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March 26, 1937

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

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MASON'CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 26 · 1937 SEVEN ;TY MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS AT UISCHNERS Grace Evangelical Missionary society met with Mrs. Fred Uisch- ncr, 2314 North Federal avenue, Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Ralph Steiner led the devotions. Plans were discussed for a missionary rally in April. It was an- MAN WANTED · in this community by large feed company. Must have car, livestock experience and be between 30 and 60 years old. Must be satisfied with earnings of $90 a month to start. Address K-26, care, of this paper. Name .. Address Age .... nounced that gifts had been sent to shut-ins and 55 calls made. Mrs. D. O. Ferleman led the lesson. Mrs. J. Jacobson, president of the Home Missionary group of Morran, N. Dak., told experiences in her work there. Mrs. Frank Fewins read a story, "Bessie's Easter Gift." Refreshments were served. --o-CENTRAL HEIGHTS CLUB ENTERTAINED Central Heights club was entertained by Mrs. Earl McKibben at her home where the time was spent informally and refreshments were served. The next meeting will be in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Harry Adams. --o-BRIDGE LUNCHEON GIVEN AT HANFORD Mrs. F. J. Swindell, 203 Tenth street northwest, and Mrs. E. M. Berroth, 114 Taylor avenue northwest, entertained at luncheon and bridge 'at the Euchre and Cycle club in the Hotel Hanford Thurs day. High score bridge prizes went to Mrs. H. T. Barclay, Mrs. C. E. Canby and Mrs. C. S. Gordon. --o-MINNESOTA COUPLE WEDS AT PARSONAGE Francis Howard Lovejoy of Hastings, Minn., and Miss Dorothy Mae Catieton of Mora, Minn , were married at the Trinity Lu therau parsonage by the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl. They were at tended by Elmer Larson and Miss Nellie Thompson of Mason City. --o-LARSON-THOMPSON Elmer Larson of Renwick and Miss Nellie Thompson of Mason City were married by the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church, -at the parsonage. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Cnrlelon Stewart. Mr. Larson and his bride will make their home on a farm near Renwick. She Is Bride 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 Vegetable Plate Fruit. Salad--Oranges, Apples, . G r a p e f r u i t Tropical Upside-Down Cake Here is a recipe for a different upside-down cake -- made with grapefruit. Vegetables for the plate may, ' of course, vary with what, you can get in the market at reasonable prices just now, and what canned vegetables you have on your shelves. Potatoes, Cauliflower, carrots and canned peas, beans or corn, make a nice combination. Tomatoes or beets add color. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schmidt, 151 Fourteenth street northwest, announce the marriage of their daughter, Eleanor Marie, to Lawrence James Dodds o£ St. Paul, which took place in Si. Paul Feb. 6. The bride is a graduate ot the Mason City high school and has lived in St. Paul the past five years. Mr. Dodds is employed in the general offices o£ the Northern Pacific railway in St. Paul. They will arrive in Mason City Saturday and the bride will spend two weeks with her parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Dodds arc making their home at 2350 Bayless avenue. St. Paul. (Photo by Kenneth Bright, St. Paul) er each a d d i t i o n till smooth. Pou over m i x t u r e in pan and bake moderate oven (350 degrees Fah renheit) 50 to CO minutes. Serv with whipped cream. We're RE A D Y FOR EASTER Today's Recipes T R O P I C A L UPSIDE-DOWN CAKE--One-half cup brown sugar firmly packed, two Jargc grapefruit, sectioned; one-third cup shortening, one-fourth, teaspoon salt, three-fourths cup sugar, one egg, one and one-half cups sifted cake flour, two teaspoons baking powder, one-half cup grapefruit juice. Butter thickly an 8x8x2 inch cake pan and cover bottom with brown sugar and g r a p e f r u i t sections. Cream shortening 'with salt. Add sugar gradually, then unbeaten egg, beating till light and fluffy. Sift together flour and baking powder. Add alternately with grapefruit juice a little at a time, beating aft- Shells From Buns. For each person to be served, SHEPHERD'S PAIN! WALLPAPER I$%F1R5T .S£HC*T; **'E- OHONC 062, ··· OPP. CMJ£DMANS ' SUNDAY IS EASTER Be reiidy for Easter Sunday. Have shoes rebuilt or re- colored. Have hat cleaned and blocked any style. Stop in Saturday for service. CENTRAL SHOE SHOP ... with Our Famous Nationally Advertised.,. We've Scores of Smart Styles for] GUARANTEED by GOOD HOUSEKEEPING as advertised therein This is just a "bird's: eye view" of what we! h a v e ! P e r t BOW: PUMPS! "Youngish" SPIRAL STRAPS! S Q U A R E T O E S ! SANDALIZED TIES! I n e v e r y d e s i r e d material and color! C H O O S E N O W while the selection large! FREE EASTER EGG Given ' with Each Purchase Saturday! hollow out the bottom of a barbecue bun, leaving a cup with the round brown crust as a bottom. Place.in oven and toast to a golden brown. Fill with chicken, fish, sweetbreads or any creamed vegetable and serve immediately. "Pastry shells" of this type are not too rich to serve to children. FLYER TELLS OF AIRLINER CRASH ·'ilot of "Flight 6" Sees "Flight 15" End With . Crash in Ravine. PITTSBURGH (#)--Capt. A. M. Vilkins, pilot of the TWA's flight 6" saw the ill fated "flight 5" end its flight in a ravine near he Pittsburgh airport, with 13 milled. Both planes had been preparing or a landing. Captain Wilkins' story: We were about ten miles from he airport when we first sighted 'flight 15." At the time were were flying it about 2,000 feet. I saw the other plane about 300 feet below us and about a mile ahead of us. It \vas headed in the same direction as ours and its flight appeared oerfectly normal. Spots Other Plane. When I spotted the other plane I immediately slowed up because we were moving up too fast. When we were within a half mile'of the plane we were flying about 800 feet and Bohnet (Pilot Larry Bohnet of "flight 15") about 500. It didn't last a minute. Bohnet apparently started to make a left turn. The nose of his plane dropped and he made two complete left-hand spirals with the nose in a.vertical position to the ground. It was about fitly feet from the ground when 1 looked away. Hits Nose First. My co-pilot L. M. Williams saw the actual crash. He said it went into the earth nose f i r s t and broke apart. H didn't bounce or turnover--just struck solidly head-on. There was no fire. I didn't circle the wreck. I as m i n d f u l of my duty to carry y own passengers to the airport FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily Lenton Devotional Prepared by Dr. Willard L. Spcrry for the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, Fifth Week--"Kidrcd Christian Virtues." THE CROSS. Good Friday. "Whosoever will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me." Read Mark 15:21-37. "There Is no other way to life and true Dr. Sperry. inward peace but the way o£ the holy Cross. Dispose and order all things as thou ;\vilt; yet shall thou only learn t h a t t h o u must ahvays s u f f e r , willingly or unwillingly; and so shall thou always find the Cross. "The C r o s s therefore is always readj r ; and e v e r y w h e r e waits for thee. Thou canst not Taken to Hospital. PLYMOUTH -- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Sheka's little girl was taken to a Mason City hospital. She was in a weakened condition, suffering from convulsions. She has been ill since the holidays. Returns From West Salem. LELAND--M. O. J; Maakestad is returning Thursday from West Salem, Wis., where he went thn first.of the week to attend the f u - neral of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Burt ibayle. Former Teacher Visitor. THOMPSON--Mrs. Fred Prusia of Saybrook, 111., was calling on friends in Thompson Thursday. Mrs. Prusia was called to the home Buy from Home Owned Grocery Little Pel ton BROOMS Known M.Tn.v Ytars as Being the Best MANY WOMEN REFUSE TO BUY ANY OTHER --we had four aboard--as qirickly s I could. Of course, I radioed news to the airport w i t h o u t elay. I haven't the slightest concep- on of what happened. I couldn't ven guess. Everything appeared normal. F A R M CHILDREN G I V E N N O T I C E OF E D U C A T O R S DR. GARRY C. MYERS, Til. D. Child Psychologist Having grown up on a f a r m and worked hard there for a number of years, I naturally enjoy meeting with groups of farm folk. It has been my good fortune to serve during three different years on the Ohio Farmers' week program, at Ohio State university. On the 1937 program I was assigned to speak on "Helping Youth." Here are a few of my remarks: 3Ioney Measure. "The youths of our nation are hampered by the money measure of success; and this yardstick, obviously, has harmed the rura. youth more than the city youth. We oldsters might help much by finding ways to lead him to see and feel t h a t life does not consist oC the abundance of thing? that nne possesses. In spite of the economic hardships of the depression, most of those who havi been able to carry on have gained spiritual advantage through learning to realize that the most enduring values are not measured by money. But w i t h prosperity returning, will the drive for dollars deaden youth's idealism? . . . "The grange, school, church anc P.-T. A. could do so much more for youth if they allowed and inducec more 'teen age boys and girls anc young Vnen and women to participate in their programs. And i only the adult groups would offer more ways for the adolescent boys and girls to get together in home, and elsewhere, under good environment, for good times together Why are rural .and city homes churches, clubs, schools and P.-T A.'s so complacent, even t r y i n g to keep boys and girls a p a r t , while the roadhouse and public d a n c halls lure them in great numbers'' Cultivating Independence. "We can f u r t h e r h e l p youth b; cultivating in him wholesome cmo tional and economic independence and with them a sense of respon sibility, having begun at the cradle, to the end that our you... ; fplk may have good mental health be likable among their fellows, anc be and become good citizens. Chil dren who are well guided at homi in their earlier years don't neei much parental management by th ; time they are in their teens. . . "Working on ourselves, w adults can learn to understani youth better and help him f i n i wholesome outlets for c.xpressioi and enjoy relative achievemen'. We may help him reduce his fcarf worries and anxieties and, bette still, help him avoid them. We ca do more to make him feel worth, in his f a m i l y group and among hi fellows.' To t h i s end we can ac quire more sympathy with him seeing a little as he sees, thinkin a little as he thinks, and feeling little as he feels. . . . What big ger dividends can be gained tha those from winning and maintain ing the confidence and esteem o our growing youths?" --o-- Returns to Le fllars. BRITT--Mrs. Ruth Latham re turned to her home at Le Mar Tuesday after an extended vis. at the home of her sister, Mr Frank Casler. ' Return Frflm Visit. SWALEDALE -- Mrs. Willia; Penny returned from a visit wit relatives in Ackley. Home From Minneapolis. BRITT--Mrs. E. E. Braley and darvel Dell Braley are spending his week in their homb here. Miss raley leaches in a school in Min- eapolis and is e n j o y i n g her-Easer vacation. escape it, whithersoever thou run- nest; for where thou wilt thou carriesi thyself with thee; and shalt ever find thyself. "Why then fear to take up the Cross; through which lies the road to the kingdom. In the Cross is salvation, in the Cross is life; in the Cross is strength o[ mind, in Ihe Cross joy of spirit. Take up therefore thy Cross and follow Jesus. He went before bearing His I Cross; t h a t thou also mayesl bear thy Cross. H thou be p a r t a k e r of His s u f f e r i n g ; thou shalt be also of His glory." From "The Imitation of Christ" by Thomas a Tvempis; Book II. Chapter XII. "The King's Way of the Holy Cross." Prayer: Almighty God, who dost prove us by the fires ot tribulation, but who dost not try us beyond that we are able, strengthen us for the times of our passion, that we be not slrangers to Ihe sufferings of Christ. Give us at our latter end victory over the last enemies of our soul and confidence to commend our spirits into Ihy hand: through Ihe same Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. PEACHES Mayflower large 2 £,° n --13c We have just made a larfre purchase of these delicious peaches. Drive down at once as our supply is limited, anil the price is ridiculously low. Imitation Strawberry Preserves 2lb.Jar ISc These won't last lon^ at this price. Gat yours now. Visits In Des Moines. GOODELL--Howai'd Dennis vis- ted Tolcy Ahrenkiel, who is at- ending Drake university at DCS loines, and attended the state bas- ·.etball tournament. He also visited lie Rev. and Mrs. Herline, a lorm- r Goodell pastor, now of Des rloines. We Pay 22c a Dozen in trade for eggs. Join our many farmer customers who bring: us their eggs. M O R R I S Food Sto^e ?.21 Sixth Street S. W. : her father, near Lake Mills, everal weeks ago by his serious Iness. Mrs. Prusia was a former lier in the local schools. Fried Half Sprine French Fried Potatoes ChicUcn. in *±UC Rialto Cafe 123 South Federal CENTRAL FOOD Phone 516 South of P. O. Open Nights and Sundays. "Shop Under One Roof" WE DELIVER EASTER SPECIALS ICE CREAM, Home Made, qf. CHICKENS, Fresh Dressed, Fries or Broilers, Ib. . . . POTATOES, Good Cookers, peck WHITE SODA, LIME RICKEY, GINGER ALE . . . Plus Deposit NEW POTATOES, 4 Ibs. Complete Line of Good Cold BEER Winners Are Entertained. PLYMOUTH -- In the Farmers Wives a n n u a l attendance and program contest, the losers entertained the winners Tuesday night at a party and luncheon at the D. W. Dimlon homo, 2' miles southeast o£ Rock Falls. Visitors From Frccport. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Catherine Coombs and Miss Geneva Coombs f Freeport, 111., visited at the Hen Calvert home. Mrs. Coombs s the former Catherine Caygill o£ Jnden, Wis. CORNS These soothing, healing pads instantly relieve pa in; atopflhocprcasurejsafclyrc- mpve corni* Coit but ML trifle. Sold everywhere. DfSchoIIs lino pads DON'T WEAR YOUR GLASSES too long Many preventable conditions can be avoided by having your eyes examined every year. 28 First 'Street S. E. HATS CLEANED .for Spring A good cleaning and blocking will moke it look smart again! PHONE 788 With shorter skirts definitely the vogue this Easter, smart is the woman .who chooses shoes that flatter her feet. And that's just w h a t our new Spring shoe styles are designed to do--in both materials and lines they are the smartest a p p e a r i n g shoes you've seen in years . . . and they're priced so you can a f f o r d two or three pairs. BLUES - GREYS - BEIGK - BLACKS - BROWNS COMBINATIONS THE INC 110 North Federal Avenue An Expert- at Work With a complete stock of genuine watch p a r t s , made for your watch, crystals that fit. Stone setting and jewelry repairing. WATCHES. DIAMOND 3 WEST STATE J u n i o r .' Did you take your balh and cleaned up for .Supper ? Very well, Junior- you heat.some water on the Kitchen ranfe- and do as I told you Aw.Gec, Mom. -- t h e wateri cold as ice Aw, Heck, Mom- why can't we }et a GAS Woter Heater IlKe SpiRe's folKs have -- /hert we'd always have plenty of hot water- 'h" Spiki jays it doesn't coit any more than trying to heat water on the Gosh - it's fun ·fo 1aK.e a bath when you ^ot plenty of hot water m the faucgf / And I don't have to it up stairs Why. junior -- d i d you taKe a bath without bein? (old ?--Wcll.if you did oil that by yourself ] tfuess youdciervc to Jo tothe movies.' Sure, Mom, ili fun now we ?of oil the hot wafer we need. An' 1 washed my ears,too - Con I }o to Hi2 movies aflef supper, Mom? Sec Ihe New Automatic Gas Water Heaters at the Peoples Gas and Electric Company

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