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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 24, 1931
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'4 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 24 1931 PRESBYTERIANS IN CONVENTION Promotion of Church Unity Important Point on Program. WASHINGTON, Feb. 24. UP)-Promotion ~of church unity held an important place on the program of the western section of the World Alliance of Reformed and Presby terlan churches convening here to day in annual session. Members from the United State.- and Canada were in attendance. Tlv meetings will continue thru Thurs day. Committee reports were the orcle. of business for today's session, wiU. addresses in the evening by Dr. David M. Sweets of Louisville, Ky.; H. E. Baisley of Philadelphia, ant! the Rev. Frank Braird of Pictou, Nova Scotia. DODERER RITES HELD Fire Damages House. EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 24--The residence of Mrs. Caroline Horan, 215 North Commercial avenue, waj badly damaged by fire late Sunday night. The middle section of the lower floor and the one above it suffered to the amount of several hundred dollars. The property is ROCKWELL, Feb. 24--W. F. Doderer, former county supervisor, was buried here, services' being held Sunday afternoon in the Congregational church. The Rev. Alec Russell \vns in charge. Mr. Doderer leaves his wife, one daughter, two brothers and two sisters. owned by the Murphy estate. The origin of the fire is unknown. PLANS MADE FOR GIFT TO LUTHER 70th Anniversary of College to Be Celebrated in October. DECORA'H, Feb. 24.--In keeping with a resolution made at the meeting of the Luther college alumni at the last Foundation day celebration action has been taken in several directions for the acquiring of a fit- Ling gift for Luther college on its seventieth anniversary to be celebrated in October of this year. Vari- aus Lutber college clubs thruout the country made resolutions by the many friends of the institution and i decision by the student body ·Uigurs well for the attainment of a cash gift of $70,000, a thousand 'or each year of the schools existence by Oct. 14. The general resolution for a gift of indefinite size was passed last fall with the idea of presenting enough money for the liquidation of most of the college debts. A meeting of prominent alumni was held at which 570,000 was decided on as a minimum. The men at this meeting were: Dr. G. A. Torrison. '84, Chicago; B. K. Savre, '96, Glenwood, Minn.; Senator L. P. Lund. '84, Luverne, Minn.; ,N. B. Hanson, '99, Barnesville, Minn.; the Rev. H. G. Magelssen, '93, LaCrosse, Wis.; the Rev. S. J. N. Ylvisaker, '85, Minneapolis; the Rev. T. A. Hoff, '04, Decorah, and Dr. T. Stabo, Decorah, j It was further resolved by this group that organization and rally meetings should be held in all the centers where Luther men are numerous, such as .Chicago, Madison, Wis., Rochester, Minn., Minneapolis, Sioux Falls and Mason City. At this time President Olson and Financial Secretary Ylvisaker have visited the majority of these cities, the plan being- to continue the meetings from Jan. 9 to March 11. No soliciting is done yet altho many generous gifts have already been received. Besides this work of the executives of the school, friends of Luth- ,er have expressed their intentions of helping the cause along. Resolutions by the Lutheran congregations surrounding Decorah have been passed and much assistance will undoubtedly come from this quarter. The Decorah Chamber of Commerce, which during the drive for the C. K. Preus gymnasium raised $25,000, has again pledged its support. The board of education of the Norwegian Lutheran church of America · has promised support, while the student body of Luther has passed a resolution to solicit during vacation time and the women of the church have also undertaken to give assistance. The good old days when Americans w.ere free occurred some time prior to 1492.--Kesslnger's Review. SUNSHINE MELLOWS Heat Purifies LUCKIES are always kind to your throat Everyone knows that sunshine mellows- that's why the "TOASTING" process Includes the use of the Ultra Violet Rays. LUCKY STRIKE-made of the finest tobaccos-the Cream of the Crop-THEN-"IT'S TOASTED"an extra, secret heating process. Harsh irritants present in all row tobaccos are expelled by "TOASTING!" These irritants are sold to others. They are not present in your LUCKY STRIKE. No wonder LUCKIES are always kind to your throat. The advice of your physician is: Keep out of doort, in the o/wn air, breathe deeply; take plenty of exercise in the mellow iunsHine, and hove a periodic check-up on the health of your body. "It's TUNE I N -- ThfluckyStrike Dance Orchestra; every Tues* ddyt Thursday and Saturday evening over N. B. C. net- Your Throat Protection-- against irritation -- against cough THE BOY IRENE LEFT BEHIND The greatest regret of Irene Schroeder, blond gunwoman, as she and. her lover, Glenn Dague, puid with their lives for the slaying- of a Pennsylvania highway patrolman, was in leaving her -five-year-old son, Donnie. The boy, shown here at, play, little realized that his own words "Mama shot a cop," started tho police on the nation-wide hunt for ths woman whose career of crime ended with her electrocution at Bellefonte, Vn. FARM INSTITUTE HELD IN FERTILE; WINNERS Roy Larson Exhibits Best 10 Ears of Yellow Corn in Show. FERTILE, Feb.' 24.--The Fertile Farmers institute winners in the order of ranking, were: White Rocks, Pete Suby, J. A. Ouverson; Barred Rocks, Horace Kirk; Silver Laced Wyandottes, Cecil Carr; White Wy- andottea/ S. W. Parker; Anconas, Urs. Ben Rholl; Buff Orpingtons, Oliver Tweeten, C. BilJison; White Leghorns, Edwin Ouverson, Hariey 3uverson; Rhode Island Reds, Roy Davis, Roy Larson; -White Minorcas, Guy Walker,;;- *·· Virgil "Ouverson; ducks, Arlo Hovland, Horace KirJr Early white oats, Ira Shields, Ceith Sheimo; early yellow oats, lorace Kirk, Guy Walker; late yel- ow oats, Bobbie Sanderson; barley, Horace Kirk, Clarke Halverson; best 10 ears white corn, Cecil Carr, Marvin Hovland; single ear white, Will ^arr; best 10 ears yellow, Roy Larson, Ralph McGrady; single ear yel- ow, Glenn Severson. Win in Lcathcrcruft. Leathercraft, Stanley Anderson, Haldine Lilly; woodwork, Allen Ouverson, Glenn Purcell; potatoes, Ed Hammervold, Ira Shields; brown eggs, Oliver Tweeten, Mrs. Roy Davis; white eggs, Mrs. M. Guist, Guy Walker; silage, Donald Oredson, Harold Ouverson. Juniors, White bread, Golda Severson, Mildred Mataon; brown bread, Eva Purcell, Elaine Kirk, butter cake, Veryl Rholl, Mavis Ouverson; butteriess cake, Viola Anderson, Katheryn Walker; one crust pie, Evelyn Humphrey, Golcla Severson; two crust pie, Kathryn Walker, Elsie Zobel; sewing housedress, Ruth Hall, Elaine Kirk; embroidery, Patrica Rose, Mildred Matson; embroidered pillow cases, Pauline Fankell, Reva Zerbel. Women's department, ,.whitc bread, Mrs. Guest, Mrs. H. O. Ouverson; Graham bread, Mrs. H. Jolin- son, Mrs. S. Sanderson; butter cake Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Jenkins, butter- less cake, Mrs.- Art Carr, Mrs. Ceci Carr; white rolled cookies, Petrsa Zerbel, Mrs. J. A. Ouverson; dark rolled cookies, Mrs. Roy Westcott Velma Carr; filled cookies, Lyra Os- ald. Mrs. L. Severson; drop cookies Mrs. Art Carr, Velma Carr; ice box cookies, Mrs. Norman Oswald, Mrs Gertie Westcott; doughnuts, Dell Carr, Mrs. J. H. Kirk; two crust pie, Mrs. R. M. McGrady, Dell Carr; one crust pie, Dell Carr, Mrs. M Ouverson. Can Best Fruit. Fruit, Dell Carr, Vesta Carr. Vegetables, Nellie Humphrey, Mae Larson; canned beef, Vesta Kuns Petrea Zerbel; lard, Nellie Humphrey, Mae Larson; pickles, Nellie Humphrey, Mrs. Hovland; cucumber pickles, Mrs. S. Sanderson, Mrs Severson; jelly jam, Mrs. H. O. Halverson, Lyra Oswald. Work dress, Evelyn Haugen, Mrs C. Shiemo; work apron, Evelyn Haugen, Mrs. H. Johnson; white embroidery, Mrs. C. Billeson, Mrs Shields; colored embroidery, Mrs. C Shiemo, Gladyce Hall; wool quilts Mrs. C. Billeson, Mrs. J. Humphrey applique quilts, Nellie Humphrey pillow cases, Hilda Johnson, Mrs. G O. Sanderson; hooked rugs, Mrs. M Baker, Mrs. Ira Shields; crotcheted rugg, Mrs. Anna Sagen; braidcc rugs, Mrs. Back, Mrs. Ira Shields. (gllBil, Tb« Amirlon Tobacco Co., tlfn. Mission Conference Opens. TWO HARBORS, Minn., Feb. 2-1 (W--Ministerial and lay delegates o; Swedinh Lutheran churches in th Duluth district were in Two Harbors today for the opening tonight of the mission conference, to continue thrt Wednesday. Delegates are here frorr Duluth, Proctor, Fort William and Port Arthur, Ontario. Car Owned by Eagle Grove Man Sold for $5 After Autos Collide. EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 24.--Robert Waddell of this city was quite seriously injured in an automobile accident near Boone on Sunday morning. With a friend, Fred James of Newell, he was on his way to spend Sunday in this city at the :ome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Waddell. In passing a truck a few miles south of Boone they had a collision. Both men were thrown out, and Waddell was unconscious "or some time, and was taken to a hospital in Boone. He received a ;evere cut on the head, and the right arm and leg were badly injured. He s recuperating at the home of his Barents here. Mr. James was not injured. The car' was a total wreck and was sold for $5. Every Hour Congress Is in Session Costs United States $1,400 WASHINGTON, Feb. 24. ,D Every time the hands of the clocks in the house and senate chambers move forward one hour the treasury is out about 51,400. William Tyler Pnge, clerk of the house, submitted figures to the census committee today showing the cost a day of sessions of congress on an eight hour basis, would be about $11,000. "Computed on the basis of the number of calendar days in the entire seventieth congress, this is the result: Cost a day on an eight hour basis for 259 calendar days, $11,39G cost an hour, 51,424," Pago reported. Will Dedicate New Camp. DULUTH, Minn., Feb. 24. OT)-The one hundred twenty-fifth artillery regiment of Duluth and the one hundred fifty-first field artillery regiment of Minneapolis have been selected to dedicate the new Min nesota national guard camp neai Little Falls, according to Informa tion received at Duluth by Co! Elmer McDevitt,^commanding orfi cer of the Duluth unit. It is easy to distinguish between a business and a sport. A sport is more like business.--ftewnnee Star Courier. To End a Cough In a Hurry, Mix This at Home To end a stubborn cough quickly, It is important to soothe and lieu! tun inflamed membranes, get rid of the Rcrma one! also to aid the system inwardly to help throw off the trouble. For these purposes, hero is a homemade medicine, dtr better than anything you could buy nt 3 times the cost. From any druggist, get 2% ounces of I'iue*. Pour tliiH into a pint bottle, nnd add plain granulated sugar syrup or strained honey to fill up the. pint. This takes but a moment, nnd makes n remedy so effective tlint you will never do without, once you Imve used it. Keeps per' fectly, nnil children like it. ThiB simple remedy docs thr?e necessary things. First, it loo.scns the gcrm- Iftdcn phlegm* Second, it soothes nwny the inflammation. Third, it i« absorbet into the blood, where it nets directly on the bronchial tubes. This ojplainn why it brings such quick relief, even in the obstinnto bronchial coughs which follow cold epidemics. Finer 13 a highly concentrated c yound of genuine Norway Tine, containing the active agent of creosote, in a refined, palatable form, nnd known jis one of the greatest honling ngcnti for severe coughs, chest colds am bronchial troubles. Do not nccopt n substitute for Pinex Jt ifl ^unrnutpod to give prompt rolie. or money refunded. k?!?J Carrie*Van Ness COMPANY Offers Extra Special ; Values In Every Department Dollar Day AH Costume . 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