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March 20, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 20 1931 Hog Market Will Start. SHENANDOAH, March 20. (UP) --A new hog market will be opened bere April lj according to announcement today. Concentration and load- Ing yards are noXv beingp constructed rapidly by $ crew of 60 men. Will Improve Main Road. DULTJTH, Mach 20. UPj-jD men, under direction of county, .and state forestry officials, are going to improve the Miller Trunk highway, the main thorpfare- from the Head of the Lakes to the range cities. PLAIN . OR IODIZED Improvements Made at Hampton Cemetery HAMPTON, March 20.--Many Improvements haye been made to Hampton's cemetery and several other points ·· along the Jefferson highway s'o that it is now-considered among the beauty spots of the surrounding country.,Several years ago."an aid society was formed in connection with the' cemetery. This group took an active part in the program of beautification. An iron fence was erected along the nigh- way, ornamental gates were Installed, a cement bridge constructed, graveled driveways laid out 'and other, improvements made. Other features along the highway includa gladiolus beds and rows of evergreens at Harriman's park and farther north the country club and golf grounds. Go to Rochester. WODTN--Mr. and Mrs. John Von Laven and daughter, Lena, went to Rochester, Minn., Thursday whert Lena consulted r. specialist. on't Expect Soap Alone to Give Dish Washing 0 Results ... New water-softening- cleanser is almost magicjn action--with local hard water and *A usual amount of soap. Vz the time. A NEW discovery--not a soap, but a water-softening cleanser--makes any so'ap more effective by changing hard water to soft. It enables you to cut dish washing tim e in half. Andy ou need use only one-fourth the usual amount of soap Women now find that greasy film on dishes has been eliminated and greasy scum is no longer left in the dishpan-in spite of this city's hard water. - What It Is It is a preparation-called Cltmalene that you add to your washing water. Just a teaspoon ,pr two. , Instantly, it takes all the harshness out of that water. Makes it soft as rain water. *~At the same tune,'due to certain bland cleansing agents, it instantly DISSOLVES all dirt, stains and grime. Use the soap or soap flakes you ordinarily do. Then see for yourself the amazing results. During 1930 women used over 33,000,000' packages of Climalene for washing, for dean- ing and in the dishpan. Laboratory Proved To assure results to you, we buy fine things, lingerie and delicate fabrics, costly china. Then by repeated washings, try to spoil or fade them. Consider, please, what those things mean to you. Consider, too, that the minute you put this creation into water, all harshness is taken, away--your hands protected-from roughness, made soft, smooth and white. Then try it. Remember the name--Climalene.Your grocer hasitfn lOcand 25c packages. THE CLIMALENE Co., CANTON, O. OJMALENE ^^^Tfie Water-Softex ing Cleanitr P.s. Ask Your Grocer Now Buys The Best Toilet Bowl Cleanser Made BOWLENE Made ' by Ihe Maken of Climalent CONFERENCE TO HEAR 2 BISHOPS North lowans Hold Offices in Groups to Meet at Okoboji. . OKOBOJI, March 20; UP--Bishop F. B. Fisher of Anfl Arbor, Mich., and Bishop Titus Lowe of Portland, Ore., will be the principal lecturers at the Bible. conference .for young 1 people to be held here Aup. 2 to 9 by the Methodist Episconal church of the northwest Iowa district. Bishop Fisher who is called the "stormy petrel of Methodism" is pastor of the university church of the University of Michigan. He is the only blshAo-or the Methodist Eoiscopal church ever to resign his bishopric to return-to a pastorage. Bishop Lowe formerly was minister at Cedar Falls and Omaha. He also was missionary to India for 10 years. " . · · ' . ' · Other speakers at the Bible conference include Dr. El H. Kohlstedt of Philadelphia, secretary of the board of home missions, and Dr. F. W. Schneider, vice president of Morningside college. Br. Frank Mossman, president of Morningside, is chairman of the program committee and other members of the college faculty' will lead' song and musical programs during the session. The Rev. H. E. Hutchinspn of Boencer has been elected dean' of the summer institute for the eleventh consecutive year. The Rev. Ada Nash of Wall Lake will be dean of women.' -^ ' The Rev. Lloyd Sherer of Kanawha has been elected president of the Epworth league institute whicli is scheduled to be held at Lake Oko- bo.ii, July. 12 to 19. The Rev.,H. E. Whyte of Klemma is treasurer, thR Rev. F. C. Ortmeyer of Clarion, secretary; and the Rev. Mr. Hutchinson, chairman of the executive board. . ' Game Law Changes , .in Bill' Are Sent, to Representatives DES MOXNES, March 20. UP)"-Important changes, in the present fish and game laws would be made in a bill by Senator F. D. Ickis of Union county which has been sent to the house after passing the' sen- ' ate without opposition. The changes include the follow- i ing: : That in cases where a license is ; revoked, no new license shall be issued for one year. Closed season on trout from Sept. l to April 15, instead of from Dec. 1 to May 14. Limits to 30 the number of certain fish which lawfully may be in possession of an individual at one 'time. : , .·- . . . . . · . , ' . . : . ' · / ' A d d s black suckers to the Hst of , undesirable fish at the option of the gamo warden. Extends protection on grouse, heasant and wild turkey from 1932 o 1936 and. protects woodchuck at H times. Provides bag- limits of four g-eese r brant, 15 ducks or coots, 15 in- tead of 21 waterfowl, 15 rabbits or qulrrel, not over 30 game birds or animals at one time. Allows use-of boat concealed in ushes in pursuit of wounded birds. Protects beaver, house or dam, for all time. Research to Be Given at Education Session IOWA CITY March 20.--Fruits of a year of research will, be revealed to delegates from many sec- lions of the United States when the University of Iowa holds its sixth annual national conference on commercial education next month. First of its kind in the country and now imitated only by New York university, the conference of April 17 and 18 will draw a distinguished personnel of speakers from five states and the District of Columbia. Gain in Farms Shown. · DULUTH, March 20. UP)--An indication of the growth of farming In northern Minnesota in the pasl 10 years, especially in Itasca coun ty, is shown In federal census ng ures received . here. Minnesota gained nearly 7,000 farms from 1920 to 1930, tfie report showjJ. Program by Kanawha Campf ire 'Girls Given KANAWHA, March 20.--A grand council fire was. the program v for the birthday week of the Kajuhisc Camp Fire Girls in the high school Thursday afternoon. Among those on the program were: Marjorie Ersland, Lois Johnson, Genevieve Hoveland, Doris Davis, Blanche Cleveland, Mary- Blomgren, Gretta Jane McNeish, Carey Fosen, Jean Warnock, Jean Gorton, Eleanor Goodrich, Jean Warnock, Eleanor Goodrich. Miss Rose Morris, Belmond, charter member of this group, was a visitor. Globe-Gazette Offers Readers Booklet on MODERN HOMES Homey homes--beautiful bungalows--attractive two-s t o r y houses--that have been built and occupied by people of modest means are presented In the illustrated booklet, MODERN HOMES, now offered the readers of the Globe-Gazette at a nominal cost and handling charge of 6 cents. Send for a copy before you plan your own home. It Is full of inspiration and practical suggestions. · . . Use this coupon. The Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, Frederic J. Hasliln, Director, Washington, D. C. I Inclose herewith 6 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet, MODERN HOMES. Name ............... ...... Street City State Brother in Plerpont Dies SEXTON, March 20.--Otto Neu- --"with chicken man received word of the death of his brother, Herman Neuman, 64, at Pierpont, S. Dak. Otto Neuman and his brother, Carl, Shellrock, planned to attend the funeral Saturday at Pierpont. THE NEW STAFF OF LIFE Uneeda Bakers O-SO-GUD BUTTER PRETZELS It's,easy to eat your way around an O-So-Gud Butter Pretzel. ·'' * , - ' Let its crispness be your guide! Such dry salty flavor is a taste * to talk about. Always to be found under the Red Uneeda Seal. Uneeda Bakers NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY rare of Hills Bros Coffee is never the result of luck...it is the result of roasting evenly ... continuously ... a 1 i 111 e at a » t i m e NO ONE can drink Hills Bros. Coffee ·with- out realizing that it has a flavor no o_ther coffee has. Controlle^ Roasting--Hills Bros,* patented, continuous process--is the reason for this delicious difference. Every berry is "done to a turn" by this process that roasts only a few pounds at a time, and possesses the utmost in uniform flavor and fragrant aroma. Such perfection cannot be achieved in bulk-roasted coffee. Whenever or wherever you buy Hills Bros. Coffee, it is always fresh. Air, which destroys the Savor of coffee, is taken out and kept out of the vacuum can in which Hills Bros. Coffee is packed. Ordinary cans, even if airtight, do nqt keep coffee fresh. Ask for Hills Bros. Coffee by name and look for the Arab--the trade-mark--on the can. Sold by grocers everywhere. HILLS BROS COFFEE Hills Bros. Coffee, Inc., 617 Washington Avenue, N., Minneapolis, Minn.

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