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xo iJTTOKAHN'S SON WED TO ACTRESS Pair on Honeymoon; Father Announces Wedding of January 26. NEW/YORK, Feb. 9. UB-Sonie- where on Honeymoon Lane, Roger Wolfe Kahn; wealthy musician and aviator, and the former Hanna H Williams, daughter of the . stage, Were celebrating- their secret wedding-today. His father, Otto H. Kahn,' international financier and chairman of the Metropolitan Opera company, announced that the couple was married Jan. 26 on the family estate at Cold Spring- Harbor, New York. The witnesses were Mrs. Addie W. Kahn, mother of the bridegroom, and Gilbert W. Kahn. the bride- Relief from Gas Stomach Pains Dizziness The doctors tell us that 90 per cent of all sickness is due to stomach and bowel troubles. You can't bo \rell if your digestion is bad; you are likely to get sick unless you relish food and digest it properly. Tanlae has a wonderful record as a relief from digestive troubles, -. even those of years' standing. Mr. L, B. Simmons, of 1434% Larimer St., Denver, Colo., says: "Tanlac made me relish and digest my food fine. It also cured we of gas, dizzy spells and nervousness. Now I sleep well and can put in as good a day's work.as a youngster." If you suffer from gas, pains in the stomach or bowels, dizziness, nausea, constipation, or torpid liver; if you have no appetite, can't sleep and are nervous and all run down, yon need Tanlsc. It is good, pure medicine, made of roots, herb a and barks. Get a bottle from ,Â· your druggist today. Money twclc if it doesn't help you. groom's eldest brother. The elder Mr. Kahn was not present due to illness. The couple left on an extended trip to an unannounced destination--possibly to Florida by airplane. ' Second Murniage Mr. Kahn have his age as 23 and his bride as 20. It was his first marital adventure and her second Her first marriage to Charles Kaley, a bandmaster, was annulled in 1927. The news of the marriage was not disclosed until Billy Rose, theatrical manager, announced that Miss Williams had left the cast of Sweet and Low," a current musical production in which she -had been giving Broadway a "cheerful little earful" as a starred performer, otto H. Kahn gave his approval to the union, 'it was- understood, only on the condition that she forsake her. stage career. Spurned Finance When each was 16, young Kah"h spurned the world of finance to become an orchestra leader and Miss VVJlhams left a coal mining hamlet to put her name in lights. He became the owner of a night club and the leader of the 10 orchestras She became a dancer and singer--the original of "Har.d-hearted Hannah " They met at his New York night C C. U \ Pe "oquet de Paris, where she became the featured dancer on L.Sf as3 .!?? or - The romance flowered swiftly and their engagement has been rumored for a year _ G H A R L E S CITY NEWS Andrew Meyers, 53, Clarksville, Buried -- Â·Â«*---'iJiJ, FeTi). 9.--Andrew Meyers. 53, who died at his farm home four mi; BS west of Clarksville, was buried Saturday afternoon after funeral services. Burial was in Jie Butler Center cemetery. The Rev. W. A. Siefkes of Port Clinton Ohio, former pastor here, was in cnarge. A wife, sons, Henry, George Daughters, Susie and Mrs. Court Tacobs, survive Mr. Meyers. Mr. and ./Irs. Meyers came here from Aus- -ria-Hungary in 1907. In some cases, however, the secret of success consists in trying to regain the self-respect lost at home --Fountalp Inn Tribune. HARRY FISHER, 67, SUCCUMBS Rites to Be Held Tuesday at Charles City for Businessman. CHARLES CITY,' p e b. 9.--Harry Fisher Tied Sunday morning at 3 o clock at his home on :Sprigp;3 street from heart trouble. Mr Fisher, who was a partner in the Fisher factory, had been to Texas last week on business" and was taken ill on the way home'. He was taken to the hospital in Mason City for a day and then brpt to his home where he seemed to improve. A turn for the worse ended his life suddenly at the age of, 67. Funeral services will be held at the Frederickson funeral home Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with the Rev. T. Anderson officiating and burial will be made in Riverside cemetery Mr Fisher lived in Sioux '.City for a time but had been connected with his brother, Frank, in the-fixture factory 12 years. His work took him on long trips over many states where he had a wide acquaintance. He is survived by his wife, two brothers,'Frank, Charles City and Fred of Cedar Rapids besides several nieces and nephews. Services Tuesday for Chester 'Winterink, Charles Gity Pionee LONG ADDS A TITLE Associated I'reaa Photo Huey P. 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It is more economical and children just love it, for its taste and refreshing action in the mouth. Be sure you ask for Calox Tooth Powder. A McKesson Robblns' product. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--Ches ter Wjnterink, 80, old settler here will be buried in Rivertou cemeter following services at the home of hi daughter, Mrs. Andrew Morean Tluesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. TU Rev. G. A. Hess will officiate. Mr Winterink lived here for 76 years He was born in Belvidere, III., anc came here with his parents when h was four years old. Mr. Winterink was active until about three week before he died and was about . place of business every day. A chronic ailment became acute ant he was cared for at the homo o his only child, Mrs. Morean. A granddaughter, Gae Morean, is the only other immediate survivor. Charles City Winter Carnival Is Planned CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--Marshall Shannon Post No. 174 of the American Legion will stage a winter carnival Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the Legion hall. Committees have been appointed to carry out plans for entertainment, concessions, dancing and refreshments. A. campaign-is being carried on to promote the sale of tickets both here'and Jn neighboring towns. The local post hopes to raise enough funds to clear up its indebtedness and have a surplus for further needs. First Round of State Declam to Be Held at Charles City Feb. 24 CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--The first round of state declamatory contests will be held Tuesday, Feb. 24, when Charles City will be the meeting place for a group consisting of contestants from Marble Rook, Floyd, Colwell and the local high school. On Tuesday, Feb. 17, contestants from Charles City will go to Cresco to compete in the triangular contest including New Hampton. The annual county Â· "B" speech contest will be held at Rudd Tuesday, Feb. 10 in the Methodist church. The winners of second places in the schools of Charles City, Colwell, Marble Rock, Nora Springs, Rockford and Rudd will compete. The oratorical group will compete at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon and the others in the evening Several Speak at Charles City for Anti-Saloon League CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--Attorney George Y. Hammond spoke at the First Methodist church Sunday morning in the interest of the Anti- Saloon league. Miss Alice Boyer, superintendent of , the Anti-Saloon league, gave a talk in the Central Methodist church and a union service was held in this church in the evening when Mr. Hammond and the Rev. Albert E. Coe presented the drama, "The Harvest" in the interest of the league. The Rev. Mr. Coe spoke at the Baptist church in the morning. Evangelist J. W,. Clawson preached at both the morning and evening services in the Wesleyan Methodist church Sunday. Charles City Lions Hear Talk on Scouts CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--Ken T neth J. Gleason, assistant Boy Scout :xecutive of Mason City, gave a .alk on Boy Scout work at the meet- ng of the Lions' club Friday noon, le was introduced by Dr. J. B. Miner, president of the local coun- il, who was a guest. The program vas in observance of the twenty- irst anniversary oÂ£ the Boy Scout movement; r Plans,, were .announced or the ladles'\nlght to be held in be Legion rooms Thursday 'night. Dr. F. H. Fillenwarth was chairman of the program. 112 Children Immunized. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--One mudred and twelve children were immunized against diphtheria Friday morning in the Â· Washington school. The program was carried on thru 'the Washington P. T. A., and the Charles City medical association. PARTY IS HELD FOR OLD TIMERS Taylor Elected President' of Hart Parr Employes at Charles City. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--There was an attendance of 150 at the old timers party of the Hart-Parr em- ployes who ha.ve seen in service continuously 1C years or more at the local factory. Fourteen new members were initiated following the dinner and program presided over by Glen Hamilton. New officers elected included Frank Taylor, president; George Brockmeyer, vice presi'Jent and Lloyd Maebe, secretary. Music for the dinner was furnished by the high school orchestra and another local group played for the dancing which concluded the program. R. C. Rolfing, vice president of the Oliver Equipment company of which the Hart-Parr is a aranch, came from Chicago to attend the party. FEBRUARY 9 Â·Â§ 1931 Floyd Farm Bureau Votes to Send Car of Food as Relief CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--The Floyd county Farm Bureau directors voted to collect a carload of fo.od in. this county to send to the drought sufferers in answer to the Red Cross appeal. The quota for this county is 5600 and Rudd was the first town to offer financial aid. Rockford has sent part of its quota and all towns in the county are putting on drives tor clothing. As 1,000,000 persons are in need of relief, it is the hope of the Red Cross officials here that Floyd county will subscribe more than its share. Marian Henry, Charles City, Leaves to Marry U. S. Consul to Holland CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9--Miss Marian Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Henry, left Friday night for New York where she will sail Feb. 10 on the Bremert for Amsterdam, Holland. Miss Henry will marry Alfred Burri, U. S. consul to Holland, as soon as ; sne arrives and they will go to Switzerland on their honeymoon. She has been spending two weeks with her parents who' have also enjoyed a visit from another daughter, Mrs. Harold Henley and daughter, Rosemarie of Mason City. Miss Henry W as a guest at the As You Like It" club which met with. Mrs. A. F. Kober Friday and at the Idlewiia bridge club which met with Mrs. N. R. Alien Thursday for a. luncheon. ROCKWELL SHOW WINNERS NAMED Firsts at Institute Taken by William Bruns in Corn 1 Exhibits. , ROCKWELL, Feb. 9.--Winners in the Rockwell Farm Institute have been announced. Officers elected were Thomas Moran, president* Mrs. Frank Kirk, secretary; Monroe Ryburn, treasurer. The winners, in the order of their placing, were: Best 10 ears of corn, yellow or white^--William Bruns, Lee Kaplan. Best peck of shelled seed corn- William Bruns, Hugh Smith. Clover seed--D. M. Cahalan, Albert Witte. Alfalfa hay--William Bruus Oats Frank Kirk. Best pen Buff Orpingtons--Mrs. Lumsden. Buff Rocks--Mrs. Raymond Clark. Barred Rocks--D. Hagens, Gus Campbell. Rose Comb Reds--Mrs. Albert 1 Witte, Mrs. L. Determan. Jersey Giants--N. P. Firgard, Ed Roeder. ' Pekln ducks- William Bruris, Mrs. Lon Hoffman Brown eggs--N. P. Firgard, R. F. Lumsden. Canned corn -- Mrs. Raymond Clark. Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin. Greens--Mrs. Monroe Ryburn, Mrs William Jackson, Sr. String'beans --Mrs. S. M. Kndwlton, Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin. Tomatoes Â·--Mrs Ed Bergman, Mrs. R. Lumsden. Cart Best Fruit Hominy--Mrs. Ryburn. Peaches-Mrs. R. Lumsden, Mrs. Raymond CIar.k. Apples--Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin, Mrs. Raymond Clark. Apple Pickles--Mrs. Raymond Clark, Mrs. Mary Bergman. Red raspberries- Mrs.' J. J. McLaughlin, Mrs. Ed Bergman. Black raspberries--Mrs. Albert Witte, Mrs. Raymond Clark Strawberries--Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin, Mrs. Bonnie Simon. Canned chicken--Mrs. Lumsden. Pork--Mrs. .Hugh Smith, Mrs. Gus Luttman. Beef--Mrs. Gus Luttman, Mrs. Hugh Smith. Apple jelly--Mrs. Bonnie Simon. Cottage cheese--Mrs. R. Lumsden, Mrs. Ed Bergman. Butter--Mrs. R. Lumsden, Mrs. Hugh Smith. Angel food cake--Mrs. Raymond Clark Mrs. Hugh Smith. White layer cake--Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin, Mrs. Frank Kirk. Loaf devils food cake --Mrs. Mary Bergman, Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin. Oatmeal cookies--Mrs. Hugh Smith, Mrs. Mary Bergman. Rank High in Baking Dark, roll cookies--Mrs. Mary Bergman, Miss Delia Gauley. White roll cookies--Mrs. Mary Bergman. Mrs. Ed Bergman. Raised doughnuts--Mrs. Monroe Ryburn, Mrs. Frank Kirk. Apple pie--Mrs. Bonnie Simon, Mrs. Monroe Ryburn. White bread--Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin, Mrs. Frank Kirk. Whole wheat bread--Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin,- Delia Gauley. Boiled soap--Mrs." Hugh Smith Mrs. D. M. Cahalan. Cold soap- Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin, Mrs. Hugh Smith. House dress--Mrs. Bonnie Simon, Mrs. Qua Luttman. Kitchen apron--Mrs. Molly Kaplan, Mrs. Gus Luttman, Madeover garment--Â· Mrs. Bonnie Simon. Garment made of flour sacks--Mrs. .Raymond Clark, Mrs. Strahorn. Garner Father and Son Banquet Will Be Held GARNER, Feb. 9.--A 6:30 o'clock dinner for fathers and sons will be served, i n ' t h e United Presbyterian church Wednesday evening by members of the Social circle. The dinner and toasts will be followed by an address by the Rev. -Lynjan Boozer of Ames. TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 215 North Federal Ave. Visit Our Store We Are Always Glad To See You. Business Is Good Our Prices Are Right "FIRST IN THE STATE OF IOWA" The solid Oak Dining Suite, shown an our window is the first of -its design, oiÂ±ered for sale in Iowa, a sensation at the Furniture Show in Chicago in January, we are pleased to offer this suite. Built to "last a lifetime fully guaranteed in every respect, it will pay you to inspect and see for yourself a real va ue in dining room furniture. The costr of this suite to the buyer is the real surprise, this suite will cost you much less than you will expect tne price to be. Our policy of giving the customer the most for his money is clearly demonstrated m this suite. We Can Show You Over 200 Living Room Suites For Evening Appointments Phone 3910 "Quality Furniture .at Moderate Cost" Â·'Â·Â· -Â· ----Â· ! Will Open Meat Market. DECORAH, Feb. 9.--Fred A. Bridge and Thomas Baldwin, who recently moved here from Colfax, leased the Bidne hardware store building on Water street, and will open a meat market. 2,000 Attend Farm Sale Held Near Charles City CHARLES CITY,' Feb." 9.-More thcan 2,000 attended the sale at the Henry Hott farm, nine miles west of Charles City on the Rockford road. Most of the property, sold brot good prices. Many stated it was one of the largest farm sales in the history of the county. Among other farmers who will have sales soon are Don Tetzloff, Oscar Bebban, L R. Gerner and A. F. DeGeeter and son. QUICK RELIEF FOT?. , ^%O*^ 10'A PACKAGE J %X MONEY BACK IF THEY FAIL I Frocks and Smocks Suggestive of Spring Crisp, cool and colorful as bright, new tulips will soon be in the park are the new wash frocks we have just unpacked. They make you think of spring and the joys of being a hornemaker. They make you want to buy two or three on sight. And you can! For they are very modestly priced at Merkel's Second Floor No. 282-- This shiny surfaced pongee with its huge black, white 'and red coin dots resembles^silk. It is sleeveless, ' with a long oval neckline. White organdy and a medallion form a dainty ves- tee. A wide frill outlines the neckline and this note is repeated in the two circular flounces at the bottom of the skirt. Sizes 14 to 20. Others in sizes up to 52. COUCH LOZENGES CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--Mrs. Ruth Melcher's class of the high school entertained Cora Kreuger's class at a party Saturday night in the Manual Arts bulding when about 63 were present. There was a contest between the two classes in the thrift campaign and Mrs Melcher's class lost. Louise Williams spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. 'Sam Williams. She returned Â· to her school duties in Mason City Sunday night Mrs. Elmer Waller will be hostess to the As-U-wer club tbjs evening at her home on Main street Cedar Valley Rebekah lodge wil 1 . entertain this evening at a benefit card party in the I. O. O. F. hall More than 200 dance tickets we're sold for the U. C. T. dance Thursday evening. , The Rev. Carrie Lucas will attend the Church Fellowship conference at Grinnell this week. Mrs. R. L. Clammer submitted to a major operation at the Cedar Valley hospital. Miss Olena Wessel was given u shower by the members of the Clara Swam auxiliary when the Standard Bearers were entertained at the Central Methodist church. " Two Robbers Shot to Death by Detectives CHICAGO. Feb. 9. (JPt--Two unidentified men were shot to death early today by two detectives as they left a United Cigar store they robbed on the west side. A third man, who attempted to escape a- his companions fell, was captured He gave his name as Edward Wolf" 38, said by police to be an ex-convict. Two Infants Are Burned. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 9.--Two infants were buried Saturday afternoon. Joan Koerner, one day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J Koerner, was buried in Riverside cemetery following services in charge of the Rev. G. A. Hess. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fuller, 508 South Johnson street, was buried in Riverton cemetery with the Rev. Mr Hess officiating. CAN BUY UIN Rites for Civil War Vet. W1NTHRSET, Feb. 9. 11P--Funer- al services will be held Tuesday for Edward F. 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