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April 3, 1939

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

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I FEDERAT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1939 Convention to Be Held byB.P.W.C. Kansas City Makes Plans to Entertain Delegates to Session The Missouri and Kansas Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs are making preparations for the 1939 biennial convention of the National Federation of B. P. W. C. to he held in Kansas City July 9 to 14. Social events as \vell as serious sessions are on the schedule. On Sunday afternoon, July 9, open- house and lea will bo given for visitors at the Kansas City club. On Sunday evening, the national president. Miss Earlene White, will be honored at a formal reception by the Missouri Federation and will give her keynote address. Pl»n Entertainment Entertainment will be provided by the Kansas Federation for \Yednesday evening and on Thursday evening, a banquet will be given. ·'One Hundred Years of Women's Progress" will be dramatized at the convention, and, as for the post-convention tours, the San Francisco and New York World's fairs offer opportunity for travel. The official post-convention trip is to the east, including New York's World's fair and Washington, Another to the west, including the San Francisco exposition and all of California as well as Salt Lake City, Denver and Boulder Dam. For those who do not wish to go as far, an escorted, all- expense trip to Yellowstone park is being arranged. American History The Missouri state president, Miss Margaret A. Hickey, pointed out recently that Missouri has made a great contribution to the growth of American history. It was La Salle, exploring America .in 1682, who came through Missouri and discovered its beauty. Missouri is rich in sites of historic and prehistoric 'interest. Ancient Indian mounds have been unearthed and may be examined by tlie amateur archeologists. For the lovers of "Huckleberry Finn" there is all the glamour at- .NATIONAL BIENNIAL New Costume Jewelry $1.00 WATCHES BoaneJuutto DIAMONDS 3 West State ·^ WIFE PRESERVERS Use scatter rugs square and straight with (he walls of your room, and remember that a few go a long way. tached to the home of Mark Twain at Hannibal. For those who like a dash of adventure, there is Jesse James' farm home in Excelsior Springs. Just outside of St. Louis the U. S. Grant log cabin stands as a mecca for patriotic Americans. In Kansas City, connoisseurs of art will not want to rriss visiting the William Rockhilt Nelson Gallery of Art and Atkins Museum, i LUNCHEON'TO BE HELD BY PANHEL GROUP AT POOLS Panhellenic association will have its monthly luncheon meeting Tuesday afternoo'n.at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Hardy Pool, 126 First street southeast. Mrs. Carl I. Snyder will act as chairman of the luncheon committee which also includes Mrs. C. Frederick Back, Mrs. George Marty and Mrs. Herbert Barclay. Young Peoples' Groups Hear YMCA Workers The Pilgrim Fellowship, the young people of high school age at the First Congregational church, Sunday evening had as their speaker Herbert Templin, athletic director at the Y. M. C. A. Mr. Templin gave a talk on "Finding One's Self." The post high school age group which met following the meeting of the high school group, had as their speaker Clark E. Oilman, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A., who spoke on "The Mystery and Power of Love." The members of both young people's societies of the Congregational church are to be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Helfenstein at a 5:30 o'clock breakfast at the parsonage Easter morning. Following the breakfast · the young people will attend the union Eas- .ter sunrise service in a body at the First Methodist church. : \ \ Prettiness Leads Mode of Fashion Variety of Trends Seen in Newest of Spring Costumes By ADELAIDE KERB AP Fashion Editor When American women throng "Fifth Avenues" from New York to San Diego in the Easter morning parade, the clothes they wear will reflect a dozen different fashion trends. A pretty feminine mode, built on a profile with gentle womanly curves will lead the colorful pageant. But within and after that leading contingent will come designs of great variety and contrast. Glass Slraiv Toques Ingeneous little girl frocks will pass mature bustle dresses: Short full skirts will walk beside some slim straight ones and I860 bonnets will appear with modern "glass straw" toques of semitransparent plastic. Trim fitted dark rcdingotes will contrast with slim straight box coals. Dresses will vary from white collared little girl frocks to polka dotted surah and gingham checked silk designs. Suits will include dress and jacket combinations as well as that standby, the tailleur (made of sheer wool this year). Printed frocks will be worn both with dark long coats and short, colored box ones. Vogue For Color But nearly all will reflect one universal trend--a vogue for color. Dark marine green, dark bright blue, beige, caramel, rust and eray costumes will appear as well as the classic navy blue and black. More color will be seen in accents. There will be some colored shoes, for instance -- navy blue, wine, tan and rust colored ones. Black patent leather shoes will also be there in numbers. Most of the shoes will follow the designs of sabots, open-toed or open- backed sandals and pumps. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT ALGONA ALGONA -- Marriage licenses issued during the past week in Kossuth county were to Roy Howard Pearson, 27, Hopkins, Minn., and Inez 'Edith Whipps, 27, Jordon, Minn.; William Meyer, Jr., 23, and Myrtle Barber, 21. both of Whittemore: Louis A. Soltow, legal. Little Falls. Minn., and Sara E. Robinson, legal. Algona. TELEPHONE 788 For Prompt Cleaning Enjoy the Convenience of Our Finer Cleaning Service With our up-to-the-minute equipment, we are f u l l y prepared to give you the fastest service and the finest in care- 4f ful garment cleaning with no bother or inconvenience to you. CALL US FOR YOUR PRE-EASTER DRY CLEANING ORDER ·Marshall - SWit- , L CLEANERS · -FURRIERS J , I · 1AUNDCR.1ERS · Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day 3 Winners in Contest Are Named Independence Girl Gets First Place With C. D. A. Essay Winners in the essay contest ponsored by the Iowa Catholic Daughters of America have been announced by the state regent, firs. Harold Wasley, to include Miss Mildred McSsveeney, a senior the St. John's high school at ndependencc, who placed Jirst. Miss Margaret Mary Goss, a unior in the La'wler high school, placed second and Miss Helen aim, who attends St. Joseph chool in Des Moines, was third. Miss McSweeney's essay will be ent to the national headquarters if the Catholic Daughters in New York to be entered in the national competition. Awards in the na- ional contest will be made at the national convention in Detroit, ilich.. in June. Judging in the state 'essay con- est was done by the state department of education and the essays vere submitted to the judges by lumber. The state winners will presented at the Iowa conven- ion of the C. D. A. May 5, 6 and 7 n Waterloo. "The Aims and Purposes of the Catholic Daughters of America" is the subject upon which the competitors wrote their essays. Rehearse "Elijah' Style No. 3277 is designed for sizes 12. 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 30, 32, 34, 36 and SB-inches bust. Send 15 cents for this pattern. Spring Fashion magazine 10 cents extra. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City. One More Marriage at Church in Vale in Feb. Than March ITASHUA-- March fell one short of the marriages performed at the Little Brown church, in February,. when there were fifty-four recorded. March 1938 witnessed 50, and February, 46, so that on the whole 1939 still holds the 'record for the year to date. The church interior is being repainted, and walls repapereri, and it is necessary for the work to be done during the night so as not to interfere with the performing of marriage ceremonies there. The decorators begin their work at G p. m, and work until the small hours of the morning. The bad condition of the roads has probably made considerable difference with the number of marriages the past month. Marriages performed by the Rev. William Kent at The Little Brown church included those of Wanda Gringer. Hills, and Kenneth R. Hamilton, Davennort; Dorothy Jacobs and Donald Hollz, Davenport; Merle Elizabeth Dale, Madison, Wis.. and Collins Richardson. Oregon. Wis.; Clarice Choi-log, Stoughtoii, Wis.. and Roy Christensen, Oregon, Wis. Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barr, 6C3 Georgia avenue southeast, left Sunday for California where they will attend the San Francisco fair. While there they will visit Mr. Barr's brother, Robert, and attend the union meeting of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. * * * Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Stam, 144 Tenth street northwest, have Social Calendar MONDAY Amici club-6:30 o'clock, Congregationa church. Unity Chapter No. 58 O. E. S.-6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, social hour, stated meeting a 7:30 o'clock. Good Cheer lodge-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. TUESDAY Panlicllcnic association-1 o'clock, Mrs. Hardy Pool, 121 First street southeast. AVomen's Symphony orchestra-7 o'clock, Music hall. D. A. K. board-- -2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Winter 31 Fourteenth street northeast. Woman's Club board-9:30 o'clock, Administration building. AVa-Tan-Te club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hartford. Idl-K's club-1 o'clock, Jefferson tearoom. IV. at. T. club-2 o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Graham, 2 Seventh street southwest L. A. r. ni.-- 2 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, bene fit card party. Matinee Musicale-Mrs. H. C. Johnson, 305 Caro lina avenue southeast, progra Mrs. Harlan MacMillan, Mrs Leon Woodward. W. K. C.-2:30 o'clock. V. F. W. hall. Chicago N. \V. Women-2 o'clock, clubrooms. Clio cluh-- Mrs. Ralph S. Stanbery, 915 Delaware avenue northeast, Mrs. Harry Page, lesson," Moose lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall. , moved to their new home at Hampshire court. Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Bright. 1104 West State street, had as their guests Monday Mrs. Ida Webster. Mrs. John Corey and Mrs. John Raisty of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Reierson. 428 Twenty-seventh street southwest, have returned from Minneapolis where they went to attend the funeral of their grandchild. Gerald Reierson, Reierson. oldest son of Henry H elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Mr. and Mrs. A. L,. McGowan, 315 Seventh street southeast, are the parents of a son, Robert LeRoy. born Saturday at the Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grupp, 210 .Hampshire avenue northeast, celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Monday, --o-EAGLE GROVE GIRL LICENSED TO WED CLARION--A marriage license was issued in Wright county to Earl Pinck, 23. Clarion, and Margaret Nelson, 22, Eagle Grove. LICENSES TO WED ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON -- Vernon H. Rogness, 35, and Lillian G. Larson, 35, both of Minneapolis, Minn.- Stanley Hoffman, 26, and Margaret Challberg. 23. both of Rockford, 111.: Merlyn A. Clark. 23, Estherville. and Orva G. Lee, 20. Dollivcr, were issued licenses to wed. --o-DEVOTIONAL MEETING IS HELD AT CHURCH In an old fashioned setting, the Central Luther league held its devotional meeting Sunday evening. An organ prelude was played by Ruth Dittke. follou-ed by hymns , and Bible readings. "The Wounded I Word" was led by Viola Wass who combined n blackboard talk with the discussion period. . . BISCUITS STEP OUT (Served With Raisin-Pineapple Conserve) Informal Supper Menu (Enough For Five or Six) Hot Clam Broth Wafers Salmon Samoset Harvard Beets Head Lettuce Salad Relish Salad Dressing ' Biscuits Raisin-Pineapple Conserve Berry Tarts Whipped Cream Coffee Salmon Samoset 2 cups boiled rice 3 tablespoons butter 4 tablespoons flour 2 cups milk Vj teaspoon salt Vs teaspoon paorika ^6 teaspoon celery salt 1 cup salmon (cooked) 4 eggs (raw) Spread rice in shallow butterec baking dish. Melt butter. Adi flour and when mixed pour in milk, salt, paprika and celery salt Cook until a creamy sauce forms Stir constantly. Add salmon. Pou over rice. Carefully drop eggs or top. Bake 10 minutes in a moder ate oven. Garnish with parsley and serve in dish used in baking Relish Salad Dressing 1-3 cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons chopped swee pickles 2 olives, chopped 2 tablespoons chili sauce 1 teaspoon lemon juice Mix and chill ingredients. Serv on lettuce or other- vegetabl salads. Raisin-Pineapple Conserve 2 cups raisins 3 cups crushed pineapple 5 cups granulated sugar 'i cup orange juice 1-3 cup lemon juice 'i cup pineapple juice 3 teaspoon cinnamon ',-i teaspoon salt 1 cup nuts Mix all ingredients, except th nuts. Cook slowly. Stir frequent! until conserve thickens and "jells when tested on a cold plate. Ad nuts. Boil four minutes. Pour int sterilized jars and seal when coo LEWIS-HACK NEW HAMPTON--Miss Evelyn Kack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kack. and Paul Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis, all of Cresco, were married here March 29 by the Rev. W. D. Spiker, pastor of the Congregational church. Witnesses were Raymond and Ruth Lewis of Cresco. They will live at Cresco where the bridegroom is a farmer. WEr.CII-MYHRE NEW HAMPTON --Miss Mabel Myhrc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Myhre of Kensett, and Roy I Welch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Welch of Spencer, were married j here March 25 by the Rev. Theo- j clorc Fritschel. pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church. Witnesses were Reynold and Jeanette Eischeid, both of New Hampton. The bridegroom is a salesman. i Mrs. B. Itaymond Weston will the soprano soloist for the presentation of the oratorio, 'Elijah," at the First Congregational church April 23 under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith. Singers from various Mason City churches are uniting to present this great musical number. Miss Smith announces a rehearsal will be held Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the First Congregational church. VIr. and Mrs. Doty Observe Anniversary OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Doty observed their fiftieth wed- ing anniversary Sunday. They vere married at Waveriy April 2, 889, and lived at Clarksville until 1909 when they moved to Osage to make their home. Mr. nd Mrs. Doty had five children, wo of whom died in infancy at 'larksviUe and the oldest boy, ·toward, who died here at the age £ 19. The other children are Mrs. H. C. Morris of Osage and Mrs. . D. Crites of Chatsworth, 111. Style Show to Be Held at Hanf ord Models to Parade During Luncheon m Wedgwood Room Mason City women will have an opportunity to see the Easter parade early when a fashion show luncheon will be presented at^the Hotel Hanford Tuesday at 1 o'clock, sponsored by the B and B shoe store and the Merkel company. Models who will exhibit the new spring styles in the Wedgwood room at the Hanford include Mrs. Frank Hich of Clear Lake, Mrs. R. Bayless, the Misses Donna Marie Sperry, Norine Delaney, Susan Glanville and DeLoris Nuddleman. Children who will model include Loretta and Nancy Jane Sawtelle,. Joann Chandlee and Robert M. Thomas. . Every type of costume and accessories including .coats, suits, frocks, s p o r t s wear, evening gowns, furs, millinery and negligees, from Merkel's with shoes and handbags from the B and B will be on parade. Reservations- for luncheon .will be taken until 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the Hanford. The affair is for all who are interested in seeing the spring fashions. . --o-COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES AT CEESCO CRESCO -- Marriage licenses were issued at Cresco to Hal R. Sandeen, legal, and Berenice Oehrlein, legal, both of St. Paul; Harold Hadke, 22, and Doris Wells, 17, both of Rochester, Minn.; Earl Williams, 22, and Flavia B. Miller, 25, both of Lime Springs; Joseph W. Rule, legal, and Martha Fuhrman, legal, both of Minneapolis. C^^r » f f'K. COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE/ DRESSES for Girls All Ages--2 to 14 Years Wash Frocks, Silks and Rayons Youthful, smart frocks becoming to the growing girl, in light and dork colorings. Mother, as well as daughter, will be pleased with our vast assortment of styles in new materials and colors. All ages from 2 to 14 years. Price range from . . . $1.00 and up Specials at 69c each Also Complete Line of Girls' Coats Priced from $2.95 to $12.95 "SEE YOU TOMORROW" J DAMON'S SECOND. FLOOR To give sort of a Yorkshir touch to roast beef lay one-inc strips of biscuit dough over th roast during last 15 minutes o cooking. Baste the strips a coup: of times with beef drippings. SUNSHINE CLUB HOLDS MEETING The Dougherty Sunshine club conducted a meeting at the Leo ! Danehy home. The next session! will be April 12 with Mrs. Clinton ] Pencook at the home of Anna Sweeney. ---o-- i WOODMEN CIRCLE : HAS BREAKFAST ! Mrs. J. W. Dyer, 129 Fourteenth 1 street northeast, guardian of Woodmen Circle Beryl Grove No. 135 entertained at a galloping i breakfast Saturday morning at her home as a benefit for the grove. She was assisted by her daughters, Grace and Mildred, and her son, Robert. Announcement was made of the Remembrance club meeting to be held Wednesday, April 12 with Mrs. Charles Sifert, 522 Ninth' street southeast. How Women in Their 40's Can Attract Men Hcre e$Qd adx'icc for a wornaa dsrins: her change (uaually frora 3 to S3), who fear» shell losff be? appeal to men, who worries about hot fia^hw. loss of pep, dizzy ipctls. upset nerves and moody spoils. Ju*t trot more fresh air, 8 hr*. sleep and if you need a reliable "WOMAN'S" tonic late Lydia. E. PinVhan/i Vegetable Compound, made especially JOT irontn. It helps \atnre btiitd up physical resistance, thus fcelps rive rnoTP xivacity to enjoy life and assist calming jittery nerves and those dbturbicR symptoms that often accompany change ol life. Pinkham'* u WELL WORTH trying. Salute ta this beloved coilume mil boasts flittering stripes running north and south on * deftly tailored jacket of rare twccd with leather fasteners . . . the lush wool sheer dress beneath a a gem on id. o w n account . . . in m a g n i f i c e n t colon castul enough for country and perfect for town

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