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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa 11 1929 ORGANIZATIONS CROWDS CALENDAR J Three Plan Meet on Tuesday Nite Pvesbyerian Ladies Guild Holds First Session of Season Church organizations as well as purely social groups are accelerat ing their pace in preparation for the winters activity Many such Eucieties continue their meetings thruout the summer and when their program of meetings is reenforced by the groups which have enjoyed a summer respite the calendar be comes crowded with church events One of the groups which does not meet during the summer is the Presbyterian Ladies Guild which held its first session of the year at the church Monday night Inspite of gloomy weather a representative group were present for the potluck supper Following the supper plans for the year were discussed and tentative plans for rummage and take sales outlined Aid Girls to Meet Tuesday night the Circle Girls the young womens missionary so ciety of the Church of Christ will meet at the home ofMrs A A Height 230 First street northeast for their second session of the year Dqrothy Hicks will lead the regular lesson Mothers of the members will entertain the club It is probable that officers will be elected next month Tuesday night is a popular time for meetings with the church groups for the Martha SocietyoE Immanuel Lutheran church wll also meet at that time Miss Haze Wallskog 107 Twentyninth street southwest will be hostess The meeting will be held at 8 oclock Three Groups Meet Tuesday A third organization which wiU meet Tuesday night is the Wart burg Lutherleague of St Jlames Lutheran church whose members willassemble at the church parlors at 8 oclock Elsie Lunsman willbe hostess The group meets once a month ordinarily on the first Wed nesday but the session had to be postponed this month Plans for the year will be outlined at the meet Ing Tuesday Two more groups plan sessions for Wednesday afternoon The Pres byterian Ladies Aid one of the or ganizations which does not suspend activity in the summer will hold Uietr regujar monthjy meeting at the church They will not have to Htt their work for the entire year their activity is continuous Lutheran Indies Guild Ravishing Rig for Youngster GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PKACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1874 Isntthis an adorable rig for a wee tot Thelittle dress is sleeve less has two pleats for fullness and a cunning vestea trimming the front The coat hasa shawl collar and cuffs of the fabric that makes the dress Design 1674 may uso printed pi que or silk crepe for the frockand lining or facing whichever is de sired and kasha or jersey for the little top coat The chic beret should be fashioned of the same fabric that is used forthe coat May be obtained only In stz es 4 6 8 and10 Size 4 requires 2 yards cf mater ial for the coat and 1V yards for tho frock Additional material Is re quired if lined thruout This model is easyto make No dressmaking experience la neces sary Each pattern comes 16you with simple and exact Instructions including yardage for every size A perfect fitis guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon receipt of 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted The fashion book is 15 cents but only 10 cents when ordered with a pattern Address all mail and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Depart ment 243 West Seventeent street New York City KeUtr and Mrs Francis Beneke will Jwstessev Helping the Homemaker MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE A Days Menus Breakfast Apple Sauce Boiled Rice and Cream Bacon Buttered Toast Coffee i Lnncheoa i Cheese Sandwiches Chocolate Cake Sliced Bananas Tea Dinner Sliced Baked Ham Cabbage Relish Mashed Squash Creamed Potatoes Bread Gooseberry Jam Head Lettuce and Salad Dressing Peach Shortcake Coffee Cabbage Relish for Sliced Baked Ham One package lemon flavored gel atin mixture 1 23 tups boiling ter 2 tablespoons vinegar 1 tea spoon salt i cup salad dressing US cups chopped cabbage i cup chopped green peppers i CUT chopped pimentos 2 tablespoons chopped sweet pickles Pour the boiling water over the gelatin mixture ana stir until it has dissolved Add the vinegar and salt Coot and chill until a little thick Beat in the rest of the ingredients and pour into a mold which has been rinsed out of cold water Set in a cold place to stiffen Unmold on lettuce Jeaves and surround with salad dressing or mayonnoise Peach Shortcake Serving Six One and onehalf cups flour 3 teaspoons baking powder tea spoon salt 4 tablespoons fat cup milk 2 cups sliced peeled peaches 13 sugar Mix and chill the sugar peaches Mix the flour baking pnsv der and salt Cut in the fat and add the milk until a soft dougli forms Pat out into a shape 1 Inch thick Place on a greased baking sheet and bake in a moderate oven for 15 minutes Split and add portions of the peach mixture Wife Preservers To keep melon odor from perme ating the refrigerator wrap melons paper Fall planting of shrubs perennials etc is prov ing more satisfactory every year Remember we guar antee every shrub we plant for you and re place without charge Ask about our free Landscape Service PHONE 55 KNUDSOX Prop Parent Should Learn Background of Fight Before Interfering By ALICE JUUSON PEALE Janey took my shovel and I punched Janey in the nose hi the nose I made her nose bleed I made her nose bleed rtncys voice repeated the last words over and over again in a shrill triumphant chant It doesnt sound nice but as a riatter of fact it was splendid For Nancy was a shy morsel of human ity who until now had been entirely at the mercy of any brave bad cbild who crossed her path Chil dren had taken her toys and knocked her over with impunity Janey was an especially sturdy offender To Janey the affair was just a bloody nose to be washed and for gotten but to Nancy it was an emancipation No longer does she call for help and wail miserably when attacked Instead she strikes out for herself The children who have dominated her in the past begin to treat her with new respect She has won her place When little chldlren get into a fight it is well to know the back ground before interfering Had Nancy been stdnped by some well meaning soul before she landed that triumphant blow she would have been cheated of one of the most valuable moments of her life Praise heavenno one did and she now vnlks about with a new well earned self confidence Non resistance may be good ethics but no child can safely prac tice it until he has won his spurs on tlia field of battle The timid child whose first effort ttfassert himself with his fists is met with parental disapproval stands little chance of making a sound and comfortable social adjustment Founders Son Is Dead ATLANTIC Sept 10 Thomas Hayes Whitney 52 son of Frank HWhitney fbunder of At lantic diedat pmaha early today relatives here were notified He was vice president of the Whitney Loan company here Rain Decreases Crowd at Baptist Gathering AMES Sept 10 rain fall in central Iowa decreased at tendance at the opening session ot the seventyseventh convention of the Central Baptist association last 5gfctLess than 20 of the expected 300 delegates registered J O Mc Clelland of DBS Molnea president of the Iowa Baptist Laymens assocla tion discussed the work of the orga nization ANNOUNCING OUR 1929 1929 and display of that which is new in the musical line PIANOS Cream of Classy Creations for YOUNG WOMEN AND YOUNG MEN are ready for your choosing now at this store of extra values Theyre high grade and high style but not high priced We put our effort back of the best the market affords to sell at to and you are invited to save along with the rest of the folks BROWN AND WISHARD At 115 North Federal Comb Doivn nnl See Thcso Shocn Opening The Gable Midget Grand A THE MODERN HOME The Cable Midget is the acknowledged leader anionEr small pianos and ja beingchosen more and more for uie modern uome or small apartment Its jrreal wonu lanty is due to the fact that it so 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