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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 8 1933 'THE YOUNGEST," WOMAN'S CLUB PLAY,_ENTERTAINING First Night Performance ;Well Taken Cast Gives Interesting Pre; sentation in H. S. Â· Auditorium. ' To an extreme sidelong glance cast from no great vantage point in the high school auditorium by your favorite critic of the drama, the Woman'a club play, "The Youngest," presented Thursday night and scheduled for a second performance Friday night seemed to be very good entertainment., A large audience attended the first night of the Barry drama. The plot concerned the rise or Richard, the' youngest member of the Wir slow .family, from the bullying domination of h'is : relatives through the machinations of Nancy Blake'. Paul - McAuley as Richard handled his difficult role with intelligence and gave an excellent interpretation of the character which requires a complete change of personality in the course of the three acts.^ ' ' Â· . ' ' " : ' Â· Â· ' Holes Well.Taken. lire. Charles Grippen played the part of Nancy, the attractive meddler, with competence and Mrs. W. C. Egloff gave an interesting portrayal of the sharp-tongued Augusta Martin Winslow. Dr. Draper Long was well cast as her .husband, Allan Martin, the Winslow family lawyer. ON YOUR SHOULDERS THE BURDEN OF FASHION THE YEAR LIES ON THE SHOULDER LINE AND THIS FROCK PROVES IT it I* ent 1'stlern, 300 Finn Avenue, NtÂ» VorU Olty Bj DIANA DAV ' GIobe-OateKp To prevent disturbance, no one is seated after 8:15 o'clock at the plav. Late-comers are shown their places during the intermission. The weak and yielding mother of the Winslbws was done by Mrs. F. M. Humphrey who made a great deal of her part. Her sons, the pompous Oliver, J. Leonard Kline, and the dapper Mark, Francis DeSart, -were interestingly portrayed, as was her younger daughter, Martha, Miss Ramona Liesveld. Miss Mary Gould took the part of Katie, the maid. Capably Directed. The play ran smoothly and showed throughout the performance the competence of its director, Mrs. Douglas Swale. The sets were particularly attractive. Mrs. Draper : Long was stage * manager and- the Missesr.,'Mary. - Sherman, Ruthi-'iFisher .and Mary .Gould 'had : chargeVof'properties. );.-,','. ; S". ;"r.; " "The Youngest" has ; ajriumber-:bf highly; dramatic moments and an equal number of laughable situations, all of which were managed with ability by the cast. The play adds one more to the long list of creditable amateur performances which the Woman's club drama department has given Mason City. If you ave looking for a youthfully smart dress,-here's your number! It has the up-to-the-minute drop-shoulder line. And note the pointed slimming hipline. Blackberry rough canton crepe made the original model. There is also a little scarf collar --a straight affair worn as shown in miniature view. It is made with long sleeves and fashioned of rust shade in hairy woolen mixture. Style No. 538 is designed for sizes 12, 14, IS, 18, 20 y-sars, 38 and 38 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39- inch material with yard of 35- inch contrasting for scarf. The Essence of 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 amusini and helpful. "Sure Cure for th Blues" contains valuable tips. Send for your copytoday, enclos Ing 10 cents, stamps or coin. Ad dress fashion department of thi paper. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents In stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. December 10 Set as Date for Vespers Vlatinee M u s i c a l e Plans Yearly Christmas Time Event. Matinee Musicale's annual Christmas vespsr service to be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Church of Christ will be given against a holiday setting which is being arranged by Mrs. A. W. Minette, Mrs. Earl Dean, Mrs. R. E. Patton, Mrs. Rober Kirk and Mrs. W. E. McClellan. Mrs. Roy Servison, Mrs. Donald Wells and Mrs. B. Raymond Weston have planned the program which will open with a processional, "Joy to the 'World" to be sung by the Matinee Musicale chorus. Mrs. Leon Woodward will play a harp selection, "The Rosemary," from "Floral Thoughts" by Pinto. Mrs. T. J. Barclay, flute, and Mrs. Wallace Allen, organ, will give a duet, "Idylle" by Godard, which will be followed by "Voices of the Sky" by Mrs. F. W. Humphrey, contralto, Mrs. Joseph Power, cello, and Mrs. J. B. Stinehart, organ. An organ solo, "Adeste FidÂ«les" will be played by Mrs. Allen. Mrs. F. E. Reishus will sing "The Birthday of a King," by Neidlinger, That Christmas Spirit Leads Judy Om and-CM Globe-Gazette Shopper Finds Many Gifty Ideas in Local Stores. . What with Santa Glaus coming and Christmas greens everywhere and the stores positively bursting with gifty joys, Judy .Lee feels a sentimental and quotish spell coming on and exclaims : "The world is so full of a number of things "I'm sure we .should all be happy as kings." With the little afterthought, especially If we could find the nicest things in our stockings on Christmas morning. Well anyway, there are plenty of things to chose from and I suppose we'll have to be contented with that. . For the Whatnot. For instance there are many things in the shape Do not sand to Mason City but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 York City. Fifth Avenue, New Ifletticateet/ Ingredients of Vicki VspoRub In Convenient Candy Form Y1CKS COUGH DROP Christmas Talk at Meeting of Lincoln P. T. A, Mrs. G. E. Harrison spoke on Christmas at the meeting oÂ£ the Lincoln Parent-Teacher association Thursday evening at the school. She described the origin of various customs and symbols In modern use at Christmas .time. . f ,~;Mr's..;G.: 1 W;.,Wbod,wjird^presented the' bifl,^regarding "regulations;;..for the pfeventJoii of fire in motion picture booths arid the association voted to endorse the bill. The dues were reduced, for the balance of the year. The girls glee club of' Lincoln school gave three selections and sang one verse oÂ£ "Silent Niglit" in German. It was announced that the next meeting will be Feb. 2 when a fathers' day jprogram will be presented. Announcement Made of August Wedding of Mason City Man SHEFFIELD, Dec. 8.--Miss Lavone Storck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Storck, and J. C. Davison, son of Mrs. Margaret Davison of Mason City, were married at Albert Lea, Minn., Aug. 31, at the Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. Mr. Sorenson. The wedding had been kept a secret. Both are graduates of the Sheffield high school. Mrs. Davison is engaged in teaching. Mr. Davison is employed with the Casey Drug company of Mason City. Following the school year they will make their home in Mason City. accompanied by Mrs. Roy Servison. "Reverie" by Ganne will be given by Mrs. T. J. Barclay, flute; Mrs. H. C. Johnson, clarinet; Mrs. Allen, piano, and Mrs. Servison, organ. The closing number will be "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem" to be sung by the chorus. 60 Decker Club Members Meet; Hear Program Sixty members of the Decker club of St. John's parish met for the third time Thursday in the Mac- many, __ of tea pbtsT candle holders, compotes, flower pots and ash trays made of brass, copper or chromium, this year. The assortment of di-does for whatnots is a continual source of amazement to Judy Lee and those of you who have whatnot-minded friends have an easy solution to your problems., Manufacturers who lure us on viih perfume, powder, Up stick, bath ialts and all of that ilk are outdoing themselves t h i s year with fancy packages to catch the eye. They appeal to the purse, too, Because most of them are surprisingly inexpensive. For the home- monicurer, there is much to choose from. One brand is put up in a. shiny black box which looks very good to this shopper. For the lady bountiful who serves Sunday night suppers and ordinary week night suppers too, there is a decorative dish all divided and subdivided which will contain different kinds of sandwich filling, relishes and other culinary delights. It comes in a box, too. Also coming in a box, and a right smart gift, 13 a been very remiss, particularly if you're planning personalized cards with your name Inscribed thereon. Santa Claus seems to be coming aack in style on cards and with him humor--for humorous cards are very well thought of this season. Then there ia the usual array of angels and stars, old fashioned and modernized. Scotty cards are only occasional this year. Blue is the popular color for 1933 cards, although there are many white, red, green ones and some of less.Yulish significance. You may quaff your Christmas healths from a variety of containers this year, the repeal of the eighteenth amendment bringing in its train a wide collection of glasswear from which you should be able to choose, unless the display dazzles you. Anyway, an half dozen or be generous, make it a dozen crystal goblets or glasses would be an acceptable gift. You people who like to read in bed will rejoice over the return of the bed-jacket. It comes in many materials and designs, but one Judy Lee liked was of pink wooly stuff wtlh pajamas to match. The lounging pajama is holding its own against the day when we get our promised leisure and the stores have some very likable garments of cor- deroy or veleveteen. Beauteous ice blue satin night gowns and dance sets MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES ALGONA, Dec. 8.--Marriage licenses were issued on Deer. 7 to Arthur 'B. Martin of Duratua, Wis., and Clara J. W eland of Eagle Grove; and to Andy Hansen and Vera Romus, both of Luverne. 4 ACE BRIDGE CLUB MEETS AT BEALS HOME The 4 Ace Bridge club met with. Miss Dorothy Beals, 533 Seventh street southeast, Thursday evening. High score prize went to Mrs. Wayne Van Note and low to Miss Lucile Sinrom. Refreshments were served.. set of coasters made of paper and lacquered to ner, served by members of S*. Â«.Â«.. . . garet's Episcopal guild of Clear Â«iuw s Lake, and a program of music and president of the club, Merril, Parks, presided over the business session. Reports were heard from the chairman of the publicity, social and program committees. BAST STATE STREET CLUB HOLDS PARTY Members of the East State street! Donald Diehl, accompanied by club met for a Christmas parly I Evelyn Bristllne, played a. group of I e Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock at I saxophone solos. A parody written the Church of Christ. Aghoriams Â· -- 'Â·'Â· -Â° "-- -Â·-Â·- *Â·"Â·" Â·Â·Â»'-'Â«'- were read at the tables and after ; the r luncheon a"pro'gram was given opening' with Christmas carols Jed by Mrs. J. A. Wiley. Miss Nadine Kimrey sang, "O Holy Night," accompanied by Mrs. Earl Ehlers. Miss Katherine Wiley gave a read- ade 0 ! e a t h e r in at- colors I've never tried to coto^Ive^ ^ ^^ v v interesting problem to an ofter an "" erBauu B F Speaking of wrappirig-ups, there *^ . u _ Â· , ' . i_~ Â«.\,nt- -Tini^ -tnn ing, mas.' "The Old Bachelor's Christ- The Misses Mary Fitzpatrick would gladden any feminine h e a r t at Christmas time. Equally enchanting are the same garments In tea rose, pink or white and what with lace and embroidery and tuckings and hemstitchings, all are very decorative. Remember that Judy Lee is your shopper and if you are unable to solve your gift problems this season, perhaps she can help you. Vrite to her at the Globe-Gazette. JUNIOR HADASSAH PLANS TEA SUNDAY The newly organized Junior Ha dassah of Mason City will spouso a Macabean tea Sunday afternoo: from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Jewia' Community center. The affair and Elizabeth Friesner entertained with piano duets and song novelties. It was voted to contribute to the Christmas cheer fund. chins. The Rev. Robert Redenbaugh, chaplain of the club, explained the needs of the local parish with regard to the coming Christmas season and ic club voted to hold a chanty ball WANTED Women 'Girls To take advantage, before New Year's, of our exceptional low priced P E R M A N E N T WAVE--complete $1.60. Shampoo and Finger Wave, 75c. Finger Wave, dried, 35c. Le Moderne Annex 212'/ 2 N. Federal Phone SOU SANS SOUCI CLUB HOLDS YULE PARTY Sans Souci club voted a Red Cross membership and a $3 contribution to the Globe-Gazette Christmas cheer fund at its meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ralph Willis, 221 Ninth street .northwest The occasion was the annual Christmas party and an exchange of gifts was a feature of the afternoon. --*t-- LOYAL 10 CLTJB MEETS WITH MRS. L. M. GREEN Mrs. L. H. Green, 408 Fifth stree northwest; was hostess to the Loya 10 club Thursday afternoon. Afte the business meeting bridge was played with high score prize goin to Mrs. Donald Watts and secon prize to Mrs. George Nelson. Afte luncheon Christmas gifts were ex changed. to Social Calendar FRIDAY Icarthstone 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 ac play, "The Road Back." L. A. P. M.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, electio of officers. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., electio of officers. 8 o'clock, Mrs. Martin Rasmus sen, hostess. Woman's club play-8:15 o'clock, high school audito ium, "The Youngest." man, who spoke on grading, sales, irocessing and other miscellaneous Matures of the beef business. After lis talk questions were answered. Quests of the evening were Mr. signs. p a p e r o r y o u m a y choose blue 3 p r i nkled with silver o r g o l d _L4 open to i all Interested. Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less -- Since 18-0 Â·OUBTESV ANO SATISFACTION WITH BVESY PURCHA!* If You're Looking For Smartest Styles Fine Fabrics Gorgeous Furs Amazing Values Then See--These BETTER COATS Reduced in Our After Thanksgiving Mark-Downs *14* 84amIBetter What an exciting array of quality coats for women and misses who demand the finest and something different lu style--youthful and flattering types--with furs arranged In the smartest effects. Black and all colors in sizes from to 51. Choose now for this vast assortment of coata. "See You Tomorrow" There are only 15 shopping days left before Christmas Better hare * . . , General Electric set nsldo tomorrow Hoffman, F. C. Gates and Carl Jo- lannsen. \IRS. E. W. CA~iVi' HOSTESS TO CLUB Mrs. B. W. Cart, 1118 Monroe avenue northwest, entertained the Nira Card club at her home Thursday. Bridge was played with high score prize going to Mrs. DalÂ«. Harrison and second to Mrs. L. J. Wlialen. Mrs. Walter Phillips of Plymouth was a guest. Christmas G.ft Special i Leather Trimmed Suedes, Shiny Satins, Dull Fabrics This season it is possible to choose shoes that are exactly in tune with the rest of the costume. You may match them as to type, in many cases to fab- vic and always--to color or the proper contrast. Choose the right shoes for, dÂ»C your Holiday outfit 4J and Stevens Shoe Co. JOS North Federal Ave. Browning club-Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. Allan Beck, hostesses, Misa Cora Sundell, Mrs. James Rae, lesson. ftinbow Assembly for Girls-3 o'clock, Masonic temple, dinner at 6:30 o'clock. SATURDAY Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cooper, 1125 Hampshire avenue northeast, Â·spent Friday in Dos Moineg. Â» * Mrs. Edna Grassfleld of Waverly has arrived from Columbia, S. Car., where she spent the past five months with her daughter, Mrs. G. G. Fowler, to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Minnie Campbell, 222 Ninth street northwest, for the winter. ft C * Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Larson, 834 Third street southeast, have returned from La Crosse, Wis., where they were called by the death of Mr Larson's mother. * * Of interest here is the announce ment that J. Carltou Starr, son-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ingraham, 217 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, io one of the 16 students at the University of Iowa to be elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Mr Starr is student in the law college V Â· * \ Victor C. Kohl of Dayton, Ohio has returned to his work in De Moines after a visit at the T. J. Dor medy home, 1301 President avenu northwest. (State at Federal) HAT SALE! 100 FALL HATS Felt or Fabric Every One Made to Sell For $1.88 All Colors! AH Sizes! 50 3 THIS WEEK PORCELAIN STYLE ( PORTRAITS--HANDÂ« .PAINTED IN OILS . . . taken by Floyd Mcridcth Wright in his new Hollywood 6 manner KNIT SOFTIES \Q r Vatues to 590, cut to 1 ^ v. Style Shopjie Stale at Federal OPEN EVENINGS WRIGHT STUDIOS 203 SECOND ST. N. W. *Â«* | . . . . make this T a Christmas ,J she II remember S TOP in tomorrow. Examine both the Flat Top and Monitor Top General Electric models. Note the many exceptional refinements. Learn about the silence, the economy, the long life. Then arrange to have a brilliant new General Electric in. Her kitchen on Christmas morning. The moment she sees it, she'll become the happiest woman in the world. Smiling . .. r a d i a n t . . . thrilled by the knowledge that you discovered the one gift she wanted more than anything else. GENERALfpELECTRIC ALL-STEEL R E F R I G E R A T O R .*. " P. G. * E. Approyed refrigerators also he purchased from other may reliable dealers In this community Whoy not pool your savings with those of the other members of your family and buy Mother G. E. tor Christmas.