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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 6, 1934
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^ APRIL 6 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Organist Will Play Program Sunday at St. John's Church Oliver Wade, organist from Cedar Rapids and at present a student at Cornell college, is to be presented in an organ recital on the Ralph Waldo Emerson Decker memorial 'pipe organ at St. John's church Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock. Student of Marshall Bidwell, now head of the Carnegie Institute of Music in Pittsburgh, Pa., and one of Ameri' ca'3 five outstanding organists, Mr. Wade comes with the high recommendations as to his ability and technic. His program will consist of "Toccata and Fuge in D Minor," Bach; "Christmas in Sicily," Pietro Ton; "Christ's Death on the Cross," Bach; ··rastorale," Caesar Franck; "Find- landia," Sibelius; "In Thee is Joy," Bach; "Yoccata in G Minor," Dubois; "Pastorale in A," Guilmant; "Hallelujah Chorus," Handel (arrange" nt by Whitney). T .1-. Wade is being presented by the department of religious education of the Young People's Fellowship of St. John's parish. No admission will be charged but a silver offering will be received and the recital is open to the gerieral public. MAKRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED TO COUPLE Clayton O. Balcom, 33, and Pearl Smith, 19, both of Rochester, Minn., have been issued a license to wed. (Oehvew^ Freshens the mouth ..Soothes the throat VICKS COUGH PROP SPRING ENSEMBLE Miss Evelyn Weber Honored at Party Miss Evelyn Weber was honored at a miscellaneous shower given at her home, 203 Twenty-first street southeast, Thursday at which 40 guests were present. A mock wedding was presented with Mrs. William Turnbull, Mrs. L, L. Crider, Mrs. A. L. Vrider, Mrs. Jay Bitting, Mrs. Peter Nelson. Mrs. Ray Dean and Mrs. Carl Hasse taking part Miss Gretchen Weber sang "Roll Out of Bed With a Smile." The time was spent informally and a number of gifts were presented to Miss Weber who will be married the latter part of April to John Schultz of Mason City. Mrs. Turnbull, Mrs. Vern Gutterman, Mrs. Harold Maass and Miss Gretcheu Weber served refreshments. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER TROF" ON CANOE HONEYMOON Factory Sponsored V 2 Price Sale ON 1847 ROGERS BROS. Anniversary and 4ncestral Patterns WATCHES Blonekordk DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE ..,, See With. Ease in JENSEN GLASSES E Y.K; STKAJ.N, nervousness, headaches, lassitude, all detract from your efficiency and are all results of impaired vision or improper glasses. Come in Today For Examination 110 N. Federal Mason City One of Sussman-Foote's designs for spring street wear is pictured above. The 40 inch jacket has slightly squared shoulders, wide revers and is fitted lightly at the waist. The vest is pique. (Associated Press photo.) 3EKDELLA LIGHTBOBY ENTERTAINS CLUB Miss Bcrdella Lightbody, 502 Fif- eenth street northwest, entertained he J. U. E. Bridge club at her home Thursday evening. Prizes went to Wiss Jessie Adams and Miss Letha Caruth. After bridge a. lunch was erved. » WEDDINGS HELD AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA, April 6.-The Rev. William Kent officiated at two weddings at The Little Brown church Wednesday: Miss Norma Kerr, Glidden, and Loren W. Bundt, Bieda; Miss Henrietta Swartzlow, Winoria, Minn., and Albert Chapel, Houston, Minn. Thirty thousand Jamaicans who have been living in other Caribbean places are being sent back to Jamaica. By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE DINNER FOR FOUR The Menu. Veal Puffs Cream Sauce Baked. Suffed Potatoes Bread Peach Jam Fruit Salad French Dressing Cocoanut Cream Pie Coffee Veal Puffs (Using Leftovers) One and one-half cups chopped cooked veal, 2-3 cup crumbs, 1 tablespoon chopped parsley, 1 teaspoon chopped onion, 1 teaspoon chopped celery, H teaspoon salt, U teaspoon paprika, 1 egg, 2-3 cup milk. .; Beat egg. add rest of ingredients and fill buttered muffin pans or individual baking dishes. Set^n pan of hot water and bake 25 minutes in moderate oven. Unmold and surround with cream or 'tomato sauce. Baked Stuffed Potatoes. Four baked potatoes, 2 tablespoons cream, Vt teaspoon salt, % teaspoon paprika, 3 tablespoons diced cheese. Remove and mash pulp from baked potatoes. Add cream, salt and paprika to potatoes and beat 2 minutes. Roughly refill potato cases. Sprinkle with cheese and bake 15 minutes in moderate oven. r o D i H - d K-'lnrfls of Ohio State university and his bride have begun a . o,?eymoon by*canoe from Ro S er S viHe, Ten,,., ,,, New Or cans and MCYJCO City. They arc shown at as they launched thUr col e boa in the Tennessee river. Fart of their trip will he made bj and ships. Inglfo Is a physicist. (Associated Press Photo). We Carry . , . A FULL LINE OF LAWN GRASS SEEDS JOHNSTON'S F L O W E R S Across From I'arfe We Iclesnipli Floweri Phone 223 10 First Street N. W. Cocoanut Cream Pie. One baked pie shell, % cup sugar, 1-3 cup flour, Vo ieaspoon salt, 2 egg yolks, 2 cups milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla, V- teaspoon lemon extract, 1 tablespoon butter, Vi cup cocoanut. Blend sugar, flour and salt. Add yolks and milk. Cook in double boiler until creamy. Stir frequently. Add extracts, butter and cocoanut. Mix well and pour into pie shell. Cover with meringue. Meringue. Two egg whites, 5 tablespoons sugar, U teaspoon lemon extract. % teaspoon salt, 1-3 cup cocoanut. Beat whites, add sugar, extract and salt and mix until creamy. Spread on filling, sprinkle with cocoanut. Bake 12 minutes in slow oven. A. J. Faust Speaker at Missionary Rally The Rev. A. J. Faust, missionary on furlough from Africa, spoke at the missionary rally Thursday afternoon at Grace Evangelical church. The program also included readings by Mrs. Lloyd Lyford of Manly and Mrs. Harold Hartson of Dumont. Mrs. D. C. Davies of Meservey sang as did the Meservey women's quartet. During the even- ng the Young People's society had charge of the program. There were delegations from Bolan, Manly, Nora Springs, Meservey, Sheffield, Dumont and Mason City. Most of the goods being imported into Bolivia are now purchased by the government. U. S. W. V. AUXILIARY MEETS AT Y. W. C. A. The April rometing of the U. a. w. V auxiliary was held at the Y. W. C A. Following the business session the time was spent informally Edgar Walker Elected Association Treasurer MOUNT VERNON, April 6.--Edgar Walker of Mason City, a sophomore at Cornell college, Mount Vernon, has been elected by students here as treasurer of the Cornell Christian association for the academic year 1934-35. Mr. Walker is a-prominent member of the Purple Masquers, Cornell dramatic society, and has recently appeared in Hugo's "Mary Tudor" and "The Forgotten Man," which was presented in Mason City. Much Interest Is Shown in Program for Saturday Night Much Interest is being displayed by dance lovers of Mason City and vicinity in the apearance of Vick annah and his West Coasters at le armory Saturday night. Al- hough this is the first personal ap- earance of this aggregation in Maon City they are not strangers to lose who follow the radio broad- asting bands. Mr. Hannah got his name of Fiddle King" for his superb per- ormance on a four string violin. His fferings on this instrument will be a feature attraction in the West Coasters local engagement. This is not a so-called "old time" orches- ra and only a thoroughly modern irogram win be presented. The American Legion dance committee feel that it is particularly fortunate in obtaining a band of this caliber for its first offering after the Lenten season and are confident that the "Fiddle King" and his band will more than live up to their advance notices. There Is to be no increase in the usual armory price schedule for this outstanding attraction. O. N. O. CLUB MEETS WITH MIS. BIKCH Mrs. Ralph Birch, 1418 President avenue northwest, was hostess to the O. N. O. club p at her home Thursday. There were four tables of 500 with high score prize going to Melvin Christian and low to Everett McKee. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jake Nagel, 1537 Jefferson avenue northwest. .;. R, *. A. HEALTH CLUB MEETS AT P. 0. AND E. The R. N. A. Health club met Thursday at the P. G. and E. auditorium with Mrs. L. G. Bird, Mrs. H F Goodwin, Mrs. C. Herr and Mrs. Aaron Elabury as hostesses. Five hundred was played with high score prize for guests going to Mrs. Anna AUckson and low to Mrs. H. C Haase and high score prize lor members to Mrs. C. L, Loonier and low to Mrs. Bert Winter. Officers will be elected at the next meeting. ATHENIAN CLUB MEETS AT PHALEN'S Mrs. T. R. Phalen. 510 Fifth street southeast, was hostess to the Athenian club Thursday afternoon. Current events were given by Mrs. J F Prize and Mrs. W. B. Casey and Mrs. D. W Daly led the lesson on "Industrial Fisheries." LINCOLN RADIO C. S. C. HEARS TALK BROADCAST Lincoln Radio Child Study circle met with Mrs. R. J. Longley, 107 Carolina avenue southeast, for a talk on "Intellectual Development by Dr Thomas Vance of Iowa Stat college. A solution of the problem was worked out and sent to Iowa Citv At the close of the afternoon the" hostess served refreshment!: The next meeting will be April 1 with Mrs. Ray Bappe. WESLEY, April 6.--The Women's 'oreign Missionary society roomers of both the Congregational and Methodist churches are uniting In a program to be given Sunday night, onslsting of songs and talks relat- ng to missions. Those taking part n the program will be the Rev. 1 C. McNulty, Mrs. EH Goodnow, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Paulson, Mrs. Arlo Dawson, Mrs. Jorgen Skow. Mrs. J. -lodges, Mrs. L. Hanson, Mrs. C. Hanson. April Is the Month for DIAMONDS Perfect bhio wlilte quarter carat Diamond Engagement Ring $49.50 CONVENIENT PAYMENTS MURRAY « . H Y rlttlt «e«d» In "« rtlht p uX»."c"n "and, tb. n.c c u t t e o n e , . o . In, biBCUlU, "Your C.- n«V« Complete Menu A d«»n. well-h»l»nced gift -- )u«t wr.»t He need* for Health «nd Soni. lilul Cage [ BIRD SEED FREE Atoll Grocers and e a u u age over trlfutni eov»rt FREE. Bits About 'Em Shapely Limbs Trim Ankles Well fitted Shoes '..,,.. and essentially GOOD FEET T~)0 your shoes soon look, old or lose their shape? Arc you bothered with tired, aching feet that rob you. of youth, boise, charm, vitality and health itsc!/? Do you suffer with corns, callouses, bunions, itching feet and toes, weak, arches or any other foot trouble? Here is your chance to learn how to obtain perfect foot comfort ... how to relieve foot troubles. Np charge or obligation. Be sure to attend this SPECIAL EVENT Dr. Scroll's personal representative from Chicago -- will be in our store, on SATURDAY, APRIL 7 The Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Caul, 225 East State street, drove to Nashua Friday where Mrs. Caul remained to visit her sister, Mrs. Joel Wheaton, and her brother, George Younker,' while Mr. Caul went on to Cedar Falls. * * * Dunham Taylor of the Seabury- Western Theological Seminary of Evanston, 111., has left for Evanston after spending several days with the Rev. Robert M. Redenbaugh. Mr. Taylor's home is in Los Angeles. * * * Mrs. Elizabeth Myers Cutter has returned from Chicago where she attended the Illinois Hair Dressers' convention and also the meeting of the National Hair' Dressers' association of which she is a member. * * * Chester Mark returned to Waterloo Friday after a week's visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mark, 123 Jackson avenue southwest. He was accompanied by his sister, Wallie, and the Misses Alta Johannsen, Ruth Anderson and Helen Zabrasky. This Studio Was Selected.. * By Mrs, Pauline Rohrs For Her Beauty Requirements While in Mason City Announcing the addition to our studio of a new electric painless eyebrow tweezers and electric manicuring machine. -- CROQUINOLE MARCELLE -MYERS BEAUTY STUDIO 7 SOUTH DELAWARE PHONE 91« Social Calendai FRIDAY Kill Kare Klub-7'/s 30 o'clock. Park Thomason, Rock Falls school annual oyster supper. R. X. A. Drill team-7:45 o'clock, P. G. and E.. card party, Mrs. Ed Deeny and committee. Queen Kebekah lodge-8 o'clock, I. 0. O- F. hall, social hour, refreshments. pleasant Ridge club-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pedelty. Our Saviour's Luther League-8 o'clock, church. SATURDAY LAIRD'S " EAST STATE WHERE SHOES ARE REALLY FITTED Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S-1 o'clock, Masonic temple, schoo of instruction. Portland Snap Girls- Jean Bitterman. R. N. A. Juveniles-1 o'clock, Eagles hall. ROSENWINKLE-VOIGTS ALLISON. April 6.--A marriag license was issued here April 4 t Paul Henry Rosenwinkle, 27, Claries 1 ville, and Emma Lou Voigts, 26 _ 1 Bristow. Healthy Mothers Have Healthy Babies Three Generations Benefited "My mother took your Vegetable Compound most of her life, especially at the Change. When I got married 1 took it duringpreg- nancy. It makes childbirth very easy. I have two lovely daughters. One is married now, and she tikes your medicine, too.' -Mrs. Marie Lubecli, 1024 Boston Road, Bronx, New York. For your baby's sake, take Lydia E. Piokham's Vegetable Compound before and after childbirth. It will give you more strength and energy '... quiet your nerves . . . prepare you for the ordeal of motherhood. After the baby comes, it will help you to regain normal health and vitality. "After my first baby was born I was a nervous wreck. I started taking the Vegetable Compound and it helped me. Before my second child was born I took the medicine regularly and everything went fine from beginning to end. I had an easy time at the hospital and feel fine eycr since. --Airs. E. P. Severance, 29 Highland Ave., Deny, N. //. L Y D I A E; P i N K H A M ' S VEGETABLE COMPOUND g» The Meat/cine Mother and Grandmother Depended On Mothers MRS. PAULINE R O H R S . . . Cooking school expert, stressed the importance of eating quality bread. who are concerned about their children '-Vitamin U" Bread Kill help Nature build strong bones, sound teeth, straight legs Of course you've heard of vitamins --those mysterious elements m food. No one actually knows what ·vitamins arc--but Science knows what they do. · If "Vitamin D", for instance, is absent from a baby's diet, his bones and teeth will develop poorly, his legs probably be bowed. Add "Vitamin D" to the child's diet, and the condition will be corrected. Unfortunately, "Vitamin D" is most meager, or even entirely lacking, in everyday foods. Its richest source is cod liver oil. No w--as a resul t of a remarkable discovery by Dr. Theodore i. Zucker of Columbia University-the natural "Vitamin D" can be extracted directly from pure cod liver oil and incorporated in bread. It is our privilege to be the exclusive licensee of the Zucker-Columbia process in this territory. Our "VITAMIN D" BREAD contains only the purest ingredients --plus the natural "Vitamin D" equivalent of two teaspoonfuls of standard cod liver oil. Just the tas tcless and odorless vital element, without the oil. Today, when you buy bread for your family, specify "Vitamin D" Bread. On sale everywhere. "Vitamin D" tJiould be plentiful in. the diet of expectant or nursing mothers, to protect tlieir teeth, to aid in building baby's bones and teeth. "VITAMIN D" BREAD * MATURES OWN* * I PFAFF BAKING CO.

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