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MASOJN CITY U MARCH B 1931 44TH ASSEMBLY SENDS TOTAL OF 25 BILLS TO GOVERNOR MANY MEASURES GIVER APPROVAL Highway Legislation Among Most Important of Bills , Passed. . . DES MOINES; March 6. variety of subjects is covered by the 25 bills .which 'have reached Gov. Dan 'Turner since 'the forty-fourth general assembly opened - Jan; 12, the most important of the group probably being the highway legislation. The majority of the measures haa already been signed by the governor. . . . ' ' Â· ' ' During the seven weeks of- the first-half, of the session none of the .tax revision .measures reached the governor. Several,' including the , county assessor, measures and the income tax, have received final ap- ; proval in one branch of the house, Â·. but none has been finally approved by both chambers. . . . . . . ' Â· Â· The legislators'got the state road Â· bond amendment legislation out'of the way early. This included passage : for the second time of the $100,000,000 bond amendment and auxiliary Â· bills setting June 16. as the date for " a special election on' its ratification, arid authorizing court tests on ' amendments before submission for referendum. It is under this "latter bill that the constitutionality of the amendment is novf being tested in Polk county district court. The governor has approved the CJearman and White hills which will permit counties to sell the remainder of bonds issued for secondary road improvement. Sale of the bonds was halted by court action. \ Two bills which would affect certain, interstate bridges or bridge projects also have the governor's approval. ' They are the Scott bill to premit the merger of interstate bridge companies and the Kimberly bill which would permit charter cities to issue bonds for interstate Â· bridges; The (latter bUl ig especially applicable to Davenport. Play Is Presented by Dumqnt School Alumni 1 DUMONT, March 6.--The alumni of the Dumont high school are presenting 1 a four-act comedy drama, "The Mender," at the Star theater Thursday and Friday nights. 'The cast consists of Thada Canon, Kenneth Noelting, Dr. J. H. Lerdal, Wilrnina Roll, Helen Roll and Donald Pfaltzgraff. Mrs. Mina Day Britcher is director of the play. WYOMING CHIEF Photo above is the first taken of acting Gov. Alonzo M. Clark of Wyoming since he took office at Cheyenne. Clark became the state executive shortly following the recent death of Gov. Frank C. Emerson. He was secretary of state. . Â· MRS, STEVENSON, ALLISON, DIES Funeral Rites Are Held for Aged Woman; Leaves Six Children. ALLISON, March 6.--Funeral services-for, Mrs. D. A. Stevenson, 75, were held Friday afternoon at the Associated churches. Interment was made in the Allison cemetery. Mrs. Stevenson died Wednesday at her home after an illness of two years of heart disease. 'She is survived by her husband, three daughters, Mary and Mrs. John Moralee of Allison, Mrs. Maua Goodsell of Janesville and three sons, George of Nashua, Charles and Frank of Allison. A son, David, Jr., died on June 20, 1930. English Doctor, Too, Praises Wonder Formula Dr. P. W. Hartl.y H.lly.r, M. D., EJueaiotf t Collegia!* College, .Surrey, Southampton, England. His statement* an highly rtgardad. CONSERVATIVE OLD ENGLAND AMAZED, BECOME INVIGORATED, BUOYANT AND CAREFREE AS POISONOUS "TOXINS" of constipation that cause sleeplessness, poor appetite, headaches and tired worn-out feeling are driven out of your system. Staid old English physician is enthused over the health 'giving powers of Vitalex after hospital and laboratory tests in countless cases of 'tired, worn-out, "old 'before their age" patients. He knows there is only one way to be perfectly healthy. That is to bring about a proper co-ordination of all the internal organs- stomach. liver, kidneys and intestines. Until your body is functioning as it should .you will never know how wonderful life really ii. Thousands of men and women here who formerly suffered nights of sleeplessness and days of tontinual misery have now been restored to health and can Ret a keen pleasure out of life since receiving the benefit of vitaminized Vitaiex. Vitalex is sold on a money back guarantee that you must feel. eat. sleep and look better or your money will be refunded. VITALEX IN TABLET FORM No Free Samples But a Fulf Bottle of Vitalex to Test Can b. conveniently the Pocket or Purs* Brady Drug Co. 102 North Federal Phoho 108 HERE AND THERE * * . . Â» ' . . . , Â· * . Â· Â· ; Â» . Â· Â· . * * * Â» t * * *~" a Â·'* Â· * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Now-Live Near Hutchlns. HOTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hunsley of Stilson have moved to the Hutchins vicinity and will farm. Works at Dumont, CLARKSVTLLE--Charles Shepard returned to work on the Journal at Dumont, he was formerly employed by the Clarksville Star. Wife Is in Hospital. MESERVEY--C. C. Smith was' at Des Moines Wednesday -with his wife, who is in a hospital there. Auxiliary Holds Meeting. ,: BANCROFT--Members of the ladies auxiliary met at the homa of Mrs. Joe Cogley. Edna McDonald and Helen Cogley were assisting hostesses. Returns From Des Moines. ; GARNER--Mrs. .C. H. Tompkins returned from Des Moinea Wednesday night where she had been wj.th her mother, Mrs. Wilson, for two weeks. Mrs. Wilson has been very ill but is .improving. 1 Taken to Hospital. PLYMOUTH--Elaine Borchardt, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Borchardt, was taken to p. hospital at Mason City. Returns to Meservey. MESERVEY--Carl Hen-man returned from Sigourney, where hr spent the winter. He will work for Ed Rooks again this year on the farm. Third Son Is Born. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Livingston are the parents of a son, born Wednesday morning. This is their third child, all b'oys. Leave for California. WHITTEMORE--Robert Braatz and his nephew, Walter Zabel of Milwaukee left by auto for a trip to California. They will go by way of Denver and Salt Lake City. Entertains Ladies Aid. SCAR VTLLE--Mrs. Fred Yine- man and Mrs. MHer Nelson, entertained the Ladies Aid THursday afternoon. Comes From Skyburg. EAGLE GROVE--Mrs. Melvin Nicol of Skyburg, Minn., is visiting a few weeks at the home of her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rice She was formerly Miss Alice Rice. Â· Comes From Des Moines. BELMOND--A. P. McGregor of Des Moines was irr.town Thursday calling on his old friends. Is New Manager. BELMOND--W. D. Schlieffarth a the manager of the new Phillips _as station, recently completed on No. 15 west Belmond. ' Comes From Brooklyn. SHEFFIELD--Edwin Paden, Jr., Brooklyn v N. iY:, is visiting- at the home of his sister; Mrs. A. H. Freudenberg. Visits With Parents. EAGLE GROVE--Mrs. .Elmer Holmquist of Chicago is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Prehm. . .Mission Society Sleets. BELMOND--Mrs. G. F. McBurney entertained the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the M. E. church at her home Thursday afternoon. She was assisted by Mrs. Baurel Hell and. Mrs. J. ,C. Buthman was leader of-the lesson. A ladies' quartet furnished special music. Bancroft Moves Made Â·, BANCROFT -- Wilbur Fox took possession of the Mrs. Graver Tyler house which he recently purchased. Mrs. Tyler will move into rooms at Mrs. Froelhe's and v Joe .Fox will move into the house .vacated by Wilbur Fox.' Is From Chicago G A R N E R -- Henry Schroeder, president of the Schroeder Livestock company of Chicago, was transacting business here and went from here to Klemme, his old home, to visit friends Thursday. Are From Minnesota. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Irons of Minnesota are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eldridge. Mrs. Irons and. Mrs. Eldridge are sisters. IVas Awjiy Four Months CLARKSVTLLE -- Mrs. N a n c y Cooper, who has spent the past four months with her cousins, Mr; anc Mrs. Arthur Storcr, at Goldfield has returned home again. ' Meservey Agent Is HI MESERVEY--S. Severson of Austin is working for J.' J. Ruiter, loca agent of the C. G. W., who is laying of this week on account of sickness. First Child Is Bora BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Bert Quinn are the parents of a baby girl. This is their first child. Return to Litchfield B A N C R O F T --Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Nelson returned to their bom at Litchlield, Minn., Tuesday after spending two weeks at the -horn of Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Behrman. First Child Is Born HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. Har old Smith are the parents of a seven pound baby girl born at their home Wednesday. This is their first child. Leaves Hospital CLARKSVTLLE-^Joe Van Slyke has returned home after a three weeks' stay at the Mercy hospita in Waverly. Recovers From Operation MESERVEY--Miss Mildred Jan asen is home from Cedar Falls, re covering from an appendicitis oper ation. wwo is in. GOLDFIELD--E. A. Clue was called to Waterloo by the'illness o his wife who recently underwent ar one-ration in the hospital of tha city. Street SÂ»lo Is PInnnpri.- CARPENTER--There .will be a street sale held here Wednesday March 11. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the. State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa manufactures more than $21,000,000 worth of engines, turbines and car wheels each year. FARMERS BLOCK CATTLE TESTERS 500 Men Keep State Officers From Enforcing Iowa T. B. Law. TIPTON, March 6. UP)--Attempts of the state to force tuberculosis testing of dairy and breeding cattle in Cedar county were thwarted yesterday when more than. 500 farmers from Cedar, Scott and Muscatine counties gathered at the E. C. Mitchell farm south of here and defied officials to test the cattle. State veterinarians, accompanied by Sheriff Foster Maxson and a deputy, came to the farm only to find that the animals had been removed. There was no disorder. The farmers dispersed after staying about two hours. The veterinarians announced they would return to Des Moines to await further orders from Secretary of Agriculture Mark C. Thornburg. Is in Chicago. GOLDFIELD--Sidney C. Cleveland is spending the week in Chicago. Buys Billiard Hall. GOLDFIELD--Howard Vest purchased a billiard hall at Webster City. Is Now In Nevada ALGONA--Mrs. J. F. Overmyer s in Nevada, where she will enter a sanitarium for a rest. "Mother Is III BRISTOW--Mrs. Frank Roberts adn daughter, Fern, of Lafayette, nd., came Tuesday, to assist in car- ng for Mrs. Roberts' mother, Mrs. Edward Graham, who has been ill or several weeks. Visit in Des Moines NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Dlie Morphew and. Louise-iyislted at 3ie Irving;Â·Grossman home in Des Momes. Mrs. Grossman Was Miss Janet Morphew. Leave for Wisconsin RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. William Redfield, former residents of Rudd, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Downing and son have gone to. Wisconsin to visit a daughter of Mr. Redfield. Bridge Club Meets ROCKFORD--Mrs. Alma Kruse and Mrs. Florence Heiney enter- :ained the Wednesday afternoon orldge club at the Kruse home. Mrs. Uoyd Merrick and Mrs. Arthur Dunkeiberg- were awarded prizes. Retires From Fanning BRISTOW--Andrew Jepsen,, who lived northwest of here for many years, is retiring and has moved his furniture into the Mrs. William Anderson house in town. His sons, Henry and Lawrence, 'Will manage the Jepsen farm. Clubs Hold Meetings NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Frank Hofmaster was hostess to the Optimistic club Tuesday. Mrs. Leonard Bellows entertained the Fortnightly club Thursday and the Neighborhood club met with Mrs. Carl Thompson Thursday afternoon and the Priscilla club was entertained Friday by Miss Bertha Straubl. Two Attend Convention ALGONA--A. K. Cliff and Loren Minkler attended a convention in Des Moines. Two at Rudd 111 RUDD--Mrs. Harvey Roy has been il! and Helen suffered an appendicitis attack. Go to New Home SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders left early Wednesday morning' for their new home on their farm 40 miles southwest of Des Moines. Their house will be closed f o r a while. Â· Â· Â· Â· - Â· . Â· Â· Ts at Hospital G A R N E R -- Charles Oll'enberg submitted to a double operation al Mercy hospital, Mason City. Move at Carpenter. CARPENTER--Mr. 'and Mrs. rohn Platt moved in the William Niekerson house. Mr. Nickerson and 'amily have moved on their farm. . W. F. M. S. Has Meeting. Â·AREDALEV-Mrs. Orley Miller entertained the W. F. M. S. at her lome Thursday. This was an all day meeting and dinner was servec at noon. - ' Are From Detroit. AREDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Jess 3urtis and son; Clare, and Wernor Teut'er of Detroit drove thru Wednesday and are'now visiting relatives here. They expect to be here one week. Return to Lyle. LYLE, Minn.--Victor and Maybelle Vols'tad have returned from lear Lake where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Volstad. O. E. S. School Is Held. DOWS--Dows chapter, 357, Order of the Eastern Star, met in special session Wednesday evening. Instructor of District 7, Mrs. Clara Preston, Alden, was present. A school of instruction was held in :he afternoon and initiation work was put on in the evening. . Honored at Party. CALMAR--Mrs. E. Bergman, Mrs. F. Hennessey and Mrs. W. Miller,were hostesses.Wednesday al luncheon at jthe home of Mrs. P. Hennessey in honor of Mrs. Al- )ert Holmes who is moving to Chicago this week. Mother Is'111. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone drove to Cedar Falls, called there by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. E. Schroeder. Mr. Stone returned home Thursday morning. Auxiliary Holds Meeting. ALLISON--The regular meeting of the American Legion auxiliary was held at the home of Mrs. E. C. Cepler Wednesday evening. A re)ort of the president-secretary's convention held at Des Moines re- ently was given by Mrs. Zella Weiland, president of' the Allison unit. Are From Chicago.. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. 'ohn Mitchell, Chicago, visited iVednesday at the L. N. Priem home. They came from Mason City vhere they attended the funera! of her sister, Mrs. Clara Drinkwater. Pair Charged With Manslaughter CEDAR RAPIDS, March 6. (7P-- Ray Divine and Tom Cruise were indicted yesterday for manslaughter in connection with the killing of William Mozena, 60, Cedar Rapidi crossing flagman, Jan. 29. Botl deny having been in the car which struck Mozena. Council Bluffs Woman Missing. COUNCIL BLUFFS, March 6. UP --Police were seeking Mrs. E. J Eckhart of Council Bluffs who has been missing since Wednesday night. Her husband reported to po lice Thursday that she Â· had been threatened by an acquaintance few hours before her disappearance Heads Waterloo Chamber. WATERLOO, March 6. OT)--James E. Armstrong, president of the Arm strong Manufacturing company, Is the new president of the Waterloo Chamber of Commerce. C. A. Han sen will continue as secretary, n position he has filled for nine years NEW BURT BANK OFFICERS NAMED Dr. Peters Is Elected Head; Opening of Institution Expected Soon. BURT, March 6.--The organization of the new Burt Savings bank has been completed and at a meeting of the stockholders Wednesday night the following officers and directors were elected: Dr. W. T. Peters, president; F. E. Rubey, vice president; J. F. Heaney, cashier, and L, E. Linnan of Algona, G. W. Patterson, W. A. MacArthur and G. W. Bleich, directors. As soon as the charter is procured, which will probably be in a few days, the bank will be open for business. The bank will have a capital stock of $23,000. MILES TALKS TO ( WAVERLY LEGION Record Crowd Hears Editor Give Address; Military Training Backed. WAVERLY, March 6.--Defending vigorously the compulsory military training courses at state institutions, Frank Miles, editor of the ' Iowa Legionaii-e and recently named to the state board of education, was the featured speaker at e Bremer county Legion meeting here. Two hundred fifty persons, the largest ever to attend a. county , meeting, were present. Miles said I the cost for compulsory training I was less per capita than it would b'e for optional training, that only one Iowa Legion post has voted against compulsory training; that of all'col- leges having compulsory training.- only Wisconsin has dropped it, and that 73 colleges are asking for equipment and officers to give the training. Latimcr Barber Shop Is Sold L A TIM E R , March 5--Carl V. Wolfe has sold his barber business to Walter McAllister of Dows. Mr. Wolfe has not yet made definite plans as to where he will locate. a Twin - Ifjnition Â·Â·It's a new experience! V_/ infi of the chief reasons for the flashing acceleration and smooth speed and power of Nash Eight-80 and Eight- 90 models is aircraft-type Twin-Ignition. In each cylinder, too spark plugs placed opposite each other, fire at precisely the same instant. The highly compressed gas ignites at two points. It is burned more quickly, efficiently. The result:--A more powerful explosion--instant responsiveness --notable gasoline economy. The moment you step on the accelerator, you will realize the important difference Twin-Ignition makes. Let's go for a ride together--soon.- The National Owner's Service Policy Assures Nash Owner* Standardised Service Everywhere Six-60 4-Door Sedan 6-cvI., IMV4* Wheelbase $946 Delivered Eight-80 4-Door Sedan 8-oyl., 121'Wheelba.Â» 5 1415 Delivered Eight-77 4-Door Sedan So^^heelb.,. Delivered Eight-90".4-Door Sedan 8-oyl., 124* Wheelbmo 51717 Delivered FULLY EQUIPPED-NOTHING MORE TO BUY NASH A N E W D E A L F O R T O D A Y ' S D O L L A R Kleckner-Nash Company 323 Second St. S. W. Phone 208 Saturday Is Perfume Day at MERKEL'S 75c 75c ,75c' Corday's Toujours mio, one dram Guerlain's L'Heure Eleue (Blue Hour), one d r a m . . . . Caron's Le Narcisse Noir (Black Narcissus), one di'am Giro's Jasmin, one dram Houbigant's Queiques 'Fleur, one dram .'. Eoger and Gallet's D'Argent (Silver Poppies) one dram. Eoger and Gallet's FJeur D'Amour (Flower of Love) QC/Â» one dram ODC Lanchere Flair, QC*Â» one dram Â«5D C Coty's L'Aimant, L'Origan, Chypre, Paris, or Emeraude, OC one dram Â«5Â«3 C Djerkiss Perfume, Â«p. one dram Â£D C April Showers Perfume, OP oned ran^ bt)C Richard Hudnut's Three Flower or Yanky Clover Perfume, OA/Â» one dram fccll C Ben Hur Perfume, one dfram* Rieger's Sweet Kiss Perfume, one d r a m . . . . 20c 20c We are now prepared to make loans to veterans of the World War on their Adjusted Compensation Certificates. Loans will be made promptly to veterans upon proper identification at the rate of 41/2 per cent as'provided in the Emergency Adjusted Compensation Act of 1931. \ ( MASON CITY, IOWA Affiliated With Northwest Baricorporalion SHEPARD FARM LOANS j MR. LANDOWNER: During the nineteen years this office ass loaned more than ten million dollars to farmers in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. We have a large number of loan companies that give us exceptionally 'good service. Drop us a line and let us know your requirements. Our ioana are made on the regular five-year plan and also on the amortization' plan with liberal prepayment options and at lowest interest rates. We also handle city Ioana on good Mason City property and have 'some mortgages for sale to investors. Long Distance Ph. No. 284-285 Hugh Shepard Rooms 501513 flIASON CITY, IOWA* M. B. A. BIdg.