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April 14, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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K MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 14 jg 1936 FIVE 80 Present for Twelfth Anniversary Church of Christ Y. M. F. C. Meets for Annual Banquet. Observing the twelfth anniversary of the founding of the Young Married Folks class of the Church of Christ Monday evening, a banquet and program were held in the church. More than 80 members and friends of the organization were present "or the affair. Table decorations were carried out in the class colors of pink and green Programs were at each place, and spring flowers added to the attractiveness of the banquet tables. Dinner music was presented by a string trio composed of Dorothy Edwards piano, Raymond La Gasse, viohn and James Stinehart, cello. Guests Introduced. Following the dinner, the progran was orcened by the class president Charles Crumb, as toastmaster. Mr Crumb introduced out of town vis itora ,Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hynds o Independence, former members o the group, and react letters at greet- from those unable to attend, The irs, number on the program was presented by LaRoy White who fave his version of several popular song hits, singing and playing on a kazoo. Mis. J. H. Marston, teacher of tie class, followed with a toast, ie thor.e of which centered around .he springtime.- Mrs. Marston developed the thought that it is a joy to be alive and able to enjoy the beauties of April and of the spring. Following a custom which has bene carreid out in the annual banquets for several years, a review of the activities for the past year was given. The material was prepared by Virgil Hicks from a. scrapbook kept by Blanche Collins. The review was given in (.he form of a talking newsreel, and was entitled, "The March of Time." Humorous slides projected on a screen depicted important events, and speaking parts were taken by Mrs. Stanley Haynes, Stanley Haynes and Virgil Hicks. Carlson Is Speaker. The address of the evening was given by Rev. A. S. Carlson, of the Congregational church. The speaker compared the experiences of life to the experiences of a vacation trip. He spoke of the beauties and wonders of nature and made a strong plea for safe driving, pointing out the tremendous death toll from careless driving. The program was closed with two piano selections played by Richard Fairer, the son of Mr- and Mrs. Harry Farrer, who are members of the Y. M. F. C. The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, gave the benediction. Smart Fashions at Thrift Prices! 3 Marvelous Groups - Featured Tomorrow BITS ABOUT 'EM f; Young! Gay! Smartly Different! Exquisite printed triple sheers . . . smart nets in dainty weaves . . . flattering crepes trimmed with bright flowers and lingerie --clever jacket styles in new bright hues! SUITS M SIMPLY AMAZING VALUES! Unexcelled in fabrics and workmanship -- distinctive Cur-trimmed models . . . smart 3-piece wardrobe suits . . . snug jacket types in mannish versions . . . flattering' swagger styles! THE SEASON'S SUCCESSES! Tailored with ut- m o s t precision-swagger coats in new lengths . . . sporty ombre plaids and stripes -- individual dressy types --clever f u r r'e d fashions -- smart Chesterfields! SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY Mrs. Walter A. Elliott and daugh- ers, Mary Kathryn and Patricia, ^ort Sheridan, m,, are visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gitz, 127-Thirteenth street northeast, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gibbs. 60 Twelfth street northwest. The Illiotts will leave June 2 for the 'hilippines where Captain Elliott will be stationed at Manila for the next two years. They will sail on the Republic from New York, stopping at Panama, San Francisco, juam, Hawaii, Shanghai and Yoka- hama. While in the Philippines, Mary Kathryn plans to attend the University of Manila, founded in 1500. Miss Elliott is a junior in the Lake Forest high schoo'l now and her sister is in Gorton junior high school. Returning from the Philippines, they plan to come by the western route. # * * Miss Maxine Rector and Miss Norma Becrman have returned to their studies at the University of Iowa after spending Easter with Miss Rector's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rector, 229 Seventh street northwest. Miss Beerman also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Beerman in Aberdeen, S. Dak. Both Miss Rector and Miss Beerman arc recent initiates of Kappa Altha Theta sorority.' * * * Miss Helen Heidenrich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heidenrich 730 Fifteenth place northeast, ha. 1 ' left for Chicago where she has accepted a position as a member ol the staff of the Children's Memoria hospital. Spring Breakfast Given-at Hanforc Spring was the dominant note o the breakfast given by Mrs. B. C Way, 321 Second street southeast and Mrs. Fred Dufficld, 303 Second street southeast, Monday morning at the Euchre and Cycle club at th Hotel Hanford. Jonquils, narcissus baby breath and forget-me-not decorated the tables which wer spread with yellow linen. Bridg prizes which were spring flowers i birchbark holders went to Mrs. i W. Irons" and Mrs. Harvey Bryant D. S. B. CLUB MEETS AT HANFORD HOTEL Members of the D. S. B. club me Monday night for dinner at th Hanford hotel. Bridge was playe with high score prizes going to M and Mrs. Lee Tevis and low to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Frelund. It was the final meeting until fall. 7 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. roller skating, box supper. Triple D. club-7 o'clock, Eadmar hotel. Mrs. Rex Asper, dinner hostess. Baptist V. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Hugh Magner, 625 Third street northeast. C. D. of A.-8 o'clock, Moose hal!. WEDNESDAY Grimes, Aspirant for Governor, Visits Here Republican Job Is to Pick Nominee Who Can Win in Fall,. He Says. resccut club-- ' ' 8 o'clock. Y. W. C. A.. Repban Hall, speaker. Special music. ridge club-1 o'clock. Euchre and Cycle club Mrs. Harvey Bryant, hostess. tueen ol clubs-1 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room Coterie club-1 o'clock, Park Inn, Mrs. M. Carlson, Mrs. E. W. Shillin hostesses. ihapter GN P. B. 0.-1 o'clock, Mrs. F. C. Lovell, 212 Second street southeast, Mrs. 1 G. Schumaker, Mrs. E. F. Vin cent hostesses, lesson on Mexico by Mrs. W. A. Westfall. Our Saviour's Ladies' aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. Martin Rasmussen, hostess. freeman Ladies' aid-Mrs. C. H. Mensch. D. S. W. V. circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Glen Gilbert, 10 1 Twelfth street northwest, Mrs. Mae Morgan, Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson, assisting. Trinity Koosevelt circle-Postponed. Calvary Home Missionary society-Postponed. Central Lutheran West group-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. G. Wass, 321 Monroe avenue northwest, Mrs. Martin Hulke, hostess. Delpliians-- 2 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. P. E. O. Chapter DZ-- 2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Lesson, Mrs T. J. Bracken, K. B. Bridge club-6:30 o'clock, Cerro Gordo hotel, Mrs. E. G. Larson, hostess. Harding C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school. L. A. to B. ol K. T.-7:30 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. A. M. C. and B. W. 7:30 o'clock, Labor hall. St. James Friendship society-S o'clock, church parlors, Mr. and Mrs. S. Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. H. Thompson, serving. Trinity Lincoln circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Viruiie Christensen, 115li First street southeast, husbands guests. W. M. T. club-S o'clock, Mr. Carl Johnson, 429 Second street northeast. Japan will strengthen its indus try. J. M. Grimes of Osccola, republican candidate for governor, was in Mason City , Monday on campaign business. He expressed confidence that he would have a. clear-cut majority in 65 of the 99 counties. "The business before the republicans of Iowa," he said, "is to select a candidate who is most likely to win next November. The party is the loser if in the primary campaign ill feeling is engendered and I have no thought of indulging in activities which will make it more difficult for the republican nominee, whoever he be, to win in the fall election." Mr. Grimes, who is editor ol a weekly newspaper, says that his greatest strength is manifest in rural districts, although not confined there at all. This he regards as a favorable augury "because the farm \ote is always decisive in an Iowa election." The Osccola man has several campaign speeches scheduled for the next few weeks, some of them in North Iowa. THOMPSON-HERMANSQN LKLAND--Arthur Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson, east of town, and Miss Edith Her- nianson, daughter of Sever Her- mansou, were married Sunday at Winncbago church by the Rev. H. F. Huseth. Dinner was served at noon to immediate relatives at the Hermanson home. Mrs. Thompson attended Leland public school. The attendants were Miss Ada Colby of Mason City a cousin of the bride, and Lester Thompson, cousin of the bridegroom. They are at home on the farm cast of town owned by the bride's father which has been rented by Mr. Thompson for the past three years. 3 South Federal Avenue !... Not A New Jail Marriage Licenses Issued to Couples NEW HAMPTON -- Licenses to red were issued to Leo Meyer and Gail M Graeger, both of Sumner; ITincent E. Howard of Rochester, Vlinn and Helen Cecelia Lovejoy f Blair, Wis.; Wesley Cook of Red Ving. Minn., and Mardella Winter f Brainard, Minn.; Wilbur Jackon and Mildred Starr, both of Washington; Lester LaVerne Hensey and Phyllis Marjoric Hayless. loth of Fort Madison; George H. Hardisty and Eunice C. Christen- -cn, both of Minneapolis; Paul Nese- neier and Bcrnice Dichl, both of ,cnark, 111.: David Sharp and Bue Angell, both of Cedar Rapids: Cle- Uis and Jacob Diesburg and Ethel ilagdalenc Lampson, both of Ionia; Alvin J. Molden and Violet Grace 7 alk. both of Austin, Minn.; Raynond Shelley and Mattie Jensen joth of Minneapolis. Minn. WEDDINGS TAKE PLACE AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA--Mary Morgan Lloyd and Harry Gordon Lytle. both Cambria 'Wis.; Eunice Christcnscn and George H. Hardisty, Minneapo lis; Blanche Cleveland, Kanawha and William Gourley, Corwith; Hel en Lovejoy, Blair, Wis., and Vincen Howard Rochester, Minn.; Phylis Hayles and Lester Hensley, For Madison;. Bernice Diehl and Pau Nesemier, Lanark; Frances Shire man and Paul -Canfield, Waterloo Mildred Starr and Wilbur Jackson Washington; Martelle Winter, Brain erd, Minn., and Wesley Cook, Re Wing, Minn., were married at th Little Brown church by the Rev William Kent. TOINT PARTY 1LANNEI BY AMERICAN LEGION Members of the American Legio a.nd auxiliary will have a joint part Friday evening at the armory. Th program will consist of music an dances and refreshments will be served There will be cards and dancing for entertainment. Couples will be admitted if either member las a 1936 Legion or auxiliary card. » a · strncted by Lyons Cleaners NOTE: The steel reinforcing which at this time has been imbedded in 12-inch concrete walls. The vaults, when complete, will be Iowa's finest and North Iowa's first under refrigeration and with controlled humidity. The addition will be completed in time for the present storing season. Fire-proof, Moth-proof and Burglar-proof. PHONE 600 WH1TE-VVOODLEY. DUMONT--Lloyd White, son ol Ir. and Mrs. Dell White, was mar- ed Saturday to Miss Irma Woodsy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Voodley of Hansell, at Waterloo at he home of the bridegroom's uncle, Ir. and Sirs. Raymond Miller, by he Rev. Earlc A. Mungcr, pastor of IB Congregational church. They 'ere attended by Mr. and Mrs. Raynond Miller. The bridegroom, a raduate of Dumont high school, as been employed on his father's arm and they will reside in a tenant house there, two miles south- vest of town. LANGLIE-WEDMER CRESCO---The Rev. John Gammons, retired minister of the Methodist church of Crcsco, offi- iated Monday at the marriage of Miss Carol Wedmcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wedmer of Preston, Minn., and Lester H. _ . n ? M e , son ot Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1-anglie of Lanesboro. Minn., at the iammons home. ^, MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT CRESCO CRESCO--Marriage licenses were ssucd Monday at the Cresco court- louse for Clarence Hogan. 21. Line- villc and Jennie Gagcr, 17. Cresco; .ester H. Langlie, 22, Lanesboro, Minn., and Carol Wedmer, 18 Pres- Lon, Minn. Egypt will build a new ail-port at Port Said. CLEANERS -- LAUNDERERS -- FURRIERS BRISTOW TEACHER WILL BE MARRIED BRISTOW--Gordcn Cosner. Bristow's school band director, is to be married Saturday evening to Mis Marian Vasey of Graettingcr. The ceremony will be performed by the bridegroom's grandfather at Indianola. CLAUSEN-BUBLIT2. GRAFTON--Miss Linda Bublitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bublitz, and Claus Clausen, son of Ben Clausen of Manly, were married at the Grafton Lutheran church Sunday. Pearl Bublitz, sister of the bride, and Wilbur XJrbatch were the attendants. After the wedding, a supper was served to 80 guests. LARSEN-L1NK DECORAH--Miss Frances Philomene Link, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Link of Caledonia, and Olaf Larsen of Spring Grove, ainn., were married in Decorah at high noon Easter Monday, by the Rev. O. Sandbach, pastor of the Methodist church. Attendants were s Verna Link, sister of the bride, and Norton Kjome of Decorah. Following a wedding trip to northern Minnesota and Iowa they will make their home in Spring Grove, where Mr. Larsen is engaged in the grocery business. --*-More Taxing. The present administration at Washington has taxed three future generations, and the patience and common sense of the present one.-Sullivan, Ind., Union. to a cup of flour for most recipes. BAKING POWDER Same price totay as4S years ago 25 o u n c e s Car 25o Manufactured by Baking Powder Specialists who make nothing bnt Baking Powder. iuibfisrjOi: !|?o(Jlnps : -HAVE; M6N viisip ^BY .'Oiiit 'GOVERNMENT liard water and add a little Wyandolle Cleaner Cleanser, And then wash dishes, pels and pans, bathroom, clothes, panlry shelves, refrigerator, anything lo make it clean and gpotless. You don't need lo do any hard rubbing. Cleaner Cleanser both softens the water and loosens the dirt and grease. Cleaner Cleanser at your grocer's -- 15c for 2 pounds. Mhwtsui SAVINGS f WITH YOUR Thousands a! women today a» enjoying the added leime sifoid- ed by an ABC Waaher^-At Greater Savings . - . At the lame tim», they are enjoying Cleaner. WHITER Cloties washed the ABC Way . . . Saves Time, Money, Extra Ellort. Health, Clothes, and Clolhei Investment . . . The. new ABC One-Thirty-Six 1« a large capacity. full - featured, low- priced ABC Quality-built Washer. Seo it today! EASY TERMS Tyler-Ryan Co. 29 Second St. S. E. Phone 3910 o£ interest to thrifty housewives! A limited number olfactory samples of first quality, genuine are offered considerably under regular price, And in addition we will allow you for your old mattress during this clearance only! Y O M O R B O W MAT B E T O O LTE G O M E T O D A Y And Your Old Mattress! All mattrrssns talii.-ii i" "'ill immediately hi- turncil over to the Social Wcltarn Tongue and ;l receipt for t h e samr will ho given to each purchaser. Here's a grand opportunity to own America's finest lied comfort and help the Social Welfare League in a beneficial program! 29 Second Street S. E. -- Phone 3910

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