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February 12, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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12 lowan With Hiccoughs for 12 Days Improves CLINTON, Feb. 11. OTV-After hiccoughing 12 days without stopping-, R. E. Watts, 77, resident of Miles, today began to show slight signs of improvement in a hospital here, where he was brot several days ago. Mrs. Smith, Humboldl, Dies While in CorwJth CORWITH, Feb. 12.--Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Humboldt, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Rine, here. The body was taken to Humboldt Tuesday where the funeral services were held. Prohibition is' 11 years old--sti living on the bottle--and no teet yet.--Tampa Tribune. . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THE U N D Y I N G LINCOLN SORE TH ROATS ser/ot/snowt A sore spot no larger than a quarter can spread to the whole throat overnight. Gargle the very moment you feel the least soreness. Physicians recommend Bayer Aspirin for this, purpose. It allays all inflammation immediately. It reduces the infection. Just crush" three tablets in % tumblerful of water, and gargle well. It's a wise plan to take Bayer Aspirin after exposure to Lad weather or whenever a cold threatens. If you ever have neuralgia, neuritis, or rheumatism, you should never he without this quick antidote for all such aches and pains. Genuine Bayer Aspirin is harmless. See that tablets bear the name, thus: BAYER ^B ASPIRIN · FIRST IN FASHION AS WELL .' F5 IN QUAMVY AND VALUE ORE UALITY --the keynote of our New SPRING STYLES We've been selling' men's clothing for a good many years, and we have seen a lot, but never have we seen such marvelous qualities as we are showing- in our new Spring Styles at 522.50. We never dreamed that we would see the day when we could offer such wonderful fabrics or such remarkably fine tailoring and trimming- as we are showing- this season at our low price. We have taken advantage of market conditions this year to bring our already' fine clothes to the highest quality standard of fine clothes making; and that includes the important unseen parts as well as the parts you can see, feel and compare. ALL NO MORE OR NO LESS 9 fAST STATE...30 STEPS FROM FEDERAL . _ · . , . "J II- !·. TENNEY, Plymouth. 2? y ^ ars march °n and on, always great, but looming greater Stands this favorite native son, Lincoln, the Emancipator. Time brings into view new facts which touch up and light the story And add grandeur to_ his acts, and enhance his crown of glory. Lincoln faced the darkest hour in the history of our nation- Civil war began, to lower, and it meant disintegration Unless wisest statesmanship should the weighty problems master- Lincoln held things with strong grip, and averted grim disaster.. His calm trust and sure repose when conspiracies were brewing- His outwitting of his foes, those who plotted his undoing, His fairness and charity, mercy to his southern brother Prove convincingly that he mu st had guidance from Another. Friends who knew and loved him best, tell of nights of prayer and sorrow, When grave situations pressed, or impended on the morrow We recall vows that he made while waged Gettysburg's fierce battle lhat if God would send us aid, he would free all human chattel. Peace at last, and everywhere many were their gladness voicing; Then that' magic, foul affair hushed the peans and rejoicing' For the nation's chief lay low, millions at his bier were weeping;' Spite of dread assassin's blow, Lincoln's work goes onward sweeping. Where in annals can we trace story that is quite so thrilling Of one. who from humblest place, rose till highest station filling. Overcoming handicaps, winning by supreme endeavor, Many have been helped perhaps by his struggles to yield never. Who so fully is enshrined in his country's warm affection, He is loved by all mankind, and belongs to every section. Lincoln seems so near to us, one in sympathy and feeling; Without show, parade or fuss, just the common trait's revealing. FEBRUARY 12 1931 CHARLES CITY NEWS Charles City Scouts Will Take Charge of Government in Cit CHARLES NCITY, . Feb. 12.-Charles City Boy Scouts will cele brate the twenty-first anniversary of scouting by taking actual chargi of the city government next Satur day. The city council approved thi plan outlined by the Boy Scon council of which Dr. J. E. Miner is chairman. A1J scouts and leaders will meet in the city hall Thursday evening at 7:15 o'clock when the scouts will elect their mayor* six councilman and city clerk. The eight elected officers will appoint a city engineer, clerk, chief of police and "ire chief. The boys will report at he city offices Saturday morning nd spend the entire day in corn- any of officials. Caving Contract From Floyd County Line Let CHARLES CITY", Feb. 12.--The aving contract has been let by the tate highway commission to pave rom the Floyd county line to F treet and the city council is to let remainder of the project and trengthen St. Mary's street bridge rith financial aid from the highway ommission. The routing of U. S. lighway No. 18 will be on Fourth .venue to Grand avenue and across St. Mary's bridge. Charles City Debaters to Clash With Novthwood CHARLES CITY, Feb. 12.--The second round of the debating series will be held next Monday afternoon when the local team goes to Northwood. The winners will go «to the district contest. Stanley Alfred and Everett Rejrel will debate James Curtis and Merlin Haley this afternoon in the assembly to determine who the best debaters are in the local group. K. of, P. Bannuct Plarnifid. CHARLES .CITY. Feb. 12.--The -'xty-seventh annual banauet of the 1 Knights of Pythias' will be held in the Ellis auditorium Thursday ev- 5nin?, Feb. 19. A program of toasts, music and dancing has been arranged for the entertainment. Will Give Assistance. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 12.--A representative of the internal revenue department will he in the I city hall March 12 and 13 and J again March 16 when he will give 1 aid to those making out income tax reports. He will be at the Osagc courthouse March 14. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Feb. 12.--Mrs H. C. Hansen and a committee oi women sorted and packed eighl boxes of clothing at the Social Service league rooms yesterday to senc to the national Red Cross. This was the result of a drive thru the clubs ind schools. A portion was kept for local use. Mrs. Harry Fisher's sister, Mrs, William Kellogg of Indianapolis, Ind., who came to attend the funeral of Mr. Fisher, will remain with her sister for a time. Sam Melcher, retired rural mail carrier, has, been appointed justice of the peace to succeed A. T. Weatherwax, who resigned. The Rev. G.'A. Hess will officiate at the funeral services for Neal Kepple in Waterloo today. Mr. Kepple was the youngest son of Albert Kepple who lived here at one time. , Mrs. Andrew Carney is in the Cedar Valley hospital where she had an operation. Her home is in Marble Rock. The Floyd county rural school itudy center will be conducted in the high school Saturday. H. J. Huber is in Des Moines attending a hardware dealers' convention. Four Sisters Have Birthdays. LUZERNE, Feb. 12. .T--Four daughters of Mrs. F. Dvorak today \vJll observe their birthdnj's together at her home. The eldest, Mrs. Frances Prchal of Luzcm'e, will be 27, Mrs. Blanche Lagos of Blairstown will be 21, Mary Dvorak It) end Lillian Dvorak JO. Charles City Council Sells $20,000 Bonds to Maspn City Bank CHARLES CITY, Feb. 12.--The city council sold 520,000 worth of funding bonds' to the First National bank of Mason City at a premium of $72 and interest rate of 414 per cent. They will .mature serially until 1940. There were five oral bidders and two sealed bids. The council ordered the public property committee to purchase shrubbery and landscape the ground around the sewer disposal plant. Vote Electric Firm Franchise. ANITA, Feb. 12. (IP)--Citizens here voted yesterday 236 to 141 to grant the Iowa Electric company a natural g-as franchise. MANY DAMAGE ACTIONS FILED $15,000 Suit Is Filed by Nessa in Court at Iowa Falls. IOWA FALLS, Feb. 12.--The Feb ruary term of the district court convened Mqnday with a docket' in which automobile accident \and divorce cases seem to predominate Several new cases under above classes were'added just before the date for filing: closed. Among these is one against the Wood Auto company of Union and Lyman Sheets an employe. The action is for $15,00( and is brot by T. B, Nessa for alleged damages. Hildegarde Stielow asks $2,180 damages for injuries received when a. Ford coupe in which the plaintiff was riding with Carl Guenther upset. The car was owned by Arthur Nehring who is made the defendant in the action Warren B. Starr is "asking ?4,000 damages of the Repass Auto company of Waterloo, and Harry Ulrich an employe, due to an accident while the plaintiff was delivering mail in Jackson township. Plaintiff's wife, Claja Starr, is asking ?4,000 which involves the same collision The Wood Auto company faces two other actions for damages, one by Mrs. Nina Nessa for 515,000 and a minor, child Milo Nessa, who asks for ?5,000. Seal Sales in Hancock Large; Health Program Thruout Year Plannec GARNER, Feb. 12.--Receipts for sale of Christmas seals in Hancock county amounted to $1,160.80. Campaign expenses were $217. Sale of pins in the schools amounted to $19.97, 35 per cent of the total fund The board of- supervisors is co-operating with the Red Cross to carry on a permanent health program thruout the county, hiring a nurse for the year v Cnmo to Iowa in 1884. DES MOINES, Feb. 12. )--Fu- lieral services were set today for Mrs. Mary Emma Kelly, 65, who came to Iowa from Indiana in ISS4 EN IN G STARTING AT 7 O'CLOCK THURSDAY AFTERNOON February 12 Confectionery and Luncheonette 133 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. FAVORS For The Ladies j? or Tho Men Each a candy jar full of ln6 1V1Gn Bunte stuffed candy. A good fresh Cigar You are most cordially invited to attend this informal opening. We believe "you will thoroughly enjoy it. Meet your friends here and see the new Rendezvous together. A SPECIAL OFFER Thursday evening, Friday and Saturday . . . all Valentine Candies . . . in beautiful heart-shape boxes . . . at very special prices. Price them. See what wonderful values. Remember your mother, sister, sweetheart, wife, friend. WHAT YOU'LL FIND HERE An extra large line of Home-Made Candies, delightful Soda Fountain, service, magazines, newspapers, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco, fresh fruit of all kinds. LUNCHES SANDWICHES SALADS HOME-MADE PASTRY COLD DRINKS IN BOTTLES Special Plate Lunch Daily 11 a. m. to 2 p. m, BALCONY FOR PARTIES Hold your party here . . . attractive balcony that will accomodate most parties. If you are going to entertain, consult us. No cover charge. · ATTRACTIVE BOOTHS FOR ALL MJDEZVOUS Confectionery and luncheonette 123 NORTH KKDKRAJ, AVK. MISS GREECE fea fresa Ptiota The largo eyes of Cryssoula Kodi were probably too much for beauty judges in national contest in Greece. She was named Mias Greece for 1931. ME AGHER FINED ON DRY CHARGE Crystal Lake Man Arraigned at Britt for Liquor Possession. BRITT,. Feb. 12.--Ed Meachet of Crystal Lake was arrested at Crystal Lake by Sheriff E. P. Hansen, for possession of improperly labeled "Intoxicating liquor and trieo in Justice of the Peace H. H. Mullin's court. He was fined $100 and costs. He did not have the money so was in jail until Wednesday when he raised the money. Dunn, Mason City, Speaks at Clarion Elevator Company CLARION, Feb. 112.--The Farmers Elevator company held the annual meeting of the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon; 953 were at the dinner! Harding Thomas, presiding, introduced E. G. Dunn of Mason City, director of the Grain Dealers' association of Iowa. He urged the farmers and residents of the community to work together for their community. Officers for , the year are: Harry Sumners, president; Jake Buck, vice president; Burt Lewellyn, secretary; John Doctor, treasurer; directors: Cronel- ious Thompson, Ralph Smith, Harry Sumners, Tom Shillington, E. W.. Schroeder, Burt Lewellyn, Jake Buck, John Doctor and Harding Thomas. Art Shillington will continue as manager of the elevator company. -. J -JOE Goss IS NOW SELLING Furniture Stoves From His New Store nt 207 Sixth Street S. W. Fine stock of New and Used Furniture, Cook, Heater and Gas Stoves. No Kent to Pay So All Prices Extremely Low, Mr. Goss trades and buys use*} furniture. Phone 1307 or 942 eas m Fash ions and Silks for Spring Gay plaids, tiny flowers scattered over a dark ground, trim geometric patterns and plain colors that suggest new and fascinating fashions for the spring wardrobe--all are now on display at the most interesting low prices ever known. Silk Prints, Yd. $1.95 40 inch, ail silk, washable flat crepe In plaids, dots and colorful prints. Belding's Crepes, Yd. $1.49 " AH silk washable flat crepes in street and evening shades. 39 inches wide. Flat Crepe, Yd. $1.19 40 inch all silk washable crepe for dresses, blouses and lingerie. Many lovely shades. Skinners Crepes, Yd. $1.95 40 inch pure dye washable flat crepe in plain colors and Skinner's georgette and chiffon. Selebrite Crepe, Yd. 89c /A fine quality, non-shrinkable rayon flat crepe in colors that are fast. 39 inch. Taf anese, Yd. $1 40 inch rayon taffeta in all wanted colors for slips. * Craftsman Crepe, Yd. 98c * A rayon fiaf crepe printed in new spring patterns on black, navy, green and tan grounds. 40 inch and washable. Clipper Crepe, Yd. $1.29 A soft, lustrous rayon flat crepe that looks like silk. It will not fade, stretch nor shrink. In a large assortment of new spring colors and patterns. 39 inch. Sports Crepe, Yd. 79c- A new rayon and cotton sports crepe in pastel backgrounds of blue, green, pink, maize and eggshell with single and multi-colored effects. They are very effectively used for women's and children's sports costumes. Fast colors and 36 inches wide. Plain colors to match at 69c per yard. Printed Crepe, Yd. $1.49 40 inch rayon flat crepo printed in small and large designs on black, blue, copen and green grounds. 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