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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 18, 1933
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE And Please the Entire Family for Years to Come DECEMBER 18 SELECT NOW PROM T H E S E AND MANY MORE MODELS AT MODEL 120 By Buying Here is radio entertainment as you like it, right up to the well-known RCA Victor high standard. A Superhet- erodyne, w i t h Automatic Volume Control, Micro Tone Control, Dynamic Speaker and RCA Radiotrons. It will bring in · Police Reports as well as standard programs. Complete n-ltli KCA Radiotrons LISTEN TO FOREIGN LANDS ON THE ALL-WAVE MODEL 340 J J Here are two new RCA Victor Superheterodynes, which in addition to bringing in standard, domestic programs, aro designed to cover the field of international short wave broadcasts. Own one of these great "Globe Trotters" and you'll bring a thrill into your home entertainment like nothing else. All Wave Superheterodyne "Globe Trotter" with Complete KCA Itudlotrons The all Wave "Globe Trotter" is ^available in either a beautiful console or table type cabinet. Tuning- facilitated .by the use of the novel airplane type dial, the vernier tuning with a speed reduction of 50 to 1. All Wave "Globe Trotters" are designed to cover from 555 to 16 meters, or standard programs plus international and other short wave broadcasts. MODEL 140 All Wave Superheterodyne "Globe Trotter" with Complete HC.-V lludlotrons W MODEL 210 Modern Radio with a superb beauty for both eye and ear . . . A superheterodyne with such up-to-date advantages as 6 to 1 venier tuning (making dialing precise, easier) nnd continuously variable tone control for the exact shade of tone you like best . . . modern cabinet of exquisite tigenvootl and walnut veneers! Complete With KCA Itadiotrons RADIO in the modern manner Jit n price you can afford 5 TUI1E MODERNS SUPERHETERODYNE 6 Tube Modevne Console Superheterodyne COMPLETE WITH RCA RADIOTKONS You would expect a radio of such tasteful beauty to have a beautiful serenity of tone --and Model 222 does. An entirely new chassis sets an utterly new high standard of Superheterodyne efficiency. Its full- sized--10 inch--dynamic speaker, Automatic Volume Control and a wealth of such pleasing features make for especially delightful reception. The short-wave bands of between 1500 and 3500--in addition to the standard bands--provide a new joy to listening in on police calls. Unusually blended Aspen, Walnut and Oriental wood veneers, hand polished to bring out the inner beauty of the woods. Complete; With RCA Radlotrnns Today's style in cabinetry . . . Tomorrow's advancements in radio . , . you can have both in this charming RCA Victor instrument, which is compact enough to balance on the palm of your hand and low enough in cost to mec: the needs of the most limited budget. Model 115 is a five-tube Su- perheterodyne, capable of from 2 to 3.3 watts output. Enough volume to fill the largest living room. It is equipped with a real dynamic speaker, continuously variable tone control, an illuminated dial with kc calibrations and 6 to 1 Vernier Tuning for micro-exact adjustment to radio signals. MODEL 233 FREE GUITAR LESSONS JXO.UIKE AT STORE FOR PARTICULARS SEE VANCE IN ADVANCE 121 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 798 CHRISTMAS FROLIC IS HELD' Santa Glaus Greets 2,500 Youngsters American Legion and Auxiliary Sponsor Annual Holiday Party More than 2,500 children, sons and daughters of members of the American Legion and auxiliary frolicked at the annual Christmas party sponsored by the Legion post and auxiliary unit Saturday afternoon in the armory. A program was given opening with selections by the city grade school orchestra under the direction of W. A. Storer. The children's drum and bugle corps played; A large decorated Christmas tree was the center of attraction at the party and Santa Claus arrived and gave a bag- of candy to each child. A Red Cross station had been erected to give first aid to any casualty. Mrs. J. H. Sheldon, Mrs. F. J. Riley, Mrs. Ray Mettlcr and Mrs. F. R| Mahaff-ey represented the American Legion auxiliary and Leslie Whipple, H. H. Boyce and R. c. Patrick, the Legion. ATTRACTIVE HOUSEWEAR APRON AND FROCK MAY BE MADE EASILY AND COMBINE TO FORM PLEASANT ENSEMBLE FOR HOME Cilobc-lialftlp PMHein It Cent I'atlcrn, 200 Fifth Avenue. Now I'orlt l l y By H I A N A D A I ~--~--~~ · Bits About 'Em Mrs. Edward F. Vincent, 124 West State street, will leave' Thursday for Jersey City where she will spend the Christmas holidays with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Vincent. She plans to be gone a month. * »:= Miss Margaret Rule will arrive Wednesday from Iowa City where she is doing post graduate work at the University of Iowa to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rule, 11 Rock Glen. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, G12 Carolina avenue southeast have been called to Chicago by the illness of their daughter, Esther, a student nurse at St. Bernard's hospital. * * * Ward Harrison arrived Sunday from Appleton, Wis., where he attends the Institute of Paper Chemistry to spend the holidays with Ilia parents, Mr. and Mrs. C H Harrison, 1316 Jersey avenue northeast. Dr. and Mrs. V. A; Farrell, 416 First street southeast, expect their daughter, Kathryn, Wednesday from Grinnell to spend her vacation from Grinnell college with them. Mrs; William Gleason, -Jr., Mrs. Walter Ousley and daughter, Betty, and Mrs. John Redding, all of Austin. Minn., were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. leason, 72-1 North Federal avenue. Keith Harrison has left for Cresco where he is the manager of the Sno-White Grocery, after a week-end visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harrison, 1316 Jersey avenue northeast. Mrs. Luella Swanson has left for Rudd to spend the Christmas week with her mother, Mrs. Harvey Roy. * * *t Mrs. H. M. Hoag, 1003 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, will leave Thursday for Grinuell where she will spend Christmas with her son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoyt. * 5 * Mr. and Mrs. Don Decker moved Saturday from Clear Lake to an apartment in the Kirk. Here are sonic of the "fora" concerning this smart home ensemble Note the dress is cut with quaint ruffle to give the very modish drop- shoulder. The panel front effect and seaming over the hips assures the wearer a very slim, youthful appearance. An adorable cotton print, chiefly reds and blues and tender greens was used for the dress with gay ret bias binds. The pattern also includes the apron. Plain cotton in toning green shade with gay red binds was usec for it. You can cut it out and run it up on the sewing machine in about two Its small cost will amaze hours, you. Style No. 804 is designed in sizes . 16, 18, 20 years, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust. Size 36 requires 31,; yards 33-inch for dress with 1H yards 35-ineh for apron. The Essence of Fashion! AH summed up for you in till;, 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 amusing and helpful. "Sure Cure for the Blues" contains valuable tips. Send for your copy today, enclosing 10 cents, stamps or coin. Ad- dregs fashion department of this paper. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps 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. Social Calendar Everyone . . . Has Been Pleased With Our $J.OO 8x10 'Special And Also Our Genuine Colored Miniature at $ZL.85 each OPEN" EVENINGS We Can Still Get Out Orders For Christmas MONDAY Ugo Igo club-6:30 o'clock, Christine Larson, 415 Second street southwest, Christmas party. Philosophy class-7 o'clock, y. W. C. A. ST. W. C. A. Glee club-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Unemployed Girls-7:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., spelling and dictation class. Y. W. C. A. board-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. · Harding C. S. G.-Mrs. Charles Cooper, 725 Hampshire avenue northeast, donation Christmas party, Mrs. Frank Curtis, lesson, Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. George Hawkins, refreshments. Central C. S. C.-Mrs. Stella Byerly, 322 Third street southwest, article for welfare. TUESDAY Friendly Circle-1 o'clock, P. G. i: E. auditorium, Christmas luncheon. St. John's Guild-1 o'clock, Mrs. David Convey, 31 Oak drive, Christmas party. Oweso club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. P. W, Collins, 103 Thirteenth street northeast. White Shrine-6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, Christinas dinner, Mrs. H. S. Marshall, chairman, Initiation. T. N. T. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Baptist Y. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Charles Guss- wint, 219 Kentucky avenue southeast, Mrs. Evelyn McCarthy, assisting. McKinSey C. S. C--7:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. Folsom, 225 Fourteenth street northeast. Church of Cl'rist Mission circle--7:30 o'clock, church parlors, Christmas program and party for children and younger members. Wilson C. S. C 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Don FitzGerald, 1012 Third street southwest. Women ot Moose-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, Christmas party with Order of Moose. .;. SIRS. JOHN MILLER HOSTESS FOP, SON' Mrs. John Miller, 320 Linden drive, entertained a gronp of children at a party Saturday afternoon en the occasion of her son, Dickey's fourth birthday. Guests included Laurlne Givler, Lou Jean Greeno, Marilyn Sherman. Patricia Brumgard, Roger Miller, Allan Holmen, Grant Cornwell, Bobby Wells, Donny Gilbert and Herbert Junior Bocthroyd. Games were played and refreshments served. Mrs. John Sherman assisted Mrs. Miller. .*, arrss FAIT, SAYHB TO IVED ELDON PARKER GOLDBTELD, Dec. 13.--Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Aliss Faye M Sayre, an instructor in the Tania high school to Eldon Parker, athletic instructor in Huron college Huron, S. Dak., to be held Dec. 28 at St. Charles. Mias Sayre is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sayre of St. Charles, former residents here where Mr. Sayre waa superintendent of schools. ELVGREN-CUMMmS OSAGE, Dec. 18.--A license to marry was granted Gillett A. Elvgren and Janet C. Cummins, both of St. Paul, at Mitchell Bounty clerk's office Saturday. 120 Milwaukee Children Meet for Yule Party One hundred and twenty children of employes of the Milwaukee railroad were guests at the annual Christmas party sponsored by the Chicago Milwaukee Railroad Women's elub Sunday afternoon in the clubrooms. A program was presented opening with a solo, "The' Birthday of a King" by Paul Conners, accompanied by Airs. W. IT. Ingraham. Christmas recitations were given by Zell Nelson, Kathryn Eolton, Billy Whiting-, Janet and Bobby McGregor, Donna Lou Irving, Phyllis Woodhouse and Audrey Jean McGraw Miss Natalie Wilson told a Christmas story. A large decorated Christmas tree was a feature of the afternoon and while the children sang "Jingle Bells" Santa Claus appeared and distributed gifts. The committee in charge of arrangements included Mrs. S. V. German, chairman, Mrs. John Nelson and Mrs. D.' C. Bolton. 16 in Group to Pass Test of Red Gross Classes in W a t e r Safety, First Aid Sponsored by Chapter. Miss Mildred Kluck, physical director at the Y. W.C. A. pool, has recently added a new group of is women and girls to the Red Cross department in water-safety. Those who passed the'swimmers tests were Wanda Breese, Jean Tam- res, Irene Van Note, Ruth Johnson Viola Morphew, Annastasia Nelson Evelyn Knock and Maxine Wilson! Dorothy Mickey repassed hers in this same group. Beginners in preparation for the later tests who passed were Bcula Riggenberg, Vio- Ita Morphew, Evelyn Kneck, Madaline Sprout, Mrs. Sory, Mrs. Wanamaker, Ruth Thompson, Wanda Breese. A group also re-passed their beginners among- which was Dorothy Mickey, Jean Tamres, Irene Van Note, Ruth Johnson, Annastasia Nelson and Maxine Wilson. To Talso Tests. ] These persons are now eligible to ! take up the junior or senior work in Red Cross methods in life saving. A class of junior girls has about completed their class and will be examined through arrangements made by Miss Kluck with the Red Cross chapter. The class in first-aid being taught by T. L. Connor each Tuesday evening- completed its official examination Thursday evening at the Red Cross rooms with Dr. B. Raymond. Weston serving- as medical advisor and examiner. This class of 14 men and women had completed the 35 hour course, and when their examination consisting of oral, written, practical, and demonstration of artificial respiration work is recorded they will be awarded the standard senior certificate of the American Red Cross for their accomplishment. This class was especially representative since it consisted of scout leaders, workers in several industries, nurses, housewives and water- safety students. New Classes riiumeit. The chapter is making' plans now :'or the classes to be held in both first aid and water-safety for the coming winter months. It is renew- ng- the instructors and examiners permits for all those who have served the chapter during the past year providing they meet the requirements of the American Red Cross standards. ' . '·· * '-*. These requirements arc that they' ; nust have reviewed their instructors' course within the past two' years, and have a place to teach ither first-aid or life-saving. A. :ield representative will be detailed :o this chapter for those who wisli .o review their instructors' courses n the near future when candidates ndicate their desire to attend. .;. JACOIJS-BAII5D NEW HAMPTON. Dec. 18.--Mur- ·iagc license was issued Saturday :o Arthur G. Jacob.?, 34, and Annie B. Baird, 30, both of Rochester, Minn. ' Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less . . . Since 192(( OUBTSSV AKD tATtEFACTTOK WITH KVEBY 1 Give Practical Gifts This Christmas It's Your Move Now! . .. We Have Assembled Everything That Will Please a Fastidious Lady! We certainly have simplified all of your Christmas shopping problems--as far as choosing gifts to please feminine fancies is concerned. We have been planning and working for months . . . just so that we might offer you everything that's newest and most intriguing- in the way of gift ideas. It's your move now . . . and a thrilling game it will prove to fill in the blank spaces on your gift lists with these lovely articles Silk and Rayon Lingerie 59c to $5.95 Dainty and prac-' tical gifts every girl] will enjoy. fefl Linen Handkerchiefs Embroidered or ap- pliqued in white and colors. 15c to 50c If// Silk Hosiery Here is a gift every lady will appreciate w i t h "De Kayo" quality. S9c and up Scarfs I For gay gifts,} I charming types 1 f o r sports o r | ] dress wear. 59c to §2.!)5 J Smart Handbags JTuclctitcs and all jother new types in 1 black and colors. | Priced from $1.00 to 55.95 "SEE Gloves (Fownes) 'Kid, capcskin and| i|suede in black! Sand colors. All I [sizes. P r i c e d | $1.98 to S3.95 YOU TOMORROW" WMi

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