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March 16, 1936

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

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 1936 PLANS COMPLETED FOR ANNUAL COOKING SCHOOL OPENING IMELY; TIPS :·? F AIR W E A T H E R OR FOUL -- Every woman must care for her face. With care, it i s not a dif-. ficult problem to achieve that, " s c h o o l g i r l compl e x i o n." T h e M i c h a e l Drug Company has a complete s e l e c t i o n of Agnes S o r e 1 home-treatment beauty preparations. They're excellent, and priced at only 75o each. Two creams are essential--a thorough cleanser that's cool and refreshing--a finishing cream that stands between your skin and the cold, wind and dirt. Give your face a chance! T HE CHARM OF CHROMIUM--Has a fascination for me. I love to visit the loiva Tea Company, and browse lovingly among their really superb collection. The fine proportions and grace of the chromium cocktail sets, the goblets, plates and bowls, with their dull richness, makes them an asset to any home. They fairly shout smartness. These lovely pieces so in keeping with the modern spirit are not beyond your means. Come in anyhow! ' 'TTUBBYWILL REST BET" TER NIGHTS--In Faultless no-belt pajamas. They get rid of drawstrings--the r o p e t h a t ruins s l e e p . Nothing tight to bind the middle, just a f l"a t, w i d e waistband of stret c h a b 1 e rubber t h a t holds 'em up without any pressure. That's why so many men agree they sleep better in Faultless pajamas. These more comfortable pajamas come in middy and lounging styles. Broadcloths, sateens and silks, in new solid colors and rich all-over patterns. $1.95 to S3.50, at GUdner's. W E CAN'T CHANGE OUR SKINS--But we can select the skins for our new fur coats from the Mason C i t y F u r S h o p p e. If you were disappointed during the mid- Winter Clearance sale be- c a u s e you couldn't find w h a t y o u wanted, s e e them now. Sel e c t y o u r s k i n s and have t h e m make a coat to your own measurements, and th'e styles most becoming to your type. Their workmanship is artistically perfect and the linings they use are guaranteed to give you years of wear. · ' Y OU'LL DO E V E R Y THING--But sleep in a suit this coming: Season. That means they are going to be worn from morn 'til night Daytimes you'll rush about in a m a n - tailored flannel -- you'll lunch in crepe, and have tea in a soft suit oi satin crepe or c h i f f o n . A n d then, the "dinner suit" comes to town--the newest, most exciting fashion of all--suits for evening wear, and simply stunning looking. D. K. Lundberg's, of course, will show j'ou the most fascinating outfits of this type--so wear your suitg now under your coats and be first in Fashion. Prices are very modest, starting at $12.95. You'll want to "see these tomorrow," p ONSIDERING T H A T ^ WEDDING R I N G S -Play such a vital part in every wedding--the utmost thought and c a r e should, be given its selection. At W. H. Potts ·Jewelry Store y o u won't have much trouble, for they has a fine selection Of wedding rings, from those engraved with orange blossoms to those set with diamonds. It's a ring your bride will wear all her life, remember, and she should have the best your bank account can afford. White or natural gold and platinum, from $4.50 up. TJ-EEPING COMPANY-- "·With an Easy Washing' Machine is the best social reference your clothes can have. Silk slips can rub shoulders with sheets and come out smiling. It's the g e n t l e action that does the trick -- quickly, carefully a n d economically. Washings done at home in this simple manner are cleaner and last longer. You know your clothes are clean--you save laundry expense--so investigate the many Easy advantages at the Peoples Gas Electric Co. ... Now--during the annual Spring Washer Sale. Prices and terms were never lower. F ABRIC HAS FORGED-Right to the very front in shoe fashions, so that now for Spring it's better than ever. At the B. B. Shoe Company they showed me some of their newest shoes, and are they ever "honeys." Better get in to see them before they are all snapped up. You'll like wearing fabric, especially the new Gabardine cloth--it's so soft, flattering to the foot, and designed to adapt itself to every style. These fabric shoes have been so cleverly combined with patent and kid--are in such stunning styles that you'll never re- sist buying at least two pairs in one fell swoop. A SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR MEN--From Johnston's Flower Shop. Send your best girl-j-or the girl y o u take out most often--real f l o w e r s . E i t h e r a lovely cor- s a g e t o e n h a n c e her. dancing frock, or a bouquet of mixed flowers to brighten her room. Take it from a "gal" who knows-flowers mean so much to us "femmes" that you men should make flower sending a weekly habit. Find out her favorite posie--then leave a standing order and you'll be "tops" with her all year. T HEY PUT THE SNAP-back into your hat--the Lyons Laundry Dry Cleaning- Co. Chances are, your hat is s t i l l g o o d , even though it apparently has lost its psp. All it needs is a cleaning a n d careful reblocking. A fresh band-perhaps--and your hat's good as new. The trick is--have it done right, by a cleaner who knows all about hats. Call 600-they'll get your hat and have it back next day look- Ing- like new. Homemakers Will Gather f o r Course Miss Ann Kingsley, Foods Expert, Arrives to Conduct Classes. Tuesday is the opening day of "Foods on Parade," the four day cooking, school which the Globe-Gazette will present to the housewives ·of Mason City in the high school auditorium with Miss Ann Kingsley, a member of the staff of the National Livestock and Meat board, and an authority on foods, as instructor. The musical program will begin at 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon and the lecture will start at 2 o'clock. Miss Kingsley is an instructive and entertaining lecturer. 18 Dishes First Day. "Seeing is believing," and you'll be convinced that cooking such delectable dishes as those which take their places before the mirrors in this show is truly an art. You'll be filled with new enthusiasm and a desire to duplicate these marvels as soon as you get home. "A Symphony in Foods" is the title of Tuesday's program, to be followed in turn by "The Daily Road to Romance," "Adventures in Kitchen Land" and "Happy Ending-.'' Individual Swiss steaks, cushion style pork roast with apple dressing, French fried onion rings, banana bran muffins are among the IS dishes on the program for the opening day. The most unusual dish is the "red hot" crown roast. Yes, it is made from "red-hots," but we can't tell you more. Printed Program. Recipes for all the dishes prepared will be printed on the program, but bring along pencil and paper as there'll be many notes you will want to jot down. Bring along your questions, too, if you are having a hard time mastering some phase of this cooking business. Miss Kingsley will be glad to help you. As a gift to every woman attending the opening session, the Globe- Gazette is offering a valuable cookbook, ' O u r Favorite Meat Recipes," which you will want to keep as a useful souvenir of the school. . For Every Woman. There is rio admission price and you are not under any obligation in any way in attending this school. Every housewife in Mason City has been invited to attend. During her stay in Mason City, Culotte Costume Popular GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY Divided Skirt Finds Preference Over Slacks Shorts Among Many Sports Enthusiasts. and Here's the newest sport new. "the culotte, preferred to slacks and shorts_ for the beach in rough linen and pique." The divided skirt with panel fron- and back, makes this a most acceptable fashion for tennis and golf enthusiasts and for the woman who pilots her own plane. It makes a perfect outfit for spectator sports fashioned of patterned challis or tub silk. Style No. 2665 is designed for sizes, 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40-inches bust. Size 16 requires 4',8 yards of 39-inch material with 24-inch square for scarf. 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. 2665 MARCH A Good Time To Ask Yourself About Your Miss Kingsley is using a Pontiac straight-eight from the John Gallagher garage to get her places. Merchants who are co-operating- with the Globe-Gazette in offerin L the cooking school arc: American Crystal Sugar company, Blanchard's Jewelry, Clorox Chemical company, Currie-Van Ness company, D. K. Lundberg and company, Damon's, Inc., Damon's Shoe department, Hermanson Brothers Dairy, Iowa State Brand Creameries. Inc., Iowa Tea- company; J. c. Puth company, Jaques Manufacturing company (K. C. Baking Powder), John Gallagher, Inc., Kemble's Greenhouse, Klipto Loose Leaf company, Lever brothers, (Rinso, Jux, Lux toilet soap, Lifebuoy Health soap), Letts Spencer Smith company, Lyons, Cleaners-Launderers-Furriers, Mason City Bottling company, Michael Drug company, Mier Wolf and Sons, Northwest Savings Bank, Omaha Flour Mills (Omar Flour), People's Gas and Electric company, Pfaff Baking company, Ralph S. Shepherd, Paints and Wallpaper, Salada Tea company, The Merkel company and the Vance Music company. BITS ABOUT 'EM | HO'/2 North Federal Ave Mrs. George Feldman, 40 Oak drive, Mrs. D. W. Grippen, 125 Tenth street northwest, and Mrs. D. W. McAuley, 817 Jefferson avenue northwest, have returned from a few weeks' vacation trip to Florida. t * * Miss Eleanor Mabel has left for Boone where she will be employed n publishing the new directory ihere. * * * Miss Lucille Pierce, SOS East State street, has returned from Sioux City where she has been visiting friends and relatives. * * * Miss Mary Kem. 29 Vermont avenue southeast, will go to Rockford Tuesday to dance at a Commercial club dinner there. * * '* Thomas Essex of Lohrville spent the week-end with his daughter, Mrs. Anna Dwan. Kirk apartments. * * * Miss Marie Kober, principal of McKinley school, is spending her spring vacation at Charles City. MR.' AND MRS. 5IALLO ENTERTAIN OLTJB Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mallo, SG5 Connecticut avenue northeast, entertained the J. J. Bridge club Saturday evening at their home. High score ize went to Mrs. B. L. Oglesby and w to J. D. McKee. Refreshments ere served by the hostess, carrying out a St. Patrick's color scheme. The next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKee. Delegation WillAttend Conference Mason Cityans to Have Part in District P. T. A. Session. Mason City will be represented at the north central district conference of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers which will be held March 20 at Fort Dodge. Mrs. F. W. Sinnott of Mason City Is a member of the nominating commit- teen which also includes Mrs. A. F. Becker of Arnolds Park and Mrs. Carl Pray of Fort Dodge. Mrs. A. E. Anderson will preside during the morning session which will open in the junior high school with a district board meeting at 9 o'clock. There will be music by the American Legion Auxiliary trio at 9:30 o'clock, invocation by the Rev. O. W. Harless of the Presbyterian church and greetings by Mrs. Clarence Challberg-, president of the Fort Dodge council. District Reports. Reports will be made by the dis- ;rict officers and at 10 o'clock, a symposium will be given on "In- :erpretation of the State Congress" by Mrs. Charles Pye, Mrs. C. C. "iollester, Miss Lulu Rose Orr, Mrs. Frank Root and Mrs. F, R. Kenison. Mrs. G. L. Hurde will preside at the business meeting and conferences will follow. Mrs. Anderson will lead the city conference. Mrs. G. Nefzger, the consolidated; Mrs. J. B. Kearns, the rural; Mrs. Afton Smith, parent education; Mrs. H. Kushner, correspondence course; and Mrs. Kurd, parent- teacher work. Mrs. Merkel Presides. Luncheon at the Swedish Mission church will be served at 12 o'clock and election of officers will follow. Mrs. 0. A. Merkel of Mason City will preside at the afternoon session which will open with greetings by Mrs. 'J. E. Kearns, president of the Webster county council. Dr. Albion R. King, dean of men at Cornell college, Mount Vernon. will speak on "The Psychology of Drunkenness." A play will be given by the Webster county council. There will be a business session and installation of officers and at the close of the meeting, the Fort Dodge council win serve to the delegates. PERMANENT WAVES ON SALE $1.00 Spiral- Croquignole For (Jic s e c o n d wave BRING A FRIEND. Get one of our Kumar S2.T5, S3.75 or S4.7S wave! nt resul.lr prlre. Yonr friend's wave will co»t Sl.OO. TWs mine Is for only a limited time. 2 S2.15 Waves S3.75 2 53.75 Waves $4.75 2 54.73 Waves 55.75 PHONE 111/, south Federal 281 Over Kresgc's Store ILLINOIS COUPLE WEDS ' AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA--John D. Losel, an undertaker of DeKalb, 111., and Miss Ethel Jean Swanson of Watermore, 111., were not superstitions about Friday, the thirteenth, and came to Nashua to be married at the Little Brown church. When they reached Charles City in the evening, they called the pastor, the Rev. William Kent, and asked if they could not ·et their license in that city. When lold they would -have to drive to NTew Hampton for it. they told him :hey would be back at 10 o'clock. Rev. Kent thought they meant the lext day, and the family retired for :he night. When the couple returned from New Hampton, about 11:30 o'clock, ihey found the church all dark, and came to town and routed the minister out and proceeded to the church where they were married just a few minutes before midnight. j MRS. FRANK JOHNSON HONORED AT PARTV Mrs. Frank Johnson was honored at a birthday surprise party- given Saturday at the home of Mrs. Andy Peterson, 1430 Madison avenue northwest. There were 36 guests and 500 was played at six tables with high score prizes going to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davis and low to Mr. and Mrs. Leland Johannsen. Lunch was served by Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Jake Nagel and a number of gifts were presented to Mrs. Johnson. PROGRESSIVE CLUB WILL MEET FRIDAY Progressive club will meet Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gruben I St. Patrick Program at Parish Hall Members of St. Joseph CHurch Honor Monsignor O'Connor. With the stage set as the interior of an Irish home, a St. Patrick's program was given by members of St. Joseph's parish, honoring Mon signer P. S. O'Connor. Sunday evening in the St. Joseph parish hall. Tim Phalen, as master of ceremonies, introduced each number as if it were being given by neighbors calling at the O'Connor home in Ireland. Grace Marie Ryan entered singing "Danny Boy" and following this a waltz clog chorus, composed of Jean Lattiracr, Catherine Hughes, Mary Agnes Conner, Dorothy Kelly, Lillian Balek, Beatrice Mahoney, Exie Mae Cornelius, Helen Hanson and Marion Dclaney, performed. Edward Hughes and Joe Ebeling sang "Cockles and Mussels." Irish Selections. Evelyn Cheesman played a violin solo and Peggy Lee Hayes, and Mary Ellen Hayes danced a variated Irish jig. Marcus Ryan and Hubert Reardon presented a comedy skit, "Green as Grass." Pat Berry played old time tunes on his violin and a reading, "Rosary Time in Ireland," was given by Virginia Kelly. Larry Reardon sang two selections, "Mother Machree" and "An Irish Jaunting Car." Dr. Jay Houlahan spoke on "Irish Names in Medicine," touching on the role the Irish played in the history of medicine when in the fifth, sixth and seventh centuries, the Irish monasteries were havens for the scholars of strife-ridden Europe. Although medicine in the dark ages scarcely resembles medicine today, the speaker pointed out that these men were torch bearers, exemplifying the spirit of self-sacrifice and devotion to research which has emerged into the accomplishment of today. The Irish School. "In the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries we find a group in Dublin referred to as the Irish school," he said. "This group includes John Cheyne, Abraham Colles, Robert Adams, Sir John Carri;;-an, William Wallace, Francis Rynd, Robert Graves and William Stokes. They are little heard of outside medical literature, but their descriptions of clinical findings in heart and chest conditions are classics of medicine little improved today." Speaking of the development of surgery, Dr. Houlahan said that :here are many noteworthy men of -eltic names occupying high niches 'n the history of American medi- ine, among them McBurney, Caley, een, Kelly, Murphy and the Mayo brothers. Monsignor O'Connor gave recol- WIFE PRESERVERS When anything In the kitchen made of steel becomes rusty, rub it with a piece of emery paper that has been dried in turpentine. lections of early days in Ireland, telling of the industries and of the family life. He spoke of the injustices of the landlord system which has now been changed, so that the government is the landlord and the tenant is given 60 years to pay for his farm. He discussed the education in Ireland and said that each church provides. one half hour religious training each day for the students. St. Joseph's glee club sang several numbers and as a finale the cast sang "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling." SARGEANT-BAI.TZER NEW HAMPTON -- Miss Vada Irene Baltzer, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Baltzer, exchanged nuptial vows with Arthur W. Sargeant, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sargeant, all of New Hampton, in the First Baptist church here with the Rev. W. W. Williams officiating. They were attended by Miss Irene Sargeant, sister of the-bridegroom, and Laurence Baltzer, brother of the bride. A wedding' dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. After a wedding trip to southern Iowa, they will be at home on a farm north of here. TWO BIRTHDAYS ARE CELEBRATED Mr. and Mrs. Guy Angel!, 151-1 Carolina avenue northeast, entertained 16 kindergartners at a birthday party Saturday honoring their son, Donald. In the evening they gave a birthday party for S. M. Angcll. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Angell, Wilbur Angel], Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Angell and Jack Houts. Wedgewood Service for Six as low os. ..: See the new patterns now. WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE "FOLLOW THE FLEET," RKO RADIO Picture You'll love this one . . . half red and half white with star print . . . and. you'll like the several other scarfs in this attractive series. Squares and ascots, embroidered motifs and prints. Perfect for suits, sweaters, frocks . . . wherever you want to wear them! $1 Each Waist Space devoted to new short The right blouses in correct fabrics to wear with your suit. Priced $1 to $5.95 "SEE YOU TOMORROW" . .WANT. - A SPOTLESS WDRAPES IUITS,COAT$ FURNITURE PHONE 788 Spring Housecleaning is no easy job, but there's no need to make it harder than it really is. Send all your household effects to us. And while they're gone you can go on with the rest of your cleaning. You'll never realize how dirty these things were until you get them back clean and bright. Vf · fe-. ft m

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