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FEBRUARY 17 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTH Chinese Converts of Mrs. McPherson Greet Her With Enthusiasm , SHANGHAI, Feb. 17. (,'P)--Aimec Somple McPherson, Los Angeles- evangelist, announced while leading a spirited revival meeting; here today she was seeking a permanent property in Shanghai upon which to erect a miniature Angelus temple. She asserted it was one of her proudest moments to be able to stand before her Chinese converts and call them "brothers and sisters." Shb was rewarded with enthusiastic shouting and singing in Chinese. 11 HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDEH GEORGE A Washing-tail's Birthday Luncheon Cherry Cocktail Continental Croquets Buttered Peas Shield Rolls Currant Jam Stuffed Tomato Salads Colonial Cheese Wafers Washington Pies Coffee Salted Nuts Continental Croquets, Serving S. 1 cup chopped cooked veal l',i cups chooped cooked pork V- cup chopped ham (cooked) 5 tablespoons butter 2 cups milk 1 teaspoon salt \\ teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons chopped onions 2 tablespoons chopped parsley 3 tablespoons finely chopped celery 1 egg Melt the butter and add the flour. Add the milk. Cook until very thick sauce forms. Stir constantly. Add rest of ingredients. Mix well and cool. Dip tablespoons of the mixture into the egg and crumb mixture. Egg and Crumb Mixture. 2 egg yolks or 1 egg 2 tablespoons cold water 2 cups rolled cracker crumbs Beat egg yolks and water, Dip veal mixture into the crumbs, then into the egg mixture and again into the crumbs. Shape into cones. Chill and when ready to serve fry until brown, in deep hot fat. Insert little red, white and blue cockades and serve at once. Washington Tics. V- cup butter 1 '/· cups sugar 1 cup milk 3 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla '/·i teaspoon lemon extract . !/i teaspoon salt ('*' cups pastry Hour It s'Sli. *. eas P° ons baking powder ·^.^.i'W.ear,i the,,butter and sugar. Add 1 -'the rest of ingredients and beat 3 minutes. This beating is very Important. Half fill greased muffin pans and bake 15 minutes in a moderate oven. When cool, insert filling. Filling. · Vj cup sugar 5 tablespoons flour \'s teaspoon salt 2 cups milk 2 eggs, beaten 1 teaspoot. vanilla \'\ teaspoon lemon extract 1 tablespoon butter. Blend the sugar, flour and salt. .Adcl the milk and eggs. Cook until " Lnick and creamy. (Cook in double boiler.) Stir frequently. Add the rest of the ingredients. Beat and ., chil. Spread portions on the split v'f "pies." Replace the tops. Top with whipped cream arKl insert tiny silk fla.i.s. ^Try This Simple Method / For Blackheads ·' If you are troubled with these un/ Rightly blemishes, get two ounces of Calonite powder from any drug 1 store. Sprinkle a little on a hot, wet cloth and rub over the blackheads. In a. few minutes every blackhead. big or little, will be dissolved away entirely. Mahlstaclt Is Elected President of Group at Methodist Church William Mahlstadt, 1220 Mas.^n chusetts avenue northeast, WHS elected president of tlio Men's Brotherhood at the regular monthly meeting at the Olivet Methodist church Monday evening. He succeeds H. E Payne, 235 Twenty-fifth street southwest, who asked to be relieve;! because of the press of other duties. Other officern were all re-elected. Milton Sherman is vice president Joe Wenrich. treasurer and L. C. Posy is secretary. A talk on citizenship was given by R. L. Jackson and the Rev. William Galbreth presented a set of stereoplican slides on George Washing-ton. Mrs. Carney Funeral Rites Are Announced Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Earl Carney, 920 Monroe avenue northwest, who died Monday, were arranged for 9:30 o'clock Wednesday morning at Holy Family Catholic church in charge of the Rev. R. P. Murphy and with burial in St. Joseph's cemetery. Rosary was announced for S o'clock , Tuesday night at the home. Mrs. Carney is survived by her husband, her father, John Conley, throe sisters, Mrs. W. Hicks and Mrs. Irving Elstad, both of Mason City, and Mrs. Harry Fry, Thief River Falls, Minn., and three brothers, George Conley, Mason City, Early Coniey, Minneapolis, and Jack Conley, Eau Claire, Wis. Automobile and Street Car Collide on Second A Mason City Baking company truck driven by Fred Walkenhmier and a Clear Lake streetcar collided on Second street southwest about G:10 o'clock Tuesday morn- Ing, according to police records. Some damage was done to both the car and the automobile. AT THE HOSPITALS Charles Rohr, 551 Seventh street southeast, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Monday. Rodney Nelson, Crystal Lake, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Monday following a major operation. Mrs. C. W. Htibbard. 101 Linden drive, was admitted to Park hospital Monday for a' major operation. Neil Kahl. rural, was admitted to Park hospital for n major operation Modany. Mrs. L. Funk, 1G09 Delaware avenue northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Monday. Mrs. Sarah. Yoseloff, 718 Adams avenue southwest, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Monday. Mrs. H. O. Young, Thornton, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed .Saturday. Mrs. .lames Birdvvell, 029 Ninth street northeast, was admitted lo Mercy hospital for treatment Monday. Miss Esther Wertenbach, 1116 Third street northwest, who underwent a major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Monday. Omahii Man Found Dead CHICAGO, Feb., 17. (.-PI--Peter Travers, 05, Omaha, a fur dealer, was found dead in his bed in a downtown hotel today, apparently a victim of heart disease, lie was here on a business trip. Teacher I;; III. . CORWITII--Miss Alberta Mitchell is absent from her school duties on account of illness. Mrs. Burdetto Beers is teaching for her. Ed L. Wliilo Improves. ROCK FALLS--Ed L. While, who has been ill since the holidays, is improving: and is now able to be about the house part of each day. Lapiner MotDI? Co. HUbSON-KSSEX SALBS'AM) SERVICE I'hone I18S The Brightest Corner in Town 117 S. Delaware Lake HELEN z - t News Kdltor Kesidmco Phone 340W OFFICE PIIONK I'iione 238 I.KE DKWIGGINS Circulation mill Advertising Itcsidcnce I'honc 7 BUILD MODERN WAREHOUSE AT CLEAR LAKE ·"zsf^T L F o u r S i d e d Declam Meet to Be H e l d Lake Contestants to Speak at Belmond, Garner and Britt. CLEAR LAKE. Feb. 17.--All of the contestants who participated in home declamatory contest will speak in the quadrangular contest to be held Wednesday evening at Britt. Belmond, Gainer and Clear Lake. Clear Lake students who placed first in the home meet will speak in the contest at Clear Lake: the seconds will go to Belmond: the thirds will go to Garner and the fourths will go to Britt. Those from here who will take part at Belmond include Bernard Ploy, Feme Brooks, and Dorothy Clock. The program for the local contest includes contestants from each of* the four towns. In oratorical, Paul Higdon will speak "The Unknown Soldier;" Densel Tompkins. ''The Masterful Mind of Ages:" Lois Tiasfoi'd, "The Man Nobody Knows," and Marvin Winnie of Clear Lake, "The Constitution." Clolhilde Phillippe. local contestant, with "If I Were King," will be the last speaker in the dramatic division. Others who will speak are Kathryn Blake with "The Lilac Lady;" Ruth Hale with "The Death Disc;" and Miriam Love with "Benefit;! from God." Delores Anderson with "Beauty ia Skin Deep,'.' who is the local entrant, is the first speaker of the group. Others, in this section are Alice Duffus, "Maw at the Basketball Game:" Jessie Elder, "Maw at the Races," and John Engstler, "A Baseball Story." Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, Norlhwood. has been chosen as critic judge. The program will begin at 8 o'clock. Willard Memorial Is Observed by W.C.T.U. CL^.-U". LAKE, Feb. 17.--A slight change has been made in the program for the annual Willard Memorial silver tea which is being given by the members of the W. C. T. U. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. A. Knutson is the hostess to the affair at her home on North Third street. "Cross Roads of the Pacific Helped by the Willard Memorial Dollar" will be the topic for dis- ''iiKsion by Mrs. J. C. Davenport. Mrs. D. H. Culver will talk on "The WilHrd Memorial Fund Working in Vie West Indies." Mrs. Chappell will In Ik of "The Association Against the Prohibition Amendment." Mrs. Knutson will speak of the need of supporting m-ohibition at the present time. Mrs. L. S. Dorchester will speak on the Ionic. "Organizing With Frances Willnrd in ]883." Mrs. C. A. Pease will sing a solo and Mrs. D. E. Kenyan and Mrs. A. C. Runcie will sing a. duet. This meeting is open to the public. Tea will be served after the program. Hold Dancing 1'nrty. CLEAR LAKE. Feb. 17.--The T. O. O. F. Dancing club is planning ti party Wednesday night at the T. O. O. F. hall. This will be one of the · regular fortnightly affairs of the organization. It will not be in b a r d time costume. R LAKE, Feb. 17.--One of the most modern structures in north^~- era Iowa for garage and warehouse purposes has been completed by the Peoples Gas and Electric company, on the corner of State and East streets. The building faces the south, having two large entrances on the front, one to the north and a small door to the east. In the background of the picture can be seen the sitb-station containing the transformers and circuit breakers from which all of the local lanes lend. The building contains a new type of heating system which is expected to become more popular in this section of the country with the coming of natural gas. Four heaters are suspended from the ceiling which automatically control the temperature of the room. A gas burner heats a nest oi tubes and a fan at the rear of the burner in turn blows the hot air into the room. There are also three safety features to the aparatus which prevent fire and suffocation by gas. The temperature of the room is kept at oO degrees by the closin^ of a valve The building, which is 40 by 80 "feet, is being used as a garage for the line department utilities and storehouse for heavy equipment. It is furnished with a trolley-beam with chain and hoist for unloading heavy supplies. ° ·* The structure i;i built of Denison matt-faced hollow brick with feather weight Haydate roof slab*, 2 by G feat, and reinforced concrete floor making the whole building entirely fireproof. A feature of convenience to the employes is the shower baths with hot and cold water. Roger Kirk, 314 Georgia avenue northeast, Mason City, was the foreman of the job. Only Clear Lake men were employed, 30 men beiu^ the most used at any one time. Mr. Kirk is now directing the job of reconstructing the ilum across the creek on Pennsylvania avenue southeast Mason City. The building is being maintained by the local P G and H office under the management of A r t h u r Johnson. Zion Lutherans Get Former Donald Rosenbauer, Infant, Dies After Few Weeks Illness CLEAR LAKE. Feb. 17.--Donald Leroy, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George RosenbDuer, died this morning at 8:30 o'clock in Clear Lake. This is the only child of the family, which resides on a farm north of Ventura. The child was eight months old Feb. 11. Flu meningitis, from which he had been suffering for the last three weeks, was the cause of his death. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at the Mrs. Carl Bitkei- borne. Clara street. at 12:30 o'clock and at 1 o'clock at the Methodist church with the Rev. J. R. Tumbleson officiating. Mrs. Rosenbauer was formerly Gladys Bitkei-, daughter of John Bilker. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Wednesday -- Clear Lake Co-Operative Livestock Shipping association has annual meeting at Meth- Dinner served at odist church. noon. Prances Willard silver tea sponsored by the W. C. T. U. at the home- of Mrs. C. A. N o r t h Third street. Knulson, Wash or Alcmltr. «ny car SI. De Bruyn Super Service. L. M. tJ:tH:umn is spending Hit- week in DCS Moines in attendance of the Retail Clothiers convention. Kenneth Callanan is working in the store din-ins; his absence. Wanted to Kent--A house. B. C. Layman. Ph. 32F11. Wii-Tun-Yi; crlnb members met Monday evening at the Lions cafe for dinner. A business meeting fol- loxved in which last minute plans were laid for the card narty. Special--Honey packed facial Eastern Star supper in the Masonic temple at 6 o'clock. Lions club meets at the Lions cafe. Wa-Tan-Ye bridge b e n e f i t at the library assembly rooms. Quadrangular declamatory contest at the high school. Thursday-- Twentieth Century c l u b meets at the hcme of Mrs. !·' p Walker, North Second. street. " Crescent club meets at the home of Mrs. W. W. Choatc. North Third street. Man Lutheran father and aon banquet at the church. Methodist picnic supper in church basement at (i o'clock. Sorosis club meets at the home of Mrs. re. B. Stillmnn, North Third street. Catholic Daughters America meet at the church at 7--ir. for business meeting-. Friday--Clear Lake vs. Forest C i t y high school basketball at. the Community building. Luke township Farm Bureau meets at Charles Sclimoll home Tor all day meeting. $1.23 50c. Scalp and nerve treatment! D', £ p no Royal Barber and Beauty IXltCS IO1" OmaJl O "Goes in 4 Weeks" Avoid Dangerous Operation "Ynur four weeks home t r r a t t n e n t enderl my goitre."-- M r s . J. \\. Spencer, A t l i c a . Ohio. "My doctor said operate. But by ymir treatment I e n d e d my poitre in 1 m o n t h . was .1 3"cars a^n. Goitre never r e turned. 1 ' -- Mrj. W. A. Pease, Creston, B. C. End Goitre Quick at Home d rohres . Many s Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Merle- Sranlon have returned to their collage at West North street, Clear Lake, after spending the winter in the Kirk apartments. Mason .City. Ira Sc'lmll, Brill, entered the Mercy hospital. Mason City, today for a major operation. Mr. and -Mrs. Kenneth I*. Kiggs, Clarksvillo, ara the parents of a bov born Friday, Feb. 13. Mrs. Riggs will be remembered as Geneva Wallis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Wallis, 520 North Caroline street. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Woodfnrd plan to leave Wednesday for Glendale, Cnl. Thay will visit at the home of Mrs. Woodford's sister, Mrs. Fred Lovell until spring. Men Past 60 Claimed to Have Confessed to Safe Blowing Charge KEARNEY, Nefor., Feb. 17. -T-Two men, both more than 60 years old, were arrested here in connection with blowing open the safe of t h e Hildreth, Nebr., postoffice safe and robbing it of l?2r.50 early today. Officers said the men had confessed. They were arrested here within an hour after the safe robbery, and pave the names of .T. B. Start, Kansas City, Kans., and John Anderson, Troy, Kans. 20[),000 people h a v e t r e a t e d home this easy, h a r m l e s s way. Koilrcs ended in 4 tvreks r v e n though other methods h a d f a i l e d . P i g 44-pxae i l l u s t r a t e d TREE H O O K hy B a t i k Creek G o i t r e Specialist I ell a how to end g o i t r e quick. . T p j i y i » f l * n i T f f a i m c n t and A t f ^ l i o r y Co, I Ofiflft Binborn Eldg., Battls Crerh, M k h . | i n o r n g . , a s r e r , . I fleculmftFUEKhook firm lo K n r t O o l t r e Quick i | at Home without Danger or Operation, I , N. m ,____ ---- j L j»rm ---- __. ------ ._ ------ . ___ | Hoover Signs Bill to Cut Hours of Postal Employes to 44 Week WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. (/P-- Presidenl Hoover today signed the bill fixing working hours for poatal employes at 44 hours a week. Announcing his approval, he said he intended to sent! to congress a recommendation that a comm : .?sion or the regular committees of congress investigate means of increasing postoffice revenues. "At the present time," the President said, "it appears that the post- office department will have a deficit oC approximately $100,000,000." OI1 Chicago Pastor for Talk Thursday. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 17.--The nn- nuul father and son banquet for members of the Zion Lutheran church will be held in Use church basement Thursday evening. A good program has been arranged. Carl Johannessen will act as loaslmaster, while John Lungrcn wil give the welcome address to the boys. Clifford Vik will give the response. The address of the evening will be given by tlie Rev. J. A. M. [-Underlie, pastor of the Immaruiel Lutheran church, Forest City. The Rev. Mr. Hinderlie served as pastor of the St. Timothy church, Chicago, liefore taking this parish in Forest The Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl will bring a greeting from the father and sons of the Trinity Lutheran church, Mason City. At the affair last year the Rev. T. P. Solem, Osagc, addressed ."00 dads and lads and an increase in this number is iioped for this year. Max Olson will lead the community singing and also sing a solo. Stanley Anderson will play a violin solo. Stanley Wick will play a piano solo and the boys and quartet of the junior choir will present sever al selections. The Ladies Aid which is sponsoring the dinner has tickets on sale by Mrs. David Swift or they may be purchased at the door. Any man in the congregation who has no pon hut who wants to take a youth may do so by calling the Rev. H. O. Urness, the pastor. Red Cross Relief Fund Reaches $228.26 Mark CLEAR LAKE, Fel. 17. The Red Cross relief f u n d Tor the stricken region;! of the country continues to grow in Clear Lake. Previously reporlr.;] $ l l l . i i O Kd Trcflin 5.00 illrs. r.nvclla Morrison 1.0(1 Airs. Slyrii Navlor l.flll ngrcgiiMnnal church (add.) a.flO Oliver Hragcr .· 2.110 Junior Iftfrh Ciirl Hi-serves.. 2.7fi iiOGS IS BOUND GRAND JURY Two Boys Held to Juvenile Court; One Case Is Dismissed. Ansel Briggs, 21, arrested early Monday morning with three others, was bound over to the grand j u r y with his bond set at $2,500 when ha appeared at police court Tuesday s morning. Briggs was charged with breaking and entering. Briggs, in company wilh two brothers, Kenneth and Gerald, 18, and a boy who first gave his name as Joseph Carlson but later as Ronald Ashby, 18, had stored in their rooms at MB Thirteenth street northeast, an assortment of overcoats, blankets, flashlights, eleclric grills, brief ci'.ses and m a n y other articles. Several things laken in the rooms have been identified by owners'us goods lost during the past few weeks. Gerald Briggs and Ashby are being held to the juvenile court. Kenneth Briggs was dismissed following investigation. The men said they were from Centervillc. Two of them were employed by a local packing plant. Nick Vukovich, Lehigh row, was fined §10 and costs on a. charge of intoxication. He was arrested Monday night when he caused a disturbance al his home. Joe Thomas, St. Paul, who forfeited a 515 bond for failing to appear to answer a charge of disorderly conduct. Feb. 0, was not Joe Thomas, 203 Second street south- cast, according to police records. Senator Brookhart Pays Social Visit to Pinchot HARRISBURG, Pa., Feb. IT. f/T) -Senator Smith W. Brookhart, Iowa, called on Gov. Gifford Pinchot today- Both said their meeting 1 was purely of a social nature. Senator Brookhart has been speaking in Pennsylvania. Over The Week End Goes Pain :mtl Agony of Rloimy I5ii«k If It. Doesn't, Says Iliixtnblo Drug Co. 1/arge 8 O/.j Bottle 85c. NfiW 4S HOUR TREATMENT Here's the new s w i f t way to drive Uric Acid from your joints and muscles and free your body from Rheumatism, Sciatica and Neuritis --many call it the weekend treatment--and it is particularly valuable to those who cannot afford to lose time thru the week. Stiut to take Allenru as directed on Friday night and keep to bed as much as possible till Monday morning--Allenru acts with double speed when the sufferer is relaxed and resting. Allenru is a powerful yet harmless medicine--free from narcotics --you can't depend on mild medicines to overcome stubborn rheumatic conditions and handy relievers used only lo stop pain won't get the uric acid out of your joints. Allenru is sold by Huxtablc Drug Co. and all modern druggists America over--an 8 07.. bottle for 85c-- and guaranteed lo do as advertised or money back. BRO THER .J'HONE KS4 A I'PKKC'IATK YOUB ORDERS CREAMERY, POUND 10-POUND RAG (Cane) SOLID PACK. LARGE OKDKK QUALITY MEATS HEKE--SPUING LAMBS, SELECT UKKF, FANCY SKINNED I'IKE, CJUCKISNS, FANCY VE2AI,, 1'OKK, IOWANA IIACON', HALF SLAB, POUND 3iio IOWANA, 2 POUNDS LARGE, DOZEN , .Js 522K.2B of Mr. and Mrs. Gray to Be Held Thursday CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 1 7.-Funeral services for Henry William, the one year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cray, will be belt! al 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon al the W F Paul home. The small son died 'this morning at the home of bis parents following a three days' illness from indigestion. Mrs. Gray was Marjorie Paul before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Gray have one other child Henry William was their youngest child. 48 Are Entertained at A. C. Runcie Home CLEAR L A K K , Feb. 17.- -About 40 Library Rending club members and guests participated in their social gathering Monday night. Dinner was served ,it G:30 o'clock by members of the Kion Lutheran Aid society at the basement of the church. The tables were prettily decorated with tall red tapers while individuals also received tiny lighted I candles as favors. Valentine decor- ' ations were carried o cups and placocards. The group adjourned to the home of Mrs. A. C. Runcie for a social evening., games, riddles and NEURITIS CONQUERED. "J ti;iri n c r i r t f i s sn li H i n t . I c o u l d n o t l ; i i ; r .·'.nil", n a i i l Mrs. Oni I . n i c e . C l a y l o n . N e a r Q i i I I I . " I t n f f f c t c i l m y l : a n i l j o i n l t i :uul J I V : I K h Ir^.s. K n n j o t a s n l v c i l I i r n l l l i n r n b l u m far, i n w e c k K , t h e liiiii:i o f H f l u M - I - I C ^ o n o a n d f c o u M n b o n l w i t h o u t t r n i i l . I i - " I I I ' X T A l i l . K DIM (i STdllK i n ; -sn. i-'rirr-nii .\\ n^iiui ril.v, l o u n contests comprised entertainment. the evening's PARK THEATE TUESDAV -- WKDNESDAV O-O-O: THKII.LS! "THE CAT CREEPS" anil Norma Shearer in "THE DIVORCEE" BICJ DOIJitI,*; SHOW The bridge across the Mississippi River between Wabnsha, Minnesota and Nelson, Wisconsin, was open to traffic January 1st. This bridge provides a connection between Minnesota State Highway No. ,'i ami Wisconsin State Highway No. 35. It opens up the shortest route between ' Knu Claire, Wisconsin and Rochester, Minnesota, thereby providing direct communicating facilities between Central, Ra.stern and Northern Wisconsin, .Southern and Western Minnesota. South Dakota, Iowa and points South and West. SAVE TIMK A N D MM.KS TIl.VVEIJ.VG milKCT KOIJTKS ] VIA W A I t A S I l A TO 1'OINTS NORTHEAST OK SOUTHWEST WEDNESDAY SPECIAL If Vein Ijlsr I n Suv-c Mnnny--Do Your Shnjuiiiij; Here. Younjf M u t t tin Shoulder ROAST 8c Ib. Fresh PORK HOCKS 8clb. Fresh PORK HEARTS 3'/ 2 c Ib. Young, Tender STKAIC 100% PURE LARD 9clb. Loin B;id SPARE RIBS 8'Aclb. Mild Cured FANCY PICNICS 12i/ 2 clb. [NC. 105 S. FI-;n. 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