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August 21, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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1O Aug. 5T, 1952 Maion City r.lotir-Giitltd. Maion' Clljr, J». - Social Calendar THURSDAY VFW Auxiliary-', 7:30, VFW Post Home. Bethlehem Wajther League-' . 7:45, Fellowship Hall. St. Patrick's Unit-- » 8, Mrs. Vern Hoffman, 509 Jack' son N. W. Women of the Moose-; 8, Moose Hall. LOTO-, : 8, IOOF Hall. Building Trades Council-8, Labor Hall. St. Su/.anna's Circle-8, Mrs. Charles Edcl, route 3. .:. FRIDAY Christian Women's Fellowship-9; Group 1, Mrs. J. A. Gashcl, 801 35th N. E,; Group 3, Mrs. S. : W. Hanson, 320 12tb N. W.; 1:30: Group 4, Mrs. Vcrc M. Connelly, 519 ; J5th S. E. Bon Amis Club-. 1, Mrs. II. O. Ilorton, 95-1 5lh * S. E. Our Saviour's Dorcas Circle-- 1:30, Church. --o-Harry Odles Are Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Ocllc of CJcarwator, FJ«., formerly of Mason City, who have arrived for a few weeks visit were honored tit a buffet dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Currlc at their home, 101G 3rd N. W. Guests were members of the Candlelight Club. WttC MEETING (S .HELD'"AT YWCA Women's Relief Corps mot at the YWCA ''.where games wore played during the afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs. Edna Ladwlg, Mrs. VVlllte Bcinlss, Mrs. . G, Moravec, Mrs, Merle McLaughlln, Mrs. Abby Layman, Mrs. Nollio Kennedy and Miss Anna Mouloi On the serving committee were Mrs. Lora .Ter- hufsn, Mrs. L a y m a n , Miss Moule, Mrs. Lela Fcrlcriiun, Mrs. Eva Huff and Miss Lorraine Jensen. Hen Parties, Are Alarming for French I 1 A ll 1 S--French hostesses are taking a l a r m at the invasion of an American social custom -- "hen parties." Slug parties are «o common in Frnni'O that often inoro than half the tables in a restaurant wilt be taken tip by a l l - m a l e groups, but hen parties arc so rare that a table full of American or English women tourists will sometimes attract sUre.s and whispers. Now u French homcmakers' magazine lias .sounded a warning for French women who h a v e ncv,er heard of such a thing as women deliberately 'holding luncheon par- tics without men. The magiiv.ine carefully explains Unit it Ls an A m e r i c a n or English custom to Invite to lunch six or fight women, "usunlly childhood friends or college classmates." The Implication is that such odd customs are beyond Gallic comprehension, but for the French hostess who is novelty-loving or brash enough to imitate, the writer issues a stern w a r n i n g : "Hell hath no fury like that of a French woman Invited to a .hen parly without duu and f a i r warning," "You must never Invite a f r i e n d , no matter how I n t i m a t e , to this sort of luncheon without wanVlng tier that she will only be wltn olhor women. "Otherwise, she might afrive ducked out with her best outfit, with the irilontion*(sccrcl, but''well understood) of c h a r m i n g her two mule neighbors at the table." "If you only o f f e r tho company of two old friends with whom she mode mud pies' in the park or copied Latin verses at school or the convent, she will never forgive you!" cries tho French Emily Post. The article admits that hen parties can bo f u n , but quickly adds "or they can be very annoying." French 1 hostesses are tradition- simple summertime M A R R I E D AT MILFORD--Miss Carol Northey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Northey of Milford, became the bride of David L. Hlrsch of Mason City, son of the late Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert Hirsch, at a ceremony performed in the home of the bride Wednesday evening ___ --. _ *at B o'clock, Dr. Lloyd A. Guslaf- Star-Kist Tuna Get Your FREE RECIPES at Your Grocer's Now! StarKist lrs THE NEW " ally re.spcclful of protocol when ihoy scat guesits at their table, but [he homemakers 1 magazines prod them on with suggestions of the a w f u l consequences if they m a k e a gaff. Foreigners arc especially difficult, they are advised. Say the French writers: An Italian who doesn't care for the place given him at a largo din ncr party will ostentatiously cross his knife and work on his p l a t e , and refuse to open his mouth cither to cat or speak, d u r i n g the whole m e a l . A Spaniard, even more sensitive of his wounded dignity, "will not hesitate to refuse to sit down." But an E n g l i s h m a n , Instead making a scene, will take his lowly [place and wait for a break in tht conversation to sarcastically t h a n k his hostess for treating him like ai I old friend of the f a m i l y , though i' | is Ms first visit. Another typo of luncheon or din jlner, the tete-a-tete, Is enthusiastic (ally endorsed as .something the modern French woman has ovei g r a n d m a , who never had such op :)ortunltics (tho guest, It is airily assumed, will always bo a male). Hut even if he is "only" you uisband, the French social arbite advises f l a t t e r i n g him with an at tractive table anci good menu. She recommends a gaily printec Lrihlcclolh, and no cither ornament other t h a n a bouquet (longer that it is high,) and perhaps plain can diestieks. Arty hostesses who go in for por celain poodles to hide the salt anc pepper, causing luckless guests t [cppcr what they wished to salt got a slap on tho wrist. So do thos' who pay too much a t t e n t i o n ti their, guests' appetites, and m a k i everybody feel they must laki second servings. --o-Over 29.7 billion oggs were laic by hens on U.S. f a r m s during th first five months ot JQ52. StaNu P R O C E S S The Big Mows a r o u n d t o w n 5s STA-NU . . , used by the nation's leading clothing manufacturers fo make new garments look newer than new! The S T A - N U protest restores the original borfy, lustr* and drape Jo all of your clothtt*. ^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Once you see and feel the difference you'll never go back to ordinary dry cleaningl And, remember, IT COSTS YOU NOTHING EXTRA to have your clothes look better . . . feel fresher . . . last longerl CLEANER/-FURRIER/ LAUNDERERS Across From the Posloffice Phone 789 For Pick-Up Service on officiating. Nuptial music was irovided by Mrs. Marjorie Hicdc- nan of Sioux City who played prelude of piano selections and Hie v c d d i n g march before the cere nony. Lowell Norlhey, brother o .ho bride, sang "Because" anc 'The Lord's Prayer." Miss Neva Northey, sister of the )ride, was maid of honor and Rob crt Hirsch, brother of the bride groom, was bestman. The bride wore a gosvri of white embossed organdy and carried a inger bouquet of white roses ,ant stcphanotis. The maid of hono :iad a green embossed- organd gown and carried a finger bouquc :)f gladioli. The bride's mother wa attired in a pink lace dress. A reception followed the cere tnony at. the Northey home. Mrs Kobert Hirsch served the wcddin cake and Miss Margery Burnett o DCS Moines had charge of th guest book and. gifts. The couple left on a wedding tri to Minnesota and vvill be at horn after Sept. 1 at 113 Conneclici: N. K. The bride is a graduate of Tow State Teachers College at Ccda i^alls and has taught a year Jefferson and a year at Wilso school. The bridegroom is a graduat of tho University of Pittsburgh an is in business with his brother a (she Mason City Fur Shoppe. Mason City guests included Mr and Mrs. Uobert Hirsch and daugh Dean Dcnuyle Mr. and Mrs ter Harriet A n n , Virginia M a r t i n , Louis Wolf and family. --o-Corn contains more oil than any other cereal. WOMEN Convention Is 'Reported to Auxiliary i American Legion Auxiliary mem- ers met in the Legion {{all Wed- esday evening when convention eports were given. Mrs. L. n. Topliff, president, resented the checks which the Vuxiliary had won for its record ook and it.s Pan American doll to Irs. John Wolsfeld. The Pan merican doll Is an entry of the unior unit and has been sent to lie national convention. The prizes were turned over to the Auxiliary's oneral and junior funds. The Aux liary also received a superior atiny certificate. Mrs. Willis Remiss gave a n ac- ·ount of the department convention iclcl in Ues Moines, speaking of he opening ceremonies, the talks y II. J. Laird, Oscar Jewell and )udlcy Weibel, the music contests, he ladies in blue who donate their crviccs to hospitals, the election and installation of officers and the nemorlal service. Mrs. If. L. Gore talked on the ast Presidents luncheon which she attended and she and Mrs. Top- iff spoke of a visit made to the Veterans Hospital. Mrs. Topliff described the convention banquet. Committee reports were given ind pjans were made for holding a r u m m a g e sale and a bake sale in he near future. Mrs. Jewell gave .he report of the auditing committee. Golden Wedding Plans Are Made Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pattschull, 2'1 Vermont S. E., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday and with a reception for friends and relatives from 2 to 5 o'clock Sunday in the Congregational Church Parlors. They were married Aug. 20, 1902, in St. James Lutheran Church at Charles City and h a v e lived in Mason City since 1905. They have two sons, Dale anc Lowell. --o-FURNESS-BARROW HANLONTOWN--Word has been received here of the marriage o For School LUSTROUS V£LVE7~;.. A~GL£flr*1 W/77V JEWELS AND RICH A//TVV COLOR... //V TAILORS o STYLES,.. ALL HEAOStZES Dotty flung 104 North Federal 2700 SIZES 4 . 10 ASK RAY SENEY 19 EAST STATE ^ Mr. and Mrs. V Glenn Thoen of Norlhwood an- » nounce the en, g a genie nt "and ' approaching . , marriage of their . daughter, Donna ' Jean, to Roger Stoltenbcrg, son of Herman Stoltenberg, 2205 21st S.W. The ' wedding will be Sept. 28 at the First Lutheran Church at North wood. Kirk photo Queen Lodge Has Charter Ceremonies Ceremonies draping, the charter vere held at the meeting of Queen lebekah Lodge Wednesday eve- ing in the IOOF Hall, honoring he memory or Mrs. D. J. Perdue and A. A. Briggs. Taking .part were Mrs. . Jrwin lepp, Mrs. Way man Closson, Miss Mary Lou Bird and Airs. Maynard Fessenden. Mrs. Claude Whitney vas accompanist. . Mrs. Kirby Paybe, noble grand, presided, and Mrs. Howard Hay-, ion, vice grand, announced two mmediate projects for her special 'und committee, a rummage sale and a men's dinner. A donation was voted to the canned goods fund of the IOOF iComes. Rebekah Circle was an- lounced for Sept. 2 and the Past Voble Grands for Sept. 4. Mrs. Maude Maxson invited th» Oddfellows and Kebekahs- to a reception Sept. 7, honoring Mrs. Jack Farrer, president, and Mrs. Ai Doercks, secretary of the Department Association LAPM. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED AT OSAGE OSAGE--A marriage license has been issued to Charles Voves and Mrs. Edna DeRousse, both of Waterloo. Irnest Furness, eldest »on of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Furness of Vancouver, Wash., formerly of Han- lontown, and Mary Lou Barrow o Cherryville, Ore. He is in th Navy. SO EASY FOR MOTHERS TO GIVE 1 TRADEHOME SPECIAL SALE! FOR THAT SPRING-/ FEELING at SIZES 4 TO 9 THEY'RE CUTE! THEY'RE COMFORTABLE! YOU'LL LOVE THEM! A--BLACK OR BROWN B--BLACK Lowest Pricis for QUALITY FOOTWEAR OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P. M. 18 South Federal Phone 612 Mason CFty, Iowa Sho'Jl surely be a scene stcaler in this little back-buttoned dirndl jumper, and what could be a more perfect companion than the simple tailored white shirt underneath it? No. 2700 is cut in sizes A, 6, 8 and 10. Size 8, jumper (with bias waistband, 2Vfe yds. 39 in. Short sleeve blouse, H4 yds. 35-in. Send 25c for pattern with name, address, stylo number and size. Address Pattern Rureau, Globe- Gazette, Box -12, OU| Chelsea Station, New York 11, N.Y. Patterns ready to fill orders immediately. For special handling of order via first class m a i l include an extra 5c per pattern. The Fall-Winter Fashion Book, just ont and beautifully illustrated in color! Presenting fall fashions at their smartest. Over ono hundred practical, casy-to-make pattern designs, for every age and type of figure. Be an early bird, order your copy now. Price just 25 cents. WOOL JERSEY BLOUSES in an unending array of shades and styles. Also a complete assortment of nylons . , . cottons and orlons. ihey're designed expressly to put you in the best-dressed student category! Come in, see our back-to-school togs--· They're smart . . . colorful . . . terrific! a SKIRTS tailored fo beautiful slim line . plain or belled styles. Fancy tweeds . . . plaids or solids. from 5.98 BLUE JEANS of 8 oz. Sanforized blue denim. Western style with moderately tapered legs. 3.98 Back-to-School MILLINERY from 2.98 ' CASHMERE SWEATERS by Bobbie Brooks Perfect for all campus wear. Grand shades and styles. CARDIGAN, long sleeve 22.50 SLIP-OVER, long sleeve SLIP-OVER, short sleeve CARDIGAN, Dolman sleeve TURTLE NECK, short sleeve 19.50 16.50 .23.50 .22.50

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