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March 30, 1934

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

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«o MARCH 30 1931 MASON CITY CLOUS-GAZETTE ELEVEN Unity Chapter i' Wife Preservers l ! Birds Go Hungry | Globe-Gazette i ' \/ I I _ B _ -* ^ ;l ^"*. . · a"^ Plans Meetings During April i The officers of Unity chapter No. 08, O. E. S. will have a 1 o'clock .luncheon at the Eadmar hotel Saturday in honor of Mrs. A. R. Lcnz, district instructor of district No. 2. A stated meeting of the chapter "will be held in the Masonic temple '. on Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock "·"·vith Mrs. F. J. Crawford, worthy ^matron, presiding. -A social hour '"·will follow and refreshments will be served by Mrs. William J. Mahlstadt -and committee. . Plans will be made for the school '.of instruction which will be cou- 'ilucted by Mrs. Lenz on April 7. at ":i o'clock" followed by a 6:30 o'clock Save your cellophane wrappers from various sources and use them to wrap around jelly glasses. This , ncavy , a keeps them clean and the labels j to no thii can easily be read. ~ ' EASTER . . . Easter will seem like Easier . . . and FEET will feel like FEET . . . to those who wear QUALITY FOOTWEAR. COME IN XOMOKKOW L A I R D C 11 E. State St. ^^ Where Shoes Are Keally Fitted in Snow Unless You Feed Them Kecd the birdi;! The spring snow storm means lean anil hungry days for the birds who will be unable to find any nourishment through the drifts and who need more than usvt'1 to cat i because of the increasing cold. I Many of the birds have returned ; from the south to summer here and ! many are here on their way from : the south to far northern places. ! Their living is generally a precarious sort of thing anyway and a heavy fall of snow reduces their diet nothing. Put out your crusts and crumbs 1 of bread--be move generous if you have it to spare and do it right away. '· BISIWN-I..KISTKII ALLISON, March ·).--A. marriage license was issued licrc April 20 "to: John Perry Brown. 84. and Johanna Leister, G5, Parkersburg. Quilt Pattern Immanuel Lutheran Church Choir Will Lutheran Choirs to Give Song Service at Give Easter Cantata ! Trinity Sunday Night M O R R I S Food Store 221. Sixth St. S. W. JONES-GHAI'KIt HAMPTON. March 'X. -Miss and Orville Joues ,.,,,,, d their marriage which look place on March 5 at Sioux Falls. S. Dak. Mrs. Jones is a daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Grapcr. The couple will reside here. PEACHES In heavy syrup, No. 2'/ 2 can J Salad DRESSING 1/2 Pint Jar FLOUR Wooden Shoe, $· 59 guar., 49 Ib. bag JR. GELATINE All flavors, 5 pkgs CAMAY SOAP bar Vf COFFEE Folgers, Ort pound t* A COCOA Mother's, 2 Ib. can _ Northrup King Co.'s 'Garden Seed We Pay 16c a Dozen in Trade for Eggs dinner with Mrs. J. E. Donnelly as chairman. A special meeting will be held at 7:30 o'clock for initiation ! and inspection. The 20 chapters in district No. 2, will meet foi. a group meeting on June 7, at 7 ;30 in the gymnasium of the high school. | Reva Elder Is Bride of John Waddingham KLEMME, March 30.--The marriage of Miss Reva Elder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Elder, and John Waddingham, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wadding- _ ham, took place Wednesday at the j LAKE MILLS. March 30.--The j Methodist church in Klemme. Miss j marriage of Miss Bernice Holland. Ethel Wellemeyer played the nup- -----'- -' "··- ^" «"'"""' t" tial music, Misses Ruth and Nora Wellemeyer sang "Dreaming." The Rev. J. 'L. Ralston, pastor of the M. E. church, performed the ceremony. James Carlson was best man. Miss' Clarice Wellemeyer was bridesmaid and Eunice Larson, flower girl. Dinner was served in the dining room at the church to the guests. They will be at home on a farm southeast of Klemme after they return from Osceola, the home of her brother, Clarence Elder. V.VTIENCE COUNEKS This is one of the earliest of the diamond pieced quilt blodts. Made of diamonds and squares, it creates a most intriguing design as a quill coverlet and may be pieced in plain colors or prints/The print materials afford a quaintly old fashioned spread, while the plain materials give a more modem tone. 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. The choir of the Immanuel Lutheran church will sing the Easier cantata. "Calvary," by Henry Wcssel, Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. This cantata presents the seven words of the Lord from the cross, and closes with the resurrection theme. It is in ten parts. Part 1 is "Father, forgive them." chorus and bass solo by Richard Gorup; part 2, "Today thou shall be with Me," with bass solo by Paul Gustafson; part 3, "Woman. behold thy Son." chorus and soprano and bass duct sung by Daisy Holt and B. E. Setterberg; part 4, "My God. why hast Thou forsaken me!" with solo by B. E. Setterberg: part 3. "I thirst," soprano, alto and bass trio, sung by Hazel Walls- kog. Etln'l Wallskog and Paul Gustafson: part 0. "Father, into Thy hands." tafson; . . alto and bass duet; sung by Ethel Wallskog and Richard Borup; part S. "As it began to dawn," soprano solo by Daisy Holt: part 9, "Consider the lilies," soprano, alto and tenor solo, sung by Dora Petersen, Esther Landgren and Carl Olson; part 10, "Christ, the Lord, is risen today," by the chorus. Miss Ethel Wallskog is directing the chorus, and Miss Cecilia Gustafson is accompanist. "The Resurrection" . , a bass solo bv Paul Gus- 7. "It is finished." daughter of Mrs. John Holland, to Elmer Langerud, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Langcnid, took place on Thursday morning at the home of the Rev Mr. Salveson. The couple was attended by Sadie Langcnid, a cousin of the bridegroom, and Alvin Holland, a brother of the bride. After a wedding dinner at the Holland home the couple left lor Grand Meadow, Minn., for a brief wedding 'trip. Mr. and Mrs. Langerud will be at home after April 1 on a farm west of Leland. Grace Evangelical fo g e ^ Sunday Church to Presen i b ^ Methodlsts Cantata on bunday A song service will be given by the combined junior choirs of Our Saviour's and the Trinity Lutheran churches Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at the Trinity church. Following is the program that will be presented: Prelude, Lucille Gravelie, processional "Holy, Holy, Holy," vested junior choirs. Group I. 'We Welcome Glad Easter." Marion Poppen; "Easter Carol" (from an old Lowland carol--Ncale about 1400) junior choirs; French horn solo, Maynard Odden; contralto solo, Clarence Odden. Group II. "Christ the Lord is Risen Again," Davidica; "Beautiful Saviour," with solo. Christiansen, by Marjoric Thompson and junior choirs; solo, "The Lord's Prayer," by Leon Abbott Hoffmcister and Fern Mcurs; topic, "My Lord and My God," Mrs. Dan Herrick. Group 111. Song, "O Happy World," by Emanuel Poppen and fifth grade girls of choir; trio, "Seek the Garien Where He Lies," Adam Geibel, Beatrice Wigdahl, Alva Skram and ilarie Madsen; solo, "The Holy ;ity" (Adams) Mrs. Russell Thompson; song, "I Know Not What the Bethlehem Babe," Our Saviour's unior choir; song, "God Hath Sent iis Angels, 1 ' confirmation girls; jiano solo "Chimes," Beatrice Larson. We Deliver Across From Hotel Hanford I'hone 43 %^ BUTTER fresh creamery_lb.23c Monarch lgc.btl. 15c RED RIVER EARLY OHIO POTATOES ON SALE SATURDAY lOOlbs $.£ - Peas, Tomatoes, Spinach, Radishes, Green Onions, Beets, Endive, Strawberries, Cauliflower, Parsley, etc. The choir of the Grace Evangelical church will present the Easter cantata, "The First Easter," Sunday evening at 7:40 o'clock. The words of the cantata are by Edith Sanford Tillotson and the music by Ira Bishop Wilson. The program is as follows: Prelude, Doy Baker. Processional, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," choir. Prayer by the pastor, the choir responding. "Silent the Sleeping Town," the "In the Garden, The Easter cantata, "The Resurrection," is to be given at the First Methodist church Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock by the chorus choir of that institution. The cantata includes the following numbers: choir. Contralto solo, Margery Pickett. Soprano solo and chorus. "Shall Heavy Rock," Doris Squier and choir. Soprano solo, "The Break of Day," Mrs. George Scheet'. Bass solo. Women's chorus and choir. "As It Began to Dawn." Robert Burg-raff, women's voices, choir. Choral. "Our Lord Indeed Is Risen," the choir. t it Tenor solo and chorus, "All Hail, Carl Werthenbach and choir. Bass solo, "Lo, I Am With 1'ou i Always," M. S. Bast and choir. "An Easter Good Night," choir. Benediction and recessional. The personnel of the choir is as follows: Sopranos, Mrs. George Scheef, Doris Squier, Irene Netzel, Janice Brunemeier and Lorraine Bast; altos, Mrs. C. D. Squier, Margery Pickett and Mrs. C. E. Baker; tenors H- E. Bast, Norman Resor, Carl Werthenbach and H. C. Brunemeier; basses, George Scheef. Robert Burgraff and M. S. Resor. Mrs. H. C. Brunemeier is directing the choir and Doy Baker is the accompanist. Recitation, baritone. "Upon the First Day of the Week." Trio, women's voices. "Who Shall Roll Away the Stone?" Solo, alto. "God Shall Wipe Away All Tears." Recitation, baritone. "But When They Came to the Place." Solo, tenor. "Why Seek Ye the Living Among the Dead?" Chorus. "Angels, Roll the Rock Away!" Recitation, baritone. "And They Went Out Quickly." Unaccompanied chorus or quar tet. "Blessed Are They." Soprano solo. "They Have Taken Away My Lord." Chorus. "Blessing and Honour." Those taking part will be: i Sopranos: Mrs. Don Wells, Esthei ! Storcr, Winifred Storcr. Mary Jam Hill, Maxine Walters, Dorothy Swift, Lucille Sweet, Coral Hart. Altos: Mrs. C. E. Oilman, Dorothy Evans, Jean Barclay, Alice Shefflcr, Betty Ann Webster, Mildred Van Every. Basses: Reuben Nyquist, D. V. Traver, Dr. T. E. Davidson, Russell Herseth, Dr. C. L. Meade, Guy Crosen. Mrs. Delia Daugherty Dies at I.O.O.F. Home Mrs. Delia Daugherty, 75, resident of the I. O. 6. F. home since 1929, died at the instiution Friday morning. Funeral services will be held at the home Saturday afternoon, after which the body will be taken to Spencer, her former home, for burial. Mrs. Daugherty is survived by her husband, Charles D. Daugh- PACKING HOUSE MARKET 122 S. Fed Phone 101 Better Meats - Specials tor Saturday -- Lower Prices Beef Pot Roast, 4c Ib. I Lean Beef Stew, 2'/ z c Ib. Choice Corn Kccil Heel' Choice Young Veal ROASTS I ROUND 4-i -, II KUASTS SIRLOIN Ib.SyClI CHOFS ft- cnvpAire l "W 2 v Hc!TF,AKS STEAKS Fresh Gr. Beef 3c Ib. \ Sliced Bacon 7'/ 2 c Ib. Veal Stew 3'/2C Ib. | Spare Ribs 8c jb. Choice Corn Fed "ei'f ROASTS g, I Arm, Rib, Chuck w Lean 1'ork Roasts Young Ib. 10 Neck Ribs, Pig's Kctt. pound 2V'j_c Liver Sausage, Ib tic Yearling Ciilf Liver, pound 15c Rolled Ik-ef Kill. lh... 12'Ac Well Trimmed Higher prices for silver, we read will also stimulate gold mining That is, whar thar's silver threads among the gold in them hills.-Arkansas Gazette. FEDERAL w^;iM_ . Tenors: Milton Dalvey, Galen Gooder, Ralph Cox, Robert Haase, Russell Bistline, Norris Neveln, Raymond La Gasse. Mrs. Bertha Patchen, director and organist. Miss Jean Swift, pianist. HAMBURGER and SAUSAGE Limit NECK BONES Meaty BEEF STEW Meaty BABY BEEF 1 Ib. rolls PEANUT BUTTER LIVER SAUSAGE Homemade PICKLED 1 PIG FEET 'Qt. MATCHES 6 BOXES PORK BEANS 16 oz. Can 2 Cans . . . . Tea Sittings COFFEE Buehler Star SOAP BIG BEN It Bars IBs. for "Garden of Joseph" to Be Presented by Olivet Methodists The Olivet choir will give the Easter song story entitled "The Garden of Joseph.'' by Geibel, Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The platform will be decorated to represent "Joseph's garden," with H. C. Griffith representing the gardener. The story in song will be interspersed with tableaus. The following named persons compose the choir: Sopranos--Mesdames M. H. Sherman, E. A. Flarup, S. F. Wilson, Kirby Griffith. L. H. Lundahl, Misses Ruth Kinney and Garnet Lincicum. Altos--Mesdames C. K. Kinney, A. L. Crider, A. D. Anderson. C. E. Lincicum. Tenors--E. A. Flarup, M. H. Sherman, J. Burkhart. Bass--C. E. Lincicum, J. M. Stokes, A. D. Anderson. Mrs. G. L. Wallace, director and accompanist. The special music for the morning service, 11 o'clock, will consist of an anthem by the chorus choir, "He is Risen." by Hall, and a. solo bv Mrs. S. F. Wilson, "Alleluia to the King." by Tillotson. There will be reception of members and baptism at this service. 138 Tractors Are Delivered in One Day at Clark's Grove Thirty-eight tractors were delivered to farmers at Clark's Grove, j Minn., from the Mason City branch ! of the International Harvester company Thursday. A". J. Berglund, manager of the Clark's Grove Hardware company, International dealer, through whom the tractors were sold, staged a dinner in connection with the event, iniviting 200 persons to be his j guests. ' I Following the talks by company officals and farmers, each purchaser drove home in his tractor in "pros- j i perity parade." Guests included 18 : 1 farmers who bought International | tractors from Berglund last year. ] Speakers included A. P. Ycrkcs. i Chicago, editor of the tractor publication of the company; F. K. Rdshiis, manager of the Mason City branch: H. C. Day, Albert Lea; Mayor E. L. Hayek, Albert Lea; ! Alfred Beiglund, large farm opera- I tor in Frceborn county, ami others. | Music was furnished by the Clark's Grove Baptist orchestra. MAKKIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON, March 30.-Marriage licenses were issued Thursday to Jimmy Welsh of Oak Park, 111., and Myrle Best of Newell; Charles Sweeney and Merle Benner, both of New Hampton; Edward] Sheridan of Lawler and Virginia McAloon of New Hampton. Factory Sponsored Price Sale ON" 1847 KOGEKS BROS. Anniversary and Ancestral Patterns WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE ICHOPS Choice Corn Fed Beef SWISS oTEAKu I'oum Short Ribs ............... 5c Ib. 6 Lunch Meat ............ IQc Ib. Lean Pork Loin Roasts pound . . Cudahy's rurltan Hams pound . . _ Mason City's Largest Display of Quality Mgats_ IT PAYS TO READ THE WANT ADS FUR JACKETS Springtime is Fur Time See our Fashion Highlights in Fur Jackets for 1934-35. Our Collection is Complete. ASTER SPECIALS SUGAR CURED AIIMOI'H'S MAR SWIFT'S PIIEMIUM DKCKEH'S lOU'ANA CriJAIIV'S PURITAN OLD HOMESTEAD WHOLE _ UK Ib. 14c SMOKED HAM, center slices ea. lOc BABY BEEF ROAST Ib. 4V 2 c BEEF CHUCK ROAST, choice Ib. 8c Madame, you've uncloubledly already discovered that you can't pick (polity by Ike prettiness of ilie package. Hills Bros. Coffee has maintained, its quality. As a result, more people from Chicago to the Pacific buy Hills Bros. Coffee than any other brand. Hills Bros. Coffee may cost you a few cents more per pound. But you don't drink coffee by the pound, low drink it by the cup. Because the flavor is more abundant, Hills Bros. Coffee is actually more economical to use than "bargain counter" coffees. Order Hills Bros. «· Coffee today and look for the Arab trademark on the can. BOILING BEEF, lean Ib. PORK CHOPS, end cuts Ib. PORK ROAST, rib or loin end Ib. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MEATS m i m m m m s

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