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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 9, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 9 19:!6 NINE Delegates Elected to D. A. R. Congress by Mason City Group The Mason City D. A. R. chapter met Wednesday afternoon for luncheon at the Church of Christ. Following luncheon a business meeting was conducted and Mrs. H. E. Swarner and Mrs. B. F. Gabbert were named delegates to the Continental congress in Washington in April. Mrs. H. C. Shipman and Mrs. Harris were named alternates. The program included a vocal number by Victor Burgraff and piano selections. Mrs. Mary Bullock WE DO . . . COMMERCIAL WORK OF ALL KINDS R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. spoke on "Plans for Preserving Peace." The luncheon committee included Miss Dorothy Ransom, Mrs. C. E. Chenovveth, Mrs. H. E. Winters, JWr.s. H. E. Swarner and Mrs. T. H. Stetler. DOUBLE 8 CLUB PRESENTS GIFTS Mrs. G. G. Weida and Earl Leaman, retiring noble grands of Queen Rebekah lodge No. 106, and Mason City lodge No. 224, I. 0. O. F., were presented gifts by the Double 8 club at the joint installation held in the I. O. O. F. hall. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fisher made the presentation and the gifts were a past noble grand's ring to Mrs. Weida and a past noble grand's pin to Mr. Leaman. JEAN DE VOE WILL PKESENT PUPfLS Jean DeVoe will present a. group of piano pupils in recital Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at her home. 1010 Jefferson avenue northwest. The players will include Jean and Sally Houscr. Mildred Milligan, Burton and Herbie Gindler, Adelle Robinson, Arline Rivedal, Jack Benson, Jimmie Benner, Priscilla Kohl, David Gilbertsou. Dorothy Flarup and Florence DeVoe. Jean DeVoe is a pupil of Miss Ruth Swingen and is a senior in high school. Two Piece Frock Attractive GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 13 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue. New York City By DIANA DAY Special! Individual coats with costly fur collars and select fab rics--featured at January savings! You'lf instantly recognize the true worth of these dresses . . . distinctively styled from splendid rnaterials in gorgeous colors! 3 South Federal Ave. Buttons From Collar to Hemline Make Smart Trimming for This Dress with Bloused Bodice. Here is a delightful pattern ol youthful two-piece crepe silk print dress. Almost any supple woolen would also be smart for it in such new colors as watermelon-red, gold, per- venche blue, medium grey, etc. Linen, tub silks, cottons, etc., are lovely suggestions for later season or resort wear with short sleeves, please! Or make a separate blouse or skirt! Style No. 3272 is designed for sizes 14. 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40-inches bust. Size 16 requires 3% yards of 39-inch material with % yard of 39-inch contrasting. Send fifteen cents (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish Fashion book coats ten cents. Send for your copy today. Book and pattern together twenty-five cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. if , W. C. T. IT. MEETING HELD AT T. W. C. A. W. C. T. TJ. met Wednesday at the Y. W. C. A. with Miss Ida Helgen opening meeting with devotions. The Rev. J. Lee Lewis gave the opening prayer. Miss Mable Elthon, a returned missionary from Granada, Nicaragua, spoke on the work of the Central American Mission. There are 70 American missionaries, 130 native pastors and 500 congregations, Miss Elthon said. Natives who join the mission are required to give up smoking, drinking and immoral habits. Miss Eltbon showed native costumes and a miniature Nicaraguan house. The meeting was closed wtih prayer led bv Mrs. A. W. .Schmidt. WOMEN OF MOOSE DEPARTMENT MEETS The social service department of the Women of the Moose met Wednesday wtih Mrs. W. C. Groth, 616. President avenuee southwest, with Mrs. L. D. Bird as chairman. The time was spent in welfare sewing and the group listened to the Moose program, from Rochester. At the close of the afternoon lunch was served. The next meeting will be Jan. 22 with Mrs. Gilmer Beckjorden, 1210 Sixth street southwest. It was so easy--I did not go on a diet. I took no exercise. I did not weaken my body with drastic purgatives. Yet fat slipped away. Each day I felt myself growing lighter, more slender. Now my figure is lovely, graceful. And I never felt better, in my life. That, in brief, is what thousands who have reduced the Marmola way might well tell you. Four times a day they take a little tablet containing the right quantity of a world-famous corrective for abnormal obesity.--A corrective prescribed by physicians everywhere and acknowledged to be the most effective known. Since 1007, more than 20-million packages of Marmola have been purchased. Could any better recommendation be had? Today--buy a package of Marmola, and start at once. Soon you will experience Marmola'sbenefits.When you have gone far enough, stop taking Marmola. And you will bless the dayyou first discovered this marvelous reducing agent! Marmola is on sale by dealers everywhere--from coast to coast. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. MAKY MORTON. Menu Hint. Shrimp Cocktail Crackers Royal Pork Chops Scalloped Potatoes Baked Apples Cheese Coffee or Tea The shrimp cocktail is a favorite of ours. To make it, put some shrimps that have had the black veins taken out, in the sherbet glass with equal parts of grapefruit pulp. Season with tomato catsup and serve very cold. U.S.W.V. Auxiliary I n s t a l l s O f f i c e r s at Meeting at Y. W. U. S. W. v. auxiliary met at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday evening for installation of officers with Mrs. James Boyle in charge. Mrs. J. T. McGuire was installed as president of the auxiliary. Mrs. Ada Felt was installed as senior vice president; Mrs. Mntt Barren, junior vice president; Delourise Layman, secretary; Mrs. John Cummings, treasurer; Mrs. Mabel Woodward, reporter, and Mrs. Glen Gilbert, musician. Mrs. Ella Maddy was installed chaplain, Dorothy Ficken, historian: Mrs. Anna Morris, patriot instructor; Mrs. Barbara Melsh, conductor; Mrs. Lottie Gasliel, assistant conductor; Mrs. Mae Morgan, guide; Mrs. Mollie Carlson, assistant guide; Mrs. Steve Barron, Mrs. James Boyd, Mrs. Harry Brown and Mrs. Carlson, color bearers. Lunch was served by Mrs. Malt Barron, Mrs. Carl Bistline and Mrs. Brown at the close of the evening and the veterans were guests. WIFE PRESERVERS To successfully broil meat ove: coals it is essential that they do not smoke. So after the coals have burned down, throw a handful ot salt over them to lower the flames and deaden the smoke that arises. Strengthen the Bladder MAKE THIS 25c TEST i r blnd'li'r I n l t a l l i i n cmisro tti-UiiiK HP niKhLs, frequtmt desire, ficiinty How. backache, drink Ms at Imilod or distilled witrr. Flush "nil excess wlds ;uul with hucliu k'RV tutjlt'ts culled Bukels. tlie bljidder I*x. works on tlir blmlder .similar to custor oil oti the bowels. !n f n u r days if not pleased any dniKKlsl will refund your 25c. .Michael OniK Co.. Unstable Drug Co. UKIMIA-AS HOSTESS TO CLUB Miss Louise Lein.hua.9 entertained the Aklyuh.'ipi club at 7 o'clock dinner at the Eadmar hotel Wednesday evening. Following dinner, contract was played at three tables with high score prizes going to Miss Bernice Benisb and Mrs. W. M. Meek. WEDDINGS TAKE PLACE .AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA, Jan. 9. -- Marriages performed at the Little Brown church by the Rev. William Kent include those of Ruth Rummcll and Theodore Augcnstein. both of War- rvn. 111.: Artie Penney and Arthur J. Podein. both of Rochester, Minn. JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE! OVERCOATS 4 SOUTH FEDERAL IMG OFFER COMPLETE GLASSES EXPERT EXAMINATION DRS.WELLS-KITCHEH i/z N. Fed. Avc. .Mason City Today's Receipts. Royal Pork Chops.-- Cut eight pork chops one inch, thick. Bvown slightly and season. Place in roaster and on each one place one teaspoon each of ground carrots, onion and green pepper, chopped. Pour over .ill one can tomato soup diluted with an equal quantity of water. Bake an hour and a half in moderate oven. Baked Apples.--Apples may be baked in their skins, in which case wash them well, take out the cores and fill cavities with sugar, dot with butter, sprinkle with nutmeg or cinnamon, and bake until tender. Keep covered for the first part of baking so that the apples will be done through. Or peel and core the apples and bake as stated. In this case put the peelings and cores into a saucepan, cover with water and cook until very tender. Strain through a wire sieve and pour over the baked apples. Funds in Pine. Walls paneled in knotty pine are attractive. Thuy are decorative and serve as an added protection against winter winds. A flooring of wide plank can be laid over the porch flooring, with an insulated lining to keep out cold drafts. Measuring- Ingredients When you have a knowledge of the comparison between weighL-r-and measures, substituting a known weight for a required measure may be accomplished without fear of altering the recipe. For an example, when one cup of butter is required, measuring it is not necessary if one- half pound of butter is available in marked unit. Here are a few of the common comparisons. There are two cups of butter to a pound, and one-fourth pound weight of butter is the same as one-half cup of butter. One pound of granulated sugar measures two and one-eighth cups. Brown sugar measures three cups to the pound, when the sugar is packed tightly in the cup. More Storage Room. Bookcases built in a recsss of the wall may have cupboards underneath. They look attractive and are grand storage places. BITS ABOUT 'EM 5,000 Patients Cannot All Be Wrong Out latest records show nearly 5,000 pairs of glasses fitted to people of Mason City and vicinity, which speaks for our ability and square dealing to our people. IF YOUR EYES NEED ATTENTION. SEE LEPPER AND SEE BETTER. Convenient Terms. Reasonable Prices Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Olson. 251 Eighth street southeast, have as their guest Mr. Olson's brother, Anton A. Olson of Calmar. * * * Mrs. IT. E. Carlson, 539 Eighth street southeast, has returned home 1 after spending the holiday season at Callender. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nagei of Tracy, Cal., are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nagel, 1537 Jefferson avenue northwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Nate Lapiner, 125 Crescent drive, have left on a trip east, planning to stop in Detroit, Mich., and to so from there to New York where Mr. Lp.piner will visit his mother. They will spend some time in Florida before returning home. LOYAL 10 OLl'B JS ENTERTAINED Loyal 10 club was entertained by Mrs. Harold Marsh, 1538 North Federal avenue, Wednesday with Mrs. Ted Galbrcath presiding during the business meeting. Bridge was played at. Ihi-w t.iMes w i t h lii.Lrii Hmri- prizes sioiiiK ti. Mis. N'urman Spuli- Icr and .Mrs. Gon;i- \cl,-n find low to Mrs. .7. \V. Johnson. Oiirs!,« UTIT Mrs. Louis Sncll and Mrs. T. K. Simkins. Refreshments were served at j the close of tho meeting. { Month of GREEN STAR EXTRA 0 SECRET that Kresge's January Dress Sales have become annual bargain classics. Prices are exceptionally low but quality fabrics and the appeal of smart styling lift jhese values far above the ordinary. Visit the sale early for a full selection of styles and sizes. Advance Spring Styles in Specially Priced at '^· 1^- ·4; Extra Siies 49c A striking sale of new print wash frocks, beautifully made of vat dye percale. Checks, prints and stripes are smartly accented by tailored pique, organdy ruffles, buttons and bows. Skirts are plaited, gored arid flared. All \ are new styles, specially priced t/W m our sale of January Green Star Extra Values. fvery One Co/orr«t Every One New Sizes 14-44 F R I L L Y or T A I L O R E D BRIGHT DRESSES Specially Priced for One V/eek Only ·*.. : ^"J s^s ^-^J fi-i i \\ -ij\ X:-:*-Xf-'-~ \ SgP?; '$·· .·?« : * ^ HSA? 1 - Brand new, fresh flower prints that simply burst into bloom. Perky peplums, organdy ruffles, jabots and collars add to the distinctive charm of these unusual wash frocks. Come see the many appealing styles. *3»- SIZES 3-6 Outstanding values in little girls' panry frocks. Plain, checked or striped vat dye percale with belts, buttons, fancy smocking trims, and contrasting collars and cuffs. Their styling is as attractive as th'at of many higher priced dresses. Specialty Priced as a Greta Star Ecrra Vtflw- SIZES 7-H Choose from twelve lovely styles that she can wear now and. right into summer. · Fresh" neat patterns of vat dye percale that launders beautifully.. Trimmings include fancy buttons, pockets, contrasting collars and bows; Specially fried K » GrWn Star Extra Vol«" m V55?f

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