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

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 3, 1936
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 3 1936 NORTH IOWA PLANS PRIMARY ROAD BOND REFUNDING SALES LOWER INTEREST RATES SOUGHT Highway Commission States Total Listed for Iowa Is $21,148,000. AMES, C«P--The Iowa highway commission will start holding refunding sales of primary road refunding bonds March 9 and will continue them during the month. The sales will involve a total of 521,148,000 in bonds and are designed to obtain lower interest rates. The county, amount of issue and day of sale is shown in the following- table for north Iowa. Amount of Issue 5396,000 131,000 8,000 180,000 493,000 360,000 9,000 126,000 383,000 243,000 959,000 270,000 207,000 County Allamakee Bremer Chickasaw Clay Clayton, "Emmet Fayette Ployd Franklin Hancock Hardin "Winnebago Winneshiek March 25 26 24 29 25 20 26 23 23 18 13 19 24 Got Wedding License Before Asking Girl; Sanity Is Questioned . NEW HAMPTON--The sanity hearing for Francis Mark Malzahn, 40, Fredericksburg farmer, was continued Monday until Tuesday afternoon in order to hear more testimony. The petition asking for a hearing was filed here Monday by Chris Mazer, neighbor of Malzahn, after Malzahn had applied for a marriage license to wed a girl, who said she had never gone with him. Malzahn and Carl Gitch, Fredericksburg filling station owner, last Thursday obtained a marriage license from the Chickasaw county clerk's office. The license was signed by Gitch. It was for Francis Mark Malzahn, legal, and Christina C Mazer. The to-be bridegroom purchased a new suit and two wedding rings from Nem Hampton merchants. The Mazer family did not know anything about it until the father was going to the creamery Saturday when neighbors "ribbed" him about getting a rich son-in- law. R, I, BRANCH IS FINALLY OPENED First Trains Since Blockade Month Ago Are Sent From Garner to Titonka. HAYFIELD--This branch of the Rock Island was finally opened up Monday after four weeks without a regular train. The last train in, February 3, left a car of coal and the train Monday also left one car of coal. Stalling of 2 snowplows and derailment of cars were involved in the last effort to dear this road from Garner to Titonka. Here's Very Fast Way to "Alkalize" Acid-Indigestion Away Amazingly Fast Relief Now from "Acid Indigestion" Overindulgence, Nausea, and Upsets I F you want really quick relief .from an upset or painful stomach condition--arising from acidity following over-eating, smoking, mixtures of foods or stimulants -- just try this: Take--2 teaspoonfuls of Phillips' Milk of Magnesia in a full glass of water. OR -- 2 Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tablets, the exact equivalent of the liquid form. This acts almost immediately to alkalize the excess acid in the stomach. Neutralizes the acids that cause headaches, nausea, and indigestion pains. You {ed results at once. Try it. AND -- if you are a frequent sufferer from "acid stomach," use Phillips' Milk of Magnesia SO minutes after meals. You'll forget you have a stomach! When you buy, see that any box or accept is clearly marked "Genuine Phillips' Milk of Magnesia." SIGHS WHICH OFTEN INDICATE "ACID STOMACH" P*IK AFTER E1TING SLEEPLESSNESS FEELING OF WEAKNESS IHDICESTIDN KtUSEA ' MOUTH ACUITY LOSS OF APPETITE SOUR STOMACH FHE8UENT HEADACHES P H I I L I P S ' M I L K O F M' A G N E S I A STYLE SHOW Wednesday and Thursday At 12 Noon and 2:30 P. M., Each Day Living Models will Display the New Knit Styles in our Yarn De- parfmenf, First Floor. We have sketched here two garments that are indicative of t o e exquisite styling in the new Bear' Brand collection of hand knits for spring. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. ARM OF BOY IS CUT OFF BY SAW Moving Is Delayed. LBLAND -- Few farmers have been able to move yet owing to road and weather conditions. Roy Howard and family moved Tuesday from he Moen acreage north of town to he Mrs. Mabel Madsen home west if Forest City. Will Sing Tuesday. GARNER--Miss Jule Osterlend, seventh grade teacher, will sing 'The Sunshine of Your Smile," accompanied by Mrs. Margaret Rommel, at the Woman's club Tuesday night. Mrs. Mae Strate will review ·Forty Days of Musa Dagh," by Frans Werfel. Two in Store 111. RICEVILLE--John Servoss was confined to his home with mumps. Robert Noble is taking care of him and looking after the store. Mrs. vuzell Loper is also helping in the store in place of her husband, who 3 the regular helper. He also is ill. Honored at Shower. JOICE -- A miscellaneous shower was held at the C. H. Bang home Saturday for Mrs. Amos Bang, local :eacher, who is a bride of three weeks. A host of friends were present from Joice and the local community. W. F. M. S. Plans Program. LIME SPRINGS--The W. F. M. S. of the M. E. church will hold a founder's day program and guest day in the church parlors Wednesday. A program of music and plays las been arranged and a pot luck supper will be served. Born at Gait. GALT--A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ahrens Saturday evening and twin daughters were jorn to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moellering on Feb. 15. A daughter was wrn at the Stanton Schroder home. Submits to Operation. LAKE MILLS---Dorothy Thompson, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Srant Thompson was operated on Saturday at the Kingland hospital for acute appendicitis. She became ill while out coasting Saturday. William Wiese HI. LAKOTA--William Wiese, 96, who recently celebrated his seventy- first wedding aniversary, has been quite ill the past week. Submits to Operation. PROTIVIN--Walter Hruska, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hruska, underwent an operation at Cresco hospital over the week-end. Visitor From Seattle. GRAFTON--Mrs. G: L. Larson of Seattle, Wash., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. C. Schultz. She left Sunday to visit her brother in Lyle. Planned By Band Mothers. NORA SPRINGS -- The Band Mothers' program will be given Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium. Visitors From Oregon. GALT--Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wilcox of Grar.tslane, Ore., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Nick Poncin. Given Farewell Party. CRYSTAL LAKE -- A farewell party was heid Sunday afternoon for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gildner. who will move to a farm near Forest City soon. Gerhart Johnson and family of Britt will move to the farm they are leasing. Recovering From Stroke. WESLEY--J. F. Cruise, farmer north of town, was critically ill at his home last week. E. N, Loebig farmer east of town, who suffered a stroke of apoplexy Christmas eve, is improving and is now able to be up and' be about the house. Preaches Farewell Sermon. NOlFJA SPRINGS--The Rev. and Mrs. Morris Bailey and daughter Dorothy, left Monday for Jamaica near Des Moines. Mr. Bailey has been pastor of the Church of Christ for about two years and preached his farewell sermon Sunday. TO MILLIONS WHO SHOULDJSE BRAN Tests Show ALL-BEAN Corrects Constipation* Gently and Naturally Since its introduction, some fifteen years ago, Kellogg's ALL-BRAN has been used with beneficial results by millions of people. Realizing the important relationship between proper diet and health, the Kellogg Company has aided for some years research in leading university laboratories. These tests show that the continued use of bran is thoroughly satisfactory. ALL-BRAN supplies soft "hulk" which absorbs water, and gently cleanses the intestinal tract. ALL- BEAN also furnishes vitamin B and iron. Use as a cereal with milk or cream, or cook in delicious recipes. This tempting cereal may be enjoyed by every normal person. Two tablespoonfuls of Kellogg's ALL- BEAN daily are usually sufficient. Consult your doctor if you do not gain relief this way. Help yourfamily keep well. Serve Kellogg's ALL-BRAN regularly for regularity. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. j 'Constipation due to insufficient- Birthday Is Celebrated. CRYSTAL LAKE--Emil Damn celebrated his birthday Saturday the 'irst time in four years. A number of friends were invited to be present :or the occasion. Daughter Is Born. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mathews, who live seven miles west of town, are the parents of a pound daughter born Sunday morning:. Was in DCS Moines. WESLEY--Edward Monson, ex- service man, spent Sunday and Monday in Des Moines, going through .he clinic at the Veterans' hospital. Keturns From Iowa City. CARPENTER--Joe Kline re- .urned from Iowa City where he had een with Vernon Anderson who is recovering from an appendectomy. Injured in Fall. GRAFTON--Alfred' Walk fell on the ice and broke his ankle Saturday night. Study Club Meets. PROTIVIN--The Study club met with Marcella Kalishek. Two groups met together and read and discussed .he book, "Good and Myself." The next meeting will be held with Wilma Kalishek. Hears Kagawa Speak. NORA SPRINGS -- The Rev. eorge D. Gaide went to Mount Vernon Friday to hear Kagawa speak at Cornell colblege also to visit his daughter Miss Elsie who is a student there. Returns From Hospital. MITCHELL--Mrs. Tom Synsby, who has spent several weeks in St. Mray's hospital at Rochester, Minn., where she submitted to a major operation was able to return to her iiome, west of town Saturday. Returns From Rochester. GRAFTON--Harold Tabbert, who took his father, Henry Tabbert to Rochester Sunday for medical care, returned Sunday evening. Ill With Scarlet Fever. LAKOTA---Mrs. Peter Bruer was ill for several days with scarlet fever. The home is quarantined. Miss Helen Meyer is caring for her. Guests From Preston. CARPENTER -- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thomson and children, Preston, Minn., spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Culbertson. They also visited relatives at' Northwood. Miss Luella Thomson, sister of Mr. Thomson, accompanied them. Visitor From Independence. LIME SPRINGS--Dr. Louis Bastian of Independence is visiting his mother, Mrs. Carrie Bastion, who will return with him to make her nome in Independence. Are Parents ojf Son. RIDGEWAY--Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bakken of Madison township are parents of a boy born Feb. 26. Will Be Guests. NORA SPRINGS--The Progressive class of the Methodist Sunday school will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clarence Stoner. Mrs. George D. Gaide will give .a book review. The Open Door Sunday school class will he guests at this meeting. Born at Hospital. PLYMOUTH -- A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ramsey Monday at a hospital in Mason City. Mrs. Ramsey was formerly Ruth Lantz. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Erwii Sutton are parents of a son born at a hospital in Mason City Monday morning. Return From Wisconsin. RUDD--Mrs. Ed Witzel returned Sunday morning from Madison Wis., where she has been at th( Stanley Witzel home for eign weeks. Mrs. Stanley Witzel's cas' was removed'Tuesday morning, bu she will have to wear a brace fo six months because of a spinal in jury. Taken to Hospital. DOWS--Thomas Jetmund, young est son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Jet mund, was taken Sunday evening ti the Hamilton . county hospital a Webster City and immediately oper ' ated on for appendicitis. Given Farewell Party. HUTCHINS--A group of neighbors of the Elmer Dargs got up a surprise party as a farewell to them Sunday. "Mrs. Waters 111. ORCHARD--Mrs. Carrol Waters was taken ill Monday morning and Mr. Waters was called home from Parkersburg where he is employed on the section there. Saturday Sessions Held. RUDD--So much time was lost because of inclement weather and snow blocked roads that school was in session Saturday and probably will be other Saturdays. The rural carriers are having great difficulty in reaching their patrons. They have several helpers and it is necessary to do much walking. Will Live in Earlham. DOWS--Mrs. J. H. Colles, Alvin and Betty left Sunday evening for Earlham," where they will make theif home. Keturns From Chicago. HUTCHINS--Bud Missel re- i turned from a visit with his sister and father in Chicago Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Missel of Garner I brought him to Hutchins. Returns From Des Moines. HURT--R. S. John returned Saturday from a business trip to Des Moines. His aunt, Rose John, Maxwell, returned with him for a visit at the home of her brother, J. J. John. Given Farewell Party. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Near Alden Thought to Have Fallen Into Machine Teeth. IOWA FALLS-- Darrell Oler, 15, on of Mr. anr Mrs. J. L. Oler, lost his left arm at the shoulder in a wood saw accident at the Oler home wo miles north of Alden Monday. SVrking alone he is thought to have lipped and fallen into the power z saw. The boy was brought to Ellsworth municipal hospital here 'or treatment. His condition is considered serious. RITES IN WESLEY FOR WINGERT, 80 7 ather of 13 and 1 Adopted Child Was Pioneer of North Iowa. WESLEY--Funeral services for Michael Wingert, 80, who died Sunday morning following a long illness, were held Tuesday morning at St. Joseph's Catholic church. The Rev. A. J. Wagener was in charge of the requiem mass. Michael Wingert was born in Freeport, HI., July 23, 1S55, and came to Iowa at the age of 15, set- ·Hng near Ackley. He was married to Rose Zumack Feb. 7, 1882. They made their home at Ackley for two years, coming to Wesley in 1884, and occupied a farm three miles south of town until 1910 when they retired and moved to their home in Wesley. Thirteen children were born to this union, four dying in infancy. Besides rearing this large family. Mr. and Mrs. Wingert found time :o adopt and rear another child, eorge Prema, who also makes his home near Wesley. Besides his wife he is survived by the following children: Mrs. Anna Franzen, Jump River, Wis.; Lawrence F. of Wesley; Julius of Little Cedar; Sister Mary Marciana of Dubuque,; Andrew of McAllen, Texas; Louis of Wesley; Mrs. Caroline Studer of Wesley; Sister Mary Rosalina of Dubuque, and Raymond of Manotowac, Wis. He also leaves 29 grandchildren and six great- grandchildren, two brothers. Lawrence and Joseph of Iowa Falls, anc a sister, Sister Mary Remigia of Keota.. Farmers, Townsmen at Belmond Open Up Two County Roads to Travel BELMOND--At a meeting of the officers of the Belmond Chamber o: Commerce and several interacted businessmen, Saturday night, a decision was made to take measures in opening of two county roads leading from Belmond to farming communi ties east and west of town. Sunday 60 farmers and 25 townsmen aidec by two tractors and a wedge snow plow succeeded in opening the road east. Monday a similar crew work ed all day and night in opening Ui west road. These roads have been closed with drifts for the past six weeks with drifts ranging from three to 15'feet in depth. The pre vious method of transportation which the farmers had used was on foot, going through fields to bring what produce they could carry tr market. In many instances farmer would carry their cans of cream t the farmer who was nearest situat ed where the local creamery truck could pick it up. Many times farm wives have been forced to do thei own churning as even the truck could not get beyond the city Hm its. Mrs. VlcCauley to Be Head of Soldiers' Orphans Home at Davenport DES MOINES, W)--Harry C. iVhite, state board of control mem- er, said Monday Syl McCauley, Du- buque playgrounds director, would be named superintendent of the Iowa soldiers' orphans' home at Davenport. He will replace H. A. Mitchell, whose appointment as superintendent expires. McCauley, a graduate of Columbia university, New York City, taught in the Dubuque public schools four years before becoming playground- director. He recently passed the Iowa bar examination. Visits in Michigan. WESLEY--Charles Kerrins has gone to Sandusky, Mich., where ha is visiting a sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles Clendenen and husband. Mrs. Holtzbauer Rites Held in Belmond Church B E L M O N D -- F u n e r a l services were held in St. Francis church here Monday morning for Mrs. M. A. Holtzbauer who died at her home Saturday morning. Burial was in St. Francis cemetery. Mrs. Holtzbauer was a life time resident of this community, and though she had been an invalid for many years she leaves a host of friends in whom she found great comfort By visiting with them at her bedside. Beside her husband she leaves two daughters, Cecelia and Jane, and two sons, John and Marshall, who are at home. Funeral services for Alvin Trager, who died on a farm near Williams a week ago this Monday, were held at the Fulton funeral home Sunday afternoon wilh burial in the cemetery at Alexander. The funeral of Mr. Trager could not be held sooner on account of the snow blocked roads. Mrs. Chester Hall of Lime Springs Is Dead LIME SPRINGS--Mrs. Chester Hall, a young matron of Lime Springs passed away at a hospital in Iowa City early Sunday. Home Flans Anniversary. .,,,,,,,,,,,,-- ..... CEDAR FALLS, (UP)--Plans William" Fecser were surprised at are being made for the silver anni- their home Saturday evening by their neighbors at a farewell party. They will leave the farm and move to town into part of the B. Sykes house. versary of the Western Old People's home here, an evangelistical institution. Assets of the home have increased $300,000 in the past 15 years, it was reported. OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO--"IT'S TOASTED Luckies are less acid Excess of Acidity of Other Popular Brands Over lucky Strike Cigarettes BALANCE 1 L U C KY I B R A N L B R A N ST R 1 K E D B D C PiiiW®*5*l _ ^^^·^fc^^^^^^pisw R A N D - D STANDARDIZED UNIFORMITY The simple mechanical details of cigarette manufacture are of surprising importance. Upon them depend the physical properties of the cigarette, such as weight, size, firmness, moisture-holding properties, uniformity of fill--uniformity of product--all of which have a far-reaching effect on the character of its combustion and the. constituents of its smoke. In the manufacture of Lucky Strike Cigarettes all of these properties have been standardized with care for the perfection of A LIGHT SMOKE. LUCKIES ARE LESS ACID! Recent chemical tests show* that other popular brands have an excess of acid- , ity over lucky Strike of from 53% to 1002. ·RESULTS VERIFIED BY INDEPENDENT CHEMICAV LABORATORIES AND RESEARCH GROUPS "IT'S TOASTED"--Your throat protection ---against irritation -- against cough . 1?.^. The Anrriran Tnh«r

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