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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 19, 1937
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r. , -*·, 12?_J MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 · 1937 SEVEN UNION MEMORIAL AID SPONSORS BANQUET The Ladies' aid ol Union Memorial church sponsored a "calendar banquet" at the church Thursday evening. C. K. Kinncy presented Irish monologs. The affair was for the benefit of the church and a large crowd attended. HAMMOND-COLEMAN SWEA CITY--Ed Hammond of Grant township was married at Fairmont, Minn.; March 14, to Myrtle D. Coleman of Corning. They will live on a farm in Grant township. BETTER PERMANENTS A5 A r r $1.95 You'll Like Our Service .^ LILLIAN _ R E I D ' S BEAUTY SHOP Basement Foresters I E T Y Leon Myers Will Speak for Circle Missionary Group of Church of Christ to Talk Here. The regular monthly meeting of the Missionary circle of the Church of Christ has been called for Sunday afternoon at the .church and a large attendance is expected. First on the program is a fellowship covered dish luncheon to be served at 1 o'clock. After the fellowship luncheon Mrs. Ray E. Prusia will open the program proper with a song service. This will be followed by a devotional period conducted by Mrs. H. F. Hisse, FEET DIFFER IN SHAPE Even as Faces Do! Have you been told that your feet are hard to fit? Feet do vary, of course, in shape as well as in size and width. Some feet have long insteps and short toes, some have short insteps and long toes, and some are very narrow through the heel but broad across the ball. There are many.variations. And no one last or shoe- shape will fit all feet well, no matter how complete the range of sizes, ft It is for this reason that we feature the. famous Dickerson Arch-Relief and Arch- lock shoes--which are made in not one but many lasts, so that we can fit any normal foot perfectly. .We specialize in fitting feet that are hard-to-fit. Gome in,and let us prove how much more comfortable your feet can be in smart shoes that \ really fit! 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At 2:30 o'clock will come the address by Leon Myers, editor of the Restoration Herald, published at Cincinnati, Ohio, president of the Christian Restoration movement, and a nationally known evangelist, VIr. Myers, is outstanding for the work accomplished at Dodge City, Kansas, the largest church of- the n-olherhood in that state, where ie-was pastor for several years, for the remarkable record afterward nade at Redlands, Cal., where he built a great Bible School plant, and his work at Anheim, Cal., A'here the church under his leadership doubled its membership. The membership here will hear Mr. Myers address them -m the subject of "Jamaican Missions, and the Ministry of J. Vincent Hall." _o-HOLLATZ-SCHUTTLER O S A G E--E s t h e r Schuttler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. Schuttler, and Ortwin Hollatz, Rudd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hollatz of Carpenter, were married Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. F. A, Brauer. Attendants wore the bride's sister, Viola Schuttler, and her cousin, Lawrence Dietrich, and the bridegroom's brother and'sis- ter, Earl and Laura Hollatz. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to nearly 50 guests at the Schuttler home. Mr. and Mrs. Hollatz left on a short wedding trip to Wisconsin where they will visit the latter's sister, Mrs. Oscar Haupt. Mr. and Mrs. Hollatz will be at home on the Alvin Dietrich farm in Floyd county. Happy thought! Any faulty, make-shift plan we adopt will some day be reversed as "the wisdom of the lathers."--Waterloo Courier. Meeting Conducted by Women of Moose Women ot the Moose met at Moose hail Thursday with Mrs. D. H. McClain acting as senior regent in the absence of Mrs. Irving Elstad. Mrs. McClain and Mrs. Vern Mott were nominated for senior regent. Mrs. W. P. Chamberlain, Mrs. Will Hoffman and Mrs. Harry Ward \yere named to the telephone committee. Plans w e r e made for a benefit dinner March 31, drill practice, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, officers meeting Tuesday at 7 o'clock and quilting Wednesday at 2 o'clock. Refreshments were served by Mrs. H. G. Pusch and Mrs. R. J Searle. Refreshments will be served at the next meeting by Mrs Gilbert McKibben and Mrs. Ed Walters. MINSTREL SHOW IS S T A G E D BY EMPLOYES C L U B During the business session a the P. G. and E. employes' clu meeting Thursday evening at th P. G. and E. auditorium, a repoi was made by the committee fo the annual Employes' club dance Tim Hilton presided at the meet ing. A minstrel show- in charge of O. J. King of Clear Lake was staged with Mr. King as interlocutor and Keith Law, Husty Loterbour, Morris Parks, Clyde Bailey, Cliff Humphrey and Chuck Hilton as end men. In the chorus were Lillian Jarosh, -Marian George, Thelma Jacobson and Jean Barclay. Solo numbers were given by Patsy Hushaw, trombone; Betty King, flute; Chuck Hilton, Thelma Jacobson and Mr. King, vocal solos. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gallogly did a cake walk, Donna Neal and Clyde Bailey, tap dances. Mrs. R. J. Hughes was the accompanist. SCHULZ-WESTGATE IOWA FALLS-- Miss Helen Westgattf, daughter of J. A. Westgate, was married to Claude F. Schulz, son of Mrs. William Ines of Hockford, 111., on March 16, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Moody by the Hev. W. E. Butler. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to the guests by Mrs. L. M. Blair and Mrs. John Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Schulz will make their home on a farm southeast of Iowa Falls, just east of the Sleepy Hollow schoolhouse. : 411 GIVEN AID IN GERRO GORDO $6,119 Paid in Old Age Assistance During February. In Cerro Gordo county, 411 per- ons received aid from the old age issistance commission during Feb- ·uary. The amount paid was 56,119 and the average was $14.89, according to the social security ioard. For Iowa,' there were 31,03-1 helped during the month. Amounts distributed in Norlh :owa counties included: County No. Ami. Allamakee ...263 $3,790 Bremer 188 Butler 232 Cerro Gordo . .411 Chickasaw ...190 lay 154 Clayton 276 Emmet 107 Fayette 371 Floyd 254 Franklin 194 Hancock 129 Hardin 257 Howard 152 Humboldt 138 Kossuth 233 Mitchell 173 Palo Alto 172 Pocahontas .. .134 Winnebago ...14G Winneshick ..147 Worth 76 Wright 1D1 2,077 3,270 6,119 2,757 2,233 3,968 1,555 5,388 3,711 2,805 1,875 .3,651 2.178 1,941 3,327 2,467 2,427 1,922 2,122 2,150 1,080 2,764 AV. S14.41 14.2 14.09 14.8 14.5 14.5C 14.3f 14.5: 14.51 ' 14.6: 14.4' · 14.5 '14.2 14.3 14.0 14.2 14.2 14.1 14.3 14.5 14.6 14.21 14.47 FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily Lenten Devotional Prepared by Dr. Willard L. Sperry for the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America. Fifth Week--"Kldrccl Christian Virtues." Change Announced in . Swimming Schedule Leslie Ericksen, scoutmaster of troop 21, and who is in charge of the Boy Scout swimming period each Saturday evening at the Y. M. C. A. announces the following change in the Boy Scout swimming schedule. The period has been divided into two parts--scouts who want swimming and life saving instruction and those who desire to pass scout swimming lesls arc to be in the pool from 5 p. m. until 5:30 p. m. each Saturday evening and this will be followed by a swim for fun period open to all scouts. This second period begins at 5:30 p. m. and lasts until fi p. m. The division in the period was necessary, Mr. Ericksen said, because oE the large number of scouts who were taking advantage of the swimming privileges. The new schedule goes into effect this coming' Saturday. CANDOR Friday, March 19. "Woe unto them that call evil ;ood, and good evil." -- Read Isaiah 5:16-23. Of the many grounds we have [or believing in God surely conscience is one of the most secure. We a g r e e with Martin L u t her that "it is dan- ;erotis t o s i n ;a g a i n s t c o n- cience." N o p e r s o n 'can be c a 11 e c thoughtful w h o has not lookec with level eye a the moral mys tery of conscioui wrong-doing, a; at t h e physica and e m o t iona m y s t e r i e s o pain, death, sor DR. SPERRT row -- or, w h having once looked at them, trie thereafter to avert his eyes. What hope we have that ou own personal religion will survive rests in the first instance, upon refusal to do violence to our in slinctive moral judgments, matter what expediency ma counsel, we must beware of call ing good evil, and evil good. Ther is no surer, quicker way. to des troy one's sense of the reality o religion. "This above all," says th old monk in The Brothers Kara mozov, "This above all, don t h to yourself." Prayer: Almighty God, whos kingdom rests on righteousnes save us, in our warfare With and wrong, from crying peace where there is no peace. From confusion o£ mind and from treason in the deed, deliver us, good Lord. Amen. CONSTIPATION MAY LEAD TO COLDS Every doctor will tell you the- first thing to do to avoid suffering from colds -- is to be sure you are not constipated. Constipation clogs up the system. It weakens resistance, and infections take hold. End common constjp'aiion by eating Kellogg's ALL-BKAN regularly. This cereal supplies the "bulk" your system needs for normal, natural action. It also gives vitamin B to tone up the intestines -- and iron for the blood. In the hotly, Kellogg's ALL-BRAN absorbs twice its weight in water. It forms a soft mass, which gently exercises and sponges out the intestines. Eat two tahlespoonfuls a day, either as a cereal with milk or fruits, or in cooked dishes. Chronic cases, with each meal. Will help you stay regular without having to take pills and drugs--that often make conditions worse. Kellogg's ALL-BRAN is sold at all grocers. Made and guaranteed by Kellogg: in Battle Creek. SAFETY SERIES OF MEETINGS IN SCHOOLS GIVEN ichedule Includes Movies and Talks; Tests to Be Given. Supt. R. B, Irons, Police Chief Harold Wolfe, the Rev. R. P. Mur- 'hy, the Rev. Francis McEneney nd the grade school principals lave made the following schedule or the campaign on safety in the chools of Mason City: Monday, March 22, 10 a. in. Holy Family grade a n d high chool. Tuesday, March 23, 9:15 a. m., Grant; 19:30 a. m., Wilson; 1:15 p. m., Garfield; 2:30 p. m., St. Jo- icph grade and high school. Wednesday, March 24, 1:15 p, m., McKinley; 2:15 p. m., Harding Thursday, March 25, 9:15 a. m. Jefferson; 1:15 p. m. Central at the Y. M. C. A. Monday, March 29, 9 n. m. Roosevelt and Jackson; 1:15 p. m. Madison. Tuesday, March 30, 9:30 a. m. Monroe; 10:30, Washington. Wednesday, March 31, 2:15 p m., sugar beet school. Thursday, April 1, 3 p. m., Cen tral Heights school. Friday, April 2, 11 a. m., Lin coin. The high school will set a date during the two weeks, according tc John McMillan, P. T. A. safet) chairman, and James Rac, higi schoolprincipal. The program at the schools wil nclude two reels of moving pic- ures, short talks on safety by lo- nl policemen and the state high- vay patrolmen. All children will e given a booklet on "The Junior afety Volunteer." In this booklet' 11 kinds of safety practices are utlined for youth. Following a detailed study of he book, each child will take an xaminatlon on the booklet and hose passing with a certain grade vill be given a membership in the "unior Volunteer Safety league, 'his program of safety in the chools is a co-operative movement of the local schools, the po- ice department, the slate highway patrol, the Y. M. C. A. and the Mason City Safety Council. Any persons desiring to attend .hese programs are welcome to al- end, it was said. Parents are urged to attend if in any way possible. SHEPHERD'S PAINT WALLPAPER 16 FrRST STREET S . E , SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up and Delivery Phone 788 or 789 His proposed "due process" amendment finds Borah ranged with the defenders of states' rights --like songwriters who insist on a moon for each commonwealth.-Detroit News. But if a court free ot all checks is wrong, and a check is invented, doesn't the check become supreme?--D u b u n. u e Tclegrapu- Hcralfl. I Husbands - Take A Hint 11 HcJp Uie little womim do a bang-up job on the budget nnd at tlvc = miino time set a Tcry elegant table! Send for our I'RTSB booklet j; of 100 prize-winning, lew-cost recipes. She'll IhiiiLk you--and ^ you'l! Uiimk hoi- when yon taste the results! = ORANGE COOKIES f| J'/z cups TOWN CRIER Flour 1'4 cups liglit brown sugar = 2 ttuispoong baking powder Orated rind 1 orange = }« teaspoon salt 2 cgrgs E= 1 teaspoon soda 1 nip sour milk or buttermilk = : 1 cup shortening: ?; : IchiE == · 2 LaMcsnoons butter y cup orango juice = | 2 cups powdered sugar = : Cream shortening, odd sugar gradually. Add unbeaten cess and = : prated rind oC orange. Sift flour bctore measuring. Sift dry incrcd- Q : ienta together and add alternately with the, milk to the first mixture. = ; Drop from a teaspoon onto a greased baking sheet. Bakoin amodorato -! oven 37S degre«3 IT.) about IB minutes. While cooklea are atill warm ~ : spread -with Icing. = = Icing: Cream butter. Add sugar and orange, julco gradually until E = right consistency to spread. -- ATHENIAN CLUB MEETING HELD Athenian club met Thursday with Mrs. M. J. Moreland, 409 Fifth street southeast, for a program including current events by Mrs. J. A. Sennell and Mrs. H. G. Weber and a lesson on "Social Security, by Mrs. S. C. Deyoe and Mrs. W. B. Casey. COMPLIMENTARY DEMONSTRATION WITH NO OBLIGATION Merle Norman's Studio of Antiseptic Cosmetics FREE DEMONSTRATION TREATMENTS Facial Rejuvenation Complexion Correction The Art of a Natural Make-up Demonstrators: Edythe Mac, Mrs. Scverson Phone 676 , !6 Forester's Bldg. Mason City, Iowa WOMEN We Are Going Out of Business' -- e n d now YOU can buy Paints and Wallpapers at wholesale cost. Entire stock MUST GO. All fixtures for sale. C.B. Savage iWailpaper and Paint 31!) North Federal Avc. Mason City H. D. CLUB MEETS AT CASPERSONS ,H. D, club was entertained by Mrs. Paul Casperson at her home at CartersvUle Thursday att'er- noon. There were 15 present and the time was spent in tieing a quilt. A short program was given and the next meeting will be, with Mrs. Leon Hitzhusen April 1. -- o -Dr. R. F. Kunz Chosen P r e s i d e n t of Cerro Gordo Dental Society Dr. R. F. Kunz was re-elected president of the Cerro Gordo County Dental society at a meeting oE the organizatino held at the Hotel Hanford Thursday afternoon and evening. Dr. Kunr. has served as president the past two years. Dr. Don FitzGerald was elected vice president and Dr. A. A. Joslyn, Clear Lake, secretary- treasurer. The sesion, which was attended by 35 dentists from Cerro Gordo county and the surrounding territory, opened at 4 o'clock with technicolor movies of surgical pyorrhea. Dr. A. L. Miller, Charles City, gave a paper on "Immediate Dentures." Following the dinner at 6:30 o'clock, M. W. Schneider, Chicago, porcelain technician, held a clinic on s porcelain jackets, inlays and staining of porcelain. PROMOTES GROWTH (OO Lucky prirc-winning-, low cost recffxa If you send your *rocer*s name and address to Town Crier Flour, 11CQ Board of Trade Building, Kanus City, Missouri Town Crier Wholesome--Delicious BUILDS RESISTANCE FREE! Handy Set PORTABLE TUBS to every woman who buys this new 1937 SCIENTIFIC Optical Service Garner Theater Thorough eye examinations should h.c a yearly habit. 2" EAST STATE "DR 'BULL," RETURNS TO AVERY GARNER--Cast as a New England country doctor who has spent a lifetime ministering to the health needs o£ his friends and neighbors, Will Rogers, American humorist de luxe, appears in his most natural and human role, "Dr. Bull," at the Avery Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. .Forming a perfect foil for the great aclor's homespun type of wit are Rochelle Hudson, Marion Nix, Ralph Morgan and Andy Devine. A competitor in a neighboring town attempts to build up a practice with the aid of the socially elite faction and an impressive array of pseudo-scientific jargon and slick chrome plated gadgets intended to blind the simple country folk. 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