Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 13, 1936 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 13, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 13 fli 1936 SEVEN GRAVE VIEW OF CLASH IS TAKEN Manchoukuo Says Bombing Planes Were Used By Mongolians. (Opyrlsht, 1113(1. liy Thn Associated I'rr»« TOKIO--The Manchoukuoan government took a most grave view of the latest border clash with soviet influenced Outer Mongolia, a Domei (Japanese) news agency said Thursday, especially since the enemy allegedly used bombing planes. The dispatch from Hsinking, capital of the Japanese advised state of Manchoukuo, quoting a spokesman for the Manchoukuoan foreign office, said the encounter Wednesday at Olahodka was the most serious thus far of the last year's frontier incidents.' Military reports from the border confirmed reports that planes attempted to bomb the Japanese-Man- choukuoan column involved, but failed to inflict casualties, the dispatch said. Accounts differed as to whether two or three planes took part in the engagement, and as to whether they were Russian or Outer Mongolian. Family Under Quarantine SEXTON--The William Green family is under quarantine for scarlet fever here. Mr. Green has the disease. / . . A N E W (I Penetrating Heat (Infra-Red) Lamp GENERAL* ELECTRIC L. *9 9S O-M. - Buy your G-E Penetrating ,Heat Ely (inhaled) Lamp -:»bidl'ay-B» this amai-- i§ -ingly low price. ; Provides quick relief, where penetrating heat treatments are desirable. Furnishes heat by radiation. Penetrates deeply into the body tissues for quicker and more lasting relief. OTHER FEATURES 1. Operates from an ordinary li^ht socket--at the flick of a switch. 2. Needs no attention. 3. Adjustable for height. 4. Attractive black finish with nickel trim. 5. Price . . . only ?9.95. We carry a complete line of General Electric Sunlamps ranging in price from $19.95 to $74.50 · anc? E WHEN BUYING A SUNIAMP, COM! TO SUKLAKP HEADQUARTERS P G MINNESOTA SETS OUT MANY TREES Contributes Heavily Toward Breaking Records in U. S. in '35. MINNEAPOLIS. -T)--Minnesota, with 25,502,000 plantings contributed heavily toward breaking tree planting records in the United States during 1935. a compilation by the American Tree association at Washington, shows. Ranking first with 112,920,500 plantings, all on national forests, state forests and privately owned land, was Michigan. This state also headed the list with 10-1,000.000 plantings on national forest lands. Wisconsin Is Second. Wisconsin was second with a planting of 55,522,000, of which 43,000,000 was an national forest lands. 9,500,000 on state lands, 2,000,000 on private lands and 1,022,000 by the soil conservation service, the association said. New York, which was in.,first place a year ago. dropped to third with a total of 52,743.000 while Indiana holds fourth place with 32,381.800. Plantings in the United States during: 1935 approximated 501.789,763. the association said, of which 221.S62.590 were on national forest lands; 89,703,260 on state lands: 95,250,959 . on privately owned lands; 89,250.000 on soil erosion lands and 5,700,000 as shelter "belt plantings. In North Central Section. In the west north central section, which includes Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Da- RHEUMATISM When your rheumatism is caused or aggravated by excess uric acid --and most rheumatism is--one swift and safe prescription is Al- lenru--often the terrible agony goes in 48 hours--ask any live druggist in America for 8-ounces prescription Allenru. Costs about 35 cents. COMPLETE CentralAutoElectricCo. Central BHttery Electric Jo. New Address--Next to Fire Station Were You "Stymied" By a Snowdrift? Then Come Tomorrow! Another Big Week-End In This-CLOSING OUT ENTIRE STOCK Many Coots As Low As PRICE Included Are Many New Style, Cownie "True Value" Furs EVEN AN OLD FASHIONED BLIZZARD couldn't stop these values! Many women braved weather that would make "Yukon Pete" put away his snow shoes just to take advantage of the sensational savings this big, important event offers. If you couldn't get here last week-end . , , plan to come tomorrow or Saturday. You'll find moneysaving values and b e a u t i f u l styles that will melt your sales resistance like a January thaw. Buy Now and Save -- Use Our Convenient Payment Plan formerly BENOWITZ BROS. FUR SHOP 221 No. Federal Ave. Cars Cross River on Ice at Sioux City The current cold wave, although laden with inconvenience and trouble for automobile drivers, has not been without some advantages. One ol those advantages has been ol especial belief it to residents of .South Sioux City, Nebr., many of whom have been driving their cars across the ice of the Missouri river and thus escaping the necessity of paying toll on the Combination bridge at Sioux City. This is the first time in manv years that the river has frozen solidly enough to permit crossing on the ice. It is estimated that the bridge company has lost several hundreds of dollars in tolls because of the practice. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) Otto Kramer Funeral Conducted at Garner GARNER--Funeral services tor Otl.o Kramer. 57, who died Saturday ·olio-wing an illness of one week were held Wednesday afternoon al Zion Reformed church In charge of the Rev. William Hucnemann. Born Jan. 30, 1879, at Sullivan. Mo., he settled at Williams where he lived until 191* when he came to Garner settling on a farm. He was married to Bessie E. Majir.on, the mother of his five sons, Dover, Omer. Albert, Clay and Artie. She died 21 years ago". He was married to Mrs. Elenor Pish Oct. 22, 1922. who with the five sons and two step-sons survive. John and Ben of Sullivan, Mo., and Joe of Eldora, brothers, and Mrs. r CHAPPED SKIN To quickly relieve happind and romhne»«,H apply soothing, \ cooling Mentholatum. H\ T^l Civet COMFORT Dally Hare you tried the NEW HEMTHOUTUM LIQUID for head colds? Ijhe MenJhohilnm ointment it bringft oolhin£ comfort Enna Kramer and Mrs. Volland. sisters of deceased. Rosa When Bladder Weakness W A K E S YOU UP? M n k f t h i s 2rc tent. Ucmovc t h r cmisc. R? huchu IPHVW. Junior nil. *tr., ti flush out excess ficl'ln nmt Impurities which causes lirltiitlou Urn I rcnulLi in restless nlchts. burning, scanty rlmv. frequent dcnlre. nt* backache. Ask for little RTfOn ublets called Buliets, the Madder lax. They work on t h o bladder similar tn onstor of] on t h e hnwr-ls. In four clays If not. plt-ajii'f! any druKKl't will refund your 2Sc. Michael r/nic Co., Huxtablo DruR Store. Hare A STEAK SUPPER With Us You may have small, medium, or large steak--with potatoes, salad, hot bread, sherbet and choice of drink, 3!te, 4!»c, 50c. Dessert also served with large steak at 59c. 5 p. m. till 8:30 p. m. Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS depot kota, Nebraska and Kansas, a total' of 557,766,567 plantings were recorded, distributed as follows: National forests 23,175,000; state lands 4,680,169; private lands 13,817,920; soil conservation planting 10.585.000; shelter belt 5.508,478. North Dakota had total tree plantings of 2,126,969; South Dakota 2,750,500, and Montana 1,250,000. Nora Springs Funeral for Vern Cutler Held at Methodist Church NORA SPRINGS--Funeral services for Verri Cutler were held Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church, conducted by the Rev. George D. Gaide, pastor of the church. Mrs. O. L. Hansen and Mrs. Harry Olson, accompanied by Mrs. Earl "Chenoweth, sang. Burial was in Rock Grove cemetery. Vern Sprague Cutler, only son of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Cutler, was born Nov. 4. 1895, on what is known as the V. D. Cutler farm, 6 miles southwest of Nora Springs. He was married to Bertha Marie Benedict Sept. 13; 1915. To this union two children were born, Vern Harrison and June Violet. The mother died December, 1918. On Sept. 19, 1919, he was married to Gladys Darlene Merfield of Swanville, Minn. The family resided on the V. D. Cutler farm'until two years ago when they moved to the Mary Bell farm. Mr. Cutler had been in poor health the past year and died at his home early Saturday morning. He is survived by his wife and son and daughter and by his mother, Mrs. Vern Cutler of Portland, Oregon and by five sisters, Mrs. Lottie Worcester and Mrs. Flossie Davis of Chicago, Mrs. Marjory Robison, Charles City, Mrs. Irma Berg-. Portland, Oregon, Mrs. Fay Erwin, Detroit, Mich. Only Homemade Bread in G e n e v a for Time During Snow Blockade G E N E V A -- Except in homes which used homemade bread, there was not a loaf in town Monday. Tuesday noon the snow plow came through on the state road from No. 65. Bread trucks followed and the Mason City Globe-Gazette got in about 5 p. m. as usual. The train north at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning was the first mail since Friday evening. At the Terry Grice farm, three miles southeast, a shade tree was felled Sunday to provide fuel. The road was to have been opened Mon day but Henry Siems, living north cast in the Four Mile Grove neigh borhood, became so ill the road out there had to be opened first. When the coal car came in a week ago, 60 farmers drove in for fuel anc it was portioned out in 1.000 pounc loads. The next carload is expected in about 10 days. Mayor .T. L. Thamas is out of coal at his home and he and "Grandma" Allen are staying at the Charles Hayes home. Because of the blocked roads there has been no school since Jan 21 and there is no prospect of its opening any time soon. With the exception of Superintendent Schoep- hoerster, the teachers have gone to their homes or to visit friends. Glenville Men Aid in Shoveling I. C. Train GLENVILLE. Minn.--About 1 men from Glenville went with th train on the Illinois Central Tues day to shovel snow and clear thi tracks. The train went as far a, Waverly. The big snow plow started ou Tuesday from Albert Lea south 01 the old highway 65 and got stuck by Dr. Head's place, the drifts be ing packed so hard the plow had t return to Albert Lea. No mail trains have been throug here since Saturday morning, Feb 8, until Wednesday, Feb. 12. Entertain at Party. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mr. an Mrs. Robert Leighty entertained whist party Monday evening. Hig honors went to Mr. and Mrs. R. C Eckert and consolation prizes wen to Mrs. Abe Kunkle and Mr. Ea Hunt Valentine Heart Ice Cream BRICK QUART Relish Dishes FRIDAY SATURDAY at 103 N. FEDERAL AVE. Heart thape mold of ut ice cream centered in a nolid brick of rich New York ice crcnm. 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