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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 28 1933 NEW YEAR'S OCCASION FOR MUCH FESTIVITY IN MASON CITY Owl's Club Party to Be at Hanford Traditional Dances Planned to Welcome in 1934. One of Hie notable watch night parties will be the annual Owl club New Year's party which will be held Sunday night at 10:30 o'clock at the Hotel Hanford. Supper will be served and dancing will begin at midnight. Carey Brothers orchestra from Des Moines will play for dancing and many guests are anticipated in addition to the members of the club. M. G. Wimmer is president of the club, H. D. Makeever, secretary, and Francis DeSart, Dr. M. D. Mo- Michael and G. B. Pray, board members. There will he a New Year's eve dance at the Clear Lake Count.ry club Â£01 which Carl West and ais band will play. Reservations for table' are being taken at the club New Year's day events include the traditional party at the Elks club. There will also be a New Year's night dance at the Clear Lake club. Children WiTDevelop Under Most Adverse of Circumstances at Home By BKOOIfJE PETERS CHUKCH Children will live and even grow and develop under the most adverse circumstances. Indeed it is quite amazing what the apparently delicate organism of even a tiny baby can endure and survive. But the object of life is not merely to keep alive. It is to live happily and fully, as well, and this is not achieved by the average neglected child. Â· There are many neglected chil Special Prices on FUR COATS PRE-INVENTORY SALE Wife Preservers A teaspoonful of honey in a cup of hot milk is a splendid drink for children. dren, and not all or even most of these are to be found in the homes of the poor and ignorant. One of the most unfortunate mortals is the man who starves in the midst of plenty, and this is the case with scores of children who seem most heavily endowed with the good things of life. Some of these starving little .creatures are the children oÂ£ parents who have delved too deeply, and yet not deeply enough, Into child psychology. One of their favorite theories is that children should not be petted and fondled. They bring up their children in an atmosphere of Spartan restraint. It is undoubtedly true that there are parents who indulge their own emotional hunger by an unhealthy display of maudlin sentimentality over their children. Their expression of affection is purely selfish, an indulgence of their own senses, with no thought of the child's welfare. Such parents always will exist. Another large class of parents covers its lack of emotional expression through the theory that It is better for children to be left strict ly alone. But there is a happy mean between these extremes, a state of emotional balance where parents and children can enjoy a mutual exchange of demonstration of love. The child who is brought up in such an atmosphere has a more rich and full developments, both spiritually and physically. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPJLES Marriage licenses have been issued to Merle Wells, 27, Kansas City, Mo., and Doris Almklov, 22, Mason City; Wilmer Myers, 23, and Nina Blood, 20, Mason City; Frank L. Johnston, 25, Greene, and Ethel McCauley, 24, Marble Rock; Walter W. Koehler, 22, Floyd, and Dorothy M. Daly, 20, Mason City, and Roland Finholdt, 21, and Mary Diekraa, 18, both of Hollandale, Minn. M. C. Parent-Teacher Council Announces National Broadcast The Mason City Parent Teacher council announces that a series of weekly broadcasts on the educational and service program of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers will be inaugurated Tuesday, Jan. 16, from 3:30 to 4 o'clock EST when Mrs. Hugh Bradford, national president, will apeak on "Aims and Ideals in Modern Life." On the third Monday of every month at 2:15 o'clock there will be a Parent Teacher broadcast over WHO Des Moines. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER Dinner For Six Tho Menu Chicken Pie Baked Sweet Potatoes Escalloped Corn Bread Butter Pear Salad Steamed Date Pudding Spicy Hard Sauce Coffee Escalloped Corn Two cups corn 2-3 cup crumbs 1 egg 1 cup milk 3 tablespoons butter, melted % teaspoon salt ^i teaspoon paprika Vi teaspoon celery salt }i teaspoon sugar Mix ingredients, pour into buttered baking dish and bake 25 minutes in modern oven. Serve in dish in which baked. Steamed Date Pudding. Two cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder ii teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon % teaspoon cloves ] 4 teaspoon nutmeg ',3 cup sugar 'A cup suet, chopped 1 cup chopped dates H cup chopped nuts 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs 2 cups water Mix ingredients and half fill buttered mold. Cover tightly and steam 2 1 /- hours. Unmold, serve warm. Spicy Hard Sauce. One-half cup butter IVa cups sifted confectioner's sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla ENSEMBLE ACCESSORIES NEW HAT OR GLOVES WILL BRIGHTEN OLD COSTUME; ATTRACTIVE AND EASILY MADE Globe-Gatelte Peerless 15 t*nt Pattern, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York C!Ks By 895 B. Here's a trim little ensemble idea to he thinking about in matching hat and gloves. The pattern includes three different hat models for your choice. It also Includes the gloves, the popular Hlip-on.cuffed type. The scheme as shown in "B" and "C" in black velvet, is stunning for afternoons. View "A" would also be lovely in velvet. For general daytime occasions, velvety woolen in Chinese red, rust, royal blue, brown, etc., makes a snappy ensemble. Â· View "C" is a popular brimmed hat, exceptionally becoming. Paris is making it in tweedy wooien, velvety woolen, felt, fur, fur fabric antelope. Style No. 895 is designed in sizes small, medium and large. The Essence of Fashion! All summed up for you in this exciting New Book of fashions and patterns. IÂ£ you pride yourself on being in the "fashion know," you can't afford to miss it. You'll find the editorials amusing and helpful. "Sure Cure for the Blues" contains valuable tips. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 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. Every Dress In Stock SLASHED! TO A FRACTION OF ITS REAL VALUE!!! Dresses Dresses $1 1.90 Sill.-s, Wools. All Typos, Sizes and Colors. Formats, A/ternoon a n d S u n d a y N i t e Frocks, Formerly sold to S1G.50. ALL SIZES Sale 3 Starts % teaspoon salt Cream butter and sugai 1 . Add rest of ingredients, beat 2 minutes. Chill and serve on hot pudding-. Freshening Fruit Caice. If fruit cake becomes very hard it can be wrapped in a cloth saturated with orange or spiced peach juice and stored in an air-tight box. If cake is very html it can be made into a delicious pudding fay steaming 30 minutes in double boiler and serving hot with any tie- sired sauce--hard, creamy, foamy or fruit. Always use canned pineapple in gelatin mixtures. If fresh pineapple is used the mixture will not congeal. Gump Ariail and Bat MeCollum, who have done all the kickin off for the Auburn football team this ssa- son, are roommates. Dresses One rack Silks;, Wools, Crepes, Jerseys, all colors. A large number of these dresses formerly sold to $16.50. For All Occasion Wear Broken Lot Wools and Silks -- Sunday Nite, Hostess, Afternoon and Street wear. Large assortment of sizes, styling and colors. Values to $16.50. All brand new frocks and of the regular Betty Jane high quality. Former Eagle Grove Girl Weds A. Bjerre KAGLE GROVE, Dec. 28.--At a candlelight serv.ice, Miss Lillian Ruth Teg-land, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Tegland, was married to Allan R. Bjerre of Minneapolis, son of the Hev. and Mrs. P. Bjerre, of Minneapolis, at the home of the bride's parents, by the Rev. T. J. Severtson, pastor of the East Side Lutheran church. Attendants were Mrs. John W. Burress, sister of the bride and Stanley Bjerre, brother of the bridegroom, both of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Bjerre will be at home to their friends after Jan. 1 at 3021 East Minnehaha Parkway, Minneapolis. The bride attended Belmond high school, is a graduate of Waldorf college. Forest City, and of Tobin college, Fort Dodge. She has been au employer of the Northwestern National bank at Minneapolis. The bridegroom, a graduate of South high school of Minneapolis, is an employe of tlic J. B. Hudson company, jewelers, Minneapolis. Tammany threw LaGuardia out " congress apparently without sufficient thought as to the place in which he was to alight.--Pasadena Post. TRADEHOME SHOE STORE 0Â£ARAMCÂ£ A Group of White Satin and Velvet Party Slippers 1,000 Pairs BLACK and BROWN in Two Great Groups $2,50, S3.00, $3.50, S4.00, $4,50 Values Reduced for QUICK CLEARANCE All heels, all styles. Hoi all sins in every style--OUT, all sizes represented. Black f e a t h e r uppers, Iteary "cam- pa" soles, b u c k l e strap. Men's Leather Work Shoes Reduced to Ellcskin nppers, Ion; wearing "compo" soles. Sizes 6 to II. Children! 1 4-Bi:ckle Arclics, Regularly SI.49 www | ^oehler-Daly Vows Exchanged at Holy Family Parsonage Dorothy Daly, daughter of Mrs. Anna Daly, -130 First street northeast, was married to Walter Coehler of Floyd Wednesday at the Joly Family parsonage. The Rev. R. P. Murphy officiated and Mr. and Mrs. Henry wulff attended the ouple. They will make their home n Floyd. The bride is a graduate if the Mason City high school. _*_ Choir to Present Cantata at I.O.O.F. Home Sunday at 3 The cantata, "The Heavenly Message," which was given by the Olivet Methodist choir Friday evening at the church, will be repeated at the I. O. O. F. home at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The production Is under the direc- ion of Mrs. Floyd Frasier, with Mrs. Â·Â». L. Wallace as accompanist. The following are members of the choir: Sopranos -- Mesdames L. H. Lundahl, S. W. Wilson, B. A, Flarup, Walter Hendrickson, Klrby Griffith, H. H. Sherman and the Misses Ruth Kinney and Garnet I.incicum. Altos -- Mesdames C. K. Kinney, C. 3. Lincicum, A. X. Anderson and Miss Lois Allen. Tenors-- Walter Hendrickson, E. A. Flarup, B. J. Wenrick, J. Burkhart and M. H. Sherman. Bass -- J. W. Stokes, A. D. Anderson, C. B. Lincicum, Thomas Allen. Following is the program: "Joy to the World," choir. "Redemption Draweth Nigh," so- 5rano, alto duet, choir, Mesdames rVilson and Lincicum. "Rejoice in the Lord," bass solo and choir, Mr. Stokes. "Tell Us of the Night," three part chorus, Mesdames Lundahl, Flarup and Anderson. "Christinas Bells are Ringing," choir. "There Were Shepherds,*' tenor solo, choir, Mr. Henderson. "All My Heart This Night Rejoices," soprano solo, choir, Mrs. Lundahl. "We Have Seen His Star," men's chorus. "Away in a Manger," alto solo, Mrs. Kinney. "Hallelujah! Christ is Born," choir. "Fairest Lord Jesus," solo, choir, Mrs. Wilson. "Hark! the Angels Sing," quartet and choir, Mesdames Lundahl and Anderson, Messrs. Flarup and Stokes. "Blessed he the Lord God," choir. Â·a mDKn fflrtiiitt; SWIE STOR* 38 South Federal Mnson Ci(y, Iowa Bits About 'Em FIGHT CRIME A GREAT crusade of women to abolish crime has been launched by Mrs. Edward F. Hutton who recently was decorated by the United States Flag association with the cross of honor for her services to the republic. Mrs. Hutton calls on every woman in the United States to help blot out conditions which threaten the national life. Mrs. Mary Roberts Rinehart, brilliant writer, argues that women can stop crime by fighting against its forces. Armstrong M.D. Weds Margaret Mary Sadler ARMSTRONG, Dec. 2S. -- Word las been received here of the marriage of Dr. R. H. Schrecengost of Armstrong to Margaret Mary Snciler of Los Angeles, which took place at Flagstaff, Ariz.,, on Dec. 16. .;. Henry Godman, Stanford swimmer, shaved four-tenths of a second off the Pacific Coast collegiate 100 yard free style record in practice. Mr. and Mrs. William Kage- boeck have returned to their home n Iowa City after a holiday visit with Mrs. Hageboeck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gildner, 217 'ifth street northwest. Mr. Hage- weck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hageboeck of Lake Park, were also nests at the Gildner home for ihristmas. * O C John Taylor, a student at the United States Military academy at West Point, is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth L. Taylor, 32 Seventh street northwest. Mrs. Martin Peterson, 1312 Adams avenue northwest, left Wednesday for Fort Wayne, Ind., where she will visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Remmers and daughter, Mona. Ann. * * * Sirs. Loma Brown and daughter, Barbara, Mankato, formerly of Mason City, have been guests at the home of Mrs. A. L. Lake, 191 Crescent drive. 0 3 * Ken Leonard, a student at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, is spending his vacation visiting in Nora Springs and Mason City. * * * Mae Grace and Wilbur Spuhler, 651 Ninth street northeast, are spending the holidays in Chicago witli their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. SHIoway. * * u Dr. Delavan Holman of McGill university, Montreal, Canada, is visiting at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Holman, 615 Second street northeast. * * rt Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Tudor and children. Mary Lee and Jackie, Fairmont, Minn., have returned to their home after spending Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mra. G. F. Barnosky, 625 Delaware avenue southeast, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Barrett, 696 Third street northeast. Mr. Tudor is the brother of Mra Barrett. * * !p Miss Dikka Moon who teaches at Mclntire is vacationing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Moen, 003 Adams avenue northwest. * -Â·* * Misa Jo Anne Marta Babcoek, 1224 Washington avenue northwest, is spending the week-end with Wil ma Barta at Manly. Larry Meade, a student at United States Naval academy at Annapolis, Md., has left for Minneapolis for a visit after spending a short time in Mason City. --.;.-By the time we solved the initials we had forgotten what the great re covcry orator wan saying.---Detroit News. Magazine Uses Short Story by Dixie Willson "The Parson Stays Up Till Midnight" is the title of a ahort stoi-y by Dixie Willson, Mason City author, appearing- in the January issue of the Good Housekeeping- magazine. It is a New Year's story and concerns the romance of Charlie Harper, Ezra Treat and Bade Fletcher and how it influenced the similar triangle affair of Johnny F'-nn, Vie Rainey and Virginia Andrews. A surprise turn gives the story which has an unusual plot a pleasing ending. Miss Will-son's style and handling of material shows much advancement in this short story. Her choice of material as always Is excellent, as is her conversation and character building. Game Warden Weds Miss Anna Steussy ALGONA, Dec. 28.--Miss Anna Steussy of Algona became the bride of Ernest Schuenke of Storm Lake at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. H. M. Steussy. The bride is a graduate of the Al- jona high school and has taught school six years. Thi past four years sho has taught the primary grade at McGregor. She was attended by her sister, Frances, and the bridegroom by a brother of the bridu, Gerald. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. P. J. Braner. pastor of the German Lutheran church. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for a trip to Des Moines and the southern part of the state, after which they will be at home in Storm Lake. Mr. Schuenke is deputy state game warden. Social Calendar THURSDAY M. C. M. Flayers-- 7:30 o'clock, Queen Esther rac';;j. of Methodist church. PauheUcnic dance-Hotel Hanford. FRIDAY Trinity Ladies' aid-Church parlors, Mrs. R. O. Stor- vick, Mrs. M. B. Larson, Mrs. C. S. Rankio, Mrs. J. O, Gilbert. .;,_ FREIN-WILSON OSAGE, Dec. 28.---A marriage license was granted to J. C. Wilson:cf- Garner and Sue J. Frein of Stacyville, both legal age, Wednesday at Mitchell county clerk's office. sr Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 OUÂ»TX3Y ANS gATlCFACTtON WITH KVERY PURCHASE Tremendous Reductions on DRESSES Â£$3.95 SQ.95 $9 S S Buy your dress for New Year's tomorrow at a savings. You can buy some of the smartest dresses in our stock for very little money. Included are Silks, Wools, Velvets, Sheers and Satins. Colors, sizes and styles becoming everyone--and enough dresses to go around. Choose your type here at these reductions.