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February 26, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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FEBRUARY 26 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GRADE PLAYERS TO GIVE CONCERT 140 Boys and Girls to Take Part in Orchestra Program. .One hundred and forty boys and Kirls, the largest grade school orchestra ever assembled in the city, will give a concert at the high school auditorium Tuesday evening at 7:30. The program will be played from the Rubank auditorium collection as follows: "Loyal and True," march. "A Novelette," intermezzo. "Forest Echoes," a descriptive scene. ^ Tuba solo, selected, by Maxine Stewart. "Sweetheart," waltz. "At the Opera," operatic selection. "Parade of the Brownies." This will be played in two ways, giving a demonstration of the ability of the Ends a Cold SOONER orchestra to follow the beat of the baton. Saxophone solo, selected, by Billy McClellan. "Cathedral Chimes," a reverie. -Cornet solo, selected, by Stanley Grupp. "On the Rancli," a western episode, descriptive, introducing arrival at the depot, auto ride to the ranch, arrival at the ranch, at the rodeo, galloping horses, pistol shots, and finale. A very popular number with the members of the orchestra. The instrumentation of the orchestra ia as follows: Forty-six violins, 2 celli, 1 string bass, 30 clarinets, 1 flute, 7 saxophones,. 30 cornets and trumpets, 1 alto, 8 trombones, 3 baritones, 4 tubas, G drums and 6 pianists. Disappointment of 1844 Explained by Evangelist Griffin Evangelist R. E. Griffin, who is holding weekly services at the as- aembly room of the Y. M. C. A. Sunday night explained the prophecy upon which William Miller and Dr. Wolf based their predictions that Christ would come in 1814. Many out o£ various churches over the, whole world believed in that prediction, he said. "The prophecy," he explained, "is from Daniel 8:14, 'Unto two thousand three hundred days then shall the sanctuary be cleaned.' A day in prophecy represents a year. Num. 14:34 Ez. 4;6. The prophecy began in 457 B. C. and thus ends in 1844 A. D. "But in 1844 there was no earthly sanctuary so the cleansing refers to the anti-type of the day of atonement which came once a year and was known as the cleansing of the sanctuary. For the earthly sanctuary with all its ceremonies was only a shadow or figure of the heavenly courts in glory. Heb. 8:1-5; 9-23-27. "There were two apartments--the holy and the most holy. In the latter was the ark representing the throne of God and underneath the mercy seat, the ten commandments, indicating them to be the foundation o£ God's government--the transcript of His character." SINCE THEY MUST BE WASHED . . . Play Safe With Color-Guard Care We've gone into the science of washing--the composition of fabrics, the why's of color--because we knew that only in this way could we give you SAFETY in washing everything! Lingerie is not easy to launder. Therefore we glory in doing it. Each piece we finish is another proof that there's a way to SAVE COLOR--preserve fabric. That way is COLOR-GUARD. PHONE 600 LYONS LYONS LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS The Code of the Cabinet Maker By ENOCH Glot)-Gnzett« Back in the days before the reign of machine production I first had my quality sense developed by association with a cabinet-maker who plied his trade in a small shop not far from my home. I had occasion to watch this keen old craftsman. And the very air of the place redolent of shavings and glue and precious woods had a lure that I couldn't resist. Here was patience personified and painstaking zeal, qualities we need more of today. And the chairs and tables a n d c h e s t s o f drawers that evolved ns the weeks rolled by found eager purchasers as the fame of the cabinet-maker's skillful hands spread abroad. Was Good listener. I was a good listener in those days and an eager questioner as well and sometimes when the old man paused to re-fill his pipe he told me and showed me little tricks of the trade that brought fresh admiration for his conscientious labor. He told me with pride of his "code of ethics" though he didn't call it by that name. "I make only 'quality' goods," he said. "The best I know how to build. If the time ever comes when I can't do that I'll close up shop." In buying furniture, in later years I profited by the things I learned there as a hoy. On only one item did I stray from the quality idea, allowing price to be the determining factor. I found V. NOR EM City Editor later this was the most expensive thing we bought. This cabinet maker showed me a lot about woods and grains and their adaptability for different uses and different finishes. The matching of grains to improve on nature's own handiwork. The superiority of fastening certain parts together with wooden pins called "dowels" wedged tightly into place and firmly glued. Learned How. I learned to turn a chair upside down to inspect its workmanship and look for the corner blocks that proved it had been built to hold together tinder every stress and strain. To look for careful dove-tailing and dust proof construction in drawers and many other little points that any good dealer or salesman can easily show you if you ask them to explain the difference in price of different' pieces that look much alike unless you make close comparison. As a result I've learned to avoid cheaply constructed furniture. And the furnishings of our home, except the one piece referred to, have stood the test of years. That doesn't mean that I buy only expensive things. Cherry may answer as well as mahogany for some purposes and veneered pieces, well done, may be as useful and attractive as some "solid" construction at a higher price. But cull woods and slip-shod workmanship I now realize are expensive at any price. And so will you if you make a little study of these things and consider what you are getting--not merely what figures are on the price tag Pound of Fat a Day W.'GUEST, 73, DIES AT HOME Farmer Residing Northwest of City Succumbs to Heart Disease. Wlliam Guest, 73, died suddenly at his farm home six miles northwest of Mason City about 3 o'clock Sunday morning of heart disease. He had resided in Cerro Gordo county about five years. Mr. Guest was bora in Illinois, Feb. 18, 1861. For the past five years he had been farming- JH Lime Creek township. Surviving Mr. Guest are his wife Ida, two brothers, Robert of Mason City and Thomas of Toledo, O., two sons, W. M. and Harold at home, and four daughters, Mrs. Frank Riegler, Evansville, Ind., Mrs Charles McCluen, Frankfort, Ind , Mrs. Harry Larson, Mason City, and Mrs. C. C. Huntly, Clear Lake. Thirteen grandchildren also survive Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon The Rev. William H. Spence, pastor of the First Methodist church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will he in the Clear Lake cemetery. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER JANE TAKES A SUGGESTION THE JAD METHOD IS -MARVELOUS -SEGIfJ IT NOW AND CONDEMSEt) JAD SALTS COST ONLY 2r A DAY! rvj Take tcnspoonful New CenJtaitJ JAD Soils every morning and follow simple iiigjeations about eating. 2 JANE A F£W WEEKS LATER --YOU RE SO GRACEFUL AND SLENDER--so VITAL! I'M PROUD OF YOU, JANE Unsightly fat mcltJ away -- Ihe charm only Ihe slender person hits returns. Ripped Off Easy New Way For 14/ a Week! 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By the IAD method, you can eat ercn more than you do nowl And if normally overv,'eiaht. you can lose to 7 pounds a week this way never be hungry and feel better than you have for years. The Condensed JAD Salts keeps y £ U ,£" ?1 d K $ v , e - S c di " ary changeripj off the fatswmly.The Kra ce and personal cnarm only a alender person has, returns to you. Month 'sSttfifilyNewCoruiensed Jad Salts only 60f! Just ask for Ihe ntw Condensed JAD Salts at any drug store. JAD in this new powdered form is amazinuty economical. Amonlh'sEupply IB only 60(--you can actually lollow this scientific plan for H a week! Don't forget: Condci\tcd IAD Salts. And be Kin the JAD Method of reducing --tomorrow. The Jad Sails --remember-- is urged! 23 3 poison-banishing aaent . . . lo banish unhealthy bloating and to eliminate body mois- lurc--not as a reducingone. By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE. Dinner Serving T\vo. The Menu. Old English Eggs Buttered Spinach Corn Muffins Currant Jam Vegetable Salad Nut Cookies Coffee Old English Eg-gs.. (Serving- Two.) Two tablespoons butter, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 cup milk, 2 hard cooked eggs, sliced, V* cup grated cheese, Vi teaspoon salt, 14 teaspoon paprika, !', teaspoon chopped onion, 1 teaspoon chopped pimiento, 14 cup crumbs, 1 tablespoon butter, melted. Melt 2 tablespoons butter and add flour. Add milk, cook until creamy sauce forms. Stir constantly. Add eggs, seasouing-3 and cheese. Mix well. Pour into buttered baking dish Sprinkle with crumbs mixed with melted butter. Bake 20 minutes in moderate oven. Corn Muffins (C). One-half cup flour, % cup corn meal, 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 tablespoon sugar, / K teaspoon salt, s egg, 1-3 cup milk, i tablesooon fat, melted. Mix ingredients, beat ivell. Half fil! greased muffin pans, bake 13 minutes in moderate oven. Vegetable Salad. Tivo-lhirds cups diced cookeil beets, n cup cooked pens, i:. cua diced celery, i teaspoon chopped onion, 1 tea.spoon chopped pickle, \\ teaspoon salt, 3 tablespoons m'ay- Chill ingredients. Combine, .serve on crisp lettuce. Nut Cookies (2 Dozen.) Two-thirds cup fat, 3 cups brown sugar, 2 eggs, 3 tablespoons cream ',s teaspoon vanilla, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, ! ,i teaspoon cloves \'~ cup broken nuts, 3 cups flour, 1 teaspoon soda. Cream fat nnd sugar. Add remaining ingredients, mixing lightly Drop portions from tip of spoon on to greased baking sheets. Flatten well and bake 12 minutes In moderate oven. Thank goodness, the war scare will be over when both nations gel their appropriation for more ships. --Fountain Inn Tribune, START TRIAL OF FOfiOERY ACTION Jurors Impaneled to Hear Testimony in Case Before Beardmore. _ Testimony for the state in its action charging W. P. VVachal with forgery and uttering- a forged instrument was taken Monday afternoon before Judge T. A. Bcardmorc )n district court. Jurors impanelled to hear the case were Elizabeth Nugent Lloyd Van Note, Mrs. Lilli.-tn Southard Ernest Stebbins. .1. U. Thompson, L. J. Behm, Mrs. Myrtle Currier and Mrs. Mamie Gooder of Mason City, Winnie Siesseg-cr, Mrs Joe Johnson and Russell Sturgin of Clear Lake and Eva H u n t of Swale- dale. County Attorney M. L. Mason and Assistant County Attorney Ji. E Laird are prosecuting the case. The defendant's attorney is S. L. Haynes "It Helps Mel" Thnt's what 98 out of 100 women say after taking this medicine. Ii quiets quivering n e r v e s , gives t h e m more s ! r «5Stli before and alter childbirth, tides them over Change of Life ... makes life seem worth living again. LYDIA E. PIKKHAIH'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND CUT FLOWERS HOSES, »ozcn . . . . SI 25 CA RNATIONS. Down . . '. $ 1^5 JONQUILS, Down 8!) JOHNSTON'S F L O W E R S Aurom E'roni I'urlt AVo Teles rn pli Flo u e rs Phono 223 10 First St. X. W. Mayme Foley Enters County Recorder Race Has Taken Special "TM ELEVEN Work in Filing and Recording. -Miss Mayme Foley, 110 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Monday announced she was a candidate for the democratic nomination for county recorder of Cerro Gordo county. Miss Foley, who has been a resident of this community her entire life, took a course in filing and record work in the Chicago School of Filing and Indexing and since then she has held occupations connected with this type of work. She was filing and record clerk of the M. B. A. for several years and she also has done .similar work at the A. M. Schazilce and company offices and for the Gerard Trust company. Chicago. She also was employed for n time as cleric of the P. G. and E. 3 Clarinetists Tie and Gravelie Is Given Vote Three students tied for first place in the clarinet competition in the local solo contest of the high school Saturday. The three took a ballot and decided that Truman Gravelie should represent the local school in subdistrict competition. The other students ranking first were Merrill Gerald Allison Heads Newly Formed Hampton Catholic Study Club HAMPTON, Feb. as.--A group of young persons of high school age of St. Patrick's Cixtholic church met at the Dr. U. IV. Weeks home to organize a Catholic Youth's Study club. Gerald Allison was chosen president, Sliss Betty Caliill vice president and Marvin Sernolt, sec- i-etury-treasiirer. The purpose of the club is to further Interest and promote social We and the study ot the practices and teaching- of the Catholic church. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening March 1 at the L. J. Allison home. ' UlilDGE PARTY HELD AT WEDEMEIElt HOME Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wcdcmeicr 1124 Second street southwest, entertained a number ot friends at bridge Saturday evening- Decorations were in red, white and blue and high score prizes went to Mr and Mrs. G. E. Allbce. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. KIcmpnauer, MISS MAYMK FOLEY Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gates, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Stoyles, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bniley and Mr. and Mrs. Allbce. LIFE LONG"FRIEND' Keeps Them V\\at7O T h i s s n f o , all- Yi'KclablulaMtivu --NR--ha^ been uidupi'Mtlablorvsa pLinily iluctor (luring t l i c i r t r y i n g "afc.oi- f o r t y 1 ' yunrs. NR keeps t h e m regular-year u f l o r yonr fail l i f u l l y -- \ r i t l i Ticrcr :«iy need to increase Iho dciso. No wonder tliulr "ovunlne (ifliro'-lsiorrcofrom rompl-iinK Millions o f i i c o p l o n c k n m o t l i o n i d u f l l n * n - llablo corrective. For Nature's Komoily BtrcimtmrnsniHl regulates U i o c n l i r c i i l i m l n n - tlvotracf.sarelycarriesaway tliepoisons that bring on liiMicl- nrlles, etiklR, b ilioil.sness. Get a Mo box. All (InrfKisis'. "TT8 llVfiC" Quick relief for nciil imliKi.-s- I U l V I J lion, heartburn. Only IQc.^ Mitlignn and Richard McKwcn. There were 16 students in the clarinet competition. Orris Herfindahl was automatically qualified by last yeiu-'s ranking in the national contest. The old-time "$10 saddle on a S'JO horse" was no worse than a $15 license plate on $10 worth of portable junk.--Wisconsin Journal. Buy Your GLASSES Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday At Money-Saving 1'rloes From Liverpool! Tiros. 110 X. Kudo nil PERFECT FIT CORRECT STYLE "ROUGHLY" SPEAKING CORUCCA Is The Favorite Among New Leathers ^ .o It's one of the Spifng "roughies" t h a t chcck'.s On every 1931 style 'oinl, In grey, brown, blue, beige and black -- built-up leather liccls. X» (dot lotj h!ir,l lo lit -14-10 AAAA-ll O/ff«fW 5f«V7Cf SJOnf Mnll Ontcrt, llllrd as Compare QUALITY as price ROGERS BROS. 26 Piece Sets Service for six. Hollow handle stainless steel knives. KKGULAU VALUE $lii.aO Our Special Sale Price WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE YOUR Save On This Mukers oi' VOHS washers insist that their high standard of quality shall be maintained. 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