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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 24, 1931
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14 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 24 1931 REVOLUTIONARY HEALTH DISCOVERY BRINGS TINGLING NEW ENERGY and STRENGTH for TIRED OUT and RUN-DOWN FOLKS! "VEG-ALL Is Super-Charged With Health!" Says Former Imperial Physician Dr. Jakob Pal is Chief Professor Physician of the First Medical Division at the Vienna General Hospital. He was honored by the former Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph, whom he attended, and he is recognized as one of the outstanding figures in the realm of European science. Dr. Pal was happy to be retained to give his expert opinion of Veg-All and gladly gave permission to publish the following statement: DOCTOR URGES YOU TO TAKE At last there is real, vital news* for those who are tired and rundown. An astonishing new medical formula, discovered by the Chief CHemist of one of America's greatest medical laboratories, brings you thrilling new health and strength. This mighty new medicine is called '-·Yog-All." Veg-All sharpens the appetite and activates the flow of vitul digestive juices. It tones up the muscles and gives increased resistance and fighting power to the blood. Veg-All gently stimulates the kidneys to normal action and speeds the elimination 1 of the poisonous wastes which often over-tax these organs. Veg-All cleanses the intestinal canal and keeps the system fit. Veg- All increases your capacity for muscular work and delays the onset of fatigue. Veg-All aids in the digestion of starches, thus giving the body more nourishment. Veg-All helps to combat the inroads of many serious diseases and keeps you healthy. DIETING CLAIMS FILM STAR Too 'strenuous dieting is blamed, In Hollywood, for the death, of one nf its most noted character actors, Louis Wolheim. In recent months ho had reduced 80 pounds to play a part In "The Front Page," which he later had to relinquish because of ill health, brot on by the rigorous diet. When forced to undergo an appendicitis operation recently, Wolheirn was not equal to the strain. Above arc some of the pictures In which the former colleEe professor, whose broken nose, received in a football game, paved the way to stage and screen fame, appeared. Upper left, as ho looked just before his death; lower left, in "Two Arabian Knights;" upper right, a characteristic pose; lower right, in "All Quiet on th» Western Front." INQUEST FREES LEEATWAVERLY Witness Says Clark, Driver of Death Automobile, Was Drinking. WAVERLY, Feb. 24.--A coroner's jury in the case of Mrs. Joseph Clark of Waterloo brot in a verdict )f accidental death following: the Inquest . completed late. Monday afternoon. Mrs. Clark waa killed in- jtantly early Sunday morning" when he car in which she was riding: crashed into a truck trailer used for hauling- cars on No. 218 three and a half miles northwest of Wav- irly. Clark, driver of the car, testi-' 'ied at the inquest that members f the party had been drinking and said his first action after the crash vas to remove bottles of home rew from the car and put them n the ditch. Ernest Jackson of Waterloo, who with his wife, was a. passenger in the car, testified that Clark had been drinking. Kenneth · Lee of Everly, driver of the ;ruck, said he had parked the truck beside the road to examine the engine, which had been heating badly. He was accompanied by Marjorie Schoenewe, his niece., and daughter of his employer, A. M. Schoenewe. Lee was not held. What Veg-All Is Veg-All is an all-vegetable formula--no drugs, ho dope. It includes roots and herbs which have proved efficient In fighting disease for' centuries--some of them even mentioned in the Bible. Each spoonful of Veg-All contains the equivalent of % full size cake of live yeast. This means that you are getting "Vitamin B," recognized by Science as of paramount importance in retaining health, in addition to all the other valuable ingredients in Veg-All. "The Veg-All formula," states Dr. Pal, "is an excellent one. It is the kind of formula I have been hoping for, for years. I have often advocated the intelligent use of an ail- vegetable medicine, which would be powerful enough to prove a positive and active agent in fostering health, and yet lack the. drugs which all too often help cure one condition only to aggravate another. "From this point of view Veg-All is super-charged with health!" 9 Five thousand dollars has been posted as a positive guarantee that you personally must benefit from the use of Veg-All, or your'entire purchase will be promptly returned to you. We have so much confidence in the ability of Veg-All to make you feel better, eat better, sleep better and have results reflect themselves in your improved appearance, that we say: "Have no hesitancy in trying pure, harmless Veg-All. If, by the sixth spoonful, you do not recognize the improvement, and if your friends do not compliment you and say that you are looking better, you may feel perfectly free to return the partly-used trial bottle and have the price of that bottle handed right back to you." Any of th£ leading druggists gladly stand behind this unique guarantee, and invite you to improve your condition of health, and so your outlook on life, by starting today to take Veg-All. 6 SOUTH FEDERAL MASON CJTV PHONE 89 GLASS RITES ARE HELD AT GRESGQ Early Settler in Howard Is Survived by Two Sons and Daughter. CRESCO, Feb. 24.--Frank A Glass, 81, an old resident of Cresco died Sunday at the home of his son, F. R. Glass, Fort Dodge. The funera: service was held Tuesday morning Mr. Glass was bom Aug. 30, 1849 in Cambria county and came will his parents to Howard county in 1862 and settled on a farm in New Oregon township. Later he taught school in several- districts in the county, clerked in one of the firsl stores of Cresco, entered business for himself, was deputy county treasurer and was appointed postmaster at Cresco during the Cleveland ad ministration, which place he occu pied four years. Mr. Glass was mar ried Feb. 24, 1886, to Miss Nellie Fitzgerald at Madison, S. Dak. Thej were the parents of three children two sons and one daughter: F. R. o Fort Dodge, L. A. of Omaha and Miss Bernadette Glass of Chicago all of whom with their mother sur vive. Funeral service was held at the Assumption church, the Rev. E J. Dougherty officiating with interment at Calvary cemetery. Presbyterian Manse at Dows Damaged by Fire DOWS, Feb. 24.--A fire on the roof of the Presbyterian manse oc curred yesterday afternoon about ; o'clock. A large hole was burnet in the roof and In the ceiling of on upstairs bedroom, otherwise littl damage was done. The fire companj extinguished the blaze before i' gained great headway. A bootlegger can't be honest and live. If he sold pure liquor, how would he explain its queer taste?-- Kcivanee Star-Courier. "I love to lose myself In othur men's minds," said Emerson. Irene Dunne changed that saying to read, 'the Edna Ferber mind," while playing Sabra Cravat in "Radio Pictures' "Clmarron," which is now playing at the Cecil. "Not because of this one role alone," she explains. "I have read Miss Ferber religiously for years. For a period of 70 weeks I enacted one oj her heroines in the stage play 'Show Boat.' Altho most of my life has been spent in the north I still have the deepest affection for the Louisville traditions of my family." Miss Dunne, who recently went to Hollywood from the New York stage, competed with scores of leading film actresses for the role of Sabra in "Cimarron." It was considered the screen plum of the season. She not only portrays various ages between 18 and 64, but changes her voice to that of a tremulous oW lady. Opposite her, in the starring role, is Richard Dix. Others in the cast include Estelle Taylor, Rosco Ates, Georgie Stone and Edna May Oliver. --o^ The most notable rolo Conrad Nagel ever played ia his busy screen career is to be seen at the Palace theater starting Wednesday in First National's big Vitaphone offering, "The Right of Way." Nagel plays "Charles Steele," the hero of the famous novel and drama by Sir Gilbert Parker, and one of the strongest characters ever devised by an author or playwright. Loretta Young- plays opposite him and Fred Kohler, the huge he-mau First National is coaching for stardom, has another outstanding role. Other notable player's in the cast are William Janney, George Pearce, Harry Cording, Brandon Hurst, Holliwell Hobbes, Olive Tell, Yola d'Avrll and Snitz Edwards. "The Right of Way" contains not only T CLOSES LEGION MEETING 1,000 Iowa Commanders at Affair; MacNider Made to Speak, DES MOINES, Feb. 24. (.T)--A housand Iowa American Legion ommanders and adjutants ended heir eleventh annual conference lere last night with a banquet at vhich more than 500 of the 572 losts in the state were represented. The leading speaker was Dr. Teal Williams, national vice-commander, who declared that the hinking people of America have onfidence in the Legion program. "The Legion is the only real pa- ifist organization. It wants its sons o be prepared in mind and equipment. If we had been properly pre- ared in 1917 many lives - and mil- ions in property could have been aved. It is for this organization to defend in the future as it has in the last," Dr. Williams said. Stabilizing Force. National Adjutant James F. Baron of Indianapolis, a former lowan, jaid that the Legion today, with its 950,000 members, is the greatest stabilizing force for America's security. State Commander Maurice Cnhill announced that the state membership had increased 2,611 during the ast year with an enrollment now of 29,358. Col. Hanford MacNider, United States minister to Canada, was forced to make a speech at the insistence of the Legionnaires at the banquet last night. He recalled the early stages of Legion work in Iowa and the ultimate growth of the jroup into its present large scope. Turner Gets Cane. The Legion presented Gov. Dan Turner a cane made from the elm at Lexington Green under which the ·'minute men" gathered. The Legion's woman auxiliary closed a . similar convention last night with a warning by Mrs. Gail T. Dudgeon, national vice president of the organization, that this country should take precautionary measures against a possible alien revolution as the result of communistic forces now at work. It was announced at the womans gathering that Iowa now has 24,126 members. The Council Bluffs auxiliary won the Steinberg trophy for completing its membership quota by Dec. 31, 1830. Hampton Men Speak at Belmond Lions Meetin BELMOND, Feb. 24.--The Lions club at its regular luncheon at Hote Case Monday had as quests Dr. J C. Powers and Earl Ferris o Hampton, who talked to the Lions on behalf of the Boy Scout/work in Belmond. ' At Mason City's THEATERS some high drama but a novel and striking love story and beautiful natural scenery of the north woods. Unusual and thrilling is "Sinners' Holiday," the Warner Brothers and Warner Brothers and Vitaphone production in which Grant Withers, Evalyn Knapp and an unusually fine cast are now being seen and heard at the Strand theater. This cross section of Coney Island life gives an insight into the ways of folks of the amusement world, from a most unique angle. Grant Withers is given an opportunity of playing a character of very strong contrasts, that of a smart-cracking barber, who becomes involved in a murder, but is acquitted by his girl in the nick of time. Evalyn Knapp, who makes her screen debut in this film, is seen ns the-girl who sacrifices her own brother to save her sweetheart. Lucile La Verne gives a performance of rare brilliance as Ma Delano, owner of the arcade and mother of the girl. The cast Includes James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Noel Madison, Otto Hoffman, Ray Gallagher, Hank Mann, Warren Hynjer and Purnell B. Pratt. Many stage and screen celebrities of note are in the cast of "Night Work," Eddie Quillan's new Pathe star comedy, directed by Russell Mack, which is playing at the Iowa theater Tuesday and Wednesday. Two famous comedians, John T. Murray and Kit Guard, help Quillan manufacture laughs. Wally Albright, who created a sensation in Gloria Swanson's picture, "The Trespasser," plays an important child role. George Duryea, the brilliant juvenile who won his spurs in "The Godless Girl" and subequent pictures, has a leading part. Vivacious Sally Starr plays opposite Eddie, while Frances Upton, rewly arrived from the New York musical comedy stage, makes her film debut as chief comedienne of "Night Work." --o-"Finn and Hattie" is to be presented for the last time Tuesday evening at the Palace theater. MERLE SIMS ORCHESTRA OF ALBERT LEA Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Snturdny NJght, Feb. 28 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25o New ventilating system now In operation. Man at Hampton Becomes Hubbard Elevator Head HAMPTON, Feb. 24.--Austin A. Reynolds, assistant manager of the Farmers Elevator company for past year, has gone to Hubbard'; where he accepted a position as I manager of the Hubbard Farmer3V ,_ Elevator company. Mr. Reynolds \ ^ moved his family to Hubbard and / started his new duties Monday. I ; j ir^ 1 T?V*"!* ¥'" CECIL 1NOW PLAYING CONTINUOUS DAILY STARTING 13:30 Mason City's Best Theater TERRIFIC AS ALL CREATION EDNA FERBER'S COLOSSAL STARTING SATURDAY Constance Bennett in "The Easiest Way' LET'S ON A The Laugh Storm ol the Movie Year Night Work? Will it make you laugh? What a question! Tues. Wed. Comedy Stock Get Your Share of These Bargains Before It's Too Late. Make Your Plans Now! values to $35 They are new in style and patterns. All the wanted materials at a very low price. ONE LOT GET BUSY! MEN'S WOOL O V E R C O A T S Values to $30 at ENTIRE STOCK SLASHED. RAY E. PRUSIA CO 109 SOUTH FEDERAL MASON CITY Till 5:80 35c Thereafter Kiddies lOc -- TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY GO Hith GRANT WITHERS EVAJYN KNAPP AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS Love--hate--jealousy -- despair -- to the blaring' tune of a carousel, when murder stalks the midway of a great amusement park. It would be a crime to miss It! Shows start at 1-2:30-4-5:30-78:30. You can see a complete show as late as 9:30. THURSDAY and FRIDAY ^Captain. 3 DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY Sir Gillievt Parker's great novel CONRAD NAGEL LORETTA YOUNG FRED KOHLER Riving the outstanding performances of their brilliant careers. VIBRANT ROMANCE, ACTION AND DRAMA. A STORY YOU CAN'T FORGET LAST TIME TUESDAY "FINN and HATTIE" WITH LEON ERROL, ZASU PITTS MITZI GREEN, JACKIE SEARL STARTS NEXT SATURDAY WINNIE LIGHTNER --and-,TOK E. BROWN --in-"SIT TIGHT"

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