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

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 29, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH '29, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE IETY Lumberjack Party Held by Nine-teen Club at Pauleys Members of the Nine-teen club attended the "grand opening o£ Paul Bunyan's cookhouse" Wednesday morning when they were entertained at a breakfast given by Charlene Horn and Ruth Pauley at the Ray E. Pauley residence, 83 River Heights drive. The lumberjack theme was carried out in the decorations and refreshments as well as in directions to guests. The guests who came dressed as lumberjacks were Marv Bur- rels. Mildred Ludloxv, Jane'Sattei-, Jean Baurngartner, Jean Hilton and Ruth Jones. CARD PARTY HELD BV DAUGHTERS Daughters o[ Union Veterans sponsored a card party Tuesday evening in the P. G. E. audi- FLOWERS At the GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL Furnished By KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE nil in O l l i c n l^O-i So. fed. I-hone 33 Dovvnloivn S h o p 7 IV. Slalc P h o n e -JIG torium and bridge and 500 were played. High score bridge prizes went to Mrs. Walter Hyde and Willis Betniss, and low to Mrs. C. Hudson and Fred Wilson. In 500, Mrs. Mary Thompson and Frank Coffin won high prizes and Mrs. Jennie Frietag and J. Siewertsen, low. The council was in charge. Miss Winnie Lyke Weds Ronald McGill Home Ceremony Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Abel, 801 Adams avenue northwest, are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday morning at the Mercy hospital. She is their third child, but their first daughter. " 1; ft Miss Barbara dough, a student at the University of Minnesota, has arrived home from Minneapolis to spend the spring vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Clough, 213 Tenth street northwest. * it » ·:; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beach o£ Ripon, IVis,, formerly of Mason City, are visiting at the home o£ Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith, 740 Birch drive. * C O Miss Jean Lawson, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lawson, 1030 West State street, is spending her spring vacation from the University of Minnesota with her parents. tf * O Miss Ruth Ann Irons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Irons, 718 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, has been initiated into Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at the University of Iowa where she is a student. SPECIAL LOW PRICES on Wrist Watches For (he Graduate FOR THE GIRL Regular $20.95 Value $17.75 FOR THE BOY Regular $16.95 Value $14.75 M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Foresters Bldg. at Mr. and Mrs. Floren Lyke, west of Plymouth, announce the mar- ·iage ol (heir daughter, Winnie, to Ronald McGill, son of Mrs. Anna McGill, which took place March 26 at the Lyke home. "I Love You Truly" and the "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" performed by Phyllis and Pauline Scarrow preceded the ceremony which was read at 3 o'clock in the afternoon by the Rev. William Galbreth, associate pastor of the First Methodist church of Mason City, in the presence of immediate relatives. The bride wore a sheer white gown and carried gardenias. Miss Annabelle Lyke, maid of honor, wore an aqua blue taffeta gown and a gardenia coreage. Loren Kreider acteci as Mr. McGill's best man. Forest City Legion, Auxiliary in Joint Meeting; 25 Attend FOREST CIT.Y -- The Forest City American Legion and Auxiliary held a joint meeting at the Legion hall Mondav evening. There \yere 25 in attendance. The finance committee reported a fund of §21 to be added to the building fund. This sum was made by sponsoring the show "Boy Trouble." Prizes are to be offered again this year, to students of the public school for the best poppy posters. There will be three class groups with three prizes in each group. The Forest City Legion post plan to send two boys to "Boys State" this year and the Rotary club also plans to send one boy. The boys chosen were Bob Roberts, Duane Rassmusen, and Roger Peterson. At the close of the business meeting lunch was served by the following hostesses: Murie and Le- noni Hauge and Ethel Bartleson. STOP in and See Our New SPRING SHOWING WALLPAPER Boomhower HARDWARE Weatherman's Postscript No, no--these are not pussy willows Miss Winifred Storer, 720 Xorth Federal avenue, has on her coat. They are snowflakes--some of Hie beauties intended for Mason City last winter that were sent to the \vrone address and the arrival here delayed. Now what suggested this postoffice angle anyhow? (Lock photo, Kaycnay engraving.) Farm Security Office Force Is Enlarged During recent months the program ot the farm security administration in the Mason City district has been considerably enlarged and the applications for rehabilitation lojins have increased. Commenting on these ·increased activities, G. L. Gunner.son. county supervisor, announced the appointment uf Miss Daisy M. Kimberly and John Kraemer to the positions of home management supervisor and assisUin.t supervisor. Miss Kimberly, who will be employed at the F. S. A. office -in Mason City, completed her bachelor o£ science course in home economics at Iowa State college in December, 1938. She will divide her time equally between rhe districts served by the Mason City and Hampton offices. Mr. Kraemer received the bachelor of science in agriculture at Iowa State college also in December. He has been assisting at the West Union rehabilitation office until his transfer to the Maion City office Free! Mason City Globe-Gazette u 1 DID YOU HEAR WHAT SHE SAID?.. THE NEW 1940 RINSO CONTAINS A WONDERFUL 0 SUDS-BOOSTER'- AT NO EXTRA COST TO US. I'M RUSHING HOME TO TRY IT! ME,TOO... AND DID YOU SEE HOW SNOWY ) WHITE THE NEW 1940 RINSO / WASHES CLOTHES. YET SHE OION'T ) EVEN TOUCH A WASH BOARD \'j--' I'VE ALREADY TRIED THE NEW 1940 RINSO. I NEVER SAW A SOAP THAT SOAKED OUT DIRT FASTER THAN [fPl R1MSO DOES '^i.~"v3SC% V^ ia^JSEse 1 * ~^s WASN'T IT A GRAND LECTURE! I'M SO GLAD I LEARNED HOW MUCH MORE SUDS THE NEW 1940 RINSO GIVES EVEN IN HARDEST WATER «.J Don't miss the Mason City Globe-Gazette cooking school demonstration Y OU arc cordially invited to attend the home-making lecture beinggivcn today --absolutely FREE. Come and discover how to make yourjiouschold casts casict... how to save money. Among other things you'll find out about the New 1940 Rinso that has been made available to you a year ahead of tim.c.,.witha wonderful new "suds-booster" r:o cxira ml a yeuf You'll discover how much more suds the New 1940 Rinso gives--even in hatdest water. How dazzling white it gets clothes from tub snd machine . . . how bright it keeps washiblc colors. Don't miss this grand free lectutc. Discover how to save timc,wotkand money all through the house. Corac catly for best sc*ts- ANN KINGSLEY of the National Livestock and Meat Board, Says: "ThcneWsuds-boosccr'iddedtoRic . _ , »_-.., T W ^ I V L *uutu lUi\(H5O mik« icgii-cfir richer syds in hardest These thick, longer-lasting suds w h i t e and keep get clothes snowy w washable colors bright. The. New 1940 Rinso chases grease from dishes, yet is kind as ever to hinds, and is more economical than ever. I suggest it toe all household clcaninc." THE RINSO YOUR GROCER NOW HAS IS THE NEW 1940 RINSO .^-T^C -. -- -:;.;. \.'::. SAME BOX... BUT, OH! WHAT ",V'- y V' A DIFFERENCE IN THE SUDS. S. R. O. Because ol the seating capacity of the high school auditorium and to save homemakers who wish lo attend the cooking school any inconvenience, an- npuncement will be made ovnr KGLO between 1 and 1:15 o'clock on Thursday as to hou' many seats are available and notices will be posted at the entrances to the high school when all the seals are filled so that those who arrive too late will not have, to climb the stairs to the auditorium. EFFORT MADE TO HASTEN TRIAL Questioning Leads Too Far Afield, Judge Cautions Counsel F. 'A. Ontjes' questioning o£ a /ilness was twice interrupted by udge Henry N. Graven during the trial of the Ontjes-McNider rial in district court Wednesday vhen the judge indicated the questioning: was getting too far field. Mr. Ontjes, counsel for the laimants, was interrogating Peter Anderson, secretary of the North- vestern States Portland Cement :ompany. concerning an item o£ i22 charged to C, H. McNider on he company's books Jan. 3, 1916. attempting to establish that the tern was lor revenue stamps used )y Mr. McNider personally. "I don't know," answered Mr. Anderson. When Mr. Ontjes suggested that oe consult the records, Judge Graven interposed: "Assume they vere revenue-stamps attached to lis stock--how much furthei would we be along in this lawsuit?" The attorney discontinued tba ine of questioning but then attempted to show tiiat the item together with another one never was paid but the account clearet hrough a transfer to another. The witness again pleaded ignorance and when Mr. Ontjes insisted on an answer the judge again spoke: "Your question was FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily Lenre nDevotional By DR. GAIUSG. ATKINS Life the Great Healer To give unto them beauty fo ashes . . . the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness. Rcac Isaiah 61:1-4. Translators do not agree abou this third verse. Moffatt--bein Scotch--says "coronals for core nachs"--doxologies, so to speak for dirges. But as our spring-born world begins---a little, and slowl. --to put on its garment o£ beauty the old translation seems best-"beauty for ashes." Winter snows only hide the as piles; the alchemy of vernal lif changes ashes into blossoms am dead leaves into the misted greei o£ the tree tops. Life is always lik that, it is the great healer- Be neath its ministries sorrows los their edge, new wisdoms correc old follies, new gains make up fo old losses. The ashes of what ha perished quicken newer growth So much they learn who, seekin the true means of life, go bravel 011. The theologians have a riam for tiiis: They call it the Grace o God. Even the violet blossoms ou of it; how much more the harvest of the spirit. Prayer: Most gracious God, w Thy children who have so muc occasion for lament and so muc need of a braver music, than Thee for the 'transforming powe of life itself. Help us by Thy Grac so to live that, being changed b the renewance of our faith an the completeness of our obedienc to Thy ways, we may ever hav beauty for ashes. Amen. 13 Attend Meeting at Dougherty for Home Project Club DOUGHERTY--Thirteen men bers were present Tuesday at th last meeting of the Home Projet club at Ihe home of the leade Mrs. Leonard Knoop. The lesso was on "Modern Trends in Brea Making." The dinner was pre pared by members ol the club Mrs. Knoop was chosen leader to the coming year. Investiture Held by Boy Scout Troop Troop 21 of the First Congre gational church at its regula troop meeting Monday night, con ducted an investiture cercmon using Ihe candlelight double cii fie form in which 15 scouts pai ticipatcd. Each of the three poin of the scout oath and 12 points o the scout law was represented b ;i scout. W. H. Erickson, scout master, personally conducted th candidates through this service. The following boys were ir vested: Jack Makeever, Robe. Page, Wesley Kline, Harry Rozer Fred Way and Robert MacGrego William Peterson, troop com mittee chairman, presented th scout certificates and tenderfoo badges while Mrs. Harry Makeeve presented the tenderfoot badg and Harry Makeever presente the certificate to their son, Jack. A number of visitors were pres ent. - *· Stanford Widens Research SAN FRANCISCO, U.E--As result of a gift by Mrs. Louis Ster of Palo Alto, Stanford Universit will devote a three-story labors tory exclusively to research wor m a half dozen fields that are ; present the most baffling to medi cal science. These include cance neurology, infantile p a r a 1 y s i. childhood tuberculosis and Sa Joaquin Valley fever. etused. I don't think the time of he court should be taken with an tern of $42 which is 23 years old." Mr. Ontjes proceeded to another ubject. The trial now is in its ninth veek and the plaintiffs' testimony s not yet completed. VIrs.MaryE.EKvell Services Held, Burial at Wesley Cemetery Funeral services for Mary Elizabeth Elwell, 73, who died at her icrne, 321 Fifth street southwest Monday morning following a long illness, were held at the Major- Randall funera! home Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, was in charge of services. Mrs. C. E. Gilman sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Above the Bright Blue." She was accompanied by Mrs. Roy Servison at the organ. Attending the rites from out of the city were Maude L. Showalter, Santa Monica, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Orville R. Taylor and two daugh- ters, Elmhurst, 111.; Mr. and Mrs, Bert Casselman and Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Johnson, Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr. and Mr.=. Henry Bruns, Austin, Minn.; Mrs. Christine Noble, Miss Gladys Noble and Merrit !oble, Marquettc; and Mrs. Al Juirge, Proctor, Minn. Relatives acted as pallbearers. Burial was at Wesley ceme- ery. If Your Child Is Suffering WITH a COLD Do what 3 out of 5 mothers do ... Use Vicks VapoRub, as directed, anil let its amazingly helpful POULTICE-VAPOR ACTION relieve misery and discomfort. VICKS VAPORUB Federal Movie Protected BOZEMAN, Mont., (U.PJ--The ;overnment-sponsored film, "The Plow That Broke the Plains," is jiving the government an idea how it feels to be censored. The Chamber of Commerce has asked .ts withdrawal on the grounds that it "presents an unfair and unattractive picture of the eastern half of Montana and other pails of the Great Plains area." SPECIAL! STANDARD MACHIN 7 ELESS Permanents $10.00 Value $200 Shampoo loc Finger wave 20c Haircut 20e La' James College of Beauty Culture 14,£ 1st St. N. W. H OW A B R Efl D TAKES PART IN THE Miss Ann Kingsley , Tells About Vitamin "D" Bread ot the Globe-Gaxettc Cooking School This Week Investigators advise us lliat the right diet, together with a b u n d a n t Vitamin D, helps in protecting our le«th from decay. Bread-- highly nutritious, economical, and generally popular--plays a part in th« well-balanced diet. To hrfp meet your need for the 4th D--Vitamin D, in' the otherwise well-balanced diet--we hare added this essential clement to bread. In each pound ot our Vitamin D Bread arc 240 U.S.P. units of Vitamin D, obtained by a process developed m the laboratories of Columbia University. Samples are amaycd regularly to insure uniform potency. Your whole family will like this delicious loaf. Serrc it freely al meals--and in any of the variety of waj-ji in which bread may be prepared. jSeilhcr toasting nor cooking will destroy ihc Vitamin I). Everyone Jikes bread, and now you have a new, im~ porlant reason for eating all the Vitamin D Bread you want. Make the 4-l P\ a: , for Belter Teeth the plan for your whole family. Follow the 4-D rules faithfully. And start today lo give Vitamin D Bread a regular! place on the table--at meals and between meale. ... IS BETTER BREAD A DELICIOUS WHOLESOME LOAF pl us VITAMIN D

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