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MARCH 4 1931 Rudd Pageant Given in Series of Scenes on Sunday Evenings RUDD, March 4.--The M. E. Lenten services started Sunday and Will lead up to Easter. A pageant ' entitled, "Children of the Bible" will be presented In the five Sunday eveni^+a. One scene will be given each evening for four Sundays and MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE two scenes on tha fifth Sunday. Sunday morning the Rev. HiHmart used as -his theme, "Soul Healing." and in the evening "Bethany" with the scenes "Moses and the Bulrushes." Tfikes Over Latimer Cafe. LATIMER, March 4.--T. Lr. Kinseth, who has had' charge of the Andy Brodale cafe at Latimer the past two years, resigned and Mr. Brodale has taken over the restaurant business again. Arthur Holland Rites Are Held in St. Ansgar ST. ANSGAR, March 4.--The funeral of Arthur Holland was held at the, Methodist church in St. Ansgar Monday afternoon with the Rev. Otis Moore in charge. He left a wife and -three daughters. People who say nothing is impossible have never tried a good time, broke.--Sedaliu. Democrat. itd o nand.ujati SAYS MISS NELSON Then she fried this magic soap -it lathered instantly! Â· THÂ» unique scap conquera the hardest of hard water--even water from sandatone or limestone coun try. A Btngle rub and you have mountains of fragrant creamy lather. Men say that Kirk'o Cocoa Castile cuts auto grease and grime .like magic. Also washes away dangerous germs--especially from children's hands. "For two years we had only hard water," says Miss Pearl Nelson, oFCokato, Minn. "I used several soaps to see which was beat when finally a girl friend tol d me about Kirk's Cocoa Castile. I have found that it has not only softened the water but has kept my skin smooth, soft, and stimulated. I have used it for shampooing my hair, and it has become soft and fluffy. It is also a large cake for the price compared with other soaps." Millions agree with Miss Nelson--they say there is no soap like Kirk's Cocoa Castile for lathering instantly in the hardest or coldest water. It is made from 100% pure cocoanut oil-the same fine oil used in nut butters and candies. The instant it touches any water this magic soap bursts into creamy, silky bubbles that cleanse quickly-leave skin refreshed--and produce a luxurious rapid shampoo. Try Kirfc'a Cocoa Castile in your hard water--watch it bubble into fragrant lather--feel its delightful softness--all hard water harshness gone IA big white overse cake for only lOc. Look for the red arrows on the wrapper. _ [The fihisf Performing Six Hudson Ever Built Competes with the Lowest in price Challenqes the Finest in Quality Essex challenges the performance of any six, regardless of price! It introduces fine-car style and Super- Six smoothness to the lowest price field It is strongly built to assure lasting satisfaction and utmost dependability. It matches the economy of cars most noted for low J operating cost It gives you Rare Riding Comfort for the first time in a car of its amazing low price. All seats are wide and deep--with lots of room for comfort while riding. Head-room and leg-room are greater, doors are wider, bodies are insulated against weather and noise. All controls are easy to reach and operate. Your nearest Hudson-Essex dealer is ready to give you a demonstration. Go test its challenging performance and Rare Riding Comfort yourself 1 The Value Sensation In a Year of Sensational Values LAPINER MOTOR CO. HUDSON-ESSEX SALES AND SERVICE Â· Phone 1183 The Brightest Corner in Town 117 S. Delaware VETERANS SEEKING BONUS LOANS Members of the American Ked Cross arc shown hero in Washington feeding the long line of World war veterans who were among the early applicants for bonus advances. Some of the men waited all niffht. Miss Edna May, Jn uniform, In foreground, is among those pouring coffee. Business as Viewed From the Point of An Outsider." There will be an exhibit of flowers and plants and the visitors will visit the three greenhouses located in CharJes Citv. Charles City Club Has Farm Exhibits CHARLES CITY, March 4J--The Future Farmers club of the high school Is having an exhibit every afternoon this week from 1 to 4 o'clock in the Gem theater building. Kernels selected from the ears on exhibition will be tested in the rag doll tester in the Manual Arts, building for a period of 24 hours and records kept of the results. Tho Rotary club la offering prizes for the farmer that estimates the number of kernels germinating. Paul Au ringer, vocational agriculture teacher in the high school has charge of arranging the exhibit. Fire Destroys Garage MITCHELL, March 4.--Prank Heckstine's Ford coupe and garage were destroyed by fire Saturday. It is thot that there was a leak in the gas pipe, as when he started the engine. It burst into flames. "The loss is partly covered by insurance. G H A R L E S CITY NEWS GOE PRESIDEHT GIVES ADDRESS Harry M. Gage Is Speaker at Charles City on New School. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 4.--Dr. Harry M. Gage, president of Coo college and president of the North Central association! of secondary schools and colleges, spoke last evening at the Manual Arts building under the auspices of the Parent- Teacher association. His talk centered on educational matters and included reference to the campaign now being carried on for the $250,000 bond issue for a new high school building. This issue will be voted on next Monday and the outcome may have some bearing on tha standing of the school. Dr. Gage impressed on the audience the immensity of the school system with 28,000,000 pupils, 1,000,000 teachers and investments accruing $6,500,000,000. He gave the list of requirements for an accredited high school. In addition to a good physical equipment Dr. Gage emphasized fine honorable administration and good school spirit, the latter he said being worth much rnbre.than-a new building.... 'The speaker said the schools Â·here had been on the accredited list'since 1908 and he stated he wished to avoid advising- the people as to what should be done about the bond issue as this was a "family matter." He wag desirous of being helpful and correcting some shortcomings found in a report of the local high school filed with the North Central association. Candidates Named at Charles City on Municipal Tickets CHARLES CITY, March 4--Mayor C. G. Gray and all the members of the city council with the exception of Merten Klaus are candidates for the offices they hold under the name of the Citizen's ticket. Loren Parr is running in place of Mr. Klaus. The ticket is as follows: Mayor, C. G. Gray; councilman, first ward, Glen Hamilton; second ward, C. F. Bunze; third ward, H. W. Mullarkey; fourth ward, John Martens; at large, Ralph Waller and Loren Parr; park commissioners, I. W. Dickirson and Harold White. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 4.--The local chapter of the Izaak Walton league procured 6,000 trout which were placed in Spring Brook. O, A. Lohrke and L. H. Bloom who went from Charles City a year ago to be in the head offices of the Oliver Equipment company In Chicago have severed their connections with the firm. Mr. Lohrko states he has accepted a position with another firm and will visit Charles City in a short time. Mrs. Clark Anderson, Mrs. L. Bishop and Mrs. C. Strata will have charge of the program for achievement day to be held by the farm bureau women April 23 in Floyd. Mrs. L. H. Bishop has been chosen as the master farm woman for Floyd county. The fifth and last'home training school is being held this week by Miss Frances Pew and will include lessons on the fireless cooker and meal planning-. This will include the lessons on home management. The lesson today will be held at tho home of Mrs. C. E. Schmidt in Floyd, Thursday at the Mrs. A. E. Gelhaus home in Ulster township and Friday at the home of Mrs Fred Clark in Nora Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Gillesple arc the parents of a daughter born at their home ou Maple avenue. Director to Bo Elected. WESLEY, March 4.--The annual meeting of the Wesley independent school district willl be held Monday afternoon at the city hal!. One director to take the place of Henry Kunz will be elected for three years. There are two candidates, Henry Sherman and Charles Kraus. Former Charles City * Resident Succumbs CHARLES' CITY, March 4.-Friends here received word of the death oE Willam B. Penniman, n former resident, who died last Sunday in a hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Penniman was at one time a partner with Sam Sloan as publishers of the Charles City Citizen. Later he went to Enid, Okla., and engaged in the furniture business and then went to Ohio. Mr. Penniman is survived by his wife, one daughter and a son. FLORISTS WILL HOLD SESSIONS North Iowa Convention Will Be Held Thursday at Charles City. CHARLES CITY, March 4.--The florists of north Iowa will hold n convention in the Hildreth hotel Thursday afternoon. H. L. Lockwood will speak on "The Florists' This New Model TOASTMASTER ONLY-- A ND what a toaster it Is. If you liavent ** seen it, you'll certainly want to coma m tomorrow, it's even more simple, moro amazing;, more beautiful tlinn the remarkable first model which revolutionized toast making in America ' It works automatically and won't burn toast. You almnly dron in the bread, press UOWB a lever and lorget about it. In a minute--Pop! Out comes tlic toast. That's all tlicre Is to It. No waiting! No turning! No burning! DOWN --Then 2Sc Weekly Just $12.50 Complete Â»e Sure toi See the New WnHle-Master and _. X^o-SIIce Tonstraaster PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO. r Â«. vju and "FOR BETTER APPLIANCES" DAMON'S, INC. MASON CITY'S CHEERFUL SERVICE STORE UNDERTHING5 Of Beautiful Select Silks GOWNS ... CHEMISES .., STEP-INS... SLIPS... I 95 to '7* 50 You'll marvel at .these striking models. Every one cleverly trimmed and beautifully styled. Tailore'cl and the more frilly types in a fine assortment of daring new pastel shades that are the rage for Spring. Rayon Teddies, $LOO Non-run rayon teddie, with lace and embroidery trim--Note'this exceptionally low price in pastel shades of pink, peach and flesh. Children's Pajamas Munsings of Course .,, Two piece munsing rayon pajamas to close out .regular $1.95 values come in colors of yellow and blue only and slightly seconds. Older People must watch their Bowels Constantly /\S WE grow older the bowels become more sluggish. They don't get rid of all the waste. Some days they do not move at all. So older people need to watch their bowels constantly. Only by doing this can they hope to avoid constipation. When your bowels need help, remember a doctor knows what is best for them, and get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin from the nearest drugstore. Syrup Pepsin is ofamily doctor's prescription for the bowels, good for all ages. No restriction of habits or diet is necessary while taking Syrup Pepsin. Made from fresh, laxative herbs, pure pepsin and other valuable ingredients, it is absolutely safe. It will not gripe, sicken or weaken you. Take a spoonful next time your tongue is coaled, or you have a bad taste in your mouth. It clears up a bilious, headachy, dull, weak, gassy condition every time. When you see how gnnd it tnstcs and how niccitacts.you'Il know why Dr. Caldwcll's Syrup Pepsin is iho world's most popular laxative. Mail to "SYRUP PEPSIN," Monticcllo, Illinois.