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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 24, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 24 SEVEN I E T Y FRIENDLY BIRTHDAY CLUB HAS MEETING The Friendly Birthday club met Tuesday with Mrs. Curtis Luick, 918 North Federal avenue, honoring her on her fiftieth birthday. /There were 14 guests present and the time was spent in playing 500. Lunch was served and a gift was presented to Mrs. Luick. Winnie Woodley was a guest. The club will meet April 26 at the home of Mrs. Lenis Grines to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Grines and Mrs. Severson. --o-- JIARKIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to Theodore Floyd Evans, Jr., 22, and Gertrude Anna Bump, 21, both of Springfield, 111.; James E. Wray, 25, Rockwell, and Ann Lucille Logan, 25, Dougherty; Melvin Nielsen, 25, Ringsted, and Rose Nielsen, 21, Estherville; Joe Opten, 24, and Fay Riley, 18, both of Minneapolis; a n d Bernard James Piggott, 21, Cherokee, and Elizabeth Stittsworth, 18, Osage. BIRTHDAY PARTY HELD AT HAN SELL Mrs. F. E. Williamson of Hansel! was honored at a surprise party on the occasion of her sixty- Choose your EASTER HAT from our Complete Collection of New, Youthful, Smart and Flattering Spring Hats. Flowered and .Tailored Trims. ,·' NEORA B R A I D " ·· P'ED ALINES 7 · FELTS · ROUGH STRAWS e S1SOLS · TOYO CLOTH SPECIALLY PRICED AT Others Up to $5.95 Every Fascinating N e w Spring Style and Color is Here! Small and Large Headsizes, A Large Variety of New Flowers at 49c 3 South Federal lighth birthday at her hfime quests were Mr. and Mrs. t, D Williamson and son, Wray, Shefield; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiliamson o£ Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frost and family of Maon City and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Williamson of Hanlontown. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES "SSUED TO COUPLES EMMETSBURG -- Marriage II- :enses have been issued here the last few days to George Twait, 21, and Madaline Handa, 21, both if Cylinder; John Johnson, 21, ind Jeanette Johnson, 19, both of Curlew; James Rowley, Detroit, Vlich., legal, and Mary Regina 3urt, Emmetsburg, legal; Charles Westphal, 23, Mansort, and Frances Behrends, 19, Ringsted. STOKES-ROBESON OSAGE-- .Alice Robeson niece of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoel, and Donald Stokes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stokes of Mitchell, were married at the Baptist church by the Rev. John D. Kern. Attendants were the bridegroom's bro:her-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Trout of Mitchell. The bride is a graduate af the Osage high school. After a wedding trip to Parsons, Kans, Mr. and Mrs. Stokes will be at home on the parental Stokes farm near Mitchell. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. F. G. Carlson, 511 East State street, arrived Tuesday from California where she spent the past two months visiting her son, Captain Waller A. Carlson, at March Field, Riverside, Cal., and other relatives and friends at various places in California. * * » Robert P. Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Walters, 924 Delaware avenue northeast, left for Seattle, Wash., Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Donald O. Nelson, formerly of Mason City. He plans to remain in Seattle for an indefinite period. * * * Miss Lois Walter, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Louis Walter, 715 Georgia avenue* southeast, has left for Milwaukee, Wis., to resume her nurse's training course there after spending her vacation with her parents. * » * Miss Eleanor Wilcox who teaches in the junior high school at Greene is spending p a r t of her vacation with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith, 27 Sixth street northwest. Miss Wilcox spent the first part of her vacation at the Kappa Alpha Theta house at Drake university and with her parents,' Mr. and,Mrsi Frank Wilcox, at Rippey. ' ' · · " , . ' ·'* · '* . ·. Francis Eugene Rozen, sophomore student at Iowa university at Iowa City, will spend the Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rozen, 315 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Trinity Lutherans to Hold Services on Thursday Evening Trinity Lulhevan church, 508 Pennsylvania avenue, southeast, will commemorate the instution of the Lord's Supper with services and Holy Communion Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson will serve as organist for this service. Mrs J. C. Lyng and Miss Helen Gulbranson will sing "Midnight In the Garden" by F. B. Holton. A service will also be held Good Friday evening with Holy Communion at 7:45 o'clock Miss Clarcne Odden will serve as organist for this service.'Mr O. L. N. Wigdahl will sing "It Was For Me" by C. B. Blount. The pastor will be at the church i i n u e s n l n m i h A n n X - r s a r y PAINT SALE SPEO \LS $1.29 White Enamel 7Gc PAINT WAI.IPAPER SAVE She's Expecting F L O W E R S SPECIALS Bunch of 50 Choice Violets, 49c Cineraria Plants 49c African Violet Plants . . . . 49c Gardenias, each . 49c JOHNSTON'S Where Your Friends Buy Flowers. Phone 223. 10 1st N. W. 7honc 2500 As 80,000 Unionists Massed in Detroit Square This view of 80,000 unionists at mass meeting in Cadillac square, Detroit, was taken from the fittccntl floor of a hotel facing the square by a Central Press photographer.--Central Press Soundpholn Thursday and Friday evenings at 7 o'clock for the registration of the Communicants. The usual Easter Sunrise Communion service Sunday morning at G a. m. will open with a group of Easter songs by the .vested choir, directed by Thomas T. Bol. H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R ,By MRS. MARY MORTON.. ; Menu Hint. ' Baked Beans Mashed Turnips Corn Green Salad With Onion Brown Bread Rhubarb Pie Coffee or Tea Baked beans in some homes are the regular Saturday night supper or dinner. The recipe I am giviiig you today is a favorite with Ida Lupino, screen player. You can use brown sugar or molasses instead of honey, if you wish, but try this. Today's Recipes. BAKED BEANS -- Soak one pound of navy beans over night in cold water. Drain. Into H quart and a half of hot water put one finely chopped onion, a half cup of strained honey, two tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce; a third cup of catsup and pepper and salt to taste. Pour over/ the beans, which have been put into a covered bean crock. Strip with slices of lean bacon cut fairly thick. Bake all day in a very slow.oven. Faint the Floors. Tn refinishing old houses, a return to the old type of painted floor is being noticed. In many cases the owner doesn't wish to go to the expense of laying n new floor, and the old one can be satisfactorily scraped, cracks filled in and painted with a good quality paint. Dark red, black or yellow are once again the favorites for this type ot finish. Old houses may be modernized with funds extended by a bank or.other private financial institution and insured by the federal housing administration. Favorite Sandwich. One of Elizabeth Allan's favor- ife sandwiches consists of a filling of sliced stuffed green olives and crisp bacon. Miss Allan is a motion picture favorite you know. --o-Visit ixt Miidclia. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson and Marsin Olson visited Sunday at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seibert at Madelia, Minn. .T. E. Olson, who has been visiting the past week at the Seibert home, returned home .with them. Arc Parents nf Son. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kerns are parents of a 9V pound boy, born Sunday morning at their home. This makes a family ol five boys and a girl. E G G S WE ARE PAYING 22c a Dozen in trade for eggs, and you know you get value received plus for your eggs in this store of unusual values. MORRIS FOOD STORE 221 SIXTH STREET S. W. WIFE PRESERVERS A bit of finely chopped onion and some crisped bacon gives a new flavor to string beans. Add just before the beans are to be served. iowa Falls Plans Union Services Good Fnda 1 IOWA FALLS--To permit bus nessmcn and employes to attend 3art of the union Good Fridaj ;ervices at the English Lutherai :hurch, members of the low; Tails Merchants' Bureau at ; meeting recommended' thai al stores be closed betsveen 12:15 am 1:15 p. m., Friday. · Plans havi Jeen completed for a three hou ervice to be held from noon un til 3 p. m. on Good Friday. Th Congregational church, the Bap list church, the Methodist churc' and the Christian church as we] as the Lutheran church will co operate in the service. Congregationalists Communion Services to Be Held Thursday Holy Thursday c o m m u n i o n service will be observed in the ?irst Congregational church on Thursday evening at 7;30 o'clock. The junior choir under the direction ol Mrs. B. Raymond Weston will present an Easter cantata, and assist in the service. Special recognition will be given the members of the pastor's training class who have been receiving instruction on the meaning and responsibilities of Christian living and churchmanship during the weeks of Lent. This will be the first communion for these junior members who will be received into the church on Easter Sunday morning. The minister will give a short meditation on the theme: "Christian Optimism" preceding the administration of the sacrament. Members of the pastor's training class are: Porter Burrets, Robert Dyer, Bob Knudson, Jerry Fockler, Billy Beck, Lois Conover, Stanley Veil, Marjory Hall, Mary Irons, Phyllis Kew, Clayton Nalan, Audrey Folsom, Betty Jean Johnson, Patricia Bloomfield, Victoria Purington, Sara McNitt, Georgia Ludeman, Jerry Lewis, James Ludeman, Williard Sayre, Dickey Bailey, Janice Bappe, Ruth Harris, Margaret Hawkins, Ronald Ankrom, Katherine Carlson, Ellen Moore, Betty Meyer. Family Catherine Held LELAND -- A family gathering was held Sunday at the Norman Lackore home. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lackore, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lackore, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Lackore, Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Lackore and two children all of Hayfield, Miss Ruby Schram, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lackore and family o£ Garner, Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Sorenson Mr. and Mrs. John Kcsler all oi Miller. Carnival To Be Thursday. POPEJOY -- The junior class of the high school will sponsor a carnival to be held at the hall Thursday night, March 25. Return To Waterloo. RAKE -- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabin, who spent the winter months at the home of his brother A. J. Sabin, returned to theij home at Waterloo Tuesday. Union Services Held. D U M O N T -- Passon week union services are being held each night this week at the Evangelica church. A continuous service wil be held on Good Friday from noon until 3 p. m. with diffcrcni ministers at 20 minule intervals. Are Farents of Son. TITONKA -- A boy was bor Vlonday to Mr. and Mrs. Ra Smith. He has been named Wai ter Henry. The Smiths have family o f . 3 boys and 2 girls. Visit In Illinois. SHEFFIELD -- Harry Baxte and son, Melvin, in company will Frank Baxter ot Britt went I Sheffield, III., Tuesday to alien: :he funeral ot their brother, Delo Saxler. SAYS SYPHILIS CAN BE CURED )r. Harold Morgan Gives , Illustrated Talk at Lions Club. "Syphilis is a disease--not a dis- race." This wns the theme ol an illus- rated talk presented to the Lions Hib Wednesday noon under the irection of Dr, Harold Morgan of lercy hospital. Other points developed includd: One out ot every 20 in America s a victim of this communicable isease, the estimated total being ,500,000 men, women and chil- ren. Syphilis is known as "the great mitator" because it- assumes so many forms in its outward man- festations. Disease Is Curable. The disease definitely is curable, nd particularly when recognized ind subjected to medical treatment in its early stages. Short-cut cures often give the appearance ot completeness but usually (hey only arrest the progress of the disease, inviting serious consequences. Self-applied remedies and quaclc doctors who promise cures in n rief time are enemies in the na- .ionwide fight on syphilis now under way. Has Its Quota. All tests which have thus fai been applied suggest that Mason ty has its quota of syphilis. The nature of the disease was discovered in 1905 but it was not until 1910 that a definite cure foi microscopic organism responsible for syphilis was developed. Since that time the effectiveness has been improved to such an extent that the ultimate eradication o£ syphilis, as malaria, smallpox, diphtheria and other diseases nave been eradicated, appears to be definitely within, the realm o possibilities. GRAND JURY TO GET GOVIG CASE Confessed Wife Slayer I: Held Without Bail on Murder Charge. Obed Burton (Obie) Govig wa held in the county jail here Wed nesday, bound over wilhout bai to the grand jury for the term o district court which will begin here April 5. Justice of Peace Roe Thompson at the completion of a preliminar hearing Tuesday, charged th Clear Lake and Mason City groce with murder in connection wit his confessed shotgun slaying o his wife, Hazel, in their Clea Lake home last Feb. 26. W. L. Bliss, representing Govig offered no direct testimony for th defense, confining his showing t cross examination of the slate' witnesses, A. W. Wren, undertake at the Patterson funeral home Sheriff Tim Phalen, Deputy She i f f s John Wallace and Carl Dw;, and Police Capt. Leo F. Risacher Visits At Io\va Cily. LATIMER -- Mrs. M a r t h Christensen visited Sunday will Mr. and Mrs. Waller Beyers o Iowa City. 'ayek of McGregor Saved From Burning House With Ladder McGREGOR, W -- Ben Tayek, ity councilman, was rescued by a eighbor who used a ladder to each him when Tayek's home urned here Wednesday. GHAMPLIN FIRM WINS INJUNCTION Temporary Writ Enjoins Iowa From Disbursing Jobless Tax Money. Mason City's branch of the hamplin Refining c o m p a n y Tuesday obtained an injunction in Polk county district court temporarily enjoining the Iowa state reasurer and the unemployment compensation commission f r o m disbursing $691 in tax paid by the company under protest on Feb. 13 n accordance with the unemployment compensation law. . Upon the company's posting of ond of $1,000, the temporary in- unction will become effective and he paid in tax will be held in a separate fund pending the filing ol suit to recover the tax. Through its attorneys; Marly ·md Butler of Mason City, the oil firm contends that both the stale unemployment compensation lau and the federal social security acl upon which the state law depends, are discriminatory, unconstitutional and void because they deny the taxpayer the due process of law and the equal protection o: the laws. It was also alleged tha the federal act is outside the province of congress. Visitors From Newton. BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. O. L Vaughn of Newton, Mrs. Alfrec Wallen and 'Mrs. Elmer Wallen and son, Norman, spent Mondaj with Mr. Vaughn's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. Vaughn, at Mason City. Home From Diibuque. WODEN -- Carl Kruse, studen' at the University of Dubuque, arrived home to spend Easter vacation at the home of his parents the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Kruse. Called To Miirshalliown LIME SPRINGS -- Mrs. Han Tibbals was called to Marshalltown by the death of her sister. BANKERS MEET HERE ON MAY 4 jroups Three and Four of Iowa Association to Hold Session, Bankers in groups three and our of the Iowa Stale Bankers nssociation, will meet in Mason 3ity May 4. A gathering of from 200 to 300 bankers from 17 North :owa counties is expected on .hat occasion. The schedule of the group sessions over the state was drawn up by Robert W. Turner of Council Bluffs, president of the state association. Signs Nebraska Law for 5 Cent Gas Tax LINCOLN, Nebr., (#)--Gov. K. L. Cochran signed the controversial five cents a gallon gasoline tax bill Wednesday. Iteturn From Ohio. COWS -- Mrs. Frank Hack- barfh, Lee and Vcrlyn Hackbarth and Mrs. George nankin returned from a visit in the Dr. Lester Hackbarth home in Toledo, Ohio. A H E C O R O N A D A T S ! X» b« tfiMroetve« book »A.i It tmt h| Wm Cere noir;tfn j, G»l fcl^btf $poJ»» uriih co(«io. noMiNG siflTT. TOUCH' « ·leliuli t l*crhu*tJ MAX BOYD 111 East Slate IWason City Give Mother A Holiday Come on Dad, brother and sister. Giv* Mom a. break and cook tonight's dinner. Here's a simple, easy, sure-fire recipe for a start! DINNER BELL Vi cup Kra.ted m " k - Add to ««"· » s. ham a«d *«**, P ites. Bake fn a moderalery hot wafnc Iron o«t r*c%m U y«u »emf -- Cfcr, Min^HT Town Crier Official · tt - _ ·C«r i l l n i t r a r t d : Sttperehirxer Scnej III?, 4-door cedan-- deli*. «red price at Detroit 11050, luh- j c c r to c h a n c e w i t h o u t notice. Trm p r i c e i n c l u d e ! G t o a p i A and D acccsiDries. Trantporta- IEOD, lute ana local taxci extra. TWO YEARS, Ja open eotuftnuioo -L America'* major motor Graham-bcilt cars have swept net}economy tide. Here is GnhamTc reooad far EJ37: $ Grab a rnNtf^ pri'cec begin at 770 \4.doer i»do* d«lir«r»d ot D«lrolk Sub]«ct t o chona* k wllhour nolle*. A d d l l l o n o l / ac»uo»l«i and ·qulpmtnl ' «o«8l-(rii(ipijna« llaU and loco] . consecutive year -- B Graham Soperdbargerf Fimt place winner in the AAA anctiaacd Gilmore-Yasamte Economy a GralmmSQpercharger! Second place winner in the Economy Sweepstakes -- * Graham OroaEerl In winning these coveted championships Graham has seta, pace unparalleled in antomoure history. Never before has one mamiracmrar woo the National Economy Championship for stock can two years running. Never before has one manufacturer taken first and second places in the Economy Sweepstakes. Test these great Graham Champions yourself. 1 You.too.will appreciate the indescribable thrill of I supercharger performance,thelurorioascom|brt, the effortless driving ease, the striking, modern beauty that are part and parcel of a champion. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 19 Third Street N. E. Phone 1174

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