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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DECEMBER 26 1929 800 CROWD ARMORY FOR ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DANCE Group Holds ThirtyNmth HoKdayParty Zez Gpnfrey Pianist and His Orchestra Play I at Function Approximately 800 persons danced to the music of Zez Con freys orchestra at the benefit dance sponsored by the Brother ihood ofRailroad Trainmen at the armory Wednesday night The party opened the series of func tions planned for the remainder of Chxistmas week The armory was festive with decorations Colored balls caught the light from tinted bulbs ropes and garlands of evergreen adorned the wallsand trees and wreaths reminded the merrymak ers that K was Christmas E B Bruna and Charlies Seifert Were in charge of the decorations Proceeds from the party go into the sickness and disability fund maintained by the organization for Its members A total of more than 600 was realized at the dance This was the thirtyninth annual dance given by the organization Zez Confrey director of the or chestra who appeared in person is known for his composition of the novelty Kitten on the Keys and other numbersHe gives correspondence lessons in aiano The committee in charge of She dance included R H Richard son A L Kirby and E E Bruns Members of the group express their ippreciation of the cooperation of Local businessmen FOSTER FAMILY HOLDS ANNUAL REUNION Twentynine were present at the annual family reunion of the Foster family held Christmas day at the C W Hicks home 915 North Jef ferson avenue The following fam ilies were represented C W Hicks V C Hicks A M Halsor P Fos ter S L Haynes E J Thraves F E Rainey K Vandetwlcken and Mrs L T Foster Following dinner giftswere ex changed and letters of greeting read from members of the family who were unable to come for the reunion A coincidence is the fact that in the Christmas news of 20 years ago there was an item telling of a simi lar gathering of the same group which was held at the name home as this years party CHARLES CITY GROUP ENTERTAINED AT DINNER Mr and Mrs Ed Mataon with their son Noel and Hartan and their daughter Margaret Miss Hazel Dugan and Mr and Mrs R J Winig all of Charles City were guests at the W R Hill home 1603 South Federal avenue at dinner and thruout the day on Christmasl Miss Edna Rehwinkle of Mason City was also a guest Local Man Wedded to Ardella Thaves on Christmas Noon Miss Aredella B Thaves and Francis A Younker were married Christmas day at high noon at the tome of the bridegrooms parents Mr and Mrs William C Younker 405 Fourteen street southeast The Rev Georga 1C Davies pastor of the Presbyterian read the cere mony xMr and Mrs Clyde Bailey at tended the couple Wedding guests included relatives of the bride and bridegroom Following the service a Christmas wedding dinner was served to the company The bridegroom is employed as a checker for the Mason City Hard ware company and the bride has been employed at Deckers since coming from her home at Lakota They will maka their home at 405 Fourteenth street southeast HAGENS ENTERTAIN AT FAflULY DINNER Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen 1502 South Pennsylvania avenue xvere hosts to 26 relatives at a reunion dinner at their home Christmas noon Guests included Mr and Mrs Walter Broers and family Mr and Mrs Barney Wears and family John Hagen Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen Jr and family Mr and Mrs Sam Bridgeford and family Mr and Mrs William Bergman and Mr and Mrs Fred Brains and their family HE MARRIEDEM The Rev Undley H Miller above rector of St Clements chapel nt Berkeley was chosen as the minister for the wedding ot Helen Wills Americas tennis queen anil Frederick S Moody Jr of San Francisco Easy come easier Herald CLEARANCE of IFU fc CCAT1 An Event of Importance To Fashionable Women Begins Friday Morning Thatdesire for a luxurious ho longer be re strained Mason City Fur Shoppe Inc annual January Clearance provides a remarkable opportunity to satisfy that desire because it brings the seasons finest styles finest quality furs all at very substantial price reductions Months of fur coat weather are ahead years of satisfac tory service arc tailored into every coat we sell Now if ever is the tlmo to buy This sale begins Dependable Quality Furs Now Greatly Underpriced A Few of the Values In This Sale Northern Seal Coats for Silver Muskrat Coats Select Pelts Raccoon Coats In Swagger Styles Hudson Seal Dyed Muskrat Coats We Shall Be Happy To Arrange Terms Entire Stock of Fur Coats at Clearance Prices FOX SCARFS Reduced to LADIES COATS Values to Afl VrU H Hirsch FURRIERS 217 N Feder al Ave S S Yelland Decorations Prolong Joy of Holidays Elaborate Christmas Lights Adorn Home of Luke Miller Christmas comes only once a year but many of the traditional holiday accompaniments endurefar longer than the single day The lit ter of tissue paper and bitsof tin sel the fragrance of pine needles the cold these are re minders that Christmas has been and gone Among the surviving holiday re minders none is more effective than the outdoor decorations enlivening the community Illumined wreaths twinkling in windows garlands of glowing lights bright trees lighting neighboring lawns continue to give theholiday effect Most household ers plan to leave their decorations untouched until New Years One of the elaborately cecorated homes is that of Luke Miller 842 First street northwest In front the house strands of colored bulbs in profusion form a sort of festive canopy soft lights set in wreaths suspended in the windows cast a glow on the ground Not one outdoor treetbut four vary the decorations Two flank the entrance porch two more are set on the lawn and the pairs are accurately matched A large gold star surmounts the trimming adorning each tree Judges in the outdoor decorations contest are at work inspecting the entries Childrens entries are judged in the daytime those of adults are judged either by day or by night The contest was spon sored for the first time this season by the outdoor life department of the Womans club Prize money was donated by businessmen Bits About Em Social Calendar FRIDAY McKinley Child Study Will meet at at the school Division 8 Methodist Ladles Aid Will meet with Mrs Charles Hall 816 Fifteenth Place northeast at 2 oclock lueen Rebekah Will meet at I O O F hall at for election of officers Hos tesses Mrs F G Mitchell Mrs H Gilbert Mrs J R Patterson Mrs O Stoltenberg Mrs H Brown and Mrs E Pollneck jsloyal Will meet at Eagle Hall at 8 oclock Christmas tree for the juveniles following the meeting Daughters of Union Will meet at the Chamber of Commerce hall V Y K club Will meet with Mrs Munn 1418i North President avenue in the afternoon Trinity Lutheran Will hold their annual meeting at the church at Hoateses Mrs Gulbrandson Mrs J C Martin and Mrs Mary Haveland Candidates Girls Friendly Society of St Johns church will meet at the home of Mrs Leon Liesenberg 822 First street northwest MacNIDERS HOLD OPEN HOUSE AT INDIANHEAD Mr and Mrs Hanford MacNider received a group of more than 50 friends at an informal housewarm ing at their new home Indianhead Christmas night The host and hos tess kept open house thruout the evening hours Guests were shown the new home and spent the rest of the evening in parchesi as a game particularly appropriate to the early American style of the home and bridge A luncheon was served late in the evening N WAGNERS ENTERTAIN AT CHRISTMAS SUPPER Mr and Mrs E H Wagner 49 Beaumont drive entertained a group of friends and relatives at a Christmas supper Wednesday night The guests included Mr and Mrs Ben Webster and their children Mr and Mrs Charles Webster oi Waukoma Mr and Mrs Frank Pearce and their children Mr anc Mrs T A Potter and Mr and Mrs Curtis Amen TUBBESINGS HOSTS AT SMALL DINNER Mr and Mrs Fred Tubbesing 16 Linden drive had as their guests for Christmas dinner their son anc daughterinlaw Mr and Mrs Jay Tubbesing 1142 Third street south west and Jay Kent of Indianola Their daughter Marcia a student at CorneH college was also a guest DUNNS ENTERTAIN GROUP FROM SWALEDALE AT DINNER Mrs E G Dunn 438 Fourt street southeast entertained o Christmas day Mr and Mrs Jin Dorsey and family Mr and Mrs E Maroney Mr and Mrs Ben Man and family and Mr and Mrs Joh Jendrlcks and family all of Swale dale She also entertained the E G Dunns of 532 Sixth street south east and Mr Dunns mother Mr Anna Dunn1 and his sister Ml Martha Dunn both of Swaledale DUNLOPS ARE HOSTS AT FAMILY DINNER Mr arid Mrs F R Dunlop 12 Fifth street northwest entertalne at a family dinner on Chriatma day Mr and Mrs Edmund Dunlo and baby of 537 Eleventh northeaa and Mrs Jacob E Decker and Mis Gertrude Decker of 132 Tenth north west Miss Stephanie Schultz physical director at the Y W C isspend ing the holidays at her home in Bar aboo Wis She will return to her work on Monday Mr and Mrs William German of Minneapolis spent Christmas day at the home of Mr Germans parents Mr and Mrs J J German 423 South Polk avenue Mr and Mrs Adams and their children Florence Jane and Edwin of Sioux City arrived Thursday for a holiday visit with Mr Adams two sisters Mrs Ray E Prusia Fifth street northwest and Mrs R F Kunz 80 Linden drive and their two families Louis J Poshusta Akron Ohio and Poshusta Kansas City Mo spent Christmas at the home of their parents Mr and Mrs C Poshusta The Rev J J Boyle dean of re ligion at St Thomas college St Paul is spending the holidays with his sister Mrs P H Hughes 9 forth Georgia avenue The Rev J M Campbell of Ames a visiting his father and mother ilr and Mrs John Campbell 3 outh Georgia avenue Bud a student at the Unl ersity of Iowa is spending the holl ays with his parents Mr and Mrs arl Parker 130 Fifth street north rest t f Miss Winifred Van Ness who is caching at Newton is spending the olidays with her parents Mr and Mrs J A Van Ness 31D South Carolina Mrs Cornie Schneider and daugh er Elizabeth Hotel Hanford enter ained Mrs Schneiders mother and ather Mr and Mrs H D White Iharles City on Christmas day Miss Esther Baker secretary the Y W C A is spending the hoi days at Willard Mo She left last Monday and is not expected to re urn until after New Years Mrs Ann Cowley returned Wed esday night from Hills where she pent Christmas day with relatives he left Tuesday night L L Minor will to Des Molnes riday to speak before the Amer can Association for the Promo ion of Science on Teaching Chem atry in the Junior College Mr ilinor is a member of the junior ollegefaculty Carl St Joseph Mo formerly of Mason City left Thurs iay morning for Stevens Point Wis on a short business trip after spending Christmas at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter J Walker 18 Tenth street northwest He will re turn the first of the week to Mason Ijty and he and Mrs Stutenroth will go back to St Joseph Miss Teresa Holt girls work su pervisor at the Y W C A ia spending the holidays at her home in Ellsworth She will return on Tuesdy A long distance Christmas greet ing came to Mr and Mrs T T Fat land 624 Sixth street southeast Wednesday morning when their son Jack Fatland of Glendale Cal called them by telephone and talked to them for about 20 minutes His sister Mrs Sadie Hager aJso greeted her parents V k Mr and Mrs D W Smith of Minneapolis spent Christmas with their daughter and Her family Mr and Mrs M A Bost 322 South Carolina avenue Mr and Mrs D M Smith Woon socket S Dak and Mr and Mrs J C Moorman Minneapolis left for their homes on Thursday after visit ing over Christmas at the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Parker 130 Fifth street northwest Mr and Mrs Francis Odle of Cherokee left Thursday for their home after spending Christmas with Mr and Mrs H W Odle 321 North Madison avenue Mr and Mrs Odle entertained Mr and Mrs Frank Currie and Mr and Mrs C Currie with their out of town visitors at Christmas dinner Miss Leila Ickenberry Des Moines is spending the holidays at the home of Mrs F R WInegar 205 Fourth street northeast Wife Preservers Creamed chicken and similai dishes are nice served on Melba toast To make toast lay thin slice of bread in oven andtoast an hour at low temperature 325 degrees Helping the Homemaker By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE Using Christmas Leftovers Turkey Pie Buttered Cabbage Bread Butter Vegetable Salad in Gelatin Cranberry Puffs Sauce Coffee Turkey Pie 6 Other fowl can be used One and onehalf cups diced cooked turkey 1 cup dressing cup cooked celery 2 tablespoons chopped onions teaspoon salt teaspoon paprika 1 cup gravy 2 cups mashed potatoes 3 tablespoons hot milk Mix milk and potatoes apd spread over rest of ingredients which hava been placed in a buttered baking dish Bake 25 minutes Vegetable Salad in Gelatin One cup cooked peas 1 cup cook ed diced carrots cup diced cel ery 1 tablespoon finely chopped onions 2 tablespoons chopped pi mientos teaspoon salt 1 pack age lemon flavored gelatin mixture 1 23 cups boiling water Pour boiling water over gelatin mixture and stir until it has dis solved Cool Add other ingredients and pour into a mold rinsed out ot cold water Set in cold place to stiffen Unmold on lettuce When using leftover vegetables in salads rinse them off with warm water to wash off the seasonings Cranberry Puffs Leftover Sauce Two cups flour 4 teaspoons bak ing powder teaspoon salt 4 ta blespoons sugar cups cranberry sauce 1 egg cup milk 3 tablespoons fat melted 1 teaspoon nutmeg Mix and pour into a greased mold Cover tightly and steam for 2 hours Unmold and serve hot Cranberry Sauce Twothirds cup sugar 2 table spoons flour teaspoon salt 1 cup cranberry sauce 2 tablespoons lem on juice Vt cup water 2 tablespoons butter Bfend sugar flour and salt Ado other ingredients and cook slowly until a little thick Stir frequently to prevent lumping and scorching H H CarragHer Waukegan III arrived in Mason City Thursday to look after his farm interests near here Mr Carragher who is state supervisor of Illinois for Enderes Inc wholesale hardware firm is on his way to Albert Lea to attend a hardware convention there Charles E Price local civil serv ice secretary returned to his duties few days vacation AND IAT1SFACTIOH WITH and Continuing Friday the January Mark Downs A merchandising event of which this store can justly be proud It brings worthwhile savings to all who are ready and willing to Reduced Prices on Entire Stock Now in Effect COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY TURCHASE   

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