _.._.__ Billman and 'Norman j west she is takjng a course m health director training at the Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. Beverly Deanne Billman and Norman Schober, "Colonial Exhibition Waltz;" Doris Elaine Nelson, "The Wurlitzer Grand March;'' Carol Bell, whistling selections: the accordion band, "Little Fairy March;" Leo Sweeny, "Radio Fingers;" Bob McKibbin and Junior Ellsworth, "Two Lively Boys:" Carol Heap, "Dancing in Swing- time;" and Jackie Knapp, "The j High Sierras." In Modern Serenade. Other numbers were "Modern Serenade" by Donald Schmitt: "Rap, Tap. Tap" by Marilyn Casey. Cornne McKibben and Theresa Logue: "Roses of Memory" by Bill Coleman, "The Wooden JUST RECEIVED! NEW SHIPMENT COATS + 4- + Gifts That are Distinctive Many nne-of-a-kind fashions! Gorgeous flattering coats that achieve individually with exquisite collars of precious furs . . . nnvel sleeve TI-CHI- ment? . . . smart new detail.-! They're sifts that every woman hopes fnr! FUR CO ATS It's the Gift She Hopes You'll Give! Warm, luxurious con!? of sumptuous Northern Seal or i^apin—-unexcelled in style, workmanship and quality! The cif; thai will bnn£ unii'Tiitrri jny! Evening Dresses For Christmas and New \>ars Events! Glamorous Paris-inspired models of luxurious velvet, satin, taffeta, lace or crcpc — cleverly designed with smart jackets . . . full skirts . . . sparklinE secjuin and bead irim- mings! T. E. S. Floor Lamps ,$6.!)5 up Table Lamps all Styles $2.95 up Christmas Robes A colorful array nf stunning flannel anri quilted robes . . . corduroy or fluff-suede pajamas—useful gifts that will receive » hearty welcome! .98 Beautiful L E. S. Lamps In Time for Christmas Giving! S HIPMENTS of new better sight.lamps that ' are long overdue have arrived, just in time for Christmas giving. And there is no finer, more practical gift than one or two of these attractive sight-saving I. E. S. lamps with their scientifically correct illumination. They can be purchased on easy monthly terms you will hardly miss. Modernize your home now with the new, better type of lighting. Free trial, if you so desire. Only 50c Down—Balance Monthly Elder James, sophomore at the United States military academy at j West Point, is arriving home Thursday night to spend Christmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. James. 904 PeunsyT- j vania avenue northeast. It will be his first furlough since going to West Point. He will be accompanied from Waterloo to Mason City by Al Pickctt who is returning home to spend the holidays. » * * Bill Wagner has arrived from Dartmouth college, Hanover, N. H., to spend the holidays with his j parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wag• ner, 49 Beaumont drive. He wiil I return for the opening of school i Jan. 5. j » * * j H. E. Kennedy and sop, Arthur. ; have arrived from Chicago •.•.'hire • Mr. Kennedy went to meet his son , who was returning from Wayne, j Pa., where he has been attending Valley Foi-ge Military academy. He will return east on New Year's | night after spending the holidays I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, 1622 Monroe avenue northwest, * * * i University of Iowa students who are home for the holidays include Charles Brady, Gilmore Hartigan. Jean Swift. Maxine Rector, Norris ! Nevlin, Starr Yelland, Ethel Stokes. Jack Kelly. Ross Smith and Pa.xson Shaffer. * * * Mrs. C. H. Mabie and son. Ger| aid. and daughter, Bonnie, Fond du Lac, Wis., have been guest* at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dickhoff, 317 Sixth street northwest. Miss Mabie will remain,here to spend the holidays with 'ner; uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I Dickhoff. while her mother and | brother return to Fond du Lac. Ha'rlsn MacMillan. Jr.. ha? arrived from Muskingum college at New Concord, Ohio, where he is a student to spend Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan MacMillan, i.3 Tenth street northwest. * * * Raymond Lock, sergeant a! 1 Fort Snelling, St. Paul. Minn., will spend the Christmas-holidays \vith his parents here. * 4 * University of Minnesota students spending their holiday? in Mason City with their parents include the Misses Yvonne Stoddard, Catherine Webster and Jean Lawson. Offering the hospitality of the Y. W. C. A. on Sunday afternoons to the girls of Ma.son City which har been a pleasant custom of the V. for the past few weeks will be continued during January it was voted by the Y. W. C. A. board at its meeting Monday evening. The north parlors which were recently refurnished will be the center for any girl who wishes companionship r : Sunday afternoons. There will he p. fire in the fireplace and light refreshments will be served. Members of the Tusalnla club will act as hostesses on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 27. On the following Sunday, the T. N. T. club members will be hostesses and on the third Sunday, Jsr,. 10, the Crescent ciub. A writer on India repeats the old one about no one knowing where an elephant, goes to die. Could it be Vermont?—Barron's. HELPS AVOID MANY COIDS Especially designed aid for nose and upper throat, where most colds start. Used in time, helps prevent many colds. 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The ! bofrd note^ this total was incom- p';-fe since more than 24,000.000 I workers are represented on employers applications. Pennsylvania was second with 2,165,478 applications, and Illinois third with 1,680,059. Other state totals: Iowa 245,736; Minnesota 320,451; Missouri 604,225; Nebraska 273,399; South Dakota 15,165; and Wisconsin 469,298. Are Parents of Son. GENEVA—Mr. and Mrs. Glee Wagner are parents or a son born Dec. liThis is their iirst child. MAKE IT.APHILCO Philco Automatic TiininR is the new *-av to nine! One twirl, and "Click . . . litre's yattr station!'* — funcd m nre perfectly than eye oe car ca.a cuael Choose from the brilliant new Philcos on sale at the People's Gas and Electric Company. You'll find .countless hours of enjoyment and pleasure in these new 1937 models. They're. "Tops" for style, vahir and performance. Choose the Philco you want from the many models in our complete line. 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