The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 17, 1931 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 17, 1931
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MARCH 17 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 Mothers, Mix This At Home for a Bad Cough . You'll be pleasantly surprised when you make up this simple home mixture and try it for a distressing cough or chest cold. It takes but » moment to mix'ani costs little, but it can be depended upon to give quick and lasting relief. Get 2% ounces of Fines from any druggist Pour this into a pint bottle 5 then £11 it with plain granulated sugar syrup or strained honey. The.full pint thus made-costs no more than a small bottle of ready-made medicine, yet It is much more effective. It is pure, keeps perfectly and children love its pleasant taste. This simple remedy has a remarkable three-fold action. It goes right to the sent of trouble; loosens the germ- laqen phlegm, and soothes sway the inflammation. Part of the medicine IB absorbed intm the blood, where it acts directly upon tha bronchial tubes and thus helps inwardly to throw off the whole, trouble with surprising ease. Plnei is a hiehly concentrated compound of genuine Norway Pine, containing the active agent of creosote, in a refined, palatshle form, and Known as one of the greatest healing agents for severe coughs, chest colds and bronchial troubles. Do not accept a substitute for Pinex. It is guaranteed to give prompt relief or money refunded. Use the Want Ads. Clubs Raise $118 for Rural Library Members 118 Boys and Girls to Receive Cards as Result. By tYDIA M. BABRETTE Mason City ^Librarian, ' The service clubs-of Mason City, some of the study clubs and interested citizens backed up the opportunity that the hook review department of the Woman's club opened out to the young people of the county to earn library membership cards for a year. The response In the county was excellent. The children in Cerro 'Gordo county are many of thetu children of pioneer stock. They respond well to a new ·idea. One hundred and eighteen young folks-sent In answers to the list of questions published Feb. 18 in the Glabe-Gazette and a few days later in the Farm Bureau Exchange.. This iaaue of the Farm Bureau paper went to every farm, home in the county. Voted All Surplus. . One of the moat significant gifts was made Saturday night when Browning club voted all the surplus left in the treasury to help give farm boys and girls a chance to get more and better books. With what was left 5n the treasury that group I i( ri NEW IDEAS.. NEW FABRICS NEW FASHIONS.. NEW PRICES.... IN CLOTHES FOR MEN FOR SPRING 1931 Kuppenheimer Kingsley G.G.G. Fabrics fresh from the looms of the world's leading mills . . . Tailored by the country's leading makers . . . Styles that Sparkle with Vigor and Punch for young men, the more conservative models for men . . . In colorful pattern combinations of GREEN, BLUE, BROWN and GREY. At LARNER'S you will find values that confirm the market'trend . . . Clear virgin wool worsted fabrics, hand crafted construction, celanese silk linings, everything you demand of a good suit and more you will find In our large collection of clothing for men for spring. *« oo Stocks are now complete and ready with colorful accessories to blend correctly with your outfit for spring. MASON CITY.IA. HOLD BEAUTY PENDING INQUIRY could supply five children with student cards. The Rotary,' Lions and Klwanis clubs all took 'a group of young folks to furnish with readtnL for a year, and interested citizens completed the $118, so that all who worked out the questions can have library privileges for the coming year. It is interesting to see how a good deed grows. Five times as many children will have books aa it was anticipated when the board of the Woman's club voted $25 to begin the work. When one considers the 1,700 children in the county without library facilities this is a small beginning, but 118 happy young people with good books in their hands may do a great deal to stir up interest in the county for putting the work on a more permanent basis. They Expressed Need. Mrs. W. H. Hathom, now district chairman of the. federation, says that when she and the librarian Aris- ited the small towns of the county last spring making a survey for the meeting of the county federation of Woman's clubs, the heads of the schools, the prominent bankers and all leaders in the community with whom they were able to talk, expressed the need for more good :ooks and library facilities. The library considers the work with the young people the most important phase of the work an:l tibpcs that some communities In the county will be able to have summer library stations for young people this summer, similar to those-that have been maintained in various parts of Mason City for the past seven yeara. The balloon reading clubs at the summer reading stations last year were popular and did much good work in directing children's reading and in giving them an opportunity to express themselves to other Interested children about the books they were reading. They Can Help. . It may be that some- of the clubs who have not had an opportunity to help with the individual cards, because their meeting dates didn't fit into the time when the need arose, may be willing and able to do a little toward helping communities arrange these summer library stations in the county. Part of the money for the memberships won by the young people has already been paid into the library and the library staff is ready- to register those who worked out the list of questions and sent them in. Here is (mother photo at Mrs. Fred G. Nixon-Nirdlinger, formerly Charlotte NasJi, St. Louis beauty, who hod been held In jail in Nice, France, pending investigation into the slaying of her husband, Philadelphia theater miignate. Sho admits shooting her middle-aged husband In self-defense .following months of domestic happiness. There »ro two children. ^ G.-G. WANT ADS. BRING RESULTS DEFALCATIONS IN BANK UNCOVERED rtoline Institution Resumes Business; Vice President Confesses. MOLINE, HI., March 17. UP)-With the alleged Jl.109,050.10 defalcations of R. c. Shallberg-, vice ^resident and cashier, covered, officials of the Peoples' Savings bank and Trust company continued normal business today. Shallberg was said by officials to lave made two confessions, one to wnk officers and one to the state's attorney of Rock Island county, accusing two employes of _the bank, both of whom have been arrested for helping him manipulate the accounts. They are Clifford B. John- sou, Rock Island, and Leslie H. Stevenson, Mollne. The alleged defalcations were effected thru manipulation of the account of Deere and company, Mo- llne's largest Industry. To Insure against any loss to depositors, officers of the Deere company deposited a check to cover the losses. Shallherg was represented as say- ng he drew on the Deere cash ac- ounts to make real estate Investments, and that his withdrawals had een possible by the preparation if two balance sheeta 1 . One or examiners. showed withdrawals vhich checked favorably with the cash balance. The other for officials ndtcated only money taken out by Deere and company. Shallberg, considered a 'civic eader and living in a large home lere, remained in Jail, lacking $50,00 bail on charges of embezzlement and falsifying accounts. For Half ami Sculpt I*. llnrls bottle corrects K»lp Irrlt U»aj; · PrortD Gtnaldde. Jsllc edj p»f· for adntb and -_- »«tU'i Itrant Miter t ~ " COMPLETE CAR WASH 99c No extra charge for wire wheels or any size car--the busiest place In Mason City. RITE-A-WAY CAB WASH 310 North Commercial Ave. PHONE 303S-W Training School for Club Leaders to Be on Tuesday, March 24 The announcement'was made at :ho office of the county agent that he next training school for club eaders will be held at the P. G. and 2. auditorium Tuesday, March 24, at 10 o'clock in the morning 1 and continuing until 4 p. m. Miss Alice Mae Cole, home dem- onstration agent, has notified the members of the organization that the following -supplies will be needed for the school: Looseleaf notebook and pencil, sewing basket, scraps of voile, scrim, Swiss and prints, scraps of yarn, colored silk threads and tape, magazine clippings on these subjects and the leaders manual. Club leaders were asked to bring one of their older club girls to the training school. NO/FAI1IHG HAIR Treat your scalp -- dr«s your hair -- in one operation. Keeps hair in place, adds luster. For the entire family. Keeps ft CORRECTION Contrary to our announcement in the Globe-Gazette Monday night Washer Sale WILL NOT CLOSE SATURDAY Peoples Gas Electric Co. P. G. E. For Better Appliances 1_ AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. M. W. Burns, 22 Kentucky avenue southeast, was dismissed :rom Mercy hospital Monday with her'infant-daughter.; '·" ";·'·"-· A nine and one-half pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur tfuth, Rockwell, at Story hospital Tuesday. Mrs. A. M. Matzen, route 2, underwent a minor operation at Park lospital Monday but was able to "eave the same day. Mrs. P. A. HuxtaMe, 301% South federal avenue, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Monday. ,C- A. Gustafson, 424 Eighth street southeast, was admitted to Park lospital for treatment Monday. C. H. Madle, rural, was admitted ;o Story hospital for treatment Monday. Carl Bendickson, Lake Mills, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Monday. Edith Wright, Aurella, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Monday. Mrs. Lawrence Percy, 414 Madison avenuo'southwest, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Monday. Willis Matson, 402 Twenty-second street southeast, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Monday. George Thompson, 1104 South Federal avenue, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major opera tlon Monday. Charles Berlin, Rock Falls, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Monday. He left the same day. J. W. McLaughlin, Floyd, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Monday. Harvey Peterson, Clear Lake, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Monday. Donald Paul Brumgard, 202 Vermont avenue southeast, was dismissed from. Park hospital Monday following treatment. · C. S. Ferrell, 107 Fifteenth street northwest, was'dlsmissed from Park hospital Monday following a minor operation. 'Tony Garufis, 116 Fifteenth street northwest, was dismissed from Park hospital Monday following treatment. Mrs. E. D. Mallory, 405 North Elm street, Clear Lake, waa admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Monday. Boy With Iron Lung Not Likely to Live, Doctors Are Afraid EVANSTON, III., March 17. f/P-- Fears that Charles Caughey, 7,- confined to aa artificial breathing machine in an · Evanston hospital, would not recover, were expressed by his physician today. The lad was placed in the machine when his throat and lungs werejparalyzed by diptheria. His breathing waa Improved, but a weak heart has complicated the case. Pneumonia developed last night, further aggravating the boy's condition.

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