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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 13, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                              1 I if Mahaskan Donations Are Voted Contributions were voted and senior offieers appointed at a meeting Mahaska Society Chil dren of the American Revolution Saturday at the home of the prcs ident Mary Lou Beach 919 Mon roe N W The society voted to contribute to the CAR Library Museum fund Gadsby Tavern Kate Dun can Smith BAR school and St Marys Indian School for Girls in South Dakota A presidents pin was purchased to be used by the presiding officer while in office Committee reports were given The hostess presided at the meet ing and Sonja Rachut acted as chaplain and Eric Rachut color bearer Mrs G Oliver Beach senior president appointed Mrs Don Rachut as senior vice president Mrs Otto WiJliamson senior re cording secretary Mrs Joel F Hanes senior treasurer Mrs Raymond Coe senior chaplain Mrs Harold J Posey senior his torian and Mrs Fred Reddens senior registrar The Feb 8 meeting will be a guest day at the home of William Moore MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT GARNER GARNER Hancock County Clerk of Court Doris Young is sued marriage licenses the past week to LeRoy J Preusehl 21 Mason City and Teresa Rayhons 19 Garner James K Hobbs 20 Britt and Lilah H C Doege 19 Woden Wayne Edward Dits worth 23 Britt and Jenele B Morgan 20 Britt and to Joseph J Weliik 24 Britt and Gloria Nielsen 22 Garner and Mrs Earl Wallar of Tujuna an nounce the engagement of their daughter Myrna Darleen Park er to Pfc Robert Grosland son of Mr and Mrs Helmer Gros land of Kensett The brideelect is a graduate of Verdugo Hills High School and the bridegroom of the Kensett High School He studied auto mechanics at the Austin Area Vocational School He is stationed at Port McArlhur San Pedro A June wedding is Lat ter Day Saints Church in Sun land Calif Centerpiece Keeps Moving NEW YORK UP Looking for a centerpiece to delight chil To Fit or Not to Fit Chemise By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Womens Editor u When is a sack not a sack The 1958 answer when American fashion designers gel through redesigning womens styles The embattled chemise storm center of heated arguments on both sides of the Atlantic emerges as the top fashion for spring but far different from the original shapeless garments shown in Paris last fall on Chemise New York designers prcview ng spring styles for the nations ashion press show as many variations on the chemise theme as a modern jazz musician im provising on Beethoven There is the chemise belted in front only hanging loose and straight in back There is the chemise belted in back straight in front There is the unbelted variety fully shaped so that it is ap parent there are feminine curves beneath There is the dress with a simu lated jacket front and straight loose back There is the blousec chemise loose around the mid riff bloused at the hipbone It Has to Fit Social Calendar PLANS Os car Twito announces the en gagement of her daughter Ra mona to Capt Robert F Rayle of the Army stationed at the Pentagon in Washington He is a son of Mrs Roy Rayle of Sumler The cou ple plans an early spring wed ding Miss Twito is employed by the Research Wash ington and is located at the Great Lakes Naval Train MONDAY Bethlehem Jr Wallher 7 Fellowship Hall Presbyterian Evening Miss Marion Hanes 413 Carolina Daughters of Union CIO Hall St Helenas Circle Mrs L C Pattee 548 E Slate Baptist Circle 8 Mrs Leroy Ream 607 Con necticut ITT Chapter 8 Mrs Wallace Allen 151j Dei aware TUESDAY Womans 2 Library Roosevelt Elementary school Toastmistress Cerro Gordo Hotel Grant Recipe Jan 13 1958 9 GlotieGatelle Mason CHy Beat eggs uiilil they begin to get thick gradually beat in sugar Mix in melted butter dates lemon rind and coconut flour and water mix thor oughly Turn into buttered 9 by 9 OF THE DAY By Cecily Brownstone DATE COCONUT BARS Ingredients VA cups sifted by 2 inch pan bake in slow 325 cake flour Vh teaspoons oven about 35 minutes acting baking powder Ms Pa and Cllt nto bars Store in tightly covered contain salt 2 eggs 1 cup light brown sugar firmly 1 table spoon butter or margarine er cup finely sliced jdates 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind 1 cup shredded coconut cut in short 1 table jspoon hot water SHE MADE IT IN JUST 79 DAYS NEWTON 111 UP Mrs Norma Eaton Newton attorney traveled by airplane train bus Method Sift together the cakejstation wagon and boat around lour baking powder and salt the world in 79 days Colleen Harding Becomes Bride Colleen Clara Harding daughter of Mr and Mrs Lewis D Harding and Eu jgene Ray Morgan son of Mr school Clio Club Postponed to Jan 21 St Cecilias Circle Hall Jefferson Kindergarten 1st 2nd Grade school GarficldMadison MadisonSchool and Mrs Ru dolph Nitardy of St Ansgar announce the engagement of their daughter Margaret lo Eugene Buenger son of Mr and Mrs Otto Buenger of Trip oli Miss Nitardy a graduate of the St Ansgar high school studying nursing at Allen Memorial in Waterloo Mr Buenger was graduated from the Tripoli High School and is an accountant in Tripoli Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery3 New York N Y Special For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the aston ishing ability to shrink hemor rhoids stop itching and relieve pain without surgery In case after case while gently dren or amuse adults Put chemise dress has to fit if it is to be flattering It must One thing designers make clear and D of Parc handful of moth balls in a tall apothecary jar an oversized brandy snifter or fish bowl Add cup of vinegar and 1 teaspoon baking soda for every glass of water needed to fill the container The moth balls will bounce around for about an hour When they slow down add more soda and vinegar fit perfectly at shoulders bust and hips with the relaxed look only in the middle This ushers in a new lineup of foundation garments which flatten the hips and leave the waistline un cinched Suits for spring are smart vearable and varied Most popu er Gef More Heat For Less Money With The Great GE Automatic GAS FURNACE FOR YEARROUND COMFORT GES SPECIAL DESIGN ENABLES YOU TO ADD A GE PREPAIRED HONE COOLING UNIT NOW OR LATER AT LOW COST FREE ESTIMATES Progress Is Our Most Important Product GENERAL ELECTRIC Roberts Furnace Co GAS AND OIL FURNACES 1454 North Federal Dial GA 36274 Here Dwells Understanding mont were married at Lake Shore Baptist Church in Oakland Calif The Rev Harold N Giestwiest pastor of the Baptist Church per formed the ceremony Miss Isa belle Martinez served as maid of honor James Harding brother of the bride was bestman A reception was given in the Oakland St Johns Unit 8 Mrs Jake Douglas 922 N Federal Jr Womans Club 8 Mrs Kenneth Griffin 1616 Pennsylvania Subordinate Lodge 8 IOOF Hall Moose 8 Moose Hall Trinity Bethel 8 Mrs Paul Lindemeyer 1G40 Hillcrest Dr families that Colonial has served continue io depend on them for iriendly counsel and helpfulness These people know from ex perience thltt at Colonial they receive deep human understanding in their time of need Corner 3rd and Pennsylvania N E pa i a lie jiobably will be the cropped acket suit with brief unfitted acket just reaching the hipbone ined in print to match the over louse of the same length The nice thing about this kind of hreepiece suit is that skirt and Blouse may be worn without the jacket making a smartly coor dinated costume Bloused Jacket There is the bloused jacket suit also high in favor and the hanel suit with loose straight jacket and pleated skirt Some jackets have back full ness starting at the neckline cuffed at the hipline There is much hemline interes in the new straightline dresses As one designer is focused at neck and hem now that the midriff is in eclipse Some chemise dresses hav aleated flounces at the hemlines others draw interst below with back slits lowplaced bows or liemline decoration For After Dark Tilings grow a litlle more fitted after dark with even a few full skirts available But the newest looking evening gown is the draped chiffon sheath subtly shaped to accent the figure but never tight This may be either long or short looks seductive in black dramatic in recrgirlish and flattering in pastels Fabrics for spring are hand some and elegant with feather weight and woolens lend ing distinction to suits silk suit RALPH J HOGAN MARVIN McKEE Directors home of the brides anH Mcs 1 Martin for 75 guests following he ceremony The bride is a graduate of the opejoy High School with the class of 57 She has been em Dried Fruits NtrfsGombfrred ng shortens a garments life she said Just wash dry and shake out knitted goods shrinkage took place Most amazing of were so thorough that sufferers Finds Healing Substance That Pain Stops Itching as it Shrinks Hemorrhoids made astonishing statements Piles have ceased to be a problem The secret is a new healing sub stance of a worldfamous research institute This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form the At your druggist Money bac guarantee Pat Off CHICAGO dried fruits and nuts make a delicious confection Raisins dried apricots prunes loyed at Registration News at and walnuts can be Oakland The bridegroom is ajPack the indgredients into ani graduate of the Paremont Highjoiled pan and cut into squares School in 56 He is stationed at Moffat Field in the Navy Air Corps Their home will be at Mountain View after a rip to HalfMoon Bay Boned Rolled Horn Makes Feast The confection also can bcj rolled into balls i COMO CARDIGAN IS FOR SMALL FRY Look for the Como cardigan in spring fashions for small fry Creepers will come with match ing vnecked sweaters One white cable stitch suit also has a match CHICAGO UP Boned rolled ing cardigan ham is an excellent choice for feasting during the winter sea son Its available in fully cooked or cookbeforeeating styles and in weights of 814 pounds The fully cooked ham can be served just as it is packed or be glazed and heated before serving RIPE OLIVES ADD TO SPAGHETTI SAUCE CHICAGO UP Seeking somei thing new in spaghetti flavor Try spaghetti with charcoal broil ed hamburgers and a meatless sauce with drained canned chop ped ripe olives added SPARE THE IRON SAVE THE KNIT A leading European knitwear designer the Marchesa di Gresy of Italy says American women are too fastidious when it comes to caring for knitted clothes Iron SPUTN1K FASHIONS NOWHIT BOTTOM Weve hit bottom in sputnik inspired fashions Now comes the satellite or sputnik pantie in frill ings important in he lineup and ccl nylon ncl with meteoritelike all kinds of blends with new lalruling around the hem ents Women who vowed that they wouldnt be caught dead in the new sack styles are changing their minds now that they have seen a few worn by smart wom en and probably will be well ac customed to the new silhouette by Easter shopping time Jack J Diercks TAX SERVICE Bookkeeping To Fit Your Needs 21 S Federal Dial GA 37155 m What a difference a No need to run to answer each call No worries about unwatched pots on the xStove Its a real step saver any housewife will welcome Telephones in your kitchen bedroom or workshop add extra convenience privacy and protection Each extension phone costs kitchen phone makes only a few cents a day Call your telephone business office now Northwestern Bell Telephone Company What a big difference telephone service makes how little it costs STOCKREDUCTION Cleaning House January Inventory Savings COAT SAVINGS Winter coals in button or clutch styles 100 wool fabrics Many styles Blue brown red black beige and tweeds 6 to 18 5 lo 15 READYTOWEAR Dresses To Clear Save to to Fall and winter dresses party casual styles crepes prints ierseys Juniors Womens and Misses sizes READYTOWEAR SPORTS SHOP SPECIALS CAR COATS to Greys and reds alpaca lined SWEATERS to Lambswools fur blends full fashioned classics novelties Many colors SKIRTS to Wools rayons velveteens plaids tweeds solids Many colors Better blouses Whites colors prints dressy styles Dripdry fabrics BLOUSES to and shirts slmrt or IhrcKquarler sleeve white novelties prinls cottons crepes SPORTS WEAK FIRST FLOOK GIRLS SPECIALS GIRLS 3 lo Subteen to OFF GIRLS pastels and whites Sizes 7 to 14 to GIRLS CAR alpaca 3 to subieen to GIRLS TUMBLE blouses 7 to 14 1 3 tO 2 OFF FIRST FLOOR Infants and Toddlers Tumble Table Babe sweaters cord crawlers 1 suits pajamas etc Toddlers Coat Sets broken dresses I U Toddlers Snow Suits broken sizes I kimonos Off FIRST FLOOR FOR MEN ONLY MENS TIES 99c Mens tumble table includes belts pajamas ivy league caps sweat ers shirts robes OFF And More FLOOR GLOVE CLEARANCE Wool Gloves and Mittens 69c to FIRST FLOOR 3 to 6x Boys and Girls Wear Girls Dresses Cottons taffetas nylons prints Many colors 3 to 6x to Girls Skirts Quilts felts taffetas wash able wools Many colors Sizes 3 to 6x to Girls Tumble Table Slacks Tshirts blouses to Vz Off Girls Snow Suits Washable popfin and nylon Sizes 3 to 6x Price Boys Snow Suits Washable poplin and nylon Sizes 3 to 6x Boys Tumble Table Flannel robes pa jamas shirts cord slacks crawlers lined jeans wool and orlon checked slacks to Vi Off First Floor North BOYS SPECIALS Sizes 6 to 18 Boys Sports Shirts to Boys Hooded Sweat Shirts Boys Loafer Boys OddLot Robes DressSlacks to Boys 69 Boys Caps to Boys Pajamas to Boys FIRST FLOOR SOUTH Various Shaped Bags in furs Jewelry Cases Beits Odd Lot Assortment of Necklaces Earrings 1 Bracelets FLOOR tO Off tO Off NECKWEAR ITEMS Scarfs 29 to Earwarmers and wool dickeys price Knitted Vz price Blouses price Fall Flowers 10 and 25 FIRST FLOOR SAVE S now during our JANUARY SALE of corsetry lingerie and WHITE GOODS   

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