Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 2, 1931 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 2, 1931
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fBBRUARY 2 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Drumming of C. C. Kinner Wins "Bride Romance S t a r t e d During Legion Convention Disclosed. Soft, sweet strumming on a gui tar in the hands of a Cupid-atricken Romeo under sweet Juliet's window has always been Recognized as being ethical, in good practice and effective. Music, since the time of first recorded history, has lent its charm in behalf of amorous pursuit. Many types of instruments are chargeable with the fortunes of lovers but tiui is a story of how it's done with a bass drum. C. C. ("Hi") Kinner, a crack has;, drummer with the Clausen-Worden drum and bugle corps, loaded his big noise into the baggage car and made the trip to the national American Legion convention at Boston last October. "Hi" is given to Scotci- drumming and his antics with th r sticks.always attract an interested ana attentive audience. Members' ot the corps have always Insisted thai "Hi" is able to get things out of a bass drum that were never supposec to be there but until now no one has suspected · that his crashing cres cendos bore notes of love. Somewhere among- the million people that watched the big parad was Miss Kay Sullivan who later met Mr. Kinner on a crowded Bos ton thorofare. Cupid drew a fim bead and his feathered shaft did it work with deadly accuracy. During an acquaintance of only a few hour Miss Sullivan promised to become Mrs. Kinner and plans were made for their marriage at a-future date. A marriage license for Miss Sullivan and Mr. Kinner was issued Saturday in the office of the clerk here and Monday morning the two were married by Father R. P. Murphy of the Holy Family church. Mrs. Kiner has been employed as private secretary to J. W. Stewart of Stewart and Sons Music company, a Boston music house. On her trip from Boston to Mason City she was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Helen Moores. Mr. Kinner is employed as an inspector by the Chicago, Rock Island' Pacific railroad here and is known for his work in the American Legion and the 40 and 8. WIFE PRESERVERS A few drops of olive oil will oil tiio food chopper and egg beater, and you will not risk adding an un pleasant taste to the food. IKS'. IDA SLACK IGNORED AT DINNER ,: Mrs. Ida Slack was honored at a arewell Valentine dinner given unday evening at, the Clear Lake Soda Grill by Mias 1 Belle Farmer. Mrs. E. L. Kelly and Will Hawley' Roses and carnations were used as decorations. Mrs. Slack will leave 'eb. 6 on a two months' trip to California. ^-.;._ .IRS. KOLBB HONORED VT SURPRISE PARTY Mrs. G. Kolb, 528 Jefferson avenue northwest, was honored at a surprise party given Saturday eve- ling at her home on the occasion of /ier birthday. A birthday cake deco- .·ated in pink and white centered the table and the time was spent in playing cards and dancing. A gifi was presented to the honoree. Mil. AND MRS. WALTER ENTERTAIN AT DiNNutt Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Walter, 630 Washington avenue southwest, entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Olson and son, Orian, Miss Addie Longnecker. Clyde Longneck- er of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walter and Mrs. H. Walter of Mason City. Committee Rally Planned. MT. PLEASANT, Feb. 2.--Developments in the Iowa Wesleyan college campaign of completion today included the making of final arrangements for the'* general committee rally on Friday, Feb. 6, and preliminary plans for the pulpit exchange to take place thruout I hi [owa conference on Sunday, Feb. lf CLUB CHORUS TO MEET FEB. 9 FOR REORGANIZATION The first meeting of the Woman's club chorus for the year is scheduled for Feb. 9 instead of Feb. 2 as previously announced. At this time the chorus will be reorganized and plans will be made for a spring concert. Mrs. Merl Sims is director and Miss Ruth Stevens accompanist. Mrs. Amy E. Smith, .Qarksville, Dies CLARKSVILLE, Feb. 2.--Mrs. Amey E. Smith, 86, died at her home here. She is survived by her sons, Dr. C. C. Smith of Clarksvillo; Dr. H. C. Smith of Liberty, Tex.; H daughter, Mrs. G. A. Neal of Cleitr- water, Fla. Funeral arrangements are awaiting word from the son In Texas. Burial will be near their old home at Walnut where her husband, who died in 1892, is buried. Beautiful Women Love New Powder Beautiful women, admired for youthful complexions, use MELLO- GLO, the new wonderful French process face powder. Purest and smoothest powder known. Stays on longer. No flaky or pasty look. No grime or grit.' MELLO-GLO prevents large pores and never smarts or feels dry. Blends naturally with any complexion. Demand Mello-glo. Damon's, Inc. Bits About' em Lawrence Cain returned today to the University of Iowa to resume their studies for the second semester. '' -* * * Don Warfield and J. Reed-Capp? of Des Moines, his house guest, let today for Iowa City. Don has been visiting with his family. * * * Mrs. G. D. Harrington of Mar shailtown is visiting with Mrs. Jane Lien, 816 Jefferson avenue north west. Mrs. Lien's son, John, Chi cago, was here over the week-end. * * * Miss Betty Ferguson has returnei to St. Catherine's college in SI Paul after visiting her father, M. E Ferguson, Hotel Hanford. * * * Murray F.inley returned today t Iowa City after spending the mid semester vacation with his parents He had as his house guest, Mr Turner of Iowa Falls, a fraternity brother. * * . * Mrs. Alfred Ingebretson of Thornton was a house guest of Mrs. R. J. McEwen, 410 Jefferson avenue northwest, over the week-end. * * · ; » Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Geer drove to Fayette Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. C. F. Belschner. During the past three and one-half years Mrs. Belsehner was a teacher in the public school at Swaledale. * * * Mrs. Alice Cottington has returned to her home in Los Angeles after visiting her father! William Freeden, her sister, Mrs. L. Wepler and her brother, Carl Freeden, all of Mason City. William Freeden, who has been a resident on his farm south of Mason City'for 51 years, returned to Los Angeles with her where he will live for four or five months. Mrs. H. H. Henley and daughter, Rosemarie, left Sunday to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Henry and sister, Marian, In Charles City. *- * * Mr. and Mrs. Harry Modlin of Chicago spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ingledue, 119 Ninth street northeast. ^...- - * * * Miss Mary Gould and Miss Elizabeth Walker returned to Iowa City Monday, after spending the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Gould, 801 Washington northwc- "id Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walker, : -nth street northwest. * * : David Holman, son of Dr. arid Mrs. H. D. Holman, has returned to his studies at the University of Iowa, after spending a few days with his parents. * * :t Mr. and Mrs. Sam Raizes left Sunday evening for Chicago where they will be during market week. * * * Miss Jean Short and Jack Pool of St. Paul are house guests of Mrs. H. W. Bristol. They are planning on leaving today for their home. * * * Hughes Bryant left this noon for the University of Iowa after spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bryant. * * * Carol Swift, Philip Thurtle and FINEST CHOCOLATE ONE AT A TIME For a Similar Eeason Hills Bros. Roast Their Coffee a Few Pounds at a Time Miss Alice McDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. McDonald, 645 Seventh street northeast, who is attending Rockford college at Rockford, 111., is a member of the committee in charge of the annual Washington party to be held Feb. 21 at the school. A special colonial program has been planned to follow dinner. * * * Miss Virginia Kaye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kaye, has left for Iowa City to resume her studies at the university after visiting her parents at Clear Lake. Mrs. Kaye has left for Chicago where she will spend a few days. * * * R. H. Richardson, 708 Georgia avenue southeast, has returned to Des Moines where he is state legis lative representative for the trainmen of Iowa after spending the week-end at home. * * * Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Newcomer, 4 Delaware avenue northeast, have returned from San Diego, Cal. where they were called by the death of Dr. Newcomer's brother. * * * «John Hartwick,. McGregor, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W Boevers, 816 Jefferson avenue northwest. He is a cousin of Mrs Boevers. Mr. and Mr.% B. I. Bright, 110! West State street, have returnei from Spencer where they visiteu their daughter, Miss Helene Bright who teaches there. GROUND HOG PARTY HELD "BY FEDERAL EMPLOYES UNION Candy makers agree that when creams are dipped one at a time in the chocolate, the coating is applied much more evenly than when dipped in big batches. According to the results achieved by Hills Bros., this snme principle holds true in roasting coffee. By roasting 1 a few pounds at a time by a continuous process, instead of large batches, a uniform roasfc is certain. This process originated, and patented by Hills Bros., is called "Controlled Roasting." "Controlled"-is a most appropriate word because during the entire roasting process there is automatic regulation. This control accurately regulates the flow of coffeo through the roasters --also the temperature. Every berry of the rare blend is roasted to a degree that insures perfection. No other coffee has the same delicious flavor of Hills Bros. Coffee. Freshness is always guaranteed in Hills Bros. Coffee because ifc is packed in vacuum cans. By this method, air, which destroys the flavfcr of coffee, is taken out, and kept out of the can. Ordinary cans, even Sf air-tight, do not keep coffee fresh. Ask for Hills Bros. Coffee by name and look for the Arab-the trade-mark--on the can. Sold everywhere by grocers. Hills Bros. Coffee, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota. 551031 Wives of members of the local chapter of the Federal Employes union No. 336 entertained .their husbands and .families at a ground hog party in the P. G. and E. auditorium Saturday evening. The.members are men employed by the United States department of agriculture who are meat inspectors at Deckers. They include inspectors in charge, Dr. C. E. Mootz, Dr. F. L. Ries, Dr. W. J. Brown, Dr. J. B. Snyder, Dr. R. M. Thomas and Dr. G. H. Gitz, and lay inspectors J. J. Hawthorne, F. M. Wirges, J. H Phalen, J. H. McDonald, J. O'Brien, C. B. Stoddard, C. J. Bachman, F. E. Wade, E. B. Siemers and G. H. Flarth. Ground hog, country style sausage, was served. There was an impromptu program and awards of cake were given to Dr. and Mrs. Mootz, first prize and Mrs. O'Brien and Mrs. Brown, consolation. MR. AND MRS. BRXIMGARD ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Brumgard, t!02 Vermont avenue southeast, entertained at bridge Saturday evening at their home. There were four tables and prizes were won by Mrs. frvin Sandhagen and Glen Belson. A GLINES-NISSON THORNTON, Feb. 2.--Miss Alien Misson and Glen Glines of Bslmond were married at the M. E. parsonage here by the Rev. A. G. Heddls. Mr. Glines is station agent at the Rock Island depot at Belmond. Call at Wolfs For Details Display Regardless of Where You Live--No Extra Cost FOR AN EVENING APPOINTMENT NO OBLIGATION MASON CITY IOWA

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