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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa DECEMBER 14 1929 Dixie Willsons Story Jolly Good Boots Is Published in Magazine Jolly Good Boots I That Is the rollicking title of a Christmas story by Dixie Wilson daughter of Mrs Rosalie Willson 314 South Pennsyl vania avenue The story appears in the current issue of the Delineat or The tlnael of Christmas seems to sparkle in the words of the atbry and the pleasingnarrativeitself is as unusual and as filled with gen erous spirit as the holiday season The tale is told of a village cob bler the genial craftsman Sot a storybook who metamorphosed the nature of the village miser by the nails he hammered into his boots The cobbler pounded hobnails in the pattern of the mis ers initial into the soles of his for no extra charge because he loyed his work On Christmas eve the crabbed customer called for nls purchase On Christmas morning the snow of the village streets was every where marked with the pattern of a boot distinguished by a letter in nail heads Ou each doorstep waited a Christmas present But when the hilarious villagers trooped to the misers dismal dwellir to thank v him he declared he didnt know what they were talking about There is more to the story It ends with a surprise like the unexuected gift in the toe of the ChTrtmas stocking MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Calendar for Next Week MONDAY Drama Shop Players Will have a Christmas the Drama Shop at Child Study Will have a Christmas party at the Y w1 c A Committee Mrs H S Marshall Mrs G L VVan amaker Mrs Frank Sheffler Mrs N C Stam Mrs O Bog gie and Mrs R j McEwen H E O Will Have a Christmas party at the home of Mra F Eggleston T A E Will meet at the home ofMrs E J Sullivan 1103 NorthJefferson avenue for the annual Christmas party Joyce Killmer Will meet at the Home Tea Room at 8 oclock Miss Loretta Carney and Miss Frances Gleason host eases Odd Fellows Will1 hold a danceat V G L club Wilt meet with Mrs Joe Patton 678 Seventh street northeast for a 1 oclock luncheon and Christ mas exchange Committee Mrs A J Feeney Mrs Roger Kirk Mrs Walter Patton and the host ess TUESDAY Watanyo Will meet at the Hotel Hauford at T N T club Will meet for supper at the T W C A at Pipers SON Stole a pi 3 and away course Tom never should have stolen a pig or anything that was not his only mistake He also erred in trying to travel on foot and carry something heavy to do when you have a pack age ffi several is to board an electric car Particularly if you shop during the hours when the business crowds are not going between 10 AM and 4 you will find lota of room for packages courteous employes to help you on and off with them Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Company A Canary Will Make An Ideal Christmas Gift Let Us Supply You With One of IMPORTED CANARIES Drive Down Sunday and See These Beautiful Singers EarFs Rabbitry NORA SPRINGS IOWA wii Will meet at the Chamber of Commerce at MoKlnley Afternoon Child Study Will meet at the school Central Child Study Will meet In room 303 high school In the afternoon Mrs S W Green will lead the lesson ori choosing Christmas toys H H Boyce will demonstrate an ultra violet machine Alchpr Will meet at in the Masonic Temple for Christmas program and gift exchange Potluck sun per at WEDNESDAY P E O Chapter Will meet with Mrs Brown 225 Ninth street north west for a Christmas party P E O Chapter Will meet at the home of Mrs Wi G C Bagley 938 North Fed eral avenue for a Christmcs party Shamrock meet for a 1 oclock luncheon at the home of Mrs laabel Daly 725 North Federal avenue Central Lutheran Ladies Will meet at the church in the afternoon Officers will be host esses JJIcKlnley P T Will meet at the school at Coterie Will meet with Mrs O A Beer Wan 545 Fourth street southeast for a Christmas party Girls Friendly society St Johns church i Senior group will meet at the rea tory 31T North Georgia avenue for a potluck supper at There will be a program Freeman Ladies Will have an all day meeting at the home of Mrs Clark Pedeltv Picnic luncheon Christmas pro gram and grabbag First Presbyterian Missionary so Will meet at the church at Mrs James E Blythewill speak Mrs Peterson Mrs Sloan host esses Warren G Harding ChlJd Shidp Will meet with Mrs Sam Grow 820 Tenth street northeast at THURSDAY Calvary Home Missionary Will meet at with Mrs P R Donaldson 1524 North Adams avenue Christmas music Mrs George Getz Leader of lesson Mrs H C Shipman TJgoIgo Will meet with Miss Ruth Mar shall for a dinner L U G A Will meet with Mra H B Sie wertsen southeast of town for a 1 oclock luncheon Oweso Will meet for a Christmas ex chance at tne home of iMra J C Underwood 925 North Pennsyl vania avenue Dorcas society Ladies Immanuel Lutheran church will meet with Mrs Oscar Larson 326 Fifteenth street southeast at Immanuel Lather Will meet at the church at 8 Committee Mr and IJrs Couglas Fields Mr and Mrs George Schriver IrlDeck Bridge Will meet for a 1 oclock lunch eon at Damons Grant Circle Trinity Lutheran Aid Will meet at the church at Mrs A N Almklove and Mrs Fred Nelson hostesses Madison P T Will meet at the school for a spe cial Christmas program Tusalata Will hold tieir Christmas party at the home of Mrs A Cook 110 South Pennsylvania avenue FRIDAY Wilson P T Will have a party at the school SATURDAY Primary Congregational church will be entertained at a party at the church at Immanuel Junior Mission Will meet with Margaret Lar son 32G Fifteenth street south east at 2 oclock Bits About Em Mrs R E Rorriey 112 South Rhode Island avenue left Friday for Denison where she will visit at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Sears McHenry She will stay in Denison until Christmas Mr Roroey will join her there for Christmas and they will return together Mr and Mrs Milton Wimmer 131 Tenth street northwest have had as their guest Maurice L Chapman of Dubuque district dep uty grand exalted ruler of the Elks Mr Chapman attended the general lodge meeting Friday night Mrs J W Daugherty 707 North Washington avenue left Friday sight for lola Kan where she was called by the illness of her hus bands mother Mr and Mrs George M Buck 307 Seventh street southeast will leave Saturday night for Long MONARCH BIG IUMP Furnace Coal Per Ton delivered sysrciiCOAL i6402Nw Ph Beach Cal where are called by the illness of their daughter Mrs B H Plxley Mr and Mrs Pixley with their children recently moved frotn their home at 712 South Georgia avenue to make their home in California Miss Eleanor Gildner 217 Fifth street northwest left Saturday morning for Faribault Minn to at tend the wedding of Miss Ruth Nut ting and Stewart Shaftfriends made while shewas a student at Carlton college She was accom panied by her cousin Miss Helen Hill of Minneapolis who arrived Friday night and Williani Hage boeck of Iowa City They will re turn Sunday morning Mrand Mrs Vern Morphew and Stillman Dull 303 First street southeast left Friday for St Paul to spend a few days visiting with relatives Miss Elizabeth Graves English teacher at the high school will leave Sunday night for Los Angeles and Santa Cruz Cal where she will visit her sister Mrs Vernon Peck who has been ill for some time Miss Graves will return to her school duties Jan 6 During the week of school remaining before the Christmas recess Mrs Volney Han son will have Miss Graves classes Mrs J R Gatewood and small son Jim left Friday night for Dal las Texas where they will Join Mr Gatewood and make their home Mr Gatewood has been in Dallas for several months During the Interval Mrs Gatewood made her home with her and Mrs J D Mul laney 672 East State street w Miss Elaine Ray Elliot returned to Mason City Saturday morningto spend the Christmas holidays at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs C L Elliot 1009 Nofth Pennsyl vania avenue Miss Elliot has been working for the John Rogers Pro ducing company She will resume her work after the first of the year CHILD STUDY CIRCLE MEETS Mrs N T DeWitt led the discus sion of lesson on the third chapter of the text book Drifting Home ward at the McKinley Child Study circle which met at the school Fri day evening Wesley Hickling ap peared on the program in a violin solo and a reading On Christmas Day in the Morning was given by Mrs L A Stevens Attractive Hoiise Dress GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1803 Surely zest is added to morning house work if ones dress Is becom ing and has style as well Todays model has the much beloved sur plice lines which are so attractive to large and small figures alike The entire frock is bound in braid which effects a delightful finish Design 1802 may be made of flow ered cretonnegingham percale of rayon Colorful patterns on light grounds are cheerful and fresh in appearance This model opens out flat in order to make laundering easy May be obtained only in sizes 10 18 20 34 36 38 40 42 and 44 Size 16 requires 2 yards of 36 inch material No dressmaking experience is nec essary to make this model The pattern has ample and exact in structions Yardage is given for every size A perfect fit is guar anteed Patterns wilt be delivered upon ra ceipt of 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted The new winter fashion book is 15 cents but only 10 cents when ord ered with a pattern Address all mail and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Department Sev enteenth street New York City EIGHTEEN DOUGHERTY TOWNSHIP WOMEN MEET Dec teen women of Dougherty township met with Miss Myrtle Johnston of Mason City and the project leaders at the home of Mrs James OCon nor north of town The discussion and were on nutrition and methods of encouraging children to eat properly Mrs Walt Hogan chairman gave a report on sub jects discussedat the last meeting in Mason City MAJOR TOWNSHIP WOMEN HOLD SESSION CORWITH Dec second followup meetingof the Farm Bu reau women of Magor township was held at the home of Mrs A L Kearney on Tuesday the topic be ing foods and nutrition The subject Diet for the Pre Scuool Child was carried out in the noon menu After dinner this was explained by the local leaders Four districts were represented and 14 ladies were present GRANT P T A HAS CHRISTMAS PROGRAM A group of fifth and sixth grade pupils of Grant school opened the meeting of the ParentTeachers as sociation at the school Friday af ternoon by singing a group of Christmas carols Followingthe music Mrs J W Lorenz gave a talk on Christmas spirit Mrs J A Gashel reported on the P T A convention in DES Moinea which she attended as a delegate A group of five high school girls gave their play Interruptions which is designed to promote the sale of Christmas seals At the close of the meeting re freshments were served Mosey Pays for Writing Bad Check of 25 Case Dismissed Charges of writing a bad check as a felony against William Mosey 52 were dismissed Saturday morn ing1 when he paid for the check and paid the costs which totaled about The check which he had writ tea some time ago was for The costs were boosted because Mosey was brot from Vegn Tex by Deputy Sheriff R c Schiffraan The deputy returned with Mcsev on Friday Mosey plans to return to Vega He was given assistance financially by anuncle at Sloan officers state DOUBLE SIX CLUB TO MEET FOR DINNER Mrs J W High will entertain members of the Double Six club at a dinner and Christmas party at her home 320 Second street northwsst Saturday night The modesty of the new sklrta is much like the success of prohibition It all depends on where you meas StarCourier xiere LS aNeV and Detter JL resent jSometlitug different Something tnat really does wtat a CnrJsttnAJ present should joy and pleasure 365 days in every in addition protect Jiealth as well Its Royal and youve nevericen anytlung lliat can equal it for a real practical saving Lealdi Imaging cluldrcn and subject to tlie dangers vmcn confront tlicra in the disease germs vnica IUTK unseen In every liomc Royal Purifier deatroyj taese gcrmj and thereby protects lieaJtVi In addition Purifier is A beautiful every woman wants it on sight A dmall deposit will bold one until Christmas Y A L PURIFIES AS IT CLEANS Royals Are Priced from Upward CURRIEVANNESS co Thono 17 MAINTAINED BY MERIT 11 North Federal Ave iemperature Drop i J h1 h N IJP I I dueTonig o protect your car NOW Heres how to protect your car in less than 2 minutes with Denatured Alcohol BRRR LOOKS COLD DOESNT IT And this is just a sample of the freezing weather just around the comer Snow and Colder will be forecast soon and that means trouble for motorists who forget to fill their radiators with Denatured Alcohol the universally approved antifreeze WISER MAN NOW He thought that he was protected but his substitute antifreeze had leaked away Now a frozen motor right when he wanted the car badly Hell take no more unnec essary chances he says A dollar or two buys all the Denatured Alcohol youll need all season Look for the orange and green sign at the first indication of 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