The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 25, 1935 · Page 4
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July 25, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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,4- FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 25 1935 Bride-to-Be Honored by Floyd County Officers CHARLES CITY, July 25.--At a picnic of county officers last evening at Wildwood park,' Deputy Copnty Supt, Esther Frederick was honored in connection with her approaching marriage. On Black Hills Trip. CHAPIN--F. M. McClintock and sister, Miss Alice McClintock accompanied by their cousin. Miss Mary McClintock of Clintock, are spending a week on a trip to the Black Hills in South Dakota. During Mr. McClintock's absence Louis Green is serving the patrons on the mail route. Was in Miserable Run-Down Condition; Gly-Cas Unfailing Mr. Clark Now Enjoys Good Health After 5 Years Suffering; Indigestion. Rheumatism Yield Quickly to New Remedy, Entire System Toned. "For years indigestion and rheumatism had caused me constant distress," said Mr. S. D. Clark, 1330 Sycamore St., Waterloo, la. "My foods simply would not digest In New Home of Sieg-Mason City Company A view of the counter and stock racks in the large salesroom of lit First street southeast. the Sieg-Mason City company, 109"Tear Drop" Car Arrives MB. S. D. CLARK properly and the pain from rheumatism was so depressing-.' This continual suffering had 'wrecked' my entire system it seemed. But once I gave Gly-Cas an opportunity to help me my health troubles were soon ended. "All that miserable suffering with indigestion is over," he continued. "My bowels are regulated, stomach in good condition, foods digest properly and I am again feeling- fin.e. All the dreadful rheumatism has been conquered by this new Gly-Cas too and I am enjoying life as others once more." Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Residents of Mason City Thursday had their first glimpse of a "Tear Drop" automobile as it whizzed through local streets in a test of improved piston rings and other motor parts. The car was driven here at the request of the Sieg--Mason Cit3' company, local jobbers of products manufactured by the McQuay-Norris manufacturing company, St. Louis. Six of the "Tear Drop" cars, called that because they resemble tear drops, are in various parts of the country testing Super-"C" and Hi-Unit SuperoyI piston rings relative to oil and gasoline consumption. The cars were specifically designed as to body, but are built on chassis of popular priced automobiles. Design of the car permits a S P E C I A L I R O N E D E M O N S T R A T I O N Friday and Saturday Let this f a c t o r y trained demonstrator shbw you how to add ten years to your life with a beautiful Norge Ironer. 1 $59.50 and up NO OTHER WASHER Offers the 6 Great NORGE Features HO* SSr- * by Ibt mttktn oj NORGE RoUeterRrfriztraUn "FEWiER-BflSE" AGITATOR Exclusive Improved washing action, "STEAM-SEALED" COVER Exclusive aid to better bleaching. SUPER-SAFE WRINGER Newest, safest, most efficiant type. "QUIETOR" MECHANISM Exclusive system of quieting adjustments which result in longer life. NO OILING- For at least 5 years. WHITER CLOTHES Wishes cleaner and faster. See them demonstrated today-these great features which mako the NORGE the most efficient, most economical washer you can buy. Available on easy payments. BUY A NORGE WASHER -- 24 MONTHS TO PAY Gef in On Our Special Combination Offer-36 to 48 Months to Pay! 24 FIRST ST. S. E. PHONE 156 speed increase of from 10 to 15 miles an hour. There are 15 instruments on the panel which provide the test engineer in charge of the car with a complete check on the car's performance at all times. The car, a picture of which appears above, may be seen in front of the Sieg-Mason City company establishment. 109-111 First street southeast, Friday and Saturday. Part of Thursday was given over to a tour of the territory calling on dealers. Another sruch tour will be made Saturday. Friday the car will remain in Mason City all day to give spectators an opportunity to see it. J. F. Gerdel is the engineer in charge. The Sieg-Mason City company has arranged a meeting for automobile mechanics at the Hotel Hanford at 8 o'clock Friday evening, when the car, Its mechanism and operation will be explained in detail by the test engineer in charge. Sound film will be used to illustrate the talk. Approximately 500 are expected to attend the meeting, following which refreshments will be served. At the same meeting H. G. Green, district representative of the Kendall Refining company, Bradford, Pa., will give a talk and show an all talking moving picture on the process of oil refining. This picture will show oil from the time it comes tip from the ground as crude to the time it goes into the crank case of the automobiles. Mr. Green also will give information on O. K. gear lubricant. Second Wedding in Month Witnessed in Mahaska County Jail OSKALOOSA, July 25. Cff)--Ma- haska county's "honeymoon" jail witnessed another wedding--the second within a month--when Justice Jake Seibert married Carl Van- gorp, 34, under sentence for chicken stealing-, and Beulah Whitlock, 30, both of Oskaloosa. "It must be the homey atmosphere of our jail that makes the boys want homes of their own," the justice remarked. Late last month the same justice married Harold Bruce, 19, and Lucy Dawson, 18, both of Cedar Rapids. They were held for car stripping. Return to Anoka. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffen returned home to Anoka, Minn., Wednesday after spending the past week at the home of Mr. Griffen's sister, Mrs. Henry Froning. Sieg-Mason City Expands Operations Occupies Building in Auto Row; Adds to Equipment. Established in its new home in automobile row at 109-111 First street southwest, the Sieg-Mason City company has experienced in the past few weeks a marked expansion in business and has loaded up with large quantities of stock for the future months. C. E. Leffler, vice president and general manager of the company, has added another employe in the large sales room of the establishment, bringing the total number of employes to 15. of whom 5 make up the office force. Four salesmen are maintained on the road in the IS counties covered by the company. "We have reached a level of bus- ness this summer never equaled ince we came to Mason City," said Mr. Leffler. Spent $2,000 on Building. The Sieg-Mason City company occupies all of the space in the two story building, 150 by 50 feat, the remodeling of which cost 52,000. To the front is the attractive sales room, 35 by 35 feet, done in raod- rnistic aluminum and black. To the rear of this is the stock room with five stock racks reaching mck 44 feet, where are stored large upplies of automotive replacement arts, garage equipment, tools and accessories. Equipment in the rear on the irst floor includes a shipping room and a glass inclosed machine shop 20 by 16 feet, which is equipped with the latest type of shop machinery, including a piston regrind- er, equipment to replace starter jears, special machine for assem- jling and testing clutches within 1,000th of an inch, a piston pin hole hone, which permits the fitting of pins to pistons so closely that a drop of oil would obstruct a pin and a machine for reboring cylinders. Wholesale Service Only. Equipment in the plant also Includes machinery to do brake reining and miscellaneous machine work jobs, all of which is done for ·arages only. The second floor is used for bulk storage for oil, anti-freezes, tire chains and tires, which are shipped in carload lots. The office space includes a special sales conference room for weekly conferences of ent ployes. The Sieg-Mason City company is one of 19 Sieg stores in the middle- west, doing a wholesale business. Each company is a separate corporation. Earl E. Ehlers was the general Contractor for the remodeling of the luilding occupied by the Sieg-Mason 3ity company. County Carriers Entertained. MITCHELL---Mr. and Mrs. L. R. 3ockerty entertained members of the Mitchell county rural letter carriers association and their wives in Vest Mitchell Saturday night. to have been chosen as eon- tractor to remodel the new home of the . . , MASON CITY CO. GENERAL CONTRACTOR Phone 2082-J MRS. UrCULLOCH SUCCUMBS HERE Funeral Services to Be Hel Saturday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Mrs. Robert V. McCulloch, 61 died at a local hospital about ( o'clock Thursday morning following a lingering illness. She had been a resident of Mason City since 1891. Mrs. McCulloch was born at Tren ton, Wis., Sept. 5, 1873. She wa married to Robert McCulloch Aug 4, 1906, at St. Joseph's Catholii church at Mason City. Surviving Mrs. McCulloch are he: husband, a brother, Hugh Davey Mason City, and a sister, Christina Mullin, Fox Lake, Wis. She was pre ceded in death by one daughter in infancy, four brothers and two sis* tera and her parents. Funeral services will be held a the St. Joseph's Catholic church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock with Monsignor P. S. O'Connor in charge of services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The body will be taken from the Meyer funeral home to the residence, 341 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Thursday afternoon, where it will lie in state unti Saturday morning. On Trip to North. MANLY--The Charles Irvine fam- :ly is on a two weeks' vacation trip n northern woods and lakes. Clean Out Kidney Poisons WMB Oat Tour 15 Shin of Kidaer Tube* If kidneys don't pass 3 pints a day and get rid ol more than 3 pounds of waste matter, the 15 miles of kidney tubes and filters may become clogged with poisonous waste and the danger of acid poisoning is greatly Increased. Bladder passages are difficult, -which often smart and bum like scalding water and cause discomfort. This acid condition, brought about by poor kidney functions is a danger signal and may be the beginning of nagging backache, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic pains and dizziness. Most people watch their bowels which contain only 27 feet of intestines but neglect the kidneys which contain 15 miles of tiny tubes and niters. If these tubes or niters become clogged with poisons, it may knock you out and lay you up for many months. Don't run any risk. Make sure your kidneys empty- 3 pints a day. Ask your druggist for DOAN'S PILLS, an old prescription, which has been used successfully by millions of kidney sufferers for over 40 yeara. © 1934, Foster-Hilbttrn.Co. Visitor From Minneapolis. SHEFFIELD--Ashton Carhart, Minneapolis is spending a week's vacation with his mother, Mrs. H. L. Carhart. Visits in Minneapolis. MANLY--Mrs. Mary Coogan is spending this week in Minneapolis with her daughter, Mrs. William Miller and family. Arrive From Bennett. STILSON--Mrs. Edward Kruse and children of Bennett arrived to visil her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Brickey, and other relatives. · You CAN insure the pleasure of your vacation-driving by i/si^g" Kendall Motor Oil. Il gives 2000 miles between drains. It is specially refined from 100% Bradford Grade of Pennsylvania Crude, and refinery-sealed for your protection. It is sold only by selected service stations, garages and car dealers. City DISTRIBUTORS 109-111 First Street S. E. Mason City, Iowa ncm i^ fil ; ||^^ ^S^^^^i^s^l^^ 109-111 First Street S. E. DISTRIBUTORS Mason Citv. Iowa

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