The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 22, 1939 · Page 9
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March 22, 1939

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

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE rorkf ubsh 80 Attend Program of S. S. Class Musical Numbers Are Given at Meeting at Grace Church The Friendly Bunch Sunday school class of the Grace Evangelical church entertained members and friends in an all-church get- together, Tuesday evening at the church where a novelty program was given. ' Vocal numbers were given by the Misses Jane Satter, Wilm Walters and Virginia Stoakes 'the high school music departrrien A baritone solo, "Tramp, Tramp Tramp" by Goldman was given b Don Heddens, accompanied b Mrs. Roy Servison.'Leland DeWi played a cornet selection, "My Re gards," by Llewellyn, accompanie by Mrs. Art Donaghy. Both players , are from the high school instru ( mental department. The Rev. David Lang of Nor Springs gave his interpretation iavorite literary works. The Re Kaymon Ferguson, pastor, spok on the'blessings of the Easter season. To conclude the program, the 80 persons present gathered in the "o Be Married Mr. and Mrs. E. G. McEldoon, 406 First street northeast, an- i nounee the engagement of their daughter^ Evelyn, to Merlin Ziegler, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ziegler, 904 Madison avenue northwest. The wedding will take place in the near future. jask' Liive Eckst 1 playi this! in'tl 'was' IV were: Do This If You're NERVOUS Don't lake chances on products you know nothing; about or rtly on temporary relitT when there's need of a Rood general system tonic like time-proven Lydia E, Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound, made especially /or women from wholesome herbs and roots. Let Ptnkham's Compound help build up more physical resistance and thus aid in calming jangly nerves, lessen distress from female functional disorders end make Ufa worth living. For over GO years one woman has told another how to go "smiling thru" with Pinkham's--over 1,000,000 women have written in reporting glorious benefit*--it MUST BE GOOD I Trio Sings of Seasons on Program Matinee Musicale Meeting Held at L. S. Sanders Home Matinee Musicale met at the home of Mrs. p. S. Sanders, 327 Maryland avenue southeast, for a program with the theme, "Spring and Summer," given by Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. A. C. Hagerman. The Minster trio including Mrs. Don Wells, Mrs. C. E. Gilman and Mrs. Hagerman, accompanied by Mrs. Sanders, opened the program with three numbers, "In the Boat" by Grieg and "The Seasons" and "Spring Breezes," Swedish folk songs. Mrs. Sanders played two piano numbers, "Coming of Spring" by Palmgren and "Song of April" by Lack. The trio sang "Will O' the Wisp" by Spross and "What Sing the Birds" by Carew. Two piano solos by Mrs. Sanders, "Barcarolle--June" by Tschaikowsky and "Notturno" by Jensen concluded the program. During the business meeting, judges tor the music division of the girls' hobby show were announced to include Mrs. Harlan MacMillan, Mrs. Roger Kirk and Mrs. Roy Peyton. Judging will be Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at a piano, violin and voice recital at the Y. W. C. A. Values in "Used Cars" Paraded Here Mason City "Used Car" dealers paraded their rolling stock on Federal avenue Tuesday afternoon in observance of "Used Car Week" here. Many were the values shown. The dealers will continue "Used Car Week" through Saturday. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving.) WILDLIFE GAINS Used Cars in church parlors for a social hour. Refreshments were served by Mrs. G. Scheef, with Mrs. W. Stephenson and Mrs. William Carson on , her committee. Mrs. LeRoy Mott r* was chairman of the decorating VJJ. committee and Frank Fewins, gen- f)L J f T 1 eral chairman. WDServed 31 LaWlCr FREE! 9-PIECE OUTFIT GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FREE SUIT This 9-Piece Outfit Consists of DRESS SHIRT TIE BELT SOX GARTERS SHIRT AND SHORTS NECKTIE CLIP POCKET HANDKERCHIEF EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED FAIR M. H. ZEBKER, Prop. Walgreen Bldg. The Friendly Bunch will hold ts regular monthly meeting next | Tuesday in the church parlors. VIrs. Carson is president. Musical Selections on Community Center Program at Madison Madison community center was held at the Madison school Tuesday evening and the program included numbers by Patty and her gang, by children from the I. O. O. F. home and others. Patty and her gang's entertainment included a clarinet solo by Donna Hobinson, a cornet solo by Harry Russell, a mellophone number by Ralph Leaman and a violin duet by Betty tapiner and Nancy Robinson. Patty Maynard gave toe and tap dances. I. O. O. F. home children who performed were Connie Manley who gave a reading, Joyce Bird, a song, Shirley French, a reading, Betty French, a solo, and Connie Manley and Ethel Custer, a duet. They were accompanied by David Bruce on the guitar. Cecelia, Charles and Claire Gagnon played guitar selections. Dorothy Shinn gave a saxophone solo and there were musical numbers by David Bruce, Alfred Syverson and Kent Nichols. . -- o -- Miss Betty Hakes to Be Cheerleader at Oberiin College OBERLIN-- Miss Betty Hakes, Mason City sophomore at Oberiin college, has been named one of the six cheerleaders for the thirty- fourth annual all-star basketball snme which will be held in Ober- iin Thursday night, nt 6:45 o'clock. The Yale-Piincelon, which was started in 1005, is one of the oldest all-star games in the United States. Since 1915 only women have been permitted to attend this outstand- ' Special Stimulation Is Provided for Mason City Campaign LAWLER--Mr. and Mrs. William J. Chandler celebrated their golden wedding anniversary here Sunday, March 19. They were married March 21, 1889 at Waucoma. A family dinner "was held at noon and open house was held during the afternoon and evening. Their four children: Mrs. Clarissa Peck of Greene, Lloyd of Hudson, Hoscoe and Harry, both of Lawler, were present. --o--r COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES TO WED NEW H A M P T O N--Chrissie Groth, 21, and Florence Carder- man, 19, both of Sac City; Merlin Hoch, 21, and Gertrude Bjorgo, 23, both of Mondovi, Wis., have been licensed to wed. WEDDINGS PERFORMED AT CHURCH IN VALE NASHUA--Marriages performed bj r the Rev-. William Kent at the Little Brown church included those of Garnet E. Thatcher, Liscomb, and Calvin J. Rogers, Marshalltown; Hannah Johnson, Oakland, Minn., and Ronald Lees, Austin, Minn.; Ida B. Smith, and Swan Johnson, Boyceville, Wis.; Bemadine Hanna, Spencer, and Irving Harves, Dickens; Doris E. Clark and Judson D. Hilton, St. Paul; Harriett Englund, and Walter Shultz, Hed "Wing, Minn. Additional emphasis is being placed on the observance of National Wildlife week, with communities throughout the nation co-operating in stimulating the conservation a wildlife and natur Special stimulation has been given to the observance in Cerro Gordo county by groups of wildlife lovers and sportsmen backed up by a number'of business institutions. To protect the water resources Rare Values Shown by Dealers m Business Section DISASTER WORK IS EXPLAINED Red Cross Area Representative in KGLO Talk With a band and officials like all parades have, Mason City's Used Car" triumphal parade through the business section of nd restoration of I Mason City Tuesday afternoon set .tural resource, | m - P - * * "Used Car Week" in Exceptional values in used cars were displayed in the parade, which accounted in p a r t , f o r the sudden increase of activity on the used car lots of the city Wednesday. Activity has been increasing since the special week was started last Saturday. "Used Car Week' will continue through Saturday Ideal spring weather has further increased sales of used cars in the city. of the United States is one of the chief aims of the National Wildlife federation, sponsoring Wildlife Week, March 10 to 25, declared Dr. B. C. Higgins, local conservationist. He called attention to the renewed fight against pollution in congress and declared: Stress Stream Control "Stream control again is before at Ot. JcHnCS congress, in the form of the new William Alitz Rites to Be Held Thursday In an interview over K.GLO Tuesday evening, Dr. W. A. Castles, mid-western area repre- entative lor the American Red ross, asserted that the national eadquarters of the Red Cross sually is aware of disaster situa- ions before communities 10 or 0 miles a\v;iy know about it. Explaining the question as put o him by Nick Scheel of the KGLO staff, Dr. Castles said that ncal branch units of the Red Cross act at once in notifying area or national headquarters when a disaster hits a community. And he Red Cross takes precedence over other calls when it comes to making telephone or telegraph connections, frequently over wire circuits that have been hampered or completely broken because of the said disaster. Dr. Castles said that the American Red Cross had brought relicl to 17 communities which were hit by disasters in the last year. "And the only source of contributions which this humanitar- an organization has," said the rep- the omemaker TTelping ing event of the women's sports season at Oberiin college. Warner gym, the scene o f . the conflict, is annually jammed with more than one thousand cheering coeds anc high school guests. This is the las year the event will be held in Warner gym. The new Hales Memorial Physical Education Uni for Women, which provides ample floor-space tor play and spectators will be ready for use in the nox year's contest. Miss Hakes is the niece of Mi and Mrs. t.ee P. Loomis, 320 Firs street southeast. _o -MARRIAGE UCENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES C R E S C O-- Marriage licenses were issued March 20 at Cresco for Cavon Richter, 20, Red Wing, Minn., and Verona Holfschulte 24, of Mazeppa, Minn.; Howard Elliot, 26 Robbinsdale, Minn., and Huth Platz, 21, St. Paul. By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Sunday In March Menu For Breakfa_st Chilled Fruit Juices F l u f f y Omelet and Bacon Coffee Bread Marmalade Coffee Dinner Menu Tomnto Bouillon Toasted Crackers Celery Olives Browned Chicken Cream Gravy Boiled Rice Creamed Asparagus Hot Rolls Current Jelly Spiced Apricots anti-pollution bill. Organised conservationists will be kept informed by the National "Wildlife federation as to what is going on to stop pollution, not only, but affecting every other aspect of legislative and governmental activity with a bearing on our sustaining resources. "In the United States, the people can have what they want. Law-makers jump when any considerable portion of the voting public speaks up. "If our America is high-jacked of her outdoor wealth in the future as she has been in the past, it is because most of us are just too dumb to care.' 1 roster Stamps Sold Sight Priceleis-- Light li Cheap Washington Pie Whipped Cream COSTUME JEWELRY $1.00 BLANCHARD'S 3 West State SPECIAL! STANDARD MACHINELESS Permanents S10.00 Value $2°° Shampoo ...15c Fingerwave 20c Haircut 20c La' James College of Beauty Culture 14'/i 1st St. X. W. ju Coffee Menu For Supper Tuna Salad Sandwiches Tea Chocolate Nougat Cake Cherry Sauce Fluffy Omelet 4 egg yolks J A cup cream Mi teaspoon salt 1 » teaspoon paprika '» teaspoon celery salt 4 egg white?, beaten 2 tablespoon? bacon fat 6 pieces cooked crisp bacon Beat yolks with cream and seasonings. Beat and fold in whites. Mix lightly and pour into fat heated in large pan. Cover. Cook over low heat fifteen minutes. Crease through center and half turn over. Chocolate Nougat Cake 2 cups dark brown sugar 3 squares chocolate 1 cup milk V\ teaspoon salt ] ,i cup fat 3 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups flour 1 teaspoon soda Cook until creamy one cup stis- ar. chocolate and half-cup milk. Cool. Cream fat and add rest of sugar and beat until soft. Pour in other ingredients, including chocolate mixture. Beat one minute. Half-fill two layer-cake pans lined with waxed paper. Bake 30 minutes in moderate oven. Cool and frost. Nougat Froslinp (For Chocolate, Spice or Caramel Cake 2 cups granulated sugar '/4 cup light corn syrup 1 cup boiling water '/s teaspoon salt 2 egg whites, beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla I 1-3 cup nuts (optional) Boil gently, and do not stir I sugar, syrup and water. When thread forms when poured from spoon, slowly pour into whites. Beat until frosting is thick and cool. Add rest of ingredients. Tlve major activity of Wildlife Week is the distribution of the Wildlife Week poster stamps, 80 miniature portraits, in color, of birds, fish, mammals, trees and wildflowers, painted by outstanding artists. Returns from the stamps are divided between state and local groups and the National Wildlife federation. Sale of the stamps is in charge of the Junior Chamber, assisted by local nature lovers and sportsmen. Among firms supporting the campaign are Decker Brothers sporting goods, First National bank. Frank J. Enbusk, certified public accountant, Gildners. Huxtable drug. Kemble's greenhouse, Major-Randall funeral h o m e , Marshall and Swift. Sears Roebuck and company. Thomas Machine company. Zack Brothers electric company and Lyons Cleaners. The body ot William J. Alit 87, who died at his home, 15 Fourteenth street northwest, Mon day following a lingering illness, will lie in state at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home until 1 o'clock Thursday. Funeral rites will be held at the St. James Lutheran church Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. O. Mall, pastor of the church, in charge of services. Surviving Mr. Alitz are five sons, John D., Louis H., and Henry R. Alitz, all of Mason City; William A. Alitz, Hanlontown, and Fred K. Alitz, Littleton, Colo., and two daughters, Mrs. A. Tietjens and Mrs. R. Burgraff, Mason City, and 30 grandchildren and 1'i great grandchildren. Burial will be at the Plymouth cemetery. resentative in conclusion, "is the gifts from individuals all over the nation who make contributions through their local chapters." Mrs. H. C. Hansen, Clarion, Hostess at Bridge Club Party CLARION--Mrs. H. C. Hansen entertained members of her bridge club Tuesday afternoon at a 1 o'clock luncheon. Two tables of contract bridge were played with Mrs. P. Wilson of Klemme, a guest, winning high score honors and Mrs. J. K. Hilton receiving low score. The next meeting will be March 29 at the home of Mrs. Hilton. Does Your Breath Broadcast"I WEAR FALSE TEETH"? Play Safe--Be Sure--Use Polident Press conference: A convenient system that enables members of the cabinet to say spiteful things about critics who. .said spiteful things about them.--Xincoln Star. People who wear plates or bridges often suffer from a special kind of bad breath. Dentists call it-"denture breath." You won't know if you have Jt-but It can spoil your happiness. Friends will shudder-people avoid you! And the worst of it is that ordinary brushing may not prevent It. Neither will mouth ·washes. For the odor comes from a mucin-scum that collects on plates and bridges. This scum soaks up germs and decay bacteria and causes a vile odor that you cannot detect. One thing that definitely will stop "denture breath" is Polident! Thisj new brushlesa cleaner has won. the approval of thousands of dentists.Users s ay it's a blessing. Polident not only purifies false teeth --but also removes all stain, tarnish, and deposits. Makes breath sweeter - plates look better and feel better. Costs only 3M at any drug store and lasts for many ·weeks. Money back If not delighted. Cleans, Purifies Like Magic lio thin d a i l y : Add R little- PuKclent p.iw.lrr to ' = class water. Slir. Then 11 ut in plate or nbJ.S · -- nnd Signs of Spring . . . Romance and New Wallpaper % Many customers such as Mrs. Joe Fritz are truly thrilled over Shepherds 800 various wallpaper patterns. .We're confident you'll enjoy having Miss Hope Robinson show you all that is really new in wallpaper. A trip through Shepherd's wallpaper display room is truly in keeping with the advance "Signs of Spring." ,V *" * Another strange thing about man is the number of crackpot ideas he can have and still be considered smart.--Lincoln Star. SHEPHERD'S PAINT WALLPAPER STORE These Lamps are bound to thrill 1 They're the Last Word in Beauty and Better Light! Ask about the trade-in ALLOWANCE FOR OLD LAMPS Wn-Il-Up lamps, for use over bed, dresser, chair, etc. S4.25 to . Table arid end table lamps in many designs--$16.50 to Bridge lamps to fit every mood or occasion--.517.50 to General purpose lamps with 100-200-300 watt bulb--S24.95 In fi-\vay 3-cand!e lamps of every description--528.95 to Good assortment nt new Swing-Arm models--$17.50 to AH Lamps Are Priced Complete With Mazda Lamp Bulb THRIFT SALE TERMS As Low As 75c Down -- 75c a Month TMIOM the world's best-known designers and manu- -F faclurers come Ihcse charming new lamps. Some are modernistic in design. Others follow the decorative trends of various historical periods. All are a joy to behold. They have graceful bases in hron/.c, ivory, gold or silver--many with genuine onyx trim--lopped hy colorful shades of parchment, fabric or beautifully tinted silk. Because of the scientifically designed I. E. S.'features, softly diffused, eye-saving light is assured. Stop in. See them for yourself. Arrange to dress up and "Light Condition" your home for spring. * 16 FIRST STREET S. E. PHONE 1362 PEOPLES GAS fr ELECTRIC COMPANY

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