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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 4 IB 1931 GIRL SCOUTS FROM SIX TOWNS TO ATTEND FIELD MEET .... 1 . 1 1 1 """ - *~"" ^ i r ~ " . Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern Wide Range of Skill to Participate Invitational Meet in Observance of National Youth Week. Could you make a bed in hospital fashion in four minutes ? Would you know what to do if a woman fainted in a crowd? Could you lay a fire and suspend or prop a can of water over it and have it boiling in nine minutes?'If you know -what a sheepshank is, could you tie one in five minutes ? How about sending and receiv- ine- a message of 30 words in Morse _ _ code in four minutes or pitching a those geometric quilt designs that NIGHT .AND DAY "Night and Day" is another of tent in 11 minutes? I'll bet couldnt even identify 10 wild flowers correctly in" six minutes. You'd have to, if you were to take part in the Girl ScoUt field meet Saturday. Observe "South Week. Youth week will be observed in Mason City with an invitational field meet sponsored by the local Girl Scout for Scouts from Clear Lake, Hampton, Iowa Falls, Meservey, Plymouth and Sheffield Saturday at the Monroe school. Registration will be at 11 o'clock and at 12 o'clock the local Girl Scout council will serve hot chocolate to the visiting teams. The program will begin at 1 o'clock with the regular opening ceremony of the Girl Scouts and get acquainted games. Many Events. Events of the contest include bed malting, wild flower recognition, first aid, fire-building, compass work, knot-tying, signalling and tent pitching. Awards will be blue ribbons for all towns attaining a score of 800 points, red ribbons for towns having 650 points, white ribbons for 500 points and green for 250 points. The Mason City team which is made up of the best contestants chosen from six Girl Scout troops includes Evelyn Wildebor, Lucile Rarick, Betty Lee, troop 1; Ann Casey, Mary Richardson, Joan and Jean Fleming, troop 2; Grace Ann Chenoweth, troop 3; Peggy Heneman, Dorothy Campbell, Mollie Winter and Geraldine Cathcart, troop 4; Helen Harris, Alice Ann Moore, Carol Moore, Jean Baumgartner, Rosamond Webster, Mary B\nrets, Jane Lee Bemet, Helen "WJlts and Bonnie -"" -Follow MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED FOB MAY NORTHWOOD, May 4.- ing a period of unusual activity in the number of marriage licenses issued, a sudden slump was experienced during the closing days of April, no licenses being issued from April 20 . to April 28. Licenses reported since April 28 are Carl Ballinger, Independence, Mo.; Kathryn M. Auestad, Kensett; Jack Carter St. Paul; Mareth Christensen, Minneapolis'; Dale Sanders and Evalyn Flagman, Minn.. both of Farinington to the be- aolder. Only two patterns are used in cutting the block, but it is the color arrangement that creates such bewilderment when your friends attempt to figure out the pattern from the completed coverlet. Twenty blocks, 16 inches square make a whole spread. So easily and quickly it is pieced that one square may ha made in one hour. , 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. R.N.A. Drill Team Sponsors Card Party The R. N. A. Drill team held the ast of a series of benefit card parties at the Eagles hall Thursday when 500 was played at 21 tables and bridge at six tables. The traveling prize for 400 went :o Mrs. J. E. Wooldridge and the raveling prize for bridge to Mrs. Ed Toinby. Mrs. Frank Brown and f. J. Goelz won high score 500 rizes and Mrs. Art Slater of Clear ^ake and F. O. Wenters. high score iridge prizes. Mrs. C. Herr, Mrs. Dolph Miller, ilrs. U. W. Davis and Mrs. Archie Woods, ware in charge of arrangements. Another party was announced for May 17 at the P. G. Japanese Party Held by Athenian Members to Conclude Season Athenian club members closed their year with a Japanese party Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. E. E. Fleming, 503 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, with Mrs. W. B. Casey, Mrs. E. J. Kelly, Mrs. William Barragy, Mrs. S. C. Deyoe and Mrs. J. F. Price as assisting hostesses. Lattice work intertwined with flowers, Japanese lanterns and Japanese pictures decorated the rooms and the hostesses wore Japanese costumes. Dinner was served at 6 o'clock with the menu, centerpiece and place cards repeating the Japanese theme. Following dinner Mrs. E. J. Kelly gave an account of the life and customs of Japan. During the business meeting, the officers gave their reports and Miss Margaret Kelly read the club history. Bridge was the diversion of the evening with prizes going to Mrs. D. W. Daly and Mrs. J. Frank Hayes. Social Calendar FOR JUVENILE WEAR FROCK WITH YOKE, PUFFED SLEEVES AND PLEATS FOK FULLNESS IS ACCOMPANIED BY MATCHING BLOOMERS UMM-Uucttt ftsOcn I« l*nt Ultcio. SIK lint »yenue, FRIDAY Baptist Drama club-Postponed. Century dull-6:30 o'clock, Congregational church, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Dr. and Mrs. Draper Long, Mr. and Mrs. George Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Max Riley. Kill Kare Klub-Mrs. J. Russell Currier. Queen Rebekah lodge-8 o'clock, I. 0. O. F. hall, home-1 coming night, initiation. Lincoln P. T. A-8 o'clock, school. Our Savior's Luther league-8 o'clock, ^church. -B; UIANA DA* · Lingerie collar seems to be a very modish feature of mummy's new frock, so small daughter has taken the idea for herself. While the original dress and bloomers was in yellow and white batiste with crisp white organdie collar, the style is one that can be caried out in many colors and materials. Red and white gingham check with white lawn collar is sturdy and smart for play hours. Pastel organdie, flowered voile and tub pastel silks could be used for dressier wear. Stple No. 668 is designed for sizes 2, 4 and 6 years. Size 4 requires 2i yards of 39- inch material with % yard of 35- inch contrasting and 1 yard of 3% inch ribbon for bow. The i Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting Spring Fashion Book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book'10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred.) Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but f f o address Globe-Gazette Pattern de- DOO partment, 200 Fifth avenue, New York City. SATURDAY R. N. A. Juveniles-2 o'clock, Eagles hall, mothers' day program. Portland Snap 4-H Girls-Miss Alta Spotts. J. A. R.-10:30 o'clock, Eadmar hotel, May morning breakfast. . IBELLNG SLEMS NASHUA, May 4.-- Miss Sena M. Siems, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siems. of Geneva, and Herman G. Ibeling of Ackley were married Wednesday at the Little Brown church, by the Rev. William Kent. rJnlliant Scholar Is Sometimes Not at His "U~ -Best-Teaching-School By BROOKE PETEKS CH0BCH Mr. Miller taught mathematics in the high school. He was a remarkable mathematician, and the school considered itself fortunate in having obtained his services. When the time for examinations came, however, principal and parents were dismayed to find that th« boys and girls who had been studying under Miller were for the most part unaole to pass the tests. That a person is a good scholar does' not necessarily mean that he will be a good teacher. In fact, the best and most brilliant scholars are often the poorest teachers. To them the subject in question offers no difficulties and if they ever had any ifficulty in mastering it they prob bly have forgotten all about it. They cannot understand the chile who stumbles over the problems anc oes not at once grasp the explana- ions of methods or facts. They see no need to repeat and go into detail New Powder Cives Girlish Bloom MELLO-GLO, the new face powder, will keep your skin from exposure and preserve its youth. The new French process by which it is made makes it stay on longer, spread smoother, and will not clog the pores.. Its special tint is youthful. No flakiness or irritation with MELLO-GLO. Try this new wonderful face powder. 50c and $1. Famous GOTH GOLD STRIPE Stockings are " . f l l ' . ' T . 1 IV r QUM.IT* · · ABEL SON INC. Protect Your Furs from Moths-Fire-Theft Also expert repairing and remodeling--phone 788 or 789 Bits About 'Em New Movies * * » * "It Happened One Night" Opening at Iowa Theatre. and are impatient with the chile who asks the questions. The children hemsolves soon feel the atmos phere, and prefer to "take chance" rather than run the risk o seeming stupid.. To be a good teacher requires in iinite patience and an ability to pu one's self in the other fellow's place The understanding. teacher wi" never let a point go by until he i sure that every member of the clas understands it perfectly. Nor -will he hold up to ridicule or censure the slow and conscientious plodder who requires special help. He may give the help after hours so as not to delay the rest of the class, but he will not make the child feel "cheap" or inadequate. When a child who is conscientiously trying fails to understand a subject, it might be well to look into the teaching before reproving the youngster. .** Halcyon days was a name given by the ancients to the seven days which precede and the seven days which follow the shortest day of the year. Mrs Flank Roach ot Minneapolis who has been visiting here for the jast few days will leave Saturday 'or her home accompanied by her sister, Miss Lucille Franchere, Kirk apartments. * s * Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, 823 Jefferson avenue northwest, are in Des Moines attending the twenty- ninth annual convention of the Cen- :ral Commercial Teachers' association. Mrs. Hamilton is secretary, of .he organization and Mr. Hamilton s chairman of the stenotype and :ypewriting round table. £ # » Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Austin and daughter, Juanita, 115 First street southeast, have moved to their cottage, "Belle Aire," on the north shore of Clear Lake. 3 S ill Mrs. Harold Wasley, state officer of the Catholic Daughters of Iowa, left for Des Moines Friday to attend a Catholic Daughters conference at the Hotel Savery, Des Moines, Saturday. The conference will be a meeting of state officers and district deputies. -- ·**-- LINCOLN RADIO CIRCLE CONCLUDES MEETINGS. At the last meeting of the Lincoln Radio Child Study circle at the home of Mrs. C. A. Williams, 313 Washington avenue northwest, it was announced that certificates will be given to Mrs. Stella Byerly, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. R. J. Longley and Mrs. T. M. Hilton for attendance at every meeting. The lesson was on "Emotional Development of the Parent" and following the program, refreshments were served, by the hostess, Mrs. Byerly. Plans were made for a summer picnic. The picture which was responsible for the biggest opening day in the history of Radio City Music Hall .in New York, "It Happened One Night," played to capacity crowds during the first day of the local engagement at the Iowa theater. The picture, which is showing for the first time in Mason City, boasts the happy combination of an excellent starring team,, Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert, and a fascinating story. Gable, as the cynical, rough newspaper -.reporter,. .Eeter .Warn«,. ia again-Ove Gabletie · fan* jTMBt to see.He treatsXnauaettr'fotigffana 1 she likes' it. Miss Colbert,' as the runaway heiress, Ellen Andrews, is human, lovable and tantalizing. The supporting cast is excellent; Walter Connolly plays Claudette's father, and parts, are taken by Jamesou Thomas, Roscoe Karns, Alan Hale HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE. To Make Spinach Mold. To make a spinach mold, press drained, seasoned, cooked spinach Into a round or ring mold which has been well buttered. Heat 10 minutes in moderate oven. Unmold and surround or fill center with creamed mushrooms, chicken, ham or vegetables. and others. The enthusiastic response with which the picture has met in all parts of the country stamps it as one of the year's most, outstanding productions. It has that sparkling, realistic yet romantic quality that no one between the ages of eight and eighty can resist. The situations are hilarious, the dialog is scintillating, the direction is brilliant, and the acting is all one would expect from Gable and Miss Colbert. The picture will continue at the Iowa theater through Tuesday of next we*k. BIN.G CROSBY IN CECIL PICTURE Bing Crosby, in addition to his popularity as a crooner, is winning acclaim for his acting ability. Although he has attempted no heavy roles as yet, his appearances have been pleasing, natural and unaffected. ; His most recent starring vehicle, "We're Not Dressing." begins a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil theater. rclltvt pain in ONE mimt«j «nd ih« pui- «ur«! h«ol Itnder tow; «dWy loann and REMOVE CORNS WALTHAM GENT'S WATCH Special la Jewel 527.00 OUR PRICE A REAL VALUE WATCHES 1850 DIAMONDS S WEST STATE Dinner Serving Four. Western Hash Buttered Beets Bread Cherry Butter Pear Salad Rhubarb Cobbler Coffee .Western Hash i -tablespoons fat, 8 table-: New Leaders Selected by B. P. W, Club Mrs. W. R. Hamilton Will Head Organization for Year. Mrs. W. R. Hamilton was elected president of the Mason City Business and Professional Women's club at a meeting Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford. She succeeds Mrs. Julia Shipley Potts. Miss Eva Scott -was named vice president, Miss Laura Wallpole, recording secretary, Mrs. J. R. Murray, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lola Mason, treasurer; Miss Mabel Sucher, educational trustee; Miss Martha Eckhart, bulletin editor, and Mrs. Potts, board member. Convention Delegates. Mrs. Hamilton was named a delegate to the regional convention to be held at Grand Rapids, Mich., in July. Delegates to the state convention to meet in Mason City Msy 10, 11, 12 and 13 will be Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Iva Willey and Mrs. Potts. The program included numbers by the Y. W. C. A. Glee club under the direction of Mrs. W. F. Ingraham. The- club sang "Springtime" by Watkins, "Sylvia" by Speaks, "Venetian Love Song" by Nevin and "Still as the Night" by Bohm. Mrs. Morris Laird accompanied the sing, ers. Reports by Chairmen. Mrs. Potts, retiring president, gave a brief talk and made a number of recommendations to the club. Reports were made by the various club chairmen including Mrs. Dora Liesveld, research; Miss Eva Scott, education; Mrs. Catherine Garvey, international relations; Miss Joy Ridgeway, public relations; Mrs. Otto Giga, transportation; Miss Lola Mason, budget: Mrs. Murray, health; Miss Thelma Almklov, house. Miss Beulah Randolph spoke on the convention plans which she is directing. She introduced Miss Kathryn Williams who had charge of editing the club bulletin.' Mrs. Murray announced that the health committee had planned a hobo picnic for the next meeting, June 7, at East park. Wife Preservers When making hot potato salad, heat the French dressing. LAKE HOME PIMM EOT WOMEN AT MEETING. The home project co-operators of Lake township met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Thrams for the last session of the year. There were 14 present and the lesson was en "Your Most Becoming Print." A style show was conducted and the next group of lessons on "Home Furnishings" discussed. ! School Day Party I Held by Wartburg League at Church i Thirty-five members and friends of the Wartburg Luther league held a school-day kid party at the St. James Lutheran church last evening. The old-fashioned Friday aft- erno.on program opened with the singing of "America." "Kid"' readings, songs and stunts were given by Margaret Stephan, Helen Buehler, Paul Kruggel and Florence Rohr. Miss Eleanor and Miss Pearl Broers entertained with several guitar numbers. Prizes were given to winners of various games. reg»e scnting different lessons; K/nur Barnosky for arithmetic, Jsefcn Buehlcr for geography and Harland Broers for hygiene. Mis Hilda Ruhnke was awarded the prize for the best kid costume. Both classroom and "kid" games entertained the group for the evening. Refreshments were served by the Misses Elsie and Marietta Broers. Harland Broers, and Elmer Barnosky. HONORED AT PAKTV. Mrs. -J. Sheka who is leaving next week for Seattle, Wash., was honored at a farewell luncheon given Thursday by the Loyal Women and UAILEV-ADWSON GREENE, May 4.--The wedding of Miss Ellen Dailcy, Clarksvilc. Allison of Greene, members of the Philathea das.; of was held at the local Catholic par- the Church of Christ in the church sonage, the Rev. Father Drcxel officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Allison will ~ spoons chopped onions, 3 tablespoons chopped green peppers, IVs cups cooked meat, 1 cup diced cooked potatoes, 1 egg, 1 cup milk, % teaspoon salt, Vi teaspoon paprika. Heat fat in frying pan. Add and brown onions and peppers. Add rest of ingredients. Mix well. Bake 20 minutes in moderate oven. Stir several times while cooking;. Rhubarb Cobbler, Serving Four. One and one-half cups flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, U teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons lard, li cup milk. Mix flour, baking powder and salt Cut in lard with knife. Slowly add milk. Spread soft dough over rhubarb mixture. Rhubarb Jtoture. Two cups diced rhubarb, 1 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons flour, % cup water, 2 tablespoons butter, % teaspoon. nutmeg, Vi teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Bleo rhubarb, sugar, flour. Add rest of ingredients and pour into buttered baking dish. Cover with dough and bake SO minutes in moderate oven. Serve warm with cream or lemon sauce. BETHLEHEM WAI/CHER LEAGUE AT MEETING. , Bethlehem Walther league met i Thursday evening in the church parlors for a business session and, social hour. June Sanders, Alice and Henry-Eic;tman"were'taien' intcTtbe league. -Esther Luker, Ella Heini- buck and Sam Border were in charge of the games and contests which were carried on during the evening. Refreshments were served. MARGARET SHERIDAN HOSTESS TO CLUB. Miss Margaret Sheridan entertained the Guess Who club at her home at Clear Lake Thursday evening. There were three tables of bridge with prizes going to 'Miss Virginia Soukup and Miss Blanche Ivis. Guests were Mrs. David Davenport and Miss Marian Osmund and Miss Osmond won the guest prize. Spelman'Is Honored by Gathi.enng in Clarion Crosby is featured with Carole | hou ,, s Lombard. George Burns and Gracie Allen, Ethel Merman and Leon Errol. The music was written by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel whose "Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?" and "You're Such a Comfort to Me" were lasts eason f 1 "We're -Not Dressing'' is an ad- venture-fimusical. It tells the story of a wealthy heiress who, with a company of sycophantic friends, is shipwrecked on a South Sea island. With them, one of the sailors from the crew of -her yacht is cast To keep cookies and cakes moist and tasty store in an airtight place such as cake box or stone jar as soon as they are cool. 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SUMMER HATS In White and Colors, Straivs, Crepes, Bmtds and Combiiiatio m $1.00 t o $3.95 CLARION, May 4.--The brotherhood of the Congregational church entertained wives of the members with a dinner and program in the church parlors Wednesday night. The affair was also a farewell compliment to the Rev. H. O. Spelman. who will leave his pastorate here the first of July to retire from the ministry. The program included a group of three songs by a male quartet, Arthur Nagle, Dean Linfor, David Pardun and Wayne Sharp; a violin solo by Miss Edna Olseth, and two selections by a trio, Miss Olseth, Mrs. C J. Christiansen and Mrs. Orin T. Bergfald. C. J. Christiansen gave a short talk, --*;.-- · Decorah Circuit Pastors . Meet for All Day Session DECORAH, May 4.--The Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Hoff entertained the pastors of the Decorah Circuit of the Norwegian Lutheran church of America at an all day session. The opening sermonet was given by the Rev. H. Finstad of Lawler. A discussion of the proposed reconstruction program of the N. C. L. A. took up the greater part of the afternoon. ashore On the island the company finds Burns and Allen, a patt· of nut-naturalists. How the beautiful heiress learns to love the sailor, and with his help turn the shipwreck into good fortune, furnishes the basis of an amusing, lyrical story. J.V.Campbell Named Head of Jeffersonian Club; Plan Meeting J V. Campbell was elected president of the Jeffersonian club at a meeting Thursday evening at the democratic headquarters in the Luke. Miller-Sterling building. W. J. O'Brien was named vice president, Mrs Louise Edwards, secretary, and Mrs. Isabelle H. Daly, treasurer. The Jeffersonian club will hold a joint meeting with the Young Democratic club Tuesday, May 22. A membership of 15 was reported at the meeting. There are four units of the club in Cerro Gordo county, at Rockwell, Thornton, Clear Lake and Mason City. BlUDGE-SHOWEK. FOR HELEN VAN SICKLE. Miss Helen Van Sickle was honored at a miscellaneous shower and bridge party given Thursday evening by Miss Dolly Hyberger and Mrs. C. W. Abbott at the Bovaird tearooms. Bridge was played at four tables with high score prizes going to Miss Tolla Blowers and Miss Van Sickle. The wedding, of Miss Van Sickle and Roger Fatten will be May 10 in Sioux City. Irrigating farms with sewage in India has been found to increase the yield of sugar cane greatly. SPECIAL ROSES, dozen SWEET PEAS, bunch ..: ..................... 49' 19' Bench ROSE BUSHES, each $2.00 PER DOZEN PERENNIALS, 4 Q c each JL «7 JOHNSTON'S FLOWERS Across Prom I'arU \\t Telegraph Pitmen Phone S23 to llrst Street X \\. BUY NOW! The Mason City Paint and Wall Paper Company stock recently purchased at Sheriff's sale and 300 new wall papei patterns--now offered to you at sensational savings. 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