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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1928, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 1028 WOMENS ACTIVITIES AT FAIR TO BE FARREACHINQ Department Meetings to Be iiY W Board Passes Resolution for Consolidation of Two Divisions BSORBED In ths plans of the departments for the coming year the afternoon passed so quickly for the members ot the Wo mans club board Tuesday that little time was left for the discussion of the revision of the constitution An ad journed meeting was proposed for Tuesday morning at 10 oclock in the library assembly room and the pro posal was accepted At this time the revision committee chalrmanned by Mrs J L Pauley will report and each section will be thoroly studied and discussed before action is taken Each department chairman toid of her plans for the coming year and the board was called upon to make a few decisions In connection with this phase of the club The resolutions asking for the consolidation of the civic art and Improvement depart ments were passed The new group will beknown as Outdoor Life Luncheon to Be in 1 W Discussion was held as to the advis ablltly of changing the place of meet Ing for the literature and the current events departments It was thot by some that the various social groups would take over the luncheons this year and contribute the proceeds to the building fund Others thot the Y W C A would be a good place for these meetings and to have the T W cafeteria furnish ths luncheon each time making the Y W more of a community center for womens ac tivities When the question came up You Are Invited to visit our display at the North Iowa Fair August 12 to 17 West End of Manufacturers Bldg Phone 53 or 56 1205 S Federal H M KMJDSON Prop tor voting the latter plan was favored and the meetings of the Book Uevlew Luncheon club and the current event group will he held at the same hour oclock on Wednesday in the gymnasium of the Y W The drama department will also have Its study hours and teas in this place Mrs F T Vasey reported on the program and named the various speak ers who have been engaged to appear here next year Because so many de sirable personages could not come on the regular meeting day of the club changes were made in several In and the first general club meeting will be Oct 23 with Frederic Vinfng Fisher author lecturer pub licist and explorer Evening Meeting Proposed The headlined on the program Is 27 An effort will be made to have him come here In tha evening so that Lowell Thomas who comes on Xov the men may have an opportunity to her him It will be recalled that Mrs nuth Bryan Owen told much of Mr Thomas adventures during the World war and his books are much sought after At the fiust meeting ot tha new year Mr and Mrs Manning who are just off the concert stage and aresum mering this season at Clear Lake will give tho program This will be Jan 8 Mrs Cornelia Stratton Parker au thor will be hero Feb 6 and Mr and Mrs Ongawa Japanese dramatists on March 26 The final program ot the year will te Badger Clark on April 7 Mr Clark is a western poet WifePreservers Grill plate with three compartments and matching cup and saucer Ivory chain with brilliant read white blue and orange flowers with a dark red bank and line about the edge Gene Tunney rather gives the Im iression of an Individual who will still havs some of that million left five City Tribune r of a STEIN WAY X JMMOPCTA the worlds finest piano NO MATTER what you spend on the house you live matter what pains you take to procure the best in furnishings and ap pointments your home is not complete without a Steinway The presence of a Steinway in your home is a sure indication of the good taste and discrimina tion of its owner It adds the final touch of distinction to the carefully planned interior Its lovely music cheers and enter tains The home in which you live is worthy of the best And the Steinway is known everywhere as the worlds finest piano It is easy to own one Let us show you the new Ebonized Baby Grand Visit the North Iowa Fair August 12 to 17th MUSIC CO HOME OF STEINWAY AND CABLE MADE PIANOS Club Women to Sponsor Baby Booth County Girls Will Take Part in Music Memory and Health Contests BW ideas have been employed by supervisors of various exhibits that have to do with womens activities at the North Iowa fair which opens Monday and continues thruout the week One ot the community service pro jects in keping with the aim as plven the constitution ot the Wom ans club is the free public health booth maintained each year by the welfare department of the club The booth is an educational feature as well It corresponds to the monthly preschool clinic conducted thruout the year by this department at the Y W C A here Tho booth at the fair has attracted the attention of mothers who take their children year after year to be weighed and measured to receive the latest literature on health and care of babies and preschool children Baby Bath Demonstration Requests have come in to headquar ters for another baby bath demonstra tion this year and several mothers have offered to supply the babies for the bath Nurses from Mercy and Park hospitals will grive the demon stration at oclock dally There will be an Instruction period at tho same time Stepping aside from the preschool age period which influences the monthly clinics rll babies and chil dren up to 10 years ot age will be weighed and measured If their weight Is normal thy will recelvoa gold star and a ticket for an ice cream cone The committee announces there will be interesting health posters on the walls of the booth and an exhibit of the newest baby outfit Mrs Hans Buehler the city nurse will be at the booth to help mothers In any way pos sible Mrs E B Hersey and Mrs E H Crofoot are chairmen of ths fair com mittee ot the welfare department of the Womans club 4H Clubs to Exhibit Important to all women and espe cially to the farm women will bs the large exhibit and the many demon strations to be by the 4H club girls In every township ln the county Nine counties entered the In Lrrcourtty demonstrating contest last Chef Gives Rule on Corn Beef Dish for Epicures Local Woman Also Sends Way for Jiggs to Try in His Dilemma HILE corn beef and cabbage In Its simple ingredients Is a real home dish famous ehets employ all their skill and experience to make It a savory combination for the jaded palates of patrons of world famous restaurants As prepared by chefs for epicures however the home ly combination o corn beef and cab bage is far from the Inexpensive dish that economical housewives know There is appended a recipe from a fashionable restaurant Housewives may try this formula so as to make a comparison with the rqsujts of their own methods It comes from Pierre Couret ot the White House tavern NewYork He was formerly of Hen ris and of the Chateau Madrid Paris The recipe follows Choose Best Meats Choose from the three kinds of corn plate and brisket Rump is lean and solid brisket Is tender and fat Plate is not so good Use equal parts of rump and brisket Should be allowed to soak FOR AT LEAST A WEEK in The bigger ths pot tho better It should be of copper or aluminum as Iron pots blacken both the meat and the vegetables First boil ths meat to get off tho brine again Third skim off the foam Fourth cook from four to six hours Fifth use new quartered with the outer leaves thrown away corn beef Is done cook the cabbage and potatoes In the juice until tender Seventh to serve Put the cabbage on the plate Then cover with a lay er of each kind of meat Eighth horseradish sauce for a rel ish The best methods of preparing this dish are the subject ot a national corn beef and cabbage contest Full details regarding this will be found In anoth er column Loral Woman Helps This is the recipe a Mason City woman Mrs William Wheeler 1010 Kim drive offers Jiggs as a solvent to his problem If the corn beef Is very salty soak over night in water In the morning drain Put in kettle over slow fire and let simmer more than botl for Ifivi of water Into this liquor put the cab bage and boil hard for 40 minutes He move and drain In colander Put on ge dish Slice corn beef in cven slices and lay around cabbage Add dash of pepper and serve hot The AUGUST SALE year arid Butler county has made or 8lK hours then let boil briskly plans to enter the contest this year tor on6 hourCut the cabbage in for the first time jshreds larger than for slaw Soak In again bein Charge of This Is one of the contests which has proved popular over the state In fairs and will be a feature of the state fair Appreciation will be stressed in music Instruction too says Mrs W E Bouck who is In charge of the entire exhibit The numbers for the contest are se lected from the best composers of a number ot countries The list selected I has been sent to the club girls and a I study has been made of the eomposij tlons The contestants will be asked to write the name of the piece the na tionality of ths composer and the najne of the composer Winner Goes to State The health contest will be In chavse of Mrs Putman of Ventura and her committee The Iowa health card will used in this contest The club girls scoring highest will be Cefro 3ordo county health girl and will lave an pportunlty to enter the state health contest for girls and boys at he fatr In Des Molnes A new feature this year will be the style show for club girls Miss Merl Ramer demonstratingagent will have charge of this work The girls taking part will wear clothes which they have made for them selves The costumes will feature for various occasions Miss Tasephlne Arnnuist state leader of girls of 4H clubs will he the Judge of demonstration Miss Ramer will announce the The 4H club exhibit will ar ranged by the county club committee Mrs Hoy Wescott Mrs Breeding Mrs Hickock Mrs M V Wallace and Mrs Bouck This exhibit will per haps ho Judged Monday The Junior department Is In connec tion with this club department and includes the exhibitingof cooking sewing canning pickles preserves jellies and candies Women to Show Foods Other exhibits which will be ot spe cial Interest to women and will be eagerly eyed by the men will be in the culinary department For when do cakes bread pies doughnuts and fancy pastry look more appetizing than on exhibit under the glass cages on the shelves at tha fair And then ths rows of canned vegetables fruits jellies pickles preserves and the like wouldnt like to include them In his fruit cellar for the winter Ideas for making fancy pieces may be obtained by viewing the needle work exhibit which always includes some beautiful specimens of fine handwork Quilts rugs dresses gar ments of all sorts doilies that embody various and other articles may he found of Inferest In this group The art department usually carries some interesting exhibits of paintings crayon work sculpture and hand painted dishes Wood work is another unusual exhibit shown In this section For those women Interested In good dairy butter and fresh fruits and vegetables will be the special exhibit usually open in the floral hall ANNOUNCE SECRET WEDDING BRISTOW Aug Robla P Stewart and Lowell Hewitt have Just announced their marriage which took place on May 22 at the Garner par sonage with the pastor the Rev C H Van Metre FURS features Coats of Rare Beauty at prices not to be duplicated later in the season NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY Fur Goats REPAIRED RELINED REMODELED PRICES MODERATE PIERRE COURET FIALAOLSEN VOWS SAID AT CLEAR LAKE Nuptial vows of Miss Marie Ffala of this city and W Ferdinand Olsen ot Chicago were repeated Wednesday at high noon at the Lutheran church at Clear Lake The father of the bride groom the Bev E Olsen of Sand Creek officiated The bride wore a frock of white georget with pleated skirt lace trim med and cape effect on the blouse Her picture hat was trimmed with flowers and wide streamers White lilies tied with ribbon lace were fash ioned for her bouquet White nllp pers and hose completed her costume Her kerchief was of white georget from Vienna Miss Dagney Olson the brides at tendant wore a frock of orchid with hat to match The bridegroom was attended by E Seatviet of Sioux Falls S D Mrs Roger Kirk sang I Love the Rose and MSR Evelyn Olsen played Wagners wedding march from Tannhausec Following the ceremony at the church a reception and breakfast was held summer home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Frank Flala Pink and white were the prevailing colors in the floral decoration of the cottage Mr and Mrs Olsen left for Decorah where Mr Olsen attended school and where they met several years ag From there they go to other low points and will return to the Fla home at Clear Lake Guests from were the Rev Olsen Misses Dagny Evelyn Llla am Agnes Olsen of Sand Creek Seatviet of Sioux Falls S and Jo Fiala of Washington D C CIJEVELANDHAES GARNER Aug Haes former Garner boy was married tc Miss Josephine Cleveland Thursday at the home of the brides sister King at Mankato Minn Mr Hafi has just completed a year as Inter in St Lukes hospital at Duluv having received his M frc thp University of Minnesota Thll will make their home at Bricely Minn ir Miss Francis Graham vlFlting at the Milton O Dalvey hort 1414 East State street E J Murray of the Murray Jewel firm has returned from a buying tr in Chicago While there he attend the national Jewelry and gift show Additional Society on Page 8 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH BVERY PURCHASE V We welcome you to our NORTH IOWA FAIR August 12th to 17th Every facility and convenience of this store is at your disposal SILK ORES FOR EARLY FALL WEAR In Quality Fabrics Favored Styles and Colors MILLINERY SMARTEST STYLE TRENDS to Sport Styles Afternoon Models Evening Models New lines greater elaboration of detail black navy and a rich harvest of Autumn shades imbue the fall mode with a rare charm and loveliness Never has there been a more varied collection from which to choose ones own most flat teringstyles and thus never a better opportunity for every woman to be individually dressed than this fall Every day sees many moreof the new fashions arriving in the store
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