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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 31, 1928, Mason City, Iowa JHO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SATURDAY MARCH 81 1928 CHORUS OF MIXED VOICES TO SING GOOD FRIDAY CANTATAI Havana Most Beautiful at Local Woman Describes Gambling Scene in Cuban Casino Editors note In tills teller Miss Rule tells of the beauties of Ha vana at night She takes i the on her trip thru the city to cabaret casino and to the rendezvous of sailors down Into the Hilnese section of the EAVANA is a city of night for endless and entertain ment 18 open to the Hayana lteu And pity the poor tourist who tries to absorb the gayely of the city in one evenings entertainment It Is only a confused blur ofbeauty and fascination when he is rushed from one place to each pulsing with life and color Underthe direction of a guide taken thru the largest club in the city As a gratification the hunger of the Latin for social life clubs are everywhere evident not only for the millionaire but for the work iris man The eierka club at which stopped first is Comparable only to the Jaria opera or a city moving pic ture Wide lighted doorways an expanse of marble staircase is the entrance Every conceivable lux ury Is evident In the furnishings of the card lounges rooms reading rooms and The main hallway diyarfg the tallest person with its mottled marble pillars reaching into brilliantly lightedheights The ball Inclose Mason Citys armory twice and its walls balconies and callings have frescoes by modern artists while vast crystal chandeliers light the room And all this belongs to the Cuban middleclasses foi 12 a month So many thousand members belong to the club that it can afford to offer all it does in the way of recreation and help Our guide told ua that he spent more than a year In the hospital main tained by the club and paid no bills except his J2 monthly dues Doctors dentists nurses every bill met by the club for any and all Its members Havana at Night From this brilliance the music and tho laughter of the club we rode to the highest hill outsido Havana to look bock down on flio city by night The sc was black velvet In the distance while splashed on this velvet were the ivory and diamonds of the city In the garlands ofelectric lights shifting find moving the marble homes of dayligh were toys of carved Ivory at night Descending the hill we rode thru the grounds of Havana university liki everything else In ther city Improssivi in white cement and will statues massive buildings supported by towering pillars all still and de sorted in the flood of their own lights From this calm beauty to the noise and heat of the western Monte Carlo the Havana Casino Here every gambling gamo Is played and It is open for all night supper and dancing Ten oclock Is early for the Casino and the crowd was small and bored A little desultory playing was going on at the tables Shawls an oc casional fan and the evening gowns of TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN S IPROGRAM v The romantic influence of Spring was the de signers motif in the creation ODELLA Its charming lines thrilling woo the most lious Allover Black Patent Novelty Leather Trim Heel SHOWN ONLY AT NICHOLS GREEN and Flowers Symbols of Spring gecm tomehow to have been created just for thU joyoui season Order abundantly for Easter There is new hope new in in their beauty and fragrance Please Order Early PHONE 55 Sermon M Knudson Prop 1205 S Fed i Women Fill Auditorium to Hear Talk GlobeGazette School Is Closed With Excellent Talk on Homemaking UPHOLDING the family traditions Edna M Ferguson closed her series or four lectures at the GlobeGazette free cooking school held in the highschool auditorium Friday otternoon The problem of the family is muchakin to that of our larger social countries of the world trying to adjust them selves to present day said Miss Ferguson to the crowd of women who filled the auditorium i capacity even in the second gallery Bettor homes depend on better par she wont on to say noth ing short of growth of parental char acter will get the home life a higher basis Then applying the lev erage of affection moral obligation and religious Inspiration much will be Weeks Social Calendar Home Is meant to be a place ot inspiration a place whore courage is one a place to which one may so secure in the knowledge that if no one else In allthe world believes in one the folk at home she summed upjier talk After her very fine address she pre pared her recipes and demonstrated the following rules Ivocal Merchants Interested The cooperation of the following merchants and manufacturers has made possible the success of this cook ng school American Beet Sugar company Am trlcan Family sugar Calumet Bkk ng Powder company Calumet Chemi cal Company CalX Cleanser Water Softener and Soap Saver Crescent and Cracker company Ma cronets egg noodles and macaroni CurricVan Ness company Voss wash er Royal vacuum cleaner Mirro alum num ware kitchen utensils W T Daly company Stover water softener and kitchen sink J E Decker Sons Seekers lowana hams and bacons Jraunsclnveiger sausage First National bank budgets Glass Con atner Association ot America See what you in glass Hawk eye Supply company Frlgldalre Her mansdn Brothers Dairy pasteurized milk and cream E B Hlgley and Company Ice cream Hutchinson Ico iream company Ice cream Iowa Tea Store china and trlcolator si C John ons and Sons Johnsons electric floor polisher and wax Kembles Greenhouse floral decor tlons Charles B knpx Gelatine cQm ariy Khox gelatine Store house dresses and smocks liottsSpencerSmlth company Jack Sprat foods chocolate cream coffee rason City Bottling Works Carbon ated beverages Marshall and Swift dry cleaning Mason City Baking com iany BakeRIte company Pfaff Bak ng company broad Plymouth cream ry butter The Merkel company ta le linens Mica Insulating Roofing and Supply company New tile ichaels Drug Store candy North western Distributing company Ceresota flour People Gas and Electric company Roper gas range equipped vith the Robertshaw Automatlcook oven heat control W H Pottar jewel er silverware Proctor and Gamble Distributing company crisco Sani tary Dairy pasteurized milk and cream Vance Music company musi cal program Orthophonlc Victrola Western Electric Telephone company extension phone MIer Wolf and Sons company Hoosler kitchen cab inet dining room furniture Arm strong linoleum ruga RECIPES Cream of potato soup Maple glace bisque Casserole of peas with carrdt sauce Bnnnna cake Graham pudding caramel sauce Spanish dessert Cof fee parfait CREAM OF POTATO SOUP Two cups milk 2 cups potato water 2 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons shortening chopped parsley 1 table spoon gelatine teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon grated onion 1 cup potato pulp sprinkle pepper Soak the gelatine in onefourth cup of Make a cream sauce with theflour shortening and milk Add to it the gelatine potato water and pulp onion and seasonings Re heat and serve MAPLE GLACE BISQUE One cup maple syrup 2 eggs 13 cup walnut meats 1 cup thin cream 1 cup whipping cream 2 gelatine strips of cake Soak the gelatine in onefourth cup Of the thin cream Beat the eggs Add the maple syrup and thin cream arid cook slowly in a double boiler until the mixture coats the spoon stirring constantly Add the gelatine and set aside to cool When cold beat until it thickens andfold in the whipped cream Serve in glasses lined with strips of cake and sprinkle with nuts CASSEKOLE OF PEAS WITH CAKROT SAUCE One and onehalf eups soft bread crumbs 2 cups pea pulp 1 egg 2 to tablespoons fat 1 teaspoon salt A teaspoon pepper 1 cup milk Mix together the crumbs pea pulp beaten egg melted fat and seasoning Add the milk Turn Into a greased casacrole dish and lat stand 15 min utes Cover and bake 40 minutes at 360 degrees F Serve with thecarrot sauce CARROT SAUCE One andonehalf cups milk 2 table spoons flour sprinklemace 2 table spoons fat 1 cup carrot pulp Salt and pope Make acream sauce with the flour fat and milk Ada the seasonings and carrot pulp BANANA CAKE Two ripe bananas 1 cup white su gar cup shortening lit teaspoons TURN TO PAGE COLUMN 7 MONDAY Monday Hostese Afrs Charles Handai 12V Third street northwest Atlantic Monthly Mrs James E Blythe Benjamin Franklin Mrs W E Sundell Chautauqiut club Hostess Mrs Lambert Phillips at the Y W C A Topics Mre Sarah McArthur and group two Claire Adams by Booth Tarkington Mrs Archie Peterson Twentieth Century club Hostess Mrs Carl A Parker 13u Fifth street northwest Topics of the day Mrs Earl Smith Lesson Mrs W J Holahan Occident Hostesses Mrs T A Burke Mrs A Ness and Mrs W H Biedermah at lunchen at the W C A U Clubr Hostess Mrs TV Earl Hall 1121 Second street southwest Italian literature Mrs Harry E Cunningham Womans Club chorut Will meet at 7 oclock in the T W A to rehearse for spring fea tlval Choral Will meet at oclock In Methodist chujrch to rehearse for Good Friday canjata Maria Mitch ell Hostess Mrs C H McNider 133 Second atreeet southwest The Tower of London 3 Avery Readings from Royal Windsor and Her Majestys Towerby William Hepworth Dlxon Mrs Herbert Fos ter T A E club Is postponed until Tuesday after noon Child Study club Hostess Mrs F D Miner at the Y W C A National Georgraphic Mrs C E Cooper Magazlno review Mrs M R Sykes Midland Hostess Mrs C Ctirrrle 315 North Madison avenue Reader Mrs J If Auxiliary to United Light and Poirer Will meet In the P G E audi torium Daughters of Reformation Hostess Miss Lillian Berg in Trinity Lutheran church parlors at oclock TUESDAY Watahye club Will have oclock luncheon at the Hanford Womans club Wlt convene at oclock Inths library assembly room T N t Willmeet at the T W C A for oclock dinner llo Hostese Mrs Bert Brett 504 North Adams avenue Book review Mrs Howard Kneael W B Will meet In the Chamber of Com merce at oclock Pan Hellenic association Chicago Northwestern Womens club Will have afternoon meeting In the F G E auditorium Sons of Will meet at 8 oclock in the Cham ber of Commerce Matinee Hostess Mrs Frank D Pearce 22 Beaumont drive Current news Lesson Slndlng MoycrHelmund Mrs C L Elliott and Mrs James E Stinehart T A E club Hostess Mrs Enrl Carney 92u North Sfonroe avenue Roll call Household hints Lesson Transportation in the V S Principal Canals Owned by the TJ S The Chief Railroad Systems In the U Mrs L R Meuwisseti Aviation Our Latest Method of Transportation and Road Improve ments in U Mrs Harry Troxel D A R board Hostess Mrs R B GIrton 333 South Maryland avenue Christian Workers executive board Hostess Mrs George Flaglc Tl North Connecticut avenue at oclock lr W Hostess Miss Madge Allen Nlrth street northeast Portland W C T Hostess Mrs A H Baiier east of town WEDNESDAY D A I Hostess Mrs Frank KrumVn SSJ Seventh street southeast at oclock in the evening assisted by Mrs R B GIrton and Mrs Irving Pioneer Days in Iowa Miss Ethel Hall D A R Magazine article Mrs H C Shlpman Book Review Luncheon Meets at oclock In the P G Speaker James King Merkel Fellowship Meets for dinner at theP G E auditorium Coterie Hostess Mrs M B Carlson 539 hth street by Mrs J M Robertson Auction Bridge TS postponed for two weeks DZ chapter P E Hostess Mrs B F Weston 710 North Washington avenue Vistresa of Huaaby Mrs R TV Baumgartner ON chapter P E 0 Mrs J H Marston 424 Sixth street northwest Poetry Mrs B Raymond Weslon Hawthorne Hostess Mrs Thomas B Phalen 517 Fourth street southeast THURSDAY Mrs Rosalie Willson 31 South Mussolini Red and Black Mra Charles Barber Athenian club Is pontponecl lor one week Tusalata club Win meet for oclock dinner at the Y TV C A History Is pontpoiied for one week B P W TVill meet for dinner at the P G E auditorium Garflcld P T Will have program in school audi torium Womens Will meet in Labor hall In the aft ernoon Eaat State street Hostess Mrs F TV Green 701 First street southeast assisted by Mrs H P Edwards Mrs B F Potter Mrs Barney Sweeney and Mrs D L Graham Current events Mrs Herman Bruns Modern poetry Mrs M L Palmer Fortnightly club Hostess Mrs Albert Hasa 1 South Taylor avenue B E F K S club Hostess Mrs 13 M Bencke 631 South President avenue 0 St P Womens club Will convene In the club rooms FRIDAY Good Friday Good Friday Seven Last Words by Dubois will be given in the First Methodist church by the Choral union Womans union Will have meeting in Congregation al church parlors Baptist Missionary Is ponstponed for one week Free Freschool Will be held at 1 oclock in Y W C A under auspices of welfare de partment of Womans club Womens Missionary society of Church of Christ Will meet In church parolrs Holy Family Aid society Will meet in the afternoon in the P G E auditorium C S O Hostess C H Whorley 404 Fourteenth street northwest Leader Mrs B C Sullivan Kill Knrc Hosts Mr and Mrs Paul M Payne Choral Union Is Composed of 40 Voices Mrs W F Ingraham Is Di rector of Dubois1 Seven Last USIC always a prominent factor in Easter festivities will have Its place in the calendar of events again this year Besides the many lovely Easter morning music services at the various churches a Good Friday cantata has been pre pared and win be given Friday eve ning or the coming week in the First Methodist church by the members of the Choral union This club is com posed of 40 mixed voices directed bn Mrs w F Ingraham The seven last words of Christ have beon set to music by Theodore Dubois with an English translation by Miss Emily The cantata is a beautiful piece of music with soprano tenor and baritone solos The whole cantata ia introduced with a soprano solo with Scriptural words from Lamentations 1 12 13 and I 30 Scene of Christs Death In the first word Is the forgiving message of the Christ as He hung upon the cross taken from Luke XXirr 34 Father forgivethem for they know not what they And then from Matthew 22 24 the multitude crying for His death The second word ia taken from Luke XXIII 43 and 43 This very day shalt thou be with me In Paradise Amen Amen I say it unto theo Lord my God remember me when thou comest into thy Women behold thy John XIX 26 composes the third word Christs plea of MyGod my God why hast thou forsaken from Matthew XXVII 46 and other pas sages from Job XIX 34 Psalm CXLII 3 Job XJX 19 and Jeremiah 11 21 make up the fourth word Tho mockery ot when Christ calls from the cross I Is heard in the fifth word and the de scriptive part Is taken from Matthew XXVII 3342 Christs faith as revealed In Luke XXIII 46 and in 11 Samuel XXII 3 will be sung for tho sixth word and he last word tells of the death of Jesus when lie cried It Is from XIX 30 and Matthew XXVII 46 51 And the cantata closes with a pray r We do adore Thee O Christ glor fy Thee and exalt Thee since on Thy loly cross Thou hast redeemed ttie Chorus Listed personnel of the choral union vhlch will give this very fine sacred number Friday evening at 8 s as follows Mrs Ingraham dlrec Mrs Bertha Patchen organist Sari Stewart pianist and the sopran os are Mrs Avis Zumwalt Miss Ruth Stott Mrs W C Evans Mrs Van SIse Mrs John King Mrs C L AI SATURDAY Delta Alpha Lenten ten Hostess Mrs James E Blythe Rock Glenn Piano recital to be given by Mrs James E Stihehart Readings by Miss Mabel Stott Browning Hostess Mrs Bailey 1010 Sec ond street southwest Brownings philosophy and life as vavealecl in Tho Ring and the Miss Ruth Ramer What has the study of this poem meant to you General discussion U C T and Will meet in the Chamber of Com merce Mrs Ray Irusla Iiss Emal Bullls Mrs L c Posz Miss Blanche Whitney Mra H Pool Mrs c V Nelson Miss I Oversea and Miaa Cora RIdenour Singing tho alto parts will be Miss M Leutenegger Mrs R E Quandohl Miss Irma Wilhelm Mrs J M Stokes Mrs G Stevens Mre Osa Miss F Palmer and Mrs H B Kennedy The male voices are tenors Mr Pool Milton Dalvey O Sorlten Wil liam Krouse S Angel Mr stoddard of Chicago Mr Palmer and H E Payne The bass singers are Paul Pavis w S Wiicox R B Isyauist J Quandahl Kenneth Goodrich R Hretzel A E Hill c L Merkel and Bob Davidson WEDDED 50 YEARS AGO ROCKFORD March Mrs William Snyder observed thei golden wedding anniversary Frida Twenty sons daughters and granij children and great grandchildren eij joyed the day with themTThe coupli xvas married 50 years ago at City by the Rev Mr Bennett have Ured In Rockford 44 years Mr Snyder Is a civil war vetera having enlisted when he was 15 yea of age Additional Society on Page 4 AND ATOPACT10H WITH EVERY Womens and Misses Rayon Gowns Pajamas Bloomers Vests Stepins Chemise Unusual variety and quality at these low of the Rayon woven lustrous it both looks and feels like silk the garments are so distinctively styled slimly timely tailored or fluffy with lace in soft pastel tones and clear bright shades They are really lovely values LIME CREEK TOWNSHIP FARM BUREAU SIEETS The Lime Oracle township Farm Bureau meeting was held Friday eve ning at the Freeman school The pro gram Jncluded a short talkby Marlon K Olson on the road bond issue recitations and songs by the pupils of Lime Creek school No 7 under the direction of their teacher Miss Carma Rucker Mrs Charles Fromm and her committee served APRIL RRIDE IS HONORED BY PARTIES A miscellaneous shower was given Friday evening at the home of Misses Marie and Buehlfcr 1216 South Carolina avenue in honor of Miss Mario Stephan who will become the bride of James T McCulloch of res Moines tho early part of April Mr and Mrs T H Fields gave a kitchen Bhower Thursday evening at their home in honor ot Miss Stephan EASTER SEASON MARRIAGE ICELAND March in this communityhave received invita tions to the wedding of Joseph Lar son and Miss Mabel Lillian Olson The marriage will take place at the home of tho brides mother Mrs Hilda Ol son at Forest City Saturday evening at 7 oclock Mr Larson is a brother of Levl Lar son and Mrs O Peterson and lived here for a aumbcr of years CRONINHEXTER AUXILIARY ENTERTAINS CAMP Members ot the CroninDexter aux illary entertained the members of the CroninDexter camp at a program given in the P G K auditorium Friday evening A ore act ploy i music readings and toasts were given by members of the auxiliary and the camp SCIIALLERYON EAGLE GROVE March nouncement has been received in the city of the marriage Thursday of Wy att Lesley Yon formerly of Eagle Grove at Chicago to Miss Catherine Schallor formerly of Storm where her parents Mr Mrs George J Schaller reside Mr Yon Is the son of Mr and Mrs J T Yon of this city and is a graduate of the local high school clans of 1920 After leaving school here ho attended thc Unlvcrslty of Iowa for one year then cofngr to Northwestern university at Bvanston nnd was graduated in the commercial course in 1925 He is in the employ of the Holland Furnace company in Chicago Mr and Mrs Yon will ho at home to their friends at 5S28 West Lake street apartment 0 Chicago UNITY CHAPTER 0 E S Unity chapter No 58 Order East ern Star will convene Tuoaday eve ning at oclock in the Masonic Temple Mason Citys Ladies SAXOPHONE BAND Organized Through Vance Music Co Girls How Would You Like To Play In This Band These girls have made it possible through their ef forts to have a Saxophone Band m Mason City They have successfully succeeded and now have a very com plete instrumentation The band is under the direction of John Kopesky holding rehearsals every Monday evening at the Vance Music Company Band Room Any young lady who wants to enroll can get fullin formation by calling at the VANCE MUSIC CO or phoning John Kopesky director i H fl ;