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March 23, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE _ ._^ -f~* ' ~ --~ ~~ ~ "-- -- ~ ~ - MARCH 23 M| 1931 MRS. CAMPBELL TO PUT NEW INTEREST .IN COOKING 28 Business Firms Will. Aid School Lecturer to Present New Cookery Methods at First Meeting. Business firms co-operating with the Globe-Gazette in sponsoring the cooking school to be held at the high school auditorium this week include: American Beet Sugar company, Blanchard's, Gurrie-Van Ness company, W: J. Daly company. Jacob E. Decker .and Sons, First National bank, Carl Grupp food market, Hathorn Auto company, Hermanson brothers dairy, E. B. Higley and company, Iowa State Brand creameries, Iowa Tea company, Kemble's greenhouse, Letts Spencer Smith company, D. K. Lundberg and company, Lyons Cleaners and Dyers, Manning Brothers/Mason City Baking company, Mason City Hardware c pany, the Merkel company, Michael Drug company, People's Gas and Electric company, Pfaff Baking company, Plymouth Co-Operative creamery, Sanitary .Dairy c o m p a n y , Tyler-Ryan Furniture company, Vance' Music company and Mier Wolf'and Sons. At the cooking school Misa Ruth Campbell- will demonstrate how cooking can be interesting. The four classes to be held this week are designed to make housework and the preparation of meals simpler and more fascinating. AH of the lectures will be held in the afternoon, beginning on Tuesday and continuing each day thru Friday afternoon. Coors will be open at 1 o'clock, and the actual demonstrations will start promptly'at 2 o'clock, after a musical program for the entertainment of the early comers. There will be no requirements for admission. Make Jt Interesting Althp cookery^ can be. made more interesting, Mrs. Campbey will not discuss housework and the daily · planning of menus as tho they were a merry round of short hours, free of mental and physical strain. Thru the presentation of latest methods she will perform 'a public-spirited service hi relieving the irksome phases of daily duties. ; The stage at the high school will be a colorful setting for the demonstration of labor-saving appliances and appointments for the kitchen and new ideas in table settings for the dining room. 'There will be new and interesting suggestions in the use of silverware, dinnerware and the application of color in linens, glassware and flowers. Attire to Be Discussed Another often neglected item in housework Js the matter of simple colorful attire. Mrs. Campbell emphasizes cheerful and self-respecting frocks as an aid to the housewife's state of mind. Trim house frocks are especially pleasing, economical and easily laundered in the home. Mrs. Campbell will demonstrate in these classes the -use of house frocks, uniforms and aprons, stressing garments comfortably loose, not too long and roomy enough to permit of easy steps about the house. An opportunity will be afforded each day of asking questions on the blanks to'be furnished at the hall. These blanks, arranged without name appearing, will be collected by the ushers and questions answered from the platform at each session. ^---:v- OI,SON-THEIJN A L G O N A, March 23--Mabel Thelin of Callendaf and Laurence Olson of Algona were married at Fort Dodge. The bride has been a nurse at the 'Kossuth hospital tha last two years. They will reside on Mr. Olson's farm south of Hobarton MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT -PRACTICAL PATTERN _ M U S I C · IK THE HOME PUTS SUNSHINE IN THE HEART - M U S I C CO. Invites You To Its FREE C O N C E R T Each Afternoon at the Globe-Gazette 1P.M. to 2 P. M. 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ANNE ADAMS Elegance is the keynote of the afternoon' mode, but with a simplicity that is unmistakable in its charm._ With ' the Easter season come luncheons, bridges and many social gatherings that require frocks, not too formal, yet! soft and sheer. Here is a model expressing the new mode in every line--tho draped neck, the gracefully flared sleeves and the cleverly styled side skirt godets. Tiny tucks at back neck and waistline hold fullness in proper-place and afford perfect fit. Pattern 2109 is charming fashioned of pastel printed, geofget, chiffon, Elizabeth crepe or flat crepe. · May be obtained only in sizes 16 IS, 20, 34, 36, 88, 40 and 42. Size 115 requires 4% yards of 39 inch material. ,, I No dressmaking experience is necessary to mako this model \vit!i our pattern. Yardage for every size, and simple, exact instructions are given. Send 15 cents' for each pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. v The new spring and summer pattern catalog features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kiddies' clothes, also delightful accessory patterns. Price of catalog 15 cents. Catalog with pattern, 25 cents. Address all mail and orders to Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth street New York City. 2109 BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mickey, 131 ast State street, returned Sunda rom Waukbn where they motore' Saturday to take their daughters Margaret and Dorothy, to spend tht spring vacation with grandparents and other relatives. * ·* , * Mr. and Mrs. William Garfin and Miss Dora Garfin, 807 Pennsylvania venue northeast, and Miss Hessie Teplin of Winnipeg, Canada, drove to Chicago Sunday to spend a few days. * 4 * Rudolph Garfin arrived-Salurday evening to spend the spring vacation with his father, Sam Garfin, 408 Madison avenue southwest. Ho is a student , at the University of 'Minnesota. » ; li ,, V " " · * * * , j Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Schneller of Osceola and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Skrout of Des Moines spent Sunday with their nephew, Raymond Hughes, who is a patient in the Park hospital. Miss Dorothy Rogers and Ethel Hanson, teachers in the Marble Rock school, spent the week-end at Miss Roger's home, 801 North Federal avenue. » * » Bob Bost, son of Mr. and Mrs. M A. Bost, 322 Carolina avenue southeast, is spending the spring vacation with hia parents. He is a stu : dent at the University of Minnesota. * ' * * William Bartmess, University of Iowa student, visited over the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bartmess, 722 Madison avenue northwest. He drove to Muson City with William Hageboeck who visited at the W. E. Gildne? home, 217 Fifth street northwest over Sunday. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Artemas Browu Marjory and Jay, 224 Ninth street northwest, spent the week-end in Des Moines. · » * « Miss Wanda Briar," 226 Seventh street northeast, is spending the spring vacation with Miss Marguerite Briar oi Manly. * * . * Dr. Darell Lynbarger of Clariori visited Sunday at the home of and Mrs. Asa Leroy Briar, 226 Seventh street northeast. * · * * Miss Elizabeth Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walker, 18 Tenth street northwest; and Miss Mary Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Gould, 801 Washington avenue northwest, have been Mated ' Into Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at the University of Iowa. Miss Gould was recently elected treasurer of the Y. W. C. A. at the university. * * * Mrs. Cora Crittenden and Mrs. Grace Law, Eadmar hotel, and Misa Anna Crawford, 123 Fifth street northwest, drove to Waterloo Sunday where they visited friends. * * * Curtis Friesner, who is working in Minneapolis, spent Saturday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Friesner, 114 Fourth street northwest. #' * * Miss Helene Bright, teacher at Spencer, is spending a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs B. I. Bright, 1104 West State street. Mrs. Bright, who has been seriously ill in Nora Springs, is convalescing at her home. * *- * Edward and Jane Patton have left for Bristow where -they will visit their grandparents, the B. H " and the E. A; Patton families. Mrs. S. V. German, 624 Sixth street southeast,' and Mrs. M. A Bost, 322 Carolina avenue southeast, are In Chicago where Mrs German is attending the convention of the general governing board of the Milwaukee Women's club. * * * Ed Peake, Jr., is home from Iowa State college at Ames and is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Peake, 303 ·Second street southeast. * * * Miss Augusta Kramer, supervisor at the Park hospital, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer of Woden. ., * * * Miss Mary Barrett who teaches near Mason. City spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Miss Gertrude Bode of Woden. · · * * ' · * · . Miss Evelyn , Brubak and ; Obert Whitis, 225 Fourteenth . :street southeast, are spending their week's vacation with relatives and friends in Chicago. * * * . Miss Ann Hebel, 213 Fifth street northwest, has returned from Garner where she visited friends over Sunday. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buchanan and daughter, Eileen, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hunt and. daughter, Betty Helen, have returned from Oelwein where they spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bohansen, parents of Mrs. Buchanan and Mrs. Hunt. * * * Misa : Irene Miller, daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Frank Miller, 1112 Twelfth street northeast, has returned to Waterloo after spending the week-end with her parents'. She was accompanied by Miss Blanche Mowry. They are teachers in the Waterloo schools. SLUMBER PARTY HELD TO HONOR TWO GUESTS The Misses Dorothy and Edythe Kropman entertained 12 guests at their home, 325 Seventh street northwest, at a slumber party Saturday evening in honor of Miss Frances Dormedy, who will leave shortly for Des Moines to take up her new position and Miss Hessie Teplia of Winnipeg, Canada. The affair was concluded at a 9 o'clock breakfast Sunday morning. · cereal in soups? Yes! '-JUST sprinkle in some Kellogg's Rice Krispies next time you have soup. Adds the flavor ofjtoasted rice. Delicious! . Rice Krispies are the "different" cereal. So crisp they crackle in milk or cream. Wonderful for breakfast, lunch or supper. Order a red-and-green package. At grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Greek. RICE KRISPIES Nationwide Celebration to Be Held Special.Program Arrange for Banquet at ' Y.W:C.A. The business girls' banquet to h held Tuesday evening at the Y. W C. A, will be a part of an interna tlonal observation of business gir. night. The celebration of this even has been popular since 1927 when was begun and this year there wi be'more than 250 associations par ticipating. In the Philippines a breakfast i being held instead of a banquet s that the time will nearly correspon to the time of the banquets in th United States. ' Mrs. B. A. Herrick of Red Wing Minn., will speak on "Personalit as a Means of Turning Dreams Int Action." Mrs. Fred Tuhjjesing wi give the invocation. .Miss Hele: Barclay will sing "Roses and You and "An Open Secret." The Business "and Professiona Women's glee club will sing "Thank Be to God" and "The Nightingale. There will be IB, "Liza Jane" ta dance by Viola Morphew am Gweneth Holub and the T. N. T.' will show motion pictures. ·Reservations are being taken a the Y..W. C. A. until Tuesday noon The affair will be'at 6:30 o'clock. The affair is for all business girla who are interested. Social Calendar Notices for the' social calendar published Saturday must reach the Globe-Gazette before Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. No notices will be accepted Saturday. Additions to the daily calendar should be phoned in before 10 o'clock of the day they arc to appear. This rule has bccn^made to facilitate the handling of the calendar. MONDAY M. W. A.-- 7r30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Ladies of tho Orient-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. Drama Shop Players-, 8 o'clock, Drama Shop. L,. S. Bridge club-8 o'clock, Miss Agnes Dormedy, 1301 President avenue northwest TUESDAY Matinee Muslcale-- Mrs. Enoch A. Norem, 3 Willow drive, current events, Misg Ruth ..Stevens, '"peFaUa,! 1 "Mrs.- C. G. J Maudsley, Mrs'.'. J. El" Stinetiart.'" Young Married Folks' class-6:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., contest Wa-Tan-Yc-12:15 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Tuesday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Triple S Tearoom, Mrs. E. W. Schilling, hostess. Priscilla club-1 o'clock, Mrs. W. J. Tuttle, 724 Jersey avenue southeast. Clio club-Mrs. E. S. Selby, 801 Adams ave- nuo northwest. · Women's Relief corps-2:30 o'clock, courthouse assembly. Presbyterian Seniors-7 o'clock, 6hurch, treasure hunt. T. N. T.-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Women of Mooseheart legion-7:45 o'clock, Eagles hall.' Milwaukee Women's club-7:30 o'clock, clubrooms. MATINEE MUSICALE TO MEET TUESDAY Members of the Matinee Musicals will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Enoch A. Norem,- 3 Willow drive. Miss Ruth Stevens will give current events and Mrs." C. G. Maudsley and Mrs. J. E. Stinehart will have the lesson on "DeFalla." Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less Money Since 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Juniors and Misses NEW FROCKS The Smart Young Set Will Delight in Choosing From This New Collection. 15°° New Prints and Plain Crepes and Chiffons . . . Cocktail Coat Gowns . . . J a c k e t Frocks . . . . Charming New Color Contrasts, Pastel Shades. Skipper and Black and White . . . Captivating models for every occasion in sizes 12 to 20. In March Smart Women Prepare For Easter Now Less Than Two Weeks Away HOME OF ROTHMOOR COATS ' Wholesome 9 9 0 ) So Good I From the standpoints of nutrition and popularity Ice Cream is a major food. For this reason E B · Higley Co. has successfully striven to make an ice cream that is not only supremely delicious but also the essence of purity and healthfulness. * Mason City pays daily tribute to LUXUS Ice Cream perfection. Try a quart for dinner tonight--you'll be pleased and charmed with its delightful flavor. sk. Mrs. Ruth Campbell recommends IA1XUS Ice Crcnm as Health Food at tho Globe-Gazette She will tell you why Ice Cream Is beneficial, to your health. FOOD I E. B. Higley Co. Manufacturers of LUXUS Ice Cream Phone 115-116

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