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-- - -- -------------- -r- - ~ - - - - SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 13 HJ 1937 VARIETY OF EVENTS GIVEN PLACE ON SOCIAL CALENDAR Handicraft Department Ending Year Play Review to Be Given . at Meeting in Library. Clubwomen in Mason City will have a variety of events to attend during the third week in February. Two Woman's club department meetings are planned for the first of the week. On Tuesday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock, the handicraft department will conclude its meetings for the season with a final session at the Y. W. C. A. Projects will be completed by the members who have been engaged in various crafts during the year. On Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the literature department of the Woman's club will meet in the library ase'mbly for a review of "St. .Joan" by George Bernard Shaw to be given by Mrs. Richard Rbmey. The time of the meeting has been set at 2 o'clock instead of the usual 12 o'clock. Preparations are being made i.t the Y. W. C. A., for a reception of the new secretary, Miss Kath' leen Simms, which will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the Y, and which -is open to all business girls of the city. Miss Sim'ms will arrive in Mason City Monday from her home in Dayton, Ohio, where she was nailed by the illness of her mother shortly after her first arrival in Mason City. The Mason City D. A. R. chapter will have its annual colonial tea Saturday, Feb. 20, at the home of Mrs. James E. Blythe, 431 First street southeast. DAUGHTERS PLAN OBSERVANCE OF 10TH BIRTHDAY Frock Smartly Tailored GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue,' New York City . By DIANA DAY Dress Buttons at Side in Coat Fashion, Pockets Clevefly Placed; Attractive for Spring. Add zest and charm to your drab winter wardrobe with this simple coat-like crepe print dress. You can shop in it or wear it to luncheon or bridge. Its tailored air makes it perfect for business and for town wear when spring arrives.. There's sleeve interest too, in the square shoulders of this youthful line dress that will make you look so grand and tall. It's so easy to make. You'll have it finished in a j i f f y with the aid oE the illustrated dressmaking chart included in the pattern. It shows exactly how to cut and sew every part. Plain crepe silks, bright plain woolens, linens, cotton prints, etc., are other fabrics that lend themselves charmingly to this model. Style No. 3410 is designed for sizes 14, 16. 18,'20 years, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42-inches bust. Size 30 requires 3% yards of 39-inch material with % yard of 35-inch contrasting. Send 15 cents (15c), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents a copy. You will 'find it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring outfit, and your early summer cottons. .You have only to study yourself and take your choice, for there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the new models. Book costs 10 cenU. Send for it today. Book and pattern together 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kropman, 3 2 5 S e v e n t h street northwest, announce the eng a g e m e n t of their daughter, Edythe, to Samuel E. Wolf, son of Mrs. Celia Wolf, 139 Crescent drive. Miss Kropman who until recently w a s a member of the Globe - Gazette advertising staff, is now employed by the Iowa liquor c o n t r o l commission. Mr. Wolf is president of Wolf Brothers, I n c., Mason City. The wedding will take place I in early summer.' -Photo by Woltz, Des Moines Â· At tlie regular meeting of the Daughters of Union Veterans held in the Y. W. C. A., Friday evening, plans for celebrating the tenth anniversary of the organization were made. Dorothea'L. Dix Tent No. 42 was organized Feb. 25, 1927 in Mason City. Among the charter members wgere daughters of veterans residing Â· in Clear Lake. Later they withdrew and organized the Jessie Home Tent No. 45. The Daughters have made a record locally in : promoting and assisting all patriotic activitles'spon- !iored by the patriotic organizations and in community projects. Mrs. G. R. Winchell, charter member, was elected department patriotic instructor of Iowa for this year at the convention held in Des Moines. Tent No. 42 holds high rank in department activities. A carnival will be held in the P. G. and E. auditorium Feb. 19, to which all friends of the organization are invited. The proceeds will be.an anniversary gift to the Dorothea L. Dix Tent. Mrs. S. A. Bcmis presided at the meeting. Following the regular business a review of the "Life of Abraham Lincoln" and a tribute to his memory was given by Vinnie Christen- scn. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Eva Scott, Kirk apartments, Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, 823 Jefferson avenue northwest, and Mrs. Maude Wepler, 14 Jefferson avenue southwest,'drove to Des Moines Saturday to attend thi midwinter board meeting' of th Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's 'clubs. Miss Sophia Magdsick of Charle: City is spending the week-end with Grace Barnard, 27 Sixtl street northwest. Miss Barnan and Miss Magdsick .traveled in Europe together last summer. C O *4 John Poulos, 1637 Presiden avenue northwest, has left fo Iowa City to resume his sopho more studies in pharmacy at th State University of Iowa. He ha employment at Armour and com p'any. * o s Mrs. D. J. Warren of Fargo, N Dak., arrived Saturday for a visi with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Myrick, 8 Louisiana avenu southeast, and with other .rela lives and friends. Mrs. Warre was Vonna Myrick before he marriage. * 4 * Miss Myrtle Jensen, 51(1 Va Buren avenue southwest, left Fri day for Jewell where she will al tend the funeral of a friend. 0 0 4 Miss Barbara Clough, a studcn at Stephens college, Columbia Mo., is spending the week-en with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R F. Clough, 213 Tenth street north west. Miss Clough came home fo VJrs. Repp Elected LA.P.M. Delegate for Meeting Monday Mrs. O. F. Repp, president-elect : the department association Laes Auxiliary Patriarchs Militant ' Iowa will represent Phoenix, o. 25, L. A. P. M., at the special leeting of the 'department as- ociation in the I, O. O. F. temple t Des Moines on Monday, having een named delegate by Mrs. 'rank . V. 'Brose, president of hoenix auxiliary, at the meeting eld Friday night. Mrs. Repp and Mrs. C. G. Viall, ast president of the department ssociation, will assist in the mus- ering in ceremony in the evening. The occasion is the official visit o Iowa by Anton E. Dahlgren, linneapolis, general commanding E the Patriarchs Militant of the Vorld. Mrs. Dahlgren, who is a ast president of the department ssociation of Minnesota, will also e in attendance. Canton Phoenix, No. 25, of Maon City, has been honored by aving Lieut. Col. Frank V. Brose ppointed department aide by Seneral Commanding Dahlgren. Phoenix auxiliary will meet on darch 12, and Miss Dorathea Diercks was named as chairman of refreshments. U. S. STAMP CLUB CONDUCTS MEETING United States Stamp club met av he home of Wallace and Roger Maillard, 234 Twenty-sixth street southwest, Friday and the time was spent in getting the books ready for the Y. M. C. A. hobby show. Ed Taylor helped the boys with their work. Mrs. F. Maillarc served a lunch at the close of the Tieeting. The next meeting wjl be nt the Leslie Humiston home 2520 South Federal avenue. --o-- ROCKOU-WILLE KLEMME--Miss Norma Wille oldest daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs C. J. Wille, and Harold Rockou oldest son'of Mr. and Mrs. William Rockou, were married W.ednesdaj noon at the Wille home by thi Rev. C. Grosshuesch of the Re formed church. Miss Ruby Wille sister of the bride, and Free Rockou, brother of the bride groom, witnessed the ceremony They will go to housekeeping, o the bridegroom's father's farm, Y. M. F. C. TO HAVE PARTY AT CHURCH Y. M. F. C. of the Church o Christ will meet for its Februar party Monday evening' at 7:3 o'clock at the church. Mr. an Mrs. S. L. Haynes are chairmen o arrangements. Mrs. J. H. Marsto is teacher of the class. --o-Americanism: Dressing un I seem "quality folks," never allow ing anybody to speak without in terruption. -- Cedar Rapids Ga zette. the wedding of Miss Ruth Iron and Ernest A. Hayes. W. R. Cothern, M. D. RECTAL SPECIALIST PEOPLE DREAD AN OPERATION and rightfully so. There is an element of danger in any operation so why take a chance when U can be avoided. You can have your piles cured without an operation, without loss of time, without pain and at Jess cost. Consultation is free. Special Attention to Private Diseases of iWen and Women. Office--\\V- Easl Stale St.--Over Yclland and Hancs. RESTRAINTS A RE NECESSARY FOR GOOD OF C H I L D DR. GARUY C. MYERS, PH. D. Child Psychologist. On the average, I speak twice a veek from September/to June, in 'arious cities of the United States, o groups of parents. Regardless of the subject of my speech, I al- yS' try ; ;to, declare my convic- :Ions about the need'of teaching :he child very early the meaning of the monosyllable "No," and hen of rarely uttering this precious word. For laying the founda- ion of safety, respect for the ights of others and regard for authority. If I do not get this ut- ered in the main speech, the op- portuntiy is pretty sure to come during the discussion which prac- 'ically always follows. Apparently I have no difficulty n carrying my audiences with me n this point of view ,even in an open forum.; Maybe those who now my point of view and oppose t stay home. I don't know. May Be Wrong. And perhaps my point of view is wrong. Certainly it is out of step with that of the rank and file of parent educators. Most who write for parents and teach them in groups or classes about rearing children, differ 'with me. Either they wholly ignore restraints, soft- pedal or warn parents that restraints mean repressions and lead inevitably to crime or neurosis. On the contrary, I express belief tha these, ills come chiefly from the lack of reasonable restraints, anc that many parent educators ot today are contributing unawares to crime and mental illness of tomorrow. Â· Some other parent educators, of course, ridicule my point of view and not a few of them divert theit students from reading or discussing this "dangerous doctrine.' They, of course, are just as sure oÂ£ the correctness of their point o view as I am of mine, and just as conscientious. We merely look through different glasses. They however, have many, many lookers of their ilk; I'm almost alone Perhaps we shall have to awai "the verdict of mankind." In Checking: Crime. Incidentally, J. Edgar Hoover the G-man, has lately given utterance to the point of view I hold and have been uttering for years Lately he has said that he canno hope to get far in checking crim so long as most experts on rearm, children continue with their prop aganda against restraints, or unti parents stiffen up and disciplin their children, especially in th' early years. Apparently Mr. Hoover has ii mind, as I have had, those par ents with good cultural and eco nomic background who are imi tated by the less privileged patents. But these privileged parent have been among the first to ac cept abandonment of restraints o their children, and to believe tha they have the sanction of th science of psychology--they hav. not--as they throw restraints t the winds, fearing they might oth erwise meet wtih social disap proval. JEFFERSON P. T. A. TO MEET FRIDAY Jefferson P. T. A. will meet Fri day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock a the school to hear a talk on founder's day by Mrs. W. H, Ha thorn. An executive board meetin will be held at 1:30 o'clock. Calendar Out-of-Town Guests Here for Wedding Â·Irons-Hayes Bridal Party Entertained at Dinner. Members of the bridal party for the Irons-Hayes wedding were entertained at dinner Friday evening at the home of the bride- elect's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Irons, 124 Fourth street northwest, and rehearsal in St. John's Episcopal church followed. Out of town guests arrived Friday and Saturday for the ceremony in St. John's church Saturday night when Miss Ruth Irons is to become the bride of Ernest A. Hayes of Mount Pleasant. Members of the bridal party from out of town who were present .Friday evening included Mr. and Mrs. John Whitlcy of Minneapolis. Mrs. Lester Ahrens of Osage, Miss Mary Winslow of Cedar Rapids, Miss Jean Wodke of Cedar Rapids, Martha and Carol Hayes of Mount Pleasant, Robert and Harold Hayes of Wilmette, 111., Lester Ahrens, Jr., ot Osage, LaMar Hoaglin, Eugene McCold and Marvin Patterson of Mount Pleasant. Kelly Wodtke of Cedar Rapids, Carter B. Ward of St. Johnshury, Vt., Ralph Miller of Hillsboro, Leslie Johnson of Sheridan, Wyo. The Rev. C. Burnet\ Whitehead of Winona, Minn., former rector of St. John's, .has arrived to officiate at the ceremony with the Rev. Clarence P. Parker, rector of St. John's. A Live Valentine MONDAY 3. P. Kensington-~ 2 o'clock, Mrs. Claude Mqdlin, 710 Monroe avenue northwest. wcntieth Century club-Mrs. J. E. McDonald, 933 Delaware avenue northeast, lesson, Mrs. F. C. Goodman, current events, Mrs. George Willis Hill. Child Study club- Mrs. W. M. Perry, 82G Tenth street northwest, program, Mrs. W. J. Barbour, Mrs. D. E. Randall, election of officers. londay club-Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, 510 Washington avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. H. C. Johnson. Occident club-Mrs. W. P. Butler, 1218 Jefferson avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. Ada Felt, Mrs. F. F, Potter. Y. W, C. A. Board-- : 7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Garfield C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. John Nelson, lesson. Yladison C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock, Moose hall, card party. Joyce Kilmer club-Leone McG^hee tearoom, Evelyns West, Gertrude Deeney, hostesses; Margaret Weaver, Vera Burns, current events; Florence O'Leary, "American Life and Architecture." TUESDAY IVa-Tan-Yc club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Idl-R's club-1:15 o'clock, Home Tea room. Iathice Alusicale-- Miss Dikka Moen, hostess; Mrs. Roger Kirk, Mrs. Tom Barclay, Ruth Swingen Brose, program. W. R. C-2:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Triple D club-- ] 7 o'clock, Jefferson Amber room, Mrs. Harley Ransom, hostess. Police Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. R. Oulman, 215 Seventh street northeast, Mrs. Oulman, Mrs. Ernest Linnenkamp, hostesses. White Shrine-7:30 o'clock. Masonic temple, guest night, cards, Mrs. George O. Farrar, reservations. Clio club--7:45 o'clock, Mrs. S. R. Bowen, 103 Connecticut avenue southeast, Mrs. F. C. Lovell, leader Wilson C. S. C.-8 o'clock, Mrs. R. L. Bailey, 1104 Second street southwest, lesson Mrs. T. E. Davidson,-Mrs. R. O. Storvick, Mrs. R. C. Weaver. Moose lodge-8 o'clock. Moose hall. Junior Hadassah-8 o'clock, Jewish Community Center. Phoenician club-8 o'clock, Miss Eleanor Ironc, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, lesson, Miss Eleanor "Mc- Â·Laughlin. WEDNESDAY Coterie club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. E. W. Schilling, Mrs. John Leibold, hostesses. O. T. T. club-1 o'clock, Cavern, Mrs. I. W. Hillslrom, hostess. P. E. O. Chapter GN-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Arlemas Brown, 225 Ninth street northwest, Mrs. Milton Bergland, Mrs. W. Schmidt, hostesses, Mrs. Bert Brett, lesson. P. E. O. Chapter DZ-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R. W. Barclay, 322 Madison avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. Harold Jennings. Oweso club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs, Leo Allstot, 103 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Calvary Home missionary society 1:30 o'clock, Mrs. George Sharp, 1016 Quincy avenue northwest. Si. Kathcrrnc's Guild-2 o'clock, Mrs. George Landed:, 802 Third street southwest. Literature department-2 o'clock,- library assembly, play review by Mrs. R. E. Romey. Central Lutheran West group-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. D. K. Lundberg, 75 Beaumont drive. R. E. club-G:30 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom. Harding C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school, "Family Safety and the Community," ,Mrs. G. "E. Harrison, leader. Church of Christ Missionary circle 7:30 o'clock, church parlors, meeting in charge of men. L. A. to B. of R. T.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall, card party. Crescent cluh-- 8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. THURSDAY Sub-Peb club-7:30 o'clock, Gevaldine Cathcard, 1343'/a North Federal avenue, lesson, Bonnie Jean Zack. A. U. S. W. V. circle--2 o'clock, Mrs. J. S. Corcoran; 818 Monroe avenue northxvesl. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. B. Banker, Mrs. R. Erickson, Mrs. Art Donaghy, Mrs. Frank Fewins. SI. James division 1-2 o'clock, Mrs. O. Mall, 510 Sixth street southeast. R. N. A. Health club-2 o'clock, Moose hall, Mi's. L. G. Bird, chairman. Immanuel N. E. division-2:30 o'clock, Miss Anna Carlson, Kirk apartments. Wilson P. T. A 2:30 o'clock, school founder's day program. Trinity Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. W. Whipplc, Mrs. J. O. G. Wirtsori, Mrs. Andrew Lysne. Sorosis club-2:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford room 238, Mrs. Sumner White, hostess, Mrs. R. W. Mellem lesson. L. U. G. A. club-Mrs. A. M. Matzen. Women of the Mouse--Â· 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. American Legion Auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms, Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Esther Frail 734 Carolina avenue northeast. Girl Scouts-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. annual meeting. Lucky Lindy club-Mr. and Mrs. Vern Smecllcy. Athenian club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Tim Phalen, 121 Washington avenue northwest. Mrs. W. B. Casey, Mrs. D. W. Daly, current events, Mrs. T. Jacobs, lesson. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY Tuckabatchcc class-' Mrs. Ray Pauley, 83 River heights drive, Mrs. W. Olson, Mrs. G. Denzel, Mrs. E. Hendrickson, Mrs. Ruth Look, hostesses. Presbyterian Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. A. C. Hagerman, stewardship; Mrs. Roy Peyton, Mrs. F. W. Vorheis, hostesses. Baptist Mission circle-Mrs. F. L. Curtis, 734 Carolina avenue northeast, lesson^ Mi's. J. T. Laird's group. St. James Ladies aid-2 o'clock, Division 2, Mrs. Augusta Frenz, Central Heights. Mrs. W. Carrott, hostess; Division 3, Mrs. Frank Bahr, 414 Quincy avenue southwest. Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A.-Postponed to Feb. 26. Queen Rehckah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. halC SATURDAY Immanuel Junior Missionary society-- 2 o'clock, church. Sunbeam Workers--Â· Â° Vi 2 o'clock, church parlors, Shirley and Florence Kamman. D. A. R.-Mrs. James E. Blylhe, 431 First street southeast, Washington tea. Browninff Society-Mrs. C. H. McNIder, 232 Second street southeast, lesson, Miss Mollic MacGowan. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. IUARY MORTON Menu Hint Bread Patty Cases Green Peas--Canned or Fresh Mixed Vegetable Salad Lemon Pie Coffee Lenten dieshes will be uppermost in the minds of many house- ivives from now on. Meatless meals will be tlie order of the day. This menu and the accompanying recipes will suggest ways of serving salmon--a tasty and inexpensive food which also is -healthful--in various ways. For the salad a can of mixed vegetables may be used, such as is put up for various uses, including soup. .The vegetables may be simply served, drained from the liquor, on lettuce or shredded cabbage, or they may be molded in gelatine. Today's Recipes. BREAD PATTY CASES--Cut 3 rounds from sliced bread. Cut holes in the center of two of them and place on the first slice. Brush between each layer of bread and also the outer and inner surfaces with a mixture of egg and milk (1 egg slightly beaten and 1-3 cup milk). Place cases in moderate oven 350 degrees and bake until delicately browned. Scive filled with creamed salmon. SALMON BREAD BASKET-Cut the side and top crusts from an unsliced loaf.of bread, and hollow out the inside, leaving a thick shell. Brush the outside of the loaf with melted butter. Fill the center with creamed salmon. Bake in hot oven 400 degrees until brow/i. White sauce for use in the creamed salmon dish may be prepared as follows: Add 1 cup of soft bread crumbs (from center ol slice or loaf) to 1 cup of milk anc cook over low fire, stirring constantly for five minutes. Remove from fire, add 1 tablespoon butter and salt and pepper to taste. SEA SHELL PASTRY CASES-Roll thin pie pastry and place ovei sea shells or. shell molds. Bake in hot oven 400 degrees until delicately browned. Remove pastry and serve, filled with creamed salmon. TOBOGGANS--From an u n c u t loaf of bread cut thin lengthwise slices 3 inches wide and 6 inches long. Spread lightly the entire surface with a creamy mild cheese. Roll one end over and over until about one-half of the strip remains unrolled. Place in a moderate oven 350 degrees and bake until slightly browned. Serve creamed salmon on the toboggans. Ardis Hegland, shown above, becomes 5 years old Sunday, Valentine day. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hegland, 1625 Quincy avenue northwest, who are planning to invite a number of little friends in Sunday for a Valentine party in honor of the occasion. Â·ROLE OF CARMEN IN OPERA SUNG BY MRS. WESTON Mrs. B. Raymond Weston of Mason City sang the.leading female role in Drake university production of Bizet's opera, "Carmen," Friday night in the university auditorium in Des Moines. Singing opposite Mrs. Weston was Wilbur Chandler of Des Moines, in the role of Don Jose, her lover. William Collins, Des Moines, took the part of Escam- millo, the toreador. Mrs. Weston is a voice pupil of Herbert Gould, dean of Drake college of fine arts. The opera was presented Thursday and Saturday nights also, with Mildred Golden of Clarinda and Marian Johnson of Charles Ctiy, both fine arts students, singing the rol.e of "Carmen." Richard Moore sang "Dop Jose" Thursday ninght, and Mr. Chandler took it again Saturday. Floyd Accola, fine arts freshman from Huxley, sang the toreador role both Thursday and Saturday nights. DELTA-DEK BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED Delta-Dels Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Joe Sberal, 722 Fifteenth street northeast, Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Bridge was played after luncheon with the prizes going to Mrs. Dean Denzel of Mason City and Mrs. Harold Phillips of Clear Lake, second. The next meeting will be March 5 with Mrs. P. C. Blaise as hostess. ETTA HIALLO HONOR GUEST AT PARTY Etta Mallo, 911 Delaware avenue northeast, celebrated her birthday Friday evening at her home where 22 relatives and friends gathered. Monopoly was played at three tables with prizes going to William Haynes, Marjorte Horn and Lock Enston, high, and Royce Farrer, Webster Thompson and Cecil Mallo, low. Primroses were used as decorations and a Lincoln theme was carried out. Refreshments were served. --o-MISSIONARY CIRCLE TO MEET TUESDAY Church of Christ Missionary circle will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the church parlors with the men in charge. The Rev. D. L. Kratz will conduct the sons service and S. L.'Haynes will lead devotions. A chart talk will be given by C. W. Hicks, a vocal solo, Edwin Hclbling, ;md the offering will be taken by Ben Allison. R. C. Morehouse and Robert Ditzler will be in charge of reception and R. E. Prusia and n. Q. Moore will be ushers. On Hie social committee are James Petersen, J. E. Sheka and F. L. Emmert. Freshens Cake Stale loaf cake (not more than three days o l d ) can be made as inviting as it was originally. Cut in squares the size you wish to serve. If icing is hard, slice it off. Sprinkle with ciinnamon and granulated sugar. Place squares on a pie pan and heat in moderate oven until sugar-cinnamon mixture has melted, not more than 15 or 20 minutes. The sides of the squares will then be lightly toasted'and the inside as fresh as when first baked. --o-Resident of Charles City 66 Years Dies CHARLES CITY--Manley Williams, 69, a resident of Charles City for 66 years, died Saturday from heart trouble in a Charles City hospital two hours after he had entered it. He was a bachelor. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at the Grossman funeral home, the Rev. Waldo Emerson in charge, with burial in Nashua. Grant Unit Hears Talk at Meeting Program Is Presented by Second Graders.. for P. T. A. Grant P. T.- A. met in the school auditorium F r i d a y afternoon when a program of patriotic songs, rhythm band selections, original Lincoln poems and stories and a minuet was given by the pupils of the.second grade under the direction of Miss Ida Hose- land. Superintendent R. B. Irons gave a talk on "Why Bright Children Sometimes Fail." He named physical defects which may cause failure including diseased tonsils' and adenoids, poor eyesight or iiearing. The speaker said that because all children differ in personality, they should not be expected to like and do the same type of work effectively. Concluding, Mr. Irons said that vocational schools will do much to solve the problem of failures because' the child would have an opportunity to choose his work and prepare himself for the future. Miss Roseland's grade won the attendance award. Second grade mothers who assisted in serving were Mrs. L. E. Brown, Mrs. A. E. Bowers, Mrs. Steve Vician, Mrs. H. R. Leonard and Mrs. Joe Smedley. Meeting Conducted for Falls P. T. A. P. T. A. of Falls township school No. 7 met Friday evening with Mrs. Paul Loomis as the principal speaker. The program also included songs by the school children, a cowboy song by James Brown and a piano duet by Lois and Marcelene Varvel. Mrs. F. W. Sinnolt talked on the forthcoming P. T. A. roundtable and it was voted to have Mrs. Oscar Heinold and Mrs. Park Thomason attend. A feature of the program was a radio stunt with 'Park Thomason acting as announcer and questioner. Those interviewed were Roy Edgington, Mrs. Paul Matzen, Mrs. Sinnott, Pat Matzen, Elmer Heinold, Mrs. Roy Ward and Mrs. Lum Brown. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT CLARION CLARION -- Marriage licenses issued in Wright county this week went to Walter Stanley Pritchard, Jr.. 27, Garner, and Mary Elizabeth Blake, 23, Belmond; Ralph Stafford, 25, and Margaret Mae Henderson, 24, both of Eagle Grove; Laverne Caspers, 23, and Elsie Orva Thompson, 22, both oE Eagle Grove; and George E. Wall, legal, Burdelte, and Frances E. Middleton, legal, Eagle Grove. CAKD.PARTI' PLANNED BY DEGREE OF HONOR Degree of Honor Protective association will sponsor a card party Monday evening at Moose hall with Mrs. Lester Billman and Miss Doris Mahlstad acting as hostesses. Refreshments will be served. STKATFOUD-HOEL RUDD--Leonard Hoel, Waterloo, former Rudd resident, announces the marriage of his daughter, June, to Dayle Stratford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stratford of Rudd vicinity, which took, place Feb. 5 at the Little Brown Church in the Vale. Mr. and -Mrs. Clayton Hoel, brother and sister-in-law of the bride, were the attendants. The bride is a graduate of Waterloo East high school. They will reside in Waterloo. --o-A N N U A L DINNER WILL BE SUNDAY United Spanish War Veterans and their Auxiliary will conduct their annual dinner Sunday evening at 6 o'clock in the V. F. W hall. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVER* PURCHASE Foundations f^ is i. ?z and Better Girdles, Corsets/ Corselettes and All-in-One Foundations You'll be overjoyed at the slim young figure loveliness you can achieve when properly fitted in one of these skillfully designed garments. 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