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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 6 1936 CLUB BRINGS MAGAZINE EDITOR FOR GENERAL MEETING LICENSES TO WED GBANTEU TO COUPLES. HAMPTON, Jan. 6.--Marriage licenses were issued to William Martena, 26, Gladbrook, and Esther Lillian Anderson, 26, Lincoln; Jerry Aswegan, 23, Stout, and Margaret Ash, IS, Stout; Rex I. Manatt, legal, Hampton, and Lillian Schear- er, legal, Hampton; Leo B, SchO' burg, 27, Marshalltown and Teresa Marie Kopel, 22, Marshalltown. Mrs, Kendrew Entertains. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Maggie Kendrew entertained the Neighborhood club Thursday afternoon. IMEL* TIPS J UST T H E W A Y H E LIKES THEM --That's the way shirts are laundered at the Lyons Laundry. Coll a r s a n d :uffs ironed 'just right,' b u t t o n s sewed on if needed. No longer any n e e d for you to f e e l y o u have to do them up at home, for this modern laundry, with the best modern equipment, sends them back to you, laundered to please a most particular "him." Call 600. W ATCH YOUR SCENTS --With good common sense, and you'll never offend. So many women use bath salts o f o n e scent, bath powder of sc* another and f i n a l l y a perfume of still another. Imagine what these conflicting odors do to them! How much nicer they'd be if instead of trying to out-do an entire flower garden, they'd stick to one flower only, and follow through with this scent from bath salts to per- funieT The Michael Drug Company has complete sets of these articles at $1.00 a set. B A H ! B A H ! B L A C K SHEEP--Have you any wool? Yes. sir--yes, sir--a whole lot of marvelous sheep lined coats for c o l d weather. You'll sec-them at Gildner's and are they ever warm and just the ticket for combatting a cold north wind. These coats are skillfully combined with leather and wool. You can take your choice of mole or corduroy shells and they are really priced so reasonably that you won't be able to resist buying one. $7.95 to §16.85. W ITH AN EYE TO THE F U T U R E -- A n d a thought for next Winter, do take advantage of the amazing prices during the Midwinter Sale of fur coats at the Mason City Fur I Shoppe. They're beauties, every one of them-the latest silhouettes, smart c o l l a r details a n d s l e e v e t r e a t m e n t s . Though you get them now, they will be as high in style now and next year, as the coats you'll see then at much higher prices. So take the benefit of their low prices now. Select your Fur Coat from one of the many handsome ones there. A NOTHER BLOWN F A L L A C Y INTO FATHOMS--The idea that reading in bed is harmful. If it's done properly, with the h e a d and should e r s com. fo r t a b 1 y propped, and plenty of the right kind of light, it becomes one of our most harmless pleasures. I saw one of the most perfect types of lamp for this purpose at the Peoples Gas and Electric Company. It's a pendant lamp, one of the approved I. E. S. models. It hangs directly over the bed, assuring you of plenty of light when you put your eyes to work. F AR BE IT FROM MB-To wax sentimental at this point. But, whenever I see all the perfectly gorgeous flowers at Johnston's Flowers, this t h o u g h t comes to me. Why not place a standing order to have flowers sent to Mother every so often? It's a little thing to do, not very expensive and think how much it would mean to her. If you're in doubt as to the right selection of flowers, be sure to consult Bob or Les. Remember the Saturday specials. N OW W I T H WINTER HERE--Comes increased social activities. Luncheons, teas, dinner and bridge. Now if you want y o u r party to be a roaring success, do invest in a perfectly s t u n n i n g Noritake 64 piece dinner service. I saw this lovely china at the Iowa Tea Company. You'll just love it, lor it's unusual and different. Footed cups and serving pieces with coin gold handles and beautiful floral patterns. Just, think--the whole set is only $29.95 Special. Two new patterns at this price. TA N U A R Y--A G O O D J MONTH IN WHICH TO BUY S T A T I O N E R Y AT POTTS'--Would you believe it! During J a n u a r y P r i n t e d Stationery with your Name and Address or Monogram a c t u a l l y costs l e s s than plain paper and envelopes! You must see the lovely samples at W- H. Potts, Jeweler, of Rytex Deckle Edge Vellum, which is offered for the month of January only--100 sheets and envelopes--for only 51. Better buy boxes and boxes of it! W INTER K N I T S -- A r e more in demand than ever. Women, that is. busy, smart women, insist on at least one knit in their wardrobes. For they know the comfort, the style and El the wearing quali- Ifi ties these clothes *~~ have. I saw some perfect loves at D. K. Lundlierg's. They have oodles of style, wear beautifully and come in the slickest colors and c o l o r combinations. Large and small sizes--one and two piece styles for $4.95 and up at this clearance price. And D. K. Lundberg's would like to "See You Tomorrow." T'VE G O N E "GAGA"-- ·*· Over the good looking shoes at the B. B. Shoe Company. Dropped in there t h e other d a y a n d they showed me some mighty nice o n e s i n Naturalizer shoes. Have you s e e n -them? Well do, for these shoes are fashioned for graceful poise in a choice of types and styles for all occasions. Ask to be fitted to this clever oxford of black or brown. It's grand for walking, with its medium heel--the fringed tongue is both smart and youthful. $6.50. 3 New Books to Be Topic for Meeting Mrs. J. Curtis Amen Will Speak to Literature Department. WomaTi s club members will meet Wednesday noon at the Hotel Hanford for the first session of the literature department in the new year. Mrs. J. Curtis Amen will be the speaker, reviewing three books. "The Life of Robert E. Lee" by Douglas Southall Freeman, the Pulitzer prize winning biography; "The Lees of Virginia" by Hendricks, and "Laughing Their Way" by Martha Bruere and Mary Beard SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY are the books chosen by Mrs. Amen for discussion. The meeting will begin at 12 o'clock and continue to 1 o'clock. Luncheon will be served for those who wish it and reservations will be taken until 10 o'clock at the Hanford. Serving will begin at 11:45 o'clock. Mrs. W. H. Hathorn will be the speaker at the second meeting of the literature department for the month which is scheduled for Jan. 22 at the Hanford. Junior Bridge Club Entertained. R O C K F O R D -- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith entertained the Junior Bridge club Thursday evening. High score prizes were awarded Mrs. L. O. Smith and Bill Yerkes. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rost were guests. S P E C I A L UNUSUAL DIAMOND VALUE Perfect '/4 Carat Blue White Diamond--in a Beautiful Lady's Mounting. $49.50 M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Foresters' Bldg. STYLE SHOPPE CLEANUP 85 club-6:30 o'clock, church, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Girton, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Duncan. Contract Duplicate club-7:15 o'clock. Hotel Hanford, beginning second half of tournament. Young Women's council-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. W. M. T. club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ray E. Mettler, 322 Jefferson avenue northwest. Joyce Kilmer club-Jefferson amber room, Gertrude D.eeney, Avis Gregory, hostess, Cleo Gorman, Marguerite Weaver: lesson, Lucile Lawler. Fidelity Life association-8 o'clock, courthouse assembly. TUESDAY \V. R. C.-2:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall, Installation of officers. Priscilla club-2 o'clock, Mrs. F. M. McConnell, 2 Willow drive. Friendly circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. Charles Harrison, 316 Thirteenth street northeast. Woman's club board-9:30 o'clock, administration building. Wa-Tan-Ye club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Wesleyan S. S- class-1 o'clock, church. D. A. R. board-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Swarner, 147 Fourteenth street northwest. Matinee Musicale -Mrs. Roy Servison, 26 Crescent drive, lesson, Mrs. Morris Laird. T. N. T. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Baptist Y. W. A-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Madge Allen, 507 Washington avenue southwest. Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S.-7:30 o;clock, Masonic Temple. Triple D. club-S o'clock, Mrs. Fred Ebeling, 1209 First street southwest. Queen Rcbekahs and Masoi^ City lodges-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, joint installation. Phoenician club-8 o'clock, Miss Irene Holman, 615 Second street northeast, Miss Gretchen Bickel, lesson. Junior Hadassah-8 o'clock, Jewish Community center. Moose lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall. COUPLES GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSES. NEW HAMPTON, Jan. 6.--Licenses to wed were issued to Carl G. Ball of Bellevue, Wis., and Mini Dammen of Madison, Wis.; Kenneth Gurkc of Marengo, 111., and Alice Rossman of Huntley, 111.; Robert L. Hanley and Addie Miller, both of Clear Lake. These simple steps can help your family have FEWER COLDS-SHORTER COLDS Event Being Planned by Music Club Tom Thumb Wedding Wil Be Held Thursday at High School. The Tom Thumb wedding to b staged by the High School Musii Mothers Thursday evening at 7:31 o'clock in the school with 150 Ma son City children in the cast re calls the first Tom Thumb weddin which took place Feb. 10, 1863 in Grace church New York City, whei Phineas T- Barnum staged the mar riage of two of his midgets, Gen eral Tom Thumb and Miss Lavinia Warren. Present at the lavish event were governors of several states, mem bers of congress, army generals millionaires, and members of New York's oldest families. President and Mrs. Lincoln, Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, and Mrs. August Belmont were among the notables who sent expensive gifts. The streets in the neighborhood of the church were as crowded as if it had been a public parade and people waited for hours to get a glimpse of the diminutive bride and bridegroom. 2,000 Invitations. Two thousand invitations were Issued and all the guests were attired in full dress and came in luxurious carriages. The bridal party anc Barnum arrived at noon, followed by Commodore Nutt and Miss Minnie Warren, two more of Barnum's minute exhibitions. Incidentally, the commodore had .been a rival for the hand of Lavinia. So all could see, a platform three feet high was constructed before the altar. The services were read by two clergymen. The wedding reception was held at the Metropolitan hotel where thousands were waiting to see bride and bridegroom. It was necessary to close the hotel parlor doors to prevent the couple from being mobbed. Bride in Satin. The bride wore a gown of white satin with a skirt decorated with a flounce of point lace, and a long train. Her hair was waved and "rolled a la Eugenie," elaborately puffed, with a bridal veil looped behind. Her bridal bouquet was composed of natural orange blossoms. Full dress suits with white corded silk vests and blue silk undervests were worn by tne general and his best man, the commodore. In the middle of the afternoon 2,000 boxes of wedding cake were distributed and the costly wedding presents were placed on exhibit. That evening the couple was serenaded by the New York Execlsior band, followed by a public speech of thanks by the general from the hotel balcony. The casting of 150 children, all under 7 years of age. from all parts of the city was completed at the first general rehearsal Saturday. The various roles have been filled and will soon be announced. Tickets are being sold by the Music Mothers and parents of the children appearing. Seats will not be reserved. FANSELOW-ALD1NGEU. ROWAN, Jan. 6.--Miss Elsie Aldinger and Leroy Fanselow. both ol Rowan, were married at the Congregational parsonage in Eagle Grove by the Rev. Mr. Kilbourn. Mrs. Fanselow has been teaching in the Gait school the past two years and Mr. Fanselow has been operating his farm, south of town, since attending school in Ames. They will make their home on the farm. Gown Has Slimming Lines GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 10 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Deep Revers Finish This Neckline Attractively; Gorec Skirt Gives Slenderizing Effect. A pretty model especially becom ing to matrons is shown for today': simple to sew pattern. It is carried out in a small crep' silk print, with weight enough ti fall well, and not so shiny that i exaggerates bulk, always a kind friend to women rather heavier than normal build. The deep rever col lar and skirt, gored at the front suggest in a subtle way slendernesi and length. Style No. 3319 is designed fo; sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 4S and 50 inches bust. Size 36 requires 3% vards of 39 inch material 'with % yard of 39 inch contrasting. Send fifteen cents (coin is pre f erred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish Fashion 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 York City. Fifth avenue, New 3319 BITS ABOUT 'EM HAKVELY-STUDLEY CHARLES CITY, Jan. 6.--Miss Elizabeth E. Stuclley and Fred C. Harvcly. both of Mason City, were married Friday afternoon at 4:30 at the home of the Rev. G. A. Hess. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Humphey of this city accompanied the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Harvely will make their home in Mason City. 1. To help build RESISTANCE to Colds--Live normally--avoid excesses. Eat simple food and keep elimination regular. Drink plenty of water. Take some exercise daily-outdoors preferably. Get plenty of rest and sleep. (During the colds season, gargle night and morning with Vicks Voratone Antiseptic, especially designed for safe daily use to aid in defense against infection which may enter through themouth.) 2. To help PREVENT Many C o l d s -- At the first warning nasal irritation, sniffle or sneeze, use Vicks Va-tro-nol--just a few drops up each nostril. Va-tro-nol is especially designed for the nose and upper throat ---where most colds start. Used in time, Va-tro-nol helps to prevent many colds--and to throw off head colds in the early stages. 3. To help END a Cold Sooner If a cold has developed, or strikes withoutwaming.rubthroatand chest at bedtime with Vicks VapoRub. VapoRub acts two ways at once: (1) By stimulation through the skin, like a poultice or . plaster; (2) By in- | halation of its penetrating medicated vapors, direct to inflamed air-passages. Through the night, this combined va- ' por-pcultice action loosens phlegm, soothes irritation, helps break congestion. These three steps form the basis of Vicks Plan for Better Control of Colds--a practical home guide to /ewer and shorter colds. Developed by Vicks Chemists and Medical Consultants; tested in extensive clinics by practicing physicians; further proved in everyday home use by millions. Full description of the Plan in each Vicks package--or write for details of Plan and trial samples of Vick Colds-Control Aids. Address: Vicks, 126 Milton Street, Greensboro, N. C. Vjcfcs Oficn House: wilh r £ t C £ 0 0 £ . every Monday 9:30 r. M. (E. s. T.) NBC coast-lo-coasl January CLEARANCE SALE 0 Silverware 9 Glassware © and China Silver sugar and creamer, candlesticks, sandwich tray, Rogers Bros. 1847, Royal Doulton china, Wedgewood, Cambridge glass. Ladies' costume rings. Some models in men's and ladies' watches. 8- day and electric clocks. WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 West State Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff, B Seaumont drive, Mr. and Mrs. John enneff, Jr., 215 Second street outheast, and Miss Ruth Bliss, 138 'enth street northwest, left Monay afternoon for Des Moines to ttend the performance of "Dods- ·ortii" in which Walter Houston tars Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moen of Madion, Wis.. are the parents of a aughter born Saturday. The ba'oy the granddaughter of Mr. and Irs. Tracy Stevens, 17 Ninth street orthwest, and Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Moen, 603 Adams avenue northwest. * V * Miss Elizabeth Schmidt left Sunday for Washington, D. C., after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Schmidt, 1415 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, an-J her friends. Miss Peggy Senneff has left for New York City to continue her studies at the American Academy of Dramatic Art after spending the holiday season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff, 9 Beaumont drive. Mrs. H. A. Layman and daughter, Delourise, 324 Sixth street northwest,' are home from Davenport where they spent two weeks with relatives. While there, Mrs. Layman met a cousin from California whom she had not seen for 14 years. Robert Wetterling Elected President of Luther League Members of the St. James Luther league met in the church parlors Sunday for their first devotional meeting of the year. New officers were elected including Robert Wetterling, president; Melvin Ferr, vice president: Helen Buehler, secretary: and Ada Schmidt, treasurer. Elmer Barnosky and Ada Schmidt, retiring president and secretary, had charge of the meeting. Carl ton Rohr played two violin numbers and Maxinc Hull read a New Year's poem. Robert Wetterling gave an inspirational talk on "Following the Master" and Carlton Mall gave examples of modern men who were followers as well as 3ig business men. On Jan. 24, the league will sponsor a Texas round-up, a take off on :he international convention, when :he leagues in the surrounding district who had delegates and visitors at the convention will be entertained. The committee in charge includes Elmer Barnosky, Helen Bueh- er, Carlton Mall. Robert Wetterling and Florence and Pearl Rohr. iowa, Falls Couples in Double Wedding IOWA FALLS, Jan. 6.--At the ittle Brown church near Nashua, ifiss Ada Duckworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Duckworth, and Vern Westgate, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Westgate, and Miss Reva "obinson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 4ce Robinson, and Garnett Eide. :on of Mr. and Mrs. John Eide were he principals in a double wedding-. Both couples will live in Iowa Falls. Miss Ethelyn Mae Richadson. Alden, and Bernard Langen, Kamrar, vere married at Kamrar, where .hey will make their home. Miss Myrna Christensen, Alden, and Marion Steinburg, Buffalo Cener. were married here. They will ive on a farm near Buffalo Center. .;. JSTENING IN PARTIES PLANNED Mrs. C. A. Thomas, Mrs. R. C. 'atrick and Mrs. C. Turnbull will )e among the hostesses at listening- uj parties Tuesday night when the American Legion auxiliary's ama- eur contest will be broadcast from 10:45 to 11 o'clock over WHO, Another auxiliary broadcast is scheduled for Wednesday from 3:30 to 4 o'clock over WSUI. Mrs. M. J. Mullin, 130 First street northwest, has returned from an extended visit with her mother-in-law, j Mrs. Matt Mullin of Marion, who has been ill since the sudden death of her husband "in September. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Young and daughter, Jean Ann, left Saturday for Lincoln, Nebr.. after spending the holidays with Mrs. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gile, 322 Fifth street northwest, her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Doyle, 922 Madison avenue northwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ory Morphew and Lee Shirmer of Dexter, Minn., were week-end guests of Mr. Morphew's brother, H. A. Morphew, 645 Eleventh street northeast. * t- * The Misses Kathryn Stoltz, Ruth Sanders. Margaret Patton. Lois Hanson, Betty Lou Marston, Ruth Morgan and Hazel Mae Thomas are among the students at Iowa State Teachers college who returned to Cedar Falls to resume their studies after spending the holidays here. * * * Miss Viola Morphew has returned after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ory Morphew at Dexter, Minn. During her stay there, she accompanied the Dexter 4-H club to Rochester, Minn., and sang with them in a radio broadcast. C. N. W. WOMEN PLAN MEETING The board members of the C. N. W. Woman's club met with Mrs. George Deertz and discussed plans for the coming year. The next regular club meeting is to be held Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the P. G. and E. auditorium. A lunch will be served. Author Gets Praise From Many Critics Quincy Howe to Talk Wednesday Night at 8 O'clock at Church. "World Diary: 1929-1934" by Quincy Howe who will address the Woman's club at its general meeting' Wednesday night at 8 o'clock in the First Methodist church was recommended by the Book of the Month club and the Literary Guild and has received the praise of many critics. Mr. Howe's lecture facts come from original research and they often come as a revelation, even to well-informed readers of the American press. His unusual familiarity with foreign sources and his keenly analytical mind have enabled him to make many sensational news scoops of international importance, including the Hoover moratorium, the rise of Hitler in Germany, the munitions expose (the Fortune article, "Arms and the Men"), the Nye investigation and others. Mr. Howe has been editor of the Living Age for a number of years, although he is still in his early thirties. Of his editorship, Lawrence Hills, Paris editor of the New York Herald, comments, "As the editor of an American newspaper in Europe, let me extend, my compliments to you, particularly on your handling of the political and social problems abroad." Gertrude Atherton says, "First rate in the beginning, the Living 1 Age has remained first rate for 90 years," and Harry Elmer Barnes writes, "Few, if any, American magazines have succeeded so well in combining dignity, realism and relevance as the Living Age." Members of the Woman's club joard will conduct their January }usiness session Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock in the administration building. .IKS. E. R. JOHNSON HONORED AT PARTY Miss Laura Braatz entertained a roup of Mrs. E. R. Johnson's riends at a surprise birthday party n her honor at her home, 33 Twen- y-first street southeast, Sunday vening. The time was spent in ilaying bunco with prizes going to 'loyd Skalicky and A. F. Wagner. Refreshments were served and a. umber of gifts presented to Mrs. ohnson. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. Wagner, 5Iiss Pearl Larson, ·- Wade Moore and Floyd Skalicky, all f Mason City, Mr. and Mrs, 'aimer Lee and son of Kensett, ·liss Grace Oldham of Clarion and he Carl Ekborg family. KLEINPETEK-REIMEP.. WESLEY, Jan. 5.--Miss Helen Reimer, principal of the high school or the past seven years and Vinent Kleinpcter, local, grocer, were ·narried in a nuptial mass by the lev. A. J. Wagener at S o'clock Saturday morning at the St. Joeph's Catholic church. They were .ttended by Miss Mary Salle of Smmetsburg and John A. Haupt- nann of Wesley. A wedding break- ast was served at the Kleinpeter ome following the ceremony. They eft immediately for a short wedding trip and will make their horns n Wesley. lABBIAGE UCENSES SSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been is- ued to Stuart Dimond, Jr., 21, and Bonnie Wallace, IS, both of Minne- ' ipolis; Joseph Staley, 40, and Berha Hood, 43, both of Mason City; nd to Daniel D'Amico, 27, Cumber- and, Wis., and Harriet E. Beebe, River Falls, Wis. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 COOOTESY AWB SATISFACTION WITH BVSB* IVKWASE Store-Wide Clearance of all our finer Most of them fashioned of the finest and best fabrics, in rich colorings, in sizes from 12 to 54. DRESSES-Reduced to COATS- Reduced to $5.95 and up $9.95 and up Every garment an excellent value at the marked-down price. "SEE YOU TOMORROW" H ,1

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