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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 20, 1937
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1 8 GROUPS WILL MEET AT AMES Extensive Plans Made in . Connection With Farm and Home Week. AMES -- Eighteen organizations and groups will hold meetings at dowa State college in connection with the annual Farm and Home week program, Feb. 8 to 13. Meetings scheduled are: .- Feb. 8. Iowa Rural Religious A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger S i n a l TM h 0 » * r H V w many m e c t n e a you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial Irritation, you can |^ r eUef now with Creomulslon. Serious trouble may be brewing and y°. ' cannot afford to take a chance S any'Wne less than Creomul- Eton, which goes right to the scat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened and expelled. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged your druggist is authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money if you are not satisfied with results from the -very first bottle. oet Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) Work council, Iowa Corn and bmall Grain Growers' association; Feb. 9, Farm Business association, Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. Home Project and 4-H leaders, Iowa Agricultural Experiment association, Iowa Spotted Poland breeders,; Feb. 10, Iowa Horse and Mule Breeders association. Feb. 11, Iowa Ayrshire Breeders association, Iowa Beef Producers' association, Iowa Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders' association, Iowa Jersey Cattle club, Iowa Holstein Breeders' association, Iowa Jersey Cattle club, Iowa b r a n c h Milking Shorthorn society, Iowa State Dairy association; Feb. 12, Parent Education council meeting; Feb. 13, Rural Young People's organization. Study Plan for Law to Halt Donations of Unions in Campaigns WASHINGTON, (/[)--The sen- ale committee investigating, campaign spending disclosed Tuesday it was considering recommendations for a law to halt political contributions by labor unions. Such legislation would cut off a major stream of campaign revenue, since the United Mine Workers alone spent more than $300,000 in the last election. The American labor party of New York was financed largely from union funds MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 20 B 1937 French, 84, Ackley, Dies Following Flu; Rites to Be Friday ACKLEY -- George. A French, 84, who had been in poor health for a year, succumbed late Tuesday to an attack of influenza. Born in Manchester, Vt., he came to Faulkner in 1881 and for 20 years lived in Ackley. Surviving are his wife and three children, Charles of Chadroh, Nebr., Walter of Denver and Mrs. A. J. Meyei- pf Glendale, Cal. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon in charge of the Rev. A. E. Coe of the Methodist church. 7 Former Presidents of Northwest Lumber Association Honored MINNEAPOLIS, Iff)--S o v e n former presidents o f ' the Northwestern Lumberman's association were honored by more than 2,000 members at the association's forty- seventh annual convention. They were: A. A. Moore, Marshalltown, Iowa; Otto Bauer, Mandon, N. Dak.; Harry T. Alsop, Fargo, N. Dak.; Frank J. Ward, Clinton, Iowa; Charles Ross, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; W. S. Richardson, Clnr- inda, Iowa; and H. H. AVeslev- man, Montgomery, Minn and by HART SCHAFFNER MARX and STYLEMOR These prices represent reductions from fall 1936 prices--which were the lowest you'll probably see for a long time. And maybe much lower, Until Nov. 1st, men's clothing prices had risen but very little. Big changes have been in the making since then. Take advantage of these reductions we are making to clear our stocks for spring. Get to Know FIFTEEN 'Soldiers of Fortune" Return Back in New York after flying for Ihc Spanish government in the current civil war, Bert Acosta, left, and Gordon Berry, veteran U. S. airmen and "soldiers of fortune," reveal that they did not receive pay for their work. Both expressed willingness In give a full report of their actions fo the anxious American Riivcrnincnf, which is seeking to prevent Americans from joining cither faction in Spain. State Board Reduces Woodward's Valuation DES MO1NES, (XT)--After several hearings, the Iowa board of assessment and review reduced the valuation of factory and personal property of John G. Woodward and company of Council Bluffs. The 1935 factory assessment valuation was reduced frum 580,000 to $45,000, and the personal property valuation from 325,000 to $18,000. BILE- Wilhoul Cafnmtt--And You'll Jump Oul of Bed in the Morning Raiin' lo Go i- T M Sf" "konld Tionr out two connrtu of Muni bile mto your bowels daily. If tliia hilt iinotflowmsfniely. your foodiiocsn'liliccsl It jmt decays in tlic bowcla. Gas bloits ,,p your stomach. You K et constipated 1'out whole system !i poisoned and you feel lour sunk And the world looks punk, _ Lixtlives are only mnksshifl*. A Inert Bowol movement doesn't Kcl at the cause tt Ukea those Rood, old Curler's Little Liier Pills to cot these two pounds of Inle flowino freely otirl make you feel "lip and up". Harmless, eendc, yet ntnuziiiK In making hile flow freely. Ask for Carter'* Little l.ivcr Pills hi name. Stubbornly refuse anythinir else. 2op. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lieut. 'Gov. John K. Valentine milled the senate into session promptly at 2 p. m., Tuesday after its 4'/z day recess--which startled newsmen and the senate's elder itatesmcn, accustomed to tardy ;cssion beginnings for years. '. "Yes sir," said Valentine later, 'the senate's going to start work on time this session--whenever," e added with a chuckle, "I'm on me. If I'm not, then it's up to Frank Bycrs (republican senate tern)." THE BOY « « · I I 1 E« VVuf I Joel . . . had a look of wist fulness that fan magazines later called handsome . . and an immense pride tha almost wrecked his marriage BY MARIE BLIZARD Begins Friday, Jan. 22 in Globe-Gazette Legislative Highlights Six Osage Chamber of Commerce Board Members Are Named OSAGE--At the annual meet- Ing of (he Osage Chamber of Commerce at the Methodist church Monday evening six new members were elected to the board of 12 members for a period o£ two years: H. C. Hill, Gerhart Goplerud, Carl Conway, G. II. Sawyer, G. O. Lashbrook, George Cummings; the six remaining board members are: E. J. Gilles, Martin Fabricius, W. E. McCoy, H. A. Hankenson, Arnold Bartsch and S. Earl Penney. The board will meet sometime soon and choose a president, vice president and secretary and hire a treasurer. Statehouse Cafeteria May Be Provided for Session of Assembly UES MOINES, (/P)--The slate executive council Tuesday instructed its secretary, floss Ewing, to confer with committees ot the legislature on providing a cafeteria at the statehouse during the assembly session. Gov. Nelson G. -Kraschel, alter the council meeting, said the group was "anxious to see that a cafeteria is installed if slate sani- tary laws can be complied with." At its session, the council reappointed Ewing to his post as secretary and named Lawrence Oliver, Des Moines Negro, stalchouse postmaster. Elizabeth Houston Dies. CLARKSVILLE--The body of Miss Elizabeth Houston, RO, who died at an aged people's home at Eugene, Ore., was brought here and funeral services were held at the Hammel funeral home, conducted by the Rev. R. B. Fisher. Sawyer Is III. OSAGE--George II. Sawyer, superintendent o£ schools here, is confined to his home wilh the (lu. A BRAND-NEW CONTEST RECIPES WANTED Q U I C K $25.00 in Cosh Prises 1st Prize $10,00, 2nd S3.00, 3rd $3.00 . and 7 other prizes of $1.00 each Each week we are offering to homemakers $25.00 in cash prizes. Please send us your "Lucky Low-cost Recipes." Each recipe must call for the use of flour. Contest closes Saturday night. Winners will be announced the next Friday in this paper. Send redpe on plain piece of paper. Any homcmaker may enter the cnntest. You may win n cash prize. You nrc .sure to receive at the end of the contest a brnnd-ncw book with the "Hundred Low-cost Recipes" which we will select from all of the recipes. Send Your Itcclpc in Towii Crier P. O. Box 271, Mason City, low Flour TOWN C R I E R FLOUR The Guaranteed Flour Ask Your Grocer Senator E. L. Mason (D) of Brooklyn laid the ground work for a fight with his bilfto wipe out stale aid for Iowa Farm Bureaus. It's not a new bill, having been defeated in two previous legislatures. But it started senators and representatives and members of the third house (lobbyists) figuring on its chances. Several thought it had a good chance Tor passage. Said one veteran observer: "The group opposed lo Farm Bureau aid is in the saddle in the house. And there are republicans who think the bureau supported Roosevelt in the last election. It might not take much of a switch lo put the bill over." Representatives C. E. Looking- hill (R) of Nevada and Harry E. Morrow (R) of Hopkinlon, minister house members selected to direct the spiritual welfare of the house, called on members to inform them when they wanted their "local pastors" to offer prayer for the house. "We want to bring ministers here from all over (he slate," said Lookingbill. Ministers get $5 a prayer. Paul Engle, Iowa Poet, Speaks at Des Moines DES MOINES, (/P)--Paul En R lc of Cedar Rapid;;, internationally known young pool, will spealc he- fore Die Des Moines Woman's ckib Wednesday. Engle is n former honor student at Coe college, holder of an advanced degree from Ihe University of Iowa, Rhodes scholar at Oxford university, England. Davenport Water Co. Seeks New Franchise DAVENPORT, 7/P) -- The city council will consider the application of llifi Davenport water company for the renewal of a 15 yoar franchise, Wednesday night. The water company has offered a 12',i per cent rate reduction and an option to the city to purchase its plant for $2,900,000. Soviet to Issue Gr.iwaphv MOSCOW, (UP)--The Academy of Sciences of the U. S. S. R. is preparing a Inrgo publication-"The Gcosrnphy of t h n U . S. S. R." which will be issued in 3fi volume." c o n f a i n i n g 25,000 pnfies. Tt. will provide readers wilh the Intnst and most comprehensive information on t h e n a t u r a l conditions of the country. Several Talks Given. O S A G E--The Sliakcsncarcnn club hotel its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Clarence Chalice. Ro'l call was responded to with "Better Socech." Five minute talks were given by the following women. Mrs. A. Swansnn snoke on "Rrulio City;" Mrs. L. T. Ruehl on "Electric Control of Traffic:" Mrs. Grace Thomason on "Harlem, a City Within a Citv:" Mrs. Hugh Nichols on "The Theater:" Mrs. Maurice Champion on "Maccys." Mrs. Ben Donsker was ill and unable to be on the program. Visit V.'ifli Sister SIUTFrEr.n-r.-pd Ki-pimrr of Minneapolis and Henry Kreimer, TalmsrlRc, Nebr.. came Monday for a visit at Ihn home of Ihcir sister, Mrs. Fred Gcrdcs. Sr. F E C I Mr Raizes has just returned from New York ami other eastern markets, where hn which ? " ?!'- rchasc . rt IarEC 1«a"li»cs of merchandise w a y below, market, at umisua'lh^lo'w'^ri'^ ' Our slnre is P acl(ci ll lllc ceiling with merchandise Below we are listing only a few of the hundreds of Bargains offered in our various departments. Men's Heavy Work »w «*«ft A A so M? uea Double pockets . . large ^ j cut. Big- selection of col-Tf ors for this special occasion--2 FOR Men's All.Wool 75c grade. Beautiful as-« sortment of colors--On sale--2 FOR '^MmBanaMBi Men's Wool and Rayon Mixed The kind you pay ]5c ( for--On sale--10 PAIR 1 FOR Slightly Trrcffiilar SNOW SUITS All HEAVY WOOL CAPS to Match, formerly t£$ QC $5.00. Close Out Price ^ IX. S,. OVER ,Jf I liavc obtained a larce selection of overcoats in broken lots, h u t , in all sizes. This 1 lot of coats was closed out to us at Jess tlicy cosl. j .^Wc arc now offering (hem at S : the ridiculous loiv price of only !/ Iluy Ynur dial Now for ISVxl Vcar , . . Save Ahoul. 50%. Men's Heavyweight WORK RUBBERS Heavy Hod Soles. .Sizes fl to 12 (h-j only--Pair . . . tp 1 Men's Genuine Horsoliiilr, Leather MITTENS ,V (!!(-. Valnr. 2 rairs . . . . . . $1 MEN'S TIES A b e a u t i f u l a s s o r t - mc-nl. A V n I I worth SOc each. D o l l a r Days Only--3 for $1 T U R K I S H TOWEL Grade, i n f o r . . . $1 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Brand New Patterns--.Just arrived. Itcfjular G9c Grade. Special for grj ·« Dollar Days Only--2 f o r IP J. Regular $l.Z!i Crude. Most licaiilifiil patterns you ever sa\v. These ^r» -· Three Days O n l y Jp JL .I MEN'S DRESS HATS This lot if hats consists of broken lots . f r o m mir r n f f u l a r Fall Hats which Nk formerly sold as lu'Rli as S2.50. Now T closing out af the ridiculous p r i n n nf a«t«SIf5S I*ai U f » @ $ S @ $ J We hnvn purchased the. entire stuck the m a o u i a c f u r c r s had l e f t over from t h e i r f.ill .k business, anil while, they arc broken lots you w i l l f i n d a very nice a s s o r t m e n t rvf T colors and styles in srr.cs from M to 20. Values to S3.50, f o r ' D o l l a r Days only COME EAFU.Y--TIIF.Y WON'T LAST LONG AT THIS P R I C E HOSIERY FUM, FASmo.VKD CHIFFON HOSE-- I R e f f l l l a r f i f l c -- | 2 PAIR FOR ... DRESSES Made nf Fast Color Prints--for xvonum and irirls. Values to i 98c--2 FOR Quilt Remnants Fas I Color Prints. 2 If). Pkff. 2f)c 4 2 Ib. Pkg-s By All Means Visit Our Store for Large Savings D E P A R T M E N T S T O R E Open 7:30 A. M. to 6:30 T'. M.--Open S a t u r d a y Till l()::j( 215 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 434

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