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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 13 Â· 193B THIRTEEN HOPPE-HALWEG CRESCO--The Rev. L. W. Moencn, pastor of the Immanuel Lutheran church of Cresco, offi- ciated at the marriage of Miss El len Marie Halweg, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Otto Halweg of New Ore gon, south of Cresco, to Kerml W H O L E F A M I L Y ' S favorite cereal! Wheat and Oats -- t h e best of both. Doubly nutritious. Doubly delicious. Try it for. a brand-new breakfast treat.' Cooks in 3 minutes. At ail Hoppe, son of Mrs. Arthur Hoppc of east of Cresco. Attendants were Henry Halweg, brother of the bride, and Adeline Hoppe, sister o the bridegroom. The couple will re side on a farm near Cresco. _*_ Will Spend Month. DOUGHERTY--Mrs. W. C. Nix of Greene came Sunday to spent a month at the home of her sister Mrs. VxL. Riggins. S P E C I A L FOR SUNDAY DINNER Ham Pork Roast 25c Spare Ribs 15c Fresh Side Pork 17c Beef Roast . . llVzc Sirloin Steak. . . 15c Round S t e a k . . . 18c Rib Boil 10c Beef Sausage.. , . 8c Lard 12c Home-Made Bologna GROCERIES 55c 54c CRISCO, 3 Ibs Hills Bros. COFFEE, 2 Ibs No. 2'/i Libby's Fancy BARTLETT PEARS, 2 for. No. 2 Vz Libby's Sliced YELLOW CLING PEACHES, 2 for. . G. G R U P P Good Food Good Service 401 S. Federal Phone 23 Central P. T. A. Hears Address by Evron Karges Evron Karges or the Y. M. C. A. spoke on "Growing Up with Our Children" at a meeting of the Central P T. A. Thursday afternoon at the school. "Children are an important part of the home and should be treated as individuals," he said Mary Jean Grupp and Eleanor Lewis played piano solos and Margaret O'Donnell and Imogene McGinty danced, assisted by a chorus. During the business meeting, Mrs. Victor E. Young announced a bake sale for March 21. The president was authorized to appoint delegates to the Ft. Dodge meeting. Mrs. Claude Whitney, secretary, read the minutes of the board meeting, including the appointment of the nominating committee, comprising Miss Haze! Coon, Mrs. George Ludeman and Mrs. Ted Factor. Refreshments were served by the .mothers of Miss Marguerite Leutenegger's room with Mrs. L. Ady and Mrs. E. D. McDowell in charge. .;. , Mrs. W. R. Hamilton Gives Talk on Trip to Alaska for Club Tusalata cluh met for dinner Thursday evening at the Y W. C. A. and later heard a talk by Mrs. W. R Hamilton on her trip to Alaska Mrs. Hamilton pointed out that Alaska is 500 times as large as Shode Island and that the United States paid Russia more than 7 mil- ion dollars for Alaska. She spoke of various points of interest includ- ng Skagway, Juneau and Sitka and described her boat trip. Plans were discussed to send delegates to the midwinter business and industrial girl conference Saturday at Cedar Rapids. Announcement was made of the nationwids msiness girls dinner to be held at he Y on March 24. T TAST Talks Given on Program at Harding T. L. Connor and W. P. Butler Speakers at P.T.A. Meeting. Harding fathers were in charge pf the meeting of the Parent- Teacher association Thursday evening at the school when a program was presented. T. C. Connor spoke on " First Aid and Highway Safety," pointing out that the most important things to remember in first aid are to keep- cool but keep the patient warm. He said that 36.100 persons were willed in 1935 in auto accidents, but only 2.000 persons murdered. Nine out of 10 accidents involve undue haste and three-fifths of accidents occur at night. The most dangerous driving age is from 15 to 21. "The Iowa State Safety council will organize a unit in Mason City," he said. "All P. T. A. members have been asked to join the unit and give it all the backing possible. W. P. Butler spoke on "The Value of Scouting to Our Community." He said "The secret of success in scouting is that it is a girls' and boys' program. It helps them to be better citizens." He complimented Safford Lock, troop No. 9 scoutmaster; Floyd Kafer. assistant, and W. J. Brown, chairman of the troop committee, for the fine work done with the Harding troop. He said "Tn e boys need the good influence found in scout work." and aske'd the support of every parent in boosting troop No. 9. The troop, under the leadership of Roy Connley, demonstrated first aid as taught to Boy Scouts. Music was furnished by Harding rhythm band, led by Barbara Ann Sberal, trained by Miss Helen Noble and Miss Nel] e Fahnestock. The Rusty Hinge quartet gave 20 minutes of entertainment. Earl Dean played. two numbers on a ".Tincan- olin," accompanied by Floyd Fraser on the piano accordion. Barbara Ann Sberal gave two tap dances, accompanied by Jimmy Fleming. Mrs. L. E. Snell announces March IS as the day for all old magazines to be collected by the Mother's Music club. Mrs. Earl Leaman gave a. report on the last P. T. A. council meeting. Mrs. H. H. Boyce was elected delegate to north central district P. T. A. conference at Fort Dodge March 20. Child Study circle meeting was announced by Mrs. F. R. Wet-ley fo r March 25 at 7:30. Nominating; committee for new officers will include: Mrs. T. P. Brothy, Miss Mable Decker and Mrs. Boyce. Mrs. Ed Dunlop gave a short talk on the girl's and boy's hobby shows to be held at the Y. W. and Y. M. April 1, 2, 3 and 4. Father's responsible for program were W. J. Brown, chairman; Earl Leaman and F. B. Duncan. Refreshment committee included G. G Weida. O. H. Groth and 1. A. Blanchard. Holy Family Pupils Get First Places in Fidac Essay Contest Two Holy Family students placed first and second in the Fidac essay contest sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary and will reeeive their prizes at the Auxiliary meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. Marian Weaver won first place and Eugene Cavanaugb, second. Frances Weaver and Joanne Whalen received honorable mention in the contest. Judges were Mrs. William Butler, Mrs. Willard Thrams and Mrs. Morris Laird. Progi LOV Every day I win new friends. All I ask is a chance to have them taste Butter-Nut, The very first cup wins them. That fine flavor has brought me more than a m i l l i o n d e l i g h t e d customers. Folks love its rich, mellow smoothness. It is Butter-Nut's policy always to give you the very choicest coffees. Sales bear us out that the perfect advertisement is a perfect cup of Butter-Nut Coffee. Butternut AVAHASU IN ^ DRIP GRIND AND j I RfGULAR I f GRIND J Coffee ;ram Presented at joint Meeting of Jewish Groups Hadassah and the Jewish Sisterhood combined Thursday afternoon for a joint meeting at the Jewish Community center. Plans were discussed for a Sisterhood Sabbath on March 20 with Mrs. L. H. Wolf. Mrs. H. Wolf. Mrs. Sam Garfin. Jr.. and Mrs. Abe Mason in charge. The Sisterhood named a nominating committee to include Mrs. William Lamer, Mrs. Sam Bloom. Mrs. Sam Richer, Mrs. Joe Robinson and Mrs. Louie Wolf. Following the business session, a program was presented including a leading. "The Garbage Man.'' by Dick Garfin. and a reading, "On Purim," by Mrs. Louis Wolf. Rabbi A. J. Grosefield gave Jewish folk- songs and Sarane Robinson and Ralph Senensky played piano solos. At the close of the afternoon, refreshments were served. FKANsk-HlI.T CRESCO-- Edmond Fi-ansk and Miss Delores Hilt, both of Red Wing, Minn., were married at Cresco by C. E. Farnsworth, justice of the peace. The ceremony was witnessed by Ralph Jabimiak and Eeulah Crivits. SOCIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY Daughters O f Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Degree of Honor-S o'clock. Moose hall SATURDAY Ben HÂ«ir Juniors-2 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. Horses Die of Poisoninf. GOODELL-- Verdie Andeison lost, his two best horses, valued ovrr $500, from poisoning. They died after eating some silage McKmley Drama Club Meets for Pot Luck Dinner and Program McKinley drama club met for a pot luck dinner Thursday evening at the school with 34 present. Following dinner, a musical and dance program was given. Koldoz Hawaiian orchestra played and Ft B. Collins danced. Charles Van Horn was in charge of the program. C. K. Kinney announced that the play, "Tons of Trouble," will be given March 21 at Roosevelt school under the auspices of the Olivet Methodist Ladies aid. Plans were discussed for a. costume party to be held by the drama club at its next regular meeting-. Each member will bring a guest and all will be required to appear in costume. Air. Van Horn will have charge of entertainment and K. M. Geiler. refreshments. Banquet to Be Tuesday. EAGLE GROVE--The annual father and son banquet of the Congregational church will be served in the dining-room of the church Tuesday evening-. Don L. Hempstead will officate as toastmaster. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Margaret Patton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Patton, 328 Carolina avenue southeast, has been mimed social standards chairman for the Women's league at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, for next year. This Saturday Miss Patton will go to Grinncll for a conference with 25 other students on this activity. * * * Miss Francis Crawford of Des Moines is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Bryant. 921 First street southeast. Mrs. Bryant entertained a group of guests Thursday evening at her home for Miss Crawford. * * * Mrs. Anton Fisher left Thursday for her home in Rpillville after vis- i t i n g her Â«on-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Donnld Dichl. 105 Monroes avenue southwest, and another daughter. Lillian Fisher. Miss Ruth .lean Ligbtner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Lightner. is one of the 33 members of the Women's glee club of Oberlin college who will appear in the annual home concert in Finney Memorial chapel at Oberlin Saturday evening. JMiss Lightner is a sophomore in the college, secretary-treasurer of ths Aclician literary society and social chairman of her class. The Ligbt- ners have recently moved here. A WAKD-Z1ELSKE LEOTARD--Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zieiske have received nejvs of the marriage of their daughter, Margaret, to Roy Ward of Winfield, Kans The bride was graduated from the local school and St. Mary's hospital at Winfield. where she was- a nurse for ten years. They were quietly married at Pomona, Cal., where they are now making their home. IN T H E . . . United Fruit Co. Advertisement Thursday This Item Should Have Read MONARCH SMALL PEAS, No. 2 c a n . . . FREE LARD ONE POUND OF PURE RENDERED WITH MEAT ORDER OF ONE DOLLAR OR OVER. Watch Our Window Display For Good Quality CORN FED PRODUCTS and REASONABLE PRICES VEAL BREAST or STEW, Ib STEAK or CHOPS; ib SHOULDER ROAST, Ib Â« A _ IOC BEEF POT ROAST, Tender, Ib.. . SHORT RIBS to Boil, Ib.. . 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