Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 28, 1936 · Page 8
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 28, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 28 1936 NINE LICENSES TO WED ISSUED TO COUPLES ' NEW HAMPTON-- Licenses to wed were issued to Otis Stoll and Lulu Swcnsori, both of Forest City; T. E. Ernest and Dorothy Irene Payne, both of Mt. Pleasant; Vcrn K. Kasak and Edna Cummings, both of Austin, Minn.; C. V. Morrison of Grinnell and Dorothy NaiuB of Nashua. PARTY IS HELD FOK PATTSCHULLS Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pattschull at their home, 622 Connecticut avenue southeast, by a group of relatives. The time was spent informally and a pot luck supper was served. Guests were Mr. PattschuU's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Butzlaff and children, Wanda and Holland, Greene, and his daughters, Mrs. Leo J. Carle and Mrs. Harry Arnold, and son, William Pattschull, and their families. KOKSBEKG-LUNDBEKG EMMETSBURG--W. G. Forsberg, 33. and Ruth Lundberg, 21, who were recently married were ("both of Dayton, been licensed honored at a surprise party given I to marry. DO YOU KNOW! that you can get ICE COLD STORAGE for your FURS at Marshall Swift's. We can care for your furs the way they should be cared for. Our expert furriers can clean, glaze and remodel your fur coat the correct way. PHONE 788 CLEANERS FURRIERS 3 South Federal Avenue 1J iab i i cai ,dU I Starts Tomorrow Featuring Styles of Distinction! Fashioned with Striking Originality! So delightfully smart in Luggage Tan, May Wine, Aqua, Powder Blue, Navy--crepes wtih bright flowers--dainty triple sheers--lovely woven nets--gay prints--jacket styles in new lengths! An Unbeatable Price for their Quality! Jaunty swagger models in smartest Spring versions-smart gray, tan or navy suits--stunning types with gorgeous furs--tailored jacket styles--practical, 3-piece outfits! Surpassing all Value Expectations! Long or baby swagger coats in stunning plaids, tweeds and solid colors--tailored or fur-trimmed dressy types --clever Chesterfields! Remarkably priced! SI "esses I Featuring the new lacy tops --flattering 2-piece styles in a glorious array of exquisite hues.' FOR STREET OR SPORTS GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue. New York City by DIANA DAY Spectator Sports Frock Features V. Neckline With Lapels Buttoned Down; Box Plaits in Skirt Front. A spectator sports type that suggests vacation days. Nothing younger or smarter than plaits in your skirt and scarf at your throat. The sleeves just merely turn the shoulders to give a wide effect to make your waistline look slim. It has dash and practicality in grey tub silk with vibrant color contrast in its Kelly green scarf. You can wear it to town or for country. Cottons as shantung, linen weaves, challis prints, pique, etc., ar e other nice mediums. It costs so little to make and it's so quickly finished. Style No. 2849 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years. 36, 38 and 40- inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39-inch material. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (loc), (coin is preferred) for PATTERN. Write plainly YOUR NAME, ADDRESS AND STYLE NUMBER. BE SURE TO STATE SIZE YOU WISH. The Spring Fashion Book Costs TEN CENTS. Send for Your Copy Today. BOOK and PATTERN together TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department. 160 Fifth Avenue, New .York City. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Berdene Wallace. 317 Eighth street northwest, · and Miss Dikka Moen, 603 Adams avenue northwest, spent the week-end in Minneapolis. * * * Miss Elizabeth Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mills, Harper apartments, has been pledged to the Iowa State Teachers college Delta Iota chapter of Beta Beta Beta, international biology honorary fraternity. Miss Mills is majoring in English and minoring in biological science and will be graduated at the end of the spring term. * # * Mrs. G. W.'Cady, 919 Pennsylvania, avenue northeast, has returned from Clarion, Pa., where she has been visiting for the past two weeks, * * * Miss Kathlyn McEwen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McEwen, 313 Fifth street northwest, has accepted a position in Billings hospital, Chicago. Miss McEwen is a giaduate of the Michael Reese hospital. * * * Mrs. P. F. Hayes of Chicago is visiting the family of the late J.' J. Braheny, River Heights drive. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sinnard and Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dickey of Fort Collins, Colo., are guests of Mr Sinnard's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sinnard, 1200 Twelfth street northeast. * * * Mrs. F. J. Koffron, 70S Eleventh street northeast, returned Monday from Cedar Rapids where she spent several weeks with her mother who is ill. She left her much improved. * * * Mrs. George Smith, 803 ,i East State street, has rettirned from California where she has been spending some time. PARKER-MCELROY MARBLE ROCK,--Edgar Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Parker, and Bernice McElroy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McElroy of Rockford. were maried April 25 in the Marble Rock Baptist Church by the Rev. Mr. Van Benschoten. Lloyd Spaulding. Ames college, roommate of the bridegroom acted as best man. Mrs. Orvie Blunt, twin sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid. Miss Doris Scott played the wedding march. Delone Wood sang "I Love You Truly." They have gone to housekeeping on a farm southwest of town. EVER ETT-JA K CH O W WEST UNION--Arnold Everett of Fayette and Miss Melva Jarchow of Su'mner were married Saturday by the Rev. T. M. Nielsen, at the Methodist parsonage. Attendants were the bride's mother, Mrs. Earl Moore of Sumner, and the bridegroom's father. Ray H. .Everett of Fayette. The couple will reside on a farm near Sumner. Other marriage licenses obtained last week were by Florien Nienhaus of Festina and Miss Helen Bodensteiner of St. Lucas; Leo Schaufen- buehl and Elizabeth Bieker, both of St. Lucas; and August Granneman. Jr., of Hawkeye and Miss Pauline West of Alpha. --#_ HAGEN-REULAJTD JOICE--Miss Gladys Rculand, daughter of Mrs. Pauline Reuland. and Herbert Hagen oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hagen, were married April 26. at the parsonage here. The Rev. L. F. Scheie officiated and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Almelien. ke Mills, were witnesses. Refreshments were served at the Ha*en home for the bridal party find their guests. They will make their home in Joice and Mr. Hagen will continue to work at the creamery with his father. Study Clubs End Season's A c t i v i t i e s Monday Club Elects Officers at Meeting With Mrs. Brown. Election of officers was accomplished at two study club meetings Monday and the year's activities were concluded by others. At a meeting of Monday club at the home of Mrs. Alice Brown, 604 East State street, Mrs. J. H. Smalley was elected president, Mrs. A. M. Abery, vice president, and Mrs. Forrest Jacobs, secretary-treasurer. The .program committee was appointed to include Mrs. C. L. Marston, Mrs. Merle Anderson and Mrs. J. A. Wiley. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. H. V. MacGregor were named to the anniversary committee to plan for the observance of the club's fifty- fifth anniversary next year. Studying Iowa. The program continued the study of Iowa with Mrs. H. C. Johnson discussing Iowa music and musicians and Mrs. G. S. C. Andrick, Iowa poets and poetry. Mrs. Don Wells and Miss Ruth Stevens gave numbers by Mokrejs and Meredith Wtllson and Mrs. Andrick, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Hathorn gave poems by Iowa writers. Joyce Kilmer club met Monday nig-ht with Mrs. Luke Miller, 84'2 First street northwest, with Miss Nancy Palen. as assisting hostess. Miss Lucille Lawler was elected president to succeed Mrs. I. R. Weaver, Miss Evelyn West, vice president, succeeding Miss Avis Gregory, and Miss Margaret Carroll, secretary-treasurer, succeeding Miss Cleo Gorman. The lesson on "Interior Decoration" was given by Miss Kathcrine Bailey and Miss Gregory and Miss Mae gave the current events. Hear Book Review. Twentieth Century club was entertained by Mrs. R. M. Witwer at the home of Mrs. O. A. Luedcrs, 19 Fifth street northwest, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Steinberg reviewed "North to the Orient" by Ann Morrow Lindbergh. Child Study club concluded its year with a meeting at the Y. W. C. A. Monday with Mrs. George De- Groot as hostess. Mrs. W. S. Pritchard of Garner, a former member ot the national board of underwriters, spoke on "What Every Woman Should Know About Life Insurance." This was the last of a series of lessons on family finance. Mrs. L. W. Kornbaum of Enid, Okla., was a guest. Cluiutauqua club held a luncheon Monday at the home of Mrs. R. A. Walker, 4 Taylor avenue southwest, to conclude its year's activities. Rosea and snapdragons decorated the luncheon table and there were 24 present including two guests, Mrs. Glen Sinnard-of Fort Collins, Colo., and Mrs. E. K. Beckman of Ottumwa. The new year books v/ert distributed and the time was spent informally. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES AT CKESCO CRESCO--Herbert Mohr, 24, and Loretta Eiffler, IS, both of Lime Springs. Walter Schultz, 24, and Allene Holling, 22, both of Rochester, Minn., April 26. .;. Hostess to Auxiliary. RAKE--Mrs. Bert Un'derbakke entertained the American Legion auxiliary at her home Monday afternoon. Use Butter ENJOY YOUR FOOD SWEET For Flavor BUTTER BRAND NEW 1936 WITH SUPER-SAFE CARRENE At amazingly low prices Model 51 M_--For tiicae need a smaltac retdgwaiar; with large food storage capacity. 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