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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 23, 1936
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 23 1936 JULIUS WIEKE, 89, SUCCUMBS Rites for St. Ansgar Man Will Be Held Saturday at Residence. ST. ANSGAR, Jan. 23.--Julius Wieke, 89, died Tuesday evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs. August Kuehl. He was born in Germany in 1847 and came to America at the age of 29. He settled in Mitchell where he lived a year, then moved to a farm west of Little Cedar where they resided 13 years. They then moved' to a farm west of Mitchell where they resided until they retired in 1907 and moved to St. Ansgar. He is survived by five daughters; two children died in infancy and one son, Mrs. Chris Tobbert, Alexandria, Minn.; Mrs. Henry Trittin, Mrs. Emil Hackbarth, Grafton; Mrs. Au. gust Kuehl, St. Ansgar; Mrs. Theressa Welnitz, Minnesota, and Gus Wilke, Wilmer Minn.; three sisters, Mrs. Ferdinand Feldt, St. Ansgar; Mrs. Bertha Knutson, Kanawha and Mrs. Conrad Winter, California. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 at the home, the Rev. Paul Brammer of the Immanuel Lutheran church officiating. POSTAL RECEIPTS INCREASE. CRESCO, Jan. 23.--Postmaster D. D. Mead of Cresco reports that the postal receipts for 1935 exceeded those of 1934 by ?1,600. Elected to Board. CRESCO--Ray Burgess, lumber dealer of Cresco, was elected a member of the board of directors of the Northwestern Lumbermen's associa- Aon for a three year term at a re- :ent meeting held in Minneapolis. LIMITED TIME ONLY 75 C JAR FOR at Michael's Drug Store Huxtable Drug Co. Casey's Drug Store LARGE PORES BLACKHEADS CHAPPED SKIN PIMPLES (from external causes) MILLIONS USE this MEDICATED CREAM 1. As an aid to healing and softening the skin 2. To reduce Large Pores--to relieve Skin Irritation TUST THINK! Over 32,000,000 jars of Leave on overnight. Wash off in the J Noxzema Skin Cream are used yearly! morning with warm water. Then apply cold water or ice, applying a little more Noxzema as a protective foundation for powder. Use until skin irriu* tion is relieved and flaws disappear. SPECIAL Anniversary Offer For a limited time only, you can get a large economical 75(! jar of Noxzema Wherever you go, you'll find people talking about Noxzema -- ready to tell you how wonderful it is. Noxzema was first prescribed by doctors for the relief of Burns, Itching Eczema and similar skin irritations. ' Nurses discovered how is for Chapped Hands, as an aid in promoting rapid healing of many complexion flaws--and in softening skin, reducing enlarged pores and dealing away blackheads. If you suffer from Large Pores, Blackheads or Chapped Skin-if your skin is "Broken Out" as a result of clogged pores, wind, dust or other external causes, use Noxzemafor 10 days and see what a difference it makes in how your skin/ff/J and /ocks--see why millions of women use it. HOW TO USE: Apply Noxzema at night after removing make-up. for only 49f. Stop in at the nearest drug or department store today--while this offer is still good. SAVE Clip this coupon as 1 reminder to stop in today at your nearest drug or department score and get your 75(i jar of Noxzema for only 49f, Get your jar at Michael's Drug Store Huxtable Drug Co. Casey's Drug Store Justice to Resign? The fact that Justice Willis Van Devanter has been in ill health for some time and that the 77 year old jurist recently purchased a farm near EUicott City, Md., has led Washington observers to believe that Van Devanter soon may tender his resignation to the white house. It is also pointed out that if the oldest member of the court in years of service should resign and be replaced by a liberal, congressional agitation for restriction of supreme court.powers might be dropped. Van Devanter has been dean of conservatives on the bench. Utterback Offers Bill to Strengthen Ban on Price Discrimination WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. t3--A bill to strengthen the Clayton act tan on price discriminations was thrown into the congressional mill today by Representative Hubert Utterback, Des Koines, Iowa, democrat. The lowan, who is chairman of a judiciary subcommittee studying: nerchandising problems, said. it would affect "every business in this country." "It aims," Utterback said, "to abolish price discriminations, to promote independent ownership of businesses of every kind and to put all business in a given field on a' plane of equality." Visitors From Owatonna. LATUIER--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ahrens of Owatonna, Minn., are visiting friends and relatives here. "- O Protect ijcurselF from Colds mScreltiroats in This Kind of Weather . . . It is easy to contract a cold or sore throat which may lead to a more serious illness, and loss of time from work. It is both risky and unnecessary when you can . .. Ride In Warm Comfortable Street Cars STREET CAR SERVICE IS DEPENDABLE- Regardless of the weather ... you can depend on the street cars. Regular service on both city and interurban cars is constantly maintained for the benefit of our patrons. The cars are always warm and comfortable ... and the cost is most economical. Make it a habit to ride the cars--you'll find it pays. HIGH EXPLOSIVE MADE OF CORN University of Iowa Chemist Discovers New Way to Make Inositol. IOWA CITY, Jan. 23. ()-- The discovery of a new process for the manufacture of inositol, a compound which can be made into an explosive more powerful than nitroglycerine, was announced today by Prof. Edward Barlow, head of the University of Iowa chemistry department and president of the American Chemical Society. Professor Bartow believes that the compound which looks and tastes like sugar, can soon he produced for commercial use from waste materials in the manufacture of corn products. Have 25 Pounds. "We now have about 25 pounds of inositol which was produced at a cost of about ?1 a pound in the laboratories here," Professor Bartow said, adding "the retail price of inositol for use by chemists and bacteriologists has been between ?400 and $500 a pound." The sugar like compound made at a record low cost in the university laboratories was from water in which corn had been steeped in the manufacture of corn starch. It was extracted in granulated form from the steep water. Must Reduce Cost. "It becomes an explosive only when processed with nitric acid," Professor Bartow explained. The university chemistry head said that the use of inositol as an explosive had .long been known to chemists, but that its cost had here- otfore made it impractical for use as a substitute for dynamite or in war materials. "Before it can be used in place of dynamite we must reduce the cost of manufacture to 40 cents a pound or less," Professor Bartow said. "We know it is a better explosive than dynamite, but the cost is still to high." TURNSlTON BUDGET BALANCE Gwynne States U. S. Heading m Wrong Direction for 25 Years. WASHINGTON. Jan. 23. Representative Lloyd Thurston, lanky dean of the Iowa house delegation, turns his ca.ustic wit on President Roosevelt's budget balancing talk with little provocation. "The president tells us that the budget is approaching more nearly a balance," the Osceola republican commented, "and then we find that every departmental appropriation bill that comes in asks for more money than last year. On Appropriations Group. "If that's approaching a balance, I can't help but wonder when we could ever expect to reach a balance!" Thurston is a member of the house appropriations committee which gives the spending bills their first going-over and is ranking republican member of the agriculture appropriations committee. He is expected in that capacity to renew his attacks on reclamation developments at a time when the adminis- ration proclaims the need for control. · Wrong for 25 Years. Representative John W. Gwynne of Waterloo, another republican critic from Iowa of democratic spending, thinks the government has been heading in the wrong direction for 25 years and that it's time to start back toward another road. The quiet lawyer solon would put the check rein on government spending and pull it hard. He is tired of the government trying to "wet nurse" a myriad of activities and thinks the country would get along just as well without many federal activities. At the same time, Gwynne considered efforts to curb monopoly so as to give the independent merchant renewed opportunity a fundamental to sound government. Gave AAA Support. Although Gwynne supported the agricultural adjustment act amendments last year, he saw some fault to the extensive machinery built up to administer it. Personally, he said, he would like to see more effort expended on developing a market and less on telling a farmer how he ought to run his farm. lowans are divided as badly as representatives of other states in their views as to solution of the farm problem but Representatives Guy M. Gillette of Cherokee doesn't think it makes any difference what new program is adopted unless powers of the supreme court are curbed first. He anticipated any program likely to cope with the situation would be tossed out by the court. Arrive From South. MANLY--Dr. Spearing and family arrived hometrom their tour of the south. They were absent from this vicinity since the Christmas holidays. During their trip they visited extensively in Florida and all southern points. Births Exceed Deaths. CRESCO, Jan. 23.--Vital statistics at the office of the clerk of Howard county at Cresco show that there were 272 births in the county during 1935 of which 138 were boys and 134 girls. Deaths registered 158 of which two were accidental and three suicides. Marriage licenses issued 210; divorces 6. DRUG S T O R E MAIL ORDERS FILLED SAME DAY RECEIVED 13 North Federal Avenue * P h ° ne 90S 35e ' 1 V I C K ' S Va-Tro-Nol 24c 25c E X - L A X | LAXATIVE! i 14c n C 0 M B I~N AT I 0 N - SPRINGTIME IN PARIS A ipecitl liie bottle of this fragrant new perfume For day time weir. - EVENING IN PARIS A special I'IM bottle of thii gUmorout I perfume for CTMIIOS vea. 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Cough Syrup 29c 60c Pertussin 49c 35c Hill's Nose Drops 29c 25e Cascara Quinine. 19c 60c Rem Cough Syrup 45c 2Sc Pine Balm 19c.\ 2Sc Penetro Drops I9c SOc Drake's Glessco 39c Laxatives 2Sc Beechams Pillt 19c SOc Feenamint 39c 8 oz. Castor Oil 49c SOc Olive Tablets 23c 25c. Phenolax Wafers 19c 75c Alophen Tablets 69c 12 oz. Citrate Mag. I9c 60c Jad Salts Cond. S9c 75c Squibb's Min. Oil 59c 60c Sal Hepatica 49c How You Can Wear FALSE TEETH With Real Comfort I ,, FASTEETH. a nw. pleasant powder I I keeps teeth flrtnly set. D«odorlx«i. No 1 tumrpy, gooey, pasty tute or feellnr I To eat and laugh In comfort just IinrlnW* a little FASTEETH on yout platei. ; Rubber Goods 'Hot Water/ B o t t l e or S y r i n g e , 29c *-Ironsides [Hot Water B O T T L E Caar. 2 Years , 49c Ironsides i Combination B O T T L E I Cuar. 2 Years . 69c CARTER'S PILLS 17c too 3 5 c KOIDS KILIED WITH VAPOR fUMES J Stop l^eaihIng~T'«k"jW own cold fenas. 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