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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, December 30, 1933
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tf-A MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZB1TE DECEMBER 30 ENTERTAINMENT PLANNED TO WELCOME IN .193* Festivities InciudeOwl CMbDance Dr. and Mrs. ;M.:D. McMichael Ihyite" Friends to , Often 1 House. The New Year Wfill'be ushered in with a number of watch night parties in Mason City. Outstanding among the festivities planned is the annual Owl's club;party which will be Sunday night at the Hotel Hanford. · . · Supper served'at 10:30 o'clock and dancing: will begin at midnight. Carey' Brothers orchestra from Des Moines will'play for dancing. Reviving a traditional New Year's day-custom; Dr. and Mrs. M.M). Mc- Miehael, 33 Beaumont drive, have invited their friends to call between the hours of 5 and 7 on New Year's day. · party at Ellis Club. Another New Year's day event will be the annual Elks club party at the clubroomsr Bridge, both auction and contract, will-be played beginning at 7 o'clock and dancing will start at 8 o'clock. Turk Ramsey and his Pepper Shakers will play. -New' Year's Festivities at Clear Lake Include a dance New Year's eve and a New Year's night dance at the Clear Lake Country club. Tuesday will mark the resumption of routine after the holiday season. The Woman's club'board will meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the Y. W..C. A. for its January session. The child conservation department of the club will meet Friday from 1 to 3 o'clock for the mothly welfare baby clinic at the Y W. C. A. Woman's Club Speaker. WiH Durant, the man who popularized philosophy, will be the Woman's club speaker for its first general meeting of the new year, Jan. 9;'at the First Methodist church. Mr. Durant is the .author of. several books and many articles. The D. A. R. chapter will meet for luncheon at the Church of Christ. Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The Committee in charge includes Mrs. R. E. Brisbine, Mrs. H. W. Koenicke, Mrs. H, N. Jacoby, Miss Laura Kern, Mrs. Julia Stinehart and Mrs. Etta Storer. Mrs. Volney Hanson will have charge c.f ..the program. , -Pv'E. O. meetings set for Wednesday, include chapter D Z ? which' vim be with Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley Wednesday evening. Mrs. Irene, and Mrs. Beulah Arrar GOWN SLENDERLY SMART COWL'NECKLINE USED TO NEW ADVANTAGE IN BODICE OF . FROCK ACHIEVES INTERESTING EFFECT ' Globe-Gazette Fecrlet» 15 Cent fatten*. 200 Fifth Avenne,- New York City By BIAXA U.\V - N O T I C E ! We Wish to Announce the Closing of Our South Federal Store. The North Federal Store; Will Be Open for Business as Usual. ,We Take This Opportun- 1 ity of Wishing You a Happy New Year BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO. 518 North-Federal Avc. PHONE 20G4 AH you need is a length of black woolen that has added a gleam of gold metal in its weaves. You'll be charmed with its suppleness. You'll find It so easily handled. It is just the smartest fabric of the moment for an all-occasion dress, especially for holiday gaieties. And won't you be surprised at the small sum this French dress will cost you. Black crepe silk with the draped bib bodice section of turquoise blue crepe silk is another new and loye- . ly scheme. Velvet is also chic in black or garnet. · Style No. 327 is designed for sizes 35, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48 inches bust. Size 36 requires 4 VI yards 39 inch material. The Essence of Fashion! All summed up for you in this exciting new book of fashions and patterns. If yon pride yourself on being in the "fashion know" you can't afford to miss it. You'll find the editorials am'ising and helpful. "Sure Cure for the Blues" contains valuable tips. Send for your copy today. Price of book" 10 cents. Price of pattern IS 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. 327 LICENSES ISSUED AT GARNER. GARNER, Dec. 30.--Clerk Elmer Raw issued marriage licenses to Fred J. Arnold, Klemme, and Margaret Carr, Garner; John Holton, 23, and Evelyn Grandon, 19, both of New Hartford; Louis Smidt, 24, Brltt, and Hattie Copper, 23, Kanawha; Myr! L. Jlowbray, Kerny, Nebr., and Lucille Chandler, Britt. ; ; Let*s Wort for Happy New Year/ 3 Is Messag strong will be hostesses to chapter ON.'. . . - . - . · Phoenician club will'meet Wednesday evening with Miss Jean Mickey; and; Jtfiss Florence Martin Will nave the'-Iesson. ·. i Io\va Work Through CWA WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. OB--Civil works officials announced today 350 women in Iov«a are employed on civil works projects'and 1,500 on" civil works service projects. Nebraska has' l',838 oa 'CWS and none ori. CWA,~ while South, D_akota has 5X2 distributed between the: two. ...._ TRINITY LADIES' AID RE-ELECTS OFFICERS Mrs..R; O. Storvick was reelected president of the Trinity Ladles' aid at a meeting Friday at theVchurch. Mrs. M.,E. Larson was re-elected vice president and Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson, secretary, and Miss: Minnie Lien was named treasurer to succeed Mrs. L .C. Rankin. PORTLAND'WOMEN ,, ' MEET FOR LESSON Portland Women's'Project group met with Mrs/.J. O.-BIttennan Friday for the · second lesson in the clinic on clothing. 'Miss Ada Baake gave a list ;o£'good books for children and suggestions .wer emade for making over dresses. The next lesson oh-yTrerids in Trimming and Other Accessories" .will be given Feb. 22 at the home of Mrs. Glen McEachran. ;C *Grace Morrison Poole Sends . Inspiration to Club Women. WASHINGTON, Dec. 30,--"Instead of wishing for a happy New Year,' let's work for one--the best year, in;,our history," urges Mrs; Grace"M6rrison Poole, president of the General Federation of Women's clubs. "Never did a year open with a greater number of challenges to the citizeris.'of these United''States than 1934 It seems to be fairly certain BR1NGIN BESTW FOR Looks like things \yere picking up ..'. ·',! and we sin-" cerely hope you get your share of all the good things 1934 offers. The Butter of Superior Flavor I O W A STATE BRAND Never before has Butter-sold so cheaply In December . Use It Freely for Its Flavor and for Your. Health that-.we have turned the elusive cor-, ner.yarid with that turn has come an" entirely new conception of the balance between capital and labor and the consume^. This adjustment is not-easy to accept 'in toto'. but I. have been particularly proud of the way the women of our great organization have met the problems coming: out of'the 'new deal;' 'There are still some obstacles to overcome, old fallacies to discard, but I feel I cau sa; with Gen. Hugh S.,Johnson recently commented on the co-operation of the general federation: 'We could not have attained the "success which lias been'ours during 'thesa' few months without the wholehearted, support of the women of the country and we aie encouraged to'go on.because.we know that ,we have this vital force behind us. These are important days and we are grateful to all those who are loyal to the administration of the blue eagle.'', . ' ' '" Ninteen hundred thirty-four' will bring disappointments and failures of'course, but i am confident that there will be no disappointment in .the spirit of co-operation given by the gen:ral federation and no failure to co-operate in all ways leading to a better and finer -United States."'· . - . . · · · - . T .--*-- ·' Miss Vera Fairchild Weds Clifford Boring EAGLE GROVE, Dec. 30.--Clifford Boring, son'of Mr. and Mrs. TJ. M. 'Boring of Eagle :Grove, : was married .to Miss Vera Faircblld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L,. S. Fairchild of Webster City, Dec. 27, at the parsonage of the Church of Christ at Webster.City, by the Rev. Manson E. Miller. The attendants were Miss Gladys Cordes and Lee Croxell of Webster City. The couple will'make their home in Eagle Grove. --·:·-- ·, , Guests Entertained at Breakfast, Tea MANLY, · Dec. 30.--The Misses Lucille Culver, Atlantic; Zenlta. Mc- MiirtrJe. Minneapolis,' and Adelpbia Mitchell, Huntsyille, Texas, were honored at a breakfast Friday at the Bovaird tearoom at Mason City. Following the breakfast the group attended a theater party. Mrs. W. V. Mitchell -and Mrs. J. R. Mitchell, Mason City, entertained the guests at a 5 o'clock tea at the J. R. Mitchell home. The party included Mrs. S. O. Brown, Mrs. J. H. Mullinix, M1B9 Lucille Culver, Mrs. Elmer Benson, Mrs. R, A. Culver, Mrs. Emma McMurtrie, Mrs. T«. O. Knut- sori, Miss Adelphia Mitchell, Miss Zenita McMurtrie, Mrs. R. G. Mitchell, Mrs. W. J. Mitchell and Mrs. J. R. Mitchell, Mason City. · Much Given by Club to Community Woman's Organization Does Welfare \vork Outside Program. ' The Mason ', City Woman's club faces 1934 with an enrollment of 1,137 members of -which 554 are new members and 573 renewals and with a program which tends toward study groups based on individual effort and; a. general program which bears out the custom of the club in bringing outstanding talent to; Mason City. During the past year, in addition to its regular meetings, the club has offered much to the welfare of the community. The maternity bed fund has provided hospital care for, a number of women, chosen by the civic committee of the club and the Social Welfare League. The child conservation department has conducted monthly well-baby clinics for children of prs-school age and has provided cod liver oil and vegetables for needy babies. Towels Sold for Blind. Towels made by the blind women of Iowa have been sold through the agency of the club. Both the Community Chest fund and the Christmas Cheer fund have received contributions. Art exhibits have been brought to Mason City by the Woman's ciub are department, the only medium through which this type of thing is given to the community. The outdoor life department sponsored its annual flower show and plant exchange in 1933. The community was admitted to the music department's presentation of "The Messiah." Classes in Variety. Innovations in the club program are classes in handcraft and philosophy, a section for younger women, a drama study group and classes in modern art. Departmental work also includes the presentation of plays, book reviews, speech lessons, outdoor life lectures, current events, musicaj programs. Mrs. Stuart N. Grummon is the president of the Woman's club, beginning her term of office in May and her predecessor who concluded a two year term in the first six months of 1033 was Mrs. J. L. Pauley. . . · . . ; . NASHUA, Dec: 30.-- Miss Martha Plraer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pltaer of Callender, and Alvm Hobart, son of Mr. and Mis. Frank Hobart of Fort Dodge, were married Thursday night at the Little Brown church by the Rev. William Kent. They weie attended by Miss Bertha PI (her and . Carroll Moore. They -will make their home on a farm near Fort bodge. _2,;, _ MASON TOWNSHIP WOMEN TO. MEET ' The clothing- clinic lesson for Mason township will be held Wednesday at the homo of ilrs J. L Hockaday. The meeting will start at 10 o'clock and members will bring dresses to be remodeled. _.;._ NULTON-GRANDON. ;GARNER, Dec. SO.-- Evelyn 'Grandon arid John Nulton, both of New Hartford, were married Dec. 26 by Justice of the Peace Herbert V. Reed. Witnesses were Susie and Sarah Nulton, sisters of the bridegroom. Former Mason City Girl Pleases With Accordian SUSS JANE LIESENBEUG Convention foi-B. p.w; Glubs Set Mason City Organization Plans for Meeting in 1934. The state convention of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs which will be held in Mason City next June will be the high point in the year of the local B. P. W. club and work in 1933 has been directed toward arrangements for the entertainment of the convention. Mrs. W. R. Hamilton is the pro_ram chairman for the state convention as well as for the local club and Mrs. Julia Potts is president of the local club which numbers more than 60 members. The B. P. W. club has conducted monthly meetings · with programs based on the fields in which the organization is interested. An. outstanding event in 1933 was the public relations banquet March 8 when Miss-Marjorie Shuler of 'the Christian Science Monitor staff "spoke to the ctub and Its guests, The''B. P, W. club sponsors,,a scholarship fund through which loans ·· are made to girls to enable them to complete their educations. During the past year a number of quilts were pieced for . the Social Welfare League. Mason City has a state officer, Miss Joy Ridgeway, state treasurer, arid a district chairman, Miaa Beulah Randolph, in its roster. WILSON-FREIN. STACYVILLE, Dec, 30.--At .Visitation :church was held the marriage of Miss Sue Freln, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Anton Frein, to Jess Wilson of Garner. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to a number of relatives at the farm home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will reside in Garner where Mr. Wilson is io business. Th,« musical talent of a former Mason City girl, Miss Jane Liesenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Liesenberg of Kansas City, is bringing delight to the Clear Lake community these days. The Liesen- bergs are guests during the holiday season at 'the home of Mr. Liesenberg's mother, Mrs. J. L. Liesenberg, 405 First street northeast, and of his .brother, Lloyd Liesenberg, Clear Lake. Thursday night, as her uncle's contribution to the program, Miss Liesenberg played her piano-accordion for the Clear Lake Rotarians and New Year's Eve, she will be a guest entertainer at the Clear Lake country club party, appearing on the program between 10 o'clock and midnight along with Dr. R. F. Kunz and Fred Staffer of Mason City. Dance music will be provided by Carl West's orchestra. The Liesenbergs will return to Kansas City early this coming week. A part of the Christmas sea- Photo by Russell SO n has been spent by Mr. Lieseri- """ berg at Owatonna, Minn., on a bus" r iness mission. He is engaged in the insurance business and has been one of his company's leaders in the development of business volume. SEND FLOWERS For A Happy Ney/ Year To make those you love really happy on New Year's Day . . .let flowers convey your greetings. Don't forget to order that corsage for New Year's Eve. Phone 55 KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE We Wire FJoAvers Everywhere! Teacher at Kanawha Weds Fred W. Kraft GARNER, Dec. 30.--Miss Ruth Bowers, daughter of · Mrs. Nellie Bowers of Garner, was united in marriage to Fred W. Kraft, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kraft of Renwick, Dec, 28, at the home of the bride's mother with the Rev. T. Ernest Hoon, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Attendants were the bride:s niece, Lola Bowers of Garner, and George Kraft of Ren wick, brother of the bridegroom. The bride was graduated from Garner high school and attended Iowa State Teachers' college. She has taught in the schools at Hayfield and for the past five and one- tialf years has been junior principal in the schools at Kanawha. After a wedding trip to Jeffers, Minn., the bride will complete the semester In the Kanawha schools after which they will be at home on a farm near Reuwick. aiANrFOUO-WILKINSON A. marriage license has been issued to James Manifold, 29, of'Are- dale and Dorothy · Wilkinson, 27, Rockwell. Activities of Council AreVaried Parent Teacher Group Working for Mental Hygiene at New Project.. Mental hygiene is the new work of the Mason City Parent Teacher council as it begins 1934 under the leadership of Mrs. O. A. Merkcl. The council is composed of representatives from the Parent Teacher associations of the city. G. A. Dale is mental hygiene chairman for the council and the work at present consists of the reading of two books, "Children at the Crossroads," by Agnes Benedict and "The School and Mental Health" by Clara Bassett. Mr. Dale is studying mental hygiene under Dr. Harold Anderson of the extension department of the University of Iowa. The council is completing its an- nual Christmas seal sale through which funds are collected to carry on health work in the schools. The total realized from the sale of the seals is divided between the Iowa Tuberculosis association and the local council and the local funds are administered through Miss Hattie Lymenstahl. . Canned iood and clothing for the needy were collected by. the council under the chairman ship of Mrs. Seba Vail during the fall and are being given out by the Social Weir fare league. Individual associations are working on quilts and clothing for the needy. The council has co-operated with the 40 and 8 in its putting the milk for needy children in the schools and also in the collection of toys which were renovated and distributed at Christmas time. · MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to Herman Viera, 26, and Ampara Garcia, 21, Jack D. Miller, 22. an J Ruth Gulbranson, 22, all of Mason City; F. W. Hall and Mrs. Helen Daniels, both of Clear Lake; Robert L. Richard, 27, and Irene Brown,] 27, both of Minneapolis. i. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 KOURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH KVE8Y PUSCHAS A Gay New Year's Eve to You.. And.Health and Joy the whole yeai- through; "SEE YOU TOMORROW" (TUESDAY) " New Day has dawned, a new world, new people . . . . new ideas, new desires, new tastes. Change-change--change! ~ But the confidence ot Americans in America stands un- · changed'. . . as strongly as it did when our fathers founded tho Nation . . . a confidence based oh Truth, Integrity, Progress, Service, and Goofl Will. It is this spirit that inspired Diamond AH-Bqtter Bakers to employ these same principles in giving io DIAMOND ALL-BUTTER BREAD only those qualities V which win and hold the confidence and good will of tlio American family. DIAMOND ALL-BUTTER BREAD is truly a bread in which you can have the utmost confidence, Order it from your grocer today. You'll be convinced that this Is true. HELP BRtNft BACK 'ARM PRO/P1RITY

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