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MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE tl Rationing Calendar MEAT--The Boot No. 4 ted stamps Q5, US S5/T5. U5. V5. W5 and X5 now valid. · scries will be validated Jan. 28. PKdbESSED FOODS--The Book No. 4 blue iamps X5, V5, ZS. A2, B2. C2, D2, E2 ES' and G2 now valid. Next aeries -- validated Feb. 1. S1JOES--Stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 on the ·Jrpbne shoet in Book 3, are good indefinitely. · SCIGAB--Stamp M, labeled "Sugar" In Book 4, good for 5 pounds, is now valid. Kext stamp becomes valid Feb. 1. GASO1INE--The 6 14A coupons are good lor 4 gallons each through Marcn 31. Tbe 15A coupons become valid March 22. B5, C5, BS and C6 coupons good for 5 gallons each Bl and C4 coupons no longer valid., ' i FUEL OIL--Period 1. t and 3 coupons ·re valid throughout the healing season, (new) and period 4 and 5 coupons (old) NOTE--Blue and Red stamps in War booh 4 worth 10 Jjoints each. Bed tokens given in change for Red meat stamps. Certificates ip longer needed ior recapping truck tires. Certificates no longer needed to purchase inner tubes or to purchase used farm implement .tires. Commercial vehicle Inspections every 6 months or every^S.OOO miles, whichever occurs sooner. The Mason City war price and rationing olficft is open from 1 to 3:30 Monday through Friday and from 8:30 a. m- to 12:30 p. m. on Saturday. · School Code Meeting Wednesday Mass to Be Held Thursday for Cpl. William Quinones Was Killed in Action in Germany on Dec. 27;' Overseas Since August Mason City Calendar J»n. 1»--Mis. Raymond Sayre. Ackworlll, to spEak at countywide meeting at 8 p. m. on Iowa school code. Jan. JS-.Annual meeting ot Association ' for the Preservation of Clear .lake at P. G. and E. auditorium at 8 p. m. J»n. 15--Jutors called Jor January term · of district court J»n- 1»--Annual tneetlne of .Winnebaeo council of Boy Scouts at Hotel. Hanford. Business session at 5:30 and ban* quet at 6:30. Jan. 23--Annual meeting of Ceno Gordo couniy chapter of Ked Cross at nlfih school auditorium at B p- m. Jan. 30--Annual dinner meeting of Mason City Branch of Lutheran Welfare society at V. M. C. A. banquet room at 6:30 p. m. Feb. 5-3--Bed Cross blood donor clinic for Cerro Gordo county at Y. M. C. A. in Mason City. F«b. 20--Concert by James Melton, tenor, sponsored by Mason City Community concert association. Salvage Calendar County Chairman, Earle K. Behrend ·Women's Division, Mrs. H. D. Makeever PAPER: Tic bundles securely, loose pa- per'in'bags or boxes. Boy Scouts collect first Saturday of January. Phone . 200. ' " 3IN CANS: Remove labels, clean, cut both ends and flatten. Hold for future pickup. Phone Mrs. Pendergraft. city chairman. '4483-J. Tor out of town col-- lections call or write Ivan A. Barnes, . Foresters Bldg. Phone 1300. WASTE FATS:, Deliver to your local market. Two red points and 4c per pound.; City-wide collection by Girl Scouts and Cubs, Jan. G. RAGS: ~ Collect clean rags and old cloth- Ing o£ all kinds. Leave at- courthouse. EBON: Farm scrap badly needed. . Sell to dealer or give to salvage committee. CONTAINERS: Cardboard - containers of all kinds must be saved. Grocers will be unable-to furnish cartons or sacks as In the past- Use your own container when shopping. Mass will be said at St. Joseph's Catholic church Thursday morning at 9:00 for Cpl. William Quinones who was killed in action in Germany on Dec. 27. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, John Quinones ST., 820 Van Buren S. E. Cpl. Quinones, recently promoted to the rank of corporal, was born in' Mason City; Sept. 12, 1923. He attended St. Josephs school and was graduated from the Mason City high school in June 1943, entering the service that same month. He received his basic training at Camp 1 Roberts, Cal and was later stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Before going overseas in August, 1944,,he spent a furlough here with his parents. He was serving with the artillery. Surviving besides his are Annual^Lutheran Welfare Dinner at Y. M. C. A. Jan. 30 The Rev. C. Buehler To Give Address; To Elect Officers MRS, SAYRE TO GIVE ADDRESS AT H, S. AUDITORIUM Organizations in County Asked to Send Representatives Representatives of v a r i o u s groups and organizations will hold a countryside meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Mason City high school auditorium to hear a discussion of the Iowa school code commission report. The Rev. Conrad J. Buehler o£ St. John's Lutheran church, Montgomery, Minn., will be the speaker at the annual dinner meeting ot the Mason City branch of the Lutheran Welfare society, child placing agency, to be hold at the Y. M. C. A. banquet room Tuesday evening, Jan. 30, at 6:30 o'clock. The meeting will be similar to those of previous years with reports on the work carried on by Miss Ida Rorem, branch secretary, and her assistants. George West- CPL. WILLIAM QUINONES parents*---Amelia, home. They are Gloria Mary, Patrick, t UlUI.lU.-ia ·»" a i , . TM . TM TM , UlU"-», "*"*·' T ' Juanita, Beeda. Leo, Raymond and John, Jr. MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Frenchman's Creek" now snowing. "30 Second!; Over Tokyo" coming. · PALACE--"San Plef o I" tore Yon" and "Enter Arsene Lupin" end Tuesday. STBAND--"Galni TT W»y". now. rtow- -,' · Inff. ' ' ' ^ - - . - · · ' · .-'·' ' · · · STATE--"Show Holiness" and "THe Fljr- ins Deuces" end' Wednesday. ^ . , - , I.AKE--"Arsenic and Old Lice" now t ;v j showing. Died on Dec. 13 of Wounds Received in Action in France .Pvt. Robert Widdrington Went Overseas in June; Had Not Seen 2nd Child Pvt. Robert E. Widdrington, son oi Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Widdrington, West Haven, died on Dec. 13 o£ wounds received in action in France on Dee. 5. His wife, the former Irene Pippert of Mason City, and their 2 daughters live at Vancouver, Wash. Pvt. Widdrington had riot seen his 2nd daughter now 3 months old. Pvt. Widdrington had been overseas since last June and had served in Italy before going to France. He was born in Mason City on Sept. 24, 1918, and attended the Mason City schools. Before entering the service in November, 1942, he was employed at Decker's. v Besides his parents and fam-* ~ " ily he is survived by 2 sisters old Robertson, both Mrs. William Jones and Mrs. Har-t Haven. this week, will be the speaker. Mrs. Sayre is also chairman ot the women's committee of the Iowa Farm Bureau and is reported to be exceptionally well-informed concerning the needs of Iowa schools. Every organization in the county has been invited to send representatives to the meeting, and individuals interested in schools and taxation also are welcome, Miss Maude Gordon, publicity chairman of the county educational council, said Monday. Teachers in the county especially are urged to attend, Miss Gordon said. Election of officers and directors will also take place. Mr. Buehler is a native ot Ma- OPA NEWS-Shoe Stamps Stand Till Summer--OPA Cancellation of outstanding shoe stamps is not being considered at this time, the office of price administration has announced. Airplane stamps 1, 2 and 3 in ration book 3 are now valid for 1 pair of shoes each. Shoe dealers are being requested by their local war price and rationing boards to display the following statement as a means of preventing any *" "splurge buying:" "Cancellation ot outstanding shoe stamps ts not being considered. Although increased military demands are cutting into civilian supplies, the war production board's office of civilian require- son City. He was bom and reared _ _ ,, rn1 TM . n T TOTETM VR in this community and attended ""* REV- CONRAD J. BUEHLER FVT. R. E. WIDDRINGTON of W e s t Collection of Greases Shows Gain Salvage grease collections in Cerro Gordo county in December HERE IN MASON CITY Notice -- Anchor Encampment 102 members regular lodge instal- ,, . iation of officers. Wed., Jan. 10, went up almost 1,000 pounds, it 8 p. m Chief Patriot. was revealed Monday by Mrs. H Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Millard, 2224 D. Makeever, county chairman. 20th S. W., are the parents of a Records show county house- daughter weighing 5 pounds 12% wives turned over 4,913 pounds = pf ounces, born Sunday at Park hospital. Smoked turkey. Pan dressed, "ready for your oven, 65c per pound. Phone 3063. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mullan Dougherty, are the parents of a daughter weighing 7 pounds, 4% KIW ANIftNS NET $739 ON APPLES Profits to Go Toward Child Welfare Fund A net profit of $739.60 for the Kiwanis Apple day sale was re- icently by H. A. T owner, TO AID VETS ON INSURANCE PLAN Local Underwriters Indorse Resolutions The Mason City District Association of Life Underwriters at its regular monthly meeting held at the Hotel Hanford Saturday noon, unanimously indorsed the resolutions of the national organization of life underwriters, the American Life Convention, the Life Insurance Association of America, the American Legion and the Cerro Gordo county veterans service committee to do everything possible to aid returning veterans in the proper understanding and handling of their national service life insurance to the end that it may be made permanent and on the plan best suited to. the circumstances and the 'heeds "of the individual. George Harper, assistant agency supervisor of the Bankers Life company of Des Moines, addressed the meeting, stressing the tremendous impetus experienced in the sale of life insurance after the first World war. Harper stated that it was his opinion this situa- 5 n would be duplicated after this $125i o 0 0,000,00a of veter- the local schools. He received his pre-theological training at "War t- burp college, Waverly. From there he went to the Wartburg Theological seminary at Dubuque, where he was graduated in 1933. Upon graduation he accepted a call to Rockford, where he served until January,, 1936, at which time he assumed the pastorate at Montgomery, Minn. Mr. Buehler has been prominent in the Lutheran league program of his church body. He served as editor of his district Luther League. He also has served as editor of the district publication of the American Lutheran church. Serving of the dinner will be in _ ,, ' i _ j - s J ~f 4.V.« MORE BENEFITS SEEN IN SOCIAL SECURITY IN '45 Field OfHce Manager Urges Beneficiaries to Preserve Rights -- "--.··--,-,. -j f «,_ i Year-end figures just released charge of the ladies aid o£ the . th sodal security board reveal r . T h e sale ' " MID-CONTINENT ADDS NEW UNITS New Douglas DC-3's Announced by Cohurn Operation of additional units of flying equipment in the service of Mid-Continent Airlines, together with acquisition of new Douglas DC-3 Airliners was announced Monday by Hugh \V. Coburn, Kansas City, general traffic manager of Mid-Continent. Replacement of present Lockheed Lodestars with the new Douglas DC-3's recently delivered ,..__ .. _ from the Douglas factory at Santa the legality of auctioning off ar- Monica will increase Mid-Contin- ticles at above-ceiling prices and lint's available space out o£ various donating the amount of over- [points on the line as much as 223 charges to the Red Cross, the dis-1 per cent due to the larger size oE trict OPA office in Des Moines re- the new ships and the increased ments states that shoe supplies are adequate to honor stamps now outstanding While WPB has not yet completed its 1945 production estimate, indications are that the next shoe stamps probably will not be validated until some time next summer." OPA said that no specific date for making the next stamp good can be given now. That decision awaits information on production for 1945. RED CROSS POLICY GIVEN ON USE OF NAME In reply to inquiries regarding ters to the following statement of Red Cross policy appearing in ar- units of equipment. As a result of this additional tide 527 of the organization s e q U j pme nt, the area served by constitution: · Mid-Continent will enjoy an in"The act of congress approved crease o£ G l per cent in passenger Jan. 5, 1905, which is the charter iles ava ji aD le under the new of the American Red Cross, lim- \ sc j, e( j u j es Trinity Lutheran church. The sale o£ tickets, which are "75 cents, wl~ get under way immediately. 412 Marriage Licenses in 1944 Here War or no war, June is still the r most popular month for weddings, I Richard S. Janes, manager said, a survey of marriage license rec- "xhere has been a marked in- ords at the Cerro Gordo county' courthouse shows. . ,, , ,, ,, ,, ,.. 3U1 TM =,«..-= Of the 412 licenses issued during l n t anfl our obser vations 1944, 47 went to nuptially-mmded 1 Xe us certaln that this area is couples during that traditionally no excepUon » the manager added, bridal month. November and. De- D i m4 ncariy 30 per cent _._.,_ . *- o_^ ,,.,,,, « ,,,,,,,, '^"e 1 * appMcatipns for .benefits significance of services avail: to local people through the Albert Lea, field office. "The fact that 39,000,000 Amerr icans entered the new year with (insured status, which would enable those who are 65 or over to 1 draw retirement benefits for themselves and their families, and the I families of those who die to re- I ceive benefits under the old-age land survivors insurance program, I indicates that more insurance ben- . be paid locally in 1945," its the use of the Red Cross name and emblem to the sanitary corps of the army and navy and to the American Red Cross, and makes it unlawful for others to use the name or emblem lor the purpose of trade or as an advertisement to induce the sale of any article whatever or for any business or charitable purposes. (The only exceptions are limited to those specific instances where the name or emblem had been used in trade prior to the passage of the Red Cross charter in 1905.)" The OPA also pointed to one of its own regulations, which reads; "No person shall sell, trade or negotiate the sale of any farm equipment at a price higher than the maximum fixed by this regulation." Passenger service will be greatly improved with the inauguration of the new Douglas services. Ships are larger, more luxurious, possess many of the latest ideas developed by Mid-Continent in food service, air-conditioning, and seating comfort. cember tied for v with 41 each. , September, 36; July, 34; March, -Totals for the other months received in the region than lined up like this: August 37, were rcceivea in 1943. Jt w ^ s intcd out that the monthly benefit rolls rose during the year to 1,120,000 men, women arid children, with the award of monthly benefits to 324,000 new Any person or agency or any auctioneer who conducts a sale in violation of this regulation is liable to civil and criminal penalties, OPA said. This regulation applies even to governmental and judicial sales.- : ounces, horn at Mercy hospita Sunday. . Farm loans tailored to your needs. M. C. Loan Investment Co A daughter weighing 6 pound 9 J /i ounces was born at Merc, hospital Saturday to Mr. and Mrs Paul Cahalas, Rockford. Am still selling J. R. Watkins Prod. Mrs.Ford, 404 6 S.E.Ph.4379 Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Hunsley Britt, are the parents of a 10 pound son born Sunday at Far hospital. Paper Hdqtrs. Call Shepherd A daughter weighing 5 pouni 14 ounces was born at Mercy hos pital Saturday to Mr. and Mr DeRay Lichty, 820 9th N. E. For -wallpaper, Paynes. Ph. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Orval Sampso 1607 N. Pennsylvania, are the pa ents of a daughter weighing pounds 7 ounces born at Mer hospital Thursday. ,, Norse available. Phone 1509. A daughter weighing 8 pounc SVs ounces was born at Mercy ho pital Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Mi ton Phillips, route 3, Clear Lake. Dr. H. Beenjer, Foresters Bldg. The North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club will hold a meeting at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. , fats last month compared with 3,942 in November. . "We want to thank the house- ives for iheir excellent response," VIrs. Makeever stated, pointing out hat the need of fats for many war mrposes is as critical today as rer. The monthly collection of grease n Mason City by Cubs and Girl ary, 30; April, 27; February, 21. There were 2 marriages on Feb. 29 -- no anniversary for those couples until 1948! One marriage by mutual agreement is recorded. Most prevalent in the spaces listing occupations of the bridegrooms are the words "U. S. army" or "U. -S. navy," with "farmer" also appearing frequently. January, 1945, seems off to a applicants during the year. The beneficiaries are eligible to draw $20,500,00 in benefits each month, though approximately 70,000 of them have given up their benefits temporarily in order to work in jobs covered under the law. than 60 per cent of the Labor Dispute Hearing Will Be Held Here A war labor board hearing of tonsillectomies when needed, and and and this phase of the financial securi- program, the speaker stated. Y. W. CA. The 1944 sale--first since 1941 giant ships such as the T T elping the omemaker the case of Swift Co. of Mason City and local 38 of the United Packinghouse Workers, CIO, will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Federal building. Issues involved are union security, union dues checkoff and weekly overtime. The plant has 94 ,,,,, j -- employes. and children. Wage credits to- j Panel members include Malcolm I wards future benefits were earned s. Hallman, representing the pub' during the year by 48,000,000 lie and Larry E. Smith, represent- workers for themselves and their I ing industry; the labor member families, and the total of persons has not been announced. with some wages credited to their 1 accounts is now approximately | Funeral Services for Mrs. Regina Van Ness Held Saturday Afternoon Funeral services for Mrs. Regina B. Van Ness were held Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Major Memorial chapel with Doctor Marvin B. Kober of the First Methodist church officiating. Burial was in Elmwood cemetery. Paulbearers were Ray Pauley, A. Brown, S. F. Potter, P. E. Jacbbson, R. E. Nyquist and C. E. Oilman. Mrs. Bertha Patchen, organist, played obsequial music. Mrs. R. E. Nyquist and Mrs. A. Brown arranged the flowers. The Major funeral home was in charge. Ah, Love Indianapolis, Ind., (U.R)--Martin Minton, parking attendant, blushed when police cars wailed to a stop t his downtown lot Their appear- · nee was a matter of moments fter he'd broken a telephone con- ersation with his girl friend by aying, "I'm being held up." But vhat he meant was that customers had arrived just then. STOCKHOLDERS MEET By CHARLOTTE ADAMS MY WIFE'S NEW YEWS BESOUmON 5 TO SWE MORE USED FAT FOR. ME TO TAKE TO THE BUTCHER ~ t -- ~ ~ _ , .., i - l JT«iiULiii file" it J»miJ-smv»*i ti» "«- --compared favorably with sales Queen M and Queen Elizabetn in past years. The net profit was . ..p-- rnnnrf inh Offirinl-; nf I _ - . higher than that of 1941 although £/ ,££S££ d ^ken? N J. Wine For Flavor and Tendenzmi: only 829'cases were sold as com- d which maintains these ves-] pared with. 947 in 41 E el s in condition, estimate that it Champion 1914 apple salesman | »,,,,,, , n --!,,,,,*!- ,,* r,,ir,f t n 7-0. 30 carloads of paint to re- | Francis Brouwer with 45, followed by A. C. Frisk with 39. Every Ki- wanian sold at least 1 case and 25 | sold 10 cases or more. Simes Rites Held j Saturday Afternoon Funeral services for Mrs. Le- Ivina Sarah. Simes were held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the 1 Patterson funeral home. Doctor Marvin B. Kober, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiated, and burial was in Rockwell cemetery. Pallbearers were W. O. Bates, Lloyd Sherwood, Hugh Shepard, I Herman Doderer, Emmett Lyons . , . ,, . , ^.V.-T and Henry Miller. Mrs. Harold Scouts took place Saturday. While * ° * ,,«. a{c R the Arms o{ the take wasn't heavy the house ant f "God Be With You Till to house canvass served to empha-' - - size the importance of fats to the war effort and gave the Cubs and Girl Scouts an additional project r cous an a i i o n a projec . rh , rl ,p which netted them some funds Ior was ln cnarge " M t A in ,, accompan ied by R E ttorl organist. «· f atterson funeral home 4 . i / Anchor Encampment j Installation to Be on Wednesday Night Anchor Encampment No. 102 of the I. O. O. F. lodge vyill hold a joint installation of officers Wednesday night at the I. O. O. F. hall, according to Jack Farrer, chief patriarch. The installation will be open to the public. RETTJRNS TO HOSPITAL Bode--Lt. Herbert Larson, released German prisoner of war ii Romania, after a holiday visit a the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson, returned to New York City where he will re-ente Mitchell Field hospital for com plete convalescence. L 1* Roy, Minn--Mrs. R. J. Pric and daughter, Elaine, are in Chi cago visiting In the home .of thei _^ _ .-. . _ KorkrOrn tSoV 1VUC1UUIU wy ·.,, 10 their respective programs. It is evident that most housewives prefer to take their household greases to their meat dealer or the extra red points that they . Rockford-- Roscoe O. Lorenz 'of "Just so the grease gets to rend- Ames f orme rly of Rocfcford, has ering plants .for processing ready been e i ec t er l a member of the fac- or war plant use-- that's the mam ulty of Iowa s t a t e college at thing,"' said Mrs. Makeever. | AmeSi w here he will teach in the department of architectural engi- BUYS FUNERAt HOME neermg. For the past 16 years he has H a m p t o n -- M . J. Greenfield, I been instructor and supervisor of owner of the Greenfield funeral art in Ames high school. He is home, has purchased the George also past president of the Iowa D. Patterson residence on Central State Art Teachers association, a avenue and will occupy it as a fu- position to which he was elected neral home. He plans to move for 2 terms. about the middle of February Mr. Lorenz is a brother of Ally after some remodeling and redec- J. W. Lorenz of Mason City. ° ratin ' I SON MISSING Bristow--Mr. and Mrs. Ob MATL CARRIER INJURED llruex received word from th C h a p in--F. M, McClintock, government that their son, Sgt. rural mail carrier out of Chapin Merle Truex, was missing in suffered a broken collarbone I action. while taking the chains off his car which he had jacked up. The Achley--William S i c a t d, 83, car'slipped off the jack and struck who has been ill of pneumonia, is Pot Roast in Red Wine Baked Potatoes Brussels Sprouts Garlic Breadsticks Ice Cream and Cake (Recipes serve 4) Pot Koast In Red Wine 4 Ibs. boneless chuck 2 small carrots, sliced, 2 medium-sized onions, sliced 3 stalks celery, diced % cup margarine, melted. Va teaspoon nutmeg 2 bay leaves, broken small 2 tablespoons fat e whole cloves 2 tablespoons seedless raisins 4 whole black peppers 2 cups ciaret wine claim benefits any day upon re- Directors will be elected, tirement. Many of these have wives who are also eligible for benefits. Board officials urge that whenever a person who has worked at any time in a job covered by the law reaches the age of 65, he should either write or visit the office to find out how to protect his benefit rights, even though he does not plan to retire. Whenever a worker dies, after working for some period in jobs covered by the law, some member of his family should communicate promptly with the field office. This is the PICTURE HEPHERDS 16 IST Although France is smaller han Texas, its pre-war population (41,907,056) was more than six times -jp great. Does Constipation Hang On? Wbcn functional coratipaticm symptoms tang on. and make you tcel miserable, nervous and out of sorts, and you sufler from bad breath, headaches, indigestion and lack ot appetite-and your stomach feels crowded because of gas. and bloat--Ret Dr. Peter Fahrney'R time-tested Alpcn Krauter. More than o laxative, it's also a stomachic tonic medicine compounded of 1ft of Nature's own medicinal rools. herbs and botanicals. Caution: Use only as directed. Alpen Krauter helps expel constipation's gas and bloat and aids dogged up, sluggish bowels la dim!' nate waste mailer. Be wise, comfort, your stomach whBcrelJevinKconstipation. Be sure la get ALFEN KRAUTER today fcom , KIC as: improving. 520,000 TO DOG--Jack, the ter- -rier who inherited 520,000, is going to have his day in court in Detroit Jan. 30. And so is Judge Joseph H. Murphy, who has to decide, among other things; Is the pet legacy In the will of Mrs. Margaret Myers, 1Z, who left a home in Detroit, a home in Florida, her life insurance to the' dog, legal? Can a dog own real estate? How does a dog go about disposing of it? When the doe dies intestate does the property revert to human beinsrs? What if the dog has heirs of his own? Mrs. Myers' will cut off a-son, but provided for Herbert J. Kelly, shown with Jack, to care for Jack. .; £t (IUUA t*«l Cl, Vlrll.lt; L "·-" -..-- . Mix all ingredients and mari- only way to make sure that no nate meat in this for 2"hours, benefits are lost. turning it frequently. Remove meat and sear it on all sides in fat There are on the market a in Dutch oven. When brown add number of insecticides m which wine mixture. Cover and simmer I the poisonous principle is some until meat is tender (about 2% | compound of fluorine hours). Remove meat from pot and strain liquid. Thicken with flour, if desired, and season with salt to taste. Place meat back in gravy for a few minutes to be sure all is thoroughly heated. Garlic Breadsticks % loaf unsliced white bread % cup margarine, melted Cut the top and sides from half a loaf of unsliced bread. Cut wide slices of bread just up to, but not through the bottom crust. (Turn bread and cut crosswise again so that sticks will be lightly fastened to bottom crust.) Place the garlic in the melted margarine and hold over a low heat for 15 minutes. Remove garlic. Brush all sides of the sticks with the seasoned margarine. Place entire hall loaf in a brown paper bag anc toast in a moderate oven for 15 to 20 minutes or until sticks are nicely browned. --o-Work's a Pleasure midland, Tex., (U.R)--Army air plane pilot trainees In west Texa; know how to combine work and future pleasure successfully. On their training missions the pilots indicate on their flight maps locations of lakes on which there are ducks. Then on their furloughs, the trainees return to the lakes for successful shooting. How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the irouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION forCouelis, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Audits · System Tax Service TAX COUNSELOR CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT FRANK J. ENBUSK First National Bank Bids. Phone 932 DM YOU SAY FIRST NATIONAL SANK WOULD LEND ME THAT MUCH MONEY? THAT IS A FEATURE Or THEIR SERVICE Add Them All up and Clean the Slate An accumulation of bills can present a rather formidable problem in family budgeting. They will all have to be paid sooner or later.anyway. So why not consolidate all debts, borrow enough cash from First National Bank to pay them at once, and wipe the slate clean. By making arrangements to repay the Bank in small amounts monthly, pressure on family finances is relieved. PERSONAL LOAN DEPARTMENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK ^ ^ l O F M A S O N C I T Y | ~ L *

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