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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1934
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MARCH 6 I 11934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Hats Slide Back a Bit for Spring Off-the-Face Is Latest Verdict of Milliners for Milady. In the showing o£ autumn, 1933 here and there one caught a glimpse of an off-face hat . . . sometimes becoming, sometimes almost an atrocity. The fashion caused much comment. Would they become popular? Were they easy to wear? Why were they not more flatter- Ing? All these queries have been cleared up with the new showings. The off-face is definitely in the picture, but it is a new off-face hat. Milliners have taken definite steps to amend their original ideas and CALLS ALL-BRAN NATIONAL NATURAL LAXATIVE Delicious Cereal Checked His Constipation Here is an unsolicited letter from Mr. Daniels: "For many years I hare been habitually constipated, and have used all sorts of laxatives. So, in fairness to Kellogg's ALL-BRAN, I heartily claim it to be a most wonderful remedy for constipation. "Need I tell you that I nave long since ceased using laxatives? Kellogg's ALL-BRAN is the National Natural Laxative. If it were used by every family in the United States for breakfast, vre would have a much healthier race of people."--Mr. John Daniels, 1090 Third St., North Bergen, N. J. Tests show Kellogg's ALL-BRAN furnishes "bulk" to exercise the intestines and vitamin B to help tone the intestinal tract. ALL-BRAN also supplies iron for the Wood. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is mnch like that in leafy vegetables. Isn't this food much pleasanter than risking pills and drugs? Two tablespoonfuls daily are usually sufficient. If not relieved this way, see your doctor. Get the red-and-green package »t your grocer's. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE to present an off-face silhouet which has been so adjusted as to be becoming and acceptable to women of all types and ages. First to be considered is the hat that started this upward movement --the baby bonnet It is reminiscent of the diadem head dress which was so popular for winter formalities. It has an upward brim that frames the face in a delightfully naive fashion. There is also the poke bonnet, another version of the same type. In which the brim becomes larger at top and aides. These axe definitely hats t» be worn with afternoon clothes, or when you dine informally. And sensitive designers pray that only those with fresh, naive faces attempt to wear them! Rolling Brim*. It is Interesting to see the number of rolled brims which have entered the world. There are some very wide brims that roll up suddenly like a curate's hat. 'Then there are others that take you back to the days when you were a child and wore little upturned sailors. If brims turned up all the way around are not becoming, there are just as many that roll up on one side exposing much hair, but turn down and hug the cheek on the other side, creating a very wearable effect. There is a very evident silhouet sympathy between hats and coats this season. The windblown silhouet that became front page news after Schiaparelli launched it has become an important tendency in millinery. There are any number of hats that turn back sharply and stress movement toward the back. There are even a few windblown crowns where the movement takes a forward direction. If you cling to the good old classics which never, never go out of style, there are plenty of them to be seen at all good milliners. Every smart woman always manages to keep one of these very satisfactory hats in her closet. Berets Forever. Berets, bless them, are forever with us, and no matter in what guise they appear they are always sure of a welcome. The Schiaparelli beret is the one which is attracting attention. It is an about face from the berets which were pulled down over one eye last season. These new AGAIN SEASON Wo n «Ue to »!»« Milady the largest assortment of Fur Jackets Latat Style* and Shades In the better quality Fun. At the lowent possible prtc*fl to select from BENOWITZ BROTHERS FUR SHOP 221 No. Federal Ave. f A Select Group! Better Type DRESSES New Spring Creations! SPECIAL! Tomorrow Smart dresses that are decidedly out of the ordinary! Fashions inspired by latest Parisian creations--charming jackets--individual sleeves and necklines --clever windblown treatments! Gorgeous Spring shades! Marvelous Navys! E x q u i s i t e sheers! Quality and workmanship that you will appreciate at this price! 3 South Federal Ave. LINGERIE TOUCHES WHITE frills find a place in the new spring wardrobe, giving a feminine note to the severest black or blue of your frock. ones, quite full, and rather like the artist's tarn, are draped to the side and back. They are new, Smart and fun to wear. With so much news of silhouet, fabrics have taken rather a back seat. Straws are inconspicuous, being mostly smooth. There are many straw cloths which seem destined for a .prominent part in the spring picture. Felts are coming back and this will be big news for the women who love to wear them all year round. They are being seen in many colors and are decidedly smart. Trimmings are few and far between on smarter hats. There is so much interest in line, that there is little need of further embellishment. With the exception of a gay little feather seen here and there, there are almost no trimmings. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MBS. ALEXANDER GEORGE BAKED APPLE SUGGESTIONS To give variety to baked apples, stuff centers with dates, figs, raisins, nuts, cocoanut, peanut butter, prunes or marshmallows. A bit of jelly or jam added the last five minutes of baking gives delicious flavor. Dinner Serving Sir (Leftovers Can Be Used) The Menu Tomato Juice Cocktail Chicken Henri Boiled Rice Hot Rolls Plum Jelly Asparagus Salad Bettina Salad Dressing Sponge Cake Coffee Tomato Juice Cocktail, Serving Six (Serve Chilled) 3 cups tomato juice 1 tablespoon sugar 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon catsup 1 teaspoon horseradish 1 teaspoon onion juice J ,i teaspoon paprika % teaspoon celery salt Mix ingredients in bottle. Cover and shake 2 minutes. Chill. Shake and serve in glass cups. Chicken Henri, Serving Six 4 tablespoons butter 4 tablespoons flour l^i cups milk % cup cream % teaspoon salt ii teaspoon paprika 1 tablespoon chopped pimientos 1-3 cup grated cheese 2 cups diced, cooked chicken 1 cup crumbs 3 tablespoons butter, melted % cup cooked mushrooms Melt 4 tablespoons of butter and add flour. Blend and add milk and cream. Cook until creamy sauce forms. Stir constantly. Add seasoning, chicken, cheese and mushrooms. Blend and pour into buttered shallow baking dish. Sprinkle with crumbs mixed with melted butter. Bake 20 minutes in moderate oven. Serve in dish in which baked. Bettina Salad Dressing (For Vegetable Salads) ij. cup boiled salad dressing 2 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons French dressing 1 tablespoon catsup 1 tablespoon chili sauce 1 teaspoon pickle relish Mix ingredients which have been chilled. Serve immediately. Emma. Skoda Hostess. PROTIVIN--Miss Emma Skoda entertained the Ladies Aid club. The afternoon was spent playing 500. High prizes went to Mrs. Adolph Kalishek. Hostesses at Luncheon. MITCHELL--Mrs. L. R. Dockerty and Miss Amanda Cordes were hostesses to a group of women at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of the former. Bridge was played at five tables. Very Young Child Gets Attention Stylists Predict Trends for Juvenile Member of Family. The dandelions, violets and other gay flowers that poke their heads from their grassy winter bed to let us know that spring is here are going to have plenty of competition this year. Gy, lively competition from children with fond mothers, for the new things for the youngest set are guaranteed to splash bright color in every kindergarten and schoolroom throughout the country. , They are snappy, cheery Scotch plaids for little brother and sister --practical, sturdy little clothes with a flippant^nd dashing continental air about them. You'll find three different patterns beig worn by smart young fashionables--the Red Frazier, the Stuart, and the Prince of Wales plaid--all colorfully correct in smart brother and sister costumes. They've small sweat- era and matching kilts and tiny trousers for the big little man--and the costume la topped with cocky little black velvet glengarry caps. Twins Will B* Smart. Brother and lister costumes are going to be smarter than ever before this spring--and the new plaids follow the same lines. Matching wool plaid sweaters may be worn with other bright colors. Charming alternatives of white Swiss, broadcloth, and linen blouses are also going to be worn as well as plain colored sweaters and two tone combination sweaters with matching or contrasting combination skirts and trousers. If you wish to be strictly patriotic you'll find the newest stripes in printed cotton for brother and sister--navy blue and white stripes trimmed with bright red around the yoke and tiny puffed sleeves of the little girl'a frock, and the blouse that tops the navy blue one color trousers. Other equally decorative and practical wash outfits of bright stripes, check* and polka dot materials follow the general theme of gay color in children's thlogg for spring. Colored Linen*. There are high colored linens In sea green, dutch blue and orangey rust trimmed with exquisite handwork--marvelous white linens trimmed in blue, green and brown-orange linens trimmed with everything in the gay colorful mode of spring. In socks there are stripes, checks, dots and plain colors to match the gay colored costumes. We know that brother and slater strolling forth in the latest fashions in their gay frocks and suits with bright socks to match topping sturdy little black, brown or white oxfords will be our sign this year that spring has come. ,j. Given Farewell Party. CRYSTAL LAKE -- A farewell party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lindsay and family who will move soon to Webster City. About 30 persons attended. Five hundred was played. Famous GOTM COLD STRIPE Stockings art 95* I 1 . 1 'I? ·^ OitaltttJ)U trt SmtLtf dcM ^kaJfS ^ ABCL ft SON INC. *f KUMK* IIVIM vmjtB rmui Why Liquid Laxatives are Back in Favor The public is fast returning to the use of liquid laxatives. People have learned that the right dose of a properly prepared liquid laxative -Rill bring a perfect movement without any discomfort at the time, or after. The dose of a liquid laxative can be varied to suit the needs of the individual. The action can thus be regulated. A child is easily given the right dose. And mild liquid laxatives do not irritate the kidneys. Doctors are generally agreed that senna is a natural laxative. It does not drain the system like the cathartics that leave you so thirsty. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a liquid laxative which relies on senna for its laxative action. It gently helps the average person's bowels back to regularity. You can always get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin at any drug store, ready for use. Member N. R. A. FIELD FLOWERS JAAISIES won't tell, particularly if they're part of the design of your new spring frock. This gown is as gay as a country garden and smartly styled. ·26 Attend Party. BRISTOW--Mesdames Charles L. Yost and Charles Hunt entertained a group of 26 friends at the Yost home Friday night at cards. New Project Started for Friendship Postcards to Be Sent to Promote World Peace Among Children. Friendship messages and friendship cards are the newest projects of tie committee on World Fellowship Among Children which in the past promoted the doll messengers of friendship to Japan, the friendship school bags to Mexico, the friendship treasure chests to the Philippine* and to Puerto Rico and the friendship folios to China. Boys and girls in public and private schools, in church schools and in junior societies and organizations are being invited to participate in the 1931 project and the Mason City work will be carried on by Mrs. W. H. Spence who had charge of the work in other years. Colored Picture*. The friendship cards are colored pictures of ocean travel, the Washington monument, the statue of liberty, the memorial peace bridge and the peace palace. Each card carries an explanation of the picture in French, Dutch and English. The cards are sold in sets and may he mailed at any time. The pupils of the grade classes of the experimental school of girls in Nanking sent the following letter upon receiving their folio in the friendship project last year: "Dear Young-American friends: "We are the grade pupils of the Experimental school of Girls' Middle School. Our school is located at Nanking, capital of the Republic of China. "We always take a friendly attl- Ingredienu of Vicki VapcRub In Convenient C*ndy Form VICKS COUGH DROP tude toward the young people of other nations. We would like very much to correspond with you in order that we may have a better understanding of each other. Pleaocd With Gift. "While we were engaged in this thought, we were surprised to receive a lot of pictures from you Young-American Friends. Our great joy in accepting your gift cannot be expressed in words, and we thank you very much. "All the pictures are very beautiful. We especially like the ones of General George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, whom we have admired so much from what we have read about these two great men of your country. These pictures which you sent to us have been exhibited in our school auditorium, so that everyone could see them. We all like to go in and take a look at them and come out with a smile. "In returning your kindness, we are also sending you, herewith, some pictures of our country--various scenes, school children's activities and the war in 1932 when our army gallantly defended Shanghai against the Japanese invasion. We feed sure you will be interested in these pictures and we hope they will help you understand China better." __«_ Three Celebrate Birthdays. FLOYD--Mrs. Ray Brown sponsored a birthday party for Lois Wulff, Lois Clapp and Chadycane Brown at the Brown home Friday afternoon, the occasion being their tenth birthday anniversaries. Every Wednesday 10:00 P. M. EASTER--- Comes on April 1st this year you know. So while you're planning your Spring ensemble . . . don't forget JEWELRY. Come and see this fascinating new Jewelry! There are colors and designs to match every type of costume. W. H. POTTS, Jeweler :'s New In F U R N I T U R E I °= Buy Now--We Will Deliver When You Are Ready Spring Bride Home Outfit Chapmans for 41 Years Have Been Outfit Headquarters for the New Bride 4 Easy Time Payments The New Lustre RUGS For Spring are here 9x12 "American Oriental Styled" with the rich sheen Here's Happiness! If You. Are a Home Loving Person · *1 CARPET BY THE YARD The Jfcw Spring Colors ,85 + $Cj.75 Caxpet Your Rooms-Halls and Stairs Is the backbone of our American home. Today you can get style--fine quality at unusual low prices. A fine mohair davenport and chair covered all over with 100% Angora Mohair-reverse cushions--guaranteed construction. $ 98 .00 EASY PAYMENTS AT NO EXTRA COST Dress up the Home for Spring with a New Piece Here and There Visitors Always Welcomv 41 Years ol Progress The n«w BABY CARRIAGES from ''Uoyds" are here 19-21 First St. S.E. CHAPMANS Mason City Iowa

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