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Wednesday, July 10, 1935
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 10 ·§ 1935 FORTNIGHTLY CONTRACT PARTY HELD AT COUNTRY CLUB Arrangement of K i t c h e n Saves Time Home Maker's Energy Often Wasted in Poorly Planned Room. AMES, July 10.--Rearranging equipment in the kitchen and providing more well arranged storage space will conserve much of the homemaker's energy and time, Miss Fannie Gannon, home managemen"" specialist in the extension service a' Iowa State college, said Wednesday in an interviey concerning farm housing improvement. Many housewives have found thai they can save considerable time for leisure or for other work by we! planned but often inexpensive improvements in the kitchen, Miss Gannon explained. Improvements that can be made with relatively little or no expense may include rearrangement of equipment and addition of cupboard space, refinishing or recovering the floor and repainting" the walls or woodwork. Experiments conducted in a typical farm kitchen a few.years ago, in which the distance traveled by the housewife was measured by a pedometer, showed that the distance walked in one week doing kitchen work could be reduced from 5 to 2% miles by rearranging the equipment and furnishings. This saved approximately half an hour's labor each day, said Miss Gannon. If adequate cupboard space is not available, it may, in many cases be build in by the husband; Most farmers have adequate tools for this type of work. Inexpensive lumber, such as pine, may be used for construction of built-in-cupboards. Cupboards may either be enameled or, if knotty pine is used, a rubbed oil finish may be applied. Cupboard space should be as near the table and stove as possible to save steps. Refinishing the walls will make working much more pleasant, Miss Gannon declared. Much of the fatigue of homemakers is due to working in dingy, unattractive kitchens. If the kitchen does not have adequate light, use of proper paint will greatly improve the lighting in the room. Neutral colors such as warm tan, gray, cream or ivory, are recommended for kitchen walls and ceiling* HELPING THE HOMEMAKER Write Winning Essays STANLEY BAUMGARTNER MARGARET INGLBDUE Slargaret Inglcdue of Monroe school and Stanley Baumgartner of Wilson school were winners in the cigaret essay contest sponsored by he Home Builders class of the First. Methodist church. First prizes were awarded to winners in the fifth and sixth grade pupils from which Stanley's essay was chosen and Margaret's was chosen from the seventh and eighth grade group. The essays were written to show the bad effects of cigaret smoking and the large numbers of papers entered is indicated by the fact that the manuscripts weighed a total of 17 pounds. (Lock Photos. Kayenay Cuts) "·-·-, ,By MKS. MAKY MORTON Menu Hint Tomato Juice Cocktail with Cheese Crackers Tasty Liver Cakes Radishes Berry Tarts Tea Cheese may be spread on plain crackers and then the crackers may be put under a low broiler flame for just a second to brown the cheese to serve with the tomato juice. The commercial cheese wafers and crackers will also serve here. Do you know, I think a little formality, even in family meals, helps sometimes. For instance, a perfectly plain tomato juice cocktail served before the meal with crackers, such as 1 have suggested, may be served in the living room or on the porch before the meal is served. It can also be served as a first course at the table, of course. Today's Recipes. Tasty Liver Cakes--One cup cooked liver, ground; one cup ricecl potatoes, one egg, beaten; one small onion, ground; salt and pepper. Mix ingredients well, form into flat cakes and fry in bacon drippings until well browned. Serve topped with slice of tomato and strip of crisp bacon. Makes six medium sized cakes. Orange Bread. Simmer the rinds of two large or three small oranges in water to cover 10 minutes. Drain, cover with water again. Cook until tender. Drain and shred with scissors. Add one-half cup water and one-half cup sugar and cook slowly till syrupy and transparent. There should be half a cup. Sift together two and one-half cups flour, five teaspoons baking powder, one-half cup sugar and one-fourth teaspoon salt. Combine three eggs, well beaten; three- fourths cup milk, one-fourth cup orange juice, one teaspoon lemon juice, two tablespoons melted shortening and the cooked orange rind. Mix the dry and liquid mixture only till the dry is thoroughly moistened. Bake in greased loaf pans at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. This type of bread should not be sliced till thoroughly cooled. SPECIALS ON ALL STANDARD WAVES Save $1.00 One Week Only Frederics ,Duart, Nestle and several others $1.95 to $7.50 Complete By Olfo Williamson, Hair Stfttst, featuring careful, individual service. Shampoo with every Jfln- ser Wave dried . . . . M e Medicated Hoi Oil Dandruff treatment with Violet Rav, including Shampoo and Flncer Wave for SI .00. BcKular $2.00 value. Palace Theater Barber and Beauty Shop Phone 505 108 S. Federal Ave. Nutrition Specialist Advises What Types of Foods Best for Chile By GARRY C. MYERS, PH. D. I am not a nutrition specialist but I happen to know who are, and am able to pass on what they say Yesterday I relayed some advice given by Prof. Agnes Fay Morgan professor of household science, University of California, to directors of emergency schools. What is considered the best for the little children with parents on relief is also best for all little children, hence of in- :erest to all young mothers. Here in part is what Professor Morgan advises as essential diets: "Protein food suggested: Meat or :ish, three ounces; one egg, three mnces cottage cheese, three glasses milk 'Food iron: Red meats, such as j«ef, veal and lamb are good sources of food iron. Kidneys, liver, eart and brains are particularly ich in iron and also in vitamin con- ent . . . . Egg yolk is an excellent ron-containing food. Oo not omit he daily egg yolk. Apricots, eaches, prunes and other dried fruits are useful for this purpose. Greens, particularly spinach, provide food iron . . . . 'Vitamin A. Butter, egg yolk, cod liver oil, liver of all sorts, green and yellow vegetables . . . Yellow vegetables such as sweet potatoes, carrots, squash . . . Sugar, white bread, meat and vegetable oils have Dractically none. "Vitamin D, the Richitis-Prevent- ng Substance: Egg yolk, fish, both 'resh and canned. Above all, cod Jver oil. Do not fail to give at least a dessertspoon of pure cod liver oil (preferably not an emulsion) every day to every child from three months of age to adolescence. Sunshine on the bare skin, not through ^ s o r clothes, will assit t h e good work, but the cod liver oil is the sure and simple preventive. "Vitamin C, the Scurvey-Prevent- ing Substance: Fresh raw fruits and vegetables. The most potent fruits in this group are orange juice, tomatoes, lemon juice, grapefruit juice, raw cabbage. . . . "Vitamin B, the Anti-Neurotic Substance: Only whole grain cereals and legumes are really useful sources. Wheat germ; rice polish and brewers' yeast are the richest sour,- ces available, and it would probably be wise to include one or two tablespoons of one of them In each day's diet. "Vitamin G, the Anti-Pellagoric Substance: Fruits, vegetables and milk; liver, meat, eggs, spinach, lettuce." Maybe you have trouble to get your child to eat. Write me about it, in care of this paper, inclosing a self-addressed stamped envelope. I think I can help you. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have teen issued to Clarence Siebert and Gertrude Cummings, both of Pine City, Minn., Andres Baiza of Nelson, ffl., and Louisa Gonzales of Mason City; Norman Clyde Stilwell and Dorothy Verna James, both of Mason City. HOYT-REIMERS. WHITTEMORE, July 10.--Lucille Reimers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Reimers, was married, at Dundee, to Dr. H. G. Hoyt of Dundee. Mrs. Hoyt was graduated from the Whittemore high school. She attended the Junior college in Emmetsburg. State Teachers college in Cedar Falls and Iowa State college at Ames. She is a member of the Kappa Delta sorority. Dr. Hoyt is a graduate of Iowa State at Ames He is a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilom fraternity. Dr. and Mrs Hoyt will make their home in Dundee where he has been practicing for a year. .;. . STADLE-HOGAN SPILLVILE, July 10.--Announcement is made of the wedding of Irwin Stadle, son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Stadle of Spillvilfe. and Ruth Hogan of Iowa City which was held in Missouri last November. He is employed by the Carlson Construction company at Decorah. They will make their home in Decorah after July 15. SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY I. O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Moose hall. THURSDAY Athenian club Picnic postponed to July 18. East Side Presbyterian Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs L. V. Fox, hostess. Baptist reception-8 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Felt northwest of town, farewell party for the Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Caul. Portland W. C. T. U.-Mrs. C. Vaughn, southeast of Portland. V. M. F. C.-8 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Leaman, 1004 Monroe avenue northwest, executive meeting. Evangelical Ladies' Aid-2 o'clock, group 1, Mrs. Kenneth Benner, 308 Fifteenth street northwest; group 2, Mrs. M. Ferman, 28 Thirteenth street northeast; group 3, Mrs. Lena Schmitz, 1014 Delaware avenue northeast. Trinity Forest Park circle-2:30 o'clock, West park. . U. G. A. club- Mrs. John McKee. Kwiek Trix club-Mrs. Eric Renner, 1211 Adams avenue northwest. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock. Moose hall. ?oyal Neighbors-7:30 o'clock. Moose hall. B. P. W. club-6 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, to go to Clear Lake. V. F. W. auxiliary-8 o'clock, clubrooms. rlRS. J. G. CRAVEN HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. George D. Walrath, 419 fourteenth street southeast, entertained at bridge Tuesday afternoon at her home complimenting Mrs. J. Craven of Des Moines who is spending some time at Clear Lake. 3ridge was played with prizes going :o Mrs. Ralph Emmons and Mrs. .yle Stilwell. A gift was presented to Mrs. Craven. Tournament Will Be at Playground Jacks, Mumblety-Pag, anc Hopscotch Games in Tourney. Boys and girls of Roosevelt ana Jackson school districts will start a series of tournaments at the Roosevelt school playground Thursday. The tournaments will take in "jacks," "hopscotch," and "mum blety-peg." The following have signed up for their interest group: "Jacks," Betty Pearson, Dorothy Rice, Virginia Manning, Lorraine Riley. Jean Sullivan, Avonne Welsh. Doris Fergerson, Beth Griffeth, Phyllis Ulen, Phyllis Quenrud, Lorraine Johnston Ruth Elaine Jorgenson, Yvonne Davis, Marian Johnston, Shirley Vesterby, Lois Everist, Shirley Jean Hest, Beverly Jean Welsh, Geraldine Farrer. Maxine Young. Beverly Jean Miller and Catherine Doolan. In the "hopscotch" group are Clarice Bowers, Mildred Louise Pingenot, Joyce Bingham, Dolores Manlove, Mary Hughes, Wilmeth Everest, Betty Belle McCourt and Carol McCollum. "Mumblety-peg" players are girls, Margaret Zeigler. Arlene Wood. Mary Zeigler, Viola Anderson, Glenys Rosemeyer, Leona Rice and boys, Bill Griffeth, Richard Welsh, Kenneth Post, Myron Zeigler, Harold Riley, Jr., Harold Nip' per, Donald Pedeson, Dale Jorgen son, James Martinson, Bart Doolan, Jr.. Gerald Anderson and John L. Rice. The children gather news each day the playground is open and at the end of the period, their newspaper, "The Playground Chatter," is read. Virginia Sullivan is the edi tor-in-chief. She has as her assistants, Harold Riley, Jr., Carol McCollum, Virginia Manning, Gale Gustafson, Bertha Jane Ferguson and Beverly Jean Walsh. Betty Mae Geer has the record book and also keeps clippings. There are 66 youngsters enrolled and each of them contributes news items. JORGENSON-MABEE. CORWITH, July 10.--The marriage of Miss Pauline Mabee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mabee of Des Moines, and Robert Jorgenson, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Jorgenson of Corwith, was held at the College Avenue Church of Christ in Des Moines in the presence of 200 :uests. The Rev. De Loss Marken, pastor, officiated. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Marken and Miss Faye Rohmer sang "I Love You Truly." Miss Dorothy Vaske and George Faunders attended the couple. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride- room's mother in Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgenson will spend two week's here before returning to Des Moines where they will make their home. HANIG-BRIGGS ACKLEY, July 10.--The marriage of William J. Hanig. son of Mi-, and Mrs. George Hanig of Ackley, and Miss Pieronette Mary Briggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Briggs of Fort Dodge was solemnized July 7 in Corpus Christi church by the Rev. J. P. Masterson. Miss Mary Maude Hanig and Nicholas Hanig were attendants. The reception and dinner followed at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hanig have gone to 'Newton where they will make their home. EYELET BATISTE COOL GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN, 160 Fifth Aavenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Soft Bodice Treatment of This Frock Lends It Feminine Charm; Dress Easily Made. 5451 BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. King Vanderwicken, 115 Kentucky avenue southeast, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Young, 112 Madison avenue northwest, have returned from a 10 day trip west dur- ng which they spent some time in Yellowstone and Glacier National jarks and visited an aunt of Mrs. Vanderwicken, Mrs. A. J. Dean, at ialispell, Mont. They also were at Banff and Lake Louise in Canada, * * * Miss Eleanor Irons has arrived home from Minneapolis to spend the remainder of the summer with her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Irons, 18 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. * * * Miss Edra Van Every has left for a 10 day visit in Washington, D. C., after spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Van Every, 409 First street northwest. Miss Van Every will go from Washington to Buffalo, N. Y., and take the boat from there to Chicago where she teaches in the Moser Business college. * * * Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith of Winnebago, Nebr., have left for their home after visiting for a few days with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Smith, 422 Quincy avenue southwest. * # * Mrs. Rose Liederman and daughter, Mrs. Minnie LeBost and her daughter, Estelle, Hannah Eringer Here's a darling little dress with soft bodice treatment, which makes it so entirely charming. And note how prettily the front skirt is sectioned off into panels. The bodice is also paneled to match, which makes this model suitable for many type figures. Checked seersucker with the yoke and pockets out on the bias, is a very smart and practical scheme. Style No. 3451 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years. 36, 38 and 40- inches bust. Size 16 requires 3}i yards of 39-inch material with % yard of 35-inch contrasting for belt or a leather belt may be worn. Send fifteen cents (15c) in stamps or coin (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Summer Fashion Book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy today: Book and Pattern together twenty- five cents. Do not send to Mason City, out address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue. New York City. « and Cele Heinmich, all of New York are visiting at the home of Mrs. Joe Benowitz, 203 Taylor avenue southwest. Mrs. LeBost and Mrs. Benowitz ar e daughters of Mrs. Liederman. * * * Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes, 325 Fourteenth street southeast, and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lampe, 420 Fourteenth street southeast, have returned from a motor trip west. They visited in Denver, points of interest in the Rocky mountains and Estes park. While in the west they spent some time with the Rev. Frank Pattee in St. Mary's sanitarium at Colorado Springs. Father Pattee is a cousin of Mr. Lampe. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harrison. 307 Sixth street northwest, have arrived from their wedding trip. They spent some time in Chicago and in various places in Michigan, Wisconsin and northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison were married June 30. * * # The Misses Helen Abel, Ruth Bliss, Carol Hass and Katherine and Marianna Sbeffler drove to Chariton Wednesday for the wedding of Miss Harriett Copeland and Dr. David O. Holman. WE-CAN-DO-IT CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING. We-Can-Do-It club members met at the home of Theresa Dolan when Mary Kirk was elected president. Plans were made for a picnic July 16 and reports on the conventioin were given by Mrs. M. McLaughlin and Mildred Gauley. A demonstration of "Orderly Dresser Drawers" was given by Alice Jean Kirk. Mildred Gauley demonstrated the "Bed Which Sleeps Best" and Arlene Gerdes told of "Beauty Spots in Iowa." 4-H CLUB MEETING AT PLYMOUTH SCHOOL. Boys of the 4-H club met at Plymouth school with Edward O'Donnell in charge of the meeting. Harley Urbatch and Glen Coache spoke on "Stalls" and John Hanson gave a talk on "Winter Feeding cf Birds." Paul Matzen discussed fire prevention and a Polk county leader spoke on raising calves. Young Musicians Americo and Victor Cimmino, young musicians at the Singing Village in progress at Clear Lake, who have amazed their listeners by their accomplishments, are to be featured on the Wednesday night program at the Methodist campgrounds. The eldest boy, Victor, is a 9 year old violinist and his brother, Americo, is a 6 year old pianist. The boys, whose home is in New York, are pupils of Signor Dante Fiorillo. (Kirk Photo. Kayenay Cut) SELLERS-WHITE ROWAN, July 10.--E. Charles Sellers of Rowan and Grace Olive White of Dows were married by the Rev. Mr. Brough in the Presbyterian parsonage in Dows. Their attendants were Mervin Reese and Elsie Eden and Maynard Azeltine and Ardelle Cooper of Rowan. Stag Affair on Schedule for Members Women Golfers at Mason City Club for Obstacle Tournament. Contract was played at nine tables at the fortnightly evening bridge party Tuesday at the Mason City Country club and high score prizes went to Mrs. F. B. Smith and. Dr. G. W. Cady. Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Dibble, Miss Doris Markley and J. E. E. Markley acted as hosts for the evening. A buffet supper preceded the evening's play. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. George Streeter for the buffet supper to be served Thursday evening at the .stag party at the ciub. Golf win tie played in the aft- ternoon preceding the supper. Wednesday was golf day for the women at the club and a luncheon followed the morning's sport. An obstacle tournament had been arranged for the players. Mrs. C. M. Franchere entertained the Bridge club at luncheon Wednesday afternoon at the Mason City country club and contract was played during the afternoon. FAREWELL PARTY PLANNED FOR CAULS. Baptist Ladies aid is planning a farewell reception for the Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Caul, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Felt, northwest of town. Members and friends of the church have been invited to attend and transportation may be had by calling 3542. In case of rain, the i reception will be at the church. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 Clearance Where can you buy quality apparel like this at these prices? Compare and be convinced of these values that are genuine and savings that are substantial. Spring Coats Reduced to $7.00, $10.00 and up Wash Dresses Reduced to $1.00, $1.43 and up Girls' Wash Dresses Reduced to 29e, $1.39 and up Summer Gloves Reduced to 19e, 35e and up "SEE YOU TOMORROW" BUT BOB'S ATTITUDE CHANGED, WHEN... A FEW W££K$ LATER AVOID OFFENDING Underthings absorb perspiration odor. Protect daintiness this easy way: HE RAVED ABOUT YOU WHEM HE FIRST SAW 3EAN, BUT-DO OU WND IF ! TALK FRANKLVP HELEN WAS A BRICK. 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