Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 6, 1936 · Page 9
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 6, 1936
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2 GROUPS FORM DOUBLEYCLUB Cecil Boyer Elected Head ofY.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Organization. A permanent organization of young women from the Y. W. C. A. and young men of the Y. M. C. A., was set up Tuesday night at a party held in the Y. M. C. A. and attended by 90 from both groups. The organization will be known as the Double Y club. .,, , Cecil Boyer was elected president, Lois Donaldson, vice president; O lie Easlcy, secretary and FranK Shima, treasurer. A program of vaudeville acts was presented. Music for dancing was furnished by Jimmy Fleming and his orchestra. H an umpire enjoys being hated, and misses it during the winter, he might buy his kid an air rifle.- Dubuquc Telegraph-Heraia. Save on Your Beauty Work AT THE NEW YOUR BEAUTY SHOPPE "Your Service with a Smile" 301-303 Weir Bldg-O W .o s ite Park-State Street Our licnulllul uirninncntu ..III make n fine f i l l for that wonderful Mother at yours. New Ray machine- less waves. $1.95 $2.95 - $3.75 - $1.75 Try mir new scalp lre«l- mcnls * l Sott witter Shamoo «»d flngcrwuve -^" c SofUvater Shiinipoo and Mitrccl 75c Electric Mnnlcure BOc We have a wave excellent for "baly fine" hair No Waiting--No Guess Work--A Test Curl Taken on Every Head - TM* °* MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 1936 TY NEWS owa Body Appointed for Sesquicentenmal Celebration Planning DES MOINES. OT--Gov. Clyde ,,. Herring has appointed an Iowa committee to co-operate with the national commission preparing for the United States sesquicentemal celebration in 193Y-38. The committee., which will co-operate in preparing plans for the 150th anniversary of the formation of the United States constitution, follows: E. G. Moon, Ottumwa; Thomas F. Guthrie, Des Moines; Maurice F. Donegan. Davenport; Tobe E. Diamond Sheldon; James W.' Morse, Estherville; Folsom Everest, Council Bluffs; C. J. Lynch; Cedar Rapids, and Dennis M. Kelleher, Fort Dodge. H N. Mantcrbach ,it Visitation, hurch. She is a daughter of Mr. and Irs. Will Schrandt. JCKNSKS TO WED UKANTED TO OSAGE OSAGE--Licenses have been is- jued here to Kenneth F. Bebo, 24, and Faye A. Olson, 23 Austin, Minn ; Walter Diedrich, 28, Grafton, and Vida Brown, 23, St. Ansgar; Sari G Svendson, 21, and Jeanette M. Norris, 21, Minneapolis; Clarence A' Horgen, 29, and Leone C. Math- 89, 27, Wausau, Wis. LICENSES GRANTED TO TWO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON--Licenses to wed were issued to Neil Simmons and Leona Shortley both of Fredericksburg; Morris Levcrne Anderson and Helen Leona Genkingcr, both of Washington. LJME CREEK WOMEN CONDUCT MEETING Women of Lime Creek township conducted a meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Peter Frahm. Plans were made for achievement day by the six who were present. OtrantoP.T.A.Will Hear Musical Program OTRANTO--The last P. T. A. meeting for this year will be Friday evening, he program will be presented by the school children and will consist of selections by the rhythm band of the first and second grades; songs by the third and fourth grades; operetta, 'Mulligan's Magic," grammar grades and selections, high school sextet and string quartet. --·-- MR. AND MRS. WITTE HONORED AT PARTY Mr and Mrs. Edward Witte of Rockwell celebrated their silver wedding anniversary at their home when Shout 125 relatives, friends and neighbors were present. Ihc evening was spent informally and a lalk was given by the Rev. Mr. Mueller. A number of gifts were received by the honorees and refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Out of town guests for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bergman and daughters, Ruth ana Rose of Elmore, Minn., and Herman Greimann and daughter, Vivian of Blue Earth, Minn. FOR SUMMER SPORTS WEAR GLOBE-CAZETTK PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY . Frock on Neatly Tailored Lines in _ Shirtwaist Style Will Be Practical and Attractive tor All. Lvons Off and Fur Service in PERFECT PROTECTION FOR YOUR FURS SCIENTIFIC COLD STORAGE PHONE 600 1 YOUR OLD FUR COAT COMPLETELY RESTYLED Our special summer service includes remodeling, repairing, refitting, new interlining, new loops and buttons, seams reinforced, fur cleaning and glazing. Additional pelts supplied at low prices. DRY COLD FUR STORAGE There is no finer storage vault in America than the Lyons Plant. Ours is the first scientific fur storage brought to Mason City. Now, when you store -with Lyons you are no longer risking your valuable furs to the ravages of Summer heat. AND--our prices are more reasonable than ever . . . 3% on the first $100 valuation . . . 2% on the second $100 ... and 1 % per hundred thereafter. THINK OF IT! DON'T DELAY ANOTHER DAY OUR VAULTS ARE READY "Phone 600 and we will call for your furs in our specially equipped conveyance and store them until next Fall In our modern cold storage vaults on the premises, where they will be fully protected. "When the heavy triple doors of our storage vaults close upon your choice fur garments they shut out the many perils of Spring and Summer that beset them; they carry a perfect assurance that your property will be fully protected until you want them next Fall. Our Fur Section is ready and waiting to receive your furs for cleaning and storage, or you may phone and, we will call. It is advisable to act now, before any damage can be done." NO MATTER WHERE YOU BOUGHT YOUR FURS send them to Lyons for Master Fur Storage and guaranteed servicing. You will enjoy the same advantages and low prices as Lyons customers. Estimates on repairing furnished free of charge. Lower Vault Under Construction Capacity--Two Floors CLEANERS - LAUNDERERS - FURRIERS THIS OFFER WILL BE WITHDRAWN WHEN OUR VAULTS ARE FILLED Just a little reminder--next Sunday is Mother's Day. The observance of Mother's Day is a beautiful custom. Isn't it? Surprise her this year by giving her something use- Nothing could be more acceptable than this charming shirt type dress with feminine touches. It has caped sleeves that give ease and comfort evry woman enjoys for warm days. The buttoned bosom front ia smart and slimming, too. A kick plait gives all the fullness desired to the slender skirt. Give her this pattern and-the required material. She'll love it. White tub silk (coral buttons), challis patterned crepe silk, lilac linen (purple buttons), corded navy cotton (yellow buttons), etc. There's a nice choice for this simple to sew m °Styie No. 2986 is designed for sizes 16, 18 years, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44-inches bust. -It takes only 3' /2 yards of 39-inch material. Send 15 cents (15c), (com is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. New summer fashion hook costs 10 cents. Send for your copy today. Book and pattern together 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. *---- ---- CONFERENCE IS INVITED HERE The Rev. A..S. Carlson at Iowa Congregational Meeting. Mason City, in inviting next · year's conference o£ Iowa Congregational churches, is meeting with competition from Fort Dodge according to information received on Wednesday f r o m Shenandoah, where the 1936 conference got under way Tuesday noon. Mason City's representative at the meeting is the Rev. Alexander Sidney Carlson of the First Congregational church. The conference elevated Dr. Stoddard Lane, DCS Moincs pastor, to conference moderator Wednesday, and chose the Rev. Nelson C. Drcier of Cedar Rapids as assistant moderator. The Rev. Paul Zieke of Creston was named scribe with the Rev. Albert Walker of Alexander as his assistant. The Rev. P. Adelstem Johnson, state superintendent, reported a 60 per cent reduction in benevolences and a 46 per cent decrease in church funds. He reported a slight gain in membership, however. Gives Farewell Sermon. FERTILE--Rev. E. A. Evenson a've his farewell message at the 31m Free Lutheran church congre- ation on last Sunday evening, he and his family leaving on Monday orning for his new pastorate in orth Dakota. WIFE PRESERVERS BREAKFAST-BRIDGE HELD AT HANFOKU. Mrs. C. i. Snyder, 1015 First street northwest, and Mrs. Lee P. Loorais, 320 First street southeast, entertained at a breakfast Wednesday morning at the Euchre and Cycle club in the Hotel Hanord. Bridge was played during the morning with prizes going to Mrs. J. C. Stoddard, Mrs. Hardy Fool and Mrs. R. E. Romey. GARFIELD P. T. A. MEETING 1'LANNED Garfield P T. A. will have its last meeting of the year Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Immanuel Lutheran church at the corner of Jersey avenue and Fifth street southeast. Officers will be elected and installed, reports will be made and sixth grade mothers who are leaving the P. T. A. will be recognized. The program will include a travel talk by Mrs. Garfield Breese. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Licenses to marry have been -·ranted to Edwin Klitzke of Stewart Minn., and Gertrude Jensen of Glencoc, Minn.; Bernard J. Logan and Beulah Mae Woodworth, both of Mason City; Delmar L. Hoff and Martha Van Natta. both of Des Moines; Francisco Mirelcs and Galdina Melendez, both of Mason City; Dick House and Eugenia Auge. both of St. Paul; Oliver Bonewitz of Rudd and Londa Sigler of Floyd. SEERY-KASH. NEW HAMPTON --Miss Pearl John Kash of Lamont, exhanged Kash; daughter of Mr, and Mrs. nuptial vows Monday morning at Lamont with Ralph Seery, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Seery of New Hampton. The Rev. Father Wiehl, pastor of St. Mary's church, officiated. They will live in New Hampton after May 15 following a wedding trip to Chicago The bridegroom is a produce dealer here. Larry Neibergall Returns From Trip I to Western Coast ' Larry Ncibcn;ali, 29 Louisiana avenue southeast, has returned from a trip to the west coast that lasted about five weeks and covered 6,000 miles Mr. Neibergall covered the distance by train, having stopped in California about three weeks. He traveled through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona enroute to California: then traveled up the coast through Oregon and Washington and through British Columbia, Saskatchewan. Alberta. Manitoba in Canada on his return trip, arriving m Mason City through Minnesota. While enroute Mr. Neibergall encountered what was said to have been the worst sandstorm in Arizo na in -10 years. He also saw dust storms in Kansas. One of the ratstanding sights to Mr- tvcl : bcrgall was the panning of gold in the Sacramento valley, much the same as back in the days of '·!«. He also visitci the missions in California and Hollywood. He photographed about 150 scenes on his trip. When making baking powder bis cuits, prick them on top with a fort before putting them in the oven They will come out light and fluffy f properly made. SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Baptist D. O. A-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Clarence Moor 1508 Carolina avenue southeast. RED HEAD ·^ PAINT CLEANER Uuee/i o^a^C^a/te^ Flan Saturday Entertainments. RAKE--The Commercial clu held a banquet and meeting at the Coffee Shop Monday evening. Discussing and planning public entertainment for Saturday evenings during the summer was the main business topic. -'Cleans walls, woodwork,'cupboards,. "feoieuirtifle, etcf Easy Id uselrvKind -··fo^'our'riands! Get a package flow at youfiocal jfoiw, Also try. Red Head , JCrystais ahd'Red Head Bowl.Ctoi".. 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Phone 974 First National Beauty Shoppe Moderate Prices "Qualify First and Always" My Motto Call or Write for Appointment HATTIE COCKAYNE T HE gift she prefers--because flowers fully express the spirit of the occasion, and are an inexpensive expression of your thoughtfulness. ; Ve have fresh cut lowers and plants every WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS Phone 223 10 First Street N. W. Phone 2500

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