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March 27, 1939

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

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MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1939 SOCIETY EVENTS MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Dinner Party Held to Observe Birthday of W.W.Wilkinson t ; ' 0 Olives gathered at the home of Senator and Mrs. Earl Dean Sunday for dinner hon- ormg W. W. Wilkinson on his % seventy-fifth birthday. Cues s H p t , rs " ^°» and Betty and Bobby Church, Mr. and ^5 H. E. Wilkinson and son, , J , aC ,^?; De Wi »: Mr. arid Mrs. R! T i «',"n° n C 3 TM 11116 . Jerome and John Wilkinson, Rock Falls Mr and Mrs. Leonard Bliem, Rock Balls; Mr. and Mrs. J. C Bitter!?'!?' 5 1 "- S nd Mrs - L - s - Pickford j » daughter - Theo M a«e, Mr. and Mrs. R. B . Pickford, Arthur He-Word, all of Mason City; Mrs. Ella Pickford of Madison, Wis.: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bitterman and children, Jean and Janet, Nora ot Bits About 'Em Miss Alice Ann Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Moore, 671 i-ast State street, was chairman of refreshments for the freshmau d ,?"i? e given at Wesley college, Wellesley, Mass., Saturday night! This was the first freshman dance in the history of the college. Miss Moore was escorted to the dance by George Schmidt of the University of Maine. a * * Miss Elizabeth Scheibe, daugh- i? °M ?I fu and Mrs ' A - H - Scheibe, 313 Ninth street northwest was one of the participants in the Cecelian golden jubilee concent at Iowa State Teachers college where she is a senior. The Cecilians present an anniversary concert ?£ ch ..y? ar and this year marked the fiftieth year of the organization. * =? ^ Mr. and Mrs. R. \v. Stenby of Llmton were weewkend guests at tne J. J. Hanschu home, 306 Louisiana a -enue southeast, and were accompanied home by Phyllis Hanschu who will spend two weeks with them. Mrs. Sadie Hager of Glendale, Cal., left Sunday for Kansas City where she will spend a month before going to her home in California. She has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fatland, 10 Jefferson avenue south- d n TM - ' c o w a n , 409 Thirteenth street southeast had as their weekend guests the Misses Keith Hill and Mabel Thor- vildson of Meservey a * . «." Mrs. Knudt Trustem and daughter, Gladys, and Miss Hachel Hougo were over night -guests at tne J. J. Hanschu home, 306 i-ouisiana avenue southeast. Miss Irustem and Miss Hougo attended MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT OSAGE OSAGE-- Licenses have been ·issed here to Franklin Edward « ^ I-' a " d Lol ' etta Gumming, 22, Austin, Minn.; Donald Christo" 5 TM-' 21 and Lenora Lindgren, 19, Minneapolis, Minn. IS 86 YEARS OLD CARPENTER-- Mrs. Betsy Gil- berteon was honored on her 86th birthday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Dreher. EXPERT . .. Watch and Jewelry Repairing -- at Low Prices. All work Guaranteed. Prompt Service. M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Foresters Bldg, Use Pencil Stripes Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day 34, 3 extra"" ' for Olis P atiei '"- Spring Fashion magazine 10 cents 0 ^ pattern WATERLOO PAIR SPEAK MARRIAGE VOWS AT SERVICE Marriage vows were exchanged Sunday morning between Lester W. Brewer and Ruthe N. Dooley, both of Waterloo, at the parsonage of First Methodist church, Dr. C. E. Flynn conducting the single ring-, service, with Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Nicol of Mason City acting as witnesses. The ceremony was performed in the presence of the parents ol both bride and bridegroom, the brother- in-law and sister and brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served in the Amber room of the Jefferson bus depot. The bride and the bridegroom will make their future home in Waterloo. CHRISTIANS-RIETEMA WEDSING ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rietema of Kanawha. announce the marriage of their daughter, Minnie, to Edward Christians, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Christians of Kanawha, which took place Feb. 22 at the Wright Christ Christian Reformed church with the Rev. J. M. Voortman ofieiating. The couple has returned from a wedding trip to Chicago and is at home on a farm seven miles south of Kanawha. PHONE 248 .12 2nd N. £ "Where a D o !l»i Docs Hi Duly WALLPAPER "HEADACHE GREETED ME ALMOST EVERY DAY," SAYS ELY LADY But Johnson Co. Resident Asserts She Hasn't Had One for Weeks Now--Also Credits Nates With Other Grand Benefits. '·When a medicine does what Natex did for me, the very least you can do is recommend it publicly so that others may win relief too,"' says Mrs. Frank -Koutny, Ely, Johnson Co. "Since an operation about 2 years ago, I'd become a victim o£ constipation and began to feel bad every single day. It seemed that every day that I got out of bed I'd be greeted by a headache that hung on like a bulldog. My nerves were .alxvays on edge, too, and there was often an ache in my* back that made my housework almost torture. Why, I couldn't even eat a meal without suffering with indigestion and bad gas pains afterwards. Sometimes, in fact, I'd ·r get cramps and lose the meal en' tirely. '·Then I saw a statement just like this one and decided that surely Natex could help me too. And that's one time that I didnTt miss my guess! "Though the wonderfully quick : relief it brought from constipation : was alone worth many times the , small cost of the medicine, it was j only the start of my benefits. I { haven't had a headache for sever" ai weeks, and I've only taken Mrs. Frank Koutny Natex one month so far! I'm eating just anything that strikes my fancy, too. since I know I won't bo distressed in the slightest afterwards. Neither do I have to put up with those old backaches or spells of nervousness anymore. Surely I'm in a position to recommend Natex to everyone." Natex is sold by most all leading druggists everywhere and is being especially featured here by the Engler Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave. MOO REWARD SUVTM^- \i\I th»t we crer knoninzlj- or wllllnirir used a testimonUl that ttts not bonifidr »nd tns« in »Ttrr rt*ptcU H elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE lUincemeat in a New Role (Stuffed Into Pears and Baked) · Fish In Dinner Menu Crab Cocktail Toasted Wafers Salmon Cakes Savory Cream Sauce Buttered Broccoli Jellied Piquant Salad Bread Strawberry Jam Mincemeat-Stuffed Pears Coffee Salmon Cakes 1 cup salmon 1 cup soft bread crumbs 1 tablespoon minced paisley 2 egg yolks, beaten 2 tablespoons butter, melted Vi teaspoon salt Vs teaspoon celery salt Va teaspoon paprika V- cup hot milk Mix ingredients. Fill buttered individual baking dishes or muffin pans and bake for 25 minutes in a moderate oven. Unmbld carefully and surround with a savory cream sauce. Jellied Piquant Salad 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin mixture Hi cups boiling water 3 tablespoons chili sauce 1 tablespoon horseradish. Vs teaspoon salt Is teaspoon granulated sugar 1-3 cup diced celery Dissolve gelatin in water. Cool and let thicken slightly. Pour in rest of ingredients and mold until stiff. Unmold on lettuce and top ·with salad dressing. Mincemeat-Stuffed Pears 6 halves pears '·k cup mincemeat '.i teaspoon salt 1-3 teaspoon cinnamon 1-3 cup brown sugar 1-3 cup boiling water 2 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons butter Stuff pears with mincemeat. Arrange in small, buttered baking dish. Add rest of ingredients and bake for 30 minutes in a moderate oven. Baste several times. Serve warm or cold. , For a zippy flavor for grapefruit halves, dissolve twelve mint candies in two tablespoons of iuicc squeezed from the grapefruit Serve on top halves of grapefruit for appetizer course. "Story H Gathers at Titonka TITONKA-The "Story Hour t-iub meeting was held on Saturday afternoon at the schoolhouse, and was well attended by children of pre-school age It is sponsored by the local u n m a n s club, and members of that organization. Mrs. J. Bleich. and Mrs. L. G. Gartner are in charge of the proj- CO.VCERT°IS GIVEV HANLONTOWN _ A musical program was given March 24 at 8 p. m. at the Hanlontown school auditorium by the high school department The school will enter the contest to be held in Clear Lake next week. PLAN APRIL I SALE CARPENTER--Carpenter will hold its annual street sale Saturday, April I. GERRO GORDO TO PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL DRIVE Tuberculosis Group Makes Plans for Luncheon on April 3 The Ceri-o Gordo County Tuberculosis association w i l l be among the Iowa groups to participate in the nationwide educational campaign to uncover cases of tuberculosis in. the early stages. The campaign, twelfth in an annual series, will be inaugurated in Iowa with a broadcast from radio station WOI at 12:25 to 12:40 on Monday, April 3. The Cerro Gordo county meeting will be held at that time at the Eadmar hotel. The broadcast will be directed particularly to groups o£ community leaders who will be in attendance at luncheon meetings sponsored by local tuberculosis associations. Plans for carrying on the campaign during the montli tt'il! be laid at these luncheons. The 1939 campaign, the. Iowa Tuberculosis association states, invites leaders of young people, heads of community organizations of all types, and leaders in industry, to co-operate in bringing to light the hidden, symptom less cases of tuberculosis which if not discovered constitute a menace to the community as a whole. "To find these cases," the association points out, "a search among outwardly healthy persons is necessary. The tuberculin test is recommended to discover whether tuberculosis infection is present in an individual A positive test indicates the existence of tubercu- lous infection, the extent and condition of which must then be ascertained by x-ray. Through these and related procedures, disease may be discovered before the appearance of signs and symptoms." The campaign will employ motion pictures, talUs, exhibits, posters and pamphlets. Funds from the annual sale of tuberculosis Christmas Seals finance costs. Dr. Ralph E. Smiley, Mason City, is chairman for the campaign in Cerro Gordo county. Reserve Officers Plan Stag Party on Thursday Evening A reserve officers stag partv will be held in ttie Forty and Eight club rooms Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The meeting is being sponsored jointly by the Cedar Valley chapter, which has its headquarters in Charles City, and the North Iowa chapter. Lieut Vern Mott, head of the North Iowa chapter, and Maj. William G. Keehn, Charles City, head of the Cedar Valley organization, will be in charge of arrangements. The meeting is open to all reserve officers in this section. Gila Monster Bites Boy CASTRO VALLEY, Cal.. (U.P.)-- Jackie Howell, 12, looked down between two rocks and saw what to all appearances was a woman's purse. He reached down to pick up the "purse" and it bit him. It developed that it was a Gila monster, 19 inches long, one of the largest of its kind. However, the purse idea still persisted, and after killing the monster with stones, he skinned it and took the pelt home to have a purse made for his mother. WIFE PRESERVERS Keep the center of the living room free from furniture. This makes for easy conversation across the room. GET YOUR EASTER PERMANENT EARLY! Duart Waves S1.95 up Machlneless Waves ...$3.75 up Soft Water Shampoo, Fing-er- wave. Rinse and Neckclip . .50c No Waiting . , . Four efficient operators at your service, jjlary V. Summers wishes her mends and customers lo know that she will be employed here Fridays and Saturdays. Operators -- Wilma Reincrtson Dorothy WlncheJ, Helen Swehlal Mary V. Summers, Mynnle Brunei-, Prop. YOUR BEAUTY SHOPPE PHONE 267 5Ji South Federal Upstairs Over Enslcr's FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily Lente nDevotional By DR. GAIUS G. ATKINS THE MINISTRY OF PAIN ". . . think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you . . ." Read I Peter 4:8-13. Suffering and sorrow have many roots. They grow out of ignorance and sin and weakness; they are the other side of our capacities for happiness. The harp strings of our being could never make the music of gladness were they not also responsive to the touch of pain, any kind of pain But, seen clearly through its shadows, pain is also love's instrument, the servant of a divine kindness. It stabs us awake to danger, it compels remedial measures, it evokes the noblest qualities of the soul. The power of the soul to endure, pity, sympathy, courage and love attend it as a shining train. All pain has redemption at the heart of it. A poet once asked God to take away pain and heard His answer: "Shall I taks away love that redeems with a price And smiles with its loss? Can ye spare from your lives riJ ha X w - ould clin e unto "" The Christ on His cross?" Prayer: Lord of the Searching Touch, reveal the ministry o£ Th? love to all who suffer, even in their pain. Bless all doctors and nm i Se ?L Guide the searchers who seek the secret of our pains and strive to heal them. Give us courage to bear the sufferings we cannot cure Keep us from complaint and rebellion, and by Thy grace may we win from pain some new purity of soul. Amen. Forest Cityan Buys Business at Cresco CRESCO-The West side Machine shop, formerly owned and occupied by the late A. L. Ohm- acht» has been sold to F. M Bastian of Forest City who look possession Saturday. Gilbert Askc also from the same place, will be associated with Mr. Bastian in the business. SAYS GROSS IS KEY TO HEAVEN Dr. Helfenstein Speaks on "Accepting Christ's Challenge" "Jesus showed the world that the key to unlock heaven was a Cross," said Dr. Hoy C. Helfenstein at the morning service of the First Congregational church Sunday. The minister spoke on "Accepting Christ's Challenge" and used as his text, "If any man will come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily " Luke 0:23, "And wh'osoever doth not bear his cross and come after me cannot be my disciple." Christ's religion is a religion of Joy, of Power, and of Peace because the Cross makes available to every individual the divine resources, giving one access to the very heart and mind of God. The Cross of' Calvary shines with eternal splendor, lighting the way of life for all mankind. Never Been Same "The world has never been the same as it was before that eventful day when outside the city walls of Jerusalem, Jesus Christ bore literally 'that cross' as a symbol of the crosses lie had earned all through h;s life and of the crosses that his disciples would need to carry if they would come after him. "The Christian way is not an easy way. It is the hard way, the way that appeals to men and women of courageous soul. Jesus wanted people to understand that his way o£ life had crosses all along the way, but that only by the way of the cross can men and women become acquainted with their best self; only by the way of the cross can man find God; only by the way of the cross can the world be saved. And so, he flung out his challenge to all heroic souls, 'If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross and follow me. And whosoever doth not bear his cross and come after me, cannot be my disciple.' Way Leads Home "The way of the cross leads home and the way of the cross leads to strength of personality and true satisfaction in life; the way of the cross leads to understanding between individuals, and to peace between nations. Let every member of a home' take up his cross and follow Christ, and how different some homes would be! "Let every citizen take up his cross and follow Christ and what progress society would experience! Let the nations of the world take up their cross and follow Christ and wars and rumors of wars would speedily tease. Nothing but the cross can save our lives and the life of the world. It's either 'a cross or catastrophe.'" Hold Baseball Meeting at New Haven Tuesday The third of a series of sub-district Legion stag parties will be held at New Haven Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock, P. C. Patrick, fourth district commander announces. The meeting has been called to outline plans for junior baseball and will be in charge of Ralph Phelps, Manchester, fourth district junior baseball chairman Gordon Beck, state baseball director, is also expected to-be present. The meeting, originally scheduled at Osagc, was transferred to the hall at New Haven, east of Osage, in order to accommodate expected attendance. Premier Lyons Ties Record CANBERRA, Australia, (U.»-- Prime Minister J. A. Lyons has equaled former Prime Miinister W. M. Hughes' record of remaining in office seven consecutive times. If Lyons is still at the head of the government on April 22, he will have set a new record, with eight consecutive terms. Let Us Help You Look Your Best on EASTER SUNDAY- · Clothes will stay in style and retain their-trimness surprisingly long if frequently and properly cleaned. The s m a r t e s t sprinq ensemble loses its charm unless it is perfectly cleaned and finished. Phone 788 - For Prompt Service - Have Your Spring Cleaning Done Early Srep into the Easter Parade in one of our smart, chubby Fur Jackets! CLEANERS FURRIERS Have your curtains, drapes and rags refreshed before Easter! .

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