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February 12, 1934

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

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FEBRUARY 12 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE / . CZA JKCMVSKI-HELMS. ELMA, Feb. 12.--Announcement is made, this week of the marriage of Miss Marjorie Helms, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Helms, to Peter SsajkowskI of St. Paul on May 18, 1933. The wedding took place in St. Paul where Miss Helms has been employed. They will make their home in St. Paul. Short example of helpful criticism: "Atta boy!" -- Davenport Times. Ofiui. OFF on Every Dress in the Store Ikel WEDNESDAY N ably th agriculfc ONLY the nu 'means of J , all owr' a borni"-' · . each off !-In ordeiPRINT COMBINATIONS and PLAIN COLORS ittle orift ONE DOLLAR OFF ,. OUR REGULAR 114 N. Fcaeral Avo. SEVEN Convention Plans Made at Meeting Midyear Board Session of . Wa-Tan-Ye Clubs at Hanford. Plans were made for the convention of the Association of Wa-Tan- Ye clubs to be held May 17 at Osag'e at the midyear board meeting Sunday at the Hotel Hanford which was attended by delegations from Ackley, Charles City, Clear Lake, Clinton, Mitchell, S. Dak., Oskaloosa and Mason City. The business meeting at ID o'clock was followed by dinner. Eloise Cooley of Mitchell, president of the Association, presided during the business session. Other officers present included Fannie Schofie'ld of V V V "9 ^ Vj? i v e ij o u r» VALENTIME Colo fff RIPE CHtfTOM STOCKIMG5 95c * ABEL SON' "INC. Many Worthwhile Values Will Be Offered Here DOLLAR BAY I Fine Pieces In TJEW to 51 ALL PARKER PENS 2" PRICE! FOB HER VALENTINE Nothing pleases like Jewelry . . . we have a. number of attractive novelties specially priced for this occasion. ti See Owr Windows! W, H. Potts, JeweSe bi^ Clinton, vice president, Anna Cruickshank of Oskaloosa, secretary, Olive Knntl of Charles City, historian, Rena Mack of Mason City, treasurer; and Dolores Mooera of Clinton, editor of the Wa-Tan-Ye paper. During the dinner hour a group of high school music students played including- Howard Scliwccr who gave a cornet solo and Dorothy Evans, a bassoon solo. There were 40 at the dinner and Valentine decorations were used, the tables being centered with rod roses and red tapers. --·:·-- Valentine Operetta to Be Presented by Grade School Pupils V group of piano students of the grade schools will appear in a recital Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the high school auditorium. The recital will be in the form of a Valentine operetta. Those who will appear include Roberta Anderson, St. Valentine; Bonnie Olson and Maxine Olson, first nnd second helpers; Patricia Ncinmers and Betty Sinnott, -laces; A. rait a. Bnms and Joyce Gregerson, hearts; Betty' Hanes, Marjorie Thompson and Charlcne Kluncler, verses. Helen A very will be the queen of hearts, Marvyl Beck, king of hearts; Shirley Farrer, cupid; Marjorie Ann Hight, Mother , Goose; Marjorie Thompson, Red Riding Hood; Bernice Dusbabek, Old Mother Hubhard, Little Jack Horner will be played by Doris Dusbabek, Little Bo Peep, Joy Farrer; Jack, Mary Jean Olson; Jill, Phyllis, McCtellan; Mary Quite Contrary, Judith Johnson; flowers, Lois Gregerson, Dorothy Flarup, Edna Bitting, Betty Hanes. Charlene Klunder, Patricia Nemmers Betty Sinnott and Ruth Stokes. A prize will be given to the pupil who brings the most visitors. --·:«-- Edward Kiplingers C e l e b r a t e Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kiplingcr of Belmond celebrated their fiftietV wedding anniversary Sunday a their home. They were married Feb 15, 1S8-1, at Belmond by the Rev H. W. Hartman. Mr. and Mrs, Kiplinger have lived in and near Belmond all of their married life. They have five (laugh ters and two sons living, 21 grandchildren and one great grandchild One son, Jo Kiplinger of Houston Mo., and a daughter, Mrs. Justin Lowenberg of Thornton were un able to be present. Sons-in-law and daughters at thi celebration were Mr., and Mrs. F. L McCallum of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs John Hartwig of Thornton, Mr. 'am Mrs. Halfpop of Goodell, Mr. anc Mi's. Roy Wolf of Mason City Adolph Kiplingcr of Belmond was the only son present. A family dinner was served anc a number of relatives called during the afternoon. Life Saving Tests Passed by Swimmers Seven juniors have been added this week to the life-saving depart ment of the Cerro Gorcio chapte of the American Red Cross. Thes girls took their instruction d u r i n g | __ON WEDDING TRIP MIL LADIES' SHOES One group ladies' rtt ( suede pumps ... Hi if) J Heel Todies' niblinr guitars, ·» n Small sizes only IUC GIRLS' OXFORDS Crowing girls' two tone oxfords--sport ffl rubber soles, sizes * 3 (o 8 About !IO pnlrs Indies' odd lots . . $1.49 LADIES' HOSE KINNEY'S w e l l known hosiery. Dollar Day only, 5i)c-- 2 pair for . . en'N dress snclts, lac value. pcc,i:il Hollar Onj' -| f\ urgi)!!) IUC HOUSE SLIPPERS Ladies' crone house ,, $ H B 'i pairs for Men's Dress oxfords, 7 smart styles, only $1.98 ODD LOTS 'Roys' odd lots two tone brown, $1.20 $ values.- Special ... Women's felt slippers for cool mornings, o O special «J«5C Children's Patterns Children's sizes -81/2 to 2. Two-tone TS nnd patent oxfords. P a t e n t a n d e l k shoes. SI.20 values 39 /ears of Faithful Service! 17 South Federal Avc.--Mason City, Iowa """'' I'HOTO I1V VI.OVI) MKRIDCTH W n i l i l l T RS. HENRY BRITVEN was Helen Ullrich before her marriage Saturday at Holy Family church. Mr. and Mrs. Britveu are on a wedding trip to SI. Louis and on their return will be at home here \vherc Mr. Britvon is manager of the Provt sion Market, 1B47 North Federal avenue. Mrs. Britvcn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Ullrich 1B26 North Federal avenue. the fall and whiter months from Miss Mildred Kluck at the Y. W. C A. pool, nnd have successfully completed, their Red Cross tests. The girls are Mary BurretB Genevieve Ritz, Betty Jane Lilley Jane Thome, Darlene Maves, Ellsie Schmidt and Patricia Farrer. Winifred Bogardns and Reta Dugan also re-passed their junior tests for a 193-i card in the junior life-saving: corps. Bits About 'Em Central P,T. A. Sponsors Night Club's Program Central school P. T. A. sponsored a night club entertainment for Us jay-meeting program at the school vhen musical numbers, skits and dancing were features of the evening. Performers included Dean Mincey and her Sweethearts orchestra, Mrs, B. Butcher, Warren Adkins. Armand Chapman, Dorothy K^rlc, Paricia. Kirk, Dick Barker, Bruce ^owell, Estelle Snyder, Jimmy riemming, Grace Danielson, Mary fern, Dicky Danielson, Dorothy Madsen, Don Kunz, Roger Down- ng and Russell Herseth. The committee workers were llrs. Eva R. Griffith, food chairman, Mrs. F. P. Howard, Mrs. L. E. Snell, Mrs. H. J. Blewett, Mrs. Vinnic taristianson and Mrs. L. T. Bowen; decorations, Mrs. Arlenc Hoyt, chairman, Mrs. William Sencnsky, Mrs. E. V. Young; Mrs. L. T. Bowen, dinlngroom chairman; Mrs. Catherine Clark, entertainment; Mrs. S. W. Greene, general chairman; Katherine Gibson, dining room hostess. Carl Johnston Takes Bride, Eva Radham GARNioK, Feb. 12.--Carl Johnston and Misa Eva Badlmin were married in the home of the bride's sister at Columbus Junction by the pastor of the United Presbyterian church at Columbus City in the presence of friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston are at home five miles northwest oft the Imlay farm. Mr. Johnson is brother of Orville and Earl Johnson, Mrs. L. I. Stewart and Mrs. Floyd Fiero. Recital Presented by Music Students Mrs. C. E. Cooper presented group two of her music pupils in a. recital at the home of Mrs. E. M. Ferleman, 7 Louisiana avenue southeast. The performers included Joyce Allen, Betty Mae Curtis, Marvin Carr. J a n i c e B a p p e , Nary Laural Schmidt?., Marian Foster, I-enore Bappe, Harold Marshall, Vcrnon Travers, Irwin Groff, Raymond Kassel, Mildred Page, Joan Andrick, Dorothy Wcyrauch and Betty Jean Lent. Janet Preston and Thorn. Ferleman from group one also played. Wife Preservers For stitching long seams use office clips and clip the seams together at short spaces apart. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 12.--Marriage licenses were issued Saturday to Clayton Young of Monkalo, Minn,, and Mary Denzer of Le Sueur, Minn.; Kenneth Nieman and Irene Schroeder, both of Fredericksburg; Harold Chrlstcnscn of Stratford and Pearl Davis of Clemens. Sympathy, Firm But Easy Control Needed in Managing Daughter Ry ItUOOKE VETKKS CIIUHCII i To most mothers the girl's development offers fewer problems than the boy's, and, though they may find the years 11 to 18 trying in the extreme, they ore not surprised at thfl sudden changes to which every girl of this age is subject. She erica without apparent cause, and often Is herself puzzled by her tears and ashamed of shedding them. Her fits of unnatural gaiety aro equally Incomprehensible. She experiments vrith maKe-np, probably tries cigarets on the sly. She is resentful oC control, wants to declare her independence by lonely walks at night, or late hours over trashy novel.*). When a girl is ia this awkward hobblc-de-hoy age, her interest in boys would be ludicrous if it were not pathetic. From an attitude of scorn she suddenly changes to nn open expression of interest. Sometimes it takes Itself out in a languid affection of indifference, sometimes- in obvious crushes. The only way to hold a girl during this period is with a firm but very easy rein. If .she ia conscious of restraint, she will assert her independence by secret expeditions which mny well get her into trouble, or will withdraw into a h u r t and lonely silence. She needs help in understanding herself, which only another woman, preferably her mother, can give. And, above all, she needs sympathy when in moments of bewilderment, and humiliation al her own unaccountable behavior she seeks comfort and reassurance. For she cannot know t h a t she is not an unusual phenomenon. Sho feels herself an exception and therefore misunderstood. The saddest thing in youth is the mistaken sense of loneliness In matters that ;ire really n. common heritage. A British f l y e r has enlisted Scotland Yard to help locate a missing wallet containing ?1,100. Has he looked in nil Ills nir pockets? -- Detroit News. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Inglesby and daughter, Winifred, and Frank Shearer, have returned to their home in. Minneapolis after a weekend visit with*'' Mrs. Itiglesby's' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Jaseph, 1026 First street northwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Willey, Thirty- second street northwest, have returned from Cedar Falls and Wa- tcrolo where they spent the past week. Willis M. Bcmiss, 720 Eleventh street northeast, Leo Halfpap, 826 Eighth street southeast and Lloyd A. Anderson, 514 Third street northeast, left Saturday for Texarkana, Texas, where they will work at the Decker branch there. Mr. and Mrs. .\. p. Lynch and daughter, Bee, 330 First street northeast, have returned from Adrian, Minn., where they Attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mra. Lynch's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Taylor. * * : Chester Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mark, 12.1 Jackson avenue southwest, has returned to his work at Waterloo after spending a week here. Miss Birdie Mark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark, lias arrived home after it visit in Chicago with her sister. Miss Adeline Mark, and other relatives. Mrs. li^vron M. Kurpcs ;uicJ son. Jerry, '100 F i f t h street southeast, returned Monday from Newell where they spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. L. C. Jensen. They were accompanied by Mrs. Karges' sister, Miss Anna Jensen of Sheffield. .,« s * Mrs. A. R. Lenz, instructor of district No. 2, O. E. S. is out of the city this week, conducting schools of instruction in the work of the order at Forest City on Monday; Estherville on Wednesday; Terrill on Thursday-; Emmctsburg on Friday, returning home Saturday. WINTEK-DENNEK NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 12.---Miss Loretta Denner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Denner, nnd George .1. Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Winter, all of New Hampton, were married Monday at St. Mary's church by the Rev. B. H. Forltcn- hrock, pastor. They were attended by Miss JMayrae Winter of New Hampton, sister of the bridegroom, i and Ray McGowen of Lawler. j The bride has been a rural school teacher in Chictatsaw county. The bridegroom is manager of a service station for the Blue Line Oil company here. BOLAM-MAIJ.OY NEW HAMPTON, Fet). 12.--Miss Emily Malloy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. .7. Malloy, New Hampton, and Harry Bolam, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bolam of Nashua, were married at St. Joseph's rectory, Saturday, by the riev. Thomas J. Dowling, pastor of St. Joseph's church, here. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. William Ward. The bride teaches in the Plainfield public schoulH. The couple will live on a fnrm. Say It With . . . FLOWERS T HE language of love is the language of flowers. Ycnir St. Valentine sentiments are more feelingly expressed a n d more fondly received with our finer flowers of f u l l fresh fragrance. JOHNSTON'S FLOWERS Across Kroni 1'urk \Vti Telegraph Klo\vers Phono, 22S 10 First St. N. W. Day FLATTERING NEW ·OO New Turbans and other smart styles of the popular Soft Straw- Cloth and Fabrics. Black, Brown, Navy nnd all Hig-h Colors. Large and small hcadsizos. ALL WINTER HATS «J y C · Z for v *· FINK'S Smart Apparel lil S, I'ViIeral Avo. Fink's Smart Apparel GREATEST Smocks $1.39 to Reg. $2.50 and $3.50 VaJucs Colorful Patterns ALL SIZES STRUTWEAR PURE SILK T''iill-I''nsliionCTl--First Quality--All Good Similes 2 Pair for $1.25 Regular §1 Values New Spring DRESSES Heavy Wool Jackets Zipper styles Made by Patrick DOLLAR DAY ONLY Many Worth Double and More--Than This Special Price -'WEDNESDAY ONLY-Your Last Opportunity to Buy Such Sensational Values for Many Years to Come Silk Blouses New Skirts New Sprincf Styles SUPER VALUES HEAVY FURR] FULLY INTERLINED COATS COATS AfMHit 10 !n thl» K roll P-Formerly Hold up to $1R.!)0. Smnlt sl7,es. JVcave it lo us to si-.e that you get plenty for your money--we xvlll not rtlfi- »ji(olnt ,vou In 11 cant l»ir- L ' l l i l l . It's farewell to (lieso f l n o coats! \Vn linte td part w i t h them it I, these, sacrifice, prices . . . h u t I t ' s iilnst, n u r policy to curry ill over. BE HERE EARLY FUR COATS Ml Higher Priced About 1 Dozen Remain--at Savings of Over . SEE THEM Less Than Former Prices 15 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE.

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