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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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APRIL 12 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVENTEEN RECORD CROWD AT MISSIONARY CONVENTION IN ROCKFORD MRUBRAMSIS ELECTED HEAD 337 Persons From Away An Registered; Mason City Woman Officer. ROCKFORD, April 12.--The Wat erloo district conference of the M E. Missionary society closed a successful conference here Wednesday afternoon. Three hundred thirty- seven out of town persons registered and many were present from surrounding- towns that did not register. Officials of the conference stated that it was the largest conference held in the Waterloo district for many years. The outstanding feature of the convention was the "Motorcade" presented by Mrs Flora Dudley, president of the Des- Aloines branch; Mrs. J. C. Schover national secretary of Young People's work, and Miss Blanch Bair, missionary to Korea. Officers for the coming year were elected Wednesday afternoon and resulted as follows: President, Mrs. VV. 0. Abrams, Cedar Falls; first vice, Mrs. W. E. Stewart, Charles City; second vice, Mrs. L. P. Appleby, Geneva; third vice, Mrs. Fred Miller, Waterloo; secretary, Mrs. H. C. Schell; treasurer, Mrs. Artemus Brown, Mason City; superintendent of Young People's work, Mrs. F. W. Schmidt, Nora Springs; superintendent of junior work, Mrs. H. N. Cravens, Greene; extension secretary, Mrs. Maggie Stewart, Bristow; stewardship secretary, Mrs. Homer Jolls, Waterloo. A children's hour was held Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Isabelle Eyestone of Mount Vernon, Mrs. Hansen of Charles City and Mrs. Cassell of Waterloo in charge and at this meeting Bobby Sabin, little son of the Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Sabin, pastor of the local M. E. church, was made a life member of the "King's Heralds. Mrs. Eyestone is a returned missionary from China. Mrs. L. Bowen is president of the local organization. DR, MASON GIVES HAMPTON TALK 150 at Mother-Daughter Banquet Sponsored by Girl Reserves. HAMPTON, April 12.--One hundred fifty attended the mother- daughter- banquet sponsored.;by the ( Girl Reserve's, at the : Methodist .·church Tuesday evening. Miss Mary Rice presided as toastmistress and Miss Barbara Royers extended a welcome to the mothers. Mrs. F. L. Jennings gave a talk on "Utopian Daughters," Miss Virginia Eddy spoke on "Utopian Mother," and Miss Elizabeth Milne talked on "Utopia." The principal speaker on the program was Dr. Stella Mason, Mason City, with "A Trip to" the Orient," as her subject. The program was concluded with a military dance by Miss Maxine Ford. Attends Session at Fairtield. GARNER--The Rev. H. R. Wrede, castor of the local Lutheran church, is in attendance at the Northwest Iowa Pastoral conference at Fairfield. Mr. Wrede gave an address yesterday, "Explanation of Luther's Wording and Arrangement of the Ten Commandments." H E R E A N D T H E R E * * » * * * * * » * * * » » » » * » Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Cards were the diversion evening, with Mrs. E. O. Hostesses at Luncheon. CLARION--Mrs. Charles Hansen and Mrs. T. T. Roosevelt were hostesses at a bridge luncheon Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Hansen. High score bridge prize was won by Mrs. M. F. Birdsall, the consolation favor by Mrs. L. M. Hartsock. Ketunis to Sioux City. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs/Mclvin Prouty returned to their home in Sioux City Tuesday after a visit in the home of Mr. Prouty's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Prouty and at Stacyville with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, parents of Mrs. Prouty. Iteturn From Danbury. WESLEY--Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake, Mrs. Matt Kellner, Mrs. Will Ricke and son, LeRoy, and Allie Foertsch has returned from Danbury where they attended the funeral Tuesday of their uncle, Herman Uhlenhake, 65. K«cent Bride Honored. ELMA--Mrs. Dinsmore Brandmill, a recent bride, was complimented at a shower at tie Masonic hall Tuesday evening, with about 75 guests present. Mrs. Brandmill is the wife of the mayor of Elma. ~ ' ' " of the Longstreth winning the bridge prize and Mrs. Mary Richmond winning- the prize at 500. Will Be Honored. ELMA--Miss Mildred Gerhardt of Alta Vista will be complimented at a shower in the I. C. hall at Slma April 12, in honor of her 'orthcoming marriage to Ernie lubbard, of Anamosa. Mr. Hubbard s the main turnkey at the reforma- :ory there, while Miss Gerhardt has 3een employed by the Bell Telephone company., at Elma for the last several years. Mr. Hubbard md Miss Gerhardt will be married n Ma.y. Home From Sioux City, CALMAR--Mrs. J. Becvar and children arrived home Wednesday evening from a week's visit at Sioux Citv. Mr. Becvar met them .t Waterloo. Attends Sister's Bites. ROWAN--Sam Provan of Fargo, J. Dak., visited in the R. H. Keith lome and attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Dave Keith in Gold- ield. Mrs. Whlpple Hostess. OSAGE--Mrs. Herman Whipple was hostess of the W. C. T. U. Vednesday afternoon. Papers were -ead by Mrs. C. W. Mills and Mrs Charles Woodiwis. · - Home From'Rochester. 'WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs 'ames Hogan and Nick Semon went to Rochester, Minn., and were accompanied home by Mrs. Nick lemon, who has been a patient in St. Mary's hospital for a month. Her many friends are glad that she improving. Leaves for Madison. RUDD--Mrs. Anna Hodge left Wednesday for Madison, Wis., to ·isit her daughter, ^ Mrs. Lowell Sweet. Before returning home she will also visit at the home of her .aughter, Mrs. George Parker, at Milwaukee. Mrs. Hartkopp Hostess. POPEJOY--Mrs. Ted Hartkopp entertained the Friendly club at .er home on Wednesday afternoon. Ketuni to Truman. LYLE, Minn.--The Rev. and Mrs. ohn Eggen and three children re- :urned to their home in Truman, linn., after a visit with the Rev. tfr. Eggen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Eggen. Political rumors in Washington buzzed around Mrs. Alice Koosevclt Longworth as a possible candidate for the United States senate from Ohio, despite recent statements of her friends that she had laughed at the idea. (Associated Press photo.) YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You .Are Proud to Call Your Own! The average daily gain for each calf in 1933 in 4-H club work was 2.09 pounds as compared to 1.85 in 1932. Thousands have Ended their Bowel Worries by taking this advice! Can constipation safely be relieved? "Yes!" say medical men. "YesI" say the many thousands who have followed their advice and know. You are not likely to cure your constipation with salts, pills, tablets or any of the habit-forming cathartics. But you can safely relieve this condition by gentle regulation with a suitable liquid laxative. THE LIQUID TEST: First: select a properly prepared liquid laxative. Second: lake the dose you find suited to your system. Third: gradually reduce the dose until bowels are moving of their own accord. Simple, isn't it? And it works! The right liquid laxative brings thorough bowel action without using force. An approved liquid laxative (one which is most widely used for both adults and children) is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is a doctor's prescription, and perfectly safe. Its laxative action is based on senna, a natural laxative; the dose can be measured, and the action thus regulated to suit your individual need. If there are children in your household, don't give them any fad form of laxative, but use a healthful, -helpful preparation like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Its very taste will tell you it is wholesome, and agreeable to the stomach. Delightful taste, and delightful action; there is no discomfort at the time, or after. Ask your druggist for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, all ready to take. A Frank Statement Concerning Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin We believe the use of pills a n d t a b l e t s c o n t a i n i n g mineral drugs is rapidly giving way to gentle regulation of the bowels with a liquid laxative. We believe Dr. Caldwell's original prescription of fresh herbs, pure pepsin, and senna is the ideal family laxative. And we know it is a safe preparation for children and expectant · mothers because it docs not cause bowel strain or irritate the kidneys. Honored on Birthdav. DOWS--Mrs. George Parkinson was invited to spend the afternoon of her birthday, Tuesday, with a friend in the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Wagner. She was very much surprised to find more than 20 friends present when she arrived. Dinner.lU'ceipts SIS. ORCHARD--The Ladies Aid society held a dinner at the church Wednesday. Mrs. Will Walling was the chairman. Receipts amounted to S13. The committee met to make plans for the annual May day dinner. 3 Concerts Scheduled on Sunday by Waldorf Choir of Forest City FOREST CITY, April 12.--The Waldorf college choir will sing three concerts Sunday. The morning program will be held in the Fertile Lutheran church at 10:30 o'clock. The choir will present a program at the Winnebago Lutheran church at 8 o'clock, and at the Joice Lutheran church at 3 in the afternoon. President J. L. Rendahl will address the audience at Fertile and Joice on some topic pertaining to Christian education, since April 15 is Christian Education Sunday. The new president of Cuba is reorganizing the army. No doubt he will try to weed out all the would- be presidents.--South Bend Tribune. $11,200 SOUGHT BY TWO SUITS Carl Hill, Russell Koehler of Floyd County Sue After Accident. DECORAH, April 12.--Two separate suits for damages amounting to more than $11,000 have been filed hi the office of the clerk of court, Julian Moe, against J. B. Sherwin and Armour and company, by Carl Hill and Russel Koehler. residents of Floyd county. The suits resulted from an automobile accident which occurcd last December between Crosco and Ridgeway. Hill, whose right leg was injured, asks for dam- ages totaling more than ?5,000 for loss of time, injuries and he also claims permanent disability. Koehler also received injuries to his right leg, and a fractured kneecap. Ills car was also wrecked. Both plaintiffs in their action declare the Armour car was driven in a negligent manner, thus causing the accident. George Emerson Funeral Is Held at Little Cedar OSAGE, April 12.--George Emerson, 82, a farmer at Little Cedar, died Tuesday morning. Funeral services were held at Little Cedar Thursday afternoon. Seniors Preparing flay. FLOYD, April 12.--The seniors are preparing their class play. "Sunshine." to be given May 3 and -1. Miss Ruth Saddler is the coach. 46 Errors in Jury's Instructions Claimed in Appeal of Grattan DECORAH, April 12.--J. A. Nelson, attorney for M. T. Grattan and a candidate for lieutenant governor of Iowa, was in Des Monies this week to file a brief and abstract on the appeal of Martin T. Grattan, who is serving a life term at Fort Madison for the fatal shooting last July of Claude Meade. Mr. Nelson expects the case to come before the supreme court some time in May. Forty-six errors in the instructions of the court to the jury, according to Attorney Nelson, form a basis for appeal. The Prince of Wales has been presented a copy of the Bible in Esperanto. Mother Is Dead. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesselman and son, Alvin, went Tuesday afternoon to Fall River, Wis., called there on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Wesselman's mother, who died shortly after they arrived there. Plans Americanism Week. THORNTON--Miss Sen a Schonemann entertained the Legion auxiliary" Tuesday afternoon. The auxiliary voted to contribute towards the educational fund. The Americanism committee will plan for Americanism week in May. Mrs. B. Riebe and Mrs. R. E. James assisted the hostess with serving. Will Meet Thursday. ; HANSELL--The Ladies Methodist Aid society will meet at the home of James Hannah, Jr.. Thursday afternoon, Leave for Iowa City. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burgman left for Iowa City where Mrs. Burgman will remain as a patient in the University, hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Burgman stopped in Marshalltown to visit relatives. Work at Austin. LYLE, Minn.--Loie Howard has obtained a position with the Cities Service Oil company in Austin and left the first of the week to take up his duties. i Entertain Civic Club. ! GRAFTON--Mrs. Ed Glassel entertained the Ladies Civic club Tuesday evening. Daughter Is Bow. ACKLEY--A girl was born April } 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gross. ' Hostesses to Society. GORDONS VTLLE, Minn. -- Mrs. Lewis Sistek and Mrs. Ross Herman entertained all sections of the Ladies Aid with a number of invited guests at the hall on Thursday afternoon. Ketuni From Des Moines. GRAFTON--Fred Reeck, who was in Des Moines last week on business, returned the first of this week. Taken to Home. HAMPTON--Harold Mosher, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Lutheran hospital, was able to be moved to hjs home Tuesday. Are Parents of Son. DOWS--A nine pound boy was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fox. This is their third child. Bitten by Dog. LATIMER--Martin Peterson received a bad bite on the arm and hand from a dog. | Will Meet Thursday. ' LAKE MILLS -- The Share Our , Prosperity club, a new organiza- I :ion will have a meeting Thursday j evening at the city hall. j Are Parents of Son. ; GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jooper are parents of a baby son, bom Monday. This is their second child. Mrs. Hunt Hostess. HAMPTON--The Loyal Daughters of the Church of Christ met at the home of Mrs. John Hunt on highway 65 for the regular n'onth- y meeting Tuesday evening. Mrs. W. W. Shroyer is president of the organization. Home From Iowa City. HANSELL--Charles Harper returned to his home from the Iowa :ity hospital where he submitted to major operation. Lindcrmun Is 111. PLYMOUTH--W. L. Linderman, a pioneer of Plymouth, is ill and unable to be at his place of business as harness maker. AWD SATURDAY/ P I t BOTTLE SOAPS (LEANEM of SPRING CIEANIN ILB.I ARSENATE Of LEAD for spt tCKED IN MOlSTUftf PfcOOF CARTONS! LIME LB.M0THAU614'l_ MT itTERMINATOR 2Z* ,60 ENOZ MOTH I5PRAY 49 .DRAIN FLUSH FURNI \ POLFSH URGE |0 02. 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