The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 26, 1931 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1931
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FEBRUARY 26 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CHICAGO CIVIC OPERA COMPANY BARITONE TO BE HEARD arre-Hill to Be Last of Artists i Civic Music Association Programs to Conclude for Season. When Barre-Hill, baritone of the ! Chicago Civic Opera company is ' heard in concert here-llarch 9 at the high school auditorium his audience will have the opportunity to hear the youngest American singer por- -traying leading roles with one of the country's major opera companies. His appearance is the last event of the Civic Music concert series. At an age when inost singers are striving to gain a foothold in the Don't Squeeze Blackheads --Dissolve Them Squeezing out blackheads makes large, ugly pores. The safe and sane way to get rid of these blemishes is to dissolve them. Get two ounces of Calonite powder from your drug store, sprinkle a little on a hot, wet cloth, rub over the blackheads, and every one, big or little, will disappear at once. concert world, this celebrated young singer Is about to enter into his third successive season with the famous Chicago company, having two full .years already to his credit. Even before his debut there, however, at the early age of 22, he had already made successful appearances with other well-known opera companies, including the American Opera company and the Cincinnati Zoo Opera company. From time to time, it has not been unusual to hear of "boy prodigies" and "youthful geniuses" in the field of piano or of violin. The public has almost come to expect an early flowering of talent in these several musical channels. Not so, however, in the world of opera. A youthful success in this field has been always looked upon as nothing short of rarity. Perhaps It has been because the latter field holds such exacting qualifications--experience which but few can hope to have during early years. It has been said that' a truly srreat singer must be not only a finished singer but a finished actor as well. The success of Barre-Hill at his early age has been "explained" because of this combination--a truly great voice and mature histrionic ability. Miss Corrine Fenlon and Miss Ann Kurtz of Des Moinea, were guests of Miss Marguerite Birum Tuesday and Wednesday. Spring Is Coming... and The NEW SPRING PRINTS ARE HERE! want more print frocks this I spring, than ever before. There are Interesting new designs, mostly very small, and ever so vivid. And backgrounds have become brighter than they were last year. We've made a really worthwhile purchase of dresses that we're able to offer you at a price exceptionally low for such fine quality crepes. 15 $1^00 Red und Gray, Biack anil White, Pink and Navy, Gold and Green, White and Orange. When Was a Girl a t « Open rebellion met Spring Tonics that were poured down r e s i s ti n g little throats. But NOW . . . Modern mothers rely on proper food elements the entire year, rather than the questionable benefits of Spring Tonics to make little bodies sturdy and big ones. remain healthy and efficient. The nutritive value, appetite appeal, and economic advantages of serving HUTCHINSON'S ICE . CREAM have made it a daily treat in many Iowa homes Make use of the Delivery Service offered by your Hutchlnson dealer. It's for your convenience when you want Ice cream "in a hurry." OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING WODEN, Feb. 2(i.--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baiick celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with seven children, 28 grandchildren and two great grandchildren present. Mr. and Mm. Knack cnmc to the United States from Germany nfter they were nmrrlcil. They first settled In Garner und later cnmo to Woden, where they were amour tho first settlers. Mr. Baack has been a businessman here for many years. Dangerous Age for Pair When Both Are Bored By VIRGINIA LEE When does the dangerous period come in married life? Some say the first year is hardest, but I think few couples separate during that time. Some say when the husband and wife are in the neighborhood of 40 years, or when the children have grown old enough to shift for themselves a bit and father and mother are looking for new interests. I think the dangerous age comes when they have been married long enough to be used to one another and begin to feel bored. This is more apt to be the case when there are no children, or possibly when there are children and the mother is too much engrossed In them and neglects their father. At any rate, a woman writes me that she and her husband have been married 10 years and have reached that point, and she wants to know what to do. "Dear Virginia Lee: 1 am coming to you in my loneliness. I am 28, my husband is 10 years my senior. We have no children. "We don't seem to get along.' He -is very Jealous. When we are alone he shows me he Ipves me, but when we are with company he hurts me. It seems I am growing tired of him. He never plans to take me anywhere, but allows me to go out alone. "If I ask him to go with me he refuses, but he will go alone. I am not very strong. If I ask him to take me to a doctor he gets angry. He does not smoke or drink. "So, dear Virginia, I don't know what to do. I don't want to leave him, but still I can't go on living like this. If I had children I think I could overcome everything. We have been married 10 years. "LONESOME AND BLUE." Nothing much seems to be wrong, Lonesome and Blue, and yet everything; is wrong, eh? . If you think children would straighten things out, why not have a child? If you cannot have them of your own, adopt one or two. Plenty of poor motherless and fatherless little things in the world who need good homes, goodness knows. A child would give you both new interests and you would have a chance to forget your poor health. Nothing like taking one's mind off one's self to improve that, I have found--provided, of course, there is no organic trouble. Talk this over with your husband. If you can't follow my advice in this matter, look about you and see if there Isn't some work you can do in your community to help some one worse off than yourself. If your husband xvon't go out with you, why not invite some one he likes to occasionally spend the evening with you? Try-not to be hurt when your husband acts indifferent to you when company is present. Try to enter into his interests, forget your grievances and be companionable. MR. AND MRS. HARMS HONORED AT FAREWELL. Mr. and Mrs. George Harms were honored at a farewell party given by a group of friends and neighbors at their home southeast of Rockwell. Cards were played and luncheon Served. Mr. and Mrs. Harms are WIFE PRESERVERS If your applesauce made from winter apples seems a little tasl :less, add the juice of a lemon or orange. moving to Rockwell. a f a r m northwest HELPING THE HOMEMAKER Ky MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE BEEF POT PIE FOR DINNER Beef Pot Pie Buttered Cabbage Bread Plum Jam Head Lettuce and Russian Dressing Spanish Cream Cream Coffee or Milk Beef Pot Pie, Serving 6 One pound beef, cut in 1 inch pieces, 2 cups diced, cooked potatoes, }, cup diced, cooked carrots, % cup diced, cooked celery, y 2 cup cooked peas, 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, 2 .tablespoons chopped onions, 1 teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons fat, 4 tablespoons flour, 21,2 cups meat stock or milk. Heat fat in frying pan. Add meat and brown well. Add flour and brown. Add stock and cook slowly two minutes. Add rest of ingredients. When mixed, pour Into buttered baking dish and cover with crust. Crust Two cups flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, Y 2 teaspoon salt, 6 tablespoons lard; 1 egg, y, cup milk. Mix flour, baking powder and salt. Cut in lard with knife. Mixing with the knife, stir in egg and milk. When soft dough forms, pat out on anson is the best way to arrive at Values When fine 1 /i carats are selling for less, Blanchard will be selling them. This Blue White ] 4 : carat in one of our artistically designed mountings. Credit is secondary to the sale "J* of good merchandise at fair price at WATCHES DIAMONDS floured board to fit over top of meat mixture. Fit in place and make four holes in top to allow steam to escape. Bake 30 minutes in moderate oven. Russian Dressing (Suitable for vegetable or lettuce salads) One-half cup stiff mayonnaise, 3 tablespoons chili sauce, 2 tablespoons catsup, '4 cup pimento stuffed olives, 3 tablespoons chopped .dill pickles, % teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon lemon juice's Mix and chill ingredients, Beat well with fork and serve. Spanish Cream. One and one-half tablespoons granulated gelatin, 3 cups milk, V4 teaspoon salt, % cup sugar, 3 egg yolks, 1 teaspoon vanilla, Vi teaspoon lemon extract, 3 egg whites, beaten, VI- cup candied cherries. Soak gelatin and one cup of milk for five minutes. Beat eggs and add sugar, and cook two minutes in double boiler. Stir constantly. Add gelatin mixture and cook one minute. Stir constantly. Beat well and fold in rest of ingredients. Pour into glass mold rinsed out of cold water. Set in cold place to stiffen. FOTTER-DOnNIHEK Miss Viola Dornbier, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Ulrich Dornbier, was married to Carrol Potter of Algona at Ft. Dodge. They left immediately on a wedding trip to Des Hoines and from there will go to Minnesota. Oil their return they will make their home on a f a r m southwest of Algona. 3 things to stop a cold "Pope's" does them all! Now, just a pleasant tablet and relief for your cold begins, instantly. And Pape's Cold Compound relieves all symptoms of cplds. It does the thrcu things any doctor will tell you are necessary to check a cold. "Papa's" reduces Irritation and swelling of the nasal lining. So breathing becomes easy; discharge stops; the head clears. "Pape's" encourages perspiration; banishes that achy, feverish, weak feeling which is due to inactivity of the pores. "Pape's" kills cold germs; opens the bowels; takes germs and the ncid-wastes of colds right out of your system. Next time a cold starts, try Pape's Cold Compound and learn the reason for Us tremendous sales and popularity. Just remember the name "Pape'g." All drugstores--35c. DEEP TT'S one of the favorite colors of the -*· spring Reason, because It adapts itself to most costumes. And the styles right now ans certain to meet the approval of every well drp.Hxeil woman. 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