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·six 'MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 5 Safety Talk Is Given to B. P. W. Club Local Organization Plans Many Events for . March 14 to 21. Plans for the observance of National business women's week, March 14 to 21, occupied the Busi- .ness and Professional Women's club at its-meeting Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford. Mrs.. .D. H. Fitzpatrick, the speaker of the evening, outlined : the work of the safety council and urged the members to join the · Cerro Gordb .county organization · She gave statistics on the number of deaths by accident on the high!way and pointed out that it is not a right but a privilege to use the highway and said that this right, if misused, should be taken away. Mrs. : Fitzpatrick spoke-, of .the contemplated increase in the number of highway patrolmen in Iowa and praised the move. For Those Who Walk. "In March, 1936, the Cerro Gordo Safety, council was organized," she said. "It was the seventh council to join the statewide movement. There are now 40 counties allied with the state safety council and the plan-is ,tb have all of them enrolled. "The Safety: council is not only for those who drive a car, but for everyone," Mrs. 'Fitzpatrick said, and spoke of the necessity for pedestrians to observe the traffic laws, : particularly in crossing streets where red and green lights regulate traffic. She read the rules of the safety council in conculding her talk. , · · · Miss Eva Scott, president of the club, who presided during the meeting, 'appointed M i s s Joy Hidgeway, Miss Gertrude Wilson and Mrs. Julia Shipley Polts to the nominating, committee. nans for Week. Miss Lora Bishop, public rela tions chairman, announced th plans for Business Women's week which include attendance at churcl on Sunday, a tea Sunday afternoon at her home, a current events, luncheon on Thursday, March 18 and a public relations banquet Thursday evening at which Miss Helen Bennett of Chicago will be the speaker. All the business women of the city will be invited to hear Miss Bennett, who was the fust manager of the Chicago collegiate bu- icau of occupations, the originator of thei! Women's JffptUL.f air .ajad had charge of~the social science building at the Chicago Century of Progress. On .Legislation. Mis Maude Weplei, legislative chairman, spoke of action taken ---- _ · A.U.XJ.^^J., W j.j. x ij.uii.D.c;.u..fl./,j/j;'j;jjj MAKCH 5 ^H 1937 ^SIN*^^ TO BE OBSERVED Married Sixty-Four Years New Director of Girl Scouts Golden Eaglet U _ _ « . ... O _ i ' · ° HANLONTOWN Mr. .and Mrs. William Paschen observed their sixty-fourth wedding anniversary March 5 at their farm home three miles west of town. They are pioneers of Worth county^ coming here m March 1884 and settling on the farm'which has since been their home. Previous to moving here they lived in Mul- catme where Mr Paschen was engaged in business for more than 20 vear, a nH ,,,t,.TM .,,, and Barbara E. Hoffman were married by her committee in regard to th passage'of house file'No. 61 an read 'letters from Eai-1 Dean an Morgan McEnariey in regard to i Miss. Esther Schwartz, research chairman, distributed question naires sent out by the League o Nations in an effort to gather sla tistics on gainfuJJy employed wo men. Announcement was made of th state convention to be held at Ot tumwa in May and of (lie publi relations meeting.in Iowa Falls March 8. At the close of the meeting court whist was played.. " --o-PAST NOBLE GRANDS ELECT SECRETARY At the meeting of the Past Noble Grands association Thursday m the I. O. O. F. parlors, Mrs irwm Repp was elected secretary to fill the une.xpired term. The lesson on "Severing Connections and Methods of Affiliating'With the Order," was in charge of Mrs Wade Vasbinder, "Duties of In- stiuctor and Right Supporter to Noble Grand," Mrs. Wayman Closson arid Mrs. U. W. 'Davis. Jarliamentary law discussion Mrs G»orge-Hubacher and laws re rarding veteian jewel Mrs 3eorge Wendt Mrs T E Need- lam.was in charge of the meeting ind hostesses were Mrs. Willis White, Minnie Taplin, Mrs!. Ray Dean and Mrs. Robert McClintock. Mason-City Womeir Will Have Part in State Convention Zelotes Zuanna No. 30, Ladies of the Orient met Thursday night in the I. O. O. F. hall with Mrs. A. H. Ready, grand ashayhi, presiding. Plans.were made to attend the stale convention at Des Moines on May 15, with Mrs. O. C. Gundlach as convention president and Mrs Maude. Maxson, secretary, both from Mason City. Refreshments were served and a social evening was held with the members of Ihe Orientals. Mrs C j. wall and Mrs. U. W. Davis w e r e named as entertainment committee for March 18. Several members were jn attendance from Clear Lake and Ventura. --q-- OFFICERS ELECTED BY ATHENIAN CLUB Miss Margaret Kelly was elect- ' High Mark to Shoot at Set by Mrs. Carl Fick for Girls. . Mrs. Carl Fick, 1116 Virginia avenue northeast, the newly appointed director of the Mason City Girl Scouts has been engaged in Girl Scouting for . 16 years- sines she joined a troop Jn Iowa City. Her accomplishments in scouting will give the Mason City troops a high mark to shoot at, since Mrs. Fick is a golden eaglet, and was one of the two delegates from the ' covered wagon region to attend the International Girl Scout camp in Geneva, Switzerland j n i 1927. From 35 Countries. -This was one of the most enjoyable experiences of Mrs. Fick's in scouting. There were 24 girls from the United States at the camp and 250 girls in all, representing 35 countries. During the* same summer, Mrs. Fick visited Camp Andree in New. York. The outdoor .activities connect?? with Girl Scouting are the ones Mrs. Fick likes best. She has spent 13 summers at Camp Holiday in northern Minnesota where she is a counselor and teaches canoein» and camp craft. House Frock Attractive GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City ; By DIANA DAY MRS. CARL FICK Photo by Lock Before her marriage, Mrs. Fick taught history, civics and physical education at Hampton. She is a graduate of the University of Iowa Mrs. Fick had a Girl Scout troop m Iowa City and has had one in Mason City, for the past year since coming here. Need For Leader^ Mrs. Fiek hopes to have more troops than the six already organized, here and will have them as soon as leaders' are found. A training course for leaders is being planned by Mrs. Fick I 0 r the spring and persons who are interested in it may call her. In addition to troop activities the annual field day in May and the summer camp at Clear Lake are being planned for the Mason City Girl Scouts. --o-HOUSEWARMING MELD FOR O. M. VAN FLEETS Twenty neighbors and friends gathered for a' surprise housewarming at the O. M. Van Fleet's new home, 1015 Polk ^meeting Thursday at the home f Mrs M J Fitzpatrick 635 East tate street Mrs J-A Pasternak named secretary and Mrs C Smola tieasuiei Cunent vents were given by Miss Margaet Hanlon and Miss Kelly and th esson on "Commercial PhotoB aphy," by Mrs. Weber. . A gift was presented to the Van Fleets and refreshments were served at the close'-'of the afternoon by Mrs M Hoveland, Mrs. M. - Anderson and Mrs A Ford. · ' fifty-Seven New Sparkling Styles To Give Yon That "Spring A(mosphei«" DAY TIME FROCKS ·ANOTHER instance of ih a depen* Ability of our wash dre-a section extraordinary and eiclusivo values. Styles lhal are definitely designed 'importance , _ Ey»ftHino: colon.. .Lustrous Cbroni. ion Effects. ..Big tplash flowers., Saucy Geometries... Vivid Bouquet prints... Counlry Club Shlrlmatar Dest7ns...snd solid color 'weaves of unusual texture. -- ' ' __Y.'"'' ·*"· · · ·""".._ ^--·---^ : --v-_';-.v." : ~V"-'".. " . ' - . · . - " ' . · · · ' : . · . : R. N. A. HEALTH CLUB MEETING R. N. A. Health Catholic Daughters At Start of Spring Drive for Members Catholic Daughters of America have started their spring campaign for new members this week with Mrs. W. D. McCauley in charge of the drive. The court has been divided into eight teams headed by Grace Cross, Alice Edel, Gertrude Hansen, Edna Hearity, Berniece Jones Betty Maricle, Kathryn Walters and Mrs. Jimmy Fleming. The four teams getting the most members will be entertained by the four losing teams after Easter. A first report will be made to Mrs. McCauley on Sunday afternoon. Nearby towns who do not have a court of their own may be solicited for members. A special effort is being directed this week to getting reinstatements before the monthly meeting Tuesday evening. If the former members are unable to attend the meeting, their names are to be submitted so that it will not be necessary to call a special meeling. -The new class will be initiated Jie first Sunday in April, Even thhe House Frock Goes Princess With Fitted Bodice and Waist; Skirt Is Flared. Here's a smart peasant cotton* print home frock that will make you feel like a little bride. Yes! It has the new princess lines that make you appear so grand and tall. This coat-like dress is easy to slip in and out of. Easy to iron, too, for it opens out almost flat. You'll especially like the puffed- at-the-shoulder sleeves and the comfortable lower v-neekline. The pattern provides for a shawl or a notched collar as seen in the small view. The attractive pockets are useful as well. When warmer days arrive, this flattering home frock will be just the thing for the porch, working in the garden or for local shop-' Ping. ' ' It's a joy to make for it cuts in one-piece from shoulder to hem. Included in the pattern is a Detailed Picture Sewing Chart. , Style No. 2828 is designed fo- sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 35 -;8, 40 and 42-inches bust. Size 36 requires 5% yards of 35-inch material with 2i£ yards of binding. Send fifteen cents (lac), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fasm'on magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents a copy You will find it of tremendous help m selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring outfit and your early summer cottons Xou 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. Fifth avenue, New ' but P al ' tme *t, Pattern de- York City. H E L P I N G T H E ..H Q,:/y\ E M A. K E R club met at Moose hall Thursday afternoon and following the business session, bodge and 500 were played at 16 tables. High score bridge prizes went to Mrs. C. Warden and Mrs. W. H. Nutting, guests, and Mrs. Archie Woods and Mrs. M. C. Fessenden, members. In 500 the high prizes, went to Mrs. J. B. Hanner and Mrs. H. G. Pusch, guests, and Mrs, Anna-Nielsen and Mrs. Frank Finch, members. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon by Mrs. J. G. C. Johnson, Mrs. Stella Angel, Mrs. Geraldine Chamberlin and Mrs. George Deertz. The next meeting will be March 18 at Moose hall. By: MRS; BIA'RY MORTON Menu Hint. Hamburg Steak and-Onions Mashed' Potatoes Carrott, Apple, Celery Salad Cheese Pie De Luxe Tea or Coffee I've been giving you several cottage cheese pie recipes lately I realize. Well, cottage cheese is a very good food, and this graham cracker crust is delicious, too Cheese pie is a delicacy that gives the family a delightful change in desert, and we can't have too many different recipes for it. Today's Recipes. CHEESE PIE DE LUXE--One pound dry cottage cheese, three eggs, one and one-half tablespoons L I B R A R Y GIVEN USE OF R A D I O BY G. E. BROSE When George E. Brose heard that the Mason v City public library staff was planning to launch a Book Pilot of the air in the near future, he-:lent a -radio-to .^the -library f o r an indefinite period saying that he thought the staff would like to hear the programs for which they are responsible The Book Pilot published by the library staff for five or six- years was a useful bulletin. It was temporarily discontinued during the depression. Now it is welcome news to.know that it has taken wings and will sleer its way across the sky as it plowed through the troubled waters of history or sailed down the rivers of literature in the past . The library staff members are interested in the new project and are busily engaged in preparing reviews and lists of new books but they see an added potential value in the loan of the radio bv Mr. Brose. \Vith the federal work- Miss Marie Glushyn Will Present Pupils in Recital at Y. M. Miss Marie Glushyn will present a group of her violin students in recital at. the Hi-Y room of the Y. M. C. A. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A s s i s t i n g Miss Glushyn . will be Faith Darland and Dorothy Johnson. Miss Johnson Us a--pupii of : Mrs- "W.'--p. Essex. · Billy McNelly, voice pupil of Mrs. W. F. Ingraham, will give a group of songs. There will be solos, duels and quartet numbers and also a group of trio numbers by Miss Glushyn, violinist; Mrs. W. A. Storer, cellist, and Mrs. M Haaheim, pianist. flour, one cup sugar one tea poon £ £ » ·""· M -t!, h W ederal TM* 1 vanilla, one large can condensed 1 * Possible to keep the base- milk, one cua mill.- t,,° *,w_ merit room open for art exhibits Social Calendar FRIDAY G. F. S. Teen Afre group-B o'clock, St. John's parish hall, pot luck supper. Our Saviour's Lutheran league 7:30 o'clock church. Queen Rcbekali lotlffc-- 7:30 o'clock, f. Q. O. F. hall Bethlehem Walthcr Icajruc-- P. G. and E. Ed and Narvin Schaper, serving, Katherine Fischer and Anna Groh, entertaining. Roosevelt-Jackson IVIinstre! show 7:45 o'clock, Roosevelt auditorium. B. A. R. E. Auxiliary-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Funior Leffion Auxiliary-1:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 club- · ---1*~ --mi LviikAcnaei milk, one cup milk, two tabl°- spoons butter, 10'graham crackers Put cheese through a sieve. Add condensed milk. Mix half the sugar with beaten egg yelks, other half cup with flour, and add to cheese. Add milk and flavoring. Fold m stiffly beaten egg whites. Roll crackers, melt butter and put into tin to form crust. Pour in cheese mixture and'bake in slow oven one hour. Best results will be obtained if mixture is beaten with electric beater, beating after each addition. APIUCOT CAKE -- One-fourth , c u rooms, to work on quilt blocks Mrs. Herschel and scrapbook, Gore, hostess, cffree of Honor Juveniles-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall. SATURDAY Broivniriff society-Bovaird tearooms, Mrs. L , rs. Minor, Mrs. Grace Titus, hb=t- esses, Miss Inez Gwynn, Miss Marie Mendenhall, lesson. COMPLETE Optical Service Thorough eye" examinations should be a yearly habit. -- e - o u r teaspoon each allspice, cinnamon ginger, cloves; three eggs, separated; one-half cup butter, one and one-half cups brown sugar, two cups flour, one teaspoon baking soda, one teaspoon baking powder one cup stewed apricots, one cup walnuts, one-fourth teaspoon salt one cup sour milk. Cream butter and sugar, add egg yolks and spices, then dissolve baking soda in sour milk. Next sift flour, baking powder and salt together three times. Add sifted ingredients, beat thoroughly and add stiffly beaten whites. Then add stewed apricots and nuts and beat again. Pour into two 9 inch tins and bake 25 minutes at 365 degrees. BUTTER CUSTARD FROSTING. _ On-fourth cup sugar, one tablespoon butter, one-half tablespoon flour one egg, one-half cup milk. Cook until thick, then add one-quarter pound creamed sweet butter and half a cup powdered sugar beaten together. -- o -MEETING is HELD BY ALUMNAE NURSES Mercy hospital alumnae nurses met Thursday afternoon at the Soda Grili and following the business meeting, plans for the annual homecoming to be held in May were discussed. The remainder of the time was spent informally. -- o-LOYAL EIGHT CLUB MEETS FOR BRIDGE Loyal Eight ,club members met at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Van- rfm«Kn«** rioi TT _____ it_ . . - o p e n for art exhibits and the radio will be kept in that room and the federal worker in charge will be asked to turn the dial to educational and inspirational programs that people who are down town may like to hear. --o-WOMEN OP MOOSE MEET AT HALL Mi-s. E.' R. McCIain presided at the meeting of the Women of the Moose Thursday evening at Moose hail :n the absence of Mrs. Irving Elstad Miss Mae Haddy was ap- poinled rliualisfic chairman anrt ivirs. i,. Ci. Bird was advancer! to , . The pupils who will lake part include Shirley Skipton, Roger Bennken, Clarence Johnson, Pauline Soumas, Nancy Robinson, Donms Klempnauer, Dagny Johnson, Jack Tandy, Lynn Rohde, Hazel Karnels, Elaine Brunsvold Billy McNelly, Wanda Bishop, Edward Lembeke, Helen Zanios and Fern Allen. Miss Darland and Johanna Nelson will play the accompaniments. The program ;s open to the public. KILL KAKE KLUB MEETING CONDUCTED Kill Kare Klub met at the W. W. Wilkinson home Thursday evening for a program which included music by the club orchestra and open discussion on the sit-down strike with all the members participating. The next meeting will be held at the Joe Gullickson home. Refreshments were served. 3rd Annual Show Given at School Roosevelt-Jackson Minstrels Performance Staged b y P . T . A . The third annual minstrel show presented by Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A., under the direction o£ Mrs. Leon H. Woodsvard, was given to a capacity crowd Thursday night at Roosevelt school. From the opening to the finale, Ihe end men and black faces provided fun and the quartets and solos were enjoyed by all. The program opened with "Plantation" sung by the mother's chor-' us and "Seven Eleven" by the men's chorus. A feature number was done by Tambo. Rastres, and Stripped Gear singing "Guess What," and "O Susana." Mush Mouth sang "Buck and Wing" while the mixed quartet sang "Lassie Mine" and "Out of the Dusk," The "Tiny Tols" from Beth Carter's Dancing School did their numbers well, little Betty Schnidt, a three year old, being the favorite with the crowd. Every feature was outstanding but Mandy Lee singing "Tall Dark and Handsome" had her audience in an uproar and was forced to return three limes. The four soloists, Gardenia White singing "Alexander," Glen Stubbs, "Meet Me Tonight in Dream Land," Stripped Gear "Sax O Phum," Hy z Pockets, "King of the Deep," and Bones and 8- Ball -"Raising the Ruckus Tonight," were well received. The men's quartet sang "De Prognasticling Brudder" followed by Mandy Lu with "Money and You." "Peggy O'Neil" was an ensemble number followed by "Sing, Sing, Sing," a tap dance by Arlene Wood, with the chorus assisting. A good night chorus completed the program of fun. The show is to be repealed Friday night at the Roosevelt Auditorium. TEACHERS GUESTS AT DINNER PARTY Mrs. J. o. Gilberlson and son, David, entertained the Monroe teachers at dinner Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at their home, M.SU Jefferson avenue northwest. Following the dinner, bridge was played with prizes going to Miss Geneva Smaby and Miss Myrna LaHue. Guests were the' Misses Smaby, LaRue,. Mary Ellen Lydon, Betty Mairs, Blanche Ely, MabeiJ Durfey, Nellie McGuire, Elizabeth Haas and Emma Rehm. _o-ARNOLD CROWLEY HONORED AT PARTY Twenty-five school mates and friends attended a party given in the observance of the eighth birthday of Arnold Crowley at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Frank Crowley, 1212 Carolina avenue southeast, Thursday evening. Games were played, the prizes going to Mary Jean Carlson and Dick McDermott. A luncheon was served by Mrs. Frank Crowley Mrs. Jesse Whitman, Mrs. John Crowley, Miss Evelyn My rick a n d ' Miss Lois Gephart. EVENING PASTIME CLUB ENTERTAINED Mr. and Mrs. Max'Homey entertained the Evening Pastime club at the Fred Heddens home and after a short business session 500 was played. High score prizes went to Mrs. W. R. Fisher and Edwin' Doescher and low to Mrs. Fred Heddens and Harold Ames. The next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. Ames at Clear Lake. Guests were Mrs. Margaret Hartz and Archie Elsbury. --'"« ·· «i au.vuiii.1 the office of past regent. It was announced that quilting will be done at the hall March 10, drill practice will be March 15 and a benef.t dinner, March 31. Mrs. Willis Harris served refreshments assisted by Mrs. Harry Ward. Mrs. Jtt. Lr Pusch will be chairman for March 18. --o-RUTH LEAMER CLUB STUDIES PICTURES At the meeting of the Ruth Learner club Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Ervie Smtih 219 Twenty fi rs t street southeast. When the paintings, "Christus" and · Christ in the Temple" by Hoffman were discussed by Ruth Dittke. Mrs. Ed Neu and Miss Alma Ogeson were guests. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. STANDARD BEARERS MEET AT BARTLETTS Standard Bearers met Thursday at the home of Marjorie M A C E S Smith Optical Co. 2 " EAST STATE cast, -----o «» ..m, nwinc ui miirjone Bartlett, 310 Jefferson avenue northwest An amateur program was held. Each member brought a guest and a number of new members joined the club. Games were played and a lunch was served There will be a second meeting during March. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT OSAGE AV;T -- -- ;·" -- -«jr" v m i - i OSAGE--Licenses have been is- T h n r H ? Jl StrCCt north - SUed here to Olivc Warner, 20 .Tl u . rs _ d , ay ^ . a£tel 7 1 9°". w^n TMd Leonard Gate, 27, Austin Minn.; Lawrence Amundson, 21, r .~' -.."*^««j ui.uuiiiuon wnen bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Wayne Pierce and Mrs. Edith Kipp. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Mark Harpster SI I was a L guesU ' - -- ·· ·** *-!**.« "iimiiusun, ;:i, Taylor's Falls, Minn., and Myrtle A I ?,f 1Ty ' 20 ' st - Pa "'; Hheinhart Achilles, 27, Faribault, Minn., and faelma -Hoidahl, 18, Cannon Falls, Minn. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVC.ov P U R C H A S E D H A T S That Bloom in the Spring, Tra-la! Have everything to do with Ihe success of your Easter costume. We'll help you select a flatter' ing bonnet that will make you rejoice all over again that Spring is just around the corner. /^ J .98 and Better ^H^^?^)'^^^V'"^-tTl^-*^r^^'^^^'?^^""'i^t'"?^T^?:'j-^ Included in this price group are Bretons, berets, rolled brim sailors, pill boxes--every enchanting new shape and color. Our styles are very carefully hand picked and are the last word in'millinery elegance. "SEE YpU TOMORROW" -iffi 1 · ;^f ? t I m if

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