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December 13, 1933

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

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DECEMBER 13 1033 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Christmas Kid Party Held by T.N.T. Club T. N. T. club met at the Y. W. C. A. Tuesday evening for a Christmas kid party. Children's games were played at the beginning of the affair. An original stunt prepared by Lillian Clark was given toy Luclle Byerly, Arloene Janssen, Helen Kelsh, Rita Dugan and Violet Jtforan. Gilts were exchanged and left at the Y. at the close of the evening to be given to needy families at Christmas time. Frizes went to Sadie J Burtis for the most kiddish costume and to Lucile Byerly for the H most Idddish acting. '*i Guests included Beatrice Dorme- E dy, Louise Kern, Dorothy Madsen, '!?! Donna McGee and Margaret Rob- I Tains. The regular meeting o£ the ' c l u b will be next Tuesday at 6:30 o'clock at the Y. Bits About 'Em . Mrs. Leo J. Martin left Wednes- Iloiay for her home In Cedar Rapids Ifitiiter a visit with her brother-in-law |hdnd sister. Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Mc- flchae!, 33 Beaumont drive. '· * * i ''£ Miss Laura Ross and Miss Mabel ' ludolph who have been visiting Mr. tmd Mrs. C. S. Rankin, 823 Twelfth If- Jtreet : -rtheast, have left for their ;': lome in Los Angeles. They plan to '· jtop in Omaha to visit relatives and ';i ,, :riends enroute. Miss Ross is a sis- er of Mrs. Rankin. · I nj James E. Smock, 609 Washington \ t avenue northwest, has left for Keotn, j;.awhere be will make his home. He jitiwaa entertained at a farewell party when a group of 14 gathered in his U honor. The time was spent in dancing and refreshments were served. e * c Miss Anna Mae Swelger has returned to her work in Chicago after spending a few days here. She was called by the illness of her father, J. N. Sweiger, 605 Delaware avenue ! northeast. unusual features of this frock worn by Ida Lupino, f U m player are accented by satin. The dress is of chocolate brown crcpo with an apron frock and high shirred neck ^ Christmas Specials ^^^ A BETTER PERMANENT WAVE Realistic JFrederic's French Steam Oil complete CHARLES' WAVE SHOP 9 First St. S. E. Phone 100G FLOWERS NOVELTY PLANTS For Your Next Bridge Prize I D C and up PREPARED BOUQUETS D*/C and up CHERRY PLANTS 4.q r ., *«s\- and up EVERGREEN ROPING l^f J.«JV a. yard GRAVE BLANKETS $3 each JOHNSTON'S FLOWERS FI,OWKRPHONE 22R 10 FIRST ST. N. W. 'OPEN EVENINGS tech way I I M. T. T. Ct,UB MEETS FOR YULE PARTY Miss Genevleve Pedclty enter- HOLIDAY FARES Round Trip }r Christmas and New Year Cents a Mile tained the M. T. T. club at her home Tuesday evening at a Christmas party. Games were played and refreshments were served. GARFIELD P. T. A. TO HEAK KNTJDSON Herman Knudson will speak on "The Responsibility of the Child to the Community" at the meeting o£ the Garfield P. T. A. Thursday evening at T:30 o'clock. There will be a program of Christmas music. W. C. T. U. TO HEAR TALK BY DAVIES The Rev. George K. Davies will speak on his travels in Europe at the meeting of the W. C. T. U. Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. John Sloan will sing Christmas carols accompanied by Miss Eaultae Faleo. - . - YOUNG MARRIED FOLKS TO M££T THURSDAY The Young Married Folks class o£ the Church of Christ will hold its monthly business meeting Thursday evening' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Halsor, 647 East State street. MRS. STEVE STURM HONORED AT TARTY Mrs. Steve Sturm was honored at a surprise party on the occasion of her sixty-fifth birthday when a group of relatives and friends gathered at her home. The time was spent in playing 500 and the guests included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodley, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ditterman and daughter, Marlyn, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hillis and daughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wickwler and son, Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. John Harrington and sons, Robert and George, Miss Helen Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. James Hanley and daughter, Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sturm and daughters, MervU, Dorothy, Betty and sons, Paul, Jack, Steve, Don and Roy; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dawson and son, Mr. and Mra. Lester Wickwier and son, Leeland, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Clawson and Bud Sturm. Fire at Senneff Home One of Three Reported to Local Fire Station Three runs were made by the local fire department Tuesday evening. A short circuit in the mirror fixture of the bathroom caused a fire at the John A. Senneff, Sr., home, 9 Beaumont drive. Tuesday afternoon about 5:30 o'clock. Firemen extinguished the fire with little difficulty. About 6:20 o'clock firemen extinguished a blaze in the car of Sam Rozen at the corner of West State street and Monroe avenue. A short in the battery cable set fire to grease and oil about the engine. Shortly before midnight rear cushions of a car belonging to Richard Myer caught fire from a cigar- et dropped in the rear seat. Firemen extinguished the blaze but the cushions had been damaged. FRATERNITY FOR Y.M.G. A. FORMED Bob Rankin Named Primus of Group; Dr. Draper Long to Be Adviser. Organization of the third section of the newly formed Young Men's division of the Y. M. C. A., has been completed, according to C. O. Pas- natt, chafrman of the Young Men's division. This third section is the Phalanx, fraternity for the Y. M. C. A., having- about 275 chapters. At the organization meeting Tuesday night, projects were considered which will be promoted by the fraternity. The first general meeting will be held next Tuesday when the mentor gives a talk. Bob Rankin Head. The primus, an officer corresponding to president in other organizations, is Bob Rankin. Paxton Shaffer is proprlmus, comparable to a vlce president. Howard Gage is the tribune, having the duties of secretary, and Dr. Draper Long is the mentor, or adviser. Some of the projects which are already approved for the group include helping the physical education department of the Y. M. C. A. by providing officials at Sunday school basketball tournaments, providing leaders for pioneer clubs and holding mixed parties, steak fry parties and overnight hikes. For Men 18 to 21. Regular meetings of the fraternity will'be held every other Tuesday evening between 7 and 8 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. The Phalanx is for young men 18 to 21 years of age, including junior college students. The clerks and industrial young men are other groups which hava been organized in the young men's division. Both of these groups have met but will not hold the next meetings until after the first of the year. Wife Preservers When preparing apples for baking, after removing the core, pour the sugar Into the hole through a considerable attention and will probably become a permanent number on future armory programs. 3,000 BAGS OF CANDY PREPARED To Be Distributed at Annual Legion Party for Children. The committee In charge of the children's party to be staged by the Legion at the armory Saturday, Dec. 24, completed the wrapping of 3,000 bags of candy Wednesday. The party, which is open to all children up to and including tho fourth grade, will be given at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Parents have been asked to co-operate in bringing only children within the age limits planned by the sponsors of the party. Safety measures have been provided for the event. A Red Cross station will be maintained and assurances of assistance in handling the crowd have been received from both the police and the fire departments. DICKENS''CAROL'' WELL PRESENTED Presbyterian P l a y e r s Are Scheduled to Repeat Play Wednesday. Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" was presented by the Presbyterian Players Tuesday evening to a thoroughly delighted audience in the First Presbyterian church. The work of the cast of 2G was admirable and is a tribute to the work of the director, Mrs. Hobart Duncan. Dr. H. K. Jones.as "Scrooge" was the most outstanding [or his interpretation and reality and the contrast of his "humbug" attitude ot the first part of the play to his "Merry Christmas" at the end again proved the ability of Mr. Jones to play character roles. Sidney Stott as the "clerk" in Scrooge's office was excellent and Francis Elliott fitted well the cheery role of Scrooge's nephew. The dramatic work of Ottus Pasnau as the solicitor, Ray Rorick as Fezziwlg, that of the ghosts, Gilbert Randall, Mrs. Herman Dirksen, OIlie Easley, also the feminine parts .played hy Mrs. Elliott as JTrs. Fezziwig, Mrs Leslie Valentine as the nephew's wife, and Mrs. Rollin Wcrley a.« Mrs. Cratchit deserve mention. Particutarty pleasing to the audience were the lighting effects in portraying the various vision. which the ghosts revealed to Scrooge and which required the usi of a second screen backstage. The last scene brought the play to a triumphant close with the wish o Tiny Tim, played by Ross Martin ringing out, "Merry Christmas ant ^ God bless us, every one." During the intei'inissicTif) musical selections were played by Mrs. Francis Elliott. The play was to be repeated Wednesday evening at 6:15. Central Lutheran Brotherhood Meets B. W. Kellar was elected presi- ent of the Lutheran Brotherhood f the Central Lutheran church at lie regular meeting Tuesday eve- ilng, Herbert Dieckman was chosen 'ice president; Herman Quandahl, iecretary, and Albert Ask, trea- iiirer. The program included a talk by VIr. Kellar, a vocal duet by Mrs. J. T. Weber and Miss Gretchen Weber, ccompanied by Mra. O. C. Sorlicn, : reading by Atlo Grelk, and music; y the newly organized Central Lu- .hcran orchestra composed of Ann Jean Nugent and Mary Ryan, vio- ins; Jesse D. McCormick, oaxo- ihone; Hichard Zarling and Charles Sorlien, cometB; Vernon Leonard, drums, and Mrs. Sorlien, pianist and director. I)K AULE-F R E RI CHS ALLISON, Dec. 13.--Miss Henrietta Frerichs of Allison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frerichs of Clarksvilie, and Herman W. Dralle, son of Henry Dralle of Allison, were married at the St. Jacobus Lutheran parsonage at Allison Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. W. C. Nassen reat the service. They were attended by Miss Louise Piel of Janesville cousin of the bride, and Albert Dralle of Allison, nephew bf the bridegroom. They will be at home on the Dralle farm near Allison. Children's Colds ^*^k Yield quicker to quicker double action of STAINIE.SS now. if you prefer New Features Being Introduced in Next Saturday Night Dance One of the interesting features of the old time dance at the armory Saturday night will be the "Firemen's Quadrille," which will be included in the early evening program of the old time dances. Those in charge do not recall that this "square" has ever before been on an old time dance program in the armory. This number will be a change for the dancers and interesting to the spectators. The popular Viking orchestra of Albert Lea will again appear Saturday night." Through' a 'misunderstanding it was announced that another orchestra would play; however, this is a regular schcdulfed appearance of this well known Scandinavian band. The Vikings have a large following among armory dance fans who appreciate their versatility and specialty numbers. As was announced last Saturday night following the approval of the square dancers, Bmil Wasicek and his Ramblers will play for the early program which will start promptly at 8 o'clock. This arrangement is especially favored by those who come from a distance and have to leave earlier, yet want to dance a lull program. Aa an Innovation in the later program a new dance will be introduced which is called the "Walkathon Sprint." This dance is one the order of the popular circle two step but involves new and interesting changes and is being offered for the first time on any public dance Door. This will undoubtedly attract TRAINMEN PLAN HOLIDAY DANCE Forty-Third Annual Event to Be Held Monday, Dec. 25, at Armory. The forty-third annual Christmas dance of the Brotherhood o£ Railroad Trainmen will be held Monday evening, Dec. 25, at the armory, with Red Wilson's orchestra supplying the music. Plans are being made for elaborate decorations at the armory, according' to the committee headed by A. L. Kirby and 'including. E. E. Bruns, B. G. Larson and J^ P. Corcoran. The dance is to be as a benefit for the charity efforts of the railroad trainmen's organization. The orchestra is one of the favorites of this section, having broadcast at KSSO for a year and played in Winnipeg nine months. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL PERMANENT dO Crt WAVE, completo «?£ .UU LILLIAN REID'S BEAUTY SHOP "You'll Like Our Work" Holiday Clothes You'll want to look your very best during- the holidays. That means that your clothes must be in the very finest condition. Sdnd them to the Model-Unique and they will be expertly cleaned and pressed--latest and best process PHONE 49 Model-Unique Satisfaction Guaranteed. It's Merry J^* JJ 3 Christmas ^^ ff/ and Happy Feet For the one receiving these JOUCB H E A L T H - A R C H Shoes. They promote general foot health and support iveak bones and muscles. EVERY W O M A N wants and expects HOSIERY Sizes 4 lo 9 AAA t o O This black Kid closed tie has slenderizing lines. MILLER-JONES OooJ Shaa tar All ifieFumilj 2 . piurs in n GIFT BOX Remember this-and include BCV- eral pairs f r o m Miller-Jones with other gifts to "top off" the day! There's extraor- d i n a r y clearness and slicerness in these full fashioned p u r e silk slockings for only .50 VV. W. F. Iltnler, .11 r.--13 Smith 1'edrral MILLER-JONES Good Shoes for All the family \\'. !·'. lludi-r, Met,--10 Soiilli Federal *° Everywhere Amrfarthe hoHtUyal Whitbemr done for eflioring * f fiw diys bick honn--Tisiting with old friendj-- or ctctlng «w»y f or · n'ell-e»rned ChriltnuJ or NewYetrncBiion. North Wwif'o's Jc.i-roiltfire i« good rrrrruttcrt, on all tminj In Long Return Limit Go December Uthlo January lit, ind.Renrn by midnight, Jiaoiry ISlh. t, surcharge on sieepi'ag ind pulor cur abolished -- 1 «*«» ant-tbird, Children h«If f«r« BxfKC checked Jim Hutzell Closing Out Sale on Wednesday Jim Hutzell will have a closing out public sale on Wednesday, Dec. 20, commencing at 10 a. m. The auction will be held on the Gildner brothers farm, located on the gravel road 2 milea west and 3 miles north of Nora Springs, 8 miles east and 3 miles north of Mason City. The property to be sold includes ID* head of livestock, alfalaf and clover hay, wild hay, soy bean hay, hailed straw, straw In barn, oats insilage, corn fodder, corn in crib, tr/.'m machinery and other articles W. J. Murphy is to be the auctioneer and a representative of the First National bank of Mason City will act as clerk. After the sale Mr Hutzell will move to Missouri. New 3-Candle Reflector Lamps Something Dif f erent' in portable Lamps now available in a variety of styles and prices I ' 'N APPEARANCE -- in design -- in color combinations, these new type lamps are unmistakably distinctive. In illuminating qualities they are undeniably superior. Each has three candle lights for decorative purposes, and an indirect lighting feature for genera] illumination. The shades are of ailk, parchment, and tapestry in many exquisite designs. The bases are plated and quite unique. To see them is to instantly appreciate their ability to beautify home furnishings. 3-candle R e f l e c t o r Lamps with ailk, Parch- mervt, or T a p c « t r y shades In a variety of 9ty!e and prices. Summer Sunshine the Year 'Round . , . As sunshine decreases in quanity and intensity--the death rate increases. That is why the sunlamp, which provides the ultra violet ray equivalent to summer sunshine, is so essential to health d u r i n g the winter months. Stop an.1 let us explain. Make sure that your resistance and that of your family is not permitted to break down. General Electric Sunlamps Now as low as . . . . .50 On Convenient Terms PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COME\NY RABBIT DINNER THURSDAY NIGHT Encampment B r a n c h of I.O.O.F. to Put on Degree Work. The encampment branch of the . O. O. F. ia to hold its annual ·abblt dinner nnd homecoming' nt Jie lodge hall Thursday evening. Eighty-three rabbits, obtained by ho hunters of tho organization under the leadership of Jacob Raven- atad, are In coolers at the E. B. Hlgley company plant, ready to bo irepared for the dinner. Art Russell ia chairman of the :ood committee. The meal will be prepared by a committee headed by tfrs. Wado Vasbinder, Mrs.. Gus Welda and Mrs. George Hubacker Serving will begin at G:30 o'clock and continue until all are served. The dinner Is open to all camp members and their families. FolltSw ng the dinner the encampment wll For Her CHRISTMAS GIFT Why Not Give Ono of Our Better Permanents Realistic Frederic's Duart French Steam Oil complete GILBERT'S 103 1st St. S. E. Fiionc 3180 3 ut on degree work for two candi- ates. Jnemployed Registered Nurses Offered Relief Work by Government All unemployed registered nurses ·esiding In the tenth district of the owa State Association of Regls- ered Nurses, Including the follow- ng counties: Hovard, Kossuth, Vlnnebago, Worth, Ccrro Gordo. Chlcl;asa\v, Mitchell, Floyd and iaucock, who wish to take advan- age of the federal emergency relief act have been requested to make application at the office of the city nurse at the city hall between the hours of 1 and 5 o'clock In the after- Ancient Chinese Practice To insure a happy after life, every just debt had to be paid before the end of the year. You Owe Your Feet Better Shoes and Conscientious Fitting in order to bo happy in this life. We'll bo lookln/r for you tomorrow. L AIRD'C* 14 E. State St. 9*F Whero Shoes Aro Itcnlly Fitted SPECIAL on MCII'H CAMEO RINGS Genuine hand cnrxed Cameo ill heavy weight mounting. MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. BLDG. Are you using a Singer that looks anything like 1 ? 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