Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1936 · Page 12
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1936
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 1936 IETY Grinnell Men Place Cooking Ability in Wife's Requirements GRINNELL, #--Grinnell college men place attractiveness, intelligence ' and good cooking ability among the'major qualifications for an ideal wife. In a poll of 50 collegians some put a sense of humor at the top of their requirements. Only four showed any preference for blonds while 20 specified their preference for brunets. Among the attributes desired by the men in their wives-to-be were ability 'to play tennis, golf, to bake and dance, good eyesight, congeniality and a dislike for alarm clocks. __.:._ I. A. TO B. OF R. T. CONDUCTS MEETING L A. to B. of R. T. met Wednesday evening at the Y. W. C. A. wits 15 present and Mrs. Ray Lang, president, in charge. During the business meeting it was decided to have a pot luck dinner for members and their families in the near future. Refreshments were served by Mrs. William Ross, Mrs. Earl Lambert and Miss Rita Dugan. The attendance prize went to Mrs. Lang adn the next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon, April l, at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. » , .;. SCHMALE-WEBB THORNTON_Mae Webb, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed Webb and Henry Schmale of Meservey, were married March 9 at the home of the Rev. O. Mall of the Lutheran church in Mason City. They were accompanied by the bride's brother and sister, Vera and Lee Webb. Dr. T. E. Davidson to Speak at Church Program on Friday "How to Grow Old" will be the topic of a talk to be given by Dr. T. E. Davidson Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the First Methodist church parlors at the social educational program. Mrs. Bertha Patchen will present her girls' choir which will sing a group of Irish folk songs. Following the program a social hour will be held during which refreshments will be served. HANSEN-DUITSCHER GOLDFIELD--The Baptist parsonage at Eagle .Grove was the scene of the marriage of- Miss Geraldine Duitscher and Howard Hansen. The Rev. Eaton performed the ceremony with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Matson as witnesses. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Duitscher, Lake township farmers, is a graduate of the Clarion high school and attended Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar FaUa. She has been a eacher in the Lake township schools. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson of Goldfield, s a farmer. The couple w,ill live on a farm near Holmes. GRQWDEN-KBUSE ACKLEY--The marriage of Miss rene Kruse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kruse of Macy, and Kenneth Growden, son of Mrs. Fred Quasdorf, Iowa Falls, was solemnized Thursday at the parsonage of the Church of Christ, Iowa Falls, Mrs. L. H. Sours, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Growden, Ackley, attended. Mr. and Mrs. Growden will make their home in Iowa Fails where he is employed by the Rock Island Railroad company.. Mrs. Growden was graduated from the Ackley J .gh school. Mr. Growden was graduated from Iowa Falls high school. --·--. DUITSCHER-JERGENSEN G O L D F I E L D --Miss Cordell Duitscher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Duitscher, and Arthur Jergensen of Eagle Grove were married at the Baptist parsonage here by the Rev. Ira D. Halverson. They will make their home on a farm southeast of Eagle Grove. .;. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES I Marriage licenses have been is-1 to quickly relieve the (stinging torrnent,iuomen' v n "semilAsoothinq-Ji' Resinol Say Goodbye to Dull, Drab Hair * Use Lovalon-- t h e odorless vegetable rinse. Affects y o u r *" hair in no way \exccpttogiyeit |' sparkling high; lights, v i v i d ; color and silken Softness. Lova- lon does not dye or bleach- Five rinlel for 25 cenli or Simple to use-drug and deportment itorei and SO eCOOOm- ,er«. Trial .izeotcny jcd. You'll be :'-° r t h _!"°l°. v : amazed at the results. Try it.' 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Until the "race" has been settled we can sued to Charles Clausen, 32,. and Florence Brown, 20, both of Northwood; Burton White of Nashua and Evelyn Vance of Charles City; Harold C. Weitzel and Dorothy Cattanach. both of Minneapolis, and Clarence H, J. Monson and Margaret Furney, both of Minneapolis. dream and feel ourselves the winne --very superior--and without exert ing the usual amount ol effort. Also there's the sinister influence o gambling on character. Since our nation was founded some local and state governments have been financed by lotteries-some churches have been constructed, charities supported. Who hasn'i bought a chance on a quilt, lot, 01 automobile from a church or wel fare organization? Some parents who forbid their children to plaj cards, associating such amusemen in their minds with gambling, wil whole-heartedly participate in church or lodge lottery. Betting on Increase. Betting at athletic contests, races --made more easy by the greyhound race--and prize fights, and playing for money, whether in pool or bridge or golf, is certainly on the increase It's the slot machine and like de- We Show Actual Photographs T O L E T Y O U S E E T H E Q U I C K - A C T I N G P R O P E R T Y O F R E A L B A Y E R A S P I R I N D R O P A B A Y E R ASPIRIN TABLET INTO BY THE TIME IT HITS THE BOTTOM OF THE GLASS IT IS DISINTEGRATING. Quick Relief from Headaches, pains of rheumatism, neuritis vices which make gambling so alluring to our children, even to the tots. Through our whole nation these gambling devices may be found in almost any public place-restaurant, store or station. Often they are most in evidence near a school building. In most places gambling' and gambling devices and programs are illegal. Now and then a few gambling dens arc raided and the public has a glorious story of the "cleanup." Yet on the next night more gamblers may be enticed thereto. Now no one would deny that gambling is inimical to good character development. Do we parents want to face the problem' squarely? Can we do anything about it? Yes, we can, if we really care. Let Parents Abstain. Like the drink problem, our first step at solving it is with ourselves. We can resolve to abstain from -all known gambling; we can resolve to avoid certain glaring forms of it; we can go on without restraint. It is up to us. Whatever our choice, we shall expect no more of our children, let us hope, than of ourselves; indeed, we had better count on some margin. In the event we choose not to gamble ourselves, we shall begin with the toddler, attempting to induce him not to want to play the slot machine and not to punch the "chance boards" found at almost any country store or city drug store. Yet we won't forbid 'the child, since we cannot always be with him to check. You and I know some parents who have succeeded. Let us try to find out how they did it. Also we might help create public sentiment against public gambling lures. This might be a good subject for discussion in your P.-T. A. club, or Bible class. No doubt high school students would like to air the matter in their homerooms at school. Now you Can Wear False Teeth With Real Comfort Fasteeth, a new pleasant powder keeps teeth firmly set. Deodorizes. No gummy, gooey taste or feeling. To eat and laugh in comfort sprinkle a' little Fasteeth on your plates. Get it today from your druggist. Three sizes. The old adage says, "what you see you believe." So the scientist, pictured above, shows you two actual photographs to prove the quick action of G e n u i n e BAYER ASPIRIN. Look at them, and you will see one reason why Scientists rate BAYER ASPIRIN among the fastest agents, now known or coer known, for the relief of headaches and pains of neuritis, neuralgia and rheumatism. You'll see that a Bayer Aspirin tablet, dropped into a glass of water, starts to disintegrate, or dissolve, before it hits the bottom of the glass. Hence, is .1 ready to go to work almost instantly you take one. For what happens in that glass happens in your stomach when you take a BAYER ASPIRIN tablet. Relief comes in few minutes. Countless thousands know that about BAYER ASPIRIN. Know by experience brings the quick relief you want when in distress. Keep this in mind the next time your work or play is handicapped by a bad headache, neuritis or rheumatic pain. And ask for Bayer Aspirin by its full name "BAYER ASPIRIN" when you buy. Learn for yourself how fast you can get relief. Beyer Aspirin AT THE Cooking School Miss Kingsley said: "For years I have used Beet Sugar for all Cooking and Baking purposes, i recommend Crystal Sugar, 'made in Mason City, to you housewives. For making candies, jams, jellies, pastries, and for all cooking and baking purposes. Crystal Sugar is ideal." CRYSTAL sugar and Cane Sugar are identical . . . Chemically CRYSTAL sugar will do ANYTHING any sugar will do! Your GROCER will be glad to send you CRYSTAL Sugar because he realizes that . . . MORE THAN 900 FARMERS £ of this community plant approximately 20,000 acres of sugar beets each year . . . bringing them about §900,000.00 in return. This money is put into circulation and helps every one in this community. ABOUT 2,700 WORKMEN ARE £ employed each year by th e American Crystal Sugar company in the plant, office at way stations, on beet farms, as truck drivers, and so on. The home and industrial life of this community is in a measure dependent upon the sale of CRYSTAL sugar. CRYSTAL sugar is being used EXCLUSIVELY at the Globe-Gazette Cooking School. AMERICAN CRYSTAL SUGAR CO. VANCE MUSIC CO. 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