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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 30 1936 ELEVEN SOCIETY NEWS English Visitor Set Time Record in Coming Here Eating breakfast one Wednesday morning in London, Eng., and in Los Angeles, Cal., the following Wednesday is in the recent experience of Mrs. Ralph M. Finder of London, who is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Will Towne of New York state, and her uncle, Charles T. Ogden, 317 Eighth street northwest, here. Mrs. Finder will be remembered by Mason Cityans as Isaphcne Haas of DCS Moines who formerly was a column conductor for the DCS Moines News and who spoke to various groups here, among them the Woman's club, during that time. Mrs. Finder sailed from England on the lie de France, landing in New York after a five day trip. She took a plane from New York to Los Angeles to accomplish the distance from London to Los Angeles in seven days. EYES EXAMINED--GLASSES FITTED Lenses Ground--Frames Soldered, Broken Lenses Duplicated While You Wait. Â·NK*EE2 LOWEST PRICES llfli/j N. Federal Phone 1326 DRS.WELLS-KITCHEH Clinic Will Be Held Friday at "Y" for Babies One of the events of national baby week, will be the regular monthly free clinic for babies sponsored by the Woman's club child conservation department to be held Friday afternoon from 1 to 3 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Workers will be Mrs. Walter Hyde. Mrs. W. F. Hannaman, Mrs. E. 0. Babcock, Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Mrs C. M. Franchere. Dr. Madelene Donnelly will be the physician in charge. The clinic is held on the first Friday afternoon of every month and provides an opportunity for mothers to check the progress of their babies. Each child is weighed and measured and gold stars are awarded for standard weight arid measurement. A complete physical examination is given to each child once a year. The clinic is for all children up to school age. 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' Featuredjoinorrow!_ Stunning New COATS Â· Â· Dashing new plaids in bold, flattering pat- terns--swaggery coats with high button closings or wide peak lapels . . . fur-trimmed dressy coats . . . handsome Chesterfields-Values you'll appreciate at first glance! 3 South Federal Ave. Mother-Daughter Banquet Is Held at M. E. Church At the annual mother and daughter banquet held in the Olivet-Zion Methodist church Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock, more than 100 mothers and daughters of _ the church were present. The affair was supervised by the Rev. William Galbreth. Following; the dinner, prepared and served by the men of the church, a program was presented in the church auditorium. Miss Betty Mae Gcer played a piano solo, "Edelweiss Glide." Mrs'. L. H. Lundahl entertained with a vocal solo, "Little Mother of Mine," accompanied by Mrs. Leon Woodward. The Misses Mary and Margaret Zcigler played a piano duet, "The New Colonial March." Two readings, "Ma's Monday Morning" and "Daddy's on a Diet," were given by Miss Rose Marie Tibbetts of the I. O. O. F. home. Dr. Stella M. iWason gave an address, using as her subject, "The Land of the Midnight Sim." She told of her experiences while traveling abroad. Community singing was lead by Mrs. J. E. Vesterby, with Mrs. Woodward as accompanist. The benediction was given by Mrs. H. C. Griffith. J. M. Stokes acted as kitchen chairman, and Lawrence Payne was dining room supervisor. The table appointments were carried out with spring flowers and pastels. ' BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Burrge of Duluth, Minn., and Mrs. Emma Burrge of Minneapolis have been visiting at the H. H. felford home, 233 First street southwest. ' * * * Douglas Bey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bey, 1309 North Federal avenue, has been initiated into Kappa Phi Kappa, honorary professional education fraternity, at the Univer- Mayor McNair Refuses to "Shake" Mavor William Is". McNair Elliott Kooscveft Pittsburgh's mayor, William H. McJS'air, ndtled another chapter to MB ever-increasing headline adventures when he refused to shake hands with Elliott Roosevelt, son of the president, when the two met at Pittsburgh airport. McNair,'shown left, kept his hands in his pocket* and when asked by photographers to say "hello" to young Roosevelt he blurted, "I won't shake hands with him. I won't shake hands with any Roosevelt." Young Roosevelt is shown at the right. sity of Illinois where he is a student. Mrs. C. T. Dike of Evanston, III., accompanied by her mother-in-law, Mrs. Rose Elder, is visiting with Mason City relatives while enroute to Omaha. At Omaha she and Mrs. SELBY "Arch Preserver' Shoes -- in the new style creations for Spring The New Wide Strap Black Kid $9.50 White Kid $9.50 Blue Kid, Patent Trim, Dress Model $10.50 TIME-TRIED FOOTWEAR with all the comfort fea- tures that have made it fa- mous, steps out in lighter weight, more dressy, and more fashionable styles, that will please you better than ever before. Extra comfort is yours in this ventilated oxford with low heels. Blue or white. $9.50 ervers are sold only at NICHOLS GREEN "Where the Gmd Shoes Come From." Elder will be met by Mr. Dike, vice president of the North Western railroad, who will accompany Mrs. Elder to her home at Long Beach, Cal.. while Mrs. Dike returns to Chicago. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Long, Kirk apartments, have moved to Clear Lake where they have taken a cottage for the summer. ! SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY Tusalara club-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. FRIDAY Kill Karo Klub-P. G. and E. auditorium, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dunn, hosts. Church of Christ, W. M. S.-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, devotions, Mrs. F. E. Raney, lesson, Mrs. Neal Garrison, Mrs. Earl Smith, music, Mrs. J. H. Marston; reception, Mrs. E. L. Pedelty, Mrs. Frank Goodman, and Mrs. H. G. Gilbert and group 5, hostess. Trinity Garfield circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. M. Sagen, 620 Carolina avenue southeast. First Presbyterian Women-Central circle, 6:30 to 9 o'clock, church, annual May breakfast; East, Mrs. A. Faleo; South, Mrs. D.'D. Bamber; Forest Park,-Mrs. A. C. Hagerman; West, Mrs. F. W. Buche. Wa-Tan-1'e club-7 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, May breakfast. Congregational Woman's Union-11 o'clock, church parlors, May breakfast, Mrs. R. W. Willis, chairman. Baby clinic-1 to 3 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Calvary Lutheran Guild-2 o'clock, church. Our Saviour's Luther league-7:30 o'clock, church. Queen Rebekah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. 0. F. hall. B. A. R. E. auxiliary-8 o'clock, Moose hall. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R and sprinkle a few nut meats over the top. Rare Is Fun. For the children's party a candy race is fun. Use small hard candies or gum drops. At the far end of the room set a large bowl filled with candy. See who can carry the greatest number of candies on the handle of a serving spoon from one end of the room, where they are dipped from the bowl, to the far end of the room. Keep score and give a prize to the winner. Serve at Children's party. Chocolate almond custard: Mix one tablespoon of gelatin in one quarter cup of cold water. Cook together in top of double boiler three egg yolks, one quarter cup of sugar, one teaspoon nutmeg, one-half teaspoon of salt, one cup of milk until a. soft custard is formed. Add the softened gelatin to the mixture and chill. Add one cup of crushed chocolate covered almond candies. (The easiest and quickest way of crushing the candy is to use a rolling pin.) place the custard arid chocolate almond mixture in the refrigerator and allow to remain until served. "Hanky" Lamp Shade. If you wish to shade the bright ight that hangs down from the ceiling in the bedroom why not drape a pretty colored handkerchief over the light? A fringed "hanky" looks particularly pretty. If the shade is low enough for you to reach you can lift back the shade any time you want the very bright light for dressing. ,;, TIMP-McGRANE DECORAH--Miss Lorraine Timp. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tirnp, and Joseph McGrane, formerly of Cascade, were married Tuesday morning in St. Benedict's Catholic church by the Rev. Father Nolan. Following a short wedding trip they will make their home on the Lawrence Henry farm in Bluffton township. Mr. McGrane is employed by Mr. Henry. Editor of Belmond Newspaper Married in Topeka Church BELMOND--Larry Miller, editor of the Belmond Independent, and Marjorie Adams of Topeka. Kans., were married April 25 at Topeka. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Adams of Topeka, and Mr. Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller of Brookfield, Mo. Both are graduates of the Baker university at Baldwin. Kans. Dr. Harold C. Case officiated at the ceremony which took place in the First Methodist church. Mr, and Mrs. Miller are making their home here. Mrs. Miller will assist her husband in the editing of the local weekly. Now You Can Wear False Teeth With Real Comfort Fasteeth, a new pleasant powder keeps teeth firmly set. Deodorizes. No gummy, gooey taste or feeling. To eat and laugh in comfort sprinkle a little Fasteeth on your plates. Get it today from your druggist. Three sizes. Â§!Â°E SHOE P These soothing, cushioning, hcalinc pads stop nagging Â· hoc p r e s s u r e ; relieve painful corns instantly. Zino pads ressure! Special for Saturday Only Fancy Roses doz. Johnston's WHEKE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS Phone 223 Phone 2500 10 First St. N. W. By irRS. MARY MORTON Apricot Wip Coffee By MRS. MAKY MORTON , Menu Hint. City Chicken Boiled Rice Submarine Salad Broccoli Apricot Whip Coffee City chicken is cooked as you oven-fry chicken. The meat is sprinkled with salt and pepper and dredged with flour, or dipped into bread or cracker crumbs, if you prefer. It is then browned in fat over the open fire, the pan is then covered, and the cooking continued in the oven at a moderate temperature, about 325 degrees. Today's Recipes Submarine Salad -- Two packages lime-flavored gelatin, water, three sma.ll bananas. Dissolve gelatin in a specified amount of water and place in mold. When partly set cut bananas in two crosswise and submerge in gelatin, pointed end up. 1 with half an inch exposed. When firm, unmold right side up on bed of lettuce or cut in squares and serve individually on lettuce with salad dressing. A bit of pineapple juice added to salad dressing is an improvement. Serves twelve. Apricot Whip--One package orange gelatin, one cup hot or warm water, one tablespoon lemon juice, one-half cup juice from canned apricots, three-fourths cup apricot pulp, dash salt. Dissolve gelatin in warm water, stirring until the gelatin is dissolved. Add lemon juice, apricot juice, pulp and salt: Cool until mix. turc starts to thicken, then whip until very light, pile into sherbet glasses or serving bowl and chill until firm. Serve with whipped cream or with soft custard sauce ] NATIONALLY ADVERTISED at $3 to $4 GUARANTEED by GOOD HOUSEKEEPING as advertised therein WHITE KID WHITE BUCK WHITE FLORIDA CLOTH WHITE LINEN New buckled strap styles with lots of performalions ... low heeled sandals with open toes and cut-oats . . . and many others, featured for Summer. 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