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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 10 1931 I] 1,5 AVERAGE IS INCREASED TO 2 Better Scholarship Demands Announced by Dorcas, Registrar. IOWA CITY, Mat'eh ; 1'0.--Raisin^ of the -scholarship btahdarua tor . graduation from the "University of lowa'college of literal arts hag been announced by H. C. Dorcas, registrar.' ' · . ' ' ' · . · .,' · :: .Effective next September, a total of "240 grade points,'or a 2 point average, will be required on the 120 semester-hours counted toward a degree.- The average now required is 1.5 points. '_ The present regulation will apply for students who- have completed courses in the .college prior to September, but for work done thereafter 2 grade points for each 'se. master-hour will be required. Students, who graduate in February or June,~1932] are the sole exceptions; the 1.5 rule holds good in their case. 1 - · . · " · . ' · · - . . . - · · ' 7 Schools 100 Per Cent. - WAVBRLY,' March : 10.--Seven Bremer county rural schools have reached the 100 per cent mark in regard to dental inspection for pupils. The.seventh school is district No. 6 of Polk township with Mrs. James Zwanziger as teacher. Each school reaching the mark is given a holiday by County Superintendent Mildred Smith. - Will Give Play at Woden. WESLEY; March. 10.--The school , faculty plans' to give their play "Kal's Kalaboo'se" at Woden Satur-" day night, -March 21. The Woden band will furnish music. The play was given here Feb. 26. The faculty plans to attend the district teachers convention at Mason City Thursday and Friday of next week. Butler Pastors Hold Meeting.' AREDALE, March 10.--Nineteen pastors of the different churches of 'Butler county met at the M. E. church here Monday morning. - . . i ~ Father and Son Are Reunited in Omaha After 3 Year Search SIOUX CITY, March 10. I--John J. Reardon, Sioux City, was reunited with his father, John'Reardon, 47 V today, after a separation of .three years during which the son sought his father to inform him of an inheritance of 300 acres of land in Illinois left the elder Reardon by a brother. The father was found in Omaha yesterday when he had been traced thru a letter to his son's attorney. RITKHELPOR MRS.STURGEN Wife of Former School Head in Hancock Succumbs in Clarion. ' GARNER, March 'iO.--Mrs. Flora Sturgen, 83, a longtime resident here, .was buried in Concord cemetery yesterday beside the body of hej daughter and son,-Mary and John, who ' died in 1883. Services were held at the home of her .daugh- er, Mrs. Granville-Smith, at Clarion. ;Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sturgen .and :wo older children came to Garner frofii Washington, Iowa, about 1880 and made, their home here until 1896, when they moved ^to Clarion, where they bought a /farm. Two years later they bought" a fa mi four miles northeast of Mason City! The children attended the "Mason City high school. Mr. Sturgen, who survives his wife, was county superintendent of schools in Ilancqck county :pr a number of years! Thru in- 'irmities of his years Mr: Sturgen s in a . Masonic home in Fergus Tails, Minn. ,and' could not attend he funeral of his wife. Sister Dies in Michigan KLEMME, March 10.--Mrs. Ben Coobs and Mrs. Harry Buss and son, Harlan, were called to Flint, Mich., by the death of their sister, Mrs. Oscar Poole. Mrs. Poole was 11-for some time. She leaves five thildren. Wifien You INDULGE EVERY man, woman and child will occasionally over-indulge. But don't suffer^for your,indiscretions. It's folly to 'do so when you can so easily sweeten and settle a sour, upset stomach with a little Phillips' Milk of Magnesia. Hearty eaters have long since learnM tjie quick comfort this'per- fect anti-_cid brings. Smokers know how it neutralizes nicotine; brings back'-i sweet taste; cuards the breath. Women know what it does for nausca-^-or sick headache. And- when children have over-eaten-are bilious, constipated or otherwise upset--give them a/little of the same, pleasant-tasting and milky- white Phillips' Milk of Magnesia. You'll be through with crude methods once you learn the perfect way. Nothing else has the same quick, gentle effect. Doctors proscribe it for sour stomach, indigestion, heartburn, gas, nausea, headache. It has been-.standard with them for over 50!years. Insist on .genuine Phillips' Milk of Magnesia; a less perfect product may not act the same. The genuine is always a liquid--never in tablet" form--and the name Phillips ia always on bottle and wrapper. Fight Fat In Your Doctor's He Knows What's Right Fhyadans tie \rorid over, now employ a new method of treating obesitjr. It is based on modem science, and aims to correct the cause. No starvation, no crrer-exerase, no harmful drugs. The reason is this: Medical research Ins found a great cause of obesity in a ·weakened thyioiii gbnd. That gland largely controls nutrition. Its (ecretioo helps turn food into fuel and energy. When that secretion is scant, too much food turns to fat. . " So physicians now feed the factor that 11 lacking. That is one great reason why ·"p-i^gc fat la so muchjess common than it used to be. . Used m Marmola Matmola prescription tablets _supjJy.. tits needed factor in ideal combination, A wodd-famoca medical laboratory prepares them to fit the average cant. A cook in each box gives tbe formula complete and explains the resuh*. Tbe pni- pcxe is to snppty this new method, at a modest price, to all who are cner-fat. Marmola has been used for 24 yean -- nHBons of boxes of it. Users have told others the results, and the use hai spread. It baa for two decades held top pbce in , Nowyon tee tie results wherever you Boot Your own friends can tell you of ftiem. Excess fat has. been disappearing i« a rapid rate in hte yeao. Avoid the Brand Etacog aD tbk tune, many fake treatments bare been offered tot dtxatj. Some were harmful, some absurd. One by one they have dropped ont as users Jmoai them false. But others have come under new names. i But Marmola has stood the test of time, because it offers the right way to reduce. The use has grown and grown as users proved it out. Let these facts . guide you. Don't be misled. You cannot grow siender'witbout harm and much effort, unless you correct the real cause ofobenty. Do what modem doctors do. Fat is Abnormal Excess fat is a blight to beauty, health and vim. To those who know it suggests an abnormal condition. It overtaxes hearts, shortens lives, it quells vitality and vim. Half life's joys are missing to the fat. 'fee moderate in all things, but don't starve, 1 don't ovcr-eierase. Such methods often bring injury. Combat the cause in an easy way, as multitudes are doing._Simply take a Marmola tablet four times daily, until weight comes down to normal. Watch the New Vim As weight comes down, watch the new vitality, new vim. Not only because you lose the burden of fat, but for other reasons. Other ductless glands depend on the thyroid for activity. So this simple help may bring many amazing results. Go try Marmola. A nine-day treatment costs 21 at drug stores. Read the book in the box. When Marmola does for you what it has done for so many, tell others about it. Go start today. L Prescription Tablets % The Right Way to Reduce STANDARDS REQUIRED FOR GRAPUATIQ HERE AND THERE * · ! : * ' ,,*, ' * * · * * , J * ' · · ' * * ' * .* * . ' · * " * * · ' . ' * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota . Comes From Lansing. NORA SPRINGS -- Miss Alice Johnson of Lansing is visiting her aunts, Mrs. Jay Bishop and Mrs. Will Haight. ' ; -.. ; · .' ' ';; Visit 'at -Fonda. ' · CLAKKSVILLEi-- Mr. and Mrs. Al Wengert and son, Kenneth, visited relatives at Fonda over the week-end. · . ill at Clarksvifle. CIxARKSVILLE-- Mrs. Will Roberts had a bad attack of heart-disease and is in quite a serious condition. Visit nt Woden. . WODEN-- Mr., and Mrs. D'. U. Kruse and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Alfke of Little Rock visited at the home of the Rev. "and 'Mrs. Henry Kruse. ,W'IU Entertain Club. GARNER-- Mrs. C. v E. Barnes will entertain the Entre Nous club at her home Wednesday. Sister III in Colorado. ' 'ROWAN-- Mrs.: Arthur Hanson has been called to. Colorado Springs, Colo'., by the serious illness of her sister, Mrs; E. H. Flinn. Come From Des Mohies. OSAGE -- Gene Foss and Carl Hathaway of Des Moines visited at the H. E. Tuttle home from Friday' until Monday where Mrs. Fosa is spending some weeks with her grandfather, Mr. Tuttle.- Visit at Swaledalc. S WALED ALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Fernau of Cedar Falls visited. Sunday with their -parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Fernau. Guests at Hut chins. HUTCHEMS.-- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McMillin and son of 'Winnebago, Minn., visited Saturday and Sunday with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McMillin here and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Arnett of Britt. ' Special Meetings Close. GOLDFIELD -^- The Methodist church closed a successful two weeks of evangelistic meetings Sunday evening. The Rev. Mr. Lease of Algona, district superintendent, was in charge of the services assisted by the -local pastor, the Rev. L. N. Moody. · ·'Swaledule Party Held. ·SWALEDALE -- Mrs. Richard Carr had a quilting party with 15 women present., Gather at Algona. HUTCHINS-- Mr. and Mrs. John. Wermersen spent Sunday in Algona at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wermersen, Sr. Another son, George Wermersen, formerly of Britt, but now of Miller, S. Dak., ' ' ' ' , . . ' - , - . . ;i:' WU1: JJ6 L : jPractlce' Teaching. ;.V. :' , BELMOND -- Miss ; Margueri te Studebaker returned Friday from Iowa State Teachers .college, Cedar Falls. She* will spend three months at Mason City doing her practice teaching before completing her course. vAre Carpenter Guests. CARPENTER-- Mr. , and Mrs. George Heard and two sons, -Marshalltown, were week-end visitors at the homes of his brothers, Elmer and Walter Heard. Improves From Tiieumoniu. SEXTON-- Mrs. . Ray Olsen has been ill with flu and pneumonia, but is improving now. Are Troin \Viseonsin CARPENTER -- Mrs. Oliver Sev- ersori, Mrs. Belinda Severson and son, George, of Durand, Wis., visited Saturday with Miss Carrie Lee, having been to Emmons, Minn., to attend the funeral of Mrs. Belinda Severson's father, Gilbert Dahl. They are former residents here. Visits in Bancroft BANCROFT-- J. H. Green will spend several days, with friends here. 'He has been living with his daughter, Mrs. Charles Balding, at Velva, N. Dak. Until a year ago he lived in Bancroft. Visit in Allison ALLISON-- Mr. and Mrs. Jake Reigert and Miss Jennie Fuls of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fuls and family. They spent the afternoon at Parkersburg with other relatives there. Entertains at Birthday MARBLE ROCK -- Mrs. Katie Sours was hostess to the ladies of the Birthday club at her home on Hutches street. Returns to Clarksville CLiARKSVILLE-^James D. Rot- erts returned home' after a. week's visit to friends in Center Point and Cedar Rapids. Return From Minneapolis v BURT-- L. H. Schenck went to Minneapolis Saturday and Sunday brot home his wife, who had been spending a week .there. , I,eave on Visit ARMSTRONG-- Mrs. W. A. Art- irieyer and Mrs. Charles Dennison left Tuesday for a visit with their parents at Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Dennison at Columbus Junction. .Awaits . at Thornton ' THORNTON-- Miss .Lucille Morris, who is attending State Teachv ers' college, Cedar Falls, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morris over the week-end. Many nt O. E. S. Party · OSAGE-- The Bethany chapter, O. E. S. gave a benefit bridge and 500 party Monday evening with about 50 tables. First Son Is Born NORA . SPRINGS-- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Blunt are parents of a son, born Saturday morning weighing 10'/ pounds. He has been named Edwin Virgil and is the first son, having six sisters. Aid Will Leave SWALEDALE-- The BnptiBt Ladies' aid will serve lunch Wednesday noon in the church dining room. IT'S A HE-DEB Associated Press Photo This charming society bud is Vernon Hamel of .Chicago and Oshkosh,. Wis., leading "lady" in the University of'Wisconsin ·all-male musical comedy, "It's a Gay IJfe." YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every'Day About the Stata Fou Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa invested capital is making it possible for more than 300,000 of former Iowa residents to liye at ease in other states, mostly California. ' - do to Iowa City. ROCK FALLS--Supt. 'and Mrs. C. M. Holmes and two sons, David and Robert, spent Saturday a t ; Iowa City; Guest Is Honored. ROCK PALLS--The Misses 'Dorothy and. Madeline Edgar entertained a group of young persons in honor of their ;guest,- Miss Ruty Calvert, Cedar rFalls;-a former^xesideht iherey '; Mother Is Dead. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Otis are in Rockwell City where they were called on account of the death of Mrs. Otis' mother. Burial was in Illinois. Husband Suffers Stroke. ROCKFORD--Mrs; C. E. Ayres was called, to Bettendorf Saturday where her husband who is a patient in the Masonic hospital is suffering- from a stroke. Returns to Rock Falls. ROCK PALLS--Mrs. George Duff returned Subday.evening from Sioux City where she spent six weeks caring for iher sister-in-law, Mrs. Addie Fay Morris who was ill. Is Criticaly.Ill. SCARVILLE--The sniall,son of Mrs^Martha Felland is critically ill with pneumonia. ** Return to Legislature. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Tor-, gesbn and son, Dean, left Sunday for Des Moines where Mr. Torgeson will attend the second session of the state legislature. . Go. to Des Moines. WESLEY--Mrs. H. J. Braley, Mfs. Albert J. Mumma and son, Jerry, drove to Des Moines "Tuesday to spend a few days with Mrs. Braley's sister, Mrs. C. A. Isaacs. Daughter Is Born. AREDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Lesfie Harlan are the parents of a baby girl born to them Friday. Go to Clm-cmont. MTTCHELL--Supt. L. D. Hungerford and family drove to Claremont Sunday where they spent the day .with Mrs Hunge^ford's people. ' ' Funeral Rites for Mrs. McDonald Held at Church in Burt BURT, March 10.--Funeral services for Mrs. O. P. McDonald, ,who died Saturday, were held at the Presbyterian church here this afternoon, the Rev: S. H. Aten in charge. Burial was made .in the Burt cemetery. Mrs. Ida Chapin McDonald was horn on a farm-east of Burt Ap x ri! 27, 1867. On'Dec. 2f4. 1801, she was married to O. P. McDonald, who was conducting a lumber business here. They made their home in Burt since that time. To this union four children were born, Cecil, Sioux City; Durward, Los Angeles; John, Riverside, Cal., and Mrs. - Maxine Kraushaar, Cambridge, Mass., all of whom survive. She is also survived by her husband, two grandchildren, two brothers and tpree sisters. \ Iowa Falls Pianist to Play With Orchestra AMES, March 10.--The Iowa State college symphony orchestra, composed of students and faculty members, under the direction oC Oscar Hatch Hawley, will give a concert in state gymnasium Friday, lona Burrows, pianist, of Iowa Falla. will appear as soloist with 'the orchestra. . · /·' Will Manage Station. BURTA-The Martin" Greias family -moved here from near Bancroft. Mr. Greiss will conduct a new service station on the paving west of Burt by:theShell Oil company. · "Go to Pipcstone. GARNER--Mr. and' Mrs. .Ferd Schipull, their two daughters', Mrs. Addia Grumm and Mrs. Merten and children of Britt motored to Pipestone, Minn., to visit Miss Beulah Schipull who is a teacher there on the Indian- reservation. . '. Bridge Party Held. ' THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hopley entertained. 20 guests at a bridge party Saturday night. Elmer Musgjerd and Ruth Brower had high score/' , Will Entertain Club. OSAGEi--Mrs. W. L. Galloway will entertain the. Younger Set bridge club ,at luncheon Thursday of this week. Go to Minneapolis. SWALEDALE--Mr. and and Mis. R. B.'Doiner and Grace Marie Colloton, spent the week-end in Minneapolis. . Return to Goldfield v GOLDFIELD T -Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr, who spent six weeks with relatives in Ohio, returned. Come From Arthur BELMONp--Mr. and Mrs. Hink pf Arthur visited over the week-end with the Rev. J* C. Biithman family. They met their' daughter, Helen, who is a student at 1..S. T. C., Cedar Falls, there. Visit With Son BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Ted Austin of Cedar Falls" are spending several days at the home of their son, Verne Austin. ··'· Are From Minneapolis NORA SPRINGS--The Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Swan of Minneapolis visited Mrs. Swan's mother, Mrs. Nettie Hof, from Thursday until Saturday. Was in Chicago MARBLE ROCK--.Mrs. Theodore Messerschmidt 'returned Monday from a visit with her daughter, Miss Theodora Messerschmidt, in Chicago. ' Come From Blaynard CLARKSVILLB --Mr. and Mrsi Leland Surfus and daughter, Margaret, of Maynard were visitors in the J. J., Wood home/ Go to Waterloo . MARBLE ROCK^-Mrs. F. E. Gates, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith and son, spent Saturday in Waterloo. · ^ . .;-·Small Daughter 111 ' ,-SEXTON--Caroline : Jean;., infant, a ' ' · · etz; has ^becn~se'rio'u3ly : sick~ with flu and''prieumbnia. 'She is somewhat improved. . Revival Series Ends STILSON--The three weeks' revival closed Sunday evening at the U. B. church. . Go to South Dakota BURT--Dr. W. T. Peters and W. A. Peters went to Wakpola, S. Dak., Sunday to attend the funeral of a brother-in-law. Guests at laurens WODEN--Superintendent a n d Mrs. Merwin Zwald and daughter, Ida Belle, visited until Sunday at the home of Mrs. Zwald's parents at Laurens. : Conies From O mail a GARNER--Mrs.'C. ti. lydecker, Omaha, is visiting- with her sister, Mrs. Mary Steil. Move Near Rdwun ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. John McAlpine and family moved from n, farm near Waverly'to a farm near here. Visits With Daughter OTRANTO--Mrs. Shutts of Cedar Falls has been the guest of her daughter, Miss Toreva Shutts.-high school instructor. · 2 Have Scarlet Fever. GOLDFIELD--Duane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Field and George Peterson, farmer north of Holmes, have scarlet fever. Two Houses Built. BANCROFT--Two : new farm homes .are being- built near Bancroft. George Miller, five miles southwest of town Is building a nine room brick house and George Ditswortb, four miles southwest of town is building a. frame house. . Go to Cedar Falls. BELMOND--The Rev. J. C. Buth- rnan and the Rev. Mr. Buckwalter of Alexander went to Cedar Falls Monday on business. They brot Helen Hink, Muriel'Luick and Harriet Gowdy home from I. S. T. C. with them. Move to Rock Falls. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Powell, Mason City, moved Monday into the Olden house recently vacated by the Fred Neva family. Returns to Kansas City. BANCROFT--Mrs. Esther Doyle who has been visiting the past month with relatives here, returned to her home in Kansas City Monday. Is in Minneapolis. SCARVILLE--Miss Laura Ingebritson, instructor in the Synod church school Is spending a few days in Minneapolis. Are Parents of Son. WESLEY--A ,71,4 'pound baby boy, Richard LeRoy, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson Saturday afternoon. There is also a girl, Mary Joan,, in the family. Are Hostess at Ten. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Elsie Trigg and Mrs. Agnes Benson were hostesses at a library, -tea Saturday afternoon in the reading room tf the library. , Entertains nt Scarville. SCARVILLE--Mrs. J. E. Hermanson entertained the Lutheran daughters of the reformation Saturday afternoon.- ' " STUDENT BURIED AT STUCYVILLE Leon Fuller, 25, Became 111 While Attending Iowa State College. STACYVILLE, March 10.--Funeral services wsre held Monday afternoon at the Methodist church for Leon Fuller, 25, who died at-big home in Ames Friday night of tuberculosis. He-was born in Stacyville Nov. 29, 1905, and lived here until his parents moved,to Ames a few. years ago/ He was attending the Iowa State college, and was in his.last year when taken sick. The body was-accompanied here by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W., Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Schneider of Chicago .and Mrs. Helen Greer, Ames. Burial' was made in the Staeyville cemetery. Junior Play Cast at : ' Emmetsburg Announced EMMETSBURG, March 10.--The cast for the play, "Ace High," to be given by members of the junior When Your Cough Hangs On, Mix This at Home The best cough remedy that money could'buy, can easily bo mixed at name. It saves money and gives you the most reliable, quick-nctins medicine you ever used. The -way it^akos hold of stubborn coughs and clicst colds, giving Immcdiato.'rclief, i.i astonishing. Any druggist cnn supply you with 2% ounces of Pinex. Pour this into a pint bqttlc, nnd fill up with plain granulated sngar syrup or strained honey. It's'no trouble at all.to mir, and when you once use it, you Will never be without it. Keeps perfectly and tastes good--Children really like it. It is surprising how quickly this loosens the germ-laden phlegm, and Boothca and heals the inflamed membranes. At the same time, part of tho medicine is absorbed into the blood, where it acts directly on the bronchial tubes, and helps the system throw off tho whole trouble. Even those severe coughs which follow cold epidemics, arc promptly ended. Pinex.is n. highly'concentrated compound of genuine Norway Pine, containing the'active agent of'.creosote, in a refined, palatable form.' Nothing known in medicine is more helpful in cases of severe coughs, chest colds and bronchial troubles. Do Dot accept a. substitute for, Pinex. It is guaranteed to give prompt relief ~OE money Refunded. - . . . class of the local high school has been- announced as follows: William Mulry, Ruth Swanton, Mary Williams, Margaret Duimigan, James Ausland, Marcella Milkmaus, Don- ald Wilhite, Iloss Ballou, '. Robert Avery and Phyllis Lovvman. The play, which will be directed by Mrs. W. G. Middleton, will be given about the middle of April. Choose Fabrics Now! From a delightful array of fabrics---printed silks and plain silks, lovely floral cottons and rayons--you may choose your spring wardrobe. There are patterns that suggest delightful ensembles from which you may choose the fashions. And trimmings, too, of just, the right type for each dress. ' ' . ~ Excel I a Patterns and Fashions I5c, 20c and 25c Styles that are authentic. Patterns are simple to use and always accurate. 1-211 It makes droopy, dejected garden things pertly crisp and sprightly What wonders the Frigidaire Hydrator works with wilted greens and languid vegetables! 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