The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1944 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
February 25, 1944

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

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Friday, February 25, 1944
Page:
Page 6
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

6 Friday, Feb. 85, 1»44 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE V Mink Dress! Relax, It's in a Dream B; DOKOTHT ROE AP Fashion Editor New York--"California can't hope' to compete with New York as a world fashion center, and movie styles are mostly spinach." These fightin' words come not from a movie-hating, dyed in the wool New Yorker, not from a member of Grover Whalcn's world fashion center committee, not even . from a Fifth avenue fan. The speaker is the head fashion designer for Paramount Pictures. And if you don't believe it, I have witnesses. The historic statement was made the other day by Edith Head, here in connection with the premiere of, the Ginger Rogers picture, "Lady in the Dark." Miss Head, a pint-size firebrarid with jet black hair and indignant . black eyes which she hides behind enormous dark glasses, figuratively spat on her hands and spoke: "I'm sick and tired of New York reporters and fashion editors looking down their noses as they comment loftily on movie fashions. I want to make it clear here and now that'the'clothes designed for movies are'not, never were and never will be.meant for general consumption. ' "They are designed for a specific star and a particular story, and they aren't intended as creations for the populace. ·/ "That's why I say California can't hope for recognition as a fashion center; We have only two real designers out there--studio designers don't count." ': Having delivered herself of this blast, Miss Head took a quick sip of black coffee, and continued: : "I know you're going to ask me about that mink evening gown Ginger Rogers wears in the picture. Well, I think it would be just as terrible as you think it would be if all ihe women in the country suddenly turned up wearing mink evening gowns. ".That gown was created as a - sort of dream costume--the' sort of thing a 'lady in the dark',would visualize as the climax of a fantasy. As a matter of fact, i didn't design it. There has been too much snickering going on about it--as if all you superior New Yorkers 'thought Hollywood designers had at last gone completely berserk. ./"Well, it's a circus dress. It's supposed to be fabulous and fantastic. And it isn't supposed to be copied by Gertie the typist or even Mrs. Richwitch." Miss' Head admits that in one class California designers excel-that's in the realm of sports clothes. She says: . -.'· ''California sports clothes are absolutely ,' tops.- You can't;- beat y them. But you can't build a fashion industry on -sports clothes alone. "No, I thing New York is the logical fashion capital of the world. I think New York will remain the center of style even after, the war. And more power to it!" "T Miss Head has been designing movie fashions practically all her life, except for a few early years as a school teacher. She likes.her work, and she can laugh at ft in all the right places. ·L.-.:. ,'1 hope," she remarked as I said eoodby, "that the California Chamber of Commerce doesn't get wind , of this." Meat and Fat Scraps Saved in Special Container for Salvage -- * · _ : ~ - ··· * / : ----,--: L^_ ^ TO WED MASON CITYAN-Mr. and 'Mrs. William Thomas Goodwin of Iowa City announce the engagement and approaching roar- to Lt Kobert W- Green, "son of Miss Goodwin received her B. A. degree from the University of fT'n a £ u e 'S II ?J )er ' 194 3 ' ma J9 rin g in dietetics, and is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Lt. Green who was graduated from Mason City high school and junior college, received his B. A. degree from the University of -Iowa in December, 1942, with a major in European history He is a r member of Sigma Chi fraternity. Lt. Green, is stationed at North Camp Hood, TeS., and the couple will live at Gatesville, Tex., for the present. Thpmpson-Nehring Nuptials Are Held Forest City--Word has been received here of the marriage of Miss Margaret Nehring, daughter of Mrs. Anna Nehring, and Phillip Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Thompson, all of Forest City,\ at Lancaster, Mo., on Feb. 10. They are. making their home in Kansas City where Mr. Thompson/is. employed, t , · i · 'Mrs. Thompson is a graduate of the Forest City high school, was employed in the N. T. Thurstoh real estate office Bere before her marriage. He is also a graduate of the local schools and entered the tT. S. navy in 1939. He was placed in a hospital corps unit and took part in the original landing on Guadalcanal. He returned from the South Pacific last summer and was given a medical discharge from the service. He has been in Kansas City since December. --o-Punctuation is not required in Chinese. . What Constipation Does to Children Many children get cranky moody . . . listless and tired don't feel like eating, because of simple constipation. They need t h e i r bowels cleared." And, mother, here's a wonderful way' to help relieve your child of these distressing symptoms.' Give him y J c k 1 a x, the new laxative made especially for children aged 1 to 12. This marvelous, tested child laxative, perfected by the Makers of famous Vicks VapoRub helps quickly but gently--without pain- or ful griping, without weakening after-effects. You'll be delighted with the way your child responds to easy- to-give, easy-to-take Vicklax . . . delighted, too. with the ready - measured Vicklax envelopes that'help avoid harmful overdosing. He'll love ,to take Vicklax .-- you'll love to give it. No fuss or struggle. Use as directed. Buy Vicklax today at any drug store. VICKLAX Gaaranleed br Ihe Makers of Vicks V»poBub FR1DAY Pleasant Ridge club-Mr. and Mrs. John Heinselman Kill Kare Klub-Postponed. Joint Labor Legislative committee 7:30, Labor temple. ^ P. T. A. Safety Course--. ^7:30 p. m: at Y. M. C. A. banquet room.. . . . · . · ' · · . v?. SATURDAY -· Browning society-6, Adams home, 680 East State. '" --o-- ·-- Miss Edith Johnson Weds Frank Neuman Bancroft--Miss Edith Johnson o£ Thompson, daughter of Theodore Johnson of 'Racine, Minn. became the bride -of Frank Neuman on Feb. 21 in St. John's church. The Rev. H. V. Wefmer performed the ceremony. The couple was attended by Mrs. Betty Simmons, niece of the bride, and Lawrence Lappe, brother-in-law of the ibridegroom. After the ceremony a weddinif breakfast was served at the Harold Lappe home and at noon a dinner at the Joe Neuman home to a group · of relatives and friends. Mr. arid Mrs. Neuman left on a wedding trip and after March 1 will be at home on the bridegroom's farm. ATHENIAN CLUB MEETS AT DEYOES Athenian club met Thursday afternoon at the home' of Mrs. S. C. Deyoe, 33 Eiver heights. Current events were given by Mrs. E E Fleming and the lesson, led by Miss Margaret Kelly, included the biographies of Cordell Hull and Gen. George C. Marshall. Ms;. R. E. Sizer .led in community sing- Accompanied by Mrs. Deyoe w$Q Pkase return empty Coca-Cola bottles to your dealer. W b * ttef; y0 ° r dealer needs em P«V ^a-CoIa bottles. There ptarty ef Coca-Cola boWe, IF they are kept moving. Won't you please return empty better *"' *" credit °° lo'mto imo» AUTHORITY or m COCA-COU colour »T , MASON CITY COCA-COLA BO1TLING CO. *£* · 1800 Garbage Can Not So Full in Wartime On the kitchen stove,'or on the nearby kitchen table, in a convenient place, install a container for meat arid fat scraps. Drop in every particle of meat, skin, bone and fat you discard while preparing food, the skimmings from stews and soups while cooking, and the skillet scrapings and the panbroiler drippings afterward. After meals add the fat and bones left oh the family 'plates. True, this thrifty procedure will jheat the garbage pail, but it will reveal conclusively how much leftover use'd kitchen fat you actually have for salvage,, even in these days of rationed meat. , The garbage pail merits slim pickings today. It has always fared too well in" the American home because of priority in position. Conveniently near the sink or stove, it is always at hand ready to receive any and all offerings. As science improved.its construction, making it larger, easier to open, and more pleasing ito the eye, it continued to draw business steadily until the" war. ' Today a well filled carbage can no credit to : any housekeeper, but one harboring any used fat, unsightly, burned, or s m e l l y though that fat may be, is an evidence you are not co-operating entirely in the war effort Any leftover used fat has salvage value and is the source' of the glycerine so vitally needed for ammunition, medicines and other war and civilian uses. So install today a can for used fats and meat scraps as a rival to the garbage can. Keep it in the same place. Into it drop every scrap of meat, bone or vegetable fat left from cooking. When this can is full, melt down the contents all at one time. When you have a pound can of melted fat, take it to the meat dealer and collect your cash as well as extra ration points for your thrift. Above all, have the satisfaction of knowing you are helping your country by returning to our national economy a product that is vitally needed today. A , product which is wasted unless you, in your kitchen, save it, and return it for service. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Ralph Tieche has arrived from Fort Sill, Okla., for a 2,weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Marston, 424 6th N. W. Her husband, Lt. Tieche, who is an instructor at Fort Sill is spending his leave with his family in Lansing, Mich. Arthur S. Kinney of Chicago is visiting at the home of'his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kinney, 222 West State. JUNE STOLTENBERG HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. Claus J. Carstens of, Burchinal was hostess at a linen shower at her home complimenting her niece, June Stoltenberg, who will become the bride of George W. Killough, U. S. N., in the near Juture. Guests were entertained by a mock wedding and a contest was held with the prize going to Mrs, Anna 7 Carstens. Refreshments were served, the color scheme of pink and blue being carried out. Miss Stoltenberg received a number of gifts. DO-A-LOT CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Do-a-Lot club was entertained at the home of Mrs. A.- J. Thomas, 1530 Delaware S. E., with 5 guests present. The time was spent sewing and a gift was presented to Mrs. Larry Young. A box was sent to Pvt. Melviti A. Nelson. The club voted to do Red Cross work. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Lola Sawtelle. --o-MCKINLEY DIVISION CONDUCTS MEETING , McKinley division of- the U. S. W. met at the' school Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Alfred Oliver presiding. The time was spent making blocks for quilts and cutting feathers for fracture pillows. The next meeting will be Feb. 28 at 1 o'clock with Mrs. Oliver. Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. H. L. Leake will attend the McKinley P. T. A. meeting Feb. 29 to tell about the U. S. W. work. BIRTHDAY PARTY AT ROOSEVELT ' · Richard Ho well who attends the Roosevelt kindergarten was given a surprise birthday party there by* his grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Mae Wright, assisted by his' teacher. Miss Mamie DrSblow. The children sang "Happy Birthday." The honoree was 6 years old and received a number of gifts during the day. ' \ M A C E ' S Smith Optical Co. I Following the presentation of the flag Mrs Troop members were hostesses to their parents Juliette Gordon. Low, founder of the Girl Scout themselv Ved refresllments which included cookfes they' "baked to right in the back row are Mrs. Harry D. Makeever troop Fick, scout executive; Mrs. Irvin C. Hanson, assistant A T - * T , second row . left * right, are Scouts Lavonne Grouette, Nita Deck, Delores Beale, -Dolores Cline, Sally McConnell, Viola Anderson, Fineda Borger and Deon Johnston and in the first row Eyonka Staynoff, Mary Ellen Reip, Carol Sibert, Ramona Johnson, Viola Pathoulas, Beverly Bramhall, Joyce Makeever, Huth Lindsay and Ardy the -Miles. In the chair is Arm Geddes. The troop committee is made up of Mrs. J. B. Deck, Mrs M C Miles, Mrs. J. D. Lindsay, Mrs. John McConnell, J H Geddes and Grover Reip. Mrs. George E. Rowse assisted in the servin" of the refreshments. (Lock photo) \in New London*. Conn, MRS. MacQUATTERS Mrs. Mary Burgess of "New London,' Conn., announces the marriage of her daughter, Agness Ann, to Mac J. Mac- Quatters, seaman 1/c, U. S' navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. MacQuatters, 1021 1st N. W., performed at the First Baptist^ church in New London, Conn. Feb. 19. The bride wore a wine colored velvet suit for the ceremony and had a corsage of gardenias. After a wedding trio to-Boston, Mass., the couple" will live in New London where he is stationed. He was employed by the Globe-Gazette before his enlistment in the navy, the. first "in Iowa to enlist in the IT year old class. He was stationed 2 years at Coco Solo, Canal Zone, and was then transferred last May to New London. , The bride was graduated from the New London high school in 1942. The natives of E s t o n i a are mainly of Finno-Ugrian stock and are related to the Finns and Hungarians. Buy War Savings Bonds and Quh at Y W P A Stamps from your Globe-Gazette ^ luu al *·· '' · V-- rt. carrier boy. 2082 SIZES 10-43 APPLIQUE 11215 There's nothing more flattering than a streamlined jumper with an unusual neckline cut to show your pretty blouses, and trim lines designed to show your pretty figure. Nb. 20B2 in size 16 requires for jumper, 2«. yd. 39-in. fabric; for long sleeved blouse, 2 yd. 39-in. fabric. Applique Pattern''No. 11215 is a separate pattern. Send 16c lor each PATTERN, Print your name, address and style number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. The Spring Fashion Book is now ready. Illustrates 175 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early, 15c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. A d d r e s s Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St New York, 11, N. Y. Pot Luck Luncheon Held by Newcomers About 53 members and guests attended the meeting'of the Newcomers club Thursday afternoon at the Y. \V. C. A. After a pot luck- luncheon, a short business session was conducted. . New members_and guests were introduced, the guests being Mrs. Virgil Holtschlau of Grand Rapids, Mich., Mrs. R. E. Jones of Rock Springs, Wyo., and Mrs. Mary Meyer of Oelwein. Miss Edna Pyle and Mrs. E. R. Dunlop of the Y. M. C. A. were also introduced Cards were played with prizes going to Mrs. C. L. Hoffman, contract; Mrs. J. D. Dick, auction, and Mrs. Bert Shook, 500. --o-BANCROFT COUPLE KILL BE MARRIED Bancroft--The banns of matrimony were published in St, Johns Catholic church between Ruth M a r y Anndorfer and Arthur Menke. A HUIBVB SORETHROAT *Mteac«M...letaEttIi VapoRub melt * +m A in your mouth ^^f · \ ... works few! W V A P THE SAFEST AND BEST INVESTMENT BUY WAR BONDS WATOHES fUancharcCa DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE · CLARION MEMBERS AT G. I A. SHEETING G. I. A. to B. of L. E. met Thursday in Moose hall and Mrs. Agnes Churchill was transfered f r o m Palm division 427 to Wild Rose division 466. Guests from Clarion, present at the meeting ,were Mrs. Lillian Nelson, president; Mrs. Gertrude Eldhan, vice president; Mrs. Maude Weber; treasurer; Mrs. Clara Mulhern, secretary; Mrs. Hazel Whitaker," insurance secretary. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Marybelle Schmitz and Mrs. Gertrude Johnson. The next meeting will be March 9. -- o -Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Music Club Federation Has Contest Announcement of the extension .of the closing date of the National Federation of Music Clubs contest for the $2,000 in war bonds offered by Donald Voorhees, musical conductor, for the amateur musical programs most effectively serving the war effort was made Friday by Mrs. Ada Holding - Miller of Providence, H. I, chairman of the war service department of the · Federation, under whose auspices the contest is conducted. Instead of closing April 1, as was originally contemplated, the contest will continue until May 15, to afford opportunity for the inclusion of special programs offered by federated music clubs at state conventions, the majority of which are held in March and April. · Mrs. Miller also . made public the names of tile 4 distinguished judges who will decide which pro* grams deserve the 28 awards ranging-from $500 to $25 offered by Mr. Vborhees. On the panel are Dorothy Dunbar Bromley, editor of the women's activities page-of the New York' Sunday -Heiaid- Tribune; Harry Bruno, public; relations -counselor and author ol "Wings Over America"; Dr. Howard Hanson, director of the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.' Y-; and Howard Barlow, conductor and former musical director of the Columbia Broadcasting System. A representative of the Federation's war' service committee will meet with the judges. Programs submitted will ,be adjudged for their musical Content, for any human interest angle surrounding the circumstances of their presentation, and for tangible evidence of their furtherance of the war-effort either in sums of money, raised or in comfort and cheer brought to the armed forces' through the medium of music. ws0m 0utin faint gay as a garden I \ il you must wear women's sizss faul won't wear women's styles!" Spini-liSting suit dress puts you in a gay mood for spring. Slimming lines perk up.your ego You'll love Ihe soft dressmaker details of the shoulder. . the youthful roll collar, .the sparkling while print on the dark ground. Wear it now to "pick up" your furs then nght into the summer as a suit 517.95

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page