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

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 9, 1931
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MARCH 9 1931 Only 2 Candidates Are in School Race at Manly Y ' March 7---The school «*,, i ° r t o e Man!v ^dependent school district will be held Monday. Two directors are to be elected to f"cceed John R. Mitchell and L. W. MASOI* CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Blattspieler. Only one' ticket ha been filed carrying the names o L. W. Blattspieler and Chris Sor eason.. A sophisticate is one who can say 'I'm sorry," and make it sound like "Go to the devi!,"--Cedar Rapid* Gazette. That COLD - X ou can ofteil end them just ayer Aspkin ^ momen t yoive le snee * e should be the sinal or . , ' O T TM to cold and wet isn't half so serious when you ve learned to protect yourself with Bayer AsS £ TM^t- Speet * y re ¥ ° f iooM ". ^daches, nSg?c ' See If YE -It AS PI « · \ T DEBBAN RITES JO BE TUESDAY Aged Greene Resident Dies; Survived by Three Sons and Two Daughters. GREENE, March ».--Funeral services for Frederick Debban, 88 who died at the home of his daugh- u^ ra ,;,, 0 ^ 0 p aP'°W, Saturday ht, will be held at the Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon. Mr Debban was born In Treptow, Germany, and served in the army during the war between Austria-Hungary and Germany and was honorably discharged at its close oh Aug.1, 1867. He came to Amerl- oV?^-, 2(3 ,, 1867 Md w 1111 nls wifa settled In Milwaukee. They came q Butler county in 1873 where he lived since that time. He helped finance and-build the first Lutheran Church here and was the only char- er member living for some time. Sirs. Debban died 24 years ago. He a survived by three sons, William F-, of Portland, Ore.; Henry and Herman of Woodland, Cal., and four daughters, Mrs. H. D. Haase, Claremont, Cal., Mrs. B. p. Wrluht Charles City; Mrs. O. C. Pen-In and Mrs. Otto Paplow of Greene.-JTho *ev. E. A. Bischoff, pastor of the Lutheran church here, will officiate at the funeral services. Burial will be In the cemetery here. 3 rogram Is Presented by Students at Bristow BRISTOW, March 9.--The grammar school gave a program in the opera house Friday evening which was well attended. A two act play Mumps ' and a burlesque band com- ducted by Minor Harlan were specially good. George Young, Miss Dorothy Tjadeu, teacher of the 'oom, trained the pupils. So the marines are coming- home. How strange it will seem to land where they can't see any bananas Midwest | Good Relations Between United States and Canada Important, Says M'Nider L · ' · 11 i T .· « » » * : Aeaocintail Prat I'hoto Collna Le Claire, 28, was held 'In Chicago on suspicion tfint she was a companion of three men who raided a farm near Bpscobel, Wls., last November bunting hidden treasure. Two were killed In the raid. Bents Elected Head of CreSco Gun Club ^CRESCO, March 7--Members of .he Creaco Rod and Gun club held their annual meeting Thursdav evening, and re-elected Will A. Bents president; Donald Mead, vice ^resident; John B. McDermott, secretary, and Herman Kull, field captain. A - resolution was adopted against a bill in legislature which roposes to abolish the office of state game warden and establish a commission. In Their Hands Lies Much' of Future'Developrrient of World, Claim. TORONTO, Can., March e.---In the joint hands of Canada and' the United .States lies the future of North America and In North America lies largely, the future of the world, Col. Hanford MacNider, United States minister to Canada, declared In addressing the Canadian club of Toronto here today. . "The importance of good relations and proper understanding between Canada and the United States is far greater than most of us assume," said Colonel MacNider. "I realize perfectly that one little minister is of no great importance one Traffic Detoured Thru Bristow. BRISTOW, March 9.--The traffic rom No. 10 is being detoured thru here while bridges are being put in Between here and Dumont Washer and Tubs All For Price of WASHER ALONE JUST think of what this '.off er means to you-- y * o r t *»*· convenience-- pleasanter * the THE NEW IMPROVED Automatic Washer Only Do-wn During a Brief Sale · And You Get a Set of $10 Self-Draning Tubs FREE way or the other. Any mistakes he may make will bs forgiven and forgotten; any endeavors on his part to cement the proper relationship between us will be of little consequence in the long run. "The friendly nelghborllness of our UVo nations has withstood many bad shocks, but after any temporary misunderstandings has emerged a clearer and more sympathetic perception of each other's domestic problems and the methods used to meet them. The diplomatic representatives of Canada to us or of the United States to you are merely symbols, but because they are symbols of something so imRprtant to the world it behooves us to be frank and plain In speech and action -- not diplomatic in the oW- world sense of the word. They Had Differences "The histories of our two countries have their beginning In the difference of opinion among- the early British colonists on this continent as to 'the best methods of obtaining their independence from an antiquated system ' of remote control. .My nation was born with' the decision -- not reached, as you know, until well along into the American Revolution-- that a definite break with the mother country was our only salvation. "Those who stilt believed that the difficulties of the faivflung colonies could and would be met thru continued allegiance to Kngland became the builders of Canada and gave it its foundations of government. After the shouting and tumult died down we were both well on the way toward our original objectives. Our task was to work out an entirely new governmental structure; yours to reform the British system to meet new needs and conditions. We have achieved very similar governmental situations in \ha final analysis. Both our peoples have direct and responsive representation which has been, after all, the goal of all our struggles. Canada's basic allegiance to. the great British empire has been maintained, yet she lias won a national integrity of her own. . "The United States became a nation by the severing of those very ties and has religiously endeavored to avoid any new ones of any kind ever since. We are both proud of the result and it would take a brave man to say that either one of us made a mistake. In fact, we are both absolutely sure that we have been right all along, which is as it should be. No one that I know of would have it otherwise. Helped World Stability C ame S In a language which o could understand, have given the world--everything considered--its best example and precept of considerate neighborly behavior. We shall, despite depressions, when all our temples grow gray in the attempt to build up barricades to keep out whatever wenhlnk is bothering us, continue to exemplify that healthy and sane attitude to all the world. "There are occasionally minor difficulties, of course, but with an international border the length of ours the remarkable part of such difficulties is, not that there are any, but that not one out of every thousand contacts or crossings ia anything but friendly and eventless. It Is the rare exception which makes news and headlines, occasionally augmented perhaps by the BACK WITH HONORS HPHE new, improved Aromatic Washer is truly With Each Washer · Plan Now to See Thi« Quality Laundry Equipment Tomorrow You Need Pay But $ 6 Pqoples Gas Electric Co. FOR BETTER APPLIANCES Monthly. 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Take your medicine regularly without inconvenience or embarrassment* Sold at drug stores Lydia E, Pinkltam's Vegetable Comport politics or economic situation of the moment. I venture to say that no two large individual families whose homes adjoin anywhere on earth have had so few conflicts of opinion or in fact of any kind. Certainly that is true between any two families of fairly close relatives. Proud of "Canadians. "Few Canadians can know how the Canadian people as a whole ar-2 regarded In the United States. tfou will probably never realize the intense pride that all America felt In your gallant sons of the Canadian expeditionary forces. It Is something that is difficult to convey and even more difficult to translate into words. As one who has- spent bis life In the United States but has always been interested, because of his family ties with Canada, I .want to say to you that I have never heard any words^ but good words about the people of Canada. "The great outstanding feature of our close relationship, and. the one that makes it vital to all the world, lies in your allegiance to the Important place in the British err^plru. The very fact that our nearest neighbor, biggest business partner, and our best friend, is a member of the British commonwealth of nations gives us an entirely different outlook upon and approach to World affairs than would have ever been possible if our forefathers and yours had cast their lot together. "In our continued understanding and close relationship there is an importance which we can all do well to weigh carefully in these days of unsettled world conditions. We bath still have a lot to learn about each other, and it seems to me we can all do well to Increase our contact by road, by air, by rail, by water or by whatever means of transportation suits each of us best. It is of tremendous importance to your sonj and my sons, and their sons at Lee them, that Canada and the United States continue to trust each other and make it aipolnt to understand each other, because ; in our joint hands lies the future of North America and in North America lied to a greater extent than moat of us are apt to realize the future prosperity and safety of pur world." Rites for Northwood Woman, Found Dead by Husband, Are Held NORTHWOOD, March 9.--Funeral services were held at tho Norwegian Lutheran church in Northwood Saturday afternoon for Mrs. N. O. Hanson of this city who died while asleep at her home. About midnight her husband awakened and could detect no signs of life. He went to the home of a neighbor to call a. physician .who confirmed his fears as to her lifeless ^condition. Coroner L. G. Hewitt was notified but no inquest was held. Death apparently came aa she slept at her husband's side. She was about 80 years of age and had been in poor health for some time. The Rev. J. W. YlvisaKer conducted the services. Burial was made at' Northwood. Mrs. Brandenburg Heads Bristow Church W. M. A. BRISTOW, March 9.--The W. M. A. of the United Brethren church met at the home of Mrs. Ed Brandenburg Friday afternoon. Officers elected were: President, Mrs. Jennie Brandenburg; vice president, Mrs. Louisa Newbury; secretary, Mrs. Bertha Boylan; treasurer, Mrs. Bessie Newbury. Mrs. Ed Brandenburg, Mrs. W. A. Richards and Mrs. D. A. Newbury are delegates to the state convention in Ames some time in May. Lake Mills to Have 8 Music Contest Entries LAKE MILLS, March 9.--The Lake Mills high school wilt make eight entries in the district music contest to be held at Mason City March 28. The boys' glee club, thft girls' glee club, a mixed chorus, a girls' sextet, a mixed quartet and three solpists will appear. The soloists are Kathlyn Price, alto, Viola Twito, soprano, and Mary Nerby piano. Hayfield Group Gives Banquet for Families HAYFEELD, March 9.--The Mail Isdn Ladles Progressive club an., families of members enjoyed a din ner and party at the Forest Cltv Country clubhouse Friday evening The members of the south end were ;uesta of the north and members ·oturning a compliment of n. former outh end party. Games and music .urnished by the Statts orchestra were offered. Sinclair Lewis, author and winner of the Nobel prize for literature, Is back in the U. S. after a trip to Europe for the ' purpose of receiving the award from the Nobel committee. In reply to a British lecturer who had criticized him in his absence, the author of Babbitt said: "New Vork may have tho noisiest streets in the world, but London has the noisiest lecturers." "Womanless Library" Will Broken on Plea of lowan's Daughter LEMARS; March 7. UP)--The will of T. M. Zink, who left his estate for the purpose of building a "womanless library," wag ordered broken today by Judge C. W. Pitts upon petition of Zink's daughter, Mrs Margaret P. Becker of Los Angeles. Zink was found to be mentally deranged after Dr. George Donohoe, superintendent of the state hospital for the insane at Cherokee, testified that letters written by Zink showed traces of insanity. FOUR INJURED IN RIDGEWAY CRASH Hog: Runs Across Road and Upsets Auto; Victims Are Recovering. CRESCO, March 9.--All "road hogs" are not humans by any means for a hog of the swino variety was the cause of a serious auto accident on highway No. 9 four miles east of RIdgeway. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burgess, all pf Crescb, were driving to Dc- corah to attend a basketball game when a large hog suddenly attempted to cross the road ahead of the car. He was too slow to get out of the way and the car was going toq fast to stop. The impact threw the car into the ditch and Injured · all four occupants. They were taken to Mercy hospital, Cresco, where stitches were taken in their wounds and medical aid given. Saturday they were taken to their homes where they are recovering, Community Oil Firm Formed at Swea City SWEA CITW, March 9 An at:empt is being made to organize a community oil station. The organ- "zers are trying to sell 300 shares n this concern which will be managed by a local group. About ISO or the shares have been sold. Play Will Be Given by Rock Falls R.N. A. Lodge ROCK PALLS, March 9.--Mem- icrs of the Royal Neighbor lodge, are working on the play entitled 'And Mary Did," which they will five at the school gymnasium Wednesday evening. Buys Car Repair Business ROCK FALLS, March 9.--Floyd lamllton, Mason. City, has bought he auto repair business of rienry -ittnsing and will t take possession Monday. The family Is moving into he Pacey house. Damon's TUESDAY 3 Hour Sale 10 A. M. Until 1 p. M. FROCKS 3.98 Values to $13.05 g.66 " Values to $19.85 Silk, chiffon and knit dresses in many colors ... at these ridiculously low prices for three hours only ... 10 A. M. until 1 P. M. Racks Floor of Fashions will be covered until 10 o'clock. --the Second DAMON'S, THE CHEERFUL SERVICE STORE A Special Showing of Tied and Dyed Velvet SCARFS This is the largest assortment of these gorgeous scarfs we have ever shown. You'll find just the color combinations you desire in all sizes. Compare these prices. Make your selections Now I Size 9 x 18 95 C Size 12 x 18 $1.25 Size 12 x 24 $1.50 Size 12 x 36 $1.75 Size 12 x 50 §2.50 Size 1 8 x 3 6 §3.95 Size 18 x 72 54.95 Size 25 x 25 53.59 Size 36 x 36 $5.50 Size 50 x 50 $10.50 Drapery Department--Second Floor See Our Window Display

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