The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 24, 1931 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 24, 1931
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MARCH 24 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE rMonday Club Names Heads at M e e t i n g Regular Study Group Meetings Held in Afternoon. Mrs. Charles Patton was elected president of the Monday club at the meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. W. Dunn, 701 East State street. She replaces Mrs. C. L. Marston who was elected vice president. Mrs. H. C. Johnson was elected treasurer. The lesson from the Atlantic Monthly was led by Mrs. C. C. and Mrs. Charles Randall had charge of current events. TI. G. L. club met with Mrs. A. J. Feeney, - 615 Hampshire avenue northeast. Mrs. Roger Kirk was the assisting hostess and Mrs. H. E. Cunningham and Mrs. Merl Sims led the lesson on "Johnny Spielt Auf." At the meeting or the Cnautauqua club at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Birney led the lesson on "Citizenship for Women." Mrs. C. J. DeLacy was hostess to the Occident club at her home at 326 Twelfth street northwest. The lessons were led by Mrs. T. M. Bergland and Mrs. E. R. Dunlop. Mrs. H. C. Friesner was hostess to the Twentieth Century club with Mrs. John Senneff in charge of current events and Mrs. Frank C. Goodman, biography. There's Only One Way to Maintain Quality There are many things that enter Into the making of a GOOD loaf of bread. Flour is only one item. It is true that right now good flour is down in price. But milk, shortening, labor, service and all the other expenses go merrily on -- and up. With all this talk today about the low price of wheat a baker must make. up his mind to do one of two things -- cut his price and lower his quality, or maintain both. We've built up a reputation for good bread -- bread' of fine flavor, health building nutrition and honest value. For those who feel that they're fooling no one but themselves : when -they eat ptt^er ouality make the best bread that it is possible to make. With us, it's still quality first, and that's the last thing we'll sacrifice. ...... PFAFF BAKING Co. BETSY ROSS BREAD is being used at the GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS' STAFF CONFERS ON SCOOT WORK 1am Made for Increasing Activity in North Iowa Area. W. P. Butler, scout commissioner of the North Iowa- area council, Boy Scouts of America, presided at his first commissioners' staff meeting Monday evening at the Eadmar hotel. Deputy commissioners in attendance at this meeting were Dr. J. Ii. Pauley, J. M. Robertson and Art Hegg of Mason City; E. W. Lilley, Fertile; Paul Manor, Northwood; P. J. Kirkpatrick, Crystal Lake and Charles A. Knouse, Mason City, scout executive. Three new men have been added to the commissioners' staff this year in Mason City. They are Stanley L. Haynes, Art Hegg and J. H. Holub. Those outside of Mason'City who are new men on the staff this year are Mr. Lilley, Mr. Manor, Dr. H. R. Norris, Eagle Grove, and Ed Westbury of Charles City. Other men on the commissioners' staff tie- sides those in attendance at the meeting are Ray Jorgenson, Klemme; C. D. Jacobson, Clarion; Walter. Maves and Charles R. Crumb, Mason City. Duties Are Explained The scout executive explained the duties of the commissioners' staff and the staff adopted the "Three I's of the commissioners' staff." He outlined the work of the staff in connection with the council in three sections: Inspection, inspiration and .istruction. The staff will attempt to make a monthly inspection or visit to each troop, going oftener if time permits and work demands, but they will be required to report only one meeting to scout headquarters. The main parts of their inspection will be checked up on- the program of the troop, discipline, leadership,. institutional relations, advancement, records, registration and outdoor work. The staff desires the scout leaders to feel that they are willing to. help them in as many problems as they can, and will strive to encourage the scoutmaster and assistants in the work and establish a working relation between the troop commit- tee.and the troop. Also, to encour- 1 age the junior leaders to carry out MOURNFUL WIDOW Third Group Is Planned. DECORAH, March 23.--A third cow testing association will be formed in. Winneshiek county about April 1. The testers for the two associations already operating in the county are Sam Kelso and Carl Bunting. Twenty-six members arc required to form an association. Use of Books Increases. SWEA CITY, March 24.--The local free public library has had a steady increase in those loaning hooka. The last year the increase of the books has quadrupled. The high so far this year for one month has. been January when 61 books were loaned out. Since the death of her 28- year-old spouse, Nero, recently, Agallm, the lioness at Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, has shown little interest in life. No more does site- stalk to and fro in feline majesty behind her imprisoning hars. She just lies in a corner of her cage and grieves. Her keepers fear that she will continue in her decline nnd die of starvation. BAUME BENGUE (pronounced Ben-Gay) rubbed well into the back, soothes the congested nerves and brings quick relief. Ask for Accept No Substitute! JACK SPRAT Food Products and CHOCOLATE CREAM Coffee Are Being Used Each Day at The Cooking School MRS. RUTH CAMPBELL Noted Food Expert ^ Each afternoon Mrs. Ruth Campbell, in her demonstration, uses Jack Sprat food procuacts. Their uniform high quality assures perfect results. Come and see the tempting dishes which she prepares. Coffee, a favored drink, becomes more favored when made with Chocolate Cream Coffee. Mrs. Camp-, bell tells in her lectures how to obtain the most from this perfectly blended, mellow flavored product. THIS FREE COOKING SCHOOL will continue Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Interesting demonstrations daily. LETTS SPENCER SMITH CO. the scouting ideals in the troop. The staff does not want the scoutmasters to feel that the staff is attempting to run their troops and conduct training courses, but will be willing to help them in organization and other instruction as they can. It is recommended that the commissioners' staff make an inspection of all the troops between now and the scout leaders' meeting on April 16 at the P. G. and E. building. The purpose of these inspections is not to pick flaws with the troop and its activity, but to help the scoutmaster analyze his troop and to improve his troop program. The deputy commissioners of Mason City were assigned the following troops to visit and talk with.: Art Hegg, Troops 3, 5, 11 and 13; Stanley Haynes, Troops 2, 7, 15 and 18; Jack Robertson, Troops 3, 6, 8 and 17; Dr. J. L. Pauley, Troops -1, 14, 16, and it may be Dr. Pauley will work some with Plymouth ancl'Nora Springs; J. H. Holub, Troops 9, 10 and 12. Men Assigned Troops The other men in attendance at the meeting were assigned the following troops: Mr. Minor, Northwood, with instructions to attempt reorganization at Manly and organize a new troop at Kensett; Mr. Lilley, Clear Lake, Ventura, Meservey and Thornton; Mr. Kirkpatrick and Ray Jorgenson will work in a partnership plan in Forest City, 'Crystal' LakB;v Brttt; -Corwlth," Garner, Klemfne, and win attempt.'some organization work in Kanawha, Woden and Buffalo Center. Walter Maves was designated as a deputy at large, working as best he can in all the communities with which he comes in contact to further the program of scouting in the entire council. Mr. Crumb will possibly be assigned the same work. The next.rieeting of the staff will be held in, onnection with the scout leaders' meeting- on April 16. Hi-Tri.Sponsors High School Girls' Conference at Y. W. Members of the Hi-Tri club are sponsoring a high school girls' conference to be held at the Y. W. C. A. Friday and Saturday of the week for all girls in high school. The theme of the meeting is "Friendship." . ·· Dr. Newell Edson of New Yorlc, board member of the American Social Hygiene association, will speak Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Registration will be held Friday from 4 to 7'o'clock. Various activities have been planned for the period among them a luncheon Saturday noon. WHOLESALE GROCERS MASON CITY Girl Reserve Groups to Enter in Yearly Bible Story Contest Plans have been completed for tho ' Bible story dramatization contest to he held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. by the Girl Reserves. This is an annual event. Competing clubs will bo thosa from Roosevelt 7 and 8 grades, McKinley, Lincoln, 7 and 8; Grant, Monroe 7 and 8; and the Grado Girl Reserves from the I. O. O. F. home. A trophy cup will be awarded to the group which wins the contest for three consecutive years. Monroe eighth won last year and Roosevelt and Lincoln tied for second place. CITY BRIEFS · Mrs. Madeline Hart of the Style Shoppe millinery department, has .returned from a buying trip to Chicago. C. E. Oilman, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A., is able to sit up at his home now but is unable to be out, following a severe illness. It is expected it will be a few days before he will be able to return to the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Gilmnn Is improving altho still confined to bed. Return From-Minneapolis BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bauer returned Spnday from Minneapolis where they spent the week with their daughters, Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Smith. "SALADA" "Fresh from the Gardens" At the lowest price possible for fine quality tea 48 DALY'S SINK at Cooking School Mrs. Ruth Campbell, nationally known food expert, is using a Modern Sink" from the W. J. Daly Company at the Globe-Gazette Free Coqklng School. You will see Daly'a Sink on the stage at the High School Auditorium each day of the school. Mrs. Ruth Campbell It is set at the right height . . . 36 inches from the floor. Has a. double-swing chromium plated faucet which furnishes hot and cold water. Mrs. Campbell says, "Every kitchen should have a modern Sink." W.J.DlLYCo. PLUMBING 32 Second Street N. E. KEATING Phono 245 HOOSIER KITCHEN UNITS . SAVE MANY STEPS IN THE KITCHEN " SEE " HOOSIER KITCHEN UNITS IN COLORS AT THE GLOBE- GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL Each Year Successfully The itchen Cabinet Has Been Selected For the GLOBE-GAZETTE School Attend the Globe-Gazette Free Cooking School each day at the High School and see the Beautiful Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet and Hoosier Kitchen Units selected from our store by Mrs. Ruth Campbell. Hear her explain their many feature points during the course of the school. SEE THE ATTRACTIVE HOOSIER KITCHEN ! UNITS ON DISPLAY AT THE COOKING SCHOOL The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet And Kitchen Units Sold Exclusively in Mason City By MIER WOLF SONS ,

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