The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 9
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December 21, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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DECEMBER 21 M 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Chicagoan to Talk at December Session of Railway Employes The officers and committee members of the Chicago and North West- atgi Railway Employes' club met in Superintendent Boyle's office Wednesday evening 1 to nominate officers and make plans for the next meeting: which Is to be held Dec. 28 nt the P. G. B. auditorium. It was announced that George Olsen, special representative of the traffic department, Chicago, will be the guest speaker and will present a message which will be of Interest to all railroad employes. The committee members served as a nominating committee to elect new officers for the coming year and the following were nominated. W. S. Kollman and Fred \V. Berger for president; P. D. Gustafson and Seymour Angel for vice president; Miss Jessie Stetzer and Glenn Gilbertson for secretary; and George Van Nest and Andrew Frelund for publicity director. L. J. Pion, president, and Andrew Frelund, secretary, were in charge of the meeting. Grace Evangelical Christmas Program on Friday Evening The Sunday school o£ the cfracc Evangelical church will give its annual Christmas program at 7:30 Friday evening. The forepart of the program will consist of recitations, exercises and songs presented by members of the children's division up to and including part of the juniors. This will be followed by a pa*cant, "The Nativity," by Rosamond Kiball, presented by yo\mg folks from the intermediate and senior division of the Sunday school. The pageant portrays the nativity of the Christ-child 'in four scenes. The Bible story is presented by a reader, Vivian Jewctt and character parts are taken as follows: Zacharias, Oscar Fewins; Mary, Vema Winchell,- Josep ·, Marcel Ulschner; Shepherds, Ernest Pickering, Dana Squier and Jimmy Haeusch; the wise men, Robert Burgraff, Melvin Baker and Richard Coons; the Angel Gabriel, Doris Squicr; other angels, Shirley Baker, Betty Colleu, Harriet Scha'ffer and Betty Jean Armstrong. Music will be furnished by the Sunday school orchestra and by a children's choir. The general committee in charge of the program consists of Mrs. M. S. Resor, Mrs. Frank Fewins and Mrs. Ara Squire. .;. MB. AND MRS. GAGE HONORED AT PARTV Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gage, 220 Fifth street northeast, were honored at a surprise party Wednesday evening at their home on tho occasion of their fifty-third wedding anniversary. The house was decorated In Christmas style and 500 was played with prizes going to Mrs. K G. Mitchell and Mra. Martin Lewis. Refreshments were served. Arrangements were in charge of Mrs. Marian Kephart. WIG AND MASQUE MEETS AT SCHOOL Wig and Masque, college dramatic club, met in the high school auditorium when "The Old Lady Shows Her Medals," a, short war play by James M. Barrie, wag given."'Die cast included Mildred Boggje, Frances L -.ughlin, Helen rrlisch, Lucille Matkowski, Clarence Nelson and Milton Raizes. Betty Green was the director. A report was given on the scrap book, carols were sung, accompanied by Harry Sclmlman and Robert Metcalf distributed Christ- maa cards. A brief criticism of the play concluded the meeting. --.;. Eli Deal has been employed by the Piedmont Wagon Manufacturing company at Hickory, N. Car., for 47 consecutive years. Xmas Specials! High Shade Sunday Nites! New Black and Whites! Smart Print Combinations! Solid Colors or Two-Tones! All Brand New! FRIDAY nd SATURDAY! NEW RASHA nd MOSSY CREPES! Fashions of outstanding individuality! Bright trimmings! Elaborate embroidery effects! Clever sleeve ideas! New interesting details! Bewitching creations--so appropriate for smart social events of the holiday season! SALE OF COATS High-type fashions at far below worth! Choice luxurious furs--fabrics of splendid quality--superior workmanship! Values you don't find every day! The Gift Supreme! ROBES Flannel . . Quilted . . Corduroy . . CORDUROY PAJAMAS 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. ihristmas Party Held at Denison Club for Brick-Tile Employes The annual Christmas party of Lhe employes of the Mason City Brick and Tile company was held Wednesday evening at the Denison clubhouse at which about -JOO attended. A program, appropriate for this occasion, was given by the children of the employes with group singing, which was led. by E'. B. Shaffer, recitations and musical numbers. Santa Claus arrived at the conclusion of the evening's program and presented more than 100 of the smaller children with presents and all with candy and apples. The evening's program was in charge of Charles F. Rush who was assisted by the various plant superintendents. "Heavenly Message" to Be Given at Olivet Church Friday Night The cantata, "The Heavenly Message," will be given by the Olivet Methodist choir Friday evening' at S o'clock at the church. ' r rs. F!o--d Fraser will direct the choir and Mrs. G. L. Wallace will be the accompanist. Following is the list of names of those who will take part: Sopranos--Mesdameg U H. Lundahl, S. W. Wilson, E. A. Flarup, Walter Hendricksou, Kirby Griffith, M. H. Sherman and the Misses R u t h Tiuney and Garnet Linclcum. Altos--Mesdames C. K. Kinney, C. E Lincieum and A. D. Anderson, hart and M. H. Sherman. Tenors--Walter HendrickBon, 13. A. Flarup, E. J. Wenrick, .T. Burk- Bass--J. W. Stokes, A. D. Anderson, C. B. Lincieum, Thomas Allen. The young people of the league will sing carols early Sunday evening instead of on Christmas morn- Ing ag has been the custom in the past. The Sunday school classes which meet in the basement will put on a program Sunday morning- at tho regular Sunday school hour, 9:50 a, m. The treats will be distributed at that time. THe grades which meet upstairs have been invited to meet in an all church party Thursday evening, Dec. 29. __._ U V. RICE HONORED AT SURPRISE VARTY L. V. Rice, 822.Connecticut avenue southeast, was honored n t a surprise party given Wednesday evening at his home by 16 friends and relatives. Tho occasion was his birthday and the time was spent in playing cards. MADISON TEACHERS GUESTS AT DINNER, Madison school teachers were entertained .at a Christmas dinnor party Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Irene Miller, 1113 Twelfth street northeast. Covers were laid for nine and the time was spent informally. ollowing the lesson there was a discussion of the effect of over- rout(nize3 or under-routinized sys- .em on the child in the present and future and the responsibility for the routine of the 32 year old child and routines in vacation. Following the neeting Mrs. Longley served refreshments. JJAUNES-SIcFEUHBX XASHUA, Dec. 21.--The Elev. William Kent officiated at the marriage of Miss Lenore McFerren daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McFcrren of Montezuma, and Edward D. Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Barnes of Malcomb, which took place at the Little Brown church Wednesday. They will make their home at Malcomb', where the bridegroom is employed by the Standard Oil company. GOOLE-SCHMIDTHUBEIl LAKE MILLS, Dec. 21--The marriage of Miss Viola Schmidthuber to Truman Goole of Emmons, Minn., took place at Silver Lake church'. The Rev. Fjelstad performed the ceremony. Airs. Goole was a senior at the local high school. FUELLING'-HAZI.ETT VENTURA, Dec. 21.--Frances Hazlett of Monona, who has taught for tho past three and one-half years, has resigned her position to bo married to Kenneth Fuelling of Farmersbm-g-. A new teacher has not been selected. Plans Completed for Christmas Dance at Denison Club Monday Plans were nearly completed Thursday for the Christmas dance and public wedding to be held at the .Denison club Monday. Christmas night. Music for the dancing is to be supplied by Max Stearns' 30 piece Campus club orchestra and the principals in Iho wedding- are to bo a local couple. Miss Winona Brooks and "Chink" Konny. Mr. Konny is well known in Mason G'ily through his association with softball loams. Tile wedding ceremony will take place on the dance floor at II p. in. nnd promises to bo an impressive occasion. It was announced that jeveral local bu=ine.S3 firms were giving wedding gifts to the couple. One Forfeits Bond in Court; Another Fined for Begging Harry More-house, Mason City, wan fined J25 and costs by John C. Shipley, police judge, Thursday morning on a charge of begging. Roscoc D. Paul, 520 Twenty-first street southeast, forfeited a, 510 bond. He wiis arrested on a charge oC intoxication. Accident Victim Is Dismissed; Others Show Improvement Henrick Ericksou, Clear Lake, who was injured in the explosion of the power turbine at the American Beet Sugar company plant Tuesday, was dismissed from the Park hoa- pilal Thursday. James Kay, turbine operator, and Lloyd Van Note, electrician, were reported improving. Services for Mrs. Emma Birney to Be Friday Afternoon Funeral services for Mrs. Emma H. Birney, who died at the home of her daughter, Dr. Cleo Christensen, Detroit, Tuesday morning, will be held at tho Sheckler funeral home, Nora Springs, at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. Tho Rev. A. W. Caul, pastor of the First Baptist church of Mason City, will be In charge of tho services. Burial will be in Nora Springs. Mrs. Birney was the wife of Dr. C. C. Birney, former physician of Mason City, who preceded her in death. She was a pharmacist and operated a drug store in Mason City many years with her husband. She is survived by two daughter.?, Dr. Cleo Chrislensen, Detroit, and Mrs. Bessie Birney Laraou, attorney, San Francisco, Cal. The body was to arrive at Nora Springs Thursday afternoon from Detroit. Tho Paranii is the largest river of South America after the Amazon, and one of the great rivers of the world. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses huve been issued to Forest LeRoy Roberts, 25, and Viola MHler, 10, Fertile; Gilbert Loeckle, 23, and Irene Piuge- not, If), Ernest Meulink, 30, and Lois Martin, 21, and Stephen Peter Kowney, 21, and Winona Brooks, IS, all of Mason City. .;. WILSON STUDY CIRCLE MEETS AT FITZGERALDS Wilson Child Study circle met Wednesday at the homo of Mrs. Don FltzGerald, 1012 Third street southwest, for a lesson on "The Family Melting Pot" presented by Mrs. M. E. Olson, assisted by Mrs. H. H. Jennings and Mrs. John Aliller. An open forum was held on the subject after the lesson. There was Christmas music and a short play, "The Night Before Christmas." Gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. There were 35 preaent. .;. CENTRAL C. S. C. MEETS FOR TARTY Central Child Study circle met with Mrs. Stella Byerly, 322 Third street southwest, for a Christmas party. The time was spent informally with short plays and music. Each member brought toys and garments for the needy. Refreshments were served by Mrs. H. A. Magnus, Mrs. L. A. Whipple and Mrs. C. E. Blanchard. ,,.;, STANDARD BEARERS NAME NEW OFFICERS The Standard Bearer Girls of tho First Methodist church met Wednesday evening at the church for a Christmas party and election of officers. Maxlne WolterB is the nesv president; Geraldine Brunei-, vice president; Alice Virginia Follett, secretary; Grace Larson, international sacretary; Edna Cutler, publicity chairman. Mrs. M. E. Olson is adviser for the group and Mrs. PI. L. Campbell assistant adviser. BAPTIST WOMEN GIVE ANNUAL YULE PARTY The women of tho Baptist church gave their annual Christmas party for their foreign friends Wednesday afternoon at the church. There wore 30 present and a program was given opening with organ numbers by Mrs. J. E. Stinehart. The Rev. A. W. Caul read the Christmas story and prayed. The play, "Mimi Lights i Candle" was staged and carola wore sung by the assemblage. Misfl Quirinii Monteon fang "Songs My Mother Taught Mo." Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. LINCOLN RADIO CIRCLK STUDIES AT MEETING Lincoln Radio Child Study circle met. at the home of Mrs. R. j. Longley, J07 Carolina avenue southeast, for a lesson on "Managing: Routine." FINK'S SMART APPAREL Offering A Reduction ON Friday and Saturday SWEATERS AH Wool-- 52.50$ "I All Descriptions Value A * STHimVEAU 45 Gauge Chiffon SILK BLOUSES JS5 *1.59 SKIRTS "say*2.00 S 3.00 Flannel Robes $ 3.79 $ 4.79 GENUINE Worth $ LEATHER $12, now.. Every one of Ihe Hems have been selling for much more and although each group is somewhat broken in si/cs there is still a fine .selection. Friday and Saturday Only These dresses are our Christmas gift (o j'ou--for nt this price that is just what they they are--gifts. All Brand New Dresses-New Shades -- Styles Worth UflUliln This Price HOSTESS -- DANCE and STREET WEAR ORIGINAL PRICES DON'T WAIT FOR JANUARY SALES--YOU CAN'T BEAT OUR COAT PRICES Open Until ) I'. I\l. lii South Federal Arc. Elimination Contests in Debating to Start Soon in High Schools IOWA CITY. Dec. 21.--Elimina- ion contests will bo .started throughout tho stale next month by more nan 100 high schools, each instilu- .lon seeking to qualify its debate earns for the round robin chain- lionshlp tournament at the Univcr- ilty of Iowa. · The field will be reduced to 32 icliools, IB each in classes A and B nncl on March 22, 23 ana 24 two teams of two speakers from each viil argue for the state title. That .he United States should adopt the British system of radio control add iperatlon Is the question. Roosevelt high of DCS Motncs is expected to deefnd its class A title, vith pnrnvii as the defending- cham- )ion in class B. Blandon, Formerly of Fort Dodge, Dies FORT DODGE, Dec. 21. UV- G. Blandon, former Fort PHONE 4S-1 SPECIAL off on all Pyralin Toilet Sets Friday and Saturday JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. HUH). KY. NUT COAL C;ir on Track Ton Del. Don't IJc Misled by Inferior Coal ;it Clicuncr Prices. Dodge resident and donor of a 540,000 art gallery to this city, died Wednesday at his home In California. This 12" Dressed DOLL £ goes to sleep *I * Brightly colored fr »ockg and elippcrt, either Btrnipht bobbed ur early hair. Movable anu« t and legs. Wlml fun to get 5 s big doll like thisl OTHER DOLLS 25c, UDc, OOc S J . I t t 25c to 81 STORK 9 South Fcdenil We havo purpoBely avoided fashioned Bilk hosiery at lhl« low price until we C ou!d again offer satisfactory quality'as well 09 price. Now \vc can do just liiaU You'll find Ibis new hosier)- is of excellent quality, woven of fine pure silk and smarr l 0 okin B .Hcc;,loe and top arc mercerized for cxlra wear. A full assortment of newest shades. 3* B B 55 35 25c TO 91 0 SOUTH FEDFJIAL ®mimw^^^ · : ^ Ideal Christmas Gift 1 - A *5 00 Ingraham This b e a u t i f u l watch for men and boys is of graceful oblong oval design w i t h long l i f e ease ami link h a n d . An exceptional o p p o r t u n i t y ti, gel. an iUriuM.lve und practical g i f t at ;.. i-lrlir.'nloiiFily li:v |irif.\ r ' l r j . U V i.H. T Ai:Ai\TICl':iJ. Sft S. S, KRESGE Co. I

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