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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 24 • 1936 CHRISTMASTIDE IS OCCASION FOR FAMILY GATHERINGS Homes to Be Settings for Festivities Out of Town Guests Arriving to Complete Family Circles. Family gatherings are an important feature of Christmas celebrating in Mason City homes and many affairs have been planned, both" for Christmas eve and Christmas day. Guests for Christmas dinner at the home of Mi', and Mrs. J. Curtis Amen. 50 Beaumont drive, will be Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Amen of Northwood, Miss Edith Amen and Miss Helen Hubbard of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. E. H, Wagner and sons. William, who is home from Dartmouth college for j the holidays, and James, and I daughter. Joan. At Senneff Home. Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff s | guests for Christmas dinner at their home, 9 Beaumont drive, will comprise Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bliss and son. Bob, and daughter. Ruth: Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff, Jr.. and children, Suzanne, Jack and j Tom; Miss T.I ay McGruder, Mr. | and Mrs. David Temple and | daughter. Patsy, and Wright Perci- j val of Des Moines. I Dr. and Mrs. C- L. Marston will j have a group of guests at their | home. 710 Carolina avenue northeast, for a traditional family gathering. In the party will be Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kirk and family, Mr. r.nd Mrs. A. J. Feeney and family, Mrs. I. R. Kirk and Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Wagner. ! Out of Town Guests. | Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lightner and j their daughter. Ruth, v.ho is home , from Oberlin college, Oberlin, | Ohio, and their son. Dean, Jr., Meadsville, Pa., will be Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lawson, 104 River Heights | drive. Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Kunz, 80 Linden drive, have invited to be their Christmas dinner guests, Mrs. Elsie Ramsey. Mrs. F. H. Kunz and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmitt. For Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Webster have invited guests for a Christmas eve supper at their home, 8 Beaumont drive. Among them are their house guests, Mrs. Charles Webster of Waucoma and Sherwood Skinner of Los Angeles, and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Pearce and family. Mrs. T. A. Potter, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wagner and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Conover and family and Dr. F. W. Conover. ] Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearce. 22 ! Beaumont drive, will entertain Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Webster and family. Sherwood Skinner and Mrs. "T. A. Potter at dinii'jr on Christmas day. At a Christmas supper party they will have as their guests, the Websters. Mr. Skinner, Mrs. Potter, Mrs. G. .\ 7 . Clark and daughter, Mary, Hugh Shcpard and sons, Bob and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wagner and family, and Mr. and Mrs. B. 1. Bright and daughter. Helcne. At Family Party. I Mr. and Mrs. Roe Thompson and sons, John and Webster, daughter, Mary, and Mrs. W. H. Byers of Des Moines, will be Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Sheffler, 1228 Adams avenue northwest. III.-, and Mrs. B. S. Potter have invited their children and their families for a Christmas eve gathering at their home, 655 East State street. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Potter, 10 York avenue northeast, will entertain Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tevis at dinner on Christmas day. Dr. and Mrs. David Holman of Collegians Plan for Dance BITS ABOUT 'EM To Provide Music for Christmas Dance DOROTHEA WILLIAMSON MARY JANE PAULEY Miss Dorothea Williamson and Miss Mary Jane Pauley, junior college staudents, are assisting with arrangements for the annual junior college home coming dance which will be held Dec. 29 at the Hotel Hanford. The party is an occasion for reunions among former junior college students and invitations have been mailed to the alumni of the institution. FORESTERS HAVE HOLIDAY PARTY AT MOOSE HALL Independent Order of Foresters held a Christmas party at the Moose hall Wednesday evening for the children and sent gifts of fruit to the sick members. On the program were Betty Lou Chamberlin, Bonnivere Booth- i-oyd, Lila and Lily Bemis, Herbert Boothroyd, Jr., Doris Anderson. Johann Berry. Warner and Roger Blewett and Webster Thompson. Gifts were distributed to the children and the members exchanged gifts. Treats were given to all and a lunch was served by Mrs. E. J, Clerk and her committee. Mrs. Willis Bemis was chairman of the Christmas party. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to Ernest Buss, 27, and Lois Flagman, 18, both of Mason City; Frank William O'Brien, 34, Madison, Wis., and Maxine Daisy Ross 22, Rockford, 111.; Jesse Willard Purviance, 20, Clear Lake, and Thelma Marjorie Strieker, 20, Mason City: and Amos H. Hegel- son 21 Austin. Minn., and Cecelia Fitzsimmons, 19, Blooming Prairie, Minn. •—o— Visitor From Chicago. ROCKFORD — Horace Kelly, who is employed in a bank in Chicago, will arrive here Thursday evening to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kelly. Irene Meyer Bride of Leslie Meyer at St. Paul's Church LATIMER—A wedding was solemnized at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Latimer when Miss Irene Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Meyer, became the bride of Leslie Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer. The ceremony was read by the Rev. E. Grummer, pastor, and an address was given by the Rev. George A. Koch of Hampton, an uncle of the bride. "Jesus Still Lead On," was played by E. G. Steinbach at the , organ. Preceding the ceremony I M i s s Sylvia Grummer sang i "Where Thou Goest I Will Go.'' I Miss Helen Meyer, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. j Miss Ilene Meyer, cousin of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Theodore Meyer, brother of the bride, served as best man and Otto I Meyer was groomsman. Little Janeice Borcherding was flower girl and Gerald Koch, ring bearer. Laverne Fehrmann and Harold Meyer acted as ushers. Immediately following the ceremony dinner was served to 120 guests at the: Christian day school. ^ f\ .. HELP ING TH E HOMEMAKER Nora Springs will be Christmas dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Holman, 615 Second street northeast. Guests From Away. Mrs. Catherine Hanlon will have as her guests at Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moen and daughter, Marcia, Madison, Wis,, Mrs. Tracy Stevens and son, Dick, and daughter, Sara. Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Page and son, Addison, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lingenfelter. all of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Bryant, Miss Vera Finley. J. M. Finley, and Mrs. Mary Hughes will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant at Christmas dinner at their home, 109 Second street southeast. By MRS. MARY MORTON i Menu Hint I LUNCHEON Cream of Spinach Soup Crackers Baked Apples Whole Wheat Bread and Butter Milk DINNER Finnan Haddic Corn Pudding Slewed Tomatoes Coleslaw Lemon Pie CoCfce I think a good cream soup is an excellent luncheon dish, whether there are children in the family or not. It is excellent for them, and also for the woman who eats her luncheon alone and too often eats leftovers and nothing else, and often unappetizing or none too nourishing leftovers besides. Soup takes only a moment to make and may be concocted largely of leftover vegetables like spinach, corn, beans, peas, etc., combined with a thin cream sauce. Christmas Dinner TURKEY CHICKEN DUCK Complete Dinner Quick Lunch Cafe 114 So. Federal Quality—You Can Taste Today's Recipes CREAM OF SPINACH SOUP— One cup cooked spinach, one tablespoon butter, one tablespoon flour, one pint milk, salt and pepper. Melt butter, add flour and mix smooth, gradually add milk, stirring constantly until smooth and at boiling point. Add spinach, chopped fine, or put through wire strainer, season, let come to boil and serve. Soup stock may be used in place of the cream sauce. FINNAN HADDIE-r-Cut fish in pieces the size you wish for serving. Cover them with cold water and set on to boil; let boil gently for 10 minutes. Make white sauce of one tabpespoon flour and one tablespoon butter rubbed together, and a cup of hot water, boil, season with salt and paprika. Take fish from boiling water, remove all dark heavy skin, place on platter and pour white • sauce around it. Garnish platter with parsley. Kind of Popper A closed and covered utensil— such as a skillet or heavy aluminum sauce pan—is best for popping corn. -The handiest popper on the market today is an aluminum sauce pan with aunique type agitator. With it no turning of cranks or shaking is required—just a quarter turn of a cool agitator handle keeps the kernels frisking round and prevents scorching. Leaves for Minneapolis. MITCHELL—Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Cady left Wednesday by bus for Minneapolis to spend Christmas at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and-Mrs. E. C. Lampman and family'Mrs. Cady's sister, Mrs. Hattie Halbert of Cambridge, Wis., will join them there for the holidays. —o— Visit in Minburn. LIME SPRINGS—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haven left to spend the holidays at Mrs. Haven's home in Minburn- Mr. and Mrs. James V. Corrough will arrive Friday from Lake Forest, 111., to spend Christmas with Mrs. Corrough's parents, Mi', and Mrs. L. R. Roberts. 218 Fourth street northeast., % % & Thomas Gregory of Mason City who has been attending Leland Stanford university at Palo Alto, Cal., -will spend Christmas in Los Angeles as the guest of the Rev R. M. Redenbaugh, formerly of Mason City, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John J. Heyman at Santa Barbara. Mrs. Heyman was Kath,erynne Trissel of Mason City before her recent marriage. Mr. Gregory has just completed directing . the production of "The Queen's Husband" for the Palo Alto community players with a cast of 400, li< lit !j: C. I. Kuppinger will arrive Friday morning from Chicago to spend Christmas and the weekend with his mother, Mrs. J. S. Kuppinger, 317 Georgia avenue northeast. Leon C. Thomas and children, Leona and Robert, 812 Third street southwest, have returned from a several days' visit in South Dakota. They were accompanied here by Miss Dorothy Kappelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Kappelman, 641 Adams avenue southwest, who has been attending college at Wessington Springs, S. Dak. The Thomas family will go to Sheffield to spend Christmas with Mr. -ind Mrs, Bert Fur- nass. :;' :!: ft Mr. and Mr?. Paul McAuley, 8 Adams avenue southwest, left Thursday for Moline, 111., where they will visit Mrs. McAuley's parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Freeman, for Christmas. Miss Maude Emily Cain has returned from Champaign, 111., where she attends the University of Illinois to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Cain, 247 Sixth street southeast. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McEwen, 311 Fifth street northwest, have their sons, Richard, student at Iowa State college, Ames, and Gilbert, a student at the University of Iowa, home with them for Christmas. The latter has just returned from Chicago where he visited his sister, Miss Kathlyn McEwen. at* Truman Gravelie, 614 Sixth street southeast, planned to leave Thursday evening for Chicago to spend Christmas with his cousin, Betty Jane Haugen. a * * Miss Pauline Brown of Chariton is a house guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Moen, 603 Adams avenue northwest. Miss Doris Crabb, 4 Hampshire court, has left for Des Moines where she will spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams and daughter, Jane, 169 Crescent drive, have left for Williams to be holiday guests of Dr. and Mrs. George Paschal and family. They were accompanied by Mr. Williams' brother, George Williams of Des Moines who has been visiting them. * * * Mrs. S. Kaufman. 312 Second street northwest, left Wednesday for Minneapolis to visit her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Goldhirsch. Miss Frances Gashel has arrived frora Chicago for a 10 day vacation from Michael Reese School for Nurses which she will spend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gashel, 804 Fifteenth street northeast. * ii * Mrs. L. S. Anderson and son. Bobby, and daughter, Patty, arrived Thursday from. Chicago to spend Christmas and New Years with Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mullan, 526 Fifth street southeast. Mr. Anderson will join them Friday morning. * * • M. J. Netzel, 230 Madison avenue northwest, left Thursday for "Stevens Point, Wis., to visit his mother over the holidays. * * * Mi-, and Mrs. R. E. Dull, 18 Adams avenue southwest, have left for Milwaukee, Wis,, to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Schneller. a * * Mr. and Mrs. Arnold D. Til ton and children, Marcene, Warren and Terold, 227 Twenty-fourth street southwest, will spend Christmas w i t h Mrs. Tilton's mother, Mrs. Minnie Wentworth, at Oskaloosa. * * * Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Willson and son. Alonzo, 411 Second street northeast, left Thursday for Colwell to visit their son, Stanley Willson and to attend the Christmas cantata and band concert there. Both are under the direction of Mr. Willson, who is in charge of music in the Colweil schools. R.N.A. MEMBERS HAVE CHRISTMAS PARTY AT HALL Adult and juvenile members of the R. N. A. lodge attended the R. N. A. Christmas party at Moose hall Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C, A. Budworth, Mrs. Archie Woods and Mrs. Martin Faktor, Jr., were in charge. A large tree, decorated anci surrounded with gifts and candy was a feature of the party. Gifts were presented to the juveniles and the adult members exchanged gifts. Mrs. H. L. Leake played a march while the gifts were distributed. Tickets to the State theater were among the gifts. Five boxes were sent to sick members with Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. L. G. Bird. Viva Gribben. daughter of Mrs. Budworth. was a guest. She is a member who is home for the holidays from Newton where she teaches art. —c— HAPPY HOUR CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Happy Hour club met at the home of Mrs. Ed Phillips, Plymouth, for a 1 o'clock Christmas luncheon. A short business session was followed by an exchange of gifts. Five hundred was played with prizes going to Mrs. Delbc-rt Wagner and Mrs. Art Rose. The next meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. Wagner. Birthday Club Entertained. MITCHELL—Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Beckner entertained the Birthday club at their home at a 6:30 o'clock dinner, followed by*bridge and the exchange of Christmas ifts. George Shuey of Ames and his 14 piece orchestra will come to Mason City on Friday to play for the Christmas dance of Prnhel- lenic association which will be held at ( the Hotel Hanford. The orchestra has just completed an 18 weeks engagement at the Country Club in Omaha. Miss Barbara Bush, blues singer, a member of th? ensemble, will provide entertainment during the evening. In addition to the regular admissions, there will be special spectator tickets sold at the J!oor for those who clo not wish to dance. Miss Peggy Senneff is chairman of arrangements^ Peplum is Braid Trimmed GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. By DIANA DAY BIBLE VERSION OF CHRISTMAS STORY OFFERED Attractive Frock Features Wide Hem in Swing Time, Puffed Sleeves and Stand up Collar. Black braid trims this gold rayon challis print peplum dress with swing hem. You can make it for a sum that i seems almost incredible, for the material costs very much less than a dollar a yard. It may have long or short "pushup" sleeves, according to your taste. . I Another scheme is clan plaid I wool with braid frog trim down the front. For "dress-up" occasions you'll be the "hit" of the party in this dress of crepe silk in flame, beige or mist-blue 'with self-material button trim. Black lustrous satin crepe, velvet, velveteen, etc., are still other nice suggestions. Style No. 2965 is designed for sizes 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19 years. Size 15 requires 3% yards of 39- inch material with 5% yards of 1- inch braid trimming. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin Is preferred) for pattern. Writ? plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Our fall and winter fashion book has many suggestions that are easy and inexpensive to make. It is just filled with new designs for everyday occasion^ 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. 2965 Early to bed and early to rise, and the tax collector will get you. —Jacksonville, Fla., Times-Union. DR. GARRY C. MYERS, PH. D. Child Psychologist PARENTS WHO can't find their Bible and want to read, or have read, to the family, the story of the First Christmas, can do so by reading this column today. I quote from the King James' Version. Luke 2:1-20. "And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed. . . . "And all went to be taxed, every one unto his own city. "And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judca. unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem; (because he was of the house and lineage of David:) Went With Mary. "To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife, being great with child. "And so it was, that, while they were there, the days were accomplished that she should be delivered. . "And she brought forth her first-born son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger: because there was no room for them in the inn. "And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. They Were Afraid. "And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. "And the angel said unto them. Fear not: for. behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. "For unto you is born this day in the city nf David a Saviour, which is Christ, the Lord. The Sien. "And this shall be a sign unto you: Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. "And suddenly there was with the ange] a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, goodwill toward men. ' "And it came to pass, as the angels were gone away from them into heaven, the shepherds said one to another. Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is come to pass, which the Lord hath made known unto us. Lying 1 in a Manper. "And they came with haste, and found Mary'and Joseph, and the babe lying in a manger. "And when they had seen it they made known abroad the saying which was told them concerning this child. "And all they that heard it wondered at- those things which were told them by the shepherds. "But Mary kept all these things, and pondered them in her heart. "And the shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all the thing:; that they had heard and seen, as it was told unto them." Faculty Is Entertained. RUDD—The faculty was entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Supt. and Mrs. I. W. Edie. Five hundred was played. -High prize went to Miss Madge Waterhouse, low prizes to Miss Bernice Bobinhouse and Darwin Maurer, and men's high to Clarence Tesch. MRS. H. L. BOOTHROYD ! HOSTESS FOR HER SON Mrs. H. L. Boothroyd entertained a group of boys at a birthday party at her :-..ome, 38 Twentieth street southeast, honoring her son, Herbert Junior, who was celebrating his eighth birthday. Contests were conducted with prizes going to Roger Ward, Bobby Overturf and Donald Payne. The refreshments and favors car- i ried out the Christmas colors. Gifts were presented to the honorce. Correct Way for Ironing Is Described Ames Home Equipment Head Tells How to Make Task Easier. <VMES — "Ironing day rolls along more smoothly if the clothes are organized beforehand," says Dr. Louise J. Feet, head of the household equipment department at Iowa State college. If towels, napkins, handkerchiefs, pillow cases and similar garments are grouped together, those clothes which need not be sprinkled may be separated and folded at will, she suggests. If clothes are taken down while they still contain enough moisture for ironing they need not stand long, but if they have become dry. sprinkle them with warm water— it distributes more quickly than cold. Ordinarily clothes which have stood overnight iron much more easily. "Clothes should be sprinkled evenly with just enough water to take out the wrinkles," Dr. Peet states. Linens require more moisture than cottons, and fussy garments that take longer to iron, need more than simple ones. Clothes ironed by machine need to be less moist than those ironed by hand. "Arrange your equipment in the most convenient position, stand in a good light, stand on a rubber mat if the floor is too hard, and work in a cool, well ventilated place. Always remember to iron with the thread whenever possible: it prevents stretching. Iron each part dry, paying particular attention to the sesms, for moisture left in the material puckers it. Don't race the iron madly back and forth over the material; slow easy strokes' are less tiring and accomplishes just as much, for the material must be dried out anyway." ANDERSON-ESTEBOE RAKE—Miss Hazel Marie Esteboe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Esteboe and Ralph Clifford Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of Saint Cloud, Minn., were married Wednesday at the parsonage in Elmore, Minn., by the Rev. Mr. Gjerde. Madeline Esteboe, sister of the bride, and Harold Anderson, brother of the bridegroom, were the attendants. A reception was held for the immediate relatives and friends at the home of the bride after the ceremony. The bnfle was a senior in the Rake high school. The couple will leave after the holidays for Saint Cloud, Minn. D. K. LUNDBERC and Employees Wish You A SEE YOU TOMORROW (SATURDAY)" Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less—Since 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE January Clearance Starts Saturday Morning Offering Genuine Reductions on Coats, Suits Dresses & Hats Choose Now at These Saving Prices "SEE YOU TOMORROW (SATURDAY)"

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