Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1936 · Page 10
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1936
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 1936 II. N. O. CLUB MEETS 1 OR BUJLUGE PAJBTy H N. O. club met with Mrs. Harry Paxton and Mrs. Pete Mason WE DO ... COMMERCIAL WORK OF ALL KINDS R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. as hostesses at the Paxton home, 814 North Federal avenue, Wednesday. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. J. Bennett, Mrs. J. Berg and Mrs. Don Johnson. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Betty Fesler, 910 Carolina avenue northeast, left for Iowa City Thursday to visit Miss Jean Swift and other friends at the University of Iowa until the first of the week. Mrs. Axel Johnson and children, Jane and Robert, 747 Second street, southwest, drove to Marshalltown Thursday to visit friends. EXTRA VALUES IN MARCH IDRS.WELLS-KITCHEN I OPTOMETRISTS. Smart Glasses BETTER SIGHT HEADQUARTERS At Prices You Will Be Pleased IN MASON CITY to Fay ... See Us ^^ ^ ^ Av(j fhme lgzfl SOCIETY NEWS 11 Speakers Chosen for Conference Annual Child Development and Parent Education Meeting Planned. 'lOWA CITY--Roster of visiting speakers for the June child development and parent education conference at the University of Iowa has been completed with the engage ment of five middle-western experts. With six easterners, they will appear here June 16, 17 and 18 for the annual affair. Education for family life is the conference's central theme. Lectures, round tables and symposiums will be conducted for anyone interested in child study, with no registration fee. These are the mid-westerners who will speak: William C. Reavis, Uni- Jtughs Presents 3 South Federal Ave. Smartest Style and Value Event! Starting Tomorrow--Don't Miss It! Featuring All the Latest Types, New Shades and Patterns! The suit with fur trimmings . . . the 3- piece wardrobe suit . . . the fitted jacket model with mannish details . . . the smart swagger type ... all are here in newest Spring versions! Exciting values! Unsurpassable in Silhouette and Fabric! Jaunty swagger models in smart ombre stripes and. plaids . . . stunning new pastels! Flattering Chesterfields with velvet collars! All smartly tailored in most desirable Spring fabrics! Priced to appeal! Masterpieces of Styling and Color! Gorgeous Spring pastels--new Violet tones, powder blue, rose, aqua! Adorable jacket models . . . frocks exquisitely trimmed with flowers,-lace, dainty frills! Gay prints nad navies in glorious variety! They look so expensive! WIFE PRESERVERS If you wish to measure shortening when it is very hard, fill a cup with as much cold water as, added to the amount of shortening required will make a cupful. Now, add the shortening until the water reaches the level of one cup and you l have the amount desired. vcrslty of Chicago; Robert G. Foster, Merrill-Palmer school of Detroit; Charles Hall, director of children's bureau of Minnesota state department of public institutions; Gladys Hall, president of American Association of Visiting Teachers, Chicago; and Nora Talbot, dean of Oklahoma A. M. home economics school. \ These are the eastern appointees: Floyd Allport, of the school of citizenship and puKic affairs at Syracuse university; Hornell Hart of the Hartford, Conn., Theological seminary; Grace Langdon, emergency nursery school specialist from Washington, D. C.; Bruce Robinson of the Newark, N. J., child guidance department; Ruth Brickner of the American Child Study association of New York City; and HugesMearns of New York university. Give credit where credit is due. President Roosevelt has.kept us out of war with Ethiopia.--Carrollton, Mo., Republican-Record. Library Gets New Books to Inspire Cooks A big generous book containing depression times is, however far from added to the Mason City public library. Women attending the cooking school will find this has some other good suggestions to add to those they are getting each day at the high school. It contains, in addition to foreign cooking, a chapter on Creole flavors from New Orleans. Another new book for home makers is "The Diary of a Suburban Housewife." The chapters arc month by month, but the life of the American family' living in what might be called a shoestring house of these Party Dresses;" "July--Glorious depressing. The very chapter headings reveal the courage and excitement of life. Although the author lost servants, pretty clothes, trips to town and theaters she has a sense of humor and her intelligence helps her to find compensation in her garden, her husband and her children. The chapters read: "January--Go Down Belly Flop Just Once, Mother;" "February--Say It With Recipes, Gold Frames and Casseroles;" "March--No Plumbing or Giving in Plumbing, Daffodils;" "April--The Garden, Why Wasn't I Born Twins?" May--Moving Vans and Miniatures, Peonies and Poppies;" "June--Being a Father on Sunday- Party s Dresses;" "July--Gloriou Fourth, Garden Show, Circus;" "August--Carnival, Depression polo, Dear Shabbiness;" "September- School Begins, The Happy Centipede;" "October--Auction, Bulbs, Football;" "November--Up From Failing to Below Average;" "December--Jam for Christmas; a simply Grand Day." SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SECRETARIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday are accepted after 4 o'clock on Friday. THURSDAY Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. B. P. W. club-7 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, public relations dinner. L. O. T. O.-A. M. O. S.-6:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall Sorosis club-6:45 o'clock, Cerro Gordo hotel, guest night dinner Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harvey Adama, 925 Madison avenue northwest. St. James Friendship society-8 o'clock church parlors, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tims, hosts. American Legion auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Veterans Daughters Sponsor Card Party Daughters of Union Veterans sponsored a card party Wednesday evening at the P. G. E. auditorium where 12 tables of bridge and 500 were played. High score bridge prizes went to Mrs. A. L. Ready and S. A. Bemis and low bridge prizes to Mrs. Iva Willey and E. W. Lilly. Mrs. Harry Adams and Guy Bull won high 500 prizes and Mrs. O. Belseth and Mr. Adams, low. Mrs. Dora Liesveld was chairman of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. H. F. Goodwin, Mrs. Vinnie Christiansen and Mrs. M. T. Fessenden. Mrs. Bemis, Mrs. August Hanson, Mrs. Alta Rule and Miss Marian Garlock had charge of refreshments. FRIDAY Congregational church-Dinner postponed. progressive club-Mrs. Ed Gruben. Tuckabatchee class-1 o'clock, Mrs: B. A. McDonald, 6:45 First street .southeast, Mrs. W. B. Fedetty, Mrs. W. T. Sinnard, Mrs. W. H. Brown. St. John's Guild-1 o'clock, Mrs. G. S. Avery, 22V Second street northeast, luncheon. Congregational Women-Church, group 5. St. James division 3-Division 3,. 2 o'clock, Mrs. Augusta. Frenz; division 4, 2 o'clock, Mrs. Elsie Slock; division 1, 2 o'clock, Mrs. B. Bublitz. Baptist Missionary society-Mrs. Harry Phillips, 325 Second street northeast, Mrs. Charles Gasswint, leader. Presbyterian W. M. S-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, memorial service for Mrs. S. A. Vier; executive committee, hostess, Kebekah Lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. 0. 0. F. hall. W. C. O. F.-8 o'clock, Moose hall. YOUR EASTER HAT It isn't a bit too early to settle the important question of YOUR EASTER HAT. HUNDKEDS OF LOVELY STYLES, for sports and for e v e r y dress occasion, in BRIMMED A N D CLOSE FITTING EFFECTS. TAILORED and FLOWEKEU TRIMS. EVERY NEW SPRING SHADE is HERE: Small, large, and extra-large headsizes. MASON CITY HANSON-FROGU ALGONA--The Rev. J. H. Edge, pastor of the local Methodist church performed the marriage Tuesday of Wilbur Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hanson of Britt, and Luella Krogg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Frogg of Crystal Lake. Mervin Hanson and Florence Nelson witnessed the ceremony. The young couple will make their home on a farm near Britt. MINNEAPOLIS PAIR ARE MA1US1ED HERE Clarence Monson and Margaret Furney. both of Minneapolis, were married in the district court chambers by Judge Joseph J. Clark. Wit- cesses were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tu- seth. 210 First street northeast. The bridegroom is a nephew of Mr. Tu- seth. They returned to Minneapolis after the ceremouy to make their home there. Extra Values for Friday and Saturday MEN'S SUITS Men's new Spring Suits in plain and sport back models to $25 value. 5.87 to MEN'S HATS Latest styles and shades in men's felt Hats including cinnamon brown, mottled gray, light pearl and tans. To $3.50 Value! .27 $| .47 S| .97 ·£i Jo* WORK PANTS Men's good quality striped work pants. RUBBERS Men's work rubbers, dress rubbers and clogs, Converse made. SHOES Boys' "College Boy" dress oxfords, size 6. $1.27 , $1.47 JL and JL . 1 LOT Ladies' oxfords, plain and strapped pumps, odd sizes, to $5 value. Choice of the rack Friday and Saturday! 97' DRESS SHIRTS Men's $1.50 dress shirts, non-wilt collars. BOYS' LONGIES Wool longies to $2.50 Value! t to $J.67 JACKETS Men's storm proof, cos- sack style, zipper jackets, sold regular for $3. $|.97 $1-00 Men's Zipper Polo Shirts. LADIES' DRESSES New lot ladies' one and two piece printed Silk Dresses, spring styles, to $5.00 value. Sizes 14 to 50. $2-97 Latest styles in ladies' 2 piece Knitted Dresses in shades of turquoise, meadow rose, cpralite, maize, etc., splendid values,. Worth $5! at 121 S. Federal alii Store Formerly Harry Zebker Store NEW FACTS Radio Guide, in a scries of interviews with Walter Winchell, makes some amazing revelations--new FACTS not known to the public. What does Winchell know? Read it in Radio Guide! Out today. At all newsstands--IOC. 'ALSO IK THIS BIG ISSVEs WELCOME TO WELCOME VflLLEY: Back-stage with Eddie Guest. LUH AND ABNER'S STRANGE PROPHECY: Story of the oldest broadcast ever made, and its amazing sequel-- and Many Other Features! Mast Complete Radio Program Listings: Biggest 10 cents' worth in radio. 14 pages program listings--more stations than ever before -- full ·week's programs--locd and national. Also time 1 tables of news broadcasts ... Advance shortwave programs... Questions and answers about radio i stars... Rotogravure Pictures.'of Stars at work and / play... Get Radio Guide every week and double ; your radio enjoyment. lOc-nr HLL NEWSSTAHDS RADIO GUIDE AMERICA'S WEEKLY of PROGRAMS and PERSONALTIES mn this year-Jack Sprat foods are being used at the Yes, it's true. For the fifth consecutive .year Jack Sprat Foods were selected for use in the Globe-Gazette Cooking School. Jack Sprat Foods measure up to the rigid standard. Miss Kingsley, conductor of the Cooking School, requires of all products demonstrated on the platform. In the middle of a lecture, with a thousand pairs of eyes focused upon her, the contents of EVERY can and package she opens must be GOOD. She has found that she can depend on the uniform fine quality of Jack Sprat Foods. Miss Kingsley says: . "It's a pleasure for me to recommend Jack Sprat foods to housewives everywhere. This quality line has been used in all five of the cooking schools here in Mason City, and I know that all Jack Sprat foods are extra fine in quality, and reasonably priced. For appetizing, nourishing lunches and meals, use Jack Sprat canned goods and extracts. After you have tried them, I feel sure that you, too, will favor this popular, dependable brand." Your Favorite Coffee, Too! Chocolate Cream Coffee, too, is again Miss Kingsley's choice for the Mason City school. She confirms the opinion of hundreds of women who have show their preference for this brand during the last 3D years. II ife

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