The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 6, 1933 · Page 7
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December 6, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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DECEMBER 6 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Cup Offered for Winner in Contract Announcement M a d e at Tournament Tuesday at Hanford. Announcement of a cup to be j awarded to the champion woman contract bridge player in Mason City by Mrs. W. B. Brice was made at the bridge tournament sponsored by Mrs. O. A. Lueders, Mrs. Ellen White and Mrs. Lloyd Roberts Tuesday afternoon at the Hotel Hanford. There were 14 tables and north and south winners were Mrs. Allan Beck and Mrs. Fred Pettis, and east and west, Mrs. J. W. Irons and Mrs. Howard Knesel. Second place lor north and south was won by J Mr.-). Gilbert Avery and Mrs. F. W. Osmundson and for east and west by Mrs. Earl Ferris arid Mrs. Lou Barry, both of Hampton. The cup will be awarded to the winner at the close of a series o) three tournaments and in view of the fact that it was necessary to avoid neutral scores- on a number of boards it was deemed best not to use the scores of the Tuesday tour- ?iament in the contest for the Brice cup. The first tourney in this con :est will be held the latter part of January. A number of luncheons preceded the play at the Hanford. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By ALEXANDER GEORGE. Sunday's Menus. Breakfast Sliced Oranges Egg Omelet Coffee Bread Coffee Milk for the Children Butter Dinner Beef Broth and Rice Salted Wafers Pot Roast Mashed Sweet Potatoes Buttered Onions Bread Butter Fruit Gelatin Dessert Sour Cream Date Nut Cookies Coffee Supper Popped Corn Apples Chocolate Fudge Coffee Bread 2 cupa flour. 4 tablespoons bak- SANTA GLAUS IS KING OF KIDDIES' CHRISTMAS -Annual Visit to Old St. Nick Still Pleases Youngsters- ing powder. teaspoon salt. 1-IS cup sugar. 4 tablespoons fat. 1 egg. 2-3 cup milk. Mix flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Cut in fat with knife. Mixing with knife, add egg and milk. Spread soft dough to thick- A SPECIAL . . . CHRISTMAS OFFER! ONE RUSSELL 8x10 PHOTOGRAPH HAND PAINTED IN OIL 1 MASON CITY'S MOST MODERN LIGHTING RUSSELL STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. ness of one inch on shallow greased pan and cover with topping. Topping 3 tablespoons butter. \' s cup brown sugar. 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Mix ingredients. Spread on soft doug-h. Bake 20 minutes In moderate oven. Serve warm with butter. If desired, 1-3 cup of chopped dates, figs or raisins can be mixed with topping. Sour Cream Date Nut Cookies. (Three Dozen). One cup fat, 2 cups dark brown sugar, 2 eggs, 4 tablespoons soul- cream, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1 teaspoon lemon extract, teaspoon salt, 1 cup chopped dates, H cup chopped nuts, cups flour, 1 teaspoon soda, 2 teaspoons cinnamon. Cream fat and sugar. Add eggs and cream and beat 2 minutes, add rest of ingredients. Shape dough in:o roll 1% inches in diameter. Chill 2 hours or longer. Use sharp knife, cut off thin slices and baits 10 minutes in moderate oven. FRIENDLY CIRCLE MEETS AT HARRISONS The Friendly circle met with Mrs. 3. H. Harrison, 1316 Jersey avenue northeast, with 13 members and 2 guests present. Following the business meeting games were played with a prize going to Mrs. Francis Blake. Refreshments were served. For Holidays-- Keep your clothes smart for all the Holiday season. They'll look just like new, if you send them here for Cleaning and Pressing. Modern equipment and skilled operators here. We're sure to please you. PHONE -JO MODEL-UNIQUE Export Cleaners IQG S. Fed. left. Mickey Mouse and Minnie'B house; top center, auto section of toy shop; below, Alaskan reindeer; right, Santa and ilttle girt. By LILIAN CAMPBELL, A trip down town nowadays on a day when school is not in session Is quite an adventure, for youngsters and their guardians are everywhere--in the shops, on the street, n the streetcars and suburban trains, in the restaurants. More especially are they in the shops where Santa Glaus holds sway, for in spite of wars and rumors of wars, accidents, murders and sudden deaths, the kindly old white-boarded saint with his reindeer and his pack of toys means Christmas for the youngsters. One large department store has a really, truly pack of reindeer for = children to graze upon. It is imported from Alaska, and one of the number is pictured here, all ready harne.ssed for tho trip on Christmas eve. This same store has modeled its toy department after the Century of Progress exposition, and Santa sits upon a very modernistic throne where he talks to the little boys and girls and gets their confidence anent what they want for Christmas. And Santa is not the only allurement for the children in the shop. There is a cunning house for Mickey Mouse and Minnie, just big enough for them to live in and for the young visitors to pass through. There is a little Belgian village, a replica of the one at the Chicago exposition, too, and a motor or transportation building, also modeled after the exposition, part of which is pictured. You can get every kind of vehicle here that delights the boyish heart-from a- Ford to a Lincoln--all complete. This is only one of the Ingenious ways of attracting children to the shops and their equally delighted parents, for Toyland has as great a charm for the grownups as for the children. In the doll departments Alice in Wonderland and the Three Little Pigs are very much in evidence this Christmas, as well as babies and little girl and boy dollies galore, of both domestic and Imported varieties. And to go with the dolls are wonderful furniture, as well as clothes and luggage, dishes and household equipment. And electric trains and equipment are more marvelous than ever, with every device to interest and educate--for toys do that, you know, according to the best psychologists. ECKIAJND-IANDBEKG L.YLE, Minn., Dec. 6.--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Rachel Lindberg, a former teacher in the Lyle schools, to ."Brick Ecklund on Aug. 22. They are living in Ishpeming, Mich. WJ'ATT-KOHLES CRESCO. Dec: G,--Howard Wyatt of LeRoy, Minn., and Miss Marcelln Mary Kohles of Lime Springs, were maried by the Rev. E. J. Dougherty, pastor of Assumption church of Cresco. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohles and the bridegroom a son of Mr. and Mrs. Mclviu Wyatt. The ceremony was witnessed by George Kobles and Mary Kohles. --*_ VANCE-TJLFERS FLOYD, Dec. 6.--Gua Vance anU his bride have returned here from I r onda, where they were married by the Presbyterian minister. MI Vance was Miss Freda Ulfers, teacher in tho Mitchell county schools. They will be at home oil Mr. Vance's farm near Orchard. ROCHESTER COUPLE MARRIED AT CHESTER CRESCO, Dec. 6.--Reinhold J Riess, 30, and Miss Edith Reith- fort, 24, both of Rochester, Minn., were married by J. B. Miller, J. P., Chester. Witnesses were Percy R. Jones and Dorothy Stevens. The :)ride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Relthfort and the bridegroom a son of Mr. and Mra. Otto W. Ricss, Rochester, Minn. Voiture Entertained by Members at Osage Voiture No. 66 of the Forty and Sight held its regular meeting at Osage Tuesday night on which occasion the regular order of business was set aside and short talks given by several of the local and state officers of the organization. Voiture officers announced that more old toys are needed for rehabilitation and distribution among needy children in the city. Those having old toys for this purpose have been asked to call Jens Christiansen at 3124, John Hilliard Dies at I.O.O.F. Home John William Milliard, 83, died at the I, O. O. F. home Wednesday morning. He had been at the home since April 4, 1931, having come to Mason City from Altaic... Two aonH, Elbert of Chicago and Noah o£ A.1- bia, and one daughter, Mrs. Gardner of Albia, survive. Funeral services will be held at the I. O. O. F. home at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The body will be taken to Albia for burial. SLEEP SICKNESS SUBJECT OF TALK TO LOCAL LIONS Dr. Minor of Charles City Discusses Outbreak in St. Louis. Sleeping- sickness--the genuine thing and the similar maladies BO called--was the subject of a talk before the Lions club Wednesday noon by Dr. J. B. Jllnor, Jr., of Charles City. Special attention was given to the St. Louis outbreak of encephalitis B which came into being last July and is now in definite subsidence. True sleeping sickness, it was pointed out, exists only in equatorial Africa and is based on the bite of a fly. Encephalitis as it occurs elsewhere is a brain infection, the exact cause of which lias not been determined. Vigorous attempts have been made at St. Louis to isolate the organism responsible for the malady but up to this time, without success. Virus Believed Responsible. "The best opinion," sa!5 the Charles City doctor, "is tliat a virus of the Infantile paralysis type is responsible for encephalitis, that rather than a bacteria." The symptoms of the disease starting with the initial headache twitchlngs of the face or abdomen and eye squint, were described b; the speaker. "The mental symptoms of the acute stage," he said, show nothing distinctive. There may be drowsi ness which merges into stupor o: coma. Or, on the other hand, then may be overactivlty, excitement restlessness and delirium. Th acute condition lasts about thre weeks but it sometimes persists fo months. Adverse after affects . follow immediately but often ther is a free interval." Like Japanese Outbreak. That the St. Louis type of encephalitis simulates an outbreak of the disease in Japan a few years ago was another interesting point developed by Dr. Minor. For purposes of Identifying it, the nomenclature B has been applied to It. The mortality rate at St. Louis has been about 18 out of 100. Those who have recovered appear to be without 111 effects, physically or Here's a Real MONEY SAVING OFFER The Famous AUTOMATIC WASHER Is Seriously III. LAKE MILLS--Wilmer Peterson of Ames was called here this week due to the serious Illness of his mother, Mrs. Anton Peterson, who is past 80 years of age. Mrs. Peterson lives southwest of Lake Mills. 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Filttr 1 ! neit ttmti ireund In 1 «·-· (J) R*tulmr, *nd (J) X n.i» DRIP GRIND farm*Iilnttfftttfth*lrlpm*lh*JmnJln fmcaum caft* m«4«r,. FOLCER COFFEE CO., Katlitis City, Mo., De.pt. 2-7 Enclosed find Ihe complete yc]!ow band from n ran of Folger'a Coffee as proof that I havft tncd your Economy Test. Pleaic mcAnSoLUTELYFR- '" - " teaspoon. Namt _, Addnli City. , ray 10-year guarantee Carlton pattern j mentally. Compared with' other ep- 'demlc dlaeaaea, the St. Louis malady has not been highly contagious, as proved by the fact that In only a few cases have there been more than one victim In a home, or even In a, neighborhood. Children Hardest Hit. Generally speaking" children up to 14 yeara of age are moat permanently marred by encephalitis. Whereas In maturity its after effects are largely physical, in hoys and girls, personality and behavior are adversely affected. The St. Louis epidemic was marked by the fact that it \va« largely confined to persona of maturity, oven old age. Encephalltes ian't an uncommon cifaeaae, the doctor observed. Only when it becomes epidemic does it attract newspaper headlines and popular interest. Newspapers, he stated, had been helpful in the St. Louia community in directing attention to the epidemic and obtaining the popular co-operation which has brought a complete solution of the problem. Interesting Experiments. Dr. Minor told of experiments conducted in laboratories to determine the cause of the ailment. One set of experiments proved that mos- quitoe.q have nothing to do with H. Ten convicts from Mississippi won their freedom by submitting to these teats and three medical men subjected themselves to the hazard as a. contribution to science. Various animals were tested in a like manner. Both the water supply of St. Louis and the milk supply have been cleared of blame. A. widely held theory that vapor from the sewer system might be responsible was dispelled. A pair of African missionaries returned to St. Louis just a month ahead of the first cases in July were under suspicion for a time but they too were exonerated Because the cause of the disease has not been determined, it ha? been impossible, the speaker explained, to set up a specific treatment. Each case has to be treated in the light of its own symptoms. Cnn't Bo Predicted. "The appearance of encephalitis,' Dr. Minor concluded, "cannot b_ predicted. The restriction of the outbreak to St. Louis and its im mediate vicinity over a period o several months without spread re moves the fear o£ appearance of thi disease in other sections of the country, as so frequently happens in communicable disease outbreaks. "Up until Oct. 1, 1933. there ha- been in the St. Louis community o a million persons about 1,000 case with 184 deaths, a case fatally of If per cent. It need not be aajd. bow ever, that at this timn more than over, all sickness should be put un cler the care of a physician at th earliest possible time, howeve toubtful it may be that even scat tered cases of encephalitis will ap pear." C. F. Weaver Introduced th speaker, who is n member of th Charles City Lions club. L: NewU««p OMU«erQ Thi* Olfmr Coorf Only Unlit. DM. 1« Uncle Sam has forgiven Joh Barleycorn and taken him bac home, but John La not to be allovi ed to go places and do things In th old way.--Knickerbocker Frew. And 2 Drain Tubs BOTH for 50 The Price of the Washer Alone! Every modprn improvement is found in the Automatic Washev . . . i t washes clothes cleaner in less time and more economically. Why not replace that old, worn ma- chinc with a new Automatic NOW . . . while the free tub offer is available! Only $£.50 DOWN $1 a Week Also a complete line of the famous EASY WASHERS P.G.E. Peoples Gas Electric Co*

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