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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 6, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 6 1933 EXTENSIVE PROGRAM OUTLINED BY FEDERATION OF WOMEN MRS HOWARD KREGER HOSTESS AT SHOWER Twenty guests gathered at the home of Mrs Howard Kreger west ot the city for a kitchen shower honoring Miss Opal Hanson ot Clear Lake who will he married early in the spring to Thorvald D Chrlsten sen of Mason City A feature of the evening was a mock wedding with Minnie Harris as bride Violet Bel lows bridegroom and Nellie Olson minister Dinner waa served by Mrs Kreger assisted by Mrs Don Bel lows and Mrs Harold Leake and a color scheme of light blue was car ried out Gifts were presented to Miss Hanson and the time waa spent in playing games OLD MASTERPIECES NOW ON DISPLAY We have just received an other shipment of rare old violins and now have them on display at our store These violins comprise a collection of the old masterpieces some produced early during the eighteenth century All music lovers as well as the general public are invited to view this display ROTH THE VIOLIN OF THE ARTIST These violins featuring recrea tions of classic Masterpieces ranging in price to are always on display at our store An Honest Violin at An Honest Price Guaranteed by the Maker Ernst Heinrich Eoth VANCE MUSIC CO Phone 798 EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 N Federal AAlbertus Home Economist Now that the holiday season is past most people forget about nuts as a food When eaten as salted nuts or in is as a confection between meals nuts may be disturbing to the diges tion It is better to think of them aa comparable to meat and to use them as a real food They are easily digested if thoroughly masticated or ground finely and they do add to the nutriment flavor and texture of many types of dishes Since nuts are rich in fat they are best used with foods that are low in fkt Most kinds of nuts may be pur chased either in the shell or already shelled The shelled nuts cost such a little more than those in the shell so after all it may be an economy to buy them shelled If you value your time type of nut shredded dry shredded moist or shredded In milk and of course in the shell Nut Bread 2 cups flour 3 tsp baking powder 3 cup nut meats 2 tbsp fat 13 cpp sugar V6 tsp salt 1 cup milk 1 egg Add beaten egg to milk and melted fat Sift together dry Ingre dients and add to liquid Add nuts lastly which have been freshened by heating ten minutes in a slow oven Bake bread In a deep pan well greased in a moderate oven 375 degrees to 410 degrees F 40 to 45 minutes Invert on cake rack Ex cellent for sandwiches when 24 hours old Substitution A 1 cup graham flour for 1 cup white flour B cup grapenuts for nutmeats Nut Loaf cup rice tVa cups boiling water 3 tablespoons fat 3 small onions 1 eBS 1 cup bread crumbs I cup chopped walnuts or other nut meats 1 teaspoon chopped parsley teaspoon poultry seasoning i teaspoon salt Cook rice in boiling water until tender Melt fat and add onions chopped fine and cook until yellow Add egg well beaten cooked rice bread crumbs nuts and seasonings Mix well shape In a loaf and place in baking dish Bake 1 hour in a moderate oven 350 degrees F hasting frequently with melted fat Serve with brown sauce Peanut Butter Rolls Vs cup milk 1 yeast cake Vt cup lukewarm water 1 tbspmolasses 1 tsp salt cup bread flour 1M tbsp shortening 1 cup fine whole wheat flour 2 tbsp butter 2 tbsp peanut butter Few drops lemon juice Heat milk to lukewarm and adc yeast cake dissolved In lukewarm water molasses and salt Then add bread flour with which shortening has been mixed using pastry mixer Mix well and add whole wheal flour using more if necessary to make a smooth dough Shape in small round balls cover and lei stand in warm place until double in bulk or about 40 minutes Work butter and peanut butter together until creamy and add lemon juice With the handle of a wooden spoon dipped in flour roll the center of each biscuit Put teaspoon of the Vutter mixture in the center foW together place close together in baking pan let rise five minutes or until very light and bake in a mod erate oven 350 degrees F for 20 minutes or until brown Fruit Salad 1 cup white grapes 111 cups tangerine or orange sec tions pound cream cheese Yt cup pistachio nuts French dressing Lettuce or watercress Remove skins and seeds from white grapes and if desired stuff grapes with strips of pimento Sep arate orange or tangerine into sec tions free from skin and seeds Mash cream cheese add pistachio nut meats chopped fine and mois ten with French dressing then make into balls about the size of the grapes Arrange in separate piles on lettuce leaves garnish with watercress and serve with French dressing The cheese balls may be rolled in the nuts if preferred Chocolate Cocoanut Cakes 2 squares chocolate 1 can sweetened condensed milk Vz pound cocoanut 1 tsp baking powder Melt chocolate over hot water add condensed milk then add as much shredded cocoanut as the mix ture will take up Sift baking powder over the top and mix thor oughly Dry by teaspoonsful on oiled cooky sheet and bake in a slow oven 325 degrees F for 10 to 15 minutes How Do You Add No MaryAnriAhmann Will Be Married to Rudolph Popp Mary Ann Ahmann office em ploye at Mercy hospital and Ru dolph Popp Maom City will be married at Holy Family Catholic church at 7 oclock Saturday morn ing The Rev R P Murphy will of ficiate Attendants will be Miss Mar garet Slangier and Carl Olson both of Mason City Following the ceremony the cou ple will go to Farley where they will spend Kime time with the brides parents They will he at home at 222 Jefferson avenue north west after their return to Mason City The Sisters of Mercy entertained at Mercy hospital Tuesday after noon at a kitchen shower in honor of Miss Ahmann Refreshments were served Child Study Circle Meets at Roosevelt RooseveltJackson Child Study circle members met Thursday after noon at oclock at the Roose velt auditorium with the president Mrs K E Griffith in charge Mrs Griffith led the lesson on Envir onment and discussion followed Book reports were given by Mrs Annis Nelson Mrs E F Bowers and Mrs Griffith Mrs John Ko pecky will lead the lesaori at the next meetingwith Heredity aj her topic Mrs W A Carter will be chairman of tho serving commit tee S COUPLES SEEK MARRIAGE UCSNSES GARNER Jan for marriage license was made by Edward L Holfpop 24 and Fanny C Landon 19 both of Goodell Joe H Meyer 25 and Caroline H Jack son 23 both of Kanawha Donald Meleney Britt and Adella Klien peter Wesley to Clerk C J Johan son MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATION JIADE SCARVILLE Jan lon for marriage license for Mer cedes Felland and Ernie Randall has een made at Forest City Miss Fel land Is the oddest daughter of Mrs Martha Felland of Scarville Ernie Randall ig a son of Mr and Mrs BUI Randall vrtio reside on aOfarm MRS EARL SHEKA HOSTESS TO O T T Mrs Earl Sheka entertained the O T T club at luncheon at the Cerro Gordo hotel Thursday after noon Calendulas decorated the table where the guests were seated Later they went to the home of Mrs Sheka 1021 First street north west where bridge rwas played with high score prizes going to Mrs Wayne Pierce and Mrs Floyd Void ing and low to Mrs Irving Hill strom TRINITY LUTHERLEAGUE PLANS TO MEET SUNDAY The Trinity senior Luther leagui will hold its first meeting of thi new year Sunday evening at oclock with a special devotiona service The program will includ musical numbers readings and th topic The Problems of the Youth of Today will be given by Andrew Frelund There will be formal in stallation of the newly elected off cers Fern Meura president Add son Olson vice president Andrew Frelund publicity director Virginia Hedgecock secretary Normon Lysne treasurer and Oriet Lee pianist TTJSALATANS MARK TWELFTH NIGHT Tusalata club observed Twelfth Night at its meeting1 Thursday eve ning at the Y W C A when the ceremony of the burning of the greens was held Following dinner the greens were thrown on the fire with each member making a wish Miss Myrtle NIedert found the pea in the Twelfth Night cake which brought her the distinction of bting queen of the evening The time was spent informally At the next meet ingthe members will visit the Northwestern Bell telephone com pany after dinner at the Y chest COLDS g 111 Lincoln School Faculty Sees Films of Tests on School Children What do you do when you add Count on your out the to carry the get the wrong answer too Ill bet If youre grownup youre safe but not if youre just Scientists have devised ingenlus methods of testing arithmetic teach ing to discover flaws in the childs reception and use of the knowledge imparted to him Faults Discovered In a group of talking picture films shown at the Lincoln school faculty meeting Thursday afternoon by George A Dale principal com mon faults in the childs arithmetic processes were disclosed The pic tures demonstrate the movement of the childs eye as he adds a column of it lingers over some of the combinations or darts irregularly picking out digits to add Mental processes in subtraction were recorded in another film the subject saying aloud what he thought while the time for each thought was recorded The pictures give scientific back ing to modern teaching methods and prove that theories in use In the school room are good and that goals in education are being arrived at in Intelligent scientific ways Percussion Group A demonstration of the percus sion instruments of an orchestra completed the program This film was made by members of leading symphony orchestras and showed the use of the tomtom the kettle the snare and bass drums the xylophone castanets and tambour ine The films shown had been bor rowed from the research depart ment of the university by Mr Dole He explained that he felt the films presented almost as much informa tion condensed as might be gained through attendance at a five weeks summer school course where the data is expanded Not only is the testing shown in the pictures but each move is ex plained by the tester and conclu sions are drawn at the end of each est showing the value of the in orraation collected GUESS WHO BRIDGE CLUB HOLDS MEETING Members of the Guess Who Jrldge club met Thursday evening with Miss Vera McCorkle 19 rirst streetnortheast There were hree tables and prizes went to Miss Svelyne West and Miss Margaret SJierldan Kef served tfie evening R AND ALLMcD ONN ELL Mary McDonnell daughter of Mr and Mrs C L McDonnell Marion was married to Lowell Randall Cedar Rapids by Justice Lightner at the tatters place Christmas morn ing Mrs Randall has been manager of the luncheonet department the F W Woolworth company for the past year McVICKERS E AQUIST EAGLE GROVE Jan Ira McVIcker of Bradgate former ly of Eagle Grove was married to Miss Margaret Violet Seaquist o this city at the home of the bridet aunt Mrs J Vaughn at Mclntyre by the Rev E Bodenham a retirei Baptist minister A wedding dlnne was served at the home of Mr anc Mrs Fred Smith grandparents of the bride The bridegroom the son of Claude McVicker Ig engaged in farming The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs A E Seaquist and is a graduate of Eagle Grove high school After Feb 1 they will be at home on the farm at Bradgate I 00 F Installation Held at Forest City FOREST CITY Jan tion services were held Wednesday night for the local Odd Fellows lodge in charge of John Wheeler deputy grand warden A lunch was served following the Installation of the following officers c D Fox N G Floyd Fisher R S N Jun ior Otis L S N Dale Arbuckle V G John Akeson R S V Mark Wilson L S V Nels Pedersen and Rasniuss Pederson scene shifters John Peterson I G Ole White O G William Lundborg flnancla secretary Julius George recording secretary Hector Howes treasurer A C Bartleaon chaplain DeVeri HIrt warden Michael Pederson conductor and Otto Cross must clan Incampment installation fol lowed by a dance and dinner wil be held tonight Wife Preservers If you are growing a depression plant add a few drops of you favorite perfume to the plant I will then smell ao well aa look pretty Department of Welfare Helps Many Health Community Service Correction Wise Spend ing Projects public wel department of the General federation ot Womens clubs MUs Julia K Jaffray chairman which las to deal with the opportunities for service which open up to the members of this organization In ionnection with the many agencies o promote health comfort and feneral well being is suggesting he service club woman can give owards the maintenance of stand ards and formulating plans which are shaping for the development of a new and better social structure The division of child welfare Mrs Donald Mulr chairman is inter preting the childrens charter the bill of rights for the child in every state city town or rural commun ty which was given to the nation y the white house conference on child health and protection The division of public health Mrs Illig chairman is calling upon the women of America o mobilize In defense of public lealth to prevent the slashing of national state and local health budgets and to Join national state rnd municipal health departments n protesting against all socalled economic policies which endanger the national health Highway Safety Community service Mrs Albert E Jones chairman is concerned with community planning and with safety on the highways and ts ad vocating personality tests Jn addi ion to the usual tests for licenses o drive cars and the training of children especially young children to avoid highway acci dents The division of correction Mrs Arch Trawick chairman has three major projects The campaign for state legisla Jon to regulate prison industries Is n preparation for 1934 when the lawesCooper act will become ef ective and the states operating un er the contract system fased with he necessity for reorganization of ielr prison industries The sec nd project Is to better conditions n convict camps and to bring about lie change over from the old jail system separating prisoners secv ng sentences from those awaiting rial The third project is crime prevention the measuring of the rime prevention facilities of each ommulnty Indian weKaro Mrs J MaroJPowr jrovement of Indian homes with our definite objectives Indian home yard care Indian home care lome made furniture for Indian homes better home bedding Other special projects are the Indian scholarship fund and Christmas cheer for Indian schools Constructive Program The Division of Industry Mrs Clarence Fraim chairman is work Ing to bring about a general under standing of the constructive pro gram set up by congress and the president in its relation to indivi duals The division has the supporl of the National Association of Man ufacturers and the American Fed eration of Labor in its endeavor and will continue Its work by studying and Interpreting the vari ous industrial plans as they de velop The wise spending study program is continuing under this division anc this with the shoppers creed shoulc lead to savings resulting from bet ter shopping methods reaching into millions of dollars a year The final project is educational work in support of state laws regu lating traffic in narcotic drugs in accordance with the proposal for uniform state legislation sponsored by the federal government The public welfare program calU for work from every Federated club woman The present economic situ atlon threatens the destruction 01 many welfare activities Only through concerted effort from every public spirited citizen can econom ies be effected without the destrud tlon of essential values BLOUSE HAS CHARM YOUTHFUL EFFECT FOUND IN STYLE OF SIMPLE BLOUSE PATTERN 15 Ej DIANA DAT TWO COUPLES TO WED A marriage license has been granted to H P Doering 21 and L Bamrtch 23 both of Cerro Gordo county and an application for a license has been filed by Rollanc Towne 23 and Lydla B Lenz 23 both of Mason City 441 Bits About Em Dr and Mrs L E Newcomer 416 Delaware avenue northeast have returned from Springfield III where they were called by the death of Mrs Newcomers mother Mrs Mary E Lord Mrs Lord who was nearly 83 years old died lost Fri day MUB Helen Green has left for Guttenberg where she teaches after spending the holidays with her par ents Mr and Mrs H L Green 26 Beaumont drive Mrs Holton Bristol 210 Taylor avenue southwest has left or St Paul where she will visit for gome Jme She wag accompanied as far as Faribault Minn by her son Merritt who will resume his studies at St James military academy there o e Mlsg Cora Price and Miss Bertha Jewell have left for their home In Minneapolis after a holiday visit at he home of Dr and Mrs T A Burke 328 Pennsylvania avenue ioutheast W H Gleason Jr has re umed to her home In Austin after spending the week at he home of Mr Gleasona parents Mr and Mrs W H Gleason 724 florth Federal avenue Mr and Mrs ihl ReUmiBcn7 Lansing Mich spent a few days at the home of Mrs Rethwtschs par ents Mr and Mrs J M Trayer 525 Carolina avenue southeast O 9 Miss Kathryn Kohl has returned to Moser college in Chicago after spending the holidays with her mother Mrs Mary Kohl 123 Sec ond street southeast MISS LENORE FACTOR ALUMNA PRESDDENT Miss Lenore Factor was elected president of the Park hospital alumna nurses at their meeting Thursday afternoon at the P G B auditorium Mrs Lyle Wilcox was elected vice president and Miss Luella Goarder secretary and treas urer After the meeting a luncheon was served at the Green Mill CRONIN DEXTER GROUP CONTRIBUTES TO FUND The Cronln Dexter auxiliary of the United Spanish War Veteran has contributed 5 to the 40 and 8 milk fund The auxiliary performs relief work as part of its program and the milk fund was chosen as a worthy project to receive a dona tion There are 41 members in the local auxiliary It has the smart high neckline and puffed sleeves so exceedingly vogulsh It hag sllmness too with a sraoot fitting hlpllne You can make it with long or with short sleeves It Is white crinkly crepe silk so smart with a black skirt Orangyred Is another delightful choice Ja crinkly crepe Wool crepe in rich rust shade Is snappy And its so entirely easy to fash ion It Think of the enormous sav ing1 in cost Choose now Its an opportun ity to have a stunning blouse that you can wear all through the spring Style No 441 is designed In sizes 14 16 IS 20 years 36 38 and 40 inches bust Size 18 requires 2 yards 39 inch It would pay you to send for a copy of our Winter Fashion Book for it will help you plan your wardrobe And you will save money In using our lowpriced patterns 3ook shows large variety of styles for ladies misses and children special styles for stouts embroid ery drossmaking articles etc Price of book 10 cents Prica of Pattern 15 cents In stamps or coin coin Js Wrap cain carefully IT TAKES BULLDOGGED NESS NOWADAYS to Stick to Quality Footwear This store has not yielded to the temptation of cutting Quality for the sake ot lowering prices Make sure of Quality Look for the name LAIRDC 14 E State St IMP Where Shoes Are Really Fitted After the birth of twins four years ago I was run down nervous irregular always tired and very disagreeable Now I full of pep My periods are regular I never get tired and I am always cheerful I give Lydia E Pink ham s Vegetable Compound toe credit for tha change MRS MARY LTDMILA Box 296 Odebolt Iowa Why dont you try this medicine Get bottle today Its tonics action rosy be just what you need to give you more strength and energy Sold by druggists everywhere Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Social Calendar FRIDAY Century Postponed to Jan 13 W M T oclock Mrs J E Mettler 625 North Federal avenue Kill Kare dab Mr and Mm J R Currier north east of city Queen Rebekah oclock I O O F hall SATURDAY Browning Society oclock Mrs Earl Smith 27 Sixth street northwest IT C T oclock P G E audito rium HANSONHARRIS EAGLE GROVE Jan News f the secret marriage of Orvald lanson of this city to Miss Reba Tarris of Nevada has been received ceremony took place at Papil lon Mo on Jan 1 Mr Hanson is Jiejonlof MrsjJMinnie Hanson of Eagle GrbVe arid the bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs C C Har ris of Nevada She has been an em ploye In the county clerks office In Mevada for several years Mr Han son is a graduate of the local high school and attended Iowa State col lege at Ames He Is teaching in the high school at Guthrie Center AMTSHBECKMAN DECORAH Dec Miss Grace Beckman of Osslan and Leroy Amlsh of Iowa City were marriec by the Rev M J Thiltgen In the Catholic church In Ossian The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Beckman of Ossian and has been a nurse at Iowa City for sev eral years Mr Amish Is a resident of Iowa City where he and nls bride will make their home BOYS 4H CLUBS BEGIN PLANS FOR YEARS PROGRAM Comprehensive System of Projects Scheduled for 1933 One of the most comprehensive boys 4H club programs in the his tory of the Cerro Gordo county Farm Bureau has been planned for the coming year County Agent Marion E Olson announced Friday Meetings have been held for the purpose of strengthening the organ ization feature of the work and to decide on what phases of the huge juvenile program of the Farm Bu reau the younger element wished to major in Want Practical Training They decided to emphasize the economics of their projects rather than to center on winning ribbons at ajiows and to operate the pro gram in such a manner as to get the maximum of practical benefit from the standpoint of practical The county now has 10 boys clubs with prospects of organizing 2 more Each of these are sched uled to have at least 10 meetings In the year and have their calendars thus arranged The older boys group made up chiefly of youths from 17 to 25 years of age who are former 4H club members will stage an Insti tute here Feb 1 and 2 This insti tute will fit into the county plans for the 1833 corn show and the ju nior corn show will form an Import ant phase of the Institute program the first day To Discuss Soils On the evening of the first day of the institute there will be a dis cussion of sells On the second day there will be a discussion of live stock feeding and management with the problems of marketing en gaging the attention of those pres ent in the afternoon The girls 4H clubs are also mak ing plans for a big 1933 program under the direction of Mrs Edith Barker assistant director of girls club work at Iowa State college at Ames and Miss Ida Raake home demonstration agent TRASKWISHER NASHUA Jan the Imma culate Conception church at North Washington was held the marriage of Miss Margaret Wisher daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Wisher of Deer field and Ralph Trask son of Mi and Mrs William Traak ot BaasetBi the Jv Puetz i Ruth Trask of Charles City Bister of the bridegroom and John R Keilty of Charles City were at tendants Twentyfour guests were present at a wedding dinner served at the home of the brides parents i They will make their home on n farm north of Bassett DUMONT Jan Davis and Miss Lorraine Hartson were married Dec 29 at Galena HI at the Methodist parsonage by the pas tor the Rev W S Feldwich They were attended by Donnie DeArmon Dumont and Miss Florence Barr Hampton The bride a daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Hartson was a Junior in high school The bride groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Howard Davis east of town with whom theywill live Smarter Styles Better Quality For Less Since 1920 COU1CTEST AMD SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PtlKCHJ The Greatest Dress and Coat Values of All Times Now Offered in Our Greatest January Clearance Words pictures and illustrations cannot possibly con vey the extraordinary values of De Kaye quality dresses and coats that are offered here in our clear ance tomorrow Choose tomorrow from these hun dreds of smart styles in all girls misses womens and stout sizes Dresses Reduced to ani COatS Reduced to Fur CoatS Reduced to and up HatS Reduced to 50c up Jackettes Reduced to UP Girls DreSSeS Reduced to 98C and up I   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