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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 28, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. DECEMBER 28 • 1936 pjy rs jij-. -. . _ __ ALL IOWA ART COLLECTIONTQ BE SHQW^jN^HICAGQ Artists Are Invited to Give Advice Miss Lydia Barrette Among lowans Named as Participants. Active participants in the field of art have been invited to lend technical advice for the all Iowa exhibition of creative art which will have its. first showing in Chicago at the Carson Pirie Scott art galleries on Jan. 9. In the group are Miss J^ydia Earrette of the Mason City public library, Dr, Lester D. Longman, director of the art department of the University of Iowa: Harry Stinson. professor of sculptor, University of Iowa; Miss Edith Sternfield, art department of Grinnell college, Grinnell; Miss Nana Latne of Cornell college, Mount Vernon; Miss Harriet Macy of the Des Moines high school, representing the Iowa art guild. Also included are Miss Estelle Haden, director of art for the public schools of Iowa, Mrs. Louise Garst McBrotim, technical adviser for the federal government art projects of Iowa. Des Moines: Mrs. Mable Dixon McMullen, artist, representing the Iowa Artists club. Des Moines; Francis Robert White, director of the Little Gnl- lery. Cedar Rapids, leader of the Co-operative Artists group; Byron Boyd, artist. Des Moines, for the nev,- Art Student's Work shop, Des Moines: Christian Peterson, sculptor, Iowa Slate college. Amps, and Miss Helei. Grotewohl, artist, Hartly. for the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. The project if sponsored by the Iowa Federation's art department with Mrs. Louis Pelzer of Iowa City in charge. Mrs. H. C. Kougn- ton". Jr.. of Red Oak, president of the Federation, will be present for the opening of the exhibit in Chicago, as will national officers of the Federation. The collection of art assembled for the exhibit will be shown in various Iowa towns during the spring. Planning Homecoming Dance MISS OCY MJENE FENSKE MISS MILDRED HINES Mis? Mildred Hines and Miss Ocy Alier.e Fenske, 3umor college student are assisting with arrangements for the annual junior col- le-ehomecoming dance which will be held Tuesday evemng at the Ho'e Hanford Miss Mines has served on the invitations comnut- tee and Miss Fenske has had charge of the publicity for *e paitj which is held during the holiday season every year. (Photos by Russell) Miss Lois Flagman j Weds Ernest Buss | Among the holiday brides was j Miss Lois Flagman, daughter of j Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Flagman of j Decorah, who was married to Em- j est Buss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ev- i erett Buss of Mason Cily, at the! Olivet-Zion Methodist rcarscr.age. j the Rev. William Gaibreth officiating. They were attended by Mr. and "Mrs. Dale W. Sanders. Mrs. Sanders is a sister of the aridc. They will make their h.,;ne in Mason City where Mr. Buss has employment with the Farm Products NEGLECT HURTS PUPILS IN S. S. SAYS TEACHER DK. GAEK.Y C. MYERS, PH. D. Child Psychologist. IN THE SAME mail recently, I received a letter of commendation from a Sunday school superintendent on the west coast, and a letter of inquiry from a superintendent of public schools from the middle west. To quote from the former: Marguerite Illian Bride of Attorney for Story County NASHUA—Miss Veronica Illian of Marguerite Clarksville', daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Illian, formerly of Nashua, was married Dec. 24 to Frank H. Lounsberry, son of Mrs. Louise 'Lounsberry of Nevada, county attorney of Story county, in the Central Presbyterian church in Nevada. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the Story "hotel. The bride is a graduate of the Nashua high school and Iowa State Teachers' college. She had been teaching in the schools at Alta. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Nevada high school and the law department of the State University of Iowa. They will reside at Nevada,- where the bridegroom will soon begin his second term as county attorney of Story county. Three Piece Suit Combines Short Peplum Jacket, Blouse and Skirt With New Wide Hem. DANCE WILL BE GIVEN ON NEW YEAR'S NIGHT company. KfSSELL-MALLOY NEW H A M P T O N—The . preaching marriage of Charles Russell, former Columbia college football player, to Margaret Maloly in Engehvood, Cal., ahs been announced. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Russell of New "For several years I've read your advice to parents and feel that I should tell you how very sound the suggestions and solu- ap- ! tions you offer seem to be. Plans are being made by the Young Democratic club for a dance to be held New Year's night, Friday, Jan. 1, at the North Shore Country club, Clear Lake, according to Stanley Comfort, president of the Young Democrats. Hall Burke and his orchestra will provide music for dancing and Miss Mickey Walker, vocalist, will be featured. An advance ticket sale is being conducted and reservations are being made. Ray Kreul is chairman of ax-rangements. Social Calendar Take It Lightly. WINTER ECONOMY SPECIALS NON AMMONIA CROQUIGNOLE Comes out lovely and soft. <jj-j (1 Cfi 9 1 31.JU Xo Onff*nvavc required OIL WAVES. ANY STYLE Includes Shampoo. Haircut and Wave Set $2, S2.r.O, S3.50, S5.00 Complete Shampoo. Fingerwave, Manicure. Arch, Bob Curl, Children's Haircut, any style ACROSS FROM CHAPMAN FURNITURE STORE CHARLES GILBERT ph on e 1006 T, t r»-Di?D ttv A 1 IT YSHOP '•Thanks for the word to Sunday school teachers. As a superintendent, I've never been able to diiu ^.-^--. -• - .understand how people can as- Hampton and will be married on | sume suc h a responsibility and Thursday, Dec. 31. They will live i Ulke it so lightly. . . . Times with- there. " ! out number I've had to make excuses to children for pure negligence on the part of teachers, and attempt to save the children's faith in them. They can't seem to un, derstand what their neglect means i to the children, or else they don't ' care." She refers to the point I made that for Sunday school teachers to be habitually late was bad for the morals and morale of their children. "I agree also with your sticking with some of the older tenets of education, though many modern ones are excellent, of course. This 1 reasoning, explaining and giving a choice, has its value, but I be- ea. i licve I did too much of it as aj i mother. A very young child simply ' doesn't have the basis of under- I standing to judge many situations I wisely. I Misguided Adults. ; " ''Therefore, there should at times i be expression of authority by those ' who are responsible. An effective expression in our family to youth going out for pleasure was. 'Remember who you are!' We understood that the meaning was that our family had its standards and all of its members were expected to meet them. Wouldn't it be simple to direct youth in the 'paths of righteousness' if there were not so many misguided adults cluttering up the roadway and interfering with progress?" Wrote the superintendent of schools: . "I recently read an excerpt from a speech of yours concerning •Learning from the newspaper.' The quotation stated that 'the-time is coming when the newspaper will definitely serve as an indispensable suoplcmentary textbook, if not ;i basic text, in science, geography, etc.' "This gave me the idea that something might be worked out as a master's thesis at the university, and I would appreciate any advice or information which you can give me . . ." Of course I told him all I knew about it,. and shall look forward, with you, to the product of the investigation fay this superintendent of schools. MONDAY Contract Duplicate club- Postponed to Jan. 4. Beta Sigma Phi— 7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. M. W. A.— 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. TUESDAY Wa-Tan-Ye club— 12 o'clock. Hotel Hanford. T. M .E. club— 1 o'clock, Mrs. J. E. Lennan, Cavern. Panhellcnic association— 1 o'clock. Mrs. Hanford Mac- Nider, "Indianhead." Masonic Social chib— 6:30 o'clock. Hotel Hanford, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mellem, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kluck, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Potter, hosts. Homecoming dance— Hotel Hanford, annual junior college holiday party. Smart Winter Costume GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue. New York City. By DIANA DAY Holiday Bride Here's a nice little jacket costume to take back to school. What makes it so lovely is that the skirt, and blouse is so complete without the ' jacket. Again for another change of costume, you can wear the'jacket with another dress, or top the skirt with a sweater. Delightful variety! Isn't it? The swing skirt and peplum jacket are in coronation red woolen. The blouse is navy crepe silk. The navy is repeated in the buttons, belt buckle and the button holes of jacket. If you'd like a more dressy outfit, make the skirt and jacket of velvet and the blouse of metal lame! You can also use the pattern again for a separate skirt, blouse or jacket. Style No. 3235 is designed fox- sizes 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 years. Size 16 .requires 4 yards of 39 inch material for jacket and skirt with 1% yards of 39 inch lining for jacket; blouse requires Vf> yards of 39 inch .material. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin 'is preferred) for pattern. Writ? plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. OUT fall and winter fashion book has many 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 10 cents. Send for your copy today! Book and pattern together, 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette pattern department, 160 Fiflh avenue, New York City. Delegation of Dolls on Way Abroad Legion Auxiliary Sending Shipment to Fete Held by Fidac. A delegation of dolls is on its way to Pa«s to represent the United States at an international fete being given by the Fidac, the interallied veterans' federation, Mrs. Tim Phalen, Fidac chairman of the local American Legion Auxiliary unit, has announced. The colls, dressed to represent the different states, depict graphically every part of the United States. The Auxiliary department in , „. . r each state dressed the doll to rep- HAMPTON—Tne marriage of nt its state _ Tne doll de i ega Miss Mildred Douglass, daughter lion js accompan ying Mrs. Joseph of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Douglass of, Thompson of Beaver Falls, Pa., Hampton, and Carl E. Bnms, son ' - ' ._•*..•„— of Mr. and Mrs. Enno Biuns of George, took place Dec. 25 at the interallied president of the Fidac auxiliary, 1o the December meet« George, took place Dec. 25 at the .' Q( . the ^idac executive corn- home of the bride's parents. The j mitlee jn p ar i s . After being dis- Rev. W. C. Cleworth, pastor of the played at the f e t e with dolls from T\/Trt*l-ifM"Jie+ nVinivh TPSr! the Cere-' _ii._.. TT>;/J«« A n*inii>iAc> fVi<»v Will VlP Methodist church, read the ceremony. She was attended by her sister, Miss Wiima Douglass, and the bridegroom by his brother, Louis Bi-uns. A wedding dinner other Fidac countries, they will be sold and in the hands of the purchasers will go '.o many parts of Europe, permanent good will ambassadors frcn. the United States, served at the Douglass home. "How can international disputes Mrs. Brj.ns was graduated from Hampton high school and attended Iowa State co.'tege at Ames. Mr. Bruns was graduated from Iowa State college and is now teaching at Bedford, where the couple will be at home after Jan. 1. GARNER COUPLE OBSERVES 52ND YEAR TOGETHER BARBER BEAUT YSH01 WHAT WILL 1937 BRING TO YOU? Very much—almost everything, depends upon you. There are many people who do not realize that opportunities are really plentiful—they are waiting for better times. Times are wonderfully good— right now! Positions are plentiful— for those who are prepared. Don't let this opportunity slip by without taking part in it. The ten week term of evening classes and the mid-winter term will open January 4. We most sincerely believe that those young people who diligently and earnestly prepare themselves so that they are able to offer a really high-grade service will have much to be thankful for when the season of good cheer and best wishes for 1937 rolls around. For information about entrance requirements, courses, etc., call 945 or address THE HAMILTON SCHOOL of COMMERCE Mason City, Iowa HELP ING THE HOMEMAKER BITS ABOUT 'EM By MRS. MARY MORTON Menu Hint. LUNCHEON riaked Potatoes Canned Corn Gordon Hogan, 552 Eighth street northeast, and Wayne Wilson, 809 Carolina avenue southeast who left Sunday for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will enter a school to study Diesel engineering were honored at a farewell party given by Marine Hull, assisted by Evelyn Schmaehl. S >; s Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Cothern, 710 North Federal avenue, have returned from Waterloo where they spent Christmas with relatives. f. * t Mr and Mrs. Harry Sanders and son. Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Blom and daughter, Genevieve, all of Austin, Minn., and Lester Vaughn of Lake City, Minn., were holiday guests of Mrs. George Branscombe, 16 Monroe avenue northvv-est. '.'.i -J * Mr. and Mrs. Howard Oglevie William Bartmess has returned GARNER—Fifty-two years of married life is the record set by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krall of Garner Monday. They were the first couple to be married in St. Boniface church in Garner and have lived i there more than 50 years. Their eight children have been visiting them during the holiday season, some of them being present at the home Monday for the William , Bar ™™ pn 2' nl i"""S anniversary observance, to his work with the Commercial * includes N. W. Krall T«IT*I<^rY^anr "Pi-iicr rnmnanv in uni- _ __ .. * _ ...- •»«_ Apples Bausna-Nui.-Bran Bread Milk DINNER New England Boiled Dinner Celery Date Cream Pie Coffee Today's Recipes. BANANA-BRAN-NUT BREAD —One and one-half cups flour, one cup bran, one and one-half cups crushed bananas, one-half cup sugar, one-fourth cup shortening, one-hall cup raisins or chopped nuts, one egg, two teaspoons baking powder, one-half teaspoon soda, one-half teaspoon salt, one teaspoon vanilla, two tablespoons water. Cream shortening and su- Investment Trust company in Chicago after spending the holidays | with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bartmess, 206 North Federal avenue. * » » Miss Ocy Aliene Fenske who is visiting with Miss Midsa Owen, daughter of Dr. Owen, at Osagc, will let'-rn to her home in the city Tuesday. S :!; £ Miss Marjorie Green left Sunday night for Marinette. Wis., to resume her work in the library there after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Green, 36 Beaumont drive, • i *; 3 Miss Kathryn Wiley is spending the Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wiley, !Z3 Rhode Island avenue south- Ben Krall, Jr., and Mr?. Max Schutz of Mason City, L. J. Krall of Clear Lake, Ella Krall of Garner, F. C. Krall of Lakota, Mrs. J. C. Morrisey of Wyoming, 111., and Mrs. Phil Rorick of Omaha. NEREM-LUND LUVERNE—The Lutheran church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Florence Lund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. be settled in the spirit of Fidac'' is the subject for "be American Legion Au,xilJniy's 1937 Fidac essay contest, Mrs. Phalen, Fidac chairman of the local Auxiliary unit, has announced. The contest is open to all high school students and many thousands in all parts of the 'country are expected to compete. "Fidac is the international organization of World war veterans of the allied countries, and its spirit is the spirit of international friendship and understanding," Mrs. Phalen explained. "With international disputes threatening widespread war, it is very timely that young Americans should be giving thought to methods for settling such disputes in friendship."' Essays must not exceed 1.000 words in length. Local winners will be eligible to compete in the state contests and the state winners in the national contest. The national contest will close May 1. Local contests will be conducted by Auxiliary units in co-operation with the high schools oi their communities. First national award will be a $200 college scholarship. CENTRAL LUTHER LEAGUE MEETING Central Luther' league held its December home vespers Sunday evening at the Wass home, 321 Monroe avennue northwest. The discussion was based on "Resolutions for 1937." This was followed by installation of officers, who in- Dec. '25, by the Rev. L. burg. The bride was attended by her sister. Jennie, and Selmer Nerem attended his brother as best man. After the ceremony a reception and dinner v.-ere lield at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Nerem will reside r.n the home place be- Stanlev Rivedal, vice president; Anna "Thiel, secretary; Margaret Mickey, treasurer; Bet:,y Williams, corresponding secretary. Refreshments were served and the remainder of the evening was spent informally. -Hid IVIIS riUW.UU ^f,^^~\""" * ------ ------- ..VCIIUI. OVUL.i W1J1 ic^lu^. ..., •...*. .. - ...w ,-.--- -- i aw returned 'to their home in east. She has as her guest, her i tween Corwith and Karawha un-|- SURpRISE PARTy sfoux Falls S Dak after spend- roommate from the University of | til spring when they expect co H£LJ> FOR THOM ins the holidays with their parents I Minnesota, Miss Cecyl Nelson of j farm for themselves. ing inc nouaay Minneapolis. E. W. Wiley of De- I -n- troit, Mich., spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McCorkle and daughter, Elizabeth Ann, left Sunday for their home in Kansas City Mo., after spending Christmas at the F. E. McCorkle home. 1725 Delaware avenue southeast. * * *, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barclay and infant daughter of Dayton, Ohio, are guests of Mr. Barclay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Barclay, 322 Madison avenue northwest. « » * Nick Di Marco, 809 Jackson avenue northwest, has returned from Omaha where he spent Chistmas with Mrs. Di Marco's parents. Mr. his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Wiley. £ ::i ~ Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Jacoby and son, Jene, 305 Louisiana avenue southeast, will return Tuesday from a trip to Lincoln, Nebr., WEEK-END BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED Week-end Bridge club met at the home of F. J. Coffin, southwest of the city, when bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. F. W. Bouda and S. A. nd low to Mi's. S. A. Bemis Mr. Jacoby's people. They will visit in Sioux City and Spirit Lake, enroute home. Miss Carol Hass left Sunday for Chicago after a holiday visit with her parents. Air. and Mrs. Albert Hass, 1 Taylor avenue southwest. # t <> The Misses Angelinc and -Josephine Houlahan have returned to "«a following a visit with fhildrens Colds W^h Yield quicker to double action of STAINLESS now. If you prefer COMPLETE Optical Service _ i an( j jflrs. Carl Pattavina. Mrs. Di gar: add egg, wel beaten^ then | j ini til January oown add bran. Sift baking powde, salt, ^ ^ attend the wedding | their mother, Mrs. Catherine Houland soda with floui. MKvnuts ori j^ to Robert | ahan 6(H Pennsylvania avenue natd" with f crus r he a d nd banana Ste io I J-es of V,lley,Neb, The couple | south ' east . evening, refreshments were served by Mrs. Coi'fin and her daughter. A gift was presented to Mr. Coffin, the occasion being bis birthday. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Patton, 207 Twentieth street southeast. HELD FOR THOMPSONS Mr. and Mrs, Theodore Thompson were honored at a pf n: ; ' at their home, 1102 East State street. Sunday evening when a group of friends gathered to surprise them on their twenty-sixth wedding anniversary. Five hundred was played at five tables with prizes going to Mrs: G. Peters, Ben Brasser, high, and Mrs. J. Jandersitz and Mr. Thompson, low. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Brasser, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Buehler. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. E. Zeigler. Mr. and Mrs. G. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. W. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. G. Kale, Mr. and Mrs. C. Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Jandersitx, and Robert, Edward, George and Richard Thompson. Thorough eye examinations should be a yearly habit. which the two tablespoons oi water have been added; then add vanilla. Pour into greased pan and let stand 30 minutes. Bake in 375- degree oven one hour. NEW ENGLAND BOILED DINNER — The most usual way of serving corned beef is in the New England boiled dinner, in which the corned beef is cooked in water, together with certain vegetables, such as potatoes, turnips and cabbage. This is called a New •England boiled dinner because it was a favorite with the pioneers, but so far as the -word "boiled" denoting the method of cooking, this is not true. Corned beef, like any other meat, should never be boiled; it is much more tender if cooked at a temperature just below boiling, a simmering temperature. If the corned beef is very salty, the water may be changed just before the vegetables are added, as this removes a certain amount of salt, taken up by the meat in the coming process. The vegetables are added just long enough before serving so that they will be done, and not overcooked. MACES Smith Optical Co. DATE CREAM PIE—Two cups milk, one cup sugar, two tablespoons flour, one-fourth teaspoon salt, two egg yolks, one cup chopped dates, one-half cup nuts, one teaspoon vanilla. Heat milk in double boiler. Mix sugar, flour and salt together. Add to milk and mix thoroughly. Pour mixture slowly over slightly beaten egg yolks. Return to double boiler, add dotes and cook until thick. Remove from fire? Add nuts and vanilla. Cool. Pour into baked crust and top with meringue or whip- Iped cream. f tj C14(iV--7 (J*. • i,-"--./ i • -- • will go on a wedding trip to California. * * » Dr. Delavan Holman of Rockefeller Institute, New York City, is spending a few days at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. H, D. Holman, 615 Second Street northeast. * * « Robert J. Johnson of Watertown, S. Dak., is malting a holiday visit at thexhome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, 642 Carolina avenue southeast. 3 # * Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Senneff have returned to their home in Minneapolis after spending Christmas and the week-end with their parents here. Mrs. B. H. Corey- of Bristow is spending the holidays with her Domestic Dinnerware 95 Piece Sets 522.50 53 Piece Sets $12.50 From America's foremost factories. They set a surprisingly beautiful table. WATCHES neh DIAMOND To the Women of North Iowa We Extend Greetings for a BEAUTIFUL NEW YEAR Our entire staff joins in thanking you for your patronage and pledge our best efforts in finest beauty service at fairest prices, in 1937. HOLLYWOOD PERMANENTS $1.50 $1.95 $2.75 ?3.75 1V/- S. Federal Shampoo and Finger Wave 50c Manicure 25c Phone 2*1 Henna Pack , 50c SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS—SINCE 1920 . COURTESY AND £AT1SFA«TIO.M WITH EVERY PURCHASE Come Tomorrow to Our Coats Dresses Hats Suits Girl's Apparel Save on These Substantial Reductions.

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