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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 12 1934 Field Named Clerk. j clerk. Fritz Nordman was retained CLARKSVILLE, April 12.--The as custordian of the city hall, pump- city council named Dr. Harry Field | ing station and fire station. YOUR HAIR for a penny a day* Hair that stays as you arrange it fresh looking, even hours after combing, Free from every particle of dandruff * DANDERINE... makes you sure of your hair; it · takes two seconds to put on your comb. After you have washed your · hair, a little Danderine will keep it from going helter-skelter. When you pay a dollar for a wave, Dand- erine will help you keep it. It isn't a sticky dressing, or an oily tonic, and it doesn't leave any telltale odor. Its fresh fragrance is gone quickly after applying--but not that marvelous effect of freshness and cleanliness! It's a pity not to know this litlle secret that means so much in the way any hair will look. It's no : trouble. Yet you can hardly believe anything so mild and pleasant as Danderine could bring such, a change in the condition and appearance of your hair and scalp. Just try it. You can buy Danderine at any drugstore for only thirty-five cents; larger sizes 60c and $1.00. That's all it costs--a dime a week at the most--to be sure of your hair every day, and all day long. To know it's clean, and looks clean. To know it will stay as you arranged it. And to know you need not worry about any dandruff. That's what moistening your comb with a few drops of Danderine will do. And no amount of dry- combing will aer do. Nearly all hair needs the help that Danderine gives it A dash of Danderine morn- · ing and night makes an'amazing difference in the way any hair looks all the time! And a small bottle lasts a month. SEEDING STARTS IN NORTH IOWA Reports on Counties Given Reed in First Weather and Crop Bulletin. Seeding is under way in several North Iowa counties, according to reports to Charles p. Reed, senior meteorologist, in his first Iowa Weather and Crop bulletin for this season. For certain counties, the report stated: Kossuth (Algona)--Good rain on third with melting snow soaked top soil fine; · seeding will be in full swing this week if weather continues fine; soil in fine condition; some report good pig crop, others very poor and no chance for more; good oats seed rather scarce; upper Des Moines river bank-full and over in some places. Franklin (Geneva)--Week mostly clear and sunshiny with some wind; a little field work done, but frost not all out of ground yet; streams very low. for time of year; gardens being plowed; a few -potatoes planted. - · Wright (Belmoud)--Rain, .74; weather fine; very little seeding done; everyone will be at it this morning, seventh; soil in good condition; sunshine adequate. Fayette (Oelwein) -- Rain .40; disking for oats well under way; about 40 per cent seeded; ground in fine shape, but needs rain; fine rain on third will start pastures; clover went through winter in fine shape. Hardiu (Iowa Falls) -- Rain .36; a gloomy week; some field work done Saturday, but ground wet and gummy; seeding quite general Monday; frost still in ground on north hillsides; pastures greening up and alfalfa crowns showing "signs of life. Wins Oratorical Contest. IOWA* CITY, April 12. (/P)--R well Johnson of Ottumwa won the .?25 prize offered for first place in the Jessup oratorical contest at the University of Iowa with an original oration defending Japanese policies in Manchuria. Kiwanians, Lions Accept Challenge of Rotarians Imminent Battles Indicated*^ final but be is to be given in Exchange of Notes Between Clubs. That terrific struggles are. in the. offing on the volleyball court of the Y. M. C. A., between the Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions clubs was indicated here in an exchange of notes. Insinuations and wisecracks were contained in the letters of challenge and acceptance. The challenge extended by the Rotary club to the Kiwanians and Lions was: "As in the spring the earth becomes rejuvenated and takes on new signs of life, so there has crept into the veins of a certain group of members of that Ancient and Honorable Order of Rotary, known the world around for its good deeds and the sterling character of its members, a new life, or a second youth, so to speak, and desiring some means of conveying the news of their rejuvenation to the eyes of the world, they have decided to challenge the youthful members of those young men's clubs, Lions and Kiwanis, known 'throughout the country for their loud noise and much" chatter, to a game of volleyball, to be played in the Y. M. C. A. gym at an agreed time. · '. Boles Are Given. "The following rules to apply: "First, all members' of all three clubs to be Invited to witness the slaughter of the youths by the stalwart men of Rotary, but all Lions and Kiwanians. to be thoroughly searched before being admitted to the game and-all firearms, gas bombs, squirt guns and bean shoot ers taken from them. "Second, only six men will be allowed to 'play on the Rotary team but Lions and Kiwanis may use as many as desired up to 12 and while not compulsory, as Rotary will win without this handicap, it is recommended that 'Gillie' be on the Lions team and 'Beef .on the Kiwanis team. Promised Police Protection. "Third. Decision of the referee to protection of the police. The new second deal mayor has agreed to place.the entire force on duty during the: game if necessary. Chief Fatten and Sheriff Robertson will both be on the job. "Fourth: It is to be hoped that the youthful members of Lions and Kiwanis will grasp this opportunity to come in contact with their betters and that they will accept the challenge, don- their shorts and endeavor to acquit themselves like men. Fifth: The Rotary 'first team to consist of the following members: Frank Hanlon, captain; Bill Cody, Jay Decker, Howard Reynolds, Larry Ristau and Hugh Shepard. "Ray Pauley, president." Kin-anls Club Replies. The reply of the Kiwanis club was: "To the Ancient Order of Rotary Wheelchair Sitters. 'Gentlemen: 'Your invitation to a volleybai: contest against picked team 'of Kiwanis High Roller Klub received The following compose the personnel of the team: Squirt Judge Clark, Bud Dibble, Hmky-Dink Jim FAMOUS FOR DUALITY We've found the COMPLETE REFRIGERATOR First Street S.E. Rae. High Ball Hight, Pinchey George Hill, Grandpa Tubbcding. "We assume the rules of the game to be a toe to toe combat, barring an "trangle holds of any kind. We further assume that in event of any serious accident, each team to provide its own first aid care by a competent physician or veterinary surgeon, as it may choose. "There is to be no halt in the game but a fair fight to the finish. You name the time and place and we will be there with our valiant warriors at the fire of the gun. "Kiwanis High Roller Klub, "By Its President, "Doc Tak Long." lions Also Accept. "To the Rotarians-"Regarding the challenge of the wheel chair brigade, the organization filled with vim, vigor and vitality and recognized as such in the community, namely, the Lions club, accepts the challenge of the Rotary for an inter-club volleyball contest, said contest to be in the Y. M. 'C. A. gym at a date set by the committee. "However, let it be known that the Lions club is perfectly willing to play on any grounds, tea, coffee or otherwise, and at any. time that will be designated by the said ambitious Rotarians; The Lions club wishes to accept this challenge With the following reservations: 1. As these young men of our club get into action they will not Oe responsible for anything that happens to the old men of either Kiwanis or Rotarians. "2. If it is necessary, the Lions can produce a few fat men to compete with the many fat men of the other two clubs. "3. That the results of this contest will be governed entirely by the total score at the end of the contest and the winners be declared thereby. "4. That it will not be necessary for the Lions'club to have the expert ability of their secretary on the floor playing volleyball. "5. To be further understood that action and not words be the dominating factor in this contest. The Lions club admits that both of the other clubs are much stronger in \Uk than they are on action. Lions' committee, "Joe Daniels "Harry Conover" has been noted by the state department of agriculture, which is making a check of those offered for sale, t was annuonced. A number of ship : ments of. Korean clover or lespedeza have been removed from sale and a close check is being made ot new lots coming on the market, E. L Redfern of the repartment said, when some of it was found to be badly infested with horse nettle and dodder, both of which are noxious weeds in Iowa. Democracy: (1) Government makes a demigod of a flyer; (2) flyer scornfully refuses to aid the government in time of trouble.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. Demand for Seeds in Iowa Reported Brisk DES MOINES, April 12. UP)--A brisk demand for seeds.'this spring IF YOU WANT ONE POUND or 100 Ibs. of lawn, grass seed, our price on the very best quality of seed that can be had will interest you. Remember, we are growers --we know seeds and will give you the benefit of our judgment. We invite your inquiries. , . Kemble's Greenhouse PHONE 55 R E V E R Y H O M E Mason City Now Authorized Leonard Dealers TJERE it is --the complete refrigerator you have Jtl. hoped someone would build for you some day. Beautiful to look at. Economical to own and operate. Equipped with every convenience you could want We are glad to announce that as authorized dealers we are now displaying and selling the 1934 Leonard. We chose Leonard, after careful, investigation, as "the electric refrigerator which, above all others, will give our customers the service and satisfaction we want them to have. Leonard has made these cabinets big and sturdy, to last a lifetime. Finishes (whether you choose porcelain or lacquer) are the finest known. White, hard, lasting. In the planned food compartment, there are many new features that will save time and work, and bring you enjoyment and satisfaction. . 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