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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 10 193(5 THREE VETS OF FUTURE WARS ATTACKED Editor of Iowa Legionaire Says Consciousness of Inferiority Cause. DBS MOINES, (UP)--A broadside attack on the Veterans of Future Wars was launched Friday by Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Le- gionaire. Miles, in an editorial published in the current issue of the veterans' magazine, said that most oÂ£ the Veterans of Future Wars were "war babies," who "kept" their fathers out of military service in 1917-18. Hundreds of posts have been established in colleges throughout the country by the new organization, which asked for payment of an immediate bonus for participation future wars, and preference in political appointments. Wrote to Herring. Students at the University of Iowa wrote Gov. Clyde L. Herring that they are compelled to take military training, and have served as much time as many veterans who drew a bonus, yet never saw a battlefield. Herring chuckled when he heard of the petition, and said he would refer it to "future governors of Iowa." In his editorial. Miles said most fathers of the Future Vets were "slackers" and are among bitter en- emios of real veterans. Their attitude. Miles wrote, is caused by "consciousness of inferiority and resentment at having to pay their share of taxes required to pay for the disabled and dependents, and give all a measure of economic justice." Variants Are Described. Miles described variants of the original idea underlying the youthful organization. At one college, he said, a chapter of "Future War Correspondents" was organized, at another a post of "Future Chaplains," and at still another a post of "Future War Profiteers," who would have "a case of champagne under the table and a blond on the knee." Vassar college girls, he pointed out, formed a society ol "Future Gold Star Mothers," to demand "free trips to Europe to see the prospec live graves of their future sons.' Public opinion forced the group to change the name to plain auxiliary Miles said. "Insult to Mothers." The editor said that fun was fun but that organization of the latter group was an "insult flung al mothers of our comrades who made the supreme sacrifice." Miles intimated that the Future Vets were not averse to publicity. He referred to a picture of commanders of the University of Iowa post as "cute as a. little litter of kittens." The editor closed with a prophecy. "If the 'futures' go to war before the American Legion's universal draft proposal is enacted into law most of those who survive xvill do precisely what we arc doing, and some will wax wrathy at the jibes of youth." 50th Anniversary of Garner Pair Observed GARNER_Mr. and Mrs. Albert Riemer Wednesday celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversay in their home here. With them were their five children Mrs. E. G. Beier of Liberty township; Will of near Miller, Carl Riemer of Garner; Mrs. E. J. Elumer and Ben Riemer, both living in Liberty township. Charles and William Bredlow, brothers, and Mrs. August Nuehring, sister of Mrs. Riemer and the Rev. T. Ernest Hoon and Mrs. Hoon were among the guests. Miss Augusta Bredlow and Albert Riemer were married Ipril S, 1SS6, at Elba church near Columbus, Wis., and came to Hancock county in 1SSS settling on a 'arm in Liberty township. Retiring from the farm they moved to Garner in 1916. Mr. Riemer is 79 and Mrs. Riemer 78, they are in good lealth and active workers in the Methodist church. urafton Minstrel Show to Be Presented Tuesday GRAFTON--The high school and ntermcdiate room will give a, minstrel show Tuesday evening in the h school auditorium. SI 2,000 DROP IN SALES OF LIQUOR $ 10,514 Reported as Masoi City Figure; Others in North Iowa Listed. DBS MOINES--Liquor sales by Iowa's state stores for the month of March of this year showed a decrease of about 512,000 as compared with the preceding month of February, it is announced by the Iowa liquor control commission. Sales for March totalled $551,013.75. and the total for February was 5063.021.15. The March total for 123 stores was ?50.000 larger than the sales for March, 1935, when 67 stores were in operation. For North Iowa stores, the report was: February March Mason City ..$10,421.19 $10,514.23 Spencer 4,973.51 6,195.82 Algona 0.442.56 6,040.79 Decorah 3,995.92 4,334.74 N c w Hampton 3,662.80 3,877.72 2,688.06 4,863.02 2.852.93 2,395.08 1,940.97 4,002.60 2.063.31 3,478.02 1,614.91 Waverly Charles City . Emmets burg West Union .. Eagle Grove . Hampton . . . . Forest City .. Iowa Fails McGregor ... Osage 1,829.19 Estherville ... 2,588.27 Eldora 2,641.72 2,938.25 5:554.66 3.592.46 2.024.97 2,140.08 4,472 34 2,451.77 3.762.69 1,606.47 1,908.68 3,253.46 2.7S5.64 1,498.88 1,521.26 968.99 2.488.78 1.478.19 1,274.26 2,448.56 1,371.74 2,408.98 903.35 986.45 2,062.70 1,441.50 Correct this sentence: "It's a '3.3 model," said the man, "but it has jeen run only S,000 miles right here n town."--Kcwanee Star-Courier. The first plane to arrive at roydon, England, in the new Can- .on-London air mail service flew Jelmond Garner Manly .'larion Dows Hear Lake . gllcadcr Lake Mills .. 1,300.18 1.173.48 1,182.51 2,362.39 1.214.09 1.174.99 2,357.29 1,087.38 fresco 2,384.16 Torthwood ... 685.83 Sumner 1,160.77 Britt 1,975.87 Parkersburg .. 1,557.50 Crowds Do Final Honor to Hamrnill at Britt Edson Pinckney Rites Held at Forest City FOREST CITY--Edson Pinckney, pioneer merchant of Forest City, lied Tuesday night following a long llncss at the Edward Hirt home. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Hanson funeral home. Mr. Pinckney was a member of the Pinckney drug company, the oldest business firm in Forest City. Slate Manager to Attend. CRESCO--The annual meeting of he Woodmen circle will be held at .he G. L. Champlin home Tuesday .vening, April 14, for the election of ifficers. The meeting will be honor- d by the presence and assistance of liss Blanche Eakin, state manager, f Des Moines. A million delighted customers-and gaining every day -- that is what extra fine flavor has done for Butter-Nut Coffee. If you like a coffee that is richer, mellower and smoother -- then Butter-Nut has exactly the flavor for you. Butter-Nut's tremendous popularity should make YOU want to try it. Butter-Nut really is more delicious. 1 REGULAR L ORIND J Cbries City News 2 Charles Cityans Buy Marshalltown Creamery CHARLES CITY--H. C. Hansen and E. C. Sorcnson, owners of the Charles City Creamery, purchased the Nielson creamery at Marshalltown and will take possession April 3b. Mr. Sorenson will go to Marshalltown to operate that creamery and Mr. Hansen will remain here to take care of the local plant. The Kelson creamery is the largest one in Marshalltown and the only one there that manufactures butter. * TOP I'HO'l'O--A private srrvicc lor members ol' Ihe family was held at the John L. Hammili huine in wtuthi'ast Britt, previous to the church funeral rile* for the former luwa gm'ei'uur. )n Ihi* piulurc. (hose in attendance are slum-it pnr/arin;; lo depart from the principal rid'S. BOTTOM I'HOTO--Ainnii^ (In; many officials attending (lie John Hauiniill funeral service were Secretary of Agriculture Kay Murray, left", Gov. Clyde L. Herring and Judge Richard F. Mitchell. (Fhntos by Lock, Kngravings lÂ»y Kayenay.) Republican Volunteers to Be Formed Monday CHARLES CITY--Plans for organizing the "Republican Volunteers :i" Iowa" will be made Monday evening. April KJ. at a meeting in the high school auditorium according to an announcement by R. W. Zastrow, chairman of the Floyd county republican central committee. Former congressman James H. MacLafferty of Oakland, Cal., will be the speaker. He will be in Iowa for a time to assist iu the organization of the campaign as similar meetings will be held in other counties. Mr. Zastrow states the new organization is endorsed by the state centi-a! committee, the Republican Service league and the Young Republican lea- Charles City Briefs Four Motorists Arrested for Passing Stop Signs GARNER--Claude Benedict, state highway patrolman, picked up foui motorists since Saturday for violating stop sign regulations. Herbert Ilollin of Lcland pleaded guilty in Justice H. V. Reed's court Monday. Harold S. Romey of Mason City appeared before Justice Clark E Lov- ricn Monday and pleaded guilty. A. Augustine of Mason Cily and Dennis Capcsins of Williams appeared btfore Justice Oldarn at Clarion Saturday. Amidon of Clarion Is on Program of State Vocational Gathering AMES--Theme of the semi-annual meeting of the Iowa vocational guidance association Saturday lit Iowa State college will be "Guidance for Youth Not Attending College." C. E. Miller, principal of the Webster City high school and chairman of the association, will preside at the sessions. Prof. H. M. Byram of the college vocational education department will present a report of the recent national convention held in St. Louis, Mo., at the noon luncheon. Speakers on the afternoon panel discussion will be Dr. A. R. Lauci of the psychology department ol the college, who will represent Iowa service clubs; Earl N. Shultz. in charge of Rural Young Peoples Work in the extension service who will represent rural youth; R. C. Amidon, Clarion, principal of thÂ« junior high, J. Erhardt, Sac City, principal of the senior high, who will represent those working with senior high students. New Building for Plant al Iowa Falls Started 1O\VA FALLS--Pete Ba'kker, proprietor of an auto fender and paint plant here, now located in the Glenn Long garage on Washington avenue, started construction of a new building on the Mrs. Mary Kyle property just south of Washington avenue on College avenue. IMahcl Miller Buried. NASHUA--Malwl Miller, daughter of Rassmus Miller, died Wednesday afternoon at the home of her father near Ionia. She was born in ! Chicka.saw county about 50 years ago. She is survived by her father j and one sister, Miss Edna Miller, of Iowa. Falls. Funeral services were held al Lundt's funeral chapel Friday morning. ower Jirimme Crisp, sprightly straws tidily pastel flowers and perky veils "\ j " say I dare you . C afc oom with that fairly CHARLES CITY -- Communion services with reception of members and special music were held in the Congregational, First Methodist and Central Methodist churches Thursday evening. There was a large attendance at the services Good Friday services were held from 12 to 3 in the First AI. E. church with five pastors and choirs participating. A German service was held Friday morning in the Lutheran church and an English service Friday afternoon. The senior class of the Charles City high school has been invited to the Wartburg college campus on May S. An intercollegiate baseball game with Upper Iowa university will open the program. There will be a musical entertainment under the direction of E. G. Hoist and a May fete under the direction of Miss K. Kaiser, dean of women. Seniors from other schools have also been invited. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Hair. accompanied by their daughter. Mrs. V. E. Gmclin. left Thursday evening for Jacksonville, Fla., to spend some time at the home of Mrs. Gmclin. Twelve members of the Masonic j !odge went to Osngc Thursday eve- f ning to attend the Maundy Thurs- | clay meeting of the Northeast Iowa | Consistory club. i Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyers arc Barents of a son bom in trie Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Anna Ticmans of Greene had major operation in the hospital Thursday. Roy Sours, representative, spoke on taxes at the meeting: of the .ions club. I Mrs. David Hibbs of Vinton is j nsiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. } Carl Emiy.c. ] Mi 1 , and Mrs. K. K. Haberkorn, j St. Ansgar. are p;rrn(3 of a daugh- [ or. born M Mm K-nmr of h r r mo'.h- I r. Mis. L. S. Bishop, in this city. I Coats With a Swi DESCRIBES THESE Smart Loose Fitting Casual Coats New Soft Fleeces in Pastel Shades Smart Ombre Plaids in Rainbow Colors ALL SILK LININGS SIZES 12 TO 20 At Mason City's New Store 101 .1.