The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 16, 1937 · Page 9
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 16, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 PS 1937 NINE Make Preparations for Reception-Dance for Teachers Friday Evening WILLIS G. C. EAGLET President of Mason City School Board MISS GERALDINE HARTEY. President, Cerro Gordo County Rural Teachers Association MISS ETHEL EHLEUS President, Mason City Grade Teachers Association Attention Teachers! A Feature Offering! Unsurpassable in Styling and Quality --Unbeatable in Variety and Value! Distinctive Sprins SUIT Smart Swagger, Furred" and Mannish Types! TOMORROW Irresistible f o r Spring -- stunning swagger suits in new lengths . . . marvelous fitted styles . . . clever fur-trimmed models . .. smart man-tailored types . . . flattering shades and exquisite contrasts--each suit tailored to perfection from exceptional fabrics! COATS Stunning Jiggers or Full-Length Models! Featuring the new bright h u e s or darker t o n e s -, smart .jigger coats . . . jaunty swagger styles . . . stunning fitted ballerina models in gracefully flared fashions . . . many with novel stitching . , . a.11 carefully made in durable Feather Shag or fleece materials! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Conference to Be Held Here Friday Parent-Teacher Groups of District to Send Delegates. Mason City women are prcpar- ng to entertain the delegates to north central district confer,- «nce of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers which will be held Friday in the First Congregational church. The morning session will .open at 9 o'clock with a district board meeting and the regular session will be called at 9:30 o'clock with Mrs. Harry Kushner of Emmetsburg, first vice president, presiding. I'roffram Opens. The Rev. A. S. Carlson will give the invocation and Mrs. B. Raymond Weston will sing. A welcome will be delivered by Mrs. O. A. Merkel and Mrs. C. C. Gravatt will respond. Mrs. A. E. Anderson of Fort Dodge, president, will have charge o£ the business session during which reports will be made by the district, officers and units At 11:30 o'clock there will be conferences on membership, parent education and program planning. Mrs. W. P. Butler of Mason City and Mrs. E. F. Bloomfield, Mason City, will have charge of membership, Mrs. G. L. Hurd of Spencer, parent education, and Mrs. Steenson of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Lew .M. Larson'· of. :Callender, program planning. : 'Luncheon Planned. Luncheon will be served at the Baptist church with Mrs. J. E. Vesterby in charge. Mrs. N. S^ Cravan of Titonka, second vice president, will preside during the afternoon when Miss Hazel Thomas, county superintendent will give greetings, Dr. Julius Boraas o£ the college of education, St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., will speak, the McKinley drama club will give a play and Mrs. W. B. Hamilton of Emmetsburg will speak. 'At the close of the business session which will be held at 3:30 o'clock tea will be served. "Kid" Party Is Held . Y.M.F. Class at Its Monthly Meeting Fifty members of the Y. M. F. class of the Church of Christ met in the church parlors for their monthly session and "kid" party, During the business session il was voted to pay 515 to the building fund. The thirteenth annual banquet of the class was announced for April 12 and the hobby fair at the church for April 15 Mrs. E. W. Sidel gave two readings,-"Johnnie Getting Ready for Company" and "Amateur Gum Chewer." Motion pictures from the Y. M C. A. were shown including s travel picture of Colorado and a comedy. The members came to the party dressed as children and children's games were played with Mrs. Allan Johnson winning the rope jumping contest. . At the close of the evening lunch was served in sacks by the committee including Mr. and Mrs Arnold Tilton, Mr. and Mrs. R. J Birch, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Upson Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Asbury and Mrs. Ruby Orr. "Silk Stocking Stories" offers two cents a word for stories. Evidently expects the authors to wear cotton ones.--Lincoln Star. by Welcome Teachers COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Free Consultation BEAUTY SAUON 115 N. Fed. Phone 919 MISS HELEN FULLEUTON President, IMason City High School and Junior College Teachers Association MISS HAZEL THOMAS County Superintendent S. L. R.UGLAND Dean of Mason City Junior College Mrs. Artemas Brown, president of the Parent-Teacher council of Mason City, has been named as one of the official members of the introduction committee for the reception dance following the performance of the operetta Friday evening. The reception dance will be held at the Hotel Hanford, with Willis G. C. Baglcy, president of the board of education of the Mason City school district, and president of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce, as master of ceremonies. Wilson Abel is chairman of a businessmen's committee that is sponsoring the dance. He is bciner 'assisted by Dean S. L. Ruff- land of the junior college and Reuben .E. Nyquisl of the committee department. Mr. Abel announces that the Bobby Grlges orchestra will play for the dance. The committee declares that the reception is to be very informal. The official women members of the introduction committee arc Miss Geraldine Hartey, president of the Cerro Gordo County Rural Teachers' association; Miss Ethel Ehlers, president of the Mason City Grade Teachers association; Miss Helen Fullerloii, president of the Mason City High School and Junior College Teachers association; Mrs. Brown; Miss Clara B. Olson of Forest City, member of the executive committee of the North Central division; Miss Nettie Price of Lake Mills, secretary, and Miss Hazel Thomas, county superintendent of Cerro Goixlo county and president of the local P. T. A.'s. Men assigned to the duty ot introduction are Harold J. Williams of Spencer, president, and G. Burns of Rockwell City, vice president of the North Iowa teachers; C. L. McDowell and E. E. Swanson of the executive committee, Snpt. R. B. Irons, Principal James Rae, Arthur Kragrcr, and all men members of the Mason City high school and junior collcffe faculty. Miss Florence O'Ltary, Miss Tommy D. Priest, Miss Elizabeth H. Graves and Miss Marie Kober will preside at the punch bowls. They will be assisted by the Misses'Dorothy Pagcriliart, Grblchcii Bickel, Esther Steinberg and Mary Sherman, Evelyn West and Lucile Lawlcr. Child Study Circle Conducts Meeting . at Madison School Madison Child Study circle met at the school Monday evening for a program which opened with assembly singing accompanied by Mrs. Vern Shinn. June Hampton played a piano number, "The Bell," and Mrs. Shinn and Mrs. s C. L. Kltlleson sang "When Irish Eyes Arc Smil- 'ng." Visiting night was announced as April 19 at the school and a committee was appointed for the April meeting by Mrs. J. W. Johnson, president. Mrs. C. F. Clark led the lesson on "The Family and Community Health." During the social hour, Mrs. Charles Swanson, Mrs. R. R. Nesje, Mrs. Fred Hampton, Mrs. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. MARY MORTON Menu Hint Broiled Hamburg Steak Smothered in Onions Baked Potatoes Cabbage Salad Warm Apple Jelly Roll Coffee Isn't this a good old-fasliioned menu? Arid won't it taste good? Today's Recipes WARM APPLE JELLY CAKE-Five eggs, one cup sugar, one teaspoon vanilla, one cup Hour, one teaspoon baking powder, jelly. Beat eggs until thick and lemon colored Add sifted sugar gradually, beating constantly, add the vanilln. Then add flour to which baking powder has been added. Line a shallow baking sheet, lOxlG inches, with greased waxed paper and snread mixture evenly in it. Bake in 400-degree oven 12 to 15 minutes. Invert immediately on a towel from which warm water has been tightly wrung. Rapidly remove paper from cake, trim off crisp edges and roll cake carefully in .towel. Let stand several minutes. Unroll and spread with apple jelly, then roll up again. Modernizing the Kitchen Since all kitchens cannot be new, remodeling is being resorted to as never before, and the carpenter, electrician and other workmen who are well equipped to promote the beauty and convenience of kitchens find their services in great demand. Careful planning concentrates effort and minimizes necessary labor. Modern equipment and timesaving devices are expected in the up-to-date housekeeper's workshop. Adequate lighting, natural and artificial, must be there also, for light makes for cleanliness as well as cheerfulness. Ample built in shelving and cabinets are required. The correct floor covering for comfort, utility and beauty should be selected. And as a successful finish just the right color combination must be used in decoration and kitchen accessories to make the room as attractive, pleasant, and lovely as any other in th~ house. Credit for moderate;? ion purposes is advanced by private financial institutions insured by the Federal Housing administration. --o-Hostess to Club. GARNER--Mrs. J. R. BaRRs assisted by Mesctamcs Charles Tompkins, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. F M. Spaydc served a 1 o'clock luncheon to the members of the Woman's Progressive club Monday. Mrs. Carl Roe gave a review of "Honey in the Horn" by Dav'.s and Mrs. Robert Sinclair and others followed in n discussion of the book, a Harper's prize novel. n WIFE PRESERVERS Hem all your dust cloths. Un- hemmed cloths are just rags that ravel and leave lint and bits oJ thread in their wake. Honored at Shower. CARPENTER--Mi-s. A. C Feldt was hpnored at n miscellaneous shower at her homo Thursday. YOUR DOLLAR REACHES FARTHER HOW The 8th R E D U C T I O N in Long Distance Telephone Rates in 1O Years Smartly Styled, Individualized OTTO WILLIAMSON Mason City's Leading Hair Stylist We Positively Guarantee our work on all types of Hair, including baby fine, grey, and all difficult hair. PALACE THEATER BEAUTY SHOP 108 South Federal Avc. Phone 505 Something New I Different! Practical! Oiled Silk DRAPERIES and for every Modern Home! · Assorted Pastel Shades. O Polka Dots and Nautical Designs. Those beautiful draperies and shower curtains may be purchased ready-mnde, or by flic yard in most any color desired. They are ideal for kitchens, sun-rooms, or bathrooms . . . and more t h r i l l i n g than this, these lovely oiled silk curtains may be washed and ironed. DRAPERIES! SECOND FLOOR Cenneth \Vyborney and Mrs. Buretta Sable were in charge. --o-LEMPKE-SWANSON KLEMME--Miss Edith Swanson, .aughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Iwanson, was married Thursday o Ruben Lempke, son of Mr. and Irs. R. R. Lempke, by the Rev. William Zobolkn at the Melhoclisl parsonage. They were attended by Roy Swanson and Ethel Swanson, brother and sister o£ the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Lempke are graduates of the Klemme high school. A reception was given at the opera house at Garner in their honor. They will farm with the bridegroom's lather. She made a dive for her favorite cereal . . . WHEAT-OATA! Your family will j u m p for joy ·when you serve t h e m Wheiu- Oata, A perfect blend of luscious wheat and mellow oats, t h i s Jpubly delicious cereal makes appetites leap to attention. Wheat- Oata is d o u b l y nutritious. Stfcks to y o u r ribs the morning through. Thrifty, too. Costs less than a serving. Ac your grocer's. GIANT SIZE C 6 0 S E R V I N G S ) 25c REGULAR PACKAGE "KAY-SPUN" or s p r i n g $1.oo Made in U. S. A; Kayser give* us an exciting new glove fabric--in exciting new glove styles--it's "Kay-Spun". 1. Firm, fine--because it's Milanese. 2. Soft, rich with the dull-glace finish of kid. 3. A knitted-in re-bound that gives elasticity and firm fit. 4. Stronger, longer-wearing than any fabric glove you've seonl 5. Perfect for town clolhes, as well as more formal wear. 6. A wide variety of styles and colors. 7. Washes beautifully in every color. " B E W I S E R . . B U Y K A Y S E R ' ? M A I N FLOOll

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