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March 18, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MARCH 18 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MRS.HATTIE MOORE MITCHELL TO BE HONORED AT DINNER Club Women Stage Music Program, Tea Matinee Musicale Gives Annual Guest Day Affair. Matinee Musicale held its annual juest day meeting Tuesoay nfter- aoon at the home of Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, 21 Rock Glen.-' The program opened with a welcome by Mrs. C. G. Maudsley. Mrs. Bertha Patchen as chairman of the special program committee announced the aumbers as they were given. Mrs. Roy Servison played two piano numbers, "Cadiz" and "Se- quidillas" by Albeniz. Mrs. Don Wells sang "To Sevilla" by Dessauer and "Un Pajarito" by Ross. 3he was accompanied by Mrs. vison. Mrs. Ray E. Prusia, dressed in a "Spanish costume, sang a group, of four folk songs from "Songs .of the Pyrenees" aranged by Sturgis and Blake. Miss Ruth Stevens accompanied her. Miss Dorothy Hicks played a piano number, "The Faun' ay Chaminade. , An ensemble including Mrs. H C. Johnson, clarinet; Mrs. Harlan McMillan, violin, and Mrs. Leon Woodward, piano, played two nutiv bers by Mowrey, "Aubade Mexi cane'" and "Spanish Gypsy Dance.' Mrs. C. Z. Smith sang two Span ish songs, "Amai- Y Sufrir" b; Jot-da and "Perjura" by Lejaaa Mrs. Patchen was the accompanist A chorus of the charter member*, sang "Dutch Lullaby" by Nevin Miss Quirina Monteon sang "Tor eador Song" and gave a Spaniuf dance in costume. Tea was served at a table decor nted in St. Patrick's day style witl Mrs. Maudsley and Mrs. Weston pouring. The committee include Mrs. Scott Smith, chairman; - J. E. Campbell and Mrs. Servison Soys at Disadvantage Because of Too Little Contact With Fathers By ALICE JUDSON PEALE There is at least one respect in vhich .our boys suffer a great dis- dvant'age. \ The care and education of youn? hildren and the guidance of youth are in this country almost entirely n the hands of women. Boys spend heir growing years, not under the nfluence ·! fine men whom they may take as examples,, but at best under that of fine women whom hey cannot possibly take as exam- iles. A woman may well serve as a working model after which the girl who comes under her caro may hap- )ily and harmoniously pattern herself; but no woman, however wise, ntelligent and understanding, can offer the growing boy a pattern for emulation. She cannot represent the ulfillment of his ambitions, nor the emotional attitudes of a well-integrated masculine personality. Our boys, thru the exclusive preoccupation of their fathers with the justness of making money, and thru :he fact that a relatively few men ingage in teaching, suffer a deprivation. ' The benefit of contact with a fine, successful father may be almost completely lost to his son simply because the former spends so little time in his society. The boy's character is permitted to develop under exclusively feminine influence. His virtues tend to be feminine virtues. .To a great extent this situation may be irremediable, but when wo consider how important are the first six years of a child's development, it would seem as if at least durinf; this short period even the busiest father could make time for his son. Saturday afternoons and,Sundays spent working together in the garage, playing a game of catch or tramping over the countryside, arcs days well laid out for the most vital part of a boy's education. BAGGAGE ASTOUNDS Lincolnians to Be Seen in Program Music, Drama Will Be Featured by Students. Pupils of Lincoln school will present a program Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the school assembly. The afternoon will be opened with an address of welcome by Leo Hagen. · The boys' glee club will sing three numbers "The Breakers," "Goud Night Ladies" and "The Goat." The girls' glee club will give "The Forest Dance" and "Kentucky Babe." Two seventh grade pupils, Gladys Kreutzbender and Lyle Button will present, floor talks. May Spuhler Ethel Fink, Joan Weber, Wanda Brier and Esther Kellum will per form the "Wooden Soldiers." Rich ard'Barker will play a trombone solo. There will be a one act play, "Am organization" performed by the children of the school. The first scene on Ellis Island concerns a group of foreign children. The second scene shows their naturalization and the third, election day. The program will close with a song "Lincoln, Pride of the Town," by the school. Young Man Gets AdviceRegarding Problem of Wife Before the Rains Start You will want to sow your grass seed real soon -before the rains start. Let us help you in selecting the proper, (grass seed, f ierMizer.Aetc/ 'c J ,,"- -" ' Speech ClasS Is Concluded at Luncheon Members of Group Give Talks at Affair at Y. W. C. A. Covers were placed for 50 members of the Woman's club at a lunch-eon given by members of the drama. ALTHO Lady Mountbatten, above, the former Edwina Ashly, ostensibly is in Mexico on a sight-seeing trip, rumor has it that her itinerary includes Cuernavaca, Mexican divorce mecca. Her husband, the former Prince of Battenburg, friend of the Prince of Wales, is not with her Lady Mountbatten's equipage, consisting of 56 trunks, astounded Mexico City. speech, , ;W C, A. 'Wednesday 410011, Ttie^af- fair: ! xn~arkeB*the'cl6se~of 'the classes Herman M.Hruato So. Federal ftvt. Why not have your old mattresses recovered and rebuilt like new. FREE All Work Guaranteed J.D.FARRERCO. tha Y. T "A Pain and Itching *° m Piles! Don't p u t u p w i t h painful piles another day--or hour. Thero ,is positive relief, very often, for t h e v e r y worst case. Pyramid suppositories are designed to stop the p a i n -- a n d even all itching. R e l i e f comes quickly. The first application will b r i n g y o u much comfort and case. Try them .t o d a r- Remember tha name. Just say Pyramid Suppositories to any druggist. 60 cents. which have been conducted by Mrs E. E. Hunter for ten weeks. A program of toasts and stunts was given with Mrs. Richard E Romey, chairman of the drama de partment, presiding. Mrs. Seba Vai gave a toast to "The Absent Mem ber" and Mrs. Sam Richer respond ed. Mrs. Frank Finnegan spoke o "How I Felt When I Made My Firs Speech." Mrs. E. H. Wagner repre sented. Mrs. Roe Thompson read a par ody on Browning's "Herve Rlel." Mrs. E. H. Wagner represented the husbands. Mrs. C. L. Meade; on .behalf of the"group'prasente3 1 a.,gif r t to Mrs. Hunter who gave a brief talk. The luncheon had been arranged by Mrs. Archie Peterson, Mrs. G. C. Vail, Mrs. B. F. Weston and Mrs. N. C. Kotchell. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY V. W.- C. A. Lenten service--· 6:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., talk by the Rev. J. L. Pickett. Harding Child Study circle-6:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. G. F. S. Senior Probationer By VIRGINIA LEE What would you do In a case like this? ·DEAR VIRGINIA: I wish to have you tell me what to do. I married a divorced woman and we don't seem' to agree. She is disagreeable, has spells when she won't speak, and if she does, it is words which are enough to kill you with grief, "She is much older than I. We have been married' nearly a score of years. There are no children, but have wished many times that there were. "I still like to get out and go and have a jolly time, but she refuses to go with me, says she is getting old I own a nice closed car and know no reason why she can't go. Altho she is nearly half a century old, I think she might get ambition enough to get h'erself ready and go. I would love to have her go with me. "If I go she is jealous and acts out of sorts and calls other %vornen names and accuses me of being with them! Now, I'm a farmer and hav to work hard for a living. She hai money of- her own and owns thi: farm. I am in my thirties. "TROUBLED AND LONESOME ME" How come you married a womp.1 so much older, and a divorced wo man at that? Didn't it strike yo that she might have been some what to blame in the wreck of he former marriage? It's always bes to bo careful in marrying a perso who has made a failure of one mar riage. And you should have thot, too, o the difference in ages. But all th' does not help you now, does it? Probably your wife is not in verj 8 30 o'clock"parish half tallow- U°° d health - Women of that ^ ?ng evening service. ' I °"en pass thru a very trying perio THURSDAY Mew Officers Elected by White Shrine Vlrs. M. A. H a r p s t e r Is Worthy High Priestess of Order. Mrs. M. A. Harpstcr was chosen vorthy high priestess by the mem- ers of Alchor Shrine at the meet- ng Tuesday night in the Masonic cmple. Other officers elected were C. O. Jalphide, watchman of shepherds; Miss Naldrea Hodges, noble propret- ess; Mrs. R. A. Washburn, worthy scribe; Mrs. F. H. Gage, worthy treasurer; Mrs. A. P.. Lenz, worthy chaplain;.Mrs. J. Mathewman, wor- ,hy shepherdess; Mrs. H. S. Mar shall, worthy guide. , The officers will be installed into Mice at the stated meeting on Tues day,' April 21. This meeting will be preceded b:, 6:30 o'clock covered dish dinner with Mrs. J. F. Stanfield as chair you know, and that may accoun for her lack of ambition to go ou and her jealousy. A wife or husbanc who is older than their male is quit apt to be jealous. It's a common fault under those circumstances Possibly, too, she wishes she ha children and that lack makes he unhappy. You, being younger, migh try to he both son and husband. You must be very considerate p your wife. Try to find out what \vil make her happy and then act ac cordingly. Make her see that it wi do her good to get out with yoi and that you want her. Then, if sh agrees to go, see that she has good time. Someone said the other day tha we should marry people with whon we can be close friends. Try to b a close friend of your wife's and se if you can't be liappy togetlie again. Wife Preservers Light your oven after you have he ingredients assembled, but be- 'ore you start mixing the cake. It prill then be the right temperature o bake when the cake is ready. Vlan Receives Broken Pelvis in Accident S. D. Wilds, Eagle Grove, was admitted to Mercy hospital Tuesday with a broken pelvis received when a section of a' ditch caved in on him. He was working on the pipe line. Of course one sound neutralizes another. Wait and see how the note of pessimism is stilled by the first crack of a bat against a fast one.-Wisconsin State Journal. DEPEND ON ZEMO Use soothing, healing, invisible Zemo toi- the torture of Itching Skin. This clean, reliable family antiseptic helps bring relief in thousands of homes, stops itching am' draws the heat and sting out of th skin. ZEMO has been used fc twenty years with remarkable su cess for all forms of annoying, itcl' ing skin irritations. "Relief wit first application," thousands sir 35c, GOc and $1.00. All dealers. Pupils Will Fete Former I n s t r u c t o r Educator to Be Speaker at Teachers' Convention. Mrs. Hattie Moore Mitchell of Pittsburgh, Kans., who la to apear on the convention program of tha northern central division o£ tha Iowa State Teachers association to be held in Mason City this week, will be honored Saturday evening: at a dinner given Vy a. number of her former Mason City students at the Hotel Hanford. Mrs. Mitchell who is now dean of women at the Kansas State Teachers college at Pittsburgh, was a teacher in the. local high school in 1892 and at that time had among her pupils a number of men and women who are still in the city. Among the former students who will attend the dinner are Mr. and Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley, Hugh Shepard, Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Frank. J. Hanlon, Miss Mae Sachman, Carl A. Parker, Harry D. Page, Frank R. Currie, Frank Renshaw, Miss Emma Rehm, Dr. C. E. Dakin and Mrs. Clyde Brooks. Because no list of the former/ students is available it has been requested that all former students of Mrs. Mitchell telephone cither Mrs. jT-nomi;! nr Mr. Snonanl. PREVENT BALDNESS" New treatment producer amusing rcsultM -- atof» hair from fulling facallhr oml luxuriant. Try Roto'* . . i'Jno Mo*a. Sold by Ilarbfrr anil Ucauly Slio|u. Write tor free pamphlet. ROSE'S PINE MOSS LABORATORIES BIO Wnlcr St.. Waterloo, Iowa HELPING THE HOMEMAKER -- PYRAMID DRUG CO. 428-ti Pyran.ii. Bid*, Mtntull, Mich. Ploalrb send mo a bojc p l a i n l y ·wrapped, sealed, postpaid, and entirely free. ' State- By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Lenten Menu For Dinner Halibut Steak Tartare Sauce Escalloped Potatoes · Buttered Spinach Biscuit Honey A N N O U N C I N G T H E F A M O U S Steam Treatments . at $1.OO per Treatment'' We are auHiorize'd lo give genuine Arnoil Steam Treatments . .. Individual medications for various hair and scalp conditions .. -stops falling hair . . . conditions hair for permanentsand prevents brittleness after. Cal! us for appointment.. PERMANENTS CROQUIGNOLE - FREDERICK - NESTLE MODERNISTIC - CHAR-ME - LEMUR With each $10 Frederick Wave we will give, for a limited time, an Arnoil Steam Treatment without charge. The wave will be put in with the latest 2 way volt meter, time clock machine. CHAR-ME WAVE SPECIAL To advertise this new wave in Mason City W. will give 20 of them at $7.f0. The French steam method used makes the hair soft and velvety. Get your CHAR-ME! Wave now and be ready for Easter. Harrington 'Beauty Shop 212'/j- N. Federal Avc. Phone B011 Head Lettuce and Russian Dressing Cottage Pudding Orange Sauce Coffee Halibut Steak, Browned I 1 /: pounds halibut steak, % cup flour, V» teaspoon salt, \'.\, teaspoon paprika, 4 tablespoons fat, 2 tablespoons butter, 3 tablespoons catsup. Cut fish into serving pieces. Sprinkle with flour, salt and paprika. Heat fat in frying pan, add fish and brown well on both sides. Place in baking pan. Dot with butter and sprinkle with catsup. Cover and bake 45 minutes in moderate oven. Inspect frequently and turn to allow even browning. Tartare Snucc 2-3 cup^stlff mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon lamon juice, 1 tablespoon, chopped parsley, 2 tablespoons finely chopped sweet pickles, · 1 tablespoon chopped chives or onions, 2 tablespoons finely chopped onions. Mix and chill Ingredients. Serve in small glass dish lined with lettuce. Cottage Pudlng 1% cups pastry flour, 3 teaspoons baking power, /2 cup sugar, % teaspoon salt, 1 egg, 2-3 cup mi!k, 1 teaspoon lemon extract, 3 A teaspoon orange extract, 4 tablespoons fat, melted. Mix all ingredients. Beat two minutes. Pour into shallow pan lined with waxed paper. Bake 20 minutes in moderate oven. Cut in squares and serve with sauce. Orange Sauce % cup sugar, 3 tablespoons flour, I \:i teaspoon salt, Vb cup orange ; juice, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, ,;. : cup water, 1 tablespoon butter. | Blend sugar, flour and salt. Add ' rest of ingredients and cook three minutes or until thick and creamy. Stir constantly during the cooking Serve warm or chilled over pudding FISCHER-BELSBTH · A marriage license has been Issued to Irving Belseth and Doris Fischer both of Mason City by the local clerk of court. Grace Evangelical Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. | Ben Banker, hostess, Mndison Child Study circle-School, Mrs. Frank Maillard, les- | sou. B. N. A. club-2 o'clock, Mrs. A. H. Toinby, 718 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, I Mrs. Frank Melsh, Mrs. George Tatum, Mrs. E. W.'Chamberlain, | assistants. New Idea club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Frank Kinhart, | 946 Delaware avenue northeast. Central; Heights'P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Energetic clais-- Congregational church, all day special work meeting. Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. G. B. Pray, 224 Tenth street northwest. Ceo Dee Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. W. H. McClintock, 3?3 Seventh street southeast. American Legion auxiliary-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Sorosis club-Mrs. H. W. Seevers, 12 Eleventh street northeast, lesson, Mrs. W. H. Orr. Olivet Ladies aftl-- 2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. A. D. Diercks, Mrs. C. W. Lawe, in charge. Athenian dull-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. Q. Dunn, 438 Fourth street southeast, Mrs. Tim Phalen, leader, group 2, current events. Get Together club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. A. Blsbee, north o£ city. Novel club-Mrs. Robert Finlayson, 140 Crea-' cent drive. "Courage,"'Mrs. B. D. Dunlop. W. C. T. U 2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Hanford Ladies* aid--· Postponed two weeks. Trl-Deck Bridge club-Mrs. C. A. Freeburg, 408 Fourteenth street northwest. Tusalatas-- 6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., St Patrick's party. P. E. O. DZ-- 6:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. annual dinner. G. F. S. Juniors-7:15 o'clock. Pariah hall. Beryl Grove 135 Woodman Circle-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Women's Bureau-7:30 o'clocjc. Labor hall. Olivet Queen Esther-Mrs. J. .Frost, 104 Seventeenth street southeast. Iminunuel Luther league-8 o'clock, Raymond and Richard Borup, committee. L. S. Bridge club-8 o'clock, Agnes Dormedy, 1301 President avenue northwest- How long Sin "Thi usband IS IS For a Real Change, Just Try This Flavor of Rare Coffees From Central America Twice the Richness . . . Twice the Flavor Announcements of engagements are running 20 per cent above normal in the Chicago newspapers. Almost any girl with a good job can get married now.--American Lumberman, Clucago. PLAY SAFE! KNOCK COLDS in su°rf HILL'S 4-in-l WAY Dangerous to let a COLD hang on Stop it in a hurry with HILL'. CASCARA QUININE. Take tw tiny tablets now, follow directions and IN A DAY the four mediclna agents compounded into eac HILL'S tablet will break up tha cold, make you feel fine . . . o druffgist will rtfund your monej Avoid substitutes. DEMAND THE RED BOX W HY not try a change--not just another "brand"--but an entirely different kind of coffee. Then see what he says! For certain unique coffees--grown in an -entirely different region--where Nature gives them twice the richness and twice the flavor--are steadily revising men's ideas of what is "good coffee." Famous restaurants, clubs and dining car chefs know this. And thousands upon thousands of wives, too, are turning to these rare coffees that are spoiling men's taste for less flavory kinds. From the West Coast of Central A merica We procure these unique coffees from certain tiny mountain districts shown on the map above. Only a fraction of the world's supply is grown in this famous region. A region that experts concede produces a rare tang and mellow richness not duplicated anywhere else in the world. Where nature leaves out the "rough" offensive oils. Introduced in San Francisco Years ago Central American coffee was first served in the famous Bohemian restaurants of San Francisco, where it was introduced by Folger. Travelers tasting it there were captivated by its unusual flavor. Flavor produced by a combination of rich volcanic soil, altitude, sun's rays and tropic rainfall--that is found nowhere else in the world. The Folger Test . Would you like to see for yourself just how different these coffees are--in rich- (FOLCEH PHOTO) Th« Fol gcr Coffee Htiy cr photographs a native worker transplanting young Central American CoHee trees from the nursery by hand. Cnsla Ricvn, Ccnlrnl America--In the heart o[ the district where Folger secures coltees with a rare winey tang. ness and in flavor? Here's a test that is as simple as it is fair. Tomorrow morning drink Folger's. The next morning drink the coffee you have, been using. The third morning drink Folger's again. In a morning or two you will decidedly favor one or the other; the best coffee wins. That's fair, isn't it? FOLGER COFFEE COMPANY Kansas City San Francisco Dallas CF.C.C.. 1931 V A C U U M P A C K E D O/Course!--Always Fresh

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