Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 23, 1931 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 23, 1931
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MARCH 23 1931 MASON CITY GLOBK-GA/HSTI'B Con-cert 1st to Be Heard at Meeting lona Burrows Will Play at Last Woman's Club . ' Affair. lona Burrows of Iowa Falls, who will give a lecture recital April 14 at the final meeting of the Woman's club, was privileged to play the works of Chopin on the Pleycl piann upon which Chopin composed and both privately and in public played his last compositions. : Miss Burrows will speak infor- .· mally on Chopin and will play his ·J. music. Maurice Dumesnil, French 5 pianist, who was chosen by the I French government to concertize on ' the historic Chopin piano, says of i! Miss Burrows 'lona Burrows is a t.. norn pianist. Her playing is always } ! : imbued with genuine musicianship I-';,, and her technic is brilliant, nat- -.': liral and precise. She shows fine ;'·'·' understanding of the modern French school and plays Debussy with the proper atmosphere and tone color- · ing. I feel that Miss Burrows has a -' fine future on the concert stage." i She has studied piano with Dura*; esnil, Allen Spencer and Jan Chia'?: pusso and organ with Arthur Dua- jj ham. In addition to' her concert ex- f perience Miss Burrows spent some if time in Chicago where she held simultaneously the positions of organist in a large Presbyterian church and Sholem Temple and monthly organ soloist in Sinai synagog, the largest synagog in Chicago.. PLOWMAN-HUES , Minn., March 23 -;Miss Margaret Hues, whose home is near here, and George Plowman, , from near Northwdod, announce their marriage. White House Florist Will End Service Charles Henlock To Retire From Work at Capitol. BOSTROM, daughter of W. . Bostrom, Swedish minister in Washington, is engaged to many Sixten F. Wollmar of New York. The wedding is to take place in Stockholm. 35W6O' S I Z E S LOlt .». Check them at once with good dependab le old ft PISO'S Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Invited. By MRS. E. E. HUNTER rf v The last syllable of the word, sacrifice (sak-rif-iz), is often mispronounced. The final I is long as in fine. Formerly the final B was pronounced like Z, but the modern dictionaries allow you to say "fis" if you wish. If you care to make a fine distinction you will pronounce the last syllable "fis" for the noun and "fiz" for the verb. Remember the I is long in either case. WASHINGTON, March 23. Mrs. Herbert Hoover and the presidents' wives who succeed her will have to do without the floral planning of Charles Henlock for white. house parties. Henlock, 74, will retire March 31 after 45 years in the white house greenhouses. Twenty of those years he has served as chief, but the rigid requirements ot the retirement law now compel him to relinquish his position. During his long term he has decided what flowers deck the state dining room, the blue. room and the east room for receptions, dinners and even weddings. He . sent masses of pink Azaleas to the white house for the wedding pf Grover Cleveland. Theodore Roosevelt, he aays, was the only president who ever visited his green houses, tho the first ladies always come. Roses, carnations, freesla and snapdragons are the flowers most used for the . executive mansion, Henlock says. MANYAfTEND 40 HOUR ADORATION Special Services Held at St. Joseph's; Visiting Priests Assist. DACK at the controls of her plane D for the first time since her nearly fatal accident at the Cleveland air races in 1929, Lady Mary Heath is. pictured in her machine at the Curtiss-Wright Flying School, New York, just before taking off. The famous woman flyer has not lost any of her skill in handling a ilane and is planning a long'flight, he nature of which she is keeping ecret. Now Is The Time-To get your permanent wave before the Easter rush--Our Easter special to . . r . ,. : ' Complete.' - ·£":" vr-j-i*'· ·'* sSAUTY SHOP Mrs. Cockayne, Specialist Phone 1651 19/ 2 Kast State O. Friends Never Knew Her Hair Was Gray Pretty Lois Page Tells How She Keeps Her Hair Dark, Beautiful Stay young, my friends. Above all, why let your hair get gray, when there's a simple way to lose gray hair ovc.aight and in a. few days have beajtiful darlc hair. It's a brew, of common sage tea properly blended with .sulphur. An old - Local High School Pupils Honored at State Lion Event Miss Dorothy Bamber, 315 Louisiana avenue southeast, and Willis Parrott, 21iy a North Federal ave nue, have returned from Des Molnes where they were among the high school honor students entertained by the Lion organizations of th« state of Iowa. Miss Bamber and Mr. Parrott, who were accompanied to Des Moines by G. E. Cress, president of the Mason City Dons club are both seniors and were chosei from the high school because o high grades and activities. While In Des Moines the hono students of the state visited the state_ house and the historical building. A luncheon was given in their honor at the Yonker's blue room, where they were entertained by the male quartet and a group of musicians from Drake university. Dr. Moorehouse, president of Drake university, and Gov. Dan Turner were speakers at the luncheon which was attended by 108 students and Lions. Twenty-eight Lions clubs were represented at the meeting. --·:·-- We have had floods and drought and earth tremors but luck has changed. The danger o£ another ex- era session of congress has been averted.--Toledo Blade. NA AU.EE-EVANS 3HUA, March 23.--M1SS Lu- cille Evans and Orrin Alice, both of Oskaloosa, were married at the Little Brown church by the William Kent, pastor. IAMOUS THE WORLD OVER AS THE WASHER CAST ALUMINUM WITH THE TUB · · - · . . r steep on the 'tHe "stove. Now improved arid sold by all druggists for 75c a bottle. Wyeth's Sage Sulphur. Use it following directions and very soon it will restore your hair to its original coloring, so evenly, so naturally nobody'U ever know. Potted Plants... For Easter and every day. At your Greenhouse you will find an unusually fine, large" assortment of Spring plants-strictly fresh and home-grown. Today's stock at today's price. We suggest' that you come out tomorrow to make your Easter selection. Plenty of parking space. Phone 53 Herman M.Knudson.Prop. 1205 So. Federal Ave. Forty hours adoration o£ tb Blessed Sacrament, which began a St. Joseph's church Thursday, closed Saturday evening with solemn serv ices. Besides the rosary and sermon customary at the evening devotions ;he Litany of the Saints was chante by all the priests in the sanctuar and solemn benediction of th Blessed Sacrament was given. The Very Rev. P. S. O'Conno pastor of St. Joseph's, led the chanting of the litany and acted as master of ceremonies at the benediction. The Rev. R. P. Murphy of the Holy Family parish was celebrant at the benediction. He was assisted by the Rev .J. V: Bacci of Mercy hospital as deacon, and the Rev. H. J. Krieger, assistant priest at St. Joseph's, as sub-deacon. Father McDonnell In Charge. The three days' devotions were in charge of the Rev. Charles McDonnell, S. J., a professor at Mundelein seminary, Chicago. In his first day's talks Father McDonnell traced the origin and spread of the 40 hours and showed that Christ is the central figure in the devotions. The love of Christ for men and three means which men can use to show their love for Christ and the preparation necessary for holy communion were the themes discussed in succeeding lectures. An appeal for service of Christ thru participation in Catholic activities was the subject Of the talk on Saturday evening. Members of the parish kept continual vigil before the Blessed Sacr rament from 6 o'clock each morning- until 9 in the evening. The main altar where the Sacred Host was exposed in a golden monstrance was Illuminated by a hundred \vax candles and red and green vigil lamps, and was ornamented with lace and fine linen and numerous bouquets of pink roses and red carr ·nations mingled with ferns and palms.- 2,200 Communions Given. About 2,200 holy communions were given during the three days. The music for the 40 hours iu- I eluded the singing of high mass by the regular church choir and congregational singing of the benediction hymns.. On the last evening orchestral accompaniment was added to that ot the organ during the final hymn of thanksgiving which was sung by the whole congregation. Visiting priests who assisted in the devotions were the Rev. P. Moi- loy, Belmond; the Rev. W. Torpey. Clarion; the Rev. M. Manternach, Garner, and the Rev. Father Kopecky, Duncan. MR. AND MRS. CAKSON ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. William Carson, 1544 Adams avenue northwest, entertained 42 guests at dinner Saturday evening at 6 o'clock in honor of Mrs., Carson's mother, Mrs. B. B. Snell, on the occasion of her birthday. Mrs. L. A. Lysne and Mrs. W. B. White acted as assisting hostesses. Music and games were features of the entertainment. , YT/EN-WILBERN The wedding of Alcy Wilbern of Rockford and Harry Ytzen of Mason City was held Saturday evening at the First Methodist parsonage. The Rev. William H. Spence officiated. After a trip to Waterloo they will be at home here where Mr. Ytzen is employed at Marshall and Swift company. Announcing-- THE OPENING OF THE Cecil Beauty Shop AT THEIR NEW LOCATION 200 North Federal Building (Over Lincoln Sandwich svnd Waffle Shop) Tuesday, March 24th / Afternoon and Evening at 2:30 and 7:30 FLOWERS FOR THE LADIES EVERYONE WELCOME New Air Schedule to Affect Local Service A new schedule for airmail to San Francisco has been announced by the poatoffice department following the addition of a third daily trip of planes from Chicago to San Francisco. Mall which leaves Mason City at 1:30 p. m. o'clock will reach San Francisco at 1:18 p. m. the following day, leas than 24 hours from the time it started from the local postofflce. Letters which leave here at 9:35 p. m. will reach San Francisco at 9:01 p. m. the following day. Scouting Fraternity to Broadcast Program Alpha Phi Omega, national scouting fraternity, will broadcast another of their radio programs from Iowa City Tuesday from 9:15 p. m. to 10:15. The feature of the progmm will be a talk on "Scouting and Citizenship." The Cavalier orchestra of Iowa City will furnish music during the program. These programs are broadcast by the chapter at Iowa University every two weeks. GRASS FJKE EXTINGUISHED. The fire department was called to extinguish a grass fire on the northeast corner of Third street ·\nd Pierce avenue southwest n! 3:35 o'clock Saturday afternoon No damage was Kitchens Need a Clear Syrup You need other Amaizo Syrups, too -but for some frostings, sauces, etc. only a crystal syrup will do. Try thft superior Amaizo Crystal White ' Syrup. Delicately flavored with real vanillo -but colorless as crystal. It preserves the whiteness of anything in which it is used. And it's a sweet of healthfulness for all the family. Your grocer has Amaizo Crystal White Syrup -- and , the other Amaizo quality products. Every Monday Evening at 9:30 o'clock Don Amaizo broadcasts his program of music and adventure over Station WMT. GOOD MAYONNAISE ·DEPENDS UPON THE WAY Oil IS ADDED Likewise, Flavor Development in Coffee Depends Upon Roasting Process Housewives sometimes can add oil :o mayonnaise ingredients in large amounts and not see the mixture separate. But in most cases there is disappointment. "A little at a time" is the best way. Occasionally big batches of coffee can be roasted to perfection, but this result cannot always be depended upon. Because of this, Hills Bros., after years of study, originated and patented Controlled Roasting--a continuous process that roasts only a few pounds at a time. A constant stream of the blended green coffees is introduced into a series of roasters in accurately measured lots--about three pounds. As it passes through in a steady, automatically controlled flow, the heat, which never varies, roasts every berry to uniform perfection. No other coffee tastes like Hills Bros. Coffee because none is roasted the same way. 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