Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 8
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 22 1934 MISS VIRGINIA HILLE ' HOSTESS AT DINNER Miss Virginia Hille entertained her bridge club at dinner Wednesday evening" at the Ford-Hopkins tearoom. Bridge was played at two tables with high score prize going to Mias Hille. Present at the affair were the Misses Kathleen Glass, Alice Sheffler, Barbara Walker, Betty Green, Mary Taylor and Ruth Hille, Mason City, and Caroline Bigg, Clear Lake. MISS MARGARET KELLY HONORED AT FAREWELL Miss Margaret Kelly, 824 Madison avenue northwest, was honored at a farewell dinner party given Wednesday evening at her home. Guests Included the Misses Genevieve Slagel, Loretta Longley, Anna Stevens and Vera Mullaney. Miss Kelly is leaving soon for St. Petersburg, Fla. rFORR-SAGEN WHEELERVVOOD, Feb. 22.-Miss Mildred Sagen of Fertile and 'Fred Pfprr of Wheelerwood were married Feb. 21 at the bride's parent's home at Fertile. They were attended by Miss Florence Pforr and Robert Shook, sister and brother-in- law of the bridegroom. They will live with the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pforr. The bridegroom hag been farming with his father the past few years. Month-End SALE TKYKRESGE'S FIRST! The Store of Greater Values Full Fashioned Pure Silk Always the Best Shades Pair 59c Pair Choice of a lovely sheer chiffon or an attractive service weight. We carry only First Quality Hosiery. 27 x 9O Hall Runners 'Serviceable two tone runners In mulberry, taupe, green or blue. They serve nicely in bedrooms, halls, dens--r-in fact, most everywhere. Almost 17 square feet' of floor covering for one dollar.. Rayon Taffeta SLIPS 59 True Bias Cut Choice of Bodice' or California Tops Lace Trim A moat popnlif Blip because of the fine soft rayon taCfetK »nd the comfortable cut and fit. A qnility Blip at the usual Kreege Saving. Brassieres . 25c 25c and $1.00 STORE KRESGE'S 9 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. 25c and $1.00 STORE OUTLOOK BETTER IN PRESENT YEAR President of Railroad Sends Statement With Annual Balance Sheet. . ST. PAUL, Feb. 22. UP)--Fred W. Sargent, president of the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha railroad predicted a better outlook for 1934 in a letter to stockholders today accompanying the annual statement of income and balance sheet. The statement showed net income of $1,537,543 and a net deficit after fixed charges of 51,060,225. "Although the first four months of the year 1933 produced a cumulative decrease in freight revenue of more than 5700,000,'" Mr. Sargent said in his letter, "as compared with the same period of 1932, this loss was overcome during succeeding months, with a net gain for the year of over 5200,000. "In view of the economies now in effect an Increase in the volume of business to the 1931 level should permit the company to cover its fixed charges with a margin to spare." Mr. Sargent attributed gains to increased movement o£ grain and forest products. Men in Charge. BRISTOW--The men will take entire charge of the 'P. T. A. on Thursday night of this week. Program will be given by the men after which they will serve the lunch. Are Parents of Son. CLARKSVILLE--A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hirsch, Feb. 18, named Eldon, Jr. NEW SENSATION IN PERMANENT WAVING "Uses Egyptian oil, steamed in oil, no ammonia solution of chemical oil. Get a copy of the Des Moines Register of Feb. 20 and read the article by Elsie Pierce in the society columns, "New Wave Enters Beauty World; Hair Hazards Flee." The Le Moderne Beauty Studio has the only Egyptian Oil waving machine in Mason City. You will like the new Butler hair drying system that has been installed for the comfort of patrons of the Le Moderne Beauty Studio-no discomfort from heat, noise or motor, no grease smell. The single drying unit has had its day, the Le Moderne has passed it on and replaced it with one of the finest dry- Ing systems In the state . . the new Butler. Come in and see what the Le Moderne has to offer you in Beauty work. Their equipment Is of the latest, they give you quality work in the shortest length of time, at no extra cost. Customers are coming from Albert Lea, Algona, · Fort Dodge, Iowa Falls and as far east as Strawberry Point. When you make your appointment by local or long distance phone, you do not have to wait. There are efficient, state licensed operators to take care of you and recommend the type of wave best suited to you. The Le Moderne is an exclusive Beauty Studio, all the time of the personnel is devoted to beauty culture, there is no other typo of business in connection with the Le Mod- erne. Phone 3011--Le Moderns Beauty Studio, 212 N. Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Quality Work . . Comfort . . . Quick Service.--Adv The Story of a Man Who Avoided Love When Viola told him her husband had deserted her, Turner saw red. The husband had ordered her aboard u steamer bound for England. He had remained in India. She had not a friend or relative in the world to turn to. What was he, Turner, a confirmed bachelor, to do ? He had just met this helpless child-wife! A fascinating- love story that you will not forget is unfolded in STORM DRIFT By ETHEL M. DELL Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 27, in THE GLOBE-GAZETTE Smart Style Oxfords for Spring Blue--Grey--Black Just the best looking- and. the best feeling footwear for folks who walk and stay young. Fine, soft leathers, built and shaped to give real comfort and styled to please women who derive pleasure in weaving the correct footwear for the season. Priced $6.00 and §6.50. Many styles ready now in the new blues and greys. Better buy them early. 4- + + Nichols Green "Where the Good Shoes Come From"- ZASU POSES WITH HUBBY Xasn Pitts, screen comedienne, is one woman who ciin keep a secret. Zasu wus married last Oct. 8 to Edward Woodnll, well known tennis itluycv, but the newfi of the wedding didn't conic out until just recently when they started on n delayed honeymoon. Tins stnr und her hubby are shown in Hollywood. Tips on Contract HIDDEN HOLES ISy TOM O'NEJL There comes from the Marine and Field club, Brooklyn, n hand wliich was the cause of a wordy argument between partners, of whom one opened with a suit bid of two and the other let the bidding die so that a slam contract could not be reached. The declarer took all the tricks l)y a pseudo-squeeze, which illustrates that it is a good thing to have the weaker hand dummy, instead of the strong hand, so that holes cannot be detected by the opposition. Here was the hand: HELPING THE HOMEMAKER W E S T + K J 3 110 a + Q 9 Z * 10 7 63 2. SOUTH 4 8 9 3 1 4 A S (OEAL£fiy W A K J 7 6 5 4 4 A K S * A By MRS. ALEXANDEll GEORGE DIINXEK SERVING TU'O Broiled Chopped Beef Cakes Hashed Browned Potatoes Escalloped Onions Bread Grape Jclly Fruit Gelatin Salad Salad Dressing Date Spice Cookies Coffee THE IlECIFES Hashed Browned Potatoes Three tablespoons bacon fat, 2 cups diced cooked potatoes, 'i teaspoon salt, i teaspoon paprika, v teaspoon chopped onions, 1 tablespoon cream. Heat fat in frying pan. Add and quickly brown potatoes. Stir fre- I quently. Add remaining ingredients. Cover and cook one minute. Fruit Gelatin Salad One-half package lemon-flavored gelatin mixture, 1 cup boiling water, Vi cup seeded grapes, *,· cup diced canned pineapple, \' 2 cup diced peaches, 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Pour water over gelatin mixture, stir until dissolved. Cool. Add rest of ingredients, pour into glass mold, chill until stiff. Unmold on lettuce. Top with salad dressing. Date Spice Cookies (Two Dozen) Two-third cup fat, 1V = cups sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, \» teaspoon cloves, Vi teaspoon nutmeg, Vt teaspoon salt, 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons cream, 2-3 cup chopped dates, \'z cup nuts, 3 1-3 cups flour, 1 teaspoon soda. Cream fat and sugar. Add spices, eggs and cream. Beat 2 minutes. Add rest of ingredients. Chill dough, break off bits and flatten down 3 inches apart on greased baking sheets. Bake 12 minutes in moderate oven. The jars used to hold commercial salad dressing, when emptied make excellent containers for staples for the pantry shelves. Those jars having screw tops ran be used for the salad and sandwich mixtures for picnics. ileiurn From DCS Moines. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Eleanor Yen- erich, Floyd county president, and Mrs. J. D. Gulick, local unit president of the American Legion aux- liary, returned from Des Moines Tuesday where they attended the annual state conference of presidents and secretaries. Leave for Kenoslm. THOMPSON--Forest Norem and Norman Heitland left Wednesday by auto for Kenosha, Wis., where Mr. Norcm will attend to business. They expect to be there several days. FEWER COLDS NEW AID IN PREVENTING COLDS A Spring Classic... Yet Always NEW is the inspiration for "knock-out" a r r i v a These shoes know how to be practical and yet be utterly iemi- nine with perforations, stitchings and bows. Navy Blue, a color to build your Easter "footwork" on .. . and a price to build economy on. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. CHEfRFUl SfKV/Cf STORf Two for the Price of One! THIS OFFER IS GOOD FOR THE REMAINDER OF FEBRUARY ON PERMANENTS OF §5 AND UP This Advertisement is Good for ijl on Pernmnents Below 53 Myers Beauty Studio PHONE 919 7 SOUTH DELAWARE South started with an offer of two hearts: The opposition naturally passed. North bid two no trump. South offered three hearts. Much to South's indignation, North passed, the alibi being that he had an erroneous idea there was a part score. "Just for that," remarked South, "I'll take all the tricks." West opened the club three, which was covered by North's jack, West's queen and South's ace. Of course, now the hand Is a laydbwn for 12 tricks of the dummy should he entered via the heart qireen, a spade discarded on the club ace and a diamond trick lost. South, however, saw a way that might give him all the tricks. He led over to the heart queen and at the risk of inability to re-enter North's hand returned to his own via heart. He played the ace of spades aud then ran the rest of the trumps. West had to find live discards on the run of hearts, choosing from four clubs to the ten spot, three diamonds to the queen and two spades to the king. The spade knave was one discard. He felt he had to keep king because South might bq trying to make a low spade. Three clubs were natural cards to flhcd, but West feared the ten must be protected. For his f i f t h discard, therefore, he let go a diamond. That was all the declarer wanted. He led the ace and king of diamonds, the queen dropping, and then the North hand was entered with a diamond to take the last tricks with a diamond and the king of clubs. It was a hard guess for West what to hold, but had the contract been seven no trump with North playing the hand nnd the powerful South cards exposed the pseudo-squeeze never would have been effective, since the diamond situation would have been obvious. The right gambling contract was seven hearts despite the lure of the 150 count for four aces at no trump contract. Opposite a sound opening suit bid of two a bid of three no trump by North might have been justified. In that case South would bid four hearts and North could offer five hearts to show support for a strong trump suit. Then South could have bid six hearts in sflfety and scvvi on a chance, since the raise in trumps would show that the hearts were not bunched against him and the three no t r u m p over two hearts would show thnt North hold approximately a quick trick plus. J»ISAts"fi E EAIK IN 24-48 HOURS tirnplai diBiippcar in 24-18 hours ivttli Puntcx. a physician's scientific fortiiuln. You will be pleased nt the tt-umlerful results. Money buck \t not satisfied. Ask your druggist. Fink's Smart Apparel SAMPLE SPRING Silk Dresses! We were very fortunate tn make this purchase of sample dresses at such low prices and are passing the savings on to you. Sunday Nites . . . Prints . . . Jacket Models . . . Navy Sheers . . . Print Trims . . . New Colors at this one price of $5.00. FINK'S SMART APPAREL EUREKA! We've Found Them! 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