Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 21, 1939 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 21, 1939
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i! Monthly Meeting of Methodist Ministers and Wives Is Held --j monthly meet- iOfSffc~j- I 11 " A1 sona sub-district Methodist ministers and wives was held Monday at the Methodist parsonage. Plans were formulated by all tne pastors for the increase of re- jjsious activities, the deepening of the spiritual life, and the raising of money for the conference inst - Study Class Meets in Home at Corwith C 0 K.WITH-The Mission and Bible Study class of the First Bac- T T £ r i h mct at the home o £ Mrs J. L. O.xley with Mrs. Hobert Lee *L Mrs -'°*ley? Guests^from 5 Algona and Goldfield were present Refreshments were served. Ventura Man Feted on 66th Birthday VENTURA-F. F. Bohenke was .urpnsed by his children and their armlies Saturday evening. The jathenng was in observance of his sixty-seventh birthday. A 6 o'clock ^dinner was served ing card Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. Glen L. Wana- malter, 1017 Third street southwest, have returned from a seven weeks' stay in Lexington, Ky. * * a Mrs. William Spence, Ames, formerly of Mason City, has been M?.!, w a y h ^.. home ° c Mr - and Mrs. W. E. Gildner, 217 Fifth street northwest. * * « Howard Elder, 20 Fifth street northwest, has arrived hon P 1 rom California where he has been visiting in Sierra Madre. He made the t H. F. Stanbery of Fort I *,, . , ~ *·' «** -*'jujt*iia siu- J!"j_ at Iowa st ate college and president of the Ames Phi Kappa Psi chapter, has been the guest of John James, also an Ames Phi **si, at the home of Mr. James' parents, Mr and Mrs. R. L. jaSS, east Pennsylvama avenue north* o * M M TM an d Mrs. R. Q. Moore and ivii. ivioore s sister Mrs T pt« T ^t "t, 132 Eleventh street northeast" have arnved home after a 10 weeks' slay ;,, Long Beach, Cal. ,v?^n-? ei ' tha Pat -' he n. 808 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, has returned from Ottumwa where she i ed her dal Jghter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hickman" Dr. and Mrs. David Holman and daughter, Sue, have returned to their home in Milwaukee after StM S-g-g- £ 63S Second street northeast f * 3 av ?TM, Nl E ' d fi'' 90i Pennsylvania ?vZ u l.."°'- th ^st, has arrived Ii om Liberty, Mo., where he has be^n \'i«:t{ nrY ^jg i_ _ , . _ d5 MASON_CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE $473,122,052 Paid in Federal Income Taxes 1st 20 Days W A S H I N G T O N , /P_ T he treasury announced Tuesday it coUected $473,122,052 of · estimates. Which flrst installment January budget message ar-tl I aSUry d «lined Advance Easfpr Presentation? Smart! Individual! Authentic Styles You'll Welcome at These Prices! -., Distinctive COATS Flattering for Dress and Sports! Mr. and Mrs. Jay Clough of Nora Springs visited at the home ot Ms EteDp .^"'t H ', A - MorPhew, 645 Eleventh street northeast, Mon- 'elping the ·omemaker U SELECT JUDGES IN HOBBY SHOW Winning Exhibits Will Be Named at Y. M. C. A. Wednesday Judges were announced for the 13th annual Kiwanis-Y, M. C A Boys Hobby show which' began Tuesday and i-rmHn,,TM »i 6 , Members of the judging com rmttee are: Robert Hhsch, Dr nTy Kunz, Dr. H. H. Jennings, George Marty Barry Erwin, C W. Shaf! ver ' Gavin, B. W. MUli n gt on F M Humphrey, Father Car Kurt' Roger Patton, Ed Sears Fred Stubbs W. M. Temple | L R U g d and J. W. Tubbesing, b R R Flickmger and H. A. Towner ·Judging of the competitive ex- hibits will take place Wednesday The show will be open to the pub- hc^ Thursday, Friday and Satur- Entries for the show began Pourjng in Tuesday morning and ccmtmued throughout th" S d "y e h r t H° f th ° exhib ^. which ii Photcl.lnh^"! l M TM,f te . l »W to TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1939 $2 } 000 Loot Taken by Yeggs Who Bum Hole in Bank Vault '- , m cash was obtained by Burglars who burned a hole in the stale bank here Officers of the bank were un- 1° J a -l whether other valua- s had been stolen, since the vault was left in a disturbed condition and a complete early checkup was impossible. i' 5 th u e second time the Sinai has been burglarized Burg ars obtained S500 in cash and a ' WarrantS ab ° Ut Ei " First Lady Speaks Between Performances of Folies Bergere SAN FRANCISCO, (JP)-- Amer s£i«$? A aTextr?^ ^to^i^jag 11 H »h aS M ice , vei ' sa M °nday. Her- uch e Lrt h 1 att i? ctio n, she had sueri good box office appeal her U a , UdiMCe had to be moved la / Sest au "itori Um on the ^ ° ver «°wed that one d n t m i n d the t k h ' c mea talk had to be sandwiched i District Governors :o Attend Lions Club Meeting Wednesday k-n"n"/-'"i" , distric t governoi-s, Ken Goodrich, Boone; Guy c! Richardson, Jefferson, and Nor- m ?i?u · Love Si 1 ove, DBS Moines, will be special guests of the Lions club, which meets Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Hotel Hartford. ''The guests will have charge of die program as this is the opening f. un ° f the state convention with the Mason City club entertaining," Secretary C. E. Gilman stated in a letter to members. u-T/'f c ? n y? n . lion of Lions clubs wm oe held in Mason City 24 and 25. ELGIN, WALTHAM and LEROY WRIST WATCHES for GRADUATION New models priced low as $15 Buy his or her watch on our Lay-Away plan. Come downstairs ... save money. Ady's Watch Shop .p£ e W-navy, and trimmed reefers collarless types ..' flower - trimmed m o d e l s . ' S p o r t y fleeces in grape- tone, mist blue, teal--smart plaids and tweeds. .black coats in braid- 'corseletfe" styles '95 By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Flavoring Carrots . (Using Mint) Breakfast Grapefruit Juice Ready-Cooked Corn Cereal Cream . . Codfish Cakes Buttered Toast Coffee .... , Luncheon Winter Succotash pickle Relish p^afi! c Raspberry Preserves Peach Sauce Chocolate Cookies Tea Dinner Browned Fish Steak- Tartar Sauce Mashed Potatoes Buttered Beets Minted (,,,., Bread Apple Jelly _ Celery Banana Nut Loaf coffee Winter Succotash 2 cups kidney beans 2 cups canned corn - tablespoons butler 'A cup milk }4 teaspoon salt V* teaspoon paprika M i x Ingredients a n d =i mmoi . fifteen minutes. Stir frequently Minted Carrots 2 cups diced cooked carrots ? tablespoons flour 3-3 teaspoon =alt % teaspoon white pepper J tablespoon granulated sugar 1 teaspoon lemon juice |4 teaspoon grated lemon rind (£ ? a fP° on s chopped mint leaves (or-% teaspoon extract) % cup water 4,^Jesrpoons butter and flour. When 19 Ucsl slate p llone 8g!) M A S O N T Y 9-11 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. o I r h : h n B y l l 2 5 te h! y ° U ^" ° nd meet Nurse Hudson ' Feet grow nupit in BUSTER BROWN SHOES Superb DRESSES Designed in Colorful Spring Gaiety! Sr s ' inc f hpri BI « e Aqua Rose! p ^ s j^ the ZW Spring mood! Marvelous navies! F r o c k s with ' charming capes _ clever boleros--smart jackets- stunning redingotes! ^_ tivatin^SUITS Clever Coat, Jacket and skirt Ensembles! Individual 3-piece suits in superb tailored oft^r s sr hcoat ' iacketand ^ land or tweed! Simply irresistible m t h e season's ni o s t exquisite colors! hli SPECIAL! DRESSES QC $7.95 to $12.95 Values I */V TMTTI TT^r^ . Banana. Nut Loaf . , (Moist And Tasty) 4 tablespoons butter ?4 cup light brown sugar 2 eggs, beaten 2-3 cup mRshed bananas l teaspoon vanilla .2 teaspoon lemon extract ti teaspoon salt ' (, l f as Poon baking powder jb teaspoon soda Madison Community Center Plans Special Program for Tuesday T e Here's w h y c a r e f u l mothers choose these shoes for boys and girls Room for toet to wiggl* and grow straight and ttrong. Wenly of firm support h«re; Graded heel height, from no heel for !ot», to higher as they grow. Correctly designed to help keep toes pointing itroiflhf ahead at nature intended. One of the lasts on which Buster Bi-o.wn S h o e s are made. Shoes and pattern s from this last ore carefully tested on children before you buy. BUSTER BROWN SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS and up s" SLIPS Do you' know a bargain when you see it? Here's your chance to find out! 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""-"-age Companions of Spring Blouses and Suits Pure dye crepe blouses in QP'-f '\ Q " the f '° ra ' colors of ^^^^) spring--flattering neckfines jjU -o/ --c°mfortoble shoulderlines /i^ ^ --good "tuck-in" lengths, c f e v e r stitchtngs. r For the Sport Minded Choice of ° button "OPEN DIAPHRAGM" A NEW IDEA · Eliminates all bulging at the waistline. · Easiest corsette to put on and take o f f . · No uncomf o r t o b I e downward pull on the bust. · Hook-and-eye center closure gives smart separation. · Center-front . t i p p e r p r e v e n t s 'off-side' pull. · Allows free breathing. The "Open Diaphrcgm" is an exclusive feature of Miss Scarlette" bv "H W" $500

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