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April 16, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 16 1936 NINE ETY NEWS C.S.C. Council Elects Officers forComingYear Mrs. George Ludeman was re-elected president of the Mason City Child Study council at a meeting Wednesday afternoon in the American Legion auxiliary room at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Arthur Krager was named vice president and Mrs. C. W. Billings, secretary-treasurer. The CSiild Study council is composed of delegates fom the various Child Study circles in the city. MISS CLARICJTsHklvA GIVEN DINNER PARTY Miss Clarice Sheka was honored at a 7 o'clock dinner and shower Wednesday evening at the Hotel Hartford by the girls of Deckers local sales office. Gifts were given to Miss Sheka, who will be married to Joe Jordan of Mason City on April 22. Spring flowers furnished the decorations. Health Problem Should Receive More Attention By GAKRY C. MYEKS, FH. D. Child Training Expert. Looking forward to Child Health day. May 1, and to Mother's day, May 10, let us turn our attention to creating in our respective local communities more interest in the health 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. After-Easter Sale! Offering the Maximum in Fashion and Quality at the Minimum in Price! STARTING FRIDAY Stunning SUITS Fashioned with Flattering Pprecision from Select Fabrics! First Time at Each a masterpiece of fine tailoring--smart 3-piece models . . . stunning furred types . . . long or short swagger fashions . . . fitted jacket suits of menswear fabrics . . . matching or contrasting effects! Unbeatable values! Jaunty COATS Splendid Examples of Smart Styling and Expert Tailoring! Flattering plaids and checks in jaunty swagger models -- marvelous dressy types in new solid colors--smartly furred styles-mannish Chesterfields--exceptional tweeds and fleeces! Superb DRESSES Radiating a Thrilling Beauty That is Irresistible! Including Exquisite Graduation Dresses! Superb Spring hues--Luggage Tan, iris and smart grays--also exquisite May wine, powder blue, and aqua! Dainty triple sheers ... woven nets . . . gaily printed crepes . . . jacket styles in new lengths! Smart Colorful Knitted Boucle DRESSES Soft, f i n e l y woven boucle frocks in clever 2-piece fashions--adorable knitted creations in the new chalk t o n e s ! Remarkably priced! Astonishing Values in Better-Type DRESSES An opportunity to get several dresses for the usual price of one! Act promptly! Values to 512.95. of all chiildi'en and the proper care of all expectant mothers. I wish preachers woud devote a sermon to each of these subjects. Saving lives is not remote from saving souls. We read that Jesus went about healing the sick. Why don't we do more to make motherhood safer for mothers, and for the poor as well as for the rich ? Why should any community deny an expectant motther proper medical care because she lacks the funds to employ a competent doctor? When we really will have grown socially minded, proper care of every expectant mother wil be easily possible. Public Conscience. To this end women's clubs, parent - teacher associations and churches could, if they really cared, create a healthy public conscience. I wonder why the church generally has been so disinterested In the expectant mother. And I wonder why the National Congress of Parents and Teachers has never made the welfare of expectant mothers one of its major projects. Of course, there is many an expectant mother whose family budget could permit proper checking of her condition and care during her pregnancy by a competent physician, yet who does not have this care because her husband does not see the necessity of such care. His wife--bless her soul--thinks he might count her'selfish or extravagant were she to suggest the necessary expenditures. Cultivate Tender Attitude. I have often wished that fraternities and lodges and men's servlce- luncheon-clubs would launch, right in their own organizations, an educational program to lead their members to acquire a more intelligent and tender attitude toward the expectant mother. What a lot of good that might do! You see, women's clubs can't do much to change the attitude of men. Mothers, of course, might do a great deal with their growing boys to prepare them to be more considerate husbands by and by. Representing about 2,000,000 members, chiefly mothers, in local parent-teacher associations, several thousand delegates will assemble at Milwaukee, May 11-15, for the annual convention of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. Leaders of the nation in nursery 'school, kindergarten and primary education, will meet for the annual convention of the Childhood Education association in New York City, April 29-May 2. Aerial Bride Gets Student's License 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. Wieners French Fried Potatoes Jellied Spring Salad. Spice Cake Coffee, or Tea If your digestion is not good don't try this menu. But if you are O. K., wieners taste mighty good once in awhile. The jellied spring salad is refreshing, and the spice cake is a favorite at our house. I have given you the recipe before, "but possibly you have misplaced it, and then we always have new readers. Today's R«cipcs. Jellied Spring Salad.--One package lemon-flavored gelatin, one. cup boiling water, one cup ice water, one teaspoon salt, one teaspoon vinegar, one cup diced cucumbers, one cup radishes, sliced thin; one cup young onions, diced. Dissolve gelatin in boiling water and add ice water, salt and vinegar. When slightly thickened, stir in remaining ingredients. Turn into individual molds or one large mold and chin until set. Serves six. Spice Cake.--One cup brown sugar, one-half cup lard, two whole eggs, one-half cup molasses, one teaspoon cinnamon, one-half teaspoon each of allspice and cloves, one-half cup hot water, two and one-half cups flour with, which is sifted one teaspoon baking soda and one-half teaspoon salt. Bake in layers, put together with a layer of jelly and top with frosting. Brides Beware To beginners: Egg whites don't beat up well if there's the tiniest bit of yolk left in. Take it out with the point of a knife, or a bit of clean, sharp egg shell before beating. Decorating for Children For a children's party decorate with animals--either chocolate animals or animal crackers. Cover the table with a pale green paper tablecloth (the green will probably suggest grass to everyone except the children.) In the center of the table set up a candy barn or shed surrounded by a fence. To make the barn, criss-cross sticks of candy. When the sides are completed, pause and consider just how nimble afe your fingers. Tf nimble, arrange short pieces of stick candy to form a gable roof. The children, doubtless, will be just as pleased with a flat roof of crisscrossed stick candy. To avoid any danger of collapse, the barn should be glued together with a simple syrup. A log barn can be made in the same way with licorice sticks. Build a fence around the candy building, either of rock candy or gumdrops. Pyramid the candy from a rather wide base. The rock candy fence may be made of white or colored rock candy. A calico fence constructed in this same manner has great charm. For this fence, use gumdrops of all colors. Animals placed at intervals against the fence at rakish angles give the whole centerpiece a droll appearance. Scatter other animals about the table in groups or in units before each child's plate. For individual place cards, form the letters of the names of the guests in little red cinnamon candies. Place these back of each guest's plate. New Binvl. A grand new aluminum mixing bowl came out in time for Easter., Mrs. Ellis Eno ol Fort Dodge, who was married in a ceremony performed In a pl.ine and has :lnce flown many thousand miles, likes aviation so well she's learning to pilot her own ship. She received her stud e n t ' s license this week and will make her solo flight In a few days. (Iowa D a i l y P r e s s photo.) Miss Patricia Weir Bride of H. Kollasch WH1TTEMORE -- St. Michael's Catholic church was the scene of a wedding when Miss Patricia Weir became the bride of Herman Kollasch, the Rev. J. J. Hyland officiating. Russell Brady sang "Ava Maria" and "Oh 'Lord, I Am Not Worthy" 'during mass. Miss Teresa Kollasch. sister of the bridegroom and Thomas Weir. brother of the bride, were the attendants. Following the ceremony, breakfast was served to the immediate relatives. The couple left on a short wedding trip and will be at home after May 1. Visitor From Ues Mollies. ALEXANDER--Jessie Arends of DCS Moines Is spending a few days vacation in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arcnds. It holds five quarts, has a new lip from which to pour the batter, and a handy handle to hold the bowl so that it won't go slithering onto the floor. It is also light, of course, being made of aluminum and strong, and best of all, it is not expensive. Consider it as a shower present. To Bake Apples. Ann Harding, blonde screen star, suggests this way to bake apples: Peel the top half of the apple and bake in the usual way until soft, but firm. Add a spoonful of sugar to each apple, place under a broiler and brown quickly, basting once or twice. MRS. KANNENBUGG IS HONORED GUEST Mrs. Louis Kannenburg was honored at a surprise farewell party given by the Jolly Circle club at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Max Rhode, 416 Fifth street southeast, Wednesday afternoon. Five hundred was played and refreshments were served. A gift was presented to Mrs. Kannenburg, who leaves Monday for her home in Wild Horse, Colo. TRINITY LINCOLN CIRCLE PLANS TEA Trinity Lincoln circle will spen- sor 3. silver tea Friday afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30 o'clock at the P. G. and B. auditorium. A program will be presented and tea will be served. The Lincoln circle was entertained by Mrs. Vinnie Christiansn, 115 Vi First street southeast, Wednesday evening. There was a short program and business meeting and lunch was served to the 20 members and friends present. _*_ \VHITINGER-CHEHAK NASHUA--Miss Irene Chehak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Chehak, and Arthur D. Whitinger, both of Elma, announced their marriage held at the Little Brown church April 10, by the Rev. William Kent. for Baby's Cold ' z j Proved best by two -»2 generations of mothers. Say Goodbye to Dull, Drab Hair * Use Lovalon-- the odorless vegerablerinse. Aifects y o u r hair in no way except to give ic sparkling highlights, vivid coloraodsilken softness. 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