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March 24, 1931

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

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MARCH 24 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL OPENS WITH LARGE ATTENDANCE MUSICAL PROGRAM PRECEDES LECTURE Mrs. Campbell Makes Tempting Dishes at Class. The auditorium of the high school · was crowded to capacity for the opening class of the Globe-Gazette cooking school, held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Campbell. The hour before the start of the class was a social affair with a musical program furnished thru the Vance Music company. Miss Betty Senneff played a number of piano selections during the afternoon. She wil entertain again Wednesday, the second day of the cooking school. At 2 o'clock, Mrs. Ruth Campbel was presented to the audience of the, cooking school and she immediately started in with the scheduled recipes for the day. It was explained at once that the purpose of the school is not to give an exposition of all there is to know about :the art of cookery, but rather to* offer little ideas and suggestions for making housework easier and more fascinating. Explains Dishes. The following dishes were explained and demonstrated before the audience: Fruited baked ham, pie crust, chocolate bon bon filling, meringue, different toasts, fruit and cheese salad, minute man muffins, hot snow balls, waffles, taffy WITH ALL THE BRAN OF THE WHOLE WHEAT... Blanchard's SILVERWARE Was Selected by Mrs. Ruth Campbell ^ - . . . ,.. SJ jloJL!-i-^_Mgaiai--d-.--.i ,: -f.-rr-^stK^--^ -^ff^*~~^i~t^. ·j-jjjn-*- . · « -., J Tfor use in meperfeeftable setting to be shown at the Globe-Gazette March 24,25 and 26 BECAUSE of the representative stock of s p l e n d i d plated and sterling patterns on display. AGAIN-- \ Hermanson Bros, and Sanitary Dairies' PASTEURIZED MILK Were Chosen For Demonstration at the Globe-Gazette Their pasteurized milk has been used exclusively in t h e cooking school for many years--because of its quality. Drink more milk--but be sure it's safe--pasteurized. apples, essentials in making good tea, honey cream salad dressing. Merchants of Mason City have cooperated with Mrs. Campbell in supplying the necessary equipment to furnish an attractive and serviceable kitchen and dining room. The rooms, which have been arranged on the auditorium platform, are model in their neatness and'con- venience. Answers Questions. Time was allowed for the answer- Ing of questions on blanks provided for the purpose. Mrs. Campbell answered theae questions in an especially clear and graphic manner. At the conolusion of the class, the listeners went to the platform to ex- amine.the products used and inspect the appliances as well as to see at close range the dishes prepared. The second class of the cooking school will take place Wednesday afternoon at the high school auditorium at 2 o'clock at which time Mrs. Campbell will discuss further time and labor-saving devices to be used in the kitchen and will again demonstrate a number of new recipes. Social Calendar MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PEACTICAL PATTERN 'TUESDAY .usiness Girls-6:30 O'clock, Y. W. C. A. banquet 'resbytertan Seniors-7 o'clock, church, treasure hunt. lilwaukeo Women's club-Postponed .one week. Vomen o£ Mooseheart Legion-8 o'clock, Eagles hall, card party. Mrs. William Hanson and committee in charge. WEDNESDAY 'rinity-Washlngton circle-Postponed. G. I. A. to B. of li. E.-2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Two and One club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Shelby Murren. 3ontral Lutheran Ladies' Aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. John Deitz, Mrg. Hermanson, hostesses. Jook Review department-12 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Mrs. George Marty, "Twenty-Four Hours." social Hour club^Mrs. P. G. Frye, east of city. Olivet Homo Guards-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ross Clark, 1324 Delaware avenue southeast, cffersom Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. George Andrick, 222 Kentucky avenue southeast. I. B. A.-8 o'clock, Eagles hail. PATTERN 2094. 15o .Practical Pattern. By ANNE ADAMS. Chic, practical and surprisingly easy to make, this lovely frock with bloomers. The shapely yoke and becoming rouned collar are Interesting features for a small girl. If you have time for a bit of smocking, it will add a Paris touch, altho sevral rows of gathers will do very nicely to create grace and fullness. Pat- torn 2094 makes up beautifully in dimity, lawn, pongee, pique or cotton broad cloth. If a print is selected, be sure to do the smocking with thread the color of the design. Smocking Pattern 5S8 is 15 cents extra. May be obtained only in sizes 2, 4, 6 and 8. Size 4 requires 2Vi yards of 36 inch material. No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every size, and simple, exact instructions are given. Send 15 cents for eac pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. The new spring and summer pattern catalog features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kiddles' clothes, also delightful accessory patterns. Price o£ catalog, 15 cents. Catalog with pattern, 25 cents. Address all mail and orders to Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth St., New York City. About'em Miss Sara Tokman has arrived ram Minneapolis to spend the spring recess from the University of Minnesota with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Tokman, 320 Seventh street northwest. * * * Mrs, Guy Davis, 531 Fifth street southeast, Mrs. Henry Smith, 630 Maryland avenue southeast, Mrs. S. V. German, 624 Sixth street southeast, and Mrs. M. A. Host, 322 Caro- ina avenue southeast, have returned "roni Chicago where they attended the meeting of the executive committee of the Chicago Milwaukee Women's club. The discussion was on welfare work. * * * Kenneth Waughtal of Chicago has returned to Chicago after spending the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Waughtal, 1319 Kim drive. * * * Miss Marlon Canfield of Minneapolis is a houseguest of Miss Jeanette Winders, 221 Seventh street northwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hicks, 915 Jefferson avenue northwest, returned from Rochester Monday. Mr. Hicks has been under the care of the Mayo clinic since Nov. 15 and has submitted to three major operations. His condition is much improved. MILWAUKEE WOMEN TO HAVE MEETING Members of the Milwaukee Women's club will meet March 31 instead of March 24 as announced. The meeting will be at the usual time in the clubrooms. TTJCKABATCHEE CLASS TO MEET THURSDAY Members of the Tuckabatchee Sunday school class will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. D. Burnham, 314 Carolina avenue southeast, with Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, Mrs. E. Hen- drlckson, Mrs. Ray Pauley and Mrs. H. Hoffman as assisting hostesses. WE CAN DO IT CLUB MEMBERS HAVE MEETING Members of the We Can Do It club met with Adela Bruna when an illustrated talk on "Color Combinations" was given by the leader, Mrs. McLaughlin. A picture talk on "The Dance of the Nymphs" was given by Hazel Gauley. After the meeting Mr. Bruns showed the girls thru his hatchery. Refreshments were served. THOMPSON-NELSON LAKE! MILLS, March 24.--Victoria Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Nelson became the bride of Joseph K. Thompson at Mason City. Mr. Thompson has been making his homo with his aunt. Mario Jergenson, helping her with the farm work. At the present tlmo Mr and Mrs Thompson are making their home with the bride's parents. Manus Children Learn Perfect Physical Poise in Simple Gradual Way By ALICE JUDSON PEALE We mothers, it seems, can learn from the most unexpected quarters. Margaret Mead,- the anthropologist, wh,o lived for six months among the people of New Guinea and has written a book about it, telis an amazing tale of the way these prmltive people teach their babies to care for themselves with perfect physical poise and safety in an environment which we would regard as especially difficult and treacherous for Httle children. The Manua people build their 1 houses on stilta over the lagoons along the shore of their island. At j-high'.iU3e ;th a wait ar comes iip to th e floor of tie house. At low tide there are muddy, uneven shallows to which steep ladder-like steps lead down from the house. Sometimes, before the baby can walk, he falls thru a hole in the floor into the water beneath. After his mother has rescued him and helped him. to get rid of the salt water he has swallowed, he seems to be none the worse for his eK- perience. Before he is a year old he sits on his mother's neck, clasping her about her head firmly with his arms. Mounted thus he goes with her everywhere in her canoe. Not infrequently a gust of wind upsets them, and mother and child are precipitated into the cold water. Taught to hang on, he hangs on in this emergency, and both are soon on their way again. At the age of a year he sits all by himself high up in the front of the canoe, with hia mother paddling six feet or more away in the stern. ' Why la It that theae experiences, · Vrhlch'-must seem to -us dangerous and terrifying, 1 result neither in tragedies (for Manus babies never drown) nor in the life-long fears and timiditiea which our own children seem to acquire so easily? Hospitals specify Kotex .--so should you! 'TpHE outstanding hospitals of X America moke it a point to specify Kotcx for their women patients. They use Kotex absorbent for dozens of important surgical cases. No approval could be more important to you. Kotex is preferred because it absorbs correctly--over a large surface, not just in one concentrated spot; because it deodorizes; because it is hygienically safe. And you can wear Kotex on either side in perfect safety. Kotex softness is not a mere deceptive surface softness that soon packs into chafing discomfort. It stays soft and comfortable for hours. And so easily disposed of! Kotex Company, Chicago. K o r e x Try the TMiv Kotex S:;.;:..TJ HrK Please Call 55 SIGNS of the EASTER SPIRIT The true Easter spirit can best be expressed with Flowers. You are invited to visit your Greenhouse and see the beautiful plants and flowers, and if you wish, we shall be happy to reserve your Kaster orders for later delivery. m · «^ * * ^-^ w -- ^^ - · J Phone 55 Herman M.Knudson.Prop. 1205 So. Federal Ave. Ico rrram l» n lirnlllifnT fior) nmilo In n modern plant under official lietillh rcgulR- Ico crenm conf tUns mllk'w minerals, proteins nnd c-arbohydraU 1 * anil thn vitamins BO essential to life, health and gruivlli* "EAT ICE CREAM FOR HEALTH" Say Noted Food Specialists Authorities on nutrition are calling attention to ice cream aa a health food. Doctors and diet experts say that ico cream made according to approved standards is more than a delicious dessert or delicacy; it is a tissue-building, energy-yielding food. The ice cream you buy from our dealers is a pure dairy product, made of pure, rich milk and cream, and has the same wholesome ingredients you would use at home. Luxus Ice Cream MADE BY E. B. Higley Co. 'E "4 Room of Fine FURNITURE and RUGS ALSO KITCHEN FURNITURE No extra cHiarge · for . easy paynnemts FREE TRUCK DELIVERY IN IOWA GOODS STORED FREE FOR LATER DELIVERY 19-21 FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY

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