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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, February 14, 1931
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Denison, above, Marion, 111., must stand trial on a charge of .violating (the liquor law, the bist- rfct of Columbia court of appeals , has ruled. .In January, 1929, prohibition agents declare they found a. trunk containing ' lipuor when they visited Denison's offlco. The congressman maintains the trunk was sent him by mistake by an express company. Portland Farm Bureau Hears Talk by Behne PORTLAND, Feb. 14.--The Portland township Farm Bureau held the regular monthly meeting at the hall Thursday night when F. R. Behne of Floyd county gave a discussion of the taxation problem. The attendance was good. 'In addition to this a literary program was given and was followed by a pie auction, Ernie Fontaine and John Heinselman acting as auctioneers. As a result of the sale the township fund was reimbursed to about 516. A movement was started to raise a fund from this county for the drought sufferers and a committee was appointed to have this matter in charge: Clint Bitterman, C. W. Files and Ben Emmert. Taken to Rochester. OSAGE--Myron. Olson, who suffered a broken shoultier in an auto collision Feb. 5, was taken to Rochester Thursday for examination. .,Bureau Meeting Held. PLYMOUTH--At the meeting of the Farm Bureau of District No. 2, Falls township, 20 women studied the lesson on standards of home cooked foods and table service at the home of Mrs. Edward Chehocks. SUNDAY DINNER Southern Fried Spring Chicken or Roast Pork, all Cft the trimmings DUC Barbecue Saturday and Sunday 408 Seconcl Northwest OUR CHILD'S needs attention. Children's . Miia "countcr-mtanl." Mtiflterole, . applied every hour for 5 noum, «Hauld bring complete comfort. Kidneys Disordered? Act Promptly When Warned By Kidney Irregularities. When bladder irritations, getting up at ni^ht and constant backache keep you miserable, don't take chancesl Help your kidn'eys at the first sign of disorder. Use Doan's Pills. Successful for more than 50 years. Endorsed by hundreds of thousands of grateful users. Sold by dealers everywhere. Doan's 1 A PMRETIC FOR THEKIDNEYS Early Action Predicted on Income Tax Proposals by Minnesota Committee ST. PAUL, Feb. 14. OB--Early action on income tax proposals by the Minnesota house committee on taxes is predicted by Otto C. Neuman of Wheaton, chairman, who announced that the group will receive a report on the subject now being prepared by a-sub-committee at a meeting next Tuesday. Representative Harry L. Wahlstrand of Willmar Is chairman of the sub-committee which is concentrating its efforts in drawing up a bill so as to make definite assurances that if an income tax is levied it will serve to replace taxes now regarded as especially heavy. Schools Compete in Declam at Kanawha KANAWHA, Feb. 14.--The sub- county declamatory contest was held in the high school assembly. Those who placed were: Oratorical, first, Paul Higdon, Britt; second! Ilo Hattersohied, Corwith; dramatic, first, Helen Munson, Kanawha; second, Ripple Tyrrell, Britt; humorous, first, John Thorbury, Crystal Lake; second, Virginia Missman, Britt. These winners will speak ~ht the county contest at Garner next Wednesday night. Judges here were Miss McChord, principal of the Clarion high school, and Superintendent and Mrs. Eaton of Clarion. Creighton President, 111 Two Years, Dies OMAHA, Feb. 14.--The Rev. William H. Agnew, S. J., president of Creighton university, died Friday in St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn., of cancer after an illness of two years. President Agnew was born in 1881 near Westphalia, -Kans. He joined the Jesuit order in 1900, later graduating from St. Louis university, where he received the degrees of bachelor of arts, master of arts, and master of science. He was ordained a priest in 1915, and subsequently bqcame editor of "Queen's Work." national Catholic monthly magazine. Father Agnew's greatest achievements at Creighton have been the erection of the new $400,000 faculty and administration building; the erection of a modern central heat- plant for the university; the affiliation of St. Catherine's nurses training school and the College of St. Mary as parts of the university, and enlargements and improvements in all of its other departments. Blacksmiths of 3 Towns Gather at Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE, Feb. 14.--A blacksmith meeting was held at Crystal Lake Thursday night at the home of M. Iverson, local black-' smith. Men from Garner and Clear Lake attended. airs. Tuhbs Hostess. OSAGE--The Baptist Ladies' Guild met Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. E. Tubbs. Mrs. John D. Kern reviewed the current number of Missions magazine. Is on Duty Again. ALGONA--Pauline Myers, Western Union operator, is again at her duties after being at Dyersvllle where she was called two weeks ago by the illness and death of her father, Mrs. Brown Hostess. FLOYD--Mrs. Ray Brown was hostess to the Helper's Union. Plan Drama Art Conference. IOWA CITY, Feb. 14.--The University of Iowa will be host to the national conference on dramatic art in schools and little theaters next fall instead of Feb. 19, 20 and 21, Prof. Edward C. Mabie, head of the department of speech, has announced. Will Go to Press Conference. CEDAR FALLS, Feb.' 14.-Leora Boetger of Davenport, senior student at the Iowa state teachera college, will attend the seventh annual convention of the Columbia Press association to be held at Columbia university, New York City, March 12 to 14. Vigilantes Hold Meeting. HANLONTOWN, Feb. 14.--The vigilantes committess from here went to Northwood Thursday evening and met with the members of the Worth county vigilantes. Manager to Leave Algona. ALGONA, Feb. 14.--C. ,E. Bin kert who for the past year has been assistant manager at the Graham store will go to Forest City where a new Graham store is being opened. He will be in charge, Iowa Falls Library Popular. IOWA FALLS, Feb. 14.--Despite such opposition as the auto, the movies, the dance and other mode.? of recreation, the public library here indicates that the reading habit ia still strong x in this vicinity. A report just issued for January shows that the local library loaned 8,002 books during the month. Going--Tickets will be honored on all trains February 20 and 21, «^d for trains of February 22, leaving not later than J 0:00 a. m. Retm-nlng-- Tickets will be limited for return to February 24th, 1931. tichets Good tn Coaches Only Mnaon Clfy Ticket Office, Phone 82 IV. P. Cody. Divfafon Pannenfter Afient 9tu £c. anI S. I'unnj'lvanlu Ave. Wio;lo 314 Qfe MILWAUKEE ROAD Losec Kites Are Held. MARBLE ROCK, Feb. 14.--The funeral of John Losee was held in the Christian church here Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. Wright and Mr. and Mrs. L. Oden of Nort.hwood and Jesse and George Waddell of Charles City were present. Declam to Bo Held. SWEA CITY, Feb. U.--The home declamatory contest of the Swea City high school will take place in the high school audi.tsiurn Tuesday night. "PUT ON SPOT" IN SALOON A general roundup of all known gangsters is in progress in St. Louis, following the assassination oE Mrs. Beatrice Norris layman, 30, a widow, lower right; Miss Dorqtliy Walker, S7, alias Ruth Evans, lower left, ami William Gocbhels, 28, in the saloon above. While the hnrkee'ier anil others scattered, two swarthy men sauntered into the ante-room, Mazert away at the trio ami escaped. Police lielievc Goebbels might have been killed because he had been boasting that he would "Ret,his brother, Dewey's, murderers" and the women either wore shot when he used them a,i a shield or to silence them. Dewey Goebbels is thot by police to have been shot when'he and another gangster left their mob, The Cuckoos, to go with the Shelton gang. HUBBY'S BOSS! Here's one .woman ivho is beyond u. doubt, her husband's boss! She , Is Mrs. Olive E. Prank, Pittsburgh, who does an annual $500,000 business in heating and ventilating systems. Her husband sold his business to work for her: As well as being president of her company, Sirs. Frank also is an inventor. Send Aid to Sufferers. GLENVILLE,. Mirn., Feb. 14.--A carload, of foodstuff was shipped here for the sufferers in the south. Plymouth Fire Is Put Out. PLYMOUTH, Feb. 14.--Firs was discovered about 2 o'clock Thursday morning in the front of the Plymouth Produce company, operated by H. G. Leach. The fire started in an empty egg case which was burned besides the curtains. Attend Welfare Conference. CEDAR FALLS, Feb. 14.--The sions of President Hoover's white house conference on child welfare will be attended by two University of Iowa medical college professors, Drs. Everett D. Plass and Norman F. Miller. SLEW HUSBAND? Sirs. Elizabeth Tierney, a frail woman five feet tall, who, according to police, confessed to strangling her husband, Thomas, in th'eir home at Brooklyn, N. Y., with his own belt atter ho came home intoxicated and beat her. May Have Branch School. CEDAR FALLS, Feb. 14.--If the necessary funds are voted by the general assembly a branch school of the Iowa State Teachers college will be located at Red Oak for the summer of 1931, it was announced here today by the exten'sion division. Conard Will Be Speaker. CEDAR FALLS, Feb. 14.--Drl Henry S. Conard, professor of botany at Grinnell college, will be the guest speaker here Monday at the regular meeting of the Iowa State Teachers college chapter of the American association of university professors. Dealers in Graded Eggs Increase. AMES, Feb. 14.--An Increase of nearly 400 per cent during the past four years in the number of dealers in Iowa buying eggs on a graded basis is reported by W. D. Termoh- len, extension specialist in poultry and egg marketing at Iowa State college. The discriminating investor buys Local First Mortgages that are carefully selected and serviced by this institution. They recognize in them the idea! combination of profitable interest with the principal always strongly safeguarded. Mason City Loan Investment Co, \V. J* PATTON, President GROUND FLOOR M. R. A. BUILDING IT DOESN'T LIKE WRINKLES \ D OROTHY GRAY Muscle Oil jnst hates the little lines that appear around a lady's eyes and mouth. And so it smooths them out! You can get a bottle of this helpful preparation at our Toilet Goods Department. $1.00 and $1.75. The Merkel Co. Home Repairs Will Save Men National unemployment is nothing more than local unemploy-" ment situations added together. We need not look beyond the borders of our own city tc find a way to help. This is not a time to soft-pedal conditions, lien right in our tommumty are desperately in need of jobs. They don't want charity. They want work. And work is waiting right in our own homes. You can create profitable jobs for these men and make a good investment for yourself by remodeling and repairing your property nght now.. Build an extra room in your attic or basement. Enclose open porches for all year comfort. Line your garage for car protection. The sum total of these small .jobs will go a long way toward solving the local unemployment situation. Building material and labor prices are low. Your dollar buys more than it ever did before. It will be returned to you with big interest in an enhanced value of Call us today for complete details of this plan. Moore Moore, Inc. 620 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 119 SELLING OUT */ 2 Entire Stock Opened With a Bang! Hundreds of Customers Thronged Our Store Men's Wool Suits TO $40.00 VALUES They are very choice selections and right up to the minute. While they last. LET'S GO! and uj» Men's Overcoats All Wool TO $35.00 VALUES AH new style and real warm classy coat at a real snap. 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