Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 18, 1964 · Page 18
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1« Dee. II, Globt-Ga«ne, Mason Cir r , - Mr. and Mrs. er will observe their golden weclclinir anniversary with a reception at their homo Sun "v afternoon. Mr. Ballanger and the former Georgia hirth were married at Shelby, Neb., Dec. 21, 1J)H I hoy have lived in Iowa Falls more than 20 years' inc.y have a son, Wayne, MarshalUown. "—' Things about people and places On leave from Ft. Hakor, San Francisco, and duiK the holidays in the parental homos of Ju.s- Smi h and Victor Miillancy are Fir.st LI,. Thomas J'. fcrnith and his family. Dr. Jamca Smith who is interning at SI. Francis Hospital in Peoria, III., is also Mr. ], . Mrs. Virgil Kullcr, route , ccjve<l word of the birth of a son to Mr. and larlan Hi, Icr of Suit Lake City, Utah. The ha have rc- Mrs was 8 Make Christmas shopping pleasure for children The excitement and frustra lion of shopping for Chrislma.' gifts during the holidays could lurn the Tiny Tim of loday Into the Scrooge of tomorrow, a University of Iowa professor suggests. "Like it or not, gift buying Is the responsibility of the adult, not the child," says Professor Elizabeth Alden, supervisor of Ihe Preschool Laboratories at the University ot Iowa Institute of Child Behavior and Development. She feels that putting a small child through the same gift-buying process Dial adults fiice is a frustrating anil overwhelming experience thai may well affect future nltiluilrs. Dr. Alden suggests Hint parents discuss wilh their child weV ahead of any .shopping expedl lion the presents they think Jiiiglit OP appropriate for UIL child to give. The child should be given some voice in I lie selection, she says, so that he feels the choice is up to him. "l*til too many alternatives will merely overwhelm him," slip warns. "A young child can make a choice comfortably from only two or three things. Discuss with Iho child ahead of time the choices he r;m make and show why a; 1 , idea of his may or may not. be good for a particular person." It is important, According to Dr. Alden, for the gift to he something that the child <-nn enjoy, loo. "Little girls enjoy symbols of being grownup," she says, "so the gift they give might be something that has an alt faction for them, like a hairbrush or cosmetics." The gift should also be something that the adult will use, she advises. "The child should feel that the tiling he values is also valued by someone else. Parents should be able to .show real nilhu.sia.sm about their gifts— the child feels rejected when his products arc rejected," she Dr. Alden cautions against let- tine the child go shopping alone, even in a small town. "An unhurried time for both parent ntul child should he arranged when Recipe of the day By Cecily Rrownslone CKKAM CIIKESE COOKIKS 1 cup flour 1 \ teaspoon salt '•j eup butler or margarine •1 ounces cream cheese 2 teaspoons grated orange rind } 2 eup sugar 1 egg yolk 1 package (fi o/.s.) s e m i- swoet chocolate pieces Vi eup coarsely chopped walnuts Stir together t h c flour and salt. Beat the butter, add cream cheese, orange rind ami .sugar; beat thoroughly unli! fluffy— —the texture of mayonnaise. Beat in egg yolk. Stir in flour mixture all at once until blended, then chocolate and walnuts. Drop by level tablespoonfuls, 1 inch apart, on lightly greased cookie sheets; flatten slightly wilh a small spatula. Bake in a moderate (350 degrees) oven about 15 minutes or until cookie edges arc brown; tops will be cream colored. Makes 44 cookies. FOOD COMBO Ever add butler-cooked mushrooms to green lima beans? Excellent combination! the stores an: not overcrowded, so that the event won't be fa- '.iguing or loo exciting." Nor should a parent make his child Jive up a favorite activity or )lhcr recreation lo go .shopping. "J'hi.s make.v gift buying n pun- shment by hiking something lice nway," she .says. •She suggests dial, the father ecompnny (he child when buy- Jig H gifl for the mother, and ice versa. J'arenls could tell ach other in advance the 'rands, scenls, types, etc., of he gifls they would like to' re- Decoration of garland tells story Christmas observances throughout the world were described and illustrated in the decoration of a garland of evergreen when the Wesley Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service (WSCS) held its meeting Thursday at the church. MVs. Harold JIopp led in the singing of carols ami read Scripture referring to the birth of Christ. Mrs. Richard Trc/.ona and Mrs. Ken Peterson sang two ducts. Mrs. Hopp presented a garland of pine branches to be decorated. The garland was decorated as readers told of the ways Christmas is celebrated throughout the world. Mrs. Fred Humphrey told of the Methodist Student Movement progress and announced a conference to he held in Lincoln, Neb., during the holidays. A representative from the Mason City organization will attend Ihe conference. The study course, "U.S. Ke- sponsibilily |» New Nations," has been completed. Mrs. Lowell DeCarmo announced the enrollment of 12. Circle chairmen gave their reports. Mrs, Richard Lockwood presented gifts to the Rev. and Mrs. Lowell DcGarmo, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Trebilcock, and Mrs. Mikovee, as a special Christmas remembrance from the WSCS. Mrs. Lockwood, WSCS president, was also presented a "There is no substitute for Ihe ime a parent spends with n 'lulcl," Dr. Alden nays. "This is low he leiirns. If you wnnl . i () leach children that giving Is enjoyable, then you have to spend time showing (hern. There's jus! no rjuick way to 'do it. The main thing is |<> Tiiake the whole process a pleasurable ojjo, md lo do (his, adult help is ssenlhtl." gift from the society. Hostesses were members of Cirri*- 4 wilh Mrs. Clyde Trebilcock as chairman. Summer travels in Europe topic of Wa-tan-ye talk Jane Young showed pictures and narrated her summer trip lo France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Luxembourg, England, Holland, Belgium and Austria at the Wa-Tan-Ye Club dinner meeting at. the Hotel Hanford. She was presented by Annie Yclland and Emma Rowc, program chairmen. Miss Young said, "Ot all the countries, I liked Germany the best; the people looked prosperous; cleanliness abounded, and the countryside was beautiful." Miss Young elaborated on the trip through the Brenner Pass and Monte Carlo. Gertrude Fiek read Christmas poetry closing with "Christmastime" by Edgar A. Guest. An exchange of gifls followed. Lucile Feldhus will present Lhc program Tuesday jioon at the Hotel Hanford, "A Visit to Santa," wilh Wa-Tan-Ye members participating. SANTA TAKES A BREAK - Worn out with a busy season Santa sinks down to rest on the porch at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Porter lo ° r 1S him and a to Children at Grant on program Grant School children prcs cnlcd a Christmas program Thursday at the school for the Grant !>TA. The Rev. Russell Vamlerhof gave the .spiritual guidance message. Miss Dorothy McDonald's 1st grade gave a recitation; Vcrla Hcnscn's 1st grade, poems; Mrs. Gaylord Turvold's 2nd grade, songs; Miss Charlotte Blumcnsteil's 2nd grade, a Bible reading; Miss Carol Starr's 3rd grade, a song; Mrs. Olendes Grosland's 3rd and 4lh grades, songs. Miss Merle While's 4th grade and Mrs. Dorothy Christoffersen's 5th grade sang. Mrs. William Mahonc's sth and 6th grade gave readings and songs and Daniel Decker's 6th grade, songs. The music was directed by Mrs. Henry Pendergraft and Miss Wilma Nyce. BABY BLANKETS Baby's used blankets that arc no longer needed can be covered with a pretty -material and used as throw pillows. If a need arises again, simply rip open pillow and remove them. Tobe says Illusion suits new If you're resort bound, and looking for the newest .swimsuit to take along, your best bet would be one ot the illusion suits. Concealing, yet revealing, these suits have see- through insets, panels, or overlays of sheer veiling- net or lace. The most popular style is the "one-piece bikini with opaque bra and trunks and fishnet fillin between, but there are also swimsuits with see- through "coverings" at plunging necklines or cutout sides. There's more "now you see it" appeal in sheer or lacy coverups, too, that allow more than a peek at the suit underneath. Maybe walking out without paying, too WICHITA, Kan. (ypi—A small grocery store has Ihe following ign posted at its vegetable ounter where purchases have to he weighed: "If no service at the scales, loller—jump up and down on he counter—or ring the bell. Someone will come." Possible to keep braid from raveling Silk braid will not ravel when you cut it if, before cutting, you place a piece of cellophane tape on it at the length desired, then cut tape the also you through the center of the . Not only does this keep tape from splitting, but it keeps each end intact until are ready to use it. DRESS SALE Now On Past Matrons Club names new officers Officers were elected by the ast Matrons Club of Unity dapter 58, Order of the Eastern tar Thursday evening. Mrs. Kenneth E, Kalahar was amed president; Mrs. F. L. udson, vice president; Mrs . M. Florden, secretary; and rs. Billie J. Reed, treasurer The meeting at the home of rs. Kenneth L. Phillips fol- wed a dinner at the Dinner Bell. Miss Loretta Welsh, worthy matron, was a guest. 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