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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEVEN AY CONTINUE SCHOOL MUSIC COURSE DURING SUMMER iJlass Group Instruction vis Approved Plan to Include All Grades in Fall Session ECATJQE of the interest shown and the response of parents and children to the new music introduced in six of the Ma City grade schools last fall Ians are being considered for the ijntinuance of the classes during Ke summer months iWhile the course which is a new jtethod of class group piano in 1uction has been confined during pastschool year to the third Jtl fourth grades only it is planned Its privileges to all of the Jules for the fall session Supt F I Vasey announces Ifhe classes which are held after jool hours and all day Saturdays j under the instruction of lira B McClellan a certified teacher j the course The course was be ET In the Chicago schools last fall it was stated are nearly 80 pupils on lied in the course here and the gress made by class group in Jaction is said to be far faster that of individual study Many pupils have participated in al P T A programs during the t year in exhibition of their ity BKIDETOBE VORED BY SISTEKS SAGE April Ina Christena Carlson entertained quests at a miscellaneous show iunday afternoon from 2 until 6 ock in honor of their sister lys who will wed John Davidson e time in May Decorations e in yellow and white the same scheme being used thruout the course luncheon Many pretty useful gifts were left for the ietobe COUNCIL SUGGESTS NEW STUDY JDPTON PROGRAM Ive local women participated n Iprogram of the Womans MTs Itry society of the Church of which was held at the home Sir and Mrs Frank Ramey at Ipton Tuesday afternoon Mrs Allison whose parents Mr and Leslie Wolf aremissionaries in Islands spoke on her there arid displayed feNifts of needlework and other I fe of the islands The Wo trOfogStet of the local Church Pep in People Digestive and Laxative jpung and old who suffer Stomach or Liver ailments es you good as new sale by Michael Drug Co Helping the Homemaker Upper left Miss Belle Shcnvin right Miss Butfi Morgan lielow left to right Miss Elizabeth J Hauser Mrs Frunk Hixon and Mrs Koscoc Anderson Adding an intensive study of gov ernment reorganization to their ef ficiency in government program will be discussed by the general council of the National League of Women Voters during its meeting in Washington D C April 2326 The proposal has been submitted to state leagues and the council comprised of the national board state presidents and one state dele gate is expected to ratify state and local league approval Miss Elizabeth J Hauser Girard Ohio head of the efficiency in gov ernment department speaks in favor of the item Miss Belle Sher win Cleveland will direct the meet ings of the council other board members who will be in attendance include Miss Ruth Morgan New York Mrs Frank Hixon Lake City Fla and Mrs Roscoe Anderson St Louis Independents at Y W Win Tournament Banquet for Victors Will Be Held Friday Evening The Y W C A basketball tour nament ended Monday evening with the victory o ftheY W C A Inde pendents over the Teachers in a score of 25 to 17 Splendid team work characterized the playing of bojth contestants Miss Stephanie Schultz stalled and it was an ex cellently fought game from start to finish The Independents kept in the lead from the beginning of the game their center Wanda Sherman play ing a stellar role assisted ably by Dorothy Hagcn Names of the members of the In dependent team will be inscribed on the tournament cup which is kept at the building as winners of the tournament A banquet will be held in honor of the victors at the Y W C AFriday evening at oclock all four teams to be present The lineup was as follows INDEPENDENTS TEACHERS Helen Standberg f Miss Hcst Irene Ouverson f Elsie Glanville Wanda Sherman jc Ethel Ehlers Dorothy Hagen sc Florence Bunkle P Kreutzbender g M OHarrow Evelyn Kephart g Miss LaRue Help Child to Fit His Dreams Into the Realm and weeded and weeded there wasnt much of anything left to see entire crop consisted of a P LI AL handful of radishes and enough 01 rOSSlDle Achievement soinach for one meal Thft riisfmnoint By ALICE JUDSON PEALE jjRADLEY aged eight decided to SS plant a garden and grow enough vegetables to keep the famijy supplied thruout the sum mer He set to work in the first days of spring With a mansized spade he dug up most of the back yard His hands were at first blistered and then calloused He bought seeds an ambitions as sortment With infinite labor he pltnted them all according to the printed directions on the backs of the envelopes Then things began to ly weeds So Bradley weeded indus triously in the hot sunny afternoons and somehow after he had weeded spinach for one meal The disappoint ment of that summer was 15 years ago but he still remembers it A little help and direction when first he set out to make his garden would have saved him his childish disillusionment and would have given him that feeling of success which lays the foundation for bigger and better achievements Children are bound to have ambi tions bigger than they can hope to realize and it is our friendly office to try to help them fit their dreams into the realm of the possible When Bradley set forth so heroic ally with his heavy spade and his bright visions he needed to be told that only a few things could grow in such a backyard garden as his Ho needed help in the selection of his seeds He needed to know that if he could grow enough cress and radishes enough lettuce and spinach to supply the table even a few times he would be accomplishing quite as much as any man Piano Recital Will Be Held Wednesday Evening The following pupils will be pre sented by Miss Ruth Swingen in a public piano recital at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday evening April 24 at 8 oclock Edward Hunter Jean Cadwell Mildred Hines Dick Crawford Dorothy Gitz Truman Cadwell Betty Ferguson Sidney Ingraham Stanley Willson Virginia Yelland Dorothy Drew Marion Ferguson Aria Collis Jack Van Sise Betty Bull Dorothy White head and June Gaylord Those who take no chnnces gen erally have to take whats left over by those script who Trnn USED FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought Sold and Exchanged GRAHAMS New and Second Hand Store 2M South Federal Avc Phone 301 Former Location of Mason City Hardware Co Christ Mrs J E Hynda Mrs R E Prusia Mrs C W Hicks and Letts sang quartet num bers and solo numbers were pre sented by Mrs Hynds and Mrs Pru sia By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE Cabbage Salad Is Refreshing Breakfast Orange Juice Wheat Cereal and Cream Butter Toast Coffee Luncheon Toasted Cheese Sandwiches Tea Fig Spice Cookies Apple Sauce Dinner Sliced Roast Beef Hashed Browned Potatoes Buttered Beet Greens Bread Plum Jelly Savory Cabbage Salad Sponge Cake Coffee MARRIAGE LICENSES Marrriage licenses have been is sued to Lloyd Harrington Van Guilder and Ruth Irene Ziesmer both of Minneapolis and to A R Lake Mason City and Genev Stepleton of Burchinal Savory Cabbage Snlad v For six Two cups shredded cabbage 1 tablespoon chopped onion 13 cup chopped pimentos 4 tablespoons chopped olives teaspoon salt teaspoon paprika 13 cup salad dressing Chill all the ingredients Combine and serve Fie Spice Cookies Using cooking figs 23 cup fat 1 cups light brown sugar 2 eggs Vi cup sour cream 1 teaspoon vanilla teaspoon lemon extract V teaspoon salt S cups flour 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon cloves 1 tea spoon nutmeg cup chopped figs cup chopped nuts Cream the fat and sugar add the eggs and cream and beat for two minutes Add the rest of the ingred ients and when well mixed chill for three hours Break off small pieces of the dough and flatten down three inches apart on greased baking sheets1 Bake in a moderate oven for 10 minutes Sponge Cake Four egg yolks 1 cup sugar 3 tablespoons orange juice 1 teaspoon lemon extract Vs teaspoon salt 1 cup pastry flour 1 teaspoons bak ing powder 4 egg whites stiffly beaten Beat the egg yolks and sugar Add the orange juice lemon extract and salt Beat for one minute Fold in the remaining ingredients Mix as little as possible Pour into a shallow pan which has been fitted with waxed paper Bake in a mod erately slow oven for 30 minutes Cut in squares Mercy Hospital Nurses to Be Graduated May 8 Graduation exercises for mem bers of the senior class of the Mer cy hospital training school for nurses will be held Wednesday eve ning May 8 at St Josephs school hall Archbishop James J Keanes will deliver the commencement ad dress 9 OUt Of 10 screen stars use it to keep their skin soft and smooth nette Loff charming Pathe star No matter xvhat climate my lures take me to or how hard the ier I have found that Lux Toilet ip keeos my skin enviably smooth I am utterly enthusiastic about Lux Toilet Soap says pretty Mary Nolan Universal star Even the most expensive French soaps have not kept my skin so beautifully smooth REALLY exquisite skin does win knows how surely 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