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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 30, 1936
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 30 1936 EASTERN STAR SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION BEGINS SESSION 275 Present for Dinner of Officers Unity Chapter Entertain: at Program Followed By Dancing. Two hundred seventy-five attend ed the 6:30 o'clock dinner Wednes day night in the Masonic temple given by Unity chapter No. 58, O E. S. with Mrs. George 0. Farrar past matron, chairman, in honor 01 the grand officers and other distinguished guests who are here to attend the annual school of instruction which convenes Thursday anc Friday. With F. L. Hudson, past patron presiding, a line of march was formed to the dining room led Mrs. Ada May Davis, Knoxville worthy grand matron, escorted by William H. Mahlstadt, worthy pa tron of Unity chapter; John Blay^ lock, Osceola, worthy grand patron escorted by Mrs. John Balfanz worthy matron of Unity chapter John Hammill, past most worthy grand patron of the general grand chapter and Mrs. Hammill, Britt, a member of the ritual committee of the general grand chapter, and a past grand matron of the O. E. S of Iowa. Address of Welcome. Others in line included present and past grand officers, district instructors, committee members grand representatives, guests, officers of Unity chapter for 1935 and 1936, followed by the general membership. Mrs. Claire Preston. Radcliffe, grand chaplain, offeree prayer, and during the dinner hour Mrs. Balfanz, worthy matron, gave an address of welcome, which was followed by a brief talk from Mr. Blaylock, worthy grand patron. After dinner adjournment was made to the I. 0. O. F. hall where an audience of 400 persons was entertained by a program consisting of a violin solo by Miss Evelyn Schmaehl, accompanied by Miss Ellen Smith; several dance and song numbers by Beverly Billman and Ruth Vanderwicken, accompanied by James Fleming. Miss Ellen Smith, director of vocal instruction in the high school, sang two numbers accompanied by Miss Helen Bailey. Introduce Guests. Introduction of distinguished guests and officers of Unity chapter was made by Mrs. Balfanz, worthy matron, assisted by Mrs. Davis, worthy grand matron, Mrs. C. L: Meade, who-.will be installed Here for 0. E. S. Conference MRS. ADA MAE DAVIS JOHN F. BLAYCOCK Mrs. Ada Mae Davis of Knoxville, worthy grand matron of the Eastern Star of Iowa, and John F. Blaycock of Osceola, worthy grand patron, are among the guests who are in Mason City for the school of instruction of the Eastern Star which is being conducted here. worthy matron Friday night, intro duced those who have been selectee for officers during 1936. The grand march, led by M Hamill and Gertrude May, Shenan doah, followed by Mr. Blayloclt Mrs. Davis and other guests, wa formed by R. A. Washburn who als had charge of the dancing whic followed. Mrs. Wayman Closson was chair man of the reception committee an Mrs. S. M. Decker, assisted by th star points of Unity chapter servec frappe during the dancing. Custodians Meet. Thursday morning at 8 o'clock th jrogram began at the Masonii .emple with a meeting of the board of custodians and instructors, fol owed by the opening of the annua school of instruction at 10 o'clock (rand officers and instructors were guests of Unity chapter at a 12 'clock luncheon served in the din- ingroom at the Masonic temple. The afternoon session of the chool began at 1 o'clock and con- inued untilS o'clock. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock th e itualistic work was to be exempli- ed by the instructors at a special meeting of Unity chapter with two andidates to be initiated. A birthday party will be held at he close of the meeting, the oc- asion being the birthday anniver- ary of Unity chapter which was in- tituled Jan. 30, 1880. "i Give Ail the Credit to LYONS CLEANERS!" A lot of folks compliment me on the perfect appearance of my clothes at all times. I admit that my suits and ties look like I have my own valet, but the simple truth is that LYONS does all my cleaning and pressing. PHONE 600 LYONS LYONS Hamilton Students Hear Discussion of Furs by Erdix Swif Erdix Swift of Marshall am Swift company brought his display before the assembly of the Hamil ton school, Wednesday afternoon and gave an explanation of the dif ferent types of furs, their commer cial value and wearing qualities. Mr. Swift said, "The otter is om of the best wearing furs obtainable coming from Alaska, Canada, Mi chigan, Carolina, Florida and Brazil." Others he pointed out as good wearing furs were the wolverine bear and badger. In relating some of his persona! experiences, he told how he, with some of his friends, counted 440 mink coats, valued at approximate- y 52,500 each, while standing on :he corner of Times Square, New York City, between 31 and 12 o'clock, evening, when the theater crowds were passing. Mr. Swift brought with him Miss Jeanne Ludwig, who did a strut number and acrobatic dancing. She was accompanied by Mrs. R. R. :elso. The Hamilton girls' basketball earn, still undefeated, will meet the Hi-Tri girls at the Y. W. C. A.; and the Hamilton boys, in a tie for irst place with the Marshall Swift team, battle with the Corn Country Butter team Thursday ight, at the Y. M. C. A. at 8:15 'clock. The Hamilton dance will be held t the St. John's parish hall Feb. with music by Walt's Waltzers. ANDRUS-KEYNOLDS CRESCO, Jan. 30.--Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic church in Paris ownship, 14 miles southwest of Cresco, was the scene of a wedding when Miss Mary Reynolds, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reynolds, ecame the bride of Glenn Andrus, on of Charles Andrus of Cresco, he pastor, the Rev. F. J. Renier, fficiating. The couple was attend- d by a sister and brother of the jride, Verona and Leo Reynolds, 'he bride's parents served a wedding dinner to the bridal party. They will make their home on a 'arm in New Oregon township, south of Cresco. A KENT-TAYLOR LAKE MILLS. Jan. 30.--Miss Margaret Taylor of Ames, was mar- ·ied to Monroe F. Kent of Jersey 31ty, N. J.., on Tuesday at Trenton, N. J. Mr. Kent, son of Mr. and Mrs. '. D. Kent of this city, is a graduate of the Icoal high school, and of he electrical engineering course at "owa State college at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Kent will be at home after Feb. 1 at 15 Garrison avenue, 'ersey City, N. J., where Mr. Kent is employed at the Public Service :ompany. At the first SNIFFLE.. Quick!--the unique aid for preventing colds. Especially designed for nose and upper throat, where most colds start. YiCKSVATRONOL 30c double quantity SOc Doctor Advises Against Twins' Dressing Alike By GARRY C. MYERS, PH. D. Child Training Authority "Dear Mr, Myers: Whenever I meet a mother or father of young or adolescent children, almost invariably I ask them, 'Do you read Garry Myers' column ? It is so practical and useful . . .' I hope it is published in many papers from east to west and north to south, because of the vital questions discussed by it. Having been a kindergarten and primary teacher for years, and having also rearer a daughter to womanhood, I feel as though I would be selfish not to express my appreciation to you . . . "I wish you would sometime press yourself as to the training and education of twins. I often wonder about the question of dressing them alike. Does it affect their individuality? Or is it unimportant?' 1 Acquire Individuality. My answer, approximately: I am just human enough to enjoy your gracious words of encouragement. Thanks. As for twins, I have not been lucky enough to be father ol twins. But my wife and I have always felt that if we had" twins we would try hard to help each of the twain acquire individuality rather than attempt to lessen it. We never could see any sense in dressing twins alike, except to feed the vanity of their parents and relatives. My wife tells me that of a number of adolescent twins she knows, one of them always chooses the clothes for both. How 1 'would you like to be the one who does not choose? It would be as reasonable to dress all orphans in an asylum alike as to dress twins alike--more reasonable, since it would cost less. I believe, moreover, that each nernber of the twins should early lave his own playthings, most of hem, his own playmates later, and, lis own jobs by and by about the With Dual Possibilities GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 13 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Let Child Choose. I wish parents of all children vould aim to let these children, as arly as reasonably possible, choose he clothes they wear. Even the tot f two must have several regular arments on hand. Why should he ot choose the one he wishes to ear today? When garments for the child of ight or ten are bought, why should e not help to choose them? Before ou go shopping with him make lear the price limitation; you may ven wish to rule out certain im- ractical materials. By the time he 12 or 15 he should be able to go uy his clothes alone. But alas! The verage college student doesn't noose the things he or she wears-- ot sufficiently weaned. Shirtwaist Style Is Re-Interpreted in This Attractive Two Piece Model; Smart for Sprin Wear. 3463 BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wagner, 49 .eaumont drive, planned to leave hursday night for California where hey will vacation, spending their me in Pasadena and San Diego. * * * Mrs. C. D. Redding has returned 0 her home in Salem, Ore., after pending two weeks here with Eliz- .beth and Mary Redding, 412 East itate street. BIRTHDAY PARTY 'OR DONALD FARRER. Mrs. Ted Farrer entertained at er home, 132 Twenty-fourth street outhwest, Wednesday honoring Donald Ferrer on his sixth birthday. The guests were Stanley Seidel, Vay Dunavon, Lester Dutcher, Jr., Sddie Hagvedt, Arthur Ericksoni Bobbie Davis and Buddy Dutcher. UJXILIABY BROADCAST O BE ON FRIDAY. Members of the. Mason City DON'T WEAR OLD STYLE GLASSES They look as much out of date as an old hat, besides the question of neglecting giving your eyes proper care as needed. WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST STYLES AT MODERATE PRICES AND TERMS CLEANERS - LAUNDERERS - FURRIERS 10 1st St. S. E., Mason City, la. American Legion auxiliary will hear he auxiliary broadcast Friday af- ernoon from 4 to 4:30 o'clock from VOI, Ames. Freddy Schlott's or- hestra will play and the auxiliary ewg travelog will be featured. TCLPALOT CLUB ENTERTAINED i Mrs. Edith Weichert entertained the Helpalot club at her home. 517 Sixth street southeast, Wednesday afternoon. A buffet luncheon was served and a social hour followed. Mrs. L. R. Fisher was a guest. _.;._ BEKTRAM-HARTEMA CLARKSVTLLE, Jan. 30.-- Miss Jennie Hartema, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harms Hartema, of Clarksville, and Chris Bertram of Parkersburg were married by the Lutheran pastor, the Rev. S. M. Becker, at his home, here Jan. 28. Their witness was the bride's sister, Miss Hattie Hartema. They will locate on a farm near Parkersburg. Byrd Secretary Visiting Sister in Mason City Miss Hazel McKercher of Boston, Mass., secretary to Admiral Richard Byrd, is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ada Mortensen, 125 Jackson avenue southwest. Miss McKercher plans to be here another week before leaving to resume her duties in the cast. Miss McKercher is acquainted with Dr. Thomas Poulter who is to lecture here Feb. 17 under the sponsorship of the Business and Professional Women's club. Dr. Poulter was a member of the Byrd expedition and has been lecturing throughout the country and included Boston in his tour this winter. Admiral Byrd is on a lecture tour at present, according to Miss McKercher. GUESS WHO CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Guess Who club was entertained by Miss Virginia Soukup. 122 Madison avenue northwest, Wednesday evening. Bridge was played at three tables with prizes going to the Misses Ella Wolney, Margaret Carroll, Charlotte Skene and Maude Cunningham. Miss Maryns Hatch of Clear Lake and Miss Vera McCorkle who were guests, also received prizes. MRS. J. B. HANNEK HOSTESS AT PAKTY Mrs. J. B. Hanner, 225 Third street northeast, entertained at a birthday party Wednesday for Mrs. Fred Mallo. Five hundred was played with prizes going to Mrs. Clement Garner and Mrs. Frank Finch and r e f r e s h m e n t s were served. ·FOLLY 8 CLUB HOLDS MEETING The Jolly 8 club met with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Donavan. 204 Twenty-fourth street southwest, Wednesday night. Five hundred was played with prizes going to Mrs. C. D. Hixson and Jack Herzog. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. HELEN CARROLL HONORED AT PARTY Janet Bradley. Anne Galbuff and Helen Yankovich entertained at a theater party in honor of Helen Carroll on her birthday Wednesday. After the theater, the hostesses and guests went to the home of Miss Bradley, 709 Washington avenue northwest, where lunch was served and the time spent informally. Here's a two-piece dress in crepe silk print. You'll fairly want to live in it. You'll find it so comfortable and smart 'neath your winter coat. Wear it to the office or for afternoons at bridge, and wear it right through the spring. For later season, cottons, linens and pastel tub silks will make up adorable in this model (with short or long sleeves). Then again, you can use pattern for a separate blouse or separate skirt. Style No. 3463 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40-inches bust. Size 16 requires 4% yards of 39-inch material with yard of 2-inch ribbon for bow. Send fifteen cents (loc), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. New spring fashion book costs ten cents. Send for your copy today! Book and pattern together twenty-five cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. By MRS. MARY MORTON Menu Hint. Tomato Soup Crackers Rice Croquettes Syrup Milk DINNER Breaded Veal Buttered Beets Baked Sweet Potatoes Carrot and Raisin Salad Rosettes Coffee You will like this recipe for rosettes. They are nice to keep on hand and to serve for tea, as well as dessert. I am fond of cookies and simple cakes for dessert, lookies are especially helpful to the ride who works. If she makes a batch of cookies she has no worry about dessert for several days, and she can vary them by sometimes serving them with ice cream, sometimes plain, and sometimes with stewed fruit. cooked rice, one teaspoon salt, one- Tourth cup melted butter, two egg yolks, one-fourth teaspoon nutmeg. The rice must be well drained. If necessary add a tablespoon of fine bread crumbs, but if the rice is horoughly cold they should not be oo soft to handle. A fine dessert :an be made by adding one-fourth cup sugar and in shaping, placing a .easpoon of jam or jelly in the center of each croquette. Serve with syrup. Will Aid in NORTHWOOD. Jan. 30.-- Miss Ella. Loughran of the extension department. Iowa State college. Ames, will be at the courthouse in Northwood Tuesday, Feb. 4, to assist local works in 4-H club organization work. The meeting will convene at 10 o'clock when club committee will meet. In the afternoon club leaders. assistant leaders and 4-H girl county officers will meet with Miss Loughran. Co-ed Heads Class AMES, Jan. 30. UPl -- A co-ed. Elizabeth Koos of Ames, will head the senior class of Iowa State college next spring. She was elected class vice president and will succeed to the presidency in the spring term. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R Today's Recipes Rice Croquettes.--Two cups ol Heads Seniors Miss Mary Koos, Ames, senior industrial science student at Iowa State college, will become president of the senior class at the end of the winter term, the first time that such a position has been given a co-ed. She recently was elected vice president and will take over the presidency of the Iowa State senior class when Walter Smith, Fort Dodge, is graduated in March. Miss Koos takes part in numerous college activities, such as the Iowa State Players, dramatic organization. She is past president of the Archery club, a member of the industrial science council and Pi Mu Epsilon, honorary mathematical society. (Iowa Daily Press photo) SOCIAL CALENDAR Rosettes.--Four egg yolks and three whites, eight tablespoons of sugar, six tablespoons sweet cream, liuch of salt. Mix all together and jeat well for five minutes. Add just enough siftpd flour to make a dough not quite as stiff as for noodles. Roll out as thin as possible on a floured board, and cut with five sizes of the same pattern cooky cutters, cutting he same number of each size. (The round cutters are best.) After the dough is cut up, take the one egg vhite and beat it, but not too stiff. 'ut a, touch of the egg white in the center of the largest cut cooky. Lay on this the next size cooky, and so in until you have the smallest one in top (five cookies to each rosette), using the egg white in the center of :ach to hold them together. When 'ou put on the last cooky press them all down with your finger in the cen- er. Deep fat fry like doughnuts. landle carefully and do not crowd. These will turn up while frying like rose. When they are all fried, beat the whites of one or two eggs ·ery stiff, put a little in the center if each rosette and sprinkle with colored sugar. HANSON-TESDAHT, GOLDFIELD. Jan. 30.--Miss Dena Tesdahl, who resides four miles northeast of Holmes, and Fred Han. ;on of Goidfield were married at .he home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tesdahl by the Rev. T. J. Severtson of Eagle Grove. They vill live near Goidfield. THURSDAY Unify Chapter No. 58, O. E. S-8 o'clock. Masonic temple, initiation by state instructors of O. E. S. Imtnanucl Luther league-8 o'clock, church, the Rev. J. Lee Lewis, speaker, Ethel Lansing and Albert Wallskog, Florence Larson, committee. FRIDAY Harmony Guild-Congregation church, Mrs. D. W. Grippen, Mrs. E. G. Smith, Mrs. H. C. Friesner, Mrs. C. T. Oilman, hostesses, devotions, Mrs. F. L. Hudson. Congregational dinner-Postponed. Christian Workers---' 2:30 o'clock, church, executive meeting. Unity Chapter O. E. S.-8:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, installation of officers by grand officers. SHIRLEY D. WALL HONORED AT PARTY. Shirley Darling Wall, 120S Louisiana avenue southeast, was honored at a birthday party Wednesday at her home. Games were played and lunch was served. Gifts were presented to the honoree by the guests who included Janet Case, Bonnie Leaman, Shirley Leaman, Donnie Heeron, Dale Heeron, Geraldine Hanschu, Rosine Hanschu, John Julson and Marilyn Kafer. BERTRAM-HARTEMA ALLISON, Jan. 30.--A marriage license was issued here to Chris Bertram, 25, Parkersburg, and Jennie Janette Hartema, 23, Clarksville. KASSMAN-KACH CRESCO, Jan. 30.--Delbert Rassman, 24, and Alice Kach, 14, both of Cresco, have been issued a marriage license. Plans Made for Program at Lincoln Fun Night Proceeds to Be Used to Provide Visual Education. Fun night sponsored by the Lincoln school P. T. A. Friday night at 7:30 o'clock will be a gala affair for every one, according to the committee in charge. A Major Bowes amateur hour will be the main feature in the auditorium. The lower corridor will assume the appearance of a carnival row with every kind of featured attraction, among them booths, wheels, baseball games, fish ponds and games of skill. The Major Bowes program will be the first feature of the evening in the auditorium. This project is being used as a benefit program to raise funds for the visual educational program for the Lincoln school children. The first amount will'be a nest egg for the purchase of motion picture projector for class room use. 1 Visual Education, For a number of years the teachers and patrons of Lincoln school have known the value of visual education for children and now their dreams will soon be a reality and the children will be able to have tilings of an educational value brought to them in this way in the class room. The true educational value of visual work in the class room has been proved an asset to the children by tests which indicated that children of the junior high age retain a great deal more and for a longer period when the subject matet ris placed before them in motion picture form. Motion pictures are available today for class room use in the fields of science, art. literature, history, geography and health. Almost every state university and agency like the Y. M. C. A. has free motion pictures available. Industry and business have gone a long way in assisting and making possible these films for classroom use. Story of the Orange. "The Story of the Orange" which shows the subject matter used in eludes selection and planting of the seed; pruning and spraying of first year sprouts; second and third transplanting to develop heavy root systems; final selection, grafting and planting out in the orchard; setting out of buds, blossom and fruit; seven years after planting see the tree produces fruit; final spraying and gassing; harvesting, sorting and packing of the crop; suggested use of the orange; food value, minerals, salts, vitamins, etc.; final picture of healthy baby enjoying glass of orange juice. Another phase of the visual education is to create a desire on the part of the children for good pictures and getting them to see how they can make choices in regard to their entertainment at the theater. LUCKY LINDY CLUB TO HOLD MEETING. Members of the Lucky Lindy club will meet Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Million. The program will include a recitation by Leila Crawford, newspaper, Floyd Woodward; song, Dwain Crawford: jokes, Violet Smedley; songs, Ray Fall, Vern Smedley, Laverna Morris; reading, Wava Woodward and stunts. Nelson Nicholson. Have you started that new Globe- Gazette serial story, "With All My Heart?" You'll be the loser if yon don't follow this Sara Christy novel. It appears daily on the market page. STYLE With MARRIAGE LICENSES j ISSUED AT ALGONA ALGONA, Jan. 30.--Marriage licenses were issued the past week to Vivian N. Dale. 23, Algona, and Harold Cowan. 27, Algona: Benjamin Beenken. legal, Titonka, and Martha. Boekelman. legal. Titonka; Eugene Thul. legal. Bode, and Emma Becker, legal. St. Joe; Fred N Onncn, legal, Woden, and Anna i T A W Harms, legal, Titonka. TT»T/~ITI PRICE PLAY TO BE STAGED AT ROOSEVELT SCHOOL Madison, Jackson and Roosevelt Parent-Teacher associations will sponsor a play, "The Ready M, Family," Friday evening at o'clock at the Roosevelt auditorium There will be special entertainment preceding the play and between i llOi/, 2V. Federal Ph. 1326 acts ' l SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Pre-Invenfory Clearance Offers Drastic Reductions on AH Winter For beauty, dependable quality, style and price, you'll look a long time to match these values. Select yours tomorrow. Our Fiscal Year Closes Jan. 31st. DRESSES- Excellent values in styles becoming sizes from 38 to 48. All colors. Reduced to "SEE YOU TOMORROW"

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