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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY QLOBEGAZETTB MONDAY APRIL 11929 PRESGHOOL CLINIC WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY APRIL Dr Spahr to Conduct Free Examinations Will Begin at I OClock in Downstairs Clubrooms of LocalYWCA THE regular monthly meeting of the preschool clinic which is sponsored by the welfare depart ment of the Womans club will Tae held at the Y W C A in the down stairs clubrooms Friday afternoon April 5 beginning at 1 oclock Dr Mary Spahr will conduct the examinations of the children as sisted by Mrs Hans Buehler and Mrs Carl Fisher city nurses A committee from the Womans olub will be In charge of the weighing and measuring of babies and issue gold stars to those who are perfec in weight and height for their age The clinic is free to mothers in the city and surrounding communi ties and children from birth to school age are eligible for examina tion Mrs George Senior is chair man of the welfare department and Mrs J W Kelley Is chairman of Uie clinic Elks Club Will Have Dance and Card Party on Thursday April 4 A card and dancing party will be held by the Elks club at the Elks hall Thursday April 4 it is an nounced The committee in charge are Milton G Wimmer chairman George Ivin Joe White and Otto Leuders Games of 500 and bridge will begin promptly at oclock and the dance will start at 9 oclock it is stated A buffet supper will be served The Small Home IS ENTITLED TO BEAUTIFUi GROUNDS And it can have them too if our plan is investigated and adopted LANDSCAPING By this new system becomes available to those who wish to improve their home grounds at small expense We plan plant and supervise growth Until results are sure and satisfactory to you Ask About This Write or Phone Phone i55 Herman ill Knudson Prop 1205 So Federal Ave TUESDAY Board meeting Womans club Meets at a m at library WaTanYc Will have oclock luncheon at the Hanford T N T Is postponed because of spring membership banquet Clio Hostess Mrs R L Jackson Leader Cordova and Granada Mrs fUanbery D A R board Hostess Mrs D L Mills 1002 Second street northwest at oclock Womans club Will meet at the library at a m W R Will hold regular meeting Chicago Northwestern Women1 Will hold regular monthly meet ing at oclock at P G E auditorium Matinee Hostess Mrs X H Marston Sixth street northwest Cadman Powell Kramer Mrs Prusia and Mrs Hynds Portland W C T TJ Hostess Mrs O J Hubbard at 2 oclock Y W A Baptist Meet for oclock supper At the church Hostesses Mrs Fred Eggers Mrs Dwight Compton and Miss Agues Compton j Tuesday Bridge 3L oclock luncheon at Home tea room Hostess Mrs E J Koser Prisellla Hostess Mrs George Smith 512 South Carolina avenue at oclock American Legion auxiliary Will meet at 7 oclock with Mrs David Cast 504 South Pennsyl vania avenue T A E club Hostess Mrs Roy Dull 303 Fif teenth street northwest Roll call current events Lesson Know Your Own State Mrs Earl Carney an Hellenic Will meet for 1 oclock luncheon at Y W C A S GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN EDITORS NOTE Orders should bo addressed directly to New York City as explained be low and not to this office Tile correct address Is as follows Mason City GlolieGazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City PATTERN 8639 A modish frock for afternoon wear presents interesting details ia design 8639 Slender lines are achieved thru the long pointed vestee and the corresponding skirt section that points upward There are tie ends that fall gracefully ia back Dark grounds are extremely smart when printed in vividly col ored small designs Black with maize brown with orange or blue with chartreuse are combinations that have provna quite popular The matured figure will find this model most becoming May be obtained only in sizes 36 38 40 42 44 and 46 Size 36 requires 3 yards mater ial 40 inches wide This model is easy to make No dressmaking experience is neces sary Each pattern comes to you with simple and exact instructions including yardage for every size A perfect fit is guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon receipt of 15 cents in coins careful ly wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted Our new spring and summer fashion book will be sent upon re ceipt of 10 cents in coin Address Pattern Department 243 West Sev all mail and orders to GlobeGazette enteenth street New York City 8639 BOARD MEETING OF WOMANS CLUB TO BE TUESDAY A M Mrs W H Hathorn president of the Womans club will preside at the board meeting Tuesday morning at the public library which is scheduled to begin at oclock The chairmen departments and committees will meet for a general discussion and reports Helping the Homemaker If letters fail to keep love warm buy gifts that she longs for Silver and enamel vunity cases to JEWELRY STORE IZ EAST STATE ST THE pate HOLY SHOP 3ak Grove Sunday School Pupils Give Plant to Dr Boeye The Sunday school classes of the Oak Grove church presented an Easter lily plant to Dr J F Boeye By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE CORN SOUFFLE FOR DINNER Corn Souffle Tomato Sauce Bread Currant Jelly Head Lettuce and Relish Dressing Sliced Bananas Spice Ringa Coffee A Tea Menu Chicken Sandwiches Nut Bread Sandwiches Tea Lemon and Orange Slices Salted Nuts Cream Candies Corn Souffle Serving Four Three tablespoons butter 4 table Boons flour 2 cups milk S egg yolks 1 cups canned corn 1 tea Snow Works Havoc With Easter Wear Many Women Join Parade With New Outfits in Spite of Storm fHEI Easter parade on Federal there was of it amid the blustering snowstorn which worked havoc with lately acquired springwear and glorified anew the old winter hibited a decided disregard for new Easter bonnets and spring coats most of which were carefully and tenderly laid aside with many a sigh and perhaps a tear to await a second coming of spring or at least more clement weather But in spite of weather there were many new bonnets and other toggery visible to all who might wish to see and happy eyes beamed from under the snowclad brim of the owners Easter hat in cheerful abandoment to the fury of the wind and snow Beauty Hidden However one saw here and there a few disappointed faces framed with last years hat and dropping chins cuddled in the warmth of last winters fur and one suspected new ly purchased footwear hidden with in clumsy winter boots while their owners strove to check their dis appointment with the joy of Easter tide For everyone as it is the rule joes to church on Easter Sunday young and old grave and gay What they go to worship depends on tbeir makeup Is But Symbol pious souls jo to rejoice in the miracle of the risen Christ and give no thot to earthly things To them the rebirth of nature and even the new clothing they wear is but a symbol of the piritual revival There are also many who go to vorship vanity and display it is old and to these even tbe flowers in the altars are only reflecting the tappiness of humans who joyfully ast off their old winter garments and blossom forth in the new CREATES WHITE LIST secretary for 30 years of the National Consumers league Mrs Florence E Kelley of New York has been instrumental in cleaning up unspeakable conditions in candy factories and creating the White List Candy Manufacturers The requirements for the white list are cleanliness of the plant and decent working hours Easter services which be conducted at their church at oclock Sun day morning A program was pre sented by the Sunday school classes following the services by Dr Boeye Mrs Height Leader at Easter Sunrise Services at Y W The happiness Joy and meaning of Easter were emphasized by Mrs A A Height who presided at the program presented by the Loyal Broadcasters of the Church of Christ at the early sunrise services at the Y W C A Easter morning Devotions were led by Miss Greta Ong and special music was fur nished by Miss Phyllis Jordan After the services an Easter breakfast was served Vliss Fullers Group to Meet at Y W Monday The membership committee of the r W C A of which Miss Marie 4 Fuller is chairman will meet Monday even ing at the Y W C A at 7 oclock and plans will be com pleted for the spring membership anquet which will be held Thursday April 4 it is announced There arc not as many people who ire ail dressed up and no place to ro as there are those who have r place to go but wont because the have to dress Louis Globe Democrat spoon celery salt ir teaspoon salt 3 egg whites Melt the butter and add the flour Blend and add the milk and cook until a thick creamy sauce forms Add the egg yolks and beat for 2 minutes Add all the rest of the in gradients and pour into a buttered baking dish Bake in a slow oven 35 minutes Serve in the dish in which baked Spice Rings Rich crisp cookies Onehalf cup fat 1 cup dark brown sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon va nilla 1 teaspoon cinnamon tea spoon cloves teaspoon nutmeg Vt teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons cream 3 cups flour teaspoon so da Cream the fat and sugar for 2 minutes Add the eggs and beat for 1 minute Add the rest of the in gredients and when well mixed chill for 2 hours Roll out very thin on a floured board sprinkle with the sugar mixture Cutout with a round cooky cutter 2 inches in diameter Bake 1 inch apart on greased bak ing sheets for 10 minutes in a mod erate oven rfotHer in Fatherless Home Must Adapt Self to Take Double Load By AUCE JUDSON PEALE The tragedy of the fatherless home is even greater than it ap pears on the surface It la not simply a matter of there being but one loving protector instead of two Watch for this danger signal a dirty ring around the washtubs MOTHERS DAY ghe her YOURphotograph this dav CAT ocM t give Mother something she will treas ure afwaysyour photograph Tele pnone tor an appointment The ROBERTS STUDIO i J you seen it in your washtubs Of course you havci Do you know what it means Of course you know hat it means the wash ing has been done in iarcl walcr Soap combined ivith the hardness and made scum The collected dirt some went info the clothes some formed the dirty ring Soften hard water with Melo and it becomes a wonderful cleaner with or without soap No dirty ring White clothes Soap saved from to Vi the amount ordinarily used Use Melo wherever you need soft water Notice how much more effective the soap isl Get Melo at your grocers c Forever WATER SOFTENED WITH MELO IS A REMARKABLE CLEANER 10 cents THE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO Canton Ohio J Removing Tin Foil Stains Obstinate stains are frequently formed from tin foil wrappings about corsage bouquets If the ma terial is washable the stain can be removed by rubbinggently with soap washing in warm soapy water J K ATH MA NB ROKETT LATIMER April lAnnounce ments were recently received here by friends of the marriage of Miss Lillian Kathman a former Latimer woman but now a resident of Fort Dodge to Robert Brokett of Des Moines Miss Rathman is a daugh ter Mrs Elizabeth Knigge and was telephone operator at Latimer several years iigo AT THE HOSPITALS of the greater insecurity of home from material much more than these things It is a profound spiritual deprivation The children who grow up in a home in which there is no father lack a fundamental emotional re lationship which is essential to nor mal development Their love turns entirely toward the mother who must embody in her personality the good qualities for which nature wisely provides two models Her inadequacies therefore exer cise a doubly harmful influence for there is no one else from whom the children may learn the qualities which she does not possess The mother who must bring up her chil dren single handed must represent not only the nurturing love and un derstandingof the mother but also the strength aggressiveness ant steady courage of the father It is not easy to be a good mother hut to father and mother hoth is an heroic feat Yet even If the mother is able to be for her children a shining ex ample of the virtues of both sexes the little ones remain profoundly handicapped in the attainment of healthy emotional attitudes The little girl ig likely to become so conditioned in love and admira tion for a feminine image that it wflj be difficult for her to achieve a satisfactory relationship with any The boy will have more than usual difficulty in getting his deepest love to any woman other than his mother and he is further handicapped bv a strong identification with the mother whom he so loves and ad mires Thus it will be difficult for mm to assume the masculine rolo unless he early is made to take re sponsibilities and play lae part of protector of the house AUXILIARY TO MEET A B of R T wil1 mect 230 o clock at the Y W C A Wednesday afternoon accordingto announcement issued Monday morn EICHMANMITCHELI ElVGAGEiMENT ANNOUNCED Announcement of the engagement of Miss Grace Eichman and Kenneth Mitchell was announced at the close of the formal dinner anc dance at Ames college Saturday night according to Information re ceived here Both are college students at Ames Miss Eichman is a senior in home economics and Mr Mitchell will be graduated from the land scape architectural course in June Miss Eichman is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Eichman of Dav enport and Mr Mitchell who is a graduate of local schools Is the son of Mr and Mrs F G Mitchell who reside northeast of the city The nuptial day has cot been decided Local Moose to Hold Election of Officers Tuesday Eve April 2 Annual election of officers for the local Loyal Order of Moose will take place at Eagle hall Tuesday eve ning April 2 according to an nouncement of Hans Pusch secre tary of the order Fifteen names are presented ou the official list of candidates Dic tator H Hamblin L G Bird Ira J Children and J R Holman vicedic tator W C Groth and G McKib ben prelate Henry Miller and Larry Thornac For treasurer the names of G J Ashley and Earl Clausen are sub mitted trustee Harry W Meeker and Roy Garlock representative to supreme lodge Bert Argetsinger George A Bert Winter DELMKR KETCHUM WEDS AT KEY WEST FLORIDA Mr and Mrs Sam Ketchum 1722 South Pennsylvania avenue have received word of the marriage of their son Delmer to Miss Florence Huzell Bethel of Key West on March 21 at a pretty church wed ding The ceremony took place at Key West where Mr Ketchum is sta ioned as radio operator in the navy He was a student in the local grade and high school before his enlist ment in the navy six years ago He ms been stationed at Key West for past two years The couple will live at the Parka apartment on Eaton street McCOOLWALTON CLARKSVILLE April Sabra Molsberry has received the announcement of the marriage of he daughter Mrs Estelle McCool and William Walton at DubumSf Their home will be in Waterloo POSTNUPTIAL SHOWEK IiiIlAND APri and Mr 1 T Carlson went to Belmond Sai iirday to attend a surprise postnu tial shower that was given for the daughter Mrs Harry Evans wife was recently There are still a few articles J general use which have not vet vtl mentioned by the Iowa leglslatT as a subject for taxBoone Net Republican A Nice Fellow But So Skim Thats what the glrla say i you fellows that need a few pounds of good solid flesh and never tried McCoys Tablets A New Jersey man was just eS ad as you but now hes got wiail CaU a manly 8 more pounds and thanklr o McCoys he got them in lust if ouple of months J ys Couple at Rockwell Is Surprised on Anniversary ROCKWELL April the Good Friday evening services at the Lutheran church practically the whole congregation adjourned to the home of Mr and Mrs Gerhard Rohen as a twentyfifth wedding anniversary surprise party The early part of the evening was spent in playing games which was fol lowed by refreshments Numerous gifts of silverware were left as re minders of the happy event Gale Lamb 420 South Polk ave nue underwent a minor operation at the Mercy hospital Sunday Mrs Frank Buss Alexander has been admitted to the Mercy hospital for treatment Mr and Mrs Raymond Ver Heist 22 Twelfth street southeast are the parents of a pound boy born Sunday night at the Story hospital KEEP LOOKING YOUNG CITY BRIEFS George E Wobschall who has been ill for the last three months eturned to his work at the Golden ak barber shop Monday An infec ion ia his eye which has been JOthering him for some time has leared up O A Merkcl of the Morkel coin any left for Cedar Rapids Satur ay evening He planned on spend ng two days Monday and Tuesday n business at the Killian store here watch your liver and no need of having sallow complex ringa under your eyes bilious look in your face eyes with no sparkle Your doctor will tell you ninety per cent of all sickness comes from inactive bowels and liver Dr Edwards a wellknown physi cian in Ohio perfected a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil as a substitute for calomel to act on the liver and bowels which he gave to his patients for years Dr Edwards Olive Tablets are gentle in their action yet always ef fective They bring about that na tural buoyancy which all should en joy by toning up the live and clear ing the system of impurities Dr Edwards Olive Tablets are known by their olive color 15c 3Qc and 60c Sheriff G E Cress Deputy Ralph Schiffman accompanied by helpers cleared a huge tree from the Clear Lake road which had fallen Sunday at 5 p m The tree was just west of the first bridge west of the city Lovely Women Are Now Wiser They would not be without new wonderful MELLOGLO Face Pow der because it prevents large pores stays on longer spreads more smoothly and is famous for its purity No irritation Never gives a pasty or flaky look to the skin Its new French process gives a youth ful bloom and keeps ugly shine away Try MELLOGLO today The DamonIgou Co McCoysv ablets or 2 One Dollar boxes an hm underweight man or womarf oesnt gain at least 5 pounds and feel completely satisfied with tht marked improvement in health your druggist is authorized to return your money Aak at any drugr store for Mc Coys Tablets Marketed by McCoys Laboratories Also 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