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April 10, 1936

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 10 B§ 1935 MVE ORIGINAL MUSICAL COMEDY WILL BE STAGEI^BYCOLLEGE;Y' Collegiate Chorines to Be Featured Three Dance Ensembles Will Enliven "PicalillT at High School. Entertaining features of the College "Y" musical comedy to be staged Monday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the high school auditorium will be the three numbers of the chorus under the direction of Miss Babe Kropman. The dancers, attired in attractive costumes, will perform a waltz klog. "On a Sunday Afternoon," a tap number. "The Words 'Arc in My Heart." and a soft shoo dance, "Moonlight and Magnolias." In 'the ensemble arc the Misses Madeline Miles, Gretchen Bohning, Margaret Vaughn, Lucille Winnie, Helen Fischbeck. Phyllis Knapp, Mary Jane Quinn, Frances Gashcl. Mary Helen Gross.. Beth DeVoc. Mary Blomgren and Ardith Lock. The Misses Vaughn and Avis McArthur are accompanists. The comedy, "Picalilli," was written by Miss Vaughn, assisted by Miss Faith Darland and Miss Dc- Voe. Mrs. Charles Grippen is directing the production, assisted by Miss DeVoe. Miss Luelda Carlcton served as play advisor. i In addition to the regular pcr- \ formance for the public Monday \ evening, there will be an afternoon \ iresentation at 4 o'clock for stu- DELTA ALPHA CLASS TO MEET SUNDAY Delta Alpha class will meet at a o'clock Sunday morning with the class teacher. Mrs. James E. Blythe at her home 431 First street southeast, instead of at the Congrega tional church. SOCIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock. Moose hall. ' SATURDAY Degree of Honor Juveniles-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Ben Hur Juniors-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Order of the Rainbow lor Girls-6 o'clock. Masonic temple, pot luck supper, meeting at 7 o'clock. State Convention Reports Given at Auxiliary Meeting Veterans of Foreign Wars auxil- arv met Thursday evening in the ubrooms with Mrs. Harry Ditch in iar"e Reports on the state meet- ng at Fort Dodge were given by Irs. B. H. Pixley and Mrs. Otto Cnglebretson. Plans were made for a pot luck inner to be held at the next meet- i" for auxiliary members and their usbands. The regular meeting and card party will follow. Mrs. Engiebretson was appointed hairman of a standing committee or refreshments. Plans for a card arty to be held in May were dis- usscd. Refreshments were served at the lose of the evening by Mrs. Ditch. *'EoncIed" MrsxiMtK r.nll at j-finr home. BITS ABOUT 'EM C. L. Smith and family. 325 Penn ylvania avenue southeast, will at- end a family reunion Easter Sunday at the home of his daughter Mrs Walter Timmerman at Shef ield. Clyde V. Smith will arrive Sat urday morning- from Evanston, 111. Saturday to attend the reunion. Mrs. F. M. Zeiger and daughters. Peggy and Marion, have returned to iicir home in Garner after a visit at the G. W. Bartmcss home. 206 North Federal avenue. Mrs. Zeiger and Mrs. Bartmcss are sisters. Starr Yclland. student at the University of Iowa, is spending his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Yelland, 215 Jefferson avenue northwest. li: ~ * Mrs. Louis Lipp of Omaha has arrived for a visit with her parents_, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kropman, 325 Seventh street northwest. * * * Ross Smith is spending his vacation from the University of Iowa with his parents, Mr. and Mrs George A. Smith, 819 East State street. * * * Mrs. Dora Schneider has returned to her home in Garner after a visi" with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Ann entrout, 405'i North Federal avenue. COUPLES GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSES NEW HAMPTON-- Licenses to wed were issued to Harry G. Lytl and Mary Lloyd, both of Cambria Wis ' Donald F. Wirtz and Jeanett Irene Haase, both of Parker, £ Dak. Mrs. Young Re-Elected at Central D arent-Teacher Association Hears Talk Given by Police Matron. Mrs V E. Young was re-elected president of Central P. T. A. at a meeting Thursday afternoon at the school. Mrs. John Senneff, Jr.. was named first vice president; Mrs. G. 1 Keister, second vice president; Mrs. R. J. Crawford, secretary: Mrs. A M. Ady, treasurer. Miss Hazel Coon, Mrs. G. R. Ludeman and Mrs. T. Faktor served on .he nominating committee. The program included three songs by Miss Marguerite Leutenegger's fifth grade sextet, piano solos by Jean McDowell and Burton Gindler, tap dances by Irene Sweeny, Shirley Whitney and Ruth Ann Sanders. Mrs. V. E. Young and Mrs. A. M. Ady gave reports on the district convention at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Guy Davis, city police matron gave a talk on her work in the city and told of the type of person the city requires for this position She gave an insight into tne changing social life of the young people of today. Mrs. V. E. Young and Miss Hazel Coon were presented gifts from the p. T. A. in appreciation of their work in the past year. Mrs. H. J. Blewett made the presentation speech. . The committee for Central school summer roundup work for the kindergarten children was appointed Mrs. R. E. Romfey is chairman ami the roundup will be held Apnl 2,3 Refreshments were served by Mrs L. T. Bowen and her social committee. WIFE PRESERVERS PLANTS e e a LARGE AH Other Flowers Priced Reasonable BEAUTIFUL WHITE With Every Order of $2.00 or Over WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS Phcni-223 10 First St. N. W. Phone 2500 If you are frying chicken, take he pieces of chicken out of the fat, when done, and drain on heavy irown paper. The paper will absorb he excess fat, leaving the chicken lisp. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MKS. MARY MORTON Menu Hint Orange Juice Prepared Cereal with Rich Milk Creamed Eggs 'on Toast with Crisp Bacon jelly Coffee Milk This is an Easter breakfast for the children. They are served with milk, of course. The coffee is for the adults. An appropriate and pretty centerpiece would be a large Easter bunnie hovering over a basket of colored eggs. We usd to put a round mirror in the center of the table, surround it with shredded green paper, resembling grass, and put tiny ducks, geese, chickens and rab bits in it at intervals, also duck! and swans to swim on the mirror pool. When our son was small he thought the mirror was real water, he said. Celluloid birds and bunnies may be purchased for very small sums. 2 Former Mason Cityans Receive P. E. 0. Offices Of interest here is the organiza- ion of a new P. E. O. chapter in chenectady, N. Y., in which two iembers of Mason City chapter GN Iar]orie Brisbine Haselton ot chnectady and Marjorie Highe Din f Albany, took an active part. The promoter of the new chapter ailed T was Mrs. Silyd McClusky f Scarboro N. Y., state organizer, nd Mrs. Hazleton was elected pres- dent of the chapter and Mrs. Dill, vice president. They will be delegates to the state convention at he Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City May 14, 15 and 16 where hey will receive their charter. Thirty-two P. E. O. members attended the organization meeting and uncheon. Among the notables were «Irs. Effie Cheney Van Qsterand, ·Tew York state president, Mrs. Florence Wright of Staten Island, vlrs. Lucille Shields of New York, Mrs Leila Moore of Ithaca, past president, Mrs. Minnie Knighton of Brooklyn state corresponding secretary. The officers of chapter A of Highland, N. Y., assisted in the in- tiation. Date of Field Meet for Girl Scouts Is Postponed to^May 9 At the meeting- of the Girl Scout community council Thursday it was voted to change the date of the field meet for Girl Scouts from May 2 to May 9. The field meet is held annually for Girl Scouts in North Iowa and notification of the change will be sent to the troops participating. Today's Kecipes Creamed Eggs on Toast--Hard boil the necessary number of egg and let cool. Take off shells and cu in pieces. Make a cream sauce and put the diced eggs in and heat. Poui over toast. To make it prettier, sep crate the yolks from the whites o. the hard boiled eggs, and cream ttii whites only. Poor over toast ani sprinkle with the crumbled yolks. Use Hot Water. Melt butter over hot water. But ter burns easily and changes in col or and flavor over direct heat. A large cup or small saucepan which fits into the top of the tea kettle is handy for this purpose. Maple Syrup Frosting One cup granulated sugar, one cup maple syrup, one-eighth teaspoon cream of tartar, two egg whites. Stir the sugar, syrup and cream of tartar over a moderate fire till melted, cover (to prevent the formation of crystals on the edge of the pan) and boil for five minutes. Test at this point for the hard ball stage, which takes from five to eight minutes. Or cook to 242 de- Tees. In testing:, always remove the pan from direct heat. Pour slowly over the egg whites, stiffly beaten, and beat till cold and thick, a matter of five minutes. Parents Should Not Interrupt Their Children By GARRY C. MYERS, I'M. D. Child Training Expert It was Saturday, nearly lunch time. My 13 year old boy had slept all morning ami had just come down the stairs. Laughingly he was telling how he had planned to do everything backwards. "I had my slippers at the head of the stairs ready to come down in them backwards. Just as I was ready to get into them Rags (the Scotty) grabbed--" "You look terrible!" his mother broke in. Well, he did--shirt tail ut, hair tousscled, face unwashed. But the lad was vexed: and so 'as 1.1 even half rebuked the moth- r after the boy returned upstairs. _ater he came to lunch, where he merely grunted when spoken t o. Vhen asked why he acted so he ran'kly referred to the interruption nd then classed it as a habit, re- ailing several like offenses in most f which I was the sole transgres- or. Apologized to Him. His mother apologized to him; so did I. Also I volunteered that he might feel free to fine and collect i nickel from me for each future jimilar offense of mine. And my wife almost beat me to it with the same proposition. Less than five minutes had passed before he collected his first nickel --and it was from me; not from his mother; she has more self-control. The boy immediately brightened up and became almost hilarious for aours afterwards. He will probably collect more nickels from me unless he should relax his vigilance. , I very much dislike to make this ) confession, but I do so hoping other parents may try the nickel stunt. Try Self Discipline. Now you know very well that this boy's parents are now trying to exercise more self-discipline in respect to interrupting their children. A3 for the latter, they have profited and improved in courtesy. I remember having lost several other nickels in my family. For example, my daughter, when about 10, had acquired serious dawdling habits on school mornings. At last I volunteered never to say "hurry" agam to her, and proposed the fine for me. She collected very soon. But I should add that she also faced a penalty for leaving home for school a single minute late. She CHARMING WASH FROCK GLOBE-GAZETTE PEERLESS is CENT PATTERN 180 Fifth Avenue, New York City by DIANA DAY Simple Lines of This Dress Makes It an Easy Job for the Inexperienced Seamstress Every woman knows she can't have too many little day frocks that will tub and tub and still come up smiling. Today's smart model, suitable for home tasks, porch, beach, etc., is very wearable and incidentally slimming to the heavier figure. It has the favored V-neck. It's not a scrap difficult to sew. See small diagram! .Cottons make up charmingly in this style. For a slightly dressier model, attractive for a little local shopping, beach or holiday wear, tub pastel silks, or linens are de- Ightful medums. Style No. 3240 is designed for sizes 36. 38, 10, 42. 44, 46 and 48-nches bust. Size'36 requires 3' ; i yards of 39-inch material with % yard of 2- inch ribbon for bow. Send fifteen cents (15c) (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 patctrn together 25 cents Do not. send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. Grade Pupils Demonstrate Class Work Harding Association Elects Mrs. Werley Head for New Year. Mrs. R. F. Werley was elected president of Harding P. T. A. at its April meeting Thursday evening at the school. Mrs. Joe Sberal was named vice president and Mra. L. A nderson, secretary-treasurer. The program opened with a demonstration of English work by the pupils of the sixth grade, taught by Mrs. Blanche Skovlin. Orchestra Music. Music was furnished by the Harding orchestra led by W. A. Storer, explaining the use of his new books. never had to pay the penalty, since she was never late again. I'm for setting standards and, LEONA TH03IAS GIVES DINNER 1 Leona Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Thomas, 812 Third street southwest, entertained seven of her classmates at Wilson school at a 6 o'clock dinner party Wednesday evening. A yellow and green color scheme was -carried out and the Easter motif was used in -'.he decorations. The time was spent informally. Guests were Shirley Van Note, Mary Ewald, Marybelle Jackson; Ruth Cook, Marjy WiUey. Jacqueline Hennesy and. Gertrude Gregerson. ·.. CENTRAL HEIGHTS CLUB AT MEETING Central Heights club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Harry Adams with Mrs. Adams ar.d Mrs. Vern Cawley serving. Mrs. M. F. Renshaw and Mrs. B. J. Molter won the prizes. The next meeting will be April 23 with Mra. F. Frenz and Mrs. Irvin Pope as hostesses. JOLLY CIRCLE CLTJB IS ENTERTAINED Jolly Circle club was entertained by Mrs. Anna Colic-ton. 210 First street southwest, Thursday afternoon. The time was spent informally and refreshments were served. Mrs. Tom Cookman and Mrs. Lester Cookman were guests. Visitor From California. RUDD--Mrs. Carrie Radloff, former resident of Long Beach, Cal., came Wednesday to visit her brother, Henry Schroeder. Mrs. Henry Schroeder went to Marshalltown to visit her sister. Mrs. Anna Pvosen- kranz. Visitors From Wisconsin. WHEELERWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. Gecrge Claude and children of Wisconsin spent Wednesday in the Henry Edgington home. Mr. Claude is a sister of Mrs. F,dgington. Mush Biscuits Three cups white flour, salt, two cups warm com meal mush, one cake yeast foam. Make a "well" in the flour and salt, into which pour the mush, a large measure. Soften yeast and pour into mush when cool enough. Mix all into a soft dough. Let rise until morning. Roll out carefully, cut into biscuits, place in well greased pan and bake 20 to 30 minutes in moderate oven. These should be soft inside. Serve with butter and syrup. These biscuits are unusual and have been made by three generations of a family, but by on one else, a member of that family states. Emergency Table "In order to serve about 16 people in a small apartment, 1 have found it practical to use card tables in the living room. Attach four card tables to each other in a straight line, joining them by screen door hooks about two inches long at each side of the tables. This makes a sturdy table whicli won't shake or collapse." This useful hint is given by a clever housewife who entertains frequently. Turn 'Era Off Neglected electric irons frequently are the cause of fires. Make it a rule to turn off the current when you leave it, no matter how briefly. 20 Ton Disc for 200 Inch Telescope Safe at Its Destination PASADENA. C"I. ».T)--The 20 ton disc for the Ml. Palomar 200 inch telescope arrived safely Friday at the end of a 3,300 mile train journey across the nation. The special freight train carrying the largest glass casting in the world completed the last leg of its run from San Bernardino. Cal., to Lamanda Park, Pasadena suburb. Preparations were started to load the casting on a low backed truck to carry it eight miles to the building on the California Institute of Technology campus where for the next three or four years it will be ground and polished. Mothers' Club Meets. GORDONSV1LLE. Minn. -- The Mothers' club met a t ' the schoolhouse Thursday afternoon. After the business meeting the pupils gave a program and lunch was served by Mrs. 11. R. Buchanan. Mrs. S. P.. Buchanan and Mrs. F. H. Pierce. when necessary, assigning penalties and enforcing them. I am also mil- ing to set some standards for myself and, because I must acknowledge my own frailties, to subject myself to penalties. Holy Name Society to Attend Mass at St. Joseph Church Because Sunday is the regular Communion Sunday for the Holy Name society of St. Joseph's par- seh, as well as Easter Sunday, the organization will attend the S o'clock mass at St. Joseph church and receive communion in a body. Following- mass, breakfast will be served in the parish hall. W. B. Hughes, president of the society, has asked that all members attend this special Easter event. MRS. H. S. MARSHALL HOSTESS AT PARTY Mrs. H. S. Marshall, worthy high priestess of Alchor shrine, No. 6, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, entertained the officers of Alchor shrine and dinner chairmen at a 1 o'clock bridge' luncheon on Thursday at her home. Covers were laid for 25 and Easter decorations were used. Those receiving prizes included Mrs. Archie W. Woods, Mrs. C. P. Sheets, Mrs. C. W. Haase, Mrs. George O. Farrar and Mrs. Jess Mathewman. ,j. LODGE-WEDEKING GLARKSVILLE---Bernard Lodge, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Lodge of Clarksville and Miss Esther Wede- Idng, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wedeking of Shady Dell, were married by the Evangelical pastor, the Rev. A. W. Satory, at his home here, April S. Their attendants were the bridegroom's brother, Irwin Lodge, and the bride's sister, Miss Alma Wedeking. A 6 o'clock dinnei was served to 25 relatives at the farm home of the bride's parents. They will live in Clarksville. MRS. WALLACE' ALLEN HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Dave Garlock and Mrs. Clifford Lewis entertained at tea Thursday afternoon at the Garlock home. 902 Harrison avenue northwest, honoring Mrs. Wallace Allen, who is moving from the city soon. There were li guests and a handkerchief shower was held for Mrs. Allen. Girl R e s e r v e s of Monroe 7th Grade in Play "Lil' Black Heliotrope," presentee by the Monroe seventh grade Girl Reserves at the Y. W. C. A. Thursday evening, won the approval ot the audience which attended the performance. The play will be re peated next week. The play is set in the house o Miss Elvira Prichard in Kentuck; a year before the beginning of th Civil war. Rosie Goldstein playe' the part of Lucy Hamer; Betty Pet erson Heliotrope; Dayle Phillips Amanada Jackson; Lorna Wool worth, Sophie Jackson, and Maxto Rheingans, Elvira Prichard. The cast performed well unde the direction of Miss Mildred Hotch kin and Miss Grace Larson. In addition to the play a readin was given by Madeline Baker an ap dances by Mary Scney, Bett Armstrong and DeLoris Sherwood Delegates Report on Conference at Tusalata Meeting Tusalata club met for dinne Thursday evening at the Y. W. C. and .during the program, reports o the business and industrial girl week-end conference were given b Alma Anderson, Ruth Olson and Er tlier Baker. The main addresses of the confer cnce were on "Security Yesterdaj Today and Tomorrow," the theme o the meeting, "The Y. W. C. A. as Women's Movement," "Making the Most Out of Life" and "Looking Forward." Plans for a, mother-daughter banquet May 15 were discussed. This will be a joint affair with the T. N. T and Crescent clubs. The next Tusalata meeting will be April 16. SPILLVILLE COUPLES April 16. Mr. Storer demon- D lans Made to Give Easter S e r v i c e at St. James Church St James Luther League will ponsor a special Easter service unday evening at 7:15 o'clock. The program will include a piano olo by Mrs. O. Mall, vocal solo by Csther Schwartz, violin duet by Carlton Rohr and Claire Bemis. Margaret Stephan will lead the opic, "The Glory of Christ's Rcsur- cction." A one act drama, "The Altar Fire," will be. presented by Margaret Stephan, Helen Buehlcr, Carlton Mall. Melvin Fcrr, and Elmer Barnosky. The service is ipen to the public. ASKELAND-TORKELSON GARNER--A marriage license A-as issued Tuesday to Ingvald Aske- and, 26, Buffalo Center, and Lavina Tc-rkelsc-n, 23, Forest City. stratc to'the Harding community at the school, how to become a musician in a very few lessons. The guest speaker was Mrs. C. R. Marsh. Her topic. "Home As a Cultural and Spiritual Center." She said "the home should be a haven of stability and a laboratory for child behavior. As a spiritual center the home should develop honesty, purity unselfishness and love. These should be taught by precept and example." She said, "be as courteous to your child as you expect him to be to you." Miss Decker, principal, announced Harding- summer roundup to be held at the school Monday morning, April 20 at 9 o'clock. Betty Jane Greenlee gave two tap dances. Committee Chosen. Committee chosen to decide on sixth grade entertainment for this year include Mrs. Fritz Gaffri, Mrs. D. Roberts, Mrs. G. Menke and Mrs. A. Hewctt. Mrs. R. F. Werley announced Child Study circle meeting to be April 15 at 7:30. The P. T. A. voted to send two girls to Girl Reserve camp. The committee on selecting girls was appointed to include Miss Decker, principal; Mrs. Paul Loomis and Mrs. Ed Dunlop, Report of the Fort Dodge convention was given by the delegate, Mrs. H. H. Boyce. Refreshments were served by the kindergarten mothers. Americanism: Urging Junior to speak softly like a little gentleman: keeping the radio wide open so he must howl to be heard.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS--SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SAT1SFACTIOH WITH IVEBT PURCHASE Flower Trimmed or Tailored WILL BE MARRIED SPILLVILLE -- Announcements of the approaching weddings of Ed. Wagner. Gladys Huber, Adolph Panes, and Margaret Kuhn was made at the St. Wenceslaus church. 13th and S. Federal Ave. All kinds of SHRUBS, PLANTS, etc. Easter Flowers OPEN SATURDAY, A P R I L I H h Open Evenings and Sundays Others at $1 to $6.95 Felts, straws and combinations. All spring shades. Smart, new turbans, brims and sport types. NEW STETSON HATS -- Just Arrived! These smart styles now on display. Print, Topper, Suiter, Gala-Day and Swashbuckler. Light and dark colors. All headsizes. PRICE RANGE FROM .......... to "SEE YOU TOMORROW" EVA (EVE) L. MIEGER Formerly With Lillian Reid's Beauty Shop ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THE 'NELLO BEAUTY SHOP 406-7 (Fourth Floor) I. 0. F. Building Complete Beauty Service Telephone 1245

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