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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 1 1934 PARENT TEACHER CONGRESS TO DISCUSS VARIED TOPICS Convention to Be Held Mayl3tol9 Iowa Woman Will Be Honored in Tree Planting Ceremony. "Motion Pictures and the School Child" is one of the topics selected for the panel discussion on motion pictures, at the annual convention of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, Des Moines, May 1319, by Mrs. Robblns Oilman, national chairman of motion pictures and leader of the panel. Dr. Edgar Dale, research associate bureau of educational research, Ohio State university, has been asked to participate. Others invited include Mrs. Martha Sprague Mason, editor, Child Welfare Magazine; J. W. Faust, National Recreation association; Dr. Joseph M. Artman, the Religious Education association of the United States and Canada; H. L. Kooser, flirector, visual instruction service, Iowa State college; and Newell Ed- BOn, American Social Hygiene association. The question of the responsibility of parent-teacher associations and boards of education to provide visual aids to education will also be discussed. Tree Planting ceremony. On Sunday afternoon, May 13, a young oak tree will be planted by ^ Protect Your Furs FROM Moths-Fire-Theft ALSO EXPERT REPAIRING AND REMODELING Phone 788 or 789 YOU'LL NEED A BLOUSE SMART YOKE AND SLEEVE FASHIONING MAKE ATTRACTIVE GARMENT TO COMPLETE YOUR COSTUME t'eerleu 18 ifent future, stm flttb. »Ten»e, New Vi»k tll · BT DISK* DAY ' delegates to the annual convention of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, in the. Iowa State Capitol grounds, in memory of Mrs. Isaac Lea Hillis, founder of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers. Mrs. Hugh Bradford, national president, will make the presentation, and the trees will be accepted for the state of Iowa by Gov. Clyde L. Herring. Honor guests will be members of Mrs. Hillis' family. Mrs. Isaac Lea Hillis, in whose honor the tree will be planted, was at the time of her death in 1924, first vice president of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. She founded the Iowa branch of the national congress in 1901. She was responsible for many of the most important child welfare improvements in Iowa, including the penny- savings system in the Des Moines schools; the first children's ward at the Iowa Methodist hospital; the Here's a pretty blouse, so quaint and charming with its drop shoulder and quite full sleeves. And npte the peplum frill. It does so much toward making the waistline appear slim as youth would have it. White or pastel tub silk is stunning for this model. In crinkled organdie, it's daintiness itself. Dimity prints, handkerchief in plain pastels Or in prints, batiste prints, tie silks, etc., are other interesting suggestions. Style No. 320 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 36 and 38 inches bust. 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A PRACTICAL White Caf with Leather HEEL "T^rte of the smartest of -daytime 'styles ,;.,a We Truly Believe They Are 3IASON CITY'S GREATEST SHOE VALUES -sports -'cldtes , rougfi* e ' perforated vij " 6f WM.His.MA.teC -SIZES S TO 10 first juvenile court law in Iowa; the vital statistics bill; and the Des Moines 'Woman's club. Mrs. Hillis' best known achievement, however, is the famous Iowa child welfare research station, at the Iowa State university. This organization was an original conception of Mrs. Hillis, and was developed and- promoted largely through her personal efforts. Character Education Classes. Concrete suggestions for carrying out a character education pro gram will be offered at the three classes under the direction of Dr Joseph N. Artman, national chairman of character education, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, at 8 o'clock. The Wednesday class will include a discussion of statewide plans for character education; Tuesday, illustrations of city developments; and Friday, supplementary character education programs, and how they are used. For those delegates who want to know more about publications of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers conferences will be held Wednesday and Thursday afternoons under the leadership of Miss Isa Compton, national publications secretary. The Wednesday conference is being planned to cover "Telling the Story of the National -Congress Through Congress Publications." Among those partidpat ing will be Miss Chart Williams fifth vice president of the Nationa Congress, and field secretary for the National Educational association, who will discuss the new Congress book, "Our public Schools;' Mrs. Charles E. Roe, national fielc secretary, on material in the loca unit package; Dr. William McKiney Robinson, national chairman committee on rural service, and di rector, department of rural educa :ion, Western State Teachers' col ,ege, Kalamazoo, Mich., on the new rural pamphlets, and Miss Mabe Stafford, Indiana publications chairman, on visual presentation through the use of program posters On Thursday afternoon, the confer ence will include a demonstratioi of various publication projects, such as a conference on the local uni package; a. Congress loan servic iook shelf: and how to reach each member through a reference dis jlay table. Magazine Conference. A conference on the child welfare magazine will be held on Tuesday May 15, at 4 p. m., under the lead ership of Miss Mary A. Ferre. The conference will be open to all magazine chairmen who attend the :onvention--state, district, county, city council and local. The following subjects will be discussed: A planned national campaign and each chairman's part in it; new goals for 1934-35; how and where to sell Child Welfare magazine; Volume 29; the 'Case of Mrs. Conrad;" and promotion problems. Members of the editorial staff of Child Welfare magazine will take 3art in the conference. Presidents of the state branches will meet at a "tall corn" luncheon on Sunday, May 13, with Mrs. M. D. Wilkinson. Washington, president of the State Presidents' club, presiding. The program and menu will be built around the "tall corn" motif. Mrs. B. C. Hopkins will bring greetings from Iowa. Mrs. Hugh Bradford will be one of the speakers. Addresses will also be given by Mrs. Carpenter of Vermont; Mrs. Mailhes of Louisiana; Mrs. Hayes of California; Mrs. Baker of Minnesota; one president from each section of the country. MISS EVELYN BARB HONORED AT SHOWEIl Miss Phildred Hall and Miss Gladys Hetland, assisted by Mrs. Harry Hall, entertained at a personal shower honoring Miss Evelyn Barr Monday evening at the Hall home, 1133 West State street. Miss Barr will become the bride of -Ralph Connelly May 6. Bridge was played at four tables with prizes going to Mrs. W. E. Barr, Mrs. Mark Pirkl, Miss Anita Skene and Miss Wilma McClintock. Refreshments were served. --*-American battleships arc named after states and navy tugs arc named after Indian tribes. Prize Cake Recipes to Help Cooks Winners in V.W.C. A. Girls' Contest Tell How It's Done. Alhough some cake bakers refuse o tell the secrets of their success, Bonita Olson and Jean Hilton, winners in the cake baking contest ponsored by the home service de- artment of the P. G. E. and the ls work committee of the Y. W. A., have offered their recipes to those who would learn. The devil's food cake recipe is Miss Olson's and the angel food :ake. Miss Hilton's. The cakes are in display at 119 North Federal ivenue. Devil's Food. 1 cup sweet milk 1 egg i,i cup butter 2 squares chocolate or scant Vi cup cocoa 1 cup sugar 1% cups flour 1 tsp. soda · H tsp. salt 1 tsp. vanilla Melt butter and chocolate and add to milk. Add egg. Sift flour, sugar salt and .soda and add to milk mixture. Add vanilla and beat. Bake 40 minutes at about 350 degrees. Angel Food Cake. 1W. cup egg whites 1V4 cup sugar 1 cup flour 2 tbsp. cold water Pinch salt 1 tsp. cream tarter 1 tsp. orange or lemon extract Sift flour once and measure. Sift four times more. Sift sugar once Add salt to egg whites, when foamy add cream of tarter. Beat until beater leaves impression when lifted Fold in sugar, 2 tbsp. at a time then flour the same way. Add water last and fold in. Bake from 60 to 7C minutes starting in cold oven and gradually increasing heat to 350. Kathryn Auestad Is Bride of Ballinger KENSETT, May 1.--Forty relatives and close friends attended the wedding of Miss Kathryn Auestad of Kensett to Carl Ballinger of Kansas City, Mo., which was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0 Auestad of Kenratt by the Rev. H. Sigmand. Preceding the service Mr. Oliver Newman of Madrid played "Simply Confession," following which Mrs* Miller Heggen of Slater sang "Oii;' Perfect Love." The bridesmaid was Miss Hazel Scott of Ttes Moines. Donald Auestad of Kensett, brother of the bride, was best man. A buffet luncheon was served. The hrida is a graduate of the Kens«tt high school and Iowa Lutheran hospital of Des Moines. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Ballinger of Independence, Mo. The couple will live in Kansas City, Mo., where the bridegroom is connected with a theater. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern BALKAN PUZZLE Names of quilts in many cases have been derived from local neighborhoods and from foreign lands. 'Balkan Puzzle" is a colorful quilt block, appropriately suggestive of such gay, pleasure loving countries as Rumania and Bulgaria. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 22 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt Department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 22. Study Clubs Have Social Gatherings wentieth Centurians See Guatemala Motion Pictures. Social meetings were the order of le day for the study clubs which met Monday, Maria Mitchell, Cha- .aug.ua and ChilU Study clubs hav- ng luncheon and Twentieth Century lub, an evening meeting with hus- ands of the members as guests. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rule were osts to the Twentieth Century club t their home, 21 Rock Glenn. Mr. :ule showed his motion pictures of Guatemala, which were taken on a ecent visit there. At the close of :he evening refreshments were erved. Maria Mitchell club had luncheon at the Colonial Monday afternoon with Mrs.' G. H. Woodruff, chairman of the luncheon committee. Mrs. C. H. McNider spoke on 'Hopes and Fears for American Art." Mrs. B. F. Weston reported Bridge Tournament Will Be at Hanf ord Mrs. Orace Newman and Mrs. Lester Dibble will sponsor a contract bridge tournament Friday evening at 7 o'clock in the Hanford hotel. Playing will be in the coffee shop. Mrs. Newman and Mrs. Dibble have just completed the sponsorship of r, series of contract parties in a tournament, but this affair will be a single tournament in itself. It is open to all contract players interested. .;., WEDDINGS TAKE PLACE AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA, May 1.--The Rev. 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