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April 24, 1934

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

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APRIL 24 193J MASON C1TV GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Ubughtcr Is Uurn. LAKOTA--Helen Geraldine is the name of the daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. William Joos. Our Stock Is "LOADED" With Beautiful New SPRING HATS Smart, large brims, medium brims, turbans. Navy, black, brown, powder blue, sand, white and all the best colors for Spring. A Wonderful Selection at Others at §2.98 and $3.08 Sample Spring H A T S Regular $1.88 $2.08 Values 00 HUGHS 4,000 Poppies Being Made by Veterans Local Legion Auxiliary Gets Order From Connecticut. Mrs. Ray Mettler, poppy chairman for the local unit of the American, Legion auxiliary, has received an order for 4.000 poppies which are to be sent to New Canaan, Conn. The poppies are manufactured in Mason City by four disabled war veterans and the new order brings the total for this year to 28,393 blossoms. Only 6,000 of these will be used in Mason City, the remainder going to various units throughout the country' for sale. The sale of the memorial blossoms is conducted each year on the Saturday before Memorial day and constitutes one of the methods of raising funds for the work carried on by the auxiliary. Last year the Mason City unit had an opportunity to provide employment for veterans in making not only poppies to be sold here, but also orders for other towns in Iowa. MASON TOWNSHIP WOMEN TO MEET Mason township home project women will gather for a followup meeting at the home of Mrs. Irvin Johnson, Friday. Patterns which have been given out at the five previous meetings will be distributed to those who wish them. Goes to Iowa City. LAKOTA--Henry Mitchell left for Iowa City where he expjcts to take treatments for his leg which he had injured in a buzz saw several months ago. INVESTIGATE! ASK TO SEE THE ONLY MODERX CIRCULATING AIR FUR STORAGE VAULT IN MASON CITY See why furs stored in our vault look more beautiful and wear longer than furs stored in ordinary vaults. Our years of fur experience at your service. PHONE 633 Or bring in your furs for free estimates. Benowitz Bros. Fur Shop 221 N. Federal --. -The Season's Greatest Coat Sale! Choice of the House! All Better Coats! - Starting Tomorrow! Distinctive one-of-a-kind fashions! Luxuriously fur-trimmed ripple collars! Sleeves trimmed with choicest Spring furs! Novel capelet ideas! Stunning furred throws! Clever pleats and tuck- ings! Superior fabrics! Exceptional workmanship! Unsurpassable values! 3 South Federal Ave. Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern CHATTERING GEKSE "Chattering Geese" is an unusual quilt block, due to fact that it is that allows the maker to use ingenuity in arrangement of both geese and blocks. The pattern suggests a pair of these birds in each square, but on« may try the arrangement of pairs in one block and one goose in another. The result s one of the most amusing blocks on record, as well as one of the jrettiest of children's quilts. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 24 which contains six other patterns. For your copy send 10 cents stamps or coin to quilt department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y Be sure to ask for book No. 24. Tips on Contract drcn's lives, only to find later that "t has been a useless sacrifice. A healthy, merry mother is worth any number of worn-out, fussy' ones, no matter how devoted these may be. Wife Preservers HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By TOM O'NEIL. Cashing a Fit. Great is the slam potentiality of a powerful two-suited hand. Once the lucky holder finds which of his suits has the more support from partner, he can proceed toward the heights with confidence. Some players do not make original bids of two ot a suit with more than two losing tricks if the suit is a minor or more than three losing tricks if the suit is a major. Another school will make open bids of two freely with hands containing about five high card tricks or less if the suits have length and strength without regard to the proportion of possible losers and the immbcr of tricks necessary for game or slam. These bids work out well usually when a fit is found and there is primary control in the big hand of three suits and secondary control of the other. For instance a hand played by Morris A. Huse of New York. By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Brighten Up the Kitchen Dantily colored, thin wash curtains and gayly painted furniture and walls are no more costty nor harder to clean than dull kitchen furnishings. Make the kitchen as attractve as possible. A blooming plant in the window or a flower box outside the window has a pleasing influence on those in this realm. Dinner Vot Four (Meatless) Buttered Lima Beans Creamed Onions Bread Grape Jelly Tomato Salads Isnox Peach Sauce Lemon Cake Coffee Tomato Salads Leno.v Four firm fresh tomatoes, }{· cup cottage cheese, 2 tablespoons chopped celery, 1 tablespoon chopped green pepper, \z teaspoon chopped onion, ij teaspoon chopped parsley, ^s teaspoon salt, ij teaspoon paprika, Vs cup salad dressing. Wash and peel tomatoes. Cut off blossom ends and with spoon scoop out part of the insides. Invert and chill. Mix 1 tablespoon of dressing with rest of ingredients. Chill. When read}" to serve stuff tomatoes with cheese mixture. Arrange on lettuce and surround with rest of salad dressing. Lemon Cake 1-3 cup butter, 1 cup sugar, 2 egg yolks, 2-3 cup milk, 1 teaspooj lemon extract, U teaspoon vanilla, % teaspoon salt, 2 cups pastry Wheii you paper a room In your house, marlt on the closet wall, or other inconspicuous place, the amount of paper required for that particular room. It is a help next time the room needs papering. flour. 2 tojispoonp baking powder, 2 egg whites, beaten. Cream butter and sugar. Add yolks, milk, extracts, salt, flour and baking powder and boat 2 minutes. Fold in white. Pour into 2 medium sized cake pans and bake 20 minutes in moderate oven. Lemon Jeinp 1 egg 1 yolk, 3 tablespoons soft butter, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 tablespoon cream, V* teaspoon salt, 12-3 cups sifted confectioner's sugar. Mix ingredients, teat well. Let stand 5 minutes. Beat until crcamj and frost cake. Shell Announces Huge Advertising Campaign ST. LOUIS. Mo.. April 24.--Be lieving that business is definitelj on the upgrade, Shell Petroleum corporation is launching the largest advertising program in its history today to introduce a new "Super- Charged" Super Shell gasoline, it was announced yesterday by Paul Ryan, manager o£ the Sales Pro- motion-Advertising department. M o r e t h a n 3 3 0 newspapers throughout 20 middle western states will participate in the cam- mign. 'Millions of dollars were expended by Shell in last year's advertis- ng program, which produced a tremendous increase in the volume of gasoline £ Id by our company," Sya'n asserted. "As business conditions throughout the country are steadily improving, we confidently expect far larger increases during 1934 with-our new ·Super-Charged' Super Shell gasoline, which gives up to 6,900 more firing charges a gallon. These extra charges assure more power, quicker pickup, and extra mileage. Funeral of John Conrad, 52, Is Conducted in Dows DOWS. April 24.--John Conrad, 52, died of heart disease late Sunday in the Howard Ostrander home. Since visiting his sister and brother last winter he had been making his home with the Kd Jones and Howard Ostrander families. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at the Halvorson funeral home, the Rev. R. A. Brough in charge. 75 Millions More Will Be Used for Relief to June 30 WASHINGTON, April. 2-1. President Roosevelt today made available $75,000,000 for relief purposes during the remainder of this fiscal year ending June 30. The relief money comes out of the $-100,000,000 recently allocated to the federal civil works administration by congress. The ?75,000,000 will be administered by Harry L. Hopkins, federal emergency relief administrator. Roselia Loss Funeral Conducted at Algona ALGONA, April 24.--Miss Roselia Loss, 16, daughter of John Loss of Cresco township, died at the home of her father Saturday night. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at the St. Cecelia's Catholic church, the Rev. T. J. Cavern in charge of the services. Burial was at the Biverview cemetery. A number of churches annually Former Kesidcnt Dies. observe the fifth Sunday after ACKLEY, April 24.--A) Frantz, Easter as "Rural Life Sunday." 176, died at his home in Orlando, DELICIOUS (HOW MEIN Ready to heat and Cot! PBKPAKED by our chef, following a real Chinese recipe. Packed in out spick-and-span kitchens. A complete meal. Serves two or three. Ask your grocer for La Choy ready-to-serve Chow Mem. C D B B - r ° ur £ r ° CPr r IV C C g; ce j. ou ,, /,, con of crisp /rr'etZ noodles each can of La Choy Chow j ?'la., and burial was made there. For many years he conducted a photograph gallery here. He is sur- rlved by three daughters and one son, Roy Frantz of Ackley. PACKING HOUSE 122 So. Fed. MARKETS Ph. 101 Better Meats . . . Lower Price* SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY CHOICE BEEF CHUCK ROASTS FRESH GROUND BEEF 3c CHOICE BEEF TENDER STEAKS 3«K-16 LUNCH MEATS. lOc Ib. YOUNG LEAN PORK CHOPS3«».27' BEEF STEW NECKBONES LEAN SUGAR CUKEU SMOKED HAMS12I' WHOLE OR PART RING BOLOGNA 5c Each SLICED BACON Ib. W E S T + K Q J » 10 7 * Q 10 8 2 + 0 J 4 2 NORTH » A K. J53 + A K J 7 64* A SOUTH * K I 0 9 6 4 9 7 5 3 » Q 8 6 ^ 2 ·t N O N E + 8 7 5 3 The North hand, held by Huse, does not come up to the standards of an onening bid of two diamonds with the school -which considers losers alone. It has a spade loss and possibly two or more losers each in hearts'and diamonds. But Huse decided that all he needed to know was whether his partner had support for diamonds or hearts. With the enemy passing, after the opening two diamond bid north, South bid two no trump to show lack of quick tricks. North then bid three hearts and South showed a distinct preference by bidding five hearts. North thereupon contracted for a little slam in hearts and West made a misguided double on the possibilities of a spade, diamond and club trick. North redoubled. A spade was opened and one trick in that suit was the only trick taken by the defense. There were ample trumps South to permit the diamond suit to be set up by ruffing, notwithstanding West's possession of four to the queen. Mothers Over-Estimate Own Importance Often at Expense of Health By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH Mrs. Brown was exhausted and seemingly near a nervous collapse. She was at best not abounding in strength but inclined to go on her nerve, and being over-conscientious, drove herself constantly to a little greater effort than she was capable of giving. The strain showed itsef in irritableness with the children and a tendency to be over-critical of everything they said and did. Finaly her husband called a halt and read the riot act. "The children have learned that you are always available, and come to you with every little thing. You take it cut on all of us with continual crossness and semi-invalidism. No one can stand the strain of 24 hours a day of the same job. 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