The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 2, 1939 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1939
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MYERS BEAUTY SALON MOVED To Occupy Large Part of Mezzanine Floor in New Innes Store The Myers Beauty Salou, which , will occupy the entire west front I of the mezzanine floor, will be one of the features of the new Innes . store, moving from the former location at 115 North Federal avenue to 9-11 North Federal avenue. The salon will be operated by Elizabeth H. Myers, who has been in business in Mason City for the past 27 years, at all times keeping "foremost in her work. Active in Field Mrs. Myers has been active in the hairdressing field for many years, serving as state president 5 years and also serving on the national board, and is at present IODINE DISCOVERY REMOVES _______ _ Keiilli vitli Fir.t Apj.tcitiM ,, Jftur *** JinuliUi »,. ink, wieiraiiM. t\amtnl ky WARTS *"""*" ' Engler llrut Co. "" state treasurer. She has always been among the first to introduce new trends in hairdressing and plans to continue her high standard of service in the new location. Starting her service in Mason City m the Park hospital, Mrs Myers has changed locations four times. She was formerly at Kil- Uans department store and on bouth Delaware avenue before moving to North Federal. To Employ Six Two operators have been with ! her for a number of years, Elaine Bushgens, for 16 years, and Helen Brown Sherman, 11 years. Mrs Myers plans to employ six persons m the new location, including a Hollywood hair stylist. All new equipment has been installed and a make-up bar will be introduced. This has been popular wherever introduced in large cities and is expected to be one of the features of the new Myers Beauty faalon. A Basement Made for the Cocktail Hour Iowa Mother Dies From Bums in Blast CARROLL, Iffj--Mi-s. \V. J Jackley, 34, mother of three children, died Thursday of burns suffered Tuesday in a stove explosion The woman's h u s b a n d , also burned in the explosion, is recovering ia a hospital here attendants reported. ----^_^^ m ^ Here's what we furnished: ·INNES congratulations and very best wishes. Mason City Millwork Co. Our nraff CTvia»-i n_ ~ _i_in_ i - Corner 4th and Monroe S. W HIE! M A S O N C I T Y Congratulations . ° ihc basement 0* on the opening of .this new store We Are Proud . . . of our part in the construction of the Rule-Page building · . . the plumbing contract. K E L R O Y FUEL FURNACE CO. JAP EMPRESS HAS DAUGHTER Seventh Child Born in Royal Family; Rituai Described TOKIO, (£)_The i m p e r i a l household announced Thursday that a daughter was born to Empress Nagako at 4:35 p. m. (1-35 a. m., C. S. T.) Thursday. The baby was the seventh child of Emperor Hirohito and her imperial highness. Only six of the children are still alive, however The second, Princess Hisa, died in 1928 when she was one year old. Modern science and ancient ritual mingled closely in the elaborate preparations for the birth. Late last September, the imperial household department formally announced to the nation that a baby was expected. Her highness will be 36 years old next Monday. Solemnizes in October In October the empress formallv donned the maternity belt. This action was solemnized in one of the oldest and most symbolic of all Japanese ceremonies. Physicians of the household department meanwhile began toe colossal task of selecting six women for the roles of wet-nurses. They were chosen from among millions of Japanese women on the recommendations of the governors of 25 prefectures and after stringent examinations. 2 Finally Selected The two who actually will nurse the baby girl are young mothers from northeastern Japan--Mrs Tsuneko Yake, 27, wife of the proprietor of a small drygoods store. I and Mrs. Fusa Matsumoto, . also 27, the wife of an obstetrician and the daughter of a physician According to report, the empress herself will help nurse the baby She. is believed to be the first of many imperial consorts to do so. With the birth : of a girl, the family of Emperor Hirohito now includes four daughters and two sons. H elping the omemaker IIIEI M A S O N C I T Y CONGRATULATIONS! A store as modern as tomorrow, where under good lighting, quality is instantly obvious and discrimination easy. We are happy to furnish the Electric Service that makes it possible for your customers to shop in a MODERN LIGHT-CONDITIONED, AIR-CONDITIONED STORE PEOPLES' GAS - ELECTRIC COMPANY S«TM s North *,,,,, ,,,,,., ,,,,,,_ By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Three Meals far Three (Three in the Family) Breakfast Grapefruit Halves Hominy Grits Poached Eggs Bran Muffins Coffee Luncheon Bettina Toasted Cheese Squares Peach Salad Tea Gingerbread . Dinner Chopped Steak Patties Creamed Cabbage Buffered Beeis . Bread Grape Jelly Cabbage Salad Banana Cream Dessert · Coffee Bctfina Toasted Cheese Squares 12 squares bread (regular slices) 2 tablespoons butter l i cup grated cheese 2 tablespoons salad dressing 1 tablespoon chili sauce Vi teaspoon salt l ,a teaspoon celery salt 2 tablespoons cream Discard crusts from bread Mix vest of ingredients and spread on | bread which has been toasted Re| turn io oven or broiler and cook I until well browned on top. Serve immediately. | Banana Cream Dessert | 2-3 cup granulated sugar 1 1-3 cup flour j 3 egg yolks j 2 cups milk j 1 teaspoon vanilla j Vi teaspoon grated lemon rind teaspoon salt 1 cup sliced bananas 3 egg whites, beaten 3 tablespoons confectioner's sugar Blend sugar with flour. Pour in yolks and milk. Cook until thick and creamy in a double boiler. Stir frequently. Cool. Add vanilla, rind, salt and bananas. Add sugar to whites and beat until creamy. Lightly blend with rest of ingredients. ChilL Spiced waffles taste mighty good for lunch or supper. Add a teaspoon of cinnamon and half a teaspoon each of cloves and nutme« to our regular waffle recipe. Hot strained honey, mixed with a little cream, butter and a dash of cinnamon makes a delicious topping for these waffles. Have YOU ever tried spreading vanilla ice cream on waffles and then putting warm chocolate on top o£ that? You should. U.S. Cruiser Will Take Ashes of Saito Back to Native Land TOKIO, (JP)--Japan Thursday accepted President Roosevelt's offer of a hea^' naval cruiser to carry the ashes of Hirosi Saito, former Japanese ambassador in Washington, back to his native land. (Returning from naval maneuvers in Caribbean waters, President Roosevelt disclosed the establishment of a new precedent in ordering a cruiser to transport the ashes of the former ambassador who died in Washington Feb. 26. (The custom formeriy had been followed only when an incumbent diplomat died at his post. Saito resigned in October because of ill I health after serving as Tokio's envoy since 1934, (Japanese naval vessels in 1917 and in 1925 brought home the bodies of United States Ambassa- 1 dors George W. Guthrie and Edgar A. Bancroft, who had died in Japan.) Geneva Has Heaviest Snowfall of Winter; School Is Closed GENEVA-- The heaviest snow of the winter fell Monday night and Tuesday morning. There was no school, no mail, no traffic on highways. Tuesday afternoon as the wind dropped, people began digging out and the snow plow opened the streets, leaving banks along the walks that were shoulder high in places. School was closed Wednesday* SENTENCED TO JAIL Hoy Lindsay, 326 Second street southwest, was sentenced to 7 days in the city jail by Police Judge Moms Laird Thursday on a charge of intoxication. Lindsay was arrested at his home, about 5:5D o clock Wednesday afternoon. NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES ThU Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief . " y V" *·»«'»«·« *'H » VETERANS WILL ATTEND REUNION To Attend Rainbow Division Sessions at Des At least five Mason Cityans will leave Saturday for Des Moines to attend the annual reunion of the Iowa chapter of the Rainbow division veterans to be held Saturday and Sunday at the Hotel Savery. Sunday, March 5, is a significant day for the Rainbow division for it was on that date 21 years ago that the division got its baptism of fire in France. It was that morning that Bob Clausen and Jimmy Worden of Mason City were killed. It was in memory of these that Mason City's Legion post, Clausen-Worden, was named. March 5 also is the birthday of Gen. M. A. Tinley, commander of the 168th regiment of the division and now commander of the 34th regiment of the Iowa national guard. Mason Cityaiis to attend the gathering will include Lieut. Will E. Hall, commander of headquarters company of the national guard, Richard Humeston, Howard Johnson, O. M. Van Fleet and Charles Tuning. Jens R. Wind is mustering a delegation from Clear Lake. Registration will take place at the Hotel Savery Saturday noon. Saturday evening there will be a dance and variety entertainment. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock there will be a memorial service. At 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon there will be a luncheon followed by state department business, including the election of officers for the coming year. At 6 o'clock Sunday evening there will be a banquet, at which Col. Claude Stanley will be toastmaster. CLUB HAS MEETING SHEFFIELD--Mrs. A. H. Hinken was hostess to the Past Matrons club Wednesday afternoon. 1 t The proper measure of a man is the degree of success required to make him talk like an important citizen. -- Keu-anee S t a r- Courier. · Birge · Imperial · Thibaut WALL FASHIONS SHEPHERD'S* iwnsi " N o r t h w e s t e r n " Portland Cement was use'd in tKe construction of the new Rule-Page build- ' ing . . . occupied by the Innes store. WHEN YOU Build, Repair or Remodel use "NORTHWESTERN" Portland cement for beauty, priceless safety, permanence and complete satisfaction. , Northwestern States Portland Cement Co. Makers of "NORTHWESTERN" Portland Cement Mason City tim M A S O N C I T Y CONGRATULATIONS! £ It has been a pleasure working on your fine modern store. I appreciate having been chosen to do the painting and decorating MARTIN MULLCAARD ' PAINTER AND DECORATOR IIIEI--- M A S O N C I T Y WELCOME and Best Wishes On the Opening of Your New Store I l l t l M A S O N C I T Y WE ARE GLAD . . . To have been chosen to erect the new Rule-Page building, AND MR. INNES . . The businesslike manner in which the planning of this new store was conducted is reflected in the man who will operate it. RYE 6- HENKEL CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES ASSOCIATED

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