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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1934
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MAX S 193-1 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Y Clubs to Entertain Employers Dinner and Program Planned for Thursday Evening a t Y . W . C A . T. N. T. and Tusalata clubs- will entertain tbeir employers at a 6:30 o'clock dinner and program Thursday evening at the Y. W. C. A. Reservations for the affair will be taken at the Y. until 10 o'clock Thursday morning. "Good Will Relations," the theme of the meeting will be stressed by the Rev. W. H. Spence, pastor of the First Methodist church, in an address. Miss Clarice Paul will give the invocation and Miss Helen Meyer president of the Tusalata club, will preside during the program. Miss Lucile Byerly will give a tribute to the businessman and Frank R. Currie will. respond with a tribute to the business girl. Miss Marlys Taylor, accompanied by Miss Dorothy Bamber, will sing two numbers and Mrs. W. B. McClellan will play xylophone selections. WINNERS OF PULITZER AWARDS ILL-BRAN WILL ALWAYS BE A PART JFJY DIET" Delicious Cereal Corrected His Constipation Caroline Miller (left), novelist, and Sidney Kingsley (right), . wri"ht lire two Pulitzer prize winners of 1938-31. Mrs. Miller won the'avvard for her novel, "Lamb in His Bosom," and Kingsley was awarded for his play, "Men in White." (Associated Press lliotus). HELPING THE HOMEMAKER If you suffer from constipation, read this fine letter: "I have been troubled for years with constipation. During this time, I have tried almost every known remedy. Then some one recommended eating Kellogg s ALL- BKAN, and the proper results followed immediately. "Since eating Kellogg's ALL- BKAN each morning, there has been a general improvement in my health without the ill effects that I formerly experienced when taking laxatives. Hereafter. Kellogg s ALI^BRAN -will always be a part of my diet."--Mr. B. G. Himes, 1201 E. 7th St., Los Angeles, Calif. Research shows Kellogg's ALL" BRAN provides "bulk" to exercise · the intestines, and vitamin B to aid elimination. ALL-BRAN also supplies iron for the blood. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is much like that in leafy vegetables. Isn t this "cereal way" safer than risking patent medicines? Two tablespoonfuls daily are usually sufficient to relieve ordi- ' nary constipation. With each meal, ..'.in serious cases. If not relieved !··'*'this way, see your .doctor. ; . ' Be sure to ask for Kellogg's ALL-BRAN. It contains much more needed "bulk" than part-bran products. In the red-and-green package. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. ' COLD FUR STORAGE The Best Fur Protection PHONE 484 Only Mason City Furrier Offering Cold Storage For Your Furs BEN BENOWITZ FUR SHOP in Fink's Smart Apparel 35 Years Fur Experience SO Years in Mason City Twentieth Century Club Ends Season's Work at Breakfast Twentieth Century club concluded ts year's activities with a May noriiing breakfast Monday at the Cavern. Following breakfast Mrs. \. L. Jackson gave an account of icr winter in Florida and Mrs. Lee L-oomis told of her trip to New | York. ; The committee in charge of ar- j ·angements included Mrs. Harvey j J. Bryant, Mrs. John Scnneff and ; Mrs. W. J. Holahan. Programs for the coming year j were distributed by the program i committee which includes Mrs. Lee j Bailey, Mrs. Fred Smith and Miss ! Laura Kern. The club study will be | rased on "Modern Interpretation of ! American History." 1 JOYCE KILMER CLUB MEETING AT LAKE Joyce Kilmer club met for dinner Monday evening at the Clear Lake Country club, concluding the year's activities. Spring flowers and orchid and green tapers decorated the tables and bridge was played following dinner with prizes going to Mrs. I. R. Weaver. Miss Vcra Burns and ] Miss Frances Gleason. CURB MOUNTING DEATH RATE ROUNDING A CURVE! NEVER DO THIS Usually-a LINE, eirkerblack'or- wKire, ir\d Scares tKecerxteroPrKe road.-For your- owrv sffety stay orv YOUR By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE A Tasty Appetizer Spread crisp potato chips with livcrwurst which has been softened with a fork and has had a littlo cream added. These are good, to serve as appetizers with cocktails. Dinner Serving Four. Liver Loaf Escalloped Potatoes ·Buttered Green Beans Bread Plum Jam Orange Salad Rhubarb Pudding Hard Sauce Coffee Liver Loaf for Four 1 pound beef liver 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 1 tablespoon chopped celery 1 tablespoon chopped onion 1 egg 2 tablespoons milk 2 tablespoons butter 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons lemon juice Cover liver with cold water. Add lid and let simmer 20 minutes. Chop or press thorugh coarse sieve. Add rest of ingredients and pour into buttered loaf pan; bake 30 minutes. Esculloped Potatoes. 3 cups sliced raw potatoes 3 tablespoons flour \' s teaspoon salt 14 teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon chopped parsley I 1 /, cup;; milk 2 tablespoons butter Mix-potatoes, flour, salt and .pepper, add rest, of "ingredients and pour into buttered baking dish. Cover and bake 40 minutes in moderate oven. Remove cover and bake 10 minutes to brown top. Rhubarb Pudding. 2 cups diced leftover bread 3 cups diced peeled rhubarb 2-3 cup sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon i/i teaspoon nutmeg % teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 cup water 3 tablespoons butter Mix ingredients and pour into but- ered baking dish. Bake 40 minutes, ierve warm., Hard Sauce. 1-3 cup butter 11,4 cups sifted, confectioner's sugar 2 tablespoons cream 1 teaspoon vanilla y s teaspoon salt Mix ingredients and beat well, 'hill and serve on warm pudding. _*_ )f Brooklyn, so far as taking 1! ;ricks was concerned, but a chanc' ;o let East err occurred to him. H ruffed the club with North's Ion diamond and then led a low heart East hopped up with the king. What should East now lead? He reasoned that South had no spades and some losing · clubs which he could not ruff now and the best thing was to lead clubs; he feared that to lead the spade ace would give South a discard on North's king. The club lead let South walk in with his contract. The ace won the trick. Trumps were drawn and the queen of hearts put the declarer in the North hand to discard a spade and a club on the hearts. West pointed out to East that the QUEEN ESTHER CLASS MEETS AT DECKtiKM. Mrs.'G. S. C. Andrick spoke on nature on the meeting of the Queen Esther class at the home of Miss Gertrude Decker. 138 Tenth street northwest. Miss Roslyn Brogue read several of her own poems and musical numbers were recorded. The Misses Esther Baker and Decker assisted by their committees served refreshments. 50 High School Seniors j Will Compete in Annual I Cornell Music Auclilion j , MOUNT VERNON, May S. Nearly 50 high school seniors from Iowa and Illinois are expected on the Cornell college campus here this week-end to participate in the annual music auditions sponsored by the conservatory of music. The contest is .open to all high school -grud- uat«s or seniors Wuu '..-.'; r.«l had music work in other institutions of college grade. · Auditions will be heard in piano, voice, violin, pipe organ, violoncello and composition. Two prizes will be offered winning students in each division of the contest. The first prize is a music scholarship entitling the student to two lessons a week a year or. his chosen instrument. The second is a scholarship entitling him to one lesson a week a year. FIVE Mrs. Maahs, 68, Found Dead in Bed, Buried; Rites Held at Church WH1TTEMORE, May 8.--Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran church in charge of the Rev. Mr. Stahmer. for Mrs. Juliana Maahs, 68. Mrs. Maahs, who had been ill for several years with heart disease, was found dead in bed. In 1882 she came to the United States with her husband. To this union eight children were born: Will, Nashua, Minn., Anna at home. John, Rodman. Fred, Campbell. Minn.. Herman. Ed of Whlttemore und George of Rodman. One died in infancy. House Votes Down Resolution to Hold Probe of Oil Code WASHINGTON. May S. (.PI-After it was assailed as an attempt to embarrass the administration, a. resolution ordering a special investigation of the administration of the oil code was voted down today by the house. REMEMBER: SECONDS SAVED MAY MEAN LIVES LOST ace of clubs obviously lay South I from South's strong bidding ami the fact that West failed to lead it; that by the lead of the heart from North," hearts had been set up for | discards and that the spade ace was ! absolutely the only hope of setting ! the contract. Nearly :tO,000 Americans lost their lives in auto accdcints I" J'JSS- Slni-c than 800,000 others were injured. You can do your part lowan mluciiiK these rupallinff figures by observing the "don t .IliistnvUU above. Others follow. i;f the parish hearse, the Rev. J. E. Perry pleading that "sooner or later v.-e "'-r.ll all want it." Germany's public-works program is helping its coal and iron industries. Protect Your Furs FKOM Moths-Fire-Theft ALSO EXI'EKT KEl'AiniNG AND REMODELING riiunc "88 or 789 Kin! Causes UiiniuKU. EA1MONS, Minn., May S.--Tin; Emmons fire department put out a fire at the west house of the Henry Emmons estate Monday. The IOSH was a wood shed and several used cars. PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL Steam Oil Croquinole Regular ?5.UO Vuluc, (JJO 7C Complete for «P«J«I «* Other Waves Oil Spirals with Kinglet Ends-- Oonplctc for $3.75\., $6.00 OTTO WILLIAMSON Palace Theater Barber and Beauty Shop 108 South Federal Phono 305 5eef Chuck ROASTS 'ACHING HOUSE MARKETS 123 So. fed. etter Meats . . . Lower Prices I'll. 101 lender beefsteaks 'orn Beef Jjirbctjue Spare Ribs 1. Package BACON ·round Round Steak Tender Beef Liver Tips on Contract HOKMEL'S SLICED 51b.BoxBACON...32c BEEF SHORT RIBS ib.3c PORK CUTLETS Ib.l2£c PORK C H O P S . . . lb.9c Fresh Ground BEEF lb.3 SPECIALS roi: Seize the Setting TricU. j When the bidding has shown that I the contracting partnership has un- j balanced and non-fitting hands of distributional strength, it behooves | a defending player to take w h a t : Ticks he can quickly once the opportunity presents itself. Especially s this so if the contract has been doubled. The declarer in an impossible contract is likely to take desperate measures in a long-shot effort to succeed. His game should not be played by the defense. Here is a hand at which the declarer made a doubled little slam in diamonds which could have been set one: N O R T H 4K, 106 6 5 4 »A J 10 64+ 7 *NOM_E_ E A S T UTH + K O I O S 3 + A K Q J 4 3 + A 6t After two passes East bid a cluh and South a diamond. West passed and North offered a spade. East re- bid clubs and South said two diamonds. West took a shot at increasing the clubs, hoping to deter the opposition. North rebid his spades , to three and South again mentioned i diamonds. West passed. North, still hoping for a fit, bid four hearts. East passed. South leaped to six diamonds, reasoning that while North probably had few if any diamonds, his efforts to find a fit connoted some strength which would be useful. East doubled. West opened a club. Things looker! tad to the declarer, Earl A. 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