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March 27, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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ANNUAL Hazel Kimm Named Head of Students X Awards Made During Assembly Conducted at Hamilton School Miss Hazel Kimm of Northwood is the new president of the Hamilton School of Commerce student body, Miss Jean Cadwell of Mason City, chairman of the program committee, and Miss Sylvia Faude of Fond du Lac, Wis., chairman of the social committee, as a result of the school election held at Uamiltons. At an assembly at the Hamilton School of Commerce, penmanship awards were presented to Ethel Conners of Sheffield and Dorothy Timmerman of Riceville. Miss Conners 1 award was for showing the greatest improvement in penmanship, and Miss Tim merman's for having the best signature. The judging was done by Mr. Tambyn of Kansas City. Felt shields in school'colors and bearing the letters HSC were presented to the members of the journalism group as a token of recognition for their services. The shields were x given to Margaret Nelson, Algona; Paul Ashland Clear Lake; Glen Buchanan, Mason City; Terscel Drury, Swale- dale; Sylvia Faude, Fond du Lac Wis.; Don Gish, Rockford; Elizabeth Graham, Mason City; Rudy Richards, Manly; Gertrude mis- sell. New Hampton. Nine persons were also presented with filing certificates issued pyjhe library bureau of the Remington Hand company for the 20- hour course. There nine were Helen Coyle, Ackley; Irene Downs Greene; Nettie Graves, Marbie Rock; Era Huber, Meltonville- Lucille Klein, Ackley; Luella Knowles,, Manley; Boris Postma Ackley; Gertrude Russell, New Hampton; Edna Tweed, Joice Gertrude Russell of New Hampton and Sylvia Faude of Fond du Lac, Wis., announced that the winner of the song title contest was Jeanne Hansen of Manly MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1939 To Be Given at Y, MRS. W. W. REMINGTON Miss Hansen was presented a prize. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT ALGONA ALGONA -- Marriage licenses issued in Kossuth county during the past week-were to Gunnard S. Felberg, 21, and Violet A Cudiy, 18, St. Paul; Elwood Savage, 25, and Irene Moore, 19, both of Mankato Minn.; K. Vavour Johnson 26, Lafayette, and Zoe B. Colin, 23, St. Paul, Minn.; John A. Murphy, 27, Big Fork, Minn and Adel Kelm, 22, Grand Hapids Mich.; Donald E. Meyer, 23, Fairmont, Minn., and Alice ' Armstead, 20, Madelia Minn. Current Events, Drama Groups Plan Tuesday Meetings Woman's club members will have two departmental meetings on Tuesday with Mrs. W. W. Remington of Minneapolis lecturing before the current events department in the afternoon at 1:30 o clock, and the drama department having a meeting in the morning at 10 o'clock. The drama department's program is based on the reading of plays and will be conducted in the manner of a roundtable with Mrs. Curtis Amen presiding. Mrs. Lloyd Hoberts will open the discussion with the value of reading plays, touching upon the play, "Of Mice and Men," by Steinbeck. Mrs. Robert Glazer will discuss the plays of George Bernard Shaw and Ibsen in the light of reading value. Miss Eleanor McLaughlin will review "The Masque of Kings" by Maxwell Anderson and 'Mrs. Draper Long will review Robert Sherwood's present Broadway success, "Abe Lincoln in Illinois." Mrs. Remington, whose popularity with Woman's club audiences in Mason City has continued steadily during the years she has been coming here, has chosen for Wh tOPi ° ".9" 1 ' Fore '£n Policy- Mrs. Remington is widely read and widely traveled and her comments on present day situations have a background of fact gleaned at first hand. Mrs. Remington appeared before the Woman's club at its November general "meeting in a lecture on Mexico. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT CLARION CLARION -- Marriage licenses were issued in Wright county to Don Woods, 26, and Margaret J Turk, 22, both of Clarion; and George L. McAlpine, 26 and Bernice B. Klingbeil, 32, both of Waverly. ROTHMOOR COATS They all havesucKan easy, carefree drape --whether they're for dress, travel or sport. That takes rare quality and needling--the Rothmoor kind. You'll find 1939 style at its smartest right here--in the scores and scores of Rothmoor coats ready to crovoka ·your most lavish superlatives. Other Kolhmoor coats S25 fo $55 Dflmorvs SECOND FLOOR ---u-- Mr. and Mrs. Monsen, Married Fifty Years, Observe Anniversary BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. M. Monsen celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday with a dinner served at the Lutheran church immediately after the morning services by the Ladies aid to many friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Monsen's five children were all present for the day. They are Martin of Rake Sarah of Detroit, Mich., Randolph of Huron, S. Dak., Ann of Chicago and Helen at home. Open house was held at the Monsen home from 3 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon and many relatives and friends called. The couple received gifts and cards of congratulation and one of the most prized was a remembrance from friends in Norway. COUPLES LICENSED AT NORTHWOOD NORTHWOOD -- Marriage licenses were issued to Edward J Anderson and Iva Flanagan, both of Albert Lea; Donald McCulIem and Patricia Ford, both of Minneapolis; Andrew Zgodava, Minneapolis, and Vera Wells, Anoka Minn.; Homer J. Martin and Estelle M, Brasted, both of St Paul; Leo-J. Reimers, Millville, Minn., and Genevieve L. Tavlor Lake City, Minn.; Donald L! Tompkins and Dorothy M. Han- T 0n 'n^, ^ ° £ Minn eapolis; Robert J. Mitchell, Chicago, and Ellen Turnquist Minneapolis; 'Luman Jensen Albert Lea, and Roberta Conn Ellendale, Minn.: Leo Mack and Lillian Iverson, both of St 4 Day Course Opening Set for Tuesday Miss Ann Kingsley Arrives to Conduct Classes in Cooking Excuse us if we do a bit of raving! We've just had a good look at the program of "Foods of the Hour," the Globe-Gazette cooking school, which will be presented at the high school auditorium beginning Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and ,we can't help being enthusiastic! Have we got something! We think we've about everything in the way of "good eats." The fine array of tantalizing, appetizing dishes .Miss Ann Kingsley has lined up for her demonstrations during the four days has us all agog with pleasant anticipation. Would you like a glimpse of these "coming attractions?" Improve oh Old We scarcely know where to begin in telling you about them. There are dishes for your most special, dinner party, and there are others for hurry-up meals for the family. There are new dishes, and there are improvements on old favorites. Roasts and chops and steaks, pies and cakes and salads a dazzling variety of fine foods We might tell you about a new kind of lamb chops,--which proves there is something new under thes un, after all. Or we might start off with an old favorite like country-fried steak,-cooked the way mother used to tox it down on the farm! Culinary Expert Inspects New Car From Deep South From the "deep south" comes a Dijue pecan pie, which is one of the star "numbers" on the program. We're looking forward, too to cranberry fritters. Thick cranberry sauce is dipped in flour and batter, then dropped into the hot fat. It sounds wonderful But we are told that "Foods of the Hour" is more than a miscellaneous assortment of recipes good as they are. While it includes scores of grand dishes it is a carefully planned program of instruction in the basic principles of cooking. The recipes chosen are not only good in themselves, but each illustrates a method of cook'"8- That makes the program as valuable as a college course in home economics. Selectinsr Meals Miss Kingsley, who is a member of the staff of the National T -"~ .Stock and ;Mcat Board, important · -information Miss Dorothy Heald, inspecting the new on the John Gallagher, Inc., gara^ as chauffeur In the Pontiac and Mr. Sanborn (Photo by Lock ) - thC ^-Gazette «°W auditorium is shown with her assistant, V ? £? en ndlng with S!d Sanborn o£ n e ht - «re Mass Kingsley, Miss Heald, IF YOU FEEL SUNK Read thfs and cheer up New Costume Jewelry · lockets · bracelets · rings · clips · pins · cameos ALL FOR WATCHES oloneharcto DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE Live v ..u n o r m a o n about the selection and preparation of the various- cuts of meat. bhe explains the various cooking methods, roasting, broiling braising, stewing, cookins in water, -and shows which method is preferred for each cut. For instance, the old English roast beef with Yorkshire pudding on the opening program, illustrates the right method of roasting. Miss Kingsley places it in the oven m the right way, ribs form'"2 a rack, fat side uppermost so that no basting will be necessary no water added, pan uncovered. She shows the correct temperature and length of roasting time m order that the meat may be juicy and tender. At each session a different kind of roast is featured. There is a leg 01 Jamb, loin of pork, a veal shoulder (veal presents a -special prob- em in roasting), ham and meat loaf. Correct methods of broiling are illustrated by chops, steaks patties, mixed grill, etc. Then there are pot-roasts and stews, and foods cooked in deep fat, as well as cakes, pies, biscuits, salads vegeiables and fruits. There is a different kind of cake and of pie on each program. Pie mixture and biscuit mixtures are prepared to help busy housewives. Recipe for Each Dish Accurate, clearly-worded recipes are given for each dish so that the average homemaker can duplicate them in her own kitchen. Even the beginning cook can follow these directions with success. There are also suggestions for menus of dinners and luncheon planned about these cooking school dishes. ' 0 ' 1 . a single session of .. e sesson o this fine school. There's something new and instructive featured each day. There is no charge for the school. We cordially invite you to come as our guest. r-^L" 1 ^. c °-°P erat 'ng with the Globe-Gazette in sponsoring the cooking school are the Amcrican- 5? I SuBar com Pany, Bianch- ards Jewelry, Ciorox Chemical company, (Ciorox), Currie-Van Ness company, D. K. Lundberg and company, Damon's Shoe department, Engler Drug company, trait Dispatch company, (Bananas), Iowa State Brand Creameries Inc.,. Iowa Tea company, J. C Puth company, John Gallagher Inc., Kemble's Greenhouse Kenyon's Cheese store, Klipto Loose Leaf company, La Choy Food ^"cjf. Inc., (La Choy Chinese Food Products), Lever Brothers company (Rinso), Lyons Cleaners, Launderers and Furriers, Mason City Coca-Cola Bottling company Mier Wolf and Sons, National Biscuit company (Shredded Wheat, Ritz and Premium crackers) Northwest Savings Bank, Peoples Gas and Electric com- P?"^ p faff Baking company, Pillsbury Flour Mills company (PUlsbury's Best Flour), Salada Tea company, Inc. (Salada Tea), Ralph S. Shepherd, S. S. Kresge company (25c to' $1 store), the Cumalene company (Climalene), the Merkcl company, Vance Music company and Western Grocer com- I pany. Miss Rouse Is Married at Ayrshire Mason Cityan Bride of Franz Aldinger at Church Ceremony The Methodist Episcopal church at Ayrshire was the scene of a double ring ceremony Sunday when Miss Margie Rouse of Mason City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Rouse of Ayrshire, became the bride of Franz Aldinger son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Aldinger of Alexander. Miss Velma Rouse of Minneapolis, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and the bridegroom was attended by his brother, Rex of Alexander. "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" was played bj Miss Irene Shaffer of Emmetsburg, for the processional. Mrs Forest Rouse sang "Sweet as the Song." The Rev. Mr. Buckwalter of Lohrville officiated, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Braberg of Ayrshire The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a navy blue suit with white accessories. The bridesmaid was also in navy blue with fuschia accessories. Ushers were Raymond House of Ayrshire, brother of the bride and Jerry Beanan of Alexander. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony with 60 relatives and friends attending. Refreshments were served by 20 girl cousins of the bride. There were a number of out of town relatives and friends present for the event including Mr and Mrs. M. H. Nicol, Mr. and Mrs F M. Humphrey and son, Dallas, and the Misses Mary Chuick, Elaine Howard, Myrna LaRue and Leone Shaffer, a!l of Mason City. --o-Rainbow Girls Plan for Annual School of Instruction Here The Mason City Rainbow Girls will hold their annual school of instruction meeting Wednesday at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Ethel Ballard, West Union, will be present to instruct the girls in their work, which will consist of marching, balloting and the initiatory- work. Miss Maxine Hull, worthy advisor, and Mary Gourley, faith, will have charge of the meeting All members of the Order of the Eastern Star, Masonic lodge, and Rainbow Girls have been invited. Charles City and Ft. Dodge Rainbow Assemblies have been invited to attend the meetings. The afternoon session will begin at 1:30 and the evening session will begin at 7;30 o'clock. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES ALLISON -- Marriage licenses were issued here to Ray Noelting 29, Dumont, and Elizabeth Mae Hovenga, 22, Ackiey; and to Earl William Schrage, Greene, and ilaurine Evelyn A n d e r s o n Clarksville, legal age. WALLPAPER SALE OOl DISCOUNT ON ALL J J 3 1338 WALLPAPERS JOTWEII BUNTS! ·Wholesale-Retail? Social Calendar MONDAY R. B. Bridgre club-7 o'clock, Jefferson amber room, dinner and bridge Dorothy Wright, hostess. M. W. A.-7:30 o'clock. Moose hall. Delta Theta Chi-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Beta Sigma Phi-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Daughters of Veterans-7:45 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms, installation and initiation. TUESDAY Baplist Y. W. A-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. C. Sullivan, 1307 Pennsylvania a v e n u e southeast Drama department-10 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., forum on playreading. Wa-Tan-Ye dab-12 o'clock, Hotel Kanford. E. T. W. club-1 o'clock, Martha Ferman, 28 Thirteenth street northeast, pot luck luncheon. Current Events department-1:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. W. W. Remington. Milwaukee B. R. Women--· 2:30 o'clock, clubrooms. High School Music, Mothers 2:30 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium. .. A. P. M._ 2 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, benefit card party, Mrs. H. E. Kolwinska, chairman. Blasonic Social club-6:30 o'clock. Hotel Hanford, Messrs, and Mmes. B. J. Drummond, J. A, Cutler, Ralph. Wilson. llio club- Mrs. L. A. Moore, 671 East State s t r e e t , Mrs. Harriet Michael, lesson. Daughters of Veterans-8 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium, card party, sponsored by council. "hoenician club-8 o'clock, Mrs. Ray Whorley,' 23 Twelfth street southeast, lesson Miss Kathryn Kohl. --o-LEWE CREEK 4-II URLS AT MEETING Lime Creek 4-H Girls club met vith their assistant leader, Mrs. Jerry Wohler, Saturday with 10 members present. The lesson was n "Home Furnishings" and the !irls studied the picture, "Flower 5irl in Holland," and music from Hansel and Gretel." Hefresb- -nents were served at the close of he meeting. The next meeting vill be April 15 with Mona and Vanda Hintzen. --o-BENEFIT CARD PARTY ET FOR TUESDAY Hostesses for the benefit card arty Tuesday afternoon at 2 'clock in the I. O. O. F. hall, spon- ored by the L. A. P. M., include Imes. R. E. Kolwinska, O. F. Repp, 3. C. Gundlach, George Van Evry, and Etta Fowler and Miss ^ena Lennan. Contract, auction nd 500 will be played. |Mrs. Beck Appointed to Office Activities of Field Army for Control of Cancer Are Started Mrs. Frederick Beck has been appointed vice commander of the Iowa division of the Women's Field Army, a branch of the American Society for the Control \ of Cancer. The purpose of the organization is to disseminate information on the subject of cancer prevention and eancer.cure. The program will consist of talks before women's organizations and a membership drive during April. Mrs. Beck will be in charge of the work in nine counties and will have supervision of captains in each of the counties. The names of the captains will be released soon. The program is entirely sponsored by women. Men may contribute to it, but cannot hold membership in it. The organization has been in. operation in 43 states and has been operating in Iowa for the past three years, although the work is being organized in Mason City for the first time. Membership in the organization is entirely voluntary. There is no headquarters office or expense in connection with the movement. Confirmation Glass Members Are Guests of Central League The class which win be confirmed Palm Sunday at the Central Lutheran church was entertained at the Fellowship supper of the Central Lutfier League Sunday evening. Following the supper, a program was presenfed with Viola Wass in charge. The program was opened by singing, followed by Scripture reading prayer. External Irritation lidiere the stinging soreness and hasten healing with Roinol Ointment-- Bland, soothing, specially medicated and successfully ojed for nearly 45 years. Resinol Soap is ideal for cleansing sore, tender efcin. fof Mrapfr, vrht Resind 59. Baltimore. Md. R E S I N O L S C A T f t N 0 O I N T M E N T LAUGHS AT SMUDGES AND DIRT by Donald Wass, and Charles Sorlein played two cornet solos, "Cygnus" and "A Perfect Day." An article, "If You Wear a Cross," was read by Dorothy Mickey. Overan Lund sang t^ IT- 11" 15 " and " AU Through the Night," accompanied b? Mrs O. C. Sorlein. The tables were decorated with Ov y er 5- rabbits and Easter egg nests. The committee in charge of ^erving included Ruth Dittke, Nbr- *"" T " " J Delores Humphrey, and Frank Skipton. Ten Awards Presented to Winners Annual Hobby Show Concluded at Y. W. With Prize Giving Ten cups were awarded to winners in the girls' hobby show at the Y. W. C. A. Saturday afternoon with Mrs. T. E. Davidson in charge of the event. Ardith Probert received the president's cup from Harlan W. Girton, president of the Kiwanis club, for her collection of nut- cups and placecards, part of a family hobby in which she parti' cipates. Beverly Roberts received the cup for Harding school which was- presented by the Decker Brothers Sporting goods. The cup was given for a group hobby conducted at Harding school. In Many Fields The nature cup, presented by the Rotary club, went to Joan Andrick, the foods cup from the Pfaff Baking company to Martha Pauley, the handicraft cup from the Woman's club to Leona Thomas and the creative writing cup from the Junior Chamber of Commerce to Alice Boyce. The art cup from the B. P. W. club was awarded to Frances Beyer, the collective hobby cup from the Lions club to Cynthia Weston, the doll cup from the Wa- Tan-Ye club to Catherine Pauley, and the patriotic scrapbook cup from the American Legion Auxiliary to Alice Loomis. Doll Collectors Because of the unusual interest in doll collections and the excellence of those displayed, two additional prizes were awarded in this division, subscriptions to the Hobby Magazine, which went to Betty Sinnott and Joy Farrar. A special event during the show was a swimming exibition conducted during the afternoon in the Y. W. C. A, pool. In the junior division, first went to Mary Jean Casey, second to Ardene Kephart and third to Mary Wright. In the senior division, Mardelle Havnen was first, Jean Tamres, second, and Betty Phalen, third. The iwimmers did a back stroke, side stroke, crawl, breast stroke, back crawl, swan dive and plain dive. The hobby show attracted almost 1,600 visitors during the -hree days it was open to the pubic. The quality and range of ex- libits was outstanding and the hobbies displayed won tiie interest of all who saw them. Elizabeth Hovenga . ' ;. Weds Ray Noelting DUMONT-- Miss Elizabeth Mae iovenga, daughter of" Mr. and vlrs. Ben Hovenga, was married March 24 at the Washington He- formed parsonage eight miles southwest of here by the Rev David Reardon to Ray Noelting, . youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. I Henry F. Noelting. They were attended by the bride's brother Johnnie Hovenga, and Miss Katherine Muller. The couple will be at home in the Dave Noelting residence after April and the bridegroom mil continue working for his brother- in-law, Arnold Hartgraves, on the Otterstein farm About 60 relatives and neighbors gathered at the bride's home southwest of town after the ceremony for a reception and shower. Mr. Reardon was in charge of a program and refreshments were served. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO 1VED both , , 22, and Maxine Denny 19 of Ottumwa; Clarence A.' legal ~, , and Clair B. Chambers legal! Sockford, III., Howard j J,?fx- well, 34 Manchester and Marlone R. Brown, 25, Dubuaue- Al fred W. Halweg, 23, and HeknT Penmngton 20, both of Mandan,' S. Dak.; Harley S. Bi INTERIOR GLOSS SEMI-GLOSS freih beauty for walls and woodwork (hot can be kept bright and new wilh soap end wafer ... fhaJ's t»n«rt ?1 1 A n i theieeaiy-lo-uienniiheigiveyou. Y ^ ' l " Qt. FOR ALL WALLS AND WOODWORK mi LS AND WOODWORK Boomhower Hardware Are You Dressed for Easter? Here are the Fashions that put the you ^ y ° tU f h » T , he SWing sl ^'ed dresses, t n e thS V" d "f b ° Xy Coats: the iuits that brmg waistlines down to a minimum, and all the accessories that put a dramatic accent to youth. COATS-- Price range from $7.95 and up Fitted boxy and swagger styles. _ . . _ Black, navy and colors. SUITS-- Price range from $12.95 and rice range from $6.50 and up Sheers, chiffons, prints and silks . , . L'gbt and dark colorings. HATS -- Price range from $1.39 and up Straws, felts, suedes in every conceivable type and color. Accessories to complete every color combination. "SEE YOU TOMORROW"

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