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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1933, Mason City, Iowa six MASONCITY GLOBEGAZETTE 14 Mi 1933 DISPLAY OF BOOKSTOYS PLANNED AT WILSON SCHOOL Opportunity for Parents in Exhibit Child Study Circle Plans Showing of 250 Books NOV 21 Two hundred and fifty boohs se lected upon the basis of value and interest to the child good illustra tiona attractiveness and durabiJity of mechanical makeup will be a part of the book and toy exhibit at Wilson school Tuesday night Nov 21 at oclock In adidtion to an opportunity to see the books parents will be given mimeographed lists of highly recom mended books classified according to grades in school Principles by i which books should be selected will be included with these lists Meet Practical Needs Preparations for the exhibit are being made with the aim of meeting the practical needs of the parent in book selection The committee in charge consists of Mrs Don Wleder chairman preschool teacher three mothers Mrs G E Allbee Mrs R L Bailey and Mrs Don Fitzgerald and local childrens librarian Miss Alma Davis The exhibit will include books of poetry fairy tales pictures history astronomy animal life social science and other subjects of inter est to children Besides these there will be three groups of special in terest Foreign Picture Books Mrs Jean Marsh Wright former art supervisor of Lincoln school will have charge of a chest of for eign picture books Mrs AHbee will have charge of a table of 50 ten cent books which as well as fho rest of the books in the exhibit have been approved by the American Library association A group of books con taining information of value to par ents in making selection of books will be displayed by Miss Marjory Green of the local library Among these will be the Childrens Cata log and Guide to Literature for Character Training by Starbuck and Shuttleworth and other author itative works Miss Green will also check out library books to those WOOLENS ARE MODISH WARM FROCKS FOR COMFORT CAN BE FROCKS FOR STYLE AS WELL PATTERN OFFERS SUGGESTIONS GlobeGaieHa IMrleii IB Cent rattan ZOO Fifth Avenqe New York City By DIANA DAV Trim woolens have a chic all their when added to their smartness they look so cosy Physical discomfort is one of chics greatest enemies If you are cold you cannot hope to look in the most expensive French creation For one of those snug smart wootens is todays hairy woolens or wool Jersey The soft hairy woolens are ultrasmart this season Theres a white touch at the neck in the favoured bengaline silk in the model sketched in bright rust hairy wollen Make the colllar detachable so as to be readily removed to laun der it Olive green and true Irish green are other favourite shades Then again if you prefer a dark er shade its stunning as can be in tobacco brown wool jersey with the collar of selffabric Make the jabot of subdued orange shade jersey Re peat the orange shade in the but ton trim Style No 580 is designed for sizes 14 16 18 20 years 35 38 and 40 inches bust Size 16 requires 2 yards 54inch material with yard 35inch con trasting Our Fall and Winter Fashion Magazine In addition to new pat tern styles for women and children contains valuable beauty articles It is a book every reader should have and its price will bo saved many times for the patterns are nominal ly priced and very economical hi material requirements Price of book 10 cents Price of Pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin coin is preferred Wrap coin carefully Do not sem to Mason City but address Globe Gazette Pattern department 200 Fifth Avenue New York City Freshens the mouth Soothes the throat VICKS COUGH DROP who bring their cards or wish to register for cards Miss Lydia Margaret Barretts local librarian will have charge of the arrangement of the display Those assisting at the tables will be Mrs T E Davidson Mrs M E Olson Miss Mable Joy Prusia Mrs Jay Tubbestng Mrs R L Bailey and Mrs C W Cornwell MADISON CHILD STOD2 CIRCLE AT MEETING Madison Child Study circle met Have Your Basket or Vase Filled with Prepared Flowers 50c and up 39c 59c 39c 19c JOHNSTONS FLOWERS Across From Park Phone 223 10 First St N E Straw Flowers large bunch Prepared Flowers baskets Grasses and Straw Flowers Narcissus Bulbs dozen Ivy Plants uiauujuLi oLuuy mrcm met xucotiay lor QfltiCljregOr Io spend a Monday evening at the school when short time before going to Kansas the lesson on Moral and Social Citv where will the lesson on Social Development was given Frank Maynard Miss Marguerite Lewis explained the new report cards and Mrs W C Wedemelsr announced the Wilson Child Study circle exhibit of toys and books for Nov 21 Mrs Claude Wallace had charge of the meeting PARTY GIVEN FOR MKS JOHN INMAN Sirs John In man of Los Angeles ii was honored at a party given Monday evening by Mrs A J Thomas and Mrs Ben Hendrickson at the Thomas home 1520 Delaware avenue southeast Bridge was Iayed with high score prize going o Mrs Ted Dreeman and low to Mrs Walter Leightner Mrs Inman a former Mason City resident WORK Like a Beaver and Keep Your Feet Dry in Our Rubber Footwear Your Feet Look Best in LAIRDC 14 E State St Where Shoes Are Really Fitted Elizabeth Young Paramount Player Christmas Special 6 Beautiful Portraits Of course you will want your photograph made in time for give those friends who will enjoy receiving your photograph so very very much Take advantage of this very special heautiful portraits for only RUSSELL STUDIO Phono 2272 Next J C Penney Co Bits About Em Mr and Mrs George Struble of Toledo have returned to their home after a weekend visit with Mr and Mrs C B Sherman 525 Sixth street northwest Mrs John Inman of Los Angeles 3al formerly of Mason City who las been visiting friends here left Tuesday for MacGregor to spend City where she will visit v W L Patton 522lAdamas ave nue northwest W A Westfall 31 Tenth street northwest Jack Don nelly 110Seventh street northeast ind J Leonard Kline S3S North Tederal avenue were among the Mason Cityans at the Michigan Toiva game at Ann Arbor u Mrs J B Guile 222 Fifth street lorthwest has returned from Wi iona Minn where she spent the last two weeks with relatives Lou Bowerly of Chicago is spend ng a few days visiting at the C C Humphrey home Albert Grubb has returned to his vork In Iowa City after a weekend visit with Mr and Mrs C B Sher man 225 Sixth street northwest M J Mulligan 22 Jefferson ave nue northwest and J L Stevens Plymouth have gone to Des Moines or the meeting of the Iowa Farmers Vfutual Insurance agents j MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES WEST UNION Nov following marriage licenses have been issued to Reuben Miller Elgin and Kathryn Grain West Union Ed KruegerNew Hampton and Thelma Harper Oelwein George R Thies and Mildred M Miller both of West Union Study Club Subjects in Many Fields Art Literature History Child Training Among Topics Art literature child training music and history were among the fields where local study clubs found subjects for the meetings Monday Maria Mitchell club was enter tained by Mrs A T Parker 76 Crescent drive Monday afternoon Mrs C H McNider had the lesson on Rembrandt Committees for the year were ap pointed by Mrs McNider president to include Mrs G M Woodruff towels for the blind Mrs F H Cot ton and Mrs G L Gilbertflowers Airs W C Odell Mrsr W P Alerkel and Mrs B F Weston member ship and Mrs R B Irons Mrs J D Nichols and Mrs Odell budget Have Music Program Mrs C R Marsh reviewed On the Road to the Temple by Susan Glaspel at the Monday club meet ing at the home of Mrs Alice Brown 654 East State street Mrs W H Hathorn traced the develop ment of American music and in troduced a trio Mrs Harold John son Mrs Tom Barclay and Mrs Wallace Allen who played several selections Mrs Roy Servison gave a piano number Rhapsody in Blue by Gershwin and Mrs Hathorn Mrs J A Wiley and Mrs Forrest Jacobs sang Negro spirituals George A Dale principal of Lin coln school showed pictures of pre school work being done at the Uni versity of Iowa at the meeting of the Child Study club Monday after noon at the home of Mrs H S Marshall 305 Rhode Island avenue southeast Mrs V D Nelson pre sented a lesson on religious art as it might be given to adolescent girls airs N C Stam and Mrs N wi Jessup gave current events and Mrs B JE Randall devotions Occident club members had uncheon Monday afternoon at the lome of Mrs J A Van Ness 318 Carolina avenue southeast with Mrs W P Butler Mrs F F Pot ter Mrs B F Vincent and Mrs Van Ness as hostesses Mrs C j DeLacey reviewad The Store by T S Stribling HOSTESS AND GUEST GOWNS A hostess frock of iceblue crepe satin is worn by Helen Vinson film actress The long sleeves and high neck are a modern note in this type of gown Clara Bow right chooses a dress of dull red crepe marocaine for informal evening wear A velvst turban gloves and shoes in the same shade complete the costume Associated Press photos Social Calendar Gall Stone Colic Avoid operation If poaslble Treat the cause In a tenalble painless Inexpensive way at home Write Home Drug Co 1857 No Fourth ai Minneapolis Minn for recognized practicing specialist1 prescrip tion on liver and call bladder trouble for literature and treatment which has been giving gratifying results for 28 years Bold under money bade guarantee clip this out Advertisement Chautauquans Meet Chautauqua club met Monday with Mrs r E A Bell 46 Cres cent drive when Mrs Frank Miller talked on The Works of Gufeen Borglum Mrs Roy Felt and Mrs Bell had current events Joyce Kilmer club was enter tained Monday evening by Miss Vera McCorkle and Mrs Louise Ed wards at Mrs Edwards home 14 First street southeast Miss Evelyn West talked on American Novel ists giving Fannie Hursts life story and Mary Gen Braheny re ported on current magazines Mrs R L Jackson talked on Books for Children at the Twen tieth Century clubmceting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs W R Mickey 504 Jefferson avenue north west Mrs George Feldman had current events Mrs Walter Patton and Mrs Gil bert Avery were hostesses at the U G L club meeting Monday at the Avery residence 121 Eleventh street southeast Mrs John Senneff Jr gave the lives of Jackson and Van Buren and Mrs E H Wagner reported on Harrison and Tyler ANDERSONWOLD LAKE MILLS Nov nouncement is made of the mar riage of Miss Bella Wold and George Anderson Lewis An derson Nov 11 the Rev O R Sletten officiating The attendants were Miss Blanche Stensrud and Norman Nelson Mrs Anderson is the pharmacist at the Stensrud drug store Mr Anderson who Is a graduate of the local high school is employed at the municipal light plant After a brief trip to Des Moines the couple will reside in an apartment at the Arlington hotel ROBERTSSJHTH NASHUA Nov Vida Smith of Mitchellville and Price Roberts of Colfax were married at the Little Brown church Sunday bv the Rev William Kent TUESDAY R R The Glory of the Chrysanthemum Is Now in Its Prime They are suitable for table use sick rooms funeral work and many other uses You are invited to inspect our large assortment of fresh homegrown stock KEMBLES GREENHOUSE 1205 S FVrtnrnl 1205 S Federnl VOSS WASHER and TUBS SALE A Genuine VOSS WASHER LAUNDRY TUBS BOTH FOR THE PRICE OF THE WASHER ALONE Carrie Van Ness Co T jr oclock Y W C A installa tion recognition Clio Mrs R S Stanbery 915 Dela ware avenue northeast lesson Mrs G O Gould Baptist Y W oclock Madge Allen S9uth Federal avenue WEDNESDAY Our Saviours Ladies aid 2 oclock church Mrs Nesje hostess Church ot Christ Church all day sewing for Social Welfare league G F S Mother Daughter oclock Episcopal church Delphi an oclock Y wl C A Cupid and Psyche Mrs Shadrach Mor gan P O C 8 oclock Mrs R E Johnson 201 Taylor avenue southwest Freeman Ladles Mrs C A Kisner Bridge 1 oclock Mrs C H Barber 218 Tenth street northwest Queen of 1 oclock Amber room of bus depot Mrs L H Gilchrist host esa Calvary Homo Missionary 2 oclock Mrs H D Kennedy 1523 Monroe avenue northwest Todays Bridge oclock Mrs J Gearhart 111 Second street southeast P E O Mrs J L Pauley Mrs L S Sanders hostesses Mrs Lloyd Roberts lesson P E O Mrs F A Stephenson 37 River heights lesson Mrs C E Bur rets Good Cheer oclock Eagles hall L A to B of R oclock Y W c A oclock Eagles hall Women of the Moose card 8 oclock Mrs E D Zea 812 Hampshire avenue northeast Mrs Charles assisting HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE Thanksgiving Dinner Menu Serving Eight The Menu Frozen Tomato Juice Cocktail Three cups tomato juice 1 table spoon sugar 1 teaspoon sugar 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon celery fait teaspoon onion salt y tea spoon horseradish teaspoon pap rika 1 tablespoon granulated gela tin 4 tablespoons cold water Soak gelatin and water S min utes Dissolve over hot water cool Add to rest of ingredients Freeze Oyster Stuffing For 10 pound fowl Six cups soft bread crumbs 2 cups small oysters 23 cup butter melted 1 teaspoon salt 4 tea spoon paprika 3 tablespoons chop per celery 1 tablespoon chopped onion 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning 1 egg beaten Lightly mix ingredients and stuff fowl Spiced Ienr Gelutin Molds One cup sugar 3 cups boiling wa ter 13 cup vinegar 2 cinnamon bark sticks 12 whole cloves 14 tea spoon salt 10 canned pears 2 table spoons granulated gelatin 4 table spoons cold water green fruit col oring Mix sugar tolling water vinegar spices and salt Add pears and sim mer15 minutes Remove pears strain juice reheat and arid which has soaked 5 minutes in cold water Stir until gelatin dissolves Add sufficient green coloring to give the desired tint Cool Place pears in individual molds fill with gelatin mixture Chill until stiff Unmold on lettuce top with salad dressing or mayonnaise Thia salad can ne made the day before HARDING CHILD STUDY CHICLE HAS PROGRAM At the Harding Child Study circle meeting Monday evening at the school Donald Fraser played two piano numbers Holiday March and Wild Flowers Mrs H H Boyce and Airs Floyd Fraser had the lesson on Moral and Social De velopment of the Adolescent Fol lowing the program refresh ments were served by Mrs Floyd Voiding Mrs Boyce and Mrs J Vasbinder WHEN YOUR DAUGHTER COMES TO WOMANHOOD Most girls in their teens need a tonic and regu lator Give your daughter Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound for the next few months Teach her how to guard her health at this critical time When she Ij happy healthy wife and mother the will thank you Sold at all good drug itorct Vegetable Compound Childs Reading Matter Would Have More Appeal Without Moral to It By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH One reason children prefer adult books and pictures to those made for them is that they are for the most part more interesting The unvaried diet of socalled childrens books for example would be unen durable to the average child Even today there is still a type of writer who feels that a child must read improving literature and uses his literary skill to slip information or morality over to his readers The child resents the underhand method He reads to be amused quite as much as the adult and no amount of sugarcoating can hide from him the tractlike quality of much of what he is offered There was a time 75 years ago when Mrs Sherwoods books The Fairchlld Family Harry and Bes sie and dozens of the same kind were in vogue as Sunday reading for the young To make them suit able they were interlarded with moralizing which the young were supposed to read with the story for the sake of improvement Today many of these nooks have been reprinted and the preaching omitted It looks as if our grandpar ents had real feeling for art or na tivewit in training their young for shorn of their pious trappings the books have a popular appeal to chil dren of today who take delight in thestory and in the personalities of the characters Perhaps a little more appeal to the childrens interest and a little less to their improvement and edu cation might reconcile them to a literature adapted to their age and experience and they might be tempted to spend less time on the latest murder mystery the morbid selfanalysis of the present day so ciety novel or the confessions and life stories of gangsters WINGERTWOLF WESLEY Nov for the approaching marriage of Miss Hertula Wolf and Clare Wingert were made public for the first time at the St Josephs Catholic church Sunday morning Women Hear First Lesson in Language Dont Be Snobbish About English Warns Class Instructor No one can afford to be snob bish about English Mrs Grace Burke Titus told members of her Womans club better speech class at its first meeting Monday eve ning at the Y W C A Language is a living growing thingand be cause it is growing we cannot ourselves to hard and fast rules We rule out the effectiveness and life of our language by making it too standardized she said The language of yesterday is now called obsolete but it is still correct The English hold closer to the old forms than we do and our American lan guage Is considered a dialect by the people on the continent After the Norman conquest of England in 1066 French became the chosen language of the higher classes and it was the common peo ple who saved the English language for us The man of the streets still makes the language of the people and when some one in authority uses phraseology or pronunciation construction of the man of the streets it becomes accepted Some day it will be correct to say he dont do that Mrs Titua outlined several courses of study for her class and the group voted to study the de notation and connotation of words for the next time Future lessons will be on vocabulary additions spelling words as parts of speech words in the order used short taiks difficulties in grammar ques tions and discussion on exposition description narration and argumen tation The class is sponsored by the lit erature department of the Womans club and will meet on the second Monday of the month through the year Styles Better Quality for COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH PURCHASE Expressing the New Mode of Elegance Sunday Night and Dance FROCKS Its one of those frocks that makes you look tall and slender And you can wear them at many occasions Every new color and material are shown in types be coming to every size and fig ure Values most interesting at Tomorrow CLEARANCE SALE 50 Fall Hats Taken from our regular stock Felts Crepes Satins 22 Inch and 23 Inch Head Sizes 115 North Federal Also a Small Lot of Tarns and Softies lOc TRADEMORE Hat Store 115 North Federal
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