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April 7, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 7 1936 DELAYED SPRING SLOWS BUSINESS Usual Seasonal Upturn Not Yet Arrived, Says Iowa Trade Expert. IOWA CITY, (jp)--Delayed spring weather has probably been the deciding factor in the decline in state and national business in place cf the usual seasonal upturn at this time of year, Prof. George R. Davies of the University of Iowa, said Tuesday. Professor Davies pointed nut in figures released Tuesday in his monthly business digest that farm prices and residential building permits are the only major lines of business to register gains in the last month. His survey revealed that life insurance sales declined 24.2 per cent, railroad carloadings 30 per cent, bank check transactions 20 per cent, and industrial payrolls 2.2 per cent. "The declines might be expected from the inclement weather generally." the university business expert stated, "while floods have caused setbacks .in certain areas.'' Professor Davies stated that despite the present lag- in business recovery, "the volume of forward orders and the outlook of business leaders indicates a renewal of activity within a few weeks. The greatest factor against the favorable outlook is the lack of gain in consumption, but this is not Serious for the present. "The general price level and the cost of living have apparently lost the impetus arising from earlier wage increases and other inflationary tendencies," he said, "and are now leveling off or declining. It is expected that further advances will occur, but fears of a rapid inflation have been allayed." · 742-Pound Mother Rests on Laurels and Props Here and There Mrs. Gertrude Karn, 742 pound Slircveport, La., mother, is wreathed in smiles as she greets her four day old daughter, Martini Ellis. Mrs- Karris is a veteran show trouper and is the wife of Cliff Karns, \vho is no lightweight himself, tipping the scales at 305 pounds. TJic baby, born In Tri-Statc hospital, Shreveport, weighed 9 pounds and 1.1 ounces :it birth. Hospital officials found it necessary to use timbers to prop up the bed occupied by Mrs. Karn. Shown here arc Mrs. Karn and Nurse Rachel Butler, holding the lightweight addition to the Karn household. Visitor From Minneapolis. ARMSTRONG--Mrs. Jack McNanny of Minneapolis is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. O. Johnson. ALL NORTH IOWA Looks to Mason City for Correct Easter Wearables and Mason City -- Weil Prepared and ready to serve -- Invites you this week -- to select from a most extensive showing. BLUE AND GREY -- $7.50 BLUE SANDAL -- $6.50 BLUE PUMP -- $6.50 Good looking shoes perform miracles with Easter Costumes. They're the finishing touch that says "Correct in every Detail." Mediocre shoes don't do this trick. It takes outstanding styles like those illustrated here and dozens of others you'll find in our great assortment. We hope to see you this week. You will be more than pleased with the smart styles and splendid values offered in nationally known shoes, priced from five to eight seventy-five. Nichols Green "WHERE THE GOOD SHOES COME FROM" Just Across From the Park H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MKS- MARY MORTON Menu Hint Roast Pork Baked Eggplant Potatoes Roasted With Meat Apple-Carrot Salad Soft Ginger Cookies Tea Don't neglect your cookie jar while the cold weather is still with us. Cookies make delicious desserts for dinner or luncheon. Today's Becipes Baked Eggplant--One eggplant, one-half onion, chopped; one-fourth cup grated mild cheese, olive or salad oil, one egg, one-fourth teaspoon salt, one-fourth teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, one-fourth cup bread or cracker crumbs. Cut eggplant in half, scoop out meat and fry in oil with onion until golden brown. Add to these the cheese, crumbs, egg yolk, seasoning and lastly egg white beaten stiff. Mix, pile in plant shells and top with crumbs or cheese. Two tablespoons- chopped pimentos and one-fourth teaspoon-prepared mustard added to this dish make it very tasty. Place all ingredients, in baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for half an hour. Soft Ginger Cookies--One cup shortening, one cup sugar, one egg, two cups molasses, two tablespoons vinegar, four scant teaspoons soda, one cup boiling water, one teaspoon salt, one teaspoon cinnamon, two tablespoons ginger, one-fourth teaspoon nutmeg, six to eight cups flour. Cream shortening and sugar, add egg, molasses and vinegar, then sifted dry ingredients. Add soda dissolved in boiling water, the last thing. The dough should be soft. Form into small balls and pat into a flat cookie, sprinkle top with sugar. Bake 10 minutes at 350 degrees. This dough may be kept several days in the refrigerator and be used as necessary. The cookies stay soft and fresh for a long- time. and bran with baking powder and salt. Beat eggs, add melted butter and milk. Add dry ingredients. Stir in dates. Bake in greased muffin tins 25 minutes in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.). Never-Fail Brownies One-half cup butter, one cup sugar, two eggs, beaten; one-half cup flour, two squares melted chocolate, one cup chopped nut meats, one teaspoon vanilla extract. Cream butter thoroughly, add sugar gradually. Beat egga well (do not separate) and add to butter and sugar mixture. Stir in flour, then nut meats and vanilla. Bake in greased pan in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) about 35 minutes. Cut in squares before cool. Mary Roberts Again Is Winneshiek's Champion DECORAH--Mary Margaret Roberts, 13, daughter of Supt. and Mrs. T. R .Roberts, Decorah, won for the second consecutive time, the annual Winneshiek county spelling contest. Second and third places went to Nor-, ma Nicholson, daughter of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Rodney Nicholson of Ossian; and Eleanor Bron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brom of Calmar. Mary Margaret has a perfect record for both 1935 and 1936. About 55 contestants took part in the contest. Goes to Oklahoma. PLYMOUTH--Ed Rezab has gone to Oklahoma as construction fore- truin on an elevator. Visitors From OUunmu. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Landdeek of Ottumwa, Minn... were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Landdeek Sunday. Daughter Js Born. RAKE--A daughter weighing 7 j pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fraizcr April 6. This is their first child. Births Arc lieporlcd. THOMPSON--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kingslrom, a girl weighing 8'/ 2 pounds, Saturday at their home, six miles northwest of Thompson. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Peterson Sunday, a girl weighing 8 pounds. The Petersons live 5V~ miles southeast of Thompson. Moves From Frotivln. SPILLVILLE--Mrs. Lena Shileny moved here from Protivin. Make Trip to Detroit. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend and Mr. and Mrs. Waif Waltman went to Detroit Lakes, Minn., Sunday to attend the funeral of a niece Monday. Meet at Drerrunel Home. BURT--The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. P. L. Dremmel's home with Mrs. W. H. Vogel as assistant hostess. The program was on Iceland. Taken to Hospital. HAY FIELD--Mrs. George Sedwick was taken to a hospital at Mason City Sunday and submitted to a major operation. Moving to Chicago. POPEJOY--Mi-, and Mrs. Robert Jurgenson have disposed of their household goods and are leaving for Chicago to make their home. Daughter Is Born. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Garret Brierly are parents of an 8 pound daughter bom Sunday at the home. Blast Injuries Fatal. INDEPENDENCE, UP)--Michael Crowley, burned seriously at his home near here by the explosion of a stove, died from his injuries. Date Bran Muffins One cup bran, one cup flour, two teaspoons baking powder, one-half teaspoon salt, one egg : one cup milk, two tablespoons melted butter, one cup finely chopped dates. Mix flour Wesley Sedevic, Iowa City Policeman, Dies IOWA CITY, JPI--Stricken with an appendicitis attack, Wesley Sedevic, 32, member of the city police department, died in a hospital here. He was unmarried. Dr. Behneken to Speak. IOWA FALLS, JB -- Officials handling arrangements for the annual Luther day dinner here in August have announced that Dr. J. W. Behneken of Chicago, president of the Missouri synod of Evangelical Lutheran churches, will be the guest speaker. 1 Germany bought nearly two-thirds Hanging of 2 Youths to Close "Doll Baby" Kidnap-Slaylng Case DORCHESTER, N. B-, (jB--The three trials arising from New Brunswick's bizarre "doll baby" kidnap-slaying case were at an end Tuesday with two youths sentenced to be hanged, and their mother condemned to three and one half years imprisonment. Chief Justice J. H. Barry sentenced Arthur William Bannister, 19. and Daniel Robert Bannister, 20, late Monday, to be hanged "between one o'clock in the morning 'and rioon on the 20£h day of June" for the murder of Philip Lake. Mrs. May Bannister, told by the judge that she was "a fortunate v-'oman" in not having been found guilty of a more serious charge, was sentenced for harboring Lake's kidnaped infant daughter. Street Commissioner Appointed at Clarion CLARION--H. G. Bowman, Clarion's new mayor, Monday appointed Lew White as street commissioner with police authority, to replace Daniel Finn, who has served in that office for the past two years. L. L. Speedling, Bowman also announced, will act as night marshal, a position formerly held by Roy Williamson. An organization meeting of the new city council was held at noon here Monday, at which time the council was divided into committees. Nearly 1,000,000 pounds of Turkish tobacco will be raised this year in western province of Africa, mak- of the cotton produced in Brazil in j ing the largest yield there in several the last year. 'seasons. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING A P P R O V E S HONEY KRUSHED BREAD Honey KrusheA Bread is the first and only independently distributed bread ever awarded the distinction of the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. This approval is your guarantee tbat our corrective bread fully meets the rigid requirements of scientific research. To be certain of quality in bread, look Cor this famous stamp-the star and Sea) of the L Good Housekeeping Bu- Thousands are Finding Relief this Natural Way Doctors everywhere endorse Honey Krushed Wheat Bread--thousands of men and women are singing its praises. And no wonder--for it solves an age old problem. A new, easier and pleasanter way without resorting to harsh and habit-forming purgatives which have no permanent corrective action. 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Catherine Nacke Is Drake Queen Nominee IOWA CITY, I S " ) -- C a t h e r i n e Nacke of Marshalltown, senior University of Iowa student, won the nomination as university candidate for queen of the Drake relays. She is- a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Rebekahs of District Hold Rockwell Session ROCKWELL--An - all day meeting of the Rcbckah lodges of this district composing Hampton, Dumont, Geneva, Sheffield and Rc-uk- well was held here Monday. The Sheffield degree team exemplified the work Monday evening. Union Service Held. LIME SPRINGS--Union services ar e held during Pa.ssion week, with the Rev. C. W. Harrop of Chester assisting. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings the services are to be held in the Presbyterian church, Thursday at the M. E. church with a special communion service on Good Friday. The service will be held from 12 to 3 p. m. Business will be suspended for this service and stores closed. 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