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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 14 1929 SEVEN MRS FRANK P HOFMANN TO TALK ON NEGRO FOLK LORE Federation Chairman to Speak to Music Division Iowa Mother Has Right Idea For over fifty years physicians have recommended it and mothers all over the world have recognized this fine old medicine as tho standard remedy for thoBo Ills of childhood such as biliousness sallow brokenout skin constipation nervousness indigestion feverlshness no appetite or energy etc Children love the rich fruity taste California Fig Syrup and their whole system benefits from Its gentle influence It quickly purges tho childs system of all waste it regulates the liovvels and stomach and gives theeo orsiins tone anil strcnglli so they con liiuie to act normally ot their own accord An Iowa mother Mrs S L Allen rid Coon Rapids says My little laughterMadpnna suffered from constipation until she was puny nad underweight and her stomach and Ijowels seemed to be weak Then our druggist got us to start her on Cali fornia Fig Syrup Soon she began picking up and she hasnt had a bit her old trouble since Shes a stronghealthy girl now doing splen did work atschool Always ask lor California Fig Sy rup by the lull name to protect your self from Imitations All drug stores have it Vom million bottles used a year shows Lecture Will Be Held at YW Auditorium Monday Eve at OClock RS FBANK P HOFMANN slato chairman of the depar merit of music of the Iowa Fed eration of Womens clubs will lecture on The Trail of the Negro Folk Songs at the T W C A auditorium Monday evening Feb 18 at oclock Mrs Hofmann who lives In Ot tumwa will lecture here upon the in vitation of the music department ot the local Womans club She is also president ot the Ottunmu Music club and isf former representative on the board of directors the National Fed eration oC Music clubs Because of extensive research work along with her musical studies Mrs Hofmann has made the acquaintance of tho most prominent contemporary musi cians in the United States She is a former pupil of Carl Schluer former ly professor of music at Drake uni versity and also studied with Paul Sloye of Drake Besides her interest in music as a student tho history ofmusic a coniposer accompanist and soloist Mrs Hofmann lias a keen apprecia tion of books and In her husbands drug store Mrs Hofmann has a good book business She is most generous with her own books saying that she keps her books for her friends anjj wants them to enjoy them too Her living room is well iincil uno the boolf cases are overflowing oven tho the books are arranged two deep on ev ery shelf Mrs Hermanns subject On the Trail of the Negro Folic Song will be illustrated with Piano numbers A baby grand piano will be furnished tho Womans club music department which is sponsoring the affair The meeting is open to tho public and is free Physical Instruction Classes at Y W C A Open to Enrollment It Is not too late to join any the classes oC mstr ictlon iu physical work at the V W C A announces Miss Stephanie Schultz director Espe cially Interesting to mothers and chil dren is the rhythmic dancing club which was organized last weelc ami to which new little members are still welcome Enrollment lii all of tho classes if incrensinthe director slates nut can ba made at any time Thursday evening from 9 to 10 oclock the Sen ior lifesaving class holds Its session and members have been urged to join Miss Schultz schedule la as follows MONDAY basketball 7S Basketball X T basketball TUESDAY normalizing swim liCo savin K i swimming URGES SANATORIUM MRS ERNEST R GRANT A sanatorium for tubercular chil dren is urged by Mrs Ernest R Grant chairman of the Tuberculosis Childrens Sanatorium committee W the District Columbia chapter oE llio Association for the Prevention Tuberculosis She recently had a 35 niinulo audience with President Cool idge in relation to the project Box Toes and Box Heels of ran NEW ARRIVALS LidoChampaign Kid Sun burn kid overlaid toe and quarter New Advance Spring Styles Ara Now on Dis play Many at and none arc more than 7 Orrtcrd By Mutt rromntlr Obtainable at Panora Stores In Sioux City Waterloo Cedar Rnpiils Dos Moincs GraceArch Shoes 105 N FEDEEALi AVTi If INSTEAD ofexercise Millions oC busy men and women are learning the secret of the exerciser Ju the vestpocket box for a dime Cascarets give your bowels as much real as they fiet from an hour with tho boxing gloves Oila Senalor Borah apparently is no longer a member in good standing o tho Irreconcilable lesson in swimming 21 lesson in swimming WEDNESDAY open pool beginners lesson and Junior col sre swim class for employed girls basketball class THURSDAY normalizing ma trons swimming rhythmic expres sion swimming swimming life snvins FRIDAY swimming foima trons SATURDAY O O F swimmlns grade children children Musicians Tell of Amusing Incidents on Puppet Travels Miss Geraldlne Vance pianist and larpist with the Joan Gros French narionctlo company and Mrs Llnnca Jar tin an Roberts vfollnbL lolci ot amuaing ana Interesting Incidents vhicli befell them while traveling rom place to place at a dinner at he Green Mill Wednesday evening vlillo tliey tho guests of Mrs na K Trlssel tho Drama shop and Miss Kathcryno Trlssel Tho liiuslcJans were cntliuslaMic over the reception offered tho per ormers in Mason CJty both from so ial ami educational aspects and in describing somo of the localities thru whJch the show has traveled told a number of amusing and interesting incidents A story was told ot a little who was selling tickets for tho of Oz performance on3 when asked what the ncuno of tho show was remarked Im jiot sure but I think it Is the Gizzard of on Ox At a performancein a Wisconsin city It was said tlio management be alarmed over an attendance of 1000 hilarious children and for safe tys sake appealed to tho police the firemen and finally tho Boy Scouts In spile oC these precautions how ever a boy slipped his largo hunting dog thru the doors Jt so happened that a bunny orchestra was featured that afternoon and immediately after the cur la In had risen to reveal the bunnies tlic made a live over three or our rows oE scats la nnori tho sturro rinl it rpnofl nlhllate the bunnies It took a brave burly policeman to mount tho minia ture stageand rescuo both the Jus and rabbit puppets One college professor refused to book the show for the reason that they allowed no dog shows at ile lloscAnd such conditions said Hie musicians uro often met in spite of the Increasing popularity ot Hie pnp pet pcrfomuiiKes anil tho historical background connected with tile mari onette productions Greek Children Baptized in Impressive Ceremony at Steve Alampass Home Aikntcrine nnd Slivvros were the nnmes bestowed upon the givl anil boy bubles fit Mr ami Mra Nlclc Kou vavns in an impressive Greek bap tismal ceremony Wednesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Stove Alampass Amons tho guests were Chief oC Police Frank SnnCord and County Attorney Roe Thompson Following the Greek custom of pre senting Houvenirs to all present at the ceremony tho sponsors Mrsr Garufalfa Georgou and Mrs Stev A la mpass dls tri 1m ted pieces nt money The Rev J Lolaku pastor of the Greek Orthodox church presided at the baptism A luncheon was served after the ceremony and a pretty service was held with the children dressed and holding caudles march ing around tho baptismal lout three singing in token ot the oc sitn HARDING LOD012 The Harding1 lodge number 049 will meet Friday evening at 7 olock at I be Masonic hall Third degree work will given after which light refresh ments will bo served I T A 0dicers Meet HANlONTOWN Feb of ficers ninl various committee mem bers of the P T A enjoyed a oclock dinner at the school house evening Tho husbands wore invited guests and plates were aid for about 20 Before Baby Comes Mothers Friend is a comfort to expectant mothers Externally applied it relieves prenatal dis tress by relaxing tight tissues and muscles And it is so soothing Its daily use makes the skin soft and pliable Three generations of mothers have praised Mothers Friend I think it is worth its weight in nald writes Mrs Lelah Mate Lawsonvilte N C My baty was born without hardly any pain and it was all due to Mothers Friend Start using Mothers Friend tonight It is sold by all drugstores Write Jor free booklet on Thinns to Know Before Baby Comes sent in plain Bradf ield Regulator Co Deik 28 AtlanlaGa The world hopes that Georges visit lo lite seashore K torti htm to normal health Kins Our Prices Make Two Pair Possible WOMENS Patent 2 eyelet Tic Snake Trim Spike Heel Same in Parchment HOSIERY In beautiful dj new shades pair Other Grades 88c to 5129 17 S Federal Allison Cilv la 101 North Fcilcra Ave Open and Wednesday and Friday nights 7 oclock REBEKAH LODGE Tho Bebekah lodee will meet at the I O O TF hall at oclock Friday evening A program will be given fol lowing tho lodffe meetinff hour with tho boxing gloves Oils njf r salts and ordinary laxatives dont act IVlCn IO DC in Ltiaige OI like Cascarets These things produce only mechanical or chemical action They weaken your bowels Every time you uso Cascarets your bowels become stronger They arc mado from Coscarn Sagrada which stimulates tho peristaltic action and exercises tho bowel muscles Noth ing else does this Thats why Cns carets are selling at the rate ot 20 million boxes a year and people ev erywhere depend on them to relievo headaches biliousness dizziness1 bloat ing indigestion constipation etc CASCARETS STRENGTHEN THE BOWELS HANOY HINQEOTOP TIN BOXES THEY WORK r4 WHIUEYOU SLEEP Lincoln School P T A Tho mens meeting of tho UncoTn P T A will be held Thursday evening instead of Friday evening it la an nounced UlRTHDAr OP INSTRUCTOR Miss Maybelle Eddy of the high school faculty n itortalned 13 guests al G oclock dinner in honor of Miss Mildred Levin lilsh school Instructor at the Homo Tearoom Wednesday eve ning Helping the 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tat In a frylni pan and when hot add tho meat ani brown well on both aides Add the rest of the Ingredients Cover anil S boll for 3 minutes Place in oven and bake for 1 hour or until very tender Baste several times dur ing the baking Celery And Apple Salad For Four 3 cup diccd celery 1 cup diced apples 13 cup diced mavslimallovvs M teaspoon salt 13 cup salad dress ing Cliill a11 tho Ingredients Mix and serve in cups crisp Icttuco leaves Ontmcnl Conines Five Dozen 1 cup fat 2 cups dark brown ausar tenspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon cloves teaspoon salt 1 cup raisins 2 eggs i cup milk 1 cup oatmeal 26 cups flour I teaspoon soda Cream the fnt until snfl Adil the anprar and beat for 1 minute Aild tlie reat of the ingredients and break off small bits oftlio dough and flatten down 3 Inches apart on greased bak ing sheets Rake in a moderate oven for 12 minutes Fritter and Saturday Worth of Smart Dresses BIG SALE 200 BRAND NEW SPRING DRESSES Sports Business Afternoon Dinner Styles AT ALL THE BETTER MARKETS Hearts cut from bcels pimcnlos ffrcon peppers plum or currant jelly or mnraschlno cherries can be used for fjarnlsiiinB nn decorating appetizers snlnds and dcssorls Tlio vegetables of course are used for tlio appetizers and salads white tho jelly and cher ries are used for gulnda and desserts THE FABRICS Georgettes Flat Crepes i Satins Chiffons Prints Lace Sheer Wools THE COLORS r Fandango Everglades Parma Violet Dove Grey Foliage Green Mint Green Matinc Meerschaum Bonniblue Black Rose Navy 1 DRESSES WORTH and Brilliant nrw shades in flat crepe Ensembles with all smart length jackets in smart spring colors The Princess silhouette for misses The peplum line developed in flat crepe Georgettes in a host of lovely feminine lines Prints in every smart new de sign Novelty wools smart ly tailored Juniors Sizes Misses Sizes Womens Sizes Larger or Smaller Womens Sizes
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