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April 13, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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', SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 13 · 1934 OFFICERS ELECTED BY PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS Delinquency Considered at Meeting Mrs. Artemas Brown Name President of P. T. A. ' - . · ' f o r Year. At the final meeting of the MOD roe-Washington P. T. A. for th year Thursday at the school, th speaker of the afternoon, John C Shipley, was introduced by the re tiring president, Mrs. A. L, Peter son. Mrs. Artemus Brown was electe* president, for the coming year, Mrs Fred Heneman, vice president, anc 1 Miss Geneva Smaby, secretary-trea surer. Judge Shipley spoke on "Juvenil. Delinquency," bringing before thi mothers examples drawn from his experience as police court judge here in Mason City. He said that children are the .same now as. in his youth, or for that matter, the same in their own possibilities, inhibitions, problems as a thousand years ago. "Youth doesn't^ change much, but conditions confronting youth do change, and our'ryouth of'today is living in a much faster : moving world than previously. The youth of today is more intelligent, therefore his potential goodness or badness .is greater," Judge Shipley said. He 'stated that within the past five years 2,250 cases of juvenile delinquency of one type or another have come to the attention of our local courts. At the present time there are 60 high school students under court orders. Not Bad Children: ' "These children, except in few :ases, are not bad youngsters, only misguided, or misdirected, and lacking proper home supervision," he aaid. "Only the cases which do not Held to good influence are the source of great concern since they furnish the recruits, of our criminal :iass. War, prohibition, the period of exaggerated prosperity, followed by depression and the auto, are all xmtributing causes of'childhood delinquency. We became'so accustom- d to seeking and obtaining plea- Maturity... Maternity... Middle Age · At the« three trying jeriod» a. womia heeds lyd»» E. pinicham's Vegetable Compound. Give it to your daughter when she comes to womanhood. Take it for strength before and after childbirth. Take it to ride you OT«T Change of .Ufe; Take it whenever you Menerroiu, weak and rundown. A medicine which has the written endorsement of nearly 800,000 women must be good; J4RA Give it a chance to help VJ£3 r you, too; Take it reg- , ^tf ulariy for best results; ff^iit LYDIA E. PINKHArS VEGETABLE COMPOUND CAST IN COMEDY --Photo try Ftord Mtridclh Wright llJISS DOROTHY DECKER will appear as Gerty Green, a high brown vamp from New Orleans, in the Y. W. C. A. musical comedy, 'The World's All Right," which will be presented Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium all sure during the prosperous years, hat even though depression came, ur families demand amusement hough the grocer remain unpaid or ayment deferred." Petty thieving,. Judge Shipley ermed as the-most common crim- nal tendency of present days. First, tolen apples; or melons, then, small :hefts from the dime store, all' un- hecked, or.taken'.lightly by parents t home, lead directly to the more erious offenses of bicycle and'auto thefts. Regard for property rights hould be taught not only at home, ut in the school. First and foremost in educating children to guard gainst delinquency, Judge Shipley aid we should teach temperance-- ot prohibition--but temperance in 11 things. Parents should know /here their children are and with vhom. "Last but not least," he snid, the teaching of good manners to ur children, would overcome many ; our worst traits, which are be- oming of national concern. Musical Program . Music for the afternoon was fur- shed by the grade school orches- ra under .the direction of W. A. ;orer. The seventh and eighth grade girls' glee club sang a group f numbers, directed by Miss Mary Ellen Lydon. Mrs. W. B. McClelland Stfve.ia group of three marimba umbers, -accompanied at the piano y Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson. Final business of the year was onducted by Mrs. Peterson, who h ave the summary of the six stand- ig committees. A'brief, report of the convention at Ft. Dodge was given by Mrs. C. W. Vail. A report f the nominating committee of vhich Mrs. Harold Campbell was hail-man, was made. Mrs. N. C. tarn has been announced as new hairman of'the summer round-up. PHOENICIAN CMJB HAS BASKET SOCIAL. Phoenician club members enter- ained at a- basket social Thursday vening at the Denison club. Follow- ng .dinner the time was spent in ancing. The committee in charge neliaded the Misses Mary Stevens, Irene Hqlman. and Myrtle Niedert. But. the. flyers of the species are more precious than the mail.--Lln- oln Star. Unit Hears Discussion of Leisure Miss Lydia M. Barrette Is Speaker at Garfield School. Officers for the · coming year were elected at the meeting of the Garfield Parent Teacher association Thursday afternoon at the school. Miss Lydia M. Barrette was the speaker and numbers on the program were also given by the school children. Mrs. E. R. Bappe was elected president, Mrs. Ed Roller, vice president, and Mrs. John Nelson, secretary-treasurer. Mrs..W. Earl Hall made the report for the nominating committee. In her talk, Miss Barrette reviewed the book, "Spend Your Time," which was written by the ?. T. A. of the Lincoln school of ;eachers college at Columbia university. It is a survey made of the eisure activities in New York City. Difficult to Educate. Miss Barrette pointed out that it s more difficult to educate people ,o use leisure instructively than it s to teach them to labor efficient- y. The types of leisure activities isted in the New York survey which are carried on in Mason City nclude art, music, the library, science and various hobbies. Miss' Barrette invited the group o the library to see an exhibit'of dolls, the work of Ruth Pauley, 14 r ear old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lay Pauley and a former Garfield nipil. She spoke of the 1934 hobby how at the Y. M. C. A. as being if a higher type than those of pre- eding years. The fifth grade boys gave a phy- ical training demonstration and the fifth grade girls performed folk lances. The third grade presented . playlet, "A Surprize," and there were' songs by a group of third grade · boys . and a reading, "My Srandfather's Garden," by Stanley 'elt Standard Organization. Mrs. B. Raymond Weston presid- d during toe business meeting ?hen the executive committee re- lorted that a change in the by-laws .ad been appfoved'by the state and that Garfield unit is a standard organization. Mrs. E. R. Bappe was chosen delegate to the national convention n Des Moines May 13 to 19. Plans or the summer round-up were re- JOrted By Mrs. L. A. Moore. Mrs. Jarfleld Breess gave the · financial report. An account of the district convention was given by Mrs. Jappe. Mrs. A. L. Schmidt, Mrs. Ray 'auley, Mrs. Nelson and Miss Ethel Hall were appointed to a committee a plan the annual children's treat FUR STORAGE INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU ENTRUST YOUR PURS There is a difference! BENOWITZ BROS. FUR SHOP has the only modern, circulating air Fur Storage Vault in Mason City. This special equipment keeps your furs more beautiful, more pliable, giving you more service eventually--THE MAIN OBJECT OF STORING YOUR FURS. Besides . . . complete protection from the time we receive your garments at your door until they are delivered to you. We also have year around insurance, .this is optional. .Expert Fur cleaning,. repairing, restyllng or relining at summer rates. The Best Costs No More! Quality service at all times, our motto. BENOWITZ BROS. FUR SHOP 221 NORTH FEDERAL PHONE 633 For immediate pick-up service by our messenger in the city. Out of town customers write, and our experienced fur representative will call on his next trip to your town. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER SMART PRINTED CREPE CLEVER LINES OF FROCK ELIMINATE NEED FOR ANY FURTHER TRIMMING IN SPRING FROCK UloM-OaulK PeerteM IB cfent Pattern, ZOO Fifth Avennt, Ken York Cltj -- ,.i..,.-....^ . Bj DIANA IAV ---------^--------It's an exciting little model with its new yoke and sleeve interest. The skirt offers smart lines that you'll find most slenderizing. It's the dress of dresses for those first spring days without a topcoat in inky blue and white printed crepe silk. Two-tone expressions can be worked out beautifully in this model as in navy blue with powder blue yoke and belt. Plain crepe in new beige, tile, aqua, bright red, bright blue, etc., are for today's pattern. Style No. 602 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 36, 38, 40. Size 16 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 Hollywod 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. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth avenue, New York City. 602 TUSALATA CLTJB MEETS AT DINNER. Tusalata club met Thursday evening for dinner at the Y. W. C. A. and later visited the Marshall and Swift dry cleaning establishment where Arleigh Marshall showed the group through the plant. Guests were Maxine Howard, Esther Prall and Florence Hotchkin. There will )e no meeting next Thursday, but on April 26, the club will join with he T. N. T. club in an employers lanquet. RAINBOW ASSEMBLY TO MEET SATURDAY The Rainbow assembly for girls will have a. 6 o'clock dinner' in the Masonic Temple on Saturday night. Masonic and Eastern Star members have been invited to attend the initiation ceremony at 7:30. Officers will be elected at this meeting. BOEHMER-O'DONNELL. NEW HAMPTON, April 13.---A marriage license was issued Thursday to Cletus Boehmer and Thelma O'Donnell both of Alta Vista. Wife Preservers By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE LUNCHEON FOR EIGHT The Menu Cream of Mushroom Soup . Wafers Olives Pickles Jellied Crab Salad Salad Dressing French Fried Potatoes Hot Rolls Currant Jelly Strawberry Sherbet Daffodil Cake Coffee · Salted Nuts Cream Mint Candies Jellied Crab Salad Two tablespoons granulated gelatin, 1-3 cup cold water, 1 cup salad dressing, 2-3 cup diced celery, 1 tablespoon pimiento, 2 tablespoons chopped green peppers, 4 tablespoons chopped sweet pickles, % teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, l^a cups crab meat. Soak gelatin and water 5 minutes. Dissolve over boiling. water. Cool. Add rest of ingredients and pour into loaf or individual mould. Chill until stiff, unmold on to lettuce and surround with salad dressing. , Salad Dressing. Four egg yolks, 2 tablespoons flour, % cup sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon dry mustard, *4 teaspoon celery salt, U teaspoon paprika, % cup vinegar, 2-3 cup water, 3 tablespoons butter. Beat yolks and add dry ingredients. Add rest of ingredients. Cook slowly, stirring constantly, until dressing becomes very thick and creamy. Beat well. Pour into glass jar which has been rinsed with cold water. Cool, cover and store in ice box.. The dressing can be thinned with sweet, sour or whipped cream. Daffodil Cake One-half cup butter, 1% cups sugar, 3 egg'yolks, 1 cup milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla, V 2 teaspoon lemon extract, % teaspoon salt, 2 2-3 cups pastry flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, 3 egg whites, beaten. Cream butter and sugar. Add yolks, milk, extracts, salt, flour and baking powder and beat 2 minutes. Fold in whites. Bake 20 minutes in 2 layer cake pans in moderate oven. Cool and frost with white icing. _*_ It was Longfellow who said that a man must be either a hammer or an anvil. But he overlooked the fact that a goodly number prefer to be the bellows.--Ashland Independent. Contract Bridge Tournament Ends at Dibble Home Mrs. J. W. Irons and Mrs. H. L. Knesel won the prize for high couple in the contract bridge tournament sponsored by Mrs. Grace Newman and Mrs. Lester Dibble which was concluded Thursday when the finals were played at the home of Mrs. Dibble, 615 Madison avenue northwest. Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin and Mrs. George Hughes were runners-up for the championship. It was necessary to play six extra boards to determine the winners of the contest. Others who competed in the finals were Mrs. David Convey. Mrs. J. J. Jost, Perry Waughtal and Dale Taylor. The finalists were chosen through a series of contract parties held throughout the season by Mrs. Newman and Mrs. 'Dibble. ' HOLY FAMILY LADIES AID GIVES CARD PARTY. Holy Family Ladies aid sponsored a card party Thursday afternoon at the school hall. High score contract prize went to Mrs. A. H. Beecher, high score auction to Mrs. William Hughes and high score 500 to Mrs. H. Patman. Mrs. Paul Graf and Mrs. Paul Kelsh were io charge. ·;. BOCK-AHLERS. LIME SPRINGS, April 13.-- Miss Mary Ahlers of Lime Springs and Alvin Bock of Granger, Minn., were married Wednesday at the Lutheran parsonage in Cresco by the Rev. H. M. Normann. Miss Esther Bock and | William Bock, sister and brother of the bridegroom were the attendants. They left for a short wedding trip and will scon return to begin" housekeeping on a farm north of Lime Springs. Women Hear Talks Given at Institute R. S. S t a n b e r y Explains Gross Income Tax to W. C. T. U. R. S. Stanbery was the speaker at the all day institute held by the local W. C. T. U. Thursday afternoon at the First Methodist church. Mr. Stanbery talked on "The Gross Income Tax," explaining the working of such a tax. The meeting opened with devotions led by Mrs. J. D. Reeler. Mrs. W. H. Sopher read the "Declaration of Principles" by Frances Willard. Mrs. O. L. Allen discussed the flower mission and Mrs. John Sherman gave a talk en prohibition. Mrs. Sopher advanced the idea that posters bearing temperance rhymes be placed in the Sunday schools. Mrs. W. H. Davidson, county W. C. T. U. president, cited lack of interest, funds and respect for higher things as the causes of the failure of prohibition. She urged publicity and education in temperance. The afternoon session opened with devotions led by the Rev. W. H. Spence, Mr. Stanbery's talk followed. There were two violin duets played by Dwight and Keith Stone.. The meeting closed with a play, "Your Country," presented by Mrs. Forest Jacobs' Sunday school class. Miss Nadine Kimrey was the soloist in the play. --*-Audrey Baker Wins First in Missionary Oratorical Contest Audrey Baker won first place in a missionary oratorical silver medal contest for the Mission band of the Grace Evangelical church sponsored by the Nora Springs W. M. S. Thursday in the Nora Springs Evangelical church. Her topic was "Eny- Meeny-Miney-Mo.'' Other contestants were Gladys Nissen, "Along the Upper Tybart," Madelyn Baker, "Two Little Girls and a Doll;" and Leland DeWitt, "Berry Patch Howard." Marjorie Gunn and Beverly Clatt, accompanied by Barbara Russell sang a duet and there was music by a trio including Carol Swearengen, Doris Prien and Alta Billings. Judges were Fred Larson, Mrs. Ray Wipperforth and Miss Cecelia Volkman. ATHENIAN CLTJB MEETS AT Y. FOR PROGRAM. Athenian club met Thursday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. W. B. McGrane as hostess. Mrs. John Senneff and Mrs. S. C. Deyoe gave current events and the lesson on "Sylvaculture" was led by Miss Ida Iverson of the junior college. KLOBERDANZ-FRANK. EAGLE GROVE, April 13.--Wenzel Kloberdanz of Osage and Anna Frank of Renwick were married at the Sacred Heart church in this city by the Rev. P. Molloy. Bridesmaids were the Misses Catherine Kloberdanz of Osage and Anna Wohn of Fort Dodge; Miss Rose Kloberdanz was maid of honor and George Frank, brother of the bride was- the best man. BULLETINS OUT Copies of the Mason City Woman's club bulletin are being mailed to the members of the club so that those who did not attend the last general meeting may have a record of the annual reports which are contained in the April bulletin. The bulletin also announces the coming events of the club which include the play writing contest, the open air inusicale, the three act play and the plant exchange. Think what a bore Methuselah must have been, telling about the other depressions he went through. --Midwest Review. CARD PARTY HELD AT NURSES' HOME Members of the Sodality of St. Joseph's Mercy hospital entertained at a card party at the nurses' home. Bridge and 500 were played with high score bridge prize going to Mrs. Frank Berry and 500 prize to Miss Margaret Lewis. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. _.;._ MAURER-CAROLAN. LIME SPRINGS, April 13.--Miss Stella Maurer, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Dave Maurer of Bonair, became the bride of Tom Carolan, also of Bonair, on Tuesday morning-. They left immediately for Casper, Wyo., where they will make their home. Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less -- Since 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Choose Highlights in Spring Whether you prefer one type or another. We have them in a most pleasing collection of colorings and kinds. WASH FROCKS FOR GIRLS Ages 2 to 14 yrs. to Hundreds of becoming styles for all sizes and. types of girls in washable frocks. Showing the new colortones with dainty trimming effects. Every girl should have several at these low prices for school and general wear. Buy them now. 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