Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 16, 1936 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 16, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 1936 SEVEN WAMPUM PAID FOR 5 TOWNS Chief Retain Vacation Value With Clause for Hunting, Fishing Rights. SOUAHBRIDGE, Mass. (UP I -It was just 291 years ago that Chief Bucksham, leading local sachem, decided to liquidate his real estate and mine holdings and invest in textiles, according to a deed on file in the Worcester registry. Chief Bucksham sold the land now comprising this and four neighboring towns to the English in 1644, receiving 10 belts of wampum and many blankets and coats of trucking cloth. He agreed to dispense with the "Black Lead mines and all other mines and minerals with all the lands in the wilderness lying north and west east and south round the Blade Lead Hills for 10 miles each way." The chief made sure that he wouldn't lose his vacation land however, hy inserting a clause reserving to himself and his warriors the privilege of hunting, fishing, and planting on the grounds, ponds and rivers of the transferred territory. The deed was signed by the A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal NO matter how many, medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can § et relief now with Creomulsion. erious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomul- sion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened and expelled. . Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist is authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money if you are not satis'fied with, results from the very first bottle. Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) Don't WEAR YOUR GLASSES TOO LONG Without CHANGE Often it only "Makes a bad matter worse." Have your eyes checked up at least once a year, and LET LEPPER DO IT. YOU WILL LIKE OUR SERVICE, TERMS AND PRICES chief and his son Washcomos in Indian fashion, each putting it on the breast of the other and making his mark and seal. The original deed has been lost but a copy made in 1752 is still preserved. Kerssen Says Year to Be Big for Farm Equipment Dealers MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 16. W-This year promises to be one of the greatest years in the history of the farm equipment industry, H. S. Kerssen, Predericksburg, Iowa, president of the National Federation of Implement Dealers association, told the Minnesota Implement Dealers association convention yesterday. "General business conditions are better," he said, "since 1932 farm income has been on the upgrade. Cash income of the farmer does not tell the whole story because some of his expense items have gone down." Mrs. Oldson, 75, Dies at Eagle Grove; Rites Will Be Held Friday EAGLE GROVE, Jan. 16.--Mrs. Mathilda Oldson, 75, died at her residence Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Friday at the East Side Lutheran church, in charge of the Rev. T. J. Severtson. Burial will be made in Rose_Hiil cemetery, Eagle Grove. She is'survived by her husband Nels Oldson; six sens, Albert, William, Emil, Leonard and Elmer, in Eagle GrM'e. and Martin in Tama, also by one daughter, Mrs. Olga Lilleskau, in Dvws. She was born in Jbnstorp. Sweden, and has lived in the U. S. A. for 50 years. Dedication of Denver Legion Post Planned WAVERLY. Jan. 16._Joe Gunderson of Eagle Grove, third district commander of the American Legion, will be installing officers at the'ded- ication services for Iowa's newest post, Acker-Matthias post at Denver. Thursday evening. W. G. Henke of Charles City, state commander, will talk on ''things Today." James American Legion Today." James Dolliver, Fort Dodge, state vice- commander, will also speak. New First Couple of Cuba The newly elected president of Cuba, Dr. Miguel Mariano Gomez, is shown with his wife at their Havana home as the returns assured his elevation In the highest office in the land. The president-elect is former mayor of Havana. ( Press Photo) Here and There Will Sail for Geneva. ST. PAUL, Jan. 16. LB--Dr. Warren C. Waite, professor of agricultural economics at- University Farm here, will sail from New York Jan. 29 for Geneva, Switzerland, to represent the United States at the initial meeting of the league of nations nutrition committee Feb. 10. Some fellows seem to earn their reputation for piety simply by wearing a pair of squeaky shoes to church. GET ME A PILLOW, DEAR. MY BACK IS ALMOST BROKEN ROM SCRUBBING THE CLOTHES TODAY BUT NEXT DAY_ Marge reads this JH the Paper I WISH YOU D GET SOMEONE IN TO DO THE WASH, MARGE. YOU LOOK 'WORN OUT YOU KNOW WE cftU'T AFFORD IT. OTHER WOMEN DO THEIR OWN WASH. I GUESS I CAN.TOO AND ON WASHDAY SURE YOU'RE NOT TOO TIRED FOR THE MOVIES TONIGHT, DEAR? NO WONDER WOMEN WRITE TO THE PAPERS ABOUT RlNSO! IT SOAKS CLOTHES SO MUCH WHITER WITHOUT SCRUBBING. THEY DON'T EVEN NEED TO BE BOILED NOT A'BIT TIRED, RlNSO SAVED ME HOURS OF SCRUBBING TODAY, IT MAKES DISHWASHING MUCH QUICKERJOO, AND ITS SUPS ARE'SO EASY ON HANDS \7'OU need only a little Rinso to JL get i lot of rich, lively suds--ma in hardest water. Creamy, active suds that soak out dirt--get clothes so much whiter without scrubbing or boiling. Clothes last 2 or 3 times longer when washed this "scrubless" way. You'll save iots of money. Recommended by the makers of 33 famous washers. Safer for colors, safer for hands. Tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Institute. Get JUnso at your grocer's today. THE BIG6EST-SEIUNG PACKAGE SOAP IN AMERICA DOWS--Henry Miller left Tuesday evening for Cedar Rapids to attend the insurance convention. Will Serve Friday. LATIMER--The Latimer Park society will serve a. waffle supper at tne new gymnasium Friday evening starting at 5:30 o'clock. Are Parents ot Son. GENEVA--Born Jan. 12 to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wood, a son. Son Is Born. CLARKSVILLE--A son was born to Mrs. LaVerne Chesnut at Mercy hospital. Waverly, Wednesday. The father, Ed Chesnut, was killed in an auto-truck crash the middle of last May. Lock Pried Olf. RUDD--The lock was pried off of tne Finch Brothers oil station door. Nothing was taken. A radio, heater and g-as were stolen from there early in November. Accompanied to Casson. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oxley accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deitz of Britt to Casson, Minn., where they spent the week-end with the H. J. Deitz family- Suffers Injured Foot. KANAWHA--Mrs. J. L. Clark suffered an injury to her foot Saturday when in firing the furnace a chunk of coal fell on her foot. Leave for Minneapolis. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macauley and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Steward left for Minneapolis where they visited a sister of Mrs. Macauley and Mr. Steward. From there they were ,to go to Durand, Wis., for a visit. Postnuptial Shower Planned. LIMB SPRINGS--A postnuptial shower will be given in honor of Mrs. Gale Gowdy of Des Moines Tuesday evening at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. R. Prescott. War Situation Discussed. NORTHWOOD--The Misses Freda and Hilda Sa.ndrnan were hostesses to the Twenties club at the meeting held Monday evening. The Italian-Ethiopian situation and its causes was the subject for discussion. Two piano numbers were given by Gloria Frandle. Refreshments were served. Are Parents of Son. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Har- :ey Kemp are parents of a boy, oorn to them at their home here Jan. 13. This is the fifth child in the family. Reformed Church Elects. DUMONT--Members of the German Reformed church met Monday afternoon for the annual meeting and elected: Deacons, Jake Reiners and Will Kampman; elders, Will Poppinga and John Rewerts; pian- sts, Grace Claassen and Rena Wearda: treasurer. Will Poppinga; janitor, Jake Reiners. Visitors From California. COULTER--Mrs. Carl Almgren and litle son of San Matco. Cal.. ars here for a two months' visit with her parent;. Mr. and Mr?. Peter Madson of Coulter. Is Rapidly improving. SVVEA CITY--Eniil Larson, who submitted to an operation for a brain tumor at St. Mary's hospital at Rochester. Minn., three weeks ago is rapidly improving and is expected to return home in another week. Arrives From Montana. POPEJOY--Donald Kurd, who had spent several months employed near Poison, Mont., arrived here Monday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Kurd, and other relatives. Go to St. Paul. FERTILE--Mrs. A. L. Midtgard, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. N. L. Storrc. left for St. Paul Saturday, called there by the serious illne.«.5 nf Mrs. Micltgn rrt's niece. At Kocheslpr for Treatment. K O W A N Supt. I I . L. Ppsrh nf Rowan school accompanied his wife I to Rochester Monday evening where she went for treatment. She has been ill for several weeks. Daughter Is Born. ACKLEY--A girl was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanig, and named Norma Jean. Submits 1o Operation. SWEA CITY--Gifford Smith, senior high school student, submitted to an operation at the Iowa City hospital. He is making a rapid covery. Visitors From VV'oolstock. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. George Jone of Woolstock were visitors in the Dr. J. F. Martin home. Mak e Trip to Des Moines. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gorman made a business trip to Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Gorman are managers of the motion picture theaters at Greene and Rockford. Guests From Eldora. LATIMER--Mrs. Margaret Nelson, Pearl Nelson, lola Price, Jeanne Speers and E. J. Cable of Eldora were Sunday visitors at the H. D. Nelson home. Taken to Hospital. ROWAN--Miss Nina Rietz, who teaches IT miles south of Rowan, was taken to the Hampton hospital for an emergency appendicitis operation Sunday night. Advance in Gasoline Prices Announced by Standard Oil Firm CHICAGO, Jan. 16. (.T)--An advance of ',j cent a gallon in gasoline and naptha prices in ten states, effective Friday morning, wss announced today by Standard Oil company of Indiana. The higher prices wi;i prevail in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota. Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and the Dakotas. Dr. Holman Will Speak to Nora Springs P. T. A. NORA SPRINGS. Jan. 15.--The P. T. A. program Tuesday. Jan. 21, will include community singing, music, instrumental ensemble; tap dance, Spaanum sisters: music, high school sextet; health talk, Dr. David O. Holrnan. Eat What You Want, No Need to Exercise, No Purgatives Thousands who have reduced the Marmola way might well tell you that diets, exercise and drastic cathartics that drain the system are unnecessary.Simplytake4 Marmola tablets a day, containing a simple correctiveforabnormalobesitypre- scribed by doctors the world over. Buy a package of Marmola. Startat once to get rid of burdensome fat. Marmola is put up by one of the best known medical laboratories in America. Since 3 907, men and women have purchased more than 20 mil- lionpackages. Start today ! You will soon experienceMarmola's benefits. When you have gone far enough, stop taking Marmola, and you will bless the day you first discovered this marvelous r e d u c i n g a g e n t . Marmola is on sain by all dealers from coast to coast, price SI. MAIL ORDERS FILLED SAME DAY RECEIVED North Federal Avenue Phone L I F E B O U V O D O R E X S O A P Carholated S O A P 3 f o r IOC 5 C A BAR 35c Vick's Va-tro-nol 27c 25c Cascara Quinine 19c SOc Drake's Glessco 39c 25c Penetro Drops 19c Sell's Pine Tar Honey 23c 35c Tonsiline 27c 25c Mistol Drops 2Sc Johnson Cold Tab. ISc sSOc Rem, Cough Syrup 44c C A M A Y Beauty S O A P 4c c^e «LGATES Assorted S O A P S PALMACO Complexion S O A P L U X T O I L E T S O A P OATMEAL BEAUTY S O A P f35c Pisos, Syrup **m 60 C 2Sc Pure Castile Soap Full Pound When Cut 21c BEAUTINE Toilet Soap 3 for lOc PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 for 13c XH Wafer Cocoa Castile Soap 3 for 14c t. 19' BRING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO FORD HOPKINS Your doctor's orders will be followed implicitly by an experienced Ford Hopkins R e g i s t e r e d Pharmacist. Your .prescription will be compounded from the finest ingredients available--only fresh, potent drugs are used, and .vet the prices are always reasonable. Large Bar ! F L O A T I N G C A S T I L E S O A P Right to Limit Quantities. DRUG* /Vo Sales to Dealers. CreatnsLotions \SOc Jergen's Lotion 34c ICornhuaker's Lotion 33c |50c Pacquin's Cream 41c s3Sc Junis Cream \3Sc Frostilla Lotion 29c tDioxogen Cream 47c I SOc Milkweed Cream 39c I SOc Velure Lotion 39c ISSc Lady Esther Cream 39c \60c Phillip's Cream 49c 60c Me C O Y ' S CodliverOil TABLETS 39c i 60s P A T H E R J O H N ' S M E D I C I N E 40c 6 e. e. VIOSTEROL in Oil 39c EftlCKSEN'S Cod Liver Oil Fu " Pint 39c ABBOTT'S Haiiver Oil 10 e. e. 50 Halibut Liver Oil Capsules 49C $1 S o l a r o l Cod Liver Oil Concentrate Tablets 100's 69c 1.25 | Kelp-3-malt Tablets 79 c NO MORE COLDS Takes Coco Cod Every Day and Licks the Spoon Other cod liver oils havr only Vi' iirnuifi A J*nH D. bul Coco Cod ift ?iv nrh'in Virnrrun R--Ihr grfivvlh proniftttnc vsiamtn Build rcpj^-lanrr u» colds and disease Mrs A Richards w n ' c = " f i t ? i f . u ' s ' , tn», (,« Ct»i iftica": f ; i f ( ; . 5'i f : n v ( f t"\n,f, ffrh»l !i,i 'tocnhr n fitfrand uriittfl 01 iv ',,'* ro-".'Jf A'"^- r? ti'tirks -IS pn-j't'I.- nt-.-f /r'.i i fui' fifrijrrk'. '.'T i leek like Jonathan n^fte!." *--»«.·,. ·?** Good for thf whole family SPECIAL 79C The Chocolate Cod Liver Oil Bo* o f « R O T E * FOR THE SAFE TREATMENT OF Electric C O R N P O P P E R Poinsettia R U B B E R GLOVES 19c pair ^ size 34 SOc laxatives 2Sc N-R Tablets 18c 60c Jad Salts Cond. 46c 75c Alophen Tablets 69c 100 Hinkle Pills 19c 12 ox. Citrate Magnesia 19c 60c Sal Hepatica 46c 1.50 Agarol 38c \2Sc Phenolax Wafers 19c \8 oz. Castor Oil 36c \2Sc Ei-Lax I9c 6 Dental Needs SOc Kolynos Paste 3Scl Pint Dentoris Antis, 39c\ 25c fhillip's Paste 19c\ \ SOc /pang Tooth Paste 3/cS- \25c Colgate Cream /9cl ·*,', Dentoris Tooth Brush 33cS 2Sc Listerine Paste 35c Calox Powder 29 cl SOc Forhan's Paste 33 cl 35c Fasteeth Powder 29cf 4 ounces i ; ' i i - - .··*- Remedies' SI Miles Nervine S3c SSc Bi-So-Dot 49cl 1.25 S. S. S. Tonic SSc I SI Wampole's Prep. 79c\ 2Sc Pine-Balm 19c[ SI GermaniafferbTea 67c\ 75c Doan's Pills 59cS 7.25 Creomulsion 89ct 1.25 Vinkola 3Sc Minit-Rub 27 c\ 75c Baume Bcnguc c u \l Pound

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