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You can have a feast this Easter at LOW COST with JOUR'S /nXEDyFLAVOR HAM To other meat is so economical-- to other ham. has been so popular during e past year other ham has such fine flavor and Â·jderness EASTER meals take on hew meaning with Fired Flavor Star Ham. Whether you have a broiled slice or a whole or half ham baked, you will taste the famous Fixed Flavor perfected by Armour and Company's exact methods of .selection, cure-and-smoke. The control of heat in the - smoking process is as accurate as your regulation of baking temperatures. You can serve Fixed Flavor Star Ham as low as lOc a meal per person if you boy a whole or half ham. Sold by dealers everywhere. Order one today and ask for a free copy of "5 ways to enjoy your Easter Armour's Fixed Flavor Star Ham." B, FKDDAY NIGHT AT 8:30 TO 9 P. M. Â· dip in red vegetable'coloring.-Witt stem of clove fasten mint leaf in top; of apple. Â· Fill; holes. in pineapple witn j :ottage cheese. and place egg on' top.'Set in lettuce and put two teaspoons mayonnaise at side. MACAKONX WITH CHEESE ' ' SAUCE Â·'. 3 cups cooked, "broken macaroni 1 cup grated cheese 1% cups thin white sauce 1 tablespoon butter Salt,and paprika . ; Put laver of macaroni in greasefl kin^ dish. Sprinkle with cheese and cover with layer of hot white FOR YOUR HEALTH DR. PIERCE'S Golden Medical Discovery AT ALL DRUG STORES HIS PILES HEALED AFTER 35 YEARS Mr. John A- Raab, Dallas City, HI., was entirely healed of Piles and other Rectal Trouble after suffering for 35 years. He urges all sufferers to write. The Thornton Minor Clinic, Suite 420, 926 McGee St., Kansas, City, Mo., for a new free copyrighted book which explains a -mild, sure treatment for hemorrhoids (piles) and all forms of rectal diseases. This treatment has restored more than 40,000 people to renewed health in the past 53 years. In writing for the book, there is no cost or obligation. .' Â» AUTO GLASS SERVICE The glass in Auto doors MUST be installed "by a specialist if it is to be free 'from strain and vibration breakage. "WE KNOW HOW" HUGHDAVEY^SON 15 S E C O N D S PHONE: 87* M A S O N Cl """V IOWA ^y.' following a major T6peratJori? r 5 ,-;,.Mrs. R. M. Reuber, 1223 Monroe jjivenue northwest, and her infant son were dismissed f rbmx Mercy .hospital Sunday. Â· ,-*Â·*'''"'"Â·' ' i ?^ \ Benny Kramer, Rockwell, who Underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Sunday. . . , ; . . . . - ,, . Â· Mrs. Fred Yahrike, Buffalo Center, was admitted to Park hospital, for examination .Sunday., W 3. L. ^Delaney, 524 Sixth s.trebl- southeast, was admitted to Par!', hospital for treatment Sunday. Lawrence .Mullin, 329fe Ninth street . northeast, was -dismissed,' from Park'hospital Sunday following a minor operation. ; ' Â· 1 ' R. W. Ashmore, 315 JD.elawa.rb avenue northeast, was dismissed from Park hospital Sunday following treatment. : Lester Hummel, Bowen, who underwent a major operation at Park hospital, wasTiis'missed Sunday. , Lawrence Weinberger, Osage was, dismissed f roni Park hospUui Sunday following a major operation. ' ' Â· . : . ; , Mrs. John Ryan, Corwith, whc underwent a major -operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissea Sunday.' . : Elmer Arneson, Emmons, Mimi. was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Saturday. Mrs. C. H. Rich, Clear Lake, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. , . Mrs. W...W. Cisna, Madrid, was admitted to Story hospital for a minor ^operation Monday. Mrs. Ray Heabrier, 15 .Jefferson avenue southwest, waa admitted to Park hospital for a minor--operation Monday. . ' ' . ; ' . ' . Lester Olson, Os^ge, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Monday. . . ' Mrs. plaf TJlen, 38 Twenty-fourth street southwest, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Monday. , ' ' ' . A. J. Boardman, Canton, S. Dak:, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Monday. He was able to leave the same day. Mrs. Milton Schmidt, 1022 Eighth street southeast, waa admitted to Park hospital for treatment Monday. ' . . " . ' ' " Billy Brown, Corwith, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Monday following treatment. James Hedrick, 312 Thirteenth street northeast, who has been at Park hospital for a major operation, was dismissed Monday. Miss 'Pearl Rohr, 551- Seventh street southeast, who has been at Park hospital for. a major operation, was dismissed Monday. Miss Gladys Dobel, Manly, was dismissed from Park Hospital Monday following treatment. Mrs. W. G. Boehnke and babj girl, Garner, were .dismissed from Park hospital Monday. A doctor says he often wonders how much sleep the average man really wants. Just another five minutes!--Passing Show. QUICK COMFORT FOR STOMACH ILLS IN DIAPEPSIN! "I sure want to tell others about my experience with .Pape's Diapepsia, says Robert Rosebush, 848 Leland Ave., Chicago, Illinois. "I tried a lot of things for indigestion, but nothing really helped until a friend persuaded me to take a few tablets of this wonderful preparation.' , ."Now I eat what I want -without any distress afterwards. Â· It used to cause rea! suffering. I am not bothered v/ith gas as I used to be; feel much stronger and better in every way." A medicine must have'real merit to brine forth enthusiastic statements like this. And -when not one, but' hundreds, even 'thousands, are telling the same story of success, there seems no reason to doubt the.day-in and day-out reliability of Pape's Diapepsra to help stomach sufferers. These harmless, candy-like tablets, which relieve the heartburn, gas, belching, headaches, nausea, dizziness, and other symptoms of indigestion or "acid-dyspepsia" so pleasantly and quickly, are swiftly becoming the world's most popular remedy for digestive ills. Millions of boxes are used yearly! All drugstores sell them or, if you prefer to try them before buying, write "Pape's Diapepsin," Wheeling, W. .Vs., and you will receive a sample box, FREE. you can now get Diapepsin ., . in the new, handy size tr carry with you at all times. Jus ask for the new pocket box. An Outfit from Head to Foot A Luxurious Easter . 4 fltf QO Richly fur trimmed A Beautiful Silk Crepe A ^J ^5 DRESS.. A Smart Easter . A*B85 U Jk *H* . w B Sm jHll A Of Straw Braid-, And Full Fashioned Silk HOSIERY Alterations Â· iÂ» time \ for Easter 75 j DOWN *iWEE KtY Special Outfit Terms WCLKS Here's Our Story for You Hi-Quality Worsted _ SUIT. M5 Â° Of Fine Tailoring SHOES All Leather . . ; HAT Of Extra Fine Felt . 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