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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 9, 1934
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APRIL 9 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN PORTLAND SNAP OIKLS MEET AT B1TIESMASS The Portland Snap girls were entertained Saturday at the home ol Miss Jean Bitterman. There were eight members present and a program of talks and music was given. The next meeting: will be May 5 with Miss Alta Spotts as hostess. GKRALDINE NULL HONORED AT PARTY Geraldine Null, 704 Massachusets avenue southeast, was honored at a party on her eighth birthday. Games were played during the afternoon with prizes going to Ellen Hickling and Velma June Beckjorden. Guests besides the prize winners were Phyllis Veit. Viola Gilmore, Betty Brown, Mary Harrold, Ilene Harrold, Hope Darland, Doris Gil- more, Lorraine Peterson, Roily Beckjorden, Donald Harold, Allen Lee Hobbs. Lunch was served with Mrs. Cecil Howell and Mrs. Clyde Atkinson, aunts of the honoree, assisting in serving. A number of gifts were presented to her. TRIO HONORED AT BIRTHDAY PARTY. Honors were shared by Miss Violet Sweiger. Arlington E. Smith and Leo M. Sweesy at a birthday party given Saturday evening at the Hotel Hanford. There were 30 guests and a buffet luncheon was served. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Finch of Waterloo who were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Chandler and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Steele of Oelwein. Just the shoes you'll want for Golf.,. School... Hiking * . . Bicycling OXFORDS In a special celling at a Reduced Price Right when you are wanting Oxfords for Spring and Summer Sport* comes this timely telling ot higher priced shoes... styles you'll like in desirable colors and materials ... your choice ot leather or rubber soles... they're a real buy at $1.99. Mail Orders Filled Bamotfg, CHEERFUL SfKVICE STOKl AAA-C 3-9 April Will Be Devoted t6 Children American Legion Auxiliary Turns Attention to Child Welfare. April has been designated as "child ·elfare month" by the American Legion auxiliary. During this month the auxiliaries throughout he United States will give special ttention to the program for the ben- fit of American children. They will dp promote the welfare of father- ess children of World war veterans nd improve conditions for all un- erprivileged children. The auxiliary assumes the respon- ibility of assuring care, training and protection to the children of vet- rans of the World war who find hemselves in need of assistance due ,o the death, disability or unemployment of fathers or mothers. The auxiliary feels it its duty to see hat the birthright of children shal lot be denied the veterans' children md that a normal, healthy atmosphere in which to develop and grow nto manhood or womanhood will be given them. They must be given an equal opportunity with other chil Mrs. Fred Johnson of Des Moines department chairman of child wel fare will speak over WHO April 12 at 2-15 o'clock and also over WOI April 27 a 4:30 o'clock. Mrs. John son attended the "Area D" chili ,-elfare conference in St. Louis Fes 2 and 3. HAMILTON STUDENTS ENTERTAINED AT TEA Mr and Mrs. W. R. Hamilton en tertained the graduating class am members of the faculty of Hamil ton's College of Commerce at te, Sunday afternoon at their home S23 Jefferson avenue northwest. Tn time was spent informally and th class picture was taken, as is a tra dition with the Hamilton graduatin classes. i Price SALE on 1847 Rogers Silver REGULAR S33.75 CHEST AT $16.88 MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. Building YOUR RUGS . . . were bright colored and attractive when you bought them ..WHAT DO THEY LOOK LIKE NOW? The Skillful Cleaning of Rugs and Carpets Costs You But Little Little rugs, big rugs--carpets or runners--Orientals or Domestic --We Clean them all and clean them right! Test our rug service--you'll be surprised what a lot of rugs you ' can have beautifully cleaned for a few dollars. also DRAPES and CURTAINS Skillfully Cleaned PHONE 788 or 789 STAGING CAMPAIGN Harry B. Swan, Atlantic, candidate for the republican nomination lor attorney general, was in Mason City Monday while making a tour of the larger cities of the state. Mr. Swan has been a resident of low.i all his life imd has practiced law 19 years in Atlantic, \vhere he is active in civic affairs, having been instrumental, among other things, in organization of the Legion, Rotary club and the Izaak Walton league in his home community. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER HEARINGS ENDED ON WAGNER BILL Johnson Fails to Appear to Give Views on Labor Legislation. WASHINGTON, April 9. (ffi-- 'ublic hearings on the controversial Vagner labor bill were closed today after Hugh S. Johnson, NRA admin- strator, failed for the second time ,o appear to give his views on the egislation to the senate labor committee. Healings on the legislation--to outlaw employer dominated com- jany unions and make permanent .he national labor board--ended with some members of the committee expressing doubt that it would ae approved at all and others predicting drastic revisions. Johnson's office sent word he was "out of town." A personal investigation of labor conditions in various industrial sections by a special subcommittee appeared possible as some committee members expressed approval of the idea. Opponents of the bill have consistently asked that such an inquiry be made before any legislation was passed. The committee probably will begin executive sessions on the measure in about a week. One Set of Traffic Signals Completed One set of traffic lights has been completed at the Intersection of First street and South Federal avenue and will be in operation at any time traffic warrants, according to E. J. Patton, chief of police. Lights that govern the intersection are to be found opposite from the corner which the driver or pedestrian approaches. CHabez Services to Be Tueesday Morning Funeral services for John C. Chabez, 40, Mexican who died at his home, No. 13 Lehigh Row. from a knife wound, will be held at the Holy Family church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. The Rev. R. P. Murphy, pastor of the church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery The body was taken to the home about 4 o'clock Monday afternoon from the Patterson funeral home. Rifles Purchased for Local Police Mason City police have been equipped with three high powered rifles and one .22 long rifle as a. precautionary measure against bandits, etc. Other equipment is being purchased but the rifles are in use. A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Leland C. Parkin, Rogers Park. Chicago, April 3. according to word received here by the parents of Mrs. Parkin, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Selby. Clear Lake, recently. Mrs. Parkin was before her marriage Miss Jcanette Selby. Bicycle polo promises to be popular in England this summer. Drink Water With MeaU Good for Stomach Water with meals helps stomach juices, aids digestion. If bloated with gas add a spoonful of Adlerika One dose cleans out poisons and washes BOTH UPPER and lower bowels. Huxtable Drug Co. and Weed Pharmacy. NOW IS THE TIME TO SOW Grass Seed It pays to buy the best We are seed experts and can tell you what to use for best re- suite. Phone us before buying elsewhere. PHONE 55 KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE CHERRY COTTAGE PUDDING RECIPE Dinner for Four Minced Beef Steak Browned Potatoes Creamed Carrots Bread Plum Jelly Head Lettuce Russian Dressing Cherry Cottage Pudding Lemon Sauce Coffee Minced Beef Steak (Economical and Tasty) One pound beef round, chopped, J-4 cup cracker crumbs, 2 egg yolks, 14 teaspoon salt, Yi teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon finely chopped mion, 1 teaspoon finely chopped ;reen peppers. Mix ingredients and pat into greased pie pan. Broil 10 minutes, ;hen place on another pie pan and jrown upper side. Turn on to plat- ;er and garnish with parsley. Browned Potatoes. Four tablespoons bacon fat, 8 halves boiled potatoes, »A teaspoon, salt, V s teaspoon paprika. Heat fat in frying pan. Add and quickly brown potatoes. Requires about .7 minutes. Sprinkle with salt and paprika. Serve. Cherry Cottage Pudding;. (Other Fruit Can Be Used) One and one-half cups flour, teaspoons baking powder, H teaspoon salt, 2-3 cup sugar, 1 egg, cup milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla, tablespoons fat, melted, 1 cup, seeded cherries. Mix flour, baking powder, salt anc sugar Add egg, milk, vanilla and fat. Beat 2 minutes. Pour cherries into bottom of greased shallow pan cover with batter. Bake 25 minutes in moderately slow oven. Unmold cherry side up, and serve cold or warm with lemon sauce. Lemon Sauce. Two-thirds cup sugar, 3 table spoons flour, % teaspoon salt, 1 cups water, 1-3 cup lemon juice, 1 tablespoon grated lemon rind. Blend sugar, flour and salt. Ad( rest of ingredients and cook unti sauce becomes creamy. Stir con stantly. Serve warm or cold. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY HELD FOR TWO Twenty guests including Daugh ters of -Veterans and their husband gathered at the G. R. Winchel home, 1429 Monroe avenue north west,' Saturday evening for a birth day party honoring H. F. Goodwi and Mrs. Winchell. Refreshment were served by Mrs. Goodwin an Mrs. H. A. Morphew. CARS COLLIDE A car driven by Arthur Roberts Manly, collided with a car driven, b Mable Benedict, Nora Springs, abou 5:40 o'clock Saturday afternoon o Maple drive. Both cars were dam aged. FIGHT GRASS FTOE Firemen were called to 860 Vir ginia avenue southeast, about 1 o'clock Monday afternoon to fight a grass fire. The world may be growing better and better, but it will be a loug time before any of these investigations run out of material.--San Diego Union. IOWA COAL CODE BOARD ELECTED Divisional Authority W i l l Administer Pact for Retailers. DBS MOINES, April 9. (Jl't--Or- anization. of a divisional code au- hority to administer the code of air practice for retail coal dealers f Iowa was announced today by an rganization committee. An election now is in progress to ilect nine members of the division as the code authority. The retail ealers' code has been approved un- er the NRA by President Roose- elt. The voting is by mail, and mid- ight April 14 is the deadline for ecelpt of ballots by the Des Moines hamber of commerce. The orzani- ation also is distributing the bal- ots and will supervise the voting. Every retailer of coal, coke and /ood is eligible to participate in the organization, the committee said. Each retailer's ballot will count as one vote, and he will be entitled to an additional vote for each 500 tons of fuel sold in 1933. Members of the organization committee are J. 0. McClelland, chairman and R. F. Payne. H. J. Dan^ S. Harvey Blount, E. S. Taft, G. A. Rose and Floyd Bettes. Permit Blanks for Retailers Sent Out by Iowa Tax Board DES MOINES, April 9. (/?)--Mailing out of application blanks for retail permits was begun today by the state board of assessment and review as the state retail sales tax entered its second week of operation. The board sent 18,000 blanks to county treasurers who, in turn, will distribute them to retailers. Blanks later will be sent to chambers of commerce and similar organizations to aid in the distribution. Young Democrats Will Hold Rally April 17 CRESCO, April 9.--A fourth district rally of Young Democrat clubs will be held here April 17. The event originally had been scheduled for April 10. Candidate For Congress. DES MOINES, April 9. (jVi--A.. 0. Hauge, former state representative, announced his candidacy for the republican nomination for congress from the sixth district. VlCKS VORATONE a better mouth-wash at a big saving/ ANTISEPTIC -MOUTH-WASH · GARGLE Ask Mother- She Knows Mother took this medicine before and after the babies came. It gave her more strength and energy when she was nervous and rundown .. - kept her on the job all through the Change. No wonder she recommends it. LYD1A E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern POMEGRANATE The southern states claim the honor of originating this quilt design. Only strong colors were available for the original, but today softer shades of red, rose, pink, yellow, green and purple make a handsomer coverlet. Today's block is not difficult to applique and will not take long to make. Completed, the square measures 18 inches. Ten plain blocks and 10 applique blocks plus a three inch border comprise the spread. This pattern is from quilt book No. 16 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. 16. FAT CLARA LEARNS QUICK WAY TO GETJHIN Now Easy to Lose Fat--a Pound a Day -Yet Eat Your Fill Thanks to new scientific discoveries, *. fat person can now lose a. pound a day ... yet eat even more than now. All you do is take a teaspoonful of the new Condensed JAD Salts in a glass of ·water before breakfast, and make two small changes in eating, »s explained in the Condensed JAD folder you get. The first day you lose 3 to 5 pounds moisture weight alone! The system is cleared of depleting poisons. Fat melts away, your youthful allure returns, yet you need never know a hungry moment. Ask for the new economical Condensed JAD Salts at any drug store--and begin this quick method of reducing tomorrow. The Condensed JAD Salts, remember, is urged as a poison-banishing agent and to banish unhealthy bloating . . . not as a reducing one. New 6.1. Will Afford Numerous Economies Deluxe Features All-steel cabinets. · · Glistening: enamel finish. . . . - « Adjustable sliding shelves. . . · » * Stainless-steel freezing chamber. . . · · · Temperature control. . Foot-pedal door opener. Interior lighting. T HERE are a dozen and one reasons why you should get a new General Electric refrigerator --soon. One of the most important of these is that the purchase of a General Electric is a step toward greater economy in your home. A General Electric will keep foods fresh, crisp, healthful. It will do away with the spoilage of milk and meats and vegetables. It will help you utilize left-overs to the fullest extent. Then too, a General Electric refrigerator will let you purchase foods in larger quantities -- at greatly reduced prices. Don't delay a bit longer. Learn about the silence, the freedom from repairs, the long Me of the Uen- eraf Electric Monitor Top. See the new Deluxe models. See the other General Electrics. Buy now- Then rest assured of ideal refrigeration year in ana year out. The new Deluxe Qen- eral Electrics cqmbine superlative s t y l i n g with unmatched performance ...... Popular Prices - ~ Small Amount Down f vJ ^ *~* Convenient Terms COPIES GAS AND ELEOT1C COMB\NY Electricity is Now 35% Cheaper in This Community--On the Average--Than it was in 191J

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