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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 1929 SEVUJN MRS PETERSON SERVICES HELD Born in Copenhagen Den mark in 1845 Came Here in 1877 Funeral services for Mrs Andrew Peterson were held p in Wednes day at tho Trinity Lutheran church with the Rev o L N Wlgdahl in charge The Rev Mr chose as his text Romans G23 For the wages of sin is death but tho free erift of God is eternal life m Christ Jesus our Lord Mrs sang Flee as a Bird by Dana and There Is a Beautiful Land on High by Taylor Pallbearers were Hans Christian son Andrew Leo Charles Anderson Isaac Sannerg Walter Thompson and Axel Ilermanson Burial was made in Elmwood cemetery Mrs Peterson nee Thora Sophia Sabinsky was born in Copenhagen Denmark March 29 1S45 She camo to he United States 53 years ago and nade her home at Mason City She was married to Andrew Peterson Oct 12 1S77 at Mason City Four children ere born Two of them Charles Peterson Dows and Mrs Rose John son Minneapolis survive her and two Walter and Yarda are dead Mrs Peterson was making her home with her son Charles atDows when she died Sunday after a short illness Her husband died at Minneapolis Nov 11 1825 Mrs Peterson is survived by three grandchildren Carl and Evelyn Peterson and Arlenb Johnson besides her son and daughter Additional Society Fire Destroys Three Gilmove City Firms G1LMORE CITY Feb 7 Fire of unknown origin today destroyed tho hardware store billiard hall and barber shop here The loss was esti mated at It was the most severe fire in 20 years Firemen were handicapped by a bitter wind with the thermometer at 12 below Columbias STAR OF THE WEEK 51 EWIS AND HIS BAND I Got a Woman Crazy for Me Shes Funny That Way Incidental singing by Ted Wear a Hat with a Silver Lining Incidental singing hy Tea Fox Trots pTinch 75c DANCE RECORDS 1693D A Room with a View from This Year of Dance Little Lady From This Year of Fol Sclvin and His Or chestra 10inch 75c 1G91D Ill Get at I Have Rose of Mandalay Foi Trots Ipana Troubadours S C Lan in Director 10inch 75c 1 Dont Be Like That My Troubles Are Resers Syncopators 10inch 75c VOCAL RECORDS 1095D 1 Found Gold When I Found You Theme Song from Motion Picture The Trail of Live and Love Theme Song from Motion Pictures The Masks of the Oscar Grogan 10inch 7Se ICftlJD A Gay Caballcro All By Yourself in the Moon Jones and Ernest Hare The Happiness 10inch 75c Vivatomtl Records Wilhou Headquarters in Mason City Columbia Records Chapmans 300 Attend Elks Lodge Open House Entire Cast of Elks Minstrel Honor Guests at Event j i More than 300 members ana guefjs purtEclnalea in the Elks lodge open lioiiso party which was held at the Elkfi clubrooms WeQjiestiay evening The committee in charge of affairs for the event consisted of M G Wimmer Joe Hoyt and George Ivan The en tiro cast oE tho Elks Minstrel were special guests at tills event Hosts and hostesses for tho bridge party which began at S oclock were and Mrs Car Stutenvoth and Dr and Mrs C CCarrick There were 2fi bridge tables Dancing which started at 9 oclock with music by Joplitfs orchestra lasted xintil mid nifiht A buffet suppet was served tlurEne the course of the evening Inconsistent Discipline Source of Constantly Growing Nerve Strain Ky ALICE JCOSON PEALK Tho thtld who never Knows what to expect fiom his parents is under a constant nervous strain there Is no order in his world and he can be sure of nothing Today he Is reproved for every slip tomorrow his wildest behavior sroea unchecked On Monday he is told Ihat he cannot have dessert unless he finishes his vegetables on Tuesday ho leaves his spinach and is given two helpings oc hte favorite pudding One evening lie is closely catechized on his doings between and another he walks in late ior supper without re proof Such erratic treatment is not only demoralizing to his habits and his standards but often gives rise as well to a condition oC nervous instability The younger tho child the more dlsas tions is the effect of inconsistent dis cipline The proper discipline oC infancy Is iargcly one of regular physical rou tine and is so obviously important that alt hut the most irresponsible par ents will respect it But tho proper discipline of the years between the second and sixth Increasingly involves psychological factors which are less obvious but not less Important to the childs development Above all clao the child needs senfo of continuity and consistency his background his routine hfs affoc tions The child who lacks these has no way of building up a servlceabl conscience or an even tempered cheeiful outlook Tlie confusion of his days Is reflected in his own confuset state of mind The unpredictability o those about him results in his own condition nervous MARRIAGES Marriage licenses have been to T S Athroclit Greene and OConnor RocUtord Robert Bartusek Manly and Marian Tucctta Caster E1 ra and Albert Mason Cit and Alice Ilaukncss Mason City Members of the I 0 0 F and Rebekah Lodges to Be Open House Guests The Oriental lodeo will hold open house for the I O O F and Rebekah members Thursday evening A hitch claps entertainment has been provided for this occasion which will be in Ihe nature of a booster meeting Charles R Cvuinb chairman oC tho entertain ment committee will be master of cere monies The Orientals are planning for a large number to be In attendance Helping the Homemaker stiffly beaten S lady fingers or 4 slices cake Soak the gelatin In tho cold water for 5 minutes Heat over a pan of hot water until tho gelatin has dissolved Cool Add tho orange and lemon Juice sosir and coo until n little stiff in the egg whites and beat in a cold place until the mixture holds Us sliape Iour into a elass bow or mold which has been lined with the lady flnsera Coo until sllff TJnmold and serve with plain or whipped cream Whipped cream may be substituted for tho ces whitea using a cup of stiffly whipped cream Orangesegments may be slipped down the sidos oE tlto pudding after it has begun to set This Is a wholesome easily digested dessert and ono that can bo served Cor all the family MISCELLANEOUS KECIPES By MKS ALEXANDER GEORGE Fluffy Frosting 2 cups sugar teaspoon cream of tartar 1 cup water 2 egg whites stlfC ly beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla li tea 5pocm almond extract Mix tho sugar cream of tartar and water Coolc over a moderate fire and without stirring until a thread forms when a small portion is slowly poured from a spoon Carefully removetho paof hot syrup from the fire during this testing When the thread forma slowly pour the hot syrup Into the stiffly beaten egg whites which have been placed In a deep bowl Beat while pouring In the syrup and continue beating until tho frosting Is cold thick and fluffy Add the extracts and carefully frost between the layers and on tlio top and sides of tho cake It this icing hardens before It Is old add 1 tablespoon of hot cream nd continue beating A spatula mo listened In warm water s an aid In procuring a smooth sur ice to tlio frosting after 1t has been laced on the calte This menu Is especially planned for e busy housewifewho has to do of tho preparation prior to tho ay oC the luncheon 19H Iirsf Slrcol S K Mnstm City Aii Immense Offering of Marvelous Values in New SPRING DRESSES Prices that save you considerably on every dress purchase New silks in clear gay colorings and in teresting new pat terns crepes and satins in navy blue and tan and bright Spring shades simple straightline frockstwopiece frocks and frocks with intriguing frills and flares or pleating Sizes 14 to 44 Such a combination of fea tures makes the purchasing of a frock a matter of genu ine economy for every wom an and miss Hoover lias ciosEcd the Equator fi A times but lio Is better known a tho who crossed the Mason Dixo York Government Wants Man to Work Among Indians Positions In government se are now open for thasa who cnro to toko a competitive civil service ex amination according to Charles 12 Price secretary of tho United States civil service board ot examiners ul tho postoltico here full information may procured from Mr Price A finner In the Indian service in New Mexico is wanted by tlio government besides men to fill two other positions The positions open with their sal nrles are as follows Junior patent examiner pntent ofCice Washington B C nt a year Tlio optional subjects lire Mechanical engineertns physlratl anil organic chemistry clionilcul engineer ing civil engineering anil electrical engineering Receipt of aiipHcalions vlll close on March 5 102D Farmer Indian service at a year At present there la a vacancy at Zunl agency New Mexico Receipt of applications will close on Feb 27 1029 Physiotherapy assistant hospitals of the Veterans Bureau and public health service at to a year Receipt ot applications will close May 7 1028 Assistant Pastor Entered as Second Class Matter Here The Assistant Pastor a tour veekly Icallet published by the Churr i oC Ciivist Alason City of which the Ucv A G Stowe is pastor has been entered at tho polsuffko here as ond class matter Notict of the papers admission us second class matter was rom WecUiLsday aieuut ng to officials here Tlift setipe of the new paper is broader than is covroil a church leaflet puljlislui fur IUOIH ners only and for tliat reason i ad mitted to second class postal rales According to the postal statute the requireinetns for second class periodi cals state that such matter must be originated for tlisBeinination ot infor mation of a ptililic character1 The Ktalxite goes on to say tiiat the amount of general matter must efptal or ex ceed tho amount of matter that inler esls tlte group that publishes the pa per encral matter and local mailer aiO present in about equal proportions In Hie Assistant Pastor it wnf staled The paper says they have found a longlegged sheep in tho Himalaya mountains that can run forty miUS an hour Well It would take a luith lilcc that to folnw Mary nowadays O Times Orange Charlotte Serving Six Any leftover may be stored in the Ice box for tho following 2 tablespoons granulated gelatin cold water 1 cup orange juice 3 Iblespoons lemon juice 2 ess whites Refucline on tho fly Is whore a man grabs another cup oE coffee be fore running for tho street ion Ohio Inquirer Are In a Position to Handle BJOILDIN LJOANS on residence business and iu conio property m Mason Mutual Building Loan Association rIS First Xnll Banli Hide Shoes WE are prepared with a com plete range of sizes in these slender graceful shoes to give your feet the unique combination of attractive charm and carefree comtort DREW Must Be Correct Hint is why par llcular men Uavo tltiir waicli re paired at Scneys forWomen Laird Shoe Co SIIOKS THAT SAVE HUMAN VALUE DR H M HOAG PHlSICMiV ami SUHGEOfkT SHIN DISHXSKS 2JJ First Nutl IJiinlf Ihimu 3 Special Purchase OF LADIES WRIST WATCHES A special purchase of ladies latest rectangulai1 shape wrist watches direct from the im porter enables us to pass these values on to you at a substan tial saving A REGULAR S20no VALUE 15 JEWEL MOVEMENT MURRAY JEWELRY CO M B A BLDQ Wards Reduction Sale iinal clearance COATS Huck Finn As lie will bo seen in Adventures ot Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer Pre sented at tho high school auditorium by lenn Gros French Mirlonetlcs Wednesday February 13 Seats reserved somo at 75c Aus pices Womans Club 122 N Federal Avc Every winter coat in stock has been radically reduced fn price for this grand clearance sale Our richest finest models are in cluded Lasting styles that will be as smart next winter as this A variety of soft furs lovely colors Wards is proud to offer such a remarkable collection of coats Values to at Tvarm soft rnUcrinls the latepL styles combine to inako this jrouri of conts worth twice tho sale price Only I of tills number left Values to at Th siasons smartest moripls al this nmmiiKly IHv toats tor dress and flKMi wear aofily ftirred and slimly tailor ed 10 only on hand Values to at Toull 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