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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 20, 1936
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I EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 20 1936 HANCOCK COUNTY FARMER, SHOVELING SNOW, DROPS DEAD Carload of Coal on R. R. Seized by Ackley Mayor ACKLEY--A car of coal belong. Ing to the Illinois Central was confiscated by Mayor F. E. Trainer and distributed to the most needy Monday. Others who will need coal as time goes may be able to get it at their request. Dismissed at Fertile. FERTILE -- Fertile consolidated school closed for this week on account of impassable roads and shortage of fuel. All teacher? left for their homes. Only two (lays of school each week during the past three weeks have been held on ac- i count of storms and bad roads. Stacyyille Coal Is Sold in Lots of 500 Pounds STACTVTLLE -- Illnois Centra trains have not been to Stacyville for 13 days. The railroad tra.cks are snowed under six feet deep in spots Coal is being rationed out by 500 pound lots. OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO Luckies are less acid. One of the chief contributions of the Research Department in the development of A LIGHT SMOKE is the private Lucky Strike process, "IT'S TOASTED." This preheating process at higher temperatures consists of four main stages, which involve carefully con« trolled temperature gradations. Quantities of undesirable constituents are removed. In effect, then, this method of preheating at higher temperatures constitutes a completion or fulfillment of the curing and aging processes. Luckies are less acid Recent chemical tests, show* ! tbot other popular brands i have an excess of acidity * over Lucky Strike of from | 535 to 1005. Excess of Acidity of Other Popular Brandt Over LuckyStrike Cigarettes ; ; . ? . . * . - · * Lii C KY S T R I K E I B R A N D | B R A N D I B R A N D ·RESULTS VERIFIED BY W DEPENDENT CHEMICAL LABORATORIES AND RESEARCH GROUPS -"IT'S TOASTED" Your throat protection - against irritation -against cough HERE and THERE Miscellaneous items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. Son Weighs 11 Pounds. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Ingolf Lund are parents of an 11 pound boy born Tuesday. The three other children are girls. Lonerock Schools Closed. LONEROCK--The Lonerock public schools are closed for the week due to coal shortage. The faculty left ior their respective homes for the time. Suffers Gash in Head. LAKTOTA--Arliss Hectland, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland, while playing at school fell land cut quite a gash in her head which required several stitches to close. Hostesses to Auxiliary. CARPENTER -- The American Legion auxiliary was to meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Frank Culbertson. Hostesses are Mrs. M. R. Nicholson, Mrs. L. N. Priem and Mrs. Culbertson. Return From Minneapolis. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. G. A. Martin returned from Minneapolis after having attended the meeting of all Minnesota school boards. She also visited her daughter, Grace, in Mankato. Given Surprise Party. CRYSTAL LAKE--A surprise party was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Kirkpatrick in honor of the seventeenth birthday of their daughter, Pauline. School in Session. HANLONTOWN -- School reopened Monday following several days' vacation last week. There was no Sunday school nor service Sunday, due to bad roads and with the view of saving coal. Truck Eggs to Chicago. LONEROCK -- Arthur Pnebe, Ralph Riedle and Everett Householder trucked eggs to Chicago. Born at Iowa City. ROCK PALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Norval Eggboard are parents of a daughter born Monday at the Iowa City hospital at Iowa City. Taken to University Hospital. CORWITH--Mrs. B. F. Quaukon- bush was taken to the University hospital in Iowa City Sunday where she will receive treatment. Admitted to Hospital. GRAFTON--Mrs. Leo Kirchgatter was admitted to the Savre hos- rital Wednesday for an appendec- omy. Delegates Are Elected. PLYMOUTH -- The republican caucus held in the town, nail this week elected these delegates to the county convention: George Reynold,. '·L V: Wilkinson, W. J. Cahill and i. L. Dixson. · Kturn From Rochester. LAKOTA--Miss Emma Thaves -eturned home from Rochester, Minn., where she recently underwent an operation for goiter. Plan Annual Ball. STACYVILLE -- The American Legion will sponsor the annual ball Monday, Feb. 24 at the opera house. Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Mul- enbach, newlyweds, are unable to hold their promised wedding dance here due to the stormy weather. The dance has been scheduled several times and postponed. Road to Home Closed. DOWS--O. J. Iseminger is recuperating from an appendectomy in the home of Mrs. Mary Buckton. L. B Carter went to Hampton Saturday and brought back Mr. Isemin- *er this far but the road to his farm home, 3 miles south of town, is not open to travel. Must Kemain in Bed. LAKE MILLS--Logan Jenson who was injured while working with the snowplows, was taken to the Kingland hospital Saturday for x-ray. These x-rays revealed the pelvic nones had spread apart. He will have to remain in bed for a month or 6 weeks. Submits to Operation. CORWITH -- Elmer Applegate underwent a major operation Saturday at the University hospital in Iowa City. With no trains running through Corwith, Mr. Applegate made the first part of his journey to the hospital in a bread truck. After riding as far as Fort Dodge was able to complete the journey by rail. Return From Funeral. HANLONTOWN--Henry and Ed uesme returned Saturday from Mount Horeb, Wis., where on Wednesday they attended the funeral af their uncle, James Gesme. They left there by train Thursday and ft'ere marooned for 18 hours at Calmar, while men and snowplows opened a stretch of deeply snow covered roadbed. They reported more snow in the vicinity of Madison and Mount Horeb. Sveral Are III. FERTILE--G. I. Sag-en has been threatened with pneumonia but is now improving. Ole Erenden is not gaining. Bobby Humphrey is re- :overing from an attack of pneumonia but was recently taken to :he Mercy hospital at Mason City [or a major operation in draining one lung. Frances May Brenden is :coveriDg from an attack of pncu- lonia. Snowbound Several Days. HANLONTOWN -- John Colby and Fred Johnson arrived home Saturday night from Cedar Rapids where they were snowbound for several days. They had gone there with a load of peat and were advised by road overseers to return to the city when they made an attempt to'get home Friday. Mr. Johnson, however, made a side trip to Oakdale to see Mrs. Johnson, making the trip by trolley. Dr. Colby who makes daily trips to Lake Mills to his dental office has not been able to get hard coil for his burner so has remained here. Leaves for Little Rock. PROTIVIN--Ed C- Tuchek left for St. John's seminary at Little Rock, Ark. Called to Kansas City DOWS--Mrs. Alberta SpillnKin* left Sunday evening for Kansas City, Mo. She wa s called there by the illness of her sister, Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Wallbaum HI. RUDD--Mrs. George Wallbaum is ill. Mrs. Fred Osterhage is caring for her. Some Koads Impassable. McINTIRE--There have been no church services for the past three Sundays on account of weather conditions. Some roads are impassable, even for a team. Kicked by Horse. POPEJOY--L. E. Smith suffered injured ribs, the result of getting kicked by a horse in the barn at his home Sunday. Visits at Fort Dodge. RUDD--The Rev. E. F. Dohrmann has gone to Fort Dodge for a visit of a week or 10 days. Submits to Operation. McINTIRE--Mrs. William Sloan returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Josie Hall, near Bailey, Feb. 11, after an operation for double mastoid. Mrs. Sloan is an elderly lady and was carried from her burning home several weeks ago while ill, on a cot. The cot and the blankets -on it were the only things saved from the fire. Ill With Mumps. GENEVA -- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roegher and little son, Norman, are all ill with mumps at the farm home east of town. The little boy also has pneumonia. Returns From Rapids. PROTIVIN--Paul Landa returned home Saturday after an extended stay in Cedar Rapids. Ill at Pasadena. POPEJOY--Frank Holmes is confined to a hospital at Pasadena, Cal., and is in a serious condition. Mr. Holmes was in poor health previous to the departure of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes for the west, several months ago. Plan Iteturn to Germany. ACKLEY--Mr. and Mrs. "Gotlob Seibold, who came the first of the year for a visit in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Seibold, plan to leave this week [or Milwaukee, Wis., to visit friends enroute to New York where they will set sail, March 4, for their return home to Fellbaci, Germany. Born at Ackley. ACKLEY--A boy was born Feb. 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beving at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fritz. A girl was born Feb. 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jacobs, Chicago. Mr. Jacobs is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Jacobs of Ackley, who are grandparents for the first time. A boy was born Feb. 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Newton D. Straley, Iowa Falls. Mrs. Straley was formerly Dena Clausing. HAUGENIS HEART DISEASE VICTIM Succumbs at Farm 14 Miles Northeast of Garner in Ellington. GARNER--Thomas Haugen, 61, Hancock county farmer, dropped dead of a heart attack while shoveling snow Wednesday. He succumbed at his farm 14 miles northeast of Garner in Ellington township at 10 o'clock in the morning. A physician could not get to the farm but Kenneth F. Boughton of Eritt, county coroner, reached there at 6 o'clock in the evening. He said no inquest would be held. The body was taken to Forest City. Surviving are his wife and several grown children. Know Your State A Fact a Day About lowayl Annual per inmate costs at the state penitentiary at Fort Madison decreased 542.95 to $260.64 during the fiscal year ending July 1, 1935. Iowa Falls Is Still Needing Coal; End of Shortage Thought Near IOWA FALLS -- Three cars of coal arrived here Monday and the limit allowed purchasers was raised from 125 pounds each to 1,000 pounds. This only lasted for a short time during the forenoon, when the allowance was cut to 500 pounds. Two cars consigned to Iowa Falls dealers are part of a North Western train which has been stalled in a snow drift between Iowa Falls and Eldora more than a week. Dealers have several cars in transit between this city and Waterloo on the Illinois Central and between here and Des Moines on the Rock Island. Unless train service is hampered by further snowfalls Or drifting snow, it is thought plenty of ccal will arrive on incoming- trains Thursday and Friday. All school house heating plant boilers and water pipes have been drained and no fire is kept in the buildings. One hundred and seventy five WPA workers have been put to work clearing country roads leading into town, which has enabled several hundred farmers to visit town today for much needed supplies. Win S. U. I. "Sing Fest." IOWA CITY, (St--Sigma Chi fraternity and Delta Gamma sorority won the men's and women's division of the University of Iowa's annual "sing fest 1 ' in competition with more than 25 other organizations. If you want a safe job, try politics. That's one thing the Japs can't make cheaper.--Cedar Rapids Ga- zete. 2 Things to Do TO EASE COLD INSTANTLY Discomfort and Aches Go Almost Instantly This Way I Take 2 BAYER ASPIRIN Tablet! and drink a full Rlass of water. Re- B peat treatment in 2 hours. 2, If throat is sore, crash and stir .1 BAYER ASPIRIN Tablets in H glass of water. Garde twice- This cases throat rawness and soreness instantly. HTHE pictured directions above ·*· show perhaps the quickest, simplest and most modern method yet discovered to combat cold and sore throat. Your own doctor will approve this way. Millions of people have discarded "cold killers" and patent nostrums for this modern way. It relieves the average cold almost as fast as you caught it. Note that all you do is this. Two Bayer Aspirin tablets with a full glass of water. ·Three Bayer Aspirin tablets, crushed and dissolved in J^ glass of water as a gargle. Gargle with this mixture twice, holding your head well back to permit this medicated gargle to reach the irritated membranes of the throat. The Bayer Aspirin you take internally acts to fight a cold almost instantly. AND --eases the aches and pains that accompany most colds. The gargle acts instantly like a local anesthetic to soothe Why BAYER Aspirin Works So Fast Drop a Bayrr Aspirin tablet into a glass of watrr. By the time it hits the bottom of the cla.'s' it 13 disintcgrating- In 2 Seconds By Stop Watch A Genuine Bayer Aspirin tablet starts to disintegrate and go to work. What happens in these glasses happens in your stomach -- Genuine BAYER Aspirin tablets start "taking hold" of pain a lew minutes after taking. pains in the throat and to ease throat irritation. Try this way. You will be amazed at how quickly you can ease a cold. Be sure, though, to get Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN tablets. They dissolve almost instantly in the stomach. Hence start working almost instantly. And also, dissolve thoroughly enough in water for use as a gargle. Old Resident Dies Mrs. R. B. Fowler, 95, oldest resident in Hampton, died Monday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Morris, in Hampton. Her husband was a Civil war veteran. Gearhart Is S. U. I. All-Senior President IOWA CITY, (.P)--Robert Gearhart of Hopkinton was elected all- senior president by presidents of the various University of Iowa senior groups. John Hawkinson of Davenport was elected all-senior vice president and Dorothy Graves of Ocheyedan, secretary-treasurer. So you think modern women the first to boss their husbands? Boy, page Grandma.--Davenport Times. AGED MAN, HURT IN FALL, DIES Graves, 85, Kensett, Lived on Same Farm for More Than 60 Years. KENSETT--Jerome Graves, 82, died at his home four miles south- cast of Kensett Monday noon. Although not in the best of health the past year, a fall from the hayloft about two weeks ago was thought to have hastened his death. He lived on this same farm more than 60 years. Mr. Graves was not married and for the past year a brother, Lucus and wife, have been caring for him. Funera! services have not been arranged owing to the bad roads but will be held in Kensett and burial will be here beside his mother. One brother and several nieces and nephews survive. Union Service Planned. GARNER--There will be union services in the high school auditorium Sunday morning, the Rev. T. Ernest Hoon announced. There have been no services in the Methodist church because there is only enough coal loft to heat it once. No services have been held in the United Presbyterian church for the past two Sundays, to conserve fuel. Arrive From Washington. DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hemenway and children arrived Sunday from Bellingharo. Wash., and are visiting in the parental C. E. Hemingway home. GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN Welcome!.Major Bowes'Amateurs WE NOW FEATURE the Complete Selection of SIMPLICITY 15e. 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