The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 8, 1939 · Page 27
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March 8, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 27

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 Montgomery Expand arm Store The Montgomery Ward farm re, 18-20. Second street south- i-St, will be expanded and re- lodeled to house a larger line if small items, C. V. McCarthy, yanager, announced Wednesday. . An addition will be built on "\tlie side of the present store ISvhich will extend it approxi- pnately 30 feet, the manager explained, and the front of the evjtore will be remodeled in mod- rnistie style. In connection with the expan- 6ii move, the store will install :i larger line of small items for Ll ic farm, Mr. McCarthy pointed .it. v* heating plant also will be ,yalled for the comfort of the n3 5re ' s Patrons. Work on the ex- bp- ansion P ro J e ct will start soon, j Mr. McCarthy asserted. Clyde Bundy is head of the farm state. FREE! lai I d . 1st ko fgo LP( Jto 9-PIECE OUTFIT GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH ANY SUIT itei B °!* This 9-Piece In; |nc- Inc W Outfit Consists of: DRESS SHIRT TIE BELT SOX GARTERS SHIRT AND ·SHORTS · NECKTIE CLIP ·POCKET HANDKERCHIEF EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED THE FAIR WALGREEN BLDG. Corn Husks Used for Seats Just some husks from "the cornfield are bringing this chair a family heirloom--hack into use. Mrs. George La Fella, Warren county farm woman, is shown weaving he seat with rope which she made from corn husks. Weaving is one of the Iowa State college extension service home crafts courses in which Mrs. La Palla received instruction. Morocco Horse Group Records Breeders An organization for owners of spotted horses is located in Madison county, Iowa. It is known as the Morocco Horse Association of America and has been going now for about three years. E. O. Mosby of Winterset is president; Fern Kirkpat- riek, Winterset, secretary, and Fred Fox, Winterset, treasurer. At the present time, the organization is listing owners and breeders of spotted horses under the "open book" plan, as many animals are intermixed with other horse breeds and they can not yet be considered as a purebred line. It is the aim of the organization's founders eventually to develop a type something like the old c o a c h horse, that is adapted both to harness and saddle. The Moroccan horse is supposed to have been brought to America by the Spanish conquerors of Mexico. Some circuses also have made importations in recent years. Avoid Off Flavored Milk by Silage Diet Milk may become tainted and disflavoved when dairy cows are fed sorghum, corn or grass silage before they are milked, says C. Y. Cannon of the dairy husbandry department at Iowa State college. Silages or other materials that leas'e a trace of their odor in milk must be given the animal four hours before milking since it takes this long for the feed to lose the identity o£ its odor. Sorghum silage leaves a particularly offensive flavor in milk, and farmers selling to a fluid milk market should always feed this after milking. Use Septic Tank A septic tank is the most satisfactory solution of the sewage disposal problem on the farm. The solid sewage materials settle to the bottom of the tank and are slowly digested by microscopic organisms. The liquid portion drains off by overflow into an underground network oC four inch drain tile. ATTENTION FARMERS SALE NOW ON ... WALLPAPER _u-1 and GLIDDEN'S TIME-TESTED PAINTS PAYNE WALLPAPER PAINT STORE 32 Second St. N. E. (Delaware Bldg.) Phone 245 Girls Shift to Gardens for Luncheon NEW YOHK, (fl)--Please pass the spinach-parsley juice cocktails, deep green of · hue, very healthful, and the uncooked vegetable plate after a cup of "potassium broth." Away with your creamed chicken patty followed by a nice big butterscotch sundate. The girls are going back to the garden for luncheon. Usually these days you'll find a number of pretty models and smart girls who work for the "slick" magazines having lunch in a non-profit restaurant called "Vital Interests." Desire Truck Garden What do they eat? Fresh beet greens. Grated carrots. Big salads. Celery. Plates of assorted fruit and maybe peppermint tea. Not all the girls, of course. Some consume waffles and honey or bacon and chicken livers; but feminine interest in produce of truck garden and orchard obviously is mounting rapidly. A number of the girls said they weren't interested at all in losing weight, and ate celery stalks, raw greens and carrots because they like them. Several said, "good for the skin," and one murmured "vitality." Most of them said they had meat and potatoes once a day. Some Have Diet Some of the girls come to follow a particular diet^--Dr. William Howard Hay's ideas of "combining foods rightly," Benjamin Gayelord Hauser's recommendations of raw salad and vegetable juice cocktails or some other regime--but the place itself follows no school of diet simply serves food and lets the patrons combine. There arc seven vegetables to choose from every day. ("Potassium broth," incidentally, is a soup made from vegetable juices.) New York society girls long have shown a liking for simple food. Asparagus for lunch, scrambled eggs for midnight supper. Glamor-girl Brenda Fra- rier popularized-a soft drink of milk combined with soda pop. "Milk bars" are common now at coming-out parties. A short distance away from "Vital Interests," a fashionable beauty salon serves in its health bar and Zurich room "food for beauty." Name PouKry Leader AMES, (JP)--C. D. 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