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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MARCH 8 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINE Modern Social Customs Put Shy Girl at Worse Disadvantage Than Ever By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH. "Did you enjoy the party, Sally?" "NO!" was the answer, and the child flung herself down on the bed and cried as if her heart would break. Mrs. Smith was distressed and puzzled. Sally was 14 and was beginning to be asked to informal dances here and there. Every time there was the same scene when she cume home, and another when she started out for the next dance. She danced well, was attractive and well dressed, but for some reason which her mother could not fathom she was not popular. ~The age of no chaperones has put at a disadvantage the girl who is shy and will not put herself forward or use cheap means to attract partners. An older person, sensing the situation, would have seen to it that Sally had partners, and have helped the child to overcome her diffidence. Girls will not do this for each other. Each girl is out for herself, naturally enough, and the young hostess quite as much as her guests. The obligation to see that everyone is dancing or at least talking to »cno is not put upon the shoulders of the young people, and too olten the elders have retired so as not to spoil the fun or because they do not wish to be bored. The results are what one might 3 GREAT SPECIALS! Friday and Saturday SPECIAL NO. 1 Featuring t h e popular NAVY models! Also smart creations in new blue, shrimp, gold, green, tan! Flattering windblown effects! Smart semi-fitted fashions! Splendid tweeds or Matelasse! These have new full-length coa ts--stunning scarfs or self ties--clever tucked sleeve treatments! Superior quality and workman- sh ip m a k e them w o r t h much more! 50 SPECIAL NO. 2 Superb! Marvelous furred cuffs of Wolf, American Gray Fox, Novelty Kid! Stunning throw collars of Kidskin! The very smartest spring fabrics in newest weaves! 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HELPING THE HOMEMAKER TOGETHER 60 YEARS By MBS. ALEXANDER GEOKGE Meals For Sunday Breakfast Stewed Prunes Ham Omelet Buttered Toast Coffee Dinner Roast Beef and Browned Potatoes Buttered Peas Bread Cranberry Jelly Tomato Salad Pecan Pie Coffee Supper (For Company) Sardine Relish Sandwiches Nut Bread Sandwiches Coffee Chocolate Ice Box Cake Salted Nuts Pecan Pic J3aked pie shell, 14 cup sugar, 4 tablespoons flour, 3 egg yolks, teaspoon salt, 2 cups milk, U cup ecaris, 1 teaspoon vanilla, % teaspoon 'lemon extract, \i teaspoon almond extract. Beat yolks and add sugar, flour and salt. Add milk. Cook in double toiler until thick and creamy. Stir frequently. Add pecana and flavorings. Mix and pour into pie shell. Cover with meringue. Meringue 3 egg whites, 6 tablespoons sugar. Beat whites until stiff. Add sugar and beat until creamy. Roughly spread on filling. Bake 15 minutes in slow oven. Cool and serve. Sardine Belish Sandwiches 20 slices bread, 1-3 cup soft butter. y. cup sardines, 3 tablespoons chopped celery, 3 tablespoons chopped pickles, Vt cup salad dressing. Arrange bread slices in pairs. Mix remaining ingredients and spread on bread. Add bits of shredded lettuce and arrange sandwich fashion. Press together firmly and cut off crusts. H4.NLONTOWN. March 8.--Mr. and Mrs. William Faschen of Hanlontown celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their wedding which took place in Muscatine March 5, 1S74, with open house at their farm home 2". miles west of Hanlontown where they have lived for the past fiftv years. Their daughter. Mrs. Gertrude Walscr, operates the far LVs 0 t%u h mmer 0 ttey rebuilt and modernized their home. The land which Mr Z Mrs* Paschen purchased in 1884 and from which they hivA P-irnod their livin* for 50 years was unimproved and they experienced manvhardshfps as Pioneers in Worth county. Mr. Paschen was a shoemaker in Muscatine before he touk up farming Nearly 100 guests from various towns m Iowa visited Mr. and Mrs. Paschen on their anniversary. They have but one living ch.ld, Mrs. Walser. Their son, George, died in 1902. of Personality : and His Orchestra to ; Play for Lake Dance ' Waker j unes, inum'.yei-, has bo.i.:- cd Dale Larson, known as "The ; ,'rince of Personality," and his or- : eheslra, 12 pieces, to play for dances ! :o be held at the Clear Lake Coun- i :ry club Saturday night or this week, and Sunday night, March 11. j This group of musicians ami en- ] tertainers appeared at the clubhouse j the first week in February and made a decided hit, according to ilr. Ames. Director Larson, a feature artist and entertainer, has an unusually attractive and likable personality aad is known among musicians and people of the stage as "The Prince of Personality." Mr. Ames is arranging for a special orchestra to play for the annual St. Patrick's Day dance, Saturday, March 17, and Sunday night, March IS. \. 1. B. C- MEMBERS MEET AT PIEKCES. A. D. B. C. club met Wednesday evening with the Misses Louise ant! Lucile Pierce, 110 Jefferson avenue northwest. Bunco was played with prizes going to the Misses Babe Kropman and Marian Hayes. Anyway, the good citirxm with a little gold has learned how the wicked felt while sneaking home with a quart. -- Cedar JJapids Gazette. Wife Preservers M l i l l retain slate legislatures. It's a nice question, at that.--JiaslivlUo Put a pii-cc of linoeleum in the :i:jlji;arU where children keep their liuolK. rubbers, skates, etc. It will protect the flour and make cleaning easier. A gentleman out in Missouri pro fcssca to lie amazed that a people smart, enough to discard ox carts, .spinning wheels, tallow candles, ha'ml si'vthcs and hand presses will Turn the months of wailiof into ease and comfort Y OU can now avoid unnecessary pain anil after resreta by pru- parlnjr your body for dial dear baby's curntnR. A massage medium. :uiu Kldn lubrleant, calietl -«^.»-- iMuther'H Friend, helps to relievo and prevent sUln tightness . . . abdominal tissue breaks . . . dry skin . called breasts . . . after delivery wrinkles. Mother's Friend refreshes anil tones the ;;l:in. tissues and museles. It makes them Mipplc. pliant and elastic- it is ^clLMiliflc In compoMitlon--composed of 'espedal oils and hlKhly benellclat infrn.'tlicnts cxIminUy njiplicd--pureanu eafe. Quii'ldy absorbed. Delightful to use Illltlily praised by users, many doctors and nurses. Tlmo-tcstcd for over CD years, illillions of oottles sold. Trv It tonicht. Ju.it ask any drugelst for Mother's Friend. The Bradflcld Co., Atlanta. Oa. er's Friend the pain Bits About 'Em If you have diffculty in getting drop "cakes from the pans, cut out small circles of waxed papers and fit in the bottoms of the pans. MISS FLORENCE BLOOM HONORED AT SHOWER. Miss Florence Bloom was honored at a miscellaneous shower given Wednesday by Mrs. William Lamer and Mrs. Joe Robinson at the Larner home, 304 West State street. Dinner was served-at 7 o'clock and bridge was played at six tables during the evening with high score prizes going to Mrs. I. Gindler and Mrs. Frank Kropman. Out of town guests included Mrs. I. Keslan of Chicago and Mrs. Sarah Fink of Des Moines. Miss Bloom will he married this month to Sam Garfin, Jr. QUEEN REBEKAHS STAFF SPONSORS CARD PARTI'. Queen Rebekah degree staff sponsored a card party Wednesday at the I. 0. 0. F. hall with Mrs. George Van Every. Mrs. A. L. Wheeler, Mrs. D. C. Coffin and Mi's. Lucy Long as hostesses. High score bridge prize went to Mrs. Harold Elliott and low to Mrs. Tom Connors and high score 500 prize to Mrs. Guy Peters and low to Mrs. Henry Morphew, At the next party March 14, the traveling- prize will be awarded. --.*.-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES ALGONA, March 8.--Marriage licenses were issued the past week to Gilmore Nelson of- Jackson, Minn., and Marie Argabright of Curlew; Howard Strayer and Marjorie Gregerson, both of Algona: Martard Bradley, Minneapolis, and Virginia Fehr of St. Paul; Theodor R. Nichols of Des Moiaes and Fern Bravton of Algona; Earl Ficoss and Meta Ostrorn of Whittemore. MDSSER-HALL HAMPTON, March S.--A marriage license was issued Tuesday to John Musser, 24, and Jeahette V. Hall, 21, both of Waterloo. __»*·__ MURRAY-SPRONG. EMMETSBURG, March 8. -- A marriage license has been issued here to Francis S. Murray, 29, Emmetsburg-, and Etoilee Sprong, 17, of West Bend. Mrs. H. L. Wright, 321 Fourteenth street northwest, Mrs. Harry Swarner, 147 Fourteenth street northwest Mrs Paul Loomis, 713 Twelfth street northeast, and Miss Dorothy Ransom, 234 Sixth street northwest, have returned from Des Moines where they attended the three day state convention of the Iowa Daughters of the American Revolution. * * * Miss Miriam Marston, a student at Iowa Slate Teachers' college, will arrive Friday from Cedar Falls for a week-end visit with her parents, 42-1 Sixth street northwest. W ' * * Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Wlliamson, 9 Ninth street northeast, have returned from La Crosse, Wis.. and Minneapolis, where they visited the Beauty and Trade show. They were accompanied by Miss Anue Ricd ol the Palace Beauty shop. MISSION STUDY RELAY TO BE HELD AT CHURCH The Presbyterian Missionary society will conduct a relay class in mission study Friday at the church beginning at 10 o'clock in the morning. The subject will be "The Christian Mission in America." Pot luck lunch will be served at noon. LOYAL 10 CLUB MEETS AT NELSONS The Loyal 10 club met with Mrs. George Nelson. 135 Twenty-third street southwest. Bridge was played at three tables with high score prizes going- to Mrs. Harold Green and Mrs. Ared White. U. S. W. V. A U X I L I A R Y MEETS AT Y. IV. C. A. Following the regular business meeting of the U. S. W. V. auxiliary Wednesday evening at the Y. W. C. A., the veterans joined the group for refreshments. Hostesses were Mrs "liae Morgan, Mrs. D. Coffin. Mrs. Delia Kirk. Mrs. Ella Maddy and Mrs. Fred Mitchell. MCKINLEY C. S. C. MEETS AT SCHOOL McKinley Child Study circle mot at the school Wednesday afternoon for a lesson on "Leisure Activities" led by Miss Kober. Miss Leila Eek- holm exhibited art work of the school children. It was voted to attend the lecture being sponsored by the G. T. A. March 20 instead of the next meeting. DU. T E. DAVIDSON TO SPEAK FOR P. T. A. Wilson P. T. A. will hear an address on "Educating for Temperance" by Dr. T. E. Davidson at its meeting Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the school. Bobby Lennan will play violin numbers and Frank Wilkinson, cornet. Miss Geneva Krieger will give a geography demonstration. Alas! Those who are unreasonable in their praise will be equally unreasonable in their criticism.-Wisconsin State Journal. MEHMEN-BENNING. ALLISON, March 8.--A marriage license v.-as issued here to Edward Benning, 26, Faulkner and Christina Geraldine Mehmen, 23, Parkersburg. BERGSTROM-LINDFELDT, NASHUA, March S.--The Rev. William Kent officiated at the marriage of Miss Ella Lindfeldt and Joel M. Bergstrom, both · of Mankato, Minn., which took place at the Church in the vale. --*-- ROBERTS-nTLAY HAMPTON. March S.--Announcement is made of the mariage of Miss Alice Imlav and Dewitt C. Roberts at Sheffield on Feb. 25, by the Rev. H. L. Rust, pastor of the Baptist .church. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Imlay and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. HP--v Roberts. Both Mr. and Mrs. Rr-V-ts are natives of Franklin county. They will reside here. A good humorist is one who can steal an idea and use it so cleverly the originator will steal it.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. New Hardwafer Way Ends Body Oder Leaves Ho 1. S. (Medicine Smelt) Scientific tests have made clear at last why body oJor--afterone bathes with ordinary soaps -- soon bobs up again. Their'sticky, sluffRJsh lathers cannot work into the pores, and so cannot remove the embedded stale perspiration. Instead they clog the pores with curds. The new and positive way to beat body odor is deep-pore cleansing. One soap will do thr.t, Kirk's Coco Castile, made by America's largest soap makers. In the hardest water, it breaks instantly into a searching lather. It cleans deep into the pores, actually removes the embedded per- spiration--thTi rinses nutcompk'tcly und in a flash. Thus it cnifc body odor at its source--the oniy effective way. This 100^ pure vc^rUble oil soap is odorless--1 eavcs no ofH:nf,ivc M. S. (medicine smell}--is stimulating to the skin. Available everywhere in a bijr generous cake, half ajrnin larger than the average toilctsoap. it is now sdlinf; at the lowest price in hir.tory. lie s-.iro to ask for Kirk's Castile by name--at your grocer's. During Lent FLOWERS Mean So Much WHEN USED IN THE HOME, AS GIFTS TO SHUT- INS, AT THE CHURCH Strictly fresh, home-grown stock at fair prices always. Phone 55 Herman M.Knudson.Prop. So. Federal Ave. A Lot of Unusual Values Have Blown in With the VOGUE Windblown Lines . . . Bad Man Mexican Style or Alice in Wonderland Silhouettes You will find these new versions in "OFF-THE-FACE" types or in brimmed effects. Breton SAILORS, SNUG TURBANS, with wispy veils arc included among new arrivals. All Eeadsizes and Colors From KRESGE'S Muslin Dep't. 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