Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 9, 1946 · Page 11
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"Gambling" Is Subject ofW.C.T.U. "Gambling" was the main topic of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union at the home of Mrs. Leon Thomas, 812 3rd S. \V, Miss Minnie Lien presided and led devotions from the 46th psalm. It'was voted to respond to the yearly World's Temperance and Mission work and a contribution of $8.75 was made to place the local union as a light line union. A round table discussion was conducted by Mrs. Glenn Thorne and Mrs. Raymond Bacheller, both of Clear Lake, on "Gambling." Mrs. Thome opened the discussion with "The Beginning of Crime" and staged gambling used to be a a pastime between 2 individuals FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 but now it had been commercialized. "Seven billion dollars are pent yearly on gambling and we must be a part of the sickness or a part of the cure," Mrs. Thorne said. Mrs. Bacheller responded with "Gamblers Do Not Gamble." They take no chances, they "fix the races or games in advance, so they are sure to win," she Said. Mr? Bacheller said governments must teach that wealth, fame and power are results of labor and there is nothing lasting but what is obtained by toil. Sefreshraents were served by the hostess. The dining table was centered with sweet peas and tapers. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Margaret and Miss Edna Wilcox, R. F. D. 2. There were 22 present. --0-K. B. AUXILIARY MEETS FOE DINNER K. B. auxiliary met for a 6:30 dinner Wednesday evening at the First Methodist church. May poles and tulips decorated the table. During the meeting, Miss Evelyn Stanley reported on the convention which she attended in Cleveland and Miss Mabel Smith brought greetings from the Boeyes and Galbreths from California. Miss Loretta Welsh had the lesspn and the devotions were In charge of Dolly Hyberger and Mabel Kent. The auxiliary is sending clothing to Europe. Cultivation of the soybean ^ first recorded in China in the 3rd century B. C. + SOCIAL CALENDAR + 4: -A? 4* L- .!, .1. _i, _. THURSDAY ' Calvary circle-7:30, Mrs. Sigurd Johnson. 1007 Tyler N. W. St. Suzanna's circle-8, Mrs. I. J. McGovern, 2309 20th S. W. St. Monica's circle-8, Mrs. Catherine Reardon, 502 5th S. W. Trades and Labor assembly-8, Labor temple. Women's Labor auxiliary-8, Labor hall. Anchor Encampment auxiliary-8, I. O. O. F hall. R. N. A -8, Moose hall. Baptist Y. Vf. A.-S, Mrs. Virginia Eggers, 120 3rd N. W. BITS ABOUT 'EM Martha Elizabeth is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spangler of Portland, Ore., for their daughter bom Tuesday at the Wilcox Memorial hospital in Portland. Mrs. Spangler was Elizabeth MacMillan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan MacMillan, 1106 First S. W. Miss Mabel Smith, 410 First S. E., has returned from a 3 weeks trip to California during which she visited in the home of Dr. J. F. Boeye and Miss Kathryn Boeye, at Monrovia and with Mrs. Annabelle McElroy Wilson in Los An- FRIDAY St. John's Womanhood-1, guild hall. Congregational Women 9:30, church. First Christian council 11:30, church, luncheon at 12-30 business and program, 1:15. ' First Methodist W. S. C. S.-1, church. Baptist Women's nnlon-~ 2:30, church. Joint Lafcor Legislative committee-- 7:30, Labor temple. · HainbOH' Girls-6:30, Masonic temple. geles. All are former Mason City- ans. Rose Day Mettler, Mason City student at Grinnell college, was one of the models at a recent fashion show held in the Grinnell cam- put. Mrs. Mettler, a sophomore modeled a dress she had designed and made herself. Mrs. H. J. Dodcrer, Mrs. F. M Daum and Miss Arline Daum have had as their guests Mrs. John Daum of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Raymond of Kansas City and Mrs. F. A. Daum and son, John, Monhasset, L. I. --o-The soybean makes glue, baby food, lipstick, candy and synthetic rubber among other things Smart Values! Now through Summer gut Cool, lettuce-leaf fresh," to keep "you in trim all day long! Wonderful, washable one and two-piece shirtmakers, easygoing coat-dresses, in airy eyelets, silky chambrays, qualify broadcloths and seer- suckers. Flower garden colors in prints, stripes,_solids. Sizes 9 to 15, 10 to 20. For your gala occasions, expensively detailed models, important with side- drapes, flared peplums, cap sleeves. One and two-piecers in fine rayons --Bem- bergs, spuns, Butcher linens, gabardines; printed crepes and jerseys, all colorful in prints and solids. Sizes 9 to 15, 10 to 20'. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL Clever Cut Spumed Showgirl to Fight for Millionaire Honolulu, am -- Marguerite ?aye Human, 18 year old showgirl jpurned by millionaire Johnny Ochsner, said Thursday she has retained an attorney, "just in case." Through angry tears, Miss Human refused to believe that her ex-fiance meant it when he an- onuncea he "didn't give a hoot" about her. Then she added, "If he does the 3 of them won't get off that easy. I ve got a lawyer here and in San Francisco." By the "3 of them," Miss Human was referring to Johnny, 19, has mother, Mrs. Hilda Carling Ochsner, and their attorney, Paul Morse, who flew here from San Francisco to defend Ochsner against charges of intimacies with an under-age girl. The charge against Ochsner was dropped when civilian police told navy authorities that the girt with whom he allegedly had been intimate was 17--one year over the age of consent here. His mother charged the whole affair was a "frameup." Here is an unusually good looking home frock which is so cleverly cut you will find it the easiest thing in the world to cut out and make. Not to mention the small amount of work it will take to launder. No. 2811 is cut in sizes 12, 14,16, 18, 20, 40, 42 and 44. Sizes 36 requires 4 yards 35-in., and yards ric rac. Send 16c for Pattern, which Includes complete sewing guide. Print your Name, Address and Style Number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. The Summer 1946 edition of the Fashion Book has many new styles especially cut to make laundering -- J ironing easier for you this and Summer. Its 24 pages, beautifully illustrated, bring you designs for all ages. Price just 15c. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St New York 11, N. Y. Soviet Shipbuilding Plan Moscow, (U.PJ--Shipbuilding tn Russia will be doubled by 1950, iccording to the army newspaper Red Star. A strong, powerful fleet SHEPHERD'S Paint Wallpaper I I 2 7 - 2 9 First St., S. E. Phone 1362 | The council adjourned without setting a date for its next meeting after a 43-minute session at which the Russian boycott brought from Australian delegate Paul Hasluck the assertion that "it seems the Soviet government has ignored this council." H elping the omemaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Stuff the Fish for Friday Cream of Pea Soup Baked Stuffed Haddock with Shrimp Sauce Escalloped Corn and Celery Chicory Salad Lemon Chiffon Pie (Recipes serve 4) Baked Stuffed Haddock with Shrimp Sauce % cup chopped onion % sup choppen green pc-pper % cup water 3 tab!espoons butter or margarine % teaspoon thyme or sage 3 cups soft bread crumbs 3 fillets of haddock 1^ teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 1 cup finely sliced shrimp 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 2 tablespoons flour ] /2 teaspoon salt 2 cups milk Cook onion and green pepper in water for 3 minutes. Remove from fire and add butter or margarine, thyme or sage and bread crumbs. Sprinkle fish with salt and pepper and place on baking sheet. Cover each fillet with stuf-' fing. Place in broiler, 2 inches below flame, 15 minutes at 325 degrees. Remove from broiler and place in oven and continue baking 4a minutes. Prepare shrimp, removing the digestive tract, wash I and slice. Make a sauce by melting the butter or margarine, blend m flour and seasoning. Add milk f?° uaU y. and co °k until thick. Add shrimp and reheat. Serve over the stuffed haddock. i Carrof Chowder ) 2 cups water j I cup carrot I 1 cup potato 1 cup turnip 2 slices salt pork 3" tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon salt Vt teaspoon pepper 2 cups milk 3 tablespoons parsley 1 bay leaf Bring water to boiling point Drop in vegetables cut in small dice and cook gently until tender. Dice the salt pork and saute m frymg pan to golden brown Remove pork dice and add flour salt and pepper to drippings in pan. Blend in milk. Cook gently 15 minutes. Combine with pork dice and add to vegetable mixture. C o o k 15 minutes longer Serve with parsley garnish. Molded Lamb, Nut and Egg- Loaf 2 tablespoons unflavored gelatin % cup cold water 2 cups boiling water 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons lemon juice H4 cup minced lamb, cooked 1 cup nut meats, chopped 4 hard cooked eggs, chopped 1 cup mayonnaise Soak gelatin in cold water for 5 minutes. Add boiling water and stir until dissolved. Add sail lemon juice and set aside until it begins to jell. Then fold in meal, nuts, eggs and mayonnaise. Turn i into mold and set aside to be- i come firm. Unmold on bed of lettuce surrounded with asparagus spears. Stacyville--Mrs. Joe C. Kinney vvas sent as delegate from Stacyville to tho convention of Catholic Lady Foresters at Cedar Rapids Tuesday and Wednesday. r ^feA/.ji Tur^uOsfep fc ^ lE HOSTESS sffi · Royal Doutton O Wedgwood · Haviland C Mirtton Bone China WATCHES DIAMONDS \2 EAST STATE May 9, 1946 it Mason City Globe-Giiette, M»on City, !». and new naval bases are Included in the latest S-year plan. 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