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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 9 1936 NINE Pamphlet Gives Science Lessons for Young Child By GARRY C. MYEKS, Ph. U. .Child Training Expert Every now and then the Association for Childhood Education issues an inexpensive, practical and highly authoritative bulletin of great interest and value to parents as well as to teachers. Its latest is "Science and the Young child." la it are brief articles by experts who know how to select scientific facts and make them interesting to young children. Among these articles are: "The Place of Science in the Nursery School," "Science in the Kindergarten," "Physical Science in the Elementary Grades," "Making the Most of a Meager Environment" and "Relating Science to the Child's World." Then there is a list of suggested scientific activities for young children, and science equipment and supplies and where to get them, by the science committee of the association. Elementary Science. Furthermore, books useful in nature study and elementary science are listed by'Eva L. Gordon. They cover animal life, plant life, physical science, the earth and its life, general books for teachers and parents, books 'for specific activities, books for special subjects and places, science texts and readers, guidebooks for popular use and periodicals. The bulletin may be had for 35 cents, of the Association for Childhood Education, 1201 Sixteenth street N. W,, Washington, D. C. This is a non-profit, highly professional organization, representing the leading educators of young children in this country. Parents frequently write me lor names o£ books on birds. Those parents who know birds and go with their children to see wild birds and hear their songs gain a fine companionship with their children. Good Books on Birds. This manual lists many good books on birds. Among those listed alphabetically are: "The Book of Birds." A. A. Allen. It is a readable source book, emphasizing habits, haunts and relations of birds to man. "Birds of Massachusetts and Other New England States," E. H. Forbush. "Birds," by G. Pickwell. "Birds Watching in the West," F. S Twing. "American Bird Biographies" by A. A. Allen. This gives the complete life histories of 20 familiar birds in autobiographical form for grades 5 to 8; has many colored pictures and 200 photographs. "Songs of Wild Birds," A. R. Brand. "Birds," by 3. King, a brief Jescription of North American birds, written simply and accurately; well illustrated and very inexpensive. Another inexpensive book is "Birds," by F. N. Shankland, with large illustrations of soft colors, and brief descriptions of the habits of a dozen common birds. You may find these books in your public library. The name of each publisher you will find, in the bulletin "Science and the Young Child." H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. MARY MORTON Menu Hint LUNCHEON Creamed Eggs oh Toast - Brea'd and Butter Brown Betty Milk DINNER Stuffed Ham Slice Scalloped Potatoes Pineapple Salad Creamed Onions Ambrosia Pie Tea or Coffee I am giving you a recipe fo creamed onions made with irradiated evaporated milk. A few cans of milk, condensed or evaporated, on the emergency shelf help you out when you have unexpected company and cannot easily get fresh milk. So it is well to have recipes in which you can use these aids. Today's Recipes Brown Betty.--Line a puttered baking dish with bread crumbs, put apples, prepared as for sauce, in the center, sprinkle with nutmeg. Bake in oven until apples are soft. Serve with, hard or foamy Creamed Onions.--One and one- half pints small white onions, one and one-half tablespoons butter, two tablespoons flour, one-half teaspoon salt, few grains pepper, one cup boiling water, one cup irradiated evaporated milk. Remove outer dry skin of onions carefully. Cook in two quarts boiling, salted water in an open kettle until tender, but still retaining shape. Drain thoroughly, turn into a hot serving dish and add white sauce made of the remaining ingredients. Serves five. Stuffed Ham Slice.--One large center slice of ham, four cups soft bread crumbs, one-naif teaspoon salt, two tablespoons sage, one- fourth cup melted butter, one tablespoon minced onion (if liked), boiling water to moisten. Wipe ham with a dampened cloth and remove rind." Prepare dressing by combining bread crumbs, seasonings, butter, onion and boiling water. Season well. Place in the center of ham slice and fold it over or roll. Tie or fasten in palace with toothpicks. Place in a greased casserole, cover the bottom of the pan with boiling water, cover the casserole and bake in a moderate oven, 375 degrees, for an hour to an hour and a half, until ham is tender. Remove cover during the last 30 minutes of cooking. Ambrosia Pie.--Two cups milk, one-half cup sugar, one-eighth tea- Blouse and Skirt Attractive GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY Many Possibilities in Combination of Blouse and Skirt for Variety of Costumes; Easy to Make. Here's a white crepe silk blouse and navy blue skirt that has no rival for -smart economy. You can wear it as a two-piece dress, or wear the soft blouse with your suit. And you can wear a raspberry colored sweater with the skirt. The blouse has a flattering draped neck that buttons at the back and especially interesting sleeves. The skirt has gores at the front to give it a snug hipline and graceful flare. Style No. 2S46 includes both skirt and blouse and is designed for sizes 14, 16, IS years, 36, 38 and 40-inches bust. Size 16 requires 2=s yards of 39-inch material for blouse with 2J yards of 35-inch material for skirt and % yard of 35-inch lining for camisole. Send 15 cents (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion book costs 10 cents. Send for your copy 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. spoon salt, four tablespoons cornstarch, two-thirds cup currant jelly or red raspberry jam, three eggs, separated; one-half teaspoon vanilla, one-half teaspoon lemon flavoring, one cup grated cocoanut. Heat milk in double boiler, mix sugar, egg yolks, salt and cornstarch and add to milk slowly, stirring constantly. Cook 10 or 15 minutes. Remove from stove and add flavorings and half the cocoanut. Pour into baked shell, spread top with jelly and cover with meringue made of ti- _c egg whites and six tablespoons granulated sugar. Sprinkle remaining half cup of cocoanut over and brown lightly in oven. State Tuberculosis · Association P l a n s Ninth Annual Drive DES MOINES, UP)--The state department of health said Thursday the ninth annual statewide educational campaign against tuberculosis will be launched April 16 by the Iowa Tuberculosis association. The major objective of the cam- paign will be the early discovery of tuberculosis. The campaign slogan will be "fight tuberculosis witb modern weapons." The health department also reported today a slight increase in the scarlet fever cases for the week ending April 4 when 221 cases were reported. There were 209 cases the previous week. Mumps cases, however, showed a decline. There were 191 cases compared with 202 for the week ending March 28. Student Barred From Auto. TOLEDO, (UP)--Harold Frutin- £tr, 16 year old junior at De Vilbiss high school, who admitted to the judge that he was speeding, was ordered not to drive a car until after commencement exercises in 3937. Njght Coughs checked without "dosing." New Sterling Patterns on Display · SIR CHRISTOPHER ·ROSE MARIE ·REGENCY Build your Sterling Set Start witb. a service for six. WATCHES DIAMONDS KRESGE'S- Vibrant with Color C and $ » Navy » lied * Gray « Black * Groan * Maize :w and smartly styled in iny embossed patent fin- or liiard grain. Excel- ....itly constructed with zippers, inside pockets and ither practical fittings. iy, colorful bags to match r other bright accesso- of this colorful season. Underarm, pouch or trim vanity styles. K R E S G E ' S Bright New EASTER Flower Trimmed for Smartness Flattering Easter straws you'll find irresistible! Distinctive tailored styles! Dashing sailors! Gay hats with watteau brims! They're cleverly designed, beautifully trimmed and low priced! FLOWERS A whole garden of Easter posies! Violets, gardenias, small buds--even truit and vegetable combinations. GLOVES Smart slip-ons of sott fabric make perfectacces- sories! In white and new Easter colors. Washable! Easter and Every Day! "Silkcrest" HOSIERY In all the lovely new shades Pago, Marimba, Moondusk and Toasty! Beautiful shades of beautiful hosiery! "Silkcrest" is our finer quality, full-fashioned silk hosiery that wears so well! In ringless chiffon, or medium service with reinforced tops and feet. Adorable "Betsy Belle" DRESSES 00 Sizes 4-16 Sheer organdy, dimity, f i n e handkerchief lawn! Floral prints, plaids, dots, and shadow stripes! With the daintiest of trims. Beautifully made and giiaran teed not to fade'. New for Easter TIES Htre are only a few of the grand Easter Fashions you'll find low priced ai KRESGE'S 25c to Si STORE Hundreds of new ties in a variety of fancy patterns! All are wool lined to resist \vrinkling! Under Your Easter Dress Wear this Smooth, Bias Cut SILK SLIP with shadow panel Beautifully fitted to resist bunching and wrinkling! Tailored, semi-tailored and lace trimmed styles, each with a 20" shadow panel! Seams are non-rip, double stitched.' In tea rose and white. Children's DRESS SHOES Smart-looking, comfortable and sturdy! Styles include black p a t e n t or p l a i n l e a t h e r o x f o r d s , girls' white T-straps, moccasins and wide strap slippers. Genuine leather or composition soles, Goodyear, stitched welt. For Your Easter Shirt Select a "SILKENSPUN" "Silkenspuns" are better dollar shirts! They're smart--in fresh, attractive patterns and white! They're com/brtable -- full cut without any skimping.! They're serviceable--excellently tailored of a fine quality, high count broadcloth! Regular or Non-Wilt Collars

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