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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SEPTEMBER 1929 MASUNJU1T Helping the Homemaker By MRS ATEXANDBR GEORGK SUGGESTIONS FOR SUNDAY IUEALS Ureukfnsl Cantaloupe Egg Omelet Broiled Bacon Corn Muffins Coffee Dinner Roast Pork Browned Sweet Potatoes Creamed Green Beans Bread Apricot Conserve Relish Gelatin Salad Salad Dressing Chocolate Pie Coffee Supper Sliced Pork Sandwiches Pickle Relish Fruit Cookies Tea mold on lettuce leaves and surround with salad dressing Sulad Dressing For fish or vegetable salads Four egg yolks or 2 eggs 4 table spoons flour 1 teaspoon salt 4 table spoons sugar teaspoon dry mus tard teaspoon pepper cup vinegar 23 cup water 2 table spoons butter Beat the egg yolks and add the flour Kalt sugar mustard and pep per Add the vinegar and water and cook in a double boiler until thicu and creamy Stir frequently to pre vent lumping Add the butter and beat for 1 minute Pour into a jar which has been dipped in colci wa ter Cool and chill When ready to serve this dressing can be thinned with plain sour or whipped cream Kelisli Salad in Gelatin Serving Six One package lemon flavored gela tin mixture 1 23 cups boiling wa ter 2 tablespoons vinegar 2 table spoons sugar 1 cup thinly sliced cu cumbers M cup diced tomatoes 2 tablespoons finely chopped green peppers 1 cup chopped cabbage 2 tablespoons chopped sweet pickles teaspoon salt 14 teaspoon papri ka Pour the boiling water over the gelatin mixture and stir until it has dissolved Cool and add the rest of the ingredients Pour into a mold has been rinsed out of cold water Set in a cold plaee to con geal and when ready to serve un YOUR OLD WATCH is worth 1000 at Ray Seneys on a new Bulova Fair Week See the pile in the window When substituting cocoa for choc olate use 2 tablespoons of cocoa level measurements of course for each square of chocolate The New York optometrists have recommended eye exercises and goodness knows the girls are doing their best to help us News Wife Preservers Get different colored drinking glasses to be used in the bathroom In this way each member of the family lias his individual glass With the Women of Today Gertrude Wilson and George Mc I Gourty sister and cousin respec tively of the bridegroom The bride was attired in a rose colored crepe de chine gown trimmed in lace with I hat to match and carried a boquct of pink and white roses and gladioli A three course wedding dinner was served at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W C Sovereign in New Oregon township Mr and Mrs Wilson both received their education in the rural schools of Howard county and were gradu ates of the Cresco high school class of 1923 Mrs Wilson also attended the Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Palls and taught school in the rural districts of Howard county After an auto trip to the Twin Cities and some points In western Iowa Mr and Mrs Wilson will re side on a farm southwest of Cresco dN WHY pay 50c for a liquid insect killer when Black Flag Liquid the deadliest made costs 15c less only 35c a halfpint Black Flag Liquid deals quick sure death to flips mosquitoes ants roaches bedbugs etc Money back if not absolutely satisfied I BLACK FLAG Ulack Flag aho in powder form Equally deadly ISc and up SOLD BY BOOMHOWERSTREETER SMITH HARDWARE PHONE 142 1I3 N0 FEDERAL LADY DllUMMOND HAY With the triumphal conclusion of tbo roundtheworld flight of the giant airship Graf Zeppelin Lady Drummond Hay gains the distinc tion of being the first woman in the world to circumnavigate the globe via the aerial route This remarkable English woman who turned journalist during her jaunts thru the skies was a pas senger on the Zeppelin last October when it made its history making flight to Lakehurst for the first time limping into the hangar with a badly ripped fin When the giant craft took off for the flight to Egypt during Easter week she again was a passenger Once more she crossed the Atlantic to Bake hurst in the Graf to make ready for the roundtheworld flight Then in company with the brave little band who net forth from Lakehurst to challenge the uncharted wastes of Siberia am lie vast expanses of the Pacific which has claimed the lives of so many daring aviators Lady Drummond Hay looked down upon territory never before glimpsed from the air by a woman Succeeds Mrs Rabin Representative Ruth B Pratt will be named republican national com mitteewoman from New York suc ceeding Mrs Charles H Sabin Aid Day Nurseries Just inrvnorated in New York the Ni Federation of Day Nurseries aims to improve thn health education training and care of umvnnl of 300000 children each day by tJie standardization of meth ods used in nurseries tliruout the country Tho federation hns been functioning for 37 years IVoittim Air Uace Miss Lorraine Defren of Newton Mass was the only woman iudge of the national air races at Cleve land CRESCO GIRL MARRIES EMMET WILSON CRESCO Sept Gladys Sovereign daughter of Mr and Mrs W C Sovereign of Cresco became the bride Tuesday of Emmet Wil son son of Mr and Mrs William Wilson of this vicinity The cere mony was performed by Rev Fath er E J Dougherty pastor of As sumption parish at the Assumption chapel The couple was attended bv Miss You Dont JYeed CasA to NEW FALL YOUR PROMISE TO PAY WEEKLY WILL SECURE MARVELOUS NEW FALL TRANSPARENT CHIFFON VELVET FROCKS Pay Weekly 8miirt of Fntt mnilin In tho tirv xaiion modi nlhirlncl TrnnnprerrrK nrnj ClilfTon VELVETS irt om Ncw brut drrsitmalurii for Cotnn tomorrow n lul Into yonr on KAStEST CREDIT TEKMS IN TOWN MOHTHS TO JK SUITS Step Lively 1LFN An llttlr 82 or ilown u III rrnlljrrmarkfibta fine OuaMlyFabric Fall Itfru tomorrow Fvrry mlt lit npCathr mlnare In anil of Hie puuular milrrtAls nnn near Fall FIELDS FAMILY OUTFITTERS 112s FEDERAL AVE Parents Should Provide Children With Good Music By AIICK JDDSON FEALK To millions of children music means jazz The only songs they know arc the words of jazz tunes There is little in these that can exercise a happy influence on the growing child The words are vulgar and senti mental the rhythms however excel lent they may be for dancing mere ly echo or accentuate the quality of the words Children who hear little elso grow op starved for the fine hearty tunes and the gay friendly words which should constitute for them a large part of their musical experience Some children are lucky From the schools they have attended and the background of their own homes they bring a store of pleasant songs At a certain camp the boys and girls sometimes sing from seven in the evening until it is time to go to bed They know nonsense sotgs by the irresponsible words and music c which they never seem to tire The happier of the Negro spiritu als they sing with a Joy in the rhythm aud the rich simple wovdn They know dozens of old English folk songs simple ballads most of them sung to quaint charming1 melodies They sing each one from beginning to end whether thure are three stanzas or 30 and they faithfully repeat each refrain They know many of the songs from Pin afore The Pirates of Penzance and lolanthe What sort of songs do your child ren sing If it seems to you that their repertory is not all it might be make up your mind to think of the children next time you go Into a music store If you browse and inquire a little you will surely unearth the sort of they will really love to sing Bring home with you some English folk songs or the score of a Gilbert and Sullivan opera and see how eagerly the children will crowd around you to learn songs which if they were not so delightful grownups one would say had been written especially for children FAPKNHEIMKLENT NEW HAMPTON Sept 6 The marriage of Miss Marie Papenheim and Lawrence Elenz took place at St Marys church Tuesday morning The ceremony was performed by the SEVEN Rev B H Forkenbrock in the pres ence of relatives and friends The at tendants were Miss Carmeleta Brown cousin of the bride and Jo seph Elenz brother of the bride groom After the wedding a breakfast and reception was held at the home of the brides parents for immediate relatives of the couple Home decor ations were in a color scheme of pink and white garden flowers A reception was held in the evening at the Forester hall in North Wash ington Tho couple will reside on a farm near Alta Vista after a short wedding trip Mrs Elenz Is a foster daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Papenhelm of near New Hampton Mr Elenz is a son of Mr and Mrs Mathias Elenz of Washington township OU CANT XPECT when coffee is roasted in bulk it can never have that fine favor Broj is roasted a few pounds at a time by the continuous trolled Coasting UCCESS if you make a jelly roll too big IF YOU MAKE the sheet of cake too large it is certain to be tough or of a texture that will not roll the way you want Thats why wise cooks make small jelly rolls Likewise coffee roasted in bulk often varies in flavor Thats why Hills Bros roast only a few pounds at a time by their patented 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