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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                DECEMBER 12 1925 MASON CITY Childs Faults May Be Traced to Desire to Attract Attention By ALICE JUDSON PEALE vera has one claim to distinction She isby far the smudgtest the most slovenly girl in her class There is somethingpositively odd L about her ability to get her face streaked with chalk her bauds stained with ink and the frequency withwhich she is seen with her sweater on wrong side out holes in Iher stockings and her collar pinned r on crooked Some teacher is always taking aside to suggest that she wash her face and hands and her class mates are constantly telling her about her clothes and asking her whether she realizes that there is a great big hole in her stocking Whenever anyone mentions these little things to her she answers sweetly Oh thank you so much I didnt know Thank you And Corth with makes the necessary repairs But she never improves The More she is reminded by wellmean ing teachers and classmates the more slovenly she grows Not until her teacher had a conference with the well groomed lady who is Veras MOther did anyone in the school iunderstand the reasons for the appearance Veras mother is a rich and busy and Vera does not occupy a jyery important place in her life In i fact so filled with social engage ments is her day that she sees very j little of the child She is however much chagrined Veras slovenliness and frequent ly lectures her on the subject Evi dently Vera is unconsciously ex Iploiting the only way she has of i getting her mothers attention k Many of the unpleasant habits of children thus may be traced quite S simply to the need for getting notice at any price The more we notice faults which have this origin the greater they become for each time we comment we are strengthening them as a source of satisfaction to the child Helping the Homemaker By MBS ALEXANDER GEORGE MENU FOR FISH DINNER Baked Salmon Steak Dressing Baked Potatoes Eacalloped Turnips Bread Butter Beet Relish Salad rCaramel Marshmallow Pie Coffee Baked Salmon Stealc and Dressing Two slices salmon steak pound 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon jjaprlka cup flour 2 cups bread bs 2 tablespoons chopped s 2 tablespoons chopped pars J 2 tablespoon chopped celery 4 Bespoons butter 1 eggs 1 cup JigWipe off thei steaka with a damp Simplicity for Evening GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1801 An evening1 gown which grace fully interprets the new feminine spirit in fashion is developed la flowered fabric It favors the long moulded bodice The narrow belt is decidedly tail ored one of fashions newest whims on formal frocks Design 1801 would be charming made of flat crepe satin velvet moire or chiffon While prints con in popularity among smart women many plain colors are seen particularly shades of green red yellowblue and the favorite black A jeweled ornament fastens the belt in front May be obtained only in sizes IB 18 20 34 36 and38 Size 16 re quires 3 yards of 40 inch material No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model The pattern has ample and exact in structions Yardage is given for every size A perfect fit is guaran teed Patterns will be delivered upon re ceipt of 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted The newwinterfashion book is 15 cents but only 10 cents when ordered with a pattern Address all mail and orders to GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West Sev enteenth streetNew York City H The GlobeGazette Ctrialmas cheer fund will bring the seasons cheer tomany poor families in the city You can help clothSprinkle each with V2 tea spoon of the salt Sprinkle the flour over the steaks Place onesteak in a buttered baking pan Mix the crumbs seasonings butter egg and the rest of the salt Spread on top the salmon steak and cover with the other steak Adcl the waler Cover with a lid and bake for 1 hours in a moderate oven Baste frequently During the last 15 min baking remove the lid to permit browning Beet Relish Salud Serving 8 Two cups chopped cooked beets 2 oups chopped cabbage 4 cup chopped onions teaspoon salt1 teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon celery seed 2 tablespoons horseradish 1 tablespoon sugar 5 tablespoons vinegar Mix and chill the ingredients Serve Caramel Marshmallbw Pio Filling Onehalf cup sugar dark 13 cup flour teaspoon salt 2 eggs 2 cups milk i teaspoon vanilla 12 marshmallows Blend the sugar flour and salt Add the eggs and milk Cook in a double boiler until thick and creamy Stir frequently to preventlump ing Add the Pour Intoa baked pie shell Arrange the marshmallows on the top Bake minutes in a slow oven Cool and chill Egrgless Butterless Milkless Cake Moist and economical fruit cake One cup sugar 1 clip water 2 cups raisins cup lard 2 tea spoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon cloves 1 teaspoonnutmeg teaspoon salt Vi Clip huts 2 cups flour 1teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon baking powder the sugar water raisins lard spices andsalt Boll for 3 min utes stirring constantly Cool and add the rest of the ingredients Pour into a loaf pan lined with waxed paper Bake 1 hour in slow oven Forest City Eastern Stars Elect Officers FOREST CITY Dec Order of the Eastern Star held its regular yearly meeting with elec tion of officers Monday evening which resulted as follows Worthy matron Mrs Nellie Sharp worthy patron M M Thompson associate matron Mrs Ruth Brooker asso ciate patron Dr Paul Thompson secretary Miss Myrtle Brooker treasurerv Mrs Florence Burman conductress Mrs Stella Cleophas conductress Mrs Isabel alien SCREENGRID The Set Withthe Pencil A new high standard of radio performance exists in the world today New discoveries in radio repro duction have been introduced by the result is a set that in coast to coast elimination contestshas outperformed all other makes in its price class 7 T Free Installation Buy on Payments No InterestNo Carrying Charge Reserve Your StewartWarner Now for Christmas Installation 8 Models to Select Froiu A11 Consoles 1921 First St 8 E xwiruuiiumrta CHAPMAMS Mason CL ETTER LESS AT CHAPMANS and Give Pleasure theJear Round CmtTMs It As EVERY WOMAN WANTS A Cedar Chest The Newest Styles TO img List at Chapmaiis GIVE THE GIRL OF YOUK DREAMS A NEW Bedroom Suite THE IDEAL GIFT A Lamp Table Lamps TO A Desk WILL BE GREATLY AP PRECIATED BY ANY GIRL See Them TO Let the family get together and buy Mother a new Kitchen Cabinet Gifts For the Kiddies Doll Carriage Baby Dolls Junior Bicycles Tricycles Childs Rockers Childrens Table and Chairs Black Boards Desk and Chair A CARD TABLE in Ail Colors MORE Take a Year t At No Extra DAD WOULD LIKE A NEW COMFORTABLE Coxswell Chair Select One Now TO Wouldnt a Bucks Gas Range be just the thing for the house Leather Goods For the Traveler Visit Our Luggage Department Wardrobe Trunk Gladstone Bag Overnight Bag Square Hat Box Fitted Cases Ladies Traveling A Genuine IvTeedlc Point FOOT STOOL TO A Gift to Brighten the Home Dining Room Suite A Pull Up To Fill in Any Homo 85 to A 6 Piece Imported Set of Mixing Bowls 79c A Gift for Any Mnn Smoking Stands to A New End Table To Fill n Need in the Living Room to i A MAGAZINE RACK In Colors or Walnut Finish How About a Grandfather Clock for the Home to Portable Talking Machine Just the Thing for Parties and Picnics to A MIRROR A Gift Always Greatly Appreciated to A Rug AmericanOriental FIRESIDE BENCH Wrot Iron Frame and J acquit rd Cover to FIREPLACE SCREENS Mssh Wire or Burlap to Smokador The Smolfinir Stand that Cnnt Tip Choice of Colors to Elephants Dogs Cats and other Plastic Images 25c to BRIDGE SETS 4 Chairs and Table in Colors BEAUTY REST Inner Siring Mattress Occasional Table In Walnut and Marble Tops DELUXE SPRING The Bed Spring Luxurious im Washington EWING OTXTTTlrincI Library NEW Warner iBINLTS or Mhgny Fin Ottoman to Match The Original Slumber Chair DC Set To Brighten Her Kitchen All Sizes and Models FREE INSTALLATION SOLD ON PAYMENTS Buy Any Gift On Delivery Assured BUY IN CONFIDENCE AT X 1931 FIRST ST S E MASON CITY   

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