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March 24, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 24 1931 1-212 Quiet? You'd never know you had a Frigidaire in the home! Frigidaire does its work of keeping things cold almost as quietly as Jack Fijost freezes a pond! . So superbly smooth and silent is the famous Frigidaire unit that o nly a g/5orf of a whisp er announces its op eratio n.; a like a sleeping childj "you'd never know you had one ia the house!" Yet, for all its astonishing silence, the Frigidaire unit is far from sleepy--it is, indeed, a storehouse of TM/er-power, more than sufficient to meet every possible freezing demand of modern refrigeration. So don't be deceived by the surprising absence of sound in your Frigidaire;;; there is surplus power back of Frigid- aire silence!' Practically noiseless and less frequent motor operation is one of the many very real advantages of Frigidaire Advanced Refrigeration. There ars many others. It is such advantages that have · placed Frigidaire in the forefront of its field. We invite you to come into our showroom and learn all about them. · , ' · . · * · . * . ' * Tie ntte all white Percetam-on-steel frisfdaira are sold tuitb a tine-year service guarantee* * * , * ITHE NEW ALL WHITE PORCELAW-ON-STEEL FRIGIDAIRES ARE SOLD WITH A 3 YE AR SERVICE GUARANTEE T E R M S WILL BE ARRANGED TO SUIT THE PURCHASER MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. DON McEEAK 27 EAST STATE ST. PHONE 948 \\ Matchless FLAVOR that everyone loves! i _. . Nature gives it to BUTTER alone! S OMEHOW, everyone likes butter and enjoys its creamy richness, appreciates that touch of \ luxury it seems to give. It is always pleasing \. . . it always adds extra goodness no matter how it's used . , . and it .can't be counterfeited. Yes, butter is one of the really good things of life, and one that all can afford to enjoy. But, butter has more tian matchless flavor, tt supplies health, elements--Vitamin "A" which builds resistance to colds and similar all- ruents (particularly in children)--and Vitamin 'T" which hclpa build bone structure and sound teeth. There's health Jn every pat of butter and It pays to use it for that reason alone. Use butter freely on your table and In your cooking. It gives you double value Cor your money, because its creamy richness is always enjoyed and its food values ^re vital to health. P«OII» wb» try to uv. It. In* ccnu ia pric» bctwctv tancr. ln] j ·nyiriLBf qi«d tn- llud. an foolitif 'only tb iclvci. On Ih* btiia ol food »nd health vijut*. IntKr frrn l4f men lor jwu money [a IOWL UUB poanii-rooCih tor ufcw doabU loll Ji robt tioa-UitHf limilin el rood *!#. ra«u wul to tw«!lh, Tb, d*. csuud nt» of bottrr dcemut pncti. robbuiK Ui« «ut» ol cltbilj llt vn Iron diiryini ~* factor important la Iowa. U N R I V A L L E D IN FLAVOR. AND FOOD VALUE- North wood, Girl Observes Wishes Made by Mother Won Declam Contest Night Before Funeral; Talks at Clarksville. NORTHWOOD, March 24.--Cece Ha' Hove, senior, will represent Northwood high'school at the dls trict declamatory contest at Clarks ville tonight. She is a member of the dramatic section; her selection being "Number Six." Miss Hove ha= won distinctive honors in this work this year under handicaps. Her mother was confined to her bed for more than two months with an incurable illness and her death occurred just a few days before the home contest here. During her ill ness she expressed her hope that Cecelia would go thru with her de clamatory work no matter what the outcome of her illness .might be. In accordance with her mother s wishes, Miss v Hove took part in the home contest which was held the evening before her mother's funeral and won first honors. She followed this with victories in the county and predistrict contest and won the right to represent Northwood at the district contest by placing first in the dramatic division at the sub-district contest held at Osage recently. RAIN BENEFICIAL TO SPRING CROPS Seeding Will Be Helped, as Ground Was Dry, Says Olson. Nearly an Inch of rain fell in the Mason City and North Iowa territory during the night. The rain gauge of tl| Globe-Gazette weather observation equipment showed a total precipitation o£ .89 of an inch. Farmers over this territory - regarded the rain as one of the best possible developments that could have happened in preparing the ground for the spring seeding. In general the soil was dry and required moisture. Coming, down aa slow as it did the ground absorbed it. The frost was not out of the ground as much aa generally be lieved, according to County Agent Marlon B. Olson. The rain, however, was a great help in this direction. The rain was particularly benefi- :ial to spring seeding and for alfal- a and clover seedings, according to Mr. Olson. CECELIA HOVE. Iowa State Brand BUTTER Is Being Used at the Globe-Gazette's FREE COOKING ' SCHOOL Miss Hove is also a member of the girls glee club and sextet and of the octet of mixed voices of the local high school and plays clarinet in the School band. COURT OPENED IN WINNESHiEK Mailman Asks Damages From Keeper for Injuries in Car Crash. DECORAH, March 24.--The district court of Winneshiek county convened again today with Judge Eichendorf of McGregor on the bench. The Hallman-Keeper casa was expected to come before the court today. Hallman is suing Keeper for damages for Injuries received when the Keeper car hit Hallman last October alid severely injured him. The MeCall-McAndrews case which was tried last week resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff. A controversy arose over a radio purcnased from McCall which the plaintiff, Mrs John McAndrews, declared unsatisfactory. The jury returned a verdict for Mrs. McAndrews and McCall was ordered to pay her $150. snap crackle! BIrs. Polk Is President ALLISON, March 24.--Unity Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Lojan Garner. Officers elected were: President, Mrs. Carl Polk; vice president, Mrs. Ed Cadam; secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Harry Frese. INSTITUTE TO BE ATST.ANSGAR Sunday School Teachers to , Gather for Mitchell County. Sessions. ST. ANSGAR, March 24.--The mid-year institute of Mitchell county Sunday schools will be held at the St. Ansgar Methodist church tomorrow. This institute will be attended by delegates from all the towns in Mitchell county and also by many Sunday school students from the different places. The program includes: "What This Day Holds For Us," by R. J. Starr of Osage; "Go Teach," by the Rev. L. Weiss of Bolan; "Making Missions Interesting in S. S.," by Mrs. Otis Moore of St. Ansgar; "Helping Temperance Material for S. S.," by Miss Edith Kethchum of Riceville; "S. S. Workers Library and How to Use It" by Mrs. E. J. Scofield of Osnge, general discussion by the Rev. N. C. Dreler of Osage; "The S. S. Lesson, How to Teach It," by O. G. Herbrecht, superintendent of young peoples work of- the Iowa State Sunday school association. The afternoon session includes: "Well Done Good and Faithful Servant," by Dr. Sylvester E. Ellis ol Osage; "A Home Program of Chris- tlon Education," by O. G. Herbrecht; "Preparing" the Primary C) ass'Room for the' Sunday Session," by Mrs. F. D: Moore of Osage; "Why an Adult Bible Class?" by F. E. Conca of St. Ansgar; "A State Program for Improving Sunday Schools" by O. G. Herbrecht; "God Glveth the Increase" by the Rev. Martin Davis of Little Cedar. pop ·uneral Services Are ' Held for James Conry NEW HAMPTON, March 24.-Services were held for James Conry. A, at Our Lady of Lourdes church, XJurdes, by the Rev. Father Renier, pastor. James Conry was born Jan 14, 1847, at Baltimore, Md., and came to Chickasaw county-with his parents. Buys Cafe at Rockwell. ROCKWELL, March 24.--Elmer ibson has purchased the Yarrow cafe and took possession of it Monday morning. Mrs. Blanchau, 63, Is Buried at Britt LUVERNE, March 24.--The funeral of Mrs. William Blanchau, 63, Britt, who had lived for many years on a farm near Luverne, was held at the Methodist church at Britt. Besidea her husband she leaves a large family of grown children. The eldest daughter, Mrs. Will Thompson, lives in Luverne; Music Students to Compete. EAGLE GROVE, March 24.--Tha following Eagle Grove students will participate in tho subdiatrict music contest at Humboldt Thursday, Friday and Saturday: Mary Lou Roper, Corey Olson, Roberta Keith, Thomas Severtson, John Moklebuat, David Hinhley, Gaylord Hill, Grace Hall, Orpha Michaelson and Marvin Has- klna. r THAT'S the w a y R i c e Krispies sound when you pour on milk or cream. The crispiest cereal ever made ! Rice Krispies are toasted rice grains. Golden-brown. Delicious for breakfast, lunch or supper. Add fruits or honey. Oven-fresh in the red-and-green package. At all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. RICK KRISPIES CLO Wednesday and Thursday the 25th the 26th By Order o£ the Receiver STERLING I BBi TnideWheKlbnDolheBesl BBB W. A. Westfi all, Receiver Mason City, Iowa Gigantic Selling Event Starts Friday Morning Watch for It! Wait for It! Showers oS Sensational SUPER-VALUES .EARLY SPRING BARGAIN RATE* CHICAGO Round Trip Going-- Tickets will ba honored on oil trains March 6 and 7, and for trains of March 8, leaving not later than 8:00 turn. Returning-- Tickets will be limited for return to March 9. Ticket* Cood ftc Cotehft Only Maaon City TTcket Office, Phone 82 W. F. Cody, Division Passenger A4ont 9th St. and S. Pennsylvania Aye. Phono 324 Ob MILWAUKEE ROAD Nurses Rarely Over-Fat Because They Know Crew Works on Changing Channel Near Rockwell . - R O C K W E L L , March 24.--The Lowe Construction company has established a camp one-half mile west of. Rockwell on 1 the Leo Scholl place and has a gang of men at work changing the channel of Beaver Darn preparatory to grading the roadbed for the paving of the relocated Highway No. 65. Operetta at Osage Is ' Prepared by Students OSAGE, March 24.--"Hansel and Gretel," adapted from Humper- dinck's opera, will be given at the seminary gymnasium tonight by the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade pupils. It is under the direction of Miss Alice Maxwell with Miss Ruth Smith as accompanist. Principals in the cast are Gerald Johnson, Ruth Katz, Lorraine'Dux- bury, Joe Kloberdanz and Keith Godfrey. , FOR MEN! THE EDITOR'S MAIL BAG Iowa State Brand Creameries '---.«,! M A S O N C I T Y , I O W A Doctors, nurses, druggists and others in touch with modern medical practice are rarely over-fat. Nor are people who con- mlt good doctors. They know that a main cause lies in a gland weakness. And :they combat it with the factors used in : Marmola prescription tablets. Marmola is made for those who wish to employ this new-day method at Email . cost It is prepared by a world-famous | medical laboratory to fit the average case. I People have used it for 24 years--millions ' of boxes of it. Users have told others, and jthe use has grown and grown. Now aH can see on every side that excess fat has met a foe it rarely can resist. All because science has found the gland ·weakness which let* too much food go to fat. It has found the.right treatment in feeding what that gland fails to supply. That is what Marmola does. A book in each box gives the formula and tells how and why it acts. No abnormal exercise or diet is required. Simply take four tablets daily unm weight coax* down to normal and vitality comes up. Let Marmola 6ght your over-weight in this right way. Do it to look normal and feel normal. Don't wait longer while so many enjoy it» good effects. Telephone your druggist now for a $1 boat. MARMOLA PRESCRIPTION TABLETS The Risht Way to Reduce {Continued From race 3). them,'the misleading representation is inexcusable, to say the least. Eminent physicians, thruout the world, have demonstrated the evil effects of tobacco upon the heart, liver and respiratory organs of the .body and, in many cases after operations, it has been found that tha excessive user of tobacco does not rally as readily as does the nonuser. Scientists have repeatedly given us the benefit of their research work and have written freely of their experiments with the poisons ' contained In cigar and cigaret upon the bodies of rats, guinea pigs, etc. Educators are constantly bringing to the attention of the world, tha fact that users of tobacco do not rank as high in scholarship as do those who are non-users. Society is often offended by the smoke and odor of.the vile cigaret and cigar. The user either does not care because of the offensa or is heedless of the fact that others do not care for the smoke in their faces. Tha schools, and the W. C. T. 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