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March 22, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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IfifeJ EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 22 1934 ANNUAL COOKING SCHOOL TO BE HELD APRIL 3, 4, 5, 6 Mrs. Rohrs Returns to Take Charge Globe-Gazette Will Sponsor Community Classes at High School. April 3, 4, 5 and 6 have been set ; as the dates for the annual Globe- : Gazette 'cooking school which will be :conducted in the high school auditorium. Mrs. Pauline .Rohrs of ; Omaha is returning to Mason City 'for the third time, at what amounts jto unanimous request, to conduct the classes in cooking and give out ·the latest ideas to aid the housewife. Mothers have been requested not to bring their children to the classes. ;The age limit for girls who may attend the cooking school has been Indicated as 15 years. Mason City .products will be featured at the 'cooking school as in the past Mrs. Rohrs will demonstrate new recipes, give invaluable tips for speeding up household ^duties, answer questions and solve culinary problems which may be presented to her during the classes. The Globe-Gazette cooking school is a community feature which has proved again and again its value and popularity with the women of Mason City. Mrs. Rohrs is the best liked teachecof those who have conducted the classes here. The annual'building show will be carried on in the high school gymnasium at the same time that the cooking classes are being held, making it possible for both husband and wife to find entertainment and instruction at the same time, the husband attending the building show and the wife, the cooking school. --*_ How would it do to confiscate all of the estate if no heir has sens enough to use it wisely?--Lincoln Star. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern GOOD LTJCK CLOVER Ancient superstition has done much to make this quilt popular, but one look at the design and the block assures its popularity on its own. For those seeking fame and fortune, according to superstition, one must sleep under a good luck clover coverlet Orange and green, supposedly mystic colors, were used to excellent advantage in the original block. This pattern is from Quilt Book No 19 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt Dept The Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 19. DANEBLSON-STURIf DECORAH, March 22.--Announcement has just been made of the marriage of Miss Ida Sturn of West 'Union, and Miller Danielson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Engel Danielson of Decorah. The marriage, which occurred in Savanna, HI., on Feb 17 1933, has been kept a secret until now. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. H. B. Sturn _ of West Union and has been teaching in that city the past year. / "Safeguard Your Eyes" We Specialize In Glasses .WLOJHsn · O P T O A A E T D I S T · 110 N. Federal Mason City Gorgeous New Style Hits ARRIVE. . Forty of Them CHOOSE Now at On« Lov; Price BUCKLE PUMPS Blue-Grey $3.45 THrtrtL- * Black TUNGLESS TIES Krinkle Calf $3.45 Black · RUKKAKID TIES Perforated Vamps · Grey AAA to C NEW .BLUES NEW GREYS $3.45 CRUSH CALF TIES Perforated Blue Grey Black $3.45 106 North Federal Ave. PANORS 106 North . Federal Ave. Version o_f Drama to 3e Presented unior Women Rehearsing Musical Comedy, "Uncle Tom's Stabbm'." A generation has grown up to ·horn "Uncle Tom's Cabin" as it ·as played in one night stands un- er leaky canvas tops, is not even memory. Members of this genera- on are represented in the junior omen's department of the Woman's club which will present an ordinal musical comedy burlesque of Uncle Tom's Cabin" Tuesday even- ng at 8:15 o'clock in the high chool auditorium. The title role in "Uncle- Tom's itabbia'"" or "Who Killed LitEe !va?" will be taken by Miss Louise each'. Miss Olga Moen will play the art of Little Eva; Miss Mary Gould, imon Legree; Miss Dorothy Deck- r, Eliza; Miss Jean Barclay, Topsy; liss Lillian Leedstrom, Horace insmore; Miss Gretchen Carlson, Augustus St. Clair; Miss Katherine heffler, Miss Ophelia St. Clair; jss Phyllis Propp, coroner and liss Eleanor Hazlett, Clancy. Chorines who will perform sev- ral numbers include , Mrs. David aldwin, Miss Edythe Kropman, Vtiss Harriet Jordan, Miss Ramona iesveld, Miss Dorothy Conlin and :iss Audrey Andrews. Miss Dor- :hy Madsen has charge of the ances. The scene of the play is laid in a arlem night club, Uncle Tom's Cain, on New Tear's eve of 1934. The lay was written by members of the unior women's department. Bits About 'Em J. A. Van Ness, 318 Carolina ave- ue southeast, was expected 1 to re- urn Thursday from Minneapolis vhere he was. called by the illness '. his daughter, Marian, a student : the University, of Minnesota, ^rs. Van Ness who accompanied Tim there will remain with their aughter who is convalescing from an operation at St. Andrew's hos- ital. * * * Galen Meuwissen is spending his pring vacation from Iowa State ollege, Ames, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Meuwissen, 426 fourteenth street northwest. . * * » , , Miss Millicent Marsh; daughter of Mr. and Mrs; C. R- Marsh, 420 Sixth street northwest, is spending a week visiting in Madison, Wis. . * * * Raymond Hughes, student at the University of Minnesota, has arrived to spend his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy 5ull, 18 Adams avenue southwest. * * a Charles Craychee has arrived "rom Ames to spend his vacation rom Iowa State college with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Craychee, !15 Eighth, street southeast: * * * Ralph Fischbeck, Jr.', who attends Iowa State college, is home to visit lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph "ischbeck, 1104" Adams avenue I IN WIND-BLOWN EFFECT SLEEVE FRILLS, GODETS TO SWISH AT HEMLINE AND TRICKY BIAS SEAMING ARE AMUSING FEATURE Globe-Duett* PeerfeM IB Cent niton, !00 Fifth Avenue, New fort, cltj Pj DIANA DAY ------------^^--^-Today's pattern shows a charming crepe silk print frock for spring. Mexican pottery tones made the original with plain toning crepe trim. It is just as pretty and dainty as can be and yet thoroughly practical. The tricky bias Beaming lengthens the silhouet. Style No. 585 designed for sizes 14, 16,18 years, 36, 38 and 49 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3V t yards of 39- inch material with % yard of 39-inch contrasting. Plain crepe in navy, brown, black, Martini-green; vivid blue, flame-red, etc., are most attractive schemes. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting Spring Fashion Book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and lit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred.) Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City. northwest, during the spring holidays. * * * Buck Hynds, student at Iowa State college, is spending his vacation with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. Hynds, 14'% First street northeast. Olivet Ladies Aid to Present Comedy at Church Friday The comedy play, "Diamonds and Detectives," will be presented by division No. 2 of. the Olivet Ladies' aid at the church' Friday, evening at 8 o'clock. 'In the cast are Mrs. C. K. Kinney, who plays the part of Nancy Bud- dingate; Mrs. Ben Hendrickson as Olina, Swedish maid; 'Mrs. A. J. Thomas,, Mrs. . Hoo^ensnook; Mrs. Frank Klunder, Lucille; Mrs. William Huckins, Mrs. Whosit; Mrs. Charles Swanson, Duchess of Ski- belucia; Mrs. Kirby Griffith, Countess of Skibelucia; Mrs. Glenn Wallace, Percy De Fuzzynucket; Mrs. Lee Frost, Detective Snoop; Mrs. J. K. Johnson, Detective Snuff; and Mrs. A. D. Diercks as Frank, the villain. The evening's program will .also include music, vocal solos and readings. Refreshments ' will be served. Mrs. Hendrickson is in charge of- general arrangements. A DOLLAR WAVE is it worth a penny to save it? DANDERINE insures your hair for a penny a day. When you pay a dollar for a wave, Danderine will help you keep it. It isn't a sticky dressing, or an oily tonic, and it doesn't leave any telltale odor. Its fresh fragrance is gone quickly after applying, but not that marvelous effect of freshness and cleanliness! When you've washed your hair, a little Danderine will keep it from going helter-skelter. Use a dash of Danderine every day--every time you comb your hair--to be sure of your hair all day long! To know it's clean, and looks clean. To know it will stay as you arranged it. And to know that it's free from dandruff. That's what moistening your comb with a few drops of Danderine will do. And what no amount of dry-combing will ever do. Nearly all hair needs the help that Danderine gives it. A dash of Danderine mom- ing and night makes an amazing difference in the way any hair looks all the time! It doesn't affect the color. With all the care you give your hair, it's a pity to omit this last touch that means so much. It's no trouble! Yet you can hardly believe anything so mild and pleasant as Danderine could bring such a change in the condition and appearance of your hair and scalp. Just try it. You can buy Danderine at any drugstore for only thirty-five cents; larger 1 sizes, 60c and $1.00. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Lester.Birk- holz, 1230 Fourth street southeast. Immanuel Luther league-8 o'clock, church, Lenten program, the Rev. O. Mall, speaker, Ellen and Esther Landgren, Nels Frid, committee. Social Calendar THURSDAY FRIDAY ianselmann Home Scene of Marriage icorge Furstenau Takes Edna Hanselmann As Bride. LUVERNE. March 22.--The home ; Mr., and Mrs. Charles Hansel- ann was the scene of a wedding hen their daughter, Edna, became le bride of George Furstenau of eheseo, 111. The Rev. Wittenburg, astor of the Lutheran church, read he ceremony Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Hanselmann, sister-law of the bride, was matron of onor and Mr. Hanselmann, best an, Norma Jean Hanselmann, ister of the bride, acted as flower rl and Eugene Boessler, ring bear- r. E. Koch played the wedding arch at the entrance of the bridal' arty. Miss Dorothy Hanselmann of liicago, sister of the bride, and Mr. och sang "Take Thou My Hands and Lead Me." The bride wore a silk crepe suit porcelain blue with silver fox fur. er accessories were grey and she arried tea roses and sweet peas. Irs. Arthur Hanselmann was at- red in silk crepe of ocean blue with grey fur and her corsage was of oses and carnations. The flower irl wore a coral beige georget ock and the ring bearer's suit was fwhite linen. Following the ceremony a dinner Methodist divisions-1, 1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Bert Lindstrom, 1310 Adams avenue northwest; 2, 1 o'clock, Mrs. M. W. Jessup, 126 Twelfth street northwest; 3, no meeting; 4, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Robertson, 1209 First street southwest; 6, 1 o'clock, Mrs. Ray Pauley, 83 River heights; 7, 1 o'clock, Mrs. R. W. Lewis, 32 Ken. tucky avenue southwest; 8, 1 o'clock, Mrs. G. A. Boggie, 715 Carolina avenue northeast; 9, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. R. Marsh, 420 Sixth street northwest; 10, 1 o'clock, Mrs. H. J. Dreher, 720 Jersey avenue southeast. Presbyterian WomenU 1.o'clock, church, served .'by Central circle, election of officers. Christian Workers divisions-1, Mrs. R. E. Robertson, 1615 Delaware avenue southeast; 2, Mrs. Albert Zack, 1022 Fourth street southwest; 3, postponed; 4, Mrs. Donald Watts, 911 Harrison avenue northwest; 5, Mrs. Joel Hanes, 925 Delaware avenue northeast. Trinity Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. A. Jensen, Mrs. C. S. Rankin, Mrs. A. Frelund, hostesses, self denial offering. Kebekah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlor, Mrs. C. G. Viall, chairman. Baptist Gildner division-Mrs. Ben Kimrey, 683 East State street. Pleasant Ridge club- Mrs. F. A. Hill. Harmony Guild-Church, Mrs. F. C. Lovell, Mrs. G. O. Gould, Mrs. H. W. Conover Mrs. W. Earl Hall, hostesses, devotions, Mrs. J. E. Blythe. Women's labor Bureau-7:30 o'clock, Labor temple. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. St. James Lutheran Friendship society-- 8 o'clock, church parlors, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer, Mr. and Mrs Ed Tims, serving. Sons of Veterans-8 o'clock, P. G. E., benefit card party. --.;.-- HEIXLAND-KUGEL PLYMOUTH, March 22.--A wedding tok place at the Methodisi parsonage in Plymouth when Miss Margaret Kugel of Ackley became the bride of Harvey Heitland o: Ackley Wednesday noon. The bes man was SI Steffen of Ackley and the bridesmaid · was Miss . Gladys Heitland of Ackley. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Thorna- Collister. After the ceremony the .young couple left for Ft. Dodge. MAKRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON, March 22.-Marriage licenses have been issue-" to L G. Stevens and Vera Lore Holm'an, both of Mason City, Har old D. Ratiebaugh and Marie K Barber, both of Rippey, Carl Fol strom of Chicago and Margarett Rosendahl of Cedar Rapids, B. H Luther and Mildred Truk, both o Osceola. THOMPSON-WREN WESLEY, March 22.--Relative have received word of the marriag of Ray Thompson, son of Mr. an Mrs. Ira Thompson, to Miss Edwin; Wren of Stevenvffle, Mont. The will live in Montana. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO LOCAL COUPLES Marriage licenses have been i sued to Harvey W. Heitland an Margaret E. Kugel, Ackley, and Clarence Gaiser, 21, and Iren Davis. 18. both of Rockford. was served at a table centered with a wedding cake. Flowers and lighted ;apers decorated the table. The Vlisses E\-elyn Jante and Evelyn Bush assisted in serving. After a short visit in Luverne, the couple will leave for Geneseo to be at home where Mr. Furstenau is YOUR EASTER FLOWERS ,Yonr Easter Flowers should be grown cool and delivered strictly fresh. We grow all our own stock. Come out and see the largest assortment we have ever shown. Greenhouse Open "Sunday. PHONE 55 OR 56 Kemble's Greenhouse employed as bookkeeper for the J. J. Guild and Son Elevator company. Americanism: Spending millions to "educate" our young; leaving' them so green they believe everything they see on a label.--Davenport Times. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 Save Your 2% Tax By Buying Before April 1st Softer Lines in the New Easter Frocks OTHERS PRICED ?i,95 TO $35.00 Swagger Suits All Sizes Sizes 12 to 48 You'll l o v e every one you try on -they're that lovely and becoming. We .are featuring sheers, plain silks, prints and taffetas, all at this one price -- with demure little frills, soft gilets and collars, with smooth dropped shoulders. ' W e ' v e never s e e n such beautiful and smart dresses of such fine tailoring as is offered in these new models at -- ISNT THAT HARD WORK FOR A LITTLE GIRL LIKE YOU? MUST FINISHED WASHING MY DOLLY'S CLOTHES OH WO, AUNT ALICE! RINSO THE WAY MOTHER DOES , JANET'S so CUTE! SHE JUST TOLD I ME SHE USeS RINSO TO WASH S HER DOLLY'S CLOTHES YOO MEAN YOU DON T USE ft WASHBOARD WITH RiNSO M DON'T NEED TO. 1 \ / RINSO GETS CLOTHES I { ,, 4 OR 5 SHADES / £ S WHITER -JUST BY SOAKING SHE NOTICES EVERYTHING flUCE" THIS MORNING SHE ASKED ME WHY I DIDN'T USE A WASHBOARD ANYMORE-SO HOLD HER I USED RINSO NEXT WASHDAY -WO I HAD THE EASIEST WASHDAY EVER,RALPH! I'M GOIN TO USE RINSO FOR DISHES AND ALL CLEANING. IT SfWFS MY HANDS ! JANET'S }SMARTER THAN I AM! I'LL NEVER SCRUB CLOTHES CLOTHES WASHED THE RINSO WAY LAST 2OR3 TIMES LONGER-YOU'U SAVE LOTS OF MONEY THE BIGGEST-SELLING k PACKAGE SOAP IN AMERICA

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