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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                2 Sept Z8 1948 rfaion City GlobeGEielte Mason City U Fred Drooling Over Tasteful Food Recipes By FKEDERICK C OTHMAN United Press Staff Corespondent Washington UR The ladies who edit the womens pages of this nations newspapers slowly are doing me in Yes you are la dies The meat shortage by itself I can stand Wan am I from a diet of baked cucumbers and fricaseed eggplant weak from eatingrutabagas a la Rockefeller compote of boiled cel ery and similar foods hitherto consumed mostly by rabbits That is bad my beautiful editorial friends but why must you add to my agony The newspapers by the dozens and the scores Do I read about the democrats denouncing the republicans for the empty butcher shops Or viceversa No ladies I do not I dont even glance at the funnies Some strange perverse power some unnatural psychological urge forces me to thumb rapidly to the womens pages and there torture myself reading recipes for good things to eat I have in front of me now causing me to drool and feel dizzy in the solar plexus a recipe culled from the current issue of one of Americas great newspapers How to make meal balls For a family of 9 Take 10 pounds of pork and veal mixed and chopped add par sley garlic 4 eggs pepper and salt 1 cup of cracker meal and Editors in skirts you are killingme I do not mean with laughter I have here a recipe for potted pork thick pork in 3 cans of chicken soup Ladies have a heart From New England comes a current formula for corn chowder Cut salt pork in tiny dice and fry until crisp add com cream Another Borgia trying to poi son me in my own gastric juices writes It wont be long now be fore the mighty hunters start oil ing up their guns Probably the first thingsthey will bring home will be a bag full of tiny reed birds so small they are eaten al most bones and all Some experts insist that all the cooking these little fellows need is to be wrapped in grape leaves and then in bacon and salt pork and grilled on skewers under the flame I am a mighty hunter Maam but I am not going after reed birds I shall bag a womens page editor wrap her in a leaf put her on a skewer and so hope to regain my sanity Ladies you should not irritate a fellow when hes hungry It brings out the can nibal in him Before I grow too weak to lift my pen I must report finally and hurriedlythat I also have the ac count of a cruel editor who went to a cocktail party They had the biggest turkey I ever saw she wrote And a huge ham We made our own sand wiches That does it Lady you better run I have got 2 pieces of bread and a butcher knife Grrrr Thats the growl of a man who has read the womens pages and become a savage beast Wesley Methodist Church Eally Day A CHURCH TAKES INVENTORY Mens Rally Parsonage Retreat But exort one another dally while it is called today Ifcst any of you be hardened through the deceitfulness of sin Heb 1615 Delaware N E Sunday A M Morning A M C As Service P M Evangelistic Service P M SPECIAL SERVICES Revival service with the GospqJ Music Makers begins P M EEV C B BELL Pastor THE GOLDEN TEXT Love worketh no ill to his neighbor love therefore is the fulfillment of the law Romans ADVENTIST SeventhDay 1410 S Delaware W Roger Holley pastor Services every Sat urday Sabbath school Church scrv ALLIANCE Gospel school worship The Rev Stanton Rich ardson of St Paul Bible Institute guest minister Voung peoples fellowship 7 Evangelistic service 8 the Rev S Rich ardson Lowell L Young pastor ASSEMBLIES OF GOD 1615 Delaware W E Sunday school worship C A service 7 evangelistic service 8 midweek serv ices Tuesday and Thursday 8 The Rev C B Bell pastor BAPTIST St 6th S W Sunday school preaching 11 the Rev B F Park er B P U Home and foreign mission groups to give program assisted by the choir at 8 Mrs Ida Mae Stephen in charge CATHOLIC St masses as follows 8 9 and The Very Rev P J Behan bead of the Mason City deanery the Rev A Hearing and the Rev Joseph A Krocheski Holy N W Sunday serv ices 7 8 9 10 and 11 Monsignor R P Murphy the Rev Robert Swift and the Rev Edward Riley officiating CHBISTIAN at 4th N W George O Marsh pastor Sunday Christian Educa tion day Bible school wor ship Prepare Ye the Way 5 intermedi ate and senior CYF downtown Protestant service First Baptist church Mr Marsh First Christian church will preach Christs Proposal for World Or der Wednesday fellowship dinner 7 service of preparation for World Com munion CHURCH OF CUBIST SCIENTIST and 3rd N W Sun day service at 11 Subject Reality Sun day school 11 for pupils under 20 Wed nesday evening meeting 8 Reading room cast wing of church week days 11 a m to 5 p m cmracn OF GOD Chnrch of God in school service 12 evening serv ice Weekday services Tuesday and Friday at B p m The Rev Harold Haith cox pastor CONGREGATIONAL at 1st N E Minister Roy C Helfensteta M A D D Mrs James E Stlnehart organist Sunday school rally worship sub ject The Divine Warning this being the last of a series of 3 sermons on this theme pilgrim felloivsbip EPISCOPAL First N E at Rev C Bur nett Whitehead rector Holy Communion 8 church school and 11 morning prayer 21 Organ prelude Mrs R E Patton organist Sermon Two Present World Needs Mrs T J Kiessel bach will sing Wards Oh Brother Fold to Thy Heart Thy Brother Man EVANGELICAL N W and Adams F W WendlanS pastor Sunday school 10 Rally day will be observed John H Cal houn associate general secretary and program director of the local YMCA will be guest speaker Worship 11 Mid week prayer service Wednesday at GREEK ORTHODOX At 1401 N Washington The Hev Fa ther Ambrose G Giarinoufeos Vespers and confessions every Saturday 7 Sun day Matins High mass Holy days a m Catechism for children 6 to every Friday JEHOVAHS WITNESSES Services at 1617 S Federal Watchtower study The Harvest the End of the World also Harvest in Progress Among AU Nations p m LUTHERAN 4th and 5th on Delaware N E Sunday school 1st service Anthem by junior choir Savior 2nd service with Holy Communion Senior choir O Jesus King Most Wonderful Sermon The Sorrowing Christian Family C A HlrtK pastor 329 E Stale Sunday school chief service 11 anthem The Lord Is My Light by Allitsen sermon The Teaching of the Church Concerning the Lords Supper Marvin O Lee pastor Immanuel 5th S Jersey Ernest A Bergeson pastor St Michaels day Sun day school Rally day program awards and promotion divine worship sermon Christian Becoming Mts Ber fieson will sine Beside Still Waters by Hamblen Our Saviors Midland Heights Church school Bible class 10 worship 11 Warren L Haggen of Luther Seminary will eive the sermon Wtst Worship 9 Warren Hag rcn will give the sermon Church school C Henry Anderson pastor St 5U2 6th S E Sunday school divine worship sermon Re ligious Education Senior choir Sane tus by Gounod Sunday 7 p m Senior league Oswald E GMall pastor Sunday school Calvary chapel 9 at Trinity church worship at Palace theater 11 anthem Hallelujah to the Lord Christiansen Sermon The Treasurer of the Heart Alvin N Rog ness pastor BtETHODIST Washington at 2nd N W Lloyd A Gustafson D D minister church school worship reception of mem bers sermon The Early Church Bad a anthem Lord for Thy Ten der Mercies Sake Farrant solo Eye Hath Not Seen Gaul Miss Donna Sharp Baptismal service for infants and adults and reception of members at 3 p m Mrs Bertha Patchen organist Free Sunday school 10 worship 11 young peoples adult song and praise service worship 8 Hoy J Johnston pastor Union 610 N E Jordan Ray pastor Churchschool wor ship 11 The Rev Hildrn L Overton superintendent of our Kansas City dis trict will preach Wednesday evening at and will hold quarterly conference following the service Wesley Pennsylvania and J4th S E Paul Arnold Peterson minister Rally day All departments of the church school worship sermon A Church Takes p m Mason City subdistrict mens rally parsonage retreat NAZAKENE 331 W Sunday school rally at worship young peoples pray er meeting young peoples devo tional meeting 7 evangelistic service S Sunday is a rally day in the entire Church of the Nazarene Evert O Davis pastor OPEN BIBLE 170S Carolina S E Sunday school worship 11 young peoples service 7 evangelistic servicR 8 Tuesday and Thursday prayer and Bible study 8 Elbert Dougherty pastor FEESBYJEEIAN Washington at 9th N W Wilbur Frank Clerking minister worship 11 sermon Man of God Wept Mrs Roy Servison organist Mrs Kermit Lar son will sing He That Keepcth Israel by Schlosser Church school at 10 and 11 Westminister fellowship 7 at the parish house INTERDENOMINATIONAL alvation Army 510 S Federal Major K Davis Sunday school 9 outpost Sun day school 10 citadel Sunday school 2 p m 1002 6th S W Worship 11 cita del Y P L meeting in charge of Miss Arlene Moore assisted by TJielme Young Evangelistic service 8 Public worship Tuesday 7 Corps Cadet and Bible study Thursday 2 Needle and Shuttle sewing club Thursday pray er meeting and public worship Friday 7 band practice Saturday 10 junior legion and handicraft classes Tony BEST BETS ON KGLOCBS Clinw Handsome Tony Maitin sings current SnOW favorites on the Tony Martin Show at p m Her nibs Miss Georgia Gibbs is Tonys singing partner Baritone Andy Russell and stylist Peggy Mann sing the latest popular tunes on Your Hit Parade at 7 p m Mark Warnows orchestra provides the accompaniment plays the top 9 tunes and declares a few musical bonuses Robert Cummings plays the lead in The Most Dangerous Game on Hollywood Star Time at 9 p m The story concerns a man who is shipwrecked and cast away on a Carribean island which belongs to a former Ger man army officer Bud Suter has added a Saturday night edi KOUnaup tion to his sports Roundup at p m Highlights and scores of football games all over the country will be aired on the new sports shot Consult Schedule for Time Changes In addition to 3 new musical l mysterydrama and 1 which debutover KGLOCBS on Sunday listeners will also be treated to a special 90minute Stars in the Afternoon broadcast designed to introduce CBS fall and winter shows Ozzie Nelson and Harriet Billiard officiate as joint emcees on the program which begins at 2 p m Sunday Hildegarde Joan Davis Arthur Rodzinski Baby Snooks Lionel Barrymore Phil Baker Jack Carson and Eddie Bracken are among the stars set for the gala presentation More below about the aforementioned new shows fa NOTE TIME CHANGE fa fa LI t Phil Spitalnys allgirl orchestra switches to nour Or KQLOCBS when the Hour of Charm makes its debut at p m Sunday The Spitalny show will retain Evelyn and her magic violin as featured soloist Spitalny is introduc ing 2 new vocalists Joanne Jennings soprano and Gloria Dumont contralto fa NOTE TIME CHANGE fa fa Hour Baritone Ray Middleton currently starring in nour Annie Get Your Gun will be Patrice Munsels guest on the Family Hour Sundayat 4 p m Middleton solos on Glory Road famous spiritual and later joins the Family Hour cast in a medley of tunes from Annie Get Your Gun Miss Munsel offers Rombergs French Military March and the aria Linda di Donizettis opera fa NOTE TIME CHANGE The Sihnrfnw Lament Cranston and his alter ego The Shadow ine jnuuww soive the sandhog Murders on The Shadow broadcast Sunday at p m Its an eerie tale of murder in a dark tunnel far beneath the river fa fa NOTE TIME CHANGE fa fa A DithersBunastead outing in the Dithers automobile Luther College to Get 2 Surplus Buildings From Algona Camp Washington college of Decorah Iowa is scheduled to get 2 surplus buildings from the prisoner of war camp at Algona Iowa which will provide class room space for 400 veterans The federal works agency an nounced Friday that the buildings were to be transferred to the Lu ther college The agency said sur plus cafeteria equipment for the college may also be authorized later by the war assets administra tion Enrollment is expected to be 750 at the college including 350 vet RADIO CHAPEL Carl J Sentman Pastor Bible Broadcast School the Prophet Second of a series Message on the Leaves Peoples Services OPA Gives Freedom to Canned and Frozen Fruits Vegetables Washington removed mce ceilings Saturday from loney vinegar mince meat and a long list of canned and frozen fruits and vegetables Decontroled vegetables were canned and frozen mixed vege ables except those containing at east 20 per cent tomatoes or corn canned and frozen green peas ima beans asparagus rhubarb canned lentils and several types of canned peas and frozen corn proccoli brussel sprouts cauli flower and turnips The list of decontroled fruits include Canned and frozen plums plum iuice apricots puree and nectar mines and prune juice cranber ries including sauce and jelly and Concord grapes and Concord grape juice canned figs and fig paste frozen apples apple juice and applesauce frozen peaches peach juice and puree and frozen mixed fruits TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 A M Palace Theater REV ALVIN N ROGNESS PASTOR A cordial invitation to all Union Sunday Evening PreThanksgiving Services at FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH P M The pastors of the six following downtown churches participating in this Religious Emphasis Series Baptist Congregational Christian First Methodist Presbyterian and Trinity Lutheran Special Music Timely Message Happy Fellowship One hour service beginning promptly at P M Rev George 0 Marsh speaker tomorrow night at the second service of the series erans The main college building at Decorah was burned in 1942 the agencyreported 2 Sioux Cityans Die and 3rd Person Saved When Boat Capsizes Perham Minn Sioux Sty Iowa residents died and a 3rd was saved when the boat in which they were riding was cap sized by a high wave on Little McDonald lake near here Friday H S Varley drowned and Jos eph Brewer died of a heart attack after reaching shore Larry Hess who was saved said the 3 regained the swamped boat which was anchored in deep wa ter but Varley was swept away 3y another wave Hess and Brew er reached shore by drifting along side the overturned boat Hess said he went for help and when he returned he found Brew er dead of what local authorities said was a heart attack induced by his experience Daylight Time Ends for Half of Nation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS About half the nations popula tion turns back the clock Saturday night and goes back to standard time Daylight saving time ends at 2 a m Sunday for everyone bul residents of a few communities in Maine where farmers will con tinue to use the extra hour of sunshine in harvesting their po tato crop Twentythree states including Iowa which did not go on day light time will be unaffected The Nuernberg live eggs were the first pocket watches evei made f lc Develops a crisis for Dagwood when Blondie Fixes a Car during Sundays Blondie broadcast at p m Arthur Lake and Penny Singleton star as Dagwood and Blondie fa NOTE TIME CHANGE fa fa Blood AArtwow Dashiell Hammetts famous sleuth Sam Spade hardbitten detective moves to KGLOCBS as of Sunday 7 p Blood Money one of Hammetts most tense and actionpacked mysteries will be dramatized on the first program toward Duff whose portrayal of the tough humorous private eye las won wide acclaim will be heard as Sam Spade NOTE TIME CHANGE fa Crime Doctor 1r astute stata psychiatrist played vrime ixubiur jy jjouse Jameson turns a clue to a criminals disadvantage and sends him to trial on Crime Doctor Sunday at p m NOTE TIME CHANGE fa Mfpf Cnrlicc Arrhor In an episode entitled Theres Many a lYieer WOniSS Arcner and Dexter work out a system to pick race track winners onthe Meet Corliss Archer jroadcast Sunday at 8 p m The system works as long as its played reside the radio with nobody betting but when Mr Archer tries it at the race track Dexter and Corliss make themselves scarce jf NOTE TRIE CHANGE Eddie Bracken Just an orphaned country boy with caaie ordCKen anow short arms trying to get in a oarding house somewhat light in the head and heavy in the heart with unrequited love thats Eddie Bracken in his new comedy show which makes its debut Sunday at p m Eddies first series of mis iaps has to do with race horses and women Featured with Bracken are Ann Rutherford as Connie Monahan Jariet Waldo as Janet Funk and William Demarest as Mr Monahan fa fa NOTE TIME CHANGE fa as he seems when he gives out with a tune on his accordion The care he Sives the instrument is fanatical and his joy in playing lit comes close o being a malady Bakers squeeze box symbolizes his deliverance from poverty to stardom and the accordion is and will be his trade mark NOTE TIME CHANGE One Mans Onininn National Newspaper Week Oct 1 to wne man s upmion fee thg subject for the GlQbe jazette managing editors once a week commentary at p m Sunday The history and the meaning of freedom of the press will come in for some attention KGLOCBS DAILY PROGRAM SCHEDULES Saturday P M Baseball Scores Accent on Music Sports Camera News of the Nation P G E Clausen Your Evening Serenade Tony Martin Show Evening in Paris CBS Vour Hit Parade Lucky 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productivity per man is the answer he asserted That means more output per hour and more hours worked per week Generally he said productivity is already above prewar levels In a monthly production re port small said August output of most consumer tires washing machines radios stoves vacuum cleaners had passed the prewar records This was not true of cars re frigerators or sewing machines But the car makers built 241000 vehicles in AugustSmall reported and expect to pat out 1000000 in in the next three months By the end of the year he pre dicted many of the relatively few remaining shortages will vanish On the great mass of goods shortages are already a thing of the past As these shortages are worked off our controls will be dropped he promised In a message to field officials however he said CPA field functions will have to be carried on through the major portion of 1947 Broadcast on Meat Shortage Announced by Packinghouse Union The United Packinghouse Work ers of America Local No 38 an nounce that their members and the public in general may hear a discussion Sunday on Why the Meat Shortage by Ralph Hel stein international president of the union on a coast to coast radio broadcast of the Northwest ern Reviewing stand Mutual Broadcasting system The broadcast will originate from Chicago at a m Chi cago daylight saving time or a m Mason City time Mason City listeners may hear the program over WMT Cedar Rapids or KRNT Des Moines This should be of muchinterest to the entire public who today sit down to meatless meals an offi cer of the local union stated Mr Helstein has been able to pro cure vital inforation in negotia tion with all the packers whose employes are members of the union it was stated Find Boys Body Des Moines body of Dennis Lucas 4 object oi a wide spread search was recovered by polibe from the Raccoon river Friday night An airplane and 30 Boy Scouts aided in the hunt for the boy who wandered away from the home of his grandparents Mr and Mrs Charles Lucas Thurs day Killed by Car Des Moines Craw ford 59 Des Moines was killed Friday when struck by an auto mobile NBC NETWUBK IMO SJtocrelet Sign On News Farm Tips Farm Reporter Iowa State Brand Creameries Inc Jensen Morning News MlHer Morning News Roundup CBS Tune Time Keep Time With Damons Holsum Headlines liolsutn Bread Hilton Victorious Living Especially for You Today in Osage Bible Broadcast Radio Cbapc Clear Lake on tbe Air Romance ot Evelyn Winters Man batian Soap CBS Time to Remember CBS Jfeirs Digest Jacob E Decker and Sons Clausen Waltz Time Grand Slam Wonder Bread CBS Home Town News GlobeGazette Clausen Kate Smith Speaks General Foods CBS ItslS Slystery Melody Romance of Heleln Trent American Home Products CBS Our Gal Sunday American Home Products CBS Dinner Time Review Noon Roundup Sears Roebuck Co Front Pago Hews Osco Drags Hil ton Meet the Band Tbe Second Mrs Burton General Foods CBS Mailbag Arthur Godfrey Time CBS Winner Take All CBS G E House Party General Electric Co CBS News National Biscuit Co Accent on Music Columbia School of the Air CBS Oklahoma Roundup CBS Quincy Howe and the News CBS KGLO Forum Hours Ahead Sports Camera Robert Trout With tne News Till Now Campbell Soups CBS News of tbe Nation P G E Clausen Your Evening Serenade Ozzle and Harriet International Silver CBS Inner Sanetam Bromo Seltier CBS Joan Davis Show Swan Soap CBS News Grain Belt Beer Lux Radio Theater Lever Bros CBS Screen Guild Players Esther CBS Bob Hawk Show Camels CBS Evening News Roundup Vance Music Co Hilton When Lights Arc Low Eileen Farrell CBS News CBS Randy Brooks Orchestra CBS David Le Winters Orchestra CBS ews CBS SATURDAY EVENING Truth or Con Dance Cam Barn Dance News Can U Top T Grays Orch Dance Frolic Judy Canova Sunset Frolic Jimmy Joy The Jamboree News Dance Party Music News Dance Jubilee Music SUNDAY SEPT 29 Bible Bcjast Quiz Program News Story Salon Concert Christian Sc News Symphony News Music Bob Burns Jack Benny Pilgrims Hour Bandwagon News Amer Legion Radio League Church Serv Canary Show Corn Story Houndtable Frank Black C McCarthy Tommy Dorsey Merry Go Rd Fam Music Don Ameche Life oi Riley News Billboard Harv of Stars Vets Fgm Cavallaro America Unit One Mans P Fitzpatrick S 00 Quiz Kids Old Fash Rev GREATEST ALLSTAR PROGRAM ON THE AIR AFTERNOON Produced and directed by WILLIAM N ROBSON and ROBERT LEWIS SHAYON Sunday September 29 from to p m Davenport Man Gets 5 Year Old Twins Back Chicago H Ang strom 36 year old Davenport Iowa factory foreman Saturday had custody his blond 5 year old twins Edwin and Judy Circuit Judge Cornelius J Har rington ordered the twins turned over to the father after Angstrom lad compelled his former wife and he twins mother Mrs Marion A Sosinski 29 Chicago to bring them to court Angstrom won custody of the twins in a divorce trial action last year but had agreed to let the mother have them for one summer month if they remained in Iowa She came to Chicago in July Ang strom said and he had to hire private detectives to find her The mother was arrested last week on an Iowa fugitive warrant charging kidnaping Angstroms attorney Stewart B Krohn said she was out on bond await ng a hearing in Iowa on Oct 3 Haiti has a population of about 3500000 1300 on your dial CBS NETWORK The Biggest Show in Town Reveal Blood Clots Were Found in Brain Area of Womans Body Clinton G E Stewart Clinton pathologist told a district court jury Friday that blood clots and free blood in the area of the brain were found in an examina tion of the body of Mrs Mary Garla Carroll last Feb 25 Testifying in the 2nd degree murder trial of Mrs Carrolls hus band Vincent J Carroll 46 Dr Stewart asserted that the head of the woman would have had to come in contact with a hard ob ject to have caused that injury The doctor said Mrs Carroll could not have had that injury more than 16 hours Carroll is being tried on an in dictment returned by the Clinton county grand jury following an investigation of the death Feb 24 of Mrs Carroll The pathologist said that 39 bruises all 24 hours or less old were found on Mrs Carrolls body listm SUNDAY PM mm OF HIM Evelyn her magic violin and tne allgirl orchestra KGLO 1300 on Tour Dill CBS Network Newest from Hollywood CBS NETWORK PREMIER ADVENTURES SUNDAY AT 7 KGLO SAN SPADE NEWEST AND BEST MYSTIXT DWECTID BT WILLIAM SPONSOftED BT WILDROOT CREAMOIL The Adventures of Sam Spade is strictly pro calibre writing acting aad production are top quality says Variety Magazine ANN RUTHERFORD os Connie Eddies HeartThrob WILLIAM DEMAREST as Monahan EddiesHeartBum JIMMY WA1L1NGTON And a Grand Comedy Cast j KOLO   

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