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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 5 1934 STATE-B. P. W._CONVENTION . TO BE HERE^URINGJVVEEK Iowa WomennK^^R^Tr^ir Scholl Baby fT*. *· CONVENTION FIGURES] »jjTM£: ^TolTon Women Will Arrive for Meeting Woman's Club Board Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday. The week promises to be an important one in Mason City, particularly because of the state convention of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs which will be held here Thursday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. · The convention will Taring women from all parts of Iowa here for the program which has been arranged under the direction of Miss Beulah Randolph. Speakers will include Miss Marion McClench of Ann Arbor, past national president of the federation; Winona Evans Reeves of Keokuk, author and lecturer; Dr. Lyman Bryson of Des Moines, and Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney of Mason City. Two New Clubs. * Two hew B. P. W. clubs will have representatives at the state convention. Cedar Rapids has a club, just organized with 125 members, and Eldora has a club organized a short time ago. The Woman's club board will conduct its May meeting Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The board is one of the few groups in the club which functions throughout the year. The Parent Teacher council will present Grace Sloan Overton in a lecture Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The lecture is open to all who are interested. Breakfast Planned. Mrs Alice Brown, organizer of the East State Street club, will be honored at a. breakfast to be given Thursday morning by the club. . T. N. T. and Tusalata clubs will iota Thursday evening in sponsoring an employers' banquet at the Y. W. C. A. The Queen Esther class of the First Methodist church will have a May fete Sunday afternoon from 4. to 6 o'clock at the home of Miss Gertrude Decker, 132 Tenth street northwest, with Miss Decker and Miss Esther Baker in charge. The program will include a talk by Mrs. G. S. C. Andrick, music by Miss Dorothy Decker and poems by Miss Roslyn Brogue. - YOUR ERMANENT WAVE FOR SUMMER Deep soft waves that last for many months and grow increasingly lovely with the summer heat. All the Curls You Need--Any Style You Wish! NEW VEDA CURL SUPER STEAM OIL Permanent Wave . Including Shampoo and Mnser Wafe $375 Shampoo and Finger Wave. 7Sc Hollywood Star Push-up Permanent ^1 AC Wave . . . . . . . . . «Pl.3*J Other Waves, $2.75--'$4.50 11.1/2 South Federal Are. Over "Kresge's $1 Store Phone 381 SKARF SMARTENS FROCK GOWN HAS ATTRACTIVE NECKLINE; THREE-QUARTER LENGTH SLEEVES; EASILY MADE AT HOME JS*2!SSSlSZSL£SSS*$Si"""" *""""' "'" ""' B. P. KcnsIngtO-- Mrs. Joe Ditzler, 711 Ninth street northwest. lason Home Project Women-Mrs. David Diercks, 'achievement day. twentieth Century club- May breakfast, Mrs. H. J. Bryant, Mrs. John Senneff, Mrs. W. J. Holahan, committee. 5 club-6'30 o'clock, church, Mr. and Mrs. R J. Melsh, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blair Mr." and Mrs. Ray Roriclfc Mr and Mrs. Harold Jorgenson. Madison Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, school. Y. W. C. A. Glee club-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. this silk. Slightly dressy hi type is youthful dress of dotted tie And of course you already know tie silks are very popular with smart young things. It's a dress you can wear all spring and right through the summer. Another strikingly smart scheme is plain navy blue crepe silk. Make the collar of pink linen. Its so easy and inexpensive to make it. Style No 697 is designed for sizes 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19 years. Size 15 requires 3% yards of 39-inch mate- The Essence of Fashion! rial. 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 cants. Price of pattern 15 cents In stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, 200 Fifth avenue, York City. New MRS. MILLARD MILLER HOSTESS AT SHOWER Mrs Millard Miller entertained at a handkerchief shower Friday evening at her home, 912 Second street southwest, complimenting 697 Miss Helen Van ' Sickle, a bride- elect. The evening was spent in sewing- MARRLVGE LICENSES ISSUED XO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to Thomas Eau Claire, 21, and Thelma Davis, 23, and to Louis Hanson, 24, and Martha Beisel, 19, all of Mason City. Given Prize for 7 Stars Justina Rose di Marco Runner-up in Clinic at Y. W. C. A. Constance Jo Ann Scholl had the greatest number of gold stars on her milk bottle of all the babies brought to the Woman's club baby clinic Friday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. and she will receive a prize for her record of seven. Justina Rose di Marco was runner-up .for first place. She is only 7 months old and has had a star all six of the times she has visited the clinic. Gold star winners at the clinic Friday were Gerald Dwane Cory, Russell Pedelty, Richard Arlen Brady, Donald D. Fuller, Leona Mae Ewing, Janice Hugi. Phyllis Harrington, Contance Scholl,' Richard Gene Weed. Barbara Wolkenhauer, Lois Ruth Gump, Pearl Evelyn Nagel, Charles Loren Arendts, Barbara Rae Hesabroad and Justina di Marco. There were 48 babies brought to the clinic. Dr. Draper Long was the physic'.cin in charge and assistants included Mrs. R. W. Willis, Mrs. F. C Eslick, Mrs. C. M. Franchere, Mrs Lester Dibble, Mrs. Walter Patton, Mrs. 'Walter Hyde, Mrs. E. O. Babcock and Miss Ruth Fisher. Stars are awarded for standard wc'jr'-t and measurement at the clinic and a complete physical examination is given each child once a year. WEEK'S SOCIAL CALENDAR MRS. JULIA S. POTTS MONDAY TUESDAY Gad-a-Lot club-- 1'o'clock, Jefferson amber room, Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson, hostess. Voman's club board-9:30 O'clock, Y. W. C. A. Roosevelt Jackson C- S. C.-Postponed two weeks. W. R. C-- Courthouss assembly. Baptist Y. W. A.-7-30 o'clock, Mrs. Chester Williams, 424 Polk place southeast. WEDNESDAY Oweso club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Otto Englebretson, 311 Second street northeast. , O. T. T. club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Lloyd Eaton, Hotel Hanford. Fortnightly club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Lulu Richardson, 202 Tenth street northeast. Central Lutheran S. E. group-2 o'clock. Mrs. W. C. Grainger, 202 Vermont avenue southeast. Social Hour club-Mrs. R. B. Dunn. Intercreek club-Mrs. Frank Burns. Woodman circle Beryl Grove ISO-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. R: L. Purington, 622 First street southeast. Madison P. T. A. -2:30 o'clock, school, installation of officers program by grade 5. Legion Drum Corps auxiliary-6:30 o'clock, Church of Christ, program and games. Behlehem Willing Workers-7:30 o'clock, church parlors.. I. O. F. lodge-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. THURSDAY East State Street club-10:30 o'clock, Church of Christ, hostesses, Mrs. Barney Sweeney, Mrs. L. P. Sanborn, Mrs. M. O. Dalvey. Mrs. M. C. Swenson, Mrs. O. A. Merkel, Mrs. Ivan Barnes, breakfast for Mrs. Alice Brown, organizer, election of officers. Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Everett G. Smith, 25 Tenth street northwest. Immanuel South division-- " . . . . . ' 2 o'clock, Mrs. Peter Nielsen, 317 Twenty-First street southeast ; Energetic class-Church, Mrs. J. Conners, Mrs. W. Tuttle, hostesses. Trinity Forest park circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Selma Christianson, 921 Fourth street southwest. Garfield P. T. A.-Postponed to May 24. Olivet Ladies' aid-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. B. 0. Erickson, Mrs. C. J. Klunder. Trinity Koosevelt circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Emil Johannsen, 542 Twentieth street southeast. Central P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school Harding F. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school Tusalata-T. N. T. clu__ 6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A, employers' banquet. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harvey Adams 9:30 Jackson avenue northwest. Royal Neighbors-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. V. M. F. 8 o'clock, McKinley school, comedy. 3 act Holy Family Children in Production O p e r e t t a Plot Based on Mince Pie Dreams of Scout. Dreams which came to a little boy who ata mince pie were depicted in the operetta, "The Old Man of the Mountain," presented Friday evening by the Holy Family grade school children in the Holy Tamily parish hall. Charles Semett took the part of Tommy Tucker who went on a hike with a group of Boy Scouts, fell asleeep while guarding the camp and dreamed !of lullaby, land, gnomies,- potato -bugs,. college :girls, fairies, Chinese, : Girl Scouts'^and ypi- rates, all of whom were represented by chorus numbers. ' The cast included in "addition to Tommy Tucker, Steve OBrien as the scout master; Michael Cross, Jack Horner; Merle Tree, Prof. I. M. A. Bugg; John Evans, Prof. A. S. Trologer;' Russell Enright, Old Man of the Mountains; Pat Laughlin. Simple Simon Patcake; Jack Quinn, scarecrow; Richard Hughes, constable; Bennie Brasser, snowman; Eugene O'Brien, fairy queen; Arthur Feeney, geezer of swat; Jimmie Johnson, Captain Kidd;. Francis Ryan, prisoner; Cletus Fandel, Tony; Donald Schmitt, bear. Miss Bee Lynch directed the performance and Mrs. Paul Kelsh was the accompanist. --*·*-- KILL KARE KLUB MEETS AT CURRIERS Kill Kare Klub met Friday evening- at the Russell fcurrier home when a program was given includ- in°- a duet by Joe Cahill and Rus- seU Herseth, a talk by E. E. Hersey, a piano solo by Betty Church, a recitation by Joyce Bisbee, whistling by Mrs. Glenn Bishop of Cvora Springs and a song by Betty and MISS BEULAH RANDOLPH MISS JOY RIDGEWAY Business and Professional Women club members of Mason City have been actively engaged for the past few weeks in making preparations for the state convention which will be held here Thursday, Friday, Sat- p the convention chairman and f her. assistant -is J Ridgeway. Miss -Randolph holds the office., of chaTM of district 3 and Miss Ridgeway is state . treasurer. Mrs. Julia Potts is p es?dent of the hostess%lub and will preside at the pre-convention board dinner Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford The convention will bring representatives from all the clubs in Iowa to Mason City. _ ' _ ; _ . - May 10 Is Deadline for Poppy Posters Made by Students Posters to be entered in the poppy poster contest sponsored by the American Legion auxiliary must be in by May 10 according to Mrs. Ray Mettler, poppy chairman for the local unit. The posters will be judged by Allan Patton, Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick and Mrs. F. B. Woodruff and the winning entries will be sent to the state contest. There are two classes, one for grade and one for high school children. Judging will be based on appeal, 40 per cent; attention value and artistic ability, 20 per cent each; neatness and originality, 10 per cent each. Life in United Home Has More Value Than Great Maternal Care By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH Into the lives of all parents there come times when the crises of the family life pile up to gigantic proportions. This is especially true when the children are tiny and colds anc children's diseases follow one another with incredible speed. There are long hours of vigil beside sick children, emergencies when life seems a nightmare. During these tiroes all rules are off, and father and mother are glad and thankful to lie down and seek oblivion in sleep whenever an op portunity comes. But there comes a time when tnli e-haustion becomes a habit, and especially with mothers. They for get, in the ceaseless wear of tend ing children, that marriage mean: anything more than motherhood and lose the dream of companion ship with which they started out. It is on this rock that hundreds o: homes have split and left th wreckage of what should have been happiness. No matter what the in cessant demands of childhood are a woman cannot afford to let them absorb all her time and energy, S that when her husband comes in after a day's work, he finds he cross or worn out and ready to g 1 to bed. Except when children are actuall sick, they can do with far less at tention than the average conscien tious mother gives them. It is more important for them t grow up in a happy and unite home than to be endowed with th material and physical benefits o overdevoted maternal care. As the grow older most children take prid in their parents' mutual devotio and happy life together, and sue a background.they.cannot have their mother has become exciusivi ly a nursemaid. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By SIRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Dinner For Four The Menu Spicy Ham Slice Escalloped Corn Celery Pickles Bread Cherry Cake Coffee Spicy Ham Slice (Serving Four) 1 pound slice ham 16 whole cloves 1,4 teaspoon cinnamon 1-3 cup sugar 1 cup pineapple juice ^2 CTip raisins. 1-3 cup water Have hani cut a'oout 2-3 inch End Season of Meetings 'rogram Given; Officers Installed for Coming Year. Officers were installed and a rogram presented at the last meeting of the year of the Lincoln Par- nt Teacher association Friday eve- ing at the school. The program opened with two iano selections, "Morning" and Shadow Dance" by Barbara Scott vho won second place in the con- ests of the Iowa Federation of .lusic. Alice Loomis gave two readings. "A Mother's Dream," written and . lirected by Mrs. G. L. Wallace was jresented by a. group of women rom the Olivet Ladies Aid. In the .ast were Mrs. H. C. Griffith, Mrs. Forrest Romig and daughter, Paricia Joan, Mrs. John Vesterby and daughter, Shirley Ann, and Ruth Kimrey. Mrs. F. H. X/undahl was the ioloist. The Lincoln all-school play. 'Black Thorugh the Years," was announced to be presented May 18 at the high school. The play was written by the Lincoln English classes and the costumes and set- togs will be the work of Lincoln students. The lecture by Grace Sloan Overton, sponsored by the Parent- Teacher council for May 10 at the Y W. C A. was announced. 'Mrs. Kathleen Clark was installed as president of the unit, Mrs. G. G. Weida, vice president, and Mrs. C. A Williams, secretary. Mrs. Clark was voted a delegate to the uationai P. T. A. convention at Des Moines. Bits About 'Em FRIDAY First Methodist Ladies aid-1 o'clock, church. . .W. C. T. XT.-- 10:30 o'clock, Baptist church, county institute, all day session, pot luck luncheon, Mary B. Br- vin. national worker, speaker. Baptist Ladies aid-2 o'clock. Mrs. E. M. Nelson, lo Fourteenth street northwest, Gildner division. Rebekah circle-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. parlors, Mrs. Wade Vasbinder, chairman. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Clare Hicks, 915 Jefferson avenue northwest, - ' ' 1 serv- 0^11115^ O."*A «- " 3 ~J · j U11CK. O Myrtle Thomason. Mr. and Mrs. | fit mto W. T. Sinnard and Mrs. Bishop and j ^^ re , her niece were guests. The next bake ^ ^_ _ meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. ^ ect frequently and baste well. Charles Bistline May 18. ' rio,vc iicuji v,u.v »·*-**-- thick. Stick cloves on one side and ito shallow baking pan. Top rest of ingredients. .Cover and bake IVt hours to moderate oven. We Live-But Once Without health and energy this world offers but little. Can you afford to starve yourself? Protect your health and enjoy your food . . . Ask MRS. ROBERT INMAJ. HONORED AT PARTI' Mrs. Robert Inman was honored at a surprise birthday party given Friday at her home, 212 Twenty- second street southeast, by a group of neighbors and friends. The time was spent informally and Mrs. Inman received a number of gifts from the guests who included Mrs. L. G. Wessels, Mrs. E. B. Russell, Mrs. J. E. Snyder, Mrs. M. P. Peter- general meeting, division ing. Trinity Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. Ove Sanderson, Mrs. H. Holt. Mrs. O. Tangen, hostesses. Harmony Guild-Church. Mrs. L. S. Sanders, Mrs. Howard Knesal, Mrs. L. A. Moore, hostesses, Mrs. Jay Lorenz, devotions. j Immanuel M.-D. banquet-6:30 o'clock, church, mother anfl daughter banquet. Baptist Drama club-7-30 o'clock, Mrs. Clifton Oeschger, 420 Fifteenth street northeast. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney. speaker. L. A. P. M-S o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Repp, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pine, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lund. Mrs. D. C. Coffin, A. M. Staplin. Daughters of Veterans-Courthouse assembly. If only people had to prove them- i selves competent before they ---' J sen Mrs. Peter Nielsen, Mrs. Olga Ramsey. Mrs. J. T. Weber, Mrs. Mary Christiansen. Mrs. J. B. Bitting, Mrs. Gertrude Madsen, Mrs. P. C. Madsen. Mrs. C. B. Olson and Mrs. G. R. Welker. Wife Preservers Escalloped Corn. 2 cups corn 1 cup cracker crumbs 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon salt if, teaspoon sugar 34 teaspoon paprika i; teaspoon celery salt % cup milk 2 tablespoons butter, melted. Mix ingredients and pour into buttered baking dish. Bake 25 minutes in moderate oven. Cherry Cake. li,4 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder i teaspoon salt 5 tablespoons fat 1-3 cup sugar . 1 egg ]/· cup milk Mix dry ingredients. Cut in fat with knife. Mixing with knife add eg" and milk. Mix lightly. Pour into Missionary Group Gives M-D Banquet Program Presented at Affair Held at Church of Christ. The Women's Missionary society of the Church of Christ sponsored its annual mother and daughter banquet at the church Friday evening at 6 oclock. Mrs. D. L. Kratz presided as toasttnistress and introduced the speakers. Mrs. Wallace Allen led devotions based on "Lift Up Your Eyes and Look Unto the Fields for they are White Unto the Harvest." Mrs. F. C. Goodman spoke on "The Beauty of Kindly Understanding Between Mother and Daughter" and Miss Elizabeth Fe«ley .responded with a talk on "What My Mother) Means to Me. NOSEGAY Every young, girl of Colonial times had to have several quilts in her hope chest, and the dainty "Nosegay" pattern was one of the first quilts to be pieced. It was considered one of the simplest of the pieced patterns; and when it was completed, the young bride to be was recognized as one ready to work on a more elaborate block. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 22 which contains six other patterns. For your copy sand JO 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 RUTH LEAMER CLUB HAS STEAK FRY Members of the Ruth Learner club joined with the Central Lutheran Young Men's club for a steak fry at Spring park Friday evening. Viola Wass, Ruth Dittke and Lorna Hanson were in charge of arrangements and there were IS present. Mrs. F. W. Fenske and daughtei Ocy Aliene, accompanied by Mrs Leon Woodward and Merrill Herbener have returned from Iowa City, where Miss Ocy Aliene took part in the harp contest. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gaffney, 1102 President avenue southwest, have received word of the birth to Mr and Mrs. Merrill Gaffney of Waterloo of a 7 pound daughter on May 2 This is the local Gatfney's first grandchild. Merrill, formerly on the news staff of the Globe-Ga; zette, is editorial writer for the "··*' terloo Courier. The baby has named Dorothy. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brice, Second street southeast, have turned from Miami, .Fla., they spent the winter. They w companied from Chicago by Mary Kohl and daughter, Kathryn vho went in to meet them. * * * Miss Myrtle Albert, Cerro Gordc lOtel, and Miss Eleanor Hazlett, 113 Ninth street northeast, drove to Def Moines Saturday to attend the state Chi Omega sorority convention ;here Saturday and Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Jennings and son, Jerry, 824 Third street south- vest have returned from Dee Moines where they attended the state osteopathic convention. Mrs. Vic McClung and daughter, Jane, 503 Fourth street southeast, have' returned from Rock Island, DI., and Monmouth, HI., where they were called by the death of Mrs. McClung's brother-in-law. The funeral was held at Monmouth. * * * Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gleason have arrived from Chicago for a visit with their parents, Mrs. O. W. Crawford, 312 Tenth street northeast, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gleason, 724 North Federal avenue. Felt weather stripping tacked iside of the door fran cabinet will keep them greased shallow pan. Cover cherry mixture. Cherry Mixture 11/2 cups cherries % cup sugar 1 tablespoon flour 3 ,2 teaspoon cinnamon 3 tablespoons butter. Mix ingredients. Spread on soft dough. Bake 25 minutes in moderate oven. Serve warm or cold. Tomato Cheese Squares 12 pieces buttered bread 12 slices tomatoes 12 slices cheese 12 pieces bacon 6 tablespoons catsup. Cover bread with tomatoes, cheese and bacon. Place on shallow I I Mrs. J. H. Marston, accompanied by Mrs. Allen sang "Where the Four-Leaf Clovers Grow" and "The Garden Where Pradies Grow." Mrs. Shadrach Morgan spoke on "Mothers and Daughters of China." The tables were decorated in the society colors, lavender and white and the girls of the Triangle club were seated on the center table with their leader, Mrs. Morgan. Group 2 of the Christian Workers had charge of the dinner with Mrs. G. L. Gilbert as chairman. A short business meeting followed th« program when Mrs. Will-1 liam Finley, chairman of the nominating committee reported a slate of officers who were elected for the coming year. New officers are Mrs. C. D. Combs, president; Mrs. J. A. Gashel, first vice president; Mrs. Earl Smith, second vice president; Mrs Stanley Haynes, third vice president: Mrs. J. W. Hight, secretary, and Mrs. Virgil Hicks, pianist LAIRD BEGGING .. . Laird Begs Parden if he seems to boast about his beautiful Spring Footwear. If you think he is talking too much about his shoes . - . COME IN Monday and see for yourself. L A I R D ' C 14 E. State St. "^ Where Shoes Are Really Fitted ^^^"^ W f* ^ » "*^ *" ~ fOUrmr AMD «ATIt»ACTin» WITH »V«Y tV SLACKS SHORTS JQDPHURS BREECHES JACKETS BLOUSES SWEATERS Every kind and style for outdoor sports. Our collection is most varied in materials, colors and in all sizes. You'll need a lot of them for your summer sports. 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