Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 4
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1937
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ft .$· jf FOUR ,MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH IS · 1937 Here's the newest, most practical feature in refrigeration. Mt's usable, that's what you want. Fine for salads, chilled desserts. 10 ivory oven-ware pottery molds Vegetable Fresheners Speedy Freezer Food Guardian Twin Lights Sliding Shelves Large 6/4 cubic foot $5 down' $7 monthly Small Carrying Charge · Only the new MW gives you the sensational new and practical Food Froster . .. plus many other usable features. See the sliding- shelves, twin lights, 1-piece porcelain shelf and a score of other features that will thrill you. Only at Wards expect such quality and yet save at least 40%. OTHER M O D E L S P R I C E D AS LOW AS 102-4-6 South Federal Ave. :·: Telephone 86(hor 861 Will Burn Church Mortgage NORA SPRINGS M. E, CHURCH THE REV. C. D.. JAMES Pastor ·;- . DR. FRANK AV. COURT District Superintendent Nora Springs Church Opens Observance of 70th Year Victory Banquet Is Held; Special Services for Week Planned. NORA SPRINGS--Celebration of the. seventieth anniversary o£ the Nora Springs Methodist church opened Wednesday night with a victory banquet at which nearly 200 persons were present. This banquet marked the completion of paying for the new church. The main address was by the Rev. Frank \Villard Court of Waterloo, district M. E. .superintend dent of the Waterloo district. The program, also included several musical 'numb ers. The Revv O. D. James, pas't'ofof the church; acted as toastniaster. Sunday morning Dr. Frank will bring; tlie sermon and in the evening a recital will be presented on the new Hammond organ. A professional organist from Des Moines, representing the company, will play a varied program. . . . Special Services in Week. On Monday evening, the young people of the church will present a religious drama, "The Lost Church." Tuesday evening, the Rev. John DeLong, pastor of the M. E. church at Greene, will preach. Formal burning of the mortgage will take place. Wednesday evening . the men's brotherhood of the church will meet with Herman Knudson of Mason City as speaker. On Thursday evening, the candle light union service -\yill be held. The choir is arranging to present'spe- cial numbers for all of these services. For Easter Sunday morning, the local pastor, the Hev. Mr. James, will preach and in the evening, the Progressive class of the church school will give a special program of music, readings and a short Easter play. Formed in 1867 The first Methodist class ... Nora Springs was formed in 18G7 in the yard of R. J. Parmalee. Lumber was borrowed from local school authorities to serve as seats. As soon as the school bulling was completed, services were held in the structure. In 1874, the first church was erected. The congregation used this building until about 43 years ago, when a second church was erected. In 1914, under the direction o£ the pastor, the Rev. W. W. Soule an addition, greatly enlarging the church, was built. In 1933, this building was burned to the ground. Campaign Over Top. I ' The present building was dedicated .on Nov. 5, 1933. At ths time, the .structure was erectei at a cost of $16,000. The-archi tect said that construction of the church _at present rates would cost a third again as much. Among the. many groups active in promoting the campaign was the Calendar circle, which alone subscribed and paid $1,BGO for the new church. About two months ago, the campaign for clearing off the mortgage was instituted under the leadership of the present pastor and his finance committee. The campaign was so successful that not only was the. mortgage paid off, but S200 remains in the building fund to be used for further improvement'; on the building. New projects under consideration are new carpet and interior decoration. judge Beardmore to P r e s i d e at Forest City Term of Court FOREST CITY--Judge T. A. Beardmore will preside at the April term of court, starting the fifth. The following have been drawn as jurors for the term and lave been ordered to report at 10 o'clock on the morning of April 12: Albsrtine Linde, Glen Meinecke, Irene Newman, George Geannoulis, Mrs. Olga Rauk and U;: Fi'.^Nelson; {·Dolan..-.Opmbell, 1 F.loyd. Fisher,' Tillie 1 Gulh'cksoh\ Albert Friday, Harold Graham, and Gertrude Bowman of or near Forest City; John Estebo, Carl Jensen, Lloyd Frowick, Roy Doege, and Hans Bohl of Buffalo Center; Mary Horvei, Otis Storby, Herbert Moeo, Lucille Lyng, Halvor .A. BrakUe, and Byford Bolstad of Lake Mills; H. C. Haugland, Clifford Brackey, Frances Halvorson, Mrs. Emma Branstad, H. E. Hermanson and Hildreth Jefson of Leland; Mrs. C. J. Lemme, Mrs. Paul Norris · and Fred Lehman of Thompson; Jacob Olson of Scarville, Oscar Rusley of Joice and Mrs. Joe Larson of Rake. FIRE DESTROYS 2 FARM HOMES Family Routed From Bed Near Cresco; Losses Are Covered. CRESCO--Near Plymouth Rock, 12 miles northeast of Cresco, the farm home of Michael McCabe was destroyed by fire which routed most of the family out of bed although Mr. McCabe was already lip and at the barii when he discovered the blaze and called the rest of the family from slumbers. The building was a large modern farm house with an insurance of $5,000. Fire also destroyed the farm home of the Arthur P. Curtis family about noon Wednesday. This was on highway No. 139, about 5 miles northeast of Cresco. It was a large frame house built about 60 years ago. Most of the contents were saved. The loss was well covered by insurance. 2 Tickets Filed for Plymouth Election PLYMOUTH--Two parties filed for candidates for the town election, March 29. The Citizens ticket now holding office consists of Oswald Strand, mayor; Frank Barta, M. J. Mikkleson, F. A. Peshak, W. O. Frescott and R. L. Dixoh, councilmen: M. A. Hanson, treasurer and Marion Scarrow, assessor. The Peoples'- ticket is composed of G. A. Reynolds for mayor, Boyd.Hod- son, VV. J. Wurn, arid Glen Harmon for pcuncilmen. " Daughter Is Born. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Patton, 2 miles south of town, are parents,of a daughter, -.born, Monday. This is the second child in this home. , ' . ' ·' ALL STYLES.* ALL SIZES · ALL GUARANTEED DR.L, A. WELLS Take Advantage of Our Great March Sale Now 'OPTOMETRIST KITCHEN JENSEN GLARES . HOj N. FEDERAL-MASON CITYJ Flush Kidneys of Acid and Poisons Gain in Health and Stop Getting Up Nights When kidneys are clogged they become weak--the bladder is irritated--often- passage is scanty and smarts and burns--sleep is restless and nightly visits to the bathroom are frequent. The right safe harmless and inexpensive way to stop this trouble and restore healthy action to kidneys and bladder is to get from any. druggist- a 35-cent box of Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules and take as directed--you won't be disappointed. · But be sure and get GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules-the original and genuine---right from Haarlem in Holland--a grand kidney stimulant and diuretic. Remember also that other symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble are backache, leg cramps, puffy eyes, moist palms and nervousness. Stationed on. Ship. MANLY--Word from navy department states Donald Billy .Pin- la, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Pinta, has been released from naval hospital at San Diego, Cal., and is'stationed on U. S. S. New Orleans at San Pedro, Cal- now. No Pills Are Needed Wilh this wonder- fill sweet tasting, quick and easy laxative. , OLD MOHAWK TONIC is n body builder, it la icnd- ily absorbed Into the system where U begins work by aiding tho Stomach. Mver nnri In- trcltaes to perform their duties thoroughly. WUhln 12 hours it will drive poisons from your system ns black aa ink. Try it for Indigestion. Biliousness. Const!- pollon. mieuma- tism, ur nny olhcr form of r.tomach disorder. Limit 3 · " to T fiistomer. HUXTABLE DRUG CO. 11G Sontli Federal »ife«J Anywhrrr. Iflo nrr ITollTo F.XTRA OLD MOHAWK INDIAN TONIC mg was born March 21-so was This week is Earl's Birthday Week--He's giving you a Present for Your Birthday, too! VISIT HIS BIG NURSERY AND SEED STORE LOCATED AT 26 SECOND ST., N. E. FREE MY BIRTHDAY GIFT TO YOU Friends: March 21st is my birthday and because flowers are appropriate on birthdays, I am going- to give you a. packet of the new Sensation Cosmos if you will Till out this coupon and lake it to my store.--EARL E. MAY. Name Address '.. . , . ; · - ... I ; l" 1" ' "' "" J ° ' " i I was bom . ~ . . . . ~ . . . . st .-. ' " Take this coupon to my store and set your FREE -- NEW SENSATION COSMOS -- FREE THE 1936 ALL AMERICA WINtv'ER Tell your neighbors that they can get extra coupons at my store. ORANGES Large, juicy, golden Valencias, ^.f QQ Big 4-5 bu. bag ONLY* JL GRAPEFRUIT Marsh Seedless, sweet. Big 4-5 bu. bag, ONLY GARDEN SEEDS ? Plant your early garden now--over 500 .varieties of vegetables arid flowers of all kinds to select from Over $2.00 Worth for Only $1.00 A complete garden seed assortment, including your Onion Sets. The choicest and finest new crop, true-to-name, high fferminatinff seed. Costs you $2.00 less than last year! Oil Burning- Drum Type Equipped w i t h 1 carburetor float valve; Kwik KIccn burner; 8 gallon fuel tank; and hie steel canopy. I use these myself to brood my own Pedigreed White Leghorns and White Racks. EARL E. MAT ,, , . r Complete Line of Poultry Equipment, Including Fountains, Feeders. Peat Litter, Etc. Broods Healthy Happy Chicks Mayway 750 chick size Brooder; drum size 22x8 in formerly $13.95 ftl'\ /r NOW ONLY -plU.yO iWayway 1250 jlii c k s i z e Brooder; a new Super Giant Brooder--Drum size 25x8 /· In. ONLY $13.95 Poultry Fountain Made from heavy gauge galvanized iron. New perch proof top. No neelinr. DO ·jf rusting. Full 3 gallon, ONLY / i) C Metal Reel Feeders AH metal trough, 18 inches in length Fine value. ONLY 15c Potatoes CERTIFIED BLUE TAG KATAHDINS The Government Potato. The newest and best for the Farm Bell. 25 Pound Bne ONLY . $1.15 Each bag carries State Certified Blue Tasr.. Mayworlh Extra Quality Seeds Mayworth Hay and Pasture Mixture, 50% Clovers rf n i * Fcr Bushel . . . " $ 5.15 Red Clover--Home grown, extra fancy Per Bushel Farm Belt Alfalfa, extra fancy f /» n ^ Per Bushel . . . $ 1 0 . 7 5 White Blossom Sweet Clover, fancy A _ ,,_, Per Bnshe! $ 9.65 Listen to njy special farm and gardening- programs KiUA 10:00 A. M., 12:30 P. ar., 1:15 r M 7-30 P. HI., each week day--WHO 12:30-12:-15 P. HI. Monday to Saturday inclusive; WMT, KSo'l'4" 2-nn P. M. Monday to Friday Inclusive. ' a-«:oo EARL E. Phone 756 EARL E. MAY, President 26 Second St. N. E. Mason City ?r-rw«TvyiY'^"^"Tg^y "f ^ f · '"y; , ' ' ' ''·"?·'-, *'" TM*^

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