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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1931
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FEBRUARY 5 1931 MASON CITY GLOHE-GA/ETTK 13 MINNESOTA GAG LAW ATTACKED Lower House Votes to Repeal Newspaper Suppression Statute. ST. PAUL, Feb. 5. /P--Minnesota's newspaper suppression law, target of an attack before the United States supreme court and criticized by newspaper heads thru- out the country, was-well on the way to being wiped off the statute books, its opponents said today. The first major step in that direction was taken late yesterday by the state house of representatives which passed a bill to repeal the law. The vote was 6S to CS. The bill now goes to the senate, where Senator George H. Loramen. jj. one of the authors of the original measure which was passed in 1925. is sponsoring repeal. Gov. Floyd B. Olson will sign it if finally approved as he recommended the action in his inaugural address to the legislature a month ago. The suppress law was designed to apply to newspapers which regularly published "malacious, scandalous or defamatory matter." Courts were empowered to restrain such publications by injunctions. History of Gamer ; Given at Meeting of Woman's Club GARNER, Feb. 5.--The Woman's club met Tuesday night in the American Legion hall. Mrs. Pern Katter had charge of the program,"Local History." Mrs. Paul Quintus described the first years uf Garner's existence and the platting of. the town by John Mabin and an official of the C. M. St. P. railroad for whom the town was named. . Mrs. Peter Gilbert talked on the building of the Klondyke railroad and the present courthouse. O. K. Mahen recited early history of Hancock county. His talk centered on Ellington and Avery township, his father, Grove Maben, being the first settler in Ellington township. Anson Avery was the first settler in Avery township. His daughter, Mrs. Lucy Schmalle, a Garner resident, was the first white child born in the county. Mrs. Fern Katter gave a review of "The Prairie Rose," by Bertha Bush, who was a resident here and r taught in the schools. "The Prairie Rose" is in a class with, "Little Women," by Louisa M. Alcott. fl .-ii.u.n Riitlf Ingrid Ilich- arJ, ivho linn been selected as "Miss Germany 1981," hus move than a good figure to justify her choice. Her blond hair is flaxcq in the Saxon manner, her eyes are softly friendly and her smile is nuliunt. MASON GITYAN SEES Dunn Says G o v e r n m e n t Boosts Production, Opposing Farm Board. PEORIA, 111.. Feb. 5. (.T)--A federal government spending billions of dollars to increase agricultural production was pictured by E G Dunn, Mason, City, as being opposed to the federal farm board which "pleads for a decrease in production." Dunn, director of the Iowa Farmers' Elevator association, addressed the-annual convention of the farmers Grain Dealers of Illinois last night. Listing irrigation and drainage j projects, agricultural colleges, and Farm Bureau organizations as agencies working for greater crop production, he asked : "If a deci-ease nf production is the solution of the agricultural problem, what is the ^necessity of building the most expensive marketing machine the nation has every known?" in referring to marketing boards sponsored by the federal farm board. Senator Heflin wants to stop trading in stock margins, and we've begun looking around for the fellow who hasn't.--Dayton (Ohio) "ews. CRITICS CALLED THIS ART c\ssu\:inled I'ress I'hoto "Aspiration," one »f a group of paiuliiiRii presented under the name of Pavel Jerdaijowilcli, and suit) by the "artist" to lie representative of the ultra-modern "dtauinlirntinnisl school." Many art connoisseurs went Into ecstasies over the paintings. They were exhibited in Boston and then eamc'ihe joker--it wus revealed they wore done by tho Key. Paul ·Jordan Smith of Los Anjreles. n \v:is his revenge for the failure of the e critics to appreciate the lionu fide works of his wife. HAVANA ONIONS 12 Groups Satisfied With Their Protest Against Administration. HAVANA, Feb. 5. .T--Members of the 12 Havana labor organiza- .ions who answered the call for a ;eneral strike Tuesday, today returned to their jobs, satisfied with their protest against the administration tactics.- There were reports that other labor groups which did not participate in the first strike call would arrange protests in similar fashion d u r i n the next few days. The movement here fell far short of the general strike which the labor leaders had hoped to bring about. Technically the strike was In sympathy with Havana fish market workers who have been out for several weeks on a wage dispute m a t ter. Their cause did not appear to have been greatly aided by the walkout. Reply to a crtaln contemporary "If you think miniature bridge ha« not yet been invented, you ought to see our scores.--Buffalo Kvcnin News. .lave you passec the noonday of Life ? Then make the down road hnppy, fcy keeping your strength and health. An unfailing teaming of a rundown condition is the diminishing of the rcd-btood-cells. A DEFICIENCY of red-cells in J-SL the blood is usually followed by physical exhaustion, loss of appetite, u n d e r weight, nervousness and pimples and boils. When y o u r red-blootl- cells are only 80% y o u a r e N O T yourself--G0% is very dangerous. C o m m o n sense s u g g e s t s t h a t every possible step be taken to correct such a condition. Take S.S.S. before each meal. It will build up and enrich your blood, give you new life and vitality! Your appetite will pick up--you vrill feel like yourself again! Keep the down road bright by keeping your red-blood-colls fighting- for you. Get the large size. At nil drug stores. © s.s.s. Co, Cnlarftd b l o o d picture showing lack of rtd.blood- cells. Builds Sturdv Health Declam Winners Are Chosen at Belmond BELMOND, Feb. 5.--The first round of the declamatory contest "! was held Wednesday night in the "··Well school auditorium. In the ora- B 'torical class Lois Trafford won first *-andoi'an Hadley, second; in dra- '. matii* Mary Blake won first and Amelia Greenlander second and in humorous, Aileen Gibbs won first and Miriam Simmons second. Supt. A. E. Rankin of Hampton, Mias Wilma Trumbell of Klemrae and Mrs. McMahon of Mason City acted aa judges. Sams Named President of Clarion Red Cross CLARION, Feb. 5. -- Officers elected at the annual meeting of the Clarion Red Cross were: President, Dr. J. H. Sams; secretary, Mrs. Elma Young; treasurer, F. J. McCoy; directors'for three years, Mrs. T. T. Roosevelt, Mrs. Frank Porter, Mrs. Gilbert Glendy, R. B. Austin and C. A. Casebeer; executive committee, the Rev. H. O. Spelman, Dr. R. B. Bernard, L. N. Archerd, G. L. Kyseth and Mrs. C. H. Hanson. The local chapter over subscribed its quoto of $300 when extra subscriptions made it S310. Hurt in Fall an Rank. CORWITH, Feb. 5.--Benny Wagner 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wagner received a fractured arm u-!icn he fell down an embankment on his way home from skating. S2nd Kirtlidiiyi Celebrated. BELMOND, Feb. 5.--Mrs. R. h. Rierson celebrated her sixty-second birthday with a party of friends at her home on Wednesday. Twelve women were her guests for the att- ernooa. "Founder's Day" Is Subject. LELAND, Feb. 5.--Miss Wava Ozmun will read a paper on "Founder's Day," the topic for the Parent-Teacher's meeting, to »·; held at the schoolhouse Friday evening. Miss Kcasey of Forest City will give humorous readings. Music will be furnished by Hoi ton broth- em from Mount Valley. Will Sail From Panama. HANLONTOWN, Feb. 5.--Albert Kscberich. son of Mr. and Mrs E1 Eacherich will sail Wednesday from Santiaga, Panama, for a two months trip Mr. IDscherich has completed his four years in the navy and has! signed up for two more years ,n j the service. He expects to visit here , in the spring- · Deputy Attends Conference. i GARNER, Feb. 5.-Mrs. Thomas | McMahon returned from Dea Moines Monday where she attended a. conference for state officers and deputies of the Catholic Daughters of America at Hotel Savery- Mrs. Me- . Mahon is district deputy for the j courts at Buffalo Center, Lawler, Greene and Clear Lake. Asked to Doiiiito Eggs. CLARION, Feb. 5.--Farmers and poultrymen in the vicinity of Clarion have been asked to donate eggs In he shipped thru the Red Cross to relieve the starving people in the i drought striclten area. Lack of Moisture in Subsoil Acute From Mississippi Eastward. WASHINGTON, Feb. 0. (/!')--The devastating and unprecedented drought of 1930 still persists. Reports of the department of agriculture characterized the week ending yesterday as one of the dry- est and warmest of record for this season. "The lack of moisture in large areas." the department reported, "especially as relates to the subsoil, continues very acute, especially from the Mississippi valley eastward over the Ohio and Potomac drainage basins. Many complaints of water shortage continue from some of these sections." In Arkansas reports of "no rainfall of consequence" continued. In Oklahoma, an important whaat state, there was no rain and soil moisture was short. Tennessee was dry and Kentucky had light showers in its western portions. While it was an unusually favorable week for farm 'work', much of the winter wheat belt was without a protecting cover of snow, yet, the department held, winter wheat was holding up "remarkably well." ' DEAE NOAH = VJOUV-D You SO TO A FIRE SAt-E To Buy A sMoxjMt^ JACKET? 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