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March 24, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939 AUSTRALIAN NATURALIST SPEAKS AT P. T. A. SESSION 50 Attend Meeting of Wesley Aid John Wallace Gives Talk on Crime to Members at Clossons The Wesley M. E. Ladies Aid met Thursday for a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Wayman Closson, 1402 Delaware avenue southeast. About 50 members and guests were present. Mrs. Lee Frost was in charge of devotions. Several numbers were sung, accompanied by Mrs. Leon Woodward on the harp. A talk, "What Price Crime," was given by John Wallace, member of the local police department. He explained how criminals are apprehended through finger-printing and other methods, and called attention to some o£ the major crimes which have been committed recently. Mrs. Woodward entertained with a group of harp selections, and Mrs. M. A. Ruffridge sang two numbers. A business session, opened by the aid president, Mrs. William Mahlstadt, followed the program. It was voted to have a luncheon once a month. The next meeting will be held April 20 at the home of Mrs. Charles Klinetob, 319 Fourteenth street southeast. Mrs. D. L. Dillon^was named chairman of the bake sale to be held April 8. The next regular aid meeting will be held April 6, at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. J. Buckland, 14 Twenty-fifth street southwest. --o-REILLY-MALLI DECORAH--Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Katherine Malli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Malli, to Robert Eeilly, son of M. E. Heilly of Osage. The coucle was married in Clinton. MASON CITY AN TO HAVE POEMS IN ANTHOLOGIES Mrs. J. H. Marston, 424 Sixth street northwest, has received word that poems of hers will appear in two anthologies of verse this year, "Eros".and "-"Music Unheard." These will make seven of Mrs. Marston's poems to be printed in anthologies. "Eros" is an anthology of love poems being edited by Lucia Trent of Sierra Madre, Cal., and it .will be illustrated with visual reflections by Herbert Fouts. Mrs. Mars- ston's poem in this volume is "Forgetting." "The Second Wind" is the name of Mrs. Marston's poem which will appear in "Music Unheard," a collection of exceptional poems compiled by Marjorie Mansfield, poetry secretary of America, at Monterey, Mass. Henry Harrison was one of the judges for the verse in "Music Unheard." ' Social Calendar SATURDAY Junior C. D. A.-Drill team practice postponed. Father Coughlin Radio League-7:30 o'clock, P. Q. E. auditorium, card party. --o-- NONPARIEL CLUB MEETS-AT ADAMS Nonpariel club. met with Mrs. Harry Adams, Central Heights, Thursday. Bridge was played with prizes going to Mrs. Will Hart and Mrs. Joe Johnson. Lunch was served and the next meeting will be with Mrs. Frank Coffin April 13 t --o-MRS. PETER FRAHM HOSTESS TO CLUB W. H. S. club met with Mrs. Peter Frahm, R. F. D. 4, on Thursday for an all day session with the Home Project lesson on the third phase of the study of "Child Development," "Training the Appetite." The next meeting will be with Mrs. E. H. Steinberg. HOUSE PAINT This new House Paint makes your home whiter at the start . . . and it stays whiter! You'll be surprised how little it costs to have a whiter house. Tell us the size--we'll tell you the cost! . Boomhower Hardware 150 Attend Conference at Monroe Dr. Earl Harper And Mrs. Collester Are Afternoon Speakers Nearly 150 members of the Parent Teachers associations of the North Central district had registered for the one day conference by noon Friday at the Monroe school. The afternoon session, which followed a luncheon at the Presbyterian church, was called to order by Mrs. H. L. Gilmore of Algona, second vice president. Speakers of the afternoon were Dr. Earl E. Harper, director of the school of fine arts, University of Iowa, and Mrs. C. C. Collester, state president of the. Iowa Parent Teacher Congress. Kindness--Courage Dr. James Marshall, Australian naturalist, addressed the group on "Things That Stand Like Stone." Quoting a poet of his country, Dr. Marshall said "in this world of froth and bubble, there are two things that stand like stone: kindness in another's trouble, courage in your own." C6urage and kindness are fundamental and vital things, according to Dr. Marshall who said that they constitute the real Christian "Christianity is not going to church and Christianity is not believing in a certain creed," he said. "We are so ready to fight for our opinions, mistaking those opinions for fact itself. Jesus Was Greatest "These are the glorious things of life! Jesus was the greatest character the world has ever seen. The two outstanding things in His life were courage and kindness." Dr. Marshall commented upon the many occasions in His life when Jesus used these virtues and pointed out that he was misunderstood by everyone. "It is most discouraging to be misunderstood," he said. "If you can't encourage a person, don't discourage him. "Abraham Lincoln of all the men who have lived in the last hundred years, revealed the true spirit of Christ No man could have been more defeated than Lincoln." Life Is Positive In concluding his talk, Dr. Marshall urged that lives should be positive and that interest should be in .doing good, so that being good will take care of itself. . Dr. Marshall also. talked about Australia, urging that more inter- CHIROPODIST IFoot Specialist) In Constant Attendance *IUs. U. S. P»L OtS. Exclusive With 0$ s ii o i; s Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City · By Diana Day Style No. 2530 is designed for sizes 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19 years. Send 15 cents for this pattern. Spring Fashion magazine 10 cents extra. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City. 105 NORTH FEDERAL est be taken in it. "Australians look upon you as the nearest neighbor they have," he said. "They think more of you than you do of them. They know you better than you know them. They like you better than you like them. We don't like things we don't know and i£ nations got to know each other better, there would be a good chance of their liking each other. We form certain judgments and get certain slants on nations and after we get to know them, we decide that these decisions were most unjust. Full of Kansraroos "Australia is a country a little larger than yours which you probably think of as a little speck in the ocean full of kangaroos and Bushmen. Take the map of Australia, hold it before the mirror and turn it upside down and you'll see your country. It's most astonishing. 'Australia is the same size in land surface as the United States. Put desert between the AHeghanies and the Rockies and you'll have Australia. 13 Small Ships "Australia is indebted to you for its first white settlement. Thirteen shiploads of white . people were brought over to Australia from England. You see, we got a better start than you did, because we had 13 boats to your one, although it must have been a very large boat. Australians are not so keen about talking about any ancestors who came over on those 13 boats because those people were convicts. At the lime of the revolution, England couldn't send any more to America, so she sent them to Australia. "Another gift 'Australia got from the United States is its constitution. Please remember that you are one of the greatest nations of the earth and that your influence goes far from your boundaries. You have a destiny that must go beyond your borders.". Non-Voters Fined Dr. Marshall spoke of the capital city which is copied after an American city, the movies and the magazines, both of which come from the United States and both of which are censored rigidly. He described briefly, the .education system which is controlled by the state wiih teachers who are in the civil service. Contributions of Australia to the world have been the enfranchisement *of women and the Australian secret ballot. In Australia 98 per cent of the people vote. Those who do not vote are fined. The morning session was opened with invocation by the Rev. Roy Peyton, followed by music by a madrigal group from the high school. Mrs. \V. P. Butler, president of the Mason City council, welcomed the guests and Mrs. Gilmore responded. Mrs. A. E. Anderson of Fort Dodge, .president of the district, presided during the business session. The May basket contributions for extension work in Iowa and the matter of having record books for display only were discussed. WEDDINGS PERFORMED AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA--Marriages performed by the Rev. William Kent at the Little Brown church included those of Gertrude Bjorge and Merlin Hoch, Mandover, Wis.; Emma Hoots, Rockwell, and Cecil Cox, Clear Lake; Sylvia Sand, and Herbert Chapman, Geneseo, 111.; Harriett England, and Walter Schulz, Red Wing, Minn.; Florence Cordei-man and Chrissie Grath, Sac Ic-ty. Hard Times Party Held by Members Monroe-Washington Parent Education Group Has Meeting Monroe-Washington .Parent Education group met in the gym room of the Monroe school Thursday. A short business meeting was called to order by Mrs. Don Doolittle, who appointed Mrs. W. Bishop, Mrs. G. Rouse on the nominating committee and Mrs. W. Bender as chairman. A hard time party followed with Mrs. W. Bender assisting Mrs. H. Boothroyd, the chairman of the. entertainment committee. Group singing led by Mrs. Boothroyd and Mrs. Bender was accom- "specialty," panied by Mrs. W. P. Tyler. those too. Many games were played and trickier--or prizes went to Mrs. E. Crabb, winner of the "Bundle Race," Mrs. L. Baird in the "Husband Calling Contest," Mrs. M. Loomer in "Guess the Title of the Music" contest, Mrs. L. Pickford in ."The Balloon" contest, Mrs. D. Toepfer in the "Peanut Race," Mrs. P. Graf in the "Whistling Contest," Mrs. F. Hall, guessing contest, Mrs. M. Loomer in the "Sack Race," Mrs. H. Helm, Mrs. A. Fecht, Mrs. D. Doolittle, Mrs. D. Toepfer and Mrs. K. Laughlin are also winners of prizes.. "The Old Apple Tree" and "The Old Gray Mare" was played by the orchestra with Mrs. W. P. Tyler at the piano, Mrs. R. Crispin playing the frying pan and tin cups, Mrs. L. Whipple the bazoo, Mrs. W. Bender the hummer and Mrs. H.. Boothroyd the saxophone. During the march, Mrs, H. Boothroyd was judged the best dressed man and Mrs. D. Toepfer the best dressed woman. Refreshments were served by Mrs. G. Rouse, Mrs. R. Crispin, Mrs. M. Nichols, Mrs. L. "Whipple and Mrs. C. Freudenberg. Hard times were carried throughout the dining room. Plans Made, to Give Aid to Hostess Cooking School Opens Tuesday Afternoon in H. S. Auditorium First aid to the puzzled hostess is provided in "Foods of the Hour,'' the Wg new cooking school, which the Globe-Gazette is presenting lor four days, beginning Tuesday at the high school auditorium.. Whether it is for a dinner party or luncheon, a Sunday night snack, a buffet luncheon or picnic supper, you'll find suggestions for unusual, distinctive food among the scores of recipes which go to make up the programs of this brilliant demonstration of the fine art of cooking. ' '' Roast for Dinner ' A crown roast of pork is one of the dishes prepared and shown at the cooking school which would add distinction to any meal. A Frenched leg of lamb is another good choice for a special occasion, hrfact, any roast is suitable as the piece de resistance of a~dinner party and one of the advantages it possesses, Miss Ann Kingsley points out, is that it requires little attention. "Just put it in the oven in the right way, see that the temperature is right and then forget about it until the cooking time is over," this cooking expert says. Many Garnish Ideas From Miss Kingsley's assistant, Miss Dorothy Heald, you can get many a suggestion for garnishing the roast as well as for accompanying vegetables or fruit to give it that festive appearance befitting its importance. If you go in for buffet serving,-and what more delightful way is there for entertaining a large num- ..ber of guests easily and informally?---you'll want to duplicate some of the attractive buffet platter arrangements you'll see at the cooking school. Little Fried Pies Fried appetizers,--which are really little fried pies,--are an idea you can adapt to your needs. This is only one of many pastry recipes to be demonstrated. Among the desserts which will win you a reputation as a good cook is a Dixie pecan pie, which is in a class by itself. Miss Kingsley's instruction in pie making is one of the features of "Foods of the Hour." She shows you how to make a cream pie, which is a basic recipe from which a variety of pies, such as chocolate, banana, caramel, etc., may be made. Plenty of Cakes, Too Cakes, too, will interest the hostess. There's a hurry-up cake,-all ingredients put together and mixed--which is in two layers and good enough for company. If you have unexpected guests, it won't take you long to "whip up" a cake for them, following this recipe. If you like to find new and tricky dishes to serve as your WIFE PRESERVERS The flavor of slewed prunes is improved by cooking a slice of lemon and a cinnamon stick with the fruit. company, (Clorox), Currie-Van Ness company, D. K. Lundberg and company, Damon's Shoe department, Engler Drug company. Fruit Dispatch company, (bananas), Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc., Iowa. Tea company, J. C. Puth company, John Gallagher^ Inc., Kemble's Greenhouse, Kenyon's Cheese store, Klipto Loose Leaf company, La Choy Fooc Products, Inc., (La Choy Chinese Food Products), Lever Brothers company (Rinso), Lyons Cleaners Launderers and Furriers, Mason City Coca-Cola Bottling company Mier Wolf and Sons, National Biscuit company (Shredded Wheat Ritz and Premium. Crackers) Northwest Savings Bank, People'; Gas and Electric company, Pfaf Baking company, PiUsbiiry Flou: Mills company (Pillsbiiry Bes Flour), Ralph S. Shepherd, S. Kresge company (25e to $1 store) the Climalene company (Clima lene), the Merkel company, Vance Music company and Western Gro cer company. --o-- 1 PLAN CARD PARTY DOUGHERTY -- The H o m e School association is sponsoring a card party to be held in the hal Sunday evening. onvention to Be Held by District Legion Auxiliary Plans Manchester Meeting for May 3 Manchester will entertain, the spring conference of the American Legion and Auxiliary May 3 and preparations are being made for the event which will be the annual official district meeting and which will bring delegates from many of the 64 units of the district, representing more "Mian 2,600 organized women. Details of the auxiliary work to be completed before the department convention will be discussed. A meeting of the district executive board will precede the conference. County chairmen of AUamakee, Buchanan, Cerro Gordo, Chickasaw, Clayton, Delaware, Fayette, Floyd, Howard, Mitchell, Winneshiek and Worth will report. There will be election of district officers during the business session. Department officers o£ the Auxiliary will address the convention. There will be presentation of awards including the prize for the district patriotic scrapbook which is to be given by Mr. and Mrs.' H. H. Boyue. A joint banquet will follow, the business sessions of the day. Officials of both organizations will give addresses. Mrs. J. Wesley James, of Thornton is committeewoman of the fourth district Auxiliary. Mrs. Thomas Tracey of Manchester is vice committeewoman, Mrs. R. C. Patrick of Mason City, secretary, and Mrs. Bess Fye of Cresco, treasurer. COUKTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE We Welcome You--Miss Visitor We invite you to make this store your headquarters. New Dresses Prints, sheers, silks in lovely colors in the most important styles. you'll get ideas for Nothing could be easier--or more delicious than cranberry fritters. Meat puffs--and they are decidedly new--you will also want to try. The ground veal and pork is mixed with left-over potatoes, then dropped into hot tomato sauce where they puff up. But better let Miss Kingsley show you and give you the exact recipe. Firms Co-Operating Firms co-operating with the Globe-Gazette in sponsoring the cooking school are American- Crystal Sugar company, Blanchard's Jewelry, ' Clorox Chemical Others $6.50 to $19.95 With little jackets, full length coats and lingerie touches "make" these very smart frocks, the outstanding frocks of the season. Navy, black and colors. Sizes 12 to 50. SEE YOU TOMORROW" How Women in Their 40's Can Attract Men WALLPAPER SALE DISCOUNT ON ALL 3 1938 WALLPAPERS PAINT WALIPAPEP KftlNTS IWhofesate-Retailj (Juuanari Here*i good advice for * woman during her change (usually from 3S to 62) r who lean she'll lose her appeal to znen. vbo worries about toot fiashe*, loss of pep, dizzy spell*, upset nerve* and moody apells. 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