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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa • Page 6

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Globe-Gazettei
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Mason City, Iowa
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AUGUST 13, 1940 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Camp to Break Up Thursday After Week of -Fun and Instruction Start New Quote for Red Cross Begin Work on Packs and Fluffs; New Yarn Has Arrived Red Cross volunteer surgical workers have practically completed the quota of 10,000 Tour by four inch sponges and 4,000 two by one and one-half inch sponges, and arc now ready to start on cotton packs, fluffs and pads Wednesday in their workroom in tile high basement. The new maroon yarn has arrived and the yarn, needles and instructions arc all sacked for distribution to those who wish to help with the sweater allotment. Work on the sewing oi nightgowns, robes, diapers and other infant apparel is progressing, but new workers are always welcome. The surgical work which starts Wednesday is of a more exacting nature and will not progress as rapidly as the sponges so anyone interested in helping in this department is urged to come and help on the quota. Entrance to the workroom is reached through-the east entrance of the high school.

The helpers meet every Wednesday and Friday afternoon from 1 to 4:30 o'clock. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT CLARION CLARION Marriage licenses have been issued here to Justin Thebiay, Eagle Grove and Signa Strom, legal, Grove; Gayle Thompson, 22, Kanawiia, and Neva Lahdon, 20, Kanawiia; John Eugene Watt, 21, Humboldt, and Esther May Simonsen, 21, Humboldt; Carl Adam Hebner, 27, Jefferson, and Maybelle Siemens, 22, Goldfield and Oval Gardalen, 21, Williams, and Margaret Hess, Williams. Food to Wake Sulking Appetites a i -1 0t 3 sanam ch? When th "'hole meal! This one-plate sandwich-salad com, the is as hearty a meal as you could askl-and when it's beve ra dessert a complete menu. Fhinkinft the opcn-fjccd tonsue and cheese es arc ro vegetable salad, iomalo ivcdres, and Hard-cooked egjfs surrounded by curly Duesenberg Family Has Annual Reunion FLOYD--The Duesenberg family held its annual reunion Sunday in East park, Mason City, with 75 members present. Those attending from a distance were air.

and Mrs. W. C. Dusenberg and three sons. Chicago.

Mr. a.nd Mrs. August S. Duesenbcrg, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Frederick Duesenberg, I High Point, N.

Car. --that's all for.this New 1940 6.2 Cubic Foot GENERAL ELECTRIC Will Be Wed It's a genuine G-E for only $1 1 end equipped with Famous Vacuum Scaled Unit Automatic Intcr- ior Light Sfoinlesi Steel Super Freezer Four Ice 80 Cubes Vegetable Crrjper Pan EVER before has i( been possible lo buy a sfenuine new General Electric refrigerator for so little! This family size model has (he famous vacuum seated mechanism that saves current--plus most of the other G-E features that spell extra years of economical, trouble- free refrigeration. See it soon. -Ask also about the beautiful new "Imperial" model available at a new low now price. Mr.

and Mrs. Floyd Ingersoll of Wavcrly, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Bernadinc, to Robin Abel of Santn Monica, son of Mrs. Clarissa Abel, North Federal avenue. Miss Ingersoll, who been employed in the law office Hines Mount, is leaving soon for Monica, where the couple will be married and will make their home. Both Miss Ingersoll and Mr.

Abel are graduates of the Mason City high school (Clay Studio Photo) Hardman Picnic Is Held at East Park; 48 in Attendance NORA SPRINGS Hardman picnic was held Sunday at East park, Mason City, with 43 present. They were from Greene, Nora Springs, Rockwell, Spirit Lake Aplington and Letts, also from St, Paul, and Madeira, Cal. Clyde Wiegand of Greene was elected president and Blanch Hanson, Nora Springs, secretary. Si ritis is the the heavens. Clarksville Couple to Live at Waterloo CLARKSVILLE a i a vows were exchanged Sunday evening by Anne Arjes, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Tom Arjes, and Herbert L. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D.

Smith, all of Clarksville. The single ring service was read by the Rev. S. M. Becker.

Mrs. Frank Reints played the nuptial organ music. Attendants were Helen DeBower, cousin of bride, and Kenneth Smith. Brother of the bridegroom. Roger Arjes was the ringbearer and Shirley Harris the flower girl.

Following the ceremony a reception was held for BO guests at home of the bride's parents ind a wedding dinner was served later. The cnuple wit make Us home in Waterloo where Mr. Smith is employed. W. C.

T. U. WILL MEET AT Y. W. C.

A. The W. C. T. U.

will meet at the Y. C. A. Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs.

C. R. Marsh will review "The Man Who Talked With Election of officers will also be held. Pearl Gown Is Displayed by Actress Considered World's. Most Expensive Dress; Weighs 27 Pounds By ALEXANDER KAHN HOLLYWOOD, U.f--Dark-eyed Rita Hayworth Tuesday draped lierself in the world's most expensive gown--valued at after it was all over she was so limp she could hardly The pretty little actress was not overcome with emotion, although lie was the first to wear the gown.

She was dog-tired from trying on the dress made of 40,000 pearls which weigh 27 pounds. The fabulous gown has just been completed for the Imperial Pearl Syndicate of fine, matched pearls which it spent years collecting. Miss Hayworth tried on the gown at a fashionable dress salon to determine whether it fitted her or would have to be adjusted bo- tore she could wear it Tuesday afternoon at a press showing. With several feminine fitters to assist her, Miss Hayworth went behind a curtain. "Shall 1 slip it over my she asked.

"My dear, you couldn't even lift it over your head," she was told. "Then how do 1 get it on?" "Sit down on the floor, and as we slip It over your head, you rise and we will slide it down." A few seconds later, Miss Haj'- worth emerged. She was pearls from her neck to the floor. But when she tried to walk, she hobbled as if she was wearing a suit of chain armor. The Pearl Syndicate hopes, through the display of the gown, to increase interest ill pearls throughout the world, The valuation of $250.000 is for the pearls alone.

Making the gown come to several thousand dollars more, it. took 150 hours to string the pearls, and 15 dressmakers worked three weeks embroidering them on chiffon foundation. The pearls were arranged on the foundation according to size. At the shoulders they are very small and then graduate in size until, at the floor b'ne, they are almost the size of large peas. BITS ABOUT 'EM Tom Krickson and Mr.

and Hilmar Erickson o( Chicago, 111., have been visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Anderson, 104 Louisiana avenue southeast, Louis Erickson and family.

Twenty-fifth street southwest, and with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kessey of Forest City.

They left Monday for their home in Chicago. Mrs. George Winclicll. 13354 North Federal avenue, has returned from Cedar Falls where she attended the Grace Evangelical Missionary conference where she acted, as secretary of the Ways and Means committee. Mr.

and Mrs. W. C. Evans and brightest star in 1 BUY WITH SIASO.V CITY'S OLDEST PAINT AND PAPER STORE PEOPLES' GAS fr ELECTRIC COMPANY rs Dorothy and Miriam, West State street, have returned from weeks' trip i Corinrin. Hie New York World's a i and Washington D.

C. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.

Bryant and son, Bob. fi9 River Height's drive, lave returned from Psrk Rapids. where they have spen' Ihe past two weeks as guests Dr. and Mrs. William Egloff.

who iiave a summer home there. SOCIAL CALENDAR Tuesday Women's Labor Bureau- Labor hall. Meet 'Em All o'clock. Muhlstein, BIS Eighth street south- elping the omemaker For August Coolness Globe-Gazette, Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 121 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day Yoke dress No. 3377, sizes 12, 14, 16, 36.

38 and 40. Size 16, 3A yards of 39-inch material for dress, A vard contrasting for girdle yard for collar and cuffs, yards ribbon for bows. Send 15 cents (coir, preferred) for this pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish.

Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department. 121 West Nineteenth Street, New York. N. Y. For a complete survey of the new styles, send for your copy the new Fashion Book.

includes over 100 patterns for all occasions and tor all the family, illustrated in full color. Fifteen cents a copy lOc when ordered with a pattern. Marguerite Schrader LVER WEDDING By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE A tart relish should accompany ish dishes- Relish Sets Otf Fish Dinner Menu (Serving: Browned Fish Beet Relish Salad Creamed Green Beans Buttered Eggplant Bread (or Biscuits) Strawberry Preserves Cherry Cake Coffee Beet Relish Salad 1 cup diced cooked beets 1-3 cup diced cucumber Vt cup chopped onions cup diced celery 1 cup chopped cabbage Vi teaspoon salt teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons chopped sweet pickles 1-3 cup French dressing Mix and chill ingredients and pass in a bowl lined with lettuce or cress. Cherry Cake (You Can Use Other Fruits As Well) i cup fat I cups granulated sugar 2 csgs yolks 1 teaspoon vanilla tespoon lemon a teaspoon almond extract 1 2 cup cold water Vi teaspoon salt 'i cup shredded almonds 1 1-3 cups seeded red cherries drained 1-3.

cups pastry flour 2 teaspoon baking powder li teaspoon soda 2 egg whites, beaten Cream the fat and sugar. Add yolks and beat two minutes. Fold in other ingredients and mix lightly. Bake 30 minutes in a moderate oven, in a shallow pan fitted with waxed paper. Cool and when Is Bride of David Fisher at St.

Ansgar ST. ANSGAR--Miss Marguerite Schrader. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Schrader, and David W.

Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jame.s Fisher of lown City, were married Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church i the licv. W. F.

Belling officiating. Attending the couple Clementine Lenehan of Cedar Rapicis and Harold Schrader, a brother of Ihe bride. Mrs. Charles Thachcr sang. Mrs.

Fisher is a graduate of the St. high school and attended the University of Imva. Mr. Fisher is a graduate of the Iowa City high school. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony with 60 relatives and friends present.

Mr. and Mrs. Fisher will make their home in Iowa City where Mr. Fisher is employed as an electri- CELEBRATED AT GUTTERMAN HOME Mr. and Mrs.

Vern Gutterman, H8 Georgia avenue southeast, icld open house at their home Sunday, celebrating their silver edding anniversary. Mrs. Chris Peterson, of i Mrs. a Rain Doesn't Bother Y. W.

Camp Group Handicraft Classes See Much Activity Pageant Tuesday In spite of the constant trickle of raindrops during the last week, the Y. W. C. A. campers have found many things with which to occupy their time at Camp Roosevelt.

The handicraft lodge is the scene great activity as the girls sheU lac, wood burn, pour plaster, paint, metal top and file, all processes necessary for the variety of articles being made. The steady rhythmic beat of the Indian torn toms was evidence of the rehearsals of the Indian pageant, a feature of the Tuesday evening program which all parents and friends were urged to attend. The pageant was" scheduled to start at 8 o'clock, portraying an Indian legend with all the dances, tableaux and songs. The camp echoed Monday with the excitement of making a moving picture depicting all the camp life, and the arrival of the horses for horseback riding. Boating and swimming have, as usual, been very popular sports and have been enjoyed by all the campers under expert instruction.

The camp will break up Thursday morning after a week of fun and educational instruction. Miss Ila LeTfert Is Bride of H. Parsley at Algona Ceremony ALGONA--The marriage of Miss Ila Leffert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.

L. Leffert of Algona, to Harold Parsley of Akron, Ohio, look place Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church. The Hev. J. C.

a officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mr. Parsley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G.

H. Parsley of Sloan. Mrs. Wesley Barllelt was organist and Mrs. A.

B. Tweeton of Swca City, cousin of the bride, sang before the service. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and Miss Ida Halpin of Algona was matron of honor. Harry Parsley of Sloan, brother of tiie bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Harold Walker and Wesley Bartlett, both of.

Algona. Preceding the wedding a dinner for the bridal party was given.at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson.

Immediately following the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The couple left on a short wedding trip to northern Indiana and will make their home in Akron, Ohio, where Mr. Parsley is a sales engineer for the Firestone Tire and Maass and Mrs. Lawrence Paulsen Rubber company. Parsley: is hostesses.

Thirty-five rela- graduate the Algona hissh "ives and friends were entertained. Former Teacher at Hampton Is Married I HAMPTON--Miss Kob-! JOHN BAILEY OP bins, daugiilcr of Mrs. CJarn Rob- HAMPTON' IS WEI) Dinner was served at noon with a three tiered wedding cake adorned with silver ornaments and bride and bridegroom figurines. A short program lollowed the dinner. The Res-.

Oswald Mall, who married the couple, was present for the occasion. Many gilts were received by the honorees. BELMOND GIRL. IS PRESENT AT WEDDING BELMOND--Miss Wilma Trum- bcll attended the wedding of Pearl Ethelyn Robbing and Elias Samp Parde-e which took place Sunday in the Methodist church at Hampton. Miss Trumbell and the bride both taught in the Postville schools last year.

--o-- bins Edgewood, nnd S. Par- dee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred 1 HAMPTON" Bailey and Pardee of Greeley, were married Ml5s Cino1 Parkinson of Los An- Sunriay evening at a candlelishtj werc married in Methodist i uu lhc or I and I rs Floyd C. Cleworth of- was held service at the The Rev.

ficiated. i. A reception church parlors following the ceremony, after which the couple left on a two weeks' trip to Canada. Mrs. Pardee is a graduate of Iowa State college and taught in the Hampton junior high school for several years.

The couple will live at Greeley. school ana Iowa State college. Since graduation she has been employed as research statistician at Cornell university at Ithica, N. Y. HAYFIELD OIPxL WILL MARRY HAYFIELD--Mr.

and Mrs. Gust Schulz have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their' daughter, Darlene, who will become the bride of Horace Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.

Adams of Gilmore City, in a quiet home wedding, Sept. 8. KARK KLUB CHANGES PLANS The Kill Kare Klub will meet at the P. G. and E.

auditorium Friday. Aug. 1G. Mr. and Mrs.

W. W. Wilkinson will ente'rtain the club. --o-- BOOK REVIEW CLUB MEETS WEDNESDAY The Morning Book Review club meets Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. R.

Mellem. 415 First street southeast. Steinberg will review cast. Wednesday Bridge rliih-- 10 o'clock, Mrs. Frank Pearce, Dodge's point.

Ktd Cross Volunteer: 1 ready to serve top with whipped LIME CREEK l-H cream or frosting. 1 HOLDS MEETING Lime Creek 4-H siri; week. Miss Elizabeth bPlLLV ILLE Announcement gave a demonstration has been made of the double wed- Wanda Hint7.cn and Lois dine of Cletuf Lei'ooid and Pauline Varvel prepared a demonstration tn 4 i hi-i, i i ohach a Clarence I and for the fair. Plans for ihe boo 111 to 4.30 high school Georgina Bohach. at the North Iowa a i were made.

basement, cast entrance. Trinity Monroe o'clock. Mrs. Walter Muhlstein, 621 Pennsylvania avenue northeast- Si. James Circle No.

1-2 o'clock, Mrs. Ed Koller. C. T. o'clock, Y.

W. C. A. V. F.

W. o'clock, V. F. W. hall.

of o'clock. East Park picnic. Morninsr Book o'clock, Mrs. H. W.

Mellcm. 415 First street southeast. Southeast Group of Central Lutheran-- 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. T.

Berg. Nineteenth street southeast. Central Heights rhtb-- I o'clock. Mv.5. Mack Wise.

L. Dean assisting. Simonton. Mr. Bailey is the son of Mrs.

J. W. Bailey of Hampton. He books. "Brother, is employed by the John B.

Rogers company as a director of pageants by Madame Chiang-Kai- headquarters in Los Angeles. clul Necdham on caning So Cooling! of Every Spring and Summer Coat and Dress Now Priced at Genuine Savings. Compare These Values at Our Low Prices. DRESSES-Light and dark colors in every favored fabric of silks, prints, sheers ond cottons. Now reduced $5.98, $7.98 Pd COATS-Every spring and summer coat included.

Light and dork materials in sport ond dress styles. Now reduced to-- In packages and at your grocer's $6.98, $9.98, $12.98 "SEC YOU TOMORROW".

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