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

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, December 8, 1933
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DECEMBER 8 J1ASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Candlelight Ceremonies Held by Club B. P. W. Group Initiates New Members at Hotel Hanford. New members of the Business and Professional Women's club:were in-j itiated' into the organization at the' December meeting of the group Thursday, evening in the coffee room of the Hotel Hanford. . The B. P, W, emblem pageant was presented by a group including Miss Lola Mason, Miss Nina Hjelm, Mrs. Otto Gigax, Mrs. Francis De- Sart. Mrs. Iva Willey and Miss Eva Scott. ·Dr. Madelene Donnelly and Mrs., W. R. Hamilton sang'a duet "The Golden Key," and Christmas carols vere sung by the group. The Christmas .party to be held Dec. 15 at the home of Mrs. W, R. Hamilton was announced by the social committee. ' Preceding the meeting the new members were introduced by -the membership chairman, Miss Lenore Gultaranson and given candles which were lighted by-the club .president, Rose Free With Every Purchase FLOWER SPECIAL 69c FOR SATURDAY ROSES, dozen . . . . POM PONS, dozen . . . . NARCISSUS QA BULBS, dozen... «$2/C BASKETS, Prepared Flowers NARCISSUS ; BULBS in Bowl. . POTTED FERNS . NOVELTY PLANTS CHERRY PLANTS IVY PLANTS . Wrought Iron WALL BRACKETS, with 39c 15c 59c 19c Christmas : ,Wreaths, Evergreen Roping, Trees and Grave Blankets at Reasonable Prices We Telegraph Flowers Johnston's F L O W E R S Across From Farlc 10 First Street N. W. TELEPHONE 223 OPEN EVENINGS : GARNER BRIDE --Photo hy yrit?ch-S'i-fl-*- GARNER, Dee. 8.--Mrs. Myril Handy was before her marriage Miss Blanche Schleusner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schleusner of near Garner. The ceremony took place at St. Boniface Catholic churcl; at Garner. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Handy of Forest City. After Jan. 1 the couple will be at home at Forest City. · Mrs. Julia Potts. The tables were decorated with lighted tall red tapers and at each place was a miniature Christmas tree topped by a lighted candle. Miss. Ethel . Ridgeway, emblem chairman, had .charge oC the r- gram. LEAMER MISSION CIUB PLANS YEAR'S WORK At the meeting of the Ruth Learner Mission : cltib of the Central Lutheran church Thursday at the home of Ilona Maassen, 218 Twelfth street northwest, plans were made for the coming season when a membership drive will be held and quilts made. Christmas hyjrjns were sung and the lesson on David Livingston by W. H. Kampen continued. GIFTS of JEWELRY . BRING THRILLS ON CHRISTMAS Ladles' Diamond Rings $14.50 up ' Ladies' or Men's Watches Silverware, ZG Fleet Set Ladles' Neckwear, Latest Styles "DC up Men's Cameo Kings i))j£*dU up Lighter tuid Cigarette Case °'""- $6.00,,,, MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. BLDG. Cosmopolitan Club Meets for Program From Mexico at Y.M. The Cosmopolitan eluh held its regular meeting Thursday in the clubroom at the Y. M. C. A. with 13 members and 2 visitors prsent. After regrular business was completed the meeting was turned over to Artemio Aroyp, chairman of the Mexican group program. Miss Quirina Honteon opened the program with "Borachita," accompanied by J. Bondela and C. Ague- lara. Next was Hie dance, "Jarabe Tapatio," a favorite at fiestas, presented by Mr. and Mrs.'J. Faq. This was followed by "Cielito Lindo" by Miss Monteon. Mr. Arroyo spoke on the history of Mexico from its beginning to' the present day. He gave a description of its peoples, temples, laws and rulers and stated "The origins of the peoples of Mexico were destroyed with the burning of the temple housing the Mayan library in the early centuries. There arc at present only three books containing the history but these books have not yet been transcribed. He told of Che civilizations of the Aztec and Maya peoples which reached a high plane before the discovery of North America by Columbus in 14B2. Government was by councilors chosen from tile various districts. These councilors provided the laws which were strictly enforced. The program was closed by three selections from Miss Montecn "Ay- Ay-Ay," "Clovelitos" and "Estrellita," the Jota dance by Mr. and Mr Faq and nil instrumental duet by Mr. Bondela and Mr. Aguelara. Handwork of L. Vejar and some woven mats were also offered foi inspection. TUS.YLATANS HEAR TALK ON DECORATION Miss Sophie Chowning spoke on bedroom furnishings, color combinations and furniture accessories at the me-ating of the Tusalata club Tlmrsda}' evening at the Y W. C. A. Plans were made to aid one or more needy families at Christmas time. Mrs. W. A. Carter told fortunes at the close of the evening. New members of the club are Ora Hanson, Linda Harriman, Grace Morgan and Myrtle Slock. Mrs. R. C. Mickelson and Mrs. Lewis Wickard were guests. ... A wise man asks you questions to learn 'something. A fool asks you questions to start an argument..-Florida Times-Union. PLAIDS FOR SPORTS INSTRUCTION IN QUADRILLE GIVEN Teaching of Old Time Dance Steps Feature of Legion Program. Wtih interest rivaling that of the tenth anniversary party the modern old time dance sponsored by Clauseu-Worden post of the American Legion will begin at 8 o'clock at the armory Saturday night. The first school of instruction in the quadrille ever to be held in connection with the dances in the armory wil! be under the supervision of competent couples who have had years of experience in dancing this newly popular dance. This school will have no class room dryness. The fun will start from the wort! go. The Rustic Ramblers with modern instrumentation and a specially prepared program of real quadrille music will play the first portion of the evening. Tlioae genial gentlemen, the Little German band, with their funny hats and clothes will play for the, balance of the evening. Their antics in specialty numbers have created a sensation on former appearances and they will be in good form tomorrow night. rOR sports Bette Davis, film player, chooses a coat and skirt of black and red plaid. The vest-like jacket is black with a red belt and the waist is white trimmed .with black, (Associated Press Photo). HEALTH MEANS CHARM AND HAPPINESS Sparkling eye* ftna smiliOK lips speak of heilth and vitality. Clear skin attracts. The healthyactivegicl is both happy and popular. , Perhaps you arc not really ill y e t w h e n t h e day's work is dooe you are too tired to enter into the good times that other womeaenjoy. For extra energy, try Lydia E. Piukham's Vegetable Compound. It tones up your general health. Gives you more pep--more charm. Remember that 98 out of TOO women report benefit. Let it help you too. f ANY ' LEATHER JACKET Sg.OO FUR JACKETS $25.00 up To clean our stocks by January first we offer our complete assortment of fine furs at drastically reduced prices. SEE THESE VALUES SEALINES : $ 45.00 and up MUSKRAT $ 70.00 and up RACCOON $165.00 and up ARIANA OTTER $125.00 and up .AMER. BROADTAIL $ 50.00 LAPIN-SWAGGER $ 40.00 MENDOZA-SWAGGER $ 65.00 LASKIN LAMB $ 37.50 and up AUST. WAMBAT $ 37.50 CARACUL KID $ 95.00 ALL OTHERS PRICED ACCORDINGLY CLEANERS A FURRIERS 210 NORTH DELAWARE Women Legislators Get Approval From Secretary of Labor MOINES, Dec. S. LT)-Perkins, secretary of labor, .ociay wired her congratulations to [ov.-a's two women legislators on lown ratification of the federal chitd labor amendment. Senator Carolyn Pondray of Maquoketa and Representati%'e Ada Tarner of Shell Rock received the following wire from Miss Perkins; 'I was delighted to learn of adoption of the Pcndray-Garner resolution ratifying the federal child labor amendment and of the part your leadership played in adding Iowa to the states taking similar action this year. "This is a rare instance of an important piece of legislation being successfully sponsored by legislators simultaneously in both houses. You and your colleagues have my sincere congratulations." It. N. A. HEALTH CliVK CONDUCTS MEETING Bridge and five hundred were played at the meeting of the R. N. A. Health club Thursday at Eagles hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Barbara Melsb, Mrs. Francis O'Donnell, Mrs. Myrtle Shrincr and Mrs. J. Woolridge. High score guest prize *rv bridge went to Mrs. Walter Hyde and for members to Mrs. William enabling. Mis. Mona Herzog won high score fiOO prize for guests and Mrs. Leona Higlcy for members. J ACK M AX-BKON SOX CLARION, Dec. 8.--The marriage of Miss Ruby A. Bronson of Salina, Kans., to Lelaml L. Jackman of Clarion, was solemnized by the Rev. W. A. Winterstein at the home of Mr. .Tackman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. .Tackman of Clarion. Only the immediate family was present. Mrs. Jackman, a graduate of the Western Business college of Salina, Kans., has been employed in Salina. Mr. Jackman i3 a graduate of the Clarion high school and at present is an employe of the Shell oil company here. · IIALRANCE-GOETX LEDYARD, Dec. 8.--Announcement was made of the secret marriage of Miss Sylvia M. Balrance and Herman H. Goetz, Jr., which was held nt the Methodist parsonage at Blue Earth, Minn., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1932, the Rev. John W. Taylor officiated. The announcement was made at the reception given for Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bal- rance at the Herman Goetz home. WVATT-KOHLES LIME SPRINGS, Dec. 8.--Miss Marccila Kohlcs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohlcs, and Howard Wyatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Wyatt, both of southwest of Lime Springs, were married at Cresco. They are making their home on a farm five miles south of L.e- Roy, where a wedding dance was held on the night of their marriage. MISS MAIUON WEAVEK. NKW HEAT) OF NUKSKS Miss Marion Weaver was electee president of the Mercy Hospital Alumna Nurses at a meeting Find It Easy. ''I didn't know it was HO easy said a young" couple who tried to dance a square dance for the first time last week. "It's not hard to do and the mistakes you make the first .ime only add to the fun. I am sure :he younger set will be as hot for It rxs anybody i£ they_ have nerve enough to try." In sponsoring this undertaking the local post is keeping up with the popular demand in dancing entertainment. The booking office has recentls' received requests for dates from out of town bauds which feature old time tunes in their popular repertoire. This indicates a genera' revival of old time entertainment even in the larger cities where the fox trot has been king for many years but is now having to share the throne with the square dances. Outline Program. Commander Roy E. Johnson and his committee have outlined an ambitious program of entertain nient during the holiday season. In speaking before the post Thursday night Mr. Johnson said: "No where that I know of, do people have more fun for as little money aa at the Saturday night dance. We are try ing to please everybody and al though It is said to be imposslbl to do so, I believe we are comln] as close to It as Is humanly pos slble. ' "We are going to give even great er entertainment values. Our ol time dance has become a communlt center and with the support we lia\ had and the addition of special fen tures a whole winter of excellent en tcrtalnment is assured." LOANS ON CORN TO MEAN PHONES Manager of Company in low Predicts Thousands to Be Reinstalled. DES MOINES, Dec. 8. (T--H. G Conger, Iowa manager of th Northwestern Bell Telephone com pany, predicted that thousands o Iowa telephones will be reinstallc as a result of the corn loan mono; and other federal funds. He said that while telephone in stallattong have been at a very con servative rate during the last few montlis, n. comparison with the rec ord for the corresponding months o 1032 Is most encouraging. He pointed out that a gain of 97 installations last September wag i; marked contrast to a loss of 2,75 during September, 1932. October in Rtallationa totaled 218 as compare with a loss of 3,187 for the prcvlou October and the November figure were a gain of 13-1 compared to loss of 3,242 for November, 1932. Thursday afternoon at tile nurses home. Miss Marguerite Stringer wa named vice president and Miss Clar Mae .Adams, secretary-treasurer, chtnge in the constitution wa voted. ,,_,·.. LADIES' AH) GROUP 3 MEETS FOR SUPPER Members of group 3 of the Grac Evangelical Ladies' aid met for family pot luck supper at the horn of Mrs. C. D. Squires, 214 Pour teenth street northwest. After th business meeting games were playe and carols sunir by the group. Th Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Brunemler an Mr. and Mrs. N. T. DeWitt and thei families were guests. T SHE WILL ®ST OF ALL It geti the meala for her--doe* all the tirinar arm work. Actually makes cooking, baking, etc., FUN". She'll UB« it every meal--every day* Doe» MORE thing* BETTER than any other food mixer nude. Only CompUt« with .2 lovely jud* rr««n b o w I · , j u i e * «a t r a c tor a n d TT GETS THE MEALS MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. 27 F,. STATE PHONE 048 Wife Preservers Sponge greasy coat collars with Icohol in which salt has been dis- olvcd. Eventually it may be possible to 'et the currency back where it be- ongs by plowing under every third ollar.--Springlleld Union. Churches Will Observe Universal Bible Sunday A number of Mnson City churches are planning to observe Universal Bible Sunday on Dec. 10 in accordance with the appeal of Gov. Clyde L. Herring. In urging the observance o£ Universal Bible Sunday Governor Herring said: "I whole-heartedly and without reservation endorse Universal Bible Sunday and shall be glad to do anything I may in furtherance of its observance. I am also glad to testify to my belief and faith in the Boole of Books, to which Universal Bible Sunday ia dedicated." GERTRUDE PETERSON HONORED AT FAREWELL Miss Gertrude Peterson was honored at a farewell party given Thursday at the home of the Misses Myrtle and Hulda Holmlund, V10 Delaware avenue southeast. Games were played and refreshments served. A number of gifts were presented to Miss Peterson who ft leaving soon for Cedar Rapids after having" worked for seven years at the local Kresge store. SUP INTO LAIRD'S SLIPPERS . . . Daniel Green makes them for us. They are here ready for your choosing. The snappiest, newest styles available. Get something that you will not be nahamed to give your best friend. E. State St. Where Shoes Are, Really Fitted iT A CHRISTMAS SENSATIONAL STORE-WIDE 20% TO 50% REDUCTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS winning combination · YOUR CREDIT and T H I S S A L E ss Slur . · /4 X LOVELY v r " HATS You con buy ono of fheie Parl« designed Hats for what you'll tav* on other gifti. * J * G I F T HOSE The Giff Special extraordinary if your limit it under $1.00. Finr quality. Fine full- raihloned! XMAS T I E S Beautifully hand-tailored of the flnetr «ilk«. Regularly priced ot $1.50. X M A S ROBES Ruthleu reductions on every smart Robe. Seldom hasXmot gift money bought such value. Thrilling DRESSES All pri«d 20? to 50* off bound to"wo)k MEN'S Reduced 20% fo 50% You never'believed it pojjible to buy coalt like these for $14.75. We wanted to do something absolutely startling for thii Sale and we've certainly done itl No need to wait nowl Come in and get your new coat right when it will do you the most goodl Luxuriously Furred C O A T S Startling!/ priced, right in the heart of the Christmas season. Every coat newl Every coat a fashion "masterpiece") Wrap yourself in the luxury of one of these stunning coats now, and you'll always be proud -of your good judgment. .112 SOUTH VftjREB;At AVENUE

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