The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1931 · Page 11
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March 19, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MARCH 19 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 Chicago's Sea Scouts Win Title of Flagship CHICAGO, March 19. (IP}-- Chicago's sea, scouts, represented by the sea scout ship "Farragut," won the title of flagship for region seven covering Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan, it was announced today by Harry C. Good of Moline, 111., regional commodore. VVJir Are t h e m 1 W V~ dangerom. Check them at · once with good dependable old 35«w60« S I Z E S sw ff'-H': CASTILE arvclous ft? n n it 11 i'.fV.V H : ''^; In a Day Jn.4-in-l.Way STOPS COLLEGES WILL STATED Butler and Crane Junior to Regain Places in North Central Group. CHICAGO, March 19. -T)--Butler university of Indianapolis and Crane junior college of Chicago were recommended for reinstatement in the Slorth Central Association of Col- eges and Secondary Schools by the association's board of review at the annual convention. The recommendations were virtually the same as official reinstatement as all recommendations o£ the board are accepted cy the' association. The two institutions were suspended last year for failure to live up to the standards of the association. Thirteen other collages in the association's territory of 20 states were recommended for approval in the report. They include McKendree college, Lebanon, Dl.; Evansville college of Indiana; University of Detroit; College of;St. Scholastics, Duluth. Minn., and Augustana college of Sioux Falls, S. Dak. The board of review, in its annua report read by H. M. Gage, presi dent of Coe college, Cedar Rapids recommended no definite action in the dispute with Northwestern uni versity. President Gage said th North Central body did not wish to make investigations unless Bi; Ten schools desired them and wit his statement, the incident was con ··idered closed. CUTTING THE OVERHEAD Squatters near the Hoover dam site In Nevada live in tents, do thoi own housework anil otherwise economize while waiting lor worlc. Her is un o^en-air barhcr sho; in operation. 3 South Federal 3 South Federal READY FOR EASTER! A Splendid Array of Fascinating SPRING COATS Styled to Arouse You r Instant Enthusiasm! Dangerous to let a COLD hnng on. Stop it in a hurry with HILL'S CASCARA QUININE. Take two tiny tablets now--follow directions --and IN A DAY the four medicinal agents compounded into each HILL'S {ablet will break up that cold, make you feel fine . . . or druggist will refund your money. Avoid substitutes. Vatican Station Used to Invite Catholics to Make Pilgrimag VATICAN CITY, March 19. (IP)-The Vatican radio station was usec this morning to broadcast for the first time an invitation to Catholics ' thruout the world to participate in May in an international pilgrimage making the fortieth aniversary of the encyclical "rerum novarum" of Pope Leo XIH. The invtitatiori was issued HI Latin. English and 11 other languages. STEEDS BELONGING TO MERRY-GO-ROUND PERISH IN FLAMES Does Smoking S MOKING--and foods tliat disagree-often cause heartburn, indigestion, gas, that "uneasy feeling." Here's a new pleasant way for quick relief--after eating or smoking too much eat a few 1 urns, the delicious new Antacid mints that quickly relieve heartburn, sour stomach, cas, acid indigestion and stop trouble before it starts. Eat two or three Turns after meals (often one is enough). You 11 like the flavor. Get your Turns today. 'At all druggists'. Only lOc. \ For Acid Indigestion IOWA FALLS, March 19.--The report circulated about the city that several head o£ horses perishec in the fire that damaged the barn of N. D. Larson here created quite a sensation. Damage done by the fire was $800 Investigation, proved fhat while the report was; true jn a sensoj ihe -horses" fcelongea to 'merry-go-round outfit that was stoied in the barn. The "livestock" loss was to John Ford, owner of the equipment. It is reported no insurance was carried. Jury Selected at Decorah. DECORAH, March 10.--A jury was selected to try the case of He- Andrews versus McCn.ll. The case was expected to open today. This is the second jury case of the February term of the district court. American Missionaries Were Killed'in Their Sleep With Hatchets. NANKING, March 19. UP)--The slayers of Mrs. Vera White and Mrs Victoria Miller, American mission arjes, at Yunnanfu Sunday night have been captured by provincia authorities, ,tiie foreign office war nformed today. The two women were . killed in their sleep while- their husband were absent from the seventh day adventist mission at Yunnanfu. Mr; White's home was in Battlegrount Washington and Mrs. Miller's horn was in Spokane. The women were slain with hatch ets. Mrs. White's two childrei asleep'in the mission, were not m lested. Mrs. Sangcr might convert tb senate to birth control if she coul bake it retroactive.--Kcssinger Review. ITHS SOUGHT NEWBY DEATH Two Boys Believed Headed for Florida After Taking Automobile. CHICAGO, March 19. (A')--Two youths, believed headed for Florida, vere sought today in the slaying of Miss Norma Newby, 36, whose badly bruised body was found half coveerd wtih snow i na forest preserve Tuesday night.. The youths stole the automobile of Frank J. Murray, the woman's escort, after beating him, and de- serted.it the day following'at Jones- villc, Va. Several days later, uear Bristol, a motorist was held up and robbed of his automobile by two youths of the same description. Meimwhile a hearing on a petition for a writ of habeas corpus fo 1 .Murray was pending but police officials planned to ask a postponement until after the inquest. AT THE HOSPITALS Travel By Train It Costs Less BARGAIN FARES TO MANY PLACES Travel by train . . . It costs lea* . . .and Jl'a much mor« comfortable. Wintry days ore June clnya in roomy, ·team-heated reclining chair cars or coaches.' Plenty of room to 6 trot I about - r . to read or to rest , . , plenty of room for your wraps and iDSgair*. - - u n d n a you ride, you can dbw leisurely and sumptuously at ·very moderate cost. Round Trip \Yeek-End Fares Travel in Comfortable Coach ea Austin, Minn Minneapolis* Minn. St. Paul, Minn. . Ft. Dodge, Omaha, Neb $1-05 . 3.nO One Way Coach Fares Daily Arizona . California :\ $47.40 Low Round Trip Fares Dally Tickets ffood in Pul! mans, bertha cxtrm Los Angeles . . ) San Diego . . . } $127.84 SxaFraacbeo. . ) On yoor next frir confer wilh your nearest Gre*t Western a (rent. He can MVO yon money no matter where yoa wont to no. J. H. McW«ter«, Genl Aicnt C. G. W. Sullon, Mn«on City, la. Phono US J7»R Clarence Ressler, Meservey, was able to leave Mercy hospital Tuesday following treatment. George Mallory, Rudd, was dismissed from Park hospital Tuesday following a'minor operation. Hans W. Kofoot, 116 Second street southwest, was dismissed from Park hospital Tuesday following treatment. Mrs Frank Huxtable, 301)6 South Federal avenue, who underwent a minor operation at ParK hospital, was dismissed Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Lippcrt, 521 Washington avenue northwest, was able to leave Mercy hospital Tuesday following treatment. Mrs Frank Lee, Hanlontown, and her infant daughter were dismissed from Mercy hospital Tuesday. An eight pound five and one-half | ounce daughter was born to Mr.-and , Mrs. G. I. Wood, 325 Fifth street | northwest, at Park hospital Wednesday. Louis Schmidt, Rockford, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Wednesday. Clara Saunders, 618 Adams avenue southwest, was admitted to Wercy hospital for treatment Wed- icsday. \V E. Slafter, Rockford, was admitted to Park hospital for a ma- or operation Wednesday. . Miss Pearl Rohr, 551 Seventh itreet southeast, was admitted to 'ark hospital for a major operation Wednesday. C. P. Godfrey, 11-18 First street northeast, v/as admitted to Park lospital for a major operation Wednesday. Neil Kahl, Britt, was dismissed from Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. A. L. Schmidt, 408 Ninth street southeast, was dismissed from Park h o s p i t a l Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. S. B. Bryson,'route 4, who underwent a major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Wednesday. F. W. Wright, 231 Sixth street southwest, who has been at Park hospital for a minor operation and treatment, was dismissed Wednesday. Mrs. H. E. Meloy, Clear Lake, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Wednesday. Mrs. Gerald Janasen, Mescrvey who underwent a. major operatior at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Wednesday. breakfast delight EVERY one loves that wonderful flavor o£ PEP--that sun-brown crispness--that delicious taste. And Kellogg's PEP Bran Flakes are healthful. They're full of whole-wheat nourishment. They have just enough bran to be mildly laxative. A -luncheon treat And what a cheering lunch they make. With milk or cream and a bit of fruit, they make ' a splendid' dish for the children in the mld- 'dle of' the afternoon. Grown-ups welcome them for a late-in-tbe-evening treat. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Ask your grocer for these better bran flakes. PEP B R A N F L - A K E S Materials include black and white tweeds, chongalettes, Trico broadcloth, Tulga, Sport Tweeds, Lovely fashions scarf throws . . . tailored or fur fabric collars and cuffs. Very Unusual Fabrics are new light spongy spring weaves. Colors are Skipper Blue, Black, Green, Red.. .. Very flattering! Smart fur trimmings of Blue Fox-Dyed Vicuna, Lapin, Blue F o x - D y e d Mandel. Adorable Spring Fashions! De Luxe Models! Rich fabrics of Juil- liards, Basha, American Chongal- ettes, Stevens Monotone, Tailored or furred with Wolf, Broadtail Tropical Seal, Monkey Fur, Caracul, Erkimine $ Clever! Original! Flattering Creations in EASTER DRESSES Exquisite Printed and Plain Crepes .. cowl necklines .. novel cuffs, Clever jacket effects . . attractive jabots, striking color schemes . . dresses that are unusual! Knitted and jersey sports models! Luxurious Chiffons with cute velvet jackets . . . gay printed jackets with plain skirts . . . large floral patterns on dark and light backgrounds. Copies of exclusive Parisian imports! Dainty ueovgettes, lovely quality Crepes--lace trimmed or tailored. Jaunty sports frocks! Colors: Skipper Blue, Dew Green, French Rose, Talisman Red, Guardsman Blue, Navy, Black. Spring's Newest Vogue! JACQUETTES Elegant Keramie in black, tan, eggshell. Belted models-~Johnny*r crush collars. Sizes 14 to 20. un- Really surpassable at this surprisingly low price! You'll Like These Swaggery SUITS Swaggery models of chongalette-- neatly tailored or trimmed with fur fabric. Many have cute berets to match. Sizes 14 to 20. Stunning! BUY YOUR EASTER OUTFIT HERE!

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