The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 5, 1934 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
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APRIL 5 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN April Baby Clinic to Be atY.W.C.A. Woman's Club Department Will Sponsor Monthly Project. The monthly free baby clinic sponsored by the child conservation department of the Woman's club will be conducted Friday afternoon from 1 to 3 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Helpers will Include Mrs. Lester Dibble, Mrs. F. C. Eslick, Mrs. B. O. Babcock, Mrs. R. E. Brlsbine, Mrs. Roy Cerney, Mrs. J. W. Lorenz, Mrs. F. S. Hanson, Mrs. George Senior and Mrs. R. W. Willis. Dr. M'adelene Donnelly will be the physician in charge. Children may be brought to the clinic to be weighed and measured and gold stars will be awarded for standard weight and measurement. Ech child is entitled to one complete physical examination a year. . The purpose of the clinic is to keep healthy babies, well rather than to treat ailing children. In case a defect is discovered, the child is referred to his family physician. Wife Preservers To make an easy and different cake frosting, place a milk chocolate candy bar on top of each layer. After three minutes they will have melted sufficiently to spread evenly over the cake. FREMMER-BRADER. GOLDFIELD, April 5.--Miss Louise Brader, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brader of this city, was married to Ralph Primmer of Des Moines at the University Church of Christ at Des Moines by Prof. Earl Lockhart of Drake university. The bridegroom is the manager of the Des Moines branch of the Wheeling Steel corporation. They will make their home in Des Moines. She's Bog ^License Lady to Mason City Children Maude C u n n i n g h a m of Globe-Gazette Helps Mr. Unknown Friend. Miss Maude Cunningham to you--. but the dog-license-lady to hundreds o£ Mason City children. For the past few years Miss Cunningham of the Globe-Gazette has been receiving the pleas of Mason City children for dog licenses and handing out the licenses which are paid for by the "Unknown Friend" of Mason City's children and dogs. The "Unknown Friend" provides the licenses when the parents are unable to pay for them. Before the last day for licenses, the Globe-Gazette business office looks like a kennel show on blue- ribbon day. Youngsters bring in their dogs, not because they are required to do so, but just to show them to Miss Cunningham. In spite of the deep snow last week-end, a number of boys and girls brought their protesting pets who did not*care for wading through drifts, ' down to display them. Scared to Death. "The children this year have been younger than those in past years, --PHOTO BT WRIGHT MAUDE CUNNINGHAM SWAGGER SUITS SPECIALLY LOW PRICED! Suits in a splendid variety! Featuring smart full - length c o a t s ! Stunning semi-fitted styles! Beautifully tailored from marvelous Tweeds or Mate- lasse in n e w e s t weaves! Unusual sleeve treatments . . . jaunty ties or silk scarfs! Navy and newest Spring colors! FRIDAY and SATURDAY! SMART DRESSES Newest Swagger Effects! Featuring smart fingertip or full-length jackets! Charming navy sheers . . . marvelous crepes in gorgeous high shades! Glorious one-piece models! Fascinating Spring prints! New taffeta combinations! Exquisite lingerie trims! Flattering copies of high- priced creations! NEW SPRING COATS Very Remarkable Values Better-type coats at a price that will appeal to smart shoppers! Cuffs, collars or throws trimmed with gorgeous spring furs! Unusual stitched collars! Individual sleeve treatments! Charming ripple collars! Navy is the smart color! .nd there have been more of them," according to Miss Cunningham. They look scared to death when hey ask for the licenses, but as oon as I tell them that I think it :an be arranged their faces light up and they forget all about being Beared. I get them to tell me about heir dogs--how old they, are--what ind and if they can do tricks. "Sometimes I get a chance to give i little good advice. One teacher isked me in a note to say something o one of the boys about not coming o school. I asked him if he got to school every day and he said nol quite so I told him that he should jo every day and learn everything could because he would need it vhen he grew up. I said that if he thought he could do this, I might be able to get a license for him. " 'Gosh,' he said, Til try.' "Of course, he got his license. Problems Arise. "One little boy came in and asked 'or a license and after I had taken his name and a description of the dog I tbid him to come back Monday to get the tag," Miss Cunningham said. "He told me that he didn't :hink he could come back Monday )ecause he was moving to Des Moines that afternoon. I explained that the license wouldn't be any good if he moved to Des Moines and ;hat he'd have to get a new one :here. He wasn't sure whether his 'amily would move or not, so I told rim to come back in the afternoon f they didn't move. Sure enough, he came back and said his daddy had decided that they wouldn't move." Miss Cunningham gave out 145 dog licenses for the "Unknown rriend" this year. She should be able to call a majority of the dogs by name since she has met many of them--in fact shaken hands with a few talented pups. Trooper, Trouble, Spitty, Riser, Muffins, Tute, Tarzan, Spiff, Snoodles, Bozo, Custer, Mouser, Moko, Pop Eye, Koolie, Tootie, Lulu, Nig and Mitzie--just names :o you, even to Mr. Unknown Friend, but real dogs to Miss Cunningham and to the youngsters who own them. 3 South Federal Ave. Hamilton Students Will Attend Annual Dinner at St. Johns Hamilton College of Commerce will have its annual banquet in connection with the semi-annual graduation of the college Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock at St. John's parish hall. A program has been planned and will be followed by dancing with music by Shaffer's orchestra. Reservations are being taken at the college. The affair is for graduates and former students as well as those enrolled at the college at present. LOYAL 10 CLUB MEETS FOR BRIDGE Mrs. Ared White entertained the Loyal 10 club at her home, -0 Eighth street northeast, Wednesday. Bridge was played at three tables with prizes going to Mrs. Donald Watts and Mrs. B. Kisner. Mrs. Kisner and Miss Anna Marie Nelson were guests. BRIDGE-IT BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED Mr. and Mrs. Miles Norris, 632 Sixth street southeast, entertained the Bridge-It Bridge club Wednesday at their home. High score prizes went to Mrs. Charles O'Brien and Carl Iverson and low to Gerard Homrig. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MKS. ALEXANDER GEORGE An April Sunday Breakfast Orange Juice Egg Omelet Buttered Toast Coffee Dinner Fruit Cocktail Rib Roast of Pork Browned Sweet Potatoes Escalloped Tomatoes Bread Apple Jelly Apricot Bavarian Cream Celery Coffee Supper Pop Corn Fudge Apples Rib Roast of 1'ork 6 pound rib roast 1 teaspoon salt U teaspoon paprika 4 tablespoons flour 1 cup water Fit roast into baking pan. Sprinkle with salt and paprika. Roast 15 minutes in hot oven in uncovered pan. Lower heat, sprinkle with flour, add water and cover. Roast 3 hours, baste frequently and add more water if roast seems dry. During last 50 minutes of roast- ing, peeled raw sweet potatoes may be added to roast. Escalluped Tomatoes. 3 cups tomatoes 2-3 cup cracker crumbs U cup butter 1 teaspoon salt Vi. teaspoon pepper U teaspoon celery salt 1 tablespoon chopped onion *J teaspoon sugar Mix ingredients and pour into buttered baking dish. Bake 25 minutes in moderate oven. Serve in dish in which baked. Apricot Bavarian Cream, Serving (i 2 tablespoons granulated gelatin 4 tablespoons cold water 1 cup milk 2-3 cup sugar l',i cups mashed apricots 1 cup apricot juice 1 tablespoon lemon juice ij teaspoon salt 2 egg whites, beaten \? cup whipped cream Soak gelatin 5 minutes in water. Add to milk which has been heated in double boiler. Stir until dissolved. Add sugar and cool. Let thicken a little, fold in remaining ingredients and pour into glass mold. Chill, un- mold and serve with cream. SNAPPY WORKERS TO MEET SATURDAY The Snappy Workers, Portland 1-H club, will meet Saturday afternoon with Rose Eleanor Terpenny. SIR. AND MRS. PALMKR HONORED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer, Iti Madison avenue northwest, were honored at a covered dish dinner given by a group of 1C neighbors and friends at their home on the occasion of their forty-second wedding anniversary. The time was spent in playing cards and ilominos and a gift was presented to the Palmers. *·, Will Selwt Most Beautiful. MOUNT VERNON, April 5. (.-Pi --McClelland Barclay, nationally known artist and illustrator, will select Cornell college's most beautiful co-ed, it was announced here. Born tit Sciirvllle. SCARVILLE--A daughter was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Severson, south of town and a ?on was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson who resides south of Vinje. Thrift: Burning GO cents worth ol gas to save 7 cents on an article you wouldn't buy if it wasn't so cheap.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. Good News Cor Kidney Sufferers! litre ia relief that c°« right into llio SrriUttd kidney and bladder orsnns so quickly, you ran ·dually SEE results rrithin a frw hours. Flusho out poisons, neutralize* burtunc ncidj, bring" prompt Roothingcornfort. No more a chine back, weak blndder. sor« painful joints from Uct of kidn*j- activity. Ank dmseist for Folcy Pills-take no other. Money back cuitrantet. O19SJ CARLOAD Social Calendar THURSDAY Cosmopolitan club-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Immanuel Martha society-8 o'clock, Ellen and Olive Larson, 109 Tenth street southwest. Fidelity Life association-8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Tiisalata, club-6:15 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. FRIDAY Baptist Drama club- Postponed one week. Trinity Garfield circle-Postponed to April 20. Babv Clinic-l~to 3 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Church of Christ W. M. S-2:30 o'clock, church, lesson, Mrs. N. R. Garrison, Mrs. Wallace Allen, Mrs. Virgil Hicks, devotions, Mrs. William Finley, music, Mrs. S. L. Haynes, hostess, Mrs. Lloyd Atkinson, group 7. Congregational Women-Church, group 6. j Baptist Ladies aid-- i 2:30 o'clock, church. ' Calvary Lutheran Guild-2 o'clock, church. Century club-6:30 o'clock, church, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sid- pie, Mr. and Mrs. L. Baken, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mendon, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Grippen Bethlehem Walther league-Church, Robert Heumbuch, Freda Heumbach, Charles Udolhofen. Kill Kare Klub-7:30 o'clock, Park Thomason, Rock Falls school annual oyster supper. B. N. A. Drill team-- j 7:45 o'clock, P. G. and E., card party, Mrs. Ed Deeny and com- j mittee. j Queen Rcbekah lodge-8 o'clock, I. 0. O. F. hall, social hour, refreshments. I'leasant Kidge club-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pedelty. Our Saviour's Luther league-8 o'clock, church. FresbyterUiM Women-East circle, 2 o'clock. Mrs. J. C. Hanes, D32 North Federal avenue; South circle, 1 o'clock, Mrs. W. C. Johnson, 536 Fourth street southeast; West circle, postponed; Central circle, 1 o'clock, Mrs. Roger Glanville. 1113 North Federal avenue; Forest Park circle. 2 o'clock, Mrs. Robert Jones, 214 West State street. LIVING ROOM SUITES LATEST STYLES NEWEST COVERS GUARANTEED QUALITY EASY TERMS Buy Now--Save From $20 to $50 on a New Living Room Suite Trade in Your Old Living Room Suite on a New One JUST RECEIVED 150 NEW LAMPS Bridge or Floor Lamps $6.95 and $7.95 QUALITY For Friday and Saturday Each 19-21 FIRST STREET S. E

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