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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 14 ·§ 1933 WOMAN'S CLUB MUSIC GROUP TO PRESENT "THE MESSIAH" Madisonians ; Given Talk by Galbreth Parent Teacher Association Votes to Sponsor ; Girl Scouts, : Madison Parent-Teacher association met Wednesday evening at the school for a program and a Christinas message from the Rev William Galbreth. Mr. Galbreth sppko of. the Christmas customs of various countries and pointed out that in Norway and Sweden all strife is discontinued at holiday time and the new year began in friendliness.. It was voted to continue sponsoring- the Girl Scout work and $5 was F RUIT CAKE Old English properly Agea, ollractlTely pucUnRed. Oa sale nt Damon's and Merktl'B. M. FORBES, H. GRUREVION rhone 3070 voted for memberships. The Scout committee at the school includes Miss Margaret Lewis, Mrs. Jerry Callahan and Mrs. Alice .Rarick. The welfare committee reported that four comforters had been made and given to the needy. Tops for three of these were nonated by Mrs. J. L. Snyder, Mrs. Herman Anderson and Mrs. Alta Lantz. Workers on the project included Mrs. Peder Madsen, Mrs. Lon Ericson, Mrs. John Bailey, Mrs. Alta Lantz and Mrs. R. R. Nesje The Madison school orchestra played three numbers and the assembly sang Christmas carols \ed by Miss Lvicile Lawler and accompanied by the orchestra. Miss Mini- cent Marsh read "The Philanthropists' Christmas." · The program committee chairman was Mrs. Frank Perkins and Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. Harry Rockwell were on the tree decoration committee. Mrs. Clifford Lowe, Mrs. Walter Billings, Mrs. Ted Farrer, Mrs. George Nelson and Mrs. C. D. .Kixson were appointed to the January committee. Anyway, the distinguished gueat no longer hints for a drink so he can write a piece about dry hypocrisy.--Fountain Inn Tribune. FINK'S Sale of FUR TRIMMED COATS FINK'S S M A R T APPAREL is bring- A lag you January W" sale prices on coats ^W and dresses, making ^vi y o u r Christmas shopping 1 for her. e a s i e r . Everyone suggeses wearing apparel as the sensible gift this year, and you will find it a simple task at FINK'S. QUALITY -- STYLE -PRICE. We absolutely guarantee these prices to be the lowest on merchandise of this quality and will refund the difference if, at any time you can make a similar purchase at a lower price. LAYAWAY AND CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED. Values to §23.90 Sizes to 48 It Is .necrlless to wait for January Bale price* tor wo absolutely guarantee tbut you will not rinTKe i better purchase in coats than you can lind in this group. Every conceivable fur trimming . . variety of styles . . all slzea . . genuine Per- shlan Cariton Kurl . . Bouclcs . . Needle Point . . Crepe Slllc lined and Interlined . . bargains that you will not be able to duplicate at any time. BUY NOW AND GET THE ADDITIONAL. WEEKS OF WEAR. DRESSES EVERY NEW STYLE, MATERIAL AND COLOR REPRESENTED IN ff THIS GROUP, YOUTHFUL' STYLES ^1 GALORE .. . frocks which prove that it «] need not coat much to look perfectly ^ outfitted for any holiday occasion. Styles of smart individuality . . . assuring you the newest lines, newest colors, newest fabrics! HOSTESS . . . DINNER . . . AFTERNOON . . . AND STREET.FROCKS in sizes 12 to 42. 6IFTS for HER HOSIERY Strut Reverse, Finest Hose You Have Seen New Designs and Necks. AH Wool. Real Bargains. $1.79 BLOUSES Taffeta, Crepe. Plaid $1.79 SMOCKS The Ideal Gift $1.98 to $2.98 Suede Leather JACKETS 51 ° 90 Values $6.90 WOOL JACKETS With Zippers $4.90 FLANNEL ROBES $3.79 Performance of Oratorio on Sche'dule Event Sunday Evening at Methodist Church for Community. The Woman's club music department will present the community chorus, directed by Joseph M. Power in a performance of Handel's oratorio, "The Messiah," Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in the First Methodist church. The performanc- is open to all interested and a freewill offering will be taken. Mrs. C. G. Maudsley, soprano; Mrs. W. L. Bennett, mezzo contral to; Earl Dean, tenor; Lawrence Cain, baritone, will be soloists. Miss Ruth Stevens will play the piano accompaniment, Mrs. Bertha Patchen, organ, Mrs. Power, cello; and Mr. Power, violin. Organ Overture. The program will open with an organ overture followed by the recitative, "Comfort Ye, my people,' and the air, "Every Valley Shall Be Exalted," both taken by the tenor The chorus will sing, "And the Glory of the Lord." "Thus Saith the Lord" and "But Who May Abide the Day of His Coming?" will be done by the bass, "Behold a Virgin Shall Conceive," alto, and "Oh Thou That Tellest Good Tidings to Zion,' alto and chorus. "For, behold, darkness shall cover the earth" and "The people thai walked in the darkness have seen a great light" will be basa numbers followed by the .chorus singing", "For Unto Us a Child Is Born." The pastoral symphony will follow. The soprano will take "There Were Shepherds Abiding in the Field," and "Lo the Angel of the Lord Came Upon Them," and the angel said unto them, "And Suddenly There Was With the Angel." The "Glory of God" will be sung by the chorus, "Rejoice Greatly o Daughter of Zion", the soprano; "Then ShalJ the Eyes of the Blind Be Opened" and "He Shall Feed His Flock Like a Shepherd." the alto. Numbers by Chorus. ' The chorus will sing 1 "Behold the Lamb of God," th2 alto, "He Was Despised" and the chorus, "Surely He Hath Borne Our Griefs," "And With His Stripes We Are Healed," and "All We Like Sheep Have Gone Astray," tenor, "Thy Rebuke Hath Broken His Heart," "Behold, and See If There Be Any Sorrow," "He Was Cut Off of the Land of the lAving;" and "But Thou Didat Not Leave His Soul in Hell." "Lift tip Your Heads, O Ye Gates," will be sung- by the chorus; "Why Do the Nations So Furiously Rage Together," bass; "Worthy Is the Lamb That Was Slain," chorus; "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth," soprano, and "Hallelujah," chorus. A final reheasraal has been scheduled for Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. **. Brlstow, Okla., no longer has a white way." The city officials urned off the lights to save money. I WASH DRESS IMPORTANT SMALL GIRL'S WARDROBE NEVER CONTAINS TOO MANY FROCKS WHICH MAY BE LAUNDERED SAFELY · Globe-Gz«tte Peerless 15 C-enl I'Atteni, 300 FlflU Avenue, Neiv York CHy ' By DIANA DAV .^_____-------- 673 Mrs. Henry Smith E l e c t e d Guardian by Woodman Circle Mrs. Henry Smith was -elected guardian of Woodman circle Beryl Grove No. 135 at a meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. F. L. Curtis, 734 east. Mrs. Carolina avenue north L. R. Purington was elected past guardian. Mrs. A. H. Clemens was named adviaer,-Mrs. A. C. Holly, clerk and recorder; Mrs. Charles Sheets, manager; Mrs. Charles Walden, chaplain; Mrs. Curtis, junior supervisor. During the social hour refreshments were served by Mrs. Curtis and gifts were exchanged. The next meeting" will be Jan. 17 at the home of Mrs. Smith, 630 Maryland avenue southeast, when Mrs. Holly will serve refreshments. The officers will be installed. BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS FOB TARTY Mra. Con LaGasae, 20 Twelfth street northwest, entertained the Birthday club at her home at a Christmas party. A program was Including a piano duet by Mrs. LaGasse and her daughter, Mrs. Earl Curtis. Mrs. F. L. Hudson gave a reading and games were .played with Mrs. C. Franzeb, Mrs. Harold LaGasse and Mrs. David Garlock n charge. There was an exchange of gifts served. and refreshments were Store-bought liquor may be purer, but moonshine patrons are going to miss that old-shoe taste. -- Lincoln Star. ·TRADEHOME'Ss Special Xmas Selling! PHONE 484 GIFT SLIPP Men's Leather Sole Everett If the little woman has been trailing around in disgraceful old slippers . . . if the head of the house has been cherishing «ome frayed leather affairs . . '. it's your plain duty to do something- about it! Rubber heels. ' Brown only. All sizes. Check These Off Your List, Too. Sheepskin RQ- Children' nunnlea ~ Socks ............... l£ c Men's leather- ' « i f\f\ Dound Spnts ....... -PLUU Women's 811k Host, ......... RoV Felt Slippers ...... . Wnmen'« Felt SEIppcrv ....... .69c .59c .S9c Women's Crepe Bridge Slipper 69c · Cuban hetls. £ nrioKRn fflmiLv 18 South Federal Mason City, Iowa Stacks and stacks of Cashing dresses--never a one too many for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten age. This little outfit answers mode's call in Blue Eagle blue washable wool challis. It is printed in tiny red dots. The collar with wee sc.iC- loped edge is white cambric. You can see for yourself what a. simple affair it Is to fashion. Tartan plaided gingham so fashionable, Is a splendid choice for this dress--and the matching bloomers which you must not forget! Style No. 673 is designed for sizes 2, 4 and 6 years. Size 4 requires 2% yards 3%-iuch material with % yard 22-inch or wider contrasting for collar. The Essence of Fashion! A!! summed up for you in this exciting New Book of fashions and patterns. If you pride yourself on being in tho "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, enclos ing- 10 cents, stamps or coin. Ad dress fashion department of this paper. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do not seid to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette pattern de partment, 200 E'ifth avenue, New York City. Elks to Give First in Series of D a n c e s at Clubrooms Friday The first of a series of dances to be given at the Elks clubrooms will be held Friday evening" according to C. O. Johnson, exalted ruler. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. wimmer and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sweesey will act as hosts and are making arrangements for the dance. Turk Ramsey and his Pepper Shakers, a band from Albert Lea, will play for dancing. The affair will be a. guest dance 10 that any Elk may bring a nonmember as his guest. Several parties are being formed and the committee in charge anticipates a large attendance. Social Calendar J. M. Power to Present Violinists Recital Will Be Given at Hotel Hanford Friday Evening. Violin pupils of Joseph M. Power will be presented in recital Friday evening- at 7:45 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford. In addition to Mason City pupils, Mr. Power has a number of out of town students who will play. Mrs. Ralph Kelao will act as accompanist. The program follows: Flowers and Ferns Keiser Kathryn Kennedy (Clear Lake). Summer Scenes by the River. .Helm Madeline Kudej (Clear Lake) Air Varie No. 1 Dancla Bobby Liew Marche Triumphale Grove Donald Wanamaker Melodic ..'. Moshkowski Helen Marie Swanson, Albert Lea Finale Concerto No. H Seitz Robert Larson, Albert Lea Passefied Gillet . Wllma Douglas, Hampton Air Varie No. V .'.,.. Dancla Marguerite Kennedy, Clear Lake Salut D'Amour Elgar Carleton Rohr Valse Petite Danbe Evelyn Snipps Concerto No. V Seitz Milton Learner "Meditation" from Thais .Massenet Clarence Pease "Fantasia" from Lucia Donizetti-Singelee Tom Moon, St. Ansgar Concerto in A Minor Accolay Costa Rumeliote Scene de Ballet De Beriot Annabelle Wilhite Ave Maria .... Schubert-Wilhelmj Edith Cai-ver, Thornton Seventh Concerto De Beriot Evelyn Snipps Ninth Concerto De Beriot Oscar Larson, Albert Lea .... Zigeunerweisen Sarasate Harry Schulman BID AND BYE CLUB MEETS AT GILCHBISTS The Bid and Bye club was entertained at the, home of Mr. an'd Mrs. L. H. Gilchrist, 418 Seventh street THURSDAY Tusalata. club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., installation and recognition. Presbyterian Stowaways-6;30 o'clock, church. Monroe Washington P. T. A 7:30 o'clock, school, Christmas party, Mr. and Mra. \V. P. Butler, chairmen. Garfleld P. T. A 7:30 o'clock, school. itcKmley P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, Christmas message, the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl, high school singers. Decker's club ball-8:30 o'clock, MacNlder Memorial hall, charity ball. Trinity Roosevelt circle-6:30 o'clock, church, Christmas party. Koyal Neighbors-8 o'clock, Eagles hall, election of officers. FRIDAY Baptist Missionary society-Church, Christmas program and tea. ChrJsHan Workers division 2-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Charles A. Knouse, 857 Second street northwest. C. P. C. club-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell, Fairgrounds. Queen of Clubs-7:30 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Christmas party, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson, hosts. Wel-Kum class-6:30 o'clock. First M E. church, dinner and Christmas party. Elks lodge-Clubrooms, dancing party. Women's Union-- ' 1 o'clock, Congregational church, entertaining Harmony Guild. Get Together club-2 o'clock, Mrs. \V. D. Thrams, 1908 Carolina avenue northeast. Portland Progressive club-Postponed to Dec. 2T. Immnnuel Dorcas aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Nels Landgren, Mrs. Fritz Frid, Mrs. E. R. Clemens. Presbyterian Mission society-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Miss Lydia Beck, "Syria," Mrs. George A. Smith, Mrs. Hollls W. Jaseph, Mrs. VV. J. Parrott, hostesses. First M. E. Home Mission society-2:30 o'clock, church. Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. 2:30 o'clock, school. Calvary Lutheran Guild-Church. Queen ::e:ieknh loagc-- 7:30.o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. Pleasant Ridge club- Mr, and Mrs. Herman Dlercks. Lutheran Friendship society-8 o'clock, church, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krieger, serving. Kill Knrc KItib-- 8 o'clock, P. G. E. auditorium, Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson, hosts, Christmas grab bag. Here they are! NEW ADVANCE SPRING STYLES IN FROCKS You must see them--all new materials and £l*J Qfl colors. All sizes CHRISTMAS GIFTS SKIHTS .: $3.95 SWEATERS $1.95 Wools, etc., Skirts and Sweaters to Match 114 A'orth Federal Ave. Wife Preservers Keep package of sanitary picnic poons in the medicine cabinet for icasurlng medicine. They may be hrown away after using, and will ave your good spoons from becom- ng stained with medicine. outheast, Wednesday evening. High core prizes went to Mrs. M. Swanon and Harold Zuber and low to fr. and Mrs. Vernon Traver. Annual Christmas Party to Be Held by Wel-Kum Class The annual Christmas party of the Wel-Kum Sunday school class will be held following a dinner at 6:30 o'clock Friday night in the basement of the First Methodist church. Numbers on the program, which will include the appearance of Santa Claus, will bo presented entirely by members of the class. Plans for Christmas basket distribution will be made and small gift exchange held. The committee in charge of the affair includes Mr. and Mrs. Glen H. Gilbert, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Engle and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosa. Will Entertain Children. ACKLEY, Dec. 14.--The American Legion will sponsor treats for nearly 700 children of the community Saturday afternoon. Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less -- Since 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE^^ » LINGERIE makes GIFTS that the feminine world adores Large varied assortments'are'here for your choosing! There are SLIPS, CHEMISES, PANTIES, GQWNS, SETS, PAJAMAS, BLOOMERS and SNUGTITES in every new and favored style, color and size. These underthings are what every woman or miss will appreciate to receive--when it bears our label. Priced for everyone--from "SEE Y O U T O M O R R O W " Holiday Decorations You will want to put them up soon. It would be wise to reserve them now when selection is ijood. Evergreen roping, evergreen boughs, e v e r- green wreaths, laurel roping, boxwood, English holly, pine cones, r e d 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 Phone 53 12Q5 Herman M.Krvudson.Prop. So. Federal Ave. Des Momes' Most Popular Hotel Rates $2-$2.50--No Higher KIRK WOOD

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