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March 4, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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18 MASON CITY GLO8E-GAV5ETTE 90 LAWMAKERS f CLOSE CAREERS Senate Loses'Dean iii Point I . of Service in Senator ;; · Simmons. ;· WASHINGTON, March 4. UP)-- iUjout 1 90 of the country's lawmak- ,'ers/ Jjolng: borne after today's adjournment of congress, are departing for good. *· Sorne are 1 going voluntarily, some Vy verdict of the voters, some for all time and others to make come. Sack efforts, by and by. . · ; · " · · } 'In.the passing 6f Senator'Furni- ·', fold Simmons pf North Carolina, 'who/was defeated in the last elec- - tion primary, -the senate loses its - dean In point of service. He had 'served continuously since March 4, . ;1801i .He is 77. '". Eighty year old -Senator Fredprick Gillett, Massachusetts, rounds but a record of 38 consecutive years ·in congress.' t . V Thirteen senators in all arecon- ·cluding their terms. -In the house, gmost of those going out were first 'termers who came in on the Hoover landslide-of 1928. ';.' More than 16ur score changes oc- ! cur in the/house. Representative 'White, Maine, goes .to the-senate as :'do Dickinson of Iowa and Hull of '.Tennessee. . ', , Company Gets New Charter. :; : ' BRISTOW, March 4.--The West ; Point Mutual Telephone ^company ^received another charter for 20 ;-years., . ' . ' - , . . ' ' . C Eat Everything without Fear of Indigestion^ Are there lots of foods you can't eat -- -^for fear of gae, bloating, pains in the stomach and boVels? ' . J.Eo you have to pass up favorite . OKnes-i-whife the rest enjoy them? ^' That's a sigh you need Tanlac! For °,more than' ten years Tanlac has re.. stored to vigorous health, thousands ' w h o denied; them selves their favorite foods just as you have to. : , Mrs. ArvcnaBowers, of 1 230 Jackson .St.-, Topeka, Kahs., says: "Five years I was troubled with gas, bloating and . dizzy spells. But Tanlac toned up my · -whole system andoricreased my weight iqlbs.'f .. . . . . · . · . . . . . . , ,.i f .y° u suffer from indigestion, gas; dizziness, headaches, constipation or torpid Hver-^jive Tanlac a chance to hdp you ! Th e first bottle of ten brings t h e needed relief . · . . · · · Taialac is a good, pure medicine, .made of roots, barks, and herbs that : are. recognized by the United States Pharmacopoeia. Get it from your ^druggist today. Your money back if V)t doesn't help you. . . Movie Star to Select ' Most Beautiful Girl "Buddy" Rogers to Choose Winner of High School · Beauty Contest. Members of the annual staff of the high' school have announced that a beauty contest is to be held at the high school, the winner to be chosen by Charles "Buddy" Rogers, famous screen star. .In answer" to a request asking if he would make hia choice of the photographs to be sent to him, Mr. Rogers consented to be the judge of these pictures of high school fatnininity. . A ballot was ;taken'in the high school Wednesday morning and ten girls were sele^eted'to represent the first set of-candidates. An assembly will be held Thursday morning, during which these girls will be introduced to the student body. This assembly will also open an intensive annual sale. At this assembly, ballots will be given, and the number of contestants will be reduced to five. : The 10 girls, are Ruth Brown, Betty Bull, Betty Clarke, Margaret' Daniels, Mae Kellum, Phyllis Felt, Dorothy Lynn, Jean Lo veil, Kathleen Glass ana Fern Meurs. ·." The. five remaining cphtestants will go to Wright's Studio Friday and full length pictures of them will be taken. These pictures .will be sentlo the famous screen star.and he will pick the most representative bit of femininity. The winner will be picked according to their qualifications in beauty, figure, and any other points the movie s^tar may stress. - - . - ' ' · . ' · ' · · The winning: .contestant's picture will be placed in .the annual; and her name will not be revealed until the year-book is released in May. CHAKLES ."BUDDY" ROGERS STOP BAD BREATH Thousands of people afflicted with bad breath find quick relief through Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets The pleasant, sugar-coated tablets are taken for bad breath by all who know.' .-.' ' ' ; ' . : · . : ' · · . - · · · . Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets' act gently but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating -them to natural action, clearing the blood and gently purifying; the entire system. They do that which dangerous calomel does ^without any of the bad after effects. ' . . . Olive Tablets 'brings no griping pain or any disagreeable effects. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the formula after 20 years' 1 of practice among patients 'afflicted with bowel and liver complaint, with the attendant bad breath. . Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable .compound; you will know them by their olive color. Take nightly for a week and note the effect. 15c, 30c; 60c.. ELECTRIC MOTOR WORRIES can be eliminated by calling us when you, are in trouble. We v 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. - ELECTRIC 306 Second S. W. BROS. _COMPANY Phone 977 - LEGION PROGRAM INCLUDES DEBATE Free Trade Question to Be \Argued; Wrestlers to Perform. A debate on the economic problem of the' 'centuries, that of .free trade vs.. protection, will be given at the March meeting of Clausen- Worden post of the American Legion Thursday evening' at 8 o'clock. The question will be argued by two Junior college students, Virgil Shook and Tom Yoseloff, .understudies o£ GuyCrosen, local debating coach. The program also will include several numbers in vocal music, according to H. H. Boyce, chairman of the entertainment committee. These will include some numbers from the operetta "The Fortune Teller,", which is. to be 'given soon at the high school. A wrestling match between two contenders for the championship of the high school is'also on the program. Automobiles 'Collide but No One Is Injured The automobiles driven by A. H. Deertz, 922 Madison avenue, northwest, ana · J. E. Kelly, 222' Jefferson avenue northwest,"collided opposite 22 Second street northwest about 6 o'clock Tuesday evening. A hub cap on the Deertz car was dam' ' Theater Is Near Completion. GARNER, March V.--Garner's new sound picture theater is nearing completion. The opening date is set for March 18. PALACE STAKTING SATURDAY ILLICIT $ 10 'LL HAVE To HURRV. j've. * c?or ABour TORTY-'LEVEN P R I Z E For the Best Poem About- Big Sister CLEAR-EYED, COURAGEOUS LITTLE HEROINE OF LES FORGRAVE'S FAMOUS COMIC STRIP Extra! Les Forgrave will present the winner with an autographed original drawing of- his daily comic. IMPORTANT NOTICE^-Each poem entered in this contest to be considered for the cash prize,/must be accompanied by a blank tally sheet such as is used in the Globe-Gazette bridge contest now in progress. These tally.sheets maybe obtained at any of the fifty-four stores and'business houses co-operating with the Globe- Gazette in the bridge contest. See Story on Page 1O Today! MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE PATGHEN MAKES MONTHLY REPORT Sweeper Travels 336.8 Miles and Picks Up 280 Y/srds of Dirt. The sweeper traveled 336.8 miles during the month and picked up about 280 cubic yards of dirt from the streets, according- to the regular monthly report inade by C B. Patchen, superintendent of streets, to P. F. Hopkins, city manager. An additional 20 cubic yards were picked up by hand making- a total of 300 cubic yards for the month. The total cost of the work was $1.19 a gutter mile or $1.43 a cubic yard. . · ' , . ' . x A light snow fell the .first part of the month and was removea from,the business district but m: private walks were shoveled. A total of about 300 cubic yards o£ snow was moved and about 13 tons of sand put on icy streets. About 25 feet, of 18 inch sewer pipe were laid in Bast ipark at the junction of the Willow creek and Lime creek mama. ,The work was done to flatten the angle of the junction to prevent backwater, the jrepoit said. Work was started'on a continuation of the storm sewer to the southwest corner of Central park and about 100 feet of 12 inch tile were laid. · The; graders were .used whenever possible and for the most part, the streets were in fair shape, the report stated. Most of the complaints received during the month were about mudholes in the alleys most of which were taken care of with gravel, hut.-in some cases nothing could be done. A few dirt streets were impassable for awhile. Considerable work was done on equipment during the month and some spring housecleaning done at the scale house. . The equipment shed was completed except for a little painting. MRS, HANNA IS SUIT DEFENDANT $35,000 Sought From Woman at New Hampton by Mrs. Hilmer. NEW HAMPTON,' March. 4.-Mrs. E. J. Hanna of New Hampton has' been named defendant in a damage.suit to collect $35,000. The suit was filed in, district court at Waterloo by Mrs. Nelda Hilmer who charged that the New Hamp-, ton woman-persecuted Mr. Hilmer by bringing false charges against him in court, The case is scheduled to come up for a..hearing -March 25' Farmers Move in Vicinity of Joice - CHAPIN, March 4.--W. H. Bran- ,dow moved near Algona, Clyde Petheram on the farm recently purchased from Mr. Brandow. Earl Petheram moved to the Mrs. Mary Petheram farm, James Olson to the Crawford' farm, Mr. Oliver from Geneva to the Wolf-Nancolas farm south of town, Esslinger and Squires on a'farm near Alden, Mr. Meyers moved on the Robinson farm, Gerald Koch on a farm near Alexander. Minor Spainhbwer moved 'on the Riddle farm vacated by Mr. Koch, Fritz Jamison to the farm he recently bought near Dumont, .Arthur Philpot to the farm he recently purchased that was rented ,by the Jamison family and.Garfield Crawford on the C.' G. Hemm farm. Mr. Meyers from Swaledale moved on the Mrs. O. M. Hansen farm, J. Kephart and family to Meservey where he has opened a blacksmith shop, Dick ' Schoning moved to Sheffield, Jack Withers to the place left vacant by Schoninga, Klaus Smidt to the farm he bought northeast of town, Clifford Peterson to the Klaus Smidt house, Ross Stil- so'n on' the Mahlstadt farm near Aredale, Mrs. Amil Pisher to Hampton, Mr. Earth on the Mrs. Fisher farm and John Abbes of Sheffield on the farm of Classy Steenhardt. New Pastor at Luverne Welcomed at Reception, Installed in Position LUVERNE, March 4--The Rev. and Mrs. fj. Wittenberg were honor guests at a reception and pound party 'at the high schpol gym Sunday evening. 'He is the new Lutheran pastor. There were 350 in attendance. A program of vocal arid instrumental music and talks was given. , The Rev. Mr. Wittenberg wag installed pastor Sunday. The Rev. I-. Kitzman, West Bend, officiating A large crowd attended. At the same time the Rev. P. Brauer, former pastor of LuVerne church was installed pastor of the Trinity church of Algona. The Rev. Ridi- mann, Burt, officiating. At the Fred Schneider' home a large number gathered Sunday. The guests were the Rev. and · Mrs. ^Wittenberg and two children, the Rev. and Mrs. Kitzman and the latter's mother, Mrs. Kitzman West Bend, the Rev. and Mrs. R. Friedrich, Huraboldt,. a Mr. Kitzman and Miss Wittenberg, Mallard, the Rev. and Mrs. Victor Kollraan, Royal E. Zeitz, teacher of parochial school and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Eustace. . Play Will Be Repeated. * CARPENTER, -March 4.--The Carpenter players will repeat the "Brig-htville Indoor Chautauqua" Friday evening in the high school auditorium under-the auspices of the American Legion. . Hero of Fire to Be Burled. IOWA CITY, March 4. OR--Funeral services will be held Thursday morning for Mjrs, Henry Grady, 45, who lost her life in an attempt to saye her 9 year old son, William, from her burning home Sunday. Is Buttermaker at Kiester. 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