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March 5, 1931

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

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i1^ 10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 5 1931 CIVIC MUSIC ASSOCIATION TO HAVE LAST CONCERT MONDAY Next Season : Memberships to Be Taken -Special Privileges Will Be Granted for Renewing. The last number of the Civic .Mu '. «lc association artists course for '.. 1930-31 comes Monday night at the .. high school at 8:15 with the appear. ance of Barre Hill, noted yoiirig har ';'' itoue. With this concert come some unusual privileges, it was announced today by Dr. C. M. Franchere, president of the Mason City .association In the first ; place, anyone who has not had a season ticket thib '· year and wishes to purchase one for · .next year may have the Monday : , night concert free by coming anc \- paying for his next year's ticket. · The membership will continue at · $5 for adults, but the junior memberships have been reduced from 53 to 52.50 and a special effort will be made to increase the number of ; junior memberships. ; A second privilege-announced by Dr. Franchere, is that with every adult membership for next year, if paid next Monday evening, there will go a complimentary ticket for any one of the next year's concert: selected by the holder of the sea son ticket. Thus, it was pointed out , by 'Dr. Franchere, if Mr. and Mrs John. Smith have tickets and will bring a. check for $10 to the concert Monday night, it will entitle them to : two guest tickets for one of the concerts during 1931-32. The object of the association in .doing this,.it was stated, ia not merely to get the money in, but to · have the renewals out of the way an that the workers in the annual campaign, which will be staged some time later in the month, will be able to devote their time to the enrolling of new members, thus enlarging the funds of the association and ' the possibilities for concerts during the next'season. The above privilege will apply also- to the new adult : member who comes and enrolls Monday night, so that he is really gat- Blackheads Go Quick ?y This Simple Method ^ There is a simple method that makes blackheads go as if by ·magic. Get two ounces of Calonite powder from your drug store, sprinkle a little on a hot, wet cloth, rub briskly over the affected parts, and in two minutes, you will find every blackhead dissolved away en- ·,tirely.; · · . . · ' · , " ' · ,, · . . ting a guarantee of 4 concerts, plu a guest ticket for one concert. These guest tickets may be use for anyone, whether a resident o non resident of Mason City. When aver the campaign itself is put on the usual rules will apply--that i that residents of Mason City canno purchase memberships after th close of the campaign. This metho Is a proven success as it allows th committee to go ahead ana buy it talent within the limits of th amount subscribed and with the as suranee that there will be no de ficit for anyone to pay. --*-Columnist Tells Girl Not to Wed ManWhdlsOld By VIRGINIA USE ; "DEAR VIRGINIA LEE:. Wha would you think .of my accepting a proposal from a widower will five children, all grown, and on grandchild? V ' "He takes me out occasionally but most of the tickets to show are given him. Sometimes I thini he is really looking for. a house keeper, as he 'has two children a home and one at college. "He drinks, but not to excess, ani. is around 60. I-live in the city and he in the country. ' . : "BLUE-EYED NANCY.' If you are as young as the name you signed to your letter, I think you should have'Tietter sense than even to consider a proposal from a man so much older, if he doesn' show any by asking you to marr} him. In the first place, if a man around 60 contemplates marrying woman half his. age he must be in his dotage, no matter how young h may. seem--and I certainly don' think a mari ; or woman of 60 is old mind .you. You would not be suitec as companions, and would, besides probably cause a lot of [dissension ii his family, as his sons and daugh ters would not welcome a youn; stepmother. The proper attitude o a man that age to a young girl is · fatherly one. . · If you .want a job as housekeeper you can probably get one that pays well and to which there are DO strings attached. Personally, I would advise you to answer his pro- )osal with "No thank you. But can't ' introduce you to one of mother's riends who needs a home and com- anion and who would make'an ex celleut housekeeper?" · * . · . * · ' .»'··· ' ' : . MISERABLE: Speak slowly and as distinctly as possible, Miserable GOOD THING. THIS IS WASHDAY, MARY. I PUT ON MY LAST CLEAN SHIRT THIS MORNING THAT REMINDS ME--I'M * TRYING A NEW LAUNDRY SOAP TO DAY. THEY SAY !T SAVES SCRUBBING THAT NOON HELLO. MARYI IRONING ALREADY? ARENT YOU TIRED? NOT AT ALL! THAT NEW HARD-WATER SOAP--RINSO ' --SAVES ALL HARD WORK. AND GETS THE CLOTHES MUCH WHITER, TOO for dishes, too-" * m l to Jone".Tu tUH.IM Thura. ioUted (t SOB SISTER" NOVELIST Mildred Gilmah By LILIAN CAMPBELL Following years of 'newspaper work, during which she was called upon to do Virtcally everything in the range of modern journalism, Miss Mildred Oilman of : New York, is a successful writer of novels. Her latest is "Sob Sister." It is founded on the exciting often criminal life of modern New York, and the rise,of the tabloid newspaper, which has brot a new type of writer Into the field. Miss Oilman was bora in Chicago, was graduated from the University of Wisconsin, and has lived at various times in Grand Rapids, St. Louis, Espanola, New Mexico, Springfield, Mass., and New York, where she: starred on the Evening Journal. She has had three other novels published, and has been a frequent contributor to magazines. She now lives at Troutbeck, N. Y., with her husband, Ilobert Wohlforth, writer and editor, and her small son. with your mind on what you are saying, not on how it will sound. That may help you to cure the habit of lisping. If you don't overcome it entirely, bear in mind that macy people will consider the lisp "just too cute for anything," and doi't worry about it. As to the other trouble, I havrj read that saturating the scalp with vinegar and leaving it on overnight, then 'washing · it': thoroly : in'""· 'the morning, will help. Try it. The olive oil should not be left on more than 10 or 12 hours. Wash your hair aft er that time. : Keep your hair very clear by shampooing frequently, and.brush it well every night, taking care that your brush is kept clean, and you can get rid of the condition you speak of. . , * · * * WORRIED: You can't possibly get married, my dear, as the law won'i allow it. If your love is real It will last until you are old enough to wed. * * * DOUBTFUL: You are very young to date with boys. Why not be glad you have a good mother to look out for you, and wait until you are B little older for the boyfriends? You can be friendly with the boys at school,'. you know, and it won't be .ong now before your mother will bo willing for you to have dates. * ». * . MRS. B. A. J.; Do you want me to advise you to leave your husband? It seems like it, as you say you are "very capable of making your own living:" If you feel lika hat, why not try it? I don't like to advise you to break up your home, and I think .the little boy needs his dad, but sometimes the only way a aerson appreciates a good home is :o lose it. This might go for both you and your husband. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Royal Cream For Dessert Breakfast Stewed Prunes, Chilied Bacon and 'Eggs Graham Muffins Coffee Luncheon Lima Beans, Savory Bread , Apple Sauce Ginger Cookies Tea Dinner Baked Ham Escalloped Potatoes '. Buttered Beets Bread Currant Jelly Mead Lettuce and Russian Dressing Royal Cream Coffee Lima Beans, Savory 2 cups cooked'lima beans, 3 tablespoons butter, 3 tablespoons chopped onions, 4 tablespoons chapped celery, 1 cup tomatoes, 1 teaspoon salt, VI teaspoon paprika. Heat butter In "frying pan. Add and brown onions, celery and beans. Add rest of ingredients. Cover and cook slowly 15 minutes. Stir frequently. If preferred mixture can poured into buttered casserole and baked 20 minutes in moderate oven. ' Ginger Cookies (Always popular) ',4. cup fat, 1 cup dark brown ugar, 2 eggs, % cup molasses, 3 ablespoons sour cream, 2 teaspoons innamon, 1 teaspoon cloves, 1 tea- spoon ginger, 3 cups flour, 1 teaspoon soda. Cream fat and sugar. Add eggs and molasses. Beat, two minutes. Add rest of ingredients and chill dough. Break off bits of dough and flaten down, three inches apart on greased baking sheets. Top with some raisins. Bake 12 minutes in moderate oven. :Royal Cream . .' % -'cup: granulated :taplbca," 1 cup. water, 1' cup orange juice, % cup sugar, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 2 e SE yolks, Vt, teaspoon salt, 2 egg whites, beaten. Mix tapioca, water, orange juice and sugar. Cook 25 minutes in double boiler. Stir, frequently. Add lemon juice, egg yolks and salt. Cook three minutes. Stir constantly. Fold in egg whites. Pour into glass dish. Cool arid chill. Tuna Cutlets Make very thick white sauce, season well and add tuna. Drop table- spoonsful into crumbs, then dip in egg and again in crumbs. Shape as cutlets. Fry in deep, hot fat. i A.T TRADEHOMEi Pick a Winner! no matter which you pick VALUES--We defy al! competition at these prices. STYLES--Showing only up to the minute creations that are in demand today. TRADEHOME SHOE STORE 18 So. Federal Mason City Nominating Committee Is C h o s e n Business, Professional Women to Have Class in English. At ,'the Business and Professional Women's club meeting Thursday noon at the Y. W. C. A. Miss RuD.v Potter, president, announced the nominating committee to includv Mrs. Katherine Leonard, Mis. Dora Uesveld and Miss Lola Mason. The slate of officers will be presenter! at the April meeting. Miss Mabl? Sucher announced plans for a class in business En% lish for the club members with Mrs Leonard as director. Tentative arrangements call for OQO class a week in April and May. It was voted to co-operate with the Young Women's council in arranging the national business girls dinner March 24 at the Y. W. C. A. Miss Dorothy Latta, chairman of public relations, announced that Miss Emily Kneubuh! will talk' on "The New Order of Public Relations" ut the dinner Wednesday evening at the Hotel Hauford. Miss Potter gave the dates of the state convention at Waterloo as May 15. 16 and 17. ' Dr. Madelene Donnelly, health chairman, presented Cla,ra Sheka in a skit, "The Business Women's Awakening." MISS ROSE KROPMAN HOSTESS TO LAFALOTS .Miss Rose Kropman, 325 Seventh street northwest, entertained members of the Lafalot club at her home Wednesday.. Bridge was played at thre tables and Miss Dorothy Ransom won high score prize. St. Patrick's day decorations were used. POSTERS OF ENDIA TO BE EXHIBITED At the meeting of St. John's auxiliary Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the parish hall some posters on India will be shown. The poster which are unusually attractive were got by Mrs. B. C. Way In Minneapolis. S N ewest Hats You'll adore the cunning, refreshing styles featured in our spring millinery at this attractive price. Millinery that sparkles with a new fashion. Straws . . .'. Ribbon!) .... Luces . . . ; Silks .... every fabric that's new, that'H chlo and charming, IN ALL HEAD SIZES IN ALL COLORS SPECIAL-While They Last 75 Early Spring Hats Formerly Priced to 58.90 $1.00 All Head Sizes--AH Colors Early Selection Advisable New York Fashion Shop BROWNING SOCIETY TO MEET SATURDAY Members of the Browning' society will meet Saturday at the home of Mrs. L. L. Minor, 610 Sixth street southeast, with Miss Mollie McGowan, assisting hostess. The lesson on "Johannes Agricola" by Browning and "Renaissance" by Edna St. Vincent Millay will be /led by Mrs. A l i o n Ror-lr ' Allen Beck. 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