Saturday, September 30, 1933

Mason City Globe Gazette

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1933, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WOMANS CLUB HAS ACTIVE WEEK TO BEGIN OCTOBER Guests of 5 Generations at Wedding Miss Ethel Cox Bride of Wil lard Campbell to Live Here Five generations were present at the wedding of Mias Ethel Cox 208V Thirteenth streetnortheast andWilliard Campbell 612 Jeffer son avenue southwest which took place at the Immanuel Lutheran churcti withthe Rev B T Erholm officiating Representing the five generations were Mrs N Hanson who will be 92 in October great grandmother of the bride her daughter Mrs H Bphl and Mrs Bqhls daughter Mrs T Cox mother of the bride all of Clear Lake Mrs Paul Becker another daughter Cox and her daughter Betty Lou who is 7 years old Mrs Becker sister of the bride and Joe Prazak brotherinlaw of the bridegroom attended the couple The bride was attired in brown chif fon velvet and cream lace Her ac cessories were brown and she wore a corsage of talisman roses and lilies of the valley The bridesmaid wore black and white and her cor sage was of gladiplas and asters A wedding luncheon was served at the home of Mrs Becker to 20 guests The bride and bridegroom will make their home in Mason City Mr Campbell is employed by Jacob E Decker and Sons MISS VERNEIL CURTISS HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Verceil Curtiss of Des Moines formerly of Mason City was honored at a shower given Friday evening by Miss Virginia Kaye of Clear Lake Miss Elizabeth Walker and Miss Ruth Barclay at the Barclay home 322 Madison avenue northwest Bridge was played during the evening with high score prize going to Miss Josephine Odle and a number of gifts were presented to Miss Curtiss who will be married Oct 14 to William Hen ley of Cleveland TOWNSHIP WOMEN MEET FOR LESSON Miss Ada V Rake home demon stration agent presented the first lesson of the year Gift Sugges tions at a meeting of township at the Mrs Paul H Matzen Falls township Those were Mrs Matzen Mrs C B Phil MqNitt Miss Alice ern Stell Mrs Paul ppen After the house they woull thp Jpizzicatofrom Sylvia operations feature of the meeting FALL THE LATEST IN FALL FASHIONS WILL BE YOURS WITH THE INDIVIDUAL HAIR DRESS NOW APPROVED BY THE MASTERS OF PERMANENT WAVING PHONE FOR YOUR APPOINT MENT 281 Other Waves S375 and up SHAMPOO and 71 FINGER WAVE Phone 281 11 yt S Federal GlabetiaieUe Peerless IS cent Pattern THREEINOlsiE SLIP COMBINATION GARMENT IS EASILY MADE AND PROVIDES COMFORT FOR ITS WEARER OIobeGnTedf Pftilen 15 tent Pattern 200 FHIh Atenue New Tark tit By DIANA DAV This smart combination is espe cially designed to give slendernes to the heavier figure It is cut on the popular bias lines so slimming It is fitted through the bust line to take the place of a brassiere and has attached panties It is very easily fashioned and at a big saving in cost Style No 535 is designed for sizes 14 16 18 20 years 36 38 40 42 and 44 inches bust Crepe de chine flat xvashable crepe silk and crepe satin are fa vourite mediums Size 36 requires 314 yards 39inch material Our Large Fashion Magazine is 48 pages In addition to new pattern styles for women and children it contains valuable beauty articles some of which are illustrated by Norma Shearer and other Hollywood stars It is a book every reader should have and its price will be saved many times for the patterns are nominally priced and very eco nomical in material requirements Price of BOOK 10 cents Price of PATTERN 15 cents in stamps or coin coin is Wrap coin carefully Address Globe Gazette Pattern department 200 Fifth Avenue New York City Bits About Em Mr and Mra Bob White and Mrs Ellen White of Clear Lake and Mr and Mrs H D Page 115 Connecti cut avenue southeast will drive to Ames Monday to attend the Iowa Artistdinner C Mr and Mrs Bert Brett have left for Marshalltown where they will visit their soninlaw and daughter and Mrs LeRoy Abel Mr and 410 Washington avenue northwest plan to drive to Bo one Monday with Mrs Woodruffs father W B Means who has been visiting them a a Mr and Mrs Tom Schuler and sons Francis and iLeo Estherville have beenvisiting at the home of Mrs Schulers brotherinlaw and sister Mr and Mrs Ora Theesfeld Twelfth street northeast 0 Miss Hazel Coe and Miss Errrial Irving have returned from Chicago where they have been attending Uie Century of Progress exposition Mrs George Kenner 915 Madison avenue northwest returned Friday irom Chicago where they visited friends and attended the World fair Mr and Mrs Charles Flowers 230 Sixth street northwest have re turned from Chicago where they spent the past week at the Century of Progress exposition V Mr and Mra R F Banner and Mr and Mrs Vern Mott 615 Eighth street southeast have returned from Chicago where they have been attending the World fair tt Mr and Mrs L P Sanborn and family 309 Kentucky avenue south east are spending the weekend with Mr and Mrs Sanborns par ents in Cresco Miss Mary Lou Moore of Walnut is visiting friends in Mason City 9 Mrs W H Hathorn 654 East State street Mrs John Senneff 9 Beaumont drive and Mrs H J Bryant 109 Second street aoutheast have returned from Des Moines where they attended the fall council meeting of the Iowa Federation of Womens clubs ST PAUL COUPLE GET PERMIT TO WED A marriage license has been is sued to Hilmer J Larson 31 and Olive E Johnston 20 both of St Paul Buy BUTTER by Name There is a lot of satis faction in fine flavored sweet cream butter Make sure that you get it Ask For Iowa State Brand Butter Packed in your convenience PTA Roundtable Postponed 2 Weeks Word has been received by Mrs O A Merkel president of the ParentTeacher council of the post pcncment of the North Central dis trict P T A roundtable from Oct 6 to Oct 20 Dr Edward Striner of Grmnell professor of applied re ligion at Grinnell college will be tho speaker and the date has been changed for his convenience Many Mason Cityans are planning to tend the session which will be at Algona Parents Should Never Insist on Affection Between Their Children By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH A mistake often made by parents is to suppose that their children because they are brothers and sis ters are bound to be congenial or even to love each other deeply Of course idealy one would like a very strong bond of affection and common Interest to exist between them but in practice one often has to acknowledge that this is impos sible There are in every child innum erable strains from thousands of ancestors If one child takes chiefly from one and another from a dif ferent ancestor the results are not at all sure to produce any commun ity of interest and feeling between the two Often children in one fam ily have nothing to hold them to ether but the tie of relationship Many parents find the hostilities between their children unnatural and feel that they are due either to a mistake in training or more often to deliberate naughtiness on the part of the children Often in their effort to correct the situation they aggravate it by insisting on trying to force a congeniality which is not only nonexistent but also im possible to cultivate They may well insist on kindness and tolerance of each other among the various personalities of the household They may also demand loyalty to the clan by its members but they would do well to give up any further insistence on affection and friendship Often noninterference bears fruit in later years when as a result of greater maturity andwider experi ence the enemies of babyhood be come devoted brothers or sisters Sometimes this unexpected develop ment Is based only on common memories of childhood but the re lationship is none the less real and precious MRS H D PAGE HOSTESS AT CLUB Mrs H D Page 115 Connecticut avenue southeast entertained a small group at luncheon informally Friday afternoon at the Mason City Country club The time was spent in playing contract bridge LARSONJOHNSTON Hilmer Julius Larson and Miss Olive Elizabeth Johnston both of St Paul were married at the Trin ity Lutheran parsonage by the Rev O L N Wigdahl Friday The Misses Louise and Esther Larson of St Paul sisters of the bridegroom attended the couple EAST PARKHIGHLAND CIRCLE GIVES TEA The East Park Highland circle of the Trinity Lutheran church enter tained 100 guests at a silver tea Fri day afternoon A short play The Lamp Went Out was presented by Mrs Russell Thompson Mrs C H Kirsch Mrs H E Holt and Mrs Andrew Frelund with Mrs R O Storvick directing Beatrice Lysne and Enola Skram sang a duet Mrs L A Lysne was in charge of the re freshments and Mrs Storvick served tea RODEMAKERNEWMAN OSAGE Sept Rode maker and Linda Newman who were married at Cresco Thursday have come to make their home here Mr Rodcmaker is a son of Mr and Mrs Ole Podemaker of Osage and is employed here and his bride a sister of Mrs Jay Hatficld has made her home here a part of the time for some yearn TO BE BRIDE by Don Helbling MISS GRETCHEN MEYER daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Herman E Meyer 123 Ninth stjeet northeast will become the bride of David W II Springfield 111 Oct 19 at the home of her grandparents Mr and Mrs G Vollbrecht in Charles City Both Miss Meyer and her fiance are graduates of the Uni versity of Iowa Miss Meyer is a Chi Omega and Mr Millen is a member of Sigma Nu Miss Factor Married in California Mason Cityan Becomes Bride of Galen Palmer in Los Angeles Miss Lenore Factor daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Factor 440 Twentyfifth street southwest be came the bride of Galen Palmer of Los Angeles son of Mr and Mrs N H Palmer of Charles City at the home of Mr and Mrs C E Clinton in Los Angeles Sept 18 J 1C Johnson organist of the Clifton cafeteria which is owned by Mr and Mrs Clinton played several piano selections before the cere mony and Miss Marguerite Johnson sang a group of numbers including Oh Promise Ma 1 Before Fireplace While the from Lohengrin was being played the bridegroom and his best man Gor donHammond took their places be fore an arch of sweet peas lilies of the valley ferns and palms ar ranged in front of the fireplace where white candles burned on the mantleplece Here they were met by the bride and Miss Betty Burton her bridesmaid Miss Burton who descended the stairs first was attired in a yellow silk crepe dress with white acces sories and wore a corsage of delph inium and baby breath The bride ivho was given in marriage by Mr Clinton wore a white flannel suit a white turban and white accessories Her corsage was of baby roses and jardenias and her only jewelry a necklace from Norway a gift from her grandmother Mrs Marie Nord seth of Canby Minn Dinner After Service The Rev John Snaps pastor of the Temple Baptist church per formed the single ring ceremony Following the service the couple was honored at a surprise miscel laneous shower after which dinner was served to 80 guests A large wedding cake centered the brides table Mr Palmer and his bride left on a trip lo Catalina Island and on their return will be at home at 12361 Maryland street Los An geles Mrs Palmer is a graduate of the Mason City high school and Park hospital training school for nurses Mr Palmer is a graduate of the Charles City high school JEFFERSON CIRCLE CONDUCTS MEETING Mrs Hnrold Marshall led the les son on Yourself as a Parent at a meeting of the Jefferson Child Study circle at the home of the pres ident Mrs John MacMillan 116 Kentucky avenue southwest A BO cial hour followed honoring Mrs Lyle Brown who will leave soon for her new home in Des Moinea MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to John C Hrubetz 26 Mason City and Marjorie M Penny 23 Swale dale and to Howard W Albright 21 Minnesota Lake Minn and Leona M Paswalk 22 Mankato ADAMSADAMS Roy Sylvester Adams and Ethel Alexia Adams were married by the Rev O L N Wigdahl at the Trin ity Lutheran parsonage They were attended by Mary Elaine Pietsch and Linns Victor Grien both of Ma son City Mr and Mrs Adams will be at home at 225 Fourteenth street northeast PARTY GIVEN FOR MISS GRACE GILE Miss Grace Glle was honor guest at a party given Friday evening by Miss Jean Mickey at her home 501 Jefferson avenue northwest Bridge was the diversion of the evening with high score prize going to Misa Virginia Boyd A gift wan presented to Miss Gie from the group She will be married in October to Wal ter Doyle Monday Club Begins 52nd Years Work Luncheon at L R Wood ward Home Planned by Committee Monday club will meet for lunch eon at the home of Mrs L R Wood ward 507 East State street Monday afternoon marking the opening of its fiftysecondyear Assisting hos tesses will be Mrs G S C Andrick Mrs W E Sundell Mrs T A Pot ter Mrs C C Vail Mrs J A Wiley Mrs Woodward and Mrs George M Crabb James E Blythe will be the speaker The club will continue its study of the Atlantic Monthly and will base its lessons on topics of the day The program has been outlined by Mrs Potter Mrs C R Patton and Mrs Vail Topics to be discussed include ShermanFighting Prophet Am erican music nature talk book re views developments in Russia at the Hague in science our relations with Canada drama political changes foretold by present events memory test Social events duringthe year in clude a luncheon in January and a luncheon in April in addition to the opening affair Officers for the year are Mrs H C Johnson president Mrs Crabb vice president and Mrs J A Smal ley secretary treasurer Social Calendar MONDAY U G L 1 oclock Mrs Charles Kaufmann 25 Ninth street northwest lunch con Monday 1 oclock Mrs L R Woodward 507 East State street Mrs G S C Andrick Mrs W E SundtV Mrs D F Potter Mrs C C Vail Mrs J A Wiley Mrs Woodward Mrs George M Crabb talk by James E Blythe Chuutauqua 1 oclock Y W C A Mrs Wayne McGowan Mrs W T Sinnard Mrs W J Pagenhadt Mrs H E Redfield Mrs W B Wright Mrs J C Williams hostesses Occident 1 oclock Mra J T Bracken 816 Jefferson avenue northwest Mrs AllenBeck Mrs Artemas Brown Mrs A B DeVoe lesson Mrs Milton Bergland B P Mrs C G Viall 1033 Third street northwest Midland oclock Mrs George Brett 420 North Federal avenue Monday Bridge Mrs F H Gage 207 Sixth street northeast Child Study Field trip picnic luncheon Mrs L W Korubaum Mrs Shadrach Morgan Mrs H B Major Mrs V D Nelson Mrs George Gitz Mrs G L Wanamaker Y W C A Glee 7 oclock Y W C A Unemployed oclock Y W C A Junior Womens oclock Y W C A Auxiliary to United Light and 8 oclock P G E TUESDAY Woman club oclock Y W C A Matinee 1 oclock Churcl of Christ re cital by Mrs R E Patton Miss Ruth Stevens Handcraft 2 oclock Y W C A tea and exhibit Friendly 2 oclock Mrs Frank OHearn 1118 Quincv avenue northwest Welfare Workers Cooperative aux 2 oclock hall 117 Delaware ave nue northeast D A R oclock Mrs H L Wright 321 Fourteenth street northwest Good Cheer oclock Eagles hall T N T oclock Y W C A dinner Unity chapter No 58 O E oclock Masonic temple program East Side Social oclock Mrs Harrison Davis church parlors Women of the oclock Eagles hall Tnbernncle 8 oclock St Josephs parish hall card pprtv WEDNESDAY Current Events 1 oclock Y W C A Mrs W W Reminpton 2 oclock Y W C A Greek My thology Mrs F B A KIrsten St lnmes Lnilies Church parlor Mrs W Weber and Mrs W Weber Jr Our Saviours Ladles 2 oclock church parlors Mrs Harry hostess Women of 1 Moose Card 2 oclock Mrs Olen Wallace 15 Twentieth street southeast McRinley C S 2 oclock school Loval 10 2 oclock Mrs Tom Humison 2520 South Federal avenue elec tion of officers Bridirn oclock Mrs Lee P Loomis 320 First street southeast lunch eon P E O GN Mrs I G Schoemakcr Mrs Ira HEADS NEW DEPARTMENT Miss Irene Hol man is the chairman of the newly organized junior womens department of the Womans club Stinson hostesses Mrs W S Rankin leader Ladles auxiliary to B of R 2 oclock Y W C A oclock Eagles hall D A oclock Mrs James Rao 817 Second street southwest Mrs Volney Hanson Miss Ethel Hall Miss Mary Bullock hostesses Background of the Constitution Airs Arthur Brogue St Teresa St Josephs parish hall dance Wartburg Luther 8 oclock church Fisher family and Verne Redeker in charge P E O 8 oclock Mrs Oscar Davis 921 Pennsylvania avenue northeast Mrs Maybelle Blaise Miss Lydia Barrctte Mrs Davis committee U S W V Y W C A Coterie 2 oclock Mrs J E Donnelly 110 Seventh street northeast THURSDAY M T oclock FordHopkins tea room Mrs James Graham 21 Seventh street northwest New Idea 1 oclock Mrs William Whorley 23 Twelfth street southeast Athenian oclock Mrs E G Dunn 438 Fourth street southeast Mrs D W Daly Mrs J Frank Hayes Mrs D H Fitzpatrick Mrs T H Jacobs Mrs J W Macket host esses Immanuel N W oclock Mrs Chris Clemen son638 Jefferson avenue Grace Evangelical Ladies Division 1 2 oclock Mrs B W Banker 926 Harrison avenue northwest division 2 2 oclock Mrs William Bumgartner 1539 Jefferson avenue northwest di vision 3 Mrs A F Donaghy church parlors Trinity Roosevelt oclock Mrs M Peterson 330 Twentieth street southeast L U G A Mrs George Christiansen miscel laneous shower for Mrs Dick Leucht B and O oclock Mrs Oscar Eliason 1306 President avenue northwest Past Noble I O O F parlors Mrs F Wol ters Mrs George Hubacher Mrs Oliver Repp hostesses Mrs Harry Ditch Mrs Stanley Hanks Mrs George Wcndt Mrs H C Ross hostesses Enst State Street Mrs C O Johnson 208 Vermont avenue southeast Mrs G S C Andrick Mrs George Burmeister Mrs Chartes Gasswint Mrs P V Barclay Mrs C O Johnson hostesses Mrs Mattie Palmer Mrs H E Hanson Mrs H D Makeover program Park Hospital ocdock P G E B P W oclock Hotel Hanford Tusnlnta oclock Y W C A treasure hunt Central C S C oclock Manual arts building Immanuel Martha 8 oclock Dora Peterson 2103 South Federal avenue Cee Dee Bridge Mrs Charles Craven 508 Carolina avenue southeast Milwaukee 8 oclock clubroorns FRIDAY Church of Christ Missionary oclock church parlors hostesses officers groups 1 2 3 and 4 leader Mrs Stanley Haynes Baby 1 oclock Y W C A Presbyterian East Mrs Sidney Stott south Mrs R j Johnston west Mrs E Lytle Central Mrs George K Davies and Mrs J H Whitsltt Forest Park Mrs Paul Hull Mrs C Waggoner Century Postponed to Oct 9 Baptist Ladies oclock churb irlors Caxalry Lutheran 2 oclock church pariors KID Knro Mr and Mrs Henry Cahill Rebekih oclock I O O F hall HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE Pineapple Upside Down Cake Menu For Dinner Macaroni and Cheese Buttered Beets Bread Plum Jam Pineapple Upside Down Cake Coffee RECDES FOR FOUR Macaroni And Cheese 3 tablespoons chopped onions 3 tablespoons chopped green peppers 3 tablespoons chopped celery 1 tea spoon salt 23 cup water Mix ingredients and cover Cook slowly 10 minutes Add to cheeae mixture Cheese Mixture 3 tablespoons butter 5 table spoons Hour 2 cups milk 23 cup cheese cut fine 3 cups cooked mac aroni 13 teaspoon salt 4 teaspoon paprika Melt butter and add flour Add the milk and cooked vegetable mix ture and cook until creamy sauce forms Add cheese and beat 2 min utes Add macaroni and bake 25 minutes in baking dish in moderate oven Pineapple Upside Down Cake 1 cups brown sugar cup but ter 2 cups diced pineapple cup fat 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 23 cup milk 2 cup pastry four 3 teaspoons baking powder ys teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla Place the brown sugar and but ter in fryingpan Heat slowly and stir constantly until sugar has melted Add pineapple Cream the fat and cup of sugar Add eggs milk flour baking powder salt and vanilla and beat well Pour over pineapple and bake in frying pan 30 minutes in moderately slow oven Turn out upside down and serve plain or with cream Mint jelly or mint jelly salad blends well with roast lamb Cocoauut sprinkled over peaches uananas or pineaple makes a temp ting dessert Mrs Cerney to Be Heard at Meeting Junior Womens Department Will Meet Monday atYWCA The first week of October prom ises to be a busy one for most Ma son City women since it marks the beginning of departmental work in the Womans club and also sees the opening of the season for manv study clubs The newly organized junior wo mens department of the Womans club will hear Mrs Rob Roy Cerney of Northwood read a play at its first meeting Monday evening at 730 oclock at the Y W C A Mrs Cer ney s work is familiar to most Ma son Cityans Details of the fashionbridge to be sponsored by the department will be discussed at the meetingThe af fair is to be held Oct 17 and the proceeds will be used for the build ing fund of the Womans club Hand craft Tea The Womans club board will meet Tuesday morningat 930 oclock and Tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock is the time set for the hand craft department tea at the Y W C A Plans for the years work will be outlined and an exhibit of arti cles to he made will be shown Mrs Lowell Forbes Ls chairman of the department which is a new one in the Womans club Mrs W W Remington of Minne apolis will return to Mason City Wednesday for a current events lecture at 1 oclock at the Y W C A Mrs Remingtons lectures have been a popular feature of the club program for a number of years Mrs E S Selby is chairman of the current events department The child conservation department will have its regular monthly baby clinic Friday afternoon from 1 to 3 oclock at the Y W C A Hear Amelia Earhurt The first general meeting of the club will be held Oct 10 at the First Methodist church when Amelia Ear hart will talk on Flying For Fun In order to avoid confusion the night of the lecture Womans club membership cards are being sold at Yelland and Hanes and are also available from women on the mem bership committee of which Mrs C C Carrick is chairman The cards are required for admittance to de partmental and general meetings and because of the the initiation fee all memhgfcnip3 cards are 52 Members of the drama production committee of the club met with Miss Gretchen Bickel the chairman Friday evening to discuss possible plays for the season Study clubs which will hold their first meetings during the week in clude on Monday U G L with Mrs Charles Kaufmann Monday with Mrs L H Woodward Chatauqua at the Y W C A Occident with Mrs J T Bracken Child Study a field trip Athenian club will meet Thursday with Mrs E G Dunn and East State Street club with Mrs C O Johnson M ARTINRICHA R D S Miss Cleors Richards daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry L Richards residing east of Mason City was married to Lloyd H Martin Nora Springs Aug 21 at Albert Lea Minn by the Rev John Hall pas tor of the First Methodist church of Albert Lea The couple is resid ingat the home of the brides par ents Smarter Styles Better Quality For Less Since 1920 COURTFSY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE WOMEN ARE LIKE THAT They LOVE things that are different they go into ec stasies over the unusual We see it happening every day at LUNDBERGS You sec we feature styles that are different with that indefinable something that you wont find elsewhere Do come In and look around Compare our styles and our prices And remember every value we offer is EXACTLY as represented The De Kaye Frocks are the talk of the town at these low prices SEE YOU TOMORROW MONDAY

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