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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 25, 1933, Mason City, Iowa SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NOVEMBER 25 HH 1933 BRINGS SLIGHT LULL TO CLUB EVENTS Rehearsals Progress on Barry Drama Womans Club Activities in Varied Array for Coming Weeks the approach of Thanksgiv ing the number of cuh meetings scheduled la diminished slightly but the week following the holiday finds affai dar burdened with many Rehearsals are going forward on the Womans club Youngest play The c by PWUP Barry which Decr7 and 8 in the Mgh school auditorium Mrs Doue las Swale is directing the play which is the first of the season to he given by the drama production under the chairmanship of Miss Gretchen Bickel The art department of the Wom ans club will have its last lecture by Francis Robert White Friday afternoon at 3 oclock at the Horary assembly The child conservation department will conduct its regular monthly baby clinic Friday after noon from l to 3 oclock at the Y Many Meetings Meetings of the Womans club scheduled for the first week in De cember include the young womens department which will have a book review Dec 4 the board meeting andthe handcraft classes Dec 5 Mrs W W Remingtons lecture Dec 6r and the play Dec 7 and 8 Panhellenic association will mee for dinner at oclock Tuesda eveningat the homeof airs Mane Hepner 215 Adams avenue north west The committee in charge in eludes Mrs Hepner Miss Laurine Lyons and Mrs Lester Dibble Women eligible to membership in Fanhellenic attend the meetings of the association and newcomers to Mason City who are eligible have been asked to get in touch with the committee Plans will be made for the Christmas danceatthe meet ing Mrs Draper Long is chairman of arrangements for the holiday event Elks Jamboree The annual Elks Jamboree will be conducted Tuesday evening at 8 oclock at the clubrooms There will be a contract bridge party Monday evening at 8 oclock at the club WED 53 YEARS and Mrs Chris Bokemeier celebrated their fifty third wedding anniversary Friday Both are 75 years of age and have lived in this community 50 years They were born in Germany com ing to America in 1883 All of their children are living Their children are Mrs Henry Neidringlious Mrs George Meyer Mrs Edward Wear da Mrs E J Kottman Carl Boke meier Chris A Bokemeier Jr and W A Bokemeier all of Sheffield THANKSGIVING Next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day What shoes are you going to wear on this annual holiday If an old needs re here for the finest type of service Well fix your shoes like new and youll be proud to wear them some more MODEL SHOE SHOP With ModelUnique at 10G S Fed Gus Mercs Prop rooms with Mr and Mrs Harvey Bryant and Mr and Mrs F C as hosts The newly elected nominating committee of the Y W C A which was chosen at the membership ban quet Thursday evening is preparing a slate of new board members which will be presented for a vote of the organization at a meeting in January The committee includes Mrs Harold Campbell and Mrs F E Reishus board the Misses Myrtle members and Cardey Helen Toppin and Margaret Hotchkin Miss Sophie Chowningwill con duct her second class in home dec oration Tuesday evening at 8 oclock at the Y W C A T N T club will meet Tuesday for dinner at the Y and the glee club and unemployed girls class will meet Monday There will be no Tusalata club meeting MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES ALGONA Nov li censes were issued to Fabian Strain and Nellie Myers both of Fort Dodge to Clare E Wingert and Hertula M Wolf both of Wesley to Clifford Arthur Knutson of Swea City and G enev lev e Mary Kappen of Lakota PROGRAM TO BE AT BATH SCHOOL Plans are being made for a pro jram and box social Nov at 3ath school No 1 The pupils are and Robert Pedelty Gladys agesen Raymond Scott Harold iercks Raymond Wheeler Charles Blum Haael Hoffman Harry Helen nd Hazel Vierkaut and Wava lerrise The teacher is Grace Ann itoops Third Talk on Modern Art Given Francis R White Explains Proportion Balance Line in Art Art presents a scope for intellec tual and scientific analysis accord ing to Francis Robert White who gave his third lecture in a series on Modern Art at a meeting of the art department of the Womans club Friday afternoon in the library assembly Mr White explained balance pro portion line and design pointing out that harmony depends on var iety in unity Balance or distrib ution of weight may be simplecom plex or dynamic he said In simple balance weight is equally distributed in relation to a central axis When balance is not visible it is complex and dynamic balance which requires the finest degree of perception from the artist is used when motion is expressed and in cludes the ability to make smaller weights balance larger ones Proportion or distribution of size is based on unity and sym metry with variation or modulation It is a mathematical ratio between the parts of the whole and even dis tribution is less inviting than mod ulated distribution Balance must attend variation Mr White spoke of the grouping of figures and of the treatment of the human figure Rhythm of distribution of line is allied to distribution of size he said Line is the silhouet or out line where one thing is blended into another If a straight line is divided at regular intervals the points of interference can be interpreted as beats and rhythm results There Is also rythm in the curved line ac cording to the curve or direction Harmony and grace of line depend on the variety of interruption Mr White explained how lines are used to keep the eye from wandering out of the picture and psychologically to effect drama quiet aspiration or complete or the distribution of CHOICE OF BLOUSE TYPES Peerless la Cent IalUm 200 FLKh Avenue New York vilj By DIANA DAY The upper blouse is smart isnt it with its fence yoke Its gay and sportive the youthful type college girls adore It is orangyred soft hairy woolen weave The lower model is one of those plaided wool and silk crepe novel ties in rich rust and brown tones The biblike tied collar is the cutest idea Have your choice The pattern in cludes both of these models and they are as easy aa A B C to make Style No 736 is designed for aizea 14 16 18 20 years 36 38 and 40 inches bust Size 16 requires 2 yards 39inch material for View A Size 16 requires 2H yards 39inch material with 3 yards ribbon for View B Plain Or bold stripes in wool jersey wool crepe plaided hairy woolens bengaline silk satin crepe woolen with fleckings of metal in its weave etc are other nice me diums The Essence of Fashion All summed up for you in this exciting New Book of fashions and patterns If you pride yourself on being in the fashion know1 you cant afford to miss it Youll find the editorials amusing and helpful Sure Cure for the Blues contains valuable tips Send for your copy today enclos ing 10 cents stamps 01coin Ad dress fashion department of this paper Price of book 10 cents Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps Or coin coin is Wrap coin carefully The office pessimist says what this world needs is another Kessingers Review strength ness Pattern surface is a factor allied cjosely to line Pattern is surface inclosed by lino or a series of lines and great effects are possible to the artist pattern both dramatic artistic Mr White showed examples of paintings to illustrate his talk The and For Adorable Looking Linens on Cftianksgiwng have yours launderedby the IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY Youll be happy and proud to have your family and guests seated at your Thanksgiving table if your Linens are Laun dered at the Ideal where you get the finest Laun dry service that money can buy This large modernly equipped plant with trained and skilled operators in every department is ready to serve you now at this Thanksgiving each Day of every week For unexcelled Laundry Its Phone 22 IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY Be an Ideal American Customer ofart talks will be next Friday at 3 o clock m the library assembly 2 WeddingsHeld in Family on One Day OTRANTO Nov 25Ruby Irene Klusmeier daughter of Mr and Mrs John Klusmeier and George Ran som son of Mr and Mrs Oscar Ransom of Rose Creek were mar ried at Austin Wednesday afternoor at o o clock at the home of the Rev Harry Poll They were attended by Miss Lila Nelson daughter of Mrs M O Nel son of Rose Creek and William Klusmeier a brother of the bride Miss Nelson and William Klusmeier were married at Lyle at the Lutheran parsonage by the Rev O M Langebough They were attended by Mr and Mrs George Ransom At 7 oclock a wedding dinner was served at the parental John Klusmeier home by Edith Klus meier Mrs Raymond Carlson and Mrs Arthur Dockstader Mr and Mrs Klusmeier will re side on the Klusmeier farm and Mr and Mrs George Ransom will make there home at Rose Creek WOMENS LABOR BUREAU SEEKS NEW MEMBERS The Womens Labor bureau be gan a membership drive at a meet ing Friday evening at the Labor temple Several new members were enrolled and 500 was played at the six tables with high score prize go ing to Mrs G C Johnson Meetings will be held every fourth Friday evening of the month at the Labor temple SIMONSENMCD ON A LD Stanley Simonsen and Hiss Grace McDonald both of Rochester Minn were married by the Rev A W Caul at the Baptist parsonage Friday afternoon MONDAY Monday Bridge Mrs J H McEwen 218 Delaware avenue northeast Chautauqun Mrs Wayne Sharpe 701 East State street current events Mrs Jay Lorenz Mrs H E Redfield les son Mrs M Phillips Maria Mitchell Mrs C H McNider 232 Second street southeast lesson Mrs W P Merltel Mrs R B Irons Mrs John MacMillan 116 Ken tucky avenue southeast lessop Mrs H G S C Andrick Miss Pamela Fluent Twentieth Century Mrs Earl Smith 27 Sixth street northwest lesson Mrs Fred Smith Occident Mrs W S Wilcox 861 Third street northwest lesson Mrs F B Hathaway U G L club Mrs A H Kohl Mrs Roger Kirk hostesses Mrs A L Feeney Mrs F B Woodruff lesson Child Study Mrs Frank Shefller 1228 Adams avenue northwest lesson Mrs C W Gasswint Mrs W M Perry Mrs H A MacDonald Mrs S Morgan Mrs H B Major Mrs M Humphrey Y W C A Gleo 7 oclock Y W C A Unemployed Girls oclock Y W C A G T A BookCurrent events sec 7 oclock library assembly cur rent events Miss Maude Gordon book review Joyce Kilmer Miss Florence OLeary 624 Penn sylvania avenue Miss Florence Flynn hostesses Mrs Mae Dugan lesson talk on Europe bv Dr T A Burke M A 8 oclock Eagles hall L O T 8 oclock I O O F hall TUESDAY VVaTanYe 12 oclock Hotel Hanfoitl 2 oclock Y W C A Anglo Snxon Stories Mrs Walter Sopher High School Music 3 oclock clubrooras W R C Y W C A Priselila oclock Mrs Oscar McEl Four Pints of Cream are needed to make one pound of IOWA STATE BRAND Butter In what other form can you buy cheaply World famous Butter freely doon 403 Fourth street north west Christmas party Panhellenic oclock Mrs Mabel Hepner 215 Adams avenue northwest Miss Laurine Lyons Mrs Lester Dibble Mrs Hepner committee Masonic Social oclock Masonic temple din ner bridge Milwaukee K R oclock clubrooms M T T S oclock Miss Lydia Crosby 316 i Taylor avenue northwest Elks 8 oclock Elks hall Tmmanuel M S 8 oclock church Mrs Nels Landgren Mrs Fritz Frid Mrs Olaf Olson Mrs Axel Wallgko WEDNESDAY W M T 2 oclock Mrs F J Wade 935 Pennsylvania avenue northeast THURSDAY O N O Mrs Neno Crawford West Haven FRIDAY Baby 1 to 3 oclock Y W C A St Johns 1 oclock Mrs B C Way 321 Second street southeast Presbyterian East 1 oclock church west 2 oclock Mrs W C Pierce 110 Jefferson avenue northwest south 2 oclock Mrs R B Gir ton 333 Maryland avenue south east Mrs H C Johnson central 2 oclock Mrs A S Maxfield 23 Seventh street northwest Forest park 1 oclock Mrs Albert Haas 1 Taylor avenue southwest Baptist Ladies oclock church Cavalry Lutheran 2 oclock churclu tVrt 3 oclock library assembly lec ture by Bob White Queen Rebekah oclock I O O F hall elec tion of officers Church of Christ Womens Mission ary oclock church parlors Christmas party men in charge devotions C W Hicks music J H Marston program D L Kratz hostesses Mrs F W Han son and divisions o 6 7 and 8 Pleasant Ridge Mr and Mrs Earl Dean SATURDAY Browning Mrs Earl Smith 27 Sixth street northwest Mrs Allen Beck host eases Miss Cora Sundell Mrs James Rae lesson MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issu ed to Joe Burns 25 Sioux City and Doris Minott 24 Mason City Stan ley Slmonsen 34 and Grace McDon ald 29 both of Rochester Minn Billie N Miller 28 St Paul and Gladys Erickson 28 Minneapolis GENEVIEVE MEUKITT HOSTESS AT BRIDGE Gcnevieve Merritt 24 Linden drive entertained at bridge at her home There were four tables and prizes went to Fern Meurs Donald Bushgens Sadie Burtls and May nard Dean LICENSES Vroman 25 and Vera Wlnslow 21 both of Zum brota Minn Nov 24 Married by the Rev H M Normann same day Congregational Choir to Sing Harvest Music The choir of the First Congrega tional church will presentC M von Webers Jubilee Cantata Sunday evening at oclock in the church The cantata was prepared for performance as a festival of peace in 1818 At the conclusion of the World war tie text was found to contain many passages unappro priate for general use A new trans lation was prepared following the original as closely as possible The piano score is as von Weber originally wrote it and will be played by Mrs J B Stinehart piianist and Mrs Earl Ehlers or ganist Soloists for the cantata include Mrs C G Maudsley soprano Earl Dean Frank Poole tenors Law rence Cain bass A trio will be sung by Mrs Everett Wood Mr Poole and H D Make ever and a quartet Miss Lillian Leedstrom Miss Marvyl Stevens Mr Poole and Mr Ma keever Miss Lois Meyer and Miss Eliz abeth Mills will sing a duet and James Stinehart will play a Bach Faure as an offertory solo Mrs Dorothy Cair Hostetler is tie direc tor of the cantata which is open to all interested 100 Attend Benefit Card Party Held by Veterans Daughters More than 100 were present at the benefit card party sponsored by the Daughters of Veterans of the Civil war Friday evening In the P G and E auditorium High score prizes for bridge went to Mrs C C Warden and Elmer Dye and low to Mrs C L Loomer and F C Koll Five hundred prizes were won by Mrs H L Goodwin and Guy Peters high and Miss Laura Faktor and Andy Peterson low The committee in charge includ ed Mr and Mrs 5 A Bemls Mr TO BE BRIDE Nov Hertul Wolf youngest daughter of F M Wolf will be married to Clar Wingert son of Mr and Mrs Law rence Wingert at the St Joseph Catholic church in Wesley Tuesday morning at 8 oclock They will b attended by Miss Rita Wingert anc Harold Wolf sister and brother o the bridal couple The bride a grad uate of the Wesley high school took a business course at Mankato Busi ness college and has been active in local American Legion auxiliary work Following a wedding break fast at the brides home they wil leave on a wedding trip to points in Iowa and Mrs O Balseth Miss Marie Fuller Mrs M C Fessenden Mrs R A Pickett Mrs Anna McBride Mrs Lillian Barney MissMarion Garlock Mrs Alta Rule and Mrs J J Sheldon Style Show Staged for Hamilton Girls by D KLundbergs A style show for the students of Hamiltons College of Commerce was put on at their assembly room Friday afternoon by D K Lundberg and company presented by Miss Regina Bush and Miss Marie Ful ler Marion Saxon May Jane Wood Phebe Sherman Lucille Durkin Pearl Rohr and June Haven modeled the garments and accessories show Ing the different types of wearing apparel appropriate for every occa sion These models were dressed in gar ments showing how moderately a girl can dress and still be in style as the style show was put on to offer the student suggestions that would help her to be neatly dressed at B moderate cost Belmond Bride Guest at Prenuptial Parties BELMOND Mrs E Bock Nov and entertained at a 1 oclock luncheon in their home Thursday noon in honor of Mrs Bocks niece Miss Pearl Barry and Dr Charles Gaffney of Chicago whose marriage took place in the St Francis church at 8 oclock Sat urday morning Other guests beside Miss Barry and Dr Gaffney were Attorney and Mrs R H Henderson of this place Miss Barry is a reg istered nurse of Chicago Another courtesy to Dr Gaffney and MIsa Barry was a 6 oclock dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs M C Barry Other guests were Barry of Chicago Miss Kathleen and Blondie Ryan of Boston Mass Attorney and Mrs Henderson of this place and Miss Delores Barry of Des Homes Blondie Ryan is the famed short stop on the Giants baseball team STEILCOLEMAN ALGONA Nov Eliza beth Coleman daughter Mr and Mrs Ross Coleman became the bride of George E Stcil Jr son of Mr and Mrs George Steil The marriage was performed by the Rev Thomas J Davern of the St Cecelias Catholic church Many Children Benefit From Health Seals Seventyone Mason City children benefited through the funds raised by the Mason City Parent Teacher Council in the Christmas seal sale last year according to Miss Hattie Lymenstahl school nurse who has charge of the spending of the funds sixteen tonsil and adenoid opera tions were performed 19 children were fitted with glasses and 35 were given physical examinations Be cause of a lack of funds work which should have been done last year has been left to this year so that the need for money this year is greater than it would be ordinarily The health seals will be mailed out on Thanksgivingnight to Ma son Cityans and the money collected by the council from this sale will be divided between the Iowa Tubercu losis association and the local Par ent Teacher council CENTRAL CHILD STUDY CIRCLE MEETS AT LAKE Central Child Study circle was en tertained by Mrs J D McDowell and Mrs Ben Randall Lt Clear Lake Mrs S W Greene and Mrs F L Bowen had the lesson There were 25 members and three guests flt TVIflot TlTln at e meeting The will be Dec 18 with Byerly next session Mrs Stella MRS HENRY MANNENS HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs Henry Mannens a recent bride was honored at a iriiscellan ous shower given by her grand mother Mrs M Herman 28 Thir teenth street northeast airs James McDonald and Mrs John McDonald assisted Mrs Herman A green and white color scheme was carried out in the decorations and refreshments were served December Set as Date forWedding Winifred Van Ness to Be Bride of Dr Pfeiffer of Quincy 111 Mr and Mrs J A Van Ness 318 Carolina avenue southeast an nounce the engagement and ap proaching marriage of their daugh ter Winifred to Dr Carl F H Pfeiffer son of Mrs C W Pfeiffer of Quincy 111 and the late Dr Pfeiffer The wedding will take place Friday afternoon Dec 1 at 4 oclock at the home of the brides parents The Rev William H Spence will read the service Miss Van Ness is a graduate of the Mason City high school and the State University of Iowa where she was a member of Phi Mu sorority She is affiliated with Mason City chapter GN P E O Miss Van Ness has been teaching art in the Sudlow intermediate school at Davenport Dr Pfeiffer was graduated from the Quincy high school and contin ued his studies at the State Univer sity of Iowa and Chicago Medical college receiving his degree from the later institution He is serving an Interneship at St Lukes Meth odist hospital in Cedar Rapids and will later practice his profession in Quincy Miss Van Ness will arrive In Ma son City Wednesday for her wed ding Her sister Miss Marian Van fess a student at the University of Minnesota will alsi come Wednes day for the ceremony Ii Bits About Em Mrs Leon Woodward and daugh er Rheon have returned from Mount Vernon where Miss Wood vard gave an harp recital before he faculty and students of Cornell ollege Miss Woodward studied last ear at Christian college at Colum tia Mo Miss Margaret Handel has arriv d from Mount Vernon where she is student at Cornell college to spend he weekend with her parents Mr nd Mrs J A Handel 1051 Fourth treet southwest Mr and Mrs C J Kaufmann and amily 25 Ninth street northwest Ian to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Kaufmanns parents in Austin linn Nate Chier 316 street outhwest has returned from Min eapolis where he spent the past eek with his brother Joe Fink son of Mr and Mrs en Fink is spending the weekend rom Cornell college at Mount Ver on with his parents 1IOMAS A WILSON O BE ENTERTAINED Agnes Adams and Mr and Mrs eorge Harkelrode 211 Fourteenth ireet northeast are planning a hanksgiving dinner in honor of heir cousin Thomas A Wilson ho will be 63 years old on that ay Mr Wilson is visiting friends nd relatives in the city He has een a resident of Polk county and es Moinea for 42 years and is a etired member of the Des Moines re department having served for years He is a cousin of the late harles L Adams Smarter Styles Better Quality for 1920 AMD SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE J Time It Takes to Make Good Photographs HAVE IT DONE NOW li IKK East State St 1 You will be more than Thankful If you get your new De Kaye frock here Our collection is most surprising and in keeping with everyones needs and budgets Bright and dark coloring for every Thanksgiving occasion 95 and Better See You Tomorrow Monday
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