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December 7, 1933

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KIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 7M| 1933 1 MANY HEAR MRS. REMINGTON ON GERMANY UNDER HITLER Weaknesses, Strength of Leader Told Current Events Department of Woman's Club Meets at Y. Addressing , DOO. Woman's club members and guests Mrs. W. W. Remington of Minneapolis explained the growth of Hitlerism in Germany, the weakness and strength of the leader and the effect o£ the policy upon Germany and Europe at the Woman's club current events department meeting Wednesday at the Y. W. C. A. "No country has demonstrated a greater degree of progress or baa contributed such leadera in science music, art, philosophical thought or Invention as Germany," Mrs. Remington said. "Tlie Jewish citizens of Germany are responsible for a large part of this and the Hitler stand against the non-Aryan is simply a stand against the Jew. The pure Aryan strain does not exist in Germany." Weaknesses of Leader. The weakness of Hitler lies in his at-uting a movement, inflaming the people, losing control of them and backln. down on his purposes, according to Mrs. Remington. He is a wan with brains and with a constructive policy and he rose to power because he promised to save the problems of the various classes of Germany. Mrs. Remington described the wandering youths" of Germany without home or employment to whom Hitler has become the spiritual as well as physical leader, the farmers who have won a bare existence, and lately not even that from small acreages to whom Hit- "ler promised larger tracts of land to be taken from the estates; the organized laborers to whom Hitler promised higher wages, the residents of small villages who longed for military parades and spectacles of power. Nazi Growth Quiet. "The Nazi movement has been growing for a long time, slowly and quietly, 1 ! Mrs. I.emington said. "Hitler finally needed only support of the capitalists and when : the banking structure began to crumble, it was his opportunity to ascend to power. He took over a complete dictatorship, ordered the regimentation of all industry, but he failed to help the farmers or to increase public relief. He appointed a director of propaganda to censor everything opposed to Nazism and began the suppression of the press. "His inciting racial and religious hatreJ began and the works of the great of Germany were burned in public squares. The Jewish people became despised and degraded. Although many of them had been Christianized, they were not allowed to worship in Christian churches. This rule has been lately rescinded, wherein lies Hitler's weakness. The idea that the Old Testament was to be dropped and the New Testament expunged has been forgotten. At one time there was even the suggestion that a new Messiah would have to be found since Christ was a Jew, but this has been abandoned. Follow the Leader. "The German people have been used to following a leader. They missed having a strong leader during the years after the war and in Hitler saw the the answer to their .eed. He has started a religious crusade and hag caused a schism in the friendly feeling which heretofore existed between Catholic and Protestant, besides his medieval persecution of the Jewish Teople." In concluding her talk, Mrs. Remington spoke'briefly of the plight of Austria, pointing out that Austria has been a great nation and is well worth saving. She told of the various plans proposed for Austria and emphasized that it is a crucial spot in Europe. "You Can Bo Fitted With Oxfords" 'CHIC The Smart Folding ·-X FORDS FOR A YOUTHFUL APPEARANCE Come in and see our Christmas Gift Specid.1 Llvergood Bros. 110 N. Federal Engraved white gold-filled Folding Oxford Frames at Reasonable Prices. A CHRISTMAS GIFT she will truly appreciate DDTCIHIEN WDZAIRP MIXES · BEATS · STIRS · WHIPS Extracts Juices Electrically An ever-ready kitchen workerl 1 a $9.95 » If you're in doubt as to what to give your wife, your g. mother or friend for Christmas . . . this suggestion will {§ ; be a happy solution of the problem. How delighted any gij ^ woman would be to receive a Kitchen Wizard. This g | electric mixer is portable and adjustable, may be used 5? ,j at the stove or wherever mixing is being done--has S heavy duty 3-speed motor and comes complete with 3 §! ( bowls, mixing attachments and juicer. jf .*' -% Currie -Van Ness Co. 1 Mrs, James Boyle Elected Head of US.W.VAVomen Mrs. James Boyle was elected president of the U. S. V. W. auxiliary at a meeting Wednesday evening at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Anna Morris was elected senior vice president and Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson, junior vice president. Mrs. Lottie Gashel was elected chaplain, Mrs. J. W. Cummings, historian; Mrs. J. F. Corcoran, patrio'- tic instructor; Mrs. A. W. Stanavd, guard; and Mrs. C. W. Bistline, assistant guard. The business meeting was followed by a Christmas party and program for the auxiliary and veterans. Hostesses were Mrs. Glen Gilbert, Mrs. Cummings, Mrs. Wilkinson, Mrs. M. S. Barren, Mrs. H. L. Brown, Mrs. C. W. Harris, Mrs. C. H. McGuire, Mrs A. H. Toinby, Mrs. E. B. Fleming, Mrs. Ferson and Mrs. i Mabel Woodward. | Silver Tea Held at , McKinley School by j Parent Teacher Group McKinley Parent-Teachers association sponsored a silver tea at the school Wednesday afternoon to raise funds for the Christmas candy to be given the children of the lower grades. Motion pictures of the western national parks and of the life of Abraham Lincoln were shown. A social hour followed during ivliich tea was served. Miss Marie ICober and Mrs. P. R. Donaldson presided. The committee in charge included Mrs. Parson, Mrs. Fred Miller, Mrs. W. Pickering and Mrs. .W. Carson. WILSON P. T. A. TO MEET FOR PROGRAM Mrs.. G. E. Harrison will be the speaker at the meeting of the Wilson Parent Teacher association Friday afternoon at the school. The first grade wiil give a puppet health jlay and the departmental grade will present a Christmas seal health play. BIAS LINES POPULAR SLIP WITH LOW CUT BACK, BODICE TOP, WELL FITTED SKIRT MEETS NEED OP FEMININE COSTUME lilobe-Gazeltis I'eeilc» IS Cent 1'attem, 200 t'lllb Avenue, Nen Vork ciilj -- By DIANA DA* -It is cut with comfortably low back. The bodice follows the figure line with extreme snugness through the hips. You can make it in about an hour --few parts to the pattern! Clear diagrammed instructions included, explains how to cut it out and put it together. Style No. 351 is designed for sizes 14, 18, IS, 20 years, 36, 38,40 and 42 inches bust. Size 36 requires 2?i yards of 39-inch material with 1M yards of lace. Crepe silk or crepe satin suitable for slips can usually be bought at the remnant counters for a very nominal sum. Trim with lace or self-bias binds. The Essence of Fashion! AH 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 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. 351 MCKINLEY CHILD STUDY CIRCLE HEARS LESSON Mrs. Boyd Walter led the lesson on "Moral and Social Development" at tlie meeting of the McKinley Child Study circle Wednesday .afternoon at the school. She spoke of supervised group activities for the adolescent child.- Mrs.' J. Folsom announced , the next meeting to'be held Dec. 19 at 7 30- o'clock which will be a Christmas party with a gift exchange. Following the meeting the members attended the P. T. A. silver tea. -- *-- Annual Pay Night to Be Conducted at Jefferson School Jefferson Parent-Teacher association's anxiual pay night will be conducted E'riday evening at 7:15 o'clock at the school. A program has been planned including a Mother Goose dramatization by the kindergarten, "Midnight in the Toy Shop" by the second and third grades, a demonstration of Indian life by the first and second grades and a play, "The King Sneezes," by the fourth, fifth srio: sixth grades There will be a Christmas grrno ag and refreshments. ! HITEE-HEMENWAY DOWS, Dec. 7.--Miss Neta Hem- i enway and George Leonard Hiter, formerly of Clarion, were married at the Christian church, the Rev. Mr. Harris officiating. Mrs. Hiter is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hemenway. They will make their home in Waterloo where Mr. Hiter is employed in the White Eagle Service station. MRS. JOHN WALRATH HONORED AT PARTY Mr. and Mrs. John Walratli, 616 Washington avenvie northwest, celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Wai- rath Wednesday evening when about 35 relatives gathered at their home for a surprise party. The time was spent informally and plans were made to make the event an occasion for an annual gathering. A Special... CHRISTMAS OFFER! ONE RUSSELL SxlO PHOTOGRAPH HAND PAINTED IN OIL MASON CITYS MOST MODERN LIGHTING RUSSELL STUDIO Next to J. C. Penney Co. Phone 22*2 Social Calendar THURSDAY B. P. W. club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Cosmopolitan club-7:30 o'clock. Tusalnta club--6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Immanucl Martha society-8 o'clock, church. Fidelity Life association-8 o'clock, Y. W, C. A. Woman's club play-8:15 o'clock, high school auditorium, "The Youngest." FRIDAY Hearthstone Dinner club-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. T.'Laird, 311 First street southeast. Mrs. A. R. Sale, assisting hostess. St. James Lutheran Brotherhood-8 o'clock, Monroe school, three act play, "The Road-Back." Presbyterian Women-2 o'clock, church", tea and bazar, Marjorie Taplin, guest L. A. P. M.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F., hal, election of officers. Portland Snnp Girls-J. Sjostrand home, Christmas party for girls and mothers. Rcbekah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, Mrs. H. W. Ditch, refreshments chairman. .· Baptist Ladies Aid-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. August Johnson, 614 Connecticut avemic southeast, Mrs. Jesse Thomas, hostess. Trinity Ladies Aid-Church parlors, Mrs. George Dandelet, Mrs. Anton Anderson, Mrs. H. Bauman, hostesses. Harmony Guild-Congregational church, Mrs. W. R. Mickey, Mrs. H. J. Steinberg, Mrs. J. L. Pauley, Mrs. L. D. Struj'k, Mrs. M. J. S. Powell, Mrs. F. D. Pearce, committee hostesses; Mrs. David Gaat, devotions; Mrs. C. L. Meade, Christmas program. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. D. L. Kratz, 227 Fourth street northwest. Wilson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., election of officers. 8 o'clock, Mrs. Martin Rusmussen hostess. Woman's club play-8:15 o'clock, high school auditorium, "The Youngest." PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES PLAN FOB SILVER TEA Miss Marjorie Taplin will exhibit a collection of articles made by Indians at a silver tea and bazar to be sponsored by the six circles pf the Presbyterian Women's society Friday afternoon at the church. Miss Taplin has been a teacher in the Presbyterian mission school for Indians, at Grcnado, Ariz. Christmas decorations will be used throughout. ST. JAMES LADIES' All) HEARS GROUP FROM BAND James Brown, Clifford McCloud, Leslie Slock, Earl Fladness and Howard Dresser, a quintet from the high school band played four selections at the meeting of the St. .James Ladies' aid Wednesday afternoon at the church. The numbers were, "Silent Night," "Whispering Hope," "Aloha Oe" and "Now the Day Is Over." --.;. MARRIAGi; LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES WEST UNION, Dec. 7.--The following marriage licenses have been issued by Clerk E. A. Traeger: Nels H. Hughson and Mary R. Harm, Oelweln; Roy R. Hummel and Leona Miche, both of Maynard; Kenneth Nading and lona Dempster of Oelwein; Peter Short and Donna Af. Rhines, Oelwein; Leo D. Bachtell and Violet M. Herzog, Arlington; Edwin Schltitter of Hawkeye and Lenin Schult nf Westeato Women Hear R e p o r t s o f Ac ti vit i e s D. A. R. Chapter Votes $5 to Christmas Cheer Fund. Current events were discussed by the Mason City chapter Daughters of the American Revolution at their meeting at the home of Mrs. H. E. Winter, 31 Fourteenth street northeast at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening with Mrs. F. M. Smith, Mrs. B. F. Gabbert and Mrs. W. S. Lawrence assisting the hostess. The chapter voted to give 55 to the Globe-Gazdtte Christmas Cheer fund. Talk by Regent. Mrs. Jennie Shipman told of the meeting at Charles City at which the state regent, Mrs. Bessie Carroll Hjgging, gave an address and which was attended by 10 Mason City .members. Mrs. H. E. Swarner gave excerpts from the report given at the national defense conference by the Iowa state chairman of national defense, Mrs. F. E. Frisbee of Sheldon. In this report she stated that 98 per cent of the Iowa Daughters of the American Revolution had voted at the presidential election in November, 1932. Sixty-six of the 106 chapters voted 100 per cent. It was the best showing of any state in the western .division. Considerable space was givji to the recognition of Russia by the United States and the effect upon this country of Russia's "Third International," a machine to bring communism to the whole world. Patriotic Education. Mrs. R. B. Girton gave a synopsis of a report on patriotic education and the naturalization of aliens given by Florence H. Becker, the national chairman of national defense. The members responded to roll call with current events after which Mrs. T. H. Stetler read an allegory, "The Stranger." Miss Roslyn Brogue played two piano numbers, "Valse Triste" by Jean Sibellius and "Scherzo" by Paul Stoye. GRETCHEN CARLSON HOSTESS TO CLUB Phoenician club met Wednesday evening with Miss Gretchen Carlson, 511 East State street, when Miss Mary Stevens gave the lesson on modem poetry. Plans were made for. a Christmas breakfast to be held Dec. 17. LINCOLN RADIO CIRCLE MEETS ,WITH LEADER Mrs. Ray Bappe entertained the Lincoln Radio Child Study circle Wednesday at the home,, 625 Maryland avenue southeast. The group heard the lesson on "The Child and His Reading" from WOI at Ames and also the solution of last week's problem, "Play Material." This week's solution was sent by the leader, Mrs. Bappe, to the University of Iowa. The next meeting will be with Mrs. R. J. Longley, Dec. 30. There are 135 such grops in Iowa with 1,500 members. Friday and Saturday All Dark DRESSES Reduced to "*·. $15 Clean-Up Of All Hats Regardless Of Former Price Friduy nnil Saturday Only 39 1H NORTH FEDERAL AVE. Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less -- Since 1920 ' tfOUBTCSY AND ATfSPACT!ON WITH EVERY PURCHASE GIFTS LIKE THESE FOR THE LAZY BONES -- ON YOUR LIST Those girls who make lounging their favorite indoor sport will be overjoyed with tailored pajamas or robes. We have heaps of them--Pajamas in corduroy, velveteen, velvet, rayou and silks--Robes in corduroy, flannel, velveteen, rayon and silks--Beautiful colorings in all sizes. Choose now. PHOTOGRAPHS THAT WILL PLEASE" Y O U R P H O T O G R A P H HOLLYWOOD LIGHTING PROOFS. TO SELECT FROM BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED . . . taken by Floyd Merideth Wright in his new Hollywood manner. Encii (LARGE 8x10 SIZE) WRIGHT STUDIOS 203 SECOND ST. N. W.

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