Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 25, 1935 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1935
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 25 | 11935 KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth Street N. E. WE DELIVER Home Owned Store of Quality Foods. THESE SPECIAS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Butter, Ib 24c Beef Tenderloin, Ib... 30c Bocon, Ib. pkg.. . . . . . 27c Pure Lard, Ib 19c Powderd Sugar, 3 IBs. 19c Pork Beans, 6 cons 29c Cherries, No. 10 can.. 47c REDEEM LUX AND RINSO COUPONS HERE WE PAY 25C TO FOR EGGS FARMERS HELEN HENDR1CKS, News Editor Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE 239 LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Indian Ceremonials Are Planned on Lake Shore Tennis Tournament, Swimming Meet, Pictures Among Camp Activities. By JOHN D. CLINTON CLEAR LAKE, July 25.--A campfire with a special Indian ceremony on the lakeshore is planned for Thursday night at the Methodist camp Epworth Leagu institute in which 1,045 delegate from 117 lowa towns and Missour. Illinois and Minnesota are repre sen ted. On Wednesday night Frank A Lindhorst of Chicago scored the hi of all evenings so far when h brought Richard Barthelmess an Lionel Barrymore and other inovi stars into the institute picture as ·^ Solved., the problem of cleansing plus disinfecting! ; *""--* i':* f r--1 '"^p^;:,:;;/ I NO HOME SHOULD EVER BE WITHOUT CLOROX Millions of women sing the praises of Clorox--its magic lightens housework. Clorox bleaches white cottons and linens snowy- white;removes stains, mildewand scorched spots from white and . color-fast cottons and linens; makes dralnboards spot' less; cleanses and deodorizes refrigerators, coolers, sickroom equipment, toilet bowls and garbage cans. And, as Clorox is concentrated, it is economical in use-a little goes a long way. just read the label-it tells the story. .»·*: CLOROX PROTECTS...IT DISINFECTS BLEACHES · REMOVES STAINS · DESTROYS ODORS · KILLS GERMS PROFIT BY USING THE WANT ADS [ERE IS FUN AND INSTRUCTION for all. 1 Solve thi* fascinating puzzle by the leading Anagram artist or the nation. Rearrange the letters of each line.There is tut one word to the line in the answer. HERMANS ON BROTHIRS MILK-A-GRAM PRIZES 1st--7 QT. COUPONS 2nd--5 QT. COUPONS 3rd--3 QT. COUPONS Delivered at 1'oar Door ANSWER TO MILK-A-GRAM NO. 5: Beautiful complexions are attained by persons who drink milk freely. WE OFFER PRIZES FOR "MILK-A-GKAM" SOLUTIONS TRY YOUR SKILL! SEND IN YOUR ANSWER TO THE ABOVE PUZZLE NOW: \Ye win pny the prize* listed herein for what we jud(e to be the .MOST ACCURATE, the NEATEST and the HOST ORIGINALLY-PREPABED solutions mailed or brought to us within five days following publication of this advertisement. In case of ties after all tests have been applied to determine best entries, duplicate awards will be paid to tying contestants. Anybody, except onr employes, may compete. It Is not necessary to make any purchase. In writing solution, use the lornj above or a separate sheet. Be »nre to inelosc your name and address. This puzxte will appear every two weeks, in the Globe- Gazette. Here Are the Winners of Our Last "MILK-A-GRAM" Contest 1st PRIZE--Mrs. F. L. Hudson, 1205 N. Wash. Ave. 2nd PRIZE--Mrs. H. J. Blewett, 680 Third St. N. E. 3rd PRIZE--Luelda A. Carlton, 902 N. Carolina Ave. PASTEURIZED MILK--SAFE AND CLEAN Ml IK, C REAM. BUTTER t COTTAGE CHEESE C. J. CASES OF THE GLOBE-GAZETTE WILL ACT AS FINAL JUDGE delegates on the screen. Lindhorst who heads the midwest region doini religious leadership work in th middle states, has conceived of th idea of building "a New World the Making" service from curren cuttings of outstanding movies. Hi has no wild-eyed idea of temperance one-sided convictions and half cocked peace propaganda, but get the best movies, runs them through a $1,000 portable talking pictur outfit, making a "Service of Wor ship" that is sound in print to ac company and tie in the cuttings. Popular Service. Mrs. Elizabeth Wallis, the dean of women for many years, has some times found difficulty in driving certain groups into the service, bu when the music of the movies start ed to come off that silver screen last night everyone came in. A stated occasions, readers were chosen, the Rev. C. G. Fort of Vinton Dr. A. A. Brooks of Cedar Rapids and the Rev. Paul Brown, Flood Creek minister, who has the Junior High institute on a course. Films shown temperance were "The Sign of the Cross," "Alias the Doctor," "Broken Lullaby." In the quiet of the hour and 15 minutes, a challenge of power as to modern faithfulness or betrayal, the heroically facing of personal practices, and war's challenge to Christian people went to 1,200 folks assembled there President H. J, Burgstahier of Cornell college was present following the evening hour when a reception was held for college youth in the Cornell cottage. Dr. and Mrs E. T. Gough of Mt. Vernon were hosts from 9 to 10. A tabulation of the towns and listricts as to delegations shows a more nearly equal representation of districts than any previous insti- 'ute. Waterloo district winch is learest to Clear Lake, is in the ead with 314 delegates from 35 ihapters. Waterloo Sends 38. Four Waterloo churches sent 38 delegates, 11 from three of them, he First church, Grace Methodist and St. Paul's M. E. Charles City lent 39 for a town record of the in- titute. The farthest district from :amp, Davenport, stands second with 262 from 30 chapters of the eague. Waterloo averages nine a delegatien and Davenport holds 8.8 as an average. This group came with the Rev. Arthur Kindred of Mechanicsville and Dr. W. G. Rowey, formerly a minister in Mason City now serving as superintendent f Davenport district. Cedar Rapids district stands third with 231 from 28 chapters, .eir delegation being 8.3 per cent rom a charge, and Dubuque dis- rict is fourth with 27 chapters, ending 209. Enrollment by districts a n d owns includes: Waterloo District -- Cedar Falls 1; Charles City, First 27, Central hurch 9 and St. Charles 3; Clear Lake 2; Dumont 2; Elma 3; Fredericksburg 6; Greene 8; Hampton ; Iowa Falls 4; Jesup 18; Little :edar 8; Mason. City, First 16, Oli- ·et 7; Nashua 3; New Hampton 2; Northwood 1; Nora Springs 12; Osage 11; Plainfield 11; Plymouth Riceville 15; Flood Creek 1; Rockford 14; Rockwell 3; E-udd 7; Sheffield 15; Shellrock 15; St. Ansgar 17; Waterloo (including Linden church, 5), 38, and V/averly 8. From Davenport Unit. Davenport district--Anainosa 6 Bennett 4; Brandon 14; Camanche 3 Center Junction 12; Central City 5 Clarence 10; Clinton, Lyons church and First church 16; Davenport 23 HopWnton 5; DeWitt 8; Hale 6 Iowa City 12; Low Moor 1; Ma quoketa 3; Monticello 3; Marion 3 McCausland 14; Mechanicsville 4 Miles 3; Monmouth 4; Mt Vernon 23; Olin 12; Rowley 4; Solon 3; Vin ton 10 Tipton 11; Urbana 7; Wes Branch 21, and Wyoming 12. Cedar Rapids district--Ackley 1 Cedar Rapids-Evan 3; St. Paul's 9 Trinity 17; St. James 2; Beaman 13;' Belle Plaine 13; Blairstown 3 Conrad 12; Dike 16; Eldora 7; Glad brook 6; Grundy Center 24; Gilman 5; Iowa Falls 10; LaPorte City 5 Laurel 3; Marshalltown 29; Minerva 2; New Hartford 7; Melbourne 1 Palo 3; Parkersburg 10; Rein beck 2; Tama 7; Toledo 4; Vinton 9 and Whitten 8. Dubuque district--Arlington 4 Chester 8; Cresco 19; Decorah 3 Delhi 7; Dubuque 13; Earlville 11 Epworth 4; Fairbank 4; Fayette 10 Hawkeye 7; Hazleton 6; Independence 23; Lime Springs 1; Manchester 5; Maynard 3; McGregor 8; Oel wein 25; Oneida 2; Randalia 9: Stanley l Stdawberry Point 6; Sumner 8; Waukon 5; West Union 10 and Winthrop 4. Feed an Army. Half of the crew eats in half an hour at the dining hall three times daily and Mrs. Crynes of Ames as chief. The other- half lives in varied ways as Mrs. Crynes comes from a college co-op house, as does Mrs. Belden at Peacock Roost, the Fayette cottage. Down in the Stanwood, Clarence, Mecvhanicsville tent, section, the preachers" wives are dieticians while the Rev. James Delahooke of Stanwood seems to get the most frequent call as supervisor 01 water bucket delivery. The army at the dining hall eats faithfuly on. Eight gallons of cookec cereal, 54 loaves of bread and 15 pounds of butter, two cases of oranges ana two bunches of bananas were consumed at one break- fast. They talk about a dally jam, it takes 30 pounds, together with 25 pounds of peanut butter on the side, for one meal. If it is a day for weiners, 1,200 are consumed at one sitting, and it takes 45 dozen eggs every time the breakfast calls for that item. A dinner set-up takes 145 pounds of meat with'3 boilers, 220 pounds of potatoes, flooded with 9 gallons of gravy and accompanied by one- third of the 50 gallons of milk required daily. Other big items are. 13 gallons of cocoa, 40 gallons of ice tea, 20 gallons of ice cream and through it all, a sifting of a one hundred pound sack of sugar. Choose Life's Work. In Dr. Rowley's "Choosing a Life Work" class of 130, 40 were decided as to their careers. 19 went for homemaking, 18 for teaching, 13 for nursing, 8 for medicine, 7 for music, journalism and stenography, three for dietician, for aviators, one for air hostess, two for beauty specialists and one lor forestry. Dr. Schwartz is working on the uplift of folks and Wednesday morning he challenged folks to walk on their gold instead of allowing it to be their boss. "God couldn't afford to risk some people in heaven, for if he turned them loose they would tear up the pavements," he stated. Starts in the institute tennis matches were well under way with Wendell Brown of Marshalltown being the first player able to down Laxamana of the Philippine islands. Other winners of their matches were Grover Rollett, Marshalltown, Herbert Osincup of Waverly, Foster Beck of Blairstown and Earl Ml- chols. Swimming meets are set for Friday afternoon at 2:30 with Otis Moore, the lifeguard in charge. BIBLE SCHOOL PLANS CONCERT Minnesota Choral Group to Give Concert in Hall o f L O . O . F . CLEAR LAKE, July 25.--A concert will be presented by the -Minnesota Bible University Choral club 8 o'clock at the I. 0. 0. F. hall Wednesday evening:, July 31, under the auspices of the Church of Christ. A silver offering will be taken to help defray expenses. The choral club of which Harold Buckles, pastor of the church, is a former member, travel in its own 3-1 passenger Greyhound bus which is equipped with loud speakers. There will be about 30 in the party which sings here. Return engagements have been requested wherever the group has appeared. Floyd Jones, the organizer and tenor vocalist, gave up a brilliant operatic and concert career for Christian work. For seven years he conducted the music for evangelistic meetings all over the country. It was while he was helping in a meeting in St. Paul, that he was first invited to sing in the Minnesota Bible college. Seeing the need and great challenge that the location offered for the building of a Bible training school, he decided to help the col- D A D If THEATER I /V l\ Ix Clear Lake THURSDAY -- FRIDAY " C A R 9 9 " Fred MacMurrny - Sir Guy Standing Ann Sheridan ADULTS lie - - - CHILDREN lOc HE DOESN'T GIVE ALL THE CREDIT to fresh air and exercise Penetrating splashes of sunlight carefully mixed with a dash of exercise make a powerful health potion. But this gentleman gives plenty of credit to his daily breakfast of Shredded Wheat. Shredded Wheat is not only a delightful, appetizing meal, but a. health-building one as -well. Gives you the minerals, carbohydrates and vitamins which are so necessary to the human body. EDDED HEAT Ask fot the package showing the picture of Niagara Falls and th« red N.B.C Uoecdi Seal 'NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY "Uneeda Bakers" MARSDEN'S The Only L G. A. Store in Mason City PHONE 2414 WE DELIVER 1452 N. FEDERAL I. G. A. MEAT AND GROCERY Round and Sirloin STEAK, Ib Large WIENERS, 2 Ibs... Barbecued RIBS, Ib Fresh HAMBURGER, Ib.. 25c 35c 23c 15c Beef, Ib 18c ROAST, Ib. Home Made BOLOGNA, Ib. . . Bacon SQU4RES Ib Young HENS. Ib 15r 18c 25c 19r FARMERS: Let us fill your threshing orders for Groceries and Meats. FREE Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFEE A Knife with 4 Mb. jars/per Ib. A Spoon attached to each 2-lb. jar, " A Fork attached to each 3-ib. jar, lege then contemplating moving to humble quarters. In 1932 after the incorporation of the Minnesota Bible university Mr. Jones was chosen president of the organization. Since then the school has made much progress and in February the bonded indebtedness of the school was wiped away. Under his leadership a strong music department has been developed with voice, piano and theory studies offered. The first choral club trip was made in May 28, 1933 through Iowa and Minnesota. Today the entire club of about TO members is divided into two units for concert work. Aged Chicago Preacher Writer of Book, Visits at S. M. Stenby Home CLEAR LAKE, July 25.--The Rev. Fredrick Ring of Chicago, who is a houseguest of his daughter, Mrs. W. F. Ingraharo, Mason City, was a caller at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Stenby, West Division street. When a young man of 20 Mr. Stenby was working with the Rev. Mr. Ring who was then preaching in Oslo, Norway. Both came to the United States in the year of 1882. The Rev. Mr. Ring recently published a book entitled "Reiser of Oplevelsen," travels and experiences written partly in Norwegian, in which he has published letters he has received from Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Herbert Hoover 'and pictures of the Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha of Norway. There is also a sketch in the book concerning the Rev. S. M. Stenby. Mr. Ring is 86 years old and has retired from his pastorate in the Norwegian Methodist church in Chicago. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--W. C. T. U. bake sale at Butz grocery. Star club picnic at State park. Eden Farm club at Walter Wood home. ,, Linger Longer club at Mrs. Emma Kimball home, North East', street. Mixed dance at Surf ballroom. Harvey Cox and his Montana Cowboys playing. Christian Workers at Mrs. J. o. Anderson home. Saturday--Band concert at city park. Dance at Surf ballroom. Dance at Clear Lake Country club, Art Maro and his continental orchestra and vocalist playing. TURN TO PAGE 18 Additional Clear Lake News Will Be Found on Page 18. Large Size NEW POTATOES PER PECK . . BAG $1.19 EARL'S FRUIT MARKET 19c 1630 SOUTH FEDERAL 400 PAIRS Men's WORK PANTS COVERTS -COTTONADES MIXTURES - STRIPES BLUE-CHECKS All Sizes DRESS SHIRTS Mr. Raizes p i c k e d these out while in New York and wired us to sell them at 2 For $1.25 THESE ARE VALUES! 67 STRAW HAT VALUES One big lot men's dress Straw Hats. Values up to $1. OVERALLS 69 Good Weight, Blue Denim or Liberty Stripe. ALL SIZES WORK SHIRTS Men's fine quality blue or g r a y chambray, good cut--coat styles. SIZES TO 17 39 MEN'S SEERSUCKER PANTS 87c LADIES' BATHING SUITS 100% ALL WOOL Special Close-Out One Big Lot Salesman's Samples LADIES' BATHING SUITS Values $ fl .87 Up to $4 : * CHILDREN'S PLAY SUITS AND SUN SUITS 12c GROCERY SPECIALS FREE ACTION PICTURES "FAMOUS CIRCUS PERFORMERS 0* BACK OF EVERT PACKAGE OF WHEATIE$19 Red Cherries, M O c No. 10 Can TtO COCOANUT, Fancy Shredded \I"9 C Pound 1. I CRACKERS, 4 f f c 21b. Box M.A Toilet Tissue 5 Rolls 15' PORK BEANS Jack Sprat, Ib. Can, 6 for _ Dill Pickles, -j E Quart Jar JL2r ICED! Brown Label Black or Japan Green H.IF Poundi SARDINES--Booth's in Tomato Sauce or Mustard, Q c Large Can ** Laundry Soap, -f f| r 10 Bars J.H CANNING · MASON Quarts, Dozen, 75c; Covers, Dozen, 21c SUPPLIES H JARS Pints, Dozen, 65c; Jar Rubbers, 3 Dozen, lOc DEPARTMENT STORE 215-301 S. Federal Ave. Free Delivery Phone 434

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