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April 5, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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^ ;^:;:;,:;,;:^r;, s ;:::,^ 'TWENTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ·APRIL 5 HOUSE APPROVES HOME LOAN DILL Sends It Back to Senate Without Provision to Bar Politics. 4 WASHINGTON, April 5. UK--The house today passed a bill to guarantee the'prraclpalof home loan mortgage bonds, and sent it back to the senate without a provision requested by president Roosevelt to bar poll- lownCrier FLOUR. tics in making appointments to the home owners loan corporation. The senate adopted the provision, offered by Senator Norrls (R., Nebr.), but it waa eliminated by a house committee. An effort is expected by democratic leaders to restore the Morris amendment when the measure goes to a conference committee to adjust differences between the two branches. Many Ducks Seen. WAVERLY, April 5. UP)--Tis spring, the old timers say--nearly 100 mallards and other ducks have been visiting the Cedar river near here daily for a week. 49-LB. BAG $2.10 241/j-LB. BAG... $1.10 5-LB. BAG 28c Semi-Annual Meeting of Board Members Is Held at I.O.O.F. Home The semi-annual board meeting of the board of trustees of the advisory board of the Rebekah assembly is being held at the I. O. O. F. home Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The purchasing of supplies and the planning of home management is being taken up. . Attending the meeting are tie board of trustees, consisting of ' M. Stewart, Ida Grove; M. O. Fouts, Independence; F. J. Alber, Des Moines, and the advisory board, consisting of Elizabeth Van Ness. Clinton, Millie Miller, Cedar Rapids and Lola Clinton, Marshalltown, and Rosa Henninger, Slgourney, president of the Rebekah assembly, D. E. Danielson, Cherokee, grand master, W. A. Merriam, Des Moines, grand secretary, and Seneca Cornell, Ottumwa, chairman of the homes com- ittee. ^_____ Program Well Attended. DOUGHERTY--A good crowd attended the junior high program at the opera house Sunday evening. ASK FOK BAKING GUIDE Mitchell Grocery 12? SIXTH STREET S. W. PHONE ISIS TownCri »rier FLOUR 49-LB. BAG $2.10 24'/ 2 -LB. BAG... $1.10 5-LB. BAG 28c ASK FOE BAKING GUIDE Horseshoe Gorcery PHONE 310 »rier FLOUR 219 NORTH FEDERAL 49-LB. BAG/.... $2.10 24'/j-LB. BAG... $1.10 5-LB. BAG 28c ASK FOR BAKING GUIDE Leader Grocery PHONE 969 2SO SOUTH FEDERAL How a Great Discovery In Columbia University Contributes to the Health of Your Child The importance of proper diet throughout the whole span of human li'fe is a study to which eminent scientists the world over are devoting their lives. The discovery of the vitamins and the part? each plays in the welfare of the human body is almost com-, mon knowledge, thanks to the speed and efficiency of the modern newspaper,' magazine and radio. Professor Theodore F. Zucker, working in the laboratories of "Columbia University, discovered how to extract the Vitamin D of cod liver oil in an odorless, tasteless form -- and how to concentrate this vitamin, making it possible to incorporate the cod liver oil Vitamin D in foods. This is a vitally important step forward in the science of food chemistry and nutrition because the Vitamin D in cod liver oil is very rare in common, everyday foods. And because it is lacking in the everyday diet, children, and grown-ups, too, require an additional supply of Vitamin D to grow strong and keep healthy. Cod liver oil has been · prescribed for years by physicians as the rick- est source of Vitamin D. Now this . natural, odorless, tasteless, cod liver oil vitamin can be incorporated in bread to give all the benefits of a nourishing, healthful, quality loaf plus the Vitamin D of cod liver oil without the oil itself. Vitamin D Bread is more ·than ever "the staff of life." Every loaf of Vitamin D bread contains the Vitamin D equivalent of two teaspoonsful of standard cod liver oil. There is no change what-so-ever in the delicious taste of the loaf. Serve it to the whole family generously. "VITAMIN BREAD PFAFF BAKING CO. TtiOIHPSCN · DEAN CC PHONE 117 PHONE 219 ORANGES, Ige. juicy Sunkist, 126 size, doz, 35c COFFEE, Folgers, Ib. 33c; 2 Ibs ---63c JOHNSON'S FLOOR WAX, Ib. can ..,,.--49c GARDEN CITY CLEANER, 5 Ib. pails 50c CLIMAX Wall Paper Cleaner, 3 for 25c CHIPSO, large pkg 17« Fresh Strawberries -- Fresh Asparagus MEAT DEPARTMENT Fancy Corn Fed Beef - Veal Young Lamb - Fresh Killed Hens Decker's CANNED FRANKS, 15 oz -23c Try this New Cereal Yeasties Yetit'hidden in* delicious cereftl. Nutritions whole* wheat flakes blrad- edwithacttTeyeut. 17* Pillsburry FLOUR 49 Ib. sack $2.19 · ^ ***$** 49 LBS $210 FLOUR 24 i/ LBS _.$uo FINEST WOT 5L ^ S 28c GREATEST ECONOMY mmmmm ASK FOK "BUYING GUIDE" 49-LB. BAG $2.10 24/ 2 -LB. BAG... §1-10 5-LB. BAG 28c ASK FOR BAKING GUIDE Schwab Grocery 606 EAST STATE PHONE 81 Ail Authority on Foods Talks on Sugar 9 Mrs. Pauline Rohrs CONDUCTING THE GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL SAYS: · "Many people believe they can distinguish between Beet and Cane sugar . . . I tan see absolutely no difference. They are just the same, as nearly alike as two peas. Chemically the two are identical and my experience has shown them to be of equal merit for table and cooking purposes. ·1 can highly recommend Crystal Beet Sugar. I aroi using it in all recipes during the school and find It dissolves evenly and readily. North Iowa housewives would do well to speedy CRYSTAL SUGAR when ordering groceries." 3,500 North lowans had .a part in the production of 49,000,000 pounds ot Beet Sugar in 1933 at the Mason City plant of the AMERICAN BEET SUGAR CO. CRYSTAL SUGAR IS HIGH HilO BEET SUGAR will do anything any sugar will do! DUNHAM DIES OF HEART ATTACK Worked on Coast Extension of Milwaukee Railroad; Burial at Glendale. John A. Dunham, Los Angeles, who died suddenly from a heart attack, was born March 28, 1882, In Masen City. He was graduated from the Mason City high school and completed his education at the University of Minnesota, where he received two degrees in civil and constructional engineering. He was employed by the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul .railroad and sent to Seattle to help with the work of the coast extension of that railroad system. He also performed engineering work of'distinction in the city of a e In 1909 he was married to Miss Petuna Plaskett of Seattle. To this union one daughter, Petuna, was born. Mr. Dunham moved to California, 'with his family in 1911, where he resided up to the time 01 his death. Mr'Dunham spent his early life in Mason City at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos G. Dunham, .808 East" State street, which property is still owned by the heirs. In 1909 43 acres of the original home property was sold for park purposes, now being known as East park. This property has been in the Dunham family for more than 60 years. During the last year of his me he spent much of. his time in the Long Beach earthquake area. Besides showing a decided-interest In those who suffered great losses during that catastrophe by being willing to sacrifice of his time and means to assist them, he also received the commendation of the Long Beach Building association and' Chamber of Commerce for perfecting a new system of construction which will greatly Increase the efficiency and- safety of structures now being built. Mr. Dunham was a member of the Alumni association of the University of Minnesota, the Monks club of Seattle, Civil Engineering society, Long' Beach Chamber of Commerce, and Jonathan club of Los Angeles. He. was also an honorary member of the National Geographic society and a member of the Long Beach Builders' exchange. Mr. Dunham is survived by his wife, Mrs. Petuna Dunham, daughter, Petuna Dunham, and three sisters, Martha Dunham, Angie Dunham and Rena Dunham Quackenbush, all of Los Angeles. Funeral services were conducted at "The Little Church of the Flowers," Forest Lawn Memorial park at Glendale, where interment was made. Local Pastor's Father Was Pioneer Minister · An interesting account of the life of Dr. George E. Davies, pioneer minister and father of the Rev. George K. Davies, pastor of the local Presbyterian church, is contained in a recent issue of the Tarentum, Pa., Valley Daily News. George E. Davies, who has visited in Mason City and is known here for his talks, told how his grandfather, the Rev. James Davies moved west in a covered wagon because the territory in which he lived was slave country. His forefathers contributed toward establishing civil government in this country during the Revolutionary war. Five pastorates have been served by George E. Davies, Fort Wayne, Ind BeUefontaine, Ohio, St. Paul, Salt Lake City, Utah, and his present charge at Tarentum, where he has been for the past six years. The Rev. and Mrs. George E. Davies consecrated the life .of the Rev George K. Davies to the ministry on his birth but did not tell him of this until he was ordained into the ministry. What we can't understand is how farmers survived . in the time of kings, who didn't need any votes.-Kessinger's lleview. How Modern Women Lose Pounds of Fat Swiftly--Safely Gain Physical Vigor--Youthfulness With Clear Skin and Vivacious Eyes That Sparkle With Glorious Health Here's the recipe that banishes fat and brings into blossom all the natural attractiveness that every woman possesses. Every morning take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water before breakfast --cut down on pastry and fatty meats--go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar--in 4 weeks get on the scales and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. Notice also that you have gained in energy--your skin is clearer-your eyes sparkle with glorious health--you feel younger in body-keener in mind. Kruschen will give any fat person a joyous surprise. Get a bottle of Kruschen Salts-the cost is trifling-and it-lasts 4 weeks. If even this first bottle doesn't convince you this is the easiest, SAFEST and surest way to lose fat--if you don't feel a superb improvement in health--so gloriously energetic--vigorously alive-your money gladly returned. But be sure for your health's sake that you ask for and get Kruschen Salts. Get them at Huxtable Drug Co., or any drugstore in the world. You Have Seen Pauline L. Rohrs . use K C Baking Powder in the Globe-Gazette Cooking School. She explained its high quality and the economy in using K G in your baking. Owing to its great leavening strength a smaller amount of KG is used per recipe than of ·ome other brands. Use the DOUBLE-TESTED! DOUBLE-ACTION! 25 Ounces for 25c SAME PRICE TODAY as 43 year sago Manufactured by taking powder tpceUfltts who make nothing else. Controlled by expert chemists. The quality of K C to always uniform -- it's dependable. . Try it in your favorite recipe as instructed by: the demonstrator. You will find there is none better -- purer -- more efficient. MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT _____ _______-GET THE K G COOK BOOK FREE! i I Beautifully iiluitr»ted «nd eon- Ntme taini many excellent telted ·ay recipe*. Copiei will be mailed to men of KG Biking Powder tend-- ing us the n*tn* and address of their grocer. ADDRESS JAQUES MFG. CO., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS PHONE 2727 Quality Foods I G A Means Lowest Average Price Pleasing Service 123 No. Federal STOP and SHOP FOOD MARKET FRIDAY and SATURDAY Butter °=° ».23c CANDY Pure Fruit Tablets 2 £ 25' "IGA" PANCAKE FLOUR bag Kellogg s ALL BRAN "IGA" Golden Bran Flakes 2pkgs. 15° Van Camps PORK and BEANS No. 2'/ 2 can, 3 for "IGA" CREPE TISSUE 3 rolls 17 C Tender, Fresh Meats Lard Pantry Tested Ib.lOC Veal Roast TM Pork Chops FRESH HamRoast "3» B lb.1?C Beef Roast S3 " d ib15c SUGAR CUBED Boned, and Tied Ham Boned lb.20C Garden Fresh Vegetables FRESH Asparagus '^ 0 ! Carrots DON'T MISS THIS VALtTE Grapefruit ***"' dozen 29c NO. 1 RUSSET! Potatoes SnV r peck39c Tomatoes Fresh, Nice for Slicing .. ib.12c Apples 4ibs.23c BEET SUGAR 10 Ib. bag LEWIS LYE 25' CLIMALENE Water Softener, 4 Q c large pkg J- v ······^····'V^^ Wall Paper Cleaner 3 cans APRICOTS Marion Brand, -f AC tall can _ A V BROOMS DE I.UXB Me ··I" BRAND '·« "G" BBANB «e "A" BRAND 59c GUEST IVORY Toilet Soap, 6 bars CHIPSO FLAKES 3 Small Packages Rub-No-More Powder Lge. · ff c pkg.lt) PILLSBURYS FLOUR, 24V 2 Ib. bag

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