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March 13, 1931

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

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MARCH 13.. «| 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SCOUTS CONDUCT FUNERAL SERVICE Twelve Points of Law Are Repeated (5ver Grave of 1 John Rarick. .; Boy Scouts .passe^ 1 around t h e grave and repeated-the 12 points of the Scout law as they dropped white carnations on the grave of John Edwin Rarick; 16 year old high school hoy whcr died: at his, -home, 813 Twenty-seventh; street southvvest, Thursday morning. .Services were held Friday afternoon. Taps., were sounded over the grave by Sterling Prusia, bugler of.'Troop 6.' - .·' Members of Troop 12 and Troop 5 attended the funeral in .a body. John was' a member of Troop 12. Many high school friends also attended." Services at the McAuleyFuneral home were in charge of the JHev. William Galbreth, chairman of the troop committee. Scqut pallbearers were Merle Atkinson, Frank Walker, Alfred Kiteh, William, Frost, Newton.Florup, all Troop 12, :.and- Sterling'. Prusia, Troop. 6. 1 .;' , . · . · . - . · - . · . . . . . · , .. John was the son of. Mr. and Mrs. George XW. i Rarick.. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery..' '· ; Three to Gyrate Floyd Grocery;^ Wiltze Leaves FLOYD, '-March 13.-^-H.'' Wiltze who 'operated a grocery stprev in Floyd the 'past year moved' to Charles City. Thursday and wU^taJteJ possession of his own store and coaj tinue in the grocery business theroi Mrs. Butterfield and' Mr. fand; Mrs. Gurd Steward are'moving.,In the Bennett building vacated by the Wiltze family and will continue tp sell groceries. : fit HOW NEW VEG-ALL DISCOVERY HELPS THE BLOOD" Explained by EuropeanfPoctor L in RemarkaWe Message to the Thousands Who Today Need a Natural Tonic to Build Strength. OIL COMPANIES IMPORTS Firms Have Entered Voluntary : Agreement. WASHINGTON, March 13. ts-- A Voluntary, agreement with Hit foyernment .by major importing companies!' to 'reduce oil "imports several million barrels yearly was announced today by Secretary Wit- ur. . ' '· . ? ; . ' ' . ·' . · : ·-,,' ·-Wilbur pointed '.put today there jit '/conservation Board, ' said only :he- standard'. of Indiana · remained 6utaide'«the agreement hilt that dlf T lieultles preventing" it from joining n -the program .were being worked out as rapidly as possible. 1 Milbur pointed out today there was no written agreement between the Companies -or between the companies and the government but that the, agreement was a pledge of each individual company to do all it could toi curtail Imports in line with. .do ' lc' restriptibns thru proratioiu ' . *S '-- - . - : - , ' Miller Funeral Rites Held;]. A: Schmidt Is., , in Charge of Service 'Funeral services for Lee Dexter Miller, 121 First street northwest, were -held at the Patterson fuhera home 1 Friday afternoon with 'the Rev. J. ;A. Schmidt In charge Burial was at Memorial park cemetery. 'Pallbearers were Frank Emm ert, Sidney. Sriell; 'William Barcla Albert Barclay, George Reeh ant Arthur Mornner. "The Touch of His Hand on Mine" and "Shall You, ShaU I were sung by the Rev Mr Schmidt Mrs. Walter Williams 'presided' at the piano. Mr. Miller dletl Wednes day afternoon at. his home. Iowa U Holds High Rank for Gairfin ; : ; Advanced Degrees . 'IOWA.:CtTY, March 13.-^Fourth place among leading American edu catlonal .'institutions- in percentage gain for advanced degrees awdrdei: during' a decade since the war is held by the University of I6wa, i has been computed in .the office, o Dean/CarrE. Seashore of 'the grad uate f college. Id the case of maste of ar,ts degrees, the survey show; the state; university, with a gain o 512' per cent, ranking behind "opl; j^ebrask'a, Northwestern and Texas ,' An, increase 6^- 1,325 per cent 11 ; master, of /science 'awards placei Io\va;-, above 'aU. .universities excep -Pennsylvania, ^ Nebraska/ alid North ?7western. tTJSei'doctor' of philosoph y^4diegree'awards r rep?es8nt a 4CiO pe TM' cent.boost^a'mark inferior onjy t Ohio State, Princeton and Michigan ', Pennsylvania alone' excels^ low when the percentage of erirollmen increase .totals were figured. Th mark of Iowa is 167 per cent whil Pennsylvania's gala was 216: SHIPPERS ELECT NELSON AS HEAD Annual Meeting of Thompson Livestock Association Addressed by 3/ THOMPSON. llarch.lSt--The an- ual,meeting; of the Thompson Live- tpck Snipping Association.was held a; the : town hall'Wednesday. The fficers. eleited were: .Ralph Nel- 6n, president,; ,ple Amb'roson,' vice resident; ^Harry- Alexander; seci-e- ary; .'Guy! Orstad, Ole Torgenson, EM Thorlanil, Carl |Harlson and H. A. Frowick, directors. Mr, Harlson apd'. Mr, vpfowick replace William 4ndstrom;and-pie Peterson, retirng: directors.' Speakers were Coun$. Agent M. -L. Olson of Cetro Gordo county, R. M.'Hall and C. E. GUman of Mason.City. . RiTESltDTDR LEDYftR| PASTOR The Rev. Martin Damman Is Buried at Hubbard; Was V ·''{·: III Long Time. \LiEDYARD, ]March 13.--Funera -jirvjces were held for the Rev. Ma'r- .iii Damman, iwho 1 died in Fairmont Tuesday from apoplexy and burta was'at Hubbard. The Rev. Mr. Dam man was minister of the German Jutheran. church here for the last :hree;years, it being his second mln- stry to the same-congregation which he organized many years ago 3e had been ill many months. .Board I/ets Contracts.) CHARLES CITY; March 13.'-- Thi board of supervisors gave the con tract for paiat and oil to the'Sher win .'Williams company of Chicag for '?9S0.2$ for 735 gallons. Thi .Mid-Continent Petroleum company procured .the contract for gas grease and oil for a flexible price de pending on the amount used. Dr. A. Grossmann, Well Ittnbwn Viennese Medical Doctor Veg-AII Puts Keen Edge On Your Appetite, Promotes Sound, Restful Siumiier, and Brings You That Radiant Glow of Health! U your muscles are tired arid sagging--if 1 , they need snap'.and elasticity, you've got to build them up with extra help! If your vital organs are worn out and sluggish- US they only half perform their functions, you've got 'to 'give them increased nourishment -- stimulate them to greater activity!"- And if your blood is weak, you've; got .to see that'more nourishment · gets ' 'into it, or your whole system may suffer. Veg-Ali--the great, NEW, all- vegetable discovery, is one answer to depleted nerve and muscular 'strength, sluggish systematic functioning, and .poor blood. *'s -Veg-AH makes an immediate and smashing attack upon the source o f " your weakened condition. Here.is a medicine that wastes no .time. It goes directly, about its work of stimulating your appetite, and: giving you 'new zest for the food which -you .must have if you would.be strong . and healthy. · ' Many leading physicians the world over have hailed the advent of Veg-All. One of them is Dr ; A. Grossmann, practicing physician of -Vienna and well kno^ri in Viennese medical circles. Dr. Groasmann writes: ' . . . ' ."Veg-All is a great gift to weak and -undernourished people who need body and nerve strength. Many people never stop to realize that the body, draws ail-of its nourishment from the blood stream--· that every tiny muscle and nerve must be nourished every day by the blood. When we understand this, we perceive how important It is that - the blood be rich, pure and healthy, and that-its flow be strong and regular." . · / ; . Why tolerate the tortures of dis- 'sipated ' energy, sluggish bodily functioning, premature fatigue g.nd a generally weakened. and rundown condition? Let Veg-All help you on the road to health and strength. Get a bottle of'Veg-AU from your druggist ' at. once-^; START TOJV1GHI! Feel your, mus- clea tighten and grow stronger. Experience the joys,of ; relaxe'd nerves and sound, refreshing slumber, while Nature restores your broken down tissues. - · · ' . : . ' . . ; . Watch your complexion improve, and the sparkle return to you'r eyes. Feel the .tingle of rich blood surging through your veins--and realize that you don't HAVE to bo weak and .worn'out! Veg-All' will help you. It MUST help you, or It doesn't cost you a penny! -The following phenomenal guarantee is your'protection.' . ' $5,000 GUARANTEE * S ! ' . The makers of Veg-All have posted $5,000 as your guarantee that this great medicine will help you. YOU ARE THE JUDGE. If, after trying Veg-All you are not enthusiastic about the good it is doing YOU, return the partially empty trial bottle, and your druggist will cheerfully refund youi- ENTIRE PURCHASE PRICE! ' - * 'uo. Second Charles City Ticket Is Announced; Is Headed by Hughe CHARLES XJITY, March 13.--A second ticket ,was announced wit a list' of candidates for city .offices aa follows: , Mayor,. J, b. 1 ; Hughes councilman first,ward, H. J. Huber second ' ward;. jJ -B.^ Clancy; thlr ward, George Sanderson; assessor H. B; Rosencrans. 1 , Russell B. Old and A; R. MelroSe have filed-for th 'position of hospital trustees 'on th Citizens' ticket -headed' by Mayo C/G. Gray. Carl Magdsick has file independently for', city treasurer H. D .White Is running independent ly for mayor. Gueffroy Named Head of Charles City Clul CHARLES · CITY, March IS.-The Charles City Gun and Athletl club has filed incorporation paper and elected the following board of directors and.officers:. E. F. Guei .froy, president; A. F. Nies, vie president; · Bim Castle, secretarj and treasurer;- Prank Steffler, fie! captain. ' The directors Include A F. Nies, B. F. Gueffroy, F. C. Rip ley, Fred Vermllya, Bim Castle,- H J. Huber and Floyd Kneeland. · Th association la the outgrowth of th Charles City Gun 'ciub which lease the shooting grounds north of town It is not aa organiEatic-n for profit Golden Anniversary Celebrated by 2 at Colwell Gatherin CHARLES CITY, March 13 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bonsell o Colwell .observed their golden wee ;ding anniversary when their chil dren ,and grand children gathered a their home for;.a. family ^dinner After .their-.marria.ge in 1881. Mr and Mrs. Bonaall moved on a farn near Colwel! where, they resldet 47 years. Their son; Verne and fam fly now occupy the homestead, Mr and Mrs. Bonsai] had eight chil dren all of whom are living with th exception of one who died in infan cy. Their children present were Mr and Mrs. Jesse Cummings and fou children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nel son and two children, Mr. and Mrs Irving Bonsall, Mr. and Mrs. Le Bonsall and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bon sail: A son, Roy Bonsall of Charle City, was too 111 to attend and a daughter, Mrs. Floyd Bonsall of Ar cadia, Nebr., was unable'to ba pre» ent. There were a number of friend present at the celebration. The flv layer birthday, cake-,was baked bj the daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Bonsai ASSAILS ROOSEVELT Charging Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the democratic' party in New York state with "ducking, 'dodging and double- dealLhg" on prohibition, Assemblyman William Marcy, above, of Buffalo, precipitated a spirited debate-In tho state assembly, at Albany. Marcy claimed Hoosevelt forced the · state committee to dodge the dry law Issue at the recent democratic national committee meeting -in Washington to · maintain the support of the dry south .to win the democratic presidential nomination. Mrs. Abbas Buried , in Lakbta Cemetery LAKOTA, March 13.--Mrs: Ab bas, who died at her home In But falo Center, was buried here Thurs day afternoon at.Maple Hill ceme tery. She leaves her husband, sev eral children and stepchildren. MINNESOTA BOY CAUGHT IN WELL Uo.dy of Youth Trapped by , Tons of Dirt in Cavein ; to Be Removed. miLUTH, Minn., March 13. UB- 3eorge Marcinlak, 20,- Rice Lak farm · boy, buried beneath tons o. , dirt and rook-following a cavein 5r a well 40 feet b'elow the surfact' Thursday afternoon, was dead today mt his body had not been removed 'fom,the well. · Rescue workers ex- lected to remove the body to cj ay. After working all night scored of men early this morning had succeeded in bringing, the body near the surface but a fresh cavein engulfed the lad and he again was buried. . Marciniak was preparing to leave JiE.weH by way of a ladder Thurs- 3ay afternoon when the cavein occurred. The happiest'people, apparently, are those who know · least about what's good for them.--Kewanee Star-Courier. ^ JOHN J, JAMISON, ALGON A, BURIED Funeral Services Held at ' Church lor Kossuth County Pioneer. ALGONA, March 13.--Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at the^Methodist church, tlie Rev. G. ...V. Hulse officiating, for John J. : _JamiSon, 83, a resident of Kossuth county for 48 years. Mr. Jamison is survived by his wife, a son, Walter, of Albert Lea, and a daughter;- Mrs. Irene Gilmore, who makes her home with her mother. Bowen Is Elected Chairman. CLARKSVILLE, March 13.--The Butler township Farm Bureau held a meeting at the A. A. Eichorh home. Burnet Bowen was elected township chairman to succeed Herman Hunt, who was elected county president. The Rev. E. B. Sabin gave a talk. Iowa Girl is Brightest rROM three to twelve! That's the period which is most important to your child's development. And that's the time many are retarded mentally and physically by constipation. Watch your child, motherl At the first sign of bad' breath, coated tongue, headache, biliousness, lack of energy or appatite, give a little ^·«i:r n . n :_ -n:-- c"-z_-.~ i ' Fig Syrup. This bure vegetable product cleanses, regulates a child's bowels without discomfort/ No danger of forming the laxative habit when California Fig Syrup is used. For it tones arid, strengthens weak bowels. In colds or children's Diseases, employ its gentle aid to keen the system from bccom- inc clongea with germs or waste. Mothers everywhere are eager to tell of the benefits sequred for their children. Mrs. O. B. Duffy, Jr., 1415 .Fourth St., Des Moines, says: "I have used California Fig Syrup with Colleen for several years principally as a laxative for colds. It opens her bowels perfectly; keeps colds from, becoming serious. It has helped make her the brightest, happiest four-year- old I know!" · Look for the name California when buying. That is on every carton of the genuine, for. your protection. . FIG LAXATIVE-TONIC fa CHILDREN n Rowetf 107 No. Federal DAMON'S THE CHEERFUL SERVICE STORE Mason 'City \ 107 No. Federal Pure Silk Flat ,Crepe A 39-Inch pure silk crepe, excellent soft finish, pure dye. The season's fifteen leading shades to choose from. $10.0 yd. Printed % Flat Crepes A very fine quality crepe full 39 inches wide; A large and varied selection of the newest patterns and colors to choose from. Large .floral designs as well .as the smaller prints are very popular, $1.59 yd. Barbara Broadcloth A guaranteed fast color cloth, 36 inches wide. Make your selections now from our large.as- sortment of patterns. 25 yd. · New"' Percales New'Spring patterns, ail guaranteed absolutely fast color. Full SB inches wide. Larger de- sigris and floral patterns for the grown-ups and many smaller patterns suitable for the little tots. Don't fail to see these. !' yd. Printed Silk Shantung 36 inch printed Shantung silk, featuring the small floral patterns which are so much in vogue for this particular fabric. . ' ' .00 yd. Bed Spreads Stevens Rayon bed spreads, size 80x105. Many beautiful designs in gold, orchid, green, rose and blue. Truly an exceptional value. $2 .95 New ,Spring Batiste.and Dimity 50 pieces to select from, all new patterns. Make your selection now while you have such a complete assortment to choose from. 29' New Spring Woolens Light weight woolens In 1931 designs. Fascinating patterns and such lovely soft colors. $2-50 yd. Imported Suiting The new basket weave cloth with intermingling colors. Favored by the smartly dressed women. 95 yd. Writing Lamps Something new! Have you seen them? Writing lamps complete with parchment shades and letter box to match. Lamp', complete ......$2.95 Letter Box ...1 $1.25 SATURDAY SPECIALS IN THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE Beverage Sets ' . Oil Mops £?^-W« han^n^ho^itera^n exceptionally low price. 49 REMNANTS 1/2 PRICE Our Remnants are always prlcea' exceptionally low. Saturday they are being reduced still lower. Come--Buy--Save. BREAD BOXES AND CAKE BOARDS " With Covers Beautiful enamel finish in green. Saturday Special. .00 $1. An Item That Sells for Much Morts DAMON'S NEW STOCK OF BUNTES ST. PATRICK AND EASTER CANDIES Saturday Sale! FROCKS Regularly to S£5 Crepes and Chiffons ... . plain ^ colors and prints . . . color contrasts . . . jacket frocks . . . one-piece frocks . . . sizes for, miss and matron. : Saturday Sale! SPRING COATS Fur trim,' self trim . . . new collar details . . . different sleeve treatments. Skipper blue, black, red, green, tail, sport mixtures. · PUR SCARFS S28 Values to Cross Fox, Pointed Pox, Red Pox. Remarkable group of selected scarfs. DAMON'S* Second Flcjpr | - /

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