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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 1, 1934
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MARCH 1 11934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE MILITARY RITES HELD FOR VET Louise Reuhle, Emmetsburg, Used Wheel Chair (or Many Years. KMMBTSBURG, March 1.--A military funeral for Louis Reuhle, 52, Emmetsburg, was held from the Congregational church here Thursday afternoon with the Rev. Edward Pruitt of the Methodist Episcopal church officiating. Veterans of the Spanish American war served as honorary pallbearers, with the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion posts acting as military escorts and active pallbearers. Mr. Reuhle died unexpectedly at his home here Tuesday after being confined by illness there for the past two weeks. He was a member of the old Company K of Ernmets- burg, joining it in 1902, after which he left to join the regular army in the coast artillery. Following his honorable discharge, he returned to Emmetsburg where he lived until his death. Incapacitated by disease after his army service, he was forced to use a wheel chair many years. He is survived by three brothers, August of Emmetsburg, Charles of Ruthven and Fred of Marshalltown. He was unmarried. Orchard Plays Host to Mitchell Legionnaires; W. G. Henke Is Speaker ORCHARD, Krarcn 1.--Legionnaires from all corners of Mitchell county met here last night for a program featuring an address by W. G. Henke of Charles City, last year's fourth district commander and this year's department Americanism director. Mr. Henke pointed out that the fourth district, leading the state by a substantial margin, is within 10 per cent of its membership quota, with 5 out of the 12 counties over the top. This proximity to goal he insisted, is a challenge to go out and complete the job. Other speakers on the program included L. E. Whipple, secretary 01 the Mason City Legion post, anc Earl Hall. Mason City, who also led the group in some songs. Commander Miller wielded the gavel and Adjutant McGillivray was at the secretary's desk. The next meeting will be held at Riceville. URGES AIR INQUIRY 'Two things I wanted "... and it was all so simple when I found out my trouble. My physician said I had no organic disease, but I didhavcwhrtisso commonly called a low percentage of liemo-glo-bin in tiie blood. "The reasonableness of one of the S.S.S. ads caused roe to tiiink that S.S.S. Tonic was just what I needed for my let-down feeling and pimply skin. I wanted more strength and a clear skin. "It didn't take S.S.S. very long to get my blood back up to normal--and as my strength end energy returned my skin cleared up." If your condition suggests a tonic of this kind, try S.S.S. It is not just a so-called tonic but a Ionic specially designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and also having the mineral elements so Tery, very necessary in rebuilding the oxygen- carrying hemo-glo-bin of the blood. S.S.S. value'has been proven by generations oT use, as well as by modern scientific appraisal. Sold by all drug two sizes...the larger is more economical, ® Tht s.s.s. Co. I found out my trouble" Representative Clarence J. AIcLcod of Michigan said he would ask a congressional investigation of the army air corps as a result of the scries of fatal mishaps that have overtaken army aviators flying the mail. (Associated Press Photo). Wedding Anniversary at Swea City Celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Morris SWEA CITY. March 1.--Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Norris celebrated their golden wedding at the home of their grandson, Wiliam Barker, with 50 relatives attending. Mr. Norris was born at Wolf Island, Canada, Mrs. Norris at Utica, N. Y. They came to Kossuth county 53 years ago, were married at Algona and settled at Cresco township. They are the parents of two children, John of Corning and William of Wells. There are 20 grandchildren, 47 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild. TRADEHOME ONE-DAY SALE! Greater Value Day! Tradthimt hat only » few major selling mnt^ln ihe/ywr-GREAtER VALUE DAY is one of ·ir *«t important s Every item in .Ibis sale is selling for less than regular pnce.-A bona- fide sale--with honest-to-goodness values. You can always buy with confidence at Traaehome. Newlpringltyles Brand NEW Spring Shoes reduced, Every pair a 1934 style-many not over 10 days old, All the newest fashions represented, Rough leathers! Grays! Blues. Opera pucips! They're all here. They're all specially priced tor Ereatsr Value Day Only! Mew Rough Leathers! New High Gut Oxfords! All Sizes 3 io 9 BANDIT KILLED AND 2 CAUGHT Three Soldiers Accused of Trying Their Hand at Bank Robbery. PLATTSMOUTH, Nebr., March 1. I.S')--Three soldiers accused of trying their hand at bank robbery matched gunplay with a sharp- shooting deputy · sheriff, with this result: One soldier killed. Two soldiers captured. Police said that Clyde A. Durham, John R. Langston and John C. Scislowski, all soldiers from Fort Crook near Omaha, entered the Plattsmouth State bank late yesterday intent on robbing it. Deputy Jv E. Lancaster heard about it. He stepped into the bank with his gun out of sight. Durham, known as a crack shot, fired, police said. He missed. Lancaster pulled out his gun and fired. Durham fell dead, a bullet through his heart. Then the deputy sheriff fired again. The bullet hit Langston in the arm. He and Scislowski jumped through a rear window and ran. A short time later a posse carne upon them in a garage and seized them without a fight. Chicago Symphony and Oratorio Planned for Music Fest at Cornell MOUNT VERNON, March 1.-The thirty-sixth annual May Music festival at Cornell college, featuring the thirty-first appearance of the Chicago Symphony orchestra, will take place this spring during the first week-end of May, the exact dates being May 3, 4 and 5, as announced here by Prof. Harold W. Baltz, director of the festival. The dates were confirmed by Henry E. Voegeli, manager of the Chicago symphony. "The Seasons," well-known oratorio by Haydn, will be sung by the Cornell oratorio society under Professor Bait?,' baton as the opening number of the festival on Thursday evening. May 3. The Cornell orches tra will accompany the singing ot parts of this oratorio. A concert soloist is being booke for the Friday evening program of the festival week-end at Cornell Director Baltz indicated. The Chi cago orchestra under Dr. Frederick Stock will be heard in two full length concerts on Saturday afternoon and evening. IP* New Leather Heels! AH Widths /H389 A A l o G A^ '··? · ' eue. 1 ^ SCOUT TO£ GREATER VALUE DAY ONLY \ GREATER."VALUE DAY pNW.1 GREATER VALUE DAY QflLV Boy,' Goodyear Welt OXFORDS imagine! Good- fr t year welt- ox- ^. fords at this low price. Sizes t to G.. Children's Dress and School Shoes Good wearing and good fitting oxfordsr straps, sport shoes. S i z e s to 2 MEN'S SOCKS in New Spring Shades O u r famous 25c socks. All sizes, for . . . . Men's Work Shoes s Men's SSS' Oxfords Elk Black Uppers S m a r t - looking b l a c k bluctter oxfsrdi good tit- ting last. A toi'gh v/earing shoe wi!h heavy corapo solas, 18 SO. FEDERAL AVE, MASON CITY. IOWA Three Artificial Lakes Are Neanng Completion in Iowa by CCC Workers . . - UP). Three artificial lakes in Iowa are nearing completion, the state Fish and Game commission has reported. One lake is in Johnson county near Iowa City, another in Mahaska county near Oskaloosa and ' the third, Lake Wapello, in Davis county. Lake Wapello is almost complete and a considerable amount of water is now behind the dam, the commission said. All the lakes are major projects included in the 25 year conservation plan. Construction is sponsored by the commission and is being carried out by the Emergency Conservation Works plan and C. C. C. camps are located at each lake. It is hoped to open Lake Wapello to fishing in 1935. IOWA RANKS THIRD IN NUMBER OF 1933 FARM BANKRUPTCIES By RUBY BLACK Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- Iowa ranked ^ third among- all the states in the i number of farm bankruptcies 11933, with a total of 561, an increase i of more than 100 over the 1932 j total. j In the fiscal year 1933, which | ended last June 30, the farm bank- i ruptcies in Iowa equaled 46.3 per ' cent of the 1,211 total bankruptcies in the state. In 1932, there were 456 farmers going into bankruptcy, representing 1 45 per cent of the total 1,014 bankruptcies in the state. The bureau of agricultural economics reports that the number of farmer bankruptcies last year represents the second year of Increase since 1931, which was the lowest point in number of such cases since 1922. Nevertheless, the number of farmer bankruptcies is compara- j lively small, Flowing, according 1 to the bureau, that few faarmers use the law to gain freedom from obligations. Illinois led all the states with 815 cases of bankruptcy among farmers, followed by Ohio with 644 and Iowa j with 561. Will Meet Friday. GARNER, March 1.--Ben V. Greiman, Hancock county chairman for the corn-hog reduction committee, has called a meeting for beef feeders and breeders throughout the county to be held at the courthouse Friday afternoon. The purpcse of the meeting is to i discuss what plans can be formu- | lated to bring beef production under the agricultural adjustment act. I .Committee Is Elected. i FENTON--A permanent corn-hog i committee was elected at the Center I schoolhouse, Fenton township, con| sisting of the following: C. H. ! Newel, A, A. Hading and H. H. : Dveyer. The committee was elected I 1 or Fenton township. BASEMENT For these First Spring Days Match, the m o o d of spring with a bright, print frock! We've a lively collection that will send you on your way singing! 95 - $5.95 .95 73 m [torn Did you ever see a dress just alive with spring? Well, we did! 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