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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 14 • 1937 FIVE FAY'S CONTEST IS DISMISSED Court Drops Case Because Supreme Court Term Has Expired. DES MOINES, OP)—A three . judge contest court dismissed Thursday the contest suit of James W. Fay, republican of Erumcls- burg, for the short suprcrr.e court term which expired Dec. 31, 1936. The court ruled that no contest could exist when the contested term of office had expired. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A O'NEIL News Editor LEE DEW1GG1NS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 Henry K. Thatcher of U of Iowa Dies IOWA CITY, ',?>—Harry K. Thatcher, 31. assistant proie.wor in the University of Iowa School of Music, died Wednesday r.igr.t in the university hospital. Physicians said his death was caused ;\v encephalitis. Professor Thatcher was the composer of "Symphony in E Minor." which won him recognition in the music world. Alsjona Man Put on O Contractors' Board DES MOINES, '.-?>—Approximately 12o members of the Towa branch of Associated General Contractors elected the following men to the association's bc.ird of directors: Perry Jayr.c. Cedar Rapids: John McG'.iire, A!g-na: J. R. O'Kourkc. De« Moines, r:nd Dan S. Craig, DCS Moines. TABITHA CIRCLE | HOLDS MEETING !Mrs. Hodnefield Entertains I With Mrs. Larson [ Assisting. ! CLEAR LAKE—-Tabitha circle 1 of the Zion Lutheran aid met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Iver Hodnefield, 400 East Main street, with a good attendance of members and three guests present. Mrs. N. L. Larson was assistant hostess. Miss Alma Olson led the lesson ami plans were made for the work of the year. The February meeting will be fit the Olaf Olson home on Belie street. * * * 0. D. O. HOLDS SOCIAL SESSION" O. D. O. club met at the home of Mrs. Leonard Mathers. East Main street, Wednesday afternoon for a social session with Mrs. Ar- icigh Eddy and Mrs. F. H. Davis as guests. AJl members were present excepting Mrs. T. L. Scars who is in DCS Mcincs. Light refreshments were served st the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Earl Huntlcy will be hostess to the club Jan. 27. brale his seventy-third birthday. , The daughters held open house I during the afternoon and evening j at Mrs. Nelson's home. Mr. Hod! nefield received many useful gifts | and refreshments were served. i Two fine cakes inscribed "Birth' day Greetings to Dad" centered ! the refreshment tables, i TEAMS TO PLAY , DOUBLEHEADER I 2 Clear Lake vs. Belmond i Games Scheduled at New Gym. CLEAR LAKE—A doubleheader between the first and second Belmond basketball teams and the first and second Clear Lakers, respectively, is all set for the home GIVES P, T, A, HEALTH PLANS Co-operation in Stamping Out Diseases Requested by Dr. E. L. Wurtzer. CLEAR LAKE—Dr. E. L. Wurtzer discussed immunization for diphtheria and vaccination for smallpox before the Parent Teacher association Wednesday evening at its meeting in the auditorium of the new high school building. He traced briefly the history of each malady from earliest times and told of discovery of remedies and efficacy of preventive measures if used in time, time. The plans of county and state lowan Bags 62 F/oxes Near Turkey Ranches "WELL-MAN," (&) — Joe Morros of Wellman said he captured 62 foxes in this vicinity during the season. He said foxes have become numerous-in the county, and especially in the Wellman community since turkey raising was expanded. . public health units to immunize hardwood Friday night with an- | ~ ever y child of school age or licipation running high for a real | voun o e - were related by Dr. battle. The Lions met Belmond there in the first game of the season Lane Succeeds Mavis With Iowa Institute IOWA CITY. >,?>—Prof T. T. Mavis of The University of Iow;r engineering college resigned as associated director of the Iowa In- sli'utc of Kyd!'3u!ic PiCS-Ca:'ch. E. W. Lane <r tiic inedu.-ics ;.nd hydraulics ricnni'lir.en; <"1 the engineering college* will succeed !;:;v.. Snoozing Hospital Case. SAX FRANCISCO. (UP)—The Central Emergency hospital has listed one more new class of cases That it is tailed upon tu treat. Cecelia Hincs, waitress, reported : to the clinic, wl'.cn after hours, and hours she had been unable ; to stop sneezing. : for Gab Pain, Heartburn Dyspepsia. Acid Stomach Try UDGA. Fr<«. lor £a« pains, htarlburr., Jicid dyspepsia. nMl^c.i, 5lD:r;uch '.:lr»r* anri plh»r <l!?ir*«:i d'j* '.o ft'".**' 1 acid. Mor« ihKn M.IXjO people hav? n-riiten "raTefui (..:;»-n pra:*:ne quick r»he; llit-y so: tau-inK t:DG\ Try i: i-Oiir.*?!;. G>-'. ee-rrou3 :r;i<: pa^kap* UI>GA. >'REE a I Michael, Ford Hopkins and AVal- jrrcen Drus: Stores. CLUB CELEBRATES DR. TOWNSEND'S BIRTHDAY Townsend ciub No. 1 celebrated the birthday of Dr. Townsend v.-i'.h a pariy nt the city hall Wednesday ' evening. Group singing ;'-->.d talks by different members filled the evening and at the close rcfrcsiimci:tx. including birthday ca':e. v, •-•:<-• seivccl. The club will meet ?t l/.c home -•; Mr. and Mrs. T ; Siif'dsr.-iSf. -11! South Oak : ::••:'£t. Fob. 19. STUPRISE HELH FOR LEE DE\VIGGINS A surprise party wa; held at the Let- De\Vi££ins rmai Imc-nt on South Sccor.d street Wednesday evening, the occasion bcins the birthday of y.i: DcWigsins. He was presented a number of very useful gifts by the friends and relatives who gathered 'or the evening. Binso and cards were played and at the cio-c Mrs. De'tt'iggins and her da jshtcr, Mrs. Albert M. Fox, .-(".•ved a very nice lunch. 41 ;.- -'f TVER HODN-EFIELD SURPRISED OX BIRTHDAY Iver Hodnefield. who has been spending the holiday? with his Daughters, Mrs. Rufus Nelson and Miss Lillian Hodnefield, Minneapolis, was surprised Saturday by having several friends and rcla- ti .~cs come in to help him cele- | Wurtzer who urged that all par- I ents avail themselves of the privilege of having their children cared for at this time in order that These two dread diseases be entirely stamped out of the country. Dr. Wurtzex- asked that request slips be distributed to parents of children six months of age or over but not yet attending school. Return Slips Friday. ,„ , oll ^''x- - <-! Tn order tjiat a su «i cient , SU P; similar record for the past three ply of treatments may be on hand •suited in Clear Lake it is essential that all request slips Dec. 4 in a 28 to 15 victory but the Broncos have been making history nce that date and have won the ^l three games in a row. Two • battles were with traveling teams, one from Illinois and the other Boydcn, and the third, with Garner, was a conference game. Records Given. If Belmond has a habit of win- the Lions can point cord games have re to victories also. On Dec. 18 the j be returned to the schools not Lion* won over Lake Mills 23 to 'ater than this week Fr'c.ay as 18° on Jar, 5 over St. Ansgar, I they must be passed on to sta.c officers who will supply Clear Lake Calendar Thursday—R. N. A. lodge, guest night and installation of officers, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Friday—Rebekah circle, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Past Noble Grands club, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Circle No. 1, Methodist aid. Mrs. Leslie Thayer, 200 West Center street. Circle No. 2. Methodist Mrs. J. F, Charlesworth, Main street. Group 4, Congregational aid, Mrs. C. A. Knutson, North Third street, 2 p. m. Linger Longer club, Mrs. August Bitker. Belmond vs. Clear Lake doubleheader basketball game here. aid, East The FHA hasn't kept up with the times. It won't lend you money to build a home if you want wheels Times under it.—D avenport TRUE HELD ON LIQUOR CHARGE Arrested by Police in Raid on Home; Up for Sixth Time. Arthur True, 124 72 Fifteenth street northeast, is being held by local police on a charge of illegal possession of' liquor, following a raid on his home about 7 o'clock Wednesday evening when officers found four half pint botiles of alleged alcohol. The hearing was continued until Friday morning. This is the sixth j time True has been up on liquor! charges, according to officers. Gilbert Aldast, 225 Twenty- second street southwest, was fined SlO.and costs by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of intoxication. Aldast was arrested at Second street and South Federal avenue at 7:45 o'clock Wednesday evening. Patrick Waltz, 1314 Hampshire avenue southeast, was fined $10 and costs on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested at the Chicago Rock Island railroad on First street northwest about 10 o'clock Wednesday evening. Makeever, Harpster 10 KerCSent r.VJ.L. consider methods of moving more merchandise at greater speeds. Wine drinking is more popular CL < C _ _ ',n- nn in this country than ever before. OR Otate Committee Consumption is at • ne\y high of H. D. Makeever and M. A. Harpster will represent the Peoples' Gas and Electric company on the executive committee of the sales and distribution school of the Iowa Public Utilities association when members of the latter body gather for their annual-session at the Blackhawk hotel in Davenport next Monday and Tuesday. On the first day of the meeting, subjects of interest to department heads and-'executives in all phases of the industry will be discusicd,. Tuesday, the distribution men will devote their time more particularly to operating problems, while the commercial men will one-half gallon per capita annually and sale of wine is legal in all states but Tennessee, Oklahoma, Kansas and Alabama. However, this rate is extremely moderate compared, with that of European wine-drinking countries. In France per capita consumption is 40 gallons.—United States News. Avoid False Teeth Dropping or Slipping You needn't fear false teeth dropping or slipping if you'll sprinkle a little Fasteeth on your plates each mominp. Gives all day comfort and teeth hold tiphl. Deodorises. No pummy. pasty, taste or feeling. Get Fasteeth from your druggist. Three sizes. 666 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE - NOSE DROPS USE AS A PREVENTION Place 666 Salve or 666 Nose Drops in nostrils night and morning and take 666 Liquid or 666 Tablets every morning. on 28 to 17. and on Jan. 11, over Britt 21 to 14. Mason City bowed to the Lions in the dedicatory game Dec. whon Clear Lake won 16 but the Lions have suffered defeats this season. =t St the proper number of treatments, j A schedule of fees has been | adopted for the treatments which j \' {5 j will be given by family physicians i ., , ! from 2 to 5 p. m. on Saturday. \ A' " 1 Jan. 23. In case all are not cared 0 i for at {hat time, the same hours on Dec. 16 at Clear Lake when the score was 28 to 13 in favor of New Hampton. According to Coach Chris Johnston there is a possibility that Mullarky and Fistlcr may see quite a bit of play in the Friday night tussle. As there will not be' another home game for two weeks when Buffalo Center plays here Jan. 29. fans want to get thrills enough to last them through. Music Attracts. The Clear Lake pep band directed by John Kopecky will give some snappy numbers during the evening and the drum corps under joint direction o£ Miss Clara Saturday, Jan. 30. Treatments | given outside of these dates will br at the regular physician's rate which is much more than that for Jan. 23 and 30. In closing Dr. Wurlzer commended super inten dents and teachers for the excellent co-operation given the movement and assured the parents that treatments produced in surgically clean laboratories are free from those violent reactions experienced through use o.f carelessly prepared vaccines and toxins. Band Gave Concert. The question of immunization of children whose parents could So Much Depended On This Pantomime Down in nor heart Janet didn't wan! .luol in (lie movies. But :t was !ns happiness and mil her »v. n. That was the only linns that mallei-erf. Ai.d that is why tni;; screen tr>?l meant so much In both of them. Atter it was 'ivcr '.he director proiy>i.-r-ri !" lot .iooi know. But there was no nnnny.-.ni-c' i:i his \oicr any !ni-ccr. His answer held their future and the raisnii d'etre of THE DAY THAT I FORGET BY MARIE BLIZARD Beginning Friday, Jan. 22 in The Globe-Gazette I Metcalf and Mr. Kopecky will I not finance the treatments was ! give another exhibition of its | marching ability. Many compli- i mentary comments have been made concerning the entertainment afforded by the corps and band and many persons look fov- ' \varci to that part nf the evening almost as much as to the games proper. The corps sprang some new formations at the game i Tuesday night which drew a big j hand from the audience. i The prel'minary game is called iat 7 p. m. and the second game i will follow Clear Lake Briefs Election of trustees drainage Dist. No. 18. Saturday, Jan. 16, \ 1937, at home of S. M. Hall. ! Peter Knutson was able to re- l sume his wDrk as conductor on the i Mason City and Clear Lake rail- iroad Wednesday after several ' days absence on account of flu. i Miss Ejrmabelle Thomas took iMrs. Gertrude Becker, 710 West ! North street, to Rochester, Minn., i Sunday where -she is a patron of I ZumbiTi hotel for several days. The Rev. John Stenscther, Min' neapoiis, will hold services both ' : m;rning and evening next Sunday at the Bcthifclicm Lutheran church. The Rev. Mr. Stenselher is expected to arrive Saturday and j will be a guest of Mr. and Mrs. I P. J. Pederson during liis stay at | Clear Lake. Iver Hodnefield, 400 East Ma.jn street, returned Wednesday from Minneapolis where he has been for several weeks visiting relatives and taking treatments raised. A member of the American Legion Auxiliary suggested that that organization might help with some treatments and Mrs. Clarence Conklin, president of the P, T. A., expressed the hope thai, other organizations might also assist. The school band, directed by John Kopecky, instructor in band and orchestra, opened the meeting with a series of four band numbers which were enthusiastically received. "Grandfather's i Clock," "Home, Sweet Home the World Over," "Hungarian Dance" and "The Victor's March" were presented. Has 203 Members. At the business session reports were heard and bills allowed. Mrs. Conklin spoke of the milk fund sponsored by the Clear Lake Mirror and invited contributions. A total of 203 memberships was reported, the conference at Mason City on March 15 announced, plans for a P. T. A. study club given and the announcement of Feb. 17 as Founders' day made. Mrs. Conklin explained that a study club is necessary if the unit is to become a standard P. T. A. and that it is customary to take a free will offering for extension work as a birthday gift on Founders' day. Dr. B. W. Rincr offered the invocation and Miss Dorothy Han- Ion read the monthly message from the state and national presidents of P. T. A. Talks to Lions. CLEAR LAKE—R. M. Hall, president of Cerro Gordo county . __ „ Farm Bureau, spoke to members Linger Longer club will meet at I O f the Lions club on farming con, the home of Mrs. August Bitker ditions at a luncheon held at the ! Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. | Legion clubrooms Wednesday ] Lake's Ambitious Vestas, girls' j noon , 4-H club, will meet Saturday af- I — the home 'of Mrs, E. I Big City Lure. The Banner township farmer says he is considering giving up farming and moving to town where he can get a job—maybe— and qualify for a little old age security.—Sioux City Tribune. tenioon a E. Sludyvin. Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Khodes, South Second street, are the parents of a baby boy born at then- home on Monday. Mrs. A. R. Watson, Phillips apartments, returned Wednesday Irom Cedar Falls and Geneva where she spent the holidays. Mrs. Lloyd Crozicr is able to be around again after a siege ol the flu. Mrs. Roy French, division street, has been ill several days with flu and sore throat. Leonard Cash, buttcrmaker at the creamery, has been ill several clavs with flu. Ed Rich, who left for the south Tuesday writes from Carrollton, Mo., that driving conditions are very bad and he may not con- iinue his journey for a few days because of the icy roads. Residents of drainage district No. 38 will hold election of trustees Saturday. Jan. 16, at the home of S^M. Hall, That friend of male America— j the one who discovered that cigar ; ashes are good for the rug—is out ] with another. He finds that dead leaves benefit the lawn.—Portland I Oresronian. , AT LAST A COUGH RELIEF-THAT ALSO SPEEDS RECOVERY Remember the name! It'» FOLEY'S HONEY £ TAR! Double-acting. ODE set of ingredient* quicklysooth«8. relieves tickUng.hncking.coUBh- kng . . . conts irritated throat [iniDRi to keep you from coughing. Another aot reaches the bronchial tubes, loosens phlegm, helps break up & cough due to a cold and speeds rtcotrtry. 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