Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 7, 1937 · Page 45
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.MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 7 • 1937 FIVE A Momentous Congress—The 75th—Begins Its Sessions The 75th congress—faced with many important problems—begins its sessions. This Central Press soiindphoto of the scene in the house of representatives shows the Rev. James Shera Montgomery, chaplain of the- house, offering the opening prayer. (Central Press Soiindphoto) Iowa Fanner Is Raising Total of 2,000 Chicks REINBECK, (tP> —Russell Lindt, Reinbeck farmer, said he now has 2,000 chicks, from one week to two months old, at his place. Every three weelts from Oct. 1 to March 15 Lindt buys 400 day- old chicks. He raises them and ships to Chicago each week 125 broilers averaging three pounds each, Lindt designed all oi his eo.uip- ment, including his brooder house and heating and lighting systems. // You're Told to "Alkalize" Try This Remarkable "Phillips" Way Thousands are Adopting On every side today people are being urged to all:ali:c their stomach. And thus case symptoms of "acid indigcs- I lion," nausea and stomach upsets. I To gain quid; alkali-cation, just do this: Take two teaspoons of PHILLIPS' .MILK or MAGNESIA 30 minutes after catim?. OR — take l\vo Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tablets, which have the same antacid effect. Relief comes almost at. once — usually in a few minutes. Nausea, "gas"-—fullness after eating and "acid indigestion" pains leave. You feel like a new person. Try this •way. You'll be surprised at results. Get cither the liquid "Phillips" or the remarkable, new Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tablets. Delightful lo lake and easy to carry with you. Only 25<f a box at all drug stores. Wmneshiek Countv * Appointments Made; Lubke Is Chairman DECORAH—The board of supervisors, at the first meeting of. the new year, made appointments for 1937. Henry Lubke, first district supervisor, was elected chairman to succeed Joe Swehla of Spill i-i lie. Mr. Lubke appointed the following chairmen to serve this year: N. J. Sand, road construction; Joseph Swehla, road maintenance; Edward Lund, county home, and Charles Ryan, courthouse and jail. The board re-appointed Frank Arneson county engineer, at a small increase in salary. Gilbert I Anderson was re-appointed steward of the county home: Ole Hammersness, day man: J. L. Winger, night man; Mrs. George Lundy. matron; Marlys Lundy, cook, and Lila Lundy, assistant matron. August Schild, who has served as cattleman for over 20 years, was also re-appointed. The county physician for 1937 will be Dr. A. F. Barfoot, who was re-appointed at a salary of S400 a year. Dennis Horah, who has served many years as janitor at the courthouse, was also reappointed at a salary, of $1,050. The board set the bounties on wild animals for the year as follows: Adult wolves, $10; cub wolves, S4: ground hogs, moles and gophers, S10: adult fox. SI.50; cub fox, 50 cents; rattlesnakes, 35 cents. NORTH 10WANS ON HONOR ROLL Joyce Burns and James Stmehart Included From Here. CEDAR FALLS — dents who received Honor stu- | outstandinj ALSO IN TABLET FORM: Each tiny Ublet i» the equivalent of a t*ajponhful of idnc PhillipV Milk oJ .\Uu- PHILLIPS* MILK OF MAGNESIA P. E. 0. at Clarion Sponsoring Museum CLARION—The promotion of a museum for Clarion is being sponsored by the local chapter of the P. E. O. cabinet and interesting articles presented by Miss Nina Courson have already been placed on the main floor of the library. Of special interest is a piece of marble brought from the ruins of the palace of Augustus Ceasar in Rome, and a replica of an oil lamp used by early Christians from the catacombs in Rome, Italy. Forest City Farmers' Night School Finished FOREST CITY—About 40 members attended the final meeting of the farmers' night. school at the schoolhouse in Forest City Tuesday evening. The final program dealt with the beautificatipn of farm homes, and closed with an oyster supper. There were four members of the school that did not miss a single session of the school which started last fall. grades during the fall o.uarter at the Iowa State Teachers college were announced at the office of the dean of the faculty. The women students held a slight edge on the men. with 7 per cent of the women enrolled finding a place on the honor roll. Only 6.3 per cent of the men achieved the same distinction. In order to be''-placed on the honor roll a student must earn an average of 3.33 grade points per credit hour, an average equivalent .to two "B's" and one "A." Get Straight "A." Six women received a straight "A," the highest possible average of 4.00 grade points. They are Mary Jane Brindley, Cedar Falls; Ruth Krumm, Decorah; Helen Lager, Belle Plaine; Phyllis Lang, Remsen; Mildred Lund, Waterloo: and Eleanor Wilkinson, Mount Ayr. Miss Krumm took .5 of an lour more work than the required amount of 15 hours. Three men ivere ranked in the same top position. They are Jerome and John s, Cedar Falls, and Gordon Hoxie, Waterloo. North Iowa leaders include: Florence Strachan, Humboldt, 3.34 points, 15.5 hours; Norris T. Pritchard, Sumner, 3.83 points. 18 hours; John E. Charleson, Dows, 3.80 points, 15 hours. Others Are Listed. Women students from North Iowa on the honor roll in addition to those listed above include the following: Erma Brouhard, New Hartford; E. Joyce Burris, Mason City; Dorothy Chapler. Charles City: Bernice Hudson, Dougherty; Marie E. Kurtz, Dows; Elvira Mellem, Northwood: . Ruth E. Potter, Nashua; Ruth Raleigh, Graettinger; Margaret Reinhart, Ridgeway; Margaret Wilkie, Rockford. These North Iowa men also won a place on the honor roll: Wayne Davenport, Dows; Donald Dubbert. Janesville; Armin Graber, Nashua; Duncan L. Lampman, Charles City; Verl F. McNutt, Goodell: James Stinehart, Mason City; Samuel Ure, Riceville; Earnest Brandenburg, Tripoli. 1936 Shows More Spent for Beer and Liquor Than 1935 DES MOINES, UP}— Mr. John Q. lowan spent more for liquor and beer during 1936 than he did in 1935 beer tax revenue and Iowa liquor commission repox'ts disclosed—$2.10 more. In 1935 the per capita expenditure for beer and liquor was $15.15, in 1936 it was $17.25. And while he was buying beer and liquor he was also paying a total of nearly §2,500,000 to the state in beer taxes and profits on the state liquor system. The state tax of $1.25 a gallon on beer sold at retail brought in 51,238,521 for the state sinking fund, which protects public deposits in banks. The liquor commission turned over a million dollars in profits to the' state. Rites for Former West Union Mayor Are Held DECpRAH—Mrs. Lettie Morrison, who died Tuesday night at a Waterloo hospital, was buried in the BUIT Oak cemetery, in the family lot. The Morrisons were former residents of Burr Oak, and also of West Union, where Mr. Morrison was mayor of that city for six years. The family resided in Decorah until 1909. Two sons survive, E. A. Morrison of Waterloo, and Cecil G. Morrison of Cape Girardeau, Mo. GLY-CAS FREES HER OF EVERY ACHE., PAIN Able to Eat What She Wants Again, Never Bothered With Indigestion Now, Nervousness Ended, Gly- Cas Unfailing. "Gly-Cas has given me back my health," said Mrs. Maria Sarn- pica, 1332 B Ave. N. E., Cedar Rapids, la. "For five years T had been miserable' 1 witli liver and stomach trouble. My stomach One cent less than a MILLION DOLLARS 999,999.99 Piper, 68, Formerly of Bristow, Is Buriec BRISTOW—Funeral services fo: John W. Piper, 68, former loca merchant who died of a heart attack at his home in Buffalo, N Dak,, were held here at the United Brethren church Monday. The Rev. W. N. Roush of Cedar Falls a former pastor of the family, was in charge of the service at the church and the Masonic fraternity held ritualistic service at Oak Hil cemetery. Mesdames Alva N. Morford and Claire A. Waile anc Messrs. H. C. Ncwbury and A. L Surfas sang three favorite hymns during the service with Mrs. Charles S. Stewart at the piano. 7 column keyboard 8 digir total .... CORONA ADDING MACHINE Brand-new, rigtt from factory, complete with all standard equipment. Easily moved from desk to desk—a tune-saver .and money-saver for store or office. And at thig price, a bargain! MAX BOYD L. C. SMITH and CORONA TYPEWRITERS 111 East State St. Mason City, Iowa or on eaiy $5 a month t»rrm Dorothy Anderson Head of Dumont C. E. Group DUMONT—The Christian Endeavor society of the 'United Brethren church met Tuesday evening at the church parlors for a social and business meeting. Officers were elected as follows: President, Dorothy Anderson; vice president, Osier Schuler; secretary, Jean Hutchison; assistant, Myrvel Sorenson; treasurer, 'Vern Elliott Mothers of Scouts at Manly Are Organized MANLY—The mothers of the Boy Scouts organized 1 a Scout Mother's group Wednesday afternoon/Mrs. E. T>. Turner was elected president and several activities *vere planned for the near future. MRS. MARIA SAMPICA so weak I couldn't eat many foods such as onions or radishes as they caused such sulfering it would be impossible to sleep. I couldn't enjoy my meals at all and finally put on a strict diet, but got no better. Then 'too, neuritis pains settled in my shoulders, and for weeks I endured unbearable pain, gradually grew worse as I could not i find anything to help me and finally became so weak and nervous I had to give up m3 f work entirely. But three boxes of Gly-Cas made me a different per;on. "Today. I am feeling great," she continued. "Neuritis pains in my shoulders have been eliminated entirely, eat anything I-wish and sleep fine, nerves quieted and I am just like new again. Even the iver spots on my skin have van- shed, in fact this new Gly-Cas TONED MY ENTIRE- SYSTEM: t is wonderful that suffering people can get a medicine like ?ly-Cas that is able to give re- ults when all other medicines ail." Gly-Cas is sold fay Michael Drug Company, 5 -South' Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Full Pint RUBBING ALCOHOL 8c DRUGSTORE Mall .Orders Filled Same Day Received. Orders Amounting to $2 or Less, Add lOc for Postajre. 13 N. Federal Ave. Phone 909. White's MILK OF MAGNESIA Full Pint lie Speciili For Fridiy «nd Siturdty. ftijtit to Limit Qmntitltj. No S«!«i to D*«lcrt. with every purchase of 5 TRIM Single or Double Edge RAZOR BLADES k Try the introductory blade.' If not fully ^satisfied, return package of 5 for refund. Ironsides HOT WATER BOTTLE Well made and dependable. Keep one handy in the home. 2 quart capacity. 2 year guarantee. 50c FRANK'S LATHER SHAVE 29c 5c f Flashlight BATTERIES 2 for 5c i * Kitchen Hand, Cornhusker or Honey & Almond Lotion Protect your hands from dryness and chapping with one of these fine hand lotions.. FULL PINT Electric CORN POPPER You can pop large, fluffy popcorn at home with one of these strong, metal poppers. Has a quick • heating, long- lasting element SEALTEST - Best Quality Obtainable Anywhere Scaliest RUBBING ALCOHOL, Bottle of 100 • SEALTEST ASPIRIN TABLETS Relieve headaches and pain with Aspi rin that is tested and scaled for your protection. FulJ 5 grain. Sealtest HINKLE PILLS Bottl* of 100 Full Pint • SEALTEST iMilk of Magnesia t The Sealtest label on this Milk of Magnesia is your assur- 1 , ance that it is of the .highest quality. Scaltett GLYCERIN & ROSE WATER Sealtett PSYLLIUM SEED Full Pound 23c For Cleaner and Brighter Teeth ^^»™«™*«^»-~ OM Maryland Style Chicken Dinner with whipped potatoes, choice of vegetable, a crisp salad, home-baked rolls and butter and your choice of beverage. Broiled Lake Superior Trout - with Sliced Lemon. BAKED HALIBUT with Lemon 1 Butter FILLET PIKE with Tartar Sauce Try one for a real treat. 50c DENTORIS TOOTH POWDER 27c Triple Strength DENTORIS Antiseptic Efficient Germicide Full Pint 50c DENTORIS TOOTH BRUSH 33c Urg* Size DENTORIS j TOOTH PASTE Creo-dyne is the proven remedy (or Coushs due to Coldt. If it fiilt to stop your cough-your money refunded. Sturdy, Rubber Gloves Protect your hands from chapping and roughness. 100 POKER CHIPS Pressed cardboard TOILETRIES FORCHARM FREET2SC Size I FREE! Soft IISTERINE 1 Beauty Gloves VoOTHPOWDER ™ th with 60c Size with CUTEX HAND CREAM and a Jarof BRITTLE NAIL Bottle of 100 Package of 200 KLtEHEX TISSUES 50e HIND'S Honey and Almond Cream 240 MILLER'S YEAST TABLETS 49c 10c Oatmeal Facial Soap 1 too KELP and MALT Tablets 49c $1.25 ..» w A * B A D [P T A°S T T H E^ CAPSULES .19c. SUNSHINE VITAMINS "" 110 Pi JL» TRIPLE A ViOSTEROl INCH .

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