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December 19, 1933

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

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 19 1933 PANHELLENIC DANCE TO BE EVENT OF YULE SOCIAL SEASON Association Makes Plans f o r A f f a i r No Invitations Issued for Traditional Christmas Time Party, Deo. 28 is the date set for Pan- liellenic holiday dance at the Hotel Hanford which will be one of the notable social events of the Christmas season. The party i3 not an invitation affair, but open to all interested and an advance ·ticket sale is being conducted by the committee in charge. Carey Brothers' orchestra from Dea Moines has been engaged to play for dancing. A large number of guests are expected from nearby towns in addition to the many college students who will bo home for the holidays. . The affair is sponsored annually to raise money for the association's scholarship fund. Loans are made from the fund to students to enable them to complete college courses. The committee in charge is headed by Mrs. Draper Long and includes Mrs. Richard E. Roney, Mrs. Frank Pearce, Mrs. Donald' Elder, Mrs.-Charles Grippen, Miss Irene Holman, Mrs, Harvey Bryant, Miss Peggy Senneff and Misa Eleanor McLaughlin. --*-Mrs. G. E. Harrison Talks on Christmas Mrs. G. E. Harrison gave a Christmas talk at the Wilson school assembl; Monday a. the school. She apoke on the legend of St. Nicholas, the custom of using Christmas trees, how Christmas is observed in Serbia, England and Holland. Mrs. Harrison also told stories concerning the origin of eating apples and mince pie at Christmas time. At the close of her talk carols were sung by the children, MISS LUCIL.E BAILEY HONORED AT DINNER. Miss La Donna Vandl Veer entertained at a surprise birthday dinner Monday evening at the Cavern in honor of Miss Luclle Bailey. Covers were placed for eight guests at a table centered with a birthday cake and red roses and lighted red tapers. After dinner the guests went . to Miss Vandl Veer's home, 428 East State street, where bridge was played with high score prize going to Mrs. Loren Fithian. Out of town guests 'included Miss Hilda Anderson of Nora Springs and Miss Lois Murray of Manly. -I T The losing football team has one consolation. It has kept the other team's coach from getting fired.-Cedar Rapids Gazette. Open Evenings All This Week 5 Good Reasons Wfiy WOMEN : ENJOY SHOPPING for MEN'S GIFTS HERE! Salesmen are alert and courteous, quick to offer suggestions if asked, but never intruding personal opinions. 2.- Articles for sale are displayed in easily seen groups that make selection easy. And there is plenty of it. The name Gildners stands for proved style and quality in men's clothes and furnishings. ., 4. The type of merchandise on display here is the type that a man regularly chooses for himself (so you run no risk of failing to please). Prices meet your purse more than half way, because we bought early and generously, before the rise. Get io Know Open Evenings AH This Week Wife Preservers Mashed banana added to egg whites is a good substitute for whipped cream. 50 McKinley School Children Guests of Hi-Tri Club Members Hi-Tri club entertained 50 first and second grade children of McKinley school at a Christmas party Monday at the school. Games were played and a program presented. Hazel Thomas told a group of stories-and Maxlne Walters, accompanied by Jean Barclay, sang "Oh Holy Night." Christmas carols were sung by Jean Barclay, Virginia Braby and Maxine Walters. The children sang carols and each child received a gift. Refreshments were served at the close of the party. THe committee in charge included Annabelle Johnson, Janan Wimmer, Hazel Thomas Edna Hoff, Virginia Braby, Mildred Hotchkln, Jean Barclay, Frances Gashel, Harriet Currie and Virginia Wolters. --*-- HAKTLEY-JIOKINNEY. DECORAH, Dec. 19.--Miss Lois Vivian McKinney, daughter of Mrs. Zoe McKittney of Decorali, and Harold Hartley, son of c. D. Hartley of New Albin, were married la Waukon by Judge H. E. Taylor. Following the ceremony the couple left'on a wedding- trip to Milwaukee and Madison, and expect to return to Decorah this week. Mrl and Mrs Hartley may make their home in New Hampton. HUSKY THROATS Overtaxed by speaking-, singing, smoking Philosophy Class Meets atY.W.C.A. Last Woman's Club Meeting of 1933 Conducted by Literature Group. The last Woman's club meeting of the year was held Monday evening at the Y. W. C. A. when the philosophy class of the literature department met to study philosophers of the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries with Miss Alice MacDonald as leader. Miss MacDonald spoke of the life of Spinoza, a Jew who was excommunicated from the synagog for his beliefs. He held that the only happiness comes through knowledge and that God exists in two manifestations, the primary or extension manifestations such as shape or motion and the secondary, color, smell or taste. "Kant believes that man's ideas result from Ins experiences which are learned through the senses and that if matter is inconceivable it does not exist," Miss MacDonald said. She spoke of Nietzsche and Schopenhauer and discussed Nietzsche's book, "Thus Spake Zurathus tra" and his philosophy o£ the superman. "Schopenhauer felt that his women are to be given . masculine privileges, they should have been given a masculine intellect," she said. Following Miss MacDonald's talk there was an informal discussion. MOE-DAHLY. DECORAH, Dec. 19--Misa Henrietta Dahly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dahly, and Valdorf Moe, brother of Professor L,. A. Moe of Luther college, were married at the First Lutheran church by the Rev. T. A. Hoff. Miss Esther Ode was bridesmaid and Sherman Hoslett, assistant in the biological department at Luther college, was best man. Professor Nickels, Luther college, played the wedding march, and Mrs. Carolyn Jacobson Moe sang "O Perfect Love." Only members of the immediate family witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Moe left immediately afterward on a wedding trip to North Dakota, where they will visit two Bisters of the bridegroom. After the holidays they will return to Decorah to make their home. Mr. Moe is employed by the A. R. Coffeen Construction company. Christmas Suggestions Make early selections from this list and be assured of strictly fresh stock. We deliver any time, any place, anywhere. CUT FLOWERS fioses -- All colors, p«r dor. §2.00 io $3.00 Carnations -- per floi ..... 11.50 Heather -- per spray ...... 15c and 25c llhrynnnthemunifi -- per doz, $3.00 to ?3.UQ .Narcissus -- While, P" Aoi ............... 51. BO Calf ndttlas -- per doz ..... $UQO Snnpdracnns -- per Hat.. .. 51.50 to 52.00 I* ussy Willows -- j»er dor, . . aac rnlnaettlns -- Each ........ 33c to BOc Christmas special -- Vnse or Basket of cut flaivera, each ., 42, $3 and £5 Corsages -- -Each ...... , . . . $2-00 to 53.00 BLOOMING PLANTS Cyclamen -- Bed nnd pJnk, *ach . ... ............... BOc lo $5. GO Tnlnscttlas -- HeO, each ... $1.00 to Jfi.fli) (leftonlas -- Red nnd pink .. noc to 53,00 rrJmrosea -- Lavender and rink .............. 6Qc to 53.00 llyiiclnths-- «ach ........ , ao c to 3.G t Men?' anil I'epper I'lnnls torns -- 3 varieties, ench Decorative rionto -- each BOc to S2.QO 2Je to Sfi.OO 2(*c to J 5.00 DECORATIVE MATERIAL Evergreen Roplnc--per yd. lac tn 2,1c Everprccn Boughs --· ench 5c and lOc Hoxvvood--per bnnch . .80c, per In. 51.00 Holly--(IVcatcrn) per bunch 6Qc Ml* tie toe--per spmy .... lOc I'tne Cants--ench Qc unil 10c Evergreen Cemetery Blankets, Becorated ,,.£1.00 and up Red Ruacna---per spray . . IQc Wreaths--Boxwoiid, Ground Vine, Holly, ench $1.01) to $3.0u CundlcpJcccs--Each $1.00 (o $5.00 Smllax--per yard BOc Evergreen Wreaths--All coloni, sizes, (JejJffns, each 2dc to 5,1.00 Christmas Tr«es In tubs-each $1.00 to §3.00 E v«*rc re* n Wreaths--Co mpl c I e with electric bulbs, «(c $2,00 to ?3.00 Christmas Trees, each. .25c to $2 Plant llnakets--Agji't., ench S3,00 to $3.0o MJx«{ rfAnts--Choice each jl.ao to $4.CO Greenhouses open evenings and Sunday. Come out and nmUe your own selections. Phone 12Q5 Herman M.Knudson.Prop. So. Federal Avc. OP COURSE . . . IT'S L U X U S ICE CREAM FOB CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Bulk Nesseirode Pudding Cranberry Sherbet Stencil nncl F:incy Center Brl.v Christmas Tree Bell Poinsettla Individual Molds Yule Log- Santa Glaus - Bell Christmas Tree Fancy Ice Cream Cakea Phone 115 B. HIGLEY CO. Makers of LUXUS Ice Cream "THE CREAM SUPREME" FOR DAUGHTER AND DOLL FROCKS ALIKE WILL PLEASE CHILD, PATTERN SIMPLY TO FOLLOW, TAKES LITTLE TIME TO COMPLETE Globe-CjAzettc Peerless 15 Cpnt Pattern, 200 Mftli Avenue. New Vnrk CUy Br O1A.NA IMt ----· -- Social Calendar TUESDAY W. W. C. A.-8 o'clock, W. W. C. A. hall, Christmas tree and program White Shrine-6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, Christmas dinner, Mrs. H. S. Marshall, chairman, initiation, T. N. I. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Baptist Y. W. A-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Charles Gasswint, 210 Kentucky avenue southeast, Mrs. Evelyn McCarthy, assisting. McKinley C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. Folsom, 225 Fourteenth street northeast. Church of Christ Mission circle-7:30 o'clock, church parlors, Christmas program and party by children and younger members. Wilson C. S. C.--7:30 p'c}ock,,Mrs. Don FitzGerald, 1012 Third street southwest. Women of Moose-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, Christmas party with Order of Moose. WEDNESDAY Trinity Washington circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. John Peterson, 20 Fourth street northwest, Christmas party. \. Y. R. club-1 o'clock, .Mrs. Fred Bohnsack. 1641 Washington avenue northwest, g-oose dinner, arrangements for Christmas Cheer fund. U. F. S. Seniors-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Gilbert Avery, 121 Eleventh street northeast, pot luck Christmas dinner, complete Christmas doll, basket for needy. Jefferson C. S. C-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. G. E. Harrison, 122 Vermont avenue southeast. Lincoln Kadio C. S. C.-2:15 o'clock, Mrs. R. J. Longley, 107 Caroline avenue southeast, "Managing Routine." V Dolt 'em club-Mrs. Lyle Wilcox, 115/i First street southwest. Coterie club-1 o'clock, Mrs. O. A. Beerman, 545 Fourth street southwest, Christmas party. Calvary Home Missionary society-2 o'clock, Mrs. B. J. Cardey, 107 Thirteenth street northeast. Delphian society-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A,, Mrs. Frank Sheffler, "Renaissance Stories and Tales from Chaucer." Good Cheer lodge- Postponed. Shnmrock club-Mrs. Frank G. Wilson, 409 Alonroe avenu. northwest. P. E. O. DZ-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. HaiTy Seevers, Miss Minnie McCammond, 602 Adams avenue northwest, Christmas tea, social afternoon, Mrs. W. E. Long, Mrs. Max Kisslck, Mrs. H. H. Jennings, committee. P. E. O. GN-Mrs. W. H. Spence, Mrs. W. S. Wilcox, Mrs E. F. Vincent, hostesses; program of poetic music, Mrs. L. S. Sanders, Mrs. .7. H. Marston. Homo Decoration class-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Miss Sophie Chowning, leader. Yeomen-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. L. A. to B. of R. T.-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. .·Y. It I. C. nnd B. \V-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. iW. E. YOUNG PiioPLF. TO HAVE YULE 1'AKTY Members of the Young People's department of the First Methodist Sunday school and the Hi-Y club will gather Wednesday night in the Y. M. C. A. for a Christmas party. Those who attend have been asked to bring swimming suits, as the program will include swimming In the Y. M. C. A. pool. The program will consist of an -accordion trio by Warren Adklns, Paul Clausen and George Swaroff, a reading by Thaycr Randall, a. Christmas talk, games and charades. It's a cute dress for tiny tots of pre-lcindergarten and kindergarten age and one for dolly, too, included in the pattern. And aa for the making and laundering--see for yourself--it's child's play! The miniature diagram shows how utterly simple It is to make it. It buttons all the way clown the back. When it comes to pressing, it can , be opened out flat. Dolly's pattern is just like daughter's dress. It fits a doll 19 inches high. Style No. 648 Is designed ill sizes 2, 4 and G years. Of course, it is darling in numerous cottons, such as dotted dimity, plaided gingham, plain broadcloth, striped percale and checked batiste. Wool jersey and .wool chains prints can be tubbed and are cozy looking' and practical for youngsters. Size 4 requires 1% yards 35 or 39-inch material with 54 yard 35- inch contrasting for neck and plaiting. Doll's dress requires -;k yard 35 or 39-inch material. The Essence.of Fashion! All summed 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 it. ou'll find the editorials amusing .and helpful. "Sure Cure for the Blues" contains valuable tips. Send for your copy today, inclosing 10 cents, stamps or coin. Address fashion department of this paper. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 10 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. Bits About 'Em Miss Ann Duffield has arrived from Godfrey, 111., to spend her vacation from Monticello with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Fred DufficUl, 303 Second street southeast. * * * Miss Cora Belle Price and Miss Bertha Newell of Minneapolis have arrived for a visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Burke, 328 Pennsylvania. avenue southeast, during the illness of Mrs. Burke. * ' * * Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Barclay, 322 Madison avenue northwest, will have with them for Christmas their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barclay of Joliet, III., who will arrive Friday, their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Roeder and son, Dickie, Waterloo, who will come Saturday; their daughter, Miss Ruth Barclay, who will arrive Friday from Goodell where she teaches and Ford Barclay, their son, who was expected to arrive Tuesday from Iowa City where he is a student at the University of Iowa. * ' * * Dick DeVoe arrived Tuesday from Iowa City to spend his vacation from the University of Iowa with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. DcVoe, 1010 Jefferson avenue northwest. * v * . Bufort Billman drove to Iowa City Tuesday to meet his sister, Miss Frances Billman, who will accompany him home to spend her holiday from the University of Iowa with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Billman, 422 Fourteenth street northwest. -They will be ac- companuied home by Philip Thurtle who will be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Thurtle, 1402'.j North Federal avenue, for Christmas. * * * Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bcnncff, W Beaumont drive, expected their daughter, Peggy, to arrive Tuesday from Icwa City to spend the Christmas holidays with them. * * * Miss Jean Temple will arrive Wednesday from Ames where she is a student at Iowa State college to spend the holiday recess with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Temple, 109 Connecticut avenue southeast. * * * Mrs. L. F. Anderson and children, Bobby and Patty, have arrived from Chicago to spend Christmas with Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mullan, 526 Fifth street southeast. A TREASURED GIFT It's a framed picture. We have new frames. Prompt service. Prices very rcasonnhlc. C. B. SAVAGE Slil N. Federal Side Entrance FUR COATS ure Perfect Gifts SPECIAL PRICES for CHRISTMAS! Girl Scout Troop 6 Entertains Guests Girl Scout troop six met Monday evening at the R. F. Clough home, 213 Tenth street northwest, when Mrs. T. S. Clark of Br.idgate, former director of the Mason City Girl Scouts ana Mrs. L. S: Baken, new captain of the troon, were present. The time was spent in listing prospective members and planning for future activities. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. The next session will be at the Clough home next Tuesday evening. .*,. HARDING C. S. C. AT CHRISTMAS 1M.KT.V Harding Child Study circle met with Mrs. Charles E. Cooper, 725 Hampshire avenue northeast, Monday for a Christmas party. Mrs. F. L. Curtis led the lesson on "The Family Melting Pot." Following the program there was assembly singing, stunts nnd games. Mrs. Cooper was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. George Hawkins. Christmas Party for Children at Strand Saturday Afternoon The Strand theater management is arranging a big Christmas party for children, to be held Saturday afternoon. Each child attending the matinee will be given free candy and nuts. Santa Glaus is to I)e there and an unusually interesting program of entertainment has been arranged. The picture program will include the first chapter of a new serial, "Perils of Pauline," chapter 11 of "Tarzan," and Zane Grey's story, "The Last of the Duanes." There is to be a special attraction on the stage for the afternoon show only, Tovvne's eleven performing- dogs. With such a fine program, and the treats that are to be given, many kiddies are expected to attend. System of Freedom for Children Presents Many Dangers With Benefits By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH One of the difficulties of the present day freedom of children from interference and influence is that the independence which we have aimed for is not and cannot be possible. It is not in tile nature of human beings to keep their hands off the next fellow, especially if they can attain a feeling of powei» by their example or teaching. The parent who sends his or her small child out to experience life in the world of his contemporaries must face the fact that the child will meet all kinds of children from all kinds of homes, and will inevitably have ideas put into hi.n head which may or may not be desirable. In no case, will he be left to follow his own road. One of the most unfortunate features of the system is the over- sophistication of children who arc scarcely out of the nursery, and should still be playing dolls or tiu soldiers. There is always some small girl or boy who will start the idea of "being sweet on someone," and like- a disease the fever will creep through the class, until in self defense the smallest boys and girls will be casting sheep's eyes and writing notes. Parents and teachers are sometimes not free of blame, for to many of them the picture of little children playing at being in love is "cunning." and they will talk about "your little sweetheart" and encourage their precocious sentimentality. Up to high-school age it is fat healthier for boys to look down on girls and for girls to scorn boys as nuisances. If they play together it should be as equals, with no quarter taken or given. The time will come naturally soon enough when both boys and girls awake to the fact that a complete world holds both men and women. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASED Give Practical Gifts This Christmas Gala New For Holiday Festivities m, mi Bright colored .frocks for every holiday occasion lend glamour to these festivities. Velvets, rough crepes and silks in all sizes. These values are most interesting at our low prices for that dependable "De Kaye" quality. Choose now for best selections.. Fur Coats Buy dependable quality Furs such as are found only in the E. Albrecht Son F u r j Coats of which we are ! exclusive agents. Come in and make your selection now. Also we can wire for larger varieties in your size and kind. Priced from $ 59- 75 t» $ 177- 75 "See You Tomorrow"

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