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April 12, 1934

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

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 12 Dancing Frocks to Be Seen in Style Show . Dancing frocks for spring and summer wear will be shown in a style show Saturday evening at the Surf ballroom at Clear Lake. There will be 20 models wearing gowns from the Palais Royale and the show will begin at 10:30 o'clock. miserable Spring Colds HEAD THEM OFF ... with this amazing aid in prevent* ing colds... CLEARS "STUFFY" HEADS New materials which will be In evi dence include taffeta, mousseline d sole, lace, organdy, chiffon an crepes. Dancers will have an oppor tunity to observe the latest i/tyl tendencies in frocks for party am dance wear. K. B. AUXILIAKY CONDUCTS MEETING K. E. Auxiliary met at the homi of Misa Ethel Miller, 740 Fourth street southwest, Wednesday eve ning for dinner and a program which included a book review b; Miss Esther Pagenhart, devotions by Mrs. Glen Boggie and musica selections by Miss Miller. --·:·-- MRS. F. W. HOTCHKISS HONORED AT SURPRISE Girls of the J. C. Penney company and friends of Mrs. F. W. Hotchkiss met at the home of Mrs. Giles Hayden, 1435 Madison avenue northwest, for a surprise shower honoring Mrs. Hotchkiss Wednesday evening. The time was spent informally. MORE THAN 8.OOO E Y E S Jensen's Complete RIMLESS GLASSES Especially Priced for Month of April DR.WO.JENSEM · O P T O M E T R I S T · 110 No. Federal Mason City Phone 898 COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE Into Girl Scout Work Member of National Staf Here Conducting Leaders Class. Most of us just fall into wha we're doing and that's what Miss Eunice Prien, field trainer of the national Girl Scout staff did. Miss Prien works in the "Covered Wagon" region for the Girl Scouts giv- ng training courses for leaders and she has been in Mason City this week conducting classes in "Tramp- ng and Trailing" for local Girl "cout leaders. While she was a student in Rochester university at Rochester, N. Y. ttiss Prien did volunteer settlement house work and- after graduation although she had majored in Eug- ish, she took a position in a settlement house in Rochester. She had served as a. volunteer Girl Scout ieutenant while in college and began organizing Girl Scout troops as a part of her social service work In nochester, N. Y. Later she went to the Rochester !irl Scout organization as a director and after that became Girl Scout director in Syracuse, N. Y., which losition preceded, her present employment as field trainer. She has studied during the summer at Camp Edith Macy near New York. "It's difficult to explain just what I do," Miss Prien said when askec about her work. "Since I began it in November, I've visited 18 different communities in . Iowa, Nebraska Missouri, Kansas and Colorado, anc n each one I've done something different. We have three courses which we teach--one for beginners in general troop work, a second in tramp- ng and trailing and the last in roop progress. Out Door Cooking. "In tramping and trailing, the HISPERED Great Complexion Secret! nPO her friend she con- ·*· fesscdthcsccretof her flawlesscfcarwhitc skin. Long ago she learned that no cosmetic would hide blotches, pimples.or sallowness. She found The secret of real completion beauty i n N R ·s !/.»· if. TabletsCNjiture'sRcm- . W .Srsifc». edyj.Thcy cleansed and cleared uie eliminative tract--corrected shig- [ish bowel action--drove out the poisonous wastes. She felt better, too, full of pep, tingling ·ith vitality. Try this mild, safe, dependable, 11-vegetable corrective tonight. See your com- lexion improve, ce headaches, ullness vanish, it all druggists' --only25c. r ^i t ft A £»" Quick relief for acid indiges- TUIVlb tion. heartburn. Only IQc. Say Folks- Don't Miss OUR PAINT DEMONSTRATION Thursday--Friday--Saturday, April 12, 13, 14 2 LOWE BROS. FACTORY REPRESENTATIVES-- Will be in the store to help you with any problem on painting or decorating which you may have--they'll demonstrate how you can apply the. new finishes, give you counsel on color combinations, etc. We have two worthwhile gifts for every visitor to the demonstration--be sure and call for yours. Special Prices During the Demonstration Specification Varnish, per quart 59 Lowe Bros. Blue Star Outside House Paint, gallon 219 LOWE BROS. BLUE STAR QUICK DRYING ENAMEL, qt. _ Special Prices on Many Other Lowe Bros. Items CURRIE-VAN NESS COMPANY course I'm giving here, I teach the organization of an outdoor troop meeting which will Jast just two or three hours. Nature material and out of door cooking are the essentials of an outdoor meeting. At first a 'poke lunch' in which the food requires no cooking is carried. "Later troops have no-utensil meals and the menus include galloping-guinea pigs, kabobs, angels on horseback. Galloping-guinea pigs are pieces of cheese wrapped with bacon and cooked over the fire on sticks. Kabobs, a Persian recipe, calls for steak, bacon and onion cooked on a stick. Angels on horseback, a dessert, consists of a banana sliced lengthwise with bits of marshmallow inserted in the slice and the whole baked in coals. Barbecued Meals. "Last night we had an outdoor 'one-pot' meal and squaw corn was the dish. It consists of bacon, crisped in a pan to which are added corn, tomatoes and peas. The barbecue and imu meals call for proficient cooks. A barbecued meal is cooked on a spit, of course, and the imu meal is cooked underground, Hawaiian fashion. Miss Prien spoke of the accomplishments of the president of the national Girl Scout board, Genevieve Brady, who, this year, received the Laetare medal from the National Catholic organizations. Miss Josephine Schain, national director of the Girl Scouts, is known for her work in international peace movements as well as Girl Scouting, Miss Prien said. The depression hasn't kept the Girl Scout movement from growing. There has been a steady increase in membership in the past few years and the present enrollment totals 318 000. Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sinnard, 1200 Twelfth street northeast, have returned from Des Moines where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Sinnard's sister, Mrs. Ida Bartholomew. * * * D. R. Lacock of Jefferson is vis- ting at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Seba Vail, 233 Tenth street northwest. He accompanied the Vails, who had jeen in Jefferson for a short time, here. * * * . Miss Elizabeth Briski of Chicago a guest at the home of Mr. and to. Nels Anderson, 410 Washing- on avenue southwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ikenberry intertained at a dinner at their iome,. 1002 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, for Mrs. -Dcenberry's grandfather, J. E. Nieth, on the occasion of his eighty-third birthday. LLOYD MATHIASON WEDS BBKNICE LARSOX Lloyd Mathiason of Mason City and Miss Bernice Mae Larson of Kensett were married Wednesday afternon at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. 0. L. N. Wigdahl. Mrs. Joseph Majewski and Mrs. Lee Furleigh attended the" couple. Mr. Mathiason and his bride will make their home in Mason City. McKINLEY C S. C MEETS AT SCHOOL McKinley Child Study circle met at the school for a program which opened with songs by Miss Helen Massey's grade and poems by Miss Selma Schumann's grade. Miss Schumann's pupils also presented a play about Holland. Mrs. George Werley led the lesson on "The Boy's Problem in Church." At fne next meeting, April 24, the losing side in the membership contest will entertain the winners. HINTZ-RASMUS LUVERNE, April 12.--A secret wedding which has just been announced is that of Miss Leona Rasmus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rasmus of this place, and Fred J. Hintz of Livermore which took place at Parker, S. Dak., Jan. 6, 1934, the Rev. C. J. Nuernberg officiating. The bride, a graduate, of Luverne school, attended Hamilton college at Mason City and has been assistant postmistress'for several years. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.'John R. Hintz, Webster City. They will make their home in Livermore. A number .of postnuptial courtesies are being planned in the bride's honor. TWO WEDDINGS HELD AT CRESCO CHUKCHES CRESCO, April 12.--The marriage of Miss Stella. Mauer and Thomas Carolau of Bonair was read at the Assumption church, Cresco, by the pastor, the Rev. E. J. Dougherty. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirkpatrick, brother-in- law and sister of the bride. Another wedding took place the same day when Miss Margaret O'Brien and Frank Schroberl of near Cresco were married at Our Lady of Lourdes church in Paris township, southwest of Cresco, by the pastor, the Rev. F. J. Renier. They will live on a farm near Cresco. _*_ MINNESOTA COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES DECORAH, April 12.--The following marriage licenses have been issued to F. D. Scholt, 22, Sumner, and Emma Plcggenkuhle, 18, Hawkeye; Wallace J. Harris, 34, and Jessie Mae Hardy, 27, both of Minneapolis; H. Harris. 62, and Mary Russ, 53, both of Minneapolis. % What this land needs is the sound of the hammer on nails instead of reputations.--Kcssingcr's Review. Miss Ruth Swingen Presents Pianists Miss Ruth Swingen presented a group of piano pupils in recital Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Joe Robinson, 304 West State street Those who played included Ralph Scnensky,' Eileen Farrer, Helen and Mary Belberoff, Robert Lorenz, Ray Clough, Jr., Helen Wilts, Ida Learner, Benny Kitsis, Marilayne Brown, Ann Casey, Shirley Easton, Lois Easton, Bobby Powell, Sarane Robinson and Bonnie Lapln- er. _.;._ KOLLEK-SKATING PARTY HELD BY LEAGUERS About 30 members of the Wartburg Luther league of the St. James Lutheran church held a roller-skating party Wednesday evening. After several hours out of doors the group met indoors and skated. Maxine Hull was chosen the best skater. Mrs. 0. Mall sang "Rock Me to Sleep." Carlton Mall and Paul Gruggel, on roller skates, served the luncheon. Visitors included Mrs. O. Mall, Helene Helde- rich, Mildred Kluck, Faye Wiltse, Elizabeth Lauer, Maxine Hull and Otto Ben. A letter was read from the Hampton Luther league, inviting the local league to a bi-annual Luther league rally at Hampton May 6. MINNEAPOLIS COUPLES MARRIED AT DECORAH DECORAH, April 12.--In a double wedding ceremony involving father and son Wednesday, H. F. Barthell, justice of the peace at Decorah, united in marriage Wallace J. Harris and Jessie Mae Hardy, both of Minneapolis. They were attended by H. Harris and Mary Rus3, also of Minneapolis. Following the first ceremony, H. Harris and Mary Russ were united in marriage, their attendants being the newly married couple, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Harris. The two couples motored to Decorah from Minneapolis yesterday to have the ceremony performed. They are all residents of Minneapolis. Brisbane says fast travel peps you up, and it seems to work all right in Insull's case.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. The final test of patriotism is to love your country when it isn't pay-" ing you a profit.--Davenport Times. Safeguard lender jkins by Daily Use of CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT Never too young to start using Cuiicura SoapZSc. Ointment25and50e. JJJA Proprietora: Potter DrugChcm- Jf, teal Corporation, Maiden, Maas. y5z* The Most Sensational Dress Sale Ever H e l d ! « L C. CONN'S STOCK DRESSES PURCHASED FROM THE DISTRICT COURT at about 40c on the Dollar! This was one of Iowa City's foremost Dress Shops -- and in accordance with this magnificent Sale Event, we are including our own Betty Jane stock of New Spring Dresses at Sensational Cut Prices. Sale Begins FRIDAY Morning 9; WOMEN'S SILK DRESSES Pastel Shades Silks and Crepes Limited Number Values to $5.95 and up WHILE THEY LAST WOMEN'S SILK DRESSES Values to $9.90 New Styles New Colors All Sizes While They Last New Spring Sweaters Values to $2.95 Pastel Shades Beautifully Knitted FUR COATS $195 HUDSON SEAL COAT, Mink Trim $175 HUDSON SEAL COAT, Broadtail Trim $195 HUDSON SEAL, Broadtail-Squirrel Trim ... $225 BROADTAIL COAT, Platinum Fur Trim $150 BROADTAIL COAT, Muskrat Trim §200 Otter j»OQ CA $195 Beaver Seal Coat... tpJU.iJV Coat SMALL WOMEN, HURRY! ALL SIZE 16 S50 Black Coat, Badger Fur'Trim $12.95 $69.50 Brown Genuine Red Fox Fur Trim Coat $18.95 THE ABOVE COATS ARE AUL SIZE 16 $39.50 $39.50 $39.50 $39.50 $39.50 $39.50 ALL OF OUR DRESSES AND SUITS Previously Sold up to $19.90 95 SILK DRESSES! I SILK DRESSES Beautiful Crepes Different New Prints Pastel 95 $10 and $7.90 Val. Values to $12.90 Silks Crepes Prints Silhouette New All Kinds ALL OF OUR 85 A REAL BUY $2.85 HATS . EC as at 114 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. BETTY JANE DRESS SHOP STOCK ON SALE!

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