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March 27, 1931

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

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MARCH 11 ·1.1991 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE .ivvvii 4i HH A3«** ^ i . - _ - ~ - - _ _ ---- --- - · ··"" . v . UNDREDS CROWD FINAL SESSION OF COOKING SCHOOL Ml Filled bir Last Day Classes Irs. Campbell Closes Series Sponsored Annually by Globe-Gazette. e Globe-Gazette free cooking _hool was brot to a close Friday .fternoon with the largest attend- of the year, both balconies nd the main floor being filled to acity. The attendance of this ·years' cooking school exceeded : of any proceeding year and the largest assemblage of wo- _jaen evet tp take advantage of a rsiiriilar event., in Mason City. f At the concluding session of the Lschool, IJ-vHowing her customary ·plan of procedure, Mrs. Campbell Idevoted the early part of the after- Inoon to her lecture and demonstra- Itions. She prepared the following fdishes: Dixie corn and ham croquettes, "peace ginger bread, five minute cake, graham sweet roll, cranberry jelly, small person salad, chocolate tfudge, cream soup foundations, essentials in making good tea, sand- kwiches for parties. While preparing Fthe foods, Mrs. Campbell explained advantages of the various mod- ,,.« equipment used, and told of the, [poor results obtained from obsolete f methods and appliances. | Mrs. Campbell again expressed Iher gratitude for the co-operation of the merchants in making- the school a success. The stage, which was model in its completeness and convenience, was made possible thru the loans of various Mason City merchants. A number of questions were again answered satisfactorily by Mrs. Campbell at her Friday afternoon lecture. Following the program the audience went for the last time to the platform to inspect the foods prepared and the various appliances and furnishings used during the demonstration. Preceding the regular 2 o'clock lecture, the Vance Music company furnished an hour of request music, with Ralph Geer as the feature en- | tertainer. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Social Galendai SATURDAY R. N. A. Juveniles-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Pansy Junior Woodman .circle 30-- . 2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. No. Bits About'em S. M. Decker" and his son, Donald, ^ 110 Ninth street northeast,' spent Friday in Des Moines. * *'. * William Hathorn, 654 East State I street, is spending the week-end in Iowa City where he 'is visiting friends at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house. SPECIAL For Five Days March 28 to April 3 REALISTIC Permanent Wave Myers Beauty Salon Phone 919 .7 S; Delaware Ave. By ANNE ADAMS Morning: frocks have captured the secret of feminine charm as well as their afternoon relatives; no longer need the housewife work in unbecoming:, drab dresses. Here ia a delightful example made of cotton print daintily trimmed with solid color. Twin collars strike a new note of flattery and the little curved pockets and curved seaming of skirt flare are decidedly smart. Suitable fabrics for Pattern 209B are dimity, lawn, cotton broadcloth, gingham, percale, etc. If you bind all the raw edges with ready-maUe bias tape you'll find it an effective and quick method of finishing. May be obtained only In sizes 14, 16, 18,- 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 Size 16 requires 3% 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 ara given. Send 15 cents for each pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. e r v i e e s Admission to G. F. S. Set r* f I Chjldren Have Much to oi Learn in First Ye ar m of Their Existance By ALICE JUDSON PEALE : We are apt to think that the firet year of the baby's life ts largely Palm Sunday at Church. There wiU be a special vespers and services of admission to the Girls Friendly society at St. John's Episcopal church Palm Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The prelude 'will be "The Palms" tir« household in the years that follow. n|| Having once learned to sleep alone at a regular time each day and night, the mother need only consistently carry on a habit already established. Having learned to eat whatever Is proffered, the child more readily accepts the Increasing variety of 2096 The new spring and summer catalog features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kiddies' clothes, also delightful accessory patterns. Price of catalog, 15 cents. Catalog with pattern, 25 cents. Address all matt and orders to Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth street, New York City. by Faure and "Forever Thru the Ages" by Vasner will be the processional. This will be followed by the opening sentences, prayer, the "Magnificat" and the creed. "Oh Master Let Me Walk With Thee" will be sung by the choir and the G. F. S. admission services will follow. Mrs. R. E. Patton, organist, will play "Where Dusk Gathers Deep." There will be a vocal solo, ·'Plains of Peace" by Dr. Madelene Donnelly. "Welcome, Oh Saviour of the World" will be sung and benediction given. "Rejoice Ye Pure in Heart" will be the recessional and "Triumphal March" by Harris, the postlude. r acceptance .. that,are done for him. We do not realize perhaps'that during his first year the baby is learning not only a multitude of physical co-ordinances which result in the controlled use of his arms, legs, hands and eyes, but Is learning also a number of things which are the basis for his .social education. During the first year the baby learns to eat, sleep and eliminate regularly. He learns to eat.willing- ly. He learns to sleep alone without the help of rocking, singing or patting. He learns to accept cheerfully the processes of bathing and dressing. He learns to accept happily minor changes in his environment, and the presence of strange people and unfamiliar animals. The Importance of this learning is readily understood by any mother who has already brot one child from the complete helplessness of Infancy to the relative independenct of five or six years. These few simple lessons learned during the flrat year do much to make things happy and serene, not only for the child but for the en- Woman Advises Girl in Choice of Man to Wed By VIRGINIA LEE DEAR VIRGINIA LEE: There are so many girls who overlook every kind of trait in a boy friend because they are infatuated. I would like to advise such girls by my experience. 'Wondering B.' says her boy friend pouts, that he dislikes Radio ever built VICTOR RADIO R'34 Complete with Radiotront These Five Reasons Tell You Why: 1 Five tuned drcrrftt. Every modem Improvement 4 ' Unrivalled, sensitivity and selectivity. The ultimate In tone--real) rone 'control. 4 Richly decorated 18th Centnry English style cabinet, finest walnut y«ne«». Boflt by Victor... dependfbUlty enared. Outperforms any competitor. The latest In ev ery respect. No comparable Instrument has ·vorteensoldforleis than $1731 E««y time payments arranged, (his IB an opportunity yon MOST NOT MISS. Demonstration a«y time. WILL THE APPEARANCE OF YOUR HAIR HELP OB MAR YOUR EASTER COSTUME We are equipped to give the wave best suited to your type. ^ ~* Prices" BEAUTY SHOP .Phone 60S to talk or to be talked to, and that he criticises. "Ten years ago I married a man of this description. My good brother warned me but I thot he just wanted me to stay at home so I turned s deaf ear to his pleadings, thinking I could change my Intended into a congenial companion. "I tried for eight long years, and the more tyranny I endured with patience the more tyrannical he became. I kept his bad treatment as near a secret as I could to shield him, and the neighbors thot he was an extra good citizen because he was so.quiet. "After a lot of inconsideratlon he, asked me to take out a big life insurance in his name and wanted me to go away and not allow my brother to know where I was and not to tell my brother about the life insurance. I told my brother-and asked his protection, but stayed with my husband until. I became, a nervous welcome for any meal--KelloggV Corn Flakes! Breakfast, lunch, nursery suppers, bedtime snacks. Always easy to digest. No trouble to serve. Few foods are so 0 ' convenient and ood The 5 reasons listed above were the determining factors in Mrs. Campbell's selection of a, radio for musical entertainment at the, cooking school. MUSIC CO. EXPERT SERVICE ON ALL RADIO SETS Smart to Wear a FUR JACKET $ 30 And It's just as smart to buy' It here because we show them at the lowest prices in the city! See those at $30. OTHEBS UP TO $15 Red Fox ................. . ........ $2 Pointed Fox ____________ $40 Wolf ..................................... - $35 NOTE LOW PRICES who doesn't want to-be talked to and dislikes: to talk and criticises. "EXPERIENCED OSTRICH." Your letter was a little too long to print whole. I know you will forgive me for shortening it, as my space is limited. Thank you for your advice. It is difficult to make a young girl who is very much in love believe she cannot make a man over to suit herself, as you very well know. However, I do hope this letter of yours will make some girls think. * * * BROKEN HEARTED: A girl Who doesn't-keep her word and who la disagreeable and says things to hurt a man's feelings when they are engaged, is not the type to make a happy home life for a man. Broken Hearted. Why feel badly, then, that you have broken with her? Why not be glad and try to find a girl who has consideration for you and will be true? There are such girls, so try to mend your broken heart by finding one. * * * A. F. M.: For the sake of the coming child I think you should tell your friend very firmly that you and he are going to be married. As he treats you in every way as if rou were married, I think you should be privileged to wear a wedding ring and bear his name. Threaten to take the matte? to court If ha does not. You could ask advice of a Woman's Protective League. They would respect your confidence and give you good advice. This is no time to let your pride dictate what you shall do. O. A. N. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS IN AFTERNOON Members of the O. A. N. Bridge club met with Mrs. Harvey Norberg at her home on Harrison avenun northwest, Thursday afternoon. Bridge was played with high score prize going to Mrs. Miles Humphrey, .second prize to Mrs. F. J. Pederson and guest prize to Mrs. Claude Potter. --*-- *Serva wfffc mHfc or cream -- frulli of Jtonf. Made by Kellogg In Battle Creek, FURRIERS 217 N. Federal Avc. Not Only Easter Lilies... but every other seasonable plant will be found at bur greenhouse. Hyacinths Tulips Cineraria!! Cyclamen Rambler Roses Hydrangeas Primroses Begonias Ferns Prom these you can make an Ideal selection for an Easter gift. You are invited to come out to make your own selection. Plenty of parking space. m ns*g**r*tt*if*-{ -j m+s * ** ms+r+**es*~~t Phone 55 Herman M.Knudson. Prop. 1205 So. Federal Wife Preservers Steam broccoli 15 minutes only to keep it fresh and crisp tasting 1C you cook it in water, wrap In cheesecloth and drop Into boiling, salted water for 8 to 10 minutes. Tb«r« T * atiJI'tijna to make Ihl* a BtylUh Easter ... . and we're ready to kelp ynn with Immediate Krrlce. In permanent waving we *tand flupfeme a* thnne whi can ««rve yon beM and most economically. OtJK GENUrPTE *10 VEDA CURL (COOL PROCESS) EASTER SPECIAL Shampoo and Finger Wave of dressing, it is not a long from passive acceptance to co-operation, and from co-operation to self- help. Having learned not to fear new people and animals, the world holds few objects of terror as his horizon widens. "I beg your pardon," as the lifer wrote the governor.--Austin Herald. Fruit trees 2S5O years old -- and a recipe that grew np wltli them · | Mjuiju..* are fruit trees that old, right in tlie A quaint little old village of Middletown, N. J., where the woman lives who sent me this excellent Crisco recipe for Dutch apple cake. She told me, too, that the thrifty settlers used to mark their lioundary lines with fruit trees, mostly apple, instead of fences. And the wives had to devise all manner of ways to use these apples so the husbands wouldn't turn them all into hard cider. This cake was one of their recipes. I don't know how good the original apple cake was, but it couldn't have been any better than this modern Version of it, made with the modern shortening--Crisco--whose delicate flavor allows every little piece of apple to assert itself in 1 ie finished H cup milk 4 apples \i cup s»E« . K teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon grated lemon rimi quicK-lilce all Crisco recipes. -,*». No matter what kind of food I'm cookmg,_if the recipe calls for a shortening or a fat, I use Cnsco-^- for I sort of grew up on it. It's been in my mother s kitchen for 18 years. We've both always found it sweet and fresh-tasting just as it came from the can. Crisco stays good-tasting, too. And so do foods cooked with it. DUTCH APPLE CAKE 1 cup flour \y-t teaspoons linking powder 4 tablespoons sugar J'^ teaspoon salt Z tablespoons Crisco Z egg yolks (save whites for sauce) Mix ami sift together flour, baking powder, 2 tablespoons of Uie sugar and salt. Cut in Crisco and add egg yolks mixed w U milk. Mix. I'our into shallow Criscoed cnke pan and top with apples which have been cut into wedge-shaped slices. bprraWo top with rest of sugar, and the cinnamon and lemon rmd and clot with bits of Crisco. Bake in hot oven MOO' F.) about 35 minutes or until apples arc tender. Serve hot or cold with lemon sauce. Fluffy Lemon Sauce Mix one egg. M CU P ""B^- 2 tablespoons cornstareli and H teaspoon salt. Add water and cook in double tioilcr about 5 minutes or until thick, stirring constantly. Then mix m 1 tablespoon Crisco, I tablespoons lemon juice and y± teaspoon nutmeg and lastly fold in 2 egg whites beaten stifl. This sauce may be served with almost any dessert similar to the Apple £ a £ c W I N I F R E D B. C A R T E R ALL MEASUREMENTS LEVEL. Recipes tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Institute. Crisco a theregistered trade-mark of a shortening manufactured by The Procter it Gamble Co. Qino. p. a o. Co. More Days FOR EASTER BEAUTY ll*/fr So. federal .Over Kmixn'ft Hollar Mlore ' PHONE a»l 1U4 So. Federal Orer Krw*e'» · Z«U*r Mote Taste Crisco---then any other shortening. Crisco's sweet, fresh flavor will tell you why things made with Crisco taste so much better. CAKES PIES BISCUITS COOKIES FRIED FOODS » In its nctv airttgltt.can.-ns fre»H ' SALE^Good sheers . . 510 5th S. W. Ph. 1895. Miaax . . Budd, Iowa I . . py ner allorn e y . i sen ana Maude' ueacn. i.iour

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