The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on November 30, 1933 · Page 7
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November 30, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NOVEMBER 30 1933 THANKSGIVING DAY CELEBRATED AT FAMILY DINNERS Traditional Gatherings on Holiday Out .of Town Guests Arrive to'Share Turkey in Mason City. Following out traditional customs 'in Mason City, many families gathered for Thanksgiving day feasts Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Feeaey, CIS Hampshire avenue northeast, had invited Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Marston, Mrs. P. B. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kirk and Mrs. I. R. Kirk and itiss Eleanors Bosworth of Carmel, Cal., .for Thanksgiving dinner at their home. , Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adams had as dinner guests Mr.' and Mrs; A. B. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Av'ery Mrs. Otto Tenure and B. C. Van Doren. Guests at. the home of Cr. and ·Mrs, C. M. Franchere, 930 Madison avenue northeast, were Mr. and Mrs J; O. Stoddard and family, N. F. Francnere, Miss ' Lucile Franchere · and Mrs. Walter Martin. From Springfield. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Woodruff of Springfield, 111., arrived Thursday in time for Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Woodruff, 433 Ninth street northwest. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Woodruff and Mrs W. E. Sundell. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Odle, 321 Madison avenue northwest, entertained Mr, and Mrs. Francis Odle and daughter of Charles City, at their home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Brice Thomas and S. B. Duffield were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duffield, 303 Second etreet southeast. Mr. and Mrs. .Walter J. Walker, j AS CHRISTMAS SEAL LETTERS WERE MAILED Girls of the high school commercial class are shown at the postoffice where they went to mail 2000 letters carrying Christmas seals to Mason Cityans Thanksgiving day as the annual drive for health funds started. The letters were prepared by the class. The seal sale is conducted annually by the Mason City Parent Teacher council as a part of the national drive of the Tuberculosis association to collect money to be used in the prevention and cure of T. B. In Mason City the money collected is divided between the school health fund and the state T. B. association. IS Tenth street northwest, had as Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. \V. P. Butler and family and Mrs. C. P. Walker. Have Thornton Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley James and children came from Thornton Cor Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. James, 904 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Mr. and .Mrs. Tracy Stevens and family were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. Catherine Hanlon, 222 Seventh street northwest. Mr. and .Mrs. Myron Stevenson and daughter, Joanne, Clear Lake, had their Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs. Irene Webster and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Stevenson, 87 River heights drive. Miss Helen Bright who teaches in Spencer was a Thanksgiving day juest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bright, 1104 West State street. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith, 25 Tenth street northwest, had as ;uests at Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Hopkins of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mellem and Mrs. Anna Kemble. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fisher, 1212 President avenue northwest had as their Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Willis. Here From Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Matthews of Rock Island, 111., Mr. and Mrs. M E. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. W. T Sinnard were Thanksigiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Girton, 333 Maryland avenue southeast. Mr Matthews is Mrs. Girton'8 brother Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bird and children, Rhule and Billy, Ida Grove and Miss Hilma Richardson who teaches at Clarence .were holiday guests of Mrs. Lulu Richardson, 202 Tenth street northwest. Mrs. Bird and Miss Richardson are daughters of Mrs. Richardson. Dr. and Mrs. Don FltzGerald, 1012 Third street southwest, had as dinner guests on Thanksgiving day Mrs. George Feldman, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Feldman and son of Minneapolis, Father. Edward FitzGerald and Dr. and Mrs. Leslie FitzGerald Friday and Saturday Will Be Big Days in Our Lowest prices on Mason City's highest quality women's wear. A SELECTED GROUP OF COATS--SUITS DRESSES Never Before Values Lrlke These In Our Alter Thanksgiving Snle Price A Rack of Dresses Values to $25.00 $4 AND Finest Fur Trimmed Coats Lovely Fur Trimmed Suits . Street Dresses--Sport Dresses Sunday Night and Formals ALL AT HALF PRICE Just 19 Winter COATS Values to $39.75 $1*750 and three daughters, Dubuque, Mrs. George Feldman and Mrs. Emma FitzGerald. Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Kunz and family were dinner guests for the holiday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Prusia', 113 Fifth street northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Ransom, 934 Jackson avenue northwest, had as their guests for Thanksgiving dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Tod Ransom and daughter, Dorothy, Mrs. Alice Ransom and Mr. and Mrs. George Mortimer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Brown and daughter, Marlene, were dinner guests for the holiday at the home of, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dieson, 929 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. BARNETT-BENNETT NEW HAMPTON, Nov. 30.--Miss Sylvia Bennett of Oskaloosa and Howard Barnett of Knoxyille were married hanksgiving day at the LitUe Brown church in the vale by the Rev. William Kent, pastor. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bennett of Colville, Okla. The bridegroom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. John M. Barnett of Knoxville. The wedding dinner was served at the Town Tavern, New Hampton. The bridegroom is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Rustan, New Hampton. . · WIEL-FIELD. OSAGE, Nov. 30.--A marriage license was issued at Mitchell county clerk's office to Anton J. Wiel, Jr., and Gwendolyn Field, both of Austin, Minn. --*-Committees Named . for Trinity" League The Trinity. Junior league executive committee met at Trinity church Wednesday evening during which time they planned the committees. The directors of publicity ore to e Leroy Anderson and Charles Hegg. The program committee consists of Katherine Holland, Doris Vlitchell, and the advisory board; :he refreshment committee, Myrtle Hetland, Vivian Woldmoe and Constance Nordahl. Charles Hegg, Dave Allen and Bob Wik make up the membership committee; visitation committee, Albert Bobek, Bob Able, Mary Gunderson and Enid Anderson; ushers, George Comstock, Bob Mitchell and Harpld Woldmoe; the social welfare committee, Charles Johnson, Dan Allen and Laurence Hammond; the advisory board, Harry Holt, Rusael Olson and Arden Shultz are to draw up the constitution. The first meeting is to be held Dec. 3 at 6:30 o'clock in Trinity church. Plans we're discusse'd for a Christmas party which will be held on Dec. 26. Social Calendar THURSDAY "Messiah" rehearsal-- · 0:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. i\f. E. Women's Foreign Missionary society-2 o'clock, Methodist church. FRIDAY Baby clinic-1 to 3 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. St. John's Guild-1 o'clock, Mrs. B. C. Way, 321 Second street southeast. Presbyterian circle-East, 1. o'clock, church; west, 2 o'clock, Mrs. W. C. Pierce, 110 Jefferson avenue northwest; south, 2 o'clock, Mrs. R. B. Girton, 333 Maryland avenue south- cast, Mrs. H. C. Johnson; central 2 o'clock, Mrs. A. S. Maxfield, 23 Seventh street northwest; Forest park, 1 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Hass 1 Taylor avenue southwest Baptist Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church. Cavalry Lutheran 2 o'clock, church. Art department--3 o'clock, library assembly, lecture by Bob White. Oueen KchcStah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, election of officers. Church of Christ Women's Mission ary society-7:30 o'clock, church parlors Christmas party, men In charge . devotions, C. W. Hicks; music, J H. Marston program, D. I, Kratz; hostesses, Mrs. F. W. Kanson and divisions b, 6, 7 and 8. Pleasant Ridge club-Air. and Mrs. Earl Dean. Manila, P. I., ia consolidating city departments. Baby Clinic to Be Held atY.W.C.A. Monthly Woman's Club Service to Children on Friday. The monthly baby clinic of the child conservation department of the Woman's club will be held Friday afternoon from I to 3 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Workers will include Mrs. Lester Dibble, Mrs. Walter Pattern, Mrs. H. E. (Cunningham, Mrs. C. M. Franch-. ere, Mrs. F. C. Eslick, Mrs. Walter Hyde, Mrs. Draper Long: and Mrs. Ralph Willis. Children are weighed and measured at the clinic and gold stars are awarded for standard weight and measurement. Each child is entitled to one ..omplete physical examination a year. The clinic is designed to aid In keeping healthy babies well rather than to treat ailing children. When defects are discovered, the child is referred to his family physician. --·!·-- JENNISCH-GQSSMAN DECORAH, Nov. 30.--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Mildred Gossman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gossman, and Charles Jennisch, son of Mrs. Margaret Jennisch of Decorah. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Hendricks in St. Agnes' church, Plymouth Rock. Miss Vivian Gossman, aister of the bride, and Henry Jennisch, brother of' the bridegroom, were attendants. A wedding dinner was served to about 30 relatives at the home of the bride's parents. The couple has left for a trip to Chicago and Des Moines. Upon their return they will make their home in Decorah where the bridegroom is employed at the Winneshiek hotel. Last in Series of Art Lectures Will Be Friday Members of the art department of the Woman's club will meet for the last in a series of four lectures oh modern art by Francis Robert White at the library assembly Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. White has been establishing the various phases of modem art in his lectures. Illustrative matter is shown and informal discussion carried on by the 'members of the group. The art department's next meeting after the Friday session wllf be held Jan. 23 when Miss Florence Sprague of Drake university will talk on sculpture and exhibit pieces of her work. KNUTSON-KOPPEN LEDYARD, Nov. 30.-- The marriage of Miss Genevieve M. Koppen of Lakota and Clifford A. Knutson of Swea City was solemnized at the Sacr-d Heart church here Wednesday, the Rev. Father Sturm officiating. They were attended by Harold and Marzella Koppen, brother and sister of the bride. The couple will live on a farm near Lakota. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES EMMETSBURG, Nov. 30.-- Olaf Michaelson, 25, and Jeanette Helvig, 24, both of Gracttinger; Philip Frisbie, 21, and Luella Frink, 18, both of Palo Alto; Milton Parkins, 23, and Luella Schmitz, 18, both of Jackson, Minn.; Maurice Brennan, 22, and Margaret Dunlgan, 20, both of Palo Alto county have been issued marriage, licenses. _ .;. _ FISHERBACK-NEUMAN BANCROFT, Nov. 30.. -- Marie Neuman was married at the Catholic personage to Carl Fisherback of Lakota. Mathilda and Bernard Neuman, sister and brother of the bride, attended the couple. Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less -- Since 1920 tocimsT AKV **TisrAcno« wmi EVWT rmauw^ Tomorrow (Friday) Is the Day Our Annual After Thanksgiving Dress and Coat "Mark Down" Event Starts--This Year on a Much Larger Scale Than Ever Before. While This Event Is Going to Be One of the Greatest in Our History WE ARE "NOT" Going Out of Business! WE ARE "GOING*' Out A£tet* More Business TO BUILD THIS BIG BUSINESS BIGGER To. expand--to grow--that's why we are launching this Big Event. Giving our customers and friends bigger and better values than ever before. See You Tomorrow PROFIT BY USING THE WANT ADS Wildroot Toilet Water 50c value 19c Epsom Salts 1 Ib. carton 9c Rubbing Alcohol full pint 14c Fitch's Shampoo 75c value 42 c ' Vaseline Hair Tonic large. 70c value 59c Sayman's Soap bar 7c Germanla Tea Herb $1.50 value 98c HUXTABLE'S One Cent Sale 4 BIG DAYS STOCK UP SAVE MONEY HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES IN THIS GREAT ONE CENT SALE, ALL HIGH GRADE NEW MERCHANDISE FRESH FROM THE MANUFACTURER THIS SALE IS FOR 4 DAYS ONLY! HERE ARE A FEW OF THE ARTICLES YOU NEED EVERY DAY. GET BIG CIRCULAR FOR COMPLETE LIST TOILET GOODS Face P o w d e r s , C r e a m s Lotions, Perfumes Toilet Waters FOR THE MEN Shaving Creams, Lotion*, Hair Tonics FAMILY REMEDIES Tonics, Laxatives, Dyspepsia Medicines, Liniments, Tablets FOR YOUR MEDICINE CABINET D r u g s , Medicinei, Powders, Tablets ASPIRIN TABLETS FINEST QUALITY 5 GRAIN 50c BottU of 100--2 FOR Sic Me COLONIAL CLUB SHAVING CREAM, 2 FOR 51c $1.00 BEEF IRON AND WINE 2 FOR $1.01 j 25c NELSON'S BABY POWDER { 2 FOR 26C 29C COLD SPOT CORN' REMOVER, 2 FOR 30c SOc CAMPHOR ICE LOTION 2 FOR 51c RUBBER GOODS 9 for the Price of One-- Pluj · Penny 50c MAG-LAC TOOTH PASTE THE ORIGINAL, 2 FOR 51c 75c THEATRICAL COLD CREAM, 1 POUND TIN*, 2 FOR 76c SOC GARDEN COURT FACE POWDER, ALL SHADES 2 FOR SlC SOc PENSLAR MILK OP MAGNESIA, 2 FOR Sic SOC PEN-GESIC LIQUID ANALGESIC FOR PAIN 2 FOR SlC FINE STATIONERY 2 for the Price of One-- Pluj a Penny AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS YOU NEED Trursday, Friday, Saturday HUXTABLE DRUG CO. 116 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 921 Altenrhu liquid 85c value 69c Russian Mineral Oil Kotex or Modcss 2 for 25c Palm olive Shampoo 50c value 23c Dr. West Tooth Paste 2 for 25c Triple Distilled Witch Hazel pints 29c Castor Oil U. S. P. 16 on. 49c Horllck's Malted Milk $1.00 value 77c

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