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January 21, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 21 HI 1937 RADIO SPECIALS! 5-TUBE AC SUPERHET All Popular Wave Bands. Model 320-16 -- Regular $32.75 SPECIAL $21.85 5-Tube AC-DC Model No. 3215---Tunes Standard Broadcast and Police Calls. Regular $15.75. Special .95 6-Tube AC-DC Superhet $19.95 Model 6149--Regular $27.75. Special Can Pay as Little as $1.00 a Week 13 Plate 1T13 9 Months 13 Plate 131 12 Months cxchgr. 15 Plate 151 . 18 Months 17 PJate Ford Special 12 Months 17 Plated Ford 18 Months Crest Flex-Lined Radiator Cover Can Fit All Cars. Regular $1.95 While They Last, 95c Motor Master Spark Plugs Will Make Your Car Start Easier Regular 49c, Special, 3 for $1.00 Made By One of the Largest Manufacturers of Heaters For Small Cars, Regular $9.95. . . .$5.95 For Medium Cars, Reguldr $12.95, $7.95 For Large Cars, Regular $15.95. . .$9.95 Fans as low as Felt Back Floor Mats. Hold-tite Sponge Rubber, 10 feet. . . Frost Shields up Plain "Rubber Floor Mats. . Alcohol (in your own container) gal. Ordinary Chains Pyrene Bar-Reinforced Chains ^ e . Heavy Duty Chains Chains Cross Links, All Sizes a'nd Parts U.S. TIRE SPECIALS au.vnn TYPE 4.50x21 ,.,.,...;... S5.65 4.75x19 ..:...,...... $5.95 5.00x19 56.40 5.00x20 $6.60 5.25x18 $7.10 5.50x17 $7.80 5.50x18 .... $8.05 5.50x19 $8.15 SUPER SERVICE STATION Corner Washington and First Street S. W. PHONE 688 f' . f r THREE A Mother at 14of 8 Pound Son FIREMEN CALLED TOSTATEHOUSE Examine Wall and Decide Discarded Cigarel to Blame for Smoke. DES MOINES, (.-?)-- Holmefccl, )'ooled firemen dashed through he Iowa house chamber in iho state capitol building just before .lie house convened Thursday afternoon. Janitors had called the fire de- partmenl. because a wall nn the itatehouse third floor, in the Si-avcs registration office, was smoking at one point. Two trucks responded to the Firemen examined the wall, decided the smoke came from a discarded cigaret and remained on hand to watch developments. They had to climb the long stairway behind the house chamber to reach the graves registration office. What did the firemen say? That's right. "We thought it must be a Hot argument." At 14, Mrs. Grace Frazelle of Moline, 11]., is the mother of an eiffht pound, five ounce son. Mrs. Frazcllc, the son ami her 19 year old husband, Russell Frazelle, a worker in a Moline farm implement factory, are shown above. FARM BUREAU'S SIZE INCREASES President Reports Paid Up Membership in Iowa of 46,532. DES MOINES, (£·) -- Francis Johnson, president, reported to the Iowa Farm Bureau convention here Thursday, the 193G paid up membership of 4G.532 was a gain of 28 per cent over 1935 and two and one-half times greater than in 1933. V. B. Hamilton, slate secretary, cited the organization of "minute men 1 ' ns one of the outstanding Favm Bureau developments during last year. These volunteers, he said, keep the farmers in their communities posted on happenings and proposals which might affect the farmer. Other gains made during the year, Hamilton said, included: Development of a co-operative poultry marketing association by the Farm Bureau. Establishment of a state Farm Bureau paper, published this week for the first time.' Assistance in setting up a cooperative commission firm on the Omaha livestock market. Members of the Winneshiek county men's quartet which won first in the statewide musical con- *Rst were E. H. Ellickson, Arthur Lomen, Willard Linnevold and Willard Torgrim, all of Decorah. Members of the Muscatine county women's quartet which won first were Mrs. Robert Brown of Conesville, Mrs. Frank Sauer of Muscatine, Mrs. Newton Lang of Moscow and Mrs. Perry Davis of Muscatine. Hardin county singers who won first in the mixed quartet competition were F. M. Crosley of Hubbard, Mrs. Clarence Croot of Towa Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell of New Providence. Wegener, Defeated, Named Head of Board EMMETSBURG, (IP)--Though defeated for re-election, John Wcgcner was re-elected chairman of the Palo Alto county board of supervisors, since his term extends to Jan. 1, 1938. Wegener, a republican, was defeated by Emil Huskamp, a democrat. Buffalo Center Declam Winners Are Announced BUFFALO CENTER--In the home declamatory contest Tuesday evening*the following winners were announced: Oratorical, Everett Thompson, first; Mildred Daum, second; dramatic, Dorothy Ostrander, first, Eunice Nerdig, second; humorous, Edith Eieben, f i v s t ; Luella Larson, second. Judges were: Misses Lorene Mathwig, Mabel McMahon and Dorothy Dixon of the Thompson faculty. Mrs. Karst Kurt. STACYVILLE--Mrs. Gertrude Karsl, north of Stacyville, suffered a broken ankle Tuesday night when she fell on an icy sidewalk at hei home. Flush Poisons Prom Kidneys and Stop Getting- Up Nights Be Healthier, Happier-Live Longer When you can get for 35 cents a supremely efficient and harmless stimulant and diuretic that will flush from your kidneys the waste matter, poisons and acid that are now doing you harm, why continue to break your restful sleep by getting up thru thu night. Just ask your druggist for GoW Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules--but he sure and get GOLD MEDAL-l i g h t from Haarlem in Holland. Other symptoms of weak kidneys and irritated bladder arc backache, puffy eyes, leg cramps, moist palms, burning ov scanty passage. Second Pneumonia Attack Is Fatal to Walker, 18, Algona A L G O N A--Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the farm home of Albert Walker, west of town and from the Methodist church with the Rev. J. H. Edge officiating for Albert Walker, 18, who died at his home Monday from pneumonia and complications. Burial will be made in the River-view cemetery. He never gained his strength back having first contracted the disease about a year ago. He was born and reared in this vicinily and attended the rural schools. He is survived- hy his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker and eight brothers and sisters, Mrs. Edna Broesder, Mrs. Luella Me- Arthur, north of town and Leona, Melvin, Lester, Helen, Marie, and Bernicc, alt at home. Give Order to Boost Stock Unit Rule for Feed Loans in Iowa WASHINGTON, (/F) ~ Orders went out to the regional resettlement director at Indianapolis, Ind. Thursday to boost the stock unil rule for feed loans in Iowa from seven to 12 animal units. Milo Perkins, resettlement assistant in charge, ordered the increase at the request of members of Iowa's congressional delegation who said the seven animal unit rule was far too low for farms in that area. The lowans had suggested the limit be removed entirely. Senator Guy Gillette, in announcing the now order, said it "wasn't as much of an improvement as we had hoped for, but will be a great help." Continuation of the lower u n i t rule, they said, would result in depletion of foundation dairy stock and work a general hardship on Iowa farmers needing feed to carry their animals through the winter months. The change will become effective immediately, Gillette said. Gillespie Named BanU Head. ALGONA--Lawrence Gillespie was re-elected president of the Algona Military band, Helmut!] Huenhold, secretary and treasurer and Leonard Schmidt of Bode as manager. Theo Herbst was renamed director and Dr. George D. Walrath, a former resident of Banoroft, was made a new member, making a total membership of 25 members. At the Hospitals Mrs. C. J. Kirby, B-12 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Joe O'Hara, Rockwell, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Miss Oma Fay Myers, Dougherty, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. Mrs. Odeon Comstock, 501 Massachusetts avenue northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following a ma- 1 jor operation. Mrs. Carl Olson, 1427 Jefferson avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. A son weighing 3 pounds 12 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haasc, 704 South Federal avenue, at the Park hospital Wednesday. Mat Miller, Rockwell, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. Ray Tuthill, 143 Eleventh street southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Mrs. Delbcrt Brown and infant daughter, Corwith, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Willard Durant, Norn Springs, was admitted to th« Mercy hospilal Wednesday for a major operation. A daughter weighing B pounds 9 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dahl, Hanlonlown, at the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Americanism: Patiently enduring rats till they drive us wild; enthusiastically burning the house :o get rid of them.--Diibuniie Telegraph-Herald. Democrats Approve Plan for Full Time Funds Raising Group WASHINGTON, (/Pj--The'dem- ocratic national committee approved unanimously Thursday a plan for a "full time, working, funds raising organization," to rid the party of the big deficits of recent years. Submitted by W. Forbes Morgan, treasurer, the plan will provide for paid money collectors in each of the states, responsible to national headquarters. All contributions would be centralized and funds sent from here back to the stales tor local campaigns. Chairman James A. Farley will appoint a committee to work out details with Morgan. The treasurer estimated $J,000,000 could be raised this year, 52,0(10,000 in 19:i8, 52,500,000 in 193D, and 55,000,000 for the 1940 presidential contest. lie reported a deficit of almost 5300,000 on the last campaign, despite total receipts and borrowings of $3,857,000. Coughlin Mourns at Death of His Bishop B E T R O I T, /!)--Laity and clergy--Father Charles E. Congh- l i n prominent among them -mourned Thursday (lie death of the Most Rev. Michael J. Gal- lather, bishop of the Catholic diocese of Detroit. Lost to Father Coughlin, himself more familiar to the public than his church superior, was a coun- sellor and outspoken defender of his right to free speed). Bishop Gallagher. 70, diocesan head since 1918, died suddenly Wednesday night from complications following a streptococcus infection. Find Stolen Instruments. DUBUQUE, (tP)--Three musical instruments valued at 5400, stolen from the city high school auditorium, v/ere found on the steps of a church'here. The instruments were not damaged. A center of culture is a city containing the presses that print (lie best sellers written bv hicks. --Diitmnuc Telegraph Herald. medicated with throat soothing ingredients of Vicks VapoRub. Standard Oil Raises Tank Wagon Price CHICAGO, (A')--Standard Oil Company of Indiana will advance its tank wagon price on kerosene three-tenths of a cent per gallon in 10 stales including Iowa and South Dakota. It was announced here. Tf the dead can't come back, suicide is a total loss. You never know whether you made them sorry.--Davenport Times. NEW DIRECTORY IS GOING TO PRESS . . . If you wanl a tele phono in- elallod . . . you aro moving or w a n t a c h a n g o i n y o u r lieting, p l e a s e notify o u r b u s i n e s s o f f i c e now. Full Pint ERICKSEN'S 35c SMITH BROS. Cough Syrup with purchase of Tk" Diametei Made of sheer Transparent-As-Ice P L I O F I L M Hcavy-wciglit amncr-colorctl };lass with rolled easy-grip edge that prevents chipping. 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