Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 24, 1931 · Page 4
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 24, 1931
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MABUIN Grades Present-Program. I ALEXANDER, March 24--4. large crowd enjoyed the free program put, on'.by several grades at the school auditorium. Each grade had a part up to the seventh. £ VERY WOMAN NEEDS DrPIERCE'S Favorite Prescription KNUTSON RITES HELD AT LELAND Woman Who Died in Roland ,.; Survived by Husband, Two Children. LELAND, March 24 Funeral services for Mra. Herman Knutson, who died at her home in Roland, z* mm -ISM* were held at the Winnebago Lutheran church east of Leland Monday afternooii. She is- survived by. her husband aha two children, Knute Knutson, who lives on the homestead east of Leland, and Mrs. Thomas Haugeri of Lake, Mills. Mra. Knutson lived near Leland before moving to Roland several years S °' I Mayor WaJker says more persons should walk to work, and more of them would if they knew where it was. -- Miami Daily News. RED GROSS TO HOLD MEETING Annual Convention to Be a Washington April 13 to 16. Manning Bros. WALL PAPER 1 / - Will Be Demonstrated By Mrs. Ruth Campbell at the Mrs, Campbell Will "T" II V/ . About the unlimited possibilities for giving I ell I OU .» » » « .your ftome a cheerful, healthful atmosphere by re-decorating the walls with new Wall Papers'which we are showing. Our stqck is replete wi{;h the smartest of patterns and colors . . . combinations that let springtime right into your home. MANNING BROS. ' 32 East State PAINTS. WALL PAPER, GLASS Phone 930 -- r _. RUTH CAMPBELL stressed the value of good bread on the opening day of the Cooking School. 'Good Bread is always truljr the Staff of Life^but no : bread can be better than the ingredients used ap3'1£e:';Con^ "/ - '-K-'v : ::-'.'y.' : ·';.-;· '·'·-~:5-;'^^-V:;.^ ^ Many people have discovered the superior food value of Diamond Bread made by the Mason City Baking Company. Its texture, its flavor, and its health-giving qualities due to the superior ingredients used make Diamond always the Better Bread When you insist on Diamond you can be assured of Bread ft its best. 1 , · Good Bread is still your most important item of daily diet. o lAMKb EAT MORE MASON CITY BAKING CO. Bakers of DIAMOND -- the Better Bread ·IT STAYS FRESH LONGER"-- THERE'S A REASON BREAD , EAT MORE BREAD Thompson-Dean Co. PHONE 217 SERVICE GROCERS PHONE 219 Visit Our Meat Dept. Quality Corn Fed Beef Lamb Veal Halibut Haddock Chickens GARDEN CITY CLEANER, 5-pound pails JOHNSON'S FLOOR WAX, Pound cans COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE, Ib EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES ORANGES, Fancy . r-A Florida, 10 Ibs Ul/C Camay Soap/3 for. . . ,21c Chipso, large ........ 19c Oxydol, large. .., _____ 19c Ivory Flakes, -large. . .21c Big Four Soap, 10 for 33c Bulk Crisco, Ib ....... 20c Navy Beans, 3 Ibs. . . .21c Post Bran,' 2 pkgs ..... 21 c SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR 27c MRS. ROGERS* HOME-MADE PASTRY MRS. WALTERS' HOME-MADE BREAD Farmers We Want Your EGGS The Cerro Gordo county chapte of the American Red Cross has re ceived its call to send delegates to the annual national Red Cross con vention to be held April 13-16 In Washington. Red Cross relief in the--drough area, child health, war service and plans for the wide observance of the fiftieth anniversary of Red Cross service 4n America will be the big topics for this year. Sent $1,058.55 Total. This county sent four drafts totaling 51,653.55 for the drought relief and so the story of what happened by persons who have been actively engaged in the work on. the.scene of distress will be especially interesting.' General Hines of the veterans bureau will discuss recent legislation and how it affects Red Cross chapters. There will be notable speakers from high government circles, business, labor and the field of health education^' The U. S. army band .orchestra will serve the 'convention officially, and the junior Red Cross delegates will again have an important place under the leadership of Harry B. Wilson, national director. , ' There will he round table discussions on each day on disaster relief, war service, health senvice, first-aid and life-saving," civilian home service^ public information and roll call and junior Red Cross.' Anyone May. Attend. . The official convention dinner will be held at the Willard hotel on Tuesday, April 14 and the Junior dinner and dance will be at the Mayflower hotel on Monday, April 13.' All Red Cross members and those interested in any phase of Red Cross work, have been invited to attend any part of the sessions. Only official delegates from the chapters may vote. Special rates will be made to anyone from Cerro Gordo'county who wishes to attend and who is a Red Cross member. Persons who may find it possible to be in. Washington during that week, are requested to notify the Cerro Gordr) county chapter headquarters, 20( North Federal building. Mason City, so their credentials may be ar-' ranged. ._. - - · · DELHI, India, March 24. Jf)--Members of the nationalist party walked out of the legislative assembly today in protest against execution of three men at Lahore last night. The sitting of the assembly was shortly thereafter ad- iourned. The. nationalist party ,is distinct "rom the all-India national congress, which has boycotted th« legislative assembly. . .Convicted of murder of a police official in December, 1928, Bagha( Singh, Raj Guru and Sukhdev were hanged. Nationalist leaders rotested the executions, maintain- ng that the viceroy's good faith in :he recent truce with Mahatma Gandhi would be established by commutation of the sentences. · Just before leaving for Karachi' Uahatma Gandhi was told of th« executions .of the three men. Gandhi .warned ! his followers against putting themselves «iri wrong by becoming angry, but warned the youth of the nationalist movement that the "deliverance of this country must not be thru murder'." AT THE HOSPITALS Harper Joslyn, 516 Main street, Clear Lake, Was admitted to Park hospital, for a major operation. Monday. . Arietta Decker, 625 Jefferson ay- )ne Cent a Day Brings $100 a Month Benefits of $1.00 a month for 12 months--$1,000 to $1,500 at death 1 ; at a cost of only one cent a day, .re being featured in an accident policy issued by the National Pro- :ectlva Insurance Association, 814 Scarritt Bldg., Kansas. City, Mo. · Send No Money For 10 days free inspection of policy, simply send name, age, ad- ress, beneficiary's name and rela- ionshap. No medical examination s required. Over 150,000 paid poli- :Ies are already in force. Write National Protective · today ; while street,'was admitted to Story hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. Mrs. John Goll, Garner, was ad^ mitted to .Mercj^ hospital for a major operation Tuesday.. * Mrs. "E. M. Duke, 1012 Third street northeast, who underwent a major operation at Story hospital, was dismissed Tuesday. Mrs. Andrew Petersen, Garner, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a maor operation/Monday. Ariene Becker,",625 Jefferson avenue southwest, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Monday.. .Miss Anna Ambrqsen, Thompson, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Monday. " Mrs. William Kelley, Manly, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Monday. Mrs. Frank Elwood, Elma, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Monday. Robert Kreus, Rockwell, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation, Monday. 1 Rodger Olson, 712 Washington avenue southwest, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. Andrew Frelund, 203 First street southeast, was dismissed from Park hospital Monday, following treatment. Mr3; Lewis Foss and infant son. Meservey, were dismissed from Park hospital Mondav. Mrs. Ed Rushia, Clear Lake, was admitted to.the Park hospital for treatment Sunday. Bill Kallas, Lehigh. row, was admitted to Park ^hospital for a major operation Sunday. R. B. Aahmore, 315 Deleware avenue northwest, was admitted to Park hospital for treatrnen. Sunday J. A. Kramer, Woden, was dismissed from Park hospital Sunday following a minor operation. · Dale Davenport, Clear Lake, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Monday follow tag a major operation. Mrs. Charles Gunderson, 924 Delaware avenue southwest, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Sunday with her infant son. Bill Kallas, Lehigh row, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Sunday. ' R- 35. Ashmore, 315 Delaware aye 1 nue northwest,- was admitted .to Park hoapltal for treatment Sunday. J. A. Kramer, Woden, was dismissed from Park hospital Sunday following a minor operation. Daie Davenport, Clear Lake, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Monday following a major operation. ·Mrs. Charles Gunderson, 024 Del aware avenue southwest, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Sunday with her infant son. Body Taken to Illinois After Services at Britt BRITT, March 24.--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meleney left for Mt. Carroll, I1J accompanying the body ot( Mrs! Meleney'a mother. Funeral services - Golden .Anniversary of Goldfield Pair Observed at Home in Long Beach GOLDFIELD, March 24: -- Mr and Mrs. L. A. Mclntyre -of Long Beach, Cal., long time residents here who spend their winters in Long Beach observed their fiftieth wedding anniversary,at their home In the west. Both Mr. and Mrs. Mc- lntyre have lived here practically all their lives. Mrs. Mclntyre was born on a farm near here and Mr Mclntyre moved here at the age of 4. .H. M.- Mclntyre, farmer north of town, and Mrs. C. C. Baldus are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre. PROTESTlATH OF THREE MEN Nationalists Walk Out of Indian Assembly After Execution. . ' ''¥· ·-';''* The only high quality washer of su^h a nationally famous make that ,. ever sold for less than $98.50 NOW $ 59 .95 Features-- The only washer that washes by the "Hand ' Washing Method," has the floating agitator, aluminum tub, balloon type' rubber wringer rolls, Westinghpuse motor, the maximum of inbuilt durability and efficiency. THE CHOICE OF EXPERTS . : -- -- · ·--: 7 Mrs, Ruth Campbell .,.' _ CONDUCTING THE Globe-Gazette 1 Has Chosen the voss W A S H E R exclusively .. . for her use^ and demonstrations. Mrs. Campbell, demonstrating the easiest and most economical ways to perform household duties, highly recommends the new Voss, she ' says: "I find the Voss a safe, easy operating washer. It cleans clothes thoroughly." O n l y $ 2 . 9 5 D o w n D u r i n g M a r c h ! Currie-Van Ness Go* 11JN, Federal Ave. ^ Decker's Ha m f o r You r EASTER DINNER! K e f r e s h i n g ! What . a flavor and fragrance! bursting, with taste and tang! Your appetite will pep up at the very first taste bf this juice-laden, full-flavored, sausage. It's that new Decker Country Style FRESH Pork Sausage! And it stays FRESH! You can serve it 'in the middle- of summer as well as in winter. TUis' extraordinary sausage fries RED-- a beautiful RED! It comes in bulk form in one pound VJsking tuhes. It's transparent casing will strip right off when you dip it in hot water. Try some' of Decker's new Country Style FRESH Pork Sausage tomorrow. There's just simply nothing like it! Decker's lowana^Ham is a treat WORTHY of first place on the festive Easter table. .Sets the appetite all agog to see its brown-sugar coat dotted with cloves; its' pink and white slices streaming with juice ... baked apples and'pineapple crescents snuggled to its sides; browned potatoes playing border-guard. You will add to' the :day's rejoicing by placing this feast before your Easter guests. DELIGHTFUL EASTER GIFTS!. As a special feature, Decker's Ipwana Hams and Bacon and Decker's Vacuum-cooked Hams are enclosed in gaily decorated Easter wrappers. Surely someone you know would be extremely happy to receive one or more of these delicious foods as an Easter token. SO MELLOW ... IT JUST MELTS IN YOUR MOUTH Truly! So tender the fork breaks It and so different in flavor' Decker s Vacuum-cooked Ham is a delicious, ready-to-serve product ' that will simplify Easter cooking considerably. c You may attend Easter Sunday worship and know that a · - a few fairly Easter dinner that you could.prepare. Decker's Vacuum-cooked Ham is a far-reaching dish-^no hone, no skin, no surplus fat. Being ready-cooked it may, he heated quickly. There are two sizes to choose from-- whole and half. Have a container or two in vour refrigerator all the time. It "will save .you many embarasslng moments. You will bo prepared for unexpected guests or for a -luncheon when 'friends drop in. It's quickly prepared and easily kept on hand. Decker Products Featured by Mrs. Ruth Campbell During Uie Globe-QueUe Cooking School, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thurtdiy anrt Frldiy, lira. Ruih Campbell will feature. D«cker nroduota. sue will sugge-it many recipes, to show the lupcriorlty of Decker pro-duels and ttia taaty meals that may be prepared, bf using DKket't ouUUndlnc toots.

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