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MARCH 23 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVe/n Jumps Out off Bed- Rheumatic Pains Vanish Quickly P*in-rack*d Suffarvr G«U fUM With Am*iin B Speed Such ouick relief follows the use of Narito that the Doctor who created the prescription contented to make it arailable to all at their drag starts. Those who hare tried other thing* without benefit should try this la* mums remedy--NUJUTO--without further delay. For the agonizing pain of rheumatism, neuritis, neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago ·nd Bother torturing ache* and puns the re- liei u quick. Strange m it may seem, this qnick-actin* remedy contains no opiittct or narcotic*. Nurito is absolutely tafe. You can prove this with one package. There i» no use in wasting effort with anything- that doesn't stop your pain. And if it does that yon know how happy It will make you. Get * packar* today. If tht rery first two or three dose* do not drir» away the most intense pain, your money will be instantly refunded. Get Nurito now. NURITO for NEURITIS Pain SPECIAL SATURDAY March 24 CARD TABLES Good Substantial Center Braced Table Walnut END TABLES Attractive--Well Made End Table--Turned Legs A GOOD BUY FOR DEPENDABLE FURNITURE AT ANNIVERSARY SALE . PRICES TYLER-RYAN Furniture Co. ' 29 Second St. S. E. An Entirely New Principle in Swieper Design Through its transparent top you can see when it needs emptying . . . avoids overloading and dropping of dirt . . . lessens modi and germ danger. Brush is automatically combed to assure better sweeping. Automatic high and low brush adjustment for short and long pUe rugs and carpets. Oillcss bearings ... always clean . , . . so smooth and easy in sweeping that a child can run it. Can be hung flat against wall for convenient storage, safe from danger of other objects dropping on it. You'll see a dozen reasons why it's the finest sweeper built . .. beautifully modern, too. See tt Demonstrated! "4 BLAZE LEFT AT FIREMEN'S DOOR N. W. Sprole Finds Fire in Auto; Drives Directly to Fire Station. Firemen were on the receiving end of the service campaign Thursday evening when N. W. Sprole brought a conflagration to the fire station door about 7:15 o'clock. A cigaret dropped on the floor matting of the coach he was driving set fire to the car. He drove to the station to have the blaze extinguished. Firemen were so surprised that he drove away again without them finding out where he resided. At 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, the department extinguished a fire at the home of Ruben Wiley, 227 Twenty-fifth street southwest. An overheated furnace had set fire to the partition between the dining room and the kitchen of the one story frame house. A cigaret dropped in a cold air register of. the R. D. Catlin home, 404 Madison avenue northwest, set fire to papers stuffed in the register by children. The fire was extinguished about 4:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. FRIEND WILL BUY DOG LICENSES FOR KIDDIES WHO CAN'T April 1!! That's the day the new retail sales tax goes into effect. And that's also the day a penalty starts for not having a dog licensed. So, boys and girls, if you have a dog you may lose because it doesn't have a city dog license, you should get in touch with a real friend of yours. A friend all the more real to help you even though his name can not be revealed. First, you prove you can't pay for the license yourself. Your parents 'or guardian must write a note stating this. Your teacher should aslo write a note on the same thing. With these two notes, you should come to the want ad counter of the Globe-Gazette. Then you will be told what to do next. Boys and girls who have been helped in the past know that this friend stands ready to help then). Large Group to Be Received by First . Methodist Church The following will be received into membership in the First Methodist church on Sunday morning by the holy rite of confirmation: . Raymond Albert Anderson, Meryle Eileen Bryant, Charles Richard But ler, Harold Kenneth Bailey, Roger Hartley Blewett, Warner William Blewett, Betty Jean Ensign, James William Ensign, William Locke Easton, Eileen Glena Farrar, Royce Franklin Farrar, David Eugene Fol- ett, Donald Floyd Fraser, Betty Mae Geer, Lucille Ruth Gitz, Elizaeth lona Griffith, Charles McDon- Id Gates, Marjorle Elaine Horn, Vclma Mae Hockenberry, Stanley Glenn Howard, Byron John Hill, Frances Marian Hill, Dale Wallace Hoffman, Merrill Wells Johnson, Rebecca Beall Jackson, Leila Marie Kornbaum, Maxfleld Melvin Majpr, Dorothy Jeanette Pettit, Orville W a y n e Parrish, Maxine Evelyn Rhiengans, Robert Edwin Reynolds, D d w i n Elmer Bowles, Dorothy ;iaine Sowles, A r l e n e Louise chwob, Dwight Russell Stone, Keith Raymond Stone, Virginia Gladys Vail, Charles David Vail, Jonald Lee Wanamaker, Roger Marcellas Walters and Teggy Gwenlolyn Young. COTTRELLBOUND TO GRAND JURY llegal Possession Charged; Edna Graves Is Fined $25 and Costs. Floyd Cottrell, Clear Lake, waived reliminary hearing Friday morning n a charge of illegal possession of ntoxicating liquor and was bound o the grand jury by John C. Ship- ey, police judge. His bond was ixed at J300. Cottrell was arrested about 4:45 clock Saturday morning seven miles west of Mason City on the lanlontown road. Edna Graves, Mason City, was ined $25 and costs on a charge of intoxication. She was arrested in the 00 block on South Federal avenue ubout 2:20 o'clock Friday morning. Clifford Glass, 941 Carolina ave- iue southeast, was fined $100 and osts on a charge of larceny of oal from the Chicago, Milwaukee. St. Paul and Pacific railroad. He was arrested at the yards at 9 'clock Friday morning. weeper CURRIE- VAN NESS COMPANY PRETTY IS ... AS PRETTY DOES Lairds Shoes are not merely good-looking--they make your FEET want t« step out and go places. T A I R D - S ** 14 E. State St. ^^ Where Shoes Are Really Fitted FUR JACKETS Springtime is Fur Time .See our Fashion Highlights in Fur Jackets for 1934-35. Our Collection is Complete. arjna Itoumt- U! anoi * f t r o R i r u s J PARK Your appetite any time day or night at the Soda Grill ... for Supper wonderful steaks and finest quality chops. Wholesome, healthful, nourishing food. We serve 25c, 35c and 50c suppers. . . . for Breakfast Brown, crispy toast; eggs fresh from the farm; country sausage; griddle cakes; fruits and juices; fresh, hot coffee. Order what you like. SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER being prepared. Bagley's orchestra at night. Dancing . . . Saturday night till midnight. 16 South Federal -- Mason City Services Held for Mrs. Mary Patton; Burial at Elmwood Funeral services for Mrs. Mary 'atton, 84, who died at her home near Buchinal Monday, were helc at the First Methodist church at Burchinal Thursday. The Rev. Mr Carver of Burchinal was in charge if the services. Burial was in Elmwood cemetery. Pallbearers were Detleph Carstons, Sr., and Detleph Carstona Jr., Fred Allen, Mervin Wood Frank Bartlett and Ed Wilson. "The Holy City" to Be Given Sunday Night "The Holy City", by Gaul-is to be presented Sunday night at 7:3C o'clock by the senior choir of St John's church under the leadershi] of Miss Ellen M. Smith, director and Mrs. R. E. Patton, organist. Soloists include Mrs. W. L. Ben nett, contralto; Miss Madalynne Powell, soprano; Earl Dean, tenor Edwin Helbling, baritone. The girls sextet of the choir consists of th Misses Powell, Elizabeth Scheibe Esther Storer, Evelyn Almklov NTaomi Baxter and Johanna Nelson Mrs. Elsie Kunz Ramsey is the as sistant organist of the choir. Leaves for Waseca. ST. ANSGAR--Miss Helen Clem ent left Thursday for Waseca, Minn to spend tie week-end with her par ents, Mr. and Mra. W. A. Clement N O T I C E Our Portable Driveway in the Mason Gtty pictures at the Cecil--another car of SUNSHINE LUMP *7 COAL, ton iP I Consolidated Coal Co. PHONE 1178 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 LEE DE WIG GINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 LAKERS GO TO POLLS MONDAY flavor and Five Councilman to Be Elected at Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE, March 23.--A arge number of candidates are aut.for offices at the city election which will be held in the various wards of the city Monday, March 26. The polling places wil open at 8 clock in the morning and close at 8 o'clock In the evening. Persons iving in the first ward will vote at he city hall, the second ward at the Wells garage, and at third ward in the Main street garage. Judges of election In first ward are Mrs. L. S. Sullivan, Mra. J. W. Pattie and John Jorgeson, while clerks are F. L. Minette and Carl Olsson. Judges in second ward are Lee Higgle-, A. W. Matthies, and Mrs. Walter Jensen, while clerks are Henry Paulson and Mrs. George Ott. Judges in third ward are Ed L. Stork, Mrs. Bernice O'Neill and Charles McGowan. Clerks include Harriett Bullock and Mrs. W. H. Orr. Candidates for offices are: Mayor, Dr. A. B. Phillips, J. W. Sneesby; councilmen-at-large, Ernest Andersen, Carl Johannessen, Dr. A. A. Joslyn, and Georga Ott; councilman in first ward, C. E. Wells, F. C. DeBruyn; in second ward, W. H. Dlckirson, William Scherf, Frank Trager; in third ward, C. N. Wright, George Grimm, and T. L, King; Joe Palmer, assessor; and Mollie Ather;on, park commissioner. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS New Easter hats priced $1,00 to $3.00. Family Store. William Vodermark has returned to his home on South Winnie street after spending the winter in Los Angeles and other points in southern California. Misses' and Ladles' wash blouses priced at $1. Family Store. Billy Schober, Jr., hag returned to his home on the south shore after spending the past month in Indianapolis, Ind., with relatives. Just received shipment of shirtwaist wash frocks at $1.49. Family Store. Boy Holt left Thursday for Iowa City where he was called by the ill ness of his father, who died at o'clock this morning- in a hospital there. Services will be held at Cen terville, his father's home. Dance Clear Lake Country Club SaL, Sun., March 24, 25. Each 40c George May of New Albion ar rived this week to take charge o the seining of carp from Clear Lake this spring. He is hired by the Iowa State Fish and Game departmen' and plans to get his nets and othei equipment in readiness for work this week. Reflnoil Motor Oil lOc per qt until April 1st. No limit. Bring your can. DeBruyn Super Service Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pattschull have returned to their home on the Camp Grounds after spending 10 days in Excelsior Springs, Mo., vacationing Enroute they stopped at Chicago t visit a day with a niece. Old fashioned cinnamon rolls special for Sat., 18c doz. while they last. Bush's Home Bakery. Mrs. H. M. Streeter has returnee to Amherst, Mass., where she wa called by the illness of a relative She has spent most of the winte there, returning for a short time in March to her home on the Cam; Grounds. Mrs. A. E. Anderson of Webste City, who was visiting at the horn of her daughter, Mrs. Myron Steph enson, Jefferson street, is suffering from a fractured leg which she re ceived while stepping from an ele vator at Mason City. She is receiv Whose Fault? When Children Get Bad Reports in School Poor marks in school are often due to a child's physical condition. No child can study with a sluggish system. Sluggishness actually dulls the senses; it will dull the brightest mind. Before you can blame the child--or his teacher--you must be sure you are not sending a badly clogged child to school. Don't wait for a badly coated tongue, headaches, and poor appetite to tell you a child's bowels need help! , Therms a way to insure their regularity; see next column: This is the secret of helping boys and girls go through an entire school term without once slumping in their studies. Keep them free from bilious attacks. Not by purging them with cathartics of adult strength! They'll never need such things if you'll use this natural means of stimulating regular, thorough bowel action; every three or four days, let them have a little California Syrup of Figs. K. The laxative action of the senna in this fruity syrup is enough. Get pureCn/i/orm'a Syrupof Figs. KAY FRANCIS AT PARK CLEAK LAKE, March 23.--Kay Francis and William Boyd In a thrilling moment from the great Warner Brothers drama, "The House on 56th Street," playing at the Park theater Saturday and Sunday Is the finest performance of a list of the star's successes. Costumes worn by Miss Francis In the production constitute a panoramic review of what American women have worn for three decades. 125 Attend Breakfast in Honor of C. A. Knutson ng treatment at the Park hospital, Mason City. Mrs. Stephenson's sis- er, Mrs. F. S. Harshbarger of Philadelphia, is a guest at her home here. Ned O'Neill and family have rented the Dr. N. W. Phillips home on South Fourth street. They expect 10 take possession April 1. Mrs. M. C. Lund of Savannah, 111., arrived this week to assist in car- ng for her mother, Mrs. Carl Bitker, Clara street, who is seriously II! at her home. Mrs. Mary Flynn, Des Moines, Is isiting relatives at the home of Mrs. Cora Vedler. Division street. Miss Lynette Comstock, student .t Minnesota university, will arrive Saturday to spend the spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Comstock. Clear Lake Churches Congregational. Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at Palms," by and anthem, 11. Prelude, "The J. Frauer. Orchestra 'How Lovely Is Zion," worship 11, sermon P.alm Sunday, "Facing by choir. Junior Pease will play a violin solo. Sermon theme, "The Triumphal Entry." Postlude, "Aida March." by orchestra. E. B. Stillman will talk to the Congo club at 6:30. Good Friday Communion, baptism and reception of members at 7:30. On Easter Sunday, the Antioch Commandry No. 43, Knight Temp- lars, a branch of the Masonic order will be guests. --W. B. Milne, pastor. Church of Christ, Scientist. Bible school at 10. Morning services at 10. Topic, 'Substance." Zion Lutheran Church. Confirmation class Saturday at 900. Sunday school 9:45 with classes for all ages. Morning theme for the Cross." John 12:20-33. Music by the vested junior and senior choirs. Luther league program at 7:30 with Our Savior's Luther league of Mason City giving the program. Communion services on Good Friday at 7:30. Private communion by request. --H. O. Urness, pastor. Methodist. Saturday: Pastors instruction classes. Sunday, Church school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11. Palni Sunday Service. Sermon subject, "Sensation or Sacrifice." Anthem by choir. Mrs. Irma Mason at organ. Organ prelude: "Jesus Shall Reign," Stults; offertory, "Palms of Glory," Nolle; Postlude, "Come With Rejoicing," Morrison. Junior Epworth League at 2:30. Senior and Intermediate leagues at 6:30. At 7:30, a sacred cantata, "Victory Divine," by J. C. Marks. Passion week services every night at 7:45 except Saturday. Monday night, "Why Was Jesus Killed?' Tuesday night, "Who Betrayed Iscariot?" Wednesday night, "Unreasonable Unbelief." Thursday night, "Candle Light- Lord's Supper service." Friday night, "The Seven Words From the Cross." B. W. Riner, pastor. Bethlehem Lutheran. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Prayer meeting oa Thursday evening at :30. S. M. Stenby, pastor. ST. PATRICK CHURCH. Rev. E. J. Supple, Pastor. Mass at 10. Confessions Saturday, 4 to 5 p. m, GOSPEL TABERNACLE. Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor, Rev. James Miller, Pastors. Sunday school at 10:00. Preaching services at 11:00. Young peoples' meeting at 6:30. Preaching service at 6:30. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:30. ^Several From Mason City and Garner Attend Meeting at Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE, March 23.--About 125 Clear Lakers attended the surprise breakfast held by republicans at the city hall Friday morning in honor of C. A. Knutson, candidate for the nomination as governor ot A 'delegation of 14 from Garner and of five from Mason City attended. 10 Men Appointed. At the conclusion of the meeting a committee of 10 men were ip- pointed by the chairman presiding to organize a "Knutson for Governor club." C. E. Wells was elected jresident, F. L. Knutson vice pres- dent, E. B. Stillman secretary, anc C. F. Crane, treasurer. Others on the committee are R. B. Kennedy F P. Walker, Ira Jones, Ray Rob bins, Ray Sandry and E. R. Boyle. A. L. Rule, Mason City, spoke foi he Mason City delegation stating ,hat it was going to be a tough job :o beat Governor Herring, but fel ;liat C. A. Knutson has something setter than anyone else in the race A man with a brain trust and on with ability to carry out plans i needed and requirements are me Mrs. Kennedy hostess for Civic Board uestion of Disposal of Tennis Court Is Discussed. CLEAR LAKE, March 23.-re. Sam Kennedy, Jr., newly elec- d president of the Civic League ntertained board members- of the ague at a 1 o'clock luncheon at home on East Main street hursday afternoon. Following the luncheon a board .eeting was held at which time the roblem of the disposal of the tennis ourts was discussed, no action betaken. Mrs. Kennedy also an- ounced her committees which she ad appointed. Cards Played. Cards were played during the fternoon, Mrs. A. B. Phillips and . J. H. Woodstock received the rizes for high scores. Officers of the club and chair- len of the committees at the oard meeting include Mrs. H. W. vnutson, vice president; Mrs. Myon Stephensen, secretary; Mrs. hirley Watts, treasurer; Mrs. 'orde Lee, auditor; Mrs. J. H. Woodstock and Mrs. H. N. Halvor- on, membership; Mrs. F. G. .therton and Mrs; W. C. Carroll, est room; Mrs. Arthur Johnson, drs. Oscar Peterson, finance; Dr. ane Wright, sanitation. Head Committees. Mra. A. I. Sondrol, conservation; ATS. J. W. Pattie, lake shore; Mrs. E. Ashland, hospitality; Mrs. Henry Volstad, press; Mrs. A. B. 'hillips, Mrs. R. R. Rogers, welfare, drs. Peter Anderson, recreation; and Mrs. H. W. Knutson, tea. Tables were attractively decorated with orchid sweet peas and yellow nastertiums. in the local candidate, he said. "We must put Iowa back on republican government but it need the united suooort of all," was hi concluding- statement. Dr. Bemis of Garner stated tha the united supoprt of a home com munity was the first step in th namnaignini? and from that it wa the duty of all suoporters to get i touch with all of'their friends i the state asking support. He re ported Garner and Hancock count as 100 per cent sunnorters of th OTOSS income tax bill. "" He introduced S. B. Durant. can didate for state renresentative. an F M. Hansen. candidate for audito of state, both on the republicar ticket. Stronger on Ticket. E. B. stillman read from a: article in an Iowa daily wine classed Knutson and Colflesh as th two strongest candidates on the re cublican ticket. Ira Jones also mad short talk. Mr. Knutson concluded the mee! ingr with a short address of apnre ciation for the affair. He has fille sneaking- dates almost every da this week, he said, talking at Joic before the Livestock Shippers as sociation Tuesday; Wadnesday a Waterloo before the State Plumber association: Thursday night at mass meeting at Owatonna, Minn and Friday night at Kanawha. Don A. Preussner of Sioux City Receiver for Collins Compan DES MOINES, March 23. IrP)-- Don A. Preussner of Sioux City ha been appointed special receiver fi the Collins Farm company of Ceda Rapids. Judge George C. Scott of th northern Iowa federal district mad the appointment. Preussner formerly was TJ. marshal for the northern Iowa di trict. His bond was set at $5,000. Appointment was on petition c the Equitable Life Assurance sc ciety of the United States (Ne York) plaintiff in a four millio dollar foreclosure action again the Collins company. The suit no is being heard by Federal Chance lor F. F. Faville. Preussner will be in charge of th 165 farms involved in the chancer suit until that case is settled. Upturn From Alabama. FREDERICKSBURG--Mrs. G. O. Clapham returned Wednesday from a three months' visit at the Clifton Parker home in Tuscaloosa, Ala. DICK SEE says "Folks, I want to tell you some- thin' about the Dixie Distributors who are represented locally by the Log Cabin Oil Company. There are 200 companies which belong to this organization---and every one of them home-owned and proud of it. There are 2,900 Dixie stations in ten states, so wherever you go, you are meeting a home-town fellow when you stop at a Dixie station. "This Dixie organization has been a pioneer in the field of quality gasoline and their members arc bonded so you're sure of high quality gasoline and oils. Whenever you take a trip, stop at Dixie stations. You'll know them by the blue, white and yellow colors. Dixie stations are Nationally known--Yet Locally Owned. "Here's something good--Saw a sign on a newly painted wall here this week. It said: 'This is a partition, not a petition; no signatures needed.'" DICK SEE 31d-Time Dance Will Be Held at Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE, March 23.--An ild-time community dance is to be held at the Community building aturday night, March 24, Barlow's Old Time orchestra will furnish the music which will include both old .ime and modern numbers. Art Bussa will call the old time dances. The committee in charge consists of Bob Wilson and Ilelvin Eckard. The receipts of the evening will oe turned over to tie community building fund. Log Cabin Oil Co. The Home of High-Test Gas at Low-Test Price W0% HOME OWNED Mrs. Tanner Honored on Birth Anniversary CLEAR LAKE, March 23--Mrs. Magnus Nielsen entertained a group of 18 young people at her home on East Division street in honor of her daughter, Mrs. John Tanner, Mason City, who celebrated her birthday Thursday. The affair was planned as a surprise. The group spent the afternoon and evening informally. A dinner was served at 6 o'clock. RHEUMATISM GONE; ABLE TO DO HEAVY FARM WORK AuATT Local Farmer Enjoying Good Health After Being Clear Down, U n a b l e to Get Around; "G!y-Cas Wonderful," He Declares. "I understand now why so many people arc talking about and praising this Glv-Cas," said Mr. Philip Pitzenberger, Route No. 1, Swale- dale, Iowa, well known local farmer who has lived in this vicinity all his life. "And because of this Gly-Cas Tries to Save Stock and Bums to Death MONTEVIDEO, Minn., March 23. --Trying to rescue livestock from a burning bam on his farm two miles east of here, Alfred E. Sederstrom, 53, was burned to death today as flames destroyed the building- Strange world! It is a violent death if a big animal kills you, but a natural death if little germs do it. --Fountain Inn Tribune. Political Announcements F. C. DeBruyn for Councilman OF FIRST WARD Clear Lake, Iowa VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED Dr. A. B.Phillips for Mayor Clear Lake, Iowa Monday, March 26 P A VI V Theater "/»*m%.*«V Clear Lake FRIDAY--IOC BRUCE CAHOT - MARY BRIAN "SHADOWS OF SING SING" SAT. - SUN. "HOUSE ON B6TH STREET" Butter and Milk BREAD On Sale at All Groceries and Markets MADE BY Clear Lake Bakery Co. r!l*«nr f.nkp. Tnu'n ^ Danish Pastry Clear Lake, Iowa Special for Saturdays MR. PHILIP PITZENBERGER I am today enjoying good health. I had been in a miserable condition with rheumatism. I was clear down for three weeks unable to do any work at all. And regardless of what I tried I could get no better. My feet, hands and knees were the most affected and the pains, constant' aching and misery I endured at times were almost unbearable. 1 But Gly-Cas came to my rescue and today I feel I am entirely well, able to 'do a full hard day's heavy farm work and suffer no ill effects afterwards. I am free of that rheumatism and actually like a new- man. It is with pleasure I tell others about Gly-Cas and if anyone wishes first hand information just call at my home. 5 miles northwest of Swaledale, southwest of Mason City." And so it goes--another case right here in this section, is it any wonder Gly-Cas has become th» most highly praised and indorsed medicine ever introduced in this section--while it was just introduced here a few short weeks ago. Gly-Cas is sold and recommended by Michael Drug- Co.. 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. C-O-A-L .$6.50 ton IOWA LUMP . . . (CentcrvlltO .$6.50 ton Above Coals Best In Their Respective Fields. WHY PAY MORE 7 Wolf Bros. PHONE 1148 i

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