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THURSDAY, JANUARY I.'l9« MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Miss Clack Is Speaker at Madison Madison P. T. A. met Wednesday afternoon at the school with Miss Nan Clack speaking on "The Co-operation of the P. T. A. in the Health Program" and telling the importance of the T. B. tests for adults as well-as children. · Miss Alma Partridge and her mth graders presented the program which opened with the national anthem and the pledges to -the flag. The citizen's creed adopted by the fifth grade was re. peated in unison. Questions about c i t i z e n s h i p were asked and answers were given by the children. During the business session with ·Mrs. Fred Hampton presiding, the Parent Education meeting was announced for Monday evening at 7:30. The P. T. A. voted to have . the minstrel show from Hoosevelt school come to Madison school in the near future. ' Mrs. Carl Dunavon asked for helpers in the Roosevelt surgical .dressing work room, stressing the need for filling the Red Cross quota. Mrs. Marjorie Lindbeck read the president's message. BITS ABOUT 'EM Kenneth L. Dahlstrom has left for Denver, Colo., after spending a three weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dahlstrom, 714 Delaware avenue northeast. He was recently given an honorable discharge from the army at Fort Sam Houston Tex and is now employed at Heisers Ssaddlery company, in Colorado * * * · Mrs Henry M. Miller of New ~n 9 ty IS Vlsitil g her parents, Br and Mrs. J. E, McDonald, 933 Delaware avenue northeast. MRS. CHARLES^ BARLOW HONORED AT LUNCHEON Members of the Girl Scout Council entertained at a luncheon ^at the Adams home, 680 East itate street, as a farewell courtesy to Mrs. Charles Barlow who is moving to Des Moines. A gift w ; s Presented to Mrs. Barlow who has served the organization in a number of capacities, havin" been public relations chairman and secretary. MONROE-WASHINGTON BOARD AT -MEETING Monroe Washington P. T. A. board met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harvey Adams, 9 2 5 Madisor. avenue northwest, with 17 members pires- ·ent. -Mrs. Virgil price reported .on the Thrift shop arid plans were ·made/or a Founders' day program in February. Refreshments Friday, 13th Was Lucky ' " °** . "" and Katherine, at home. (Photo by Russell) CharleS Clty H elping the omemaker were served at the meeting. close of the F. V. G. CARD PARTY HELD AT HALL F. V. G.'s held a card w ^ j u " cara Party Wednesday afternoon, the committee in charge reporting that four boxes had been sent to the boys in service through the proceeds from the parties. Prizes went-to Mrs. L. Toinby and Mrs W. J. Smith in bridge and to Mrs. Eva -Huff and Mrs. J. -L Thompson in 500. Refreshments A C r Ht \T' ed r by Mrs " Howar d Arndt, Mrs. L. Bird and Mrs. S Berry. The next card party will be Jan. 27 at 2 p. m. WOMEN OF THE~MOOSE PLAN FOR MEETING Women of the Moose will observe Friendship chapter" nignt Thursday evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Gilbert McKibben, £ S" arg :;» Chairmen reporting are Mrs. Alton Paulson, Mooseheart- M r s - ^ r a Searle, Mooschaven-' Mrs. Henry Nelson, social service : Mrs H. G. Comstock, publicity and Mrs. Elmer Pearson, war re- OFF1CERS INSTALLED BY L. A. TO B. R. T. At the first meeting of the L A to the B. of R. T. for the year at Moose hall, officers were installed. Mrs. J. E. Dennis received a war stamp prize for attendance and lunch was served by Mrnes. W. H.' Ross, R poslrrn and Walter Hendrfcfcson. Ho?t- * the next meeting Fob By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORG A January Day Breakfast Menu Grapefruit Cooked Cereal with Cream or Mi! Scrambled Eggs French Toa Coffee Milk Luncheon Menu Cream of Tomato Soup (Canned Buttered Toast Dill Pickles Pear Sauce Packaged Cookie Tea Dinner Menu Winter Succotash Browned Apple Rings Cabbage Salad Wheat Whole Bread Plum Jam Raism Cream Pudding Te Winter Succotash (Serving 4) 4 tablespoons fat 3 tablespoons minced onions 4 tablespoons minced ereei peppers 1-3 cup diced celery 2 cups drained corn (canned o cooked dried) 2 cups cooked beans Vt teaspoon paprika Heat fat n frying pan, add and simmer 5 minutes, onions, peo- pers and celery. Add rest of ingredients and cook slowly 5 minutes Broivned Apple Rings 2 apples, cored and peeled 3 tablespoons fat Vs teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons corn sirup or maple sirup Vs teaspoon cinnamon. Cut apples in half inch crossway slices. Brown on both sides in fat heated in frying pan. Add rest of ingredients and a coverj Cook 5 minutes--or until tender. Arran-e around the platter of succotash. Meats used for stews are improved in flavor and color if they are first browned. Cut the meat into uniform pieces (about 1 inch). .Heat chopped suet, bacon fat or any other desired shortening i n a frying pan. When hot add the meat and cook well on all s ' d . es - Transfer to stew kettle and add rest of the ingredients. Boiled white or brown rice can be med m place of bread crumbs in stuffing for stuffed veal shoul- t\ ve ^i birds or rolled flai * steak. The family will probably enjoy a change from the regular bread stuffing. You can use leftover rice this way. Patriotic and Nutritious Dinner For Four Savory Fish Fillets Baked'Sweet Potatoes Graham Muf-fins Butter Chilli Salad bour Cream Waffles with Nufs Maple Sirup Tea Savory Fish FUlels (Baked) 4 fish fillets Vz teaspoon salt J A teaspoon paprika % teaspoon celery seed }s teaspoon dry mustard 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1J~ cups vegetable cream sauce J2 cup buttered crumbs 1 teaspoon minced parsley Wash-and dry fillets. Arranee in shallow buttered baking dish Sprinkle with seasonings and" juice. Cover with sauce and ----- witn crumbs and pars'-. Bake 30 minutes in moderate Chili Salad ' 1 cup cooked lima beans ',2 cup diced celery 1 tablespoon minced onions 1 cup shredded salad green 1-3 cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons chili sauce Mix and hill beans, celery onions and salad green. Add rest of ingredients. Sour Cream Waffles With Nuts 2 cups flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 2-3 teaspoon soda % teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar 2 egg yolks 2-3 cup sour cream Compilation of Records Is Started Plans for a membership drive - Sf.ii H Fr i endS ° f Libra "*s were outlined at a-committee meeting Thursday morning at the Masori . public library, when the wartime projects of the group were rf--··«·"' *~ Cerro Gordo county : s of Libraries has on lls immediate program the assembling of another V book shin- ment for soldiers and the compila- ation of a war activities record for Cerro Gordo county. This latter project involves collecting information on all Cerro Gordo's men m J*% s - rvlc f from their families. The 2o cent membership fee paid to Friends of Libraries will help pay for materials involved in compiling a file of service men Mrs. Curtis Amen presided at the meeting which was attended Ralph Smiley, Mrs. C. H. McNider' M S anford Milder, Mrs. Harold Morgan, Mrs. Ralph Llovd Jones Mrs. Ray dough, Mrs. H C. Johnson Mrs. George Harty, Mrs. S..L. Rugland, Mrs. B B Bagley, Mrs. G. W. Cadv Mrs' Clay Tandy, Rabbi Nathan Levinson, Mrs. W. OASharpe, Doctor Marvin Kober, Hugh Gilmore oirtt A " h' Peterson - Mrs. L. T. ^'_°bam,_ Mrs. Robert Glazer, Mrs. i. and Miss Ei eanor ersfaip Drive as War Service Mr. Gilmore spoke briefly on the m\ * Ser -V lce men ' s rec ° r i 1 i, com P lle d and pointed out that the same idea is being carried out by libraries and universities throughout the country. -- o -- 50th Anniversary of A. E. Senders to Be Celebrated DUMONT-- The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. hiller wi U hal1 - . . celebrated Jan. « o a - o n a y , Jan. 18. Basket dinner will be served serve at 12:30. Open house will be held from 3:30 untill 6 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Schuler have lived most of their lives in Frank- 1m and Butler counties. Mrs. Schuler came to Iowa from Pennsylvania when three years of age and her husband was 12 years of age when he came to Butler county from Black Hawk county They are the parents of -two children, Mrs. Arthur Scarrow of Hampton, and George, deceased. AMERICAN MODE In sharp contrast to the frilis of conquered Paris it the new American silhouette, pencil- slim, functional, designed for wartime. FUNCTIONAL SIMPLICITY I STREAMLINED COAT, CLASSIC DfiCSS BRIEF JACKET, SOFT TAILORING SOFT LINK WITH ECONOMY OF CUT SHORT JACKET SUIT MINIMUM YARDAGS (walnuts, baking cup broken nuts pecans, filberts) 2 egg whites, beaten. M i x together flour, a n g owder, soda, salt, sugar, yolk! nd cream. Fold in rest of in- redients. Bake until crisp on hot reased waffle iron. Buttermilk r sour milk can 'hich case add iclted fat. · -- U - · Party Is in Honor of Kay Siesseger, Ensign Paul Bey Mrs. David L. Fletcher entertained at her home, 1217 North Federal avenue, Wednesday evening complimenting Ensign Paul Bey who is visiting at the home . Designed by iv · ^ woo, coat with -- . _ ,,.». ,,,,_ j. ij jj l ; t i*,dn sprlnf? s^s^^^^^-'SS Nora Springs Eastern Stars Pick Officers NORA SPRINGS-Golden chapter No. 202, O. E. S., held instal- lodge Mrs. hls Mr - Mrs. R. be used, in 3 tablespoons batter in ,.,,:,,, not be overcrowded in the en, for best results. Arrange ho pans so that they will not ouch each other or the sides of ie oven. This allows good circu- ation of hot air which bakes the afce. Make sure that the oven acks are even and not warped o the cake will rise evenly. --o-Niney-four per cent of the New ealand population is of British ;igm; four per cent are native ' - rs. . Bey, and Miss Kay Siesseger who WAVES 111 " 8 hCr Ca " t0 the Bridge was played with prizes going to Miss Jeane Ericson and i-nsign Bey. Lunch was served New under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration t Does no trot dresses or mcn'i shirts. Docs nor irriHre skin. 2. Nowiitinsrodr)-. Can housed right artcr ihiving. X Instantlyjtopspcrspirarionfor 1 to 3 diys. Prevents odor. 4. A furc, white, g'tcisclcss, stainless vanishing cream. K-Awarded Approval Seal cf Amencanlnjiirate of Laundering (or being harmless to Arrid is the largest selling deodorant 39* jar JUtRIDl WAKE up in the morning and " slip quickly into this gay house dress and as a result you will be singing in your kitchen all days. No one denies that it you look prelty and gav, you will feel the same way. You can make this dress in a cheerful check and trim it with contrasting braid and you're all set tor the morning's work. Style No. 2033 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38 40 42 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 requires 3Vz yards 35-inch fabric with 3'^ yards ric rac. Send 15c (plus Ic to cover cost of mailing) for pattern; Write your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Spring's not far behind! And the Spring Fashion Book is ready! It will pay you to be nn early bird. Send for this helpful book of pattern designs and mull over its bright ideas They will solve your clothes problems for the new season! Address Pattern Department Globe-Gazette, 121 West loth _strcet, New York, N. Y. GOEPPLE-BURKE WAUCOMA -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burke announce the marriage of their daughter, Florence of Wichita, Kans., to Herbert Goepplc of Britt at Wichita Thursday. The bridegroom will leave Jan. 18 for U. S. service. " Savin ss Bonds and -- " - -- -- .*^.* iv«a it;i vea and gifts presented to Miss Sies- seger and Ensign Bey. Ensign Bey has just completed ?.. cour se at Columbia college, Ithaca, N. Y., and has been ordered to report at Norfolk, Va. SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Garfield P. T. A 7:30, school, Dad's night J F Wagner, speaker. Calvary Lutheran guild-7:30, Mrs. Toby Laffoon, 303 Fifteenth street northwest. Baptist D. O. A.-7:45, Mrs. William Davidson, 928 Harrison avenue northwest, Mrs A. C. Elsbury, assisting. St. Dorothy's circle-7:45, Mrs. Ray Donnelly, 633 Maryland avenue southwest Mrs. William Jensen, assisting Anchor Encampment auxiliary-8. I. O. O. F. hall. " R. N. A 8, Moose hall. St. James Senior lea/rue 8:30, Kathryan Waidclich, Ann Bracklein. FRIDAY Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewing; 1:15 to 4:15, 211 North Fed- TrfJt t, a y e i. nue ' . sur S' caI dressings. luckabalchee class-1. Mrs. W. E. Gildner, 217 Fifth street northwest, Mmes F R Currie, F. A. Stcphenson, W. 3' Renfro, W. Glanville, hostesses. City Progressive club-6:30, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Letts pot luck dinner. ' Borchinal Ladies j»id-- 8, Mrs. K. B. Allcman. Burch- mal Mmes. A. K. Carstens, bophus Carstens, assisting Progressive club-Mr. and Mrs. Glen McEachran Queen Rebekah lodge-8, I. O. O. F. hall. Philathea class-2, Mrs. Jennie Slaglc, 11 Connecticut avenue northeast. Baptist Johnson division 2, Miss Ida Baker, 614 Connecticut avenue southeast Wilson P. T. A 2:30, school, board at 1-30 Pleasant Ridge club-Mr. and Mrs. Bert Woodward. Kemper Guild (Episcopal)-1, Mrs. E. L. Hoffman, 38 Linden drive. '"frcle--° nr * Mary and Martha 2, Mrs. Albert Hunt, 230 Twenty-second street southeast. lation of officers in the rooms Tuesday evening, ivirs. Henry Foster was the installing officer, Mrs. C. E. Tatum the in? stalling marshal, Mrs. Anna Ta- £?' '" t t tal l'? S cna Pla'f-. and Mrs. Kenneth Shanks, installing or- ^Briist. ' Th L oncers installed were Mrs. E. A. Hansen, worthy ma- iron; VV. L. Jackson, worthy patron; Mrs. Glorian Brandau, associate matron; C. D. Ellis, associate patron; secretary, Mrs. J. A. Llough; treasurer, Mrs. Marion Priem; conductress, Hazel Coon- associate conductress, Mrs R L' Bellows; chaplain, Mrs. Clarence Brandau; marshal, Mrs. Henry l 05 .^^, Adah, Mrs. Dawes Tatum; Ruth, Mrs^ Claude Demo; Esther, Mrs. C H. Cords; Martha, Mrs! Anna Tatum; Electa, Mrs. Myra Sanders; warder, Mrs. A n n a Hodge and sentinel, J. E. Moore The newly elected worthy matron appointed the foilowin" committees for the coming year Finance, J. E. Moore, Mrs W L Jackson and Mrs. Anna Tatiinv educational, W. L. Jackson, Mrs! Frank Merryman and Mrs F W Schmidt; relief, Mrs. Myra Sanders Mrs. Anna Hodge, Mrs. E. £-. Sherman and Mrs. A. V. rlemphill; proficiency Mrs War ion Priem, Mrs. F. W. Schmidt, Mrs Myra Sanders and Mrs. c! t. Tatum; social, Mrs. Florian Brandau, Hazel Coon, Mrs R L. Bellows, Mrs. Claude Demo, Mrs J. W. Kennedy, Mrs. Carl Behn and Mrs. Ralph Rowley; music Mrs O. L. Hansen,' Mrs. Henr Foster and Mrs. Kenneth Shanks On the war committee are th four highest officers of the chap ter and all past matrons and pas patrons. --o--. DELORES CANNON IS BEAUTY QUEEN EAGLE GROVE--Miss Delorc. Cannon of Los Angeles, Cal daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cannon of this city, was chosen as queen of department 821 at th( -- lias Aircraft plant at Vernon There are 5S girls in the department and the queen of queens will be announced Feb. 14 at the Riviera country club. --o--. RAINBOW MOTHERS CONDUCT SESSION Rainbow Mothers club of Order of Rainbow for Girls met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Earl McKibben, 15 Adams avenue northwest, with Mrs. Glen K-ephart as assisting hostess. Two new members were taken in. The mother adviser reported and the president appointed Mrs. Lyle Holmes, Mrs. H. Ross and Mrs purchase new chair the assembly. R e . were served. The next meeting will be Feb. 10. covers for freshments The name of the s t a t e of Maine comes from Maine, an an- MTM!?I° vinco o£ France, south of owned by Queen -,- ,.--....« of England, of King Charles I. SALLY'S-SALLIES 3rd Grade Pupils Are on Program Miss Edna Pyle, general Y ; . A- secret a r -, was the speaker w J 16 McKinley P. T. A. meeting Wednesday afternoon at the school, with Mrs. Louis Mentink presiding at the- session. Miss Pyle spoke on "Conserving Human Values and Natural Re- iources." After a patriotic opening, Miss Mary Ellen Brown announced the program which was presented by the third grades of Miss L e n a Gutknecht and Miss Alma Oge- son. The children sang "The Morning Prayer," "King of Winter," and "My Ship and I." Miss Ogeson's pupils played two arithmetic games and presented a play "What the New Year Brings." Mrs. G. F. Crane read the national president's message and Mrs. Berneice Hicks, the state president's message. Mrs. L. R. Brand reported on Red Cross sewing and asked that grease and cans be saved for the salvage drive. Parent Education meeting was announced for Jan. 19. Mrs. jeorge Ca Id well reported on the Shrift shop, and Miss Katherine Bailey on citizenship and Americanism. A penny march was held for kit bags. Refreshments were served by a c o m m i t t e e including Mmes. George Munn, Jim Anderson, Walter Muhlstein, W. H. Paxton, Alex Garufis, Orville Sampson, Arthur True and N. Stoynoff. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette earner boy. Committee on Packing Kept Busy Although th Red Cross production department is managing to keep busy the packing committee, composed of Mrs. M. J. Fitzpatrick,, Mrs. Rebecca Kelly and Mrs! iloyd Johnson, there is still need for more workers in both knitting sewmg and surgical dressing departments. Yarn is at the headquarters in Lincoln school to be made into turtle neck sweaters, helmets and scarfs for the armed forces, and women who wish to knit may pick up supplies there. Sewing continues at Lincoln, and in other districts throughout the city and sur- fi' c , ai i dressings are being made at 211 North Federal avenue and Roosevelt school. In the past year, the Cerro Gordo chapter o f . the Red Cross has shipped 2,912 sewed articles which 509 persons worked on 8,458 hours, a quota of surgical dressings made by 498 persons working 9,957 hours, and 2,055 Knitted articles made by 367 persons working 37,639 hours. In all, 1,274 volunteers contributed 55,854 hours of service in the county. Mrs. W. Kutzner, production" chairman for Ventura reports 60 sewed garments and six knitted for the year; Mrs. J. F. Johnson, Rockwell production chairman, 157 sewed and six knitted; Mrs. Anna Christiansen of Thornton 155 sewed and 68 knitted; Mrs' Byron Westover of Swaledale, 113 sewed and eight knitted; Mrs. Hattie Cheesbro of Plymouth, «0 sewed and eight knitted; Mrs.- Anna Janssen of Meservey, 30 sewed; Mrs. L. C. Bliem of Rock Falls, 112 sewed and one knitted. --o-- [nstalling Staff s Entertained by Officers of Lodges I. O. O. F. and Rebekah instating staff were entertained at 6:30 dinner- at the Hotel Cerro Gordo on Wednesday evening by Alfred Diercks, district deputy grand master and Mrs. Charles Robinson, [istrict deputy president. The able was decorated in pastel col- irs and gifts were presented to ach member of the installing staff y Mr. Dierchs and Mrs. Robinson. The installing staff also presented gift to Mr. Diercks and to Mrs. lobinson. Court whist was played ollowing the dinner with Mrs. Art Ready winning high score for the women, and Earl Leaman for the men. D iano Recital Is banned for Sunday Afternoon at Y. W. Ruth Swingen Brose and Miss Allegra Swingen will present a group of students in a piano re-Hal at the Y. W. C. A. Sunday fternoon at 2:30. Performers include Judith Rich- ·r, Marilyn Wagner, Jack Bailey, Sally Pendergraft, Janice Cromerj ^harmaine Peterson, Dody Weson, Darrell BramhaH, Gloria ilazer, Jean Marty, Jerry Bailey lank O'Leary, Sally McConnell, 5eth Rice, Susan Boyle, Laurel ean Glazer, Barbara Sippel, ·lancy Miller. Abbie Ann Winkle, Joyce Baum- artner, Marjory Lysne, Phyllis .emanek, Phyllis Herrick, Beverly Iramhall, Sanford Loomis, Bob Sailey, Susanne Pierce, John i'reeman, Rosalie Storvick. Billie ..immert, Louise Meyers, Ger- Idine Stein, Frank Slepicka. Dorothy Crane and David Stor-- ick. FIUSIP TONIGHT Z · » · · · Va-tro-nol. (l) shrinks swollen membranes, 2) soothes irritation, (3) relieves . . . And R folder. wmo-Noi. WINTER CLOVE Clean-Up our as- You'll find sortment of colors and sizes complete. Many styles for year 'round wear. Fabrics and leather combinations reduced to-- 79c and $1.00

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