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February 20, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 20 1936 FIVE MANY EVENTS i ARE POSTPONED -' .Vegetable Growers' Session at Forest City to Be Held March 19,20. i FOREST CITY--The state eighth grade examinations for rural pupils ' wtiicii wilj be held in all towns of the county have been postponed until warmer \veather. The Winnebago county basketball tournament to be held at Lake Mills has been postponed until Feb. 27 to 29. Tie conference high school declamatory contest has been indefinitely postponed. The vegetable growers convention scheduled for this week has h been postponed until March 19 and f: 20. The Legion and auxiliary meeting for February has been postponed until warmer weather opens the roads in this vicinity. Swea City Shortage Is Reduced Some When 15 Tons of Coal Received SWEA CITY--Charles Kinney of the Farmers' elevator trucked in 15 tons of coal Wednesday from a car at Bstherville that came into Estherville billed for Swea City a week ago but could not get through on the Rock Island. Farmers have been forced to burn corn for nearly three weeks and on account of blocked highways have been driving to town where possible. This coal is doled out in 300 pound lots. This will relieve the situation for three or four days. The Ledyard State bank of Swea City closed the front part of the bank aad did the regular banking ·business in a small room in the rear of the building, as it is out of fuel.. It is hoped coal will be received here this week. , Mr. Myhr of the Northern Lumber company drove to Winnebago, Minn., Tuesday and obtained a truckload of britkets for some of the townspeople who were in dire need of fuel. Mumps Epidemic, Cold Closes Miller School MILLER--School is closed for another week owing to an epidemic of mumps and the severity or the weather. Mail service has been held up by the drifted highways. The men from here have shoveled snow from here to No. 69 twice. There has been p« cral in town for more than two ,' 5k^. Whan Poisons Clog KIDNEYS and Irritate Bladder Flush Them Out For 35 Cents Go to your druggist today and get this safe, swift and harmless diuretic and stimulant--ask for Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules and start at once to flush kidneys of waste, matter saturated with acids and poisons. That's the way to bring about healthy kidney activity and stop that bladder irritation which often causes scanty passage with smarting and burning as well as restless nights. Remember, the kidneys often need flushing as well as the bowels, and some symptoms of kidney weakness are: Getting up once or twice during the night--puffy eyes-cramps in leg--backache and moist palms. But be sure and get GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules-the original and genuine--right from Haarlem in Holland--the price is small (35 cents), the good results will fulfill your expectations. Durant Bankrupt William C. Durant, 74, founder of the General Motors corporation and a financier who came out of previous depressions to make more millions, is "broke" again. Dunint filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy in New York, listing assets at $2SO and debts at $914,231. IOWA WPA OFFICE PAYROLL $43,28 5 State Manager Points Out Monthly Scale Based on Local Conditions. DES M O I N E S , (.T)-- Iowa's monthly WPA payroll for 352 em- ployes in the state and district offices totals $43,285.63. J. D. Kerlin, state WPA office manager, made public the salaries Wednesday, pointing out that the wage scale is based on local conditions, including the size of the city in which the employes work. Seventy-six state office employes receive a total of 510,974 a month, Kerlin reported, while 276 employes in the five state districts receive a monthly payroll of $32,311.63. District offices are located in Des Moines, Council Bluffs, Waterloo, Sioux City and Davenport. Lakota, Without Trains Nearly a Week, Suddenly Has 7 Engines m Yards i'A-- After fcsiag without trains foi ilmost a week, there vere seven engines 'in the -yards Saturday when trains and snowplows arrived and two carloads of coal were brought in. Some persons were entirely out and many had only a day's supply. A gi;at many farmers spent the entire day in town waiting for coal, but decided the day- was well spent when they were able to bring home their allotment of coal. If you. prefer nose drops, or throat spray, call for the HEW MENTHOUTUM LIQUID in handy bottle wilh dropper MARRIAGE LICENSE LOST IN SNOWDRIFT GARNER--Clerk of Court Elmer Raw issued a marriage license to Michael Loebig, 20, of Wesley, and Minnetta Mollander. 19. of Britt. After getting stalled in a snow drift and while shoveling out, Mr. Loebig lost the license and the ceremony was delayed until he could return for another. LOW BIDDERS ON PROJECTS NAMED Several Included in North Iowa; Approval Must Be Obtained. AMES, .T--The Iowa highway commission late Wednesday named low bidders on 37 road projects, the bids on which must be approved by the Omaha bureau of Public Roads before contracts can be let. Projects in North Iowa include: BRIDGES: Allamakee--One bridge on highway 1S2 northwest of Lansing, Brenran brothers, Lansing, 514,970. Fayette--One overpass and two culverts at C. M. St. P. and P. railway crossing on highway 18 northwest-of Hawkeye, A. Olson Construction company, Waterloo. $16,516. Hamilton-Hardin--Th i r ty-n i n e culverts on highway 195 out of Jewel east, Christensen brothers, Sioux City, $21,958. Hardin--Four culverts on highway 175 from highway 6D west. Christensen brothers, 52,536. GRADING: Payette--0.3 mile on highway 18 northwest of Hawkeye, G. H. Lowe, Cedar Rapids, ?13,714. Harailton-Hardin--15.0 miles on highway 195 out of Jewel east, G. H. Lowe, 558,536. Hardin--1.9 miles on highway 175 from highway 65 west, G. H. Lowe, 511,643. Lewis Michelson, 74, Kanawha, Is Buried; Wife, 9 Children Left KANAWHA -- Funeral services for Lewis Michelson, 74, wiio had lived in the vicinity of Kanawha many years, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Lutheran churoh with the Rev. T. J. Severaon of Eagle Grove officiating. Burial was made in the Kanawha cemetery. Surviving are his wife and nine children, Nells of Jackson, Minn.; Lester of Crystal Lake; Mrs. Lillie Ersland of Ames; Frank of Blackfoot, Idaho; Elmer of Belmond; Mrs. Alice Sogard of Forest City; Mrs. Grace Engh, Ear! and Selma of Kanawha; four brothers, Severt, Joe, Nels and Michael, and three sisters, Mrs. E. J. Soma, Mrs. John Shurson and Mrs. Theodore Tegland, all of Kanawha, aso 27 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Michelson enjoyed a long married life together, having celebrated their golden wedding anniversary a year ago last June. Horvie Again Head of Lake Mills Creamery LAKE MILLS--The annual meeting of the Lake Mills Creamery association war, held at tee Irving theater. R. O. Storvick of the Iowa State Brand Creameries was to have been the speaker, but due to blocked roads was unable to come. The following officers were re-hired: Oscar Horvie, president, manager and treasurer; Hans Teigen, vice president; Ed Price, secretary; directors, S. T. Peterson, S. Honsey, Oscar Solomonson. Hostess at Party. JOICE--Miss Doris Gordon was hostess to a Valentine party. A large group of schoolmates and their instructors were present. OF THE ©FTHE NORTH SECTION OF O U R STORE We must vacate the north section of our store the LAST OF THIS MONTH! Although we are not quoting any prices at this time, WE ASSURE YOU that UNHEARD OF VALUES are being offered in each and everyone of our many departments, including the GROCERY DEPARTMENT. Carpenters and painters are now working full force, remodelling the south section of the store . . . shopping may be a little difficult, but the SAVINGS ARE LARGE ENOUGH to induce any conservative buyer to SHOP DAILY IN OUR STORE during this GREAT SELLING EVENT! 215 S. Federal DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 434 ROOSEVELT HAS SUPPORT IN IOWA State Democrat Committee on Record Affirming Its Loyalty. DES MOINBS, (.«--The democratic state central committee was on record Thursday as affirming- its loyalty to President Roosevelt and as being "unalterably opposed to divided allegiance." The committee's stand was announced in a resolution adopted at a meeting here Wednesday in which it set April 3 as the date for the meeting of the state convention in DCS Moincs and named Representative Pred Biermann temporary chairman and keynoter of the convention. Machinery preparatory for the state convention was outlined in a call sent out today by Chairman Ed Birmingham which directed the holding of precinct caucuses not later than March 7 and of county conventions on March 14. "Into Smooth Waters." The committee's resolution reaffirming loyalty to the president said that he "through his sympathetic idealism has steered the ship of state from troublesome into smooth waters," and rededicated the members "to a continuation of the struggle waged in behalf of human rights as against property rights since the time of Thomas Jefferson." It mentioned no names in its reference to "enemies within" but said that the committee as the authorized spokesman for the party in Io-.va: Gillette Is Favored. "Places itself on record as being unalterably opposed to divided allegiance and that we condemn in no uncertain terms the efforts of enemies within and borers without, who would minimize the effort and nullify the progress made during the past three years." The committee recommended that county conventions pass resolutions indorsing the renomination of President Roosevelt and Vice President Garner. While the state convention itself selects it's permanent chairman, the committee pointed out in a press release, members expressd sentiment in behalf of Representative Guy M. Gillette of Cherokee for that position. Temporary Officers Chosen. Temporary officers chosen for the convention included Dan McEniry, Des Moines, sergeant at arms; Representative Otha D. Wearin, Hastings, secretary; Mrs. George Tones, Des Moines, assistant secretary, and Ray Baxter, Burlington, reading clerk. TJie committee apportioned delegates to the state convention on the basis of one for each 250 votes cast for Governor Herring in 1934. The state convection will select the 22 delegates Iowa will send to the national convention at Philadelphia June 23. Listed by Counties. The apportionment by counties follows; First district: Cedar 14. Des Moines 30, Henry 14, Iowa 16, Jefferson 12, Johnson 28, Lee 3-1, Louisa 9, Muscatine 20, Van Buren 10, Washington 14. Second district; Clinton 41, Dubuque 61, Jackson 19, Jones 18. Linn 65, Scott 57. Third district: Ben ton 17, Black Hawk 44, Bremer 12, Butler 10, Franklin 10, Grundy 10, Hardin 13, Marshall 18, Tama 22, Wright 14. 26 for Cerro Gordo. Fourth district: Allamakee 15, Buchanan 17, Cerro Gordo 26, Chickasaw 14, Clayton 22, Delaware 15, Fayette 21, Floyd 12, Howard 13. Mitchell 11, Winneshiek 22, Worth 7. Fifth district: Appanoose 21, Clark 8, Davis 11, Decatur 13, Jasper 21, Keokuk 18, Lucas 11, Mahaska 17, Monroe 13, Poweshiek 35, Ringgold 7, Union 11, Wapello 30, Wayne 13. Sixth district: Dallas 39. Madi?on 21, Polk 112, Story 20. Warren 13. Seventh district: Adair 10, Adams 5, Audubon 9. Cass 16, Fremont 14. Guthrie 12, Harrison IS, Mills 11, Montgomery 10, Page ]2. Pottawattamie 45, Shelby 14, Taylor 9. Eighth district: Boone 15, Calhoun 14, Carroll 21. Crawford 18, Emmett 7, Greene 11, Hamilton 12, Hancock 11, Humboldt S, Kossuth 22, Palo Alto 12, Pocahontas 12, Webster 30, Winnebago 6. Ninth district: Buena Vista 14, Cherokee 13. Clay 11, Dickinson 8. Ida 9, Lyon 9, Monona 34, O'Brien 15, Osceola 6, Plymouth 19, Sac 13, Sioux 14, Woodbury 63. R.R.CoalatCorwith Confiscated by Mayor CORWITH--Two snow plows on the M. and St. L.. one with a crew of 50 men with shovels nnd the other with 12 men. met at Corwith Sunday and completed clearing thi tracks between Des Moines and Minneapolis. The first trains to run through Corwith in nine days came through Sunday night. On Monday the trains were again annulled when the drifting snow made new blockades. With the coal shortage becoming serious, and some fanners bum- ing corn, 20 tons of coal .belonging to the M. and St. L. · railroad were confiscated and rationed out by Mayor C. C. Johnson. The Corwith Consolidated schools remain closed, making the third week with no school and only four and one half days of school since Jan. 20. ill at LED YARD--Mrs. H. D. Maync has boon ''I w i t h pleurisy, Mr. and Mrs, Roscor Mayne have been ill with quinsy at their home. DRUG S T O R E Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received. Orders Amounting to $2.00 or Less, Add lOc For Postage. 13 North Federal Ave. Phone 909. 111 Half Pound H c r s h c y B A R S Almond, Not-So- Swect, Honey and Almond, and Pure Milk Chocolate. I3c each FREE GENEROUS CUT OF CHERRY PIE with every lunch or dinner served in FORD HOPKIN'S TEA ROOM on George Washington's birthday, February 2!nd. EVERYBODY WELCOME 25e Dr. LyonV Tooth Powder] 15c 25c EX-LAX L A X A T I V E 14c 35c GROVE'S B R O M O' QUININE 18c Right to Limit Q u a n t i f i e r , Extra Values for Friday and Saturday, No Sale* to Dealers. VITAMINS 50 HALIBUT L I V E R OIL CAPSULES 49c 75c Mead's COD LIVER O I L S9c 5 c. c. VIOSTEROL I N O I L 39c C A N D I E S Gigantic Purchase Sale of MEN'S and BOY'S HANDKERCHIEFS S o f t , while, cotton hindlterchieft, about 16 inchet iquare. Firmly woven - they wilt not shrink. 100 ASPIRIN TABS. 9c 35c Sloan's Liniment 24c 75c Qvaltine, 14 os. 49c $1 Germania Tea 59c 60c S C O T T ' S EMULSION 49c F u l l P i n t O I L 19c COUGHS COLDS 25c Lysol Antiseptic 19c SOc Ycastfoam Tabs. 29c 60c SYRUP OF FIGS 40c 4 oz. Camphorated Oil 23c -- "~ M' '·! 35c Supreme CHOCOLATE COVERED C H E R R I E S Rich and Luscioui! Full Pound 21c Johnston's CELEBRATION B O X A special selection of Johnston'* fineit candi*j. New Large «5c B A R B A S O L Shave Cream 16c Full Pound Hospital XOTTON, 29c M 20c C A t ASPIRIN 12c Full Pound Cleansing C R E A M 33c 35c H I L L ' S ^ Nose Drops] 24c SOc Woodbury's FACE P O W D E R 29c Full Pound SOc 35c TONSILINE 29c Full Pound Chemically Pure Va-iro-nollG I y ce r i n 24c JK 35c 60c DRENE Shampoo 43c SOc ARZEN DROPS 39c SOc DRAKE'S Glessco 39c 35c PISO'S SYRUP 29c 25c MISTOL DROPS 19c 35c S. B. Cough Syrup 27c 25c BI-SO-DOL 19c $1 MILE'S NERVINE 83c R A D I O S Corona Compact 9 9£5 · *9 Others 19.95-24.95 Fiord Hbpkins ' 25c JOCUR Wave Set 19c 75c MAYBELLINE 59c 25c LOVALON Rinse 19c COLOGNE, Full Pint 33c 60c FATHER JOHN'S 49c! $1 WAMPOLE'S Prep. 79c $1 ADLERIKA 89c $1 COCO COD 79c FOB THE SAFE TfiEATMfNTOF SMfiU LARGE tnt C H I C K E N DINNER Alladin's Lamp could not let before you * more Kingly Fcjjt. Complete! · dessert beverage - everything. 60c ROUGE INCARNAT 41 c CREMO CIGARS 3 f" lOe 25 f o r 6 9 c ' SO Books SAFETY M A T C H E S 1000 Matchts Sc ROI TAN CIGAR, 25'* 97c KING EDWARD 2 to. Sc Old North State, 16 01. 47c $1 Old London PIPE 49c MIDGET LIGHTER 9t NAPKIMS 16c Full Pint DENTORIS Antiseptic tic BE Tooth Paste 15c P i n t WHITE'S M I L K O F MAGNESIA 19c 40e metier $ C A S T O R I A

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