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December 18, 1933

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

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Jl DECEMBER IS B| 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN PACKED CHURCH GREETS PERFORMANCE OF "THE MESSIAH Epic Music Well Given [· by Singers :. Joseph M. Power Directs f Woman's Club Event 5, at M. E. Church. Evidencing that it is posaible to N get out an audience, and an appreciative one, in Mason City, for good )music, the First Methodist church was packed Sunday evening for the presentation of "The Messiah," by | the music department of the Wo\ man's club. The performance was Fit Also evidence of the type of contri- Kbution which the Woman's club Lvnakea to the life of the commun- EKJ. The majestic ami beautiful music ^sft Handel's moat famous oratorio SI|iich has been popular since the ·Mhteenth century fared well in its *\i rpretation by a community 5|i'rus under the direction of Joseph i Power. The voices followed un- ngly the demands of the leader [ performed the choruses of the orio harmoniously, rising to ;ial brilliance for the much lov- ''Glory to God" number. I Soloists Notable. he soloists, Mrs. C. G. Maudsley, .pa.no, lies. W. L. Bennett, mez- jcontralto, Earl Dean, tenor, and ,vrence Cain, baritone, gave ex- lent renditions of the many rec- Uons and airs which make up the itorio and sang through the vary- r moods of the epic with great ;llng and beauty. Mrs. Bertha Patchen, organist, tss Ruth Stevens, pianist, Mrs. ower, cellist, aod Mr. Power, vio- linist, provided an attractive and sympathetic accompaniment for the performance of the choruses and soloists. The whole production was marked by the finish and integration which has always characterized the work of Mr. Power. The listeners responded attentively to the sweep of the music from the opening mood of longing for the Messiah, through the joy of His coming, His sufferings and death and exaltation, the spread of the gospel and the final declaration of faith in the existence of God, immortality and eternal joy. "Hallelujah Chorus." The final glorious "Hallelujah" chorus was sung with the audience standing as has been the custom since Its first rendition in London in the eighteenth century when King George II, carried away by pioua emotion, rose to his feet for the singing of the chorus. Arrangements for the production were made by the music committee of the club of which Mrs. R. F. Kunz is chairman. Her committee includes Mrs. B. I. Bright, Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, Mrs. C. E. Oilman, and Mrs. Maudsley. PHOENICIAN CLUB HAS YULE PARTY Members of the Phoenician club met for a Christmas breakfast Sunday morning at the Jefferson Amber room. Poinsettias and red tapers decorated the table where covers were placed for 14. Guests in eluded the Misses Kathryn Kohl, Lillian Rhodes and Vesta Knierem. There was an exchange of gifts. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED TO COUPLE A marriage license has been Issued to Carroll Schoonover, 19, and Dorothy Klatt, 18, both of Mason City. Wife Preservers You can use a mashed banana and bit of butter in place of milk or cream in making cake icing with confectioner's sugar. This gives the icing a delicious flavor. Owl Club Plans for New Year's Supper Dance Owl club members will hold their annual watch night party Sunday evening, Dec. 31, at the Hotel Hanford. Arrangements have been made for a Sunday night aupper to be served at 10:30 o'clock and dancing will begin at 12 o'clock. The Carey Brothers orchestra from Des Moines will play for the affair which will be one of the outstanding Eccial events of the season. A number of out of town guests will attend the affair,, The ranks of the Owl club are generally augmented at holiday time by flons and daughters home from school for Christmas. Traditional Yule Greens Hung at' Christmas Program Given Under Direction of Tusalata Club. The traditional ceremony of the anglng of the greens was observed t the Y. W. C. A. Sunday afternoon t 4 o'clock under the sponsorship f the religious education commit- ee with the Tusalata club in charge. The program opened with the miring of carols by the assembly ollowed by the Bi'blical story of 'hristmas given by Miss Gladys Hetland. Mrs. H. V. MacGregor of- ered a Christmas prayer. Carols fere played by Lucile Byerly, clar- net; Bernice Petelko, piano, Carlon Rohr and Richard Byerly, vio- in. A group of girls from the I. O. O, F. home gave a play, "Hanging he Greens," under the direction of rliss Teresa Holt. The cast included flleanor French, Leva Hermann, Marie McCammell and Dorothy Rose. The Lincoln seventh grade Girl Reserves sang "Deck the Halls" to close the program. Decoration of the hristmas tree was conducted by he Girl Reserves under the direc- fon of Miss Margaret Hotchkln, Miss Hertha Haase and Miss ladys Hetlnncl. Miss Helen Meyer Tusalata president, presided during :he afternoon. OPEN EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK Are you UP A TREE on the problem of Gifts for Men? Check This List . . . See Our Windows Suits $19.50 to $45.00 " Overcoats $14.75 to $40.00 Sheep Coats $ 7.85 to $19.85 Dress Shirts i .98 to $ 2.50 Wool Flannel Shirts $ 1.69 Neckwear $ .39 to $ 2.50 Underwear ? .35 to $ 5.00 Hosiery $ .18 to $ .75 Sweaters $ 1.19 to $ 5.00 Bath Robes $ 4.85 to $12.50 Gloves $ .95 to $ 4.00 Pajamas $ 1.39 Mufflers $ .79 Garters $ .25 Belts $ .65 Suspenders $ .50 Handkerchiefs ...$ .10 Tie Clasps $ .50 Key Chains _ Hats $ 2.50 Caps $ 1.00 Oxfords $ 3.95 to $ 5.00 to $ 4.00 to § .50 to $ 1.00 to $ 1.00 to $ 1.00 to S 1.00 $ 1.00 to $ 6.50 to $ 2.50 to S 6.50 A Big Department Full of Boys' Togs too. He'll Be Glad to See Our Label On His Gift Buy Him a Useful Gift for Christmas Get to Know What is more useful than something 1 to wear OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. ALL THIS WEEK Q HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Christmas Dinner Cranberry cocktail is especially appropriate to serve with the holiday feast as . it has t h e Christmas color as well as being a typically holiday f o o d . The cocktail can be s e r v e d in small glass cups and used at Hie first course for t h e d i n n e r . Smal! s a l t e d wafers or celery sticks c a n be served with the cocktail or It can be served alone. Mt5. AUXAUOlfc KCttE ueen Esther Class Meets for Christmas Vespers at Curries Forty members of the Queen Esther class of the First Methodist church met for a Christmas vespei service at the home of their teacher, Frank Currie, -516 Adams avenue northwest, Sunday afternoon at t o'clock. Tho program included Christmas carols sung by a group of Miss Elen Smith's pupils including Harriet Currie, Jean MeArthur, Madalynne 'owel!, Russell Hersetb, Roger Downing and Bob Haase. Charlotte Stcinmcyer of the Lincoln school played several numbers accompanied by Phyllis Neelings. Mr. Currie led the lesson and a. social hour followed. Miss Irene Massey was chairman of the committee. FRIENDSHIP DINNEK ' CLUB AT MEETING Tho Friendship Dinner club met for a surprise pnrty on Dr. and Mrs. George H. Git7. and Harry .Brown Sunday at the Gltz home, 127 Thirteenth street northeast. Following dinner the members attended the performance of "The Messiah." fho party included Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Saug, Mr. and Mrs. George Walters, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cagle* Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Dr. and Mrs. Gitz. MEXU Cranberry Cocktail Roast Turkey Chestnut Stuffing- Wild Rice Creamed Turnips Rolls Currant Jelly Celery Olives Bak«d Date Pudding Fluffy Sauce Coffee Cranberry Cocktail 4 cups berries, 4 cups water, 2-3 cup sugar, V. teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 tablespoon orange juice. Boil berries and water until berries are soft. Pour into jelly bag, let drip. Do not press pulp through bag. Add rest of ingredients to juice. Boil one minute. Cool and chill. Serve in small glasses. Chiisnut Stuffing 1 pound chestnuts, 4 cups broad crumbs, 2 tablespoons chopped onions, 2 tablespoons chopped celery. 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, 1 teaspoon salt, ',1 teaspoon paprika, 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning', 1 /i cup butter, melted, 1 egg, beaten, 2 tablespoons cream. Boil chestnuts In water to cover until skins soften. Remove shells and with sharp knife peel off brown undcrskin. Cool. Chop or cut chestnuts Into Vs inch pieces, add to rest f ingredients which have been Icndcd together. Lightly stuff fowl. tit. AND SHIS. C'UJIMINGS INTKHTA1N AT PARTY Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cummlngs nd family entertained 44 friends nd neighbors at a card party at heir home eight miles south of Lake Saturday evening. Five umdred was played with high score Ends a Cold SOONER PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS. One-half Carat Diamond Exceptional Vuliic 110 oo ONLY A. FEW SUCH VALUES LEFT Diamonds have artvnnccd abovo this price. WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE Three Dances Set for This Week-End at Lake Country Club Holiday decorations have been put up at. the Clear Lake Country club and everything is in readiness for the three dances to be held there over the coming week-end, according- to Manager Walt Ames. The interior decorations include trees, wreaths, roping, tinsel and strings of colored electric lights. Large Christmas trees, wreaths and clusters of lights have also been put up at the front of the clubhouse and at the two main entrances on the paving to the south. Carey brothers' orchestra of Ames will furnish the music and novelties for the dance to be held at the country club next Saturday night, and Sunday night. The affair Sunday will start at 11 p. m., and continue until 4 a. m., Monday, Dec. 23. Bohby Griggs and liis band hag been boolced for the annual Christmas dance to be- held Monday night, Dec. 25. This group of musicians played there two weeks ago and made a decided hit with North Iowa dance fans. These three dances, judging by past years, will attract many of the college and university students in this community who will he home tor the holidays. .^» ArAIUflAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES WEST UNION, Dec. 18,--Marriage licenses have been Issued by Clerk E. A. Traeger to Albert F, Lenins of Oelwein and Mildred E. Vargason of Winthrop and to Harry Kauten and Dorothy Hillman both of Oelwein. .;. Homesickness Is Real Agony to Child; May Be Avoided With Ease By liliOOKE TETEKS CHURCH. Mrs. Jones was a devoted mother and spent IL large part of her time with her children. Slie was always there to tuck them in bed at night, and seldom left home lest they feel lonely In hci absence. When she did go out, the tears and wails with which the children celebrated her departure made her so wretched that her whole trip would be spoiled by the memory of them. In time, however, tlio children themselves had to leave home to go to school and college, or to pay vis its to frienrls. But the pattern of their early life stayed with them, and their suffering at the inevitable FAR FROM MARY allow them to become in any way dependent on her presence. As they grow older she may send them on an occasional visit of a tew days to some friend or relation and so further loosen the tie nmi prepare the child for a normal and 'ndependent life. I.O.O.F. Dancing Club Function Wednesday The I. O. O. F Dancing club'i Christmas dance will be held at the Odd Fellows hall Wednesday night, with Turk Ramsey and his Peppei Shakers, Albert Lea, supplying the music. The committee in charge o! the event Is contemplating: a special holiday program for the dance. Dr. Diliy, Former Garner Woman's Husband, Buried GARNER, Dec. IS.--Mr. and Mrs. John Lyman went Saturday to Des Moines to attend the funeral of Dr. Harry Dilly, 41, husband of their niece, formerly Miss Jnne Ramsay. At Belmond the Lynuinu were Joined by Editor and Mrs. Wallace Ramsay also uncle and aunt of Mrs. Dilly. Mrs. Dilly formerly lived here. Hero's Douglas Fiiirliajiks at St. Morlto, Switzerland, whero Ho is enjoying winter sports mid keeping silent about Mary IMclcfnrii's s;uit for divorce. (Associated 1'ress I'hoto). lure welfare at heart, will forego the subtle flattery of being too necessary to her children. If she is wiso she will not let them interfere with her normal social life any more than possible; she will ac custom them to being occasionally looked after by others and 'Will no Man is supposed to be the stronger sex, but -show us one who can dress a year-old baby in less than 40 minutes.--Midwest Itevlow^ We Have AH Had to Scratch for a living in 1033. We rxrj going to have to scratch during 1834. KEEP YOUR TOES IN PERFECT CONDITION L AIRD^CJ 14 E. Stale St. |j3r I A I R D ' 14 E. State St. Where Shoes Are Really Fitted iri7.es going to Mrs. John England and Pete Fesler and low to Mrs. ·Ton-is Nelson and A. J. Robinson. Refreshments were served. The juests included Pete Fesler and amily, Alfred Ostrap, Hanic TyJon and family, Albert Tylon and family, ohn England and "family, Morris Velson nnd family, Harry Fosters nd family, Scott Rule and family, Tom Barlow and family, John Miler, Mi-, and Mrs. J. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burroughs and ~l. L. Towne, all of Mason City. HOVELANTJ-GIUGGS. KANAWHA, Dec. IS.--The mar- ·lage has been announced of .lohn Hoveland of Kanawha and Mis? Wary Ellen Grlggs of Thompson, N. Dak., which took place in Minnc-, apolis, on Dec. 27, 1032. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max "Iriggfi of Thompson, N. Dale., is a raduate of the Mayvillc Normal school in North Dakpta and until recently has been a teacher in the public schools in Grafton, N. Dak., The bridegroom, a son of Robert Hoveland of Kanawha, is the manager of the Farmers Oil company here. He was overseas in the World war for about 15 months. Later he attended Waldorf junior college in Forest City and was graduated from the St. Olaf college in Northfield, Minn. He taught school for five years and then came to Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Hoveland are at home in Kanawha. VALDA WALSH TO WBI) CLARENCE 8CHRAGB BRISTOW. Dec. 18.--Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Valda Walsh to Clarence Schrage on Thursday, Dec. 21, at the Lutheran church at Vilmar. A reception will follow the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Walsh. R. F. S. SENIORS PLAN YULE DINNER The G. F. S. Senior group will meet for Its annual Christmas pot luck dinner Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Avery, 121 Eleventh street northeast. Plans for the Christmas doll will be completed and arrangements made for a basket for the needy. separations was so acute nnd deep that it shadowed their school period. One of the most wretched experiences of childhood, and o«e which IE seldom taken seriously enough Js homesickness. The agony Is very real, often real enough to affect a child's health, for the child who is enduring- it cannot eat or sleep and takes no pleasure in anything. It is easier to prevent than cure, Tor if it has been allowed to develop in a child, it Is almost impossible to overcome until the child is old enough to help in effecting: the cure. The mother who has her child's fu- Pictures Framed Have pictures framed for Christmas. Modern style frames. Reasonable prices. C. B. SAVAGE 81!) N. 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