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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1935
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 1935 AUXILIARY TO FRATERNAL GROUP PLANS CONFERENCE August Baby Clinic Will B e a t Y . W . Woman's Club Department to Sponsor Monthly Health Project. The August baby clinic wilr be held Friday afternoon from 1 to 3 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A., under the sponsorship of the child conservation section of the Woman's club. Workers who will assist in weighing and measuring the babies include Mrs. Walter Hyde, Mrs. W. F. Hannaman, Mrs. Z. H. Kngstrom, Mrs. F, C. Eslick and Mrs. C. M. Franchere. Dr. Madelene Donnelly will be the physician in charge. The clinic js open to all children of preschool age. Each baby is weigher and measured and gold stars are awarded for standard weighed and measured and gold child is entitled to one complete physical examination a year. The clinic is conducted on the first Friday afternoon of every month from 1 to 3 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A., and has as its purpose keeping healthy babies well, rather than treating ailing children. Marriage Licenses Issued at Hampton HAMPTON, Aug. 1.--Mariage licenses were issued in July to Carroll B. Heard, 22, Hampton, and Charlotte M. Myers, 18, Hampton; Edward A. Scarrow, 21, Hampton, and Elva M. Meyer, 21, Hampton- Wilmer W. Dahn, 26, Osage, and Cloas A. Barkhoff, 24, Austin, Minn.; Hans Schmidt, 45, Dillon, and Martha Rubenbauer, 38, Dillon; Elden J. Button, 23, Iowa Falls, and Leatha Thurmond, 20, Williams; Joseph Dover, 37, Osage, Okla., and Nona G. Layden, 36, Hampton; Virgil Leath, 27, Mason City, and Luel!a HiZderbrand, 22, Mason City;. Forrest Lee Meyer, 21, Hampton , · , . , _ ,, , . and Edna Frances Bravton 18 ternoon ln the st - Francis parish Hampton; Ralph W. Corbv 35 Ma- house ln °ssian, by the Rev. M. J. _ ,, _ i-wi __ , . J ' * JM.O. T'ViiTfo-nn 'CM01 a A T-i-inf.** nt T\r* COOL WASH FROCK GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS IS CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Attractive Dress Combining Two Materials or Two Shades May Be Easily Made for Summer Wear. Youthful hyacinth chiffon cotton voile print, the sort of dress thai you can go to town in and feel so comfortably cool and smart. It launders so beautifully and with perfect ease. It's made in a jiffy--front and back yoke cuts in one! For sports, it's young and gay in multi-colored striped poplin. Style No. 3498 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust. Size 36 requires 2% yards of 35 inch material with % yard of 35 inch contrasting; Send 15 cents (15c), (coin 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 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. son City, and Anna R. Heinselman 27, Mason City; James M. Rader, 55 Sheffield, and Nettie E. Green, 27 Sheffield. FIGGE-EGGE DECORAH, Aug. 1--Miss Helen Egge of Decorah, and Cyril Figge of Ossian, -were married Sunday af- Thiltgen. Miss Elsie Arness of Decorah and Miss Marie Lansing, Ossian, attended the bride. Greg A. Figge, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The couple left for San Diego, California, where they will attend the Exposition. They will be at home after Aug. 11 In Ossian, where Mr. Figge is a member of the Figge Auto company. Mason City Woman's Nephew Named Judge of Canadian Court Mrs. Kate Moran, 132 Second street southwest, has received word from Toronto, Canada, of the appointment of her nephew. Judge Patrick Kerwin of the high court of justice of Ontario, to the judgeship of the supreme court of Canada. Judge Kerwin will now take up his residence in Ottawa, Canada. STECKER-SLEPER TPTONKA, Aug. 1.--Miss Mararet Sleper, daughter of Mr. and rs. John E. Sleper, and Henry Stecker. son of Bruno Stecker, were married by the Rev. H. W. Schoen- ein, pastor of the Lutheran church n Titonka. Miss Sleper attended Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls af- er graduation from the Titonka high school and during the past chool year taught a. rural school tear here. Mr. Stecker has been assisting his father on his farm north f Titonka. They will make their home in this community. Convention to Be Held byW.ofM. Auxiliary of Loyal Order of Moose Meeting Over Week-End. ins NO CHARGES NO APPROVALS ALL SALES FINAL The Women of Moose, auxiliary organization of the Loyal Order of Moose, will have a large attendance at the state meeting Saturday and Sunday, according to local committee members. Convention sessions will be held for the most part in the Odd Fellows hall, while luncheons and other events will be held elsewhere. The opening ceremony will be at 11 o'clock, following a joint session with the Loyal Order of Moose at the Moose hall. Opening Ceremony. The opening ceremony will be exemplified by officers and team members from Waterloo. Other work to be exemplified includes Initiation by the Mason City lodge, balloting, Fort Dodge, new pass word, Cedar Rapids and memorial service, Mason City. Judges of the competitive work will be Mrs. Marie Christiansen, Des Moines, state ritualistic chairman; Mrs. Irene Bertsch, Fort Dodge, past regent, and Mrs. Ruth Miller, Mason City, past regent. Davenport has been invited to stage the closing ceremony. The program has been · arranged by the conference committee consisting of Mrs. J. R. Holman, Mrs. William Hansen and Mrs. Ruth Miller. The secretary of the meetings will be Mrs. Vern Mott and publicity will be in charge of Mrs. Miller. Conference Leaders. The leaders of the conference will be Miss Katherine Smith, Washington, D. C., grand recorder, and Miss Fern Stover, director of home making, Mooseheart, 111. The different phases of the work conducted by the Women of Moose, including child care and training, library, homemaking, social service, publicity, membership and ritualistic work will be reported on by the 20 chapters of Iowa, which will be represented at the convention. The local chairmen of these committees are Mrs. Hansen, child FINAL CLEANUP training; Mrs. Holman, library; Mrs. Frank iRchardson, homemaking; Mrs. L. G. Bird, social service; Mrs. Irving Elstad, publicity; Mrs. W. P. Chamberlain, membership, and Mrs. Miller, ritualistic work. Following is the detailed program: Saturday-8:00 to 12:00 a. m.--Registration at Hotel Hanford. 9:00 a. m.--Joint open meeting at Moose hall. 11:00 a. m.--Opening ceremony- Odd Fellows' hall. Address of welcome, Ruth Miller, past regent, Mason City; response, Marie Christiansen, state ritualistic chairman, Des Moines. 1:30 p. m.--Odd Fellows' hall-Opening of business session. 8:30 p. m.--Public dance, Moose World Famous Chefs Corn-' pete With Recipes for Dish. By HENRY TOSTI RUSSELL. United Press Staff Correspondent LONDON (U.P.)--A British army cook has won the jubilee world championship vegetable soup contest against 600 competitors including Mrs. S. H. Long of Waterloo, whose entry "almost" won a prize. Because its principal ingredients were beef knuckle and heel of beef which, said the . judges, are "not permissible in a true vegetable soup," an American etry, from Mrs. M. A. Houghlan, of Broadus, Mont., was disqualified. Of Mrs. Long's entry, the judges said it was "an excellent recipe for egg dumpling soup, prepared with onions, carrots, turnips, celery, tomatoes and rice. This recipe was new to us, but not sufficiently outstanding to gain a prize." Mrs. Long lives at 403 Sunny side avenue, Waterloo. . Francois Latry, famous French chef, with Henri Cedard, formerly tie King's chef at Buckingham Palace (now retired), and Iwan Kriens, chairman of the Food and Cookery association, were the judges. They awarded first prize to Staff-Sergeant Brown of the British Army School of Cookery at Aldershot, for the "roost nutritious, simplest and economical vegetable soup recipes" in the world. The following are the three prize winners submitted by Brown: Vegetable Tomato Soup. (Cost 52 cents for 8 persons). Cut into very thin slices 1 -onion, 1 small carrot, 1 stick of celery. Melt 1 ounce butter in a stew-pan and fry with vegetables for a few minutes without browning. Add 2Vi pounds tomatoes, cut into slices, and cook for a few more minutes. Add 2 pints of water, small clove of garlic and bunch of herbs. Then bring to boil, season to taste and simmer gently until all vegetables are cooked. Remove garlic and herbs, and rub through fine hair- sieve. Return to clean stew-pan, correct for seasoning. Bring slowly to the boil, while thickening with a little cornflour mixed with cold water, then add a pinch of castor sugar and serve with crouton of SOCIAL CALENDAR hall. Sunday-9:30 a. m.--Odd Fellows' hall-Memorial service. 10:00 a. m.--Committee discus- (Tomorrow) Just 43 Summer Dresses that 1 were to $14.75 at this low price. Sizes to 38 only. Hurry. sions and competitive work. 12:00 m--Luncheon, Eadniar hotel. 1:30 p. m.--Parade starting at Moose hall. 2:00 p. m.--Initiation - of class. 6:30 p. m.--Banquet--Hotel Hanford. 8:30 p. m.--Farewell dance-Moose hall: Executive sessions for past regents, senior regents and recorders. Private dining room at Hotel Hanford at disposal of Women of the Moose, Saturday evening. BITS ABOUT 'EM 97 Summer Dresses that were to $22.75-- All types, including Dinner and Evening Dresses. Also some dark dresses suitable for early fall wear. Come early. 16 Spring Suits Values to $35 Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Webster and daughters, Catherine and Rosamond, and son, Bennett, 8 Beaumont drive, will leave Saturday for Okoboji where they have taken a cottage for two weeks on Manhattan Beach. * t * The Misses Geraldine and Rose Mary Dudley of Sedalia, Mo., have returned to their homes after a two weeks' visit at the J. W. Stennet residence, 702% Delaware avenue northeast. * * * The Misses Milberta Flessner and Leona Waltzen and Chauncey Tallyn and Buster Beenders, all of Benson, HI., and William Zeiger of El Paso, HI., stopped overnight Wednesday at the home of Mrs. R. A. Laurie, 1020 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Miss Flessner and Mr. Zeiger are cousins of Mrs. Laurie. They were on their way to Fequot, Minn., to friends. visit relatives and Miss Mayme D. Foley of the emergency relief office is spending the week in Chicago at the convention of the file executives and office managers at the Bureau of Filing in Chicago. Events of the convention will be visits to the Household Finance company, the Illinois Steel and Universal Portland Cement company, Dun and Bradstreets. Halsey Stuart company, the International Cellucotton Products company, Hull House, Chinatown and the Ghetto. There will be a number of speakers from Washington and delegates will come from all parts of the United States. * * * Mr. and Mrs. William Hanson and daughter, Edith, Evanston, 111., are fried bread. A little seed tapioca may be added as a garnish, but must be added and cooked before the soup is thickened. Cauliflower Cream Soup (Cost 24 ceats for 8 persons.) Trim and clean one large cauliflower in salted water, cook in boiling salted water until tender, drain well, rub through a fine hajrsieve, leaving just a few sprigs for garnish. Melt 1 ounce butter in a stew- pan, add 1 onion, 2 sticks of minced celery and 1 clove of garlic and fry for a few minutes being careful not to let the vegetables brown. Add the cauliflower puree and cook for a few minutes longer. Add one pint of water or white stock and % pint of milk. Bring to the boil, season to taste and simmer very gently for 25 minutes. Thicken the soup with 1 oz. flour mixed with % pint of milk and cook gently for another 10 minutes. Remove the onion and garlic and serve the soup with a few sprigs of cauliflower dropped in just before it goes to the table. A little cream added would greatly improve the soup. Minstrone Soup (Cost 44 cents for 8 persons.) Cut into small dice 2 small leeks, 1 small onion, 1 small carrot, one- third small turnip, J /£ stick of celery, 1 small potato, also 1 ounce lean bacon and % ounce of fat bacon. Crush 1 clove of garlic and fry very gently with 1 ounce butter. Shred 2 ounces cabbage and add the remainder and cook until soft, adding 2 pints of water or white stock. Bring to the boil and simmer for 30 minutes, adding 2 tablespoonfuls of cooked green peas, 1 ounce rice or small macaroni and continue to cook slowly for another 30 minutes. Stir occasionally to prevent rice from burning. A few minutes before the soup is ready to serve, add three leaves of sweet basil and a pinch of chopped tarragon. Season to taste, allow to cook for a few minutes, and add % gill of cream which should be placed into bottom of tu;- reen and soup added gradually. One- quarter ounce Gruyere cheese can either be sprinkled in the soup or served separately. TOMAN-STEVENS ALGONA, Aug. 1.--Miss Myrtle Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stevens of Mankato, was wed to Guy Ulman, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ulman, also of Mankato, at the Baptist parsonage by the Rev. A. S. Hueser, pastor. Mrs. A. S. Hueser and Mrs. A. N. Elkins were the witnesses. They will make their home in Mankato where Mr. Ulman is employed as a painter. COUPLES GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSES NEW HAMPTON. Aug. 1.--Licenses to wed were issued to James Kilby and Arlene Smith, both of Waterloo; Hilmer Frydenlund of Madelia, Minn., and Ruth Eklund of St. James, Minn.; Earl Torgerud of Whalen, Minn., and Mabel Ferden of Peterson, Minn.; Howard Madsen of Atalissa and Gladys Thompson of West Branch; Delmer Tallefson of EHendale, Minn., and Berly Dodge of Richland, Minn. THURSDAY Baptist D. O. A._ 6 o'clock, church, picnic. Women of the.Moose-- 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. 0. F. hall. B. P. W. club- Postponed. Good Cheer lodge-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Kill Rare Klub-Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Heabner, 1912 Delaware avenue southeast. Holy Family Ladies aid- Luke B. Miller's garden, 842 First street northwest, ice cream social. FRIDAY Baby clinic-1 to 3 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Presbyterian circles-South, Mrs. George Bowling, East, Mrs. Al Hotchkin; west, postponed one week; central, Mrs. Ben Gustafson; Forest Park, Mrs. C. 0. Pasnau. Trinity Garfield circle-2:30 o'clock, 620 Carolina avenue southeast, Mrs. S. N. Sagen, Mrs. Ray Kellar, assisting hostesses. Martha society-8 o'clock, Mrs. B. E. Setterberg, 114 Crescent drive, outdoor meeting. Baptist Ladies' Aid-2:3 o'clock, church, Y. W. A. entertaining. . Ben Hur-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Queen Bebekah lodge-- MRS. WILL ESSEX TO PRESENT PUPILS Mrs. Will Essex will present the second group of her piano pupils in recital Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at her home, 715 Washington avenue southwest. BANCROFT WOMEN AT MALLARD WEDDING BANCROFT, Aug. 1.--Mrs. Mary Seger, Mrs. G. D. Hart and daughter, Antoinette, Mrs. John Williams and daughter, Mary Bernice, attended Hie wedding of Alice Gre- than and William Schneiders at Mallard Tuesday morning. Miss Grethan is a niece of Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Hart and she is Mrs. Seger's granddaughter, she was em- WIFE PRESERVERS If you pour boiling water over the nuts you wish to shell and leave them soaking overnight, your job next day will be easy. ployed at the Dr. J. A. Devine office here several years. Estherville Woman Is Lucky; Picks 39 Four Leaf Clovers ESTHERVTLLE, Aug. 1. (/P)--If there's anything to this business of lucky four-leaf clovers, Mrs. Fred Olson of Estherville is holding an ace in the- hole. While visiting her sister at Fron- tennc, Minn., she picked 39 four- leaf clovers in the yard of her relative's home. And to relieve the minds of Doubting Thomases she brought them home and is preserving them as a good luck omen. She saw a number of five-leaf clovers but she didn't pick them-they are supposed to bring bad luck. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY 7URCHA5E August Clean Compare our AUGUST CLEAN-UP prices with called SALE PRICES offered elsewhere--and note ings offered here for genuine quality, such as only in "De Kaye" quality--offered at genuine reductions. Hats Reduced for clean-up to Swim Suits Reduced for clean-up to Spring and Summer Coats Reduced for clean-up to. . . . . Purses Reduced for clean-up to Summer Silk Dresses Reduced for dean-up to "SEE YOU TOMORROW" the so- the sav- is found .$ .45 .$1.59 .$6.85 .$ .59 .$7.95 David Olson, 114 Tenth street northwest. £ C # Mrs. W. D. 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