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December 14, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 14 1933 MISSIONARY TO GIVE ADDRESSES Elmer Dahle to Speak a Trinity and Calvary . Lutheran Churches. The Lutheran Daughters of th Reformation society composed o young women and girls of whic Miss Nora Engebretsbn is presiden has invited the public to hear th Rev. Elmer Dahle, missionary among the Eskimos, in a lector illustrated by moving: pictures tak en by himself in Alaska. The lecture will be given at th Calvary Lutheran church, 1G1 north. Delaware avenue, Prida at 4:30 p. m. and at Trinity Luth eran church, 508 South Pennsylva Bia avenue, Friday evening at o'clock. · No admission will he charged tm a silver offering will be tendere the missionary. The Rev. Elmer H. Dahle Bpen FUISWOWBS If hardened waste matter ia clog ging the bowels, causing constipa tion, piles, pains in the lower ab dbmen, gas, distress after eating.-or if poorly functioning bowels : causing the spread of neuritis, rheu matism, arthritis, lumbago, blotch complexion, or kidney and bladde troubles--YOU owe it to yourse and those who depend on you t make a simple easy GUARANTEE test. Just'flush the bowels. To d this, go at once to Foi'd Hopkins Drug Store and get a jar o SLEEPY SALTS. These blende earthly minerals are'patterned af ter the famous Sleepy Water fron Hot Springs, Ark. The taste is as toundingly different from ordinarj salts--in fact you'll find it lik taking- the original Sleepy Water After the very first time Sleepy Salts has had a chance to cleanse the poisons and acids from the system and flush them out alonjr with hardened waste matter, you'll feel so much better and look so much younger you'll want almost to dance for joy. "Sfou'll work better--rest better--and you'll find your resistance to colds the greatest in years. Naturally, too, the pains of rheumatism, neuritis, etc., are eased, wittiout drugs as congestion at the affected parts is cleared away. Don't expect ordinary laxatives to do a job like this--you've got to flush the bowels, so get Sleepy Salts at Ford Hopkins Drug Store today. SPECIAL OFFER: Clip out this ad and present it at Ford Hop. kins Drug Store this week. No later than Saturday! You will then be allowed to purchase the regular 73s elze Sleepy Salts for only 50c and this ad. Remember, you must present this ad at Ford Hopkins Drug' Store to obtain this 25c saving. So clip ' ti ad right now. Mason City 12-14. fl years in northern Alaska, work ing among the Eskimos, devoting three years to each of the Lutheran mission stations at Teller, Igloo anc Shishmaref, all on Seward Peuih sula, north of Nome, Alaska. To him was given the task o building the Anna M. Huseth Mem orlal Mission at Shishmaref in 1930 Funds, for this station were collect ed through the efforts of the young women of the church, the grou| known as the Lutheran Daughter, of the Reformation, with which thi Trinity L. D. R. ia affiliated. Missionary Dahle says , people in Alaska do not suffer from the col aa much as people do in Minnesota or North Dakota and that the land of the Eskimos is a delightfu place in which to live.' Slide Reproduction of Todd's "Nazarene" to Be Shown at Church A slide reproduction of Colone Todd's "The Nazarene" will he dis played at a special vesper servici at the Church of Christ Sunday eve ning at 5. This picture, on display throughout tho summer at the Hai of Religion at the Chicago WorM fair, has attained international rec ognition among the great picture of Christ. Colonel Todd, who served as an intelligence officer during the Worli war and subsequently as director o the Red Cross in Belgium an France, is an engineer as well as ai artist of wide recognition. Inspira tion for the picture came from sunset that so impressed him tha he hurried to his stud'o and withou a model, after seven hours of unin terrupted work completed the pic ture. It is also called "Christ Trium ohant' as the Master is shown, no as weighted with sorrows, but a victor over the tragedy of death am suffering. Included in the service will be ( song period of Christmas carols special Christmas muelc by th Church of Christ choir and a mes ·sage by the pastor, D. L. Kratz, en titled "Reproducing: the Master.' DeVincl's "Last Supper," Hoffman's "Boy Jesua" and "Christ in the Garden" will also be among- the pictures displayed. C. M. Finch, Tahoka, Tex., farmer. rrew two and one-half bales of colon to the acre on a three-acre latch. Two Doses Stop JO Ugh or no cost No argument -- money back if two doses of Bron- chuline Emulsion -don't give you INSTANT, unraistak- able relief. Michael Drug Store and all other good druggists guarantee it. Contains no chloroform nor other arcotics, nnd no sweet, sugary syrup. Not habit-forming. Smells rorse than it tastes. But if you are oughing yourself to pieces, IN- TANT RELIEF is what you want --and what you get with Bronchu- ne. Corduroy Pants and Jacket to Match The very finest thick set corduroy is used In making these popular garments. Corduroy Pants Are shown in wine, green, blue, rust, leather and gray. $3.50 Same in boys'....... $2,95 A Few only at §1,98 Corduroy Jackets Made in wine and blue to match the pants. Made straight and Cossack style, full zipper, heavy waistband, and cuffs-$3.75 Same in boys' §3.25 Heavy Wool Jackets, Cogsack style, tipper front. A warm, comfortable and very popular Jacket. A«j Cfl 4 AC Blue only p«l»3U and «P4«TttJ WITH BUTTON FRONT $3.93 CLOTH SUEDE JACKETS In brown and blue, button front. Heavy *o r/| weight «p2..DU Same In Boys" $1.5O Leather Suede Jackets Either Cossack style or with tight band around thu waist. Five qualities of Reindeer -lined or unllned -- ' $n. FLANNEL LOUNGING ROBE $8.50-.$10.00 BLANKET ROBES -..$3.95-$ 4.50 NECKWEAR ..55c-65c-$ 1.00 .ZD?PER BOOTS 1.00 ALLEN A HOSE. 3 in box ,,..,, $ 1.00 Quality Only--at Fair Prices REGULATIONS FOR FINANCING CODE AUTHORITY MADE Local Assessment of 25 Cents Provided in Government Program. Regulations for financing the op- iration of the retail trade code authority and for the award of the Blue Eagle to members of the retail trade were made public Thursday by the local retail trade authority. An annual assessment of 25 :ents for each local retail employe is provided for the expenses of the National Retail Trade authority. Lo cal retail code authorities may levj additional funds for their local ex peases, not exceeding a total of $1 a year, all told for each loca worker. Insignia for display by the mem bers of the retail trade eligible to receive them, will be issued as fas as retailers execute the assessmen forms and pay their assessments The Insignia will be duly registered They will be furnished to local au thoritles by the national code au thority. The regulations provide fo withdrawal of the blue eagle in th event of violation of the code. In form, the new insignia wll carry the familiar blue eagle am the legend "We do our part" an the particular division of the reta! trade in which the recipient is en gaged will also be indicated. The section of the regulation bearing upon the rate of assessmen to finance the self-government o the retail trade is as follows: "Payment shall he made accord ing to the number of workers in each establishment on the basis o an annual assessment of twenty-fiv cents (25e) a worker for the neces sary expenses of the National R? tail Trade authority, and such oth er amount a worker as may be spe jifled by the local retail trade au :hority for its necessary expenses ·provided, however, that in no case ihalt the total assessment be at a rreater rate than $1 for each work- FREE COINAGE OF SILVER FAVORED Lainey Says Step If Urged by Roosevelt Would Go Through House. WASHINGTON, Dec. u. UB_ peaker Rainey, at a press confer- nce, today declared himself for free olnagc o£ silver and said if Fres- !ent Roosevelt proposed such a step t the coming 1 session it would "go hrough the house like it was Teased." 'I think the house would favor ree coinage of silver, but the administration would have to take the nitiative," aaid the house leader. Time of Abraham. Rainey said the white meta! had een used aa money "from the time Abraham bought a cave for 400 Heckles of silver," and from that 'me until a few years ago "silver has been a recognized standard of xchange in the world." "There has been a bi-metalHc Currency since the time the Greeks ised a metail called electron, a com. Jlnation of gold and silver,' he con- .Inued. "The gold standard as we know it will never return to the world." Ration of 20 to 1. (Rainey proposed remonetization of silver at a ratio of about 20 to : with gold. Vlt would be a method of avoid Ing inflation," he said. "Half th world is using silver and prefer sil ver. After all, Bryan was right." Court Dates in 13th Judicial District Are Announced by Judge, NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 14.-Judges in the thirteenth judicial dis trlct of Iowa have set the lOllowlo dates of court in 1934: Allamakee county at Waukon Judge Taylor of Waukon, Jan. 8 Judge Goheen of Calmar, Marc 18, Judge Taylor, Sept. 10, Judg Eichendorf of McGregor, Nov. 1 Chickasaw county at New Hamp ton, Judge Taylor, Feb. 19, Judg Goheen, May 7, Judge Eicbendor Oct. 8, Judge Goheen, Nov. 2£ Clayton county at Blkader, Judg Goheen, Feb. 12, Judge Eichendori May 7, Judge Taylor, Oct. B, Judg Eichendorf, Dec. 3. Fayette county at West Union Judge Eichendorf, Jan. 8, Judg Taylor, April 2, Judge Eichendorf Sept. 10, Judge Goheen, Oct. 29 Howard county at Cresco, Judg Goheen, Jan. 8, Judge Eichendorf April 2, Judge Goheen, Sept. 10 Judge Tailor, Oct. 29. Winnesniek county at Decoral Judge Eichendorf, Feb. 19, Judg Taylor, May 7, Judge Goheen, Oct 1, Judge Taylor, Nov. ID. Eight Girls Give Rural School Perfect Record NORTHWOOD, Dec. 14.--MIS Alyce Johnson, teacher of rura school district No. 1 ot Danvill township, reported perfect atten dance for her eight pupils for th entire 12 weeks of the presen school year. All eight pupils ar glrla. The children who have mad this good record are Arlene, Deald. and Velma Anderson, Lila Bruns void, Garda. Flaaten, Doris, Elai and Nora Peterson. Tournament Played Off at Hanford Contract Meet Sponsored by Mrs. Grace Newman and Mrs. Dibble.. Mrs. Lester Dibble and Mrs Orace Newman sponsored one in a series of contract bridge tournaments Wednesday at the Hotel Hanford. There was a play in both af- 'ernoon and evening. Winners in the afternoon's play ivere Mrs. J. W Irons and Mrs Howard Knesel, first, and Miss Dor-. Markley and Mrs. David Convey second, for north and south, anc Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Hugh Mclaughlin first and Mrs. H. B. Hasbrouck and Mrs. C. H. Barber second, playing east and west. Miss Doris Markley and Mrs. David Convey won first place and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Roberts second playing east and west, in the eve ning; tournament. North and south winners were Mrs. Convey and Mrs Eugene Boudinot of Webster City first, and Mrs. F. C. Gaylord sec ond. Mrs. Newman and Mrs. Dibble have other tournaments planned for after the holiday season. E. H Hayes of Mount Pleasant, state sec retary of the Iowa Bridge associa tlon. was present at the tournamen Wednesday. SEE CHANGE OF PEACE IN CHACO Paraguayan Victories Offer Pan-American Body Hope of Success. ASUNCION, Paraguay, Dec 14 '*)--This week's smashing- Paraguayan victories against Bolivia in :he Chaco, with the capture of Fort Saavedra and the bombardment of Fort Munoz, were regarded officially today as creating an oppor- unity for the Pan-American con- erence at Montevideo to bring .bout peace with honor. Paraguayan statesmen indicated hey believed the time opportune or a satisfactory end to the con- let. Paraguayan army sources said hat 15,000 Bolivian soldiers were nnihiliated on the Saavardra front nd that the Paraguayn victory epresentcd a losa to Bolivia of the ucleus of its fighting forces. They pointed to the continuation f their men from the victory at aaveclra to the attack upon Fort Vtunoz as proof of their power to arry through to a definite conclusion of hostilities. The fall of Saavedra was regarded as not only a severe blow to the :eystone of Bolivian defenses but as moral victory which would have ar reaching repercussion in favor £ Paraguay. Munoz was regarded as an im- lortant Bolivian army center and it vas said the loss of Munoz would be a severe blow to Bolivia and strategic gain of the first order. Gymnasium Improvement Made. TITONKA, Dec. 14.--The floor In he Titonka high school gymnasium 3 being taken out and will be re- laced with a new one. A. F. Anderson has the contract for this work Basketball games scheduled here Between now and the Christmas holiday will be played elsewhere. FUR COATS are Perfect Gifts SPECIAL PRICES for CHRISTMAS! M'ARTHUR NAMED CO-OP DIRECTOR Elected on Board of Iowa Livestock Shipping Association. Senator William McArthur of Mason City was elected a member of the board of directors of the Iowa Co-Operative Livestock Shippers association at the closing session of the convention in Des Moines Wednesday. W. R. Johnson. Perry, was relect- ed president, Oliver Swandahl of Huxley was named vice president, J. C. Williamson of Chariton, treasurer, and Knute Espe of Des Moines, secretary. Other directors named were Johnson, Swandahl, Williamson, Carl Wallace of Northwood, Lew Myers of Williamsburg, Matt Clark of Clarion and Ben Golden of Nevada. The association passed a resolution urging delay by the legislature on a bill aimed to Increase market- Ing costs pending federal investigation. GRAM REPORTS ON AIRPORT JOBS Tells Washington 1,318 at · Work on CWA Iowa Projects. DAVENPORT, Dec. 14. -Ralph W. Cram, department of commerce representative in the formation of the airport program, announced today that he had sent a report to Washington showing that 1,318 men are working on airport projects in Iowa under the CWA, with a total allotment for this work of $228,000. The amount named is divided between 5195,950 payroll extending to Feb. 15 and 532,000 for material and equipment. It means a weekly payroll of $22,000. Mr. Cram gave out the figures today upon his arrival from Des Moines. He had only words of oraise for the directors of the state civil works program there, and declared that it was due to their nitiative and airmindedness that the airport program wns so admirably advanced. THERE ARE MILLIONS of stars and millions of people. Yet every onn is different. Just so it is with feet. If you have had trouble getting- fitted, come in tomorrow 14 E. State St. Shoes Are Itenlly Fitted DIAMONDS . . . at their true value. Many beautiful, new settings in yellow and white wedding rings to match. WATCHES DIAMONDS PHONE 888 BEFOKE IT'S TOO LATE Make your coal dollars work all night. Fire should not go into an all night sleep at this season. Have you tried our GREAT HEART Certified Fuel Fireside Fuel Co. 1011 SOUTH FEDERAL Occident Flour makes more bread per sack- and makes it better . . . Costs more per sack- less per baking. "Costs More--Worth Itl" Fattening Pheasant for "Chicken" Dinner Another pheasant story was re; ported to this office Thursday when I citizen whose home is only a few blocks northeast of the center of town told of a fine cock pheasant strutting boldly into a small barn near his house. Thinking, no doubt, of some of the birds which he had wasted shot on a lev; weeks ago. this citizen closed the door on the unexpected guest and is now fattening him up for a "chicken" dinner. CONDUCTS MEETING. The Social Hour club met met Wednesday with Mrs. W. Wilcox for election of officers when Mrs. E. F. Best Remedy for Cough Is Easily Mixedjat Home NoCookinglNoWorkl RealSavingl You'll never know how quickly n Htubborn cough can be conquered, until you try tnia famous recipe. It is used in, more homes than any other cough remedy, because it givca more prompt, positive relief. It's no trouble at all to mix and costs but a trifle. Into a pint bottle, pour 2^ ounces of Pinex; then add granulated sugar syrup to make a full pint. Syrup is easily made "with 2 cups of sugar and one cup of water, stirred a few moments until dissolved. No. cooking needed. This gives you four times as much cough medicine for your money, nnd it's a purer, better remedy. It never spoils, and tnstes fine. Instantly you feel its penetrating effect. It loosens the germ-laden phlegm, clears the air passages, anj soothes nnd heals the inflamed membranes. This three-fold action explains why it brings such quick relief in severe coughs. Finer is a highly concentrated compound of Norway Pine, used fjr generations for its healing effect on thrnnt mombrancs. It is guaranteed to give prompt relief or money refunded. PUBLIC AUCTION Chas. G. Ames Farm at Emery, Iowa Wednesday, Dec. 20 LIST WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL Bl' SUNDAY, DEC. 17 PHONE 6F4 HAH OLD AMES, Auctioneer Bauman was named president, Mrs. Carrie Felt, vice president, and Mrs. Glenn McEachran, secretary- treasurer. A program was presented with Mrs. Price Tevis in charge. The club members sang carols, Margaret Bloomfield and Lois Houghtaling gave recitations and Airs. Art Houghtaling gave a reading. Gifts were distributed by Santa Glaus. The next meeting will be Jan. 10 at the A. M. Aery home. (HRfftMA* PARADE OF VALUES!! Sleds 95c au Sklls 9 / C up and 98c aur Shoe Ice Skates, Hockey Type, p a i r . . Coaster Wagons .... Mouse Bulbs, Q 15-80-60 Watt, each Ot Razor Blades for | Gillette Razors, e a c h . . . . J. C Denatured nlco- hol, 188 proof, 2 gallons for $1.00 In your container. Storage battery, 13 plate, guaranteed Z years, $5.55 exchange, FIo-E-Z Winter Motor Oil, 49 c gallon in your container. Frost Shield, each 2fic AUTO RADIATORS Fully Guraanteed «JO.Oi) Ex. Model A Ford, 1928-2!) Chevrolet, 1029-30-31. $9.85 Ex. IG-i Xnliular Tricycle wheel 55.19 Skid Chains for nil £· OA cars, 80x450.31, pair t|fia.£i«/ Tungsol Auto Q Headlight Bulbs, each... "C Tail Light Bulbs, each. 5c Radio "B" Battery, OQ 45-Volf, Reg OOC . L. Mtehaeb, Owner 102 So. Federal Ave. Ginger, ground, -f j\~ in bulk, Ib Atl SMOKED SALT Mortons, Old Hickory 10 pounds for ,, S7c 2 Ibs. 2 oz. for 22c Pancake Flour, in bulk, 6 Ibs Bulk Dates, 2 Ibs. for 15 Eggs, No. ' 1 Storage, our own pack, dozen 3 dozen--48c Raisins, Seedless, 4 Ibs. Dried Figs, new crop, 2 Ibs Coffee, Nash or Atwood's, 1 Ib. vacuum cans Walnuts or Pecan Meats, pound Dessert Jell, all flavors, 6 for Special Prices on Christmas Candies MIXED NUTS and FRUITS OF ALL KINDS Special Reductions to Churches, Schools, Lodges Women's and Children's For the Entire Family Visit Our Rubber Footwear Dept. Before Buying We Will Save You 20% to 30% on Your Purchase. Men's 4 Buckle Cloth Top OVERSHOE All Rubber Red Sole 82.25 Broken Lots While they last C LADIES' SNAP GAITERS Boys' Good Heavy RUBBERS A Real Bargain Men's Heavy WORK RUBBERS All Sizes All other RUBBER FOOTWEAR priced accordingly--A lanre selection to choose from. Yeast, per pkg-. Japan Green Tea, per pound 19' Pumpkin, extra fancy, special price, 6)1 r 3 cans ...................... .L Jonathan Ap- T '. 1 , pies, per bskt. Denatured Alcohol, 188 f roo , f ' ^4c 1 gal ............................ «P«f In 5 Gal. lots-- 50c ga\. CHEESE WEEK Special Side mid demonstration of 100 kinds of cheese. Come in for n sample. CHAMOIS Sells everywhere at S5 nnd ?G While Lot of 85 last, only Same in heavy suedo cloth AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GnT! Do your CHRISTMAS SHOPPING at SAM RAIZES' and SAVE MONEY! Hundreds of items on display at UNMATCHABLE LOW PRICES! DEPARTMENT STORE 215 S. Federal Ave. Wholesale and Retail Phone 434 and 435

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