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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
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FEBRUARY 8 ·§ 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Final Drive ; for Winter Clothes on Mrs. Seba Vail Heads Effort to Aid Social Welfare League. If the groundhog's prophesy was right, and it probably was, it will be an especially cold sis weeks for many Mason City families because the store of winter garments at the Social Welfare league office is almost depleted. ·_ To meet the continuous need for clothing, a supplementary campaign is being started by Mrs. Seba Vail, welfare chairman for the Parent- Teacher council. Mrs. Vail conducted the clothing campaign in the fall which brought in the garments which are being distributed now. All types of winter clothing; arc needed, according to Mrs. Mabel Blaise, secretary o£ the Social Welfare league. The collection will be carried on through the welfare chairman of the various schools as was the collection o£ scraps for quilts. Seventy-nine quilts were pieced from material turned in in the collection. Welfare chairmen include Mrs. A. W. Schmidt, Grant; Mrs. H. E. Van Essen, Jefferson; Mrs. R. R. Nesje, Madison; Mrs. Frank Pierce, Wilson; Mrs. Boyd Walter, McKinley; Mrs. George Simkins, Harding; SMART SWAGGER I Necessary For Every I Smart Woman This Spring! Friday and Saturday -- Featuring Full-Length Coats! -- Clever Sleeve Treatments! -- Flattering Scarfs and Ties! -- Splendid Tweeds or Matelassie! --^Green, Shrimp, Maize, Brown! -- Blue or Gold in Newest Tones! -- Beautifully Tailored--All Silk Lined! Superb Dresses! Dozens of New Spring Versions! The newest spring ideas! Glorious prints--novelty figured patterns, clever stippled designs, c o l o r f u l Roman s t r i p e s , stunning p 1 a i d s! Marvelous print combinations in fascinating variety! Charvmg navy models! Distinctive black creations! 3 So. Federal Ave. Mrs. Fred Heneman, high school; Mrs. W. Earl Hall, Garfield; Mrs. A. A. Neuman, Roosevelt-Jackson; Mrs. W. J. Barbour, Monroe-Washington; Mrs. S. W. Greene and Mrs. Raymond Peasly, Central; Mrs. L. T. Sanborn, Lincoln. The drive will continue until March 1. , __»*· Athenian Members Meet for Valentine Party at Kelly Home Athenian club members met for a Valentine party Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. M. E. Kelly, 424 Fourth street southeast, with Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Mrs. W. Martin, Miss TUarg-aret Kelly, Mrs. W. B. McGrane and Mrs. L. M. Wood as assisting hostesses. Dinner was served at 6 o'clock and the Valentine rnotif was carried out in the candles and roses which sc rving the fresl centered the table, the place cards o£ tne contents, and the menu. After dlcner a burlesque club meeting was staged with Mrs. McDonald as president and Mrs. McGrane as "madame secretary." Many perplexing problems were presented to the officers during the meeting. Later in the evening hearts were played with high score prize going to Mrs. L. C. Perkins. Wife Preservers Keep a cup of shaved paraffin in an enameled cup close at hand where it can be melted quickly. When you have used the bottle of olive oil or flavoring extract, cork the bottle tightly and dip the head into the slightly cooled melted par affin, making a tight seal and preserving the freshnenss and strength JffiNSE3S T -STAKKEY EMMETSBURG. Feb. 8.--James P. Jensen, 39, and Leota Starkey, 22, both of Graettinger, have been issued licenses to wed. ACKEKMAN-SCIIOLL A marriage license has been issued to Simon Ackerman, 27, Cass- L1NCOLN RADIO CIRCLE MEETS FOR BROADCAST Lincoln Radio Child Study circle met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Holub 530 Eleventh street northeast, for a broadcast on "Developing Leaner- ship." Mrs. Ray Bappo led the discussion. The next meeting will be Feb. 21 with Mrs. T. M. Hilton. 611 Maryland avenue southeast, and the subject will be "Helping the Child Face Success and Failure." At the close of the afternoon Mrs. Holub served refreshments, a red and white color scheme being carried out. ,j. BALTES-PICKAIt NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 'S.--Miss Lucille Pickar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Pickar, and He -n Baltes, son of Mrs. Anna Baltes, all of North Washington, were married at the Immaculate Conception church, North Washington, by the Rev. P. J. Puetz, pastor. They were attended by Miss Selma Pickar, sister of the bride, and Cletus Baltjes, brother of the bridegroom. The bridegroom is employed an road mamtainer for Chickasaw county. 1'laylet to Be Given. ACKLEY, Feb. 8.--The P. T. A. will hold a meeting at the high school auditorium Monday at 3:15 p. m. The sixth grade will present a playlet, "The Ideal P. T. A'. Birthday Cake," under the direction of Miss Katheryn Goettel. Music will be by the kindergarten band with Miss Ruth Becker, director. Win In Declnm Contest. ACKLEY, Feb. 8.--Winners in order in the declamatory contest held at Ackley high school auditorium were: Oratorical, William Winter, Hubert McGreevy; dramatic, Mildred Jacob, Lois Ludeman; humorous, Doris Schachterle, Kathcryn Heetland. Will Bo Hon«r«t. CLARKSVILLK--The past noble grand circle will meet with Mrs. Sabra Molsberry Tuesday afternoon. Guests will furnish the lunch as a courtesy to Mrs. Molsberry who will celebrate her eighty-third birthday anniversary the folloing day Feb. 14. 220 Attend Party. CALMAR--About 220 attended .tie card party given Tuesday night at the Catholic church auditorium given by the Catholic men of the church. History Program Given.' GARNER -- The Woman's club met with an attendance of 65 Tuesday night. In observance o£ history week a pageant was prepared and directed by Mrs. J. E. Tierney depicting early days in Iowa with interest centered in Hancock county. Appropriate songs were sung by Mrs. W. S. Lee, Mrs. Art Wille and Mrs. Chct Stille, accompanied by Mrs. Charles Marks. Mrs. Hostess. BKLMOND--Mrs. E. W. Luick was hostess to the Progress club in her home Tuesday afternoon. The lesson about Iowa .was given by Mrs. George Elder, who was assisted by Mrs. A. H. Anderson and Mrs. A. C. Hanson, who gave articles. Surprised on Anniversary. BANCROFT--Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lappe surprised them at their home on their silver wedding: anniversary. Five hundred was played at five tables and Mildred Lappe and George Foth won high scores. Prcnnptia! Shower Given. LAKE MILLS--A miscellaneous «re-n\tptia] shower honoring Miss Maybelle Johnson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. M. 1. Johnson, was given at her parents' home on Wednesday evening. Bridge Club Entertained. G O L D F T E L D --The Octagon Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Robert Hansen Wednesnay afternoon. Mrs. Gilbert L. Hansen had high score and Mrs. Forest Slaiken, second high. Meets in Oorwlth Home. CORWITH--The Women's Home Missionary society met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. L. Thompson with Mrs. Catherine Shipman assistant hostess. Mrs. O. E. Schaal led the lesson, "The Roads of Industry--The Jericho Road," Mrs. A. R. Gardiner gave a napcr on "Serving the City" and Mrs. Thompson rend a poem. ville, Wis., and Ethel Mae Scholl IS, Rockwell. Music Recital Presented by Students at Thornton THORNTON, Feb. 8. -- Ralph eer presented his pupils in a musical recital in the school auditorium Monday evening. The selections consisted of piano, clarinet, cornet and violin solos and duets, musical readings find songs. Pupils on the program were Evelyn Ingebretson, Beulah Hartwig, Betty Christensen, Merrill Wagner, Kenneth Ingebretson, Ross Han.sen, Harold Hartwig, Leland Mikkelsen, Corinne Buck, Gordon Dittmer, lona Floy, Clair James, Vivian Obrecht, Luverne Baker, Harjorle Lou Zicke- foosc, Bobby Musgjerd and Edith Carver. YOUNG-THOMPSON DECORAH, Feb. 8.--Announce ment has been mndo'Of the marriage of Miss Olga Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Thompson of Madison township, and Arthur Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Young of Pleasant township, on Jan. 31 by the Rev. Mr. Jordahl at the Lutheran parsonage at Ridgeway. Attendants were Miss Gladys Thompson and Miss Marguerite Young, and Morris Engen and Spencer Haga. The cc .pie will make with bridegroom's ALENTINE PARTY SPONSORED AT CHURCH Nearly 100 attended the Valentine party held at the Bethlehem Lutheran church Wednesday evening under the sponsorship of Mrs. C. L. labaugh and Mrs. C. A. Hlnz, members of the Willing Workers. The Valentine theme was carried out in ;he decorations and refreshments and games were played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Mary Dallas, William Challas and Miss Marie Speaker. Mrs. Joseph Gasseling and Miss Signcy Johnson won low prizes. McKiNLKY CHILD STUDY CIRCLE AT MEETING McKinley Child Study circle met at the school Wednesday afternoon for a program which included the reading of poems by three girls of Miss Mary Helen Prehm's grade. Children from Miss Lena Gutnecht's third grade sang. The circle listened to the broadcast from Ames on " veloping Leadership." First LYLE WILCOX HOSTESS -AT BRIDGE- Mrs. Lyle Wilcox, 115',4 History Citation Received by Unit Mrs. F. R. Mahafrey, president of the local unit of the American Leion auxiliary, has received an history citation from Mrs. C. M. Vetter of Atlantic, department chairman of histories. The citation was offered to units having complete histories by Dec. 20. Mrs. F. E. Maillard is the local chairman. Report Is Encouraging. SWALEDALE -- Martin Reidcl was taken to Mason City Monday and had an X-ray picture taken of the fractured bone in his leg, caused by the accidental discharge of a shotgun three weeks ago. QUALITY Be Smart and Thrifty! Get the MOST In Dry Cleaning lor Your Money Suits /'.ST., 75c Dresses /ftSSU 75c "" PIIONK 78B OK 789 street southwest, entertained at bridge Wednesday evening at her home. High score prize went to Miss Evelyn Slock and low to Miss Laura Faktor. Mrs. Paul Wilcox and Mrs. Leo Carle were guests. 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