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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 6 1934 LAST DAY OF COOKING SCHOOL PROVES POPUL^ASJIRST *^ Â· * ~~* ~ """ Card Party to Pay for Scholarship P a n h e l l e n i c Association Plans Annual Spring Benefit. Many Mason City girls have been able to complete their college educations through the assistance of the scholarship fund which the Pan- hellenic association conducts and this fund will benefit by the bridge party which is being sponsored by the association Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Denlson club. Both contract and auction bridge will be played during the afternoon and tea will be served at the conclusion of the affair. Groups may pivot and remain at one table during the afternoon or progress, according to their wishes. Prizes will be awarded under the direction of Mrs. A. J. Feeney. Tickets are available from members of the asscoiation and the committee in charge of the ticket sale includes Miss Mabel Hepner, Mrs. F J Olson, Mrs. E. O. Babcock, Mrs G. E. Andrews, Mrs. C. M. Franchere, Mrs. C. E. Dakin, Mrs. H. F. Pool, Mrs. C. I Snyder, Mrs. E D Dunlop, Dr. Madelene Donnelly and Mrs. Hanford MacNider. On the tea committee are Mrs. B. A. Webster, Mrs. H. L. Knesel and Mrs. L. S. Sanders. Mrs. R. W. Baumgartner is publicity director and Mrs, Lester is chairman of general arrangements The spring bridge party is a tradition with the association and is one of the methods by which money is raised to carry on the scholarship loan fund. ,;. Iowa Falls Couple Wed in New Orleans IOWA FALLS, April 6.--Announcement has just been made of the marriage in New Orleans of Boyd R. Bryson and Mrs. Harry E Clark, March 31. Mr. Bryson was formerly judge of the district court in the eleventh judicial district. He is a member of the legal firm of Bryson and Bryson of this city. Mrs. Bryson has been active in the affairs of the Red Cross, the Congregational church and the Highland Golf club. They will be at home in this city after May 1. .;. Aerodromes over the railway freight yards are again being discussed in London. IN SHIRTWAIST FASHION FROCK DESIGNED TO BECOME LARGER FIGURE OFFERS PLEASING STYLE FOR SPRING WEAR Glolw-Uaittle PeerteTM 1Â» Â«'Â«Â« rÂ»ttern, suo Mrtb avenue. Ken Tork Ut? Bj DIANA DAY Â· It promises to be a very popular season for shirtwaist type dresses, you must include at least one and several, if you like, in your new wardrobe. Today's pattern looks lovely in plain navy crepe silk as pictured. Carried out in necktie silk, it will give you another smart change. For your summer wardrobe, short sleeves will be in "order." Striped cottons, seersuckers, linen, tub silks, etc., are practical, cool and smart mediums. Style No. 645 is designed for sizes 16, 18 years, 36, 3S, 40, 42, 44 and 46 inches bust. Size 36 requires 3% yards 39-inch material. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting spring fashion book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. 645 D. A. H. EX-REGENTS MEET AT LUNCHEON Northwood, Clear Lake, Charles City and- Mason City members of the D. A. R. Ex-Regents club met fc luncheon Thursday at the home of Mrs. R. B. Girton, 333 Maryland avenue southeast. Hostesses were Mrs. C. H. Dwelle, Northwood; Miss Mollie McGowan and Mrs. L. S. Dorchester, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Girton. Mrs. Lambert Phillips and daughter, Laura, Muscatine, were guests. 25 of Holy Family School Children on March Honor Roll Twenty-five children have a place on the honor roll for March at Holy Family school. They include--Eighth grade, Donna Melius, Dorothy Schmitt. Gertrude Murphy, Laura M. Heidenry, John Evans. Seventh grade--Marietta Evans; sixth grade--Jeanne. Hughes, Jean Heidenry, Lorraine Kappas, Phylis Snyder, Charles Sernett; fifth grade, Patricia Ryan, Mary Studer, Kathryn Wagner, Patricia Whalen. Fourth jrade--Shirley Gerard, Mary Margaret McCarron, Marie O'Brien; third grade--Jeanette Martin, Lorene Schmitt, William Sernett; second grade, Shirley Cook, Thomas Currier, Rita Ann Cavanaugh, Francis W. Slepicka. .*. BEVER-BECKJORDEN GARNER, April 6.--Clerk of Court Elmer Raw issued a marriage license Tuesday to H. F. Beyer, 46, Mason City and Wilma Beckjorfien, 2", Forest City. WomenClose 4-Day Series of Lectures Mrs. Pauline Rohrs Gives Variety of Recipes to End Course. Mrs. Pauline Rohrs instructed her last class Friday afternoon at the Globe-Gazette cooking school and drew as large and interested a crowd as she has had on preceding days of the course. Mason City husbands will profit throughout? the year from the new recipes and suggestions which their wives have received at the cooking school. In addition to learning about new foods to prepare, house wives have learned how to shorten the hours of their work and how to prevent failures in their cooking. Friday's recipes included the preparation of an lowana ham in Virginian style, chocolate fudge cake, white mountain cream, date cookies, sunshine salad, a rail splitter's breakfast of Decker's country style link sausage and corn sticks and malted coffee. The recipes follow: Featuring Decker's Ready-to-Serve Meats lowana Ham--Virginia Style. 1 slice Decker's ham, I',!; inches thick. 1 tablespoon prepared mustard \'Â« cup brown sugar 2Â° tablespoons Iowa State Brand butter 1 cup Hermanson's milk 1 tablespoon Pillsbury's flour 1 teaspoon onion juice Method: Spread the slice of Decker's lowana Ham with the prepared mustard and sprinkle with the brown sugar. Put in a low baking pan--pour in the milk. Bake 45 minutes to one hour, at 350 degrees. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern PILOT WHEEL A nautical turn of mind probably was responsible for this attractive pieced quilt. Its origin is obscure, but the quilt undoubtedly was originated in some seaside cottage or seaport village. White, blue, yellow and green comprise the color scheme of the "Pilot Wheel." This pattern is from Quilt Book No 16 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin, not to Mason City, but to Quilt department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue. New York, N. T. Be sure to ask for book No. 16. j forms. Fry in hot lowana lard 385 degrees until golden brown. Sunshine Salad 2 tablespoons gelatin 3 ,i cup peach juice 1 cup orange juice U cup powdered sugar V- cup nut meats 1 cup chopped peaches 1 cup chopped cherries % cup mayonnaise 1 cup whipped cream--lettuce Method: Soak gelatin in cold peach juice, dissolve over hot water, add orange juice and sugar when cold .1 i : _ _ : _ _ 4-Â« f Viii"ilrÂ»n uric? Tlllf RCA Victor . . . IT'S A 12-TUBE Bl-ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENT wiffi TONALITE CONTROL and "POLICE BAND" TUNING IT gives you att of the tone, all of the time. It offers "Tooalite Coottol" so that you can see what you heat and control it. It has twice the range and power of ordinary sets. And it gives the world's finest, newest features -- including the thrill of "police" broadcasts. Come in and examine this blue-blood of radios' Terms to suit. The new RCA Victor Bi-Acoustic Radio Model 280. Housed in an engaging walnut cabinet of tambour door design. Lilt pric* with RCA Radiotrons-- Melt buter and add the flour. Stir into the liquid in bottom of pan to make the gravy to serve with this. Chocolate Fudge Loaf. 2 cups sifted Pillsbury's cake flour' 2'i teaspoons K. C. baking powder' U teaspoon Morton's salt 1 egg iÂ» cup Iowa State Brand butter 1 cup Crystal Beet sugar' 2 squares chocolate, unsweetened 1 teaspoon Jack Sprat vanilla % cup Hermanson's milk Method: Sift flour, baking powder and salt together. Cream butter add sugar and beat until fluffy. Adc melted chocolate, then the beaten egg and vanilla: Add flour to this alternately with the milk. Beat un til "smooth. Bake in a pan 8x8x2 inches, 325 to 350 degrees for 50 t 55 minutes. Cover with White Moun tain cream. White Mountain Cream I 1 /': cups crystal beet sugar 1 teaspoon white corn syrup 2-3 cup boiling water 2 egg whites 1 teaspoon Jack Sprat vanilla Method: Boil syrup, sugar and water together (24QF). Pour over egg whites, beat until thick enough to spread. Enough for U-o 9-inch layers. Date Doughnuts 1 cup Hermanson's milk 1 teaspoon Morton's salt % cup warm water 1 cake compressed yeast 3 tablespoons shortening 1-3 cup crystal beet sugar 2 eggs 5 to 5V-t cups Pillsbury's flour % cup chopped dates Method: Heat milk and add salt, shortening and sugar. Blend and add the beaten eggs, then add the flour gradually. The dough should be soft, allow to rise, knead lightly and after the second rising, knead in one-half cup of chopped dates. Roll into long strips and roll on cruller and beginning to thicken, add nut meats, chopped fruit, mayonnaise and whipped cream. Pour into a mold. To serve: TJnmold on a platter and surround with crisp lettuce. White fruit salad may be made in the same way substituting white cherry and pineapple juice instead of orange and peach juice use white cherries and pineapple and chopped ,,,,.,, SPLITTERS BREAKFAST Decker's Country Style Link Sausage and Corn Sticks Arranged Before Class Corn Sticks Nominating Committee Gives Slate Transportation, Publicity Groups Give Program for B. P. W. C. Members of the Business and Professional Women's club met Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford for dinner and a program with the transportation and publicity committees in charge. The nominating committe reported its slate of officers for the coming year which includes Mrs. W. R. Hamilton Miss Eva Scott, vice president; Mrs. Francis DeSart and Miss Laura Walpole, recording secretary; Miss Nina Hjelm and Mrs. J. H. Murray, corresponding secretary; Miss Gertrude Wilson and Miss Lola Mason, treasurer; Mrs. Julia Shipley Potts, board member; Miss Mabel Sucher and Miss Mabel Sherwood, trustees; and Miss Martha Eckhardt, bulletin. prepare Slate. Mrs. Dora Liesveld reported for the nominating committee which included Mrs. C. E. Blanchard and Miss Mildred Miller-and Mrs. Liesveld. A meeting of the club to plan for the state convention which will be held here May 10, 11 and 12 will be held Thursday, April 19 at 7 o'clock at the Hanford. Committee meetings have been scheduled by the local women' working on the convention for the coming week. Mrs. Liesveld announced a Sunday afternoon tea and book review sponsored by the research committee to be held some Sunday in April Mrs. Gigax in Charge. Mrs. Otto Gigax, chairman of the transportation committee, introduced members of her committee, Mrs. DeSart and Mrs Henry Billman and with them gave a report of the activities of the committee. They described each trip taken by club members to various B. P. W. meetings and totaled up the mileage which exceeds 17,000 miles. Mrs. Gigax and Mrs. DeSart presented a skit, -Kathleen and Charlie" with Mrs. DeSart as Kathleen and Mrs. Gigax as Charlie. Miss Eleanor McLaughlin gave the publicity and magazine report. Miss Vesta Knierem was taken into the club as a new member. Wife Preservers If you are traveling with a little child, take its daily quart of milk in a vacuum bottle, so that it will keep sweet without ice. Miss Lucille Sears Weds in California THOMPSON, April 6.--Relatives of Miss Lucille Elizabeth Sears of Long Beach, Cal., have received word of her marriage to James Keyes of the same place on Easter Sunday. The bride is a daughter of Frank Sears, formerly of Thompson and Mason City and is a niece of Russell, Glen and Claire Shay, all of Thompson. Mrs. Keyes was bom in Thompson and attended grade school. With her parents she "moved to Mason City, where'they lived for several years before moving to California. Mr. and Mrs. Keyes will maka their home at Long Beach. Miss Genola Hanson Will Wed C. Colgin GARNER, April 6.--Mr. and Mrs. George Hanson announce the engagement of Genola, their only daughter, to Charlie Colgin. The Hansons are now in Taylor, Mo., but ived in Garner the past 25 years and last summer Miss Hanson completed her high school work here. She is a niece of F. M. Hanson, candidate for state auditor. Mr. Colgin is a bridge builder on the Burlington railroad. The young couple will make their home in Denver for some time. $ 153 RCA VICTOR RAD1 .75 TWICE THE TONE Â· TWICE THE RANGE AND POWER OF ORDINARY SETS Other Models as Low as $18.95 Vance Music C STYLE SHOPPE At State and Federal A Big After-Easter Phone 798 ompany EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Avc. Grab Your Old Hat and Come Down to the Style Shoppe early, HAT VALUES TO $1-88 Large assortment of head- sizes and colors--All one big bargain. . , Â» % teaspoon Morton s salt i" tablespoons shortening ',(. teaspoon soda s'tablespoons crystal beet sugar 1 ciip yellow corn mÂ«al 1 cup Hermanson's buttermilk 1 cup Pillsbury's flour 3 level teaspoons K. C. baking powder. Method: Mix in order given, but dissolve soda with sour milk. Add flour last and pour into sizzling hot bread stick pans. Bake 400 degrees 35 minutes. Serve built up like a rail fence with sausage for garnish. Malted Coffee Mix three tablespoonsful of the malted milk with three-fourths of a cup of plain hot milk. Enrich this by the addition of two or three tabtespoonful of cream, if you so desire. Pour in enough hot Chocolate Cream coffe to fill the cup, and sweeten to taste-- two to three lumps should be enough, and your cup of malted Chocolate Cream coffee will be full to overflowing. _ .j. _ Dressing tor Dinner Is Custom Which Has Good Effect on Morale By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH In all quarters of the globe wherever English people are to be found, the custom of dressing for the evening meal is likely to be prevalent. This custom has roused comment and ridicule but to no end. The Englishman continues to dress for dinner, because he insists it is good for morale. A young bride, an American girl this time, living in a small western mining town and doing her own work, adopted the same convention. No matter how tired she was, she always appeared at dinner dressed in something fresh and clean, more often than not a real dinner dress, and as the babies came along and began to grow .up, she trained them all to do the same. When the man of the house came home, worn and fagged with the day's work, he always found his family in what looked like party clothes, and generally in the mood that parties produce. Dinner might consist of stew and rice pudding, but it was invariably a gala meal and a fitting prelude to a restful eevning. It requires effort for a young mother not to let herself grow careless about her person. It requies still more of an effort to insist on children's dressing for dinner, especially in summer, when they want to stay out until the last moment. But in the end it is worth while, even if the dressing only consists of putting on tomorrow's clean school frocks, or even an outmoded "best dress" which is too old-fash- I ioncd for use outside the house, but still prct.ty for wear at home. Formalities of this kind do help to keep up one's morale. They may be only externals, but they are symbols of gaiety and courage, and have a definite effect on those who practice them , _ . BUNDT-KERR NEW HAMPTON, April 6.-- A marriage license was issued Wednesday to Myron W. Bundt of Bre- \ da and Norma A. Kcrr of Glidden. ' "Hill-Billy' Scene Will Be in Play "World's All Right" Set lor Performance on April 17. The musical comedy, "The World's All Right" which is being presented in the high school auditorium April 17, will feature as its comedy number, the old-time mountaineers in a "Hill-Billy" scene. Thomas Gregory as Si Perkins and Don Helbling aa Hiram Zilch will play the leads in this number. An old time square dance will be done by R. A. Washburn and F. C. Heneman as the hill-billy maids. Maud and Susan, and Earl Dean and Roy Gitt, Jess and Grandpap. The high spot of comedy in this scene is the pantomime of an old time melodrama, "Frankie and Johnnie!" Dr. Draper Long will appear as Johnnie, the city slicker, Francis De Sart as Frankie, his sweetheart, Harlan Girton as Smokey Joe, and Paul McAuley as Nellie Ely, the vamp. Allan Patton, Ralph Stevens, Ralph Cox, Larry Reardon and Edwin Helbling sing in the chorus. McCLTJRE-MOLDENHAtJER NEW HAMPTON, April 6.-Miss Nina Moldenhaucr of Fredericksburg and Roy McClure of Osceola were married at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage, Fred- cricksburg, by the Rev. H. R. Schmidt, pastor. The couple will Jive at Osceola, where the bridegroom is employed by the state highway commission as a mechanic. KALKBRENNEK-HILDEBRAND NEW HAMPTON, April 6.--Mrs. Sophia Hildebrand of Lane, S. Dak., and Elmer Kalkbrenner of Fredericksburg were married at Wessington Springs, S. Dak., with the Rev. A Zenk, pastor of the Zion Lutheran church, officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Brandenburg of Wessmgton Springs. The bridegroom is a farmer near Frcdericksburg, Iowa. They will live on the bridegroom's farm. MBS. HOWARD PANTIER HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. Howard Pantier was honored at a mescellaneous shower given by Mrs. J. W. League, 9% Delaware avenue southeast, Thursday evening. A number of gifts were presented to Mrs. Pantier who wil leave Saturday to join her husband at Cedar Falls. --Â»;*-- TCSALATANS MEET FOR BOOK REVIEW Curtis Yelland reviewed "The Economy of Abundance" by Stuart Chase at a meeting of the Tusalata club Thursday evening at the Y, W. C. A. Mr. Yelland spoke briefly of Mr Chase and outlined the ideas presented by the book. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Yelland, Hertha Jermain and Esther Frail. .--Â·-- ECKERT-BREDLY GLENVILLE, Minn., April 6.-The marriage of Miss Palma Brid- ly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Botolf Bridly, and Rolland Eckert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eckert, has just been announced. The couple were married Thursday, March 29, at Forest City, Iowa, by the Lutheran minister. Lucky Woman Finds Relief from Neuritis Ditcorert Doctor'* Prescription That Stop* Pain at Once Neuritis sufferers are po*ttivÂ«lf thrilled with joy *t the ditcwwy of Nonto. 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