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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 7, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE », - ' f 'APRIL 7 · 1931 i '_ . MABUJI uiri * wo *TMwx^~ _ . _ ^ONE ACT PLAY TO BE GIVEN AT LAST CLUB MEETING Miss Thelma Peterson '·"'' Weds Russel, Johnson; ; Couple Leaves on Trip ; DOWS, April -7.--Miss Thelma Peterson and Russel Johnson of-Ma; on City were married at the home Df the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs; /'George Peterson, the Rev. R.-'A. Brough officiating. Mrs. Johnson vaa graduated from Dows high school in 1926 and taught in Wright county for a few year's. She conducted a beauty parlor in Webster City which she sold recently.'-Mi:; Johnson was working in a printing office in Webster City. After a short wedding trip they will make their home in Mason City. . A tabloid reporter is like charity. He covers a multitude of sina.--Ot- tumwa Courier. .. '. . : rpeech Class VIembersWill 3e in Drama 'Woman of-Character" Will Be Presented April 14. The one act play, "A Woman o£ Character," to' be presented by the irama department 'of the Woman's club at the last general meeting of the club April 14 at the First Methodist church is in rehearsal. The cast,',which was drawn large- y from those who were in Mrs. 3. B. Hunter's better speech .class includes .Mrs. Roe Thompson, Mrs. Adams; Mrs. T. H. Stetler, Mrs. Gordon, her. mother; Mrs. Harvey Bryant, -Mrs. Perkins; -Mrs, C. L. Meadei Mrs. Albright; Mrs. C. Franchere, Mrs. Lee; Mrs. Douglas Swale, Mrs. Wright;,. Mrs. Burton Bagley, Mrs. Barrington-Cros's; Mrs. F. M. Humnhreyr Mrs. Cline; and Mrs. Max Kissick, Mrs. Lange. Word has Just been recelyed that lona Burrows of Iowa Falls who was to appear on the program will he unable to fill the engagement he- cause of illness. In-her place the Mason City string "ensemble will give a group of selections./Mrs. H. C. Johnson leads the groun. Tea will be served at the close of the meeting. The new- officers and the out of town members will be guests. Wife Preservers Fa; your sewlnj towel rod to the end of machine. You will find it handy to hang sewing on. He rode 10 miles and crossed a river to get Lemon JPie iffee this I CALL this "Matty's Lemon Pie" because a man from Missouri told me it was as good as that , made by an old .colored cook named Matty--and he once rode 10 miles on horseback and rowed a mile across the Missouri Biver "just to eat her lemon pie. _ · '"Matty's'Pie" is just sweet enough--with an .overtone of fresh, piquant fruit, crowned with a pert meringue, browned to a golden glow and served in'a Crisco pastry shell, as crisp on the bottom as it-is. around the edge--as only Crisco pastry can be. '"' MATTY'S LEMON PIE Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas ' Invited. . '"as MBS. E. E. nrjKTEH Blatant (bla-tant) presents difficulties to many people. It is pro- Production to Be Held As Benefit Woman's Club Board Discusses Final Activities. At the meeting of the Woman's club board Tuesday morning at the Y. W. C. A. plans were made for the benefit performance of "The Butter, and Egg Man" which is to be given by the drama-department April 28 and 29 in the high school auditorium. The funds will be usec in the hospital bed project. The price of tickets has been arranged to collect sufficient funds for the project. It was also voted to sell candy between acts,'the pro cccds to be used in the same work Plan Convention. There was a discussion of th state biennial convention to be holt in May at Marshalltown and th board recommended to the consider ation of the members that they co operate with the.federated clubs o the city in extending an iuvitatio nounced with the accent on the firsl syllable. The first' a is long as in fate and the Second is short as in above. The word means conspicuous or obtrusive. U. T. 'c. AUXILIARY MEETS FOR LUNCHEON Members of the U. C. T. auxiliary met with Mrs. F. J. Crawford, 618 Third street southeast for luncheon Monday. Tulips and sweet peas decorated the tables. Bridge was played with Mrs. Roy Harris receiving high score prize. The assisting committee included Mrs. Roy Servison, Mrs. Leo Woisnak and Mrs. J. M. Robert- I lemon, Juice and grated rrnd 1 orange, juice and pulp 2 egg yolks, beaten light 3 tablespoons boriistarch 1 cup granulated sugar }·% teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons Crisco IJ/£ cups water \vliitesbcatcn stiff blend «], with 4 tablespoons granulated sugar and 1 teaspoon lemon juice). Brovn in moderate oven (350° 3?.) for 15 minutes. FLAKIER PIE-CRUST {and a short, cut) If you haven't made pic-crust with Crisco, you've yet to discover how really tender and flaky pic-crust can be! Swccl- tasting, too, because Crisco tastes sweet and pure nil,by itself --and conies to you fresh in an air-light can. To save time in pic baking you can keep this pastry dough, already mixed, m the ice-box and bake a crust just when you need it. It will stay sweet, because Crisco itself slays sweet. And the thorough chilling will make the crust even flakier limn usual. 2 cups flour % teaspoon salt % cup Crisco S to 8 tablespoons cold water Sift flour and salt together. Cut Crisco in well with two knives until consistency of small peas. Add only enough water to hold mixture together. Roll y% inch thick on floured board. For baked shell,.use half of recipe and cover inverted pie plate with pastry. Leave enough dough to fold back to make a nnn edge. Prick well with fork to prevent bubbles. Bake in hot oven (450° P.) 15 minutes. ,. For twb-cnist pie, bake 30 minutes at 450° F., then reduce heat to moderate (U50° F.); bake until filling is done. ALL MEASUREMENTS LEVEL. Recipes tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Institute. Crisco is the registered trade-mark of a shortening manufactured by The Procter Gamble Co. \ OlttO, P. ftO. Co. Taste Crisco--then any other shortening. Crisco's sweet, fresh flavor will tell you why things made with Crisco taste so much better. WILL SWOT HOSTESS AT. PARTY Mrs. Will Swift, 314 Fourteenth street southeast, entertained 16 children at a party Monday afternoon for her . daughter, Irene Mae, who was celebrating her fifth birthday The time was spent in playing and refreshments were * In its tic IF airtight can--as fresh \ antf street us ttie flat/ it irnn made gamca served. . .;.__ AUXILIARY IVIEiMBERS MEET-AT P.' G. E. At the meeting of the auxiliary to the United Light and Power at the F. Or. · B. Monday evening games were played following thn business meeting with prizes going to Mrs. Harry Ditch, Mrs. C. G. Maudsley and Mrs. L. E. Toole. Refreshments were served by a committee including: Mrs. M. B. Henderson, Mrs. Charles Hewitt and Mrs. R. R. Henderson. Plans "were made for the next meeting May 4 when a waffle supper and theater party will be held. Pleasant, Normal Life Will Prepare Child to ' Meet Future With Ease By ALICE JUDSON PEALE. Donald is the child of twq parents who love him wisely and well. His routine is sane and regular. Every day, morning and afternoon,' he plays in the park with other children: His mother, who cares for him herself, is blessed with, common sense, and her love for him shows itself in an even-tempered friendliness and genuine delight in his companionship. His father, who is a professional man and works at home, is able to see a good deal of his little son. · Donald's home life is pleasant and cheerful, a product of good management and of the harmony which exists between his parents. It is no wonder, then, that he stands firmly on his feet, greets the world with a smile and every new experience with .eager interest. Such a background is the birthright of every child. With good health and a fine, sensible home back of him, he can start without handicaps to make the acquain- anee of the larger world outside his home. He is ready to make friends. His pleasant personality and engaging eagerness send him ofE on the right foot. He is all set to meet the world and enjoy it. The child whose home conditions are such as to make him irirtable, whiney, over-emotional and unstable, who feels, insecure in his parents' love for film.because of their erratic Behavior towards him, who is troubled by under currents of disharmony In his background or who is spoiled and excessively dependent upon adults, Is not all set to meet his world. The chances are that the effects of his early conditioning will be reflected in difficulties in school and in his social life and in the ever more complicated adjustments he will be called upon to make. for the next convention. Mrs. John Senneff, Ccrro Gord chairman of the federation . announced that plans for the county meeting to be held late in the month are nearing completion. .Mrs. Frank Pearce reported that lona Burrows of Iowa Falls who was to play at the April 14 meeting is unable to appear because of illness. In her place the Mason City string ensemble will play. · Discuss Project. Mrs. Archie Peterson announced that plans are being made to make the collection of native grasses arranged^by Alta Wood Nelson permanent. Miss Lydia M. Barrette spoke .of the .enthusiasm with which the country library icard project had been received and of its results. She announced a display of amateur photography to be sponsored by the art department in the near future. Mrs. George Romey reported for the civic committee. At Ihe close of the meeting Mrs. J. Curtis Amen, retiring president of the club, made a brief farewell address to the board members. The meeting was followed by luncheon. HOME BUILDIITO CLASS TO MEET FOR DINNER Home Builders Sunday school class of First Methodist Episcopal church will have a dinner party at the church Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. Harry Wright is in charge of dinner arrangements. M. O. Dalvey is chairman of the entertainment committee. The program, following the dinner, will include several numbers by the Clov- crleaf quartet and a talk by Brdix Swift. FREDRICKSO'N-FLATNESS MANLY, April 7.--The marriage of Elling Fredrickson and Ida Flatness was held at the home oC the bride's brother, M. A. Flatness, with the Rev! A. H. Miles, Lutheran pastor, officiating. The bridegroom's home is In Frceborn county, Minn., and the bride's, near Gordonsville, Minn. The couple will make their home on. a farm in southern Minnesota. . Landscape Work Whether for a small, modest home or for the large pretentious grounds demands' experienced attention. Why place your order with out-of-town firms who contribute nothing to your community? 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