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February 12, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 12 4th General Meeting at M.E. Church Dr. T. A. Burke to Be Speaker; Mrs. B. Raymond Weston to Sing. The February general meeting of the Woman's club will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the First Methodist church when Dr. T. A. Burke will speak on his travels in Europe and Mrs. B. Raymond Weston will sing. Dr. Burke spent last summer on an extended European tour with the foreign fBSfjmbUea of the Inter- State Post Graduate Medical association of North America. Countries visited include Great Britain, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Russia, Germany, Italy and France. A final opportunity to purchase towels hemmed by the blind women of Iowa will be given at the meeting Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Irons, chairman of the towel sale, will have a number of the articles with her at the meeting. Other Woman's club meetings for the week include a book review Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. when Mrs! Lloyd ·R. Roberts will discuss "Within 'RA 82 Atteod Celebration of Leagiie-Anniversary Banquet, Program Held at ~ This Present" by Margaret Ayer Barnes. The outdoor life department will meet Wednesday afternoon at- 2:30 o'clock at the library .when results of the tree contest will be announced. A Valentine tea will follow the program. TUEMANS-'HINDEJRS. GREENE, Feb. 12.--At the Presbyterian parsonage Albert Henry Tiemans and Miss Genevieve Hinder, both of Greene, were married Feb. 7. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Galen Maxwell. The Rev F. A. Munneke officiated P. G. and E. by Luther Group. Eighty-two past and present members of the St. James Luther league met at the P. G. and E. auditorium Sunday evening to celebrate the thirty-fifth anniversary of the Luther league. The league was organized in the fall of 1898 by the Rev. F. Lorch, now of Saskatchewan, Canada, but the date for the celebration of this event was postponed until Feb. 11. The league emblem formed the theme for the banquet, and the league colors, black, red, white, blue and gold were used in the decorations, programs and in two bouquets of spring flowers used as centerpieces of the two long tables, which were lighted with long tapers. Large emblems formed the decorations. Pearl Rohr, president of the present Luther league, acted as toast- K . mistress and also gave the addres of welcome. Carl Blumenstiel, char t member of the organization gave the response. The toasts wer given on the various parts of th_ emblem. The Rev. Conrad Buehler o£ Rockford addressed the group on "The Heart." Miss Anzonetta MISS PEAKL IIOHK . Tobsing sang "Give Me Thy Heart.' The Rev. A. Karsten; former pastor of the St. James Lutheran church but now of Alta Vista, Iowa, spoke on "The Cross." Mrs. O. Mall sang "The Old Rugged Cross." Miss Elsie Lunsman spoke on the symbolism of the white Rose. Mrs. Raymond Keistei sang "Hose of Sharon." Miss Irene Radunzel played a piano solo, "There's an Old Spinning Wheel." Emi! Schilling's toast was on the "Heaven." Miss Winifred Heiderich read tile league history. Miss Ello Woisnak read greetings from the neighboring pastors, leagues and --For Wednesday-- Dress Values that will make all Mason City stare in wide eyed wonder. A REAL DRESS THRILLER First Come--First Served DRESS S A L E DRESS S A L E ACTUAL $12.75, $17.75, $19.75 AND UP TO $35 VALUES DRESS S A L E DRESS S A L E Crepes - Prints - Wools - Knits - Street Types - Sunday Nite Types A Few Formats Over 100 Dresses at these sensationally low prices for Dollar Day only--Come Early friends. The greetings included letters of congratulation from the president of the National Luther league, the Rev. Mr. Widerandera of Toledo, Ohio; president of the Iowa district, John Stegeraan of Boyden, and president of the Hawkeye federation, Lawrence Lorenzen of Hockwell. · ' Carlton Rohr played a violin solo, "Salute d' Amour." The Rev. O. Mall, pastor of the St. James Lutheran church, gave' the formal toast on "The Ring." In conclusion he gave a poem, which he had written for the occasion. The entire group closed the program with the Luther league rally hymn. Roy Keller acted as song 1 leader for the occasion. Four charter members of the organization were present. These included Mas Mary Lang, Mrs. Lena Hagardus and Carl Blumenstiel, all of Mason City, and Mrs. Teressa Frese of Nora Spring's. Those who attended the banquet, from out of the city were Mr, and Mrs. Fred Fresa of Nora Springs, Mrs. Lily Senricksen of St. Paul, th-2 Rev. ani Mrs. Conrad Buehler, Rockford an- the Rev. and Mrs. Karsten, Alta Vista. Mrs. William Belfius and a com mittee of mothers and friends, mem bers of the Ladies aid and Friend ship society of the church, serve the dinner. The committee in charge of the banquet included Miss Ella Woisnak, Misses EJsie and Marietta Jroers, Miss Florence Rohr, Pau Cruggel, Elmer Barnosky, Edward Stephan and Miss Pearl Rohr. ,;. !_... , ' EIIDMANN-GOETZ.- ·. rVESLEY, Feb. 12.--A wedding- took place Monday morning at the St. Joseph's church when Misa Elizabeth Brdmann, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Matt Erdmann, became the bride of Henry Goetz, son of Mrs. Mary Goetz. Attendants were Miss Dorothy Goetz and Lawrence Srdmjvnn. A wedding d:cner was served at the home of the bride They will live on a farm, three miles north of town" after March 1. A wedding dance was given Sunday night at the Sexton hall. IN EUROPE YOUNG MOTHERS" Don't experi- m e n t w i t h c h i l d r e n ' s colds...Treat them as your own -mother did--^ externally. No dosing I Just rub throat and chest with , WICKS W VAPORUB PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN . . . dollar jewelry, necklaces, bracelets, e a r drops,' clips -- all 'new and a wide variety to choose from. WATCHES DIAMONDS West State Mason City Club Sends Delegation Plans .for Convention Here in May Discussed at Meeting. Sixteen members of the Mason j City Business and Professional Woman's club attended the state board meeting at Des lloines Sunday when plans were made for the annual convention of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs to be held In Mason City May 11, 12 and 13. More than 2,000 miles were added to the Mason City quota in the mileage contest bv the trip. Charl O. Williams of Washington . C., first vice president of the National Federation of B. P. W clubs, will represent the national organization at the meeting here, it wag announced. More than 150 were present at the meeting including the Mason City delegation which was made up of Mrs. Harriet Michael, Mrs. Pauline Simon, Miss Joy Ridgeway Miss Ethel Ridgeway, Mrs Lora Glanville, Miss Lola Mason, Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, Mrs Dora Liesveld, Miss Ann Swanson, Miss aabel Sucher, Mrs. Mabel Blaise ""3 Beulah Randolph, Mrs. Eva' juson and Miss Edith May. HighScKJp.T.A. Will Meet Thursday for Music, Address Musical selections and a travel alk will be features of the program of the junior college and hich chool P. T. A. at Us meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the school. The meeting will be preceded by siting hours from 7:15 o'clock to S when the parents may visit the class rooms. Mrs. W. F. Ingraham haa called a board meeting for 6:45 to i :15 o'clock. The Rev. George K. Davles will speak on his travels in Europe Pupils of Miss Ellen Smith will give selections from the operetta "Naughty Marietta." --·:·-- Social Calendar MONDAY-' Better Speech das., 7 o'clock, Y W C ' A Y. W. C. A. club-- ' 7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Unemployed Girls-7:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., spelling dictation. Madison C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, "Leisure Activities," Mrs. Vern Shinn. Central Lutheran Brotherhood Monroe school, play, "The Dutch Detective." Ladies of the Orient-- ' 8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall M. W. A.-S o'clock, Eagles hull. Presbyterian Evening circle-8 o'clock, Mrs. Paul Clement, 657 Ninth street northeast. Garfleld C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, "Family Melting Pot," Mrs. G. E. Harrison. TUESDAY Wa-Tan-l'c-- 12:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. O\veso cluh-- 1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Harry Russell, 436 Twenty-fourth street southwest. Woman's club-2:15 o'clock. First Methodist - church, talk by Dr. T. A. Burke, music, Mrs, B. Raymond Weston. Immanucl Martha society-Valentine tea. O. N. O. club-- j Mrs. Herman Bohnsack. I Shamrock club--. j Mrs. B. J. Fitzpatrick, 9'U Monroe avenue northwest W. K. C.-Y. W. C. A. T. N. T. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Valentine party. Roosevelt-Jackson C. S. C. 7:30 o'clock, Roosevelt school, lesson Mrs. H. S. Billings, visiting night. Women of the Moose-8 o'clock, Mro. Ed Crabb, 802 Delaware avenue northeast, card party, Mrs; B. M. Hanner, Mrs. C. Schers, hostesses. K. B. Bridge ciul-- S o'clock, Mrs. Lloyd Barrett, 2'2'i Second street northeast. Phoenician club-8 o'clock, Miss Louise Macket, 125 Fourth street northwest, lesson, Miss Mary Sherman, Clio club-Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones, HOi Second street southwest, PEXCOOK-SWEENTCV AREDALE, Feb. 12.--Miss Sfar- jaret Sweeney, daughter of Mrs. Ann Sweeney, and Clinton R. Pen- -ook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'encook, were married Saturday morning in the chape! of the Doughy Catholic church, by the Rev. Bather Collins. Only relatives of thfe iride and bridegroom were present. ifter the ceremony breakfast was erved to 50 at the home of the )ride. Mr. and Mrs. Pencook left or Minneapolis to visit relatives of Irs. Pencook there and at Fari- jault, Minn. COAT TO WRAP THE FIGURE · · - -- - * *.*-· uinjri.it i 1.1 EJOO I'cerless IS Cent I'allerti. 200 Firlh Avenue, New York tin : IIj- DIANA DAV _ Here's a darling little model, and H has a host of qualities and numberless possibilities. There are a" tremendous amount of materials in which it will look stunning. Another interesting thing about it is that while it ia so exceedingly smart to wear now, it is also lovely for spring. Rough crepe silk in rich brown made the original model with smart refreshing accent in beige. Light navy blue with glowing red trim is another combination you'll like immensely. Checked woolen with plain toning woolen trim is jaunty for it. Style No. 418 is designed for sizes 16, 18, 20 years, 26, 38, 40, 42 and 44 inches bust. Size 36 requires 3% yards of 3B inch material with 'i yard of 39 inch contrasting. The Essence of Fusliioul All summed up for you is this exciting book of fall and winter fashions and patterns. If you pride yourself on being in the "fashion know," you can't afford to miss it. You'll find the editorials amusin* and helpful. "Sure Cure for the Blues" contains valuable tips. Send for your copy today. Price of book 30 cents. Price of patterin 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do-not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, 200 Fifth avenue, New York City. ACKER it AN-S OH OLL ROCKWELL, Feb. 12.--Miss Ethel Scholl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scholl, and Simon Ackerman of Cassville, Wis., were married Monday morning at Sacred Heart cBurch, the Hev. E. J. O'Hagan officiating. ' 'Beauty Puts on Her Glasses" Why. continue to suffer from poor eyesight when glasses of such accurate vision and beauty cost so little ? JENSEN 'GLASSES Uvcrgood Bros. 110 N. Federal DOLLAR DAY AT TRADEHOME SHOES (750 pairs) NEW SPRING STYLES REDUCED FOR While Quantities Last' While Quantities Last! Dress Shoes! Arch Shoes! Sport Shoes' Oxfords! · straps! Pumps! Alter This Sale These Shoes Will Sell at $2.50 and $3.00 You'!! find several smart styles in your size to choose from--there are plenty of Blacks and Browns. 200 Pairs Children's SCHOOL SHOES A Remarkable Value! Shos 5 1o 2 O X F O R D S -- S T R A P S A Group of WOMEN'S SHOES Originally Priced Up to S3 A limited quantity of tliscon- tiiiued styles. All higher priced shore. NOT ALL SIZES. MEM'S HEAVY WORK Rubbers First quality. Special at ... Only 30 Pairs Boys' Black Oxfords Pair 100 Pairs of 79c First Quality SILK HOSIERY i 2 pair for 17 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE MASON CITY Miss Graven Is Bride of Nolterieke Couple to Live Here on Return From Trip to Minneapolis. Miss Doreta Craven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Craven, 508 Maryland avenue southeast 'and Lynn Nolterieke, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Nolterieke, 313 Ninth street northwest, were married at St. Joseph s rectory Saturday morn- mg at 9:30 o'clock. The Rev James Cassidy read the service Miss Phildred Hall was the maid of honor and Don Craven, acted as best man. The bride was attired in a royal blue gown with white accessories and wore a corsage of white gardenias. Miss Halt's gown -was dark blue and her corsage o£ pink roses and sweet peas. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. Decorations were in pink and white and the table was centered with American Beauty roses. Mr. Nolterieke and his bride have left on a trip to Minneapolis. For travel Mrs. Nolterieke wore a brown swagger suit with matching accessories. On.their return, they will be at home here. Mr. Nolterieke is employed in the Standard Oil office. He is a graduate of the Mason City high school and Mrs. Nolterieke is a graduate of St. Joseph high school. TWO COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES TO WED. OSAGE, Feb. 12.--Marriage licenses were granted to Fred A. Miller, 35, and Luella Bothmann, 34, both of Riceville, and to Frank E. Maier, 33, Chippewa Falls, Wis., and Anna J. Runde, 32, Mclntire Saturday. I ft Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Le ss _ since 1030 COUBTgsy AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Happy Home F r o c k s Featured at this pop ular price. Loads of style -- excellent tailoring. Perfect fitting. Patterns, checks, dots, stripes, plaids, floral. All sises from 14 to 44. EveVy one a real value. i "SEE YOU TOMORROW" Special Rug Sale! Whrttall Anglo Persian Rugs O Regular $123.40 Value The extraordinary thing about Whittiill Anglo is the fine texture--in fact, they arc the finest made. Just twice a year are we able to offer reduced prices. You may be sure of beautiful and design, for they are copies of genuine old rugs. 9x12 size--$89.50. Persians Wiltons them nt coloring Persian RUGS-RUGS-RUGS 9x12 Size $19,95 and up WHILE THEY LAST Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. 29 Second St. S. E.

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