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APRIL 30 1934 JWASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE May Morning Breakfast Menu A' basket of spring flowers makes Â·A very pretty center table decoration for the May party. The. spring colors of green, lavender and pink can be used both for decoration and in the foods. Breakfast for Eight Fruit Compote in Orange Baskets Egg Souffle Muffins Waffles Creamed Peas Apricot Jam Maple Syrup Coffee Fruit Compote in Orange Baskets 1 cup diced oranges 1 cup diced grapefruit 1 cup diced pineapple 1 cup white cherries, seeded One-third cup sugar 8 sprigs mint Mix and chill fruits and sugai. Arrange in little baskets made from orange skins, top with mint or any other greener}'. Serve on paper doilies. Egg Souffle (Baked in Custnrd Cups) One-third cup butter One-third cup flour 2 cups milk 6 egg yolks Â·Â· teaspoon salt % teaspoon paprika 1 teaspoon chopped parsley ,i teaspoon celery salt 6 egg whites, beaten Melt butter, add flour. Blend and Fur Storage Modern--Circulating Air Your furs will look much better if you have us clean and give them the necessary attention . . . AT LOW SUMMER RATES. CALL 633 For free estimates, or bring in your furs. BenowitzBros.FurShop 231 N. Federal Avc. add milk; cook until thick, creamy sauce forms. Stir constantly Add yolks and seasonings and beat one minute. Fold in egg whites. Fill buttered custard cups 2-3 full. Set in pan of hot water and bake 35 minutes -in slow oven. Carefully unmold and serve. Muffins 3 cups pastry xiour 6 teaspoons baking powder !-i cup sugar Vs teaspoon salt 3 egg yolks !!Â·Â·! cups milk 6 tablespoons butter, melted 3 egg whites, beaten Mix flour, baking powder, sugar, salt. Add yolks, milk. Beat one minute. Add rest of ingredients and half fill buttered muffin pans or paper cups. Bake 15 minutes in moderate oven. LEOKAKD MARK HONORED AT PARTY Leonard Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mark. 123 Jackson avenue southwest, was honored at a party given on the occasion his thirteenth birthday Sunday at his home. There were 25 guests and the time was spent on a treasure hunt. Later refreshments were served. .;. 3 COUVLES ISSUED MARRIAGE LICENSES NEW HAMPTON. April 30.-Marriage licenses have been issued to Harry R. Irwin. formerly with Goodyear Tire and Rubber company at Mason City, and Esther R. West, both of Davenport; Arthur Testorff of Fredericksburg and Adela Bre- mcr of Sumner; Edward C. Cohrt of Spencer and Grace Kathan of Osage; Kenneth Johnson of Radcliffe and Dorothy Regina Anders of Hubbard; Everett Telford of St. Louis, Mo., and Phyllis Oden of Cainesville, Mo.; Paul Karns of Shell Rock and Evalyn Beine of Plainfield. SEVERSON-LEtN LAKE MILLS, April 30.--Miss Ann Lein. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lein. became the bride of Glen Severson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Severson of Clear Lake, on Saturday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Hinderlie at his parsonage at Forest City. The couple was attended by Miss Ann Florentz, a friend of the bride, and Jack Lein, a brother of INSULL ABOARD THE EXILONA Samuel Insull, fugitive utility magnate, is shown taking things easy aboard the S. S. Exilona. With Insull are shown Burton Berry, who has custody of Insull, and Capt. Wenxel Habel, a former lieutenant commander in the United States naval reserve, commander of the S. S. Exilona. Samuel Insull sent a cablegram to his son in Chicago, telling him that he expects to land at Jersey City on May 7. (Central Press Photo). the bride. After May 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lein will be at home in Clear Lake. Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Schncller of Milwaukee spent the week-end in the parental E. C. Schneller home. 327 Fifth street southwest. Mr. Schneller returned to his posi- tion in the advertising department of the Milwaukee Journal and Mrs. Schneller went to Omaha for a visit. * Â¥ * Mrs. George Feldman, 40 Oak drive, has left for a few weeks' visit at Ponca City, Okla. * * * Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. Werner and daughter, Leeta Joy, and Lou E. Lipp have left for their homes in Omaha after visiting at the home of Mrs. Weiner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kropman, 325 Seventh G R U N O W Â· Be critical when you start out to buy an electric refrigerator! Find out "what's inside." Have your dealer show you what freezes the ice cubes and keeps the cabinet at the proper temperature. If you come to our store we will gladly show you the refrigerant inside a Grunow. We'll let you see this magic fluid, Carrene. We'll let you smell it, and hold it in your hand. We'll let you freeze ice with it in a few moments' time yourself. We'll make other amazing tests of safety and efficiency which will thrill you. And then we'll let you examine the other Grunow features of beauty, convenience, and sanitation which are certain to please and delight you. S U P E R - S A F E R E F R I G E R A T O R Xuno In Columbia Network for Grunow Kadio Program Every Tuesday Evening at 8:30, Central Standard Time VANCE MUSIC CO. CERRO GORDO MAYTAG CO. WARD FURNITURE CO. J24 North Federal Ave. Mason City 13 First Street S. E. .Mason City Clear Lake, Iowa W. B. KINGSBURY SONS Osage, Iowa C. 0. GORTON HARDWARE L. W. Swanson Furn. Hchv. Kanawlia, Iowa Whittcmore, Iowa street northwest. Mrs. Werner and daughter had been here for some time and Mr. Wciner and Mr. Lipp came for the week-end. W * W Dr. Don FitzGerald, 1012 Third street southwest, has yone to Cedar Rapids where he will conduct a clinic on gold inlay technique at the State Dental convention. V * * Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmelin of Minneapolis were in Mason City Friday and Saturday visiting friends. Mrs. Schmelin was formerly Mrs. Gladys McAuley. Mr. Schme lin is a buyer of produce in the mid- west with headquarters in Minneapolis. The two were married about Christmas. Richard A. Rusley Constable candidate on Democratic Ticket Richard A. Rusley Monday an nounced his candidacy for nomina^ tion as constable on the democratic ticket. Mr. Rusley c a m e here from Forest City 11 y e a r s ago and after a year's e x perience in the business office at the Northwestern States P o r 11 and C e m e n t company he accepted a K. A. KUSLEY position in the accounting department in the local offices of the Chicago and North Western railroad where he was employed four years. He was graduated from Mason City high school and Hamilton's Business college and is a member of the Brotherhood of Railway clerks and the .Lutheran church. Calvary Brotherhood to Meet Tuesday Night Invitations have been sent to 80 men to attend the meeting of the Calvary Lutheran brotherhood Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the church, 1615 Delaware avenue northeast. Mr. Runger, Mr. apurgeon, Leon Frost and Mr. Severs committee in charge, have arranged the program. One of the first objectives will b to make preparations for a fitting observance of Mother's day. Halverson, Schultz Win 'T' Hexathlons Irving Halverson and Leo Schultz were the respective leaders as points were totaled in tbe Y. M. C. A. hexathlon tests of Saturday, 'the former winning the grade school ! competition, the later pacing the I seventh and eighth grade entrants. The scoring: Grade Sciiwol Boys MALL SPEAKS ON "THE HOLY WAR" Saviour Has Done Everything to Ait Salvation, Says Minlstar. The Rev. 0. Mall spoke on "The Holy War" at St. James Lutheran church Sunday morning. "The Savior has done everything to bring salvation to us," the pustor said. "We know of His doctrines, His miracles, His help for body and soul, His suffering and death. We also believe In His resurrection and His ascension. This life work of Jhrist became necessary after sin iad come into the hearts of men. "The result of sin was awful and :he punishment came at once. Sa:an, who brought sin into the world, must be overcome. Christ defeated .his Satan through His sufferings and death. Today we must fight against sin so that Satan will not overpower us. Those who will tl overcome" will eat of the tree of life in the new Paradise. Let this be an incentive to fight in order to win." The Luther league met in the evening. Marieta Broers gave the topic, "Our Lutheran Youth Movement;" Helen Buehler, "Luther's Life;" Carlton Mall, a reading; Pearl and Elnora Broers, vocal duet "List to the Voice." Ruby Weitzel became a league member. Preparations were made to attend the Luther league rally at Hampton next Sunday. SÂ»yÂ» He Requires God. At the Trinity and Calvary churches the pastor chose as the text for the sermon Sunday morning John 7.37-39, pointing out that man, created to be in fellowship with God, never will be satisfied to be apart from his Creater. "Because of man's sin and the enticing power of his own lust, he is led away by many evil desires and sinful pleasures which, however, do not satisfy his soul's hunger and thirst," said the pastor. "Jesus extends to every one this invitation: 'If any man thirst, let him come unto me and drink.' Jesus alone in His word and sacraments offers to man's soul the living water which can satisfy the thirst of the soul. "God, our creator, understands the deepest need of the soul and It has surely been found true that every one who comes to God and in his Word accepts the Christ, the son of God as his Lord and Savior, never has been disappointed. On "Probation." "Probation After Death" was the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in the Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. The Golden Text is from John 11:25, 26, "I am the resurrection, and the life: he that helieveth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live; and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die." The Lesson-Sermon comprised quotations from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. One of the Bible citations reads: "And after eight days again His disciples were within, and Thomas with them; then came Jesus, the doors being shut, and stood in the midst, and said Peace be unto you. Then saith he to Thomas, Reach hither thy finger, and behold my hands; and reach hither thy band, and thrust it into my side; and be not faithless, but believing. And Thomas answered and said unto Him. My Lord and my God" (John 20: 26-28). Among the selections from the When you find your glass perco- ator top is loose, remove it and a clean rubber band, from one- eighth to a quarter inch wide, around the glass top. Put the top back on the coffeepot. The heat will seal the glass and metal together. 378 IrvJnjr Halvt-rnon . Olcn VrsspHden .. ........... . Bob Wallace William Hlws ....... . . . . . . ____ ...... 1!H8 C.eorce Morhi ____ . .................... Ifll t*irtttf!y Brewer . . . , ............ . ...... J83 Clnmlc Hckctt - .... ..... ...... ........ 174 Hnrotd ArvMMUi ...................... 1SK Hcrsrhel O'lirivn ____ . . . . . . . . . . ...... ].1t I'at rick CnrtnJn ..... . ......... ....... 14*Â» Armando Arroyo ................ . ..... J O I Wayne Fairish . . .............. . ...... iifi Bo? Gustnfson ........................ 37 Seventh and EiRlilh Graders Lro Sehtitt ____ , .......... . ........... B23 fattl Mnd?en ................. . ....... 4711 Terry Mn^mie ........................ 453 Clayton Schlscl ....................... 44!Â» I*sIlR Hiimlston ........ ....... ....... 347 Ilnbrrt Siwtsri ........................ 339 John Donnelly ........................ 23 1 Wnrrcn Rrown ..................... . . 21" Marlon Thompion .................... 3Sfi tlnrry Moons tra ...................... 10.1 Dick Cftrtfr .......................... 77 New Zeppelin Flying Hotel The new Zeppelin, which is under construction in Friedrichsafen. Germany, will carry the equivalent of a two-story building, with 25 bedrooms, a dining room. 45 feet long, and a baggage room large enough to hold automobiles. The craft will be 600 feet lon^ and more than 120 feet wide at the center. JUST LOOKING AROUND . . . Not just ready to buy shoes -you will be a welcome guest at Laird's. THE NEW WHITE SHOES are so soft to feel and so good to look at that we never get tired of showing them. Our offering is fit for Fifth Avenue shoppers. 14 JE. State St. Where Shoes Are Really Fitted Your Rugs! WHAT DO THEY LOOK LIKE NOW? A Skillful Cleaning of Rugs Costs You But Little at Phono 788 or 78!) MAY DAY SPECIALS You are hungry for flowers, and so are your friends. May Day Specials at 50 cents, Sl.OO and $2.00 each -- plants and cut flowers. Order from us. PHONE 55 KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE Wife Preservers ihristian Science textbook was the following: "The truth had been lived among men; but until they saw that t enabled their Master to triumph over the grave. His own disciples could not limit such an event to be ossible. After the resurrection, ;ven the unbelieving Thomas was ;orced to acknowledge how complete was the great proof of Truth and Love" (p. 24). SCHMIDT, KRIEGER WILL BE TRIED C h a r g e d With Receiving Stolen Property Last Year. Mark Schmidt, who with Carl Krieger was indicted early last fall on charges of receiving stolen property 'when beer stolen from trucks by four Mason City boys was found in his possession, is scheduled to go On trial Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock in district court here. County Attorney M. L. Mason and Assistant County Attorney M. E. Laird will represent the state and J. E. Williams will act as counsel for the defense. Jesse Carroll, Phil Ong, George Erwin and Roy Zahrobsky, the four boys from whom the slate alleges Schmidt bought the stolen beer, are expected to testify. Krieger, indicted on similar charges, is scheduled to be tried Wednesday. Sir Francis Seymour Haden, an English surgeon, was one of the best etchers of the nineteenth century. EVEN OLD STUBBORN CASES OF STOMACH ULCERS Are Now Finding Quick Relief in The No-Soda PRONTO Non-Irritant Once A Day Treatment The PRONTO Chemist Says:-"I can not regard an Ulcer -- e i t h e r Stomach orDuodenal --as a "disease." It is simply an EXIST- I N G C O N D I T I O N and the t r e a t m e n t should be more "mechanical" than "medical." I believe that Soda and such strong alkali treatments do far more harm than good in a great many cases. I have also noticed that Starvation Diets--so frequently recommended, weaken the patients and seem to prevent rather than aid recovery." "The PRONTO Chemist" Itnoum personally to thousands of stomach lujfcTcrs for his helpful advice. PRONTO contains NO SODA or other alkali, therefore does not irritate the most sensitive stomach. PRONTO when used in connection with our Common Sense Diet (en close din every package) will b r i n g definite and l a s t i n g relief to any uncomplicated case of Stomach or Duodenal Ulcer. The excess Acid and Gas is controlled and corrected, the tender mucous is giv- enaprotective,sooth- ing and healing covering and any intestinal bacteria is rendered impotent. h I ' K O N T O Is the logical solution to yonr problem If you huvi A N Y TENDENCY to Uli-cratlon. .Tuflt n 15 Day Treatment will hrlnj; womlorfnl c o m f o r t to an a v e r a g e criKi*. I liav sern m a n y men so I m p r o v e i OnctTrrt- ttint I hardly reeosnliwrl them. Those nrp facts--but of course you must try PRONTO for y o u r o\vn case to rfrally appreciate tt. The PRONTO CHEMIST will be at ouv Mason City store this week--until Saturday night onl.y. Come in and talk with him if you have any stomach distress. His suggestions are valuable--but no charge is made. Ford Hopkins Drug Store I WAS OMCE ALMOST TÂ«AT AS easy to take off FAT New JAD METHOD You Grow Thin on 3 Full Meals a Day Scientists have just announced a remarkable discovery which enables the fat person to grow thin at a cost so small that it hardly need be considered! Indeed, in this way you can eat 3 full meals daily and lose- comfortably -- as much as a FULL POUND EVERY DAY! All for about 14$ a week ! All You Do It's amazingly easy. You just do f.vo simple things. Get a bottle of the new Condensed JAD Salts and take a tcaspoonful in a glass of water belorc breakfast. Make two small chnnges in diet--as explained in the folder in- side the Condensed JAD package you get. That's all. You look pounds lighter from the first ilay, for the Coiuiemcd JAD Salts banishes excess moisture weight and all pufliness and bloat at once. And the system is quickly cleared of depleting poisons... Yet you never need know a hungry moment. Costs Only 2fi a Day Just ask for the new Condensed JAD Salts at any drug store. A month's supply is only 60r. You actually can follow this scientific plan for 2( a day. Don't forget: ask for the new Con- dt-nsrd JAD Salts. Begin the quick Jad Method of reducing--tomorrow morning. The Con- flcnffil JAD Salts --remember -- ij urged as a poison-banishing agent... to banish u n h e a l t h y bloating and to e l i m i n a t e body moisture --not as a reducing one.