The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 23, 1939 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1939
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12 ' THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 I! II 'k EASTER SUNRISE EVENT PLANNED Local Ministerial Association To Present Program 'An interesting program lor the annual sunrise service, Easter morning at 6 o'clock, will be given under the auspices of the Ministerial association. These sunrise services Easter morning are becoming more and more popular in all sections of the nation. Further announcements regarding the details of the program will appear in the papers next week. The committee in charge of the program this year is composed of Dr. Roy C. Helfenstein, pastor of the First Congregational church: the Rev. William Galbreth, associate pastor of the First Methodist church; the Hev. Baymon Ferguson, pastor of the Grace Evangelical church; C. B. Gilman general secretary of the Y M C A., and Miss Helen Lucile Gay general secretary of the Y. w! O. A, The committee is to meet at the Congregational church office on Saturday afternoon of this week it 4 o'clock to complete the plans for the service. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Teachers to Hear Children's Voices Training Class to Meet Friday Morning The class in church membership conducted by the Hev. David L Kratz at the Church of Christ will meet Friday morning at 9 instead of Saturday morning and will continue to meet each morning during the spring school vacation. Children of the junior ages may attend, even though they were not able to be present the first two periods. Instruction is given on "How to Become a Christian," "The Purpose and Character of the Church" and "The Responsibilities of the Christian Life " Miss Irene Sivedlund. teacher, is shown here directing the Jefferson sixth program durlns the c B ° bert BaUer ' B * ***»* *«* Barclay, *«"«"«· "« «eGroo t Lulu Barclay, · D0 " BUrgeSS ' B ° b KiFSCh ' B ° b Peterson - Lawrence Carroll, Donovan Allen Warren Wolf, not shown here, also is a member of the eroun. Miss Mildred visor, will direct the choir at the convention. (Lock photoTl^-enay eugravlng.) On Thursday Night Program When you see woman after woman buying Butler-Nut Coffee, there must be a mighty good rea- »on. They are buying Butter-Nut because they get belter value for their money -- more flavor and finer flavor at no extra cost. No ordinary coffee could hold sach leadership or continue such steady growth year after year. It is by sheer superiority of flavor that Butter-Nut keeps on whining scores of new friends. If you love fine coffee, and like to get better value for your money, try Butter-Nut. It is tops. BuilerNui MgLJLOWE offee LSPECIAUy M L L O W E D C DAMON'S SECOND FLOOR ·» i V "*(*-'* Uv i = « -, » w.T J- SDPT.-R. B. IRONS Leader CUNT HILL Osage , GEORGE EATON Forest Cify V O G U E this costume suil to typically spring in America . , . where life rushes on from open fields «o opening nights with no ffme to change . . . essence of fine taitoring in * dress of wool sheer fn luscious spring shades with exquisite sculptured derail repeated in its jacket of rwin fabric that moulds superbly. {V- % MRS. 3. CURTIS AMEN 1 Mason City Mrs. Hay Bosworth, Manly, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. · Mrs. Ida Obrecht, Thornton, was dismissed from the Park-hospital Wednesday following a major operation. ' A son weighing 6 pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chamberlin, 404 First street northwest, at the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Dorothy Engel, Minneapolis was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. A son weighing B pounds 2V ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs" Herbert Grupp, 1408 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, at the Park hospital Wednesday. Two Divorces Granted on Grounds of Cruel and Inhuman Treatment i Divorce decrees granled to Opal I Bentfield and Lois Gleason on grounds of cruet and inhuman treatment were on file in district court here Thursday aftcv having been granted by Judge Henry N. Graven. The judge also approved a stipulation providing that Mrs. Bentfield was to receive no alimony from her husband, E. J. Bentfield, and that each should retain the personal property now in his possession. Mr. Benttield is to pay $50 attorney fees for his wife, Mrs. Gleason was given custodj- of a minor child arid her husband, John A. Gleason, is to pay $20 monthly for the child's support. The divorce was granted by default. At Hospitals FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 IT'S TIME to Visit Your Earl May Store at 216 SOUTH FEDERAL Ulhb ilHA. $4.40 FARM SEED RED CLOVER (Extra Fancy) Per Bu HAY and PASTURE MIX. 50% Clovers, ' Per Bu WHITE and YELLOW BLOSSOM SWT. CLOVER (Salt Pepper) d»« n/» Per Bu 5O.yU MAYVVAY BABY CHICKS (Select Grade) White A £ » Leghorns, per 100«P«.i J NAMED VARIETIES · Wh. Rocks · Bd. Rocks · Buff Rocks · Buff Orp. · R. Island Reds Per 100 (Good Fri. Sat. Only) GARDEN SEED BIRTHDAY GIFT Earl May will give you 1 Ib. Early Alaska Peas with Garden and Flower Seed Orders of SI.50 or more. Limit o£ 1 Ib. to each order. · ONION SETS (Colorado Grown) 2 Quarts I8c 1 qt. . . 23c 1 gal. . . 30c · LAWN GRASS (Green La.wn Mix) 5 !bs 51.00 1 Ib. . . 23r. 3 Ibs. .. 65c EARL E.MAY SEED Co. . EARL E. MAY, Pres. Mason City 218 S. Fed. PHONE 756 NORA SPRINGS MAN HELD HERE Edmund O'Rourfce Is Charged With Leaving Scene of Accident Edmund O'Hourke, Nora Springs, was bound to the grand jury late Wednesday by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge o£ leaving the scene of an accident without offering assistance. His bond was set at $500. O'Rourke was arrested Wednesday by members of the highway patrol and the sheriff's office. The car he was driving was alleged to have struck a car driven by Fred Best, Burchinal, at the Clear Lake junction on highway 10S Saturday night. Officers had been unable to locate O'Rourke until Wednesday. J.PFORR RITES HELD AT MANLY Services for 90 Year Old Man at Bethel Evangelical Church Funei-al services for John Pforr, 90, who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. R. O. Hayter, 616 Jefferson avenue northwest, Sunday following an illness of seven months, were the Bethei Evangelical church at Manly Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. H. M. Raecker, pastor of the church, was in charge of the services. A quartet of Carl Gericin, Lyle Dillon, Chester Dobel, and Maynard Bartlett, sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "We're Going Home." They were accompanied by Mrs. H. M. Raecker. Attending ' the services were Mrs. Dora Mannel, Milo and Ervin Mannel, and George Keohler, Nor walk, Wis. In charge of flowers were Milo Young, Mrs. Margaret Hubbard, Mrs. Ross Radcliff, Judy Groin, Doris Kotz, and Mable Kotz. Pallbearers were Edward Dickenson, Charles Wepking, Manuel Hogbin, J. W. Davies, Joe Baumgartner and Henry Tucke. Burial was at the Manly cemetery. William Alitz Rites Held at St. James Lutheran Church Here Funeral services for William Alitz, 87, who died at his home, 159 Fourteenth street northwest, Monday, were held Thursday afternoon at the St. James Lutheran church, with the Rev. O. Mall, pastor of the church, in charge. Mrs. O. Mall sang "Rock of Ages," and "The Old Hugged Cross." She was accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Fred Wolkenhauer. Mrs. Martin Peterson and Mrs. Phillip Schmidt were in charge of flowers. Pallbearers were William Weber, Phillip Schmidt, D. Carstens, Frank and Hugo Schwartz and J. SMOKING AND DRINKING? WATCH YOUR STOMACH! For quick relief from indiges- ion, heartburn and acid stomach due to excessive smoking and drinking try Adla Tablets. Sold on money back guarantee.--Huxtable 3rug Co. Legler. Burial was at the Plymouth cemetery, with the Rev. Raymon Ferguson of the G r a c e Evangelical church in charge. F. A. Petty Services Held Here; Burial at Elmwood Cemetery Funeral services for F. A Petty 54, who died suddenly Tuesday night at a local hospital from heart disease, were held at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home Thursday morning.' The Rev. William Galbreth, associate pastor of the First Methodist church, was in charge of services. Pallbearers were Sam Gotis, Sam Meros, Bud Burtis and Don Burlis. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. USE THE WANT ADS flfK FJUHS DE LUXE 1 poundfreshfish }S teaspoon paprika fillels (flounder, 1 CBS. slightly ptrcji, itou 1. beaten with laddock. etc.} 1 tablespoon !i cup flour ivaier .« teaspoon sail JJ cup sifted crumbs Cut fish in serving pieces and dip in flour which has been mixed with sal t and paprika. Dip pieces in egg, then m crumbs. Fry in deep hot Spry (375° F.) about 4 minutes, or until golden brown. (N'o smoke or unpleasant odor when you fry with this purer, ALL-vcgetable shortening. And foods ate so crisp and golden outside, moist and flavorful inside.) Drain on absorbent paper. Serve with sauce tartare, made by combining y± cup mayonnaise with 2 teaspoons eacli of chopped olives parsley, pieties and capers. Serves 6. But remember, use Spry in this recipe and be sure of best results. (AUnmuuraaaasinlhitruipcarclcsel) (Clip and sure this Spry ndpi) } Such light cakes, ^D flaky pastry, too, /| with creamier Spry C REAMIER Spry"-why, that doesn't begin to teUtheivhole story! Spry's creamed and creamed --yes, triple-crtamtd to amazing lightness and smoothness. It mixes iike magic, blends like a charm. Mate a Spry cake today. See how light, fine-grained, delicate in flavor. You'll find pastry made the Spry way is flakier, more tender- fried foods are crisper, tastier. Change to purer Spry today! . IN S-LB., 3-lB., MB. CANS TTie new.purer, All-vegetable shortening : ^n£ace4- ancicfo ."Z**** ·**"'. 0**-: e^'* v '- t^^J 0 **- .L**^" ·-*/· ·*- ^·'i ^7 \ '^^·^ ·fc'* 3 ^-^.* SC75 G- 0$ s H o i; s 105 NORTH FEDERAL

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