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March 11, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 1936 FIVE IETY NEWS Strict Routine Held to by New Ruler as Child By GAKK1' C. 1UYEUS, FH. D. Child Training Authority. The new king of England was spanked and was told fairy tales. Also he was pampered some by his great-grandmother. Queen Victoria and later by his grandmother, Queen Alexandra. "Grandma said I could do it," was a favorite excuse by David when he was caught by his mother at something of which she disapproved. One wonders how it happened that this prince grew up to be the democratic, sympathetic human personality he is, universally respected and esteemed by all classes of people the world over. Great-Grandma Victoria. We are told that Queen Victoria would often drive from Buckingham Palace to Windsor to see her little grandson or have him brought to her. It was Great-grandma Victoria who decided that the boy's name in the family should be David, though he was baptized as "Christian George Andrew Patrick David." His official name became Prince Ed- For Sale USED BRICK 250,000 Fire Brick 500,000 Common Brick SEE A. Carl at Power Plant of Lehigh Portland Cement Company--or write Fort Dodge Iron Metal Company Fort Dodge, Iowa WIFE PRESERVERS Fur collars and cuffs may often be cleaned by rubbing them thoroughly with cornmeal soaked in gasoline. ward Albert, and later Edward only. The prince signed himself just "Edward P." Queen Victoria soon had the most suitable room of Buckingham palace made into a nursery for the baby and she herself chose his playthings there. From her own room she could hear bis prattle, cries and laughter. Often at tea time she would send for David, set him on her knee and feed him with sweet tea "not always good for him." Not Unrestrained. Yet young David's parents saw to it that he was subjected to rather strict routine. Besides he was not unrestrained. Perhaps few American children in best families today are disciplined so strictly as he was. Townsend writes: "Sometimes, for instance, when lesson time came for the little Prince David, his governess would find him missing from the nursery. On such occasions the subsequent hue and cry would reveal David hiding in the bedroom of his mother, Are You Miserable? TF your day begins with backache, headache or periodic pains, you need the tonic effect of Dr. Piefcc's F a v o r i t e Prescription. Read what Mrs. Chas. Schaad. 1423 /u-e. I. Kearney, Nebr., said: "f l a c k e d strength ind was so frightfully rundown every effort bcemcd to tire me out quickly. Dr. Pierce S Favorite Prescription strengthened me and appeared to help nr- in every way. At any rale I became well and strong." Buy now of your neighborhood druggist "* cw ;izr tablets 50 tls.._ liquid $1.00. Large size. tabs, or iiquid, SI.35. Write Dr. Piercc's Clinic, Buffalo, N. V., for free medical advice. Wrong Dealer Given A NASH and LAFAYETTE display advertisement with this heading, "Why we call them THE SAFEST low-priced cars EVER BUILT," appeared in yesterday's Globe-Gazette. The Mason City dealer listed in this advertisement was incorrect. Instead of the firm given, it should have heeu this local firm, the Cerro Gordo Nash Company 116 South Delaware Avc. Tlione 636 in a spacious wardrobe or under the bed. "Then the Princess of Wales would become stern and forbidding to tbe young truant, and when David was very, very naughty the rod was not spared, and he was corrected in summary and painful fashion." Told Fttiry Tales. We also find that the present king of England, when a young child, was filled with fairy tales. Townsend relay's a fairy tale which young David, at about tha age of three or four, is purported to have improvised for his little baby brother. It began: "Once upon a time there was an old couple who lived in a little cottage on the edge of a lonely moor. They were poor, oh, so poor . . ." Some of those who have been violently warning against fairy tales for young children might well take note. Certainly no one would class this world-famed personality, the king of England, as a day-dreamer or an introvert. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. MARY MORTON Menu Hint LUNCHEON Baked Potatoes Apple Pancakes Milk DINNER Salmon en Casserole Buttered Carrots Cole Slaw Deep-Dish Apple-Pineapple pie Coffee You may not like this salmon cas. serole dish, but it ia worth trying. You can take the salmon from the can whole, if you prefer, and heat it through either by steaming or baking, then pour cooked and seasoned green peas over it and serve with lemon slices. Or you can make a salmon loaf, season well and bake Scalloped potatoes, potato chips or French fried potatoes are nice to serve with it, in that case. In Strange Canadian Case Youth, 19, Convicted of "Doll Baby Murder Today's Recipes Apple Pancakes.--One egg, one cup milk, three tablespoons melted shortening, one and one-fourth cups flour, one and one-half teaspoons baking powder, onefourth teaspoon salt, one and one-half tablespoons sugar, two-thirds cup finely diced apples. Beat the egg and milk, add the sifted dry ingredients and shortening, stir in the apples and bake on a hot griddle. Makes 20 cakes. Salmon en Casserole.--One can red salmon and juice, one-half pint F R E E Hair Curs -- Marcels Every Morning Supervised Advanced Senior Work Finger Wave, dry 20c Shampoo and Finger Wave 35c Hair Cut 20c Hair Bleach 50e Manicure 25c Permanents $1 up Scalp Treatment 50c Facials SOc-Sl Hair D.ve $1.50 Inectfl or Clairol LA' JAMES COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE 12-16 First St. N. W. Phone 974: /ow-priced'cars EVER "BUILT! DE IfffE Uf AYfflE TOUR DOOR SEDAN WITH TRUKK. 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Special equipment extra. 116 South Delaware Phone «3fi sour cream, eight tiny round potatoes or three large potatoes in one-half inch slices, salt and pepper. Remove skin from salmon. Season to taste. Surround with potatoes, in casserole, ad cover with sour cream. Bake covered in 350-degrec oven until potatoes are done. Deep-Dish Apple-Pineapple Pie-Three cups sliced apples, one cup grated pieapple, one-half cup sugar, two tablespoons flour, one-half teaspoon ginger, two tablespoons butter. In a shallow buttered baking dish place layers of the apples and pineapple. Mix the sugar, flour, ginger, and a dash of salt together and sprinkle over. Dot with butter and cover with pic crust, slashed to let out the stcani. Bake at 425 degrees for 10 to 45 minutes. Serve hot with hard sauce. j Washing Ties* If the males of the household have ties that can be washed there is nothing that can do the ties so much good and they will look' far better than though they were cleaned. But before washing ties baste the linings very carefully so that the paddings will not become lumpy. Take out the basting before ironing. , 160 Attend Banquet at Algona ALGONA--The annual Father and Son banquet, sponsored by the Epworth league of the Methodist church at Algona, was held Monday night at the Methodist church parlors. Some 160 persons attended the banquet. The Rev. J. H. Edge, pastor of the church, gave the welcome address and 'Milton Norton gave "A toast to the lads" and Bob Post gave "A toast to the dads." The Rev. W. L. Breaw, Eagle Grove, gave the main address of the evening. Resolution to Request Haoood Reinstatement Introduced in House WASHINGTON, cm--A resolution to request President Roosevelt to reinstate Maj. Gen. Johnson Hagood as commander of the eighth corps area was introduced in the house Wednesday by Representative May (D.-Ky.) Hag'GOd recently was relieved of his command after he had testified before a house appropriations subcommittee on WPA "stage money." Mrs. Mechem President of P.E.O. at Clarion CLARION--At a meeting of P. E. O., Chapter FS. held at the home of Mrs. J. K. Hilton Tuesday afternoon, the annual election of officers took, place. Mrs. George Mechem will serve the chapter as president; Mrs. P. M. Ramsay, vice president; Mrs. A. D. Wakefield. secretary; Mrs. George L. Kyseth, corresponding secretary; Mrs. O. T. Bergfald, chaplain, and Mrs. L. G. Focht, guard. '*'Brother and Mother Still to Be Tried for Slaying. DORCHESTER, N. B., (.T)--Arthur Bannister, 19 years old, was convicted by a jury Wednesday of the "doll baby murder." Bannister was the first of three defendants to go on trial for the murder of Philip Lake, a settler at Pacific Junction. Lake, his common law wife and their infant son were killed in order, the prosecution contended that Bannister's mother might have the Lakes' baby daughter. The crown contended that previous to the mass killings of tlie Lake family, Mrs. Bannister had displayed a baby doll in an effort to make friends think she had a baby. Sentence was postponed until after the trial of Arthur's brother, Daniel, who is tc go before a jury at once on charges similar to those under which Arthur was convicted. Members of Iowa's Associated P r e s s at Spring Meeting LAWYERS RENEW LEGAL JOCKEYING Attorneys for Horton and Mrs. Johnston Want State Plans. BEDFORD, (/Pi--Attorneys for Floyd Horton and his widow-paramour. Mrs. Anna Johnston, charged with the poison murder of Horton's wife, renewed their legal jockeying Wednesday. Frank Wisdom, white haired veteran attorney representing Mrs. Johnston, said he plans to ask the state for a bill of particulars. "I'd like to know," he said, "just what the state intends to prove." The prosecution has exhibited a confession signed by Mrs. Johnston. in which she admitted purchasing poison, but declared it was administered to Mrs. Horton by her husband. James A. Lucas, Horton's attorney, said he would ask for a copy of the statement the prosecution said Horton signed. In this state- ment, County Attorney Roger Warin reported, Horton admitted intimate relations with Mrs. Johnston since Nov. 1. 1935. but declared he "knew nothin£ about any poison." Lucas also said he would ask a continuance and a bill of particulars. District Judge Homer A. Fuller last week refused to grant continuances to both suspects and ordered their trials scheduled for Monday. Canadian Commons Approve U. S. Pact OTTAWA. (Sfi--With the Canada- United States trade agreement approved in principle by an overwhelming majority vote, the house of commons turned Wednesday to the consideration of tariff changes involved in the pact. W.J. PARROTT REAL ESTATE PHONE 2545 211 1/4 N. FED. Wise Is Confirmed as Decorah Postmaster WASHINGTON. .li--The senate has confirmed the following Iowa postmaster nominations: Hiram L. Mann, Adel; Laurence E. H. Kucheman, Bellevue; Allen Wise, Decorah; Mabel J. Arnold, Garden Grove: John Vanderwickcr, Grundy Center; Otis H. O. Nelson. Humboldt; Wallace H. Blair. Lamoni; Ernest H. Ross, Logan; Kathryn D. Eden, Manning, and William B. Perkins. Seymour. INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN DIAMONDS NOW Use Lcppcr's Credit 1'lan of Easy Terms and Payments Your Credit Is Good "Just Bring an Honest Face" The Lepper Jewelry Co. 10 First Street S. E. "A Safe I'lace to Trade" For Damon's Day... "Sunny Sue" Cotton Crash Frocks DES MOINES, The members of the Iowa Associated Press association held their spring meeting here Wednesday. Those attending included: Granger P. Mitchell, Fort Dodse Messenger; Ray C. Eggert. Waterloo Courier; E. R. Moore. Wa.teHoo Courier, and W. Earl Hall, Mason Citv. 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