The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 16, 1936 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, January 16, 1936
Page 11
Start Free Trial

Page 11 article text (OCR)

MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 193G ELEVEN MINNESOTA TO VOTE ON BORAH Idaho lo Permit Knutson to Put Name Before Convention. WASHINGTON, Jan. 16. (At-Representative Harold Knutson of Minnesota announced yesterdaythat Senator Borah of Idaho had given him permission to place his name before Minnesotans as a candidate for the republican nomination for president. "I expect to go out to Minnesota within the next 30 days and get to work organizing," he said. Already Borah has given permission to republican leaders to work for him in New York, Wisconsin, Ohio and Illinois--states which have presidential primaries. Minnesota has a party convention. 2 Directors Renamed by Leland Co-Op Bank LELAND, Jan. 16.--The Leland Co-operative bank held the annual meeting at the school gymnasium Tuesday, Jan. 14. No change was made in the board of directors as Oscar Ambroson and Gilbert Thunc vere re-elected. After the brief business meeting, Atty. Tom Boynton of Forest City gave a short talk. Free lunch was served after the meeting adjourned. Instantly You Catch Cold Do These 2 Things For Fast Relief, Remember These Pictures WHY BAYER ASPIRIN WORKS SO FAST Drop a Bayrr Aspirin tablet into a glass o[ water, B y t h e t i m c i t hifathe 153] bottom n[ the clnsa it IB disintegrating. T HE moment you feel a cold coming on. follow the pictured directions above: Two Bayer Aspirin tablets with a /u/( glass of water. Three Bayer Aspirin tablets, crushed and dissolved in 3^ glass of water as a gargle. Gargle with . this mixture twice, holding your '.. Jead well back lo permit this "medicated gargle to reach the irritated membranes of the throat. Your doctor will approve this treatment as perhaps the quickest, simplest way known to fight cold and sore throat. The Bayer Aspirin taken internally will combat a cold almost . instantly, and ease the usual pains IN 2 SECONDS BY STOP WATCH A Genuine Bayer Aspirin tablet starts to disintegrate and go to -work. What happens in these glasses happens in ynur stomach--Genuine BAYER Aspirin tablets start "takinc hold" of pain a few minutes after taking. that accompany one. The gargle will ease sore throat in a few minutes. For it acts like a local anesthetic in relieving pain and rawness. When vou buy, though, see that you get'real BAYER ASPIRIN tablets. For they dissolve almost instantly in the stomach and thus start working almost instantly. And they dissolve completely enough to use as a gargle. Watch out for £'s. GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN 93,000 GETTING AGED PENSIONS Number Will Be Increased Soon As Other States Approve Bills. WASHINGTON, Jan. 16.--Nine ty-t^iree thousand persons in the United States are already receiving old age pensions, it is revealed in the report of an Associated Press nationwide survey. And the number is soon to be increased as a result of recent legis lation adopted in several states, including Illinois. Depends on U. S. In Illinois the "dollar a day" pen sion bill was signed on January 3 by Governor Homer, but nobody is to receive as much as a dollar a day at present. That figure is the top and half of it depends upon getting federal money. The roost the state itself will pay is $15 a month. The survey shows Alabama paying $10 to 512 a month, Colorado $17.60. Washington $21, New York $30, Iowa $14.50. Michigan $11 Massachusetts $25.50, Wisconsin $30. These figures are representative. The total number of states which now have old-age pension laws is twenty-two. Requirements Differ. Each state requires a definite period of residence. In Illinois the applicant must prove that he or she is 65 and has lived in the state five of the last nine years, the last year continuously. The applicant must also show that he or she has no children financially able to provide support and that his or her income from aiJ sources, including a pension, would not be greater than $360 year. State Medical Group to Hold Convention in Rochester May 4 to 6 ROCHESTER, Minn., Jan. 16.-Dates for the eighty-third annua meeting of the Minnesota State Medical association to be held Rochester this spring were announced by Dr. E. A. Meyerding St. Paul, secretary of the association. Scientific sessions will be held May 4, 5 and 6 with business sessions on the preceding Sunday. Offering special opportunities for those in attendance at the state meeting will be a meeting of the American Thoracic Surgical society to be conducted in Rochester at the same time. Clinics will be featured on the program for the state meeting, according to plans being made by tbj committee on scientific assembly -of the assficiation of which Dr. W. W Will, Bertha, president of the as sociation, is chairman. Other members of toe committee include Dr F. J. Hirschboack, Duluth, chairman of the medical section; Dr. C. N. Hensel, St. Paul, secretary; Dr. G B. New, Rochester, chairman of the surgical section; Dr. T. H..Sweetser, Minneapolis, secretary; Dr. W. A O.Brien, Minneapolis, chairman of exhibits and Dr. Meyerding. These clinics will take the place of the usual table demonstrations and will he conducted each morning by Rochester doctors. So Shirley has a big, new, Money-Saving Dodge Beauty-Winner "TN SELECTING a car to take Shirley to and from the A studio we were primarily interested in safety," says Mrs. George Temple, mother of the famous child cinema star- "The new 1936 Dodge with its rugged steel body and amazing brake action proved * happy solution to this problem." The big, new 1936 Dodge gives you an amazing combination of safety features... the safety-steel body... genuine hydraulic brakes , . . finger-tip steering and Shifting--immediately responsive in heavy traffic. Dodge, however, gives you more than safety. Roomier, more luxuriously appointed than ever, the big, new, Money-Saving Dodge is smashing all economy records--owners report 18 to 24 miles to the gallon of gas and saving up to 20 on oil. See this big, new Dodge today. Drive it! Enjoj the amazing comfort of its Airglide-Ride. And remember, Dodge is now offered at new low prices--only $640 and up, list prices at factory, Detroit--only a few dollars more than the lowest-priced cars! Shirley TempM, starring in "Captain January''--Darryl F. Zanuck in charge of production, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation--soon to be shown at your favorite theatre. Grim War Protest Before taking poison in Washington, D. C., Mrs. CapUola W. Koltes (above) wrote several notes asking mothers not to sac- rilice iheir sons in war. She is said to have feared her son, Robert. 21, who joined her in death pact, would he forced into war. (Central Press Photo) WAGE DISPUTE UNSETTLED YET WPA and Labor Officials of Iowa Leave Washington After Parleys. WASHINGTON. Jan. 13. (/P-Iowa WPA and labor officials returned to Iowa today with the controversy over wage rates still unsettled. Feelings were aroused to an angry pitch after J. C. Lewis, president of the Iowa labor federation, leported that an ide of Federal Administrator Harry Hopkins told him the question of wage rates would be left up to L. S. Hill, state WPA administrator. That was the same status the situation was in before Lewis went to Washington seeking prevailing wage rates. Hill meantime declared before leaving- the capital that he would continue to pay security wages on Iowa WPA projects, and angrily asserted he would "never have a. conference again with Lewis as long as I live." Hill said "I've been temporizing but now I've declared my independence. I just won't have anything to do with him." He declared he had so advised John Connolly, Jr., counsel for the Iowa federation. Lewis and Connolly appealed to Jacob Baker, Hopkins' chief labor relations aide, but Lewis said "he told us that Hill had sole authority to regulate those wages as we re- requested, and that it would be left up to him." Lewis said he did not know definitely what his next move would be. Negro Dismisses Case Against Manager of Burlington Theater BURLINGTON. Jan. 16. (.W -N a t h a n i e l Kinnard, Burlington Negro, who filed an information Tuesday against Lorenz Wegener, manager of a moving picture theater here, charging him with segregating Negroes in his theater contrary to a 40 year old Iowa statute, decided to dismiss the case today. The theater has a small section of seats where whites are not admitted. Woman Gives Birth to Boy and Then to Girl 2 Weeks Later POLKTON, N. Car., Jan. 16. (.?)-Dr. J. M. Boyce today reported the birth of two children two weeks apart, one in 1935 and the other in 1936, to Mrs. Clyde Sikes, farm woman of Burnsviiic township in Anson county. On Dec. 29. Dr. Boyce said, he was called to the Sikes home and delivered a pound and a half boy who lived only 55 hours. On Jan. 11. the second child was born, a two pound girl. The physician said both mother and daughter were doing: as well as could be expected, adding that the births were premature. BelmondCO.F. Holds Reorganization; Fred D. Fulton Is Ranger EELMOND, Jan. 16.--The reorganization of the Catholic Order of Foresters of St. Francis church was held here in the I. O. O. F. hall Sunday afternoon. At this meeting 35 adult members were taken into the adult class, and 20 into the juvenile class. Initiation cermonics were held during the afternoon with a banquet served at five-thirty, followed by a program. The program consisted of speeches by Charles E. Byrnes of Cedar Rapids, George C. Ickel, state chief ranger, Father Matternach of Garner and Fred D. Fulton and the Rev. S. J. Mauer of this place. The following were elected; C h i e f ranger, M. A. Holtzbauer; recording secretary, Leo Kernan; financial secretary, M a r t ia 1 Holtzbauer; treasurer, Dr. A. M. Larson; speak- er. William Dempsey; W. J. McLaughlin was elected trustee for a term of three years, John Jones, for two years, and Ira Studcbakcr one year. The original court which was in organization here was composed of a membership of four. Sunday the membership was increased lo 56. Will Return to Sehaller. FOREST CITY--Miss Marguerite Peterson, who has been convalescing at the parental L. E. Peterson home since before Christmas from a serious pneumonia illness will return to her teaching position at Schallcr this week-end. Dr. E. C. Martin Successor lo Dr. J. D. Iteeler CHIROPODIST 316 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. Ph. 331 Chandos Smith to Be Principal at Luverne LTJVERNE. Jan. 16.--Chandos mith now teaching at Gilmore City, as elected by the Luverne school- oard to succeed Fred Graham who leaving this week to take up his ork in the Ft. Dodge school. Mr. Smith will teach mathematics, iology, will be athletic coach and ecome principal of the school. He married and has one child, a boy f five years. Pioneer Resident of Kiester, 77, Succumbs KIESTER, Minn.. Jan. 16.--Kieser lost another old pioneer here Tuesday night when Mrs. Joe 3ogenszutz died. She was 77 years old. She leaves her husband, one daughter and three sons. Scoft Elected Chief. MARBLE ROCK, Jan. 16.--Officers ilected by the Marble Rock Fire :ompany for the coming year were. iV. D. Scott, chief: R. D. Walstcr, assistant chief; P. L. Baltilmore, orcman; W. H. Thorton. assistant oreman; Guy Garbor. secretary; J. S. Jesmore, treasurer. MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT FRUIT OF THE LOOM COTTON FROCKS "Guaranteed by Good Housekeeping These Fruit of the Loom Daytime dresses that you choose for style, are the only cotton dresses Guaranteed by Good Housekeeping for fabric excellence, for fast colors, for accurate size and for workmanship. This means that you can pur them through all kinds of wear and tear, and they'll remain as crisp and as smart as the day you bought them! FULL FASHIONED SILK HOSE Pair 44c Chiffon and service weights. You'll find these values the best offered. Slightly irregulars of our better stockings. OUTING PAJAMAS, 69c Ladies' and girls' outing flannel pajamas very specially priced for Dollar Day. Ladies' sizes, small, medium and large; girls' sizes 8 to 14. LORRAINE BLOOMERS AND PANTIES, 3 for $1 PLAY SUITS, 2 for SI Children's suits of blue denim trimmed with plain blue. COTTON BATTS, 59c Three pound stitched cotton batts in size 72x90. CHINA COTTON BATTS, 44c Very fine quality cotton batts, one pound, size 72x90. COTTON PRINTS, 10 yards $1 Fast color prints in new spring patterns. 36 inch. LUNCH CLOTHS, 2 for $1 In checks of red, green, gold and blue. Sizes 45x45 and 52x52. COMFORTER CHALLIES, 36-inch Yard 15c DRAPERY DAMASKS, 2 yards $1 In blue, green, rust, gold and wine. Buy your drapes on Dollar Day--it will mean big savings. Regularly 9Sc. CURTAIN PANELS, 2 for $1 Scranton mesh panels in 50 in. width. COTTON BATTS, Each 9c Small size batts of bleached cotton. LORRAINE SLIPS, 79c Rayon slips with built-up shoulders and brassiere tops. Slightly irregulars. Sizes 32 to 46. PECIALS GOWNS AND PAJAMAS, 69e Of fine quality rayon in pastel shades. Regularly 98c. LADIES' HOSE, Pair 25e Rayon and wool hose in dark shades. Sizes 9 to 10'/2. WASH FROCKS, 3 for $1 Daffodi' dresses in fast color prints and neat styles. Sizes 14 to 46 in standard lengths. Just 53 dresses in this lot. SMOCKS, $1 New smocks in short Russian style or full length in military effect. Sizes 14 to 40. WINTER COATS, $6.90 to $10.90 Smashing reductions on fine, warm coats in untrimmed sports styles or trimmed with furs such as French Beaver, Pointed Fox, and Manchurian Wolf. Sizes 12 to 50.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page