Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 9, 1936 · Page 4
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 9, 1936
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 9 1936 County Agent to Talk to Clarksville Bureau CLARKgVJLLE, Jan. 9.--The Butler township Farm Bureau meeting will be held at the A. A.. Eichorn (arm home In east Butler Tuesday, Jan. 14. County Agent Pat Van Wert will give a talk, the Culture club will present a. play and there will be special music. COUCH If) LOZENGES I \SC CORBIN WINNER OF GUARD PRIZE Promotions Are Announced by Lieut. Will E. Hall in Headquarters Unit. First Lieut. Will E. Hall, commanding Headquarters company, Second battalion, 133rd Infantry of the local national guard, Thursday announced that Private Howard Corbin won first place and a cash prize of $5 in the military educational contest sponsored by the local company. Private Corbin, who was instructed by Sergt. Don V. Palmer, tied for first place with teams composed of Private Evcrette Peters, and Corporal Jacob R. Magnani and Private William Whorley and Sergeant Harry Ellsworth. In a spelldown which followed. Private Corbin was declared the winner of the contest with Private Peters placing second and Private Whorley, third. Cor- THEY/ WHERE* 1 ---* V t THE FIRE ?! *· ·' -- · ' -a AW.fM IN A HURRY TO GET SOME VITAMIN D BREAD- MOTHER V/ANTS TO 5TART That 4-D Plan is easy too--children simply brush their teeth daily, see their dentist, eat well- balanced foods, and make sure they get sufficient Vitamin D. Some of the Vitamin D any child needs every day, he can get from Vitamin D Bread, to assure strong bones and sound teeth. Ask for Vitamin D Bread by name, at your grocer's. poral Lynn G. Pearson won the company commander's contest and a cash prize of $1 among the noncommissioned officers. Promotions in the company announced by Lieutenant Hall were: Corporal Don V. Palmer to the grade of sergeant, Private First Class Robert S. Hirsch to the grade of sergeant and Private Maynard A. Anderson to the grade of corporal. Edward A. Newman, former member of the company, enlisted at the regular drill and was assigned to the radio section. Sergeant Lorry M. Caldwell and Private First Class Nick Chutes were placed in charge of the silent manual of arms to be given by the company in the near future. Lieut. George" E. Cornelius, who is in charge of rifle marksmanship announced that firing on the indoor range would start in the very near future and that competitive matches would be fired with other national guard organizations in the state. Dolder Given 30 Days for Illegal Possession of Intoxicating Liquor John Dolder, 807% Harrison avenue southwest, was fined $100 and costs by Police Judge Morris Laird Thursday on a charge of illegal possession of intoxicating liquor. Dolder was unable to pay his fine and was sentenced to serve 30 days in the county jail. Dolder was arrested at his home at 10 o'clock Wednesday evening. He had 37 bottles of home brew in his possession when arrested. Don Patterson, 704 Monroe avenue northwest, was fined ?10 and costs on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested at his home at 11:35 o'clock Wednesday evening. Glen Neebe, Plymouth, was fined $10 and costs on a similar charge. He was arrested at First street and south Federal avenue at 10:45 o'clock Wednesday evening. Christ Rosenberg, 1630 Carolina avenue northeast, forfeited a 51 bond posted when arrested Wednesday on a charge of double parking. Visits fa Woodward. POPEJOY--Jimrnie Caruth is spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Davis of Woodward. Are Parents of Son. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hopes are the parents of a son born Jan. 4. COMMON X»LDSJ I Relieve the distressing 1 symptoms by applying Menlholatum in nostrils and rubbing on cnegi. Gives COMFORT Daily If yon prefer nose drops, or throat spray, call for the MEW MEMTHOUTUM LIQUID .In handy boltlewifli dropper SPECIAL! FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY -- WHILE THEY LAST Very Similar ^-^ ' to Photo Chair or Rocker for You'll Have to Hurry Because They'll Go Fast at This Low Price! MASON CITY FIRST STREET S. E. Wife Gets Divorce From John M. Smith of Perry Man Found at Garner After Disappearing Is Insane. MKS. EDITH M. SMITH STOCK IN UNITED LIGHT PURCHASED Large Holdings of Chase National Bank Bought by Trust Firm. Of interest in North Iowa are the details of a deal in which the Chase National bank of New York made arrangements to sell its 42 per cent loldings of the United Light and Power company voting stock to a jroup of investment trusts. The deal was one of the largest since the financial crash of 1929. The transaction involves the transfer of 448,667 Class B voting shares of the $571,000,000 electric power concern, to trust units affili- ited with the banking firms of J. W. Seligman Co., and Field, Glore and Co., and Harrison Williams, a iolder of large amounts of utility securities. In Buying Group. The buying group consists of American Cities Power and Light corporation and Electric Sharehold- ngs corporation, the Harrison Wiliams units, Tri-Continental corporation, Selected Industries, and Blue ^idge corporation of the Seligman concern and the Chicago corporation, associated with Field Glore and company. Proportions of the United Light shares to be distributed among the rusts was not revealed. Other large holdings, though considerably smaller than those of the Chase bank, are in possession of the Coppers interests, controlled by the tfellons, and the U. S. and International Securities corporation, an nvestment company associated with ;he banking firm of Dillon, Read and company. Owned by Eaton. The Chase holdings originally were the property of Continental Shares company, in. which Cyrus Baton of Cleveland, Ohio, was the dominant figure. United Light'and Power properties are situated in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia and Wisconsin. DES MOINES, Jan. 9. GM--Mrs. Edith M. Smith. 35. added another chapter to the bizarre story of John M. Smith of Perry, when she obtained a divorce in district court here late yesterday. Smith, one-time farmer-labor candidate for governor, who in February, 1931, dropped from sight leaving a burned body in his truck near Denison, now is in the criminal insane ward of Anamosa reformatory. For a time officers believed the body found in the burning truck on a lonely road was that of Smith's, but investigation disclosed it had been embalmed. Smith five months later was ound bound along the highway near Garner. He claimed he had been kidnaped, but refused to explain the circumstances of his disappearance or how an embalmed body happened to be placed in his truck. It also was discovered that while he was miss- ng, he married Pauline Elizabeth Shaw at Sedan, Kans. The first Mrs. Smith testified that Smith "received a phone call and picked up and left" the day before lis burned truck wag discovered. She declared that was the last she saw of him until he reappeared at [arner. Mrs. Smith was given custody of a 15 year old son, Leo. Neighborhood Prayer S e r v i c e s Held by Sessions Each Week The first of a series of prayer meetings being held in six districts in the city in charge of the Klders of the Church of Christ were held Wednesday evening. District No. 6, meeting at the home of C. E. Sherwood, 702 Jefferson avenue, northwest, reported 16 present, with C. W iicks conducting the service. Twelve were present at district No. 3, meeting at the home of L. J. Doctor, 413 First street southeast, with R. C. Morehouse in charge. This district reported $22.50 already pledged toward the expense of the evangelistic meeting to be held In February. Each district has a goal if S60 to raise toward this expense, District No. 4, meeting 1 at S. M. VIcKee's, 1438 North Hampshire 'lace also reported 12 present with S. L. Haynes conducting the service. j. S. Atkinson conducted the service or district No. 5, which met at the lome of Donald Watts, 911 North Harrison, with 10 present. District No. 1 met at the home of R. E. Robertson, 1615 South Delaware, with 9 resent and Harry Russell as leader. District No. 2 had 7 present at the lome of W. S. Kollman, 501 South Jersey avenue, with Mr. Kollman eading. A total of 66 were present at all of the meetings. Next Wednesday evening a new set of homes will ie used for these meetings. The meetings will continue each Wednesday evening in January. Fire Breaks Out on Fifth Floor of First National Bank Building Fire broke out on the fifth floor of the First National bank building at 8:36 o'clock Wednesday evening when a mixture in a kettle on a gas stove boiled over and caught fire. The fire occurred at suite 516, occupied by the American Optical company. When firemen arrived, the rubber hose leading to the stove had burned and the gas was on fire as well as the mixture. The fire was extinguished by a 2y 2 gallon handpump, The wall was scorched and some electrical appliances and connec. tions were burned. Funeral Services for Infant Son of Mr., Mrs. Herman T. Theilen Held Funeral services for Charles Gene Theilen, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman T. Theilen, 2239 Twenty- first street southwest, were held Thursday afternoon at the home. The Rev. O. Mall, pastor of St. James Lutheran church, was in charge of services. Lock Photo of Library Entrance on Display Safford W. Lock gave to the library Thursday morning a 12 by 15 inch print of the library door. The photograph was taken at night and in the printing Mr. Lock has most successfully brought out the illusion of velvety darkness and the soft glow from the lamps on the steps by using in his printing salts of uranium and iron. This combination produces a turquoise bluish tone with the black. The picture is mounted on gray board and is signed. It will be exhibited at the library the remainder of this week and next week. Those who are interested in photography and everyone who enjoys a beautifu piece of work should see this picture on display. Miss Lydia Barrctte librarian, stated. Gradually the library is building up a portfolio of work by younj, artists that will be a real help to j others who are working and study 1 ing, she said. MISSION DOCTOR TO GIVE ADDRESS Women's Missionary Society to Have Charge of Church of Christ Services. A service in charge of the Women's Missionary society will be held Sunday morning: at the Church of Christ. The society has one such service every year, generally the first Sunday in December. As a suitable speaker could not be arranged at that time, the service was postponed until Sunday, Jan. 12. Members of the society will conduct the service at which Dr. Louis F. Jaggard, medical missionary from Africa, will give the address. Dr. Jaggard is in this country on furlough, being in charge of the Lockwood-Kinnar hospital at Mon- ieka on the Belgian Congo. He went to Africa in 1908 and after serving at Bolenge and organizing stations at Longa and Lotumba, organized OLD KING COLE IS A MERRY OLD SOUL NOW THAT HE EATS ROAST BEEF.. . HE HAS HIS TUMS IF HEARTBURN COMES... , THEY GIVE HIM QUICK ROSFI LEARN HOW TO EAT FAVORITE FOODS Without Heartburn... Gas... Scur Stomach / AKE the test that has switched millions to A vi Turns. Munch 3 or 4 of them after eating a meal of your favorite foods or when too much smoking, hasty eating, last night's party or some other cause has Drought on acid indigestion, sour stomach, gas, belching or heartburn. See how food "taboos" vanish. You are not raking any harsh alkalies which physicians say may increase the tendency toward acid indigestion. Instead a wonderful antacid that works in an unusual way. by dissolving only enough to correct stomach acid . . . just like candy. Ctaly ICc a roll. At all drug stores. FORTHETUWMY CHEESE MARKET ONE TO A CUSTOMER Full Pound Package Fancy English Cookies I5c To Friday and Saturday Patrons Bavarian Bar Spread German Brick Cheese Pineapple Cream Spread Limburger Brick Loaf New Cheese Bread Holland Leyden WHOLESALE or RETAIL Hair Block East of Ward's in MASON CITY the station at Monieka where he has remained since. Thousands are cared for each year at the Monieka station. In the last year more than 23,000 treat- nents were administered by Dr. Jaggard and his assistants. Dr. Jaggard was graduated from Drake university with B. S. and M. B. degrees and has taken further study in Belgium. While a student FLUSH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Medical authorities agree that your kidneys contain 15 MILES of tiny tubes or filters which help to purify the blood and keep you healthy. If you have trouble -with too frequent bladder passages Tvith scanty amount causing burning and discomfort, the 15 MILES of kidney tubes may need flushing out. This danger signal may be tha beginning of nagging backache, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, pumness under the eyes and dizziness. M kidneys don't empty 3 pints a day and so get rid of mvc. than 3 pounds of waste, poisonous matter may develop, causing serious trouble. Don't wait. Ask your druggist for DOAN'S PILLS, which have been used successfully by millions of people for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help to flush out the 15 MILES of kidney tubes. Get DOAN'S PILLS at your druggist at Drake he won recognition as an athlete, having taken part in track events. I Suffering From Diabetes. SEXTON--John Wermersea wa» brought to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harvey Steven, where she will care for him. He is suffering with diabetes. Iowa's Most Distinguished Hotel A Tangney-McGina Hotel Home of the Famous Tropical Room -- Dining -- Dancing: WE MUST VACATE FE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS Worth of MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING, SHOES, RUBBER FOOTWEAR, FURNISHINGS for the entire family, DRY GOODS, BLANKETS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and PAINTS MUST BE SOLD regardless of Price . . . COST and VALUE has been FORGOTTEN! Below We are Listing ONLY A FEW of the SPECIALS in our GROCERY DEPARTMENT Vacuum Packed, Ib.. 49-Ib. bag 9 0 S CRACKERS 21b. Box FLOUR 49 Ib. Bag Guaranteed Mich. Hand Picked, 8 Ibs. APPLES 10 Pounds Smoked Salt Morton's, 10 Pound Can Copper Bottom Fresh, Shredded, Ib.. 10 Bars HUNDREDS of other BARGAINS in our Various Departments--COME--SHOP--SAVE! WE PAY ABOVE MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS--CASH or TRADE H'lwlesalo and lietiiii 215-301 S. Federal Ave. DEPARTMENT STORE Open Evening* Phone 431

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