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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 3 HI 1931 CURRENT EVENTS GROUP TO HEAR MRS. REMINGTON India Chosen as Topic for Fourth Talk Meeting' Will Be Held Wednesday Noon at , Y. W. C. A. India will be discussed by Mrs. W. W. Remington in the fourth of her aeries of five current event lectures Wednesday at 12 o'clock at the Y. ·- W. C. A. The lectures are. sponsored by the current events department of , the Woman's club. At the. last meeting- Mrs. Remingr- ton touched on India and her talk Wednesday will continue this. It will be particularly interesting because of the unsatisfactory close of the round table in London and the release of Ghandi in India. Mrs. Remington has chosen as her topic 'India Roundtable Gives Dominion Status to India." This will be Mrs. Remington's first appearance here in two months. During that time she has been lec- .turing a part of her time in Chicago '·where she addressed a number of clubs. She will come to Mason City from Charles City where she was scheduled to-speak before the Woman's club Tuesday evening. Luncheon is not served at the current events meetings but members have been urged to make use of the Y; W. C. A. cafeteria. Following the current lecture a 15 minute period :is given over to questions arid discussion. --*-HELPING THE HOMEMAKER Licenses to Wed. Issued to Pairs During January ALLISON, Feb. 3--The following marriage licenses were granted by C. L. Schellenger, clerk of the district court of Butler county during January: Christ N. Kampman, Aplington, Anna Cordes, Ackley; Paul J. Zwank, Pella, Laura Irene Sabin, Newton; John William Trua.J, Parkersburg, Lillian Hovenga, Du mont; Delbert Lyomel White, Ma rie Mae Brinkman, Dumont; Georg Klahsen, Austinville, Emma Harms .Ackley; Albert Frank Daleske, El dora, Barbara Anna Fischer, low Falls. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME G L U H N . U A Z K T T K 15 CENT PRACTICAL PA'ITKK.N Social Calendar TUESDAY membership ban By MKS. ALEXANDER GEORGE BEEF STEW IS NUTRITIOUS Menu for Dinner Beef Stew Cabbage Salad Bread Peach Jam Apricot Pudding Cream Coffee ·· . Beef Stew Two and one-half pounds beef chuck steak, 4 tablespoons suet, 1 teaspoon salt, J ,4 teaspoon paprika, % cup diced celery, 2 tablespoons chopped onions, 8 cup- cold water. · Wipe off steak with damp cloth. Cut into pieces 1% inches square. Heat suet in frying.pan. Add meat and brown well. Place in kettle and add rest of ingredients. Cover and cook slowly 2% hours. Add vegetables during last 45 minutes of ' ' ARRIVAL in the United States of the Duke of Leinster, first duke of Ireland, is believed to portend wedding bells for Mrs. Huguette Clark G D w e r, multi-millionaire daughter of the late Senator Wil liam A. Clark, Montana copper king, and the duke. The couple is shown above. · Six Hiedium sized potatoes, 6 carrots, scraped, 6 parsnips, 3 tablespoons butter, 4 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon salt. Sprinkle salt over vegetables and add to stew mixture. When ready to serve, thicken stew by melting butter and adding flour, and adding to stock after meat and vegetables ST. VALENTINE'S DAY! FEBRUARY THE 14TH! SAY IT WITH F L O W E R S F R O M have been arranged on serving platter. Stir stock until it has thickened a little and pour over meat and vegetables. Cheap cuts of meat require moist long cooking, so stews, soups and pot roasts should be made from chuck, neck, clod or rump cuts of beef. Apricot -Pudding. Two cups flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, V 2 teaspoon salt, y 2 cup sugar, 1 egg, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 2-3 cup milk, 4 tablespoons fat, melted. Mix ingredients and beat two minutes. Pour over apricot mixture. Apricot Mixture. Two cups fresh ;or canned apricots, 1 cup water "or,'juice, 1-3 cup sugary 2: taTalespopris ^flour, % teaspoon salt, 2 .tablespoons 'lemon juice, % teaspoon nutmeg^ ; . . , Mix apricots and water. Cook four minutes in covered pan over low fire. Blend sugar and flour. Add with rest of ingredients, to apricots. Cook slowly three minutes. Stir constantly. Pour into shallow, buttered pan. Cover with cake batter. Bake 20 minutes in moderate oven. Turn out, upside down_and serve. Cut in squares. MR. AND MHS. BALMAT ENTERTAIN AT DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Balmat entertained the Double Six club at dinner Monday evening- at their home. The time was spent informally and Miss Maude Robisou was a guest. At the next meeting tho women will be entertained by their husbands. tlenun M XmxfcotvProe SQ Federal {We. y. w. c. A 6:30 o'clock, quet. Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S __ 7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple stated meeting. Wilson Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, school, lesson by Mrs. J. M. Tubbesing, informa party. Baptist Y. VV. A.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Agnes Campton, 325 Second street northwest Mrs. Dwight Compton, assisting East Side Social Circle -7:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Warren Case and Mrs. Ernest Peterson hostesses. WEDNESDAY \V. P. M. Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. G. .C. Blackmore, 1034 Third street southwest. Methodist VVeslcyan class-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. R. Patterson, 1530 North Federal avenue Alpha Delphian -2:30 o'clock, Y= W. C. A., Shakespeare's "As You Like It," Mrs J. W. Sopher. Loyal Ten cluli -2 o'clock; Mrs. George Nelson 135 Twenty-third street southwest. Coterie club -2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. J. Patton, 328 Carolina avenue southeast. St. James Lutheran Ladies' Aid -Church parlors, Mrs. Carl Krieger and Mrs. H. Trommhold, assisting. VVartburg I/uther league -8 o'clock, church parlors, Anzonetta and Marie Tobsing. Book Review department -- · 12 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. W. W. Remington. 7 ortnlghtly club -1 o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Redficld, 915 Washington avenue northwest. Shamrock club -1 o'clock,; Mrs. George Henely - " ' WIFE PRESERVERS Flower holders such as are used in bowls to keep flowers erect, make good pencil holders for the elusive family lead pencils. Make system alkaline to ...Stop Colds QUICK/ Get Rid of Colds Before They Weaken You, Make You Liable to More Serious Troubles. Nowadays it's important to stop your cold quick before it weakens your resistance to more serious trouble. Any of the older treatments will bring relief--after a time. But t thousands say this new way is the quickest of any. Begin when you feel a cold coming. Take a tablespoonful of Phillips Milk of Magnesia in a glass of water, morning, noon, and night, the first day. Do same the second day. Then only at night. Colds reduce the alkaline balance of your system. That makes you feel achy, feverish, weak. Phillips Milk of Magnesia relieves this, and restores the alkaline balance. Doctors prescribe Phillips Milk of Magnesia; hospitals use it. Millions know how it relieves sour .stomachs, gas, indigestion, constipation and other symptoms of too much acid. Get the genuine. By ANNE ADAMS PATTERN 1894 / This adorable frock with bloom- era will delight the heart of anv small girl. The unusual back ant! front capes are styled to allow little rounded shoulders to peep thru. A. bit of narrow lace dantily trims thn capes, and a -pert bow of ribbon adds a chic touch. The tuck abov-3 the hem is practical for lengthening, as well as an attractive trimming. Pattern 1894 is lovely made of swiss, dimity, voile, georget, crepe de chine or organdy. White or one of the pastel shades would bn delectable. May be obtained only in sizes 2. 4, 6 and 8. Size 4 requires 2% yardb of 36 inch fabric. No dressmaking experience if. necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size, and simple, exact instructions are given. Send 15 cents in coins or stamps (coins preferred), for each patteru, Write plainly your name, address and'style number. Be sure to stati: size wanted. The new spring and summer fashion book is now ready. It feature.' an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lin gerie, pajamas arid kiddies' clothe.i Price of book, 15 cents. Book witL pattern, 25 cents. Address all mail and orders to Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth .street, New York City. 1894 Bits About' em P. E. O., GN-Mrs. Milton Bergland, 114 Eleventh street northeast, lesson Miss Dorothy Westfall. . P. E. O., OZ-- · Mrs. Joseph J. Clark, 223 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, lesson. · Mrs. H. J. Steinberg. Ladies' auxiliary to B. of R. T. -2:30 o'clock, courthouse assembly N. D. Bridge club -2 o'clock, Mrs. M. M. Carroll, 326 West State street. Olivet Missionary society -2 o'clock, Mrs. Olaf Ulen, 38 Twenty-fourth street southwest. "Youth of All Nations," Mrs. C E. Lrincicum. Our Saviour's Lutheran Ladies' aid -2 o'clock, church, Mrs. Harry L. James, hostess. Yeomen -7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall D. A". K __ . 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones, 110-1 Second street southwest, talk by Arthur Pickford. ORK-NELSON. CLARION, Feb. 3.-- Earl Orr, 17 Woolstock, and Stella Pauline Nelson, 16, Eagle Grove, have received a license to wed in Wright county. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO NUMBER. Marriage licenses ,have been issued to Lewis Horton and Delia Barlow, Hector Thompson and Ruih Vance and Chester Tobin and Gertrude B. Short, all of Charles City; John W. Dahl and Palma Monson, Lake Mills; Carl Calvin Kinner Mason City and Catherine J. Sullivan, Dorchester, Mass.; Harry A. Lantz, Mason City, and Lottie Johnston, Faribault, Minn.; Galen Underkofler and Bertha Shaeffer Clear Lake; Joe Kirrl and Anna Walsh, Mason City; Lonnie 'Cory and Mollie Eberhardt, Mason City and John H. Johnson and Helen Nicolet, Thornton. Declam Contest to Be held. OTRANTO-- The local declamatory contest Is to be held Friday evening. EXPERi 1 WATCH REPAIRING PROMPT SERVICE WATCHES Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McConnell and son, Jack,- of Des Moines, are spending a few days in the home of Mrs. W. R. Webster, 87 River leights. * * * Miss Ruth Crabb, 4' Hampshire :ourt, has returned home from Jrinnell college, where she has been a student for the last two years. 3he plans to be in Mason City for ome time. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dibble, 615 Madison avenue northwest, drove to Clarion Tuesday where they spent the day. · . * ' ' * + .. Mr. and. Mrs. Bud. Roberts and Mrs. Jerry Curpby of Marril], Wis., are visiting at the S. M. Decker home, 110 Ninth street northeast. They will be In Mason City until the middle of the week. * * * Mrs. Estol Smith and daughter, Opal, 808 Delaware avenue north- cast, have arrived home after spending a few days with relatives at Lakesfield, Minn. * * * Miss Grace McNeil of Waterloo has returned to- her home after spending several days with the Joseph Ludemans, 424 Fourth street northwest. Miss. McNeil is a former resident of Mason City. * * * .· Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Rhea of Sigourney have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Seba Vail, 233 J'cnth street northwest. The Rheas are enroute to their home from Em- metsbiirg where they attended the furiera' of Mrs. Rhea's father. » * * Mrs., B. C. Way, Mrs. Lee P. Loomis and Mrs. David H. Convey are in Davenport attending the Episcopal Guild convention. They will re'turn to Mason City the latter ,part of, the week. The Rev. Robert M. Rsdenbaugh accompanied them to attend the annual diocese convention. » * * Grant McGowan and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McGowan have returned from a week's trip to Curryvillc, Mo., and St. Louis. In St. Louis, they attended the National Sand "and Gravel convention. * * * Dr. F. W. Conover, 30 Oak drive, spent. Monday m Decorah. * * * Mr. and Mrs. A- L. Sherin, 1011 West State street, have returned from a short trip to 'Minneapolis * * * Mrs. Addie Easton, 209 Ninth street northwest, and Miss Gertrude Decker, 132 Tenth street northwcsl, are spending a few days in Rochester, Minn. ' » * * L. A. Morehouse of Nashua is visiting at the home of his cousin, Mrs. A. L. Briar, 226 Seventh street northeast. * c * E. R. Dunlop, who has been "pending the last six weeks in England and on the continent, sailed recently for the United States. He plans to spend some time in New York and Chicago before returning ! to Mason City. While in London Mr. Dunlop sent copies of the Daily Express to the Globe-Gazette which are particularly interesting because they show the influence of American newspaper methods. IOEAI, PLBG. HTG. CO. Phono 705 514 S. Federal Child's Care of Toys Offers Opportunity to Teach Him Useful Habits By ALICE JUDSON PEALE The child's care of his toys offers an opportunity to teach him a great many..useful habits. In most homes the child's toys, except .those which have cost a good deal of money, do not receive the respect accorded to adult possessions. They are shoved helter-skel- ter into corners and closets, and i£ some are broken in the process no one gives them a second thot. Under such circumstances, it is not strange that the child, failing to draw a distinction between his own cherished possessions and those of ?rown-up members of the household, becomes destructive and careless with both. Children's toys should have a special place set aside for them. A toy chest is good for balls, tops, woolly animals and jump ropes but such j things as wheeled carts, dolls, wood- jn animals, and so on, are-apt to be broken or marred unduly by being thrown into a chest, y ";"·" It is : much ba^teV irthe child has a shelf within reach where he can place such things carefully side by side. A special box should be set aside for broken toys. On rainy,' blustery days the children will enfoy getting them out and helping mother mend ihem. .With hammer, glue and paint, toys' which seemed fit only to be thrown away will give long service. The lesson will not be lost on the children, particularly if mother lets them feel that they have really helped, and if the atmosphere of the occasion was happy and friendly. Such experiences may be the means by which thriftiness care of possessions, and skill of hand are happily impressed upon them. LIGHT AND POVVEIt AtJXILIAUY MEETS. Members of the Auxiliary to the united Light and Power company met in the P. G. E. auditorium Monday evening for a short business session which was followed by carda Prizes were won by Mrs. A. H. Fifield, Mrs. C. G. Maudsley, Mrs C. J. Day and Mrs. L. D. Paulson. Refreshments were, served by Mrs Harry Ditch, Mrs. E. C. Fatlaml and Mm. F. M. Graham. Child Study Club Women Meet at Tea Various Organizations Have Regular Meetings, At the tea given by the Chile! Study club Monday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. R. J. McEwen, 410 Jefferson avenue northwest. Mrs. J. A. Gashel spoke on "The Unadjusted School Child." Mrs. E. 'J. Sullivan talked on "Autobiographies of February" and Mrs. A. M. Saug played several Spanish numbers. Yellow daffodils centered the tea table. Guests at the affair were Mrs. Alfred Ingebretson of Thornton, Mrs. O. W. OTIS and Mrs. Sullivan The committee in charge included Mrs. Shad Morgan, chairman; Mrs A. V. Clapper, Mrs. R. J. Johnston. Mrs. C. W. Gnsswint, Mrs. N. C. Stam and Mrs. W. J. Baruour. Social Meeting Held. Occident club had a social meeting at the home of Mrs. Ira Stin?on, 88 Linden drive. The committee on arrangements included 'Mrs. T. A. Burke, Mrs. W. H. Biedermann. Mrs. H. S. Beemer and Mrs. V. A. Farrell. / Monday club met with Mrs. G. K. Davies. 818 Washington avenue northwest. Mrs. F. W. Dunn had charge of current events find Mrs. C. L. Marston articles from the Atlantic Monthly. At the Twentieth Century club meeting w»lh Mr?. William J. Holahan, 824 Adams avenue northwest, Mrs. W. A. Wp^lfal! discussed current topics aud Mrs. George Willis Hill spoke on "Disraeli." Mitchell Club Meets. Mrs. W. P. Merkel. 69 River heights drive, was hostess to the Maria Mitchell club Monday afternoon when the lessojj on "Winning of Freedom" was given,by Mrs. G. M. Woodruff. At the Chautauqua club mseting with Mrs. J. R. Hoi- man, 15 Oak drive. Mrs. George Senior and group 3 had charge of the topics and Mrs. A. R. Sale. "Ladies of the White House." Mrs. J. 3. Hawthorne. 418 Ninth street northeast, entertained the T. A. E. club Monday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Foster Elliott r-poke on "Heirs." H. E. O. club met with Mr«. Starr Parker, 926' Washington avenue northwest when Mrs. C. E. Sherwood led the lesson on "L'n- coln." Mrs. J. F. Kuppinger led the lesson at the meeting of the Midland club Monday afternoon with Mrs. Isabel Bowen, 103 Connecticut avenue southeast, as hostess. ELLA VASKE TO WED ARNOLD SCHIJtTZ BANCROFT, Feb. 3.--The banns of matrimony have been announced for the first time between Ella Vaske and Arnold Schiltz. MRS JOEL HANES HOSTESS TO CLUE Mrs. Joel Hanes, -111 Fifteenth street northwest, entertained the members of the Lafalot club at her home Monday afternoon. Bridge was played and Mrs. Harley Ransom won high score prize. Forget Divorced ManWhoCannot Forget His Wife HA'lfc HEALTH / beqins in the roots. / For life and natural / luster treat your scalp / and dress your hair / in one operation, / For the entire family. M. J. Whittall will have on display Wednesday, Feb. 4, a complete line of FLOOR. COVERINGS, consisting of RUGS, CARPETS and AMERICAN ORIENTAL type of RUGS -- Those interested call Mier Wolf , Sons', Rug. Dept. Phone 3400 for an appointment. By VIRGINIA LEE "MY DEAR MISS LEE: I think a lot of a man who was divorced a year ago by his wife. He alway. talks about her everytime he's ir my .company. All I hear is. 'My wife was so smart; my wife coulJ save money better than anyone el=e. my wife, etc.' He listens to our radio and seems in a daze every time they play anything sentimental. I have asked him why he acts this waj. and his only answer is that he can'i forget her and still cares. "Do you think I should bothui with him any more or give him up" He has tried to effect a reconciliation with her. but she wrote him ir, reply that she would always be a good friend, but could never live with him again. Don't you think he should forget her and not talk abou' her when he is in my company? "He has a terrible temper, ami if I dare to talk on this subject to him he flares lip and goes wild and tells me to mind my own business. "So tell me. Miss Lee, shall 1 give him up and get a single fellow anc : let him alone to dream of his wife, or will he change in time? "ANXIOUS." Since what you want is to be all in all to a chap. Anxious, and this mari still is in love with his wife ana merely uses you to listen to him while he raves about her, I think you had bRter let him go and get a single man with less on his mind. He may forget her enough in tim c to ask you to marry him provided you continue to go with him, but I don't envy you the job of being his second wife. Everything you do thai doesn't suit his fancy will be com pared, doubtless, to the way his firsr wife would have done it, and you'll lead an unhappy existence. It will be worse than if she wai. dead, because he may sec her occasionally, and that will renew his passion for her. He doesn't want a new sweetheart. What he needs is a sympathetic soul to tell his troubles to If you don't want to fill that role, you had better step out of the picture. And possibly the temper he displays when he "goes wild" when you mention your objections to his monologs about his wife, is Just a. hint of what his wife had to put up with before she procured her divorce and the whyfore of the separation. * * * LONESOME LOVER: If you think that you could accept the boy Granddaughters of Founders of Pi Phi Pledged at Monmouth MONMOUTH, ni., Feb. 3. OP)-Granddaughters of two founders of Pi Beta Phi sorority have been pledged to Alpha chapter at Monmouth college, where their grandmothers and ten other co-eds formed the sorority in 1867. The girls, both freshmen, are Kathryn Turnbull of Pittsburgh and Jane Tornquist of Poison, Mont. . ADULTS PERMITTED TO BE PRESENT AT SITTIG TRIO CONCERT Announcement has been made by the committee in charge of the children's concert to be held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the high school auditorium that adults may also attend. This is the second in a series of musical events sponsored by the Grade Teachers association. The Sittig trio will play and an interesting program has-been announced. The trio includes father, son and daughter and they play piano, cello and violin. The children in all the grade schools attend these concerts which are designed to create an interest in good music. Tickets for older people who wish to attend will be sold at the door. friend's religion and be happy married to him, there is no reason in the world why you shouldn't do your best to make up with him. 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