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December 23, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 23 SOCIAL CALENDAR GIVES PROMISE OF MANY HOLIDAY DATES j . ... i ---- ^ ~~_ ' * ~~ -i Festivities j Varied for , Yule Season Junior College Homecoming, I Panhellenic Dances 1 Scheduled. l The holiday weak prornses to be a gay one in Mason City with many attractive -parties planned for the period from Christmas to New Year's. The throng- of young people i home from various schools and colleges for the holidays gives an added reason for much seasonal gaiety. ' The first of the large holiday parties will be the junior college homecoming, scheduled for Tuesday i evening- at the Hotel Hanford. Carl West's orchestra will play for dancing. The committee on arrangements includes Margaret Pati ton, Starr Yelland, Dick Stevens, Paul McAuley, Ruth Sanders, Billy ICelsey and Kathryn Ramsey. Former Students. Invitations have been mailed to former students of the junior college and the occasion promises to he one of gala reunions, according to the committee members. Panhellenic association has two affairs listed for the Holiday week. The annual Panhellenic Christmas dance will be Thursday evening at i the Hotel Hanford and a ticket sale j is being conducted for the affair with Mrs. Draper Long in charge. The proceeds will be used to swell the scholarship fund of the association. Carey brothers orchestra from Des Moines will play. The annual Christmas luncheon 1 to which sorority members home I for vacation are invited will be held by Panhellenic association Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the MacNidcr Memorial guild hail. Miss Ruth Irons is chairman of arrangements and her committee includes Mrs. Helen Houser, Mrs. G. E. Andrews and Mrs. E. E. Kelley. To Give Program.' A Christmas program has been planned to follow the luncheon instead of the usual bridge playing. The affair is for all sorority members and reservations may be made with any of the committee members. St. Katherine's guild of St. John's church will serve the luncheon. Preceding the junior college homecoming' dance, a progressive dinner party will be given by five hostesses, the Misses Jane. Cobb, i Kathleen Glass, Barbara Walker ' and. Betty and Marian Ferguson. i The Owl club watch night party will be held Dec. 31 at 10:30 o'clock | at the Hotel Hanford. Supper will be served at 10:30 o'clock and dancing will begin at midnight. Carey Brothers orchestra from Des Moines ·will play for the affair. THEY INVITED OLD GRADS Kathryn Ramsey, Ruth Sanders and Dick Stevens. The affair will be held at the Hotel Hanford ana Carl Social Calendar UOCKLEY-SHAW ROWAN, Dec. 23.--Miss Zelda Hockley and Oscar Shaw of Belmond were married at the Methodist parsonage in Clarion. They will make their home iu Belmond. BROU WEK-R.ONBER G FOREST CITY, Dec. 23.--Announcements have been received in Forest City of the marriage of Miss Olive Ronberg, daughter of N. L. Ronnerg to Clifford R. Brouwer-of Wells, Minn. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Corwin. Taylor at Sutherland, Dec. 20. Mrs. Brouwer has been teaching. They will make their home at Clear Lake where he has a. position with the Mid-Continent corporation. TUESDAY High School Music Mothers-Postponed. Milwaukee R. R. Women's club-7:45 o'clock, chibrooms. J. C. Homecoming dance-Hotel Hanford. WEDNESDAY Central Lutheran Ladies' Guild-2:30 o'clock, church, outgoing officers hostesses. I. O. P. lodge-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. THURSDAY Idl-K's Bridge club-1 o'clock, Ford Hopkins tearoom Mrs. Tom Whalen, hostess. Energetic class-Church, Mrs. H. McEwen, Mrs. E. C. Conner, hostesses. i. U. G. A. club-Mrs. Jack McKee. Immanucl Lutficr Jeugiie-- Church, the Rev. O. L,. N. Wigdahl, speaker; Orris Herfindahl, Anna Marie Nelson, Margaret Larson, committee. Panhellenic dance-Hotel Hanford. FRIDAY Trinity Ladies' aid-Church parlors, Mrs. R. O. Stor- vick, Mrs. M. B. Larson, Mrs. C. S. Rankin, Mrs. J. O. Gilbert. PORTLAND PROGRESSIVE CLUB AT YULE PARTY Members of the Portland Progressive club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bauman Friday evening for the annual Christmas party. After a short business session a program was given including the Christmas songs sung by the assembly, led by C. W. Files and accompanied by Lucille and Cora Bauman. Jean Sjostrand and Dorothy Davidson gave recitations; Mrs. Glen McEachran, a reading; Naomi Pippert, a recitation; Corn Bauman, a violin solo. After the program, refreshments were served by the hostess and each member ccived a gift. The next meeting will be Jan. 10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Bauer. Earl Bush, 30d Beaumont drive south, has left for Houston, Tex:., where he will spend Christmas. rtlerra Christinas A Heartfelt Greeting! Deep from the bottom of our hearts we wish our friends all that Christmas could possibly bring them in peace, contentment, prosper^ and happiness. Mildred Clayton, Evelyn O'Connor, Mabel Krakow, Mary Griffith Second Floor Palais Royal Building Just butter to you--but a reputation to us-IOWA STATE BRAND Midnight Services at St. John's Announced A choir of 40 voices prepared a program of special music for the midnight Christmas services at 11:30 o'clock Sunday night in St John's Episcopal church. Gounod's "St Cecelia Mass," Adams' "Oh Holy Night" with "Silent Night' as a sequence anthem, "Birthday of a King" by Neidlinger and offertory, "Glory to God in the Highest" by Pergolesi, were on the program. Soloists are Mrs. W. F. Ingraham, Mrs. Don Wells, Esthei Storer, Johanna Nelson, Edwin Helbliug, Dr. Raymond Kunz, Glenn Stoddard and Ellen Smith. Hiss Smith is directo.r and Mrs. Ruth Patton organist. Mothers Have Rightful Claim to Time Without Tnfhng Interruptions By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH Mrs Jones was a writer. She was also a mother. She had. furthermore, a very keen sense of justice. Since she could not earn the vages of enough maids to take care of the family and babies, and since .he family purse for the first years of her marriage was slim, she gave up her. work and took over the care of house and children for the first 10 years of her married life. By that time some of the children vere at school, and finances were ufficiently satisfactory for her to jegin to find time to write once ore. But by now the family had grown accustomed to calling on her for everything. She would sit down at ler desk with a brain teeming with deas and reams of clean white pa- jer to put them on, only to be interrupted every five minutes with some Titling call which broke the train of thoughts. At last she would shut her desk in despair, her brain empty and exhausted. Finally ghe called a council of the children and gave her ultimatum. "I shall probably have many years of life after you are all grown. If you want me to be a liability when I am old, with nothing to do but interfere in your lives and make you wretched, go right ahead as you are. Interrupt me and make it impossible to go on with my work. "1C you will give me a little time of my very own every day to think and write, I can assure yon that I will not be a bxirden to you in my old age." The children agreed that the demand was reasonable, and Mrs. Jones has found them zealous guardians and champions of her right to uninterrupted time. CHRISTMAS PARTY FOIt EPISCOPAL CHILDREN The annual Christmas party o£ St. John's Episcopal church school was held Friday night in the guild hall of the MacNider memorial parish house. There were readings, carols and a play. Santa Clans was present and distributed gifts and candy to all of the children. The classes of Alfred do Enhr and the rector were in charge of all arrangements. Parents and friends were invited to the program. Mrs. L. J. Fletcher and three children of Peoria, III., were expected to arrive Saturday night to spend Christmas at the A. M. Avery f a m - ily, at Averydale, three miles- southeast of Mason City. Mrs. Fletcher was formerly Ruth Fletcher. Growing children need the vitamins found in Iowa State Brand Butter Bits About 'Em Wife Preservers r--· ^fl"TM^"fc. ~r^ Keep brown .sugar in an air-tight jar, except when In use. Keep it in a cool place, as it tends to become lumpy otherwise Mr. and Mrs. J. Curtis Amen, 50 Beaumont drive, will drive to Vinton to spend Christmas with Mrs. Amen's aunt. Mr. and Mrs, C. M. Plattenbtirg of Clear Lake, parents of Mrs. Amen, who have been traveling in Ohio and New York State will also be in Vinton for tnc holidays. :;: * * Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stutenroth of St. Joseph, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Mason and family of Des Moines are expected Sunday to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Walker, IS Tenth street northwest. * * * Miss Eleanor Irons, daughter of Supt. and Mrs. R. B. Irons, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, will arrive Sunday from Minneapolis where she attends the University of Minnesota to spend the holidays with her parents. *· :* * Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Woodruff and family, 423 Ninth street northwest, will be Christmas guests of Mrs. Woodruff's family in Des Moines. * r * Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith, 25 Tenth street northwest, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mellem, 415 First street southeast, will drive to Des Moines to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Hopkins, formerly of Mason City. ^ * *. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Richardson, 207 Nineteenth street southeast, vill have for their Christmas guests, Mrs. Richardson's niece, Aliss Laura Wary Thompson and her mother of Detroit, Mich. Miss Eleanor Jean Fox has arrived from Faribault, Minn,, where she attends St. Maiy's academy to spend the holidays with her father, Simon Fox. Mr, and Mrs. 13. J. Gashel, 312 Fifteenth street southeast, arc expecting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nccdham of Des Moines, for .the holidays. * * =o Mrs. DeWitt Smith of Minneapolis has arrived for a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bost, 322 Carolina avenue southeast. * * * Mr. anil Mrs. Merle Potter and sons, Addison and Dawos, are expected to spend Christmas with Mr. Potter's mother, Mr.?. T. A. Potter, ·10 Oak drive, and sister, Mrs. Frank Pearce, 22 Beaumont drive. Miss Helene Heiderich, student at the Kahler school of nursing, Rochester, Minn., was expected to arrive Saturday to spend a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hciiierich, 730 Fifteenth place northeast. * * * Joe Fink, a student at Cornell college, has arrived to spend his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fink. He was accompanied here by a classmate, Bob Cline of Blairs- Miss Ruth Irons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Irons, 121 Fourth street northwest is spending the week-end in Minneapolis. # * * Edwin Matzen of St. Joseph, Mo., was expected to arrive Saturday evening to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Matzen, northeast of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tilton and children, Martene, Warren and Ter- old, 227 Twenty-fourth street southeast, left Saturday for DCS Moines and Oskatoona where they will spend the holidays. * * ··* Bob Bost, a student at the University of Minnesota, arrived Saturday from Minneapolis to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr..and Mrs. M. A. Bost, 322 Carolina avenue southeast. Miss Mildred McCauley was expected to arrived Saturday night from Iowa City where she attends the University of Iowa to spend Christmas with ther parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McCauley, 1216 Georgia avenue southeast. Merry Menu Planned for Yule Dinner Department of Health Calls for Vitamins, Calories, Clorophyll. By DALE HARRISON* NEW YORK, Dec. 23. 1/T)--The department of health, which Is a close student of post-holiday stomachaches, recommends a merry menu for the Yule which is substantially as follows: First course: Vitamins A, B and C. (Sometimes called fruit cocktail). Second course: Gastric stimulant (bouillon to you). Third course: Protein (oh, all right, call it turkey with crumb dressing, cranberry sauce and giblet gravy). Also, vitamins of various alphabetical designations, and carbohydrates, and a dash of calcium (Back in Michigan we always referred to them as creamed onions, glaced sweet potatoes and broccoli). Fourth course: Chlorophyll (ah.). The next time you have a craving- for mixed salad greens with French dressing, merely aak the waiter for chlorophyll and hope for the best. Fifth course: Anti-fat, iron ana more vitamins. (Holly sherbert, fruit cake, malaga grapes, raisins and salted almonds). Finale: Calories and tonic digestive stimulant (Cointreau is good, creme : caco has its merits, but whatever the cordial, it is, the department triumphantly notes, "high in calory value." The department avers that the said meal, from vitamins to calories, or as less scientific persons put it "from soun to nuts," can be served 10 people for 56.50, the cordial kicker being extra. .j. Women's Labor Bureau Elects New Officers Mrs. Margaret Johnson was reelected president of the Women's ..abor bureau at a meeting Friday evening in the Labor temple. Mrs. S. P. McKenzIe was elected vice n-esident and Mrs. William Grieb- ing, secretary, treasurer. This will be Mrs. Griebli.ng's sixth year in office. Two candidates were taken into :he bureau and plans were made for installation of officers at the Famiary meeting. Other appointive officers of the bureau will be named after the installation. After the business meeting, the vomeu went to the United Cigar Store on the corner of State, and Federal avenue for Christmas re- reshments. ·VIA AY COUPLES'WED VT NOKTHWOOD. NORTHWOOD, Dec. 23.--Floyd D. Sayles, Glenville, Minn., and Miss Frances H. Fritz. Des Moines, were married in Northwood Friday afternoon by C. H. Dwelle, justice of the peace. They were attended by J. W. Lorey and Miss Marjori'e Leschcfske. Others licensed to wed in Worth county during the past two weeks were Kenneth Bradford and Voila Thompson, Minneapolis; Manuel Cruz and Josephine Medina, Frecborn county; Bernard Jorgenson and Marvel Olson, Minnesota; Carl E. Rcibe, Geneva, Erma Mansfield, Dumont; Lester E. Gullickson and Irene Hagen. Northwoocl; Truman Gavle, Twin Lakes, Minn.', Viola Schmidthubcr, TSmmons, Minn.; Lois Starkey and Lester Connelly, Illinois; Harland Fox, Mason City, Maria .Jenkins, Manly; Scott W. Henderson and Adeline C Gruher, Stanley, Wis. SAM KAIZES STOKE EMl'LOl'ES AT 1'AUTV. The employes of Sam Raizes met Cor a Christmas party in the Raizes store Thursday evening- when Santa Glaus distributed gifts and a program wn.i given by the employes. A gift was presented to Mr. Raizes and refreshments were served. i COUI'I.ES ISSUED LICENSES TO WEI) CRESCO, Dec. 22.--Marriage licenses were issued to Leonard McDaniels, 22, Elmn, and Pearl Patterson, 20, Ricevillc. James A. Nelson, 2-1, Crystal Lake, and Myrtle Olson, 27, Lime Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Price, 322 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, expect Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lawrence of Savannah, III., to arlve here Sunday to spend Christmas. Mrs. Price is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. ID. ,T. Lawrence of Mason City will join the group for dinner Christmas. MARRIED 55 YEARS QARNER, Dec. 23.--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Katter were pleasantly surprised by their children on the occasion of their fifty-fifth wedding anniversary. Both Mr. Katter, who is 82 years of age, and Mrs. Katter, who is 77, are in good health and able to be about their home duties daily. They have eight living children. Mrs. Henry Kirchhefer. Mrs. Otto Schlwin, Miss Minnie Katter, Mrs. Otto Schroer, Henry, Jr., Mrs. Walter Woiwod and Mrs. Elmer Bredlow. A son, Herman, passed away a number of years ago. HARDWARE INSURANCE WORKERS HAVE I'ARTV. Friday evening the executives, employes and families of the Iowa Hardware Mutual Insurance cor-i- pany and the Iowa Retail Hardware association gathered at a Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wimmer, 131 Tenth street northwest. Mr. Wimmer is field representative for the Iowa Hardware Mutual Insurance company. The evening was spent informally with music and three tables of bridge, and later in the evening Mr. Wimmer climaxed the festivities by appearing as Santa Claus and distributing gifts to each of the guests. At the close of the evening luncheon was served. Mr. Wimmer has promised to make the party an annual event. M.KS. V. A. HOSTESS l-'OU DAUGHTER. Mrs. V. A. Farrell, 116 First street southeast, entertained at dinner at her home in honor of her daughter. Miss Kathryn Farrell, who is spending her vacation from " rinnell college here. A Christmas tree and red tapers centered the table and miniature trees marked each guest's place. The evening was spent in playing bridge. VV. A. GJLMOSK HOST ;VT DINNER 1'ARTY W. A. Gilmore, manager 6E the Highway Oil company, entertained the employes of the company at a dinner at the. Jefferson coffee shop. There were 12 guests and after the dinner they attended the wrestling match at the armory. The guests presented a gitt to Mr. Gilmore. Iowa Units Send Gifts to Veterans Christmas Shopping List of · Legion Auxiliary Names 100,000. The longest Christmas shopping list in the world has been made by the American Legion auxiliary. The list included more than 100,000 individuals whom the auxiliary will remember at Christmas this year. Disabled World war veterans, who will be forced to spend Christmas in hospitals and their needy families at home, make up this entire list. Of these 100,000 individuals, 1,300 veterans are hospitalized in Iowa, and will be cared for by the Iowa American Legion auxiliary. Gifts for the men in the hospitals have been selected to meet the needs and desires of the individual veteran. Each gift will be accompanied by a Christmas greeting from the 'auxiliary. Families of these hospitalized veterans will be visited by members of auxiliary units in their communities and Christmas needs provided. Several radio programs have already been broadcast in their honor, and Friday over WOI, Ames, H. B. Pride of the Iowa State college extended Christmas greetings to the hospitalized men. Mrs. John Gaunt gave Christmas readings and the Ames high school chorus'sang. Dec. 29, at 4:30 p. m. over WOI, Ames, a talk on the auxiliary plans for the coming year will be given, and piano selections will be played by Miss Velda Rinehart, of the Colo Unit. 4,000 CivifWorks Jobs in Iowa Given in 2 Weeks' Period DES MOINES, Dec. 23. /P)--Miss Ina. Taylor, state emergency relief director today announced t h a t Iowa's quota of 4,000 civil works service jobs for women was filled. The announcement followed a 24 hour barrage of telephone and telegraph routine in which 500 women, one eighth of the state quota were placed in jobs. Miss Tyler announced yesterday that communities would be faced with submitting projects before today or losing the unassigned portion of the quota in an effort to close the placement work before Christ- j mas. The work was started Jess than j two weeks ago. I MARRIAGE LICENSES '*, ISSUED TO COUPLES. i WEST UNION, Dec. 23 Mar- 5 riage licenses have been issued by j Clerk E. A. Traeger to Donald Van j Sickle of Maynard and El-ma I. j Haltzban of Fayette; Lester Weber \ and Evelyn Casselman, both oC j Sumner; Earl Crawford and Glenola l Gordon, both of Arlington, J. H. Bailey and Hazel M. Holtzman, both of Arlington. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less-;-Slnce 1920 «^**~v r f tftt COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Though words sound cold and drab compared to the' warmth and sincerity "thai is in our hearts, 'tis all we can offer . . . just a Very Merry Christmas To You All! There Are Two More Our January Clearance Sale of FUR COATS Starts Now Take advantage, of our extremely low prices. MASON CITY FUR SHOPPE Our Greenhouse If you received a gift from someone you had overlooked, be nonchalant and send flowers. Remember, we wire flowers to all parts of the world in a few hours. Phone and we will help you. In cut flowers we have roses, poinsettias, narcissus, violets, gardenias, orchids and others. There are lovely potted plants of hyacinths, cyclamen, poinsettias, begonias and pretty combinations all in one container. Drive out Sunday or Christmas morning. Phone 53 Herman M.Kiuidson.Prop. 1205 So. Federal Ave. Mason City's Florist for More Than 25 Years

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