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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25 p| 1936 LITERATURE DEPARTMENT TO MEET AT HOTEL HANFORD! Performance of Minstrel .Show Is Set P. T. A. to Stage Production at Roosevelt School Feb. 27, 28. Roosevelt, Jackson and Madison Parent-Teacher associations will present their annual minstrel show Thursday and Friday in the Roosevelt auditorium. There will be a natinee for school children Thursday afternoon and performances at 8 o'clock Thursday and Friday evenings. Miss Eva Scott is director of the show and Mrs. Leon Woodward, accompanist. Mrs. E- W. Loterbour will act as interlocutor and in the black face chorus will be Mrs. H. L. Boothroyd, Mrs. J. E. Vesterby, Mrs. Vern Shinn, Mrs. T. B. Ferguson, Mrs. E. Zeigler, Mrs. H. E. Wood, Mrs.'Floyd Voiding, Mrs. K. E. Griffith, Mrs. Lee Frost, Mrs. R. E. Davis, Mrs. H. P. Quenrud and Mrs. W. A. Carter. Assisting Chorus. The assisting chorus will include Mrs. A. Anderson, Mrs. J. Humphrey, Mrs. E. Flarup, Mrs. R. H. Ludlow, Mrs R. Everist, Mrs. Sid Paulson, Mrs. P. D. Gustafson, Mrs. L. H. Lundahl, Mrs. Ted Farrer, Mrs. M. Leath, Mrs. Olaf Ulen, Mrs. C. Billings, Mrs. E. C. Sullivan and Mrs. R. E. Johnson. The program will open with "Hot Time in Rhyme" by Mrs. Voiding, Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. Vesterby and Mrs. Boothroyd. The cake walk will be done by Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. Vesterby, Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Boothroyd, Mrs. Frost, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Quenrud, Mrs. Voiding and Mrs. Z-eigler. Vocal Selections. A duet, "Won't You Come Over to My House" will be sung by Mrs. Quenrud and Mrs. Voiding. Allen Loterbour will sing "Carry Me Back to Old Virginie" and a recitation, "That Little Pickaninny" will be given by Bonivere Boothroyd. "There's a Dusty Heart in Every P.ose" will be sung by Mrs. Lundahl. Shirley Gustafson will do a tap dance and song, "There's Rhythm an My Nursery Rhyme," and Jane Jordan will perform a tap dance. "The Great New Invention" will be Mrs. Frost's number and Mrs. Shinn will sing "A Good Man is Hard to Find." ' "Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown" WIFE PRESERVERS Sweet potatoes arc good French fried. Pare and slice potatoes, parboil for two minutes, then fry in deep fat, 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Good to serve with chops. will be sung by Mrs. Frost, assisted by the chorus and Mrs. Carter will sing "I Love Mv Wife, but Oh You Kid." "Tit for Tat" will be sung by Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. Davis as an olio stunt. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. George Hubacher, 1616 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, has been called to Farmersburg by the illness of her sister, Miss Norma Miller. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wolf of Dos Moines visited Mr. Wolf's mother, Mrs. J. Wolf, 139 Crescent drive, over the week-end. * * * Miss Ruth Hille, 12 York avenue northeast, has returned from Ames where she visited over the week-end, attending the Sigma Nu party a Iowa State college Saturday. * * * Miss Thelma Searle, a senio: nurse at Mount-Midway hospital in St. Paul, is home convalescing from a major operation at the home o: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J Searle, 242 Eighth street southeast * # * Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kitsis, 1111 First street southwest, have had as their guests, Mrs. Louis Gendler and daughter, Faye, and Maurice Kitsis all of Mankato, Minn. CLUB WILL MEET AT WALLACE HOME Know Your Neighbor club will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. A. F. Wallace for an all day session. A basket lunch will be served at noon. The last meeting of the club was at the home of Mrs. W- Fulghum. 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Fhom: soo CLEANERS i Emergency Meal Tests Ingenuity of Clever Cook By ANN KINGSLEY However much we may plan ahead, and smoothly as our household schedule runs ordinarily, there will 'arise those puzzling situations, such as the arrival of unexpected guests when we have only the remnants of last night's roast, or times when we have to prepare a quick meal for the family. Perhaps it is good for us to be put on our mettle now and then, to find out just what we can accomplish with little on hand, or a short time to work. It quickens our wits and makes us feel cocky when we manage to perform a little kitchen magic. It is good to have a few of these quick and fancy recipes on hand. It might not be a bad idea to try them out before the emergency arises, after the principle of the fire-drill. A meat pi«J is one answer to the problem of making a small amount of left-over meat serve more portions than you thought it would If you have the vegetables ready cooked, or choose ones which are cooked in a hurry, this is also one of those quick dishes for the hurry- up meal. Meat Pie. 1 cup diced cooked meat 4 tablespoons lard 3 tablespoons chopped onion '.3 cup diced cooked carrots 2 tablespoons chopped green pepper ',i cup diced celery 4 tablespoons flour 2 cups milk or meat stock Slowly brown the onion, pepper, celery and meat in hot lard. Add flour gradually, stirring constantly, until brown. Add remaining ingredients. Heat thoroughly. Pour into .shallow, well-oiled baking dish. Cover with biscuits or 'a border of mashed potatoes. Bake in a hot oven (450 degrees F.) until biscuits are done or mashed potatoes are browned. A tasty dish, fit for a most special guest, may be made of leftover lamb. Souffle of Lamb. ! 3 /i cups cold lamb, minced 2 egg yolks 2 egg whites 1-il cups milk 1 tablespoon flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon butter Pepper Beat the egg yolks, add milk, :hickened with flour, smooth into the butter, and season with salt and r. Cook until slightly thick- :ned. Cool. Add meat and stiffly beaten egg whites. Pour into a casserole, pla.ce. casserole in. a. shallow containing 1 inch of hot water. 3ake for 30 minutes or until the ouffle is firm in center. Another left-over dish which may be given a party flavor is Veal a la ing. Veal a la King. Cut left-over cold roast -veal into mall dice. Make a medium sauce by ombining flour with melted butter, radually adding milk or veal stock and cookiug slowly until thickened, ieason with salt and pepper, finely diced green pepper and pimiento and laprika. Mushrooms which have oeen fried in butter, diced celery, cooked peas or other left-over vegetables may be added, if desired. Cook slowly until the meat and vegetables are heated through. Serve in toasted bread baskets, patty shells or on toast points. Decorate with parsley and strips of pimiento and green pepper. Top with a cube of currant jelly. But suppose there isn't any leftover meat to help you out when a 1:3 sty or unexpected meal must be prepared. To be ready for any situation, the canny housewife keeps certain supplies on hand, in refrigerator or on the "emergency shelf" of the pantry. The ready prepared meats, dried beef, various kinds of sausages, etc., are a veritable "first- tiid" kit in a kitchen emergency. Probably there is nothing .which helps out more, however, than to have a supply of bacon ready at hand. That versatile stand-by can be- used as the main dish for any meal of the day and can be used to give flavor and distinction to other foods you may have. And it is always so easily and quickly prepared. Here is a quick dish in which bacon plays its part. Grilled Plate With Scrambled Eggs. 3 tomatoes, peeled 4 eggs, scrambled 6 slices toast, buttered, cut in TWO PIECE COSTUME GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 19 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY Attractive Costume May Be Either Separate Blouse and Skirt or Two Piece Frock; Easy to Make. Here's a two-piece model that's so chic that you'll want to build your spring wardrobe around it. You'll like the skirt of grey or beige woolen, and the blcuse of silk crepe in matching shade. They're two important spring colors that give you a. chance to carry out changes in black, brown, yellow, coral, etc., accessories. A crepe print blouse with the short flared sleeves, would lend further variety at little extra cost. Carry this versatile model out as a complete dress in crepe print would also be delightful. Style No. 3453 is designed fur sizes 14. 16, 18 years. 36, 3S and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 2',i yards of 39-inch material for long sleeve blouse and 2'/s yarns of 39- inch material for skirt with % yard of 39-inch lining for bodice. Send 15 cents (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 10 cents. Send'for your copy today: Book and pattern together 23 cents. Do not send to Mason C'ty, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Be ready the EASTER SEASON With a Beautiful Lustrous WAVE . . . Special prices for a limited time . . . $2.50 S3-75 $5.00 AL PITTMAN Model Beauty Shop 9 1st SI. S. E. Phone !M7 SPECIAL ON SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHS PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 triangles 6 rounds toast, buttered 6 slices bacon, broiled Cut tomatoes in half crosswise. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and place in pan under hot broiler until partially cooked. Place on round of {.oast. Pile scrambled eggs on tomatoes and place slice of bacon on top. Serve on platter, garnish with toast Iriangles. The tomatoes and bai-on may be pan-broiled instead of oven- broiled, if you prefer. Here is a suggestion for serving sausages with a bit of style. Baked Sansages With Fried Bananas. Prick the 'sausages with a' fork- arid place them in a heavy frying pan. Set in a moderate over. Ween browned on one side, turn and brown on the other. Lay each sausage on a finger of toast and serve with fried bananas. Fried bananas: Remove the skins, out the bananas in two lengthwise. Squeeze a few drops of orange juice en them. Roll in flour and fry until a delicate brown. DAUGHANJJAYLOR ALGONA--Miss Isabel Norine Baylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baylor of Algona. and Joseph E. Daughan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daugha.n of Britt, were married Monday morning at the St. Cecelia's Catholic church hy the Rev. T. H. Davern. Dean Hughes of Britt and Gertrude Baylor, sister of the bride, attended the couple. Following tie ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to immediate relatives at the home of the bride. They left on a week's wedding trip to southern Iowa. After March 1 they will be at home on a farm near Corwith. Miss Baylor had been employed at the Fischer cafe the past two years. JENSON-SCHMIT ARMSTRONG--Everett D. Jenson and Miss Josephine E. Schmit were married at the St. Mary's church here. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schmit, living near Armstrong and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jenson of Swea City. They will make their home at the Lloyd Helgason farm adjoining Armstrong where Mr. Jenson has been employed. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED NEW HAMPTON--Licenses to wed were issued to Gerald Leonard, Mclntyre and Alvine Lucille Fengo. both of Chatfield, Minn., and to ArcMe B. Swelin and Lucile E. Ebel, both of Minneapolis, Minn. JAMES KING TO WED MISS EVELYN SMITH ACKLEY--The banns of holy matrimony were announced at the St. Patricks church at Hampton for Leo King, son of James King of Ackley. and Miss Evelyn Smith, daughter of John Smith, living southwest of Ackley. RONNIE WOLF HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Ronnie Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Wolf. 1112 Third street southwest, celebrated his fifth birthday at a party at his home. A group of his friends and their mothers were guests. Out of town guests at the party were his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rosenbaum of Centerville, and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wolf of Des Moines. .g, SOCIAL CALENDAR TO SECRETARIES No notices for the weekly social calendar printed on Saturday arc accepted after 4 o'clock on Friday. TUESDAY Clio club-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. Curtis Amen, 50 Beaumont drive, spread, Mrs. C. E. Burrtts, Mrs. Ralph Stanbery, Mrs. Harriet Michael, Mrs. Herbert Barclay. St. James Luther league-8 o'clock, church parlors, Elizabeth Laucr and Carlton Mall. Phoenician club-S o'clock. Miss Mary Gould, SOI Washington avenue northwest, lesson, Miss Helen Abel. WEDNESDAY 417 Sixth 175 MINNEAPOLIS PAIR MARRIED IN NASHUA NASHUA--Miss Lucille Ebel and Archie Swelin, both of Minneapolis, were married at the Little Brown church Saturday by the Rev. Will- j work. Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt iam Kent. I make their home in Mitchell. Jelpalot club -Mrs. Lucy Creekmur, street southeast. Kebekahs -8 o'clock, I. O. 0. F. hall, card party, Mrs. Wayman Closson, chairman. Baptist Gildner division-2 o'clock, Mrs. F. Severson, Crescent drive. Triple * club-2 o'clock, Mrs. E. P. Tracy, 403 First street northwest. Literature department-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, speaker. Our Saviour's Rebecca circle-2 o'clock. Mrs. Joe WolsKc. 502 Twenty-first street southeast. , O. T. O.-2 o'clock. I. O. O. F. hall, card party. R. N. A. drill team -2 o'clock, Moose hall. Mrs. C. A. Budworth, captain, practice. Central Lutheran Guild -2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. A. E. Burmeister, Mrs. G. S. Branscombe, Mrs. E. M. Benecke, hostesses. Trinity Washington circle -2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Gideon Auck, 808 Jackson avenue northeast. Social Hour club -Postponed. Harding C. S. C--7:30 o'clock, school. Jefferson C. S. C. -7:30 o'clock. Mrs. R. R. Flickinger. 940 First street southeast. Mrs. W. H. Reese, Mrs. Leslie Adams, assisting; Mrs. Arthur Krager, question box; Mrs. W. H. Hathorn. lesson. I. O. F. lodge-S o'clock, Moose hall. ACKLEY COUPLE EXCHANGES V.OWS ACKLEY-- The marriage of Mrs. Myrtle Richtsmeier and Herman Richtsmeier took place Saturday at the home of the officiating pastor, the Rev. B. Seybold. Mr. and Mrs. John Kuper witnessed the ceremony.. They will make their home on the Richtsmeier farm northwest of Ackley. -- if -WIARDA-CLAWSON ACKLEY-- The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Clawson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clawson and Benjamin Wiarda. son of Mr. and Mrs. "Uko Wiarda of Ackley. took place in Waterloo. Feb. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Wiarda will make their home on one of the bridegroom's father's farms upon their return from a brief trip. _ ,3* _ SCHMIDT- VAN ETTEN MITCHELL-- Miss Gladys Van Etten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Van Etten of Independence, and Edward Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt of Mitchell, were married at the bride's home at Independence. Mrs. Schmidt has held a teaching position in the primary department of the Mitchell consolidated school the past six years, and will finish out the year's will Study Club Discussions Are Varied Meetings Held by Monday, Twentieth Century, U. G. L. Clubs. Study club meetings were conducted Monday afternoon by four Mason City groups and a variety of interests were represented in the topics discussed. U. G. L club met for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. F. W. Osmundson. 41 Beaumont drive, Monday afternoon. The lesson on pewter was given by Mrs. W. Earl Hall. Mrs. W. E. Sundcll. W Oak drive, was hostess to the Monday club at its meeting. Mrs. W. H. Hathorn discussed the article on "Society and the Novel" from the Atlantic Monthly and Mrs. C. R. Patton spoke on Sir James Jeans. Twentieth Century club met Monday afternoon at the Bovaird tearooms with Mrs. W. A. Westfall as hostess. Mrs. W. J. Holahan gave the lesson, a magazine review. Chautauqua club members held their meeting at the Y. W. C. A. Monday afternoon. Mrs. Wayne McGowan reviewed "Gray Dawn by White. .·. Beauty Aids Lie in Mop, Broom If Well Wielded ITHACA, N. Y., (.-PI--Milady was advised Tuesday to take up her broom, mop and dustpan militantly as major beauty aids. "The broom is o. homely tiling, but it hides many a beauty secret," declared Miss Dorothy H. Bateman, women's physical instructor at Cornell university. "If properly wielded, it will sweep into the dustpan everything but the good looks of its mistress." It is just an old wives' tale, said Miss Bateman. that these implements of the cottage and flat leave the "hausfrau" looking at a third strike in her contest for allure with her office-working sister. Easier 1o Keep Fit. "There is no excuse for such an cica," asserted Miss Bateman. "If she works properly the housewife s ahead of the office worker anytime. It's easier for her to keep fit. "Take heavy lifting for instance. The wrong way gives you the backache. The right way shoos off the middle age spread.' It replaces'the spare tire' with strong) slender lips." How to Do It. "How should it be done? Well, irst, when you stoop keep one foot ahead of the other. Then, when you 'ise, keep the back straight and use ,he thigh and hip muscles. Don't collapse at the waist-line and make .he back muscles do all the work. Tor stair-climbing use the hip muscles, too, and keep the hips themselves well under the torso. "In sweeping let the trunk twist rom the hips. Tasks which require overhead reaching', like dusting and hanging curtains, are fine stretching exercises if not done too suddenly. All such chores if properly done, give the hausfrau good posture, better health, improved appearance, more poise and a happier disposition." JIcKEVLEY DRAMA CLtJB PLAY IS POSTPONED McKinley Drama club play which was scheduled for Tuesday night has been postponed to Friday, March 6. The play is "Tons of Trouble." On Wedding Trip HERE ARE THE REAL FACTS ABOUT BRAN Brought 1 Out by Tests with Kellogg's ALL-BRAN FOREST CITY -- Miss R u t h Hutchins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hutchins, and Orville Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson, were married at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. Mr. Ward. Miss Evelyn Charlson and Lloyd Smith attended the couple. Thora and Elaine Thompson sang two duets with Miss Geraldine Boman accompanying them. Following the ceremony luncheon was served to the guests at the home of President and Mrs. J. L. Rendahl of Waldorf college. They will spend several days in Minneapolis before returning to this community where they will farm. Child Study Circle Meets at Ludeman's for Program, Party Central Child Study circle met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. George Ludeman. 23 Virginia avenue southeast, with Mrs. A. Ganzer as assisting hostess. The lesson included a talk on "Growing Up Emotionally" by Mrs. Vinnie Christianson, and "When Vacation Interferes With Routine," by Mrs. H. J. Blewett. Following the business meeting a. kid party was held with all the members' dressed as little girls. Childhood pranks were told by each woman and at the close of the evening refreshments were served. A Washington theme was carried out. MKS. F. A. BODROV HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. F. A. Bourcy. 1012 Fillmore avenue northwest, was honored at a surprise birthday party given at her home Monday. · Games were Clayed and refreshments were served. A song:, dedicated to Mrs. Bourcy, was sung by Clair Graham. LEGION AUXILIARY TO HEAR BROADCAST American L e g i o n Auxiliary oroadcasts scheduled for the week nclude one from WSUI on Wednesday from 3:30 to 4 o'clock. On Friday the auxiliary news travelog will be heard from WOI, Ames, from 4 to 4:30 o'clock, and there will be broadcast from KRNT at 9:15 o'clock Sunday evening. Biography, Drama Will Be Subjects Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney to Talk| at Meeting Wednesday Noon. Biography and drama will the time of the Woman's club literature department Wednesday noon at a meeting at the Hotel Hanford with Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney as speaker. Mrs. Cerney will review the life of the ex-president of Czecho-Slovakia, "President Masark Tells His Own Story" by Karel Capek and an Hungarian play, "The Tragedy of Man" by Imre Marach. Mrs. Cerney has traveled in the Balkan states and has an extensive background for the two books which she will discuss. Luncheon will be served to those who wish and reservations will be taken at the Hanford until 10 o'clock Wednesday morning. Serving will begin at 11:45 o'clock and continue through the hour. The next literature department meeting is on schedule for March 11 and Remley Glass will be the speaker. He has chosen T. E. Lawrence's book, "Seven Pillars of Wisdom," for review. 4 With Birthdays of From 73 to 83 Honored PLYMOUTH--A group of friends and neighbors gathered at Mr. and Mrs. George B. Seeley's home Saturday evening for a joint birthday anniversary celebration, there being- four present whose birthdays were honored. George Secley, Sr., was 83 Saturday, Mrs. Helen Hemphi!! was 73 Saturday, Mr. Shook was 80 Sunday and Mrs. Seeley will be SO on March 4. HI-TKI CLUB HEARS PROGRAM Dr. E. C. Martin spoke on the Negro at a meeting of the Hi-Tri club Monday evening at the Y. W. C. A. He told of the difficulties which the Negro race hag and of t.'ie places where they are discrim- iriiated against, particularly in traveling-, at restaurants, in working n n d in hospitals. The high school ireshman sextet sang three spirituals. "Steal Away," "Nobody Knows the Trouble I See" and "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot." Phyllis Neelings was in charge, of the music and Jean- Morris, the program. . _,^ JEWISH JR. LEAGUE CONDUCTS MEETING Jewish Junior League met Monday evening at the Jewish community center with Rabbi Avery J. Grossfield in charge. Arrangements were made to conduct a study of Jewish customs and ceremonies at meetings held ev- ti-y Monday night. Plans were discussed for a dance in April with a committee in charge including Bertha Bloom, chairman, Sylvia Cohen, Ruth Traub, Milton Raizes, Sol Benowitz and Dick Fox. Some years ago, there was considerable difference of opinion regarding the use of bran. So to discover the actual facts of the case, the Kellogg Company asked for a series of laboratory tests at leading universities. Experimental studies on a group of healthy women showed that the continued use of bran was thoroughly satisfactory. Unlike cathartics, it did not lose its effect. Other independent tests on men indicated that, with certain people, the "bulk" in bran was more effective than that found in fruits and vegetables. Laboratory analysis proved that Kellogg's ALL-BRAN supplied vitamin B and iron as well as plenty of hulk. This "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is gentle in action. It absorbs a great deal of moisture, and cleanses the intestinal tract. ALL-BRAN corrects constipation due to insufficient "bulk." It is the natural way--far better than using pills and tablets. Serve as a cereal -or use in cooking. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 With jackets like these get you in the spirit of spring! They're so new -- so colorful -- so fresh -- with fitted jacket or with the boxy, swagger jacket. Silks with contrasting color combinations. All sizes. PRICED A T . . . Others priced at $9.95 and better. At Final Clearance Prices and up "SEE YOU TOMORROW"

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