Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 5, 1936 · Page 5
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 5 FIVE MILTON WIMMER RITES SATURDAY Funeral Service to Be Held at Congregational Church at 2; 30 p. m. Funeral services for Milton G. Wimmer, 44, central west supgr- visor of the Iowa Mutual Hardware Insurance company, who died at a local hospital Wednesday morning, will be held at the Congregational church Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. Alexander S. Carlson in charge. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Elks lodge will attend the ser- vices in a body and will have charge of the services at the grave. The body was taken from the- Meyer funeral home to the Wimmer residence, 131 Tenth street northwest, where it will lie in state until the time o£ the services. Youth Who Left Farm at Garner Is Sought DES MO1NES, (7B--The state bureau of investigation Thursday asked peace officers to be on the lookout for Lawrence Seaman, 17, who bureau officials said was wanted for violation of a parole from the Eldora training school. He left a farm near Garner Thursday morning, they reported. Easiest Washday in the life of another MASON CITY WOMAN Read letter of Mrs. D. Ryan of R. F. D. No. 3 (HOW THE DIRT SOAKS OUT! Millions use Rinso. Thousands -write us letters like this. "TXR years I'd read about Rinso, my friends had .T told me about it. But still I kept on thinking clothes couldn't be really white and sweet unless I boiled and scrubbed them. At last I did try Rinso, and found everything I had heard about it was true. I had the cleanest, brightest wash I'd ever done on the Ir'ne in half the time and .didn't scrub or boil a single piece." Mis. Dave Ryan. R. F. D. No. 3. Mason City. la. Y OU'LL save money if you use Rinso, because clothes washed the"scrubless"Rinso way last Z or 3 times longer. Recommended by makers of 33 famous washers. And like magic for dishes. Gives rich, lasting suds--even in hardest water. So easy on the bands. Why not try Rinso? RICH, LASTING SUDS--EVEN IN HARDEST WATER NEW Spring Hats Crepes Straws Rough Straws You'll love this Spring's new slant on smartness-hats that curve and tilt with devastating charm, Straws and crepes with brims for your afternoon frocks and for your suits. The newest and liveliest hats for your spring outfit! DOWNSTAIRS STORE NEW DEAL CASES ARE DISMISSED Supreme Court Not to Rule on Condemning Land for Slum Clearance. WASHINGTON, (.'Pi--Two new deal cases involving the government's right to condemn land for PWA slum clearance and low cost housing projects were dismissed Thursday by the" supreme court at the request of the government. This leaves in effect lower court decisions that the government did not have the right of condemnation for such purposes. The decisions grew out of projects in Louisville, Ky.. and Detroit. The action was requested by Solicitor General Stanley Reed. He gave no reason. "Let them be dismissed." said Chief Justice Hughes. The entire proceeding occupied only a few seconds. Reed gave clearly the numbers and titles of the cases and said "I move that the cases be dismissed." After he left the courtroom Reed told newsmen the dismissal was asked because "the cases have become moot since all the available money has been spent otherwise." John S. Proscovec, 52, Decker Employe, Dies John Stanley Proscovec, 52, died at his home, 1710 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock following an ill- nes of five months. He -had resided in Mason City about 30 years, during which time he had been employed at the Jacob E. Decker and Sons packing plant. Mr. Proscovee was born May 7, 18S3. at Cedar Rapids. Surviving are his wife, Nellie, three daughters, Mrs. Lyle K. Musi, IS Eighth street southeast; Helen and Betty at home; two sons, John and Charles at home; two sisters, Mrs. Anne Biezek, Richland, Cal.. Mrs. Mary Slcdola. Cedar Rapids, and one brother, L. E. Proscovec. Cedar Rapids. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Thursday. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home. TWO FOIiFEIT BONDS Two bonds were forfeited before Police Judge Morris Laird Thursday morning. The men who posted them were S. Roderiquez, 1635 Jefferson avenue northwest, who posted a 525 bond when arrested on a charge of intoxication, and Frank H. McCallum. 215 Third street northwest, who posted a $10 bond on a charge of disorderly conduct. Head P. E. 0. Chapters MRS. E. H. WAGNER MRS. LESTER MILLIGAN Mrs. E. H. Wagner was elected president of chapter DZ and Mrs. Lester Milligan was re-elected president of chapter GN of the P. E. 0. Sisterhood at the meetings of their chapters Wednesday. Mrs. Milligan is serving her second term as head of GN and Mrs. Wagner has been vice president of DZ. Both were named delegates to the state P. E. 0. convention to be held in Ottumwa. Edwin G. Nygaard, 28, Succumbs in Hospital Edwin G. Nygaard. 28, died at a local hospital at 8:20 o'clock Wednesday evening after a short illness of six days. He came to Mason City from Britt, where he had been working for the past three months. Mr. Nygaard was born in Butler, S. Dak. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nygaard; four brothers, John. Watertown, S. Dak.; Carl, Bradley, S. Dak.; Bert, Clark, S. Dak., and Raymond, Lily, S. Dak.; four sisters, Esther and Ellen Nygaard, Lily, S. Dak.: Mrs. Alvin Forbragd, Huron, S. Dak., and Mrs. Floyd Fenstern- aker, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. He was preceded in death by three brothers. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Thursday. The body will lie in state at the Meyer funeral home until arrangements have been completed to take it to South Dakota. Malvern CCC Camp Stays Quarantined MALVERN, (.PI--The Malvern CCC camp remained under the quarantine order after one of its members, Roy Lang. 20 of Malvern. was stricken with spinal meningitis. Lieut. Richard Hoist, camp commander, said Lang's attack apparently is light but the quarantine probably will he continued for three weeks. Peter Marner Injured in Fall Down Stairs Peter Marner, 3 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Will'is Marner, 621 Quincy avenue northwest, was confined at the Mercy hospital Thursday suffering from a concussion of the brain xvhen he fell downstairs at a neighbor's house Wednesday afternoon. FLUSH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Medical authorities agree that your kidneys contain 15 MILES of tiny tubes or filters which help to purify the blood and keep you healthy. If you have trouble with too frequent bladder passages with scanty amount causing burning and discomfort, the 15 MILES of kidney tubes may need flushing out. This danger signal may be the beginning of nagging backache, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling:, puffiness under the eyes and dizziness. If kidneys don't empty 3 pints a day and so g-et rid of more than 3 pounds of waste, poisonous matter may develop, causing serious trouble. Don't wait. Ask your druggist tor DOAN'S PILLS, which have been used successfully by millions of people for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help to flush out the 15 MILES of kidney tubes. Get DOAN'S PILLS at your druggist LAW STUDENTS TO ENTER RACE !arl DeBaggio of Eldora to Run for Hardin County Attorney. IOWA CITY, OB--Although they will not become full fledged attorneys for more than three months, three University of Iowa senior law students have already launched political careers. Dennis McCall, Newton, Carl De- Baggio, Eldora, and George Van Nostrand, Fairfield. will be candidates for county attorney in Jasper, Hardin and Jefferson counties respectively in the June primary elections. Several weeks after the primaries they will take state bar examinations. The three youthful candidates, all republicans, said that while school work proved a handicap to their political campaigns, they expected to meet the voters in their respective counties on week-ends, and to campaign intensively by mail. All contended "we are enjoying meeting the people and think the campaign will he a worth while venture whether we win or lose," The three student candidates have worked their way through law school. Van Nostrand is head waiter at the law commons dormitory, McCall cooks and 'Iocs housework for a family of eight, and DeBaggio holds a board job at a downtown restaurant. m Women*. Weak f A Word to the Wise-- New Spring Dresses .95 $4.95 $5.95 Have you noticed that print dresses are being featured more than anything else? You'll find a grand selection of them here, as well as many beautiful new spring acetates! COATS SUITS 95 to To flare or not to flare, that is the silhouette question! The answer awaits you in this grand collection of swaggers and fitted coats. Suit yourself this spring in a mannish, tailored or swagger suit and be chic and interestingly different. Style, durability, color and value! DOWNSTAIRS STORE Crosley Radios at Special Prices · 1936 CROSLEYS . . . All Wave sets . . . at moneysaving prices for limited time only. Various styles to pick from. Liberal Allowance for your old set . . . at Paul's Radio Service, 7-9 Second Street S. W. Harriet- M. Clement MANAGER Whitehill Will Run for State Senator MARSHALLTOWN, (/!')--B. C. Whitehill, who retires on April 1 as commandant of the Iowa Soldiers home here after 20 years of service, let it be known that he will be a candidate for the republican nomi- nation for stale senator from Mar* shall county. Ho will run on a strict economy and tax reduction program. Visit at .Joncsville. HANSELL-7-Mrs. Gaylc Harrison and daughters, Janice and Janet of Hanscll, left to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jenson of Jones^ villc. i Cold ? 'o help end it sooner, rub throat and chest with VICKS W VAPORUB .._ 'SHOE CRAZE; · m ivtttf GunpM utumtxita/' Patent Leather SANDALS LOW HEELS! SQUARE or ROUND TOES! TRflD^HOITK fl-fnoMwi fflmiLv swx STOW 18 South Federal Mason City . . A gala collection of new spring patterns New Spring I JLi IV Spring's newest inspirations --in a ..great variety of gay and colorful patterns. Spring clothes are going to be bright with color this year--and here's an opportunity to be right in the front rank of fashion at very moderate prices. Belding Hemingway Silks AH Silk! Pure Dye! $119 1 Printed Bemberg Sheers You'll marvel at our beautiful array of brand new dress goods for spring. Floral patterns, modern designs, solid colors in all the newest shades. You'll find it difficult to choose from so many lovely materials, but the prices will enable you to buy all that you need. Per Yd. Delightful n e w s p r i n g printed sheers in all the newest spring color combinations. The Famous Van Gogh Prints 1 All pure dye exclu sive spring prints. New Spring WOOLENS 56 in. Flannels and Tweeds in gray, new blue and staple colors. Checks! Plaids! Novelty weaves! $1-98 to $2-98

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