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November 30, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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TEN Clear Lake Globes-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence I'hone Otfk-o I'hone No. 3S9 LEE DEVV1GGINS Circulation anil Advertising Residence Phone 6? Dinners Mark Festive Note for Holiday Many Out-of-Town Folks Spend Thanksgiving , With Lakers. CLEAR LAKE, Nov. 30.--Family reunions and gatherings of friends for the annual turkey dinner with all the trimmings gave a holiday note to Thanksgiving. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Dodge, Jefferson street, entertained relatives from out-of-town, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carlson, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Sevatson, Ossian; Mr. and Mrs. Gus Rumph and two sous and one daughter, Waukon. The women are sisters of Mrs. Dodge. From Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Debruyn were Iiosts to a family group who arrived;. Wednesday for the holiday. The group included air. and Mrs. F. B. Wilcox. and children, Virginia, and Vern of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs.-' A. M. Pugh and daughter, Loralee, Mason City. Mr;, and Mrs. Kenneth Winnie and Don Winnie of Ames joined the family group at the JE. W. Winnie home today. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Verbeckmoes and daughter, Maude Estelle, student at Iowa State Teachers college and Mr. and 'Mrs. Gregory Marshall were guests at the George Sheridan home, east of Clear Lake. Mr. arid Mrs. S. S. Hudson enter tained Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Cookman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fran) Cookman at dinner today at thei home on Marion Park drive. Go to Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pattie, Mrs Dorothy Rinard of Iowa City anc daughter, Nancy, were entertained fit the home of Mrs! Nancy Pattie and Miss Martha Pattie at Mason City. today. Mrs. I. H. Furleigh. entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Studyvin, Mrs. Gohlman and Phillip Furleigh and family at dinner. The J. P. Palmeter home was the meeting place for the Palmeter family toda3'. Mrs. Cecil Martin and children, H. E. Palmeter and Mrs. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE J. P. Pnlmeter's mother nnd sister were guests. Mrs. Alice Meyers had a group of relatives at her apartment on East Alain street today. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Roland Meyers, Charles City; Marian Meyers, Chapin; Ruth Watts, Bo one; Mrs Mary Watts, Mrs. Earl Watts, Mrs, Nellie Watts and Kathleen Watts The J. H. Woodstocks had Mr. and Mrs. Frank Atherton and the Lewis Woodstocks for dinner. Rogers Have Guests. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rogers had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Bolmond; Mr. and Mrs, F. M. Rogers, Mason City, and Dr. and Mrs. Kingsley Rogers, Britt The T. E. Sondrols had Miss Margaret Carlyon of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Palmer, Mrs Nita Church, Mrs. Edith Naylor, Mrs A, I. Sondroll, Mrs. Eleanor Eldridge, Mis a Abbie Eldridge, all of Clear Lake, and Eldridge Church of Council . Bluffs, nt Thanksgiving dinner today. · ' · · ' · ; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Davenport were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoit Thanksgiving day. From Osage. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Choate had as their guests for Thanksgiving dinner their son, Roger of Osage, Mrs. O. J. Choate, Mrs. Cora Vede- ler, Miss Ada Kay Choate, and Mrs. Mary Flynn, Des Moiaes. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ashland were hosts today to a group of relatives. The guests are Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Woodford, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Frost, Maryanna and George Frost, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Stetler, Mason City, and Dr. . Earl Tompkins Clarion. . Miss Harriet- Granner, Portland Ore., Miss Esther Granner, Masot City, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eller and daughter of Radcliffe are guests at.the home of Dr. and Mrs A. S. Dice today. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. King today accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hayden and sons of Des Moines to Minnesota where they will spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. King's nephew, Gerald Tumble. The Rev. B. W. Riner and family and houseguest, Halsey Corey, San- aorn, will be guests today at the William Skinner home. Smith's Havn Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith en- ertained Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs. Lenna Smith, sisters, Arbutis and Constance Smith, Walter Marshal and Ida Bea Hartwig- of Mason City. Mason City persons were included in the guest list - t the C. E. Lantz home. The group included Mr. and Mrs. Ted Leaman and son, Jack, Mr, and Mrs. Eteel Smith and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, Til of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trager and daughters Theresa and Betty. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rosemond and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Aurdal entertained a family group at the Rosemond home on South Third street today. Guest were Mr. and Mrs..H. N. Halvorson, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Clea Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Halvorson, St. Ansgar; Lois Smith, Belmond, and Ed Nelson, Ventura. Come From Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Fletcher and daughter of Thompson and Jimmy Dickirson were guests at the W H Dickirson home today. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Greene, and Mrs. G. E. Troeger joined with the I. J. Diggs family for a picnic dinner at the Diggs' home on State street. Mr. and Mrs. Jr. L. Jacobson have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Siesseger and son, John, and Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Runcie and daughters, Eleanor and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aitchison were guests of Mr. and Mrs W. B Scroggins. Mrs. F. M. Daniels and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ferson were dinner guests of the William Snibley's South Second street Society News Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stacbery, Gilbert Bovard and Miss Clara Lewis, 915 Delaware avenue northeast drove to Belmond Thanksgiving day where they visited Mrs. Stanhspy-c brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Klemme. * * * Miss Geneva Kuppinger arrived Wednesday from Geneva where she :eaches for a few days' visit with ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kuppinger, 1109 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. from Minneapolis to spend the hoi idays at the home o£ Mr. and Mrs Sam Kaufman, 312 Second stree northwest. * * t , . Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Shaffer an family, 850 First street northwest spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Shaf fer's family in Algona. * * 0 Captain and Mrs. Walter Elliot and daughters, 623 Washington avenue northwest, drove to Burling ton Wednesday for a holiday visit » » * Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brogue and daughters, Roslyn and Janet, and Mrs. Nettie Brogue, 721 Delaware avenue northeast, drove to Cedar Falls for a short holiday visit. * * * Miss .Teane Ericson is spending the Thanksgiving holidays here with her parents from Columbia, Mo. where she attends- Christian college. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Taylor and daughter, Marlys. 930 Van Buren avenue northwest, spent Thanks- living day with friends at Waterloo, £ * * 'Mr. aad Mrs. N. L. Mickolg. 171 Crescent drive, went to Owatonna. Minn., for the holiday. * * * Jay Conley arrived Thursday crom Chicago where ha attends the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts to spend the holiday with hia mother, Mrs. W. A. Schrader, 309 Taylor ivenne southwest. Mrs. Lee P. Loomis and niece Betty Hakes, 320 First street southeast, have gone to Muscatine for a Thanksgiving visit with Mrs. Loomis' parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Webster Hakes, and Hiss Hakes parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hakes * * t Miss Babe Kropman, 325 Sevent. street northwest, has left for For Dodge where she will spend th week-end with her brother-in-lm and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Rob Inson. GUESS WHO BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED Miss Blanche Ivis entertained the Guess Who Bridge club at the honn of Mrs. I. R. Weaver, 629 Ninth street northeast. Bridge was playec at four tables with prizes going to Miss Cleo Gorman and Miss Margaret Sheridan of Clear Lake and juest prize to Miss Lucille' Nolan Suests included the Misses Ann Whyte, Irene Fossey, Luella Dougherty, Helen Runft, Mildred Armstrong' and Lucille Nolan. BATH TOWNSHIP WOMEN AT- MEETING Bath Township women met at ho home of Ruth Stevenson for .heir second lesson In sewing, the 'dress clinic," with Miss Ada Raake n charge. Alteration and remodel- ng- of dresses ivere discussed. There were 10 present and the next esson will be Jan. 11 with Mrs. R. T. Lumsden at Rockwell. iIISSIONARY SOCIETV VABIES NEW OFFICERS The .Women's Missionary society f the Immanuel Lutheran church ad its annual meeting with elec- ion or officers. The president is Irs. D. C. Fields; vice president, Irs. Harold Allen; secretary, Miss illen Larson; treasurer, Mrs. Ver- er Gustafson; "Mission Tidings" ecretary, Mrs. Nels Landgren. tfrs. George Schriver gave a read- ig. "Christmas at Bethphage." NOVEMBER 30 1933 The executive committee was instructed to make the January meeting a home mission festival. Film Star Refutes Rumors of Illness NEW YORK, Nov. 30. .T--Joan ( - . r a w f o r d , appearing perfectly healthy, attended the opening of her new picture today at a Broadway theater. She had been reported ill i n a Connecticut sanitarium HERMANSON MILK B O T T L E comes STRENGTH Many athletes attribute their physical prowess to the liberal use o£ milk. Follow their example for strength. Miss Ann Kaufman, Mrs. Ann Tokman, Miss Nellie Goldhlrsch and Dave Goldhirsch have arrived New WINTER C OAT S Clever fashions, stunning models. High collars of fine furs that will do flattering things to your face. The cut, the fit, the fineness of the fabrics, the individual dressmaker touch, m a k e these coats outstanding . . . each one a creation in itself. We picked the f a b r i c s which were successful in 1 higher priced coats. We ordered them made up in best- selling styles -- now we mark them at this low price for this sale. - There are fine w o o 1 e n Boucles, Twills and Broadcloths trimmed with Manchurian W o l f , Beaverette panel Alaskan Lamb. Opportunity is pounding at your door when you can buy a fine coat like this at this low price. Selling Hours 9 to 5:30 Sat. to S:SO Regular $22 Value REORGANIZATION SALE Take a tip from Santa "Fire Chief" COUPE and TRY KRESGE'S FIRST for all your TOPS Nine inch brilliantly colored tops with sweet tone. Cathedral four tonedlarger topis 79c. Tea Sets 25c to 13, 17 and 24 piece decorated china sets in special gift boxes. Aluminum tea sets also included. WIND UP Train icitli electric tights and siren Batterie lOc Rubber tires, bright or dim red lights and (creaming siren. Strong wind.up motor.TafceaiwobatlericB. * ' ' . . . . . . . . . LARGE DRESSED Unbreakable Fully dressed with panties, slip, lace trimmed bonnet and dress, knit socks and white shoes. 18" high. $ 100 JL Battery Set includes engine, tender and three cars, ten pieces of track and cross-over piece, making a figure eight. Sewing and Paint Sets Sewing set includes doll, stamped dresses and all colors of thread. Paint sets in. elude stencila, crayons and paint books. Table Tennis Sets 00 Official size. Includes four paddles, sanded on both sides, net, clamps and 3 balls. In gift hox. RUBBER DOLL Washable and unbreakable -- movable arms and legs. Ten inches long. Lots of fun to dress. Stuffed Toys Dogs include Wire Haired Terrier, Pekinese and others. A large teddy bear B l i n d i n g 18 high is also only Cffc. 25c to $1 STORE 9 South Federal Avenue DECEMBER 1st, 2nd and 4th 3 Days of REAL VALUES Discounts Up to 50 per cent DIAMOND RINGS 5125.00 VALUES , ^ set with 6 diamonds on side.. $95.00 ?100.00 VALUES d»/«A rv set with 6 diamonds on side 9)69.00 575 -°° :::: $55.00 $35.00 $25.00 All in Beautiful New Settings 37.50 VALUES WATCH VALUES ILLINOIS MEN'S WATCHES tli\ nr 17 jewel, $60.00 value tj«9.75 ILLINOIS MEN'S WATCHES frnn If 17 jewel, §50.00 value tJZ9.75 ILLINOIS LADIES' WATCHES, frnrnn. 17 jewel, $50.00 value ifrjO.UU ELGIN MEN'S MODEL, '*-,, r A 525.00 value .? 1^,50 LADIES' 17-JEWEL GRADES, A n n ,,537.50 value $^9.75 MEN'S IS-JEWEL GRADES, A , n nr . 529.75 value $19.95 ILLINOIS POCKET WATCHES, *·· f A 17 jewel, $50.00 values !oZ.5U Sterling Silver NOT ON SALE LaReine "·'·.A heavier;'than standard pattern. A remarkable value when you compare weight for weight with other patterns. SERVICE FOR SIX T U 1 6 Knives 6 Forks 6 Teas 6 Salad Individual $55 Chateau And Other Patterns SERVICE FOR SIX 6 Knives 6 Forks 6 Teas 6 Salad Individual Ladies'and Men's Rings All at 20 to 50 per cent reductions. Hurry for there will be some tremendous values. 5,000 pieces of costume jewelry, 60c to ?! Rings, necklaces, bracelets, compacts etc. Gifts for men . ? i. flo to'$I.5fl introducing! the New Inspiration Pattern in Rogers Lifetime Plate This lovely new pattern is the work of Rogers' International Silver Co. Remember, this is not a discontinued pattern, but a 50 year quality and new at exactly one-half price. A fortunate purchase. 26-PIECE SETS, ?35.00 value . $17.50 COMMUNITY PLATE, 50 year quality Jelly Server, 51.50 value To Introduce This New Pattern WATCHES Blcuichordk DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE

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