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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23 · 1937 PLANS BEING MADE FOR BUSINESS GIRLS OBSERVANCE Nationwide Celebration on Schedule The Rev. G. E. Flynn to Be Speaker March 2 at · Y. W. C. A ' . ' The^annual nationwide observance for business girls will be held at the Y. W. C. A. Tuesday, March 2, at 6:30 o'clock. Throughout the nation and not only in our own nation, but in every country where there is a Y. W. C. A., business girls will be meeting together and carrying out similar programs. Greetings and messages are exchanged with business girls' groups throughout the world, and at this time all groups will be thinking together on the same theme "Actions for Peace." Mason City girls are planning a supper meeting, and a program has been arranged with the Rev. C. E. Fiynn as the speaker and also snme entertainment features. The meeting is not restricted to the "Y. W. C. A. groups but is open to all business women and girls. Reservations should be made at the Y. W, G. A. not.later than Monday neon, March i: Program and general arrangements "committee includes Miss Myrtle rCardey, chairman; Miss Eva Scott, Miss Esther Pagen- hart, Miss Cleone Kollman, Miss Dorothy Arnett, Miss Nellie Thompson. Miss Orra Hansen, Miss Norma Hetland, Miss Phyllis Olson and Miss Bernice Reynolds. On the decorating committee are Miss Orra Hansen, Miss Reynolds and Miss Norma Hetland and on the dinner committee, Miss Iva Lund, Miss Kollman and Miss Arnett. North Iowa Forum Speaker Mrs. J. Curtis Amei will be the speaker oh North Iowa' Forum program Wednesday evening at 8:05 o'clock 'over KGLO. Mi's. Amen will be the first woman speaker in the series. Social Calendar Child Study Circle Has Forum on Safety A forum led by Mrs. Vinnie Christcnsen and Mrs. If. Holt on "Family Safety and the Community" was held at the home of Mrs. A.-M. Ady, 817 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Monday evening. Members of the Central Child Study circle took part in the discussion. This is the fifth lesson' based on the parent education course ; of 'the National Parent Teachers i magazine, "The Family and the Community ."-Mrs. G. H. Keister, president of the circle, was in charge j_-.of % the --meeting.--.-Patriotic ' songs ;. were sung and "bank night,".-a social feature of each meeting, wbs held. Now members and visitors were present. . Refreshments were served by Mrs.. H. J. Blewett. Mrs. W. E. Faktor:and Mrs. Ady. --o-- · Prize Winners Named. CLARION--Mr. and .Mrs. James Mariga entertained members of their evening bridge club Feb. 21 at their home. A pot luck dinner ·was served after which three tables of bridge were played. Mrs. Harold Turk won ladies' high score, Leslie Turk, men's high score, and Mrs. John Martinson, low score. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Turk will be hosts to the club in two weeks. --o-Will Meet Thursday. JOICE--Bethania ladies' aid will be entertained Thursday by Mrs. T. H. Bakken, Mrs. E. G. Arneson, Mrs. .Martin Heinsmoen. The program leader is Mrs. Clarence Slattum. TUESDAY Igo club-6:30 o'clock, Leone McGhee's tearoom, Christine Larson, hostess. Baptist Y. W. A.-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Jessie Morphew, 303 First street southwest, pot luck dinner. Masonic Social club-- 6:3f) o'clock, Hotel Hanford, Mr and Mrs. F. C.. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wiegman, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bost, hosts- Lcs .Tcune Filles club-- · 7:30 o'clock, Marjie Awe, 1326 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, entertainment by Phyllis Pingenot. ' Roosevelt-Jackson C. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, Roosevelt school, Mrs. J. Vesterby, .leader. Clio club-- :! 7:45 o'clock, Mrs. B. A. Webster, Hotel Hanford, lesson, Mrs. Harry Page. G. : F. S. Adults-^8 o'clock, St. John's parish hall. MR: AlVD'iURS. MOTT ENTERTAIN AT HOfllE Mr. and Mrs. Clint Mott' entertained at their homei 617 Washington avenue southwest, Monday evening. Cards were the diversion of the evening with high score prizes going to Dr. Madelene Donnelly and Max Thompson. The national colors were carried out in the refreshments and decorations in recognition of Washington's birthday. LINCOLN P. T. A. TO MEET THURSDAY Lincoln P. T. A. will meet Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the school'for a program which will Include assembly singing led by Mrs. Floyd Fraser, a tribute to the founders read''by Mrs. H. J. Bruns and musical numbers by pupils of Miss Geraldine Stenby. C. E. Gilman will speak on "Stepping Out as a Family." WEDNESDAY Our Saviour's Ecbeeca circle -2 o'clock, Mrs. John Bailey, 544 Twentieth street southeast. Queen Rebekahs -2 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, school of instruction and tea. Roosevelt-Jackson board -Mrs. H. L. Boothroyd, 38 Twentieth street southeast. B. and O. circle -2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. Hammond, 80s North Federal avenue, Mrs. G. J. Phillips, assisting. Central Lutheran Guild -2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. G. S. Branscombe, Mrs. A. E. Burmeister, Mrs. Ed Benecke, hostesses. Social Hour club- Mrs. A. J. Rhutasol, hostess. fu-Spot club -6:30 o'clock, Bovaird tea room, Mrs. Harold Ikenberry, hostess Woodman Circle Beryl Grove No. 13o -7:30 , o'clock, Y. W. C. A Jefferson, C. S. C. -7:30 o'plock; Mrs. George C. Senn, / 101 Kentucky avenue southeast, Mrs. R. R. Flickinger Mrs. G. E. Schmock, assisting Mrs. Arthur Krager lesson on Family Safety." O. F. lodge -8 o'clock, Moose hall. Helpalot club-- ^,1'°^' Mrs " Luci ' Creekmur, .Mil Delaware avenue southeast. . - Women of Moose Homcmaking department 2 o'clock, Moose hall, Mrs. J. R Holman, leader, to quilt for Mopseheart, refreshments. L. U. G. A. club- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Hanson, midwinter dinner. Crescent club-- She's gone for her first love -- Ic's a case of love at first hire wiih Wheal-Oata! A joyous blend of WhenVand Oats wedded .together imo a happy combination, Wheat-Data 1 beings you a brand- new, grand new breakfast thrill! Whcai-Oata sticks to your ribs; Helps keep energy up the morning through. Thrifty too! Costs less than. J /2(! a serving. At your grocer's. Try it today! GIANT SIZE (60 SERVINGS) 25c RALSTON WHEAT-OATA! WHEAT-OATA Cooks. w3rnUtiue OATS AND WHEAT - IT'S GOOD TO EAT G:30 o'clock. Hotel Hanford Fortnightly club -- l:4a o'clock, Mrs. Martin Peterson, 1312 Adams avenue north west. nOLLAND KEELING HONORED AT PARTY Holland Keeling was honored at a birthday supper given at his home, 535 Fourteenth street southeast. Monday. Guests were eight neighbor children and a number of gifts were presented to the hon oree. He received a medal from nis teacher, Sister Mary DeLour des, for mission work. EVENING PASTIME CLUB POSTPONED The meeting of the Evening Pas time club scheduled for Wcdnes Y f 3t ^ R G - E " llas *e«i postponed to March 3 when it will b e a t t h e Fred Heddens home. RAY KREUL'S Music and Entertainment S E R V I C E -et the arrangements for your dance a n d entertainment aarfy worries be forgotten . . , will'furnish music and entertainment to suit occasions. FOR FULL INFORMATION, CALL 515 Mrs. Duncan Named New President for Circle at Meeting At the meeting of the Women 1 Relief corps social circle Monda in the V. F. W. hall officers wer elected during a short busines session. Mrs. Emma Duncan was namei president, Mrs. Harry Ditch, vie president; Mrs. Nick Began, sec retary, and Mrs.,- Mary Factor treasurer. At the close of the bus iness session a social hour anc program were held. The program included instru mental selections by Edith and Thelma Stevens and vocal solos by Dick Ufford, with Marjorie Pickett as accompanist. Mrs. W H. Hathorn spoke on the lives o Lincoln and Washington. Tables decorated with yellow calendulas and red and gold hatchets served as a golden wedding anniversary remembrance for Mrs. Sarah Crawford, president of C. H. Huntley -Relief :orps No. 72. Several gifts were ;iven to her. WASHINGTON'S WORRIES ABOUT F A M I L Y M A N Y DR. GARRY C. MYERS, PH. D. Child Psychologist. George Washington's father was Augustine Washington, who mar- ·ied Jane Butler and had four :hildren. Only Lawrence and Au- justine lived beyond childhood Tane Washington died in 1728 md the father was married again wo years later, this time to Mary 3all. She became the mother of George Washington, her eldest :hild, 1732. He had three youngei Brothers, Samuel, John and Charles; and two sisters, Elizabeth md Mildred. Mildred died in in- 'ancy. George Washington never had .ny children of his own, but he vas a very kind and judicious tepfather. He married a widow vith two young children--Jackey md Mildred Custis. Mildred was in epileptic. Her parents used very known means to cure her nd Washington grieved over her death. Rich Opportunities. Jackey never amounted to much, Hhotigh he was given rich oppor- unities. His stepfather sent him o Columbia university, then ting's college. But he did not tudy -well there, and when his ister.died at'the age of 14 Jackey vas brought home to comfort his mother, most of the trip being made on horseback. .Of Jackey his tepfather once wrote to a famous utor at Annapolis: "He has little or no knowledge f arithmetic, and is totally ignor- nt of the mathematics." Jonathan, Boucher, a tutor of ackey, wrote Washington in 770: i "I mean his love of Ease and .ove of Pleasure. Pleasure of a md exceedingly uncommon at his ears. I must confess to you 1 lever did in my life know a youth o exceedingly indolent, or EO sur- risingly voluptuous. · Parental Indulgence. 'Were all those who have the Care and Direction of Children as ttentive to their real interest,.we hou'd not have so many Com ilaints of Children spoiled by 'arental Indulgence." It always vorried Washington that his step- on did not have better habits of vork and conduct. At the age of 14, George Wash- ngton made a surveying trip in he wilderness far from home. He vrote in his diary March 11, 1748, notice spelling, capitalization etc.) "Rain'd till about two oCloclc md Clear'd when we were agree- bly surnrised at y. siaht of a hirty odd Indians coining from Var with only one Scalp . . . of vhom we had a War Dance there manner of Dancing is as follows Viz They clear a Large Circle and make a Great Fire in y^. middle hen seat themselves around it y. speaker makes 'a grand Speech elling them in what Manner they re to Dance after he has inished y. best Dancer jumps up as one wakened out of Sleep and runs nd^umpK about y. Ring in a most omical Manner he is followed by . rest then begins their Musi- ians to play y. Musick is a Pot alf (full) of water with a Deer- kin Stretched over it as tight as ; can and a goard with some Shott n it to Rattle and a piece of an orses .Tail tied to it to make it ook fine y. one keeps (time) vhile y. other is Dancing." IRS. AV. K. HOOD IARKS BIRTHDAY Mrs. W K . Hood, 1512 Madison venue northwest, cntcrlained 2n 'Sends and neighbors Monday r t or home on her birthday. Chor- ics in orange, red and yellow 'ere used as decoralions and the me was spent in playing games, refreshments were served repeat- ig the color scheme and a number f gifts were presented to Mrs. iood. D. CLASS MEETS T M. E. CHURCH C. D. class conducted a meeting Monday evening in the Queen Es- icr room of the First Methodist lurch when the yearly project vas outlined and it \vas voted to ut on a ploy for missionary oundcrs day. The next meeting ill be a 6:30 o'clock dinner and bite elephant sale with Ruth yons, Esther Storcr, Sadie Burs and Doris Bartlett in charge. efreshmonts were served at the ose of the evening. Princess Dress Easy to Make ·GLOBE-GAZETEK PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN -.160 Fifth Avenue, New York City ·' By DIANA DAY Rever Neckline Is Flattering Feature of This Frock With . Gored Skirt, Fitted Waistline. Here's a smart princess-line crepe dress with the new flattering rever neckline. It has very attractive short sleeves. The seven gored skirt will make your figure look like a dream. For another version in gay print crepe, you could have the shirt collar. The model also provides foi long sleeves gathered into tailored cuffs. This model is. grand in cotton or linen for cruise or summer. It is ever so simple to sew with the aid of Illustrated Dressmaking Chart that is included in the pattern. Style No. 2884 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 3 2 / 3 4 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46 inches bust. Size 36 requires 3 1 /. yards of 33 inch. Send fifteen 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 lull o£ 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 summei- 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 cents. 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. MONROE G R A D E CHILDREN SEEN IN PRODUCTION Pupils of Monroe school pre- ented a program commemorating /arious outstanding February vents such as Valentine's day Vashington's and Lincoln's birthdays Monday chool. evening at the The program opened with a Iramatizatton, "The Q u e e n o learts," given by the kindergar- en children, and followed by sev- _ - al numbers by the first hythm band. grade A group of sixth grade pupils nacted a playlet, "Highlights in he Life of Lincoln," and Phyllis ·IcClcllan played two numbers on he xylophone. The last number on the pro- ram was a play by the seventl nd eighth grade pupils, "The linuet." Specialties during the program vere harmonica numbers by Dale mith, a song, "Polly Wolly Doodle," by Dorothy Wodarcck, ; ecitation, "He'd See It Through,' y Hobart Duncan and numbers sy the Pied Piper Players" from Vashington school. IARRIAGE LICENSES SSUED IN WORTH NORTHWOOD--Worth county marriage licenses were issued to ilarshall T. Banks, Oakland Winn., and Gladys F. Thorpe lay ward, Minn.; Clifford Krueger Hartland, Minn., and Olga Sun- :ve, Alden, Minn.; John E. Ellis, ortage, Wis., and Gladys Sundve, \lden, Minn., Norman E. Nelsor nd Fern E. Aretr, both of Austin, Minn.: Dean H. McFariand arid Gladys P. Nelson, both of Austin, ·linn.; Arthur E. Nelson and Rose Lioelir, both of Minneapolis; Paul IcCulIoush and Alvcrla Walker, oth of Minneapolis; Clarence pringer and Shirley Wenzcl, both f Albert Lea; Thomas Henderson, ,ake Mills, and Ida Lyngaas, Twin ..akes, Minn.; Harry C. Hoag and Wildrcd E. Davis, both of Minne- polis; Arnold Hockinson, Thornon, and Veona Galloway, Belmond. --o--· Return From East. NORA SPRINGS--Dr. and Mrs. tavid Holman returned from a 10 ays' (rip east.-They visited at Detroit and at Rochester, N. Y., here the doctor served his intern-' lip and in New York City where e visited his brother, Dr. D. V. 'olman, who was recently mar- icd. Visitor From DCS IMoincs. RAKE--Mrs. William Simpson f Des Moincs spent (he week-end i her sister, Mrs. Fred Havnon. WIFE PRESERVERS Porcelain or enamel-covered nr- clcK, like washbowls and stoves, lould never be scraped w i t h a harp instrument. Such an implc- cnt will chip or break off the ' St. Joseph's Senior Class Debaters Are Winners at School The affirmative speakers were declared the winners of a debate which was held in the assembly oC St. Joseph's high school, Monday. The topic for the discussion was "Resolved: That Electrical Utilities S h o u l d b e Governmentally Owned." The affirmative team was composed of Yvonne McGrane, Edward Jarosh, and William Cross, all seniors. Those on the negative team were Catherine Poshu- sta Vincent Mulert, and Miriam LaUimer, Juniors. · The affirmative in the final rebuttal was represented by Yvonne McGrane, while the negative was voiced by Catherine Poshusta The judges were the Hev. P. J McEnany, Sister Mary Vivia, and Leo Carle of the Globe-Gazette H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. MARY MORTON iMcnu Hint Corned Beef and Cabbage Boiled Potatoes Pineapple Salad Orange Sour Milk Cake Coffee Corning, though originally a method of preserving meat, has become, in addition, one of the popular ways of adding a distinctive flavor to it. Housewives do well to take advantage of this product to add the needed variety to their meals, for seldom is there a man who does not thoroughly enjoy the old-fashioned dish, corned beef and cabbage. The plate and brisket and the rump are the cuts of beef usually corned. The proportion of fat and lean in the brisket seem to be ideal for this purpose, and it is an economical cut to use. The rump is leaner than the brisket. Today's Recipes Corned beef and cabbage ·-- Tn cook corned beef, it is covered with water and allowed to cook slowly u n t i l done. If the corned beef is very salty, the water may be changed, although usually this is not necessary. The water always should be kept below the aoiling point, as with any other kind of meat cooked by this method. Corned beef requires at least 45 minutes a pound for cooking During the last 15 or 20 minutes of cooking, add a quartered head of cabbage to the corned beef and allow.i^ to cook in the meat stock If other vegetables such as carrots, potatoes and turnips are .iscd, these should be added just ong enough before serving thai they are done, and not overlooked. Orange Sour Milk Cake--One- lalf cup shortening, one cup sugar, one ORE, one cup sour milk, grated rind of one orange, two cups flour, one teaspoon baking soda, dash of salt. Cream shorten- ng and sugar together until smooth. Add well beaten egg. Dissolve soda in sour milk and mix well. Add grated orange rind and salt. Sift and measure flour and ndd to mixture. Bake in slow oven. Mix juice of orange and half cup of sugar while cake is bak- ng. When cake is done, remove rom oven and while hot pour over the orange and sugar mix- ure, which makes a simple frost- ng. ELTA ALPHA'CLASS TO HIEET THURSDAY Delta Alpha class will meet nursclay evening at 6:30 o'elock t the home of Mrs. James E. Slylhc, 431 First street southeast, or dinner and a program. Mrs. ·umnor White will speak on Some Aspects of World Peace and there will be special music. On Anniversary --Russell Photo Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fessenden, route 4, Mason City, celebrated their forty-fifth wedding anniversary Tuesday. They were married at the home of Mrs. Fessenden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pedelty, west of Mason City. Mrs. Fessendeu who was Anna Pedelly was born oti the Pedelty farm west of Mason City and Mr. Fessenden was born in Lee county, 111. They have lived north of Mason City in their present farm home for 43 years'. Their children are Maynard and Warren Fessenden, Mrs. Floyd Crabtree and Mrs. Kenneth Wren, all of Mason City. They have five grandchildren. T H I R D GRADERS G I V E PATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENT Third grade Central school children celebrated Washington's birthday in their room Monday by giving a program under the direction of their teacher, Mrs, Dora Liesveld. The kindergarten children and their teacher, Miss Bee Clark, Miss Hazel Coon, principal, and Mrs. R. M. Kuenkel were guests. The program opened with a recitation, "February Heroes," by Mary Lou TeKippc. A group of children sang "Mister Grocer and 'Holidai' Song" and a dialog, "Jn ?cbruary," was given by Leo and Robert Warner. Royce Rossum gave a recitation, "A Valentine," and two folk dances were performed by a group of children. The grade sang pa- riotic songs and a dialog, "Who?" was given. The children presented a play, ILittle February,", and Collen Blandin and Betty Lou Dennis ;ave tap dances. At the close of the program patriotic badges and candy hearts vere -presented to the guests. BIRTHDAY PARTY r OR MRS. KLATT Mrs. Dorothy Schonnover and VIrs. Kina Kofoot, 425 East State troct, entertained at a birthday )avty honoring Mrs. Schoonover's mother, Mrs. Edna Klatt. The ime was spent informally and a number of gifis were presented to he honoree. Refreshments were erved at the close of the after- 10011. Guests were Mrs. Ida Jones, Mrs. Pearl Cheney, Mrs. Irene Na- sheim, Mrs. Gayle Scholl, Mrs Anna Hunt, Mrs. Lillian Zeller, Mrs. Anna Nielsen and the Misses Sally and Irene Beiderbek and Donnabelle Lansing. Five Study .1 Clubs Meet for Lessons H.E.O. Club Has Guest Day Luncheon at Home of Mrs. Patterson. Study meefings were conducted by five of Mason City's clubs Monday afternoon when H. E. O., Occident, Chautauqua, Maria Mitchell and T. A. E. clubs gathered for programs. H. E. O. club had a guest luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. \V. H. Patterson, 021 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, with Mrs. George Walter. Mrs. Mae Morgan, Mrs. J. J. Goelz, Mrs. W. A. Cagel, Mrs. Ansel Wolf and Mrs. Ed Bryant as hoste?ses. "Gone With the Wind." Mrs. Ray Johnson discussed an Interview between Margaret Mitchell, author of "Gone With the Wind," and Faith Baldwin and Mrs. Ella Maddy reviewed "Gone With the Wind." Decorations were in keeping with Washington's birthday with red carnations as a centerpiece and red and white cards marking the places of 30 members and guests. Mrs. W. P. Butler was hostess to the Occident club Monday at her home, 1218 Jefferson avenue northwest. Mrs. Ada Felt and Mrs, F. F. Potter reviewed "The South Pole" by Ronald Amundsen and "Skyward" by Richard E. Byrd. One English Novel. Mrs. A. L. Peterson spoke on... 'Trollope and the Barsetshire Novels" at a meeting of the Maria Mitchell club Monday at the home of Mrs. L. E. Armstrong, 37 River Heights drive. "Christina, Queen of Sweden" was the topic of the lesson at the Chautauqua dub meeting Monday at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. C. W. Barlow as leader. Mrs. F. C. .Hencman reviewed Memories and Adventures" by Doyle at a meeting of the T. A. E. club Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. Roy Pottei-, 101D Jefferson avenue northwest. --o-KEIMAN-THALER. CALMAR--Mrs. Anna Thaler announces the marriage of her daughter, Helen Anna Thaler, to Albert Heiman of Downers Grove 111., held in Chicago. Mrs. Reiman' is a graduate of the Calmar high school and of Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. She is teaching third and fourth grade* and music at the Maecker schuAf in Downers Grove. Mr. Reiman, a graduate of Downers Grove hi(?h school and Northwestern university, is employed by the G. W. Allen company, Chicago. After March 1, Mr. and Mrs. Reiman will make their home at 415 Prairie avenue, Downers Grove. --o-- AKIYUHAI'I CLUB IS ENTERTAINED A k f y u h a p i club was entertained by Mrs Bob Bull at Leone McGhee's tearoom Monday evening. Dinnei' was served at a table decorated in patriotic style with a center piece of red, white and blue flowers and small flags at each place. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Miss Isabelle Ellis and Mrs E R Purse. Miss Norya Johnson wori the guest prize. There were two guests, Mrs. Leo Sweesey and Miss Johnson. /J SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 a f Irtt COURTESY AND SATISFAQT1ON W I T H EVERV PURCHASED SAUCY BRETONS! SMART BRIMS! Our hofs are off to the new spring bonnets! The quickest glance will tell you how smart they'll be atop your new suit. Saucy bretons, delightful off-face hats and smart brims. Fine felt in all spring shades. Headsizes 21 to 24. "SEE YOU TOMORROW" USE; ui. me cvenijjfi. covci'me 1 - -- - · - . - . * m t ,^"^-* m »r ui iu . i-uauc , · --. - -- - - · *· ·*rim+i\t\\fjv · . . . . . uvl -H3'i. an d there will b e special music A--^^-,'-' 0| ^ · ' ^ " _

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