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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1931
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FEBRUARY 19 1931 Two Plays Are Presented by Cresco Parish School CRESCO, Feb. 19.--The Assumption parish school of Cresco present-ed two one act plays at the McCarthy hall Tuesday evening- under direction of the Rev. P. L. ti'Con- nell/assistant pastor of the parish. The cast in the two plays included Raphael Ahern, Dorothy Owens Ralph Fitzgerald, Jerome Lusson John Perringr, Bernard Schneider, Bob McNally, Marjorie Ferrie Margy Wray and Margaret Zander. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE JOE Goss IS NOW SELLING Furniture From His New Store at 207 Sixth Street S. W. Fine stoek of New and Used Furniture, Cook, Heater and Gas Stoves. No Retl to Pay So AH Prices Extremely tow. Mr. Goss trades and buys used furniture, Phone 1307 or 942 CHARLES CITY NE Charles City 0. E. S. to Hold Instruction School on March 2 CHARLES CITY, Feb. 19. The Eastern Stati will have a school of instruction in the Masonic Temple Monday evening, March 2, when Mrs. Pearl Fluegel, district instructor, will have charge.' The following evening there will be a dinner and initiation. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brooks of Dubuque took part in the initiation Tuesday evening. Mr Brooks was past patron and Mrs! Brooks, past matron of Julien chapter at Dubuque. Charles City Sends Food to Missouri CHARLES CITY, Feb. 19 -County Agent Harold Amvay reported on the carload of food sent by the Red Cross to Popular Bluffsf Mo. It wag collected thru the Farm Bureau and consisted of half a carload of potatoes and onions 30 cases of _ eggs, 60 sacks of flour corn meal, hulled oats and canned fruit. Six Tractors Bought by Supervisors for Road Work in Floyd ' CHARLES CITY, Feb. 19.--The board of supervisors spent $17,463 for six- caterpillar tractors yesterday. Five of the tractors are 'thirties" and one a "sixty" snow special. They will be used by the county engineer's crew in road work. The board sold $2,465 worth of old tractors. The county now owns nine "thirties," two "sixties" and three motor patrols. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Feb. 19.--A Ford Tudor belonging to Roy Richards was stolen in front of the Y. M. C. A. early yesterday morning. Ronald Beckwith, charged with breaking and entering, .has waived preliminary hearing and was bound over to the grand jury on bonds of 5500. : A. marriage' license was issued to M. M. Johnston of Rockford and Mrs. Mary Sherry of Floyd. Miss Alice Mansur spoke at a meeting of the women of the Con- gregational church yesterday afternoon. Miss Mansur is a guest at the home of Mrs. Carlyle Ellis. Miss Mansur will speak to the Women's club this afternoon and at the P. E. O. guest evening Friday night. Boynton Bowman of Spencer will open the Peerless hatchery Monday. Mrs. M. R. Lubben is visiting her mother, Mrs. T. Rientena at Kanawha. The Girl Reserves enjoyed a colonial party at the Manual Arts building last evening. The program consisted of a short play and solo by Edna Mae Green. Games and dancing followed and the program closed with a musical reading- bv Damrise Kitch. Charles City Declam Contest Is Planned CHARLES CITY, Feb. 19.--The high school declamatory contest will take place here tonight and also at Hampton. Charles City won three first places in the contest at Cresco when New -Hampton competed with Cresco and Charles City. Charles City debaters lost in the second round to Northwood. Study French in Third Grade. DES MOINES, Feb. 19. (JPi--The. Des Moines school board has made provision for third grade pupils to begin studying- French, the departure from usual practises being an experiment.. NSHI LUCKiiS are "a I ways kind to your throat t'J The ad wee of your physician is: Keep out of doors, in the open air, breathe deeply; take plenty of exercise in the mellow sunshine, and have a periodic check-up on the health of your body. Everyone knows that sunshine mellows --that's why the "TOASTING" process includes the use of the Violet Rays. LUCK YSTRIKE - made of the finest tobaccos--the Cream of the Crop THEN-"ITS TOASTED"-an extra, secret heating process. Harsh irritants present in oil raw, tobaccos are expelled by "TOASTING." These irritants are sold to others. They are not present in your LUCKY STRIKE. No wonder LUCK1ES are always kind to your throat. TUNE IN~ duckyStrilre Dance Orches* tra, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evening over N. B. C* net. Your Throat Protection -- against ©t931. The American Tobacco Co., Mfre. WILL TESTIFY 13 Photo Harry S. Now, postranstcr general under President Cool- irtgo, will testify before the senate postoffico committee, regarding- the lense of the, St. Tan], Minn., commercial station postoffice. All Hands of Crew Are Saved When Ship Sinks Off Coast of England ST. JUST, CORNWALL, En E land. Feb. 19. WJ-AH hands in a crew of 29 were saved from the Greek steamer Theotokos which sank after collision with an unidentified steamer off Land's End last night. The crew took to the boats and id men m the first boat landed on the beach here early this morning. I'or a while there was some anxiety for the other 16 but the second boat came in safely. Is HI at Kuild. RTJDD--William Kollman is quite WHEN LADIES SWEAR AND BLUE'S THE AIR HUBBY'S OUTA LUCK Product of New Furnace I Described to Mining Engineers. By HOWARD W. BLAICESLEE Associated Press Science Editor. NEW YORK, Feb. 19. JP)--Gree iron, product of a new furnace, wa described to the American Institut of Mining- and Metallurgical Engi neers today. It is a metal skin disease and i was reported upon because a cur has been found. The cure results in a new metho of making' bright, stainless and pre sumably rustless iron. The proces was described by Floyd C. Kelley o the General Electric company. Get Utd of Air. The new furnaces get rid of a) air and substitute in their heating chambers an atmosphere of hydro gen. In this atmosphere iron and steel receive tho finishing proces called annealing, which is heating to somewhat less than redness one cooling at special rates. When annealing is done In. air oxygen combines with the iron t form part of the metal's permanen surface. In this skin the oxygen later opens the door to furthe entry of oxygen which.- appears as rust. But if the hydrogen is sufficientl pure, no oxygen gets into the meta and the door is shut to rust. Th ·big: difficulty, says Mr. Kelley, i to exclude both oxygen and niois ture. Moisture prevents making stainless iron. Too Much Oxygen. Too much oxygen makes brown iron. In small quantities it combines with chromium to produce chromic oxide, and the iron comes out dark green. Iron which grows was explained by Walter E. Remmers of the Western Electric company, Chicago. Gray cast iron does this, he said, and the growth is permanent. The increase in volume is 35 to' 42 per cent. The reasons are a change in the graphite in the cold iron oxygen action after the graphite change, and mechanical swelling caused bv very fine fracturing. Small Farm Needs T J; .^..j,,,,,,. AMES, Feb. 19.--The art of arranging land and landscape for human use and enjoyment is being studied by approximately 40 men and women during the annual home amlscape development short course Sjven .by the department of landscape architecture at Iowa State college today and Friday. Would Provide for Rent »ES MOINES, Feb. 19. OP)--An appropriation for 520,000 for rent for state departments outside the capital would be inserted in the bud- jet bill under an amendment offered by Senator B. M. Stoddard of Woodbury county. · King Is Contest .TuaVn. FORT DODGE, Feb. 19. /P--Karl King, director of the Fort Dodge municipal band and composer of mnd music, has been selected as one of the judges of the national high ·ichool band contest at Tulsa, Ok!a May 21 to 23. He also will judge the Idaho and Colorado state band con- testa. Former Resident Is Dead. CRESCO, Feb. 19.--Cresco friends received word of the death of Mrs. Jeorge Libbey, 60, Minneapolis, a former Cresco resident. lessons Arc Given. OTRANTO--The women of the community were given the lesson on second year furnishing Wednesday afternoon. There were 10 groups, the east division meeting with Mrs. Robert Ducnow and Mrs Arthur Doekstoder at the Duenow 'lome; the west division at the ,T. '. Hansen home with Mrs. Hansen .nd Mrs. L. Gilantson as leaders. Dchttto Tourney Is Plnnninfr. DES MOINES, Feb. ID.--The ninth annual David I. McCahill Iowa ligh school debate tournament spon- ored by Drake university will be held here on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, March 12, 13 and 14, Mgar F. Wilson, manager of the ournament, said this week. Firo Destroys Farm Home. HARLAN, Feb. 10. /P--Fire dr- troycd the 516,000 farm home of ake Fromm near Dcvf.xancc. . LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19. (#)-Two pretty ladies swore a streak that only strong men dare to speak. They cussed until the air was blue, and in a judge's hearing, too. It all occurred here yesterday, when dainty Mrs. Elsa Ray appeared to have her marriage ties dissolved -and blasted to the slues. Her sister, Pauline, went along- to join her in the swearing song, and when the cursing chorus died, the air around the place was fried. Of course, the girls were only there to tell how Russell Rny could swear, to -burn the judge's calloused ear with awful words they'd had to hear. His honor said, "enough I've heard; please don't repeat another word. No gent could blister like that man; divorce is granted-bring a fan!" Hurt in Chuto Full. NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 19.--Robert VYhittemore has been suffering from injuries received from a fail into the hay chute. He Is reported as improving. Judson Porkins to Talk. NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 19.--Members and friends of the Methodist church will hold church night Friday evening with a picnic supper at 6:45 o'clock. The speaker of the evening- will be Judson Perkins, it foreign missionary. t n Furrlcr » M IliB «"«'· remaining stock of ,,*!, gra dd Fur Coats to us at a tremendous sacrifico . . . Out K ool fortuue-mul yours . . . because trLn^lTnl^r^ 0 V ICSO rem " rkabl ° *»»»R* to you. Monlly Northern Seals, trimmed and antrunmcd . . . Mnskrats, b o t h . natural and silver . . Natural M u s k r a t and Northern Seal Coats of a quality unmatched at this price. Formerly to $105. N o r t h e r n Seals, Fox Trimmed Pony, Natural and Silver Muskrat Coats .. . self trimmed and with contrasting f u r t r i m - ming. Formerly to $195. Not many coats Jn. this group, but every one a m o s t remarkable value. Formerly to $250. ^ Other price groups . . . all offering savings that the value-wise women of Mason City and vicinity cannot a f f o r d to miss. Savings of one-half and more. One N o r t h e r n Raccoon, s i z e 18 . . . beautiful dark marking . . . Tomboy style. Formerly $'150. KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OS AGE FLOOR OF FASHIONS THE SECOND Use the Globe-Gazette Want Ads for Sure Results Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION Saturday Night, February 21 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c New ventilating- system now In ooRration. Repairing While You Wait! Fine workmanship, done on modern machinery. Saves you money and time. Bring them- in today and watch us recondition them. SHOE HOSPITAL Phone 710 104 N. Federal Destroys Dandruff! Stops Falling Hair! Edwin G. Yost, noted scalp specialist and originator of the Bald-No- More H a i r Growing Method. Returns Again to Huxtable Drug Co. 116 S. Federal Ave. Two Days Only Friday and Saturday 1^-iat Visit of Hit: Sc:\snn THE ORIGINATOR OF IJATJ1-NO-MORE IS HERE! The Bald-No-More Method for growing; hair and eliminating scalp troubles was originated and perfected by Edwin G. Yost, a scalp specialist of national reputation, who has individually handled more cases of baldness and hair troubles than any man or organization of men. Avail yourself of this opportunity. No matter what the condition of your scalp consult the originator of Bald-No-More. About 96 cases out of 100 cases can refcrow hair. If your case is hopeless you will be told so frankly. A Bald-No-Mora treatment takes three minutes of your time. Jn the privacy of your home you treat yourself. The cost is small. Kacli (lay your Jmfr grows stronger and thicker. You grow hnir--not fuzz. Treat your scalp as you would any other part of your body when sick. It will respond to proper treatment. Regrow your h:iir now! Avail yourself of this opportunity! nouns--10 A. M. to o p. ar. EXAMINATION PRIVATE AND FREE

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