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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Invited to Press Contest. FREMONT, Nebr., Feb. 5. (U£) -7-Iowa high schools have been invited to participate in the annual Tri-State press contest sponsored by Midland college March 4 to April 17, according to an announcement today. School Teacher Falls Down. DES MOrNES, Feb. 5. UB--Miss Edith Holtman, 55, who fell while conducting a group of her Oskaloosa school pupils thru the capitol yesterday, was recovering from a. fractured collar bone and cuts and bruises. A COLD As soon as you realize you've taken cold--take some tablets of Bayer Aspirin. Almost before your head ·can stuff-up, you feel your cold is. conquered. Those aches and pains you felt coming on will soon subside. Relief is almost instantaneous! Even if your cold has gained headway, and your temples throb and your very bones ache, these tablets will bring prompt relief. It is better, of course, to take Bayer Aspirin at the very first sneeze or cough-»it will head-off the cold and spare you much discomfort. Get the. genuine, with proven directions for colds and headaches; neuralgia, neuritis, sore throat, and many important uses. .iB the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mtmoaceticacideater o! SaUcylicadS LOOK FORWARD WITH JOY TO GOOD YEAR, CLAIMS RHYME BOY LOS ANGELES, Feb. 5. (/B--De- ression's bleak era is over and one, and everything's "oke" for the ear '31. This dope's on the level, or figures don't lie, asserts one J- Harris, a cheerful like guy. The blame for depressions this entury's seen, he says can be laic o the number "13." The unlucky otal of 13 appears in adding the digits in all the lean years. A "one" and a "nine" and 'three" and an "o" will total 13 your addition will show. In 19 naught three and in '21 too, the total "13" raised a panicky hue. This year of our lord has no sim lar jinx, and nothing can panic us J. Harris thinks. GHARLSON HEADS LELAND CO-OP Larson Is Elected as New Director at Meeting of Creamery. LELAND, Feb. 5.--Officers reelected at the annual meeting of the Leland Co-operative Creamery company Tuesday afternoon were H. J Charlson, president; C. M. Jensen, vice president; Edd O. Peterson, secretary; August Anderson, treasurer; Martin Thompson, Albert Langerud, Horace Thompson, directors. Harry Larson was chosen director to take the place of Ralph Rich. Roy Howard was appointed cream hauler. lowan May Be Given Unearthed Treasure FORT DODGE;Feb. 5. (UP)--A fortune in gold, buried in four large tin cans and unearthed after the death of Johnny O'Neil, picturesque figure in Colorado's early history, may mean'financial independence to Mrs. J. J. Reardon of Fort Dodge. The money was buried by her brother, who died in 1927 without revealing the hiding place of his fortune, Mrs. O'Neil, cleaning an oil house recently, unearthed the money in $10 and $20 gold pieces. Mrs. Reardon was promised a share of the fortune by her brother before he died, she claims. Clark to Give Address. DES MOINES, Feb. 5. (JB--Dr. Talieferro Clark of the United States public health service will Hethe principal speaker at the annual meeting of the Iowa public health association here April 2 and 3 Health commissioners from Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Kansas have signified their intention to attend. New Doric Styj e Chef Brings and Charm to Your Kitchen You'll Save Exactly $12.55 By Acting Promptly This New Style Range Will Be $74.75 The New Doric Magic Chef Only And Your Old Stove During Introductory Sale Price Include Heat Regulator P RICE need no longer prevent you from enjoying the advantages of an ultra modern gas range such as the most fastidious of housewives would be proud to own--· a range that's smartly styled, exquisitely different, yet practical in every respect. C The new Doric Model Magic Chef is designed to give your kitchen a refreshing atmosphere of individuality--to 'afford every conceivable cooking convenience--to assure you' of uniform baking success every time. And it's priced within reach of all. Be sure to see this classically handsome, dependably efficient range before the brief introductory offer is withdrawn. You'll agree that it's different than anything ever'before offered" in gas ranges. ^tf -f+ B^^F Only * 1 Down »·* Then *5 Monthly Peoples Gas Electric Company GOLDFIELD WILL HAVE INSTITUTE Livestock Exhibits Will Be Feature of Show Held Friday, Saturday. GOLDFIELD, Feb. 5--The annual Farmers' institute and short course will be held Friday and Saturday. Preparations are being made to take care of a large crowd. Livestock will again he the feature of the institute. The Goldfield Colt club will exhibit young stock and special prizes will be awarded for this department as well as for the other 4-H departments. The livestock judging will take part at Whyte's garage as usual with B. J. Quaife of Iowa State college serving as judge of the various livestock departments. The home economics department of the short course will he held at the Methodist church and will be in charge of Mrs v Henry Harvey as chairman. Miss Ruby Kassel will serve as judge. Other departments are grain show and the poultry show. The local Farmers' institute is put on thru the co-operation of the businessmen of Goldfield and farmers of the community and several hundred dollars in premiums are awarded annually. Officers for this year's institute are: President, France Warner; vice president, Asa Reichter; secretary, F. H. Kelly; treasurer, R. W. Yarwood. A basketball game between Livermore and the local high school team will be a feature on Friday evening. HAVE LEADS IN PLAY AT .MANLY Charles City Drive for Clothing Starts CHARLES CITY, Feb. 5.--ThQ Floyd County Red Cross chapter and Social Service league are putting on a drive for clothing which will be used for local purposes anrl a shipment will be made to the national headquarters in response to an appeal for wearing apparel. The drive win be county wide and starts here Thursday with a "Bundle Day" in the schools. Contributions will also be sent to the city hall and all garments will be fumigated before being sorted. Other towns in the county have signified a willingness to co-operate. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS KOY HAKNACK MKS. GLADYS WILU1E . F. 15. LOlieifllAN MANLY, Feb. 5.--The American Legion auxiliary at Manly will present a three net comedy, "Over the Wall," in the hiKh school auditorium Felt. IS. Tho leading roles are Inlccn hy Mrs. Gladys Wilkie, Roy Iliir- nack and F. B. Logcman. Proceeds from the piny will le used for rehabilitation. Mrs. G. S. Wcslly is the coach. ., C H A R L E S CITY N E W S Mrs. Bell Dies at Charles City; Rites to Be Held Friday CHARLES CITY, Feb. 5.--Mrs. Lettie Mae Bell, wife of Clark Bell of Ulster township died yesterday at the Cedar Valley hospital at the age of 35 years. She leaves her husband and five children, the* youngest an infant. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at her home in Ulster township with the Rev. G. A. Hess officiating and burial will be made in Rockford cemetery. Increase Is Shown at Charles City in Bank Clearing Total CHARLES CITY, bank clearings for Feb. 5.--The the mo.nth of January as furnished by the Charles City clearing house association for the month of January were $3,074, 19G.67 as compared with $3,033, 838.35 for the month of December Carillon Played by Blind Musician, 36, With Short Practice HTJMBOLDT. Feb. 5. (UP) -Frank L Voelker, 36, blind Iowa musician, played the carillon cnlmes at Iowa State college after only 10 minutes of practice, he revealed here today. Voelker is touring the state giving piano recitals. After the carilton keyboard had been explained to him by Miss Rosalind Cook, head of the college music department, he was able to play melodies altho his only medium of finding the correct handles was his sense of touch. Voelker wife formerly a motion picture house organist ill Des Moines, Fort Dodge and Webster City but the encroachment of the talking- picture left him without work in that line. He makes weekly trips to Ames to broadcast ovei station WOI. He was born in Dubuque and is a graduate of the Vinton school for the blind. Clinton to Be Host to Several Orders CLINTON, Feb. 5. (INS)--Clinton has been selected as the convention town for several organizations during the coming mouths. The grand lodge of Masons of Iowa will meet here June 9 to 11 and will be preceded by a two-day school of instruction. The grand lodge of Odd Fellows and the ^rand assembly of the Daughters o£ Rebekah along with a convention of the Woodmen of the World and Circle will be held in October. Arrangements for the meeting of the Legionnaires and auxiliary of the second district in April are being completed. Fire Department Has Banquet at Cresco CRESCO, Fefc 5.--Members of the Cresco fire department held their annual banquet at Mao's cafe i Tuesday evening with city officials and fire department members of 30 to 35 years ago as guests of honor. N. A. Bradley, as toastmaster, called on Chief Bernard Staebell for words of welcome and Judge : C. W. Reed for reminiscenses of early fire department days. S. A. Hamilton, C. E. Fields, J. D. Kennelly, W. L. Barker and E. P. --Farnsworth were other speakers. The question of a community fire truck for rural calls was the principal subject for discussion. Mrs. E. L. Childs has gone to Iowa City where she will submit an operation. GRAIN GROWERS Schenck, Algona, Is Elected Vice President of District 2. AMES, Feb. 5.--All officers and directors of the Iowa Corn and Small grain growers association were re-elected at the annual meeting and dinner held at Iowa stato college Tuesday evening in conncc tion with Farm and Home week. The officers arc: Ray Redfern Yarmouth, president; Carl Holden Williamsburg, vice president; P. C Taff, Iowa State, treasurer; Joe L Robinson, Iowa State, 'secretary John C. Eldredge, Iowa State, as sistant secretary; representative o the United States Department o Agriculture, A. A. Bryan, low.* State. The district vice presidents fol low: District No. 1 George W Smith Paullina; 2, A. B. Schencl" A-lgona; 3, Theodore Grouna, Water ville; 4, Fred N. Rupp, 5, H. F Osterland, Faulkner; 6, B. S. Straj. er, Hudson; 7, Frank Trucks, Coo lapids; 8, Marion Coppoch, Ankeny; Fred McCulloch, Hartwick; 10, O. D. Stone, Elliott; 11, H. R. Richards, Swan; 12, Carl Anderson, Wellman. The association also adopted a new corn score card which counts 0 per cent for maturity and soundness, 30 per cent for kernel charac- ers and 30 per cent for typo- of adaptability. Under the old score card maturity and soundness counted 55 and type 15 per cent. Mr Schenck was the winner in variety sweepstakes with white corn. Charles City Daughter and Dad Banquet Plannec CHARLES CITY, Feb. 5.--The Girl Reserve Daughter and Dad banquet will be held tonight in the Hil dreth hotel. The toastmistress is Catherine Fitzgerald. The prograir includes: Toast to dad, Helen Clay ton; toast to daughter, Coburn Chapter; violin ami piano duet Katherine Blumenstiel and France Dlckirson; one act play, "Fudge an the Burglar," five girls under the di rection of Mrs. R. J. Inness; one ac play, "Sweetheart Shop;" Girl Re serve songs. Charlotte Magdsickan Laura Norris are sponsors for th organization. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 5.--Tho Sittiff Trio will give n concert in thn Manual Arts building Monday at 10:30 o'clock in the morning. The series which ia the same one presented at Mason City and Waterloo is sponsored by a group of music lovers and the public schools. School is dismissed during the hour so the children can attend. Deaths of former residents was reported at Spencer. Charles Partridge who lived here when a boy died there. His adopted uncle, Lorenzo Bennett, died in Wyoming at the age of 81. A. McGregor Huffman who lived ere on Wisconsin street several ears ago died in Rockford, HI., last veek at the age of 67. His death vas caused by heart trouble. H. J. Huber returned from Cresco vhcre he attended the funeral of his incle, John Meyer. Mrs. A. F. Kober will entertain he "As You Like It" club Friday afternoon. There will be a homo project meeting at the home of Mrs. Darlie ·light, 93 Riverside Drive Friday afternoon when the lessons will be on goals in homeniaking and personal efficiency. The holding officers were re-elected at the meeting of the Charles City Building and Loan association. The assets of the organization arc now more than 5210,000. Dividends amounting to ?12,560.12 were paid last year. Will Close Shop. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 5.--Esther Krnupa. who has conducted a. gift and needlework shop here for several years has decided to quit business and is closing out her stock. Miss Kraupa's forme;: home was in Nora Springs. She has not announced her future plans. Atlnnfta Farmer Shoots Self. ATLANTIC, Fob. 5. (/PI--Edward Fisher, farmer, committed suicida by shooting, allegedly because of ill health. ON "That Look like Spring" About this lime in February, a woman is usually afflicted with "mal-dc-wardrobe." She needs a spirited print frock, or a spring- like pastel . . . She needs, indeed, a change of clothes more than a change of climate. And she finds, as usual, plenty of the new models at Damon's. FOR BETTER APPLIANCES Hip Broken in Fall. ORCHARD, Feb. 5--Mrs. William Squier, east of town, fell and broka her hip and tore the ligaments of her leg. Her daughter, Miss Sarah Chisholm was called from St. Paul to care for her mother. Dates Are Set. IOWA CITY, Feb. 5.--By means of four days of activities. University o£ Iowa seniors and alumni will observe the institution's seventy-first commencement May 29 to Juno 1. PURE SILKS ENTIRELY HAND- F I N I S H E D "DRESSMAKER" TYPE FROCKS OF EXPENSIVE LOOKING SIMPLICITY. Charmingly simple, WELL-BRED dresses . . . models you'll wear with pleasure all spring . . . flat crepes and cantons in a range of enchanting new colors . . . . you'd adore these dresses at twice the price . . . . at $18 they are an achievement, and one we're proud of! .,. ,, along comes for all ... With colorful, smart, new Spring Millinery. Youthful modes that flatter so subtly . . . styled in the inimitable Parisian manner . . . Damon's Spring collection will make your visit a most gratifying one. PANAMALAQUE , , , BAKU ... AND EXOTTC NOVELTY STRAWS

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