The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1934 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 19, 1934
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MARCH 19 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Mr. and Mrs. Klatt Entertained at Party Mrs. Hilary Jones and Mrs. Albert Hunt were hostesses at a silver wedding anniversary celebration honor- ing Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Klatt, 711 Washington avenue southwest, who were married March 17, 1909. The time was spent in playing 500 with high score prizes going to Doris Jones and Frank Flannlgan and low score prizes to Mrs. Flanigan and Mr. Klatt. DRESSED UP IN BLUE! A Selby Shoe $6.85 L A I R D - C ^^TM 14 IP C*r.t n Cf W^F : E. State St. Where Shoes Are Really Fitted Luncheon was served at the close of the party. Out of town guests include Mrs. Chris Bahnsen, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Klatt and daughters, Maxine and Marilyn, all of Laraontc; Mrs. Will Klatt and son, Billy; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Klatt and son, Bobby, Marble Rock, and Bert Aspland, Burchinal. A gift of money and flowers was presented to the Klatts. BA1TIST Y. W. A. TO MEET THURSDAY Baptist Y. W. A. will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock Look Your Best Let Us Give Your Easter Permanent QUALITY -- SERVICE -- PRICE MYERS BEAUTY STUDIO PHONE 919 7 S. DELAWARE AVE. at the home of Mrs. E. C. Tobsing, 1603 Delaware avenue southeast, with Mrs. M. Avery as assisting hostess. The meeting had been scheduled for Tuesday. RODEBAUGH-BARBER NASHUA, March 19.--The marriage of Miss Marie Barber and Harold L. Rodebaugh of Rippey took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Barber, east of Nashua, Sunday, the Rev. G. C. Lusted officiating. They were attended by Miss Arlene Martin and Ed Barber. The bride Is a graduate of Nashua high school and Iowa State Teachers' college, and has been teaching at Rippey the past four years. The bridegroom was graduated from the Iowa State college at Ames. They will reside upon a farm belonging to the bridegroom's father at Rippey. ithth W Q RJiD [The object of the Quality League of America is to cultivate a better understanding of the extra value and added jatisfaction you can obtain by making Quality the first consider* ation. in every purchaut. HE bonds of winter are broken. Spring is here and summer is on the way. New courage, new pride, new joy in living has been re-born. Nature begins to deck herself in livelier colors and all mankind follows her mood. Dress up for the joyful Easter season. Yourself, your family and your home will all take double pride in having new things NOW. In T buying 5 new * spring clothes and new furnishings for the home--put Quality first. Then you'll be sure, not only of immediate pleasure, but of satisfaction that will last. / A S K T O B E S H O W N Q U A L I T Y M E R C H A N D I S E DAMON'S, INC. BLANCHARD'S CURRtE-VAN NESS CO. CHAPMAN FURNITURE CO. CKYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO. BARRETT BROS. JACOB E. DECKER SONS FELT'S MARKET FINK'S SMART APPAREL FULLERTON LUMBER CO. JOHN GALLAGHER, INC. GILDNER BROS. GLANVILLE BROS. GRUPP FOOD MARKET MARSHALL SWIFT, INC. LAIRD SHOE CO. HERMANSON BROS. DAffiY HUXTABLE DRUG CO. D. K. LUNDBERG CO. LYONS LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS NICHOLS GREEN MYERS BEAUTY STUDIO MONTGOMERY WARD CO. THE MERKEL CO. MASON CITY BAKING CO. PAGE LUMBER CO. PALAIS ROYAL PEOPLES GAS ELEC. CO. J. C. PENNEY CO. PFAFF BAKING CO. W. H. POTTS, JEWELER RAY E. PRUSIA CO. THOMPSON-DEAN CO. VANCE MUSIC CO. MIER WOLF SONS Copyright 1934 QrjMlItT Lea(rjt of Ancrto hw. IT'S THRIFTX TO BUY QUALITY WILL GIVE CHALLENGE Dorothy Fuldhelm of Cleveland will be presented in a lecture on "The Layman's Challenge to Education" by the Grade Teachers' association Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium. The meeting is open to the public. Mrs. Fuldheim was the speaker at the North Central Teachers' convention in Fort Dodge last week and Mason Cltyans who heard her speak of her as having "a delightful sense of humor, a keen intellect and a dramatic way of speaking which held the audience spell-bound." Of her address, one Mason Cityan said that it was a real experience--that she Is a woman of striking beauty and individuality--and that her interpretation of the modern period is one which challenges thought. Last Classes in Handicraft Are Scheduled The last work meeting of the handicraft department for the year will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. when finishing touches will be put on pottery, pewter and lampshades. Miss Harriett Stoddard has been conducting the work in pottery, Miss Teresa Holt, pewter, and Mrs. J. H. Murray, lampshades. New molds for pewter will be available at j the meeting Tuesday, so that more can work In this medium. The handicraft department will conclude Its year April 3 at a tea when^workdone_during__theL_xear_ '"wMTbe ^xEIblted. The projects of the handcraft department which is a new group in the Woman's club, have been chair caning, box carving, knitting and crocheting, rug making, Christmas gifts and cards, pottery, patchwork, applique, tufting, lamp shades and pewter work. William C. Holman, and Lyman G Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur G. Stevens, both of Mason City. They were attended by Dick Hoiman and Clinton Stevens. VlCKS VORATONE a better mouth-wash at a big saving! Bits About 'Em Mason Cityans who attended the performance of Katharine Cornell in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street," Saturday in Des Moines included Miss Tommy D. Priest, Miss Helen Fullerton, Miss Frances Forster, 610 Jefferson avenue northwest; Miss Myrtle Albert, Hotel Cerro Gordo, Miss Ellen Smith, 207 Rhode Island avenue southeast, Miss Louise Macket, 125 Fourth street northwest, Mrs. Mae S. Walker, 921 First street southeast, Mr. and Mrs. W. Earl Hall, 22 River heights, and Kenneth Neu, 809 East State street. * * * John David Arbuckle of Waterloo is visiting at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Friesner, 114 Fourth street northwest, while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Arbuckle, are spending a month in New Orleans. * * * Mrs. Dora Schneider who spent the winter in Grundy Center with her son has- returned to Mason City to be with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Armeritrout, 23 Connecticut avenue northeast. Misa Florence Flynn, Eadmar hotel, spent the week-end at Nevada. * f V Curtis Friesner has returned to Minneapolis after a two day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Friesner, 114 Fourth street northwest. * * # The Rev. R. F. Schneider of Grundy Center visited in Mason City Sunday while making arrangements to conduct meetings here the first part of April. * * * Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Webster, 8 Beaumont drive, left Sunday for Chicago where they will spend several days. * * * Ronald Fallows, Arnold Tice, Fraser Spence and Woodrow Sherin, Mason City students at the University of Iowa, have been initiated into Sigma Chi fraternity. MANY COUPLES MARRIED AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA, March 19.--The Rev. William Kent officiated at the mar- ·riage of Mildred Turk and Burl H. Luther, both of Oceola; Alma Christensen and Harry Johnson, both of Cedar Falls; Margaretta Rosendahl, Cedar Rapids, and Carl Folstrom, Chicago; Eva M. Prunty and Leslie Himcke. both of Dec Moines; Vera Holman, daughter o f ! BRIDE SETS TO MATCH Diamond and Wedding Ring. The Latest WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE William McFarlane Rites to Be Held Tuesday Afternoon The body of William T. McFar- ne, Sr., arrived Monday morning rom Glendale, Cal., where he died riday at the home of his daughter rom heart disease. Mr. McFarlane as visiting his daughter in Califor- ia at the time of his death. Funeral sen-ices will be held at he Randall funeral home at 3 clock Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. Villbun L. Dibble, pastor of the ongregational church, will be in harge of the services. Burial will e in Elmwood cemetery. Jack Mcagher, new football coach t Auburn, must find new men to 11 the places of It varsity players ost by graduation. MEN'S ILLINOIS STRAP WATCHES HALF 1'KICE VALUE lj)4Z. 50 17 Jewel Movements 14 K. Gold Filled Cases MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. Building "My Mother Took It, Too" Here's Strength for Rundown Women "My mother used to take Lydia E^ Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. After I grew up she gave it to me. I have been doing housework for eleven years. I felt weak and tired ac certain times. Your medicine gave me more strength and built me up when I was rundown." -- Mrs. Mary Garant, 415 Adams St., N. £., Mtmtc- apolis, Minnesota. If you arc weak, nervous , and rundown give this med- icinc a chance f**A · Vu^ow. ^laoT^tmr 'SruggistTeiislt; LYDIA E. 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