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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY JAN 17 1929 E1 ivmsuiM mry UbUBUGAZETTE THURSDAY JAN 17 1929 RADIO Mrs Si p pe 1 WOMAN MINISTER Auxiliary to IHAS OWN ORCHESTRA TT i J H r Mrs Sippe to Be Heard on Thursday TwentySix Stations to Broadcast Message to Club Women COMB 1500 women of this commun M ity will be interested in tho radio program Thursday evening that will como over tho National Broadcasting hookup of 26 stations for Mrs John F Slppel president the General Federation of Womens clubs will speak from WBAF In Xew York The annual millwinter boara meet is just closing in Washington and ono of tho chief topics of the confer ence was the position of women in tlio financial world ot today Mrs Slppol will speak on womens new position as investors ajid tlio rapid progress made in tho financial world Sho will also tell of points to bo considered when investing Tills board meeting in Washington was attended by all Of the officers of the General Federation and Included Iowas own Mrs Henry Taylor o Bloomficld the new recording socr lary of the general organization A movement to stamp out tli pf tho word national in connectlo with this great orsanizalon was take nJ a preference for tho right nam Genera Federation ot Womens A WATCH re sponds to good care in accurate per formance and long life If you value your watch give it the bene fit of our expert treatment W H Potts Jeweler 12 East State St LOUISE SAXB EBY Misa Louise Saxe Eby a riatlvs oC Harclton Pa was recently ordaJned a Congregational minister at services at the Broadway Tabernacle in New York Officials say she Is the first wom an Congregational minister In New York Miss Eby was graduated from Mount Holyoke college South Had ley Mass in 1033 and from the Union Theological seminary New York In 1D2G Thera aro saidto ba 2000 women ministers In the United States was expressed Inasmuch as the fed eration Is international The Invitation extended by cablo from the Panama Federation of Womens Clubs for tho meeting in 1030 was accepted by the board Auxiliary to Call Session of Officers Presidents Secretaries Will Gather Feb 22 in Des Moines Plans are being formulated by Sirs O H Allbee Marshalltown state president of tho American legion aux iliary for the annual presidents and secrelarys conference to be held in DCS Moines Feb 23 This meeting wilt attract 500 women from every part of the t is salt The confer ence takes the form of an annual school of instruction for thesa officers of the state units Tho program will begin at D a m in the ballroom of tho Savery hotel There will be an all fiay session followed by a oclock ban quet In the evening National officers of ths American Legion and auxiliary will bo present and will speak before tha conference during the day and evening Stats of fleers and state chairmen of commit tees will als6 be present and will ap pear on tho programs There will ba a meeting of the de partment executive board preceding tlis conference Feb 21 at the Savery hotel also a meeting of the state fi nance committee Mrs Mary Virginia Bedell of Spirit Lake past president ot the Iowa department is chairman of uia latter committee CALENDAR OFFICE FOBCB GIVE POSTNUPTIAL PARTY Mr and Mrs Milton Olson who vere married Dec 26 at Fairmont Minn were entertained at dinner In he Milwaukee club rooms Wednesday ivening Mrs Olson was formerly Hiss Ruth McVlcker ot Clear Lake ilr Olson Is car secretary to Milwau kee superintendent Cards and games urnished entertainment for the eve ning A gift was presented to the cou ilc S 0 UHR CRESCO Jan if miss Anna ouhrada was married Tuesday to eorge D Merrill by tha Rev F ngelhart pastor of Immanuels Lu loran church of Cresco Tho couple as attended by Joy Bferrill and rank Souhrada bride is a daughter ot Air and of Liaie Springs and ths bridegroom Is a son of Mr ancJ Mrs vV G Merrill of Saratoga all of Howard county The honeymoon is that part of a girls lite that comes between tho lip slick and tho Ipiicler January Fur Coat Clearance 8 Fur Coats Each SPECIAL FRIDAY and SATURDAY Y alues to Am Pony River Mink trim Am Pony Muskrat Pony black trim 00 Am Pony self trim Leopard Coney Coat 00 grey Coney Walloby black Manchurian Wolf self trim 8 BARGAINS FRIDAY Womans Will meet in Congregational church for 1 oclock luncheon Hostesses ilrs John Bajfanz ana group two First Methodist Womens Home Mis sionary Will meet in church parolrs Grant P T A Will have program In school audi torium Baptist Ala Will meet In church parlors Division No s will serve Business Womens class of Presbr ferjan churcli Will hold a social meeting at the home of the Rev and Mrs Georg Davies Kill Karc Hosts Mr and Mrs H E Hcabncr o North Teffeison avenue Pleasant Kldgo Hostess Jfrs Elsio Stevens KooscrelfJackson P T A at auditorium Music eiadc 5 Piano solo Mrs H C Tllnea Keadins Mr F V AVoltcrs webe MrsJ T Weber and Evelyn Talk The Diet of the School Child Dr Stella Mason Lincoln P T A Is postponed one week Helping the Homemaker By LOUISE BENNETT WEAVER MENU FOIl DINNER Escalloped vice and cheese buttered ects date biscuit butter head let uce French dressing chocolate cake of fee f UTurACTION WITH IVUV TVKHAltj ELENA MONI3AK There Is a great difference between a womans orchestra and a mans de clares Miss Elena Montak of Chicago And sho should know because at one time sho directed an orchestra ot men in some of Cbleagos movingpicture houses and sho ia now leader an allwomans orchestra She was the first woman ever to conduct a svm phony orchestra in Chicago and tho conductor of the first allwomans or chestra in the United States The difference between a womans and a mans orchestra is one says that meu may be old young hand some or ugly so long as they play well that is enough But women must look well as well as play well They must dress the stage 13 it were That is the reason that when Miss Moneaks orchestra plays thoy wear smart uniforms of gold and red while their conductor dresses all in yellow against the background of moth golden shell a mam FUR JACQUETTES One Lot Values to MENS FUR COATS Coats for College Boys Values to Buy Where You Buy In Safety n FURRIERS HHlrsch S S Yelland Fitting the face be sides the eyes both done perfectly here SMITH OPTICAL CO E STATE ST COKEENANDORFUH MANLY Jan marriage oC Leona M Cohcen and Julian J Aiv dorfer took place at the Sacred Heart Catholic church Wednesday morning and was read by tho Ucv Father GUI Ehi Florence Cohcen sister oC the briUc and Phillip Ainlorfer brother or Iho bridogrqpm wore tho attendants Following tiio ceremony a dinner was served at tho brides home A danco was given at tho Legion hall iVednesday night Tho bride is lie oldest daughter oC Ir and Mrs coheen who Hvu on a farm northeast oC Manly She attcndetl tho Manly schools and waa graduated from high school In ISM In 1K7 slio was graduated from nurses training at Mercy hospital in ESCALLOPFJD RICE AND CHEESE SERVING FOUR LeJlover rice from rice pudding may bo used Two cups cooked rice 2 tabjespoona nely chopped onions 2 tablespoons chopped celery 3 tablespoons butter 1 tablespoons flour i cup milk 1 cup rice stock water in which rice was 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon paprika 23 cup plmlento cheese Melt tlio butter and add tho flour Blend and add the milk and rice slock salt and paprika Mix thuroly cook sionly and stir frequently until a creamy sauce forms Add the cheese and stir unlil it lias melted Add the rest of the ingredients and pour into n shallow well buttered baking dish Cover with tho crumbs CRUMB MIXTURE Twothirds cup rolled dried bread or cracker crumbs 2 tablespoons but ter melted Mix tho Ingredients and sprinkle over tlic top of the rice mixture Bake in a moderate oven for 20 minutos Serve in the flish in which baked BISCUIT Two cups flour 4 teaspoons baking powder 14 teaspoon sail 3 table spoons fat i cup chopped dates 3 cup milk Mix the flour baking powder and salt Cut in tho fat with a knife Add tho dates and slowly add the milk nixing with the knife When a soft lough forms placo It upon a Jloure read board or paper and pat out un il it is inch thick Cut out with a biscuit cutter and place the biscuit side by side on a greased baking sheet Bake In a moderate oven for 15 mln utas Serve hot BATE ICE BOX COOKIES SEVEN Mason City The bridegroom is the oldest son ot Mr and Mrs William Andorfer of Algona The couple will be at lioma on n farm near Algona after Feb 15 These may be liept for weeks in tho ice One and onehalt cups fat lard and butter 2 cups dark brown su ear 3 eggs 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon vanilla li cup sour milk i cups chopped dates 4i cupa flour 1 teaspoon soda Cream tho fat and sugar Ada the eggs spices salt vanilla and sour milk aiiii beat for 2 mlnules Add the rest of the ingredients and press into 2 rolls ift inches in diameter noil in Paperand Btoro in lhe ice Use a thin knifo and cut hln slices and bake 2 Inches apart on well srcascd baking sheets just a few cookies at a time need bo baked and the rest of tlo dough stored In the ice bos until future use Avoid tin cooking utensils for out door or camp cooking ns they rust easily Aluminum or iron are suitable RUDD Feb Miss Xellla Roy eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs H A Roy who reside south of town was married to Leo Zimmerman only son oC Charles Zinvmer local garageman at the Methodist church at Masin City The brides younger sister Hao of Waterloo and Sidney Children were tho witnesses Tho bride Is a graduate of tilt Rudd high school and had been cm Ploycd at Mason City until last sum mer when she returned to make hfr home with her parents Following the ceremony the couple left on a short trip GUILD TO MEET Smith Ciano apartments Friday ul lunchcon No wonder foieigncis have trouble with tho American language In country when you shingle a house you put something on but when you shingle a womana hair you take something Globe TEST YOUR ART Give Child Legitimate Way of Showing Off in Presence of Company By MRS AGNES We have all seen tho child who a visitor cornea to tho house at once tries to usurp center of the stage by telling a long story or ny Putins on a number of interesting hut inapnroprlalo athletic cvenls Such a child must show ofE wheth er tho attention he gets Is complimen tary or otherwise It Is therefore best 10 give such a youngster a legitimate waj ot rcceivolng notice He can be sent on an errand o fetch irmtherY work bagor Intrusted to pass tlK bowl for tea Iout Scold Child It is important too to Ignore tlio unpleasant part ot tho behavior since it ho Is notlceel even tho it li fce scolded ho will Iiavc achiever St Johns Episcopal Guild will n1 ln a 5cnpe will hivbeen meet at the home of Mrs N wton I rowarloi Showins off should ho ro saided only a symptom ami tn uii dnrlymjOIULSO bn icmccJicd Tho worst oasfs nf shonlntr off aro usually found n homes where tho children arc hanllv listcncd to at any time or whevo on child Is favored by tho parents to unr an oviont thit the favored ehilii resorts to this unfortunate msans I got the attention he craves Feeling of Inferiority Often the show off Is reacting to B feoilng Of inferiority Such a cbiid can FREE COMMERCIAL ART EXHIBITION Jan 18th to Jan 23rd Wier Block 3 West State St Ground Bus Slilion A display of the originals of many of the leading illustrators design ers and cartoonists of America ENTER THE FREE DRAWING CONTEST Komollmcs the relief or acnrjol or nn unhappy stain of affair on lho playground will rcmrJy tlv lroijIe rneoKnillon nf nrhlovomenl by rntlicr and Bill lo lr rolofiae tho tension nndcr whirl bo mittm Klnco vlrt he show off ivnnts In ttp opprnvnl of Ihosn about him he la easy to reach and quick to respond Five Men Rob New York Jewelry Shop NEW YOKIC Jan 17 Joung men working with precision Uio Park avenue jewelry shop of O Mnubouialn Bliortly hcforo noon tnclay nntt eacnpcd with gems valued at JlnnociO They took tlia stones from tho an to and show canes Jolics Over Justirc Ka A men for johs Justices of tho poaco Tfm 12 who wcio elected hav rcslfrned saylnpr ihclr nimcs wore written on the ballots by jokcstcra An Iowa professor Is Irjlnjr to train nn oyster rt IQ can Bct It to in and dnnoo his tonchlnff days will bo Pmt Ca7ctlc ir Savings for Women Who Appreciate Quality January HATS COATS DRESSES FURNISHINGS Clearingout every garment at cost and less than cost your share of these remarkable values tomorrow Silk Dresses Regrouped and again reduced to Wash Dresses Two lots at Bargain Prices 69C Girls Wash DressesReduced for Clearance Ages 3 to 14 Smart Girlish StylesAll at Saving Prices 69C Winter Coats 3 lots regrouped priced to sell Better Coats ry Better c ag for felling entlre Blook now Silk KIMONOS Hobea and Blanket KolC3 Priced for Clearance at 39S PURSES Two lots of good Pruses for Clearance 50 FLOWERS Boutonnleres educed to half or co lOc 25c 69c CENTER Closing Out Friday and 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