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April 11, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 11 1934 I-' Cake-Baking Competition .Plans Made S c h o o l Girls Eligible to Enter Contest in Cooking. How many girls know how to take cake? Instruction and a demonstration will be given to all girls entering the cake baking contest being sponsored by the girls' work committee of the Y. W. C. A. and the home service department of the P. G. and B. Saturday at 10:30 o'clock at the P. G. and E. Miss Helen AlbertuS, home economist of the P. G. and E., will give the demonstration. All school girls are eligible to enter the contest and have been requested to be present at the demonstration. The rules of the contest and entry blanks will be presented to all girls present or may be had at the Y. W. C. A. before April 25 at 6 o'clock. Plans for the contest were discussed at the meeting of the girls work committee Tuesday at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. W. A. Carter, chairman, in charge. Reports ·were made by Mildred Boggle, president of college X, and by Miss Teresa Holt. The annual Y. W. C. A. camp for girls was announced for June 11-22 at Clear Lake. Plans were made for the high school girls' vocational conference April 21 at the Y. Girls from Mason City and surrounding towns will attend. The committee in charge includes Mrs. E. D. Dunlop, Mrs. Draper Long, Miss Tommy, D. Priest and Miss Cora Sundell. Romance Pattern, Holmes Edwards Sterling Silver inlaid quality at !/j price. Retired Pattern Sale 26-Piece Set, $33.75-$16.88 WATCHES DIAMONDS S WEST STATE PHONE 49 Call this number for perfect cleaning service. We guarantee every cleaning and pressing job to satisfy. Besides, we call for and deliver your clothes at "cash and carry" prices. MODEL-UNIQUE Expert Cleaners 186 S, Fed. IN PRINT OR PLAIN PEPLUM IS FEATURE OF SPRING FROCK MADE WITH ATTRACTIVE NECK AND SHOULDER LINE Olotw-Uiuctte PetrlM. !» t*nl l-attero. ZOO Fl"b AVBIM, New fork CUj Bj DIANA IIAV Today's dress has the much talked about peplum. It narrows the effect of the waistline. A very attractive scheme is as pictured in copper-clay and navy printed crepe silk with plain navy crepe. Carried out in one material it is also delightful as in a gay print or monotone crepe silk. Style No. 923 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 2% yards of 39-inch dark with 2 yards of 39-inch plaid material and % yard of 39-inch contrasting. The Essence of Fashion! The whole, fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting Spring Fashion Book. You certainly won't want to miss it. Contains aew Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy · today. Price of book 10 cents. Price of pattern 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). .Wrap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth avenue, New York City. St. Ansgar Banker Returns From West Where He Was Wed ST. ANSGAR, April 11.--Mr. and Mrs. Byron · Golberg have returned to s't. Ansg-ar, following their marriage in the" First Methodist church of San Rafael, a town' across the bay from San Francisco, Cal.. They visited at Catalina Island and re- LEGS Leg Aches and Pains in the knees and hips are the result of weak feet. Laird's Shoes strengthen the normal foot and train the weak foot to normal growth. 14 E. State' St.. Where Shoes Are Beally Fitted We Are Not "Chiselers" . We will ask you to pay a fair price for the best lawn grass seed that you ca nbuy and will guarantee to give you an honest product at a fair price. We are growers and claim to know. We invite you to get our prices on grass seed, shrubbery, fertilizers, peat, etc., before you ..buy elsewhere. Kemble's Greenhouse PHONE 55 PROTECT YOUR FURS By having them STORED in our specially designed Fur Storage Vaults Where they are fully protected against fire, theft and moths. While your coat is in storage it can be cleaned, repaired and remodeled by specialists in our employ. We will gladly give you an estimate on work to be done and you will not be obligated in any way. urued by way of Los Angeles and outhern California. Mrs. Golberg was Miss Marguerite ands of San Francisco before her jarriage. Mr. Golberg is cashier of he St. Ansgar Citizens' State bank. Mrs. J. E. Ludwig of San Francisco, sister of the bride, was matron of onor and J. E. Ludwig, brother-in- aw of the bride, was best man. Before her marriage, Mrs. Gol- erg was a nurse in the San Franisco hospital. She attended school Berkeley and San Francisco. H. H. HIRSCB / 217 N. Federal Ave. R. S. HIRSCH Bits About 'Em Mrs. Mabei Miller has arfivea rom New England to spend some ime with her sister, Mrs. A. L 'eterson, 1006 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. * * * Mr. and Mrs. William Garfin, 807 'ennsylvania avenue northeast ave returned from Winnipeg, Canda, where they have been visiting. They were accompanied home by le Misses Hessie and Marian Tep- n, sisters of Mrs. Garfin. * * * Mrs. Leroy Abel and baby have :turned to their home in Marshall- own after visiting Mrs. Abel's mother, Mrs. B. H. Brett. 3 * * Gordon Selby of Chicago has been risiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Selby of Clear Lake. IISSIONAKY MEETING HELD AT BEMIS HOatE. The Young People's Missionary society of the Evangelical enure! met at the S, A. Bemis home, 917 Jeorgia avenue northeast, : Tuesday with 20 present. Violet Collen had harge of the program which in- luded devotions by Dorothy Win- hell and a discussion of the hurch's influence against war 'lans were made for a missionary iratorical contest. During the social hour Norman Resor and Lorraine Bast were in charge. Refreshments were served by Phyllis and Lois Bemis. T. N. T. CLUB MEETS. FOB DINNER AT Y. T. N. T. club met Tuesday evening at the Y. W. C. A. for dinner fol owed by a travel talk by Miss Es tier Baker on her rotmd-the-worl rip. Guests were Elvira Olson Dorothy Bamber, Marlys Taylor ttaxine Howard, Marie Higgins an Frances Weis. The employers' ban quet to be held with the Tusalat club April 26 was announced. NEW DEAL CLUB MEETS AT HUGHES Mrs. W. J. Hughes entertaine the New Deal Bridge club at "he lome, 1516 Delaware avenue south east, Tuesday. There were thre tables with high score prizes goin to Mrs. J. M. Taylor, Mrs. A. " Thomas and Mrs. J. A. Johnson Guests were Mrs. F. Miller an Mrs. Thomas. DOUBLE 8 BRIDGE CLUB AT MEETING Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fisher and Mrs. W. M. Huffman entertained the Double Eight bridge club at the Fisher home, 809 Ninth street northeast Tuesday. Prize winners were O. F. Repp, G. G. Weida, Mrs. C. G. Viall and Mrs. Weida. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roberts were guests. The next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. Viall and Mr. and Mrs. Repp. BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS AT SANBOBNS. Mrs. Charles Sanborn, 204 Twelfth street northwest, was hostess to the Birthday club Tuesday afternoon honoring Mrs. R. E. Curtis. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. David Garlock and Mrs. F. L. Hudson. Refreshments were served at a table decorated in pink and silver. A number of gifts were presented to Mrs. Curtis. --*-- McLAU GHLEX-McNUTT. BELMOND, April 11.--Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Miss Evelyn McNutt, daughter of George McNutt, to Eugene McLaughlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William McLaughlin, which will take place next Monday morning at 8 o'clock in the Saint Francis church, the Rev. S. J. Mauer officiating. They plan to make their home on a farm northwest of here. BUILDING, LOAN GROUP MEETS A. R. Sale Re-Elected President at His Fiftieth Session. A. R. Sale, in attendance at his ftieth meeting of the organiza- on, was re-elected president of the dason City Building and Loan asso- ation at the annual session of the ;ockholders in the office at 19% ast State street. Other officers re-elected were Dr. tella M. Mason, vice president; emley J. Glass, treasurer, and R. i. Potter, secretary. Two new members were elected o the board of directors, Howard i. Knesel and Ray Seney, and three icmbers were re-elected, H. J. teinberg, C. O. Wilkinson and J. F. Garvey. On Association Board. Other members of the board of directors are: B. A. Webster, Hugh H. Shepard, Mier Wolf, A. R. Sale, Dr. Mason, R. F. Clough, E. W. Clark, J. W. Beck, Allan F. Beck nd Mr. Glass. Committees re-elected were: Au- iting, Mr. Steinberg, Dr. L. E. Newcomer and J. D: Corsaut; ap- raisal, Mr. Wolf, Mr, Glass and Mr. Steinberg. The secretary gave a detailed re- ort of the association and the prog- ess shown for the past year. His re- ort covered receipts and disbursements, profit and loss accounts, which showed satisfactory earnings or the year. The auditor's report was given, showing the books had been audited to date and were in excellent condition. Started in 1880. The meeting was well attended by members from out of the city, as well as by a considerable number of local stockholders, many of whom have owned shares in the organization for 50 years.. The association has been in operation for 54 ·ears, having been established in 1880, It was pointed out by officials Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR The actual history of today's design, and its designer, was lost Ion ago, but the pattern is ideal for the first effort of the beginning quilter Four all over, .print materials in lavender, pink, blue and red make a dainty and thoroughly feminine coverlet. 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. Dept, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue. New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 16. :hat certain laws governing build- ng and loan associations in the state make them one of the safest financial institutions from an in- ·estment standpoint and one of the best methods of building and financing a home. STRAWS the Showing Which Way Wind Blows By E. A. N. ·POWDER STREET" PEACEFUL VILLAGE Although Mason City is expecting again to witness a murder trial this :erm of court, the old gang shootings that were a part of the city's ife more than a decade ago have not troubled officials for a number of years. We no longer heer of South Jackson avenue referred to as "Powder street." The short stretch from Sixth street southwest to the Milwaukee railroad tracks, scene of several murders and snooting episodes, is now as peaceful as a village thoroughfare. The old world vendettas, transferred to Mason City with the influx of southern European labor for local industries have apparently run then- course. Especially deadly were the feuds that existed among natives of different Balkan states. After the shootings evidence was difficult to procure for even the women and the children knew silence was the only safe course to pursue. LEGION MEMBER CAMPAIGN OPENS City Divided Into Four Sections for Cleanup Effort With the first reports made and tabulated the American Legion membership drive, which was launched April 6, is now going under full steam. Several veterans who have never been affiliated with the Legion have been brought into the fold along with renewals and reinstatements. As a plan of action the city was divided into its four ward sections and each district alloted to a team of ten members under the direction of a post vice-commander and a past post commander. Those working in the first ward, under the leadership of Vice-Commander Orville George and Past Commander T. A Nettleton are Jens Christiansen, Frank Bieth, George Ludeman, Harold Shroyer, E. L. Siesseger, Harry Marron, Seymour Rustad, Victor Coyle, Boyd Walter and John Gallagher. Direct Division. Vice-Commander Kelroy a n d Past Commander W. V. Clausen are directing the second division team consisting of Frank Maillard, C. C. Kinner, Henry Raun, Clarence Johnson, O. C. Tingley, John Brown, Fred Shaffer, William Turnbull, Maynard Hall and Garrett Chapman. The third ward is being covered by Vice-Commander Thrams and Past Commander Boyoe assisted by Loren Beck, R. C. Patrick, Walter Irving, Floyd Fraser, Harvey Major, Seba Vail, H, J. Blewett, Webster Reed, Charles Barlow and Harold Shockey. Command Troops. Vice Commander Frank Mahaffey and Past Commander Gene Kew are commanding the troop in the fourth division with Earl Walters, Ray Morehouse, Arnold Tilton, Roy Kiser, Tim Phalen, L. L. Raymond, W. Earl Hall, Mack. Haney, Max Riley and David Cast on the firing line. Reports will be taken at post headquarters in the Hotel Hanford building Saturday afternoon and every evening this week up until then. The campaign will close officially Tuesday, April 17. Commander Ray Johnson in speaking of the drive said, "results have been gratifying and many eligibles are being contacted who have not heretofore been known to be veterans. We are trying to k«ep the Legion in Mason City ahead of Iowa towns of comparable size and larger." QUICK RELIEF for stuffy heads Boy! I can breathe now!" P R E V E N T S many colds cently, Tom Lieb and the late Knute Rockne of Notre Dame poured on a little more oil. Several years ago Howard was in Chicago listed as one of Drake university's entrants in the national inter-collegiate track meet. All athletes were assigned individual lockers in a larger locker room and Howard was given a locker opposite the door. He began to change his track clothes, after exchanging greetings with Lieb and Rockne whom he had met previously. The usual activity of a locker room obtained until a group of new arrivals suddenly halted in the doorway of the room, staring at the dark bulk of Mr. Howard who was engrossed at the moment in putting on his spiked shoes. A few seconds elapsed. The great coach of the Irish and his pupil rose from the bench where tliev had been talking and, with never a break in their conversation, sauntered over and sat down, one on either side of Howard. The University of Mississippi track squad came on through the door and was assigned to its lock- Don't Let Housecleaning "Get" You! It i» difficult to imagine anything without hokum coming out of Hollywood. We are willing, however, to withhold our judgment until "As the Earth Turns" arrives. The emphasis of sincerity in this one production is rather a grievious admission of past offenses. But if the cinema obviously the reflection of national taste, can take and maintain this step, it will be convincing evidence we, as a race, are showing cultural progress. It appears that "As the Earth Turns" is a significant event in the Industry. After a hiatus of a couple years there are signs pointing to a return of more real estate activity on the main tnorough- fare in the near future. In fact, one sizable project is under serious consideration. KNUTE KOCKNE IN THE LOCKERS Always interesting are the waves which frequently break through the film of oil which soothes the troubled waters of racial questions. In this story, related by Charles P. Howard, Negro attorney from Des Moines who tried a case here re We Carry VAUGHAN'S Lawn and Garden SEEDS JOHNSTON'S FLOWERS Across From Park \\e Telegraph Flowers Phone 223 10 Flwt Street N. "W. Diamond Enagement Rings for April . . . At Special Prices $24.50 $37,50 $49.50 MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. 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Give it a fair test and let the flavor decide. We think you will agree, as thousands of others have, that Butter-Nut has exceptional flavor. To obtain such flavor we test hundreds of samples of choice coffees. From them we select only the most delicious. That is why we ask you to compare your present coffee with Butter-Nut. We believe you will like Butter-Nut best. Most folks do. r BuUer.Nul ^Coffee

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