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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES_GONDUCTED BY P. E. O. CHAPTERS -» ir · -· i--V-* i " " " --- ' ' ' L . . _ --- - " ' "" · -- -- , Musical Tea GivenbyGN at Meeting Poetic Music ProgramTheme by Mrs. Marston and Mrs. Sanders. Christmas teas were held by the two P. B. O. chapters at their meetings Wednesday afternoon. Chapter DZ had a tea at the Higley home, 602 Adams avenue northwest, with Mrs. Harry Seovers and Miss Minnie McCammond as hostesses and Chapter GN met with Mrs. W. H. Speuce, 116 Washington avenue northwest, with Mrs. W. E. Wilcox, Mrs. E. F. JVincent and Mrs Spence as hostesses A program of poetic music was presented by Mrs. J. H. Marston and Mrs. L. S. Sanders at the GN meeting. Mrs. Marston sang "He Shall Feed His Flocks," from "The Messiah" by Handel and Mrs. Sanders played the adagio cantabile movement from "Sonata Patheti- que" by Beethoven and "The Eri King." Mrs. Marston sang "Oh Wert Thou In the Cauld Blast" by Mendelssohn. Mrs. Sanders played "Nacht Stuck" by Schumann, Mrs. Marston, "June" by Willeby and Mrs. Sanders, two numbers, "Elsa's Wife Preservers To carry out color schemes for parties, cut doilies from colored tissue or crepe paper and use under plates or glass cups. PRE - CHRISTMAS SALE of HOLIDAY FROCKS Dream" from "Lohengrin" and 'Waltz in A Flat" by Brahms. "Shoogy Shoo" by Ambrose, "Twas April" by Nevin and "Heartsease" by Branscombe were sung by Mrs. Marston. Mrs. Sanders played "Mazurka in E. Flat" by Saint Saens. Mrs. Marston read a short sketch on Christmas by Charles G. Dickens and sang "Faraway," a Christmas carol. The program was concluded with the reading of a poem written by Mrs. Marston and printed in "The Silk of the Corn." Mrs. Sanders played a musical backgi'ound. Tea was served at the close o the program with Mrs. R. B. Girto and Mrs. R. E. Brisbine presidin at the tea table which was dec orated in Christmas style. The tea given by chapter DZ \va in charge of Mrs. W. E. Long. Mrs F. C. Goodman and Mrs. H. H Jennings. Christmas decoration were used throughout and Mrs Earl Smith and Mrs. H. V. Mac Gregor poured. "It's . forward pass, folks! Whoa I'm wrong! That inflation pass was a fake -· ' there goca Quarterback Roosevelt right through congress's line for a sound-money touchdown! Smart football, what?"--Dufiuquo Method 1st Young People Present at Yule P a r t y One hundred and fifty attended the annua! Christmas party of the Young People's department of the First Methodist Sunday school, which was held jointly with the Hi-Y club Wednesday night at the Y. M. C. A. A short Christmas talk was given by the Rev. William H. Speuce. Thayer Randall presented a Christmas reading and accordion numbers were played by Warren Adkir.v Paul Clausen and Georgre Swaroff. Those attending divided into groups for charades and games. Swimming in the Y. Jr. C. A. pool was also enjoyed. SMART AND WEARABLE n TM TM BY SLIMM1 NG LINES OF WRAP AROUND I' ROCK; DIAGONAL CUT OF BODICE GOOD FEATURE Kto-UatrHt I'ftrlcss 15 (Tnt l-ntl.rn, 200 Flflti Avrnue, New Vnrk city By D I A N A B A V ~ - -- ^-- - - HELPING THE HOMEMAKER SILKS, CREPES, FAILLES Variety of Styles All Colors Sunday Nite, Afternoon, Street Dresses CHRISTMAS GIFTS BOOKS GLOBES GAMES BIBLES MOTTOES DIARIES PICTURES STATIONERY LEATHER GOODS FOUNTAIN PENS SUBSCRIPTIONS PLAYING CARDS WRAPPINGS SEALS SETS DUPLICATE BRIDGE BOARDS GREETING CARDS REAL BARGAINS Do Christmas Right and Economically as You Wish We'll Help You YELLANDHANES 114 N. FEDERAL, Phone 400 31-13 1C. State By IRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Malting Croquettes Croquettes can be made from cooked fish, fowl, vegetables or meat by adding the cooked product t o a t h i c k creamy sauce, then d i p p i n g them in rolled bread or cracker crumbs and in egg yolk and c r 11 m b s a n d shaping- as desired. The cro- q u e t t e s a r c usually m a d e into cone, cylinder, cake, ball or cutlet shape, , fried in deep hoi MB.AIKAWDKGWME fat until a light )ro\va color and then served hot. KIce Croquettes, Serving 3 Three tablespoons butter 3 tablespoons flour IVa cups milk ii teaspoon salt li teaspoon celery salt U teaspoon paprika ii cup pimiento cheese l l ,2 cups boiled rice Vz cup crumbs 1 egg- yolk 1 tablespoon water Vi cup fat Melt butter and. add flour. When lended add milk and seasonings. Vdd cheese and stir until melted, dd rice and cool mixture. Take ablespoonful oE mixture, ,dip in crumbs and then in the egg;.yolk and water and again dip in the rumbs and shape into balls or flat akes. Heat fat in frying pan, add roquetles and cook until well rowned. Creamed Celery Two-thirds cup diced celery 3 ',2 cups water !i teaspoon salt Mix ingredients and cook slow- y ill covered pan for 25 minutes. Jrain and reserve 2-3 cup of celery tock. The remaining stock can be ave'd and used in soups or stews. Cream Sauce Three tablespoons butter 4 tablespoons flour 2-3 cup celery stock 2-3 cup milk 1-3 teaspoon salt Melt butter and add flour, mix veil and add reserved celery stock, milk and sauce. Cook slowly, stir- ing constantly, until thick creamy auce forms. Add and serve at once. cooked celery famous GOTHAM GOLD STRIPE a just-before-Christmas special sheer c h i f f o n s _ 3 Pair C §2.35 T X T »V NOTES TO MEN help you choose her shade from all the smart new colors She'll likn the garter-proof hem and reinforced foot. We'll wrap them beautifully in an Abel Son, Inc. gift box. MASON CITY'S - CHRISTMAS^ STORE /o, MEN --' -" // / / I ' J l ~~ ^. ' AT NUMBEP SEVEN] SOUTH FEDERAL (pi^gSa-xfca 'hristmas Program Given by W.W.C.A. Lodge and Auxiliary A Christmas program sponsored by the W. W. C. A. and auxiliary was held in the lodge hall with 44 children and 54 adults present. The program opened with the singing of "Silent Nig-ht" by Mrs. William Huffman, Mrs. Art Warner, Don Warner and Mr, and Mrs. Peter Herzog, accompanied by Mrs. Herzog. Christmas recitations were given by the children of Charles Loe, Guy Angells, John Berr,. Art Wagner and Edwin Downing and by Mary Dunahoo and Bobby Carroll. Junior Leonard gave a number of cornet solos. The choir sang "Jinsrle Bells' and "Old Black Joe." The program was concluded with the entrance of Santa Clans. «-ho spoke briefly to the children and distributed bags of candy. G. F. s. SENIOR'S MEET AT DINNER -The Senior group of the G. F. S. met for its annual Christmas pot hick dinner Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Avery 121 Eleventh street northeast The Christmas doll which the group has been dressing was completed and a basket was packed for a needy family. K U H I,E KS - BOELM A N BELMOND, Dec. 21:-- Mr. and Mrs. Will Boelman announce the marriage of their daughter, Thada to George KuhlerH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kuhlers of Mescrvey, which took place in the Reformed church parsonage home east of here the Rev. O. G. Poppen officiating! They were attended by Miss I e n - rielta Boelman and Peter Baker Following- the ceremony a d i n n e r was served at the home of Uie bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs Kiih- era will reside on a farm north of , Mcsci-vey. Youthful woolen dress of tailore theme is given smart distinctio through its buttoned treatment. It's smart and wearable in ric rust shade in sort woolen as it inspirator. The collar and cuffs ad attractive contrast in brown benga line silk. The novel wooden button and belt buckle tone with th brown shade. It's simplicity itself to fashior it and at a small outlay. Style No. 837 is designed for size 16, IS, 20 years, 36, 38, 40, 42 am 4,4 inches bust. Of course, you can choose othe schemes if you will, faille crepe silk wool and silk mixtures, silk tha looks like wool, etc., arc most suit able for this model. Size 36 requires 4 yards 39-inch material with ?i yard 39-inch con trasting. The Essence of Fashion! All summed up for you in this exciting New Boole of fashions and patterns. If you pride yourself on you being in the" "fashion know,' can't afford to miss it. You'll find the editorials amusin and helpful. "Sure Cure for the Blues" contains valuable tips. Send for your copy today, enclosing: 10 cents, stamps or coin. Ad, . dress fashion department of this paper. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 .,,,,,, ,,, 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. 837 Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Miller of Sioux City are expected to visit Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr .and Mrs. A. B. Hunkins, 323 First street northeast, for the Christmas season. Mr. and Mrs. Brayton Millington and son, Dick, will accompany them here to visit their parents. * tt * Bob Pauley lias arrived from Ames, where he attends Iowa State college, .-to spend Christmas 1 ; with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray 'Pauley, 83 River heights. - » « g Mrs. Ed Deeny, 110 Sixth street southwest, and her niece, Dorothy Deeny, St. Paul, will leave Cor Denison, Texas, Friday to spend Christmas with the Rev. Bernard Deenv. * v- * Ray Sency, Jr., is .spending his Christmas vacation from Carletou college, Northfield. Minn., with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seney, 622 Washington avenue northwest. * * w Dick CuiTie lias arrived from Mount Vernon, where ho attends Cornell college, to spend Christmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Currie, 416 Adams avenue northwest. * ^ ^ Mrs. Henry clay Shipman, 1418 North Federal avenue, has left for Sioux City where she will be the holiday guest of her daughter Mrs Raymond B. Wixson. * * · « Clyde Smith lias come from Evanston, 111., where he is working for an advanced degree at Northwestern university, to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs C. R. Smith, 325 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Miss Jeanne Ericaon is homo irom Christian college, Columbia, Mo. to spend Christmas w i t h - h e r parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ericson, 121 Pennsylvania avenue southeast * * t ' ' Miss Maxine Beerman is expected from Minneapolis on Friday to spend her vacation from the University of Minnesota with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Beerman, 545 Fourth street southeast · i s * Raymond Huglies, a student at the Unii'ersity of Minnesota, will arrive Saturday from Minneapolis to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. R. E. Dull, 18 Adams avenue southwest. * i V: William Rae has arrived from Iowa City, where he attends the University of Iowa, to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Rae, 817 Second street southwest. ;= -^ * Miss Jean Lovell is spending her vacation from the University of Iowa with her.parents, Mr, and Mrs. F. C. Lovell, 212 Second street southeast. Air. and Mrs. J. A. Young and daughter, Jean Ann, Lincoln. Nebr have arrived to spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gile, 322 Fifth street northwest. COLLEGE Y. GIVES CHRISTMAS PARTY College Y. Members entertained 36 children of the first and second grades of Grant school at a Christmas party at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock Carols were sung and the story of "The Little Boy Who Never Heard of Christmas" was told by Natalie Wilson. Games were played and refreshments served at the close of the afternoon. Margaret Patton and Dorothy Dunn were in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Dennis Installed as New Officer Auxiliary to B. of R. T Meets at Y. W. for Ceremonies. The Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen met Wednes day evening at the Y. W. C. A. for installation of officers with Mrs. A L. Kirby, past president, acting as installing officer. Mrs. J. E. Dennis was installed as president, Mrs. Henry Smith, vice president, Mrs. Rella Postma, secretary; Mrs. Guy Davis, treasurer; Mrs. Walter Hendrickson, conductress; Mrs. Elizabeth Stanton, chaplain; Mrs. John Huffman, warden; Mrs. William Ross, inner guard and Mrs. C. L. Swanson, outer guard. Mrs. Henry Smith was named legislative representative and Mrs. Kirby, alternate. Mrs. H. E. Kennedy is the delegate and was also installed as pianist. Following the ceremonies, gifts were exchanged and refreshments were served. AUXItlAKV BROADCAST PLANNED Mrs. Ben Gustafson, local radio chairman for the American Legion cents in auxiliary, has announced the regular roadcast of the state auxiliary 'or Friday at 4:30 o'clock from WOI at Ames. H. E. Pride of Iowa State college will speak, Mrs. John ""aunt will give greetings and the .mes high school chorus will sing. Christmas Is a Mood Arising From Spirit · of Giving to Others y BROOKE METERS CHURCH All over the world there are ountless parents who are wonder ng what they can do to make hristmag a joyous season. Hundreds of people to whom hristmas has been a time of lavish xpenditure find themselves too oor for anything approaching former years. But Christmas is a mood rather ban a festival. With the right spirit ven a very slim purse can make a oyous holiday out of it. There are many things which in etter years we give the children, ot as presents, but as matter of ourse necessities--mittens, muf- ers, woolen socks, silk stockings, alnty lingerie. There was a time rtien such things were hard to ac- uire, and the giving and receiving f them was an occasion. Why not go back to the ways of ur ancestors? Does Tommy need new mittens? et him put his hands in his pockets or a day or two and learn how old hands can feel, and ho will open oyously the gorgeously wrapped 'arm mittens on Christmas mom- l?. Does Marjoric want a new doll? Vhy not set up a dolls' hospital and enovate the old ones? A little paint nd glue will do wonders for the doll amily, and if mother adds a new utfit for them, the boy of the little nother when she sees her refur- ished family will repay the trouble Sally, who is growing up, is short n underwear or stockings. Let her o s'Sort a little longer, and then, 'hen she is quite desperate, have he new clothes ready for Christ- nas. It is the thrill of preparation, the tmosphere of everyone thinking of :hers which gives Christmas most f its flavor. In the years of plenty ·e lost much of it, and perhaps it is ne of the treasures which hard i times will give back to our children Social Calendar THURSDAY CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS Make early selections from this list and be assured of strictly fresh slock. We deliver any time, any place, any\vherc, DECORATIVE MATERIAL Kvcrprccn Hoping:--pfr $d. Cvrrffrvcn nou^h.s -- ettch Hoxwonii--per Minch iJOc, OUT FLOWERS CnrriatinU r " T ""' |)Pr J o r - *~-°® t o S5 "°° lln.lhcr--pr r spray 13c nm! 2,%c i . i i r j snntncmum* -- j» u r tf"" .5:1,00 to -Mirrishus -- wiille, per dot. J 1 . . T O rtir«!n«hilns---prr dor. $ tMn Minpdnu-on*--[ifr tint. . . S I . i H c i £.MI rus*y \Villow.s--per ifoz. ;),«? IMnsrlllu*--crtcli 33 C lo AUc t l i r U l n m s .spcchit -- Vusr. r«r Ji' fc !{ri of" fui fhm- or» ( i-arli $·_', f;t :if , ( | ^3 C ormReft--rncfi , $3.00 to $.VOO BLOOMING VLANTS Cyclamen--rM and plntr. ( N'fh 5Qr. to S.l.ui} 1'i'lnsetlluh--red, each . , , i | , Q C | t* $ft.OU Hr^nnliLS---ml nn«I ||jik 3Qe (n $3.U(J t'efmetisvs -- lavender urul f i n k fiPr to S'2.01) SAc lo $,1.UO We to S3.00 Holly Ixinrh (Western) l,Te tn 2Jc ftcumlloc per Ih. Sl.OO i 0 c Cc anil I 0 c Ml»lleloe-- per spray . . . I'lno ;mM-- nth ...... . liieritrefn "Jemelery Blan- liels, IlecaruteJ ....... SI. 00 and up ll*d Jla»cu5 -- per spray . . jg c \\ r f- a I h n -- . Holwaod, (in, mid 1'lnc, Ilnlly -- ,· ''T/' .""· .............. fl 01 lo S ''-"» C«nH!rPI«r«-«ach ...... i 1.00 to «.llo ^niltnx-- per jnrj ....... ,,,," Kvercreen WrailM -- nil coTora, aliea, designs -- ptete with electric ''* o J5.01) Christmas Trees, each 25n to Sa 5Uc t* .5^.00 fiOc to $3.UD C'hcrry nnd J'rppcr I'lanm rnrli Kerns--3 varledos, v u c h , , npfnnillv* 1'lnnS--e»ch . I'fntil Un^krlM -- u»»'l., . l l r i l f l ) *3-»») t«i 85.00 -Hxed I'hinla--Choice each f 1.30 tu $4.00 Greenhouses open evenings mid Sunday. Come out nnd make your ou'ii selections, KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE 1205 South Federal F'honc 55 n. N. A 7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Christmas tree and program for R. N A Juveniles. Trsalnla club -1 :30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A C. D. A.-S o'clock, Eagles liall. FRIDAY Kiuii Dnbblo cluss -Postponed. \\ f ome»'s Labor Burfuiu -Labor temple, election of officora and initiation. Christian Workers ^vision _ 2:30 o'clock, :i, Mrs. Ralph Fistlcr 521 Fifteenth street southeast; 4, Mrs. W. A. Combs, 30!) West State -street; 5, Mrs. .Tame.s R. Odle, 1103 Pennsylvania avenue northwest; Mrs. F. L. Ries, 720 Fifteenth street northeast. Portland Progressive cl«l -Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Baunitm. rVomen'a Labor bureau _ 7:30 o'clock. Labor temple. Daughters of Veterans -7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Four Indians in Arizona, were :il!ea in a quarrel growing- out or . checker game. And bridge has seen condemned because of nothing vorse than exchange of kicks under the table. -- Pasadena Post. Music and Story of Christmas at P. G. E, Party Employes of the Peoples Gas and Electric company met Wednesday evening at the P. G. and B. auditorium for a Christmas party. A program was given including the reading- of Christmas stories by Mrs. J. E. McDonald. Carols were sung by Darlene Williamson, Paul Roberts, Maxine Walters, Betty Ann Webster, Bob Haafe, Russell Herseth, Don Kunz and Bill Bennett. An orchestra including H. D. Makeover, R u t h Ann O'Neill, Muriel Ogden and Mrs. F. J. Elliott played several selections. Refreshments were served at the close of tiie evening and gifts were exchanged. A feature of the evening was a Christmas tree and the appearance of Santa Claus. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT HAJMPTON HAMPTON, Dec. 21.--County Clerk w. T. Webb Issued marriage licenses to Julius Hoyer, 29, and Louisa Doorman, 22, both of Hampton, and Bernice M. Passehl, 10, Latimer; Kenneth A. Clark, 24, and Dorothy May Disney, 19, both of Waterloo. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1S120 SOURTESV A N D SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASED fi-JK KASiT STATE wm^ v M Last Minute Shoppers Thronging Lundberg's SWrc "De Kaye's" Shopping Suggestions Here A^re Clothes and Accessories to Match the Bright Spots in Your Holiday Calendar! .-, ,_^ friciMl From Coats (For bport and Dress Wear). .. .$10.98 and up Fur Coats (For Beauty and Warmtli). .§3),75 and up Silk Frocks (Bright colors, all sixes). . .§ 8.93 and up Sunday Nite Frocks (Black and Colors) $12.'J5 and up 1'ajamas (Silks, Cordurc^s, Cottons)..$ 3.98andiip Robes (Silks, Velvets, etc.) § 5.95 ;lnd U p Lingerie (Silk and Rayon in all kinds). .$ 1.00 and up Scarf Sets (Bright colors in every style) S 1.00 and up Hosiery (Silk, full fashioned, "De Kaye" Quality) $ .89 and up Gloves (Knit, wool and Suede) $ .75 and up Purses (Leather, Wool, Beads) ; $ l.oo and up Choose Stevens' C O Z Y S L I P P E R S for Gifts Their case and comfort will serve as j ant reminders of your thoughtfulness after the holidays are past. pleas- Jong Many fine new styles for all the family Exquisite "As You Like It" H O S I E R Y A delightful Gift idea. You'll win the heartfelt gratitude of any I.idy, if vou give her these exquisite stockings ""for Christmas. Stevens Shoe Co. 50i1 North Federal Ave.

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