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

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1934
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MARCH 27 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN See Our Window! 3 S. Federal Avc. JUST RECEIVED New - - Youthful Smart and Flattering! Easter Hats Here you will find just the bat you are looking for at the right price. Copies of expensive models, as well as original, in smart Bretons, off-the-face and "Hi Nellie" Susies, flares,, small and medium brims. Small, largo and extra large headslzes. Others Up to WONDERFUL VALUES A Triple Event for Easter Shoppers DRESS SPECIAL! Splendid for Easter! Exquisite jacket styles in stunning navy, gorgeous rose and new blue! Smart one-piece styles in the new high shades! Magnificent spring prints! New fur- trimmed models! Charming lingerie trims! F l a t t e r i n g sleeves! Captivating S^Siniesl^ashions beyond expectations SUIT SPECIAL! Superb swagger suits with the new full-length coats! They'll make your Easter a glorious success! Smart semi- fitted modes! Marvelous q u a l i t y tweeds or matelasse! New sleeve tuckings--stunning ascot ties--jaunty silk scarfs! They're irresistible in NAVY, new blue, shrimp, gold, green or tan! Unequaled values! $ 95 COAT SPECIAL! Too stunning for words! Gorgeous Easter models with marvelous stitched collars! Smart fur-trimmed cuffs, collars or throws! Newest windblown ideas! Sleeves that are individual! Exceptional Spring fabrics- tailored to per- jgfl ^*~^ _ n fection, A won- J f f l i ^fl _ 50 derful opportunity for savings! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern FORGET-ME-NOT. This tiny emblem of friendship and fidelity is always signified by a beautiful blue, which probably accounts for the time honored expression, "true blue." The forget-me-not block is appliqued in a true, clear blue, combined with yellow and two shades of green. For a young miss of 'teen age there is nothing more attractive for her "very own room." 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 Department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 19. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Easter Breakfast Menu (Recipes Serve Six) The Menu Fruit Cup in Orange Baskets Egg Omelet Broiled Ham Slices Muffins Grapefruit Marmalade Coffee . Fruit Cup 1 cup diced oranges 1 cup diced peaches 1 cup diced pineapple % cup fruit juices 2 tablespoons lemon juice Mix and chill ingredients. Serve in the orange baskets. To make orange baskets, use a sharp knife and cut out the orange peel, leaving handles attached to the lower part of orange. With spoon scoop out orange pulp. Medium sized, firm oranges should be selected so that they will form uniform and good looking baskets Orange baskets are effective to use for holding fruit appetizers, salads or desserts and they carry oul the spring color. Egg Omelet 3 tablespoons butter 6 egg yolks 4 tablespoons cold water ' - % teaspoon salt"" '·"' % teaspoon paprika % teaspoon celery salt " 6 egg, whites, beaten Beat yolks and add water and seasonings. Fold in egg whites. Heat butter in deep frying pan and when hot add omelet. Cook slowly until the omelet has risen well and is a little brown on under side and dry on top. With aid of spatula and fork, turn half over. Hold in place until set and bake 5 minutes in a moderately slow oven. Carefully turn on to warm plater. Garnish with parsley and serve. For variety in omelets, % cup chopped chicken, ham, cooked bacon, cheese or vegetables can be added to mixture before cooked. Broiled Ham Slices. (6 Two-Inch Slices Ham) Have bam cut Vt inch thick. Place in shallow pan and broil 10 minutes. Turn and broil other sides for 10 minutes. If desired the ham can be placed directly on the broiler rack. When storing- scissors in the cutlery drawer, place the points in a cork. CAR CRUSHES BIKE; 'MAKE'EM PAY/SAYS BOY AND THEN-- "There's nothing like justice"-that's what Ronald McKibben, who lives at 734 Tenth street northeast, believed when he went to the police station witb. a slip of paper Monday evening. He had parked his bicycle in front of the Iowa theater, but when be came back he found it had been run over by an automobile. A bystander had taken the number of the car for the boy, however, and Roland rushed to the police staton with the slip of paper bearing; the number IT--1768, Iowa, '34. "Can I make the owner of this car pay for my bike?" asked Ronald. "Sure! What's the number?" asked the desk sergeant. The number was looked up and the car was found to be registered to Mrs. Golda McKibben. "Gee! That's my folks!" gasped Ronald. Charges were not filed. Anna Lindblade Files Petition for Divorce Divorce action was filed Tuesday in district court against Vernon A. Lindblade by Anna Marie Lindblade on grounds of non-support and cruel and inhuman treatment. Mrs. Lindblade also asked to be awarded custody of her daughter, Barbara, 4. The couple was married in Sioux City, Feb. 25, 1928, and lived together until Oct 1 last year. Works In Wyoming. MARBLE ROCK--Alton Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Keith of Scott township, is working on a ranch near Cheyenne, Wyo. j 4 Days Kept Open During ComingWeek Foresighted Mason City Women Prepare to Attend Classes. Mason City women have marked off the four days from April 3 to 7 on their date books and are planning their affairs so that they may be free to attend the annual Globe- Gazette cooking school. New ideas in kitchen equipment, recent developments in-food science and the latest recipes will be given out by Mrs. Pauline Rohrs who is returning to Mason City to conduct the Globe-Gazette cooking school for the third year. Not only will Mrs. Rohrs give new recipes but she will teach you tricks to enliven your old ones or make them failure- proof. Mason City merchants are cooperating with the Globe-Gazette in staging the cooking school and Mason City products will be featured during the classes. Firms co-operating in the classes include: American Beet Sugar company, BIanchard'3 Jewelry, Currie- Van Ness company, Damon's, Inc., Jacob E. Decker and Sons, John Gallagher, Inc., Carl Grupp Food Market, Hermanson Bros. Dairy, E. B. Higley and company, Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc., Iowa Tea company, Kemble's Greenhouse, Klipto Loose Leaf company, Letts Spencer Smith company, D. K. Lundberg and company, Lyons Launderers and Dry Cleaners, Mason City Baking company, Mason City Bottling company, Mason City Hardware company, Michael Drug company, Mier Wolf and Sons, Myers 'Beauty Studio, Northwest Savings bank, Peoples Gas and Electric company, Pfaff Baking company, J. C. Puth company, Vance Music company. CITY BRIEFS A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stevens at their home, 127 Virginia avenue southeast Sunday morning, it was announced Tuesday. Birth certificates have been filed for Gwendolyn Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Palmer, 524 Massachusetts avenue northeast, born March 2; Mildred Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Graf, 12 Ninth street northeast, born March 4, and Rosemary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Nelson, Mason City, bom Feb. 28. R. M. Knudson was in Des Molnes Tuesday on business. Grace Heltland, clerk In the county recorder's office, was confined to her home Tuesday due to illness. ~ v If tk fc IN 24-48 HOURS · Get rid ol pimply, olotchy. Itchy akin. Amazinp results with Pirotcx. physician's new scientific discovery. Guaranteed results in 24-48 hours or your money back. At your druggist's. FUR JACKETS Springtime is Fur Time See our Fashion Highlights in Fur Jackets for 1934-35. Our Collection Is Complete. We Can Save You .Money on Chain Priced Permanent WAVES $1.60 to $3 LE MODERNS ANNEX Complete shop on balcony of Le Moderne Studio. "Miss America" Takes Her Cue From Art Once upon a time the frenzied flapper In our midst got hysterical over beauty. She did her hair like a Zulu belle's and her mouth like a wild pomegranate growing wilder. The mood has passed. Today "Miss 1934" has calmly buried bizarre make-up effects deep In moth balls. She knows there is more to fix- ng her face than meets the eye. Ah, much! A gentle accent here, a soft shadow there, and her features take on a natural beauty bloom. To learn to do this she has gone Jack to school. Back to the three It's. Only this time they stand for Souge, Romance, and the Rudiments of art. For color, applied with an artist's cunning, casts an aura of romance ., . and does "Miss Amerca" know it? She does! That is why you will find her--en massp-- at Damon's, Inc., this week where Miss Edith Miller, through the courtesy of Max Factor, make-up authority for the glamorous screen tars, Is conducting classes. j TO PREACH Arrangements have been completed for the appearance at the church of the Open Bible, 215 North Federal avenue, of Evangelist Ralph Underwood, Portv- land, Ore, March 28 to April 1, Inclusive. Mr. Underwood says he became an atheist at »n early age, joining an Infidel society at the'age of IS years, and at 14 he delivered an atheistic address In the Ingersoll fonim, Chicago, Less than two years ago, ho says, he was converted to Christianity and began preaching. Student Special 25--SxS Prints and 1--8x10 Hand Painted in Oil Photograph for only 5t3.o5 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 2272 Bagley-Bcck BIdg. JUNIOR CHAMBER HOLDS MEETING Hears Talk on Holy Week and Easter by Local Minister. The Rev. Robert M. Rcdenbaugh, rector of St. John's Episcopal church of Mason City, was speaker Monday night for a meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, held at Hotel Hanford. Speaking* on Holy week and Easter, Mr. Redcnbaugh explained that newer teachings concerning the events leading to the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ showed that the Lord knew what was to come during the period, and "knew that last week set a seal on all that had been done." It was the necessity for a living drama, the events that took place between Palm Sunday and Easter to make the teachings of Christ unforgettable, that caused the sacrifice of life to be necessary, according to the Episcopal rector. The newer concept has replaced the earlier, which held that Christ died as propitiation for the sins of mankind, because the later teachers believed that God would not have required the sacrifice of life, the speaker said. The program also included music appropriate to the Easter season., Ed H«lbing singing "Jerusalem," accompanied by Tom .Gregory. The program was in charge of Dean A. L. Rugland of the Mason City junior college. Dr. Glenn E. Harrison was awarded an attendance prize, and Tine DRESSMAKING Modern Factory Methods Used In Finishing Garments MRS. LITTLE PHONE 70 announcement was made of ths birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Decker. ..chest COLDS g "Uncle Tom's Stabbin'" at 8:15 p.m. U Junior Woman's Club Burlesque o L "Ten Minutes by the Clock'' 9:45 p.m. E Prize Winning One-Act Play H JUDGED BEST OF 24 ENTRIES AT IOWA CITY PLAY PRODUCTION CONTEST HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM D TUESDAY NIGHT E R + lOc Admission for Each Play + Mason City Globe^Gazette Free 4 Days Next Week These Firms wm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridaj April 3-4-5-6 O at High School Aeditoriem 3 GIFTS DAILY 9 MRS. PAULINE ROHRS, Instructor Bring Pencil and Notebook Make It a Success. ., American Beet Sugar Co. Blanchard's Jewelry Currie-Van Ness Co. Damon's, Inc. Jacob E. Decker Sons · John Gallagher Carl Gnipp Food Market Hermanson Bros. Dairy E. B. Hlgley Co. Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Iowa Tea Company Kemble's Greenhouse Klipto Loose Leaf Co. Letts Spencer Smith Co. D. K. Lundberg Co. Lyons Launderers Dry Cleaners Mason City Baking Co. Mason City Bottling Co. Mason City Hardware Co. Michael Drug Company Mler Wolf Sons Myers Beauty Studio Northwest Savings Bank Peoples Gas Electric Co. Pfaff Baking Company J. C- Puth Company Vance Music Company

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