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March 24, 1939

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

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FfilDAY, MARCH 24, 1339 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SOCIETY Young People Like to Cook, Too, and Library Helps Them Crime Detection Expert to Give Junior Chamber Talk Nebergall to Explain Investigation Bureau Work Monday Evening Young people like to cook and there are some fine books especially for them at the public library. One of the questions being asked about young America this year is: "Why has it gone into the kitchen?" Some say it's because of home economics courses, some because so many actors and actresses claim 1 to be good cooks, and novels) have heroines \vho are good cooks, and because Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Thomas are famous cooks and have all sorts of headline writers, radio stars and ocear. fliers as assistant cooks; but a new book just received at the Mason City public library this week seems to think it is because young Americans are coming to be be'.ter sports and. are meeting *:fe as it really is and the young people want to do their share. The books selected.for them by. the staff include this new book., "Young America's Cook Book," edited by Home Institute of the New York Herald Tribune; "It's Fun to Cook" by Maltby; "Jane Louise's Cook Book;" "Corned Beef and Caviar" by Hillis. It. W. NEBERGALL, ST. SUZANNA CIRCLE CONDUCTS MEETING St. Suzanna's circle met with Mrs. W. B. Berneman, 212 Twenty-ninth street southwest, Thursday and bingo was played by the 12 members and eight guests present. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be April 20 with Mrs. Earl Cornelius, 223 Twenty-sixth street southwest. v. --o-- .'tTANITA WILSON HONORED AT PARTY Thirty guests attended a miscellaneous shower at the home o£ Mrs. L. W. Mott, 809 Carolina avenue southeast, Thursday evening honoring Miss Juanita Wilson who will be married Easter Sunday to Edward. Stephan. A mock wedding was staged by Mrs. Jennie Frietag, Mrs. B. Jarvis and Mrs. Vern Mott. Court whist was played with prizes going to Mrs. Ed Christiansen and Mrs. C. K. Kemp, high, and Mrs. Harold Katz, low. Mrs. George Holt won the Chinker check prize. Refreshments were served by Mmes. Clifford Mott, Gregory Wolfe and Vern Mott. - An ardent advocat eof scientific crime detection methods, R. W. Nebergall, head of the state bureau of investigation, will address the Junior division of the Chamber of Commerce at 6:30 o'clock Monday evening in Hotel Hanford. Widely experienced in working out solutions to many major crimes in Iowa, Mr. Nebergall has been engaged to tell the local Junior Chamber of methods of identification, crime detection and instances of how certain crimes in Iowa were solved. · Is Widely Experienced Mr. Nebergall, who is known among Iowa officers as "doc," has heen in law enforcement work for many years. He was sheriff of Story county form 1922 to 1330. .He resigned that office to take a osition as special agent under the overnor and served in that ca- acity for three years. During lat time. Mr. Nebergall was ac- vely connected with, and worked ·ith, the Iowa Banker's associa- on. Part of his duties was the isiting of every county in Iowa Bits About 'Em SPRING SALE OF WALLPAPER We Save You Money E N C L E R SANITARY PROTECTION IN ANY COSTUME Practical monthly protection i:: Worn internally--nothing can shoW3t:No pins, no pads or belts i I : No odor: Perfected by » physician. Have il explained: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Currie and daughter, Mrs. Harriet Wilson, and her daughter, Susan, 416 Adams avenue northwest, left Friday on a trip to Jacksonville, Fla. it a * Mrs. A. Zack and daughter Bonnie Jean, 1022 Fourth stree southwest, left Friday for Covington, Ind., where they will spen spring vacation with Mrs. Zack'; brother-in-law and . sister, Mr and Mrs. C. N. Creamer. # c c Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing 1G Linden drive, Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Tubbesing,, 1142 Third stree southwest, and Mr. and Mrs.-W C. McDougall, Algona, left Fri day morning for Greenville, Miss to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ken Mrs. Kent is a daughter of Mi and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing. COMPARE OUR Wallpaper Values TheMerkel Co. WIRELESS PERMANENT WAVE .. $2.00 Shampoo and Fingerwave. . . 50c and 75c n furtherance of the county vig- .ante plan. Scores of meetings vere held with bankers, business nd civic organizations in communities throughout Iowa. He was also connected with in- 'estigations dealing with home of he major crimes which were perpetrated during his tenure as special agent. It is generally con- :eded among Iowa officers that no single individual knew as much about the now deceased criminal, Jack Klutas, "the rat," who murdered Sheriff Sweet of Washing:on, Iowa. In this case and in many others, Mr. Nebergall took a leading part. Was Magazine Editor From 1933, when he became editor of "The Iowa Sheriff" magazine, and took over some other duties in connection with the Iowa Sheriffs' association,, he has become well known as an officer, editor and speaker throughout the middlewest. On Dec. 31, 1938, his special talent was given additional recognition when he was selected 'to head the Iowa bureau of investigation. Mr. Nebergall, s i n c e 1926, fought determinedly for launching of the peace officers short course at the State University of Iowa. He is an ardent advocate of the establishment of a scientific crime detection laboratory at the state university and was one of a group of officers at the shefiffs' convention who went on record advocating the establishment of a laboratory. Entertainment Is Planned Among facilities utilized by the Iowa Bureau of Investigation, under the department of justice, are extensive fingerprint files, police radio, ballistic laboratories and photographic laboratories. Mr. Nebergall will be introduced at the Junior Chamber meeting by John \V. Wallace, safety director in the local police department, according to Paul McAuley, program chairman. Special entertainment is also being arranged in charge of Nick Scheel. A nominating committee will be elected at this meeting of the Junior Chamber. Electric Manicure, only 50c Ethel Harrington, Proprietor Estelle Davis and Dort» Firkins, Oprs. LE MODERN BEAUTY STUDIO 217 1 /-: No- Federal Ph. 3011 OPEN EVENINGS ATHENIAN CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Athenian club met with Mrs. J. D. Stoner, 419 Second street northeast, Thursday, and Miss Margaret Hanlon presented the program committee's report for next year. Mrs. Gerald West gave current events and Mrs. H. G. Weber led the lesson on "Women in Public Life." ISATUBDAY AND MONDAY SPEC 100% Pure, Bulk or Package LARD pound YOUNG, MEATY I Ask For the Stamp 'Colby' When You Buy TM Genuine Colby Full Cream CHEESE 15c Pound SPARE RIBS... lOc T-Bone STEAKS 15c All Meat Hamburger f\ and Sausage M Mutton t^ * 7 Shoulder Roast Pound Pocket Roast Poundl Veal Pound Veal sir . 15c Veal.... I2c Patties.. 17c Barbecue ·-- Ready to Eat Sliced, Sugar Cured Spare Ribs, Ib... 20c Bacon, 2 I b s . « . . 25c Fancy, Corn Fed, S LEG-O'- Pound Mutton.. 12c Tender MUTTON 3 Pounds Chops... 25c PORK LIVER, HEARTS, BEEF SHORT Pound Ribs .... lOc FANCY SLICED Pound Baby Beef Liver. 13c TENDER, YOUNG Bee? Pot Roast Pound FRESH CREAMED Pound Cottage Cheese . 6c PICNIC STYLE, 4-6 Ibs. Pork Roast . . . Pound FRESH DRESSED BROOKFIELD and IOWAHA Chickens. Ib. . . 18c Butter, Ib 2}c 101 NEW RECIPES OF THE HOUR Miss Ann Kingsley LECTURER Each day at the Globe-Gazette Cooking School you will receive a program containing all the recipes prepared that day, and more too! If you attend all sessions, you will have a collection of more than 100 splendid, tested recipes, charts for meal planning, and other valuable features. Plan now to be there every day. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL High School Auditorium Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday March 28,29, 30, 31 The Musical Program Wil! Start at 1 p. m. Daily Lecture and Demonstrations at 2 p. m. Daily These firms will help make the school a success: Gifts Daily American Crystal Sugar Co. Blanchard's Jewelry Clorox Chemical Co. (Clorox) Currie-Van Ness Company D. K. Lundberg Co. Damon's Shoe Department Engler Drug Company Fruit Dispatch Co. (Bananas) Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Iowa Tea Company J. C. Puth Company John Gallagher, Inc. Kemble's Greenhouse Kenyan's Cheese Store Klipto Loose Leaf Co. La Choy Food Products, Inc. (La Choy Chinese Food Products) Lever Brothers Company (Rinso) Lyons Cleaners, Launderers, Furriers Mason City Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Mier Wolf and Sons National Biscuit Co. (Shredded Wheat, Ritz and Premium Crackers) Northwest Savings Bank Peoples' Gas Electric Co. Pfaff Baking Company Pillsbury Flour Mills Co. (IMllsbury's Best Flour) Ralph S. Shepherd Paint Wallpaper Store S. S. Kresge Company (25c to St store) The Climalene Company (C'limalcnc) The Merkel Co. Vance Music Company Western Grocer Company

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