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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1936
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, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 9 ISK',6 THREE I i KHANS HEAR JOHN NOLLEN ON WORLD AFFAIRS Grinnell President Gives Address on National Responsibility. John Mullen, Grinnell college president ami Kivvanis governor of the Iowa-Nebraska district, gave a talk on "Our National Responsibility" at the Thursday noon meeting of the local club. ,, He stated that he believed that the United Slates should stay out of the war, in event one develops in foreign countries. "We went into the World war to make the world safe for democracy." Mr. Nollen said, "but the purpose was not accomplished. A world of misery, trouble and pain followed the great war. I believe that the thing for us to do is to keep out of the various nations' troubles and affairs. They may call us bad names for not entering, but let's keep out." "Our big job.' 1 Mr. Nollen added, "is to do all that we possibly can to establish international peace. If we are not satisfied with the league of nations, let's amend it or try to get a new instrument. By doing one of these things, we will help prevent war, and if we do that, we can be proud of the fact that we ·ire American citizens." Gave Interesting;- Facts. Mr. Nollen gave many interesting facts concerning foreign countries, Germany. Italy, France and the. British empire, and stated that Hitler and Mussolini had risen to such power because they were such marvelous orators and were able to stir their people with patriotism, and thereby cause them to stand for their ideals. "I am convinced," Mr. Nollen said, "that Mussolini believes that the British empire is crumbling, and if it does, he wants to be there to get his share. But I do not believe that this great empire is falling. In case of war. I feel confident that our country would line up with the British empire--that would be only natural. "Italy is a tremendous power in the air and on the water. She has many small water craft--known as sea sleds, each equipped with torpedoes, and one of them can destroy a great battleship." Manufactured by Allies. The speaker also said, "Hitler was manufactured by the allies. Hitler's outstanding- success is due to the stupid treatment given Germany by the other countries. The French are now hesitant--they feel insecure. They have fortified themselves right up to the German boundary line. And Germany is moving forward relentlessly. It looks as if war is- bound to come sooner or later." Evron Karges made a report of the hobby show which was held Center of Gainesville, Ga., Shown in Ruins Following Tornado Relieve the soreness and aid heal- in$ by washing daily with Resinol .Soap and freely applying« Air view of ruins left in wake of tornado at Gainesville, Ga.--Copyright by Eastern Air Lines last week at the Y. M. C. A. He stated that 165 boys entered 480 articles in the show. Eighty-nine boys entered one article apiece; 0 boys each had 10 entries and the others entered 2 to 9 articles each. Charles Gunderson made an announcement concerning the volleyball tournament to be held in the near future. Guests at the Thursday noon meeting were Bill Gildner, son of W. E. Gildner; Sidney Bowen, Dr. L. R. Woodward and Dr. George S. Conant of Grinnell. SHARP NEURITIS PAINS DRIVEN FROM HER BODY Gly-Cas Again Unfailing; Can Now Get First Good Night's Sleep in Months; Cannot Say Too Much in Praising New Remedy. "Gly-Cas' action was almost miraculous in the way it took hold of my case." said Mrs. Ed Erickson, ·12S West Webber St., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. "Neuritis had settled in my neck, shoulders and had been a constant source of suffering with RITES HELD FOR DR.UFARRELL Medical Society and P. E. 0. Attend Services at M. E. Church. Funeral services for Dr. V. A. Farrell, Mason City physician who died at a local hospital Monday morning from an embolism resulting from an injury to his- right hip, were held at the First Afethodtet Episcopal church Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor of the church, was in charge of services. Mrs. Bertha Patchen presided at the organ and played "Londonderry Air." "One S w e c 11 y Solemn Thought," "Finlandia" and "Going Home," preceding the services and "Abide With Me" and "Largo" by Handel, at the close. The P.E.O. and members of the Cerro Gordo Medical society attended the services in groups. Honorary pallbearers were Judge J. J. Clark, Dr. W. E. Long, Dr. Steve A. O'Brien, E. S. Gage, L. S. Thompson, W. S. Wilcox. Dr. T. E. Davidso'n, Dr. H. V. MacGregor, Dr. C. L. Marston and George Penson. Pallbearers were W. M. Temple, Dr. C. E. Dakin, Dr. J. L. Pauley, W. E. Gildner, Ira Stinson and Ray Pauley. ^ Burial was at Elmwood cetSl- tery. JIRS. ED ERICKSON me. The sharp stabbing pains were so severe that I had to get out of bed ajid sit in a chair at night to be in a comfortable position. Of course I was tired and worn-out all of the time, lacked the strength and energy to do my work as I should. Everything I tried, doing my best to get relief, gave me the same results--failure--until I be- gaji Gly-Cas, then I found it even more wonderful than I had been led to expect. "Gly-Cas seemed made for cases exactly like mine," she continued, "I can sleep good, get my proper rest and feel fine. Those dreadful neuritis pains have been entirely eliminated, no longer bother me in the least and I cannot say too much in praising this new remedy. I am glad to recommend Gly-Cas to all sufferers of rheumatism and neuritis so they too may regain their health as I have mine." Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Company. 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City. Iowa. Ontjes Files Appeals With Supreme Court in Irene Bell Actions Irene M. Bell and the Massachusetts Bonding- company, through their attorney, F.. A. Ontjes, filed Thursday in Iowa supreme court five appeals from the Cerro Gordo county district court's refusal to strike suits against them. Pearl Keliog-g-, Howard D. MeeJ- ings, Lee Mensch, Maude R. Hoag and Mabel Sucher are the plaintiffs in the five actions. They purchased bonds in the Clear Lake Golf and Country club and charged the defendants with unauthorized sale. More Than 49 Million Fish Stocked in Iowa Waters in Past Year DES MOtNES, (.B--More than 49,010.000 fish were stocked in Iowa waters during 1935, the state conservation commission announced Thursday. Included were 460,000 large- mouthed black bass, 40,000 small- mouth black bass, 500,000 crappies. 500,000 bluegills, 950,000 bullheads, 6o,000 catfish, 180,000 fingerling- size wall-eyed pike, 32,000 yellow perch, 290,000 trout. The balance were wall-eyed pike fry. The fish were reared in hatcheries or rearing ponds operated by the state or were taken from the Mississippi river for transplanting during' fish rescue activities. All were stocked in public waters. This iiir view of the business section of Gainesville, G:., shows how the tornado laid much of tin; renter of the city in waste. Debris is piled high and even the whiffs of smoke from a fire which broke out after the tornado had torn through the city can be seen. Note the single file of survivors picking their way through the ruins in the left foreground. This photo, taken from a plane of the Eastern Air Lines, which flew over the ruins, was speeded by Central Press in planes to various parts of America. Religious Racketeers Are "Put on Spot" by Los Angeles Clergy LOS ANGELES, CPI--Organized clergymen of Los Angeles have declared war on "religious racketeers" who--for a small fee--could make ordained ministers o£ such nobodies as "Nellie Poorklnck of Knockem- ded, Minn." and "Lou D. (Loud) Squaller of Boston." It didn't even require the fee to obtain the gospel cloak for Joe Pen- ncr's duck, "Googoo." Represented as a Persian clairvoyant with unimpeachable credit, he was trusted. The group determined to move against "religious diploma mills," after ludicrous disclosures were made by investigators for a com- mittee of the Los Angeles Ministerial association. The Rev. Isaac Ward, pastor of Hollenbeck Presbyterian church and chairman of the investigating committee, said members would meet next Tuesday night. Funeral Services for Maria Christians Held Funeral services for Maria Christians, formerly a resident of Mason City, who died at Minneapolis, recently were held at a Minneapolis funeral home Wednesday afternoon. Services were also held a,t the Salem Evangelical Lutheran church and interment was at Forest's mausoleum. LANDOIUNOX CLAIMS CLASH Managers of Both Expect Support of Minnesota G. 0. P. Delegates. ST. PAUL. (.'I')--Campaign managers of both Landon and Knox Thursday claimed a majority of Minnesota's uninstructed delegates to the national republican convention at Cleveland in June, were favorable to their candidate. Although seven district conventions Wednesday elected 14 delegates unpledged to the candidacy of any one presidential possibility, backers of Col Frank Knox. Chicago publisher, contended eight of the ]! were friendly to his camp. State Senator Roy Crowley, in charge of Gov. Alf Landon supporters in Minnesota, declared rhe Kansas governor's cause received eight delegates favoring him with feur for Knox and two for United States Senator William E. Borah. The state convention this month will elect four delegates at large who also will be uninstructed. Minnesota will have 22 delegate votes at the national convention. The new system works nicely. The government gives it to the jobless; the jobless- give it to capitalists; capitalists hand it back to the government. -- Cedar Rjipids Ga- 7,et!o. Illinois-Iowa Pact to Save Truckers $150,000 Annually DBS MOINES. (ffl -- The Iowa railway commission said Thursday it has reached a reciprocity agreement with Illinois that will save Iowa truckers operating in Illinois from 5150.000 to $250,000 a year. The agreement provides that Iowa, truckers no longer will be required to pay the Illinois usage, or wheel tax. In return, Illinois truckers will be exempt from the Iowa S£ permit fee. The agreement does not apply, however, to trucks and buses operating on fixed schedules and routes-. Until recently the commission has held it could not waive the permit fee for Iowa truckers. Mrs. Wayman Closson Receives Gift F r o m Queen Rebekah Lodge Mrs. Wayman Closson, noble grand of Queen Rebekah lodge, received a gift at the meeting of the school of instruction, held Wednesday in the I. O. 0. F. parlors, the occasion being the eighth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Closson. Instructors assisting in the school included Mrs. W. M. Huffman. Mrs. C. G. Viall and Mrs. Roy A. Washburn. Mrs. A. S. Maxficld and Mrs. T. E. Necdham poured at the tea which was served at the close of the meeting. Classes will continue each Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock and refreshments will be in charge of Mrs. Closson. assisted by Mrs. U. W. Davis, vice grand. Books published in Britain last year totaled 16,678, a new record. LADIES Fine Quality 17 D T7 17 Handkerchief T 1\ J--I "·» Bring this advertisement to our store Friday and we will give you a regular 60c Bottle Christmas Delight Perfume FOR ir ONLY 1 3 C FRIDAY ONLY 10 A. M. to 4 V. M. A diiintv, fine quality ladies' handkerchief given FREE to each customer. Bring tills advertisement with you. HUXTABLE DRUG CO. FRANK A. HUXTABLE, Prop. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 116 S. Federal Mason City, In. 1GOOD ONLY FRIDAY -- 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.| 49e~THIS CERTIFICATE IS WORTH $2.51-49. This Certificate and 40c Entitles the Bearer to One of Our Genuine Indestructible $3.00 Vacuum Filled Sackless Fountain Pens This is the Master or Banker's size. You can write for a month on one filling! No repair bills! No lever filler! No pressure bar! Exactly as pictured (25,000 words with one filling). UNBREAKABLE, TRANSPARENT BARREL-- YOU SEE THE INK This pen holds 200% more ink than any ordinary Fountain Pen on the market. Has a hard unbreakable barrel. Latest and modern colors. Every pen tested and guaranteed. A life time guarantee certificate given with every pen. Made in all sizes for Ladies, Men, Girls and Boys. This certificate good only while advertising sale is on. GET YOURS NOW! This pen given free if you can buy one of better QUALITY for less than three dollars! Penpoint is of "Durigold" tipped; and guaranteed for lasting smoothness in writing. A $1.00 Propel, Repel Pencil to Match Your Pen for only . . 1 HUXTABLE DRUG CO. Every Ten Tested and Guaranteed. Limit Two Pens to liach Certificate. Bring this Certificate. Frank A. Huxtable, Prop. 116 S. Federal Ave. Prescription Druggists Mason City, Iowa IGOOD ONLY FRIDAY -- 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.i Luckies are less acid OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO -"IT'S TOASTED" The most important single attribute of cigarettes, other than the tobacco itself, is moisture content. To its influence we owe the ability to make uniform cigarettes, to control combustion, and to govern quality of smoke. Excessive moisture interferes with proper combustion, and makes cigarette smoke unpalatable. Insufficient moisture permits dry, dusty cigarette smoke to impinge upon the delicate mucous'membrane of the smoker. Excess of Acidity of Other Popular Brands Over Lucky Strike Cigarettes BALANCE [ L U C K Y 5 T R" I K E I B R A N D B R A N D D LUCKISS ARE LESS ACID* Recent chemical tests show^ that other popular brands hove an excess of acidity over Lucky Strike of from 53% to 100%: ·RESULTS VERIFIED BY INDEPENDENT CHSMICAI IAZORATORIES AND RESEARCH GROUPS 'S TOA$TED"-~Y©ur throat protection-against irritation

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