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April 5, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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1'WELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 5 1934 MARRIAGE 1ICENSE9 ISSUED TO COUPLES DECORAH, April 5.--Marriage licenses were Issued to Marion Tobiason, Decorah, and Myrtle Eileen Smith, Aurora; Theodore Flatberg and Hazel Hegseth, Winneshiek county; V. H. La Frenz and Roslyn Ryan, both of Cresco. _*_ PALS-KOENEN BELMOND, April 5.--Miss Tena Koenen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Koenen of Meservey was married to John Pals of this place at the Reformed parsonage east of here, the Rev, 0. G. Poppen officiating. The atendants were Grace Koenen, sister of the bride, and Bert Pals. _.;._ KLOBERDANG-FRANK CLARION, April 5.--Marriage license issued Wednesday to Wenzel Kloberdang, 25, Goldfield, and Elizabeth Frank, 20, Renwick. Now at MIER WOLF SONS Spring Showing 1934 FRIGIDAIRE We invite you to come in and see these splendid new FR1GIDA1RES Come in and see wh), again this year, Frigidaite «* the rx-st refrigerator of the year Convenience' The fogidaire ;'}4 has all the conteiMinces lyou've ever longed for Jt has ·automatic defrosting' led travs are released, automatical/), ttotn the freezer at a finger touetd There's an almost unbelievaBSs amount of food space--with extra room for tall bottles. Beauty? Wait till you see these handsome new Super and Deluxe series Frigidaires with their gleaming Lifetime Porcelain inside and out . . . their classic, simple lines . . . their sparkling chromium hardware I.. the new Frigidaire Serva- ihelf that's so handy when rearranging things in the refrigerator... the Sliding Utility 'Basket for eggs and other small articles. 'Economy? We've made it so easy for you to buy the Frigid-' aire "34 that you won't hesitate x moment. And the Frigidaire '34 operates on such an amaz. ingly small amount of current: that you'll scarcely notice it on 1 , your light bills! Come in and see what Frigid- aire has done for your convenience and economy. Join the proud families who are boasting, "Ours is a Frigidaire "34." E V E R Y Y E A R T H E B E S T O F T H E Y E A R A P R O D U C T O F C 1 H E R A L M O T O R S Mier Wolf Sons MASON CITY, IOWA Miss Emma L. Hanna Bride of C. Mosher HAMPTON, April 5.--Miss Emma L. Hanna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hanna, and C. J. Mosher were married at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. W. C- Cleworth, pastor of the Methodist church, Tuesday afternoon. The ceremony was witnessed by the bride's sister, Mrs. Nona G. Laydeu and Lettie M. Cleworth. The bride was graduated from the Webster City high school after which she attended the Webster City Junior college. For the past year she has been at home with her parents. The bridegroom, who is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F Mosher, was graduated from Hampton high school. Mr. and Mrs. Mosher will reside in Hampton. --·:·-- MACKLENBURG-CHRISTENSEN NASHUA, April 5.--The Rev. Conrad J. Rebelein of the Lutheran church, officiated at the marriage of Miss Clara Christensen of Chester to John Macklenburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Macklenburg, which took place Tuesday afternoon at the home' of the bridegroom's parents. They will reside with his parents upon the MacCaben farm three miles east of Nashua. --·:·-- WUERFLEIN-BERG KIESTER, Minn., April 5.-George Wuerflein, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wuerflein, west of town, was married in the German Lutheran Lutheran church by the Rev. C. Schreitmueller to Selma Berg. They will liv« on the James Hanson farm just west of town. » Mrs. Helen King, of Sandridge, England, is recovering from the effects of swallowing a bottle which contained pills she was advised to take. EX-PRESIDENT IN JOVIAL MOOD Splittinq Headaches leaoed why she was always miserable -- and found out about NR Tablets (Nature'sRcmedy). Now she gets along fine with everybody. This safe, dependable, all-vegetable laiative brought quick relief and quiet nerves because it cleared her system of poisonous wastes--made bowel action easy and regular. Thousands take NR daily. It's such a sure, pleasant corrective. Mild, non-habit-forming. No bad aftereffects. At your druggist's--25c. ILHTO-NICHT |T\ T 9 U 0°«*'..»!«« "TI i»^"c*ackidieHoraani TUlVU) «J°". luartbiini. Only I Seldom has Former President Herbert Hoover been photographed in this sort of informal picture. He is shown making friends with the dog of Harrison E. Spangler of Cedar Bapids, Iowa, where he was an over- nlrht guest of Spangler, former republican national commltteeman, onr- ing his trip into the midwest. (Associated Press Photo). At Least 1 Meal a Day Should Be Social Time for Members of Family By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH "Not such big mouthfuls, Tommy." "Susan, take your elbows off the table." "Mary, you must eat with your mouth shut," "Don't grab, Sam." Mr. Smith sighed in despair. Tired and nervous after a day in the office, eager to carry on a little pleasant conversation with his wife and children, every sentence he spoke was punctuated with lessons in table-manners given to the children by Mrs. Smith. Table-talk was rapidly degenerating into corrections from Mrs. Smith, and sullen silence' on the part of Mr. Smith, while the children, bored and eager to get away, grew more unmannerly every day. One meal a day at least might well be made a social affair, and preferably the one where all tha family is in a leisurely mood, with no street car to catch or school to reach. At this meal only the most flagrant abuses of good breeding should be corrected, and those as inconspicuously as possible. For the rest, if it were understood that the meal was In the nature of an "occasion," where everyone was suppossd to be gay and relaxed, the chances are that the children would make an effort to conform -to the usages of their elders as far as possible. Simple games like 'Fish, Flesh And Fowl," and "Pack My Aunt's Trunk," geographical conundrums 10 questions, draw everyone into the conversational circle and keep the smallest child alert and inter- sted. Bored children are always slouchy and bad mannered, and the surest way to promote courtesy and good igestion in the entire family is to Rocky Boy Film to Be Presented Sunday by Central Lutherans Christmas at Rocky Boy is a joyous occasion and it finds its center, in the mission activities. To bring to the Lutheran church the meaning of Christmas for a Christian Indian girl, Miss Annie Chippewa consented to act the principal role in a motion picture story entitled "That Their Joy Might Be Full." This is one of the subjects of the motion picture "Rocky Boy Mission in Action" which is to be presented in Central Lutheran church Sunday night at 8 o'clock. These pictures -were taken by John W. Gable, son of the Rev. W. H. Gable, who is missionary of the United Lutheran church at Rocky Boy. The film is open to the public and a free will offering will be taken. SPECIAL PRICE FOR APRIL Come in Today for Examinations Office at livergood Bros. 110 N. Federal Pita Frritkt D E L I V E R E D md INSTALLED Thomas Refrigeration Co. 125 FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY, IOWA 4-106 HURRY! This is the last of the discontinued half-price sales in International Silver Co.'s Rogers' and Holmes and Edwards Quality Silver. Many sets are already spoken for. Pageant and Romance Patterns Holmes-Edwards Service for 6, $33.75 $16.88 Service for 8, $43.50 S2L75 Act now and have a set at these low prices. A deposit holds it for 30 days. LAKE COTTAGE and EVERY DAY SETS 26-piece, hollow handle, stainless, Rogers' quality. §16.50 ' values Extra good set for so little money. See Our Booth at the Builders' Show STATE DIAMONDS STATE Tips on Contract By TOM O'NEtt.. BEATING A SLAM Happy is the player who figures ut on unorthodox lead to defeat a am contract. When no good lead marked by the bidding or the ader's holding and when tenaces ut the leader in a difficult position, bout the only thing left to do is to try to make the declarer err. Mrs. Lloyd B. Thomas of Brook- yn has a pleasant recollection of er underlead of an ace-queen gainst a slam contract. It proved o be the only way the declarer ould be beaten. Here was the hand: NORTH 4 9 3 » B 7 S 4 + 0 97 ^ W fsT * J 9 6 Z 4 Q 8 6 f A 0 * A K 8 3 a * K 10 5 SO EAST 4 A K J 7 5 4 - »J. 10 2 + J 6 5 CCTICURA OINTMENT Relieves Skin Irritations quickly ted easily. For sufferer* from itching, burning affections, eczema, piinples,rashes, red, rough skin, ·ore, itching, burning feet, ehafings, cbappinga, cuts, burns and all forms of disfiguring blotches, prompt relief may be found by anointing with Cadeora (Hutment. It quickly floothes and soon heals. Price 23c and SOc Sample free. Address: "Cutlcurn," Dept. 7G, Maiden, Maw. With North and South passing, the bidding went: West, one diamond; East, one spade;-West, two no trump; East, four spades; West ive spades; East, six spades. Mrs. Thomas, sitting South, cogi- ated. A trump lead should be futile since the bidding showed that East and West evidently had enough spades and West could not be shortened effectively. A heart lead away rom the king did not commend itself, since the two no trump offer by West would indicate possession of high hearts. West must have top diamonds because he opened the jidding. What were the possibilities as to clubs? Mrs. Thomas reasoned this way: Her length in clubs to the ace- queen, coupled with the fact that East insisted upon a spade contract, nstead of no trump, tended to show that East had few clubs and West probably had the king. If she should lead the ace or a club should be led through her, no harm probably could come to the declarer. But suppose she should lead a low club! If the king were in,.the West hand, the declarer would have to guess whether to play it or to play a lower club to try to force the ace from the North hand. The very boldness of it would tend to make the declarer think the ace was In the North hand. The plot worked. The declarer, studying dummy, noted that he had to finesse hearts to make his contract, and that even if the finesse should be successful there was a losing diamond and a losing club in the East-West hands. If the club ace were in the North hand, as seemed probable to him from the lead, a diamond East could be discarded on the club king, provided the ten-spot forced the ace. South, he reasoned, must be leading from the queen-knave. The' knave of clubs North took the first trick, much to East's amazement, and thereafter he had to lose a-diamond. Of course, one might say, all East had to do to make his contract was to play the king of clubs on the opening lead and give up a diamond trick. True enough, if one could see al' the cards of the four hands. But East, a player of better than ordinary ability, thought he was taking the safest course to make the hand all due to Mrs. Thomas' brilliant unorthodox lead, a lead which usually is beneficial to the declarer. Votes Counted in Alumni Election. IOWA CITY, April 5.--Tallying of ballots in the 1934 election of the University of Iowa alumni assocla tion was under way and announce ment of the 17 new officers probably will be made within a week, F G. Higbee, alumni secretary, reported. Smart agnostics don't believe the story of Jonah and the whale. You see, it isn't printed on a label.-Wisconsin State Journal. keep H amused. If Tommy Is eager to answer « question suddenly popped at him, he will take small mouthfuls, and Mary will do the same and so be able to chew without opening her mouth. DO YOUR FEET BOTHER YOU? Do your shoes run over at the .heels or soon lose their shape :; r slip... spread ... bulge over the soles? Here is your chance to learn how these conditions can be prevented ... also how you can obtain relief from tired, aching feet, hurting corns, callouses or bunions; itching feet and toes, weak arches or any foot trouble. No charge or obligation. Be sure to attend this SPECIAL EVENT Dr. Scroll's personal representative from Chicago will be at our store, on SATURDAY, APRIL 7 We will make Pedo-graph prints of both your stockinged feet, giving you the prints without charge, so that you may see just how you stand in the matter of foot health . .. also sample of Dr. SchoU's Zino-pads for qui^'- removal of a com or cushioning a sore spot from shoe prcr- -.nil an interesting booklet, by Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, "Tree ::nd Care of the Feet." v A *n fw»«k 14 EAST JLAIlll* 9 STATE ST. WHERE SHOES ABE REALLY FITTED FINK'S ASSIST YOU IN Fitting Your I Outfit TolYour Budget A SENSATIONAL PURCHASE of new Swagger Suits and Tailored Coats makes it possible to offer these incomparable values in ... COATS -SUITS Our New York Office made this purchase after many days of effort and we are passing the savings on to our hundreds of potential- buyers. ALL OF THE NEW COLORS Boucle Twist, Monotone Tweeds, Viola Crepe, Double Faced Coating, Smolla, Fancy Tweed. Grey Mix, Navy New Blue Shades Tans, Twists, Etc. Whether you had planned to spend $15 to $25 or not, we invite you to see these special bargains and compare ... BETTER DRESSES i/ 2 PRICE All of our better dresses have been reduced from one-third to one-half off former prices, we want to clean house and hava priced accordingly. Pastels, Polka Dots, Coat Dresses, Sheers, Triple Sheers and Fine Prints" . . . all sizes. Values from $7.90 to $19.75. SHADES. MANY PRICED 1O SELL AT $25.00 PHONE 484 USE YOUB CHABGE ACCOUNT

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