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

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 9 1938 HORTICULTURE EXPERT TO ADDRESS OUTDOOR LIFE GROUP MARRIAGE UCENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES HAMPTON--Marriage licenses were Issued to Eric Kjelland, 34, Dows, and Florence Bobst, 26, Alex ander; Eaxl Edward Adams, 24 Ackley, and Mary Abbas, 22, Ack ley. IMELY; TIPS Y OUR CULINARY EFFORTS--Will look as good as they taste if you use the perfectly grand lOven Bake dishes the Iowa Tea Comp a n y is featuring. They are heaven sent, for they are attractive enough to use on your table as a serving dish. Oven baked dishes are delicious and look so tempting when served sizzling hot with their golden brown crusts undisturbed. This baking ·ware comes gaily painted with flowers and designs. In casseroles with plates. Also mixing bowls and large teapots at an unusually low price of 51-00. ' A PERFECT FIT--Is every man's, dream of a suit. That's why Hart, Schaffner Marx suits from Gildner's are the solution to that problem. They fit because they tailored perfectly --the needlework is soft and resilient--there's give' to the contours of your body, and the collar hugs y o u r n e c k . I n short, these suits a'r e practically perfect. For early Spring wear see these suits in the new chalk stripes on blue or gray--30 very smart this Season. .There are 'single and double breasted styles 7 in 'all sizes and fabrics for every one of you men. A L E O P A R D CAN'T CHANGE ITS SPOTS-Nor can you go astray buying- one of the smart leopard coats I saw at the Mason City Fur Shoppe. It's a comfort t o know that you can buy. these with confidence --that you can depend on the fine quality of the furs from this shop. Their coats are particularly fetching. I was agog over the many stunning styles and the great variety of beautiful furs they're showing. So if leopard isn't your meat, there's plenty others to chose from, all specially priced for clearance. . T CAN SAY IT HONEST- I LY--The General Electric Refrigerator is not only the best looking box on the market today, but the most convenient. We got one at our house f o r C h r istmas-- and do we love the interior l i g h t t h a t flashes on when the door opens-the ample ice cubes--the revolving shelf and the three drawers for keeping vegetables, eggs and fruits so fresh and crisp. It's so easily cleaned and a joy to every member of the family. See it at the People's Gas Electric Co. S HE WILL WEAR THEM ALL, HER LIFE--Her wedding a n d engagement rings--so they should be c h o s e n w i t h t h o ught and care, a n d should be t h e very best that money can buy. If you're about to "pop" the question, be sure to visit the W. H. Potts Jewelry Store. It's the Home of perfect diamonds. Their diamond rings are so perfect, so beautifully matched, for prices that are right, you'll be glad you went there. B ETTER GET BUSY-Right now if you want a smart, colorful new Spring knit dress or suit Knitted things are smarter than ever, and well dressed women just refuse to be without one. I saw the new arrivals at D. K. Lundberg's a n d they are everything you'd ask for in comfort, color and style. Every type from cool, lacy boucles in one or two-piece models to more tailored creations in the new tweedy cottons. Some are even accented with silk scarfs and belts. 510.95 to $29.95. Shown in the softest and most delicate colorings as well as navy and black. "See These Tomorrow." K NOCK 'EM COLD--Now believe it or not, men admire pretty feet. So why don't you "gals" taka heed? Now I found the most beautiful-est selection of shoes at the B. B. Shoe Company. You'd really better get d o w n there and see for yourselves. Try them on. Their shoes fit like dreams--I swear by them, and I know you'll be glad that I'm giving you this "blurb." You won't believe that it's the same pair of feet--they'll look so smart and attractive. Shoes from §3.95 to 55.00. G ET A JUMP ON SPRING --By ordering some lovely Spring flowers from Johnston's Flower Shop. I saw the loveliest blooming plants there -- tulips, jonquils and hyacinths -- primroses, cinerarias a n d daffodils. These exquisite, fragrant blooms will bring Spring right into your home --they'll cheer you up no end. Remember too that Johnston's will arrange the grandest bouquets of cut flowers too. Just ask Mr. Johnston to fix up some'- thing Springlike for you and it will be all of that. W HY DON'T. YOU DO-As all the other smart women are doing? Send it to a' laundry. The Lyons Laundry Dry Cleaning Co., to be exact. They are offering special w a s h d a y services, relieving you a n d your family of wa s h d a y confus i o n in your some. They specialize in clean linen and save you hours of time for leisure and dollars as well. Be Laundry Conscious-save money on electricity-soap--starch 'and cosmetics. It's more satisfactory and economical than any home washing. p O L D W E A T H E R V-' MAKES -- The furrier and cough drop manufacturer cheer, but it fills most women with fear, for the effects it has on their skins. T o a v o i d chapped a n d r o u g h ened faces, t h e y hibernate during this lethargic state. They take a. minimum amount of exercise and eat rich foods-which never did anything to improve one's looks. Cold, winter air is really a help to glowing skins if you protect them with 4 Purpose Cream --V: pound jar for 39c at the Michael Drug Company. 9 Cups Will Be Given in Hobby Show New Divisions Added to Classification of April Project. Nine cups win be given during the girls' hobby show which will be held April 1 to 4 at the Y. W. A. There will be a cup awarded to the girl in the senior division earning the number of points and a cup to the girl in the junior division with the greatest cumber of points. In the nature division the-Izaak Walton league has offered a cup. The Cosmopolitan club will present an award to the girl turning in the iest scrap book on peoples of all lations. The Tusalata club is again iffering a cup for the person re- eiving the highest number of lOints in arts and drawing. Last .-ear this division was outstanding and one of the hardest to judge. Patriotic Scrapbook. The girl entering the best pa- riotic scrapbook will receive a cup rom the American Legion auxil- ary. The T. N. T. club's award ·ill be given for the most'points in he divisions of needlecraft and oods. This includes knitting, sew- ng, cooking and recipe books, 'here are nearly 40 possible entries i these divisions. The Matinee Musicale club is of- ering prizes in the music division nd the special rules applying to his division may be had at the Y. V. C. A. Religious Study. Mrs. C. E. Oilman is offering an ward in the division of religious tudy. This division was outlined and submitted by Mrs. W. H. Spence nd includes a study of Mason City hurches, "My Church." "Why I Go o Sunday School," "Famous lurches," and "Bible Verses J Have Memorized," The president's cup, a new ward this year, is being given by he president of the Kiwanis club. A group which will be included in he girl's hobby show although it ras not listed in the classification st is the family hobby. This will nclude any hobbies which the fam- y has enjoyed together and is be- ng included in the show at the uggestion of Mrs. George Andrick. --.;. 3OUPLES LICENSED 'O WED AT ALGONA ALGONA--Marriage licenses issued in Kossuth county the past week were to Divert 0. Rippentrop, r., legal, Lakota, and Adah Tel- amp, legal, Lakota; Theodore vleier, legal, Whittemore, and Elreda Gada, legal, Whittemore; Mercer B. Richter, legal, Algona nd Florence A. Walsh, legal, Alona. JayE.Houiahan,M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office 773 Phones Res. 1131 426-28 FORESTERS' BLPtj. FOR CROWING DAUGHTERS GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY Attractive Frock in Princess Style Has Shirtwaist Collar; Puffed Sleeves; Easy to Make. An adorable pink grosgrrain rib' bon bow accents the shirt collar of this darling little blue chambray princess dress. It may have brief puffed sleeves or long sleeves, slight, Jy full toward' the wrist and cuffed. No waist seams to join, makes it very quickly fashioned. This cute dress is lovely in any of the cottons of the gingham type, quaint and smart calico prints, challis prints, linens or in plain or printed tub silks. Style No. 2669 is designed for sizes 6, 8, 10 and 12 years. Size 8 requires 2% yards of 35-Inch material with % yard of 3-inch ribbon for bow. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. New spring fashion book costs 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. March Lucky Month for Mrs. Armentrout in Contest Winning March may come in like a lion or most people, but it comes in /ith a lot of luck for Mrs. Roy Armentrout, 516 Delaware avenue ortheast. Mrs. Armentrout has just been amed among the winners in an es- ay contest sponsored by the Ford VTotor company and just a year ago his time she won an R. C. A. Victor adio in another contest. Her prize in the Ford contest is 25 and her essay subject was "Why lie Ford Dealer's Is a Safe Place .o Buy : a. Used, Car." . DKIM DINNER* SERVED SUNDAY Members of the Jewish Sister- .ood and Senior Hadassah sponsored _ Purim dinner Sunday at the Jewsh community center. The commit- ;ee in charge included Mrs. William Garfin, chairman; Mrs. Abe Mason, Mrs. Nate Lapiner, Mrs. Harry Zeb- cer, Mrs. Ben Fink, Mrs. Sam Garin, Jr., Mrs. B. Efrom, Mrs. L. H. Wolf, Mrs. Marvin Chapman, Mrs. oe Goss, Mrs. J. Cohen, Mrs. 0. haffer, Mrs. Sam Kaufman and Mrs. M. Zimmerman. The meal was erved in buffet style and was fol- owed by dancing. Special This Week Only? SHAMPOO and FINGERWAVE and r n any color RINSE, all for OUC Get your Easter permanent early! *··! Qr Be sure it's a Duart «P 1 «3D $2.95 $3.15 $4.75 including soft water shampoo and fingerwave. No guesswork--a test curl taken on every head! Jefferson Beauty Shop Mynnle Bruner - Rachel Thiel Jefferson Bus Depot Phone 267 WE FEATURE A PERMANENT ESPECIALLY FOR "BABY FINE" HAIR We Guarantee All our Work! It's A Good Thing LYONS ^QIL. LYONS rft iiiiiiiiiiii«iir^^g^BH5CTnB Washed that Shirt! Cornell Releases Volume of Light Verse by lowans MOUNT · VERNON--"Heyday in loway," containing 44 poems in a light vein by 33 Iowa writers, has just been released on the Cornell college campus, the fourth in a series of Iowa chap books edited by Prof. Clyde Tull, head of the English department. inclosed in a lively cover of antique green and golden yellow depicting cornhusks, and a farm swain a frisky cow, and his sweetheart, designed by Bruce Beck of Harvard, 111., the book was handset and bound by Cornell undergraduates.. Students who printed and bound the books are Ruth Crissman of Chicago, Elsie Gaide of Nora Springs, Mark Mirich of Thornton, Wyo., and Edward Weismiller of Appleton, Wis. The writers who contributed to "Heyday in loway," many of whom are alumni, include David Ash, Roth Messenger, Edwin Ford Piper and Elenore Lee White, all of Iowa City; Richard Baker of Chicago, William Lee Burton of Oakdale, Maud Ludington Cain of Marshalltown, Meinard Darling, Jay Sigmund and EHabeth Stuart of Cedar Rapids; Thomas Duncan and Zella Wallace of Des Moines, Kathryn Fenstermacher of Red Wing, Minn., Annabel Lee Gray of Wall Lake, Lee Grove of Minneapolis, Gernie Hunter of Perry, May. Peery Hutchinson and Jewell Bothwell Tudl of Mount Vernon, Thelma Lull of West Branch, Isabel V. Mayne of Emmetsburg, Marjorie Holmes MigheU of Northwood, Ethel Blythe Penningroth of Davenport,- Elizabeth Hawley Towner of Des Moines, Martha Bell Tumey of Mount Pleasant, Margaret Weirich of of Hibbing; Minn., Velma Sprigg Geiger and Alta B. Lattner of Cedar Rap- ipds, Ronald White of Marengo, Marjorie Williams of Wyoming, and Jane Osberg and Olive Sherk, whose addresses are unknown. Holy Name Society Holds Meeting at St. Joseph's Hall Seventy-five members of the Holy Name Society of St. Joseph's parish received Holy Communion in a body at the 8 o'clock mass Sunday morning at St Joseph church. Following mass, breakfast was served in the parish hall under the supervision of Tom Phalen. A business session followed. The next meeting will be Easter Sunday morning and plans are being made for a larger attendance by William Hughes, president of the society. flock of Bluebirds, Robins Is Promise- of Merry Sunshine Four and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie may not signify anything special--except a jolly dish to set before a king, but 20 robins and even more bluebirds in one backyard on March 8 should signify spring. That's what Mrs. A. J. Feeney thought when she began counting the birds Sunday in her yard at 615 Hampshire avenue ' northeast. This should put T Pipe and other nature observers to shame, unless they can tell us that they've picked the first dandelion of the season. Diamond Value 14 carat, fine quality, in yellow gold settings. $49.50 Wedding rings to match. WATCHES Homemaking Problems to Be Treated Globe-Gazette Cook School , Will Open March 17. m Auditorium. Housewives have been invited to be the guests of the Globe-Gazette at the complete four-day course of "Foods on Parade," 1935-36 edition, which will be presented at the high school auditorium for four days, March 17 to 20. The instruction and demonstrations to be given by Miss Ann Kingsley during the four days of this cooking school will be of great assistance in solving household problems. While "Foods on Parade" is a colorful presentation, it is as practical and "down to earth" as the most thrifty housewife can desire. This is evidenced by the fact that special attention is paid to the selection and preparation of meat, that important item in the current household budget. The latest and best mthods of cooking all kinds of meat are demonstrated, with special attention ?iven to the less demanded and iherefore more economical cuts. Unexpected ways of balancing the budget are shown, through the use of cuts high in food value but low m cost. Miss Kingsley speaks with authority on this subject for she is a member of the staff of the National L,ive Stock and Meat board, well known educational and research organization. She is a college gradu- '-te, home economics expert and dietitian. She i« an experienced and interesting lecturer. Above all, she is a good cook, and she knows the problems which confront the average housewife in her own citchen. She will prove her ability as a cook by demonstrating just how each of 'the 74 recipes on the program is prepared, showing each step along the way and displaying the finished product against a mirror background in the "Foods on Parade," which concludes each day's session. Then she will give away :he dishes to fortunate members of ;he audience who can thus find out : or themselves that the dishes are .ruly "good enough to eat." To make strong tea, instead of us- ng more .tea leaves, add a lump of sugar to the pot. This causes the eaves to open and improves the flavor. Officers Installed by U. C. T. Auxiliary Officers were elected and installed by the ladies' auxiliary to the United Commercial Travelers at a meet- ng Saturday evening at the P. G. and E. auditorium. The installing staff included Mrs. E. K. Howe, installing officer; Mrs. A. Laughlin, nstalling conductress, and Mrs. J. . Macket, installing chaplain. Mrs. Jack Diercks of Clear Lake s the new senior counselor; Mrs. W. 3. Steinbrenner, junior counselor, and Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson, past counselor. Mrs. H. C. Determan was installed as page; Mrs. Lloyd Spencer, sen.inel: Mrs. C. Russell, conductress; Mrs. R. J. Macket, treasurer; Mrs. tVillard Stone, secretary; Mrs. W. Carter, pianist; Mrs. Fred Esljck, haplain; and Mrs. Oscar Charlesworth, member of the executive icard. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED NEW HAMPTON--Licenses to wed were issued to Mindert Leslie «agel and Helma Elvira Johnson of Vaukon; Peter B. Halverson of Spring Grove, Minn., and Alice Mae Paine of Wabasha, Minn. JOHNSON-NAGEL NEW HAMPTON--Miss Helma Alvira Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans A. Johnson was married Saturday to Mindert Lesie Nagel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Au- just Nagel of Waukon by F. B. Sherwood, justice of the peace. SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SECRETARIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday are accepted after 4, o'clock on Friday. ~ MONDAY M. W. A-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. A. A. U. W.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Grace A. Barnard, 27 Sixth street noi-thwest, Gladys Price, Eleanor Hazlett, Mrs. Grace Titus, lesson. Presbyterian Evening circle-Mrs. H. K. Jones, 118 Vermont avenue southeast. Beta Sigma Phi-S o'clock, Hotel Hanford. McKlnley Drama club-8 o'clock, I. O. O.' F. hall, "Tons of Trouble," sponsored by Rebekah convention committee. TUESDAY DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE Clio club-Mrs. Curtis Amen, 50 Beaumont drive, lesson, Mrs. F. C. Lovell. Wa-Tan-Ye club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanferd. Matinee Musicale-1 o'clock, Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, 304 South Beaumont drive, Mrs. R. Larson, Mrs. Bertha Patchen, program, pot luck luncheon. T. N. T. club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Monopoly party. Baptist Y. W. A-7:30 o'clock, Irene Hamblin, 1135 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Roosevelt-Jackson C. S. C.-8 o'clock, Roosevelt school, talk by Mrs. Guy Davis, police matron; Mrs. Chester Billings, program chairman. O. D. of A.-8 o'clock, -Moose hall. Phoenicians-8 o'clock, Miss Louise Macket, 125 Fourth street northwest, lesson, Miss Margaret Rule. A APITZ-MCOARTHY NORTHWOOD--Donald Apitz of Hancock, Minn., and Miss Margaret McCarthy of Minneapolis were married Monday at the home of C. H. Dwells, justice of the peace. They were accompanied by Fred Miles, Russell Nygrem and Miss Cholice Bertrand. The party had driven to Northwood during the night and called Clerk Ole O. Bakken to the courthouse before 7 o'clock to issue the license and return immediately after the wedding the bridegroom saying he was supposed to be at work as usual Monday. _.;._ MR. AND MRS. HUFFMAN ENTERTAIN AT HOME Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Huffman en tertained the Double 8 club at their home, 814 Hampshire avenue northeast, Saturday evening at a 6:30 o'clock dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lennan were guests. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Repp and guest prize to Mrs. Lennan. The next meeting will be ftt the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fisher, March 21 at 6:30 o'clock. WIFE PRESERVERS Mrs. Jacobs Will Speak at Library "The Greatest Charm in the Garden" to Be Topic Wednesday. Mrs. Maud R. Jacobs, nationally known lecturer and writer on hor-. ticultural subjects, now temporarily connected with Iowa State college was extension assistant in horticulture, will speak to the Woman's club outdoor life department Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, in the library. She will discuss "The Greatest Charm in the Garden." Mrs. Jacobs, who has been associated with horticultural organizations since her graduation from the University of Michigan in 1913, not only knows garden plants horticultural^ and botanically but grows them in her own garden. She discusses her subject from the practical and helpful standpoint of- the gardener. She is known to Iowa gardeners, having appeared on the garden short course program at Iowa State college in 1934 and 1936. She has also spoken before the Des Moines and Davenport Garden clubs. From 1924 to 1930 she was associated with the Garficld Park conservatory in Chicago as plant cataloguer and lecturer to garden clubs and radio audiences. She hag since been writing and lecturing on gardening, particularly to garden clubs. ' 2 COUPLES MARRIED AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA--The following couples were married by Rev. Wm. Kent at the Little Brown Church Friday: Leona Hidecker and William Francis, both of Pipestone, Minn.; Eunice Thede and Elmer Ladehoff, both of Gladbrook. MAIMELD-UBBEN DUMONT--Miss Jennie Ubben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ubben, was married to Albert Maifield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Maifield, Ackley, at the Evangelical parsonage by the pastor, the Rev. H. M. Raecker. They were accompanied by the bride's brother, Chris Ubben, Bristow, and Miss Clara Pohl, Bristow. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AMD SATISFACTIOJI WITH (VEKY PURCHASE UIT Some of them like them mannish-some of them o far cry from anything masculine! Some of them a little of both! All of which means that choosing a "De Kaye" suit at Lundberg's is a matter of your choice --for we have great varieties in suits to suit everyone---and in full consideration of your budget. All colors-all sizes, 12 to 48. Price range from $12.95 to $49.95 GIVE-AWAY CLEARANCE OF WINTER COATS Now Priced ot Only $7.00 $13.00; "SEE YOU TOMORROW" i I II m Announcing DAMON DAYS! March 11th and 12th t I ' ^ rr

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