The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 3, 1931 · Page 8
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 3, 1931
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6 T MASON 01 l"i GLOBB-tiAZE'iTB ^FEBRUARY 3 1931 WITH ALL THE BRAN OF THE WHOLE W H E A T . ; . Something New!! A. Shaving Cream that is also A Skin Tonic! 'CaUcorn Shaving Cream fills a long-felt want. Containing tho delicately medicated, 'emollient propcrlica of Cullura, it produces a ricli, creamy lather tmit remains moist throughout tho shave, ftuflcus tho :ard and at tho earno time soothes tho skin. Anil what a wonderful nflcr-sliavo fcoliiigl A skin that U cool and refreshed, free from any tcns% tlry feeling. At your dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of S5c. Address: Cutlcura I-aboratoriea. MntUcn. M.iss. If Yon are Over-Fat Take 2 Grains Gland Food Daily Until Slenderness Returns "Thil IS tb 'durxr ·world to tlws ly res ^ Tbc ros«.-in is liras A srcit CSOK cf creeps £tt fas* ^cca irocsil ta 5a ta a ·wtiteaoJ jf-lsrii Iss sccsiira controls Kcu^d.-xx A want percats fcx macJi of oar food ro form fct. racdccn sfoctors feed tij»t bck- Snr fbctnc'rmal ecajroans are set right. · Marmot pccscripaaa raWecs embody sliat gfcn3 RCCVX- A ^rorlcr-fonrous trjcd- seal laboratory prepares them ro fit the raverage case. £201 box contains the ifonnula and the reasons for resarts- So ·all may use this modem treatment at very little cost. l»» been usevl for 24 years --^caJft«xs uf Hilts of »C- All cm every" «C!«* see tiri enotmocs rcood it has vk-cff. Msrsc 8,-lfcs hive fritrnJs \rfio can «3 tia.ii. ViTut folly then tv srant: or *svr«-^»x What Kilbr to use.treatments " harmful or absnrd. "AnJ \vhat fottv- ro ctrty an ovti-liurden of fee--a blighc to beauty, hdrdVond vim. Don." t -srait longer wSilc so rainy pin tltc joys of being slender. ATI druggists supply Minnola at £1. Go get it now, read the book to know what yo'u are taking and why. Then tdl the facts to others, as we tell you. MARMOLA PRESCRIPTION TABLETS Tbe Right Way to Reduce FARM LOANS MR. LANDOWNER: During the nineteen years thia office has loaned more than ten million dollars to farmers in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. We have a large number of loan companies that give ug exceptionally good service. Drop us a line and let us know your requirements. Our loans are made on the regular fiv,e-year plan and also on the amortization plan with liberal prepayment options and at lowest interest rates. We also handle city loans on good Mason City property and have some mortgages for sale to investors. Long Distance TBS«...--4« CSV*,** m*.**.m*mt Booms 501-513 Ph. No. 284-285 Hugii Shepard' MASON , :IOVVA .' i PRAIRIE QUEEN SELF-RISING Pancake Flout 1 BETTER . . . LOWER Than Ever 3%-lb. 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Sloan, who has taught for 32 years in the department of English, will deliver the convocation address. The event will be broadcast from Station WSUI. starting at 8 o'clock in the evening. Ervin A. Morrison, 'Dows, who received a B. A. degree in 1922 at Upper Iowa university, will receive the degree o£ doctor of philosophy in the subjects of education and educational psychology. He wrote his thesis on "The Measurement of Text Book Illustration in Fifth Grade Arithmetic." Harold David Harrington, Graet- tingor, who received the degree of B. A. at Iowa State Teachers college in 1027. will be awarded the degree of master of science in the subjects of plant ecology and zoology. He wrote his thesis on "Ecological Study of Some Winter Buds." Wrote on Geology- The degree of master of science will awarded to Maynard Lentsler, Waverly, who received a B. A. degree at Iowa university in 1925 in the subjects of general geology nnd paleontology. His thesis wsvs written on "Geology of the Yiroqua Quadrangle, Wisconsin." · Lois Katherine Clarke, Eagle Grove, Is a candidate for a certificate In education. North Iowa candidates for graduate nurse certificates are Mildred Valentine Erviu, Charles City; Florence.Haun Huffman, Nashua; Bernice Leonore Johnson, Karmwha; Marion Ruth Schell, Waverly; Josephine Anne Schwartz, Decorah. Candidates in North Iowa for the degree of bachelor of arts are Ijois Katherine Clarke, Eagle Grove; Genevieve Eleanore Ferris, Hampton, and Emma Theodora Schnedler, Nora Springs. Clarence^ Albert Horgan, Osage, fa a candidate fur the degree of bachelor ot science in commerce. Cadets Get Commissions. Awards of commissions' in the cadet regiment will be made. The commissions of captain in the iu- fantry unit will be made to Roberk Johnson Harrington, Algona, and Aldeu Dunham Avery, Spencer. Russell Henry Nie3 of Charles City will receive the commission of first lieutenant. Second lieutenant com- Don't neglect your child's COUGH or COLD T RYthismilder"coimter-irifanf." Good old . Musterole now made milder for babies and small children. So pleasant to use and so reliable--apply Childrcn's Musterole frcely to the affected area once every hour for five hours. That's the safe, sure treatment that millions of mothers and leading doctors and nurses recognize and endorse._ Musterole gets action because it is a "counter-irritant"--not just a salve ·--it penetrates and stimulates blood circulation, helps to draw, out infection and pain. That's jvhy this famous blend of oil of mustard,'camphor, menthol and other helpful ingredients brines relief naturally. Keep full strength Musterole on hand for adults and Children's Musterole for the little tots. CHILDREN'S SUCCEEDS BUTLER POCAHONTAS TO VOTE ON BONDS Contracts for Graveling in Seven 'Counties to Be Given in Iowa. AMES,' Feb. 3. UP)--Awarding of contracts for graveling: and grading 48 miles of primary road in seven counties and a special-election on a Droposal to issue $830,000 for pav- ng of Pocahontas county roads occupies the attention of good roails enthusiasts this week. The Pocahontas county bond election, to be held Wednesday, would if approved provide funds with which to pave a large portion of primary-No. 10, east and wes f across the county, and No. 17 north and south. None of the county's lighways are paved at present altUo all primary roads are graveled. The road Improvement contracts will be considered by the state highway commission at its regular meeting here Tuesday. The graveling projects are 6.3 miles on No. 14 in Lucas county from Chariton northeast to Williamson, 11.679 miles of No. 4 in Mills county from the junction with No. 34 north to Pottawattamie county line, and 6 miles of No. 61 in AIus- catine county southwest of Musca tine. The grading projetts are 4.406 miles of No. 42 in- Fremont county from road No. 4 into Rlvertou: 11.54 miles of No. 73 in Iowa county northwest of Marengo, '5.856 miles of No. 83 in Pottawattamie county from Avoca east to Walnut, ant 2.359 miles of No. 114 in Van Buren Bounty from No. 3 south to the Missouri state line. Brig. Gen. Kamlolph c. BerU- ley, above, luis temporarily re- plticcd MnJ. Gen. Smcdlcy D. Butler as commandant of the U. S. marine corps hase at Qunntico, Va., while General Butler awaits court murtuil for his remarks about Premier Bcnito Mussqlini in a recent speech at Philadelphia. missions will be given to Raymond Lester Birkholz, Charles City, and John William Shirley, Algona. In the engineer unit William Lyle Starkweather, Greene, and Luverne William Kehe, Waverly, will receive the commissions of captains. Donald Elmer JTarr, Waucoma, will tie awarded a second lieutenant commission. The commissions of captains in the medical unit will be given tu Leonard Matter Folkers, Allison; Milton Frederick Kiesau, Postville, id Neldon Mason Weigle, Riceville. Oswald Conrad Hardwig, Waverly, yill receive the commission of firsb ieutenant. . Are in Dental Unit, In toe' dental' unit ''the commissions '"'of captains -will- n e~ given to Lynn Clifford -Dirksen, Hurt; Kennard LaVernhe Jones, Lime Springs: Milburn Laverne Palmer, Riceyill? and EIroy Henry Witt/Northwood The commissions of first lieutenants will be given to Leroy N. Larson Clarion; John Sudduth Rule, Hampton, and Creno Aloysius Shiley Wallingford. The number of advanced degree;show a 64 per cent increase over tin figure of last February. The univci sity will .grant 103 degrees, and '2. certificates at the convocation. Tin- finjtl figure represents a gain 0". 11.8 per cent over the mark of the 1930 ceremony. For successful study in the graduate college, 46 men and -woraen v will receive advanced degrees, with the 24 master of arts recipients being in the majority. Degree o£ master of science will he issued to 16 scholars, while half a dozen have qualified fo; the doctorate. Does COFFEE Give You Sleepless Nights? /"X3FFEE (also other drinks and fooda) \-j often keep you awake. Frequently this is due to an acid condition they create. The next time you raid the ici box before retiring, eat two or three Turns (often only one Turn is enough) to relieve the Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Ga3, Acic Indigestion, which cause many sleepless nights. Easy to prove--get-a roll of Turns at any drug Btoreaiidtrythern.OnlylOc. .For Acfd Indigestion Master Farmer Lauds Encouragement Given in Adversity by Wife GLENWOOD, Feb. 3. (/Pi--Take from Rudolph C. Hopp, 60, a 1930 master Earraer, « wife's-encouragement during periods of adversity mean "more to a farmer than government farm relief." Hopp has been a Mills county farmer for more than 40 years. He recalls the time when he sold "eggs for four cents a dozen, butter fqr six cents a pound and hogs for two and one-halt cents a pound." "I wanted to throw up the battle," he said in telling of it, "but my wife encouraged me. She said things would soon be brighter. Her eucour j agement in times like that have been worth more to me than government farm relie*." ,Hopp, a native of Germany who came to America with his parents when but 3 years old, started working on farms when he still was p. country school boy. His father ha.'t died and he had to help support his mother and brothers and sisters. A.-i a result, he could attend school only intermittently and doubts if he received the equivalent o£ a present- day eighth grade education. AGAIN KONJOLA WINS "I (suffered wilK v stomacli trouble for ten years", exclaims Mr. James W. Lawrence, Indianapolis, Ind. "My liver was sluggish and I had dizzy spells. I · \vas badly constipated. Koniola restored my health after I spent hundreds of dollars on other medicines. Konjola is a real medicine and I recommend it". "How is Dora Dumleigh getting the talking pictures?" "Oh, all right,' I guess. They've given,' her a double for words of' over three syllables."--Rllnneapolis Tribune, Bunte Candy V A L E N T I N E SWEETS With a World of Meaning .. \ · Whether it's special boxed candy for her Valentine Gift or novelty candy for a St. Valentine Party, you'll find just the kind you want at Merkel's. And it's Bunte Candy! St. Valentine Boxes, % to \% Ibs., 19c to $1.29 Empty Heart Boxes, to be filled, lOc to 69c Cream Hearts in white, fed or pink, each lo Cinnamon Jelly Hearts, each Ic Small Cream Hearts, in red, white or pink, Ib 40c Conversation Hearts, in three sizes, Ib 40o Milk Chocolate Hearts, each : 5c e AAerkel Co,' THERE IS A- GENERAL FULL 16 W ELECTRIC E RADIO Rockford Declamatory Winners Are Chosen; ROCKFORD, Feb. 3.--The home I declamatory contest was held in the j high school auditorium Friday evening. The awards were: Oratorical, first, John Vala, second, William Steuben; dramatic, first, Genevieve Munshower, second, Beulah Gillham; humorous, frst, Helen Vala, second, Dorothy Hanson. Mrs. Corrino Mitchell was the coach and the .nidges were Superintendent Stall of Rockwel!, Charles M. Neveln ami Mrs. Ed Hunter of Mason City. Breaks Arm Crnnkinjj Car. CARPENTER, , Feb. 3.--William Nickerson fractured his right arm while cranking 1 his car. 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