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March 15, 1934

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

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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 15 · 1934 DEGLAM WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED Snbdistrict Contests Held at Garner and Ledyard for Students. . GARNER, March 15.--Rankings in the subdistrlct declamatory contest held here were: Oratorical- first, Marcella Olson of Lake Mills; second, Rachel Tompkins of Garner; dramatic--first, Doris Merriman of Corwith; second, Jane Gjellefald of Forest City; humorous--first, Jean Hake: of Belmond; second, Susan Staats of Forest City. The judges were: Jame* Rae, principal of the Mason City high school. Miss Tommy D. Priest, vice principal and John MacMillan, all of Mason City. Towns represented were: Belmond, Britt, Corw'ith, Forest City, Garner, Hayfield, Klemme, Lake Mills and Woden. Luverne Gets Trophy. ; LEDYARD, March 15--The sub- district declamatory contest was held at Ledyard Tuesday night. The following schools were represented: .Algona, Fenton, Lonerock, Luverne and Ledyard. " Winners were: Oratorical: Richard Niver of Luverne; Kenneth .Thompson of Ledyard; dramatic: Isabella Greenberg of Algona; Ruby Hantleman of Fenton; humorous, Evan Lichty of Luverne: James Logan of Ledyard. Judges were Superintendent Hili Jiard, Principal Cresup and Miss Dudley, all of Estherville. A traveling trophy and a permanent trophy were awarded to Luverne for having the most points. The first ·winners in this contest will take part in the district contest. New Hunt Started for Body of Child at Rockford, 111. ROCKFORD, 111., March 15. CW-;A new hunt for the body of 8 year old Charles Backus, Jr., centered .along the Rock river today. The search was resumed after Mankets were found in the river «ight miles downstream from the place at which the boy's father first told authorities that he shoved his son's body under the ice early last month. Mrs. Beulah Andrews, grandmother of the missing boy, Identified the blankets as having come from the Backus home. ' Authorities were informed by toembers of the family that the inan slapped his son unconscious 'and then drove him away in a buck, returning alone. -a GOAL K. $6.50 ton FUTURE CAPITOL OF SOVIETS BUILD HATCHERY NEARDEGORAH Fish and Game Commission Plans Project as Part of 25 Year Program. DES MOINES, March 15. UB-- Hie Iowa Fish and Game commission has purchased one of the largest springs in Iowa and a piece of land adjoining for-the purpose of developing a small mouth baas hatchery. It announced today. The site of the proposed hatchery IB near Decorah in Winneshiek county. The project comes as a result of a survey made by the state of its fisheries status and program and as a part of the 25 year conservation plan, the commission stated. The need for hatching and rearing small-mouth bases was determined through the survey. Iowa has numerous good small-mouth bass streams and with the stream improvement program now under way. stocking of the streams will be necessary to bring small-mouth sass fishing up to the maximum jublic recreational value, the com- nlssion announced. The Decorah site was chosen because it was termed the "most ideal" by fisheries experts such as Dr. J. C. Salyer and Carl L. Hubbs of Michigan, who conducted the survey for Iowa. Funeral for Ullom of Nashua Held in Chapel NASHUA, March 15.--Elish TJ1- lom died at the hospital in Charles City Tuesday where he had been taken Monday for treatment following a stroke a few days ago. He was born at Warren, HI., Aug. 22, 1854, and came here in 1870. He was a farmer and unmarried. He is survived by one brother, James, Flandreau, S. Dak. The funeral was held at Lundt's chapel Thursday the Rev. Mr. Collis of Charles City officiating, and burial was in Greenwood cemetery. Go to Minneapolis. CRYSTAL LAKE--Cliff Stewart left Tuesday for Minneapolis on business trip. SPECIAL SESSION'S LARGEST ITEM OF EXPENSE SALARIES DES MOINES, March 15. UP-Salaries of legislators made up the largest item of the expense of the special session of the Iowa general assembly, a report from the office of State Comptroller Murtagh disclosed today. The total cost of the special session was 1338,329.03. Salaries amounting to $200,380.60 were paid to 158 members of the two houses while *109,948.45 was disbursed for employes and $28,000 for printing. The legislator's compensation was divided $135,661.40 for the house and $64,719.20 for the senate. Other items included in the report: House employes, 155,238.55; senate employes, $45,632.50; extra custodian help, 55,695.20 and law library help, $8,382.20. In Critic*! Condition. SWEA Cirr--John E.- Pehrson, who suffered a stroke a week ago, is in a critical condition. Mr. Pehrson is a pioneer of Eagle township. John A. Borchers, 34, Is Buried at Gamer GARNER, March 15. --Funeral services for John A. Borchers, -34, were held Wednesday afternoon at the First Methodist church preceded by » service at the home. The Rev T. Ernest Hoon was in charge. Mr. Borchers died suddenly at his home here following a heart attack. He was married to Miss Mabel Hein who with three children, Marguerite 8 Merlin 6, and Betty Lou 3; his mother, Mrs. Etta Borchers, one brother, Albert J. Borchers, and three sisters, Mrs. Eva. Volk ^f' Mrs Julia Bredlow and Mrs. Tillie Meckstroth all in or near Garner survive. Alta Vista Fanner Is Given Verdict in Suit NEW HAMPTON, March 15.-The jury in district court Tuesday evening returned a verdict for George Bechtel, Alta Vista, defendant in an action brought against him by Arthur Million, Riceville farmer. Milhon claimed ?360 damage when he is alleged to have had to rent a farm at |5 an acre after he had an oral agreement with Bechtel to rent Bechtel's farm at $2.75 an acre. Cost of the action amounting to 599.10 were to be paid by the plaintiff. Gall Stone Colic at none. Writ. Home Drus Co., M- No. Four* St. Minneapolis. Minn., for · ncoinlnd prtcticlas specialist's P""TM: lion on uver ami «»" bladdtr trouble «« literature and treatment wnlcn bM J»n glvlnj fratllylnj rttUlU for 58 »"JJ:.TMS under money back guarantM. Clip tW. out NOW __ Advertisement. _ QUALITY Be Smart and Thrifty! Got the MOST to Dry Cleaning for Your Money Suits ."SSi 75c Dresses tf£* 75c ·* PHONE '88 OR 78» This is an architect's drawing of the proposed patace or seat of government of the Soviets, to be the world's tallest structure. It has been accepted by tiie central executive committee of the USSR, ana construction is scheduled to begin this spring. A symbolistic figure is to adorn the top. (Associated Press Photo). Cummings Succeeds Walker as Democrat National Treasurer WASHINGTON, March 15. Cff)-- Walter J. Cummings, Chicago banker and manufacturer, succeeds Frank C. Walker as national treasurer of the democratic party. He expects to start within a week the task of reducing the party's $500,000 deficit. Announcement of his acceptance of the post was made last night by Postmaster General James A. Farley, national committee chairman. Cummings was born in Springfield, HI., and educated in Chicago. He is president of the Cummings Car and Coach company and chairman of the board of the Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust company. Walla Walla Shames Other Initial Users W. KT. NUT $6.50 ton SS,.. $8.00 ton £:.. $S-50 ton (Franklin County) Above Coals Best to Their Respective Fields. WHT PAS MORE? Wolf Bros. PHONE 1148 BANGHART FACES FEDERALCHARGE WiU Not Be Free Man After Serving 99 Year Term in Illinois. CHICAGO, March 15. 150--The government has put in its bid for any time Basil Banghart might have left over, after he finishes his 99 year sentence for kidnaping John Factor, international speculator. Assistant District A t t o r n e y Lloyd Moody announced last night the government wants to try Banghart for the $110,000 Charlotte, N. Car., mail robhery--which carries a 25 year sentence as the penalty for conviction. Moody said that as soon as a decision is announced on Banghart's motion for a new trial on the kid- conviction, he will issue,a iabeaa..corpus j -to-have the taken to North Carolina. NRA AAAv'PWA; CWA, etc., one better with, its SEWWRLFGDCA. Translated it " means "Southeastern Washington Wholesale and Retail Local Food and Grocers' Distributors' Code Authority" which has just been recognized by the National Food and Grocers' "Distributors' " Code Authority. Farmers' Night School at Plymouth Finished PLYMOUTH, March 15.--The farmers' night school that haa been in session all winter closed Wednesday night with an oyster supper, ·fhe supper was given by the east side, the road running north and south through Plymouth being the dividing line. The west side had the best attendance. Kenneth Beeves is the instructor- Read the "Ads" but don't ignore medical opinion if you want to '-relieve constipation gently and safely -take the exact dose suited to your need -avoid danger of bowel strain A doctor will tell you that the careless use of harsh laxatives will of tea do more harm than good. Harsh laxatives often drain the system, weaken the bowel muscles, and even affect the liver and kidneys. Fortunately, the public is fast returning to laxatives in liquid form. Can Constipation be safely relieved? "Yes!" say medical men. "Yes!" say thousands -who have followed . this sensible medical advice: 1. Select a good liquid laxative. 2. Take the dose that you find suited to your system. 3. Gradually reduce the dose until bowels are moving regularly without assistance. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a prescriplional preparation containing senna, a natural vegetable laxative which relieves constipation gently and safely. Why not try it? Some pill or tablet may be more convenient to carry. But there is no "convenience" in any cathartic that's taken so frequently, you must carry it wherever you go I What is the "Right" Laxative? In baying any laxative, read the label. Not the claims, but the cantenls. If it contains doubtful drugs, don't take it. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin contains no mineral drugs. By using it, you avoid danger of strain. How many dimes and quarters are spent on "popular" laxatives! How quickly they count up, if you frequently use habit-forming helps! A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin would save you money- ana bring you real relief. Why Doctors give a liquid laxative The habitual use of harsh salts, or powerful drugs in the highly concentrated form of pills or tablets is risky. The properly prepared liquid laxative will bring a perfect movement without discomfort or injury. You need not take a "double dose" a day or two later. The public can always get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin at any drug store. Armentrout Says He Won't Pay Fine Set by Kentucky House FRANKFORT, Ky., March 15. UPl --The case of Vance Armentrout, Louisville editor fined $25 and costs on a charge of contempt of the Kentucky house of representatives, appeared headed for the courts today after Armentrout said "I have no intention of settling the $25 fine and costs." Expressing confidence the courts would give him "vindication," the editor said the action of the house yesterday in voting 65 to 20 to fine him was a "face-saving maneuver." Costs in the case would amount to approximately ?20. If he fails to pay the attorney general will have to file suit.to .force collection. Armentrout, acting editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, spent an hour in jail when he refused to tell a house investigating committee the name of the writer of a letter published in his newspaper. He was released on a writ of habeas corpus, and a special committee which heard evidence in the case recommended to the house the $25 fine. Cornell Will Serve as Pastor at Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG, March 15.--The Rev. R. J. Cornell of Dea Moines has accepted a call as pastor of the First Congregational church here, it was announced here Wednesday, and will arrive in Emmetsburg Saturday to assume charge. Mr. Cornell served as principal of Amos Hiatt junior school in Des Moines; superintendent of schools at Dows; head of the religious education department of the Plymouth Congregational church in Des Moines, and secretary of the Polk county Sunday School association there. Switzer Funeral Rites Conducted at Geneva GENEVA, March 15.--The funeral of D. J. Switzer was conducted Tuesday by the Rev. C. W. Cleveland in the Methodist church. Burial was in Lindenwood cemetery. Mrs. D. L. 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