The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 12, 1931 · Page 9
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
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FEBRUARY 12 1931 MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 2050 '' By ANNE ADAMS The latest fashion trend for smart youngsters is Interpreted in this Httle model that flares so gracefully in both collar and skirt. There are several rows of gathers ar , , ah , lrrln S a at the side ». ^at lend added fullness to the frock. So the dress may go easily over the head, there is an opening: at the neck. Bloomers are included in the nat- tern. c Pattern 2050 makes up adorably m printed or plain dimity, swiss, voile organdy, batiste or lawn. The pastels are particularly lovely for kidd les . The Doll J S one of ythree in Transfer Pattern 703 which includes body and clothes for each Price 15 cents. May be obtained only in sizes 2 \ , ca ^ d 8 -"Size 4 requires 2% yards of 36 inch material.. No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size and simple, exact instructions are given. Send 15 cents (15c) in coins or stamps {coins preferred), for each P ^ tem - Write P lalnl y your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. The new spring and 'summer fashion book is now ready It-features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses lingerie, pajamas and kiddles 1 clothes. Price of book, 15' cents Book with pattern, 25 cents. Address all 'mail anc i orders to Globe- Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West.Seventeenth street, New York City. Physical Defects May Cause Children to Be at Great Disadvantag · By ALICE JUDSON PEALE. If you have ever tried to work a some task when you were ill o have sat thru a show when you 'ha r- forgotten your glasses, you wi ;·,, have some idea of the disadvantage ,··,- endured by a child who suffer rrom some physical defect tha L l hampers his work or play. *y * J u ls hard en °ugb- for an adul ',f to be-sweet-tempered and cheerfu I vvder such circumstances, and fo | a child, with his less-developed emo ,,' tional control, it is fairly impossi , ble i Many children in every school sys V* tern are found every year sufferin; from defective vision or hearing, o v enlarged adenoids and tonsils. Man j* '' a. · disciplinary problem has solve! f! itself when these matters wer *tjS'-B ro P e rly attended to. |V3 t.To be sure, if these defects hav f existed undetected over a period o time, bad behavior may have be i come entrenched in the child's per sonality, creating- new sources o maladjustment which will have t be dealt with after the origina a cause has been removed. f Certain common children's ill ' nesses frequently leave behind phy sical defects. It is-well to have the \ child examined after such illness a measles and scarlet fever. In any event, every child should be thoroly examined before he is en rolled in school, where eyes and ears \ will be taxed as they have not been ^ before. A good many school failures, with their attendant behavior problems, could be avoided by this simple measure. ^ If your child needs glasses, be sure that he wears them. Children t i are careless about this, because they . do not realize the connection between their own nervousness anc L temper tantrums and the fact tha,1 5 they are continually suffering from rjj eye strain. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER * By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Using Leftovers Breakfast Chilled Orange Juice Cooked Wheat Cereal and Cream Toasted Corn Muffins Soft Cooked Eggs Coffee Luncheon Chicken Soup Crackers Sweet Pickles Lemon Cookies Tea Dinner Ham Loaf Baked Potatoes Buttered Cabbage Bread Butter Head Lettuce and French Dressing Prune Upside-Down Cako Coffee Chicken Soup One cup leftover chicken, 4 cups chicken stock, 2 cups water, 2 tablespoons chopped onions, 3 tablespoons chopped celery, 1 teaspoon salt, H teaspoon paprika, 1-3 cup rice, 2 tablespooons barley. Pick over bones from leftovei chicken and remove alt chicken and skins. Cut skin in small pieces. Mix chicken, skin and rest of ingredients. Cover and cook slowly one hour. Serve in hot soup bowls. I ram Loaf Two cups chopped, cooked ham, 1 cup soft bread crumbs, 2 tablespoons chopped onions, 14 teaspoon celery salt, /i teaspoon paprika, 1 egg or 2 yolks, 2-3 cup milk, 2 tablespoons butter or ham fat. Mix ingredients. Pour into buttered loaf pan. Bake 30 minutes in moderate oven. Unmold and surround with thick cream sauce, to which 1-3 cup chopped ham has been added. Prune Upsldc-DoH-n Cnko Five tablespoons butter, l'^ cups dark brown sugar, 2 cups "prune V* Lee Counsels Girl on Choosing Man She Weds By VIRGINIA LEE HOW can a girl be sure that she loves a young man enough to marry him? For Instance, suppose . a younsr couple of suitable age. nice flm$. well educated, everything that can be asked for in manners Sad morals have been going together for a year or so. The man is quite certain that he wants to marry the girl, but she u l te make U P her TM H ° w can 3he Their tastes are similar, thev do rot quarrel they enjoy one another's society The girl admits that she looks forward to their dates together, and that she does not relish the thot of giving him up. tv, T / 7e f^° nIy fly m lhe of ntment is that the young man does not earn enough to enable them to ll ve "in the style to which they are accustomed, and the girl will have to work after marriage. » * ». ANXIOUS: That is a pret ty hard question for an outsider to answer my dear. It looks as if you love him enough to marry him if you cannot bear the thot of giving him up if you are congenial in your tastes and enjoy being together. What are the young man's pros- aects in business? Would you think he could, after, a time, support a wife and family, or would you al- way have to work outside your home? To my mind, that ,1s too great a strain on most women especially if they have children. And you probably would plan for children after a time, even if your boy friend doesn't seem to care for them no-,v. Very few couples are content without them. A good deal would depend on the answer to that question. After all, a man's business prospects mean a lot In a case like .hat. I don't blame you for being cau- .ioua about marrying if there have ieen marital failures in your family. t is better to be careful than sorry. Much of the success of your union rests on you, however. The fact hat you two are congenial and get ilong we!l together is one of the jest arguments in favor of saying ·es, and if you go into matrimony with the Intention of making a suc- -ess of It and use the same intelligence toward'that end as you would n making a success of a job, I cannot see why you would not be safe n giving the young man the anwer *ie wants. » * * JUST SEVENTEEN: It was poor udgment and taste on the part of he young man to show yoyr letters o other fellows, but maybe it was, is he says, because he was proud f them. Be careful, in writing to uch a person, that you say nothing- hat would not be all right for any- ne to read. If you are convinced that he is incere in his desire to be forgiven, nd you care enough about him, on't hesitate to write him again, eeding the caution I juat men- ioned. ulp (seeded) 1-3 cup nuts (pecans uggested). Mix butter and sugar. Heat slow- y in deep frying pan. When melted, dd rest of ingredients and cover 'Ith cake mixture. Cake Mixture. Three egg yolks, I cup sugar, 1 up pastry flour, 1% teaspoons aking powder, % teaspon salt, 4 nblespoons prune juice, 1 teaspoon emon extract, 3 egg whites, beaten. Beat yolks and add sugar. Mix ntil creamy. Add rest of ingredl- nts, mixing lightly. Pour over rune mixture. Bake 30 minutes in moderately slow oven. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE An Event of Importance to Value-Wise Buyers Note these emphatic advantages when you buy Furniture al WOLFS 1. No Delivery Charge. 2. Easy Time Payments. 3. No Carrying Charges. 4. Complete Selections. The Newest Styles. G. Prompt, Efficient Service. 7. Furniture Backed by Guarantee. USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN DELIVERS ANY RADIO NO INTEREST -- NO CAIIBYINO .CHARGE -- ATWATEK KENT, MAJESTIC or BBUNSWICK Full Size CARD TABLES IRONING BOARDS Finely veneered in walnut,.·up-to-the-minute in style, and down-to-reason m price I. All pieces are full size and unusually handsome in appearance-- V°TMK a W*? /?? W6 ° ffer n d ? more trul y sensational value-Bed, Vanity and Chest of Drawers, all th ree pieces, now only ..' M O H A I R S U I T E Two graceful pieces in mohair. Note the piping on the sofa. BEDROOM SUITE Two tone walnut veneered Bed, Dresser and Chest. Unusually l o w -- t h r e e pieces Three Pieces 2-Piece Jacquard Suites ive Dining For Style and Durability Serpentine front design Sofa, and matching Chair upholstered in two-tone Jacquard, with Moquette reversed, spring filled cushions. · ·--·--· · : - i--TT T TM--"-|-tr-'IF v »^ t "« Beautifully Carved and Overlaid $ Style and beauty! The table extends to 6 feet and has walnut top . . . complete with, six Jaeqimrd seat Chairs and Buffet ... all S pieces, notf at only COAL RANGE Extra Hpeciiil for February S:ile--· Curtains, Draperies and Window Shades In the newest designs and patterns, for Living Room, Beclrom, Dining Room, Kitchen, and Foyer--offered at FEBRUARY SALE PRICES :tu .\ BO Axminster Rugs Oocul Pattern, First Quality, Friday und Kiitiirdny, only KITCHEN CABINETS Kluc.trlu · WASHER AH L'orcbliiin 3-Piece Bed Outfit Metal Bed, Cotton Mattress, PULL-UP CHAIRS ROOM RUGS MATTRESSES $K.95 Good looking occasional Chairs upholstered in Jacquard or moquettes. Strong and sturdy. "February Sale" Rug Spe cial--9x12 size Axmin ster, in the heavy seam less quality--artistic pat terns and colors. A low price for a white- enameled gas range. Four burner style with large oven, warming drawer. 50-pound all cotton mnt- tress covered in fancy art ticking. Deeply Uift- ed. Imperial roll edge. CALL AT WOLF'S FOR DETAILS T C A L L 3 4 0 0 F O R A N E V E N I N G A P P O I N T M E N T

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