Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, October 7, 1949
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Inter-Planet Ships Ignored by Indians New Delhi, India, {#>)—A suggestion that the Indian constitution provide the government with powers to regulate inter - planetary travel died like a damp rocket in the constituent assembly here. Most members kept their feet ou the ground as H. V. Kamath argued that inter-planetary travel was a scientific possibility. He was supported only by Naziruddin Ahmed, who thought the government ought to have powers over travel between planets and their satellites as well. Law Minister B. R. Ambedkar, who drafted the constitution now under discussion ended the debate by remarking that if the proposal related to matters unknown, the assembly was wasting its time discussing it. None of the members was prepared to explain how inter-planetary travel might be achieved. Cloves are dried flower buds which grow on evergreen trees of the myrtle family. Seeks Nurse Honors Ionia—Miss Gwendolyn Cagley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cagley, has been chosen by the faculty at the Allen Memorial hospital in Waterloo to compete for honors at the Iowa state nurses convention in Cedar' Rapids Oct. 18. Operates Movie Waucoma— Chet Hall of Fayette is taking over the operation of the Waucoma movie house, while the sale of same is pending. The owner, James Moore, is out of town and is reported a$ having joined the marines. NO COUPONS/ NO CASH TO SEND! ^W ! \ r- rrs so IASY TO START TOUR SUVERWARE sir TODAY r \ *> ! j V Marvelous value—and a wonderful opportunity ' " ^ ;, \ / to quickly own a beautiful and complete silver- " v *<* / ware service It's extra-heavy, Jewelry store *< s \ I quality, too! 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"Controlled Roasting," an exclusive Hills Bros, process, roasts the blend a little at a time —continuously—to insure an even roast of every coffee bean. Hills Bros. Coffee is vacuum- packed for utmost freshness. -~.«j 6 large or 9 small plums Biscuit mix Sugar 1 tablespoon shortening Grated orange rind Butter or maroarin* Halve and pit plums. Make your favorite ri'Cipe for hiscuilN or use mil, mUHn£ I rabicapimn cum shortening to <lry Inrtn-- dliMHR. Roll Into thin olilcmft sheet imtl cut Iiur> six 5-tncli square*, rincc 1 or A plum ImlvcH in center of each square. Sprinkln fruit liberally with sugar und with a little ftrntcd ornnfto rind and Juice. Dot with butter or rrmrjlarlne. Moisten edftca of dough, and press points together over fruit. Place In greased dish, brush, with milk, and bake In moderately hot oven (400* F.) about 20 minutes until lightly browned. Serve with cream or with oranfte sauce. Note: Either fresh plums or drained pitted canned plums may be used. ServB with Hills Brot. Coffe* Tr»di;r,irlu Kit. U.S. Pit. Oft. Copyrlilil 1949-Hilli Broi. Cuta, Inc. Everybody likes Hills Bros Coffee TWO GRINDS: «/ FUgulir Grind •i Drip anil GI»M -Mutter Grind GlaM-Tnak&i Grind Tenor to Open Spalding Forced JOHN CARTER Concert Series; to Cancel Tour The Mason City Community Concert Association has received nf ormation that Albert Spalding, violinist, who was to open the 1949-50 series here on Nov. 2, has 3een forced to give up his concert our because of an emergency operation. Instead, the series will open on Nov. 21 with John Carter, tenor, presenting the program. Membership cards will be mailed out 10 days prior to the first concert, Mrs. John D. Vance, executive secretary of the association, said Wednesday. Carter was previously scheduled to appear in the series as the 4th and last number of the season, April 1. A replacement for this lumber will be announced short- .y. The 2 other numbers are the Columbia Grand Opera Quartet on Jan. 30 and the pianist, Sigi Weissenberg, on Feb. 27. Carter, youthful tenor of the Metropolitan Opera association, oecame an overnight sensation when he temporarily took over Nelson Eddy's spot on the Chase and Sanfaorn Hour bnck in 1938. Radio discovered that his voice was a brilliant tenor possesses of a quality that talent scouts were pleased to describe as "vocal magnetism." During -the seasons that followed Carter became a favorite in opera. He starred s soloist for many of radio's biggest network shows such as Coca-Cola, Libby- Owens-Ford and Kellogg. At the famous Central City opera .annual festival he sang the lead in "The Bartered Bride" and' the "Barber of Seville." In 1942 he enlisted in the navy, which recognized the morale value of his voice and sent him siingiing 'round the world. He appeared on the Sunday morning "Hymn Hour" broadcasts with the Great Lakes Choir. Released from the navy in 1946, he was immediately engaged as guest soloist by the "Voice of Firestone" and "Eileen Farrell Presents." Members who have changed address arc asked to notify Mrs Vance at 124 North Federal. Also newcomers to the city who wish to be put on the membership waiting list are asked to call al headquarters or telephone 1G30. 316 Attend WMF Session Near Rake llakc — The fall convention o the W. M. F. of Blue Earth circui was held at the South Blue Eartl Lutheran church north of Rake The Rev. H. E. Jacobson of Elmore, Minn., spoke at the morning session. The prelude arid postludcs were played by Mrs. H. K. Narum Music during the morning session was presented by a women'., trio including Mrs. F. Blom, Mrs G. Larson and Miss Ellen Helgeson. Words of welcome were givei by Mrs. .Earl Helgeson and the response was given by Mrs. O. W Isaacson of Frost, Minn. A historical pageant \yilh a member from each Ladies Aid participating was given with Mrs. O Toft, circuit historian, in charge A message was given by Mrs. K Gaudrud of Mankato, Minn., pres ident oC the southern Minnesota district. The South Blue Earth Ladie i Aid served dinner in the churcl parlors at noon. The afternoon .session opened | with devotions by the Rev, A. Thompson of Blue Earth, Minn., and the Rev. Stuart Dale of the school for the blind and deaf at Faribault, Minn., gave the afternoon address. Alons Blom and Janet Jacobson played a flute duet and the W. M. F. chorus under the direction of Mrs. Allan Russel of Blue Earth sang 5 selections. "The Mission Box," a short playlette was given with Mrs. John Mikkelson, circuit mission secretary, in charge. Prayer and benediction were given by the Rev. I. Z. Hyland to close the convention. A total of 316 registered at the convention including 280 visitors. 30 delegates and 6 pastors. Mrs. Wallace Nesheim and Mrs. George Fabcr were delegates from the Liberty Lutheran at Rake. Test lor TB NorUuvood—Mrs. AHa Kra'sch- ler, county nurse, has begun the nnual search for tuberculosis in Vorth county. In co-operation vith physicians, skin tests will be •nade of any person suspected of laving been exposed to the dis- ase. Plan Adult Classes Dumout—Adult education classes sponsored by the P. T. A. will begin Oct. 31 and continue for 6 weeks. Registration will begin Oct. 24. The program includes homemaking, first aid, music, farm problems and government. Oct. 6, 1949 21 Mason City Globe-GaxetU, Muon City, H. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD Distributed by: GAMBLE ROBINSON'CO. Favorite Foods of Hollyicood Stars DICK POWELL, starring in "Mrs. Mike," n United Artists Release, says: "Corn is one of my favorite vegetables-and for freshest flavor, Honor Brand Frozen Corn can't be matched." 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