The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1936 · Page 10
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April 2, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2 li)36 Whims of Child About Food to Be Discouraged By GAK11Y C. MYEICS, PH. D. Child Training Expert 1 wonder how many hundreds of fathers in this country demand that special foods be prepared for them at each meal. Sometimes they will say that they dare not eat the usual foods. Once in a thousand cases, possibly, this may be true, but nearly always they just think certain foods "do not agree with" them, or they will desire special foods just because they are very fond of such. Do these lathers realize how very childish their food choices are? Well, talk to those who knew these fathers in their infancy and childhood, if you wish to know how their food whims started. "Dear Mr. Myers: My trouble is getting my little girl, aged 12, to eat the meals I prepare for the rest of us. For example, today I had rice soup, roast beef and potatoes and cake for dessert. She did not want any of these things but asked for French toast, which I finally made for her. . . . What she likes she eats a lot of, but it is very provoking to have to make her something different at almost every meal." Conscientious Mother. Think of the thousands of very conscientious mothers who are wearing themselves out to satisfy the whims of a child like this--and training the child to have still more whims. Consider the ill effect on the character of a child from such treatment If you have a child like this,.make up your mind at once to be her slave no more. Calmly tell her so. Tell her, furthermore, that no special foods will be prepared for her henceforth, but that she. will eat what the family has or nothing; and CATCHING COLD? Try this unique aid to nose and upper throat -- where .most colds start. Its timely use helps prevent many colds. Just a /cio drop* up each nostril VICKS VA-TRO-NOL The remarkable success of Vicks drop] hai brought scores of imitations. The trade mark Va-tro-nol is your protection in getting this exclusive Vicks formula. Regular tixe... 30t Double quantity 50c see to it, if you are in control, that she shall have no food between msals. Then prove that you have character enough to make your word good. Ever think of this as a character problem in yourself before? Allowed to Choose. Provided this child chooses not to eat, express no concern whatsoever. You gave her an opportunity to choose. She may, however, lose weight. Very well. It will be regained later--in case you prove a master of yourself. No good reason, however, why the child should not have the privilege to request beforehand that certain foods be included in the family menu; which requests you will honor within reason, remembering of course, the wishes and the welfare of the entire family. Your letters are always welcome. Write me in care of this paper, inclosing a self addressed stamped envelope. LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS AT F. G. E. Members of the American Legion auxiliary met Wednesday at the P. G. and E. when plans were discussed for a.card party April 23. The Junior Auxiliary meeting was announced for 1 o'clock Saturday at the Y. W. C. A. in the downstairs clubrooms and the next social session for May 8. Two comforters were tied and refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon, by Mrs. W. J. O'Brien and Mrs. Herschel Gore. · There's nothing basically wrong in a country where the outs can raise a million dollars to prove there has been no recovery.--Portland Oregonian., FREE TRUCK DELIVERY To Your Home t Chapman PHONE 200 for EVENING or SUNDAY SHOPPING ROOm OUTFITS Nicely Furnished for Only Easiest Terms -iuiii.^ ,, ^f - -.., JW.T · -jnw-TimrrrramaraTr" . r ···K.sp..*wisawTM;.ai»:is--«. --^-9-Piece Living Room Outfit Complete mine room outnt. includes a 2-pc. suite in tapestry and the following pieces' Bookcase, occasional table, table lamp, junior lamp, cccasional chair, end tahle, masazine basket F .*-+·; ttt' " 8-Piece Bedroom Ensemble Order yours now at this saving. You get the fine 4-piece suite pictured above ^ A A A and a pair of downy pillows, $J ffr ^^ TPV 100% cotton mattress and sturdy coil spring--all for 40-Piece Dining Room Group A new design In a loveiy dlnins room suite ot^ walnut table, 6 chairs and spacious buffet. . Included Is a lovely 32-piece dinner j set--service for 6! Act now! (You may buy these rooms separately) at Real Savings -·V Kug for Any Room in the House at Much Less Than Kegular Prices. 9x12 All Wool Face Seamless Axnunster 9x12 Oriental Copies of Very Expensive Ku at Much Less Than Their Keg. Price. $3750 9x12 Seamless Velvet RUGS Rubber Back, No Sliding, Fringed. tt V i s i t i n g Night Held by Madison Circle Members Madison Child Study circle conducted its annual visitation night program at the school Wednesday with Mrs. C- L. Swanspn in charge. The nominating committee was appointed to include Mrs. C. D. Hixson, Mrs. Lester Dutcher and Mrs. Edward Hegtvedt. A program was presented under the direction of Mrs. Bernard Leath, assisted by Mrs. Dutcher. Mrs. Charles Seidel and Mrs. Carl Donovan. There was assembly singing, followed by a tap dance by Jean Kapplinger, accompanied by Mrs. Vern Shinn. Charles Chenoweth sang, "In the Northland," accompanied by Faith Darland and Donny Shinn played two gozook numbers. "Let's All siag Like the Birdies Sing" and Yellow Rose of Texas," accompan- ed by Mrs. Shinn. Howard Kittle- on sang "High on a Hilltop" and Eeny Meeny Mlney Mo," accom- anied by Mrs. Shinn. "How to Measure Life" was the opic of an address by Mrs. J. H. iarston. During the social hour, refreshments were served by Mrs. Frank YTaillard, Mrs. Walter Lantz, Mrs. ilen Stubbs and Mrs. Kenneth Wy- jorney. msitmau CHAPMAN'S ANNUAL SPRING SALE Linoleum 12 Foot Wide Burlap Back LINOLEUM QO Square "OC Yard G Foot Hide FELT BASE ' AQ r s l ll! "-e t«7C yard i 9 Foot Wide I FELT BASE C(J Square J«/C Vara REMNANTS \ Less than 1/2 price | 19-21 FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R Corn Yield Plots in Cerro Gordo, Wright, Chickasaw Counties Fields for the 1936 Iowa com yield test will be located among others in three north Iowa counties, Cerro Gordo. Chickasaw and Wright, according to a preliminary survey of Dr. M. M. Rhoades, associate geneticist in the bureau of plant industry. United States department oi' agriculture, who is cooperating with Joe L. Robinson, secretary of the Iowa Corn and Small Grain Growers asociation. in conducting the test. Marion Coppock. Ankeuy. past president of the association, has made the first entry in the 1936 test. Indications point to a large number of entries in the corn yield test this year. From early reports Dr. Rhoades predicted that the number of entries in the 1936 test will equal or surpass the record of 849 entries in the 1935 test The test is eon- ducted by dividing the state into 12 districts with 1 testing field of 5 or 6 acres for each of the districts. Generally the fields will be located on farms in these counties and arrangements will be made with fanners to cultivate the plots. Starr Yelland Chosen to Handle Broadcast Starr Yelland of Mason City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Yelland, 215 Jefferson avenue northwest, is now on the air from station WSTJI. the University of Iowa at Iowa City, with a daily news broadcast. The program is heard from 5:00 to 6 o'clock each evening but Sunday. The Mason City student has previously been in charge of a weekly sports review, a Wednesday night feature at 9:30 o'clock. He xvon the chance to handle the new program in a competitive audition which included 25 candidates. Kizieteen were eliminated in a preliminary audition hold last Thursday, while Yelland was judged best of the remaining six in a final aud- iton on Saturday, Thrift Credited to Wives. BLUFFTON, Ohio, (UP)--Husbands who want to save money should discuss financial problems with their wives, advises Dr. Josephine L. Pierce, addressing the Bluffton college marriage class.' Wenholz in Charge of Grupp Meat Department Harry Wenholz, formerly manager of the Tittle Brothers market here, has been placed in charge of the meat department of the Carl Grupp food market, 1339 North Federal avenue. Mr. Wenholz came to Mason, City a year ago from St. Paul. Ray Taylor, formerly with the Grupp market, has purchased the Johnson meat market at Lake Mills, which he is to operate as a grocery and meat market. He was with the Grupp store for 16 years. Farm Debt Advisory Committee to Meet Meetings of the Cerro Gordo county farm debt advisory committee will be held April 9 and April 23 at 1 o'clock in the afternoon at the courthouse in Mason City, according to word received from A. W. Wolf, district FDA supervisor, representing the Des Moines office. The Cerro Gordo committee is made of Barney Dougherty, chairman; Warren Kismer, Clear Lake, vice chairman, and G. H. Wharanv Mason City, secretary. The purpose of the committee is to assist farmers whoa? homes have been foreclosed. Get Nomination Papers. DES MOINES, UP)--Guy Lambert (R) of Newton, obtained nomination papers today for secretary of agriculture. E. E. Empie (R) of -f Marshalltown, obtained papers for state representative. Glasses Fitted Glasses Repaired DRS.WELLS-KITCHEN "OPTOMETRISTS 1101/ 2 North Federal Ave. By MRS. MARY MORTON Menu Hint BREAKFAST Orange Juice Egg in a Nest Toast Coffee LUNCHEON OR DINNER Wieners Potato Chips Hot Cole Slaw Corn Bread Maple Syrup Coffee You can serve this very simple menu to fte family or for a Sunday or Saturday night supper or how you will It will taste good. The corn bread is served with the syrup for dessert. The egg in a nest is a pretty and tasty way to serve eggs for a change. Today's Recipes. Egg in a Nest--One egg, one-half teaspoon butter, one slice toast, salt and pepper to taste. Beat an egg white until stiff. Arange on toast. Make a depression in center. Put in cutter and seasoning. Slip in the egg yo ]lt - Baks in moderately hot oven (375 degrees) until set and slightly brown. Increase these amounts according to the number of servings needed. Hot Slaw--One egg or two yolks, two tablespoons sugar, one tablespoon flour, one-fourth teaspoon pepper, onef mirth teaspoon dry mustard, one-fourth teaspoon celery salt, onef ourth cup vinegar, one-half cup water, one tablespoon butter, two cups chopped cabbage. Beat egg and add dry ingredients, add vinegar and water. Cook slowly and stir constantly until mixture thickens. Add rest of ingredients and serve warm. Com Bread--Two-thirds cup cornmeal, one cup flour, three and one- half teaspoons baking powder, one- fourth teaspoon salt, two tablespoons sugar, one egg, one cup milk, two tablespoons fat, melted. Mix ingredients and beat well. Pour into greased shallow pan and bake 20 minutes in moderate oven. Tea Wagon Brandies Out. The tea wagon has undergone a remarkable development. From a simple movable tray it has been developed into a traveling kitchen or dinette, ready to serve your family or guests with a variety of edibles and drinkables. A new tea wagon exhibited at the recent Leipzig spring trade fair is built of glass and metal and mounted on soft rubber tires. It is a regular covered wagon, from which it is possible to serve warm drinks or prepare toast and many other hot dishes. Commodious compartments and drawers hold a surpz-ising supply of foods. Another section of the wagon is equipped for serving various kinds of drinks, hot or cold, with a simple refrigerating apparatus. This tea wagon folds up, taking little space. Peanut Butter Hermits. Combine one cup sweeteened condensed milk with six tablespoons peanut "butter, one-fourth teaspoon salt and three-fourths cup Graham cracker crumbs. Bake at 375 on a greased cooky sheet, about 15 minutes. Makes one and one-half dozen small drop cookies. Baked Fudge. Two squares bitter chocolate, two eggs, oneoalf cup flour, one-half cup nuts, one-half cup butter, one cup sugar. Melt chocolate, add butter. Mix other ingredients, add to chocolate mixture and mix thoroughly. Bake in one-half inch sheet in moderate oven about 30 minutes or until it is baked according to the broom straw test. FORTNIGHTLY CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Fortnightly club met with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stillwell, 727 Carolina avenue northeast. Five hundred was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. George Evans and Maurice Zander. The next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. M. Russell, 735 Carolina avenue northeast Jail Installs Calendars. ANDERSON, Cal. (UPi--The city has completed a "de luxe" jail. 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