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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE wxj j i JUT Y WOmN DOCTOR HAS OF PATIENTS IN ILS SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY Auction Bridge Hostess Mrs Carl Snyder 1015 First street northwest 1 H Canning Will meet with Loretta Curran TERLING CLUB PICNICS VT SOUTH SHORE CLUB The S S S club of the Sterling tore picnicked at the South Shore ountry club of Clear Lake Mon ay evening Following the dinner a irogram was presented in the club ooms of the building Mrs Rua Do le staging accompanied by Mrs O GlobeGazettes Diet Expert Helps IVIiliion Popularity Is Attested by Many Communications From Readers Dr Lulu Hunt Peters diet and health authority for the GlobeGa zette claims to have the greatest number of patients of any doctor in the United States Dr Peters writes for 600 newspapers and hun dreds of readers of each paper Write to her for advice Her popularity in Mason City may be attested fact that she receives close to 1UO communications weekly from V Thompson Mabel Asbury enterI GlobeGazette readers In this way ained with a reading Guests at the treating more than a million pa tients a year Her record is said to be away ahead of all competing ucnic included Mrs L E Ann itrong and son of Ft Wayne Ind Ur and Mrs Roscoe Archer of Gar ier Ralph Shepherd Willis David Arthur Florence and E A A 1R ANDREW IS HONORED VITH BIRTHDAY PAKTY Mr and Mrs Albert Andrew 1009 street northeast entertained 0 guests at their home Saturday in honor of Mr Andrews Birthday c a Complete tULD l Ait weU as an ts microsynchro her of the family has been waiting fort Perfect tone quality irfth brass band or lullaby Ep QrJvTnnViTigrlyTmmif gpeaJC Radically improved cir cuit Reautifnf compact Vletawtnilt A ra will be proud to own Abo with fitmoos new EJcc towlat tbc greatest instru UKkilzn musical history tf We know radio Here is a completely new standard of Terms to safe Yon Can have Victor Radio now MUSIC CO doctors Dr Peters hobby is reducing by a thoroly scientific diet wherein all the food elements needed by the body for proper growth and devel opment are considered The doctor declares that people begin to die when they begin to get fat Writes Articles Dr Peters recently sailed from Los Angeles for Honolulu for a rest and vacation In additionto her syndicated ar ticles on health Dr Peters is tha author of many magazine articles and of two books Diet and Health with Key to the Calories anO Diet for Children She was born at Milford Me Is a graduate of the Maine State Normal school gained her M D at the University of California Berkeley and her A B at the University of Southern California More than has been in trusted to the Save the Children fund organized in Great Britain 10 yean ago with which it has re lieved distress among little children and raised the standards of child life in more than 30 countries Egyptian Lawyer Stme SaybaCarouzi a practic ing lawyer of Cairo Egypt is in the LTnited States attending the Wil iamstown conference on politics She Intends to tour the UnUed Dr Lulu Hunt Peters reports that over 5000000 Amerl can boys and girls are suffering from malnutrition It is said tha In 98 out of 100 cases the health of these children is not a queatoi of proper climate but of right food States lecturing on womens new Jlace in the world Children Malnourished The federal department of labor When Ask her a Words Seney Diamond Fail and up Mothers picture is always an inspira tion to son and daughter away from home I Phono 1092 E State for sport wear While fashion nowadays favors the white gold or rimless glasses for dress wear for sport wear or student use the horn or shell frames are alill high ly popular both for men and women SMITH OPTICAL CO 21 E STATE ST Children Should Use Crayons for Drawing or Writing Toys Only By ALICE JcJDSON PEALE Crayons and paper are good play materials for little children But more than any other material tliey tend to be misused by both adults and children If crayons are placed among the childs other playthings they are iikely to be put to all sorts of uses Desides the one for which they were designed The young child is apt to treat them as he does other small objects simply as things to be car ried about from place to place to be put into boxes and baskets and taken out again They become broken and stepped on and finally are scorned as are most things that have been sub jected to misuse The difficulty can be overcome by keeping crayons and paper out of reach and by bringing them out only when they are asked for by the child If when he makes this re quest we put the crayons before Jura on the tablehe will use them for the legitimatepurpose of mark ingthe paper As soon as he is thru we should put them away Crayons and paper are however more misused by adults than by children Adults are always asking What are you drawing or offer ing suggestions such as If that is a dog he ought to have a tail Why dont you use blue Blue would look nice with the green We should suggest to little chil dren neither subject matter nor technique nor should we ask them tor explanations of their scribbles When we demand an interpretation from the child we are in fact re juesting a justification for what he has done Usually he responds by telling us theyt his scrawl is a pic ture of the first thing that comes to his mind MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses have been is sued to Velva A Booth and Howard Heglaud of Mason City George W Mackley and Elizabeth A Malary both of Mason City Mrs Maude E Jones and Luther A Jones both of Mason City FIREMEN CALLED OUT Firemen were called out at oclock Monday afternoon to a place in front of SOS South Federal ave nue to extinguish flames in a Hud son coupe belonging to an out of the city resident whose name could aol be obtained The car caught fire as the owner attempted to step on the starter and it is thot it was the re sult of a short circuit There was 110 damage GLOBElGAZETTE 15 CENT PBACTICAL PATTERN Pattern 1740 This extremely graceful littlerig is fashioned of dotted swiss The square heck smocked for fullness is very becoming Note the unusual tiny cape sleeves with inverted pleats for fullness Arent they cun ning Other suitable fabrics that would be charming for design 1740 are silk crepe voile dimity and hand kerchief linen We suggest whtte with colored dots and colored smocking May be obtained only In sizes 2 4 6 and 8 Size 4 requires 2 yards of 36 inch material This model is easy to make No dressmaking experience is neces sary Bach 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 carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly name address style number and size wanted Our latest fashion book will be sent upon receipt of 10 cents in coin Address all mail and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New oric City Farm relief is assured After buy Ingthe farmers surplus for five years the government will have to rent the farmers land to get a Jlace to store Syndl Health Authority Prepares Proper Diet for Reducing Dr Copeland Aids 1740 1888 Newspapers Reveal Early Life of Mason City xpressRepublican Tells Politics Society of 40 Years Ago A bit of Mason Citys past waa nearthed last week when the lobeGazette fell heir to several 888 copies of the Mason City Eg ressRepublican which have been n the hands of Margaret Kelroy L4 Sixth street southeast for a umber of years The ExpressRe ublican published weekly by Will dward Tucker and L L Klinefelter pears to have contained all the ews political social and other ise The 40 year ago articles printed the ExpressRepublican make the ems of 20 years ago seem almost like news hot off the press Run ning thru the columns of these old papers we find the following items buggy now which he got from Lone necker Fred Fulghum rode his pony CITY BRIEFS Mr and Mrs Earl Welsher who have been visiting Mrs Welshers ster MrsB I Bright left for their home in Tampa Fla Monday afternoon They will spend a few days in Des Moines and in Wash Dr Raymond Weston left for Clear Lake Monday where he will recuperate after a major operation Mrs Cora PIckell Northwood who received a dislocated shoulder m a fall at her home Saturday reported to be improving at tha Park hospital where she was taken Monday for treatment Mr and Mrs S Spargo 303 Thir teenth street northeast left Monday for Minneapoliswhere they will spend a week visiting with friends Mr and Mrs A C Hagerman and little son Charles Arnold 1140 second street northwest have re urned from a two weeks vacation rip to Lawrence Kans where hey visited at the home of Mr Hagermans parents Mr and Mrs A E Brakel 709 Third street northeast and Mr and ttrs A E Burmeister 716 Third street northeast left Monday eve ning for St Paul to attend the fu neral of Mrs Burmeiatera uncle n j Methodists will hold a basket meet ing in the grove adjoining their new church near Parkers mill July S Fountain of running water at Hawkins the ladies of Mason City I am now prepared to serve the ladies with a new system of cutting and fitting including Frenchbias which isused in all th leading houses in Philadelphia and New Charles B Kelley Dennie Vrooms pig has been found The trees have not been so full of leaves or in such thrifty condi tion for years a dealer in cur iosities an unmarried lady who caa remember the last visitation of tho seventeenyear locusts Little Miss Nellie Pool gave a very pleasant afternoon party for some 40 or 50 of her young friends lads and lassies on Saturday last A nice time was reported by all Stevens Gave Souvenirs A beautiful souvenir given away with every pair of shoes sold at Smith and Stevens this week Born on the second inst a stand ard weight son to Mr and Mrs Ves Splng of this city Jimmle Harding our pleasant traveling raan from Chicago lit out last Saturday for an extended Calf zornia tour Hanford keeps the finest assort ment of neckwear and sells more than any other dealer J S Wheelers residence is beins completely modernized and unto Ade Randalls hands is assuming a decidedly reckersha apect The wedding of Mr Charles F Potter and Miss Anna Campbell which occurred at the home of the brides parents on College street was an elegantaffair The presents were numerous and costly and the occasion enjoyable in every respect The ExpressRepublican wished tha happy couple a long and pleasant HH Shepard has recovered sufficiently from his recent illness to be up town and to his office yes terday Lime Creek News Rob Carr drives a nicenew top down southwest all over Bath town ship looking for stock to buy and tuckered out his pony and left it at Burchinal and came to the city on the cars The Creek Social club met with Mr Herb last Saturday eve ning 60 answering to roll call and a boss time was enjoyed by every one that was there Plenty of straw berries and cream and all went home saying they were glad they came ana wnen snail we have an other Iowa State News In north Clinton is a saloon next door to a snake show If a fellow got two or three drinks at that sa loon and then entered the show what would he imagine was the matter with him A Panora merchant sold BOO pieces of chewing gum in one day The girls of Panora didnt stop mas ticatlng it even at night and the mania Is hereditary even the babies to be comforted without Mason City was busy even in those days 40 years ago planning celebration for July 4 with James E Blythc reader of the declaration The following aptly expresses the sentiments of the ExpressRepubli can in regards to the 1888 presiden tial campaign One of the campaign cries that Planning 18 Day Diet Menu Jiggs central character in that comic strip Briugin1 Up Father has turned to the much discusaed eighteen day diet Before entering upon Ihe venture his creator George McManua communicated with Dr Royal S Copeland New York senator at Washington and perhaps the best known health au thority in the country Our old friends Jiggs wrote Mr McManus is about to start re ducing Have you any ideas on the subject The letter from Mr McManus was written more or less ia jest But it wasnt any joke to Dr Cope land He set about to prepare a proper eighteen day diet and it so impressed the artist that he decided to let his man Jiggs abide by it Dietitians Passed on It Some of the best dietitians hav passed on the Copeland diet am given it an enthusiastic o k Som GlobeGazette readers may wish only to refer to it and draw some ideas from it Others may wish to follow it to the letter It has been decided therefore to present on thi page each Tuesday a suggested die for seven days drawn from Dr Copelands table which is designed to make angles where once there were curves But before getting into the daily diets it might be well to quote a bit of prefatory advice from Dr Copeland who is a fellow of the American College of Surgeans and former commissioner of Health for New York City Tea and coffee PLAYWRIGHT WEDS he insists should be taken without sugar and without cream You may add hot or cold skimmed milk Sugar and but terfat are fatteningand must bo educed to the minimum Cereals Are Starchy For the same reason the cereal should be dressed with skimmed milk and very slightly sweetened vith sugar All cereals are starchy and should be eaten sparingly it a rule to sprinkle x ablespoohful of bran over your cer al It makes no difference whether he cereal is hot or cold the bran hould be used Thin soups are to be chosen be ause most of the thick soups cori ain fattening materials Make it our practice to skim off the fats rom the surface of the soup Here follow yie menus Wednesday July 24 or berries eggr branjnufflns and lobster celery stuffed with cottage cheese whole wheat bread 2 thin sliced oranges beef broth roast lamb with mint jelly broccoli stewed celery romaine salad gra ham bread 1 thin slice and tea Thursday July 25 oranges cereal with bran dry toast 2 thin slices and coffee broth cold lamb asparagus lip salad bran muffin cottage cheese and hard cracker breads carrots offee avoiding fat sweet turnips nasi already appeared for marching tomato and lettuce salad clubs is Tiptiptippecanoe We Harrison and Morton Wife Preservers Broil the steak in a dripping pan placed in the broiling pan Instead of on the rack The pan is easier o handle and clean win with too LEGION AND AUXILIARY TO PICNIC SUNDAY The American Legion auxiliary will entertain members of the Legion and their families at a picnic to be held in East park Sunday Mrs O H Albee of Marshalltown slate president of the auxiliary and Mrs Thomas King of West Union former fourth district chairman have been invited to attend the pic nic and are scheduled to speak on the picnic program Mrs King is the daughter of Mrs Letitla Gilbert of Mason City The American Legion drum corps will play and races and games have been arranged for the amusement of the children Dinner will be served in the park at 1 oclock If the weather is unfavor able the picnic will be held in the armory 4H CANNING CLUB TO HEAR HEALTH TALKS The A B C 4H Canning club of Owen township will meet at the borne of Loetta Corran Wednesday afternoon A talk What Is a Bal anced Meal will be given by Miss Helen Hodge Other talks What Is Flat Sour by Hazel Clark and the The Value oE Regular Meals by Loetta Curran will also be given Roll call is to be answered by Health Rules I Am Keeping Funeral Rites Held for Nora Springs Resident Funeral services were held Mon day afternoon in Minneapolis for Mrs Kate Adron pioneer resident of Nora Springs who died Friday after a long illness at the home of her daughter Mrs E B Monte 4801 East Lake Harriet boulevard Minneapolis Mrs Adron will be buried at Rock Grove cemeterv Nora Springs Thursday afternoon after a short prayer service at the MartinSheckler funeral home Three children Mrs Edith Thompson of Chicago Mrs D W Cogswell of CorningCal and E B Monte of Minneapolis survive Mrs Adron A brother John Flee now of Modesto Cal and five grandchildren also survive her graham bread 2 thin slices straw aerry Ice Friday Julv 26 pear or berries cereal wtth bran graham bread 2 thin coffee broth with 2 hard com bination tomato cucumber and let tuce salad bran muffins butter milk beef broth broiled codfish broiled white onions spinach whole wheat bread 1 thin fruit salad junket and cof fee Saturday July 27 apple or ber ries eggs bran muffins and coffee lamb kidney or dried beef pineapple salad bran bread 2 thin kumiss soup boiled beef tongue boiled cabbage or broccoli hearts of lettuce gra ham bread 2 thin slices apple souffle Sunday July 28 primes or NEW Eugene YORK ONeill July 23 playwright was married in Paris yesterday to Car lotta Monterey actress it was an nounced today by Harry Wein berger ONeills New York attor ney The couple are spending their honeymoon in the Tyrol Mrs Agnes Boulton ONeill ob tained a divorce from the playwright July 2 in Reno Nevada ONeill has been in Paris for some tune and recently recovered from serious illness Miss Monterey for merly was the wife of Ralph Bar ton an illustrator whom she di orced three years ago Helping the Homemaker melon cereal with bran dry toast 2 thin and coffee Lunch tongue vegetable salad bran muffins pear or apple broth roast chicken no string beans carrots cold slaw whole wheat bread 2 thin orange ice Monday July 29 or berries coddled egg white bran muffins and coffee chicken green peppers stuffed with cottage cheese or lettuce whole wheat bread 2 thin Dinner consomme roast veal without string beans or new cabbage bran bread 2 thin berries Tuesday July SO with 2 table spoonsful graham bread 2 bin veal cucumber tomato and lettuce salad bran muffins butter milk Din broth stewed tripe with omato sauce or corned beef with out fat and cabbage summer squash whole wheat bread 2 thin lettuce salad sliced peaches BAPTIST LADIES AID TO HOLD LAWN SOCIAL The Baptist Ladies Aid society will entertain at a lawn social to c held on the lawii of the Remley Glass residence 218 Fourth treet northeast Thursday evening inner will be served beginning at 15 oclock If the weather is un avorable the social will be held in he dining hurch room of the Baptist SONS OF VETERANS TO MEET WEDNESDAY The Sona of Union Veterans will hold their regular meeting In the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday evening COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE New Wash Froc The conservative opinion in Eng land Is that the hand that rocks the cradle rocked the News Free to Women Regular Treatment Sent Free Only Ono to Each Family Three out of four women suffer from ovarian pains female com plaints dragged down feeling back ache headache bearing down pains flushes of heat whites painful and irregular poriods growingprema turely old A marvelous new glandular treat ment has been used with such re sults by over 70000 women that for the next thirty days Dr DePew of fers to send a full dollar treatment postpaid no C O D no cost no obligation free to every woman who writes Only one to each fam ily DrDePews remedy is based on discoveries in glandular activity and apparently obtains rresults not pos sible with old methods of vegetable or mineral preparations Women re port I dont have any pain any more Am looking younger every day Feel like a new woman Dr DePew has set aside 1000 free treatments for this month so be sure and write today No matter what your age or condition Dr De Pew is anxious that you make this remarkable test of this convenient home treatment to secure Immedi ate relief Simply send name a postcard will do and remedy will be mailed in plain wrapper Dr DePew believes you will be surprised and delighted Address Paul St John exclusive distributor 401 Mass Bldg Kan sas CJty Mo In Our July Clearance Trim and fresh for warm summer days these smart wash frocks are essential to the warm weather ward robe Here are the smart details of the mode incorporated in frocks of cool washable materials Every wom an will want several of these clever styles for morning and sports wear Both long sleeved and sleeveless styles cheek ed gingham tub silk voiles linen batistes pongees Style Jabots revers pleats flares cap sleeves bows By MRS ALEXANDER GEOKGE Breakfast Sliced peaches wheat cereal anf cream creamed eggs on buttered toast coffee Luncheon Relish sandwichesiced tea apple sauce fruit cookies Dinner Ham loaf and tomatoes escal loped potatoes biscuit honey head lettuce and Russian dressing wa termelon and coffee Relish Sandwich Filling for Elghi Sandwiches Onefourth cup chopped dill pickles cup chopped pimento stuffed olives cup diced cucum bers teaspoon salt 13 cup may onnaise Mix the ingredients and spread on buttered slices of whita bread Dill Pickles Three gallons water 2 pounds coarse salt 1 pound dill seedj 2 dozen cucumbers six grape leaves cabbage leaves Select a four gallon jar Boll the water and salt for fiveminutes Skirn Wash off the cucumbers and lay in layers in the jar with the dill seed and grape leaves alternating the layers Fill the jar with the brine which has cooled Cover with the cabbage leaves Quiet fermentation takes place and in about two weeks the pickles will be ready for use Ham Loaf With Tomatoes Two cups chopped ham 1 cup soft bread crumbs 2 tablespoons chopped onions 2 tablespoons chopped cel ery 2 tablespoons chopped green peppers teaspoon salt 1 egg 1 cup tomatoes 2 tablespoons butter melted Mix the ingredients and press In to a greased loaf pan Bake in a moderate oven for 40 minutes Cedar Rapids Judge Denies Bus Company Appeal for New Line J E Williams attorney for ths Red Ball Transportation company stated Tuesday morning that in all likelihood the decision of Judge A B Clark at Cedar Rapids Monday denying the appeal of the local bus concern against the state board of railroad commissioners will be caril ried to the supreme court The appeal to the district court was made on the grounds that the K I commissioners had denied the Ma I son City poncern permission to op erate a line between Waterloo and Cedar Rapids The commit sions decision wag handeddown in February I have not had an opportunity to review the decision of Judge Clark but I am quite certain the matter will be carried to the higher court said Mr Williams 11 i   

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