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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 15, 1937, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 15 1937 THREE MAN WILL TEST TOWNSEND PLAN Supervisor of Washington Club Posts to Be Spent CHELAN Wash to a person ol GO or over and lell him ho must spend it in a Isom Lambs idea of how to prove if old age pen sions will work He has posted 51200 in a bank tor six months test Lamb Townsend club super visor sponsoring the test appealed iriday for suggestions on the fair est way to choose the spenders He said complications had arisen an the balloting method selec tion set to end Saturday Lamb asserted Chelan merch ants almost unanimously agreed to cooperate by paying a per cent transaction tax on each earmarkeddollar spent wit them This tax money would g r fund f ci yuul ltl 1 1U L cli for the succeeding you about God Have their ques been easy to answer into the months It people like the merchants iigree and do pay a voluntary 2 per cent tax each time they handle one of these dollars within six months all Chelan county Town send plan eligibles will be receiv ing a month and local busi ness will be increased by at least 300 per cent said Isom 1 am betting this will be a fdctr Nominations continued today for the person to spend the first S200 in the 30 days succeeding Jan 18 Whether this person shall spend the five other monthly allowances mined was not yet deter R N A Officers Installed Oak camp 474 Royal Neighbors installed Mrs E J Steil oracle Thursday after noon in the home of Mrs Florence Swancy Mrs Wilbur Meckstrolh was installed as receiver in place of Mrs Ruth Young who resign ed Twenty members were pres ent WIFE PRESERVERS Decorate your milk puddings with slices of banana cut on the bias MANY QUESTIONS ASKED BY CHILD CONCERNING GOD DR GARIIY C MYERS PH D Child Psychologist What have your children asked from their own children To quote further from President Baker The childs ideas and question ings concerning God gradually change become less realistic be come more involved as his think ing develops in this field The number of questions asked of oth ers become fewer as the child ap proaches adolescence In spite of the fact that he is more able to reason and to arrive at his own conclusions the adolescent is often in need of an older friend with whom he can discuss his religious problems Dynamic Contention i It has been suggested that the concept is acceptable for an indi vidual which at a moment has greatest meaning and potency in his life What kind of theory of life do we want our children to deduce from their experience with us Do we wish it to be a static concept of a world ruled by a creator who acts in every situation as a direct agent and controlspeople and events to his own ends Or do we seek to inspire a more dynamic conception of a world where each individual has his own share of responsibility in creating beauty i and in making a more wholesome society of a world where unsel Clear Lake GlobeGazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUQA A ONEIL News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Residence Phone 296J Eyanston who has written several books on religious educa tion contributed a good article on When Children Ask About God in the December 1936 issue of Childhood Education Her article grew out of the answers by 200 parents to a questionnaire about the questions on religion asked by their children To quote Childrens questions about God contributed by parents are very realistic Where does God live What does He eat Does Hego to bed at night Is His house plas tered or stuccoed How did He make snakes and trees and bears How did He make man What did He make first Why cant I see Him Why cant I hear Him Ideas Qucsiiojis Change These questions by young chil dren are very similar to those re ported by G Stanley Hall years ago and the kind moreover that many of my readers have heard fact a world in which love is the supreme force capable of transforming nature and so ciety of a world where spiritual possessions are of most value and are not subject to loss PANCAKES I L ioME P BREAKFAST TOM6RRovy Just add milk or and bafce the finest pancakes yauevee tailed PiLLSBURYS PANCAKE FLOUR ALSO PILLSBURYS BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE FLOUR Butter is the Secret of Good Cooking HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By MRS MARY MORTON Menu Hint Tomato Juice Cocktail Crackers Baked Ham Scalloped Potatoes Jnm Green Peas Apple and Raw Carrot Salad French Dressing Hot Rolls Butter Elderberry Pic Coffee This is a menu which a business woman served to guests recently With the tomato juice cocktails she served two kinds of crackers some spread with deviled ham and some with cheese which were lightly browned in the oven The cocktails and crackers were served in the living room before dinner The ham was parboiled the eve ning before then boiled until ten der in water to which two table spoons vinegar two tablespoons of brown sugara tablespoon of whole cloves and a teaspoon of mixed pickling spices were added It was allowed to get cold in the water in which it was boiled Half an hour beore the dinner the ham was taken from the water covered with dry mustard and brown su gar and put into the hot oven to brown Elderberries and peas of coursewere canned GLASSWARE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY With 6 Gallon Purchase TANKAR MEDIUM or HIGH TEST GAS Your Choice of the Following 1CUP AND SAUCER 29OZ TUMBLERS 25 SAUCE DISHES This topaz color Sharon golden glow design glassware is as beautiful as our gas is good GET BOTH FOR LESS than gas alone costs elsewhere TANKAR GAS 414 South Federal Ave w Todays Recipes FRENCH tea spoon salt onehalf teaspoon pep per or paprika onehalf cup salad oil onefourth cup vinegar cide vinegar wine vinegar or half vinegar and half lemon Measure salt and spices into he mixing bowl or the jar you keep for Fiench dressing Add oil and vinegar Beat or shake well to mix just before using The oil will always separate from the acid in standing so the dressing must be beaten or shaken each time it is used 73rfl BirthCay Observed relatives sur prised Mrs Frank Wagner Thurs day afternoon at her home in honor of her seventythird birth day anniversary Kenneth Stiles went there to celebrate his elev enth birthday anniversary Four generations were present Mr Wagner Mrs William Stiles Mrs Cecil Gruver and Larry Jean Gru Honored at Shower Dorothy Cordcs who is to be married Jan 19 to Vernon Bill Gilles has been the guest of honor at several parties recently Wednesday evening Mrs E J Gilles entertained at a card party Mrs Darwin Paulson en tertained five tables in Miss Cordcs1 honor The bridge club to which the bridetobe belongs en tertained at a shower at the home of Miss Lucille Larson Visitor In Chicago Moen re turned to his home here Wednes day following a six weeks visit at j the home of his cousins Mr and Mrs Asker Orpen who live in Chicago II For Radio Repairing 9 We service all car and home radios Pauls Radio Service PHONE 355 79 Second Street S W BRUGHNER HOME OPENS CRUSADE Rural Group Holds Special Session Luncheon Served CLEAR and Mrs H G Bruchner entertained the Cerro Gordo Rural Womans Christian Temperance Union at an all day New Crusade meeting at their home Thursday At 1 oclock a covered dish luncheon was served the 40 persons in cluding IS men present Mr and Mrs A Summers pres ented their small daughter Pearl Elaine as a White Ribbon recruit Mrs Ira Shields assisted by Mrs James White president of the union presided at the ceremony Gave Readings Mrs W M Hill chairman of the program committee presented an extensive program during the Mr and Mrs Law rence Lee led devotions and Mr Lee gave a short talk Mrs Hill commented upon the evils of al cohol and Mrs Summers accom panied Mrs Wayne Wolford who sang a group of solos Mrs Hans Hendrickson read What Fools the Prodigal Sons arid Emory Ouverson read Clean up Suggested by Governor Her ring Mrs Wolford read A Strange Paradox Mrs Frank Lee All Kinds of Booze Schemes Mrs Hill ProChristmas Party Observations and Mrs June Or cult Woman Owned Taverns Sane Crusade Hymn Why Abolish Block Booking and Blind Selling of Moving Pic ture Films was read by Mrs White Fighting the While Rib boners by Mrs Robert Hickok and Report of Outlook Cor World W C T U Convention by Mrs Gussie 1Iogaii The convention will be held in Washington D C next June Mrs Ira Shields read Fighting Liquor with Facts and Mrs Lee Gave a ieading The as semblage sang the crusade hymn in unison as the meeting closed o CLUB STUDIES IOWA NAMES Mrs Leo Alstot presented a les son on Iowa Names for members of the Lake View club at a meet ing held at the home of Mrs Sam Severson Thursday afternoon 13 members present Mrs Rogei Nelson was admitted to member ship and Mrs John Ashland was a guest Following the business session a social hour was enjoyed with refreshments served at the close of the afternoon ROYAL NEIGHBORS HOLD INSTALLATION Mrs S S Hudson acted as in stalling officer and Mrs F G Coolcman as ceremonial marshal at the open installation of officers of Royal Neighbors of America lodge at I O O F hall Thursday evening A good attendance and a number of guests were present At the close of the evening lunch was served by Mrs Vern Peter son Mrs Cookman Mrs G Rein riclis Mrs Will McKibben and Mrs Oscar Coolc Amusements ELEANOR POWELL COMES IN BOKN TO DANCE CLEAR Powell stars in Born to Dance a mu sical comedy MctroGokhvyn Mayer production coming to the Lake theater for Sunday and Monday Two other favorites tea lured in this new screen hit are James Stewart and the lovely Vir ginia Bruce Other familiar fa As are those of Una Morkcl Buddy Ebsen Frances Langford and Sid Silvers Many more dance and song artists are featured in this successor to Broadway Melody of 1036 Miss Powell as Nora Paige has a job in a New York night club run by Una Morkcl as Jenny Saks Jenny has married her partner in a dancing mara thon but keeps the wedding a se cret as he Syd Silvers has en listed in the navy Nora loves James Stewart who plays the part of Ted Barkct but the course of true love rune every way bul smoothly and many complications minjjfed with the wellknown art ists temperament arise to mar her happiness Virginia Bruce as Lucy James comes into the picture and walks out in a huff leaving Nora an opportunity of playing the stellar role in a new production The fadeout shows each happily Clear Lake Briefs Saturday special Delicious jelly lOc Bushs Pastry Mrs O B Snnggins is in Swcilr sh hospital Minneapolis where she is recovering from injuries re ceived in a fall in a store Dec 26 She was unconscious and suffered several broken ribs and other in uries necessitating amajor oper ntion Mr Smiggins was with her but has returned to Clear Lake Mrs William Osman who has seen staying with her daughter VIrs Charles Ullen North Shore for a couple of weeks expects to return to her home in Minneapolis this weekend Both Mrs Osman and Mrs Ullen have recovered from their recent illnesses Mrs John Anderson 221 South North street is ill with flu John Fursc Crane street is quite with pneumonia at his the home Mr Humphrey is nurse in charge No improvement is reported in the condition of C A Beckner who has been confined in Vet erans hospital DCS Moines for several weeks Joe Carney Norih Second street returned Thursday from Excelsior Springs Mo called by the illness of Mrs Carney who returned last Sunday Mrs Carneys condition was reported as fair at Mercy hos pital in Mason City where she was tnken Tuesday suffering from pneumonia Miss Kathleen McCormick who was injured in an aulomobile ac cident at Clear Lake junction Monday night was reported as vesting easily at Park hospitalin Mason City Friday MRSHVOLSTAD REVIEWS NOVEL PrizeWinning Book Stud ied at Altrurian Club Meet CLEAR Am the Fox 1936 novel winning the 000 Atlantic magazine prize was reviewed by Mrs Henry Volstad for members of the Altrurian club Thursday afternoon The book is about Iowa and was written by an Iowa woman Winifred Van Etten of Emmelsburg She was gradu ated from Cornell college Ml Vcr non and from Columbia and laler aught several years at Cornell college Mrs E H Neal was host ess to the club at her home on North fifth street Mrs Robert G Thompson presented the lesson on March of Time giving a current event upon each of several differ ent topics W K C CHICLE HOLDS MEETING Mrs J A Cobb W R C circle luncheon at her street Thursday was hostess to at a 1 oclock home Jcffersor afternoon The time was spent visiting following a short business session The Febru ary meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Edna Funk South Fourth street ft O MKS PAUL CHUISTENSON ENTERTAINS CIRCLE Trinity circle of the Zion Luth eran aid met at the home of Mrs Paul Chrislenson Carlton street Thursday afternoon with 10 mem bers present Mrs Harry Ely led the Bible lesson and a short busi ness session was held Refresh ments were served at the close of the afternoon Drew Car Smashed Near Nora Springs CLEAR Drew had the rear end ot his car badly smashed Thursday when a car driven by John Granrigcnnelt St Benedict smashed into the back of the Drew car a half mile west of Nora Springs The Grandgen nett car had turned out to pass Mr Drew but could not because of an approaching truck Getting back into line the brakes were applied but because of the icy roads did not hold The Grarid gennett car went into the ditch and is badly wrecked Mr Drew escaped injury Buffalo Center Farm Bank Gains Reported BUFFALO CENTER Stock holders of the Farmers Trust and Savings bank held their annual meeting this week All officers were reelected E B Aukes president Ben Hook vice presi dent H F Schleifer Harm Short1 cnluuis and John Lorbach direc tors The bank statement shows an increase of in deposits subject to check over July Total resources in July were as against as of Dec 31 193B an increase of Buy from Home Owned Grocery Little Pel ton BROOMS Known ATnny Ycirs as Being thn Best MANY WOMEN REFUSE TO BUY ANY OTHER LAKE FARMER DIES AT HOME Martin Hosband Succumbs Following Extended Illness CLEAR LAKE Hos band farmer residing three miles north ot Clear Lake died at his home Thursday at p in fol lowing a long illness Mr Hos band spent some time at the hos pital at Iowa City the past sum mer but received no lasting bene fit He is survived by his wife and one son Harold who is married and resides with his parents The body was taken to the Williams funeral home Funeral service will be held at 2 p m Sunday afternoon at the Zion Lutheran church Clear Lake Calendar basketball game new gym Belmond vs Clear Lake Past Noble Grands club 1 O O F hall 8 p m Ambitious Ves tas Mrs E E Sludyvin Clear Lake Churches ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Sunday school at a m with classes for all ages Morning worship at 11 a m with music by the junior and senior vested choirs directed by Mrs James McCormick Confirmation class Saturday 9 a m L D R Tuesday Jan ID Miss Doris Jensen East Main A Urnes pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST I O O F scr uhited with true love the one and only Rolarians Meet CLEAR E B Stillman reviesved the current is sue of The Rotarian for mem bers of the Rotary club at a lunch eon held at IO O F hall Thurs day noon Thnrwald Thorson Forest City was n guest Nut WOLF BROS COAL CO PHONE IMS vice at a by the Rev L A If C IX C THEATRE CLEAR LAKE FRIDAY ONLY Treat Nile 1 A Jane Withers 1UC Can This Be Dixie Saturday is Your Last Chance Cash and Get It SUNDAY MONDAY BORN TO DANCE MMfcS STEWART I 5 Continuous Sunday Starts 1 p SATURDAY MORNING AT Here s the biggest hat value ot your whole life The minute you see them youll see a saving ot 5150 to new styles new colors all fur and all silk lined If you need a hat be here early Saturday for when the sun sets were sure theyll be no more ABEL SON AT NUMBER SEVEN SOUTH FEDERAL David L Kralz Bible school at a m Mrs Amy Walters su perintendent CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street Sunday school at 10 a m Church services at 11 oclock Wednesday evening services at 8 p m ST PATRICKS First mass at 8 oclock Second mass at 10 oclock Confessions will bchearri Saturday evening at J Supple pastor GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school 10 a m Preach ing service 11 a m Christian En deavor p m Evening service p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday p m CONGREGATIONAL Church school 10 a m Church worship 11 a m Spe cial music by the choir January sermon theme Lifes Answer to the Souls Passion Congo club p m Special music Third in series of voca tional guidance talks by local bus inessmen Refreshments Homer E Blough pastor BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school 10 a m Preaching service II a m Ser mon by the Rev John Stensclhcr Minneapolis Evening p m Ser mon by the Rev Mr S M Slenby pastor METHODIST Sunday school a m Morn ing worship 11 a m Sermon by the pastor Special music Epworth league p m Evening ser vice p W Riner pas tor WfH Go to Milwaukee Alne oldest son of Mr and Mrs Peter Alne is leaving Friday morning for Mil waukee where he has received employment with the AllisChal mers comnanv Heres the VALUE EVENT That Interests AH Women Manufacturers DISPOSAL JUST RECEIVED 600 PAIRS OF WOMENS FINE SHOES Regular to NOW You Can Choose Beautiful Styles ami Fine Qual ity Footwear AT SENSATIONAL SAV INGS All Stimulus N c w Styles in Siicilc Kid Calf CJab arilinc and Combina tions All sizes but not every in styl ;