The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 25, 1934 · Page 7
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April 25, 1934

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

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APRIL 25 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne Speaks Before T. N. T. Club at Dinner at Y. T. N, T. club met Tuesday evening at the Y. W. C. A. for dinner which was followed by a talk by Airs. J. J. Hawthorne, who described her experiences and observations in China and Japan. During "ie business meeting an expression of appreciation was voted to the members of the cast of "The World's All Right" for their assistance in making the play, sponsored by the T. N. T. and Tu- salata club, a success. It was announced that $125 had been cleared jointly by the T. N. T. and Tusalata clubs on the project. Bernice Boyd. Lucile Byerly, Creta Mae Ong and Lavonne Wolters were named to a thanlt-you committee. Plans were discussed for the em- Persistent Use Brings _' Pcrmansnt Relief "They Helped Me Wonde rfully'' 5375 Mrs. Edgar- Blcdsoe of 96 Cannon Street, La Grange, Georgia* "I do not suffer every month now." Try these Tablets yourself. Take them a few days before the expected period to relieve pain and discomfort. Take them regularly all through tte month and you may hope to escape the usual disturbance. Sold at all drug stores Small size 50$. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS A Tonic and Sedative for Women ployers' banquet which will be held as a joint affair witht he Tusalata club. Gretchen Merrymaii and Miss Byerly were appointed to the program committee and Arloene Janssen and Florence Hanstreel, the invitation committee. Reading Ough. to Be Made Joy and Not Duty for Family of Children By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH Mrs. Thomas was in the habit of reading to her children every day. She chose excellent books, and normally the reading hour should have been very enjoyable. But before she started she always questioned her audience as to what she had read the day before, and if the children did not at once remem- be, was apt to close the book and refuse to go on. The result was that the hour which should have been so delightful was soon positively unpopular among the youngsters, and they listened to the reading with only perfunctory attention. If children are to enjoy books and reading aloud the element of duty and edification must be eliminated. Perhaps they will not always remember what has gone before, but if so, the fault lies not in the child, but in the reader or the choice of the book. Sometimes, of course, a child's attention wanders and he misses something of importance. But he is far more apt to turn back and look for the connecting link or to inquire about it if left to himself than if examined and reproved for lack of interest. If a parent really wishes to introduce a child to the best in literature, she can accomplish the purpose best by making the classics a joy rather than a duty. It it just the element of work connected with them which makes them so distasteful to the ch'Id who is obliged to read them in school, and the chief reason for reading them to him is to take them out of the scholastic atmosphere and make them recreation. The school hours comprise enough formal education for any child, and whatever else is necessary is much more easily and effectively instilled by suggestion and unconscious guidance than by direct teaching. The blue grass belt, extending southeastward from Kentucky to the crest of the Blue Ridge mountains in Watauga, Ashe and Allegheny counties in North Carolina, ends so abruptly that the change is noticeable within 50 feet. IN OSCAR WILDE COMEDY LOIS HANSON JACK NEIGHBOR Lois Hanson and Jack Neighbor, junior college students, have the leading roles in the Wig and Masque club play, "The Importance of Being Ernest," by Oscar Wilde, which will be staged Thursday and Friday evenings in the high school auditorium. Miss Hanson is cast as the Honorable Gwendolen Fairfax and Mr. Neighbor will be -^en as John Worthing. Bits About 'Em Mrs. J. H. Marston and daughter Betty Lou, 424 Sixth street northwest, and Mrs. Ray Prusia and daughter, Mabel Joy, 113 Fifth street northwest, drove to Cedar Falls Wednesday to attend the recital of Mrs. Marston's daughter, Miriam, at Iowa State Teachers college. * * * Mrs. W. H. Spence, 110 Washington avenue northwest, is visiting her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Hartzell Spence, at Des Moines. * * * Mrs. C. H. Tice, 125 Ninth street northwest and Mrs. Dora Schneider 516 Delaware avenue northeast, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Tice's sister, Mrs. James Schneider, at Goodell. * * * Captain Walter Elliott, 623 Washington avenue northwest, is expected to return this week-end from the corps area where he has been conducting the yearly federal inspection. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fischbeck and family, 1104 Adams avenue northwest, have returned from Ottumwa where thev attended the fu- neral of Mrs. Fischbeck's father, A. B. Osier. * * * The Roy Armentrout family has moved from 23 Connecticut avenue northeast, to 516 Delaware avenue northeast. Mr. and Mrs. A. H Teeple who have been living at Rockvvcll have moved into their home which the Armentrouts had been occupying. * * * Raymond Hughes, son of Mrs. Roy E. Dull, 18 Adams avenue southwest, has been elected to membership in Beta Gamma Sigma, national honorary fraternity in commerce, at the University of Minnesota, where he is a junior. There were only six students elected to membership this year, four seniors and two juniors. Elections are basec on scholastic rankings and extracurricular activities. He is also a member of Sigma Chi, and had the highest grades of any pledge the fraternity ever had. * * * Stewart Kelsey, 2121,; North Federal avenue, was initiated into Sigma Chi fraternity at the University of Minnesota, He is a junior. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arch, 826 Tenth street northeast, left Wed nesday for Des Moines where Mr Arch will enter the veterans' hospital for treatment. Vliss Mary T. Dougan Writes Recipe Which Receives Endorsement Miss Mary T. Dougan route 1, Mason City, has just been awarded a certificate of recipe endorsement hy Better Homes and Gardens foi her roclpe, "Foamy Omelet." In awarding these certificates, it is the magazine's aim to provide recognition for the creative work done by women in their own kitchens, and also to raise the standard of accuracy and dependability of recipes as a whole. Miss Dougan's endorsed recipe follows: Foamy Omelet. 4 eggs \i cupful of water il teaspoon of salt Vs teaspoon of pepper 4 tcaspoonfuls of butter Separate the eggs and to the yolks add ; salt and pepper. Beat until light colored. Add water and beat again until thick and light. Beat egg whites until stiff and fold in the yolk mixture. Heat the butter in a frying pan. Turn in the egg mixture and cook very slowly until well puffed up and light brown o- under side. Set in a moderate oven (375 degrees) for a few seconds to dry the top. Then crease omelet through the center with a knife. Turn i the omelet over on the other half and press lightly until it will retain its shape. Turn out on a hot plate and serve at once. MEVEK-MITTAG. FENTON, April 25.--Adella Mittag, daughter of Mrs. Mary Mittag, and Fred Meyer, son of William Meyer, were married by the Rev. Mr. Kabelitz of the local Lutheran church, April 22. Loretta and Lorena Meyer were bridesmaids and Tom Schmidt and Ferdinand Meyer best men. Verdelle Boettcher and Caroline Hintz were the flower girls. A six o'clock wedding dinner was served with 50 relatives and "riends attending. The couple left Tuesday for a trip through Wisconsin. They will reside on a farm near Lotts Creek. _ ·:·_ HEED-BROWN. DECORAH, April 25.--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ethel Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown of Burr Oak, and Frank Reed, son of Mrs. Maude Reed Jacobson, also Burr Oak, by the Rev. Wulfsberg at the Burr Oak parsonage. Attendants were Miss lone Schultz and Morris Skauge. The couple expect to make their home in Burr Oak. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern SNOW Here is a favorite among our English sisters as well as American women. In early New England days the diamond was used in making 'best quilts," and the combination of diamond and hexagons make a :ood looking quilt that is used for the "state occasions." "Snow Crystals" is made of blue, soft pink and white on a light blue block, anj alternated with a plain white block. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 24 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamp or coin to Quilt c'.epart- ment, Mason City Globe-Gazette. 200 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 24. Miss Eloise G. Hall to Wed Clarence Hill Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hall of Nora Springs announce the engagement ~nd approaching marriage of their dau^'.ter, Eloise G. Hall, to Clarence] Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hill of Forest City. The wedding will take place June 2 in Minneapolis. SHOWERS GIVEN FOR MISS EVELYN BARR Miss Evelyn Barr who will be marr.'cd to Ralph Connelly soon, was honored at a kitchen shower given by Mrs. Mark Pirkl, 930 Harrison avenue northwest Tuesday evening. Bridge was played at three tables with prizes going to Mrs. Vere Connelly. Mrs. Frank Pirkl and Miss Mildred Connelly. Miss Hazel Patt- schull, 622 Kentucky avenue southeast, entertained 14 guests at a kitchen shower Monday evening for M'ss Barr. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Leo J. Carle and Mrs. Leonard Haiks- man. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Why Let Your Skin Age Protect your skin with this new wonderful Face Powder and let MELLO-GLO give you that youthful bloom. Made by a new French process--stays on longer, prevents large pores, beautifies your complexion. Does not irritate the akin or give a pasty look. Purest faco powder made. Try MELLO-GLO and you'll love it. 50c and $1. Generator Burned Out at Waterloo WATERLOO, April 25. 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