Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 12, 1933 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 12, 1933
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 12 1933 OUTDOOR LIFE DEPARTMENT PLANS CHRISTMAS MEETING Mrs. Blythe Will Speak at Library Woman's Club Group Keeps Annual Tradition of Holiday Tea. Mrs. James E. Blythe will be the speaker at the annual Christmas meeting of the outdoor life department of the Woman's club' Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the library assembly. Tea will be served at the close of the program and Mrs. Walter Fatten has charge of arrangements: This will be the last meeting of the department until February when the study of trees In winter will be conducted. The department is planning a tree contest and the judging is scheduled for February. Walter M. Reese of Ogden will be the speaker at the March meeting. His topic will be "Around the Year With Our Birds." In April a plant .exchange will be conducted. REDINGTON-BENDER Clarence Redington of Mason City and Miss Williminia Bender of Swaledale were married Monday afternoon by the Rev. A. W. Caul at the Baptist parsonage. They will make their home at Swaledale. BRIDE AND BRIDE-ELECT MRS. GERALD FERRIS MISS VIRGINIA MERRTET Figuring in winter nuptial events are Mrs. Gerald Ferris and Miss Virginia Jayne Merritt. Miss Merrill, daughter of Mr«. Glenn Merritt, 1112 First street northwest, will be married to Malcolm C. Lang of Minneapolis in the near future. Mrs. Gerald Ferris was Helen K. Swaroff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Swaroff, 1603 North Federal avenue, before her marriage Saturday at St. Paul's Cathedral in Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris will make their home at 1603 North Federal avenue. Mr. Ferris is employed by Swift and company. A Special'*. CHRISTMAS OFFER! ONE RUSSELL, 8x10 PHOTOGRAPH HAND PAINTED IN Only MASON CITY'S MOST MODERN LIGHTING RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 2372 Next to J. C. Penney Co. "ortnightly Bridge Party Held by Elks Bridge was played at 14 tables at ie fortnightly card party at the 51k s club Monday evening when ligh score prizes went to Mrs. Nate Lapiner and King Vanderwicken. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Wimmer and Dr. and Mrs. Steve O'Brien acted as hosts. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hunter md Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Pauley will ie hosts for the next party, Jan. 8. A dance has been scheduled by the Elks for Friday evening. Word Study Continued atY.W.C.A. Woman's Club Speech. Class . Discusses Denotation Connotation, Connotations and denotations of words were discussed at the-meet- Ing of the better speech class under, the leadership of Mrs. Leonard J. Titus Monday evening at the Y. W. C. A. The class is sponsored by the literature department of the Woman's club and at its next meeting Jan. 8 derivations of words will be the topic. "The denotation of the word is its Inherent meaning, while" the associations of the word make Its connotations," Mrs. Titus said. "It is through the connotations of the word that many misunderstandings arise. We must not only know the meaning of a word but know how to use it in the right place. "The command of a wide vocabulary is an accomplishment and the lack of ability to bend words to use arises, more often from laziness than from scruple. Words are realities E A may become'powerful tools." Speaking of pronunciations, Mia. Titus said that the man who compiles the dictionary Is a recorder and that there Is no reason why three-fourths of the country should be required to use a pronunciation preferred In one fourth of the country. Discussion of various words followed including- salt and sodium chloride, bump and collide, brilliant and flashy, bungle and did not succeed, tumble and fall, dawn and 6 a. m., licked and worsted, fat and plump, wept and blubbered, steals and embezzles, thlevlshness and kleptomania and told a lie and fell into a verbal Inexactitude. 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CASH and CARRY Cleaners Social Calendar TUESDAY hall, IN CONSERVATIVE STYLE BLACK WOOLEN MATERIAL MAKES FROCK TRIMMED WITH BLACK SATIN COLLAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS ttf P«rte« in ftnt F«tlem, ZOO NflB *venoe, NIK Vork «.1«y B» DIANA D4» This type of dress will serve you admirably for all day wear. It Is just as correct to wear It for early morning shopping as it Is for bridge or tea. And it will be equally at home at the football games. It Is especially adaptable to figures a litUe above normal. The wrap-over closure sees to that. The graceful collar cuts undue bodice breadth. It is not at all difficult for home dressmakers to fashion and Is quite quickly finished. The saving in coat is enormous. Blackberry is a lovely new shade you'll like for it In canton crepe with the collar of toning velvet. Style No. 807 is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 41, 46 and 48 inches bust. Size 36 requires 2% yards 54-Inch material with 9s yard 35 or 39-inch contrasting. ; The Essence of Fashion! All gummed 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 tt. You'll find the editorials amusing and helpful, "Sure Cure for the Blues 1 ' 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 atampa 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. Miss Grace Nelson Weds H. Anderson LYLE, Minn., Dec. 12. -- Miss Grace Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Fred Nelson and Harlis Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson, both of Lyle, were married at the home of the bridegroom's parents. Before the ceremony, the Rev. Mr. Langehough sang and the "Lohengrin" wedding march was played by Mrs. Laogehough. Mr. Langehough read the service In the presence of 80 relatives and friends. The attendants were Misa Ardella Kllgore of Austin and Clayton Nelson, brother of the bride. The wedding dinner was served by Mrs. Olven Nelson and Mrs. Raymond Carlson. Mrs. Anderson is a graduatae of the local high school and attended the Calhoun Secretarial school in Minneapolis. Mr. Anderson is a graduate of the Otranto high nchool. They will make their home with the bridegroom's parents. WOODMAN CERCLE TO ELECT OFFICERS Woodman circle Beryl Grove No. 135 will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mr«. F. L. Curtis, 734 Carolina avenue northeast, to elect officers. There will be an exchange of Christmaja gifts and refreshments will be served. LAFALOT CLUB MEETS FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER Lafalot club members entertained their husbands and friends at a Christmas dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs. George Senn Monday evening. Christmas decorations were us«d throughout and bridge was played with high score prize going to Mrs. George Mortimer and Roy Gitt. Bits About 'Em 401 North Federal 213 South Federal Y. P. F. Executive Council-6 o'clock, McNider parish dinner. Baptist Y. W. A.-6.:30 o'clock, church, supper. T. N. T. club-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Christmas party. Roosevelt Jackson C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, Roosevelt school. M. T. T. club-- 7:1S o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Christmas party with Genevieve Pedelty. WEDNESDAY Delta. Alpha class-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Jamea E. Blythe, 431 First street southeast. R, B. Bridge club-7 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom. Today'* Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Hugh Davey, 304 East State street. Fortnightly club-| 1 o'clock, Mrs. J. E. Mettler, 62B 1 North Federal avenue. Social Hour club -1 o'clock, Mrs. F. E. Wllcox, Christmas party, luncheon. R. C. club- Mrs. J. C. Puth, 221 Second street northwest. G. I. A. to B. of L. E-2:30 o'clock, agles hall, election of officers. Freeman Ladies' aid-Mrs. F. B. Fnssenden. Centra! Lutheran Guild-2:30 o'clock, church parlors. Woodman circle, Beryl Grove No. 135-2:80 o'clock, Mrs. F. L. Curtis, 734 Carolina avenue northeast. Outdoor Life department-2:30 o'clock,, library assembly. Christmas tea. Home Decoration class-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Miss Sophie Chown lag. Women's Catholic Order of Foresters-7:30 o'clock, Holy Family school, Christmas party. I. O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. _*_ NOVEL CLUB TO HAVE CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON Novel club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. O. Pasnau, 1108 'West State street, when Mrs. Frederick Olson will lead the lesson on Africa. A Christmas luncheon has been scheduled for Saturday at the home of Miss Ruth Irons. The committee in charge includes Mis* Irons, Mrs. George Marty, Mrs. Olson, Mrs. E. E. Kelley and Mrs. Dick Romey. _*_ DELTA ALPHA CLASS TO MEET WEDNESDAY Delta Alpha class will meet Wednesday instead of Thursday as previously announced for dinner at 6:30 | o'clock at the home of Mrs. James E. Blythe, 431 First street southeast. This will be the annual "white gift" meeting. Mrs. J. Curtis Amen is in charge of arrangements. _*_ JOYCE KILMER CLUB HOLDS YULE PARTY Joyce Kilmer club was entertained at a Christmas party by Miss Cora Dormedy and Miss Loretta Carney at the Dormedy home, 1301 President avenue northwest. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Miss Florence Flynn and Miss Evalyne West. Christmas gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff, Jr., 215 Second street southeast; drove to Des Mollies Tuesday for the day. * . * a Mrs. Fred Dayton of Hartford, Wis., formerly of Mason City, has returned to her home after a visit here and in Charles City. She was called hera by the death of her father. - · · · . . - '-. *-' t'-.* " ' : -' ' · ' "·: ' ·'·' Miss Margaret Handel and Edgar Walker, Maaon City students at Cornell college, 'will participate in the thirtieth annual performance of Handel's Christmas oratorio,- "The Messiah," at Cornell college Sunday afternoon. a * e Mr. and Mrs. S. V. German, 824 Sixth street southeast, have returned from Austin, Minn., where they visited Mrs. German's hrother-ln- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. L Murphy. Wife Preservers If you are in a hurry to cream butter, rinse the mixing bowl with hot water, then wipe dry and pro ceed to cream the butter in it. Lincoln School Dramatic Club Plans Carnival Lincoln school dramatic club haaj prepared a carnival program whtcnl will be presented Thursday evening! In the school auditorium and gym- naslum. , 1 There will be concessions for for-1 tune-tell Ing-, grab bag, candy sale! and a "hlt-the-nigger-baby" booth. I The boys' glee club will sing and j the Lincoln orchestra will play. A number of athletic events ha been arranged including boxing, bas-frl ketball and pyramid building. «l The doors will open at 7 o'clocfoj and the program will begin at 'S*'| o'clock. The proceeds of the carnival.-' will be added to a fund used in poy» : ,1 Ing for school assembly numbers and providing for needy children. --*-MADISON P. T. A. TO MEETS FOB PROGRAM The Rev. William Galbreth will give a Christmas message at the meeting of the Madison P. T. A. Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock to the school. The school orchestra will play and the seventh and eighth grade girls will sing carols. Miss Millicent Marsh will give a reading and there will be community singing. --«-- PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN HEAR BOOK REVIEW Mrs. H. H. Spiegel reviewed "As the Earth Turns" by Gladys Hasty Carroll at the meeting of the eve-,| nlng group of the Presbyterian Women's society Monday at the home : of Mrs. H. A. Johnson, 1113 Third / street southwest. ,adies of Orient Elect Officers at Meeting for Year Mrs, Bert Meeker was elected ast ashayhl of the adics of the rient Monday evening at the I. O. |. F. hall. Mrs. Chris Nelson of entura was elected great ashayhi and Mrs. Nellie Wrick queen ashay- Mrs. W. O. Paul of Clear Lake as named keeper of tradition, Mrs. '. C. Gundlach, collector of shekels. Mrs. Grace Trevett, keeper of hekels, Mrs. J. K. Johnson, pre- ate, and Mrs. Elma Helm of Venura, oriental guard. Following the election, gifts were ixchanged and refreshments were erved. , YOUNG MEN'S CLTJB SPONSORS DANCE The Young Men's club of St. fohn's Episcopal church, the Alpha iappa Theta fraternity, held the 'irst of the Christmas parties for this year in the MacNider memorial jarish house. About 30 couples were present for dancing and bridge. The evening closed with a. program of piano selections played by Max Clausen. Refreshments were served by a committee with Grover Stoecker as chairman, assisted by Alfred de Buhr, Philip Wtoegar, Billy Jones and Charles Ramsey. This was the first mixed social event which the club has sponsored this winter. FUR COATS are Perfect Gifts SPECIAL PKICES for CHRISTMAS! Better Quality For Less -- Since 1920 Smarter Styles ·U«IJU¥ AMB (ATWACnOM WITH «VK*Y FUK1UAK Please Santa-- Dress You'd better see that Santu. gets the hint right now--before these smart holiday frocks are snatched up by shrewd shoppers! In fact, it would be a smart Idea for you to come down tomorrow--while the selections are complete. They are Just what you need to carry you through a gay holiday season--and the price is good news to even the most tightfisted husband. Satins, Velvets, Crepes, Wools, Lace and Combinations. Bright colors for the holiday festivities. All sizes. 35c -- 50c -- 75c -- $1.00 Get io Know i « i s i i Holiday Decorations You will want to put them an soon. It would be wise to reserve them now when selection la good. ii Evergreen roping, evergreen boughs, e v e r- green" wreaths, laurel roping, boxwood, Eng- \ish holly, pine cones, red ruscus, c a n d l e pieces, wreaths of every size and design, and Christmas trees of all sizes. We Are Headquarters for These Items Phones*. Herman M.Knudson.Prop. So. Federal Avc.

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