The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 5, 1939 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 5, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 SOCIETY EVENTS Radio Play ,, to Be Given Over KGLO General Meeting of little Theater t o B e a t P . G . E . . "The Least of .These" is the play presented by the Mason City Little Theater radio group over KGLO Thursday evening at 9 o'clock. The leading role of a young boy in the drama will be taken by Bill Pickering. Others in the cast are Andrew Frelund, Miss Adelaide Stinehart, Mrs. W. L. Bennett, Bdyd'Bremner, Raymond · Leese and Haakon Bivedai. Miss Olga Moen is directing the play. The Little · Theater radio group broadcasts every other Thursday evening at 9 o'clock over KGLO. Other activities ot the Little Theater for April in addition to the radio group's performance include the general meeting on Wednesday night at 8 o'clock in the P. G. arid B. auditorium and the third play o£ the season, "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney," which is in rehearsal now under the direction of-Mrs. E. E. Hunter. UHL-HODGMAN LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hin^z announce the marriage of their daughter, Alva Hodgman ol Gets Interneship Miss Margaret Henely, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. Henely of Nora Springs, has just received an appointment to Montefiore hospital, New York City, for a year's interneship. Miss Henely is a senior dietetics student at Clarke college, Dubuque. Northwood, to Arthur E. Uhl of Salt Lake City, Utah, at Spirit Lake, March 28. The couple, accompanied by Billie Hodgman, has left for Salt Lake City where Mr. Uhl is manager of an electrical company in Utah. Mrs. .Uhl formerly operated a beauty shop in Northwood. WHY FALSE TEETH WEARERS HAVE BAD BREATH Millions Suffer Without Knowing! You can't notice any odor from your plate or bridge -- b u t others may! Dentists call this odor "denture breath" and it's serious. It comes from a mucui-scum that collects on plates and bridges. This scum is almost invisiWe-but it can make your breath so bad that friends shudder. It can breed decay-bacteria that Infect your other teeth, actually hurt your health and spoil your pleasure. Ordinary brushing often can't get this scum off plate or bridge--can'tprotectyou against "denture breath." But just try Paliaent! Foll- --dissolves it away and leaves your plate sweet and clean BS new. Your breath will be fresher, your mouth feel cleaner-and your plate last longer and look better. Polldent is approved by dental authorities, Good Housekeeping and tens ot thousands of delighted users. Long-lasting can costs only 30 at any drug store, v POLIDENT CUMU, PURIFIES UKE. MAGIC Do thit iaily: Add * little PoHdcnt powdtr to H rl«M -rtmter. Stir. Then put in plate or triage for 10 to minutes --Rime --and ifi ready to me I .dent not only cleans-it actually purifies plates and bridges without brustlng. It gets every bit of scum, tarnish, stain *nd odor Prevents "Denture Breath" Violin From New Kind of Glass Style Show Is Staged at Hanford New Spring Costumes Seen on Parade at Luncheon Program Costumes for spring were mod- tied in a fashion show luncheon jiven Tuesday afternoon in the Ved'ewood room of the Hotel Hanford by the Merkel company ind the B and B shoe store. A springtime setting had been arranged for the show and music vas provided by Joe Power's ensemble. Miss Betty Senneff sang at 'arious interludes in the fashion arade. her numbers including 'May Time," "The Easter Parade," 'Make Believe." Miss Dorine 'hapraan announced the show. i Sporls Costumes Seersucker h o u s e c o a t s and foundation garments opened the show and were followed by sports costumes including slacks and shirts in sharkskin and playsuils featuring shorts, shirts and detachable skirts. Washable sports shoes, sandals with carved wooden soles and heels and huraches were worn with these. Children's sun suits and play shoes were shown. Spectator sports costumes included a rose colored frock with blue grosgrain ribbon belt, blue gabardine shoes, a blue felt hat and a blue purse; a grey dress piped in blue with white lingerie trimming at the neck and sleeves; a two piece costume with a grey skirt, purple jacket and plaid blouse with a felt hat and water- snake shoes to harmonize; a dark blue gown with a white chalk stripe completed with a short jacket trimmed with white arid a blue felt hat. Children's Wear Children's clothes in this group were a yellow jacket and blue shorts for the boy, a red frock and a yellow sweater and turquoise skirt for the girls. A grey tweed coat with a wide black leather belt, a black dress with lingerie trimming, black pumps with white straps, a black patent purse and a:black hat with a white pique bow comprised one costume. A six way costume, a suit with a grey skirt and a black jacket having silver fox pockets, a coat which unsnaps into a jacket and skirt over a polka dot frock in the same shade of blue worn with straw accessories, were outstanding. Far Jackets Fur jackets of monkey fur over a dinner dress of black and white CITIZENSHIP IS REFUSED TO 3 25 of 30 Applicants Given Certificates in District Court Twenty-five of the 30 applicants for U. S. citizenship in dis- :rict court Tuesday were granted certificates while two were continued to September and three others dismissed. The petition o£ LouU S. Gazes was dismissed because of a criminal record and those of Mi's Frances Cardarelli and Miss Gare- fala Alambies because of insufficient proof of good moral charac- ter, the court records showed Wednesday. Those g r a n t e d citizenship Wednesday afternoon incided Mrs. Christine Halford, Ventura; Fred J. Hoots, Rockwell; Mrs. Eliesa Hoots, Rockwell; John H. Read, Clear Lake; John Lucsan, Mason City; Eli Grba, Mason City; Heinrich Reich, Mason City; John A. Anderson, Mason City, and Mike Chickara, Mason City. The hearings of Mrs. Magda Kristofferson and Dimitri Dimou, both of Mason City, were continued until the next regular day in September. Before the depression and recent droughts, nearly three acres of crops were harvested per person in the United States against one acre in Germany, a half in China and a fourth in Japan. Glass In a class by itself was used In making-'the violin played by a Berlin musician, to demonstrate this new chemical product to Germany, where self-sufficiency is a watchword. Basis of new material is wood, coal and chalk and It is described as powerfully resistant yet pliable enough to be sawed and bent. It's tone is said to equal that of a wood instrument. Fm a Busy Young Man ' I can't afford to wait around all day while water gets hot · The first few months I was here, they used to make^an awful fuss about giving me a bath. Every day, there was a parade of pans, and kettles, and bathtubs. Lots of times, I would be an hour or two late in having my daily splash. A busy young man can't afford to waste time like that. I stood it as long as I could, and then I insisted that w. get a modern automatic gas water heater ... polka dot taffeta, of white fox over a black taffeta and lace dinner dress, a silver fox bolero over a rose colored taffeta gown, a grey squirrel bolero over a blue net dance 'dress, a red fox jacket over a party dress with a red, white and blue plaid skirt with a white blouse and a white parka hood lined with plaid, and a silver fox jacket over embroidered black net were featured. Other costumes which won applause from the audience were ;i light blue wool suit with a brief jacket having wide lapels embroidered in white wool to match the blouse worn with a fresh earth felt hat and pumps and a blue purse and a number oE little girls' frocks and boys suits, and fur coats including grey and black Persian lamb, Japanese mink, skunk and cross . fox. .Models were Mrs. Frank Rich of Clear Lake, Mi's. Ora Bayless, Miss Donna Marie Sperry, Miss Norine DeLaney, Miss Susan Glanville and Miss DeLoris Nud- dleman. Children in the show were Loretta and Nancy Jane Sawtelle, Joann Chandlee and Robert M. Thomas. ~o-Church of Christ to Hold Communion on Thursday Evening The annual candlelight Coin munion service will be hel Thursday evening at the Churcl of Christ. A candle will be placet for everj- home present in the service. The service will bi opened by an organ prelude be ginning at 7:45. Slides representing the deatl and sufferings oE Jesus will b shown during this period withou interpretation. The official boari will enter at the processional, lei by the candle bearers. The servic will consist chiefly of scriptur readings, prayers, responsive scrip ture readings and congregation a singing of the old hymns. A short message will be bro.ugh by the minister, D. L. Kratz,' an the communion will be served t all who desire to partake. Mrs J. H. Marslon is in charge of th choir and L. S. Atkinson is i charge o£ the arrangement o church officers. R. E. Prusia is i charge of the ushers. $1.00 A MONTH Rents or 'Buy* One. What a Difference Automatic Water Heating Hat Made Now, all the hot water we want is watting: for us at the turn of a laucet whenever Mama is ready to give me a bath. Everybody else in' the house is just as happy about the whole thing as I am. We save an hour or more of time every day. Holy Community Will Be Held at Immanuel 'Holy Communion will be cele brated at the Immanuel Luthera church Thursday evening in service at 7:30. The pastor's com munion meditation will be on tl: subject. "Lord, to Whom Can Go'.'" The women's sextet wi sing "Into the Woods My Masle Went," Lanier. At this servic there will also be reception c members and adult confirmatio and baptism. and Out ° f the wa v 3n no time - because hot w h '- m J n !' te t^ -family- gets u p from t h e table. A n d washday is only about half the work -it used to be. If you ask me, every home -- whether there is a baby in it or not-- ought to have the comfort and convenience of a modern automatic gas water healer. TRY A "fUEL SAVER" NOW S A V E UP TO 20'V, OF Y O U R FUEL BILL! My dad tells me he wishes that he could always get as much for his money as he did when he made this investment. How about it ... have you got an "automatic" in your home? Whv not? Today** 1w rales on Natural Gai and the amazingly low cost of this qualttr "Fatl S»Ttr" Water Heater makes Automatic Gf Water Healing a genuine terrain. Provide your home wtth a "Fqel Sa^er" and enjoy real hot K»ler economy now. IT'S EASY TO HAVE AUTOMATIC HOT WATER HEATING 1. New Lower Price. Now Only $59.00 Installed. 2. Trade-in Allowance. 55.00 for Present Equipment. 3. No Down Payment. 4. As Low as $1 Per Mo. Rents or Buys One. CAeete Are Deserved by Wome HOLY THURSDAY TO BE OBSERVED High Mass Will Be Celebrated at Two Catholic Churches The celebration of high mass nd adoration of the 'Blessed Sac- ament throughout the day will onstitute^ the Holy Thursday ervices in the Catholic churches ·f the city. At St. Joseph's the Right Reverend P. S. O'Connor vill be the celebrant of high mass it 8 o'clock. The mass at the ioly Family church will be of- erert at 8 o'clock. Though on otliei- days of the ear there is no restriction on the number of masses offered in any church, . on Holy Thursday the church permits but one mass in a )arish. This is usually offered by the priest highest in dignity. May Assist Wearing cassock, surplice and stole, other priests who may be n the parish assist at the mass and receive Holy Communion from the hands of the celebrant In this way special commemoration is made of Christ with Hii disciples at the Last Supper. During the mass of Thursdaj two large hosts instead of one ar consecrated. One of these is con sumed at the communion. Th other is reserved for the service on Good Friday, when no con recreation takes place. At the em of the mass, while the choir sing the "Pange Linqua," this seconi host is carried in procession ti the altar of repose, where it receives special adoration through out Thursday. Joy and Sorrow Joy and sorrow mingle in th mass of Holy Thursday. Th purple vestments and veils o Lent are replaced by white, am flowers adorn the altars. The or gan is played and bells are run until after the "Gloria in excel sis," when they are silenced unti Holy Saturday. The epistle and gospel of th day enumerate the appropriat dispositions for receiving th Blessed Sacrament and recoun the incident of Christ's washin the apostles' feet. The prayers as for the immortality of which th Holy Eucharist is a pledge. The main altar, after the mas is finished, is left without th Blessed Sacrament, and is strippe Q[ its linens, flowers, and ligV to give expression to the sorroi of the church mourning over th sufferings of her divine founde FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily Lenten Devotional By DR. GAIUS G. ATKINS "TAKING SANCTUARY" Wednesday in Holy Wqck. Tl eternal God is thy refuge, and un demeath are the everlasting arm . . . Read Luke 22:1-6. The ' Gospels indicate one da in His last week in which Jcsu Who Serve SuCn D J s h e s l m a c i e no Public appearance. H enemies were busy; He Himse took .cantuary. Where? Doubtlc^ in Bethany. Spring had brightens the low hills which hid it from loved sane- La Chor Mixed Vegetables jrc necessary in preparing Sub Kum or Extra Fancy Chop Sucj- or Chow Meio. Each can contains water chestnuts, bamboo Jerusalem shoots, bean sprouts, mushrooms and ' sweet pepper, proportioned ind sliced correctly. Simply add celery and mear, and cpofc un rainutcs according to iti- 00 Insurance Agents ) Meet Friday for prmg Conference More than 100 agents of the armers Mutual Hail Insurance ssociau'on of Iowa will meet in iason City Friday for their an- ual North Iowa spring confer- nce. The meeting will be held at the iotel Hanford, opening with the eneral session in the morning and ontinuing in the afternoon with xiund table discussions oE insur- nce problems. President Carl P. Rutledge and ecretary W. A 1 . Rutledge of Des loines will be the principal peakers at the meeting. In addi- ion. discussions ot hail insur- nce will be led by Halpli Hayden, nd discussion of automobile in- urance by W. S. Rutledge and D. Miller. Special! Standard Machinele'ss Permanents $2-0° $9-25 ? 9 5 ° Shampoo ........... _ ........... 15c Fingerwave ............... 20c Haircut ...... ..................... 20c S u p e r v i s e d Student Work La' James COLLEGE H'/2 1st St. N. OF BEAUTY CULTURE Two outstanding col ors, caramel trimmei in caramel calf ani black trimmed in blac! patent. $6.75 struaions on the label. Use La Choy Mixed Vegetables,drained, and chopped, in preparing fancy Egg Foo Yorig, cicamca vegetables, or sahds. Write to ii Choy Food Products, Inc., Detroit, Michig.ui, Dcpt. C. for FREE BOOKLET "ThtArtundStcretsofOiiMieCooktry" PEOPLES'GAS · ELECTRIC COMPANY He had always their beauty; they were a tuary. His friends there were so understanding; friends are always' a sanctuary. Surely also Jesus withdrew into the sanctuary o[ His own spirit. The great crises of life always demand seasons of self- withdrawal, when we find the meanings of the past in meditative retrospect and mobilize our spiritual forces to meet the challenges of the future. Such unrecorded days arc the secret of our surest peace, the source of our surest strength. But they cannot quiet and empower us unless, in the sanctuary of the spirit, we find the assurance of our Father's favor and hear His directing voice. The sanctuary of Jesus' spirit "was garrisoned by the peace of God. So He faced the cross unafraid. Prayer: Teach, ur. Lord of our unrecorded days, the secret of so being alone with ourselves to find in solitude sources of power and in the sanctuaries of our own souls JThine assuring presence. A It's Easter Time Send her a boxful of spring--a, thrilling array of Kemble's gayest flowers. Or make . her the happiest lady in the Easter parade ' with an exquisite corsage. 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