Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 12, 1943 · Page 25
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 25

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 12, 1943
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 RECITATIONS TOO The Photographer's Flash Made Andy Forget His Lines The children had a chance to i-ecite the pieces they* ---- _.... u .. ^..i nuu u V^IIMIJVC i-v/ i^viLu me pmces mey « had learned in school, tod. Here are Andy and Sara Os- Diercks waia, reciting in unison. That is, it was in unison until a P'ano t ' ' tions , . , sn un the photographer's flash exploded right in Andy's face Peekin into t - Peeking into the picture, at the* left, is Roger Diercks. In the living room beyond, almost out of camera. focus, are Mrs. Axel Anderson and Mrs. Stevens. Nearer the TM.. CI c,, listening intently with her profile toward the camera is Mrs. Leigh Cui-ran. Nearer yet, Allan Dean is sitting on the lap of his mother, Mrs. -Earl Dean. At the right is Arthur Stevens. ' The program started with the president, R. C. Schurtz, asking .for the roll call by the secretary, Richard Dean, roll call to be answered by relating a Christmas experience. Earl Dean recalled that one Christmas the Dean family had decided to give Mrs. "Dean a vacation and eat dinner in town. It was a swell idea until Christmas morning dawned not bright and clear but with a raging snowstorm. The family stayed home atld, Earl claimed, ate cheese and crackers. Mrs. Leo Oswald had an even course). The family budget being slim, she recalled, they decided to buy a live goose and dress it themselves. First ot all she worked until 10 o'clock the night before Christmas picking the goose and got feathers all over the house. The next morning in daylight, unfortunately, t h e goose didn't look so good. So she tried to singe it. That was all right," too, until the goose began to bake--and the pin feathers started popping out. "And when we got the bill for the goose, it was $1-05. We could have bought one dressed for $1." After the roll call, Delmar CENTER OF FUR FASHION IN NORTHERN IOWA OUR JANUARY SALE OF FURS IS NOW ON! Come, See and Profit by the Savings . . . It's Smart to Buy a Fur Coat Now! OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT (· Marshall S\\)ift 1^, I CLP\M-_I;S t'l. C.P.IEC.S J C L P \ s r i ; s L X ", N T ' ] piano solo by Gerald Dean; the i recitatio Diercks and Gerald Dean played,, ,, ,,,, _,,, ,,,,,. duet, there were recita- [ recitation by Andy and Sara; a f Sara Oswald, R o g e r , piano solo by Delmar Diercks- and Dona Schurtz; a i a reading by Mrs. Curran and finally a solo by Amy Lou Haight. (Wish she had sung at least one more; she has a beautiful contralto \'oice. "Biddy" Can Her Country! --with the Aid . of . Low-Cost Electricity: For providing Vitamin D . . . For lighting the hen house For warming drinking water For brooding baby chicks . . . Re member -- turn, in all cooking grease, tin cans. scrap metal and rubber to help assure Victory! Biddy is willing to do her part in answer to Uncle Sam's request for more food in 19«! All she needs is some help during these cold, dark winter months. That help can be given easily and economically when electricily is used to operate ultra-violet lamps in the hen house, water warmers and brooders. Farmers everywhere have found economical ultra-violet lamps placed over the feeding floor or water trough provide plenty of vitamin D--improve the condition of their birds--and actually increase egg production. All this at amazingly small cost nnd with little or no additional work. That's just one example of how electricily can help you save time and effort--step up production for our war effort--and increase your profits. So, it you .ire.not using electricity to the best advantage, it will pay you to-start doing so now. Stop at P. G. E. for complete information regarding equipment stilt available. There's no obligation. PEOPLES' GAS · ELECTRIC COMPANY Servine North Central Iowa's Cities, Towns and Farms

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