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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1934
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 29 · 134 Your Easter SUIT Is Here ... · Smart New Swaggers · Smart New Reefers · Gay Windblown Styles Choose what you will in a suit -all are here. All just what you have been looking for -- but never expected at such low prices. $19.75 $25 and Upwards BUY THIS WEEK AND SAVE 2% TAX PRE-EASTER SPECIAL A Selected Group of SUITS $12 .75 A grand lot of suits that were made to sell for much more -special for tomorrow at this low price- Swaggers and windblown styles in sport materials. IT PAYS TO READ THE WANT ADS Save Your Installed This and SAVE THE TAX" Women Plan for Lessons in Cooking Mrs. Pauline Rohrs Will Teach Annual Globe- Gazette School. Mason City housewives will refurnish their stock of homemakers' lore at the annual Globe-Gazette cooking school which will open next Tuesday in the high school auditorium under the direction of Mrs. Pauline Rohrs who has conducted the school for the past two years and who has won for herself a wide expression of approval from women who take advantage of the classes. Because the seating capacity of the high school auditorium has never been great enough to accom- odate all the housewives who wished to attend the cooking school, many oav« had to stand and, on occasion, women, have been unable to gain admittance to the hall. The parents have been asked to co-operate by not bringing children under the age of 15. This is merely a request and a suggestion, not a rule to be enforced. New recipes, new tricks to solve kitchen problems, new equipment to lessen the hours the woman gives to her housework--these will be the contribution of the Globe-Gazette cooking school. Firms co-operating with the Globe-Gazette in sponsoring the schools are American Beet Sugar Co., Blanchard's Jewelry, Currie- Vau Ness Co., Damon's, Inc.. Jacob E. Decker Sons, John Gallagher, Inc., Carl Grupp Food Market, Hermanson Bros. Dairy, E. B. Higr ley Co., Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc., Iowa Tea company, Jacques Manufacturing Co., K. C. Baking Powder, Kemble's Greenhouse, Klipto Loose Leaf* Co., La Choy Food Products, Inc., La Cfcoy Chop Suey and Chow Mein, Letts Spencer Smith Co.. D. K. Lundberg Co., Lyons Launderers Dry Cleaners. Mason City Baking Co., Mason City Bottling Co., Mason City That Easter Hat Is Waiting For You $2.50 $2.95 $3.50 Light or Dark Shades-- Wide or Narrow Bands QUALITY COUNTS #457 Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern SAYS T H E H O U S E W I F E "I appreciate the sma« styling, gleaming white surfaces and simple lines that will add a new modern note of beauty to my kitchen.'* · S A Y S T H E D E S I G N E R "Here is style the years can't obsolete--design that not only harmonizes with kitchens of today but fits as perfectly into the style theme of the kitchen of tomorrow." · SAYS T H E E N G I N E E R "I recognize in the sturdy strength of the all-steel cabinets, outward expression of the matchless qualityof their famous mechanism." · Sec these new de luxe models before you buy any refrigerator. They are now on display at our show rooms- BUY ON OUR CONVENIENT MONTHLY BUDGET PLAN PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMB\NY SAVE BUY SATURDAY and save the tax in addition to the savings offered. You'll lead the parade in one of these dainty frocks. EASTER DRESSES One Dollar Off Regular Prices! Regular $10.00 Specials · Regular $14.90 Specials An Exceptional Group at any Price. Val. to $12.90 MONKEY WRENCH Here is a simple but widely used quilt block, that is one of the old reliables of quiltdom. It is so simple to piece that one may have all sorts of fun, and create all manner of effects by use of a variety of color and materials. It may be pieced in combinations of print and plain materials, all print or all plain colors. The "Monkey' Wrench" is made decidedly gay by use of blue, rose, yellow and lavender. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 20 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 20. Harware Co., Michael Drug Co., Mier Wolf Sons, Morton Salt Co .Morton Salt, Myers Beauty Studio, Northwest Savings bank, Peoples Gas Electric Co., Pfaff Baking company, Pillsbury Flour Mills Co., Pillsbury's Best Flour. Pillsbury's Cake Flour, J. C. Puth company, Salada Tea company, Inc., Salada Tea, The Creamette company, Creamettes, Vance Music company. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER Health Talk Given Unit atMcKinley Dr. C. M. Franchere Speaker for Parent-Teacher Association. Dr. C. M: Franchere, director- of public health, was the speaker at the meeting of the McKinley Parent-Teacher association Wednesday afternoon at the school. Dr. Franchere pointed out that the responsibility for good health habits begins at home and should not be shifted. Miss Lena Gutknecht's third grade staged a health play and Miss Cora Murray's fifth grade sang. Miss Selma Schumann gave the j president's message. Mrs. A. Secory announced that 436 children had been inoculated against diptheria in the recent immunization campaign. Mrs. Fred Aderholt announced that the Child Study circle meeting had been postponed to April 11. Mrs. P. R. Donaldson and Miss Marie Kober reported on the P. T. A. convention of the north central district which was conducted in Fort Dodge. At the close of the meeting a social hour was held. --·:·--. FINCH-WERLE A marriage license has been issued to Blanchard R. Finch, 25, and Ruth A. Werle, 22, both of Manly. Committee Approves Waterway Projects WASHINGTON, March 29. UP) The house rivers and harbors committee approved today 38 waterway projects aggregating over 5100,000,000 to be included in a bill to be introduced by Chairman Mansfield tomorrow. The projects Included: Illinois waterway, $15,530,000. 6ALBRETH GIVES TALK ON EASTER Poverty, Riches in Life of Christ Described in Kiwanis Talk. The contrast of poverty and riches in the life of Christ during Passion week was described by the Rev. Wiliam Galbreth, pastor of Olivet Methodist church, in an Easter message Thursday noon to the Kiwanis club in Hotel Hanford. His subject was "Poverty and Riches as Depicted in the Easter Story." Mr. Galbreth said he believed that through measuring terms of character, which must be coupled with personality, the proper attitude of humility in Passion week may be obtained by comparison with the principles of Christ. He emphasized that the principles of Jesus grip men with great force, regardless of their religion. It was also pointed, out by Mr. Galbreth that Christ was rich in that He was a Master. He became poor so that He might reveal the depths of God's love. Still, He had the riches of a Saviour. Easter music was presented by a girls' trio, Jane Williams, Lois Meyer and Elizabeth Mills, with Mrs. C. C. Hostettler furnishing the accompaniment. Evron M. Karges announced arrangements being made for the Hobby show at the . M. C A. next week sponsored y the Kiwanis club. Guests were Percy Ward of Cedar alls, John Youngdale of Webster ity, E. J. Johnson of Northwood nd Ed Wilkinson, student at the nlversity of Minnesota, who is sending the Easter vacation with s parents. 'ioneer Teacher of Art in School for Deaf Dies in Omaha OMAHA, March 29. (JPI--Miss Mary F. Murray, 84, native of :wa City, Iowa, who spent her life aching art in schools for the deaf, ;ed at her home here yesterday. he was the daughter of one of owa's first physicians, Dr. Henry FUR JACKETS Springtime is Fur Time See our Fashion Highlights In Fur Jackets for 1934-35. Our Collection, is Complete. By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE HOT CROSS BUNS .Serve on Good Friday Breakfast Grapefruit Soft Cooked Eggs Buttered Toast Orange Marmalade Coffee Luncheon Clam Chowder Crackers Peach Sauce Cookies Tea Dinner Codfish Cakes Cold Slaw Buttered Beans Bread Butter Plum. Jelly Apple Pie X'Coffee Codfish Cakes tor. four 1 cup shredded codfish;1 cup water ·-"' 11,2 cups diced raw potatoes 14 teaspoon salt ;,i teaspoon pepper U teaspoon celery salt 1 egg 2 tablespoons butter Mix codfish and water and let stand 30 mniutes..Add potatoes and cook slowly until potatoes are soft Drain well and mash. Add rest of in- gre'dients and beat 2 minutes. Take tablespoons of mixture and roll in flour and shape in. cakes % Inch thick. Brown in a small amount fat. Hot Cross Buns. 1 cake compressed yeast . il cup sugar iTM teaspoon salt 1 cup lukewarm milk 1 egg 4 tablespoons fat, melted 1 teaspoon cinnamon % teaspoon cloves % cup currants Z l /z cups flour Crumble yeast and add 2 table-spoons sugar. Let stand 5 minutes, add rest of sugar, salt, milk, egg, fat and spices. Beat well. Add currants and flour. Mix and cover. Set in moderate room temperature (about 72 degress) and let stand until dough doubles in size. Requires about 4 hours. Take portions of dough in hands and roll into balls li /2 inches in diameter. Place on greased pan. Cover with cloth and let rise until doubled in size. Requires about 2 hours. With the back of knife press a cross shape.on top of each bun. Bake 15 minutes in moderate oven. Brush tops with 2 tablespoons sugar mixed with 1 egg yolk and 2 tablespoons milk. This will form glaze if applied to hot buns., --·_ United Brethren of Iowa Hold Midyear Council at Wadena WADENA, March 29. (/P--The United Brethren church, Iowa conference, will hold its midyear council here tomorrow and Saturday. Bishop W. E. Musgrave of Huntington, Ind., will preside. He also will deliver an-Easter sermon in the local church Sunday. Others expected to attend are the Rev. James Miller of Hanlontown, presiding elder, and the Rev. Lester Heek of Excelsior, Wis. AMERICA'S SMARTEST HATS now on display for EASTER $2.95 $4.95 Cartwheel Brims Tiny shallow crowns . . - shoulder-wide brims drooping softly over one eye . . . then sweeping suddenly in a windblown curve! A colorful nosegay deftly placed . . . and you just know you'll lead the Easter Parade! ALL COLORS AND HEADSIZES Fink's Smart Apparel SAVE THE 2% TAX - FINK'S Will Give An Additional 20 to 25% Saving in This I PRE-EASTER COAT -- AND -S U I T OFFERING Styles Thai Will Make You a 114 N. FEDERAL AVE. Dr. A. H. McCreight of Fort Dodge Dies FORT DODGE, March 29. OP)-Dr. A. H. McCreight, 68, Fort Dodge physician, was dead here today after an illness of several weeks. He died of pneumonia. Dr. McCreight was prominent in his profession her c for many years and j v,-as a member of the Webster county sanity commission, ) Success in The Easter Parade Mail Orders Promptly Filled All the- popular. ,^. new" ... and decidedly iintirt styles ... to choose from in the favorite shades ,, navy, grey, beige or black. Murray, who came to Iowa wig it was still a territory. She taughlfor 36 years at the Kansas school $B the deaf after sen-ing several yeirs at the Nebraska school for the dea. Student Special 35--3x5 Prints and 1--8x11) Hand Painted in Oil Photograph for only $5.85 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 2273 Bagley-Beck Bldg. Savings of Over $5 Per Garment Boucle Twist Monotone Tweeds Viola Crepe Double Faced Coating Smolla Fancy Tweed "Grey Mix Navy New Blue Shades Tans Twists Etc. DRESSES Dozens of new SUMMER Frocks and dresses formerly marked to $9.90 and placed on one convenient rack where you can serve yourself Friday and Saturday to the greatest bargains it has been our pleasure to offer. SIZES AAAA-C S-10 DAMON'S KNITS -- WASHABLES -- PRINTED SILKS -- CREPE, Etc. PASTELS -- NAVY -- BLACK -- COLORS SIZES 14 to 48 PHONE 484 I. 1 t I' I

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