Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 29, 1931 · Page 6
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE JUNE 29 IB 193t ROTARY ANNS HAVE PART IN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION North Iowa Guests Here for Affairs Bridge Played During Afternoon; Dinrier on Schedule. A large delegation of Rotary Anns accompanied their Rotarian husbands to Mason City for thf fifteenth anniversary celebration o the Mason City Rotary cluti. Tui visitors came from Austin and Al bert Lea Minn., Clear Lake, Al gona, Forest City, Charles City, .Clarion and Hampton. Bridge was played in the afternoon at the Mason City Country club with the Mason City Rotary ..'·.Aims as hostesses. Golf and oths" diversions were also offered. Mrs Hugh Shepard had charge of thn women's activities assisted by Mrs Ward Hamilton. Mrs. F. C Lovell, Mrs. William H. Hathorn Mrs. W. S. Wileox and Mrs. B. J Drummond. A special program had been arranged for the.evening with dinner at the Mason City Country club at 7 o'clock followed by a play presented by a group of Drama Shop players. .Frank HarJon, past president, was to give reminiscences of the early years of the club and Bruce Gates, of Waterloo, past district governor, a Rotary message. DELBERT LUKENSMEYER TO WED MARJORY ENEIX ·- CLARION, June 29.--A marriage license was issued by Clerk Goslin to ·Delbert Ray Lukensmeyer of Cedar -·Rapids and Marjory Eneix of Eagle .Grove whose marriage Is to take place some time after the first of July. . · * One creates his own character -of course, but a great deal defends on what kind of a town he aives In.--Shelby County Herald. sympHonie . . . the flrat real ^aaiural-gldn-lone j;(ace powder. A ·;'narv«lous lint plus a magic tax- hire I Try It. $1. 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The pattern catalog features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kiddles' clothes, also delightful accessory patterns. Price of catalog, 15 cents. Catalog with pattern, 25 cents. Address all mail and orders to Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth street. New York City. Child Should Be Given Simple, Understandable · Instructions to Follow By ALJCE JTJDSON PEALE One very important factor in getting obedience is to take pains in giving directions. Complicated demands, impulsiv ly given, are difficult for the child to. understand and follow. If you wish ,to cultivate in your child the habit of attending to your directions and carrying them out, you must learn how to give them pron- ely. First he sure that you have his attention. Speak directly to him, teaching him to look straight Into you face when you address him. Do not choose the moment when is deeply engrossed in his own Dlay to give a command which can e delayed for a" more opportune moment. Speak simply, clearly, bearing in mind the limitations' of his vocabu- ary and the fact that it is difficult "or him Jo remember more than one thing at a time. Speak pleasantly in a low, even voice, free of all impatience. Try to interest him in. the thing rou want him to do. The more you 2an make your request appeal to his interest, the easier it will be for him to respond. Be sure that you have made him understand what Is expected of him. Check up on him and make certain that he has followed thru. Show 1979 Interest and appreciation in the result. If you have asked him to do something which holds no personal, immediate satisfaction for him, you must make It worth his while by genuinely thanking him. If you notice the number of times during the day that you give commands, probably you will be surprised to see how often you require him to do what.you want. The fewer there are of these occasions, the more likely you will be to meet with good-will and co-operation. --*-KAUFMAN-YOUNG SWEA CITY, June 29;--Miss Leta Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Young, Seneca township, was married to William Kaufman of Chicago" by .the Rev. F. O.^Reisenger, pastor of the Christian church at Marion.'The couple left for a wedding trip in the Great Lakes region. Mrs. Kaufman is a graduate of the Seneca high school, after which she took a course in nurse's training in Chicago. Mr. Kaufman is a merchant in Chicago. (What Every Woman Should Know) Outwit Hot Weather! "Lawyers have what they call "hot weather cases' . . . Such cases are those that get to lawyers during excessively hot weather when human temperament can be severely tried. Husbands and wives who ordinarily get along well find themselves at odds when the thermometer hovers In the nineties, and numbers of them carry thels woes to- law who would not have done so In zero weather. . :. Cooling temperatures bring cooler tempers. . ." --Cedar Rapids Gazette, 6-25-31. You can't do anything about the weather, but you can do a lot to make it seem cooler on blistering days. Cool, nourishing, but not-too-heavy meals do more to conquer irritability than anything else. When you serve HUTCHINSON'S ICE CREAM You can solve at least two meal problems every day. Order it from your HUTCHINSON dealer. It's worth the price, no matter what it costs, to keep your family happy and healthy during a sultry summer. Imagine how they would enjoy a North Pole Sundae · Put a generous portion of HUTCHINSON'S Vanilla ICE CREAM in a -sherbet cup. Pour grape juice over it and top with a cherry. C. Breeding Made Bride at Ceremony Kenneth 'Woodward Wed M. C. Junior College Student. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Cleo Breeding daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pau Brednelg of Rockwell and Kenneth Woodward, son of Mr. and Mrs. H E. Woodward, who live near Mason City. The Rev. Alec Russell, pastor of .the Rockwell Congregatlona church, officiated. Frank Piersol pianist, played Mendlessohn's wedding march as the bridal party entered and "I Love You Truly" during the exchange of vows. The service was read before a bower of roses erected in the bride's home in the presence of the immdi- at families of the bride and bridegroom. Miss Edris Breeding-, sister of the . bride, acted as bridesmaid and Harold Howe of Spencer was the best man. The bride wore a long light blue silk crepe gown trimmed with ecru lace and carried ophella roses. Her bridesmaid was attired in yellow flowered chiffon and. carried pink roses-and white daisies. · , Following the. ceremony a dinner was served with Mrs. F. C. Siegfried, Mrs. H. L. White and Mrs. JE. R. Campbell presiding assisted by the Misses Elizabeth , and Mary Raifsnyder. Mr. Woodward and his bride have left on a short wedding trip. s The bride is a graduate of the Rockwell high school and attended junior college at Mason City. Mr. Woodward is a graduate of the Mason City high school and Grinnell college. Helping the Homemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE. The Outdoor Menu. (Cooking Over the Camp Fire) Browned Meat Cakes Hashed Browned Potatoes Buttered Peas Buttered Rolls Currant Jelly Fresh Vegetable Salad and Dressing Cherry Pie Coffee Browned Meat Cakes" Two pounds chopped round steak, 3 tablespoons finely chopped onions; 2 tablespoons chopped green peppers; 1 teaspoon s a l t , K tea- popn paprika, 1 egg, 4 tablespoons Mix meat, seasonings and egg. "5hape into cakes, 2-3 inch thick and wo inches in diameter . Wrap in waxed paper and carry to the picnic When ready to cook, heat the at in frying pan. Add and brown the meat cakes. Cover and cook 10 minutes. Fresh Vegetable Salad Eight slices tomatoes, 1 cup iliced cucumbers, 'G cup diced cel- ;ry, 3 tablespoons chopped green oeppers, '»£ cup sliced radishes, 2 ablespoons chopped onions, 1 teaspoon salt, '/i teaspoon paprika M~ix Ingredients and place in glass jar. Add dressing. Cover and chill until ready for picnic. Remove from refrigerator and wrap in papers and the jar will keep cold for some time. Dressing One teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon dry mustard, 1 teaspoon paprika, 1 teaspoon finely chopped onions, 1 teaspoon celery seed, Vi cup sugar, 1 cup salad oil. 5 tablespoons vinegar. Mix Ingredients and place in bottle. Cork and shake three minutes. Chill. Cherry Pie Filling. Three cups seeded red cherries, 1 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons flour, 2 tablespoons'water, % teaspoon cinnamon, % teaspoon nutmeg, 3 tablespoons butter. Fit pie dough into deep pie pan so edges of dough extend ore inch over sides. Mix cherries, sugar, flour, cinnamon .and nutmeg. Pour into pie shell. Add water and dot with butter. Cover with pia dough. Pinch edges of dough. Cut off any surplus dough on sides. Make four silts in top of dough. Bake 30 minutes in moderate oven. BOYLAN-CASSON NASHUA, June 29--Miss Maxine Casson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Casson, Macedonia, became the bride of Loreu Boylan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marian Boylan, Bristow, Saturday, the service being read by the Rev. William Kent, pastor as the Little Brown church. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harland Huyck, Toledo, and Mr. and Mrs, John Pease, Eldora. The bride Is a graduate of the Iowa State teachers' college, and has been teaching the past few years in the schools at Corson. The bridegroom was graduated from the University cf Iowa and has been a teacher in the training school at Eldora the past two years. RUST-HUNSI..EY NASHUA, June 29.--Miss Lcla Hunsley, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Fred Hunsley. Britt, and Lewi Rust, son of Mr. and Mrs. Georg- Rust, Kanawha, were married Saturday at the Little Brown church by the Rev. William Kent, pastor. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Higdon, Britt. A wedding reception was held at the Higdon home Saturday evening, 30 guests being present. Mr. and Mrs. Rust win live upon a. farm near Kana wha. ITALY'S PRINCESS MARIA TO WED This is' the most recent photo of Princess Maria, youngest daughter of King Emmanuel of Italy, whose engagement has been announced to Archduke Otto, son of Ex-Empress Zita, and prctend'er to the Austro-Hungarian throne. Otto made a special trip from his home, in exile, to Rome, for an audience with the pope for the purpose of obtaining permission to have the ceremony performed in St. Peter's cathedral in Rome. s About 'em Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hirsch and their sons, Joel, Robert and David, 520 Washington avenue northwest, iave 'returned from a six weeks' trip thru the east. Joel Hirsch, who ias been attending Massachusetts Institute of Technology at Boston, where he is working for his makers' degree in chemical engineer- ng, will remain here until Friday when he will leave for Buffalo, N. /., to attend the Chemical Engineering practice school of the Massachusetts Tech. The HIrschs visited n New York, Washington, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Chicago. Mrs. M. J. Berry left Saturday evening for the west coast where she will join Mr. Berry in Seattle, Wash. She is making the trip by )us and will stop at all places of nterest cnroute. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Harold LaGasse, Mr. and Mrs. Con LaGasse, Mrs. R. E. 3urtiss and Miss Kathryn Meade ipent Sunday in Albert»Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly, D24 Madison avenue northwest, are vis- ting in Milwaukee. * * * Miss Cora Belle Price of Minneapolis arrived Monday to spend the remainder of her vacation with her sister, Mrs. T. A. Burke. 328 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Dr. and Mrs. Burke will spend the month of July at Vroom cottage at Clear Lake. Miss Harriet* Herrig of Wall Lake ,nd Willard Merchant of Fort Snell- ng-, Minneapolis, Minn., were weekend guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Holman, 615 Second street northeast. * * * Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Meyer and :heir children, Bobby and Betty Jean of Fort TDodge, spent Sunday with Mrs. Meyer's parents, Dr. and klrs. A. E. Eberhart, S12 Washington avenue northwest. Boby Meyer s remaining for a week's visit with his grandparents. * * * Mr. and Mrs. George M. Buck, Bernard H. Pixley and children and Mrs. R. J. Hughes drove to Boonc "unday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dixon of Long Btach, Call, who are Visiting their parents there. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Glass and daughters, Kathleen and Clara, nnd son, Victor, motored to Waterloo Sunday where they visited Mr. Glass' sister, Sister Claudia, who has just arrived there from Hemstead, Long Island. »' » * Mrs. Catherine Townsend and her daughter, Miss Katherine Townsend, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Pray, 224 Tenth street northwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Frisk, 22 Second street northeast, have returned from Chicago where they spent a week.' * * * Mrs. Emerson Decker, 88 Linden drive. Mrs. E. G. Morse, Mrs. Charles Marks and Miss Mary Nev- In of Clear Lake have returned from Waterloo where they attended the Ladies' Invitation golf meet at the Waterloo Country club. Mrs. Morse had low medal score for the day and onfl first prize in the meet. Mrs. Kenneth Boevers and daugh ter Jacqueline, have 'left for Duncan, Ariz., after spending thrac weeks lit the G. W. Boevcra home. 810 Madison avenue northwest. Region Head of Forum to Be Honored Representative Mason City Women Invited. Mrs. George Henshaw and Mrs. Clara F. Lawrence of the University Forum, national program of adult education, have invited a number 'of representative Mason City women to meet Mrs. William E. Maulsby of Des Moincs, regional director of the University Forum and Delta Theta Chi, nationaleducation- al sorority, Monday evening- at 8 o'clock in a private dining room of the Hotel Hanford. Assisting as parlor hostesses were to be Mrs. R. E". Rorney, Mrs. James A. King, Mrs. William H. Hathorn, Mrs. E. E. Hunter and Mrs. Curtis Amen. Mrs. - George Romey and Mrs. J. L,. Pauley were to preside at the tea table. Ushers were to include the Misses Helen Richards, Louise Duke, Laura Emily Lawrence and Doris Almklov. There was scheduled a musical program comprising a group of songs by Mrs. Donald Wells and violin numbers by Mrs. Scott Smith with Mrs. Roy Servison as accom- ·^rnist. This was to precede a talk by Mrs. Maulsby on "An Ad\ T enture in Intelligence." Miss Anna Taggard of Alton, II!., has arrived to spend the remainder of the summer with her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Steinberg. 930 Washington avenue northwest. Swimming Lessons Gift of Women to Children of Valley VALLEY, Nebr., June 29. (UP)-The children in this town are strong for the Valley Women's club. The organization headed by Mrs. Joe Robinson, recently decided that every boy and girl in town, 2 years old and upward, must learn to swim. Mrs. Robinson got the services of Abel Madieros, former protege cf Duke Kahanamoku, noted Hawaiian flash, and the classes began a month ago. Half of the town's 200 children now can swim 100 feet or farther and Madieros is devoting his' effo'ria to teaching the others how to handle themselves in the water. The swimming lessons are held at McCann's lake. All expenses are borne by the club women. AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB TO MEET WEDNESDAY Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant will entertain members of the Auction Bridge club at luncheon Wednesday at 1 o'clock at the Mason City Country club. MR. AND MRS. I,AGASSE HONORED AT SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. Harold LaGasse, 20 Twelfth street northwest, were honored at a -shower given Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Martin, in Albert Lea. There were more than 125 guests and the time was spent informally. Mrs. LaGasse was Margaret Martin before her recent marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Con LaGasse, Mrs. R. E. LaGasse, Mrs. R. E. Curtiss and Miss Kathryn Mead of Mason City were guests at the affair, x -- *--A rainbow "by moonlight is called a moonbow. Miss Mable Sherwood arrived Monday from Des Moines where she spent the week-end. ¥ * + Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Halsor and family returned Sunday morning from a motor trip to Marshfield, Wis. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Prusia, former residents of this city. Mr. Prusia is manager of the J. C. Penney companv in Marshfield. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierman of Decorah were Sunday visitors at the Irene Bell cottage on the north J shore at Clear Lake. Mr. Bierman is editor and publisher of the Decorah Journal.' The Globe-Gazette received an appreciated call from him Monday morning. ! Mr. and Mrs. Bert McNitt and family, 836 Eighth street southeast, lave left by motor for Pine River, Minn., where they will spend some time. EUGENE REALISTIC Push-up Permanent Waves and French Steam Smarter Styles, Better Quality For Less Money Since 1920 f f lr»G lATUTAcnon wrnr avurr i You'll be positively amazed at the remarkable quality and charm of these new and up 4 East State First National Beauty Parlor MRS. COCKAYNE, Specialist Phono 1144 V O I L E FROCKS .95 to All the pastel tones in a flower garden of new prints You'll "cotton" to these frocks. They're as sheer and dainty as chiffon and they're washable. 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