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December 12, 1933

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

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DECEMBER 1933 MASON CITY GLOJJE-GAZETTE ELEVEN EXPRESS AGENCY EXPECTS GROWTH Increase in Business for Holidays and 1934 Is Looked For. 'With the approach of the holidays, there ace. signs of slowly improving business conditions and increased public buying power, is the opinion of C. C. Halphide, agent of the Railway Express agency in this city. "We are preparing: for increased shipping," said Mr. Halphide, "Not only during the next few weeks before Christmas, but very'definitely in 1931. In fact, we are now engaged in a business-build ing campaign We call 'a new deal' in express business and are confident that it will help speed along President Roosevelt's recovery plan." Improvement Expected. Evidence that holiday shipping is expected to be better than last year is given in the fact that two million special Christmas package address labels have been distributed throughout the express system for the convenience of holiday shippers. A sup- COUGH . . . Real Throat relief 1 Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVERCOMES BAD-BREATH ply is available at the local express office. The express representative offers some timely suggestions on the packing and addressing of gift shipments to insure prompt and safe arrival at this very busy period in the transportation business. These are important because much of the holiday traffic comes from Infrequent shippers. Use plenty of good wrapping paper and twine and if the contents are fragile, so indicate on the package. Special "Fragile" and "Glass" labels are obtainable for shipments with contents of that nature. 1'hoy Must Bead. The complete and legible addressing of packages Is of vital importance as .illegible or incorrect 'marks" often cause delays Jn tfans- it. Owing to the growth of so many small towns which have become sizable cities, express people urge that the complete street address of the receiver of a package be indicated in the address. Care in writing the name of state, especially when abbreviations are used, is also important. There are dozens ot cities and towns of the same name located in different states. If the state name la abbreviated in such a way as to suggest the wrong state location, packages may go astray, no matter what care is taken by transportation people in handling them. 2,000 Attend Meeting". NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 12--At the nine corn-hog meetings held in Cliickasaw county conducted by M M. Thurow, Cliickasaw county Farm bureau agent and A. R. Bowman New Hampton high school vocation agricultural instructor/ total attendance was 2,000. CHEESE TALKS Next time .you order cheese, any variety, tell your grocer to be sure it's 'Borden's. That's the one way to get the best cheese you can buy! KENYON'S DAIRY PRODUCTS WHOLESALE Dl'SXIlIBUTOllS OF Pay Few Cents More and Get Kcnyons Fresh-Churned Butter Banquet -Brings Meeting of Young People to Close Hlarvey Quandt Elected Head of Conference; Conlin Supervises Work. Harvey Quana:, Meservey, wag elected president of the. older boys and girls conference of the Cerro ordo county council of religious education at the meeting held at the First Methodist church Monday. Le- ftnd Shell, Plymouth, was chosen vice president, and Jean Webster, Mason City, secretary. The announcement of the election was made at the banquet, which brought the conference to a close Monday night. Miss Elizabeth Mills presided as toastmistress. As pilot she called upon the following named to respond to toasts as Indicated on the program: Mechanic, Dorothy Evans; stabilizer. Richard Borup; contact, James Stinehart; take off, Barbara Clough; flight, Marvyl Stevens, and landing, Janan Wimmer. Gave Selections. A woman's quartet composed of* Elizabeth Mills, Lois Meyers. Marvyl' Stevens and Jan e Williams and a male quartet composed of W. H. Erickson, Insel Shanor, James Stinehart and Richard Borup gave several selections. Both quartets were accompanied by Mrs. D. C. Hostetler. Ruth Buehler played several selections upon the marimba. She was accompanied by Dorothy Evans in some of her selections. The young people of the Olivet church under direction of C. K. Kinney had charge of the decorations. A blue and white color scheme was carried out in the lamp shades of crepe paper streamers and miniature airplanes. *.Even the menu was outlined in terms of the airplane. llariorie Jones conducted the devotional period in the afternoon. Nti- dine Kimrey sang a solo at this period. She was accompanied on the piano by Zola Nelson. C. B. Oilman conducted the open forum upon the theme "What Does it Mean to Be a Christian?" The discussion groups met with the same instructors as in the morning sessions with but one exception, the Rev. D. L. Kratz substituted for Dr. W. H. Spcnce in the class using as its theme "A Bristow Man Injured When Auto Turns Over BRISTOW, Dec. 12.--C. A. Waite was injured Sunday in an auto smashup as he was returning from Shell Rock, caused by the blowout of the casing on a front tire. He was unable to keep the car from the ditch where it turned over twice and was badly wrecked. Mr. Waite had two bad cuts on his. head and two or three of his ribs were broken. M1LFORD H. CONLIN Christian Standard for Young People." Addressed Conference. Alter the class discussions, Thomas Edwards addressed; the conference upon the theme, "The Sky Ways Call." A recreation period followed at the Y. M. C. A. under the direction of the Rev. D. L. Kratz. The nominating committee which selected the nominees was made up of Richard Grupp,, Ruth Hille nnd Charles Chenowith, Musou City; David Perdue and Doris Coleman, Rockwell; Paul Dirks and Ruth Broxiwer, Ventura; Leland Snell and Bethel Hodson, Plymouth, nnd Harvey Quandt, Meservey. To Milford H. Conlin .superintendent of Young People's work in the Ceri'o Gordo county council o£ Christian education, much credit is due for the success of this conference. He was ably assisted by the other county officers. O. G. Herbrecht, director of young people, in the state council, was present throughout tho conference and gave valuable aid in the classroom, in special addresses and in the general plans and program of the confer, encc. m II Fine Save Now! PART WOOL DOUBLE BLANKETS Regular $3.98 Value $399 PURE WOOL SINGLE BLANKETS Regular $7.65 Values 2 for $766 Lakcwood reversible all wool Single Blankets, with reversible silk binding, two-tone colors, rose and gold, green and orchid, rose and green, and blue and rose. Long staple wool. Remember, the second blanket for Ic. fl Iv DOUBLE GOLDEN SEAL BLANKETS Regular $2.19 Value 2 for $2 20 Golden Seal part wool blankets. Size 72x84. Sateen bound in colors of. orchid, gold, blue, green and rose plaids. Note the size and value you cannot resist. Also a very practical Christmas gift. DAMON'S MAIN FLOOB Stock up on your requirements I now in our Ic Blanket Sale, cotton blankets in attractive pastel plaids. Ideal | Christmas gifts. DAMON'S MAIN FLOOIl PART WOOL DOUBLE B L A N K E T S Regular $4.98 Values 2 for $4" Guaranteed virgin stock wool. Golden Seal quality. The crowds will gather at Damon's for this Ic Blanket Sale. Be on hand early and tnke advantage of this woncierful opportunity. . DAMON'S MAIN FLOOR iL BAPTISTS PLAN MEETINGS HERE Delegations From Surrounding Towns Expected for Gathering. Delegates are expected here from al parts of North Iowa Wednesday to attend a meeting of North Iowa Baptist men at the First Baptist church. The events planned in connection with the gathering include a recreational program at the Y. M. C. A. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, while the hour from 5 to G p. m. is reserved for conferences with W. G. Boyle, executive secretary of the National Baptist Layman's council, New York. At 6 o'clock a. fellowship dinner will be served by the women of the church. The program will feature short addresses and reports on Iowa Baptist men's work. Attorney R. G. Remley, Webster City, president of the Iowa men's council, and Supt. B. E. Beard of the Webster City schools and possibly others will report on various phases 01" men's work. Delegations are expected here from Webster City, Iowa Falls, Algona, Northwood, Osagc, Riceville, Fredericksburg, Dunkerton, Waverly, Marble Rock, Hampton, Sheffield and others. CORN LOANS TO BE SPEEDED UP Processes in Cerro Gordo Approved; More Seals Are Ordered. With the receipt of approval from the Commodity Credit corporation that the process being followed in Cerro Gordo county is correct and arrangements made for additional supplies, Marion Olson, county agent, stated Tuesday he expected that issuing of corn loans would be greatly speeded up. So far more than 60 loans have been made in the county and 130 cribs are being sealed or are in some step of the process for loans. Additional Impetus to speeding up loans was given at a meeting of sealers, bankers and warehouse committeemen Monday night. On Tuesday, county workers again ran out of seals and arrangements were made locally to have more seals made. Meanwhile, in other sections of the state, corn loans were being approved in increasingly l a r g e amounts. Loans approved so far in North Iowa counties included Bremer, ?5,355; Butler, ?18,216; Chickasaw, $12,628; Emmet, $33,037; Fny- ette, ?1,422; Floyd, ?43,000; Franklin, ?14,OOD. Hancock, ?37,062; Hardin, $55,768; Howard, 510,327; Humboldt, $28,196; Kossuth, ?47,085; Mitchell, ?30,034; Palo Alto, $74,602; Winnebago, 528,836; Winneshlek, $4,343; Worth, ?10,136, and Wright, $80,252. Mrs. Husting Funeral to Be at New Hampton NEW HAMFPTON, Dec. 12.--Funeral services will be held at St. Joseph's church Wednesday morning for Mrs. C. M. Husting, former resident, who died of heart disease at Cedar Rapids, Sunday evening. Mrs. Husting was the widow of C. N. Husting, pioneer New Hampton jeweler. Three daughters and three sons survive. All Retail Employes Will Pay 25 Cents a Year to Finance Code WAS1NGTON, Dec. 12. (/Pi--Every employe of a retail establishment will contribute 25 cents a year under new regulations prescribed by NRA for financing the retail code authority. Local authorities may make addi- ional assessments, but no worker is o give more than 51 annually toward expenses of code authorities, national and local. Retailers will be given new NRA nalgnla. as, rapidly as they execute assessment forms and pay their assessments. The insignia will carry he Blue Eagle, the words, "We Do Our Part," and the name of the division of the trade in which the indi- ·Idual retailer Is engaged. Railroad News A Dallas and Fort Worth, Tex., ilceper has been added to the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad passengfer train which stops at .lason City at 9:28 in the evening. According to officials of the road lusiuess in passenger fares ap- lears better than at any time dur- ng the past 11 months. M. J. Boyle, superintendent, and . A. Langworthy, traveling agent of the Chicago North Western railroad, attended an employes meeting- at Eagle Grove recently. E. B. McColloch, traveling freight igent for the Baltimore Ohio rail- oad, with offices in Davenport, transacted business at the offices of tho Chicago North Western, hicago Great Western and Rock Island and Pacific railroads. Saturday night's haul of beets cleaned up this year's run for the Chicago North Western railroad. It was the best run the road has ever known, approximately more than 300 cars increase in beets was recorded this year. Jessie Stetzer, cashier at the Chicago North Western freight office, aas been ill for several days. rtogcr W. Nolan, field representative for the B. A. R. E. with headquarters at. Davenport, B. Roberts, Tleld representative for the B. A. R. E. with headquarters at Du- huque, visited in the city recently. The regular meeting of the B. A. R. E. will be held at labor hall Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The election of officers will be held at this time and arrangements will ho made for the Christmas party which will be held Dec. 19 at the Y. M. XX A. W. E. Heimendingcr, division engineer of the Chicago Reck Island nnd Pacific railroad, visited at the local office o f the road Friday. D. P. Fagan, special agent of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad of Cedar Rapids, visited at the local freight office of the road. Charles J. Seel, general agent for tho Chicago, Illinois Midland railroad company of DCS Mofnes visited the local freight office of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad. F. A. Bogue, superintendent at Des Moines, J. L. Hayes, superintendent at Marshalltown, and C. F. Franklin, superintendent at Cedar Rapids,'were callers at the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad recently. LENKER, MOORE LOSE APPEALS Conviction of Conspiracy in Cow Test War Upheld by Supreme Court. DES MOINES, Dec. 12. M)--The Iowa Btate supreme court today upheld the convictions of J. W. Lcnker and Paul Moore on charges of conspiracy to interfere with tuberculosis testing of cattle in eastern Iowa. The two men face indeterminate sentences of up to throe years. The supreme court overruled objections by Moore and Lcnker that they should have been tried separately and that the state had erred in the form of Indictment and Introduction of evidence. Accused *ln 1031. The charges against Moore and Lenker resulted in 1931 when the Iowa national guard was sent into eastern Iowa by then Governor Turner to quoll revolts against tuberculin testing- of cattle. Preceding' the arrival of troops, veterinarians and county law officers had been driven from the farms of several farmers who objected to the tests. In upholding the conviction of Lcnker and Moore, the Iowa high court quoted tho alleged conduct of the two at a Tipton meeting- at which opposition to the testing: supposedly was to have been planned. Statter Is Upheld. The supreme court handed down 62 opinions in all today. One held that H. A. Statter, former statehouse yard man, was discharged improperly and Its entitled to continue his position under the soldiers' preference law. He had been removed when the new administration assumed control at the state house. The supreme court also upheld rights of the city of Villlsca to erect an electric light and power company. The lower court had granted an injunction against it in a suit brought by Fred Greaves. The court held that the proposition submitted to the election was adequate and that no general obligations against the city were incurred. 125 Elma Men Put to Work on CWA Projects ELMA, Dec. 12.~-Onc hundred and twenty-five unemployed Elma men have been put to work on the C. W. A. quota. Harvey Conway Receives Postmastership at Elma ELMA, Dec. 12.--Harvey Conway was appointed Elma Postmaster. He will assume his duties Feb. 1. WELLES READY TO LEAVE CUBA Will Take Plane to Miami and Continue on to Washington. HAVANA, Dec. 12. UM--Ambassador Sumner Welles of the United States announced today he would leave Cuba by airplane at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow for Miami and would continue to Washington to resume his duties in the state department. Ambassador Welles said Jefferson Caffrey, President Roosevelt's presonal representative to Cuba, would come to Havana "within three or four days." (Mr. Caffrey will serve in Cuba as personal representative of the president, rather than as ambassador, since the United States has not recognized the present government of President Ramon Grau San Martin). President Grau San Martin told the Associated Press today, concerning a recent conference between Ambassador Welles and himself: "In my conversations with Mr. Welles we discussed tho Platt amendment in general terms nnd, apparently, the ambassador thought that a modification of the permanent treaty wns advisable, but he did not say the United States was disposed to abandon It." The ambassador, discussing the conversation, said: "I only reminded President Grau San Martin of President Roosevelt's statement at Warm Springs thut he wsa willing to modify the treaty." IOWANS RECEIVE WHEAT CHECKS Farmers of Monona County Get Largest Share of U. S. Payments. DES MOINES, Dec. 12. (.!)--Iowa farmers hove received $112,615 i:i checks from the government thus far for participation in the wheat adjustment program, according to the agricultural adjustment administration, Washington. Largest payments have gone to Monona county, where $52,147 has gone to the wheat raisers. Washington officials announce that the total amount paid i:i tlie entire country is $4,338,43-1. Most of the early payments, the announcement continues, have gone to counties where whcut production 1.3 small. The bulk of the first payments are yet to be made. FURNITURE GIFT SPECIALS COFFEE TABLES of success 8 Regular ?12.50 Vuluo Sl'EClAL *e 7 C PRICE 0 «·»· I t Sec This Grent Value--rit IXJSB Tlinn Wholesale Price Walnut Smokers go out vitality and drive. And so many arc held back from their best by a common ailment: constipation. It dulla energy, often causes headaches, sleeplessness. It takes the vim out of your day's work. Correct constipation by eating a delicious cereal. Laboratory tests show Kellogg's ALL-BRAN supplies "bulk" to exercise the intestines, and vitamin B to tone the intestinal tract. ThB "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is similar to that of lettuce. Withia the body, it becomes a soft mass, Which gently clears the intestines' of wastes. How much better than, using pills and drugs--oo often, harmful. Two tablespoonf uls daily will correct most types of constipation. If not relieved this w a y , s e e y o u r doctor. ALL-BRWT also hag iron for tha blood. At nit grocers. In the red- nnd-green package. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. HELPS KEEP YOU FIT 8 Regular $10.50 Value $6.75 SPECIAL PRICE We have sold dozens of this Smoker--A Real Bargain END TABLES Triced from . 69 c ·,,,, "Spring Air Mattress" Gives years of rwttiil comfort. No finer gift could lie given. Hundreds of other articles for tho home. Furniture Is the Practical Gift. TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 2H Second St. S. K. PHONE 391(1 Hamburg: Shop Sold. EAGLE GROVE, Dec. 12.--Mr. and Mrs. William Hazlett, who operated a hamburg shop at 308 West Broadway the past three years, sold it to Mrs. Agnes Sandven, who will have associated with her Mrs. Lenora Pierce, formerly at the Johnson Bostonia Cafe. JUOTSPRINKIE IN-TOMAKE DISHES SPARKLE To make your dishes sparkle [uit sprinkle a teaspoon of Climalene info your dishwater. Climalene softens wafer ... dissolves grease. You do your dishes In soft lasting suds with Mi (he soap, it makes clothes whiter, too. Get Climalene from your grocerln 2 sizes,10c,25c. H.3 ClMMfN PURE LARD HAMBURGER SOAP, Toilet

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