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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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APRIL 2 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZErfE WORLD'S GRAIN MEETING ENDED Concrete Plan for Dealing With Surplus Left to v 'Next Year. ROME, April 2. UP)--The world grain conference ended today without having arrived at any concrete plan for dealing with the world surplus stocks of wheat. · . The conference, \vhlch agreed to meet again next year, however, left a. series of recommendations for international collaboration in producing, selling and buying wheat. ' The delegates of the larger non- European wheat exporting companies, however, agreed to hold a conference of their own at London April 18. There should be a dandy opening some 25 or 30 years hence for an enterprising group of young writers to go to work rebunking history.-Detroit News. 49 CANNED FOODS CONTAIN VITAMINS A BELATED RENDEZVOUS JIRS B. I. BRIGHT TO PRESENT PUPILS. Mrs. B. I. Bright will present 23 of her piano pupils in a recital to lie held at her studio late in April. _*-- \ NEIGHBORHOOD 6 CLUB HAS PARTY Members of the Neighborhood S club met Tuesday 'evening at the home of Mrs. R. E. Curtis, 817 Harrison avenue northwest, for an April Fool party. There was a treasure hunt Which Mrs. Donald VVllklna and Mrs. Everett Driscoll arranged. ; .;, . MRS R. J. DODGE HOSTESS AT PARTS Mrs. R. J. Dodge of the Eadmar hotel entertained eight children and their mothers' at a party in honor of her daughter, Dorothy Rae, who was Celebrating her fourth birthday. Refreshments were served. The children spent the afternoon playing games and their mothers, bridge. IE A Sir IE MfANS fLOWl\S .. , Open Evenings Flower Phone 3782 W HEN frtends call on you .this ;,Easter, they should r.-j be {rreetedfby the fragrant"love- '*'. liness of flowers. For flowers, more than anything: else, proclaim Easter, and signify your observance of that most delightful holiday. SANDY'S FLOWERS 16 FIRST ST. S. E. S T U N N I N G "Dorris-Dell" EASTER "SHOES" At PANORS Of Course NEW TIES NEW. PUMPS NEW STRAPS BLACK and WHITE WILLOW and BIECE TAN and SEA SAND BROWN and WHITE 106 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. Science Establishes Can Opener in Household INDIANAPOLIS, April 2. UP)-- orty-nlne different canned foods ·ere reported to the American hemical society today SB supplying cientifically adequate amounts of Itamins A, B, C and G. If this year's June brides will see hat the new head of the house gets ut in the sunshine, they may safely eed him from cans so far as vita- iins are concerned. Sunshine gives itamin D (on cloudy days feed cod ver oil for D). · The other vitamins, says the re- ort, are in the 59 cans "In adequate mounts." The report is niado by rof. W. H. Eddy of teachers college f Columbia university, E. F. Kohan of the National Canners asso- iatloh and Cella Fall Gurin. The canned menu might get by honeymoon eathetically, too. Here ; is: Cannad milk, (every day.) Choice of nine meats: Roast beef, orned beef, tongue, potted meat, hicken, lamb stew, corned beef ash, sausage and veal loaf. Choice of 16 vegetables includes: pinach, peas, string beans, toma- oes, tomato juice, wax beans, baked eans, beets, corn, lira'a beans, sweet otatoes, hominy, carrots, okra, tur- ip greens and brussels sprouts. Fruits are: Prunes, peaches, apri- ots, cherries, pineapple, and apple auce, and desert, canned plum pud- Ing. Also, canned brDwn bread, paghetti, chicken-a-la-king and lixed vegetables are included. The tests were made on rats and ulnea pigs. The rat experiments asted the equivalent of about 25 ·ears of human life, which is on« year for a rat, said Professor Edciy. This period carried the rodents thru hrae generations without ill effects m the young. The guinea pigs safely assed three generations. All the mimata averaged better weight han those, fed on a stock diet pre- umably balanced in uncanned vitamins. '. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Planning Easter Meats Breakfast Sliced Oranges and Grapefruit Cooked Cereal and Cream Ham Omelet Waffles Coffee Dinner Baked Chicken Buttered New Potatoes Giblet Gravy Buttered Green. Beans . B i s c u i t . . . - - . - . Plum'Jelly'. .-'. .'(*..· Asparagus Salad ;·.;-..- , Orange Sherbet a 'la Mode " Coffee . Supper '· . ' Shrimp a la King Spiced Pickle Cheesed Wafers Fruit Cookies . Tea Baked Chicken 1 large chicken, 4 tablespoons lour, 1 teaspoon salt, 4 teaspoon laprika, ] ,4 teaspoon celery salt, 5 ablespoons butter, 1 cup water.! Wash and clean chicken and cut nto serving pieces. Sprinkle with lour, salt, paprika and celery salt Tit into buttered baking dish. Dot with butter and add % the-water Cover and bake one hour. Inspec' every 15 minutes and baste well Add rest of water and bake 45 min utes or until chicken is very tender and nearly falls off the bones. Asparaguc Salad 2 cups diced cooked . or canned asparagus, 1 package flavored gela tin mixture, 2 cups boiling water 1 cup diced celery, 3 tablespoon: chopped pimentos, 2 tablespoon: chopped sweet picgles, % teaspoon salt. Pour water over', gelatin mlxturi and itlr unti! dissolved. Coo! ant add rest of ingredients. Pour intc shallow mold and chill. Cut in squares and serve on lettuce. Top with mayonnaise. Ornnge Sherbet a la Mode 6 squares angel fooci cake, quart orange sherbet, 1 cu] whipped cream, H cup diced greei candy gum drops. Arrange cake on serving plate and top with rest of ingredients Serve it once. This is a very pretty and effective spring dessert. When setting dishes on the ice t cool quickly, place jar rubbers unde them and they will not slip. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES EMMETSBURG, April 2.--Only four marriage licenses were issue in Palo Alto county during March according to E. M. Thompson, clerk of courts. They were as follows Frank A. Goddard and Pearl Gimn both of Cylinder; Joe Lande an Julia Hampson, both of Huthvcn Archie W. Umbrell of Ruthven an Myrtle M. Taylor of Spencer am Albert ,T. Leitl and Anne Liest, boll of Ottosen. Wife Preservers A tightly closed vessel will he] crackers and wafers to retain the crispness. TO INSTALL NEW BOWLING ALLEYS Royd Company Enlarges Its Equipment; Takes Over Vacant Store Site. Plans for enlarging the Bpyil Bowling company's alleys were revealed by Hugh Boyd Thursday when the first shipment of equipment reachd here and work was started on four more alleys, which will be located In the vacant store building directly east of the billiard parlors. The popularity of bowling In d Press Phota The two elder sons of Knute Koclcne, Notre Dume football coacly killed in an ulrplano crash In Kunsns, were taken to their father's body in Cottomvood Falls, Kims., after they had narrowly mlsiCd meeting him lit Kansas City just before he started on the fatal trip. Billy, 15, Is at left, comforting Knute, Jr., 12. Married Lover Makes No Effort to Get Divorce By VIRGINIA LEE "Miss VIRGINIA LEE: I am a girl of 30 and I have been going vvith a man about 15 years older or about a year and a half. He is married, but doesn't care anything about his wife. They have one son. "He seems to think a lot of me, und comes to see me whenever he :an get away from his wife, but he loesn't seem to make any effort to get a divorce, altho he says he cant not live without me, and yet he does everything his wife wants him to do for her. : "Do you think he is treating: me rigllt? . ; PERPLEXED.": ;; HeX is ;treating you as such men usually treat the women who are :heir diversions, Perplexed. Is he .renting his wife right, do you think? And are you treating her and her son right? You know he belongs to another voman.- You would be ashamed to steal her automobile or her silver or any of her belongings that she robably does not value nearly aa much as she does her husband, but rou do not seem to think you are loing anything wrong by stealing ijm. How come? You probably will argue that you can't help your feelings and that you love him. But you would condemn a much younger person who lad an irresistible urge to steal a machine, and feel very superior. "He should have controlled his impulses,' you would have said. You are experiencing the common !ot of-the woman who allows a married man to make love to her. Almost universally such a man's wife will "not understand him;" they are not "happy together," and- he "cannot live without the love" of his new playmate; yet he is very careful never to let his wife know how he feels toward her and suggsl that she gave him his freedom to Is Just Around the Corner S P R T WIH your appearance meet A ' tho beauty of the coming N .ieftson? The New Hollywood Wave will make you loolc G y o u r heal . . . and £o reasonable! GENUINE $10 VEDA-CURL Permanent Wave SPECIAL Shampoo and Finger f pc Wave / D $3.75 -· ^^ Inc .eluding Shampoo and Finger Wuvn 11 /f S. Federal Ave. Over Krcsge's §1 Store. Ph. 281 With or Without Appointment Mason City has grown to such proportions that a downstairs addition to tha alleys was considered practical according to Mr. Boyd, manager. The new alleys wlll_be open all year while it la planned to close the upstairs alleys during the summer months. Thex.entrnnce for the new alleys- will be thru the Boyd cigar store or East State street. It Is expected that the work of construction on the alleys will take about 15 days. The company does not, plan to use the new addition In the coming tournament. 1 Train Kills John Shea. SIOUX'CrTY, April 2. (/P)--John Shea, 84, was killed Wednesday when struck by a passenger train. Policemen for years had provided Shea with money and clothing. He did odd jobs around the police station for 30 years. , '3 WRIGHT STUDIOS Adams and 2nd N. W. "AS YOU LIKE IT" SILK HOSIERY /I $1.25 to $1,75 '" NEWEST SHADES nable him to marry the "perfect mate" with whom he is enamored Wake up, my dear! Get a boy riend who is free to make love anc larry you, and leave the other wo- Ven's husbands alone. KITTY: I think your mother IB mistaken, and I would stay in schoo ust as-long as possible. : Tell her 'ou will be able to earn more tioney the better schooling- you iave. DUCHESS: I think that was a ,rery naaty thing for your slater to do, Duchess, and most girls would iave told the boy friend just what ·7 varieties of faults she was gifted vith, or written him the sad news ailing the chance to tell It. I think he slapping was a mild punishment. Don't bother to tell him, however. You would only put yourself in her class. Just ignore the matter and trust that the boy friena will find her out. He must be rather a chump to think that a really nice girl would be so disloyal to her own sister. LOVEJOY-McFARLAND OSAQE, April 2--Wiler I Love Joy of Mitchell and Fama McFar and were married at the Methodis; parsonage with the Rev. Mr. Ellis performing the. ceremony and Mrs. -tazel HcFarland, mother of the 3ride, acting as witness. They plan :o make Osage their home. Shoes //? Harmony wifff EASTE.P- The new season calls for color.. . . plenty of color . . . harmony in color or contrast in color. And here at Stevens every woman will find just what she wants in high grade Easter Footwear. One straps, pumps, oxfords . . . in the style of heels you like and in the kind of leathers or combination leather you desire. GENUINE U'ATEKSNAKE Tlu with Cuban heet GENUINE WATER8NAKE One Strap. "Vanhlon FJalo'V $10 $10 ONE BTHAl'S WITH unllam spike h««l9. In bluck kill, blao kJ6 and putty belga lild THE "SERENA" . . In black mat kid «nd In pally belie hid. Medium or hjgli hteli $7.50 $6 DEPENDABLE SHOES 105-NO. FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY-IOWA Your i Easter Hat Can Be Smart --and cost (inly «5 Lovely new styles in quality hats. Every smart style available at this price. There's charm and youth in Easter hats this season. Every style in all the popular straws. In your favorite color and headsize. Millinery Department DORIS IJUNSMAN exclusively exclusively We're Told We Have the SMARTEST EASTER FROCKS W E'RE glad to hear the wonderful opinion smartly dressed young women have of our new frocks .~ . because we have been very careful In choosing them, and made sure that each one IB chic . . . individually attractive . . . and a truly exceptional value. Sport types . . . dress and afternoon types . . . jacket frocka . . . bolero frocks ... and everything else that's important in your wardrobe.

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