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February 25, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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8 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 25 1931 2 PLACES TAKEN BY NORA SPRINGS Declamatory Honors Also Won by Plymouth in 1 Humorous. NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 25.--Nora 'Springs captured two first places in 'the first round of the state declam- Atory contest here last night when Nora Springs, Rockford,_ Rudd and JPIymouth competed. In oratorical Glen Swedberg of Nora Springs was first and John .Vala of Rockford, second. In the dramatic division .poris Kluyer of Nora Springs was -first and Genevieve Munshower of ·Rockford, second". Mable Davies of JPIymouth -was .first in humorous .and Edmund Bronson, Nora Springs, ·was second. Judges were Mr. and -Mrs. R. E. Nyquist and C. E. Cooper 'of Mason City. Atlantic Pastor as Chaplain. ,; ATLANTIC, Feb. 25. (.¥)--The 'name of the Rev. P. N. ilcDermott I of Atlantic will come before the state meeting of the^owa Legionnaire at Davenport this summer as a candidate for national chaplain. He was indorsed Monday by the ninth district conference at its meeting at Des Moines. House Near Dows Is Destroyed by. Blaze DOWS, Feb: 25.--Damage estimated at $3,500 resulted from a fire about 6:30 o'clock last evening when the George Trowbridge home six miles southwest of here was de-- stroyed 'by fire. Members of the family were eating supper when the fire started and were informed by neighbors by telepehone of the blaze, which originated from sparks in the chimney. Almost all of the contents were saved but the fire engine arrived too late to save the house, altho other buildings were prevented from burning. Suffers Blood Poisoning. PLYMOUTH -- Robert Harmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harmon, is suffering from Ijlood poisoning on one of his hands caused by a splinter getting into his hand. OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING 'TILL TEN For Thursday - Good News! Just Received 1OO Stuart New Spring Suits · · · Topcoats ALL .50 NO MORE -- N O LESS Time to buy your hew spring clothes, and for $22.50 you can have smart new spring styles and colors in finely tailored · ALL- WOOL suits and topcoats. A new shipment i , that anyone but TOM BROWN would sell at 530 to 535, for TOM BROWN clothes at 522.50 are Mason City's Greatest Clothing VALUE. Styles and models for all men in all colors. COME IN AND SEE THEM! IF OUR CLOTHES DO NOT SELL THEMSELVES YOU'LL. NOT BE ASKED TO BUY KAISER'S BIRTHDAY CARD Kach year the.ex-kaiser sifts thru an extensive collection'of photographs and after selecting one which ho thinks best, the royal exile at Hoorn, sends It as a birthday curd to his friends. The above picture of the ex-German emperor and his wife, Princess Hermione at Doprn was the selection on the seventy-second anniversary of his birth on .Tnn. 2-7.. . MAN IS BOUND TO GRAND JURY Andrew Colman Is Arrested at Charles City on Liquor Charge. . CHARLES CITY, Feb. 25.--Andrew Colman, who was arrested by Chief of Police Dan Shannon on a charge of illegal possession of intoxicating liquor, was bound to the grand jury. His bond was fixed at 5300. . CAN EPILEPSY BE CURED? '·Bimirkablo Booklet Ueve.ils Opin- ' ions- of Leading Physicians. New York, N. Y. The recent an- ·uncement of the publication of a ,'Oklet containing the medical'o'pin- u -ns of-famous doctors-on-the sublet "CAN EPILEPSY BE CUR- ·D?" has met with /rreat interest '-rnout the country. Sufferers ev- ·rywhere have welcomed the bcoK- ·~t with enthusiasm. It is reported to be the last word on illnesses of '.his type containing a great deal of information and advice on the sub- isct. Every sufferer from this ailment should read this booklet. Interested larties can get a free copy of this booklet by writing direct to the "ducational , Division--^09 Fifth A .venue--Desk 388, New York City. OFFER TO HELP ANYBODY WITH STOMACH TROUBLE 9 f AST STATE... 3O STEPS FROM FEDERAL Millions of men and wo1?ien now know it is unnecessary to suffer from so-called "indigestion" and its symptoms of heartburn, gas, nausea, sick headaches, pain, nervousness, loss o: appetite and energy, etc. They belong to the great army ol people who have tested for themselves .the claims made by the discoverers of Pape's Diapepsin. Pape's Diapepsin works -- anc works every time. It soothes an ailing stomach in an instant. The burning, pain and bloating stop immediately: digestion becomes complete; appetite is stimulated; you feel better all over. People are so pleased by the results from (hese pleasant, candy-like tablets that they come right 'out in public to praise them. "At iast I have found what I nccf to relieve my suffering from indi geslion," says Mrs. Mane McMillan 805 Prospect St., Indianapolis. "Now if I feel any discomfort after a mea I just chew a tablet of Diapepsin am I'm all right in a minute." All drugstores have Pape's Diagep sin; hut you can try it before buying The makers offer to send anyone . FREE sample. Write for yours t "Pape's Diapepsin," Wheeling,W.Va Quick Relief for Stomach III SENTENCED FOR CAR THEFTS Valton and Dunn Arraigned at New Hampton for Car Theft. NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 25.-- ilton Walton, 16, ana TJrvan Dunn. 7, both of Independence, were sen- enced to the training school at El ora until they are 21 years of age ;sterday on charges of stealing a otor vehicle. Walton, however, as paroled to the Chickasaw coun- f sheriff with orders that he waj ot to .own or operate a car and lat he attend church every Sun- ay. The two youths were arrested at reeley, Colo., in possession of a :olen car. They were then brot ack here for prosecution. DOMONT POISON VICTIMS BURIED louble Rites Held for Tina, Ben Behrends; Pupils Are Present. DUMONT, Feb. 25.--The double jneral for Tina Behrends, 11, and :en Behrends, 16, poison victims, r as held at the Evangelical church uesday afternoon with the Rev". H. it. Barker in charge. Students of he fifth grade, of which Tina was member, and the tenth grade, o] /hich- Ben was a member, attendee n groups. Pallbearers were 'Jean Brehmer ina Jackson, Phoebe McCormick Oma Schuler, Elva De Irmon, Elaine loodsell, Dale Goodsell, Bery ihreve, Willie Ahrens, Willie Pfalt'z graff, John Stock and Earl Mont ·ornery, all schoolmates. Mr. and Mrs.-Vern Ahrens, Mrs David Lupke and Lloyd Faber fur nished music. Tina and Ben died Sunday even ng from poisoning, the cause o which has not been determined a yet. Three younger children and th mother were also ill but have re covered. SANBORN GIVES AX INFORMATION terns Exempt Are Named by Deputy Collector; Other Facts Given. Items exempted from the federal ncome tax were named in fnforma- on given out by L. P. Sanborn, spe- al deputy collector. Information oncerning the filing of income tax eturns may be obtained from the iternal revenue office in the base- ent of the administration building : the 'public schools, 120 East tate street. "The following items are exempt rom federal income tax and should ot be reported, unless it is desired o establish a net loss, in which case ee section 117 of the revenue act 1928: · "(a) Amounts received under a fe insurance contract paid by rea- on of the death of the insured, /hether in a single sum or in installments (but if such amounts are held y the insurer under an agreement pay interest thereon, the inter- st payments shall be included in ross income). Insurance Exemption Explained., "(b) Amounts received (other ban amounts paid by reason of the eath of the insured and interest ayments on such amounts) under a ife insurance, endowment, or an- uity contract, but if such amounts \yhen added to amounts received efore the taxable year under such ontract) exceed the aggregate iremiums or consideration . pa.it whether ,or not paid during the axable year) then the excess shall le included in gross income. In the :ase of a transfer for a valuable ;onsideration, by assignment or otft- 3r\vlse, of a life insurance,' endowment, or annuity contract, or any in- erest therein, only the actual value f such consideration and the amount of the premiums and other ,ums subsequently paid by the ransferee shall be exempt from taxation under paragraph (a) above ot his .paragraph; "(c) Gifts (not made as a consid- ration for service rendered), ant money and property acquired by be- uest, devise, or inheritance (bill he income derived from such prop- rty is taxable and must be report d). "(d) Interest upon (!) the obligations of a state, territory, or any olitical subdivision thereof, or the District of Columbia; or (2) se- urities issued under the provisions f the federal farm loan act or un- er such act as amended; or (3) the bligationa of the United States or :s possessions. In the case.of obli- ations of the United States issued ifter Sept. 1, 1917 (other than pos- a! savings certificates of deposit) he interest on 4 per cent and 4Vi )er cent liberty bonds, treasury cer- ificates of indebtedness, issued be- 'ore:Jime 18; 1929,. ^treasury "bonds and. treasury;, savings certificates wned" in. excess of $5;000; "and "tho nterest on treasury notes, is sub- ect to surtax if the net income it) ver $10,000, and should be reported see instruction-9). "(e) Amounts received thru acci- lent or health insurance or under vorkmen's compensation acts, as :ompensatton for personal injuries ir sickness, plus the amount of any damages received, whether by suit or agreement, on account of such njuries or sickness. Bonus Exempted. "(f) Amounts received as com sensation, fartfily allotments and al owances under the privisions of the war risk insurance and the voca lional rehabilitation acts or th' World war veterans' act, 1924, or a pensions from the United States fo service of the beneficiary or anothe in the military or naval forces o the United States in time of war, o as a state pension for services ren dered by the beneficiary or anothe for which the state is paying a pen sion. "(ir) Amounts received by an in ividual as dividends or,interest, not xceeding $300, from ·domestic build- ng and loan associations, substan- ially all -ihe business'of which is onfined to making loans to Werners. · ' . - · . "(h) The rental value of.a dwell- ng house and appurtenances there- f furnished to a minister of thn gospel as part of his compensation: "(i) Compensation .paid 'by a tate or political subdivision ^there- f ; to its officers or employes for ervices rendered in connection with he exercise: of an essential goveru- nehtal : f unction. "{j), Amounts received as earned ncome from sources without the United 'states by an individual cit- zeh of the United States who is a bona fide' non-resident for more ban six months, during the taxable rear. The taxpayer in such a case may not deduct from his gross iu- ,ome any amount properly allocablo o or chargeable against the amount 50 excluded .from his gross income." Milwaukee Exhibits Another Addition to ' , North Iova Service Another of the beautiful new cafe larlor cars of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroads vas exhibited near the station Tuesday afternoon. The cars cost about $60,000 apiece, according to Prank J. Wozny, inspector of sleep- ng and dining cars, who wag with he car here. The company has four of the new cars and two more are under construction and will be com- jleted soon, Mr. Wozny 'sai V The cars are paneled in EngliFh walnut imported from Oxford, Eng- and. The windows open with small cranks such as are found in automobiles. · The rear of the car is finished as a solarium;rather than as an observation platform which is the new idea in car construction, Mr. Wozny said. The car carries an outside aer- ;al and a radio will be provided. 12 COMPETE IN DECLAMCONTEST Mason City Wins Two Firsts in Contest .Held at ' Rock Falls. ROCK FALLS, Feb 25.-^Twelve speakers from Graf ton, Mason City, Rockwell and Rock Falls competed last night here in the first round of the state declamatory contest. In the oratorical division Jens Walker, of Mason City was first- and' Jerome Wilkinson of Rock Falls was second. In the dramatic section Loraine Fin- layaon of Rockwell was first and Lois Warford of Mason City was second. Elaine Snook of Mason City was first in the humorous division and Raymond Bublitz of Grafton was second. Miss Lore I/orna Meyer and Supt. E. A. Prehm of Northwood and Supt. H. F. Risse, St. Ansgar, were judges. Annual Banquet IB Held. CLARION, Feb. 25.--The Ladies society of the B. of L; F..and E. entertained the families at the eighth annual banquet at the E. O. Hanson clubrooms last night. About 75 at;ended. It's an 111 wind that blows nobody any good. Think of all the money that must have been made lately by the manufacturers of red ink.--San Diego Union. S T O P S Pain and Itching '-Piles! Don't p u t u p w i t h painful piles?^another day--or hour.}. There· is'piisitiya reliefi : very often, for t h e v e r y worst case. Pyramid suppositories are designed to stop the p a'i n -- a n d even ali itching. R e l i e f comes quickly. The, first application will b r i n g y o u much comfort and ease. Try them t o d a r Remember the name. Just say Pyramid Sup- FREE comfort "xx positories to any druggist, 60 cents. -PYRAMID DRUG CO. IZ8-A Pyi.n.ic. Bid*, Mtrih.ll, Mich. Please nend me n. box p l a i n l y ·wrapped, sealed, postpaid, and entirely free. 'Name Address : City- -State Iowan$ 1,500 Richer _After Digging Up Can . Full of Gold Piece WASHINGTON, Iowa, Feb. 25 UP --W. J. Brocks of Washington i unexpectedly $1,500 richer today. His sudden increase in wealt was derived from the discovery o 70 twenty dollar gold pieces an other coins in an old can when h was spading Monday preparator; to doing some early spring plan ing. Brocks bought the land 10, year ago and a barn formerly stood o the spot where the gold was found. Madison Community Center Listens to Musical Selections Hermell James played several saxophone numbers and Everly Weber sang a solo at the Madison Community center meeting Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. T. Weber accompanied them on the piano. Two reels of educational pictures and a two reel comedy were also enjoyed. Mrs. Frank Maillard, president of the Madison P. T. A., announced there would be no regular meeting of the community center next week because of the play, "Chinese Cottage," which will be given by the patrons on Thursday, March 5, at the Madison school. SENSATIONAL SHOE BARGAINS For All the Family Dies of Internal Hemorrhage. KNOXVILLE, Feb. 25. (.T)--A coroner's jury decided yesterday that Esther Fisch of Adel, Allerton school teacher, came to her death at Bussy at a result of an internal hemorrhage. She had been visiting at the James Hill home ut Bussey. Provides Skating Rink. WASHBURN, Wis.--The 4 o o,a 1 post of the American Legion recently sponsored the construction of a municipal skating rink on vacant lots. Bremer Cow Test Group ".-" to Hear Schultz Talk WAVERLY, Feb. 25.--The Bremer county cow testing association will hold its annual meeting at Waverly Tuesday, March,3, with Earl Schultz of the extension division as speaker. The club has 28 members, two more than'the usual maximum. J. K. Lynea of Plainfield is president, Will Hoffman of Janesville is secretary-treasurer and Casper Siv- isend is tester. is the best known remedy A s k f o r 6rOVe 9 S Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets ELECTRIC MOTOR WORRIES can be eliminated by calling us when you are in trouble. We maintain an exclusive electric motor repair shop with modern machinery and expert workmen. Just give us a ring, we'll do the rest. New and used motors bought and sold. ZACK ELECTRIC 306 Second S. W. BROS. 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They absorb the force of road shocks and also provide a cushion against the rebound of the springs. · Other features that make the new Ford a value far above the price are the Triplex shatter-proof glass windshield, silent, fully enclosed four-wheel brakes, more than twenty ball and roller bearings, extensive use o£ fine steel forginga, aluminum pistons, chrome silicon alloy valves, torque-lube , drive, Rustless Steel and unusual accuracy in manufacturing. In addition, you save many dollars because of the low first cost of the new Ford, low cost of operation and op-keep, and low yearly depreciation. THE NEW FOROOR SEDAN L O W P R I C E S O F F O R D C A B S '430 to '630 r. O. B. Dtlroltf ptaM freifJit «iJ JeJivwry. BmmperM and tpara llr* *xtr* at im*ll fan. You can buy a ford for « tmall cfaicn paym+nl mn a convenient financing plan, 5«« your Ford dealer for tjttaltt.

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