The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 4, 1937 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
February 4, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 4, 1937
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

MASON GITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 4 · 1937 FIVE 180 at Dows Mother and Daughter Event DOWS -- Tlie mother-daughter banquet, under the auspices of the Girl Reserves, was held Wednesday evening at the high school auditorium. About 180 were present. The program included processional, Marcella Peterson; welcome, Ruth Gregart; response, Mrs. O. C. Johnson; selections, boys' quartet; piano solo, Isobel Quasdorf; dance, Mildred Reed; selections, girls' glee club; selections, woodwind ensemble; selections, piano trio; solo, Miss Inna Campbell. Plays Arc Postponed. CRYSTAL LAKE -- The three one act plays scheduled in the high school auditorium under the direction of Roger Northrop Wednesday night were postponed due to the snowstorm Wednesday. A chain production is no stronger than a link that sits down. -- Cedar Kapids Gazette. toc STARTING T O M O R R O W BACKSTAGE IN IOWA POLITICS Bill Already Drawn Would Require S. U. I. Football Team to Play Iowa State College Every Year. By GEORGE MILLS Iowa Daily Press Bureau. Drawn and ready for introduction is an Iowa house bill reciuir- ing the University of Iowa football team to play Iowa State each year. The measure, though, temporarily is on the shelf. Plan was to get two legislative alumni from each institution to introduce the bill. Many more than two Ames rooters are willing to sponsor the statute. But the two Iowa alumni who would- go along thus far have not been found. s #· * TWO NICE JOBS Happy landing for many ar Iowa politico would be either of the two pending vacancies on the highway commission. Thus far Governor Kraschel ha insisted that no commitments are out on the two commission appointments to be approved by th Iowa senate this session. Observ ers this week, however, heard per sistent reports that O. J. Ditto ol Siblqy, commission chairman, might be followed in office by State Senator I. G. Chrystal ot Coon Rapids. Verne Wendel of Sioux City was , among the favorites with the ] guesscrs until another Sioux City man, Dr. O'Brian, was named li succeed Mrs. Alex Miller as secretary of state. It isn't likely, they say, that two major appointments will go to Woodbury county in such a brief period of time. Other highway commissioner expected to be replaced is Fred P. Hageman of Waverly. Both Ditto and Hageman are democrats, c * * BLONDS AND BRUNETS Has the record breaking supply of girls--there are 158 secretaries in the legislature this session-dulled senatorial perception? Senator Dec Kimberly of Scott county, veteran legislator, told a hotel lobby gathering that he finally had hired a secretary for the session. "Is she a blond or bmnel? somebody asked. The senator hesitated. "Gosh, I don't know," he finally admitted. HIFT IN G. O. P. Second major battle over state appointments includes a rift of un vnown proportions in' the rank E the G. O. P. slate senate major ty. One group is backing E. IT 'elton of Indianoln for reappoint- ent to the state board of control ind another wants State Senator George Parker of Independence or the job. Since the board is bipartisan, a republican must be named. Third candidate is Mrs. Henry Wood of Moville, the republican nominee for secretary of state ii the last election. So far all the sparring lias been theoretica since Democratic Governor ICra schel hasn't offered anybody' name to the senate for confirma lion. D R . L Y O N ' S T O O T H Powder 16c i.oo I R O N I Z E D , Y E A S T A reliable iron tonic. 71c FOROHOPKIH5 I DRUG S T O R E il Orders Filled Same Day Received. Orders Amounting to [ S2 or Less, Add IQc for Postage. 13 N. Federal Avc. Phone 90B. | I Specials tat fti. tnd Sit. Riyhi to Liroll Ouinlititi. No S»lt« to Dtit«nT| Two Regular Size Bottles of P E P S O D E N T ANTISEPTIC , 39C for 1 bottle Icfor the second Value APPLES FROM IOWA Traditionally rare is activity i the house horticultural commit tee. Started, therefore, were on lookers last week when Committee Member Dean Peisen of Hardin coiinty swung into action. Peisen spoke sternly and the appleseller in the house cloakroom discontinued his line of Washington apples and installed an Iowa brand. DRAGON FLY If Kraschel is watching and waiting for final word on a pas- sible contest from republican George Wilson, his untroubled countenance doesn't show it. Not so with the republicans themselves. The Wilson delay in announcing his decision on whether to contest Kraschel's ,431 victory is getting on the lerves ot some G. O. P. leaders. Particularly those who want a ontest. Dragon fly in the ointment now s the 32,000 the republicans have pent getting "off the record" figures on the governor vote while ballots were being recounted in local and legislative contests. That 52,000 expenditure ate out the inside ot the slender G. O. P. bank- Styles to Wear Right Now and Next' Season, Too! · Fleeces, Monotones, Plaidbacks and Many Other Smart Fabrics! · Fur Trimmings of Very Good Quality! « Sizes 12 to 52, but not all sizes in every style! Supreme \ Cherry Cordials or Superfine [PEPPERMINT PATTIES Pound 23° Pound VALENTINE HEART CANDY A word to the husband · don't ^^ forget the ^O POUND BOX HELEN HARRISON ^VALENTINE HEART. C A N D Y "Rig-hl from the Heart" One Pound "JOHNSTON'S RED HEART BOX welcome Jj, * ^ 8 oz. · 50c Silk Box 1 Pound Old Fashioned Kitchenmade I CHOCOLATES Purse Size Sample with purchase of 50c SIZE JERGENS L O T I O N 33' A beautiful blue dish with purchase of 2Sc jiie P H I L L I P ' S T O O T H P A S T E Strawberry Shortcake ·oil like a termite. Twenty-eight counties were checked in the ol- ficial count. 13 ft V SENATOR JEICYLL" They're calling democrat Max GcsUc of Clayton county the "Senator Jeykll" o£ the Iowa senate. An obviously republican bill was introduced a few days ago, with Gcske's name listed as one of. the filers. The Clayton senator is angry about it, contends he had nothing to do -with the measure and promises a sulphurous answer in a speech this weclc. Charles City News Henke Is Speaker on Proposed School Laws CHARLES CITY--A meeting will be held Thursday night in the high school auditorium for the purpose ot discussing the legislation proposed by the Iowa State Teachers' association and other agencies interested in a plan for more tax money for tlie schools An organization known as the Io\va Council for Better Education is promoting meetings in every county in order to enlist supporter the movement. Frank Miles editor o£ the Iowa Legionaire, i president of the organization. Wesley Henke, past commands ' of the Iowa American Legion, will talk on the proposed legislation. Invitations were mailed from Supt. P. C. Lapham's office to directors of all the other schools in Floycl county. T R E - J U R [ C O M P A C T S I Choice o f m a n v £%^%£ , modern designs *JF£ Topped with Real '·V«:,. Whipped ji^ji, Cream Special""' F - H 1007o Pure H A V A N A S M O K E R S C I G A R S 5c Bag Golden Grain or Bull Durham TOBACCO UlC Each A pair of B E A U T Y GLOVES with purchase of CUTEX Hand Cream | and BRITTLE ,,._ NAIL CREAM /fl 25c Sl L I S T E R I N E I T O O T H POWDER wit ft purchase of 60c CAMPANA'S ITALIAN M.g±- B A L V 4 9 C 85 cent Value EVENING IN PARIS! P E R F U M E with purchase of Rough and Lipstick! ENSEMBLE 4 7.65 Value JL " Large Class of Delicious O R A N G E J U I C E A line health habit. D u n k orange juice every ta-'Jjj i' 14 ounce Cannister T O B A C C O 16 ounce V H A L f S M O K I N G T O B A C C O Z i p p e r O I L E D S I L K T O B A C C O 4 ounce K W I K - L I T E F L U I D Mnkes, your Itchier in an instant quietly! A iZ-mmute treatment in each lozenge P ti* E Mfiftlit BWI^DiM6 £ I TAMItiS 2 "Confidence" Men Hunted by Officers CHARLES CITY--Local officers are looking for two men who called on H. M. Russell Sunday morning, two days before he committed suicide. A letter was found after his death in which he informed his wife that two men who tallied to him Sunday about a horse deal had later fleeced him. It was learned t h a t Monday Mr. Russell drew out $300 from a local bank. The officers here learned two men had been operating confidence game in southern Minnesota. Mr. Russell lived on a farm south of Charles City. 5c.c, TRIPLE "A" V I O S T E R O L Highly recommended for ilsnigh viumin D concentrate. Build up 4%4%£ your system now^^^y LESS than 2 seconds is the usual starling time of Skelly Tailor-Made Aromax gasoline -- even when, temperatures drop to zero. Take time for an exlrn cup of coffee these cold mornings. You won't be "stalled" ' and late to work--with Skelly Aromax in the tank. Start faster. Warm-up faster. Get extra mileage. Economist Gives Talks. CHARLES CITY -- Frank Ra- botka, economist with the extension service of Iowa State college, Ames, spoke at the first o a series of co-operative meeting in the Farm Bureau o f f i c e , lie had made a special study of ele valors and co-operative creamer ics and his talk was confined t explaining the situation in Iowa The. next meeting will be helc Tuesday, Feb. IB. 100 H A L I B U T LIVER OIL and Viosterol .CAPSULES 25 A B D CAPSULES Biologically Standardized Full Pint S O L A R O L COD LIVER OIL Now you can be sure y o u r tod liver oil is fresh Solaiol cod liver oil is scaled" under nitrogen Box of 25 S O L A R O L COD LIVER OIL CAPSULES Box of 100's $2.29 $1.00 S Q U I B B ' S A D EX 2 4 0 M I L L E R ' S Yeast Tablets 100 S O L A R O L COD LIVER O I L TABLETS 200's S;Cc 8 ounce Abbott's H A L I V E R M A L T and Viosterol FOR EACH COMMUNITY SKELLY originated the tailor-making of gasoline lo fit the -weather. Still, today, only one gasoline is Tailor- Matlc for each'community. Tlint gasoline is Skelly Aromax. You can buy it only at the sign of the Skcllj Diamond. Charles City Briefs 50 c SIZE icitnlifit pl.plrllTon in / Klndy mcUt luW cnctl chippcj, dry or lo'c lipi qulcWr, by IctL For mtn or w o m e n Dotlail iKommcAc! Lipimoolh. , ith PABLUM I Pre-cooked. Rich in I vitamins £ minerals. Tin BLADES! itlc it! ilic I U I L S I Swedish tempcrc*. it · Irjnl the edges. MicHMO)iicjll i«ict.l.j| CLEANS TEKTH -SAVES C U M b Single or Doable Edge | TUBE Package of 5 for 19c | 50c FOR S orene S H A M P O O billowy suds ligblmncj rinse--lustrous bair Gives new life, new lustre to your hair. FINE VIRGIN GASOLINE ADDED TO REFINERY GASOLINE VIRGIN gasoline is n volatile, high octane, stabilized product--the cleanest, fastest-starting gaeoline known. At 2-1 tailoring points, Skelly adds varying amounts (up to 38) of Virgin to refinery gasoline, tailoring Aromax for your weather. Try a faster, tailor-made start tomorrow Drive in where you ace the Skelly Tailor. © I03S, SVelly Oil Co. to Fit Your Weather CHARLES CITY--W. E. Dodge was elected president of the Charles City Building and Loan association at the meeting of the board of directors. He had been president since tlie organization 19 years ago. Fred Ebcrt was reelected secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond RCRC! wiio were married in Mason Ciiy Jan. 27, are located in a house. 107 Second avenue. Mr. Regcl is employed by a construction company. Floyd TCgabroci bad a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital. Oscar J. Boohcr, j a n i t o r for the Ellis and Ellis buildings, is recovering from severe burns in the Cedar Valley hospital. A steam pipe broke and bis face and hands were badly scalded. Mrs. John Herman of Marble Rock is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Jack Mansfield and daughter, Peggy, returned to their nome in Cedar Rapids following a 10 days' visit at the home of he mother, Mrs. A. M. Greenwood. Mrs. E. J. Waller and claugh ler, WJImn, who spent severa weeks at West Bend visiting Mrs Waller's parents, have relurnc home. Her mother, Mrs. Jacob, is i m p r o v i n g from her illness. Mi.ss Catherine Fitzgerald nn her fiance. Park \Vray, of Chicago, arc spending a few days w i t h her mother, Mrs. Inez Fitzgerald. ALL WATER CASTILE Take care of your skin with this mild, gentle soap. (or 15c Baby Castile S O A P Per Cake Q fC A sturdy bottle, .marked ac- «^ lOc L U X Toilet Soap 15c Z I N C 0 X 8 D E O i n t m e n t 5 0 0 SHEETS C L E A N S I N G T I S S U E S 30 foot roll W A X A P E -v !.· .\. ; U /^L, ALARM CLOCKS A c c u i n u - clocks w i l l he dependable I r i c i u l s in your d a i l y battle 10 he on t i m e C ' l i o t c c ol slylcs. 5 0 c PACQUIN'S H A N D C R E A M - Relieves chapped hands, rough skin. LATEST MODERN DESIGN W R I S T W A T C H Choice of metal or ! calh , cr *3 A bauds. £.Si^9 Box of 12 \\-\Hr\\ NAPKINS Quality n a p k i n s 1I C E l e c t r i c ' Swioel Cord CURLING IRON Curl your -^ j^ own hair this IJ3 3*^L simple way. *^ 9u 10 cent D I M E 'DOG FOOD^ ?A rcady/cookcd food L c a p a b l e of :

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page