The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 3, 1931 · Page 12
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April 3, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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affiMttWi'SIKVraZ^ra^^KMWSJV^^^ 12 a'H^ii^:^^ ui.l .·^·/^i · R. B, Olrton, SM Maryland avenue southeast, is reported recovering- at the hospital at Rochester, Minn.-She went to Rochester two Weeks ago for treatment for diabetes and' later had an operation for gallstones. . . ^MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Wslter O. : Thompson, 28 FifU street northeast, wno Is In the Pat! hospital suffering from burns, is re ported as slightly improved. Seasonal note: A swat in tim saves nine.--Davenport TimM, WHIN IT RAINS. IT POURS s PURITAN MALT PURITAN ALT RICHEST· StRbNGEST- BEST TWD-TO-ONETWO-Ta-DNETWa-TD-DNETWO-TO-ONE You give a light delicacy to SALMON' CROQUETTES by adding RUM FORD ALL- PHOSPHATE BAKING POWDER T H E T W O - T O - O N E L E' A V E' N E* H to the mixture new iise of Rumford provoked instant re- J. sponse-- and compliments. Itseemstogivefish croquettes an intriguing flavor they lacked bef ore. Try it yourself. Just addl to 2 level teaspoonfuls Rumford (according to size of salmon can) to the mixture before, shaping: it up to fry. They brown better and gain a new fluffiness and delicacy. Rumford ia now being used in innumerable dishes with most surprising and satisfactory results and many times with significant saving' of time and money. Yon can get an idea of the variety of these new uses in general cooking by sending; for our attractive free booklet, "Several New Things Under the Sun". Buy a can of Rumford today. · - ]w TM ; .WnOTOKD COXl-AKT. fmtmlwt Oft*, RUMfOHD. B. T. TWO-TO-ONE TWa-TO-ONE TWO -TO-ONE TWO-TD-ONE CHOIR TO GIVE EASTER CANTATA Wildermere's "Victory" to Be Presented by Central Lutheran Group. A choir of 18 voices will give the Easter cantata, "Victory," by Henry Wildermere, at the Central LutlK eran church Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock. The program will include a prelude, processional and scripture reading, prayer by the paator, the Rev. George H. Parker and the chanting of the Lord's prayer before the opening of the cantata. The cantata is made up of th following numbers: "From Gethsemane to Calvary' opening chorus; "Not What I Will,* soprano solo hy Mrs. F. E. Reishus "Out of the Night of Darkness,' chorus by the choir: "O Mother o, Joy," soprano and alto duet by Mrs Relshus and Mrs. R. E. Quandahl "Angels Rolled the Stone Away,' bass solo by N. N. Quandahl and choir; -"Life Eternal," tenor solo by O. C. Sorllen, soprano solo by Miss Mnlle Rye and trio which includes Mrs. R, E. Quandahl; "The Song o Victory," bass solo by E. W. Schill ing and choir; "there's No Night In Heaven," quartet by Miss Rye, Mrs R. E. Quandahl, Mr. Sorllen and N N. Quandahl; "In the Splendor of His Glory," chorus by the choir "His Love Divine," contralto solo by Mrs. R. E. Quandahl, add "Chris Hath Arisen," finale by the choir. After the fifth number thare wll be a short intermission for an nouncements and an offering. Fol lowing the ohoir program there wll be benediction, recessional and a postlude. The members of the choir are: So prano: Jane Parker, Millie Rye, Mil dred Reishus, Maxtne Beerman and Mra. F. E. Reishus; alto: Mrs. R. E Quandahl, Mrs. A. Hermanson, Ruth Thompson and Mrs. N. N. Quandahl tenor: Julius Welle, Clifford Eggert Carl Sheel, Herman Quandahl, Valentine Leonard and O. C. Sorleln and bass, E. W. Schilling, F. E Reishus and N. N. Quandahl. HOBBY AWARDS ARE ANNOUNCED Shield and Trophies to Be Given Winners Based on Points. Prizes to be awarded for the Y. M, C. A. and Kiwanis club hobby how to be held at the Y. M. C. A. Vpril a, 9, 10 and 11 have been an- ounced. winners of first place in tie various classes will be given [ye points, the second will receive hree points and' third place, one The Kiwanis'shield will go to the oy having the best hobby. The John D. Willson trophy will be awarded to the class In high school having the greatest number of mints. Individual cu^s will be giv- m high point boys in each of the wo age groups. The grade school cups will be awarded to the school having the greatest number o£ lolnta in the. seventh and eighth jrade division and in the sixth trades and lower than the sixth. Tirst, second and third ribbons in ·aeh lot Of the divisions will also ie given. All'prizes will be awarded by the Kiwanis club.at 8 o'clock ^aturday night, April 11. The classes of com- jetltion are divided into junior for loyi'from 9 to 13 years of age and senior for boys 14 to 18 years of age. Clyde H. Hamlin and L. L. Hinselman, Plymouth, are preparing special exhibits of; stamps to be shown at the hobby show. Adults who lave stamp collections have been irged to place them on display, al:ho there will be no competition in this classification. G R U P P PACKING HOUSE MARKET 401 S. Federal Meat Trices Effective Frorri April 3 to April 10 Bacon Squares, Ib .. Hams, whole or Half ....,.,,.. Pork Shoulder Roast, Ib. Veal Stew, choice, Ib Sausage, per Ib. , Hamburger, per Ib Bacon, whole or half, Ib Beef Roast, choice, Ib. _ Lard, pure, Ib. Rib Boil, pound Veal, Roast, Ib. CHOICE 18' 15 11' 9' Divorce Ends 22 Years of Married Life for De Palma, Race Driver LOS ANGELES, April 3. -Divorce has ended the 22 years of married life of Ralph De Palma, veteran automobile race driver, and Mrs. Clara De Palma. De Palma said his wife bad Insisted he give up racing, but that he could not earn enough money In any other way to provide the comforts to which they were accustomed. He did not oppose the divorce, granted yesterday on grounds of desertion. Phillips Is Appointed Postmaster at Luverne WASHINGTON, April 3.-- Harold H. Phillips has been appointed Foil weigbt postmaster In Luverne. lowans reappointed postmasters include Benjamin Hv Todd, Ida Grove, and Calvin L. Slpe, Sioux Rapids. Go to Cedar Kaplds. CALMAR--Mr and Mrs. J. Neu- zll and daughter, Rose, left Thursday morning: for Cedar Rapids. ' Comes From Long Beach. RUDD--J. A. Hill of Long Beach Cal., is visiting at the home of hi: uncle. Fred Hill. MASON CITY FRUIT COMPANY PHONE 320 SPECIAL EASTER SALE SATURDAY ONLY! BUTTER, Fresh Creamery, SPECIAL, Ib ..... 28c ORANGES, Extra I*r B e. Juicy, peck . . . . . . . ^T 50c CARROTS, Fresh Large Bunches, SPECIAL. . .5c APPLES CHERRIES, Red Pitted CANE SUGAR In Cloth Bags, 10 pounds 55c POTATOES Select No. 1 Idaho, Baking, pk. 40c Home-Grown, White, pk 25c FRESH VEGETABLES--Mustard 'Greens, Endives, Green Beans, Tomatoes, New Pota- CauUUower Asparagus, New Cabbage, Dandelions, Parsley, Parsnips, FREE DELIVERY --::-- PHONE 320 Ark your Armour dealer for thli Fixed FI»Tor Star H t m letUtt for Enter. You can buy ARMOUR'S /·fXED /lAVOR STAR H A M f o r JEASTER e v e r y w h e r e Tit Fixii fUtn MllakJU.S.ln- sfatita tn In/in fttirontttf »J Star LOOK at the list of Armour dealers below. There is one dear you who sells the ham that has been the flavor-sensation ever since it was introduced a. year ago--Armour's Fixed Flavor Star Ham. Place your order today for a whole ham--a butt or a slice. Then to crown your Easter meals with SUCCESS from a TASTE and ECONOMY standpoint ask for a free copy of the leaflet-"5 Ways to Enjoy Your Easter Armour's Fixed Flavor Star Ham." Tune-in On the Armour Radio Hour, Friday Night at 8:30 P. M. ARM"OUR'S F I X E D FLAVOR AN N IVER5ARY Here are the Armour dealers who will fill your order for Fixed Flavor Star Ham and will give you a free copy of the Easter leaflet: Thompson Dean · Mason City, Iowa William Britven Mason 'City, Iowa Buehler Bros. Mason City, Iowa William Garfin Mason City, Iowa H. L. James Mason City, Iowa Tittle Bros. Mason City, Iowa Glanville Bros. Mason C^y, Iowa Carl Grupp Mason City, Iowa Soda Grill Mason City, Iowa Atlas Meat Grocery Co. Masoii City, Iowa Olson Kossack Magon City, Iowa M. A. Marsden Mason City, Iowa Gottlieb Grupp Mason City, Iowa Atlantic Pacific Tea Co. South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa F. W. Schmidt Northwood, Iowa J. O. Folsy Manly, Iowa William Jackson · Rockwell, Icnva B. L. Harris M. Swenson Thornton, Iowa Swaledale, lown H. G. Hawkins Mason City, Iowa Evia Meat Grocery Mason City, lown Sam Raizes Mason City, lown Atlantic Pacific Tea Co. North Federal Ave,, Mason City, Iowa Clark Orahood Harry Emerson Northwood, Iowa Kenactt, Iowa J. Mackin Enabnit Wilkie Manly, Iowa Manly, Iowa A. W. Smith Boelk Bokemeier Sheffield, Iowa Sheffield, Iowa Fischer ' Smith MeSCrvey, Iowa APRIL 3 1931 BY MARY LEE WORK How to remove it without 'rubbing.-scrubbing-- scouring An easy way to conquer this andz other hardjols Would you like to know how to get bathtub rings out of the bathtub without haying to go through the drudgery of scrubbing and scouring? 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