The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 25, 1937 · Page 11
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March 25, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 H 1937 ELEVEN SOIGNE ENTERTAINING SUGGESTED BY JEANETTE BEYER WRITER OF TABLE TALKS TO RUN COOKING SCHOOL Jeanette Beyer Coming to Mason City for Annual Classes in Cookery April 6-9, Now that the end of Lent is within hailing distance, the homemaker thinks oE post-Easter entertaining. Jeanette Beyer who will be in Mason City in person from April 6 to 9 to conduct the Globe- Gazette cooking school suggests in her Table Talk this week that we become "soigne" in our entertainment and offers a few menus to assist us in the task. v J U N t T T T , WIFE PRESERVERS Do you ever make home-made cream puffs? Try filling the shell with ice crenm instead of with custard or whipped cream. "Soigne" Is the Word. Company is so wonderfully good for the soul, we ought to indulge in our friends oftener. When you know that guests are coming, haven't you found that all the hard tasks change to easy ones in anticipation of the pleasant time that is just ahead? A successful party might take place in n dusty living room, or a wonderful dinner be served on a dirty table cloth, but it's hard to imagine. There was time when being in a "frousel" was socially acceptable on the grounds of art or temperament. Now, due perhaps to Mrs. Simpson, but probably to our own improved tastesj we wish to be "soigne." I used to think this interesting word meant "silky" or "smooth," but my French dictionary defines it as "well-finished, trim or neat," which is really just as good. As smooth,- as elegant, as trim Presenting the Foremost Fashions, Quality, Variety and Value -- Tomorrow! 2 or 3-Piece . . ·'. Tailored or Fur-Trimmed! Ideal for Easter wear--stunning- sAvagger suits . . . many with gorgeous fur trimmings--cute jigger models in bright colors --marvelous man-tailored types in smart Spring patterns--suits that are superlative in styling, quality and tailoring! as a swan is an ideal which is hard to achieve, particularly when it can't stop with oneself. For one's children, one's house, even one's dinners should be soigne. You and I have friends who seem to have reached this goal, and how cleverly, how smoothly they manage the home institution. It you're lucky enough to be invited for supper or dinner, take notes: The Well-Finished Dinner. I don't know whether I can describe a soigne dinner, but it is Quickly recognized, once you gev the idea. No one seems in any fluster, or any hurry, yet food is served promptly. The hostess may excuse herself from the company, but she isn't gone long, and she is quite able to handle her share o£ the conversation. If the hostess is also waitress she chooses a type of service where the guests can do part of She serving themselves, and unnecessary courses or side dishes are left off the menu. Of course the food is delicious and attractive, but the most important thing about it is that it fits together like a perfect picture, without a single jarring note. As a guest, yoxi say to yourself, "Now 1 must remember this wonderful combination." Do you love menus? Here is a peep into my menu book of meals t h a t have worked beautifully. Some are simple and some more difficult, but all soigne. Anna's Dinner. Roast Chicken with Dressing Baked Sweet Potatoes in Jackets Chicken Gravy . Buttered Lima Beans "Greenery" (carrot strips, radishes, green onions, green pepper rings) Homemade Rolls Strawberry Jam Pear Pickle Date Pudding Coffee Dinner With Miss D. Smorgasbord: Pickled herring, cheese, cottage cheese in handsome mold, cabbage slaw, fruit and pickles in gelatine, bread assortment in basket. Tomato Soup (seasoned with cinnamon) Paprika Chicken - Gravy Fluffy Rice Whole Kernel Corn Chicolate Nut Ice Cream Coffee Mrs. Mac's Mexican Supper Tamale Pie Lettuce and Avacado Salad Rolls Tea Mint Ice Little Frosted Cakes Anastasia's Japanese Luncheon Sukiyaki Fried Noodles Rice Bananas Baked in Cranberry Sauce Whipped Cream. Katharine's Dinner Tomato Soup With Slice ot Lemon in Each Bowl All Due to Mother's Cooking ' Reproductions of Costly Imports! Masterpieces of leading designers-bright individual a-piece suits that are flawlessly tailored in smart swagger fashions . . . also flattering 2-piece models trimmed with expensive furs-revealing interesting back treatments and clever details! Stunning Jacket, Bolero and Redingote Types! Georgoous Spring frocks in bright, prints and colors . . . beige . . . thistle..... . navy--Tatlorable laces . . . superb taffetas . . . exquisite nets over prints--dresses made distinctive by stunning necklines; sleeves and trimmings! They're irresistible for Easter! in school or in life, for a great variety of reasons)." Q. Should a bright child be held back in school? A. "The policy which appears most rational in practice is to provide extra work for the bright, in line with their intellectual interests. This is called enrichment of school work. At the same time it has been found a good plan to combine this enrichment with a moderate degree o£ rapid progress through school. The longer bright children are studied, the more clearly does it appear t h a t they have far too little to do at school." --o-Plan Parly Monday. SPILLVILLE -- The Catholic ladies will sponsor a card party Monday at the A. B. C. S. hall beginning at 8 o'clock. --o-Visitor From Des Moincs. STACYVILLE--Miss Gertrude Pilzen, who is employed in the U. S. treasury accounts office at Des Moines, is spending the Easter vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pitzen. Visit hi Waterloo. HANSELL--Miss Pauline Engelman, Miss June Goff and Miss Margaret Bragg spent the weekend with Miss Engelman at the home of her parents in Waterloo --o-Returns From Chlcasro. MANLY--Henry G. Beck re turned Tuesday irom a three da; trip to Chicago on business. ..eague Assembly to · Convene on May 26 GENEVA, (/P)--An extraordin- ry session of the league o£ nil- ions assembly was convoked Thursday for May 26--with the possibility that the Spanish prob- em might be discussed. ' The assembly will be primarily lor the purpose of electing Egypt o the league, but the Spanish matter was not debnrred. ---o-Visits Hospital Paileni. MANLY--Mrs. E. C. Nickols left Wednesday for Des Moines to visit icr husband, who is in the Veterans' hospital there. Mr. Nichols 11 have an eye operation Thursday. --o-- '. Were In Des Moines. GALT--Mr. and Mrs. -Lyle Erickson ot Dows, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lekwa ot Hampton and Mi', and Mrs. W. H. Korth were Des Moines business callers Tuos.- day. rnPFMToday- AmnzlnB Treatment lot rflttl Stomach Victims J'liia may load lo rnJlor Omt you would consider worllv lumdreda of dollars. But cttt-r in * KEK. Got UDGA. baaed on fc stomach «o«- clallst B prescription. For stomach- pain, tnm. heartburn, atonmch ulcers and other dlatren* Enelcr, Ford Hopkins and AValgrccn Drue Stores Mother's a gooil conk. So says .Tean Rcarich, 13 year old, 300 pound schoolgirl of Kura! Valley, Pa.--near Filtsburfili--in explaining* why she never has been sick a day, in her life. Jean's parents say she was a normal baby but bcgaii adding weight immediately. Baker Ham Sweet Potato and Apple Casserole Buttered Asparagus . . , . Rolls , Hot Chocolate Souffle ' Coffee Lilah's Buffet Supper Hot Crab Casserole Molded Fruit Jelly Salad Mayonnaise Potato Chips Cheese Plale Wafers Hot Homemade Rolls Jelly Pickles Celery Olives AUTHOR STUDIES FACTS ON C H I L D WHO IS B R I G H T Pumpkin Pie Nuts and Mints Coffee - Helen's Italian Dinner Antipasto-Salami, Sardines, Radish, Stuffed Celery, Frill ot Endive Italian Bread Butler Spaghetti With Meat and Tomato Sauce Grated Cheese I t a l i a n Bread Endive and Lettuce With French Dressing Italian Bread Fresh Fruit Cheese Nettie's Supper Creamed Chicken in a Nest of Noodles Grapefruit and Alligator Pear Salad Cheese Plate Rolled Mushroom Sandwiches Fried Little Orange Muffins Chocolate Pie Nu Is Coffee lima anil Maude Entertain Spaghetti and Meat Mixture, Bubbling on Fancy Electric Server Apple, W a l n u t and Celery Salad Hot Rolls, .lolly. Pickles, Celery and Carrots DK. GARRY C. MYERS, Ph. D. · Child Psychologist. Many questions come to me about bright children. Although I should know a great deal about the subject, I do not know nearly so much about bright children as does Dr. Leta Hollingsworth, of Columbia university. Indeed, nobody else in the world has studied so many bright children, so long and so thoroughly as she has. She has been kind enough to : answer some of these questions for me. I regret that her answers cannot be made in full. You can find much more by her on the subject from her articles and books, especially her book, "Gifted Children." Q. How early can brightness be noticed? A. "By the time babies are 12 to 18 months old the brightest among them can be found by one who knows just how to go about it, it such n person can have three or four hours to devote to the observation of each child. One of the most significant signs ot brightness in a baby is early use of words,, both in u n d e r s t a n d i n g and speaking . . . Bright children even walk a little earlier, as a rule." Arc. They Nervous? Q. Are the bright nervous? A. "By all tests so far applied, bright children prove to be less nervous, as a group, than children generally are." Q. Are the bright children inclined to be puny? A. "Investigations have repeatedly shown that very bright children are very likely to be tall arid heavy . . . Comparisons of health have proved that a hundred bright children will have a better average of health than a hundred children taken at random, though I there will be some sickly individuals in both groups." Q.- Are the very bright children born in poverty?" A. "Very bright children arc usually born to parents in better than average circumstances." Continues Bright. Q. Do the bright "go backward" as they grow older? A. "Tlie bright child continues to be bright. The bright infant becomes the bright adult, and. does not become a dullard (though he may fail to achieve much either o d u e s a\j s "IF THEY ROLL, THEY'RE RIGHTT * 11 and $21 Muffin brims matador tilt . . with s p i r i t , bravado, that'll at a . hats with add a flattering accent your ensemble. to Sizes 21Vi to 2i Inches Bright Models in New Spring Lengths! Choose your Easter coat from bright jigger models . . . jaunty swagger types in new lengths . . . extravagantly gored dressmaker fashions . . . smart collaHess coats---many with novel stitching on durable fleece or Feather Shag fabrics! Ice Cream Wilh Crushed Strawberry Sauce C o f f e e Who Knows Hatter Pudding ? Dr. B. has H patient who longs for "Batter Pudding." Does anyone know this dish? O£ course most puddings are batters before they're boiled or steamed. But this one swells up a lot, and I think there's some nutmeg about it, and is it eaten with cream and sugar? Anyway, it is old-fashioned and something very good, and the recipe greatly desired. Who can help? · -- o -Have Skatinf Tarty. GARNER-- For their regular monthly party the young people's society of the United Presbyterian church chartered the Tclelo skating rink, Clear Lake for Tuesday evening. The 40 members and about 20 invited guests used the rink. -- o-- Paslor Gives Talk. HANSELL -- The young people of the Community held a meeting at the church Tuesday night. The Rev. Mr. Holtry spoke on "Marriage and the Home Making." A Russell Photo is the' finest record you can make of your wedding v day. It will be something that you will cherish and enjoy in the future. PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 "WEHME1 I BATHE WHEN I CHOOSE I SHAVE WHEN I PLEASE I SHAMPOO WHEN ITVISH 44 AND THE COST IS DARNED LITTLE" Perfect convenience at small cost -- that's the complete story of the DeSoto Automatic Gas Water Heater, now sold at figures that will surprise you and on long terms that will please you. There is really no reason to put off this important purchase or to put up with the nuisance of your out-dated water heater. Your family antl your pocketbook will re.joicc in this No. 1 home improvement. Come in or phone and let's talk about hot water, new-day style. 1 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE Bridc-fo-BR T H O R N T O N -- Friends a n d classmates of Miss Marie Champion gave a miscellaneous shower in her honor at the M. E. church annex. The decorations and refreshments were carried out in Easter mode. About 125 were present. She will he married Easter Sunday to Will Albess of Swaledflle. 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