Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 20, 1937 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 20, 1937
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^^^Ht^^^^^^J^i^S^^^^gfg MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 20 HI 1937 ELEVEN I E T Y |r Alchor Shrine Gets Gifts From Members at Dinner Meeting Alchor Shrine No. 6, order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, received gifts from two members of 'the.shrine at a meeting on Tuesday' night in the lylasomc temple. California Curies were served with the G:30 o'clock dinner, the gift o£ Mrs. S. M. Decker, who is spending Ihe winter in Los Angeles. Mrs. Decker is an elective officer ot the shrine, holding the office of worthy guide. Mrs. W. H. Mahlstadt, noble prophetess; Mrs. George Schmaehl worthy chaplain, and Mrs. Archie T. Woods, worthy herald, by request of Mrs. Miles Humphrey worthy high priestess, presentet a hand-made altar cloth, a gif from Mrs. Helene Bruns, whos present residence is near Shef . An invitation was received froi the shrine in Cedar Falls to at len". a ceremonial on Feb. 11, th honored guest to be Mrs. France ·Mae Eberl, Pittsburgh, Pa., su preme worthy high priestess. Mrs. F. J. Riley was name chairman of dinner for Feb. 1 Out of cily members wore pres ent from Clear Lake and North wood. --o--· Auxiliary to Police Plan for Card Party Members of the Mason City Police Auxiliary met at the P. G. and E. auditorium Tuesday eve- ing with the president, Mrs. Leo Allstot, in charge. Plans were made for a benefit card party to be held Feb. 3 at the P. G. and E. auditorium with Mrs. John Hrubetz in charge. Following the business meeting, court whist was played with prizes going to Mrs. Max Studcr and Mrs. Leo Hisaeher, high, and Mrs Dick Pierce, low. Lunch was served by Mrs Hrubclz and Mrs. Glen Hambhr at the close of the meeting. The Viexl meeting will be Feb. 16 witl Mrs. Ernest Linninkamp and Mrs Hay Oulman, hostesses. .TONES-KENNEDY : GOLDFIELD -- Miss Clarabcll Kennedy and Frances Jones, Ev .ergreen, were married at the horn ot the bride's brother, Geral Kennedy, at Humboldt, Jan. 15, b the Rev. J. M. Kennedy of Ne £ada, a brother o£ the bride. Fol lowing the ceremony dinner w served. The b r i d e , younges 'daughter of Mrs. Clara Kennedj was graduated from the Goldfiel high school. The bridegroom, so of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Jones, a graduate of the local high schoi / and has been associated with h father in farming. They are ; home at a farm located 3 mill southwest of: Goldfield. Is of Address Child Study Circle Meets at McKinley School for Program Meeting. McKinley Child Study circle met at the school Tuesday eve- D ' l p a i - V nf Manlv nine with the president, Mrs. Car u Lea 17 or maniy Ne ^ ei . man in charge ot the bus . r at r. 1. A. iness session and program Mrs. Edwin Alsbury was ap pointed publicity chairman lo lil the vacancy left by the resignation of Mrs. E. Stevenson. It was an dressed the 225^31. Joseph's P. T. [nounced that the next meetin would be Feb. 16. The lesson on "The Family' Fart in Community Recreation was led by Mrs. George Caldwel -n.Tv.c- Mr rJm.cnrtc rpari "Famil The Rev. D. M. O'Lcary ad- A. members who assembled for .he meeting held in the parish hall on Tuesday. Taking the encyclical of the holy I Mrs. W. "Parsons read "Famil father, Father O'Leary pointed out | Celebrations" and led discussio its leaching on the education of the youth, lie said that the most important duly was neglected in education, that of training the child in a Christian manner. The duties of the family, the state and the church were clearly explained, stressing that rights of the family preceded those of the state. on Ihe lopic. Miss Wanda Le Lock and Miss Kathleen Geisle played a piano duet, "Commence ment Grand March" and 'Mi Doris Squiei- sang two solo The Green Cathedral" and "Li tie Man, You'i'e Had a Busy Day There were 16 members pre ent at the meeting which was fo lowed by refreshments with Ml "Morals"tQday'are""s6methmg t o l w . Gump and Mrs. E. Murray be alarmed al," declared Father I hostesses. O'Leary, "and the reason may be . traced to the neglect of parents NJpf w nrl: placing c r e n i n a UNCLWUllS. their children in a Christian atmosphere." "Quack! Quack!," a play presented - by seventh and eighth grade pupils, was a feature of. the lecling. The cast of the play included: nines Pattcc, Thomas Burke, enry Velthoff, Laura J. Kelly, larjorie Freudcnberg, Robert Vaychis, Kathleen . McDonald, lary Harold, Roland Keeling, Explained for Center "Network Broadcasting" and "Hello Around the World" were Iwo films shown al Ihe Madison Community center Tuesday night. The former showed how telephone wires carry radio programs lo various sections of the country so they mny be broadcast. The second depicted how etty Shovein. Kay Lattimer, 1 telephone wires carry a voice 5,Larry Finn, Robert Gearhart. Mrs. W. B. McGrane, president £ the organization, presided, Mrs. ;. F. Vaughn acted as secretary, nd Mrs. E. E. Flemming was hairmau tor the social hour. The attendance prize went to he seventh grade. --o-Missionary Circle Conducts Meeting The monthly meeting of t h e Church of Christ Missionary circle was opened Tuesday evening at Lhe church with a song service led by Mrs. Berle Cla'wson. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. W. H'. Boyd who spoke on "The Missionary Meaning of the Lord's Prayer." The discussion of the evening centered around the C. W. B- A. home at St. Louis. Mrs. Ruth H. Borman reported ori the children's "home and Mrs. A. A. Height on the old folks' home and the hospital. Marjorie Height gave a recitation. An offering will be sent to the home in St. Louis. A social hovir followed the meeting. Miss Ida Knock and Mrs. R. C. Morehouse were on the reception committee and Mrs. P. V. Barclay and Mrs. F. W. Seeley on the refreshments committee. 000 miles and radio, 19,000 miles around the world. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to Burton Watson, Thornton, and Thelma Ward, Swaledale; Miltord Luverne Olson, Ventura, and Maxine Elizabeth Slagle, Mason City; George Newham and ilcen Mary Hovila, both of Minneapolis; William Lee Noe, and Rosella E. Qucvli, Mason 'City; James Sheffle, Jr., and Helen Oja, both of Minneapolis; Clyde Lops and Dorothy Schreckengost, both of Mason City; Louis Alfred Monitor and Irene Eleanor Wacker, both of St. Paul, and Howard Kuehn, Minneapolis, and Etola G. Guse, St. Paul. CARD PARTY HELD BY LEGION AUXILIARY Members of the American Legion Auxiliary sponsored a card party Tuesday afternoon at the P. G. and E. High score prizes went to Mrs. A. A. Kendall and Mrs. M. W. Boomhower, contract, and Mrs. Hay Mettler. Mrs. J. A. Culler, Mrs. Alt Nelson and Mrs. Anna Bell, auclion. Refreshments were served at Ihe close of the afternoon. On (he committee were Mrs. E a r l ' K. Howe and Mrs. Vic Randall. BLANKETS, $2.77 Part wool. Plaid patterns with 3 inch sateen binding. Rose, green and blue. COTTON DOUBLE BLANKETS, 51.49 Full bed size. Rose, green, blue and orchid plaids. Sizes 72x84.' LADIES' UNION SUITS 2 for 51 wool, knee length. No sleeve and low neck. Sizes 36 to 42. Ladies' Flannel Gowns, Pajamas, Men's Pajamas and Nightshirts and Children's Pajamas, 77c LORRAINE UNDERWEAR, 47c Panties, bloomers and combination suits. Fine quality, f u l l cut. Sizes small, medium and large. FOUNDATION GARMENTS, $1.47 Group of corselettes, girdles arid corsets specially priced Sot Dollar Days. 'Odd lots. Regularly priced to 52.98. WOOLY DRESSES, 88c Very desirable drosses fo: school wear or about the house these cold winter days. Navy, brown, wine and dark green. Sizes 14 lo 44. BOYS' SHIRTS, (Me Regularly .7!)e Small patterns in light and dark colors. Si7.csl v 6 to-14'A- TOWELING 10 yards for $1. Bleached and unbleached part linen toweling with colored borders of red, green, blue or gold. M K M HOSE, G3c p a i r Regularly 9c First quality, ringless hose with double heel and toe for extra wearing q u a l i t y . Sizes 8'/:: to 10 li. HOSE, -14c a" pair Full fashioned, but slighlly irregular o£ our better hose. Chiffon and service weights. Group of 36 COATS Specially Priced at $10.00 Fur trimmed and sport styles. Sizes 14 to 52. Green, black, brown and grey. Other Special C'nal Prices S7 53 $16 BLOUSES, SI New shipment ot rayon, silk taffela and crepe blouses in while, light blue, grey, gold, scarlet, crecn, wine, aciun and yellow. Zipper and Scottic Dos embroidered trim and shirt waist styles. SWEATERS, 31 . Brushed, wool and Zephyr yarn sweaters. Sizes 14 to 40. CREPE DRESSES, S3 Regularly S4.98 Freshen up your winter wardrobe with one of. these inexpensive silk dresses;. Hcd, black, green, navy and rust. Sizes 14 to 52.- BEDSPREADS, SI Crinkle bedspreads. Easily washed and no need to iron. Rose, green, blue, gold and orchid. . · CRETONNE ti yards for SI Light and 'dark backgrounds with floral patterns. MEN'S SOCKS 3 pair 59c CHILDREN'S COTTON HOSE, 2 pair 25c Full length in various shades of tan. Sizes 6 to 9 V4. CHALLIES 1.0 yards $1.29 Ideal for quills. 3S inches wide. COTTON BATTS 2 for SI 3 Jb. stitched collon balls find 1 Ib. China cotton balls for quilling. FAST COLOR PRINTS 8 yards SI Light and dark patterns, 36 inches wide. THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Men's Gray Covert WORK PANTS Two side, two hip and watch pockets. Separate waistband. Cuff bottoms. Assorted sizes. Men's 8 oz. Sanforized Blue Denim Two reinforced hip pockets. Hammer loop. Three front pockets. One buttoned flap pocket a n d one watch pocket. MEN'S HOSE You'll be sure of the best possible value if you buy all your men s hose,at Kresge's. This week, we're including a grand selection in our Green Star Sale at SUPER VALUES Children's All Leather Oxfords Heavy and durable. Brown and black. Boys' and girls' lasts. PAIR They're firmly made in favorite hit-and-miss patterns with crowfoot border and fringed ends. These were ordered several months ago and priced at this exceptional figure especially for this sale. While we have a generous quantity, we cannot guarantee this special price after Saturday. EACH You'd never imagine really good looking hose like these could be so low priced. Smart checks and stripes in most attractive colors. Shop tomorrow! At Tremendous Savings Sizes 4-6 Sizes 7-14 Not only do you save money . . . but you get excellent quality and £ beautiful dress-making at this low January Sale price! Sixteen gay styles for girls 7-14! Splendid values in adorable frocks Good, sturdy percale . . . in lovely designs and colors! The kind of dresses that usually cost a lot more! Better quality . . . better styling . . . better selections! for tots 4-6! All new! All fresh! Every good point you usually look for . . . and many more! Eight styles . . . some with matching panties! Six glorious colors! Our greatest sale of women's wash frocks! Never before have we offered such values! See them! Judge them by their quality, their styling, their beautiful colors! Extra Sizes, 47e Twenty-five spirited \ young styles in durable, colorfast percale . . . olive with gayely and smartness! Short sleeves! Pleated or flared skirts! Slenderizing, full cut lines! Every detail perfect! Blues;' browns, reds, greens, aqua and lilac! Florals, dots, diamond patterns, checks and geometries! Full Fashioned 9 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE $. K l E S G E 25

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