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December 6, 1933

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 6 1933 "THE YOUNGEST" TO BE STAGED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY O.E.S.Gets Officers for Next Year Mrs'.-F.J..Crawford Elected Worthy Matron of Unity Chapter. Mrs. F. J. Crawford, 618 Thin Street southeast, was elected worthy matron of Unity Chapter No. 58, O E. S. at the annual election Tuesday night. Other officers elected were Frank L. Hudson, worthy patron; Mrs John Balfana, associate matron; William Mahlstadt, associate patron; Mrs. C. L. Meade, conductress; and Misa Lillian Shlmmick, associate conductress. Officers re-elected were Mrs. George M. Buck, secretary, and Mrs. R. A. Washburn, treasurer.. H. C. Fisher was re-elected trustee to represent Unity chapter In the Masonic Building association. Mrs. L. G. Hawkins, worthy matron, announced an open Installation on Jan. 9. ,·, H. G. L. CLTJB MEETS WITH BBSS BOURNE Miss Margaret Bourne entertained the H. G. L. club at her home, 1125 First street southwest, Tuesday evening-. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Richard B. Senneff and Mrs. C. R. Messer. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. T. If. T. CLUB MEETS AT Y. FOB LECTURE Misa Sophie Chowning of the liome decorating class at the Y. W. C. A. spoke on bedroom furniture and accessories at the T. N. T. club meeting Tuesday evening at the Y. She showed samples of wall paper, rugs, draperies and slip covers and demonstrated materials and colors which may be combined. During- the business meeting it was vot.ed to give a $5 Christmas basket to a needy family. The annua! Christinas party will be held next Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Miss STARS IN "THE YOUNGEST" MRS. CHARLES GRIPPEN MRS. W. C. EGLOFF --Photo, by Kirk Mrs. Charles Grippen and Mrs. W. C. Egloff have roles in the Worn an's club play, "The Youngest," which will be presented Thursday anc. Friday evenings at 8;15 o'clock In the high school auditorium. The play a three act comedy by Philip Barry, has been staged under the direction of Mrs. Douglas Swale. Other members ot the cast are Mrs. F. M Humphrey, Miss Ramona Licsveld, Miss Mary Gould, Dr. Draper Long Paul McAuley, J Leonard Kline and Francis DeSart. Mrs. Long is stage mwiagor, Miss Mary Sherman is in charge of prop ertles, assisted by Miss Mary Gould and Miss Ruth Fisher. The ticket sale is being conducted at Currie-Van Ness store unde the direction of Mrs. r. G. Klempnauer and Mrs. B. B. Bagley. Donna McGee and Miss Helen Kels were guests at the meeting and Mis Kelsh was enrolled as a member. Bits About 'Em P H O T O G R A P H S THAT PLEASE SPECIAL PEE- CHRISTMAS OFFER . . . taken by Floyd Merideth Wright in his new Holywood manner. YOUR PHOTOGRAPH · HOLLYWOOD LIGHTINGS · PROOFS TO SELECT FROM » BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED ONLY EACH 1 WRIGHT STUDIOS 203 SECOND ST. N. W. Mrs. Irene Webster, 87 Rive heights, Mrs. Ella Stevens and Mis Ruth. Stevens, 321 Washington av enue northwest, and Mrs. Tracy Ste evens, 17 Ninth street northwest drove to Minneapolis Wednesday to spend the day. w v * Howard Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ross, 1206 First street southwest, a. student at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis has just pledged to Sigma Chi fraternity. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rueholw of St. Ansgar have returned to their tiome after a visit with Mrs. Henry Ferr, Sixth street southeast. 3 * a Mr. and. Mrs. E. M. Ferlcman, 7 Louisiana avenue southeast, were guests at the wedding of Blanche Schluesner and Merle Handy o£ Forest City, which took place at Garner. The ceremony was followed by a reception in the morning and a dance in the evening at the Forest City Country club. The addition of three new units to :he California state park system will bring the area of state-owned parks to 285,000 acres. COUGHING or the druggist will return your mousy-?Kc. THOXINE Buy Your.. DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY for CHRISTMAS at MURRAY'S He will guarantee to save you from 25 to 40 per cent on your purchases. A call will convince you. ¥50.00 DIAMOND KING given away Christmas Eve. No Purchase Necessary CONVENIENT CREDIT MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. BLDG. Four Pints of Cream are needed to make one pound of IOWA STATE BRAND Butter In what other form can you buy food--and health--so cheaply? World famous cooks--use Butter freely! Christmas Program for Lincoln P.T.A, Christmas will furnish the them* for the Lincoln Parent Teacher as sociation meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the school. Mrs. G E. Harrison will talk on Christmas and there will be Christmas music by Miss Ellen Smith's pupils. The program will be followed by a social hour. Need of Be Made Clear to Child as Need for Fresh Air By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH As the speed and tension of mod- rn life increase, the nerve strain E those who are a part of it be- omes greater. The human organism has not kept ace with its own inventions, and nless it finds in its bag of tricks omething to alleviate the pressure, I is headed for more and more lervous breaks among Its most highly organized and sensitive mem-f :rs. The promptest and surest remedy s sleep. But the ability to sleep re- juirea training, and preferably raining in childhood. Simply to lake children take naps is not nough, for in time they develop-a esistance to the enforced rest rhich continues through life and efeats the purpose of the remedy. Families who pritle themselves on eing' night-owls, who claim as a pecial virtue the power of getting n with less sleep than the average, nd who declare that their best vork is done after midnight, are etting up ideals of sleeplessness in heir children. Lack of sleep creates a very real olson in the system, a toxic condi- ion which may in the end cause eal trouble. In young people this is especially rue, and often shows itself in mud- y and spotted complexions, stringy, ustcrless hair, and general irrita- illlty. The average adolescent would ie in better shape if, Instead of giv- ng up sweets or fancy foods, he ook more sleep. Half the fretful/less of babies, the antrums of little children, and the .motional crises of the 'teens could ie avoided by a little more training n sleep and relaxation. The physical need of sleep, its effects, and the evils resulting from too little or broken sleep should be made Quite as clear to children as the value of a balanced diet or fresh air. QtlANDT-LIESTER NORTHWOOD, Dec. 6.--Clarence ter, Mason City, were married here Quandt, Clear Lake, and Stella Lies- Monday evening by C. H. Dwells, justice of the peace. Others licensed to wed in Northwood during the past two weeks were Marvin Weit- sebke, Faribault, Minn., Dorothy Landt, Medford, Minn.; Palmer Siebrecht, Thea Lien, Worth county; Kenneth F. Bradford, Viola Thompson, Minneapolis. Do your child's ankles turn in? It 30, he is not Trcirins Ibe correct shoes and tma jniy caute serious foot troubles In liter years. Shoes ^n'lt help the weifc .r.ilez r for they were *pccia]!y designed to t r a i n the foot to proper growth. Recommended by leading medical authorities and cuitora fitted nt A I R D 14 East State S Where Shoes Are Really Fitted Music Club Members at Holiday Tea Recital Given by Mrs. Smith, Mrs. MacMillan, Mrs. Barclay. Matinee Musicale club met for its annual Christmas tea Tuesday afternoon at the home o£ Mrs. Frank Pearcc, 22 Beaumont drive, with Miss Ruth Stevens, Mrs. C. G. Maudsley and Mrs. Pearce aa hostesses. A recital was given by Mrs. Scott Smith, Mrs. Tom Barclay and Mra. Harlan MacMillan. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. MacMillan gave two duets to open the program, "Stanische Weisen" and Opus 113, numbers 3 and 5 by De Beriot. The next number was a solo, "From the Canebrake" by Gardner, by Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Barclay played two flute selections by Godard, "Idylle" and "Allegretto," followed by a duet by Mrs. MacMillan and Mrs. Barclay, "Beaux Arabesques" by Debussy. Mrs. MacMillan played two selections, "Reverie" by Bueuxtients and "Tambourine Chinols" by Kreisler. Mrs..Harold Johnson and Mrs. Barclay were heard in a clarinet and flute duet, "Tarantelle," by Saint Saens and Mrs. MacMillan and Mrs. Smith played two duets, "Gondoliers" by Shar and "Bolero" by Bachmann. The concluding number was "Ronde des Luttns" by Krienf, played by John Robertson and Mrs. Barclay, flutes, and Mrs. Johnson, clarinet. The program accompanists were Miss Stevens and Mrs. Wallace Allen. Tea was served at a table decorated with a Christmas centerpiece and lighted red tapers. Mrs. L. S. Sanders and Mrs. Ray Prusia. poured. WOMEN OF MOOSE MEET FOR READING The first book of the reading course being conducted by the Women of the Moose was completed at a. meeting: Tuesday afternoon at Eagles hall. The library chairman, Mrs. J. R. Holman, awarded first rize to Mrs. Vem Mott and second .o Mrs. B. D. Zen. for the most ·eading during October and November. Plans were made by the social service chairman, Mrs. I. R. Chil- [ren, for the members to sew for the Red Cross. The family Christmas party to be held instead of the next meeting Dec. 19 -was announced. . . · · ' . ' . · _ . _ ..." * - ' *· MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED'TO COUTLES Marriage licenses have been is- :ued to Walter Gaffney, IB, and Catherine Davis, 21, both of Mason City. Harlan Pate, 24, Clear Lake, and Luella Hopper, 23, Beloit, Wis.; Raymond Rutledge, 23, and Leona Farrlow, 18, both of Clear Lake. MONROE P. T. -A. TO ' UEET FOR SEWING Monroe P. T. A. will meet at the ·chool Thursday and Friday after- loons to sew for the Social Wel!are league. .A request has been nade for baby clothes and persons laying them have been asked to bring them to the school. __*_ MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT ALGONA ALGONA, Dec. 6.--Marriage licenses were issued to R. H. Sankey of Bancroft and Mrs. Laisigna Larson of Algona; E. V. Sager o£ Granada, Minn., and Gladys Thornton of Winnebago, Minn.; Raymond McMahon and Pearl Robinson, both of Algona; Fred William Brumm of Jamestown, N. Dak., and Mary Wilcox of Mitchell, S. Dak. JOHNSON-CULUNAX BELMOND, Dec. 6.--Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Cullinan have announced the marriage of their daughter, Alice, to Ardell Johnson, son of tfrs. Selma Johnson, at the home of ;he bride's parents, the Rev. B. Guldsetli officiating:. The attendanta were Mrs. Ruth Bingham of Rowan, sister o£ the-bride, and Harold Johnson, brother of the bridegroom. The ruests were the immediate families, and Miss Edith Woods of Clarion and Donald Buchanan of Waterloo. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served the party, after which Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left on a short trip to Fort Dodge. They will make their home with Mr. Johnson's mother for the present. Cf {A GMILE-J ETMUN D DOWS, Dec. G._lone Mae Jet- rmmd, Dows, and Mark Y Crag- mile, Gowrie, were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crag- mile, brother and -sLiter-fn-law of the bridegroom, by the Rev R A Prough, Dowa. They will make their home on the Cragmile home farm near Gowrie. TANGEN-FURNESS HANLONTOWN, Dec. 6.--Word has reached relatives here of the marriage of Miss Hillborg Furness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Furness, farmers here, to Theodore Tangen of Taylor Falls, Minn., Nov. 15 in Minneapolis, where Mrs. Tangen is continuing with her work as nurse. Mr. Tangen is a . highway commissioner. DEVAUL-BRICHLER NASHUA, Dec. B--The Rev. William Kent officiated at the marriage of Miss Wilna V. Brichler and Jess DeVaul, son of Mr. and Mrs. James DeVam of Havelock, at the Little Brown church. They will make their home at Havelock. BLACK HOLDS ITS OWN WOOLEN FROCK FEATURING WIDE SINGLE REVER. AND DEEP VEST EFFECT PROVES POPULAR FASHION OJoJe-G3ielt» PterJess Jo Cent I'Alleivi, 300 fifth Avenue, Nftr Vork t'lty -------------- Br DIANA UAV -·· Various points about this charming dress have been specially thought out for matrons. For instance the long slimming rever and deep vest effect. Still more helpful perhaps is the pointed hip seaming and front paneled skirt. They cause narrow long lines and cut breadth. Black woolen is B lovely medium as its inspirator. The deep vest and revei- are of shiny black satin which is a very fashionable combination. Besides it is youthfully becoming. Style No. 788 is designed for sizes 30, 38, 40, 42, 44, 4$ and 48 Inches bust. Size 36 requires 4 yards 39-inch material with % yard 27-inch or wider contrasting. Carried out in one material as eel-: grey faille crepe or black woolen with gleam of metal in its weave is very ^mart with just a touch of col- our in belt buckle. The Essence ot Fashion! All summed up for you In this exciting new book of 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 amusing and helpful. "Sure Cure for the Blues" contains valuable tips. Send for your copy today, enclosing 10 cents, stamps or coin. Address fashion department of this paper. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 35 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. SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY D. A. R-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Winter, 31 Fourteenth street northeast, current topics by members. Yeomen-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. P. E. O. DZ-- 8 o'clock, Mrs. W. F. tngrauam, 217 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, lesson, Mrs. F. B. Hathaway. A. M. C.. uhd B. \V.-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall Phoenician club--· 8 o'clock, Miss Gretchen Carlson, 511 East State street, lesson, Miss ' Mary Stevens. Senior G. F. S.-8:15 o'clock, Mrs. C. G. Maudsley, 23 Tenth street northwest, Christmas music from various countries. THURSDAY Trl Deck Bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. M. E. Zarling, 1109 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Baptist Ladles aid-2 to G and 8 to 10 o'clock, Baptist parsonage, 225 East State street, Mrs. Cable's division. Internos club-Mrs. W. A. Gilmore, 914 Washington avenue northwest. Past Noble Grands-2:30 o'clock, J. O. O. F. hall, Christmas donation party, lesson, Mrs. J. M. Hazlett, Mrs. Alden Wheeler, Mrs. Wade Vasbinder; hostesses, Mrs. C. G. Viall, Mrs. Ralph Van Every, Mrs. F. V. Wolters, Mrs. B. F. Ferguson, Mrs. Grace Trevitt. Lincoln 3?. T. A.-8 o'clock, school, Christmas program. St. Joseph's Mercy Alumna-2 o'clock, nurses home, Sorosis club-Mrs. T. H. Stetler, 911 Delaware avenue northeast, "Japan and China," Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne. C. P. C. club-Postponed. Energetic class-Congregational church, all day meeting, Dolly Story, Mrs. Grant McGowan, hostesses. East State Street club-1 oclock, Church of Christ, Mrs. A. B. Adams, Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, Mrs. C. C. Cassiday, Mrs Alice Brown, Mrs. C. A. Felt. Mrs. G. A. Smith, hostesses; Mrs. J. A. Wiley, Mrs. L. P. Sanborn. Mrs. M. C. Swcnson, committee; Christmas party. Nnw Idea club-Mrs. C. H. Major. 102 Twelfth street northwest, Christmas party. It. N. A. Healtli club-2 o'clock, Eagles hall, Mrs. Ida Melsh and committee. Thursday Bridge club-J o'clock, Airs. J. W. Beck, 128 Tenth street northwest. Nlra Curd club-2 o'clock, Mrs. E. W. Cart, 1008 Monroe avenue northwest. Immimuel N. W. division-2 o'clock, Mr?. E. R. Clement, 613 President avenue southwest. L. U. G. A. dull-Mrs. Paul Hansen. Hunford Ladies aid-Mrs. Horton Woodward. -V. B. Bridge club-2 o'clock. Mrs. Ella Boomhower, 325 First street northwest. Park Hospital alumnae-Mrs. Lyie Wilcox, 115 I/A First street southwest. Olivet Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Mrs. Reuben Wiley. hostesses. Post Noble Grnncls-- 2:30 oclock, I. 0. O. F. Athenian club-Mrs. L. W. Wood, 11 Jackson avenue southwest. Lellson, Mrs. E. M. Nangle. History club-Mrs. C. M. Franchere, 930 Madison avenue northwest, Mrs. J. W. Irons, lesson. B. P. W. club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Cosmopolitan club-7:30 o'clock. Tusalutn club--6:15 o'clock, Y ; W. C. A. Immanuel Martha society-8 o'clock, church. Fidelity Life asgociation-- 8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Woman's club play-8:15 o'clock, high school auditorium, "The Youngest," Grace Evangelical Ladles aid-Group 1, 2 o'clock, Mrs. M. F. Taylor, 1436 Adams avenue northwest; 'sunshine baskets; group 2, 2 o'clock, Mrs. Harry Schaffer, 415 Twelfth street southeast; group 3, G o'clock, Mrs. C. D. Squier, 2H Fourteenth street northwest. _.;._ HANDY-SCHLEUSNER GARNER, Exec. 6.--The marriage of Miss Blanche Schleusner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schleusner to Myril Handy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Handy of Forest City, took place at St. Boniface Catholic church with the Rev. M. J. Manternach officiating. They were attended by Miss Rutli Schleusner, sister of the bride, and Elmer Handy, brother of the bridegroom. A wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party folowing the ceremony. Thirty guests were invited to a wedding dinner served nt the Schieusner home. The bride has been bookkeeper at the Handy store at I Forest City and where the bridegroom is associated with his father They will live at Forest City. Two hundred attended a danco given at the Forest City Country club the same evening-. ,;. 3. O. Y. BIUDGE CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING Members of the J. O. Y. Bridge club met with Mrs. C. W. Turnbull, 303 West State street Tuesday afternoon. High score prize went to Mrs. J. Kelly. Christmas Gift Making Taught in Class at "Y" The popularity of the cewly organized hanxlcraft department of the Woman's club was attested again Tuesday when more than 50 members gathered at the Y. W. C. A. for the regular class meetings. Mrs. Paul Hull continued her instructions in rug making, teaching crotcheting, braiding or hooking methods. The nig making course will be completed at the next meeting. Mrs. Guy Crosen had the Christmas card class and Mrs. C. 13. Gilman, the Christmas gift class. The Christmas classes will also hold another meeting, Dec. 12, which will be the last of the haudcraft sessions until after the holidays. On Jan. 16, a new group of classes will begin when Miss Harriet Stoddard will teach pottery making, Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson, raffia weaving and Mrs. A. L. Feeney, jatchwork, applique and tuftiag. SHOAL-JOHNSON DECORAH, Dec. 6.--Miss Almeda Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Johnson, and George Macal, son of Edwin Macal, were Harried at the Lutheran parsonage, by the Rev. O. Glesne. The couple was attended by Miss Lilian Johnson, sister of the bride, and Ralph Macal, brother of the bridegroom. They will make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. Barry Play, Comedy in 3 Acts, Ready Woman's Club Drama Group Sponsors First of Productions. The play production section of the Woman's club drama department will present its first play of the season Thursday ^vening at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium when "The Youngest" will be staged under the direction of Mrs. Douglas Swale. The performance will be repeated Friday evening 1 . Tickets are being reserved at Currie Van Ness under the chairmanship of Mrs. D. G. Klempnauer and Mrs. B. B. Bagley. Woman's club members are admitted to the play for a small reservation fee. The play which is a three act comedy by Philip Barry includes in its cast Mrs. Charles Grippen, Mias Ramona Lie.-;v3ld, Mrs. W. C. Egloff, Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, Miss Mary Gould, Dr. Draper Long, J. Leonard Kline, Paul McAuley and Francis DeSart, Mrs. Long is stage manager and Miss Mary Sherman has charge of properties assisted by. Miss Gould and Miss Ruth Fisher. * The drama committee includes Miss G"-etchen Bickcl, chairman, Mrs. Grippen, Miss Sherman and Mrs. Swale. i Snmrter Styles, Better Jmx!I(y For Less -- Since J820 »B CATKFACTIOU WITH BVSBY PUBCHASS Buy a Dress for Christmas Our low after Thanksgiving Mark Down Price is our way of spreading Christmas Cheer! Don't miss this event. Elegant dresses for every holiday party in both bright and dark colors. Styles for the miss as well as the matron in fabrics most fashionable. Sizes from 12 to 40 -- Mark down price. .84 Others Marked Down to ?9.95 to §27.75 "See You Tomorrow' a Cold Sooner PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS The Popular Range of Prices -- for Christmas Photographs . . . $6 to $12 " 201/2 Knst Slate !rit. WINTEK /** the ^ARIZONA at the lowest cost In a generation. · New savings from the Santa Fe's drastic raduc- fron_ of rail fares west of Chicago, plus elimination of Pullman surcharge, both effective December 1st, will more than pay for: -- a memorable INDIAN -DETOUR; a GRAND CANYON side -trip; or extra sunny days in California or southern Arizona, where living costs ore still extremely low. · Through Phoenix Pullman on THE CHIEF tri-weekly this winter and a daily Phoenix Pullman on THE GRAND CANYON LIMITED · Famous FRED HARVEY dining jarvice. Ask for Picture Foldert «OI Rqullnhte Bnllrllnir DES MOIN'ES. I O W 4 Phone r 4-0237

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