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April 15, 1936

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 15 H 1936 SEVEN SOCIETY NEW Mother-Daughter Banquet Will Be at M. E. Church Plans are going forward for the first mother-daughter banquet in many years to be held at the First Methodist church Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Reservations will be taken by Mrs. T. E. Davidson until Thursday. The Character Builders class is making arrangements with. Mrs. F. M. Humphrey in charge, assisted by Mrs. J. A. Handel. The program will open with assembly singing led by the class. Mrs. J. R. Youngdale will give the greetings to the daughters and Marjorie Brown will respond. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney will be the speaker of the evening and her topic will be "A Pageant of the Nations." Mrs. Cerney will wear costumes of Portugal, Italy, Hungary, Yugoslavia and Czecho-Slovakia and will speak about each country. There will be musical selections by the C. B. class with Mrs. Morris Laird as accompanist. French Chef Judges Lady 'by Knowledge of Food She Shows NEW YORK, !JP)--A woman who knows how to eat is rare, said a noted French chef today, adding, "A lady is no lady unless she knows food." Rene Durand--he has cooked for four kings--was distressed because: "Women know even less about food than men do. Their minds fail to grasp the idea of sauces. "However, I fear America's preference will always be red meat: Steak and chops, with some let- Women's Dreaded 40's riiysicinns rail this period Jlcno- panse. It is t h e dreaded chanso °t lite. Women should face this period with well-balanced health or djuipcrons symptoms mn.r appear. Jlurliid thoughts o f t e n Imu'iit the. inind accompanied b.v e x t r e m e nervousness ami hot flashes. This is t h e time when deficiencies in general health should be helped. Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription is » tonic for women which is remarkably efficient at this time o£ lire. Also for j-oung sirls ernwins i n t o womanhood, for those who suffer from headache, weak- cninjr drains, hackacho, this is just the vegetable tonic needed. E"I now. Women would profit, he said, by conning a cook book "as part of their preparation for a sophisticated life--just as they study to improve their bridge game. "But they should realize you can t become a fine cook unless you are a man, and began as a boy; you can't learn at 25." He said a good cook is probably the world's most intelligent creature--"I never say a good cook that was a dumbbell." BAtJM-PAITERSON LAKOTA -- Marvin Baum, who runs a barber shop here, and Miss Leona Patterson, beauty shop operator, were married on Saturday by the' Rev. A. F. Bocse of the Lutheran church. They will make their home in rooms back of their shop. K. B. AUXILIARY IS ENTERTAINED. K. B. auxiliary met with Miss Velma Baker. Kirk apartments, Tuesday evening. Following the business session. Miss Baker led the lesson on "Homes of Kagawa." Refreshments were served at the close Reward Scheme Is Best C u r e for N a i l Biter By-CARRY C. MYERS, PH. D. Child Training Expert. Many are the letters I read about the child who bites his fingernails. Here is what a child psychologist told me about his nail-biting boy of 12: "I find it is hard to keep from admonishing him about the habit, yet I well know how vain, even harmful to the child it is, to talk and disapprove. I am just human, loo. He really would like to overcome the habit, and occasionally has succeeded for a few months at a stretch. Usually, during the summer, after he has quieted down for several weeks, his fingernails grow long again. Several of his playmates gnaw at their fingernails, too; and any one of them may lose a nail a night at the movie. Enforcing Program. "We could cure this lad--who eventually will cure himself--by subjecting him to a rigid program of enforced rest and quiet, if we wished to pay the price of doing so. As to many other children of his age, life is tingling with alluring interests. "He wears himself out with enthusiasms over his creative play. Whereas some children are under stroug nervous strain because of vexations and frustrations, this lad seems to wear himself ragged over joys and successes. I guess this is all very well for his mental growth, and apparently for his present happiness, as he seems to have no dull moments while awake; yet it hardly is so good for his emotional health. He seems to be over-stimulated." Emotional Sedatives Needed. A great many of my readers could match the foregoing case. Our whole social trend, indeed, seems to aim at stimulating youth to more mental and physical activity. It seems to me that a big problem facing us is to discover ways of affording emotional sedatives, especially for these highly excitable children and for some of their mammas and papas. Back to fingernails. Reward schemes sometimes work--punishment never. A visit to the manicurist may prove effective; especially for a girl. Nevertheless, nail biting is a symptom of high nervous ten, sion. Anything which builds the child up physically, and promotes emotional poise for him, ought to reduce nail biting and other not dissimilar expressions of nervousness. Certainly I answer questions personally, sent to me in care of this apcr. Please enclose a self-ad- iressed, stamped envelope. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Guild had as their Easter guests the Charles Hill family of Lonerock who spent the week-end with them. They also visited Mr. Hill's parents, Mr. and I 'll'H - SOCIAL CALENDAR Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 At This Special SALE PRICE 1 WEDNESDAY K. B. Bridge club-6:30 o'clock, Cerro Gordo hotel, Mrs. E, G. Larson, hostess. Harding 0. S. C.-7:30 o'clock, school. L. A. to B. oE R. T.-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. \. M. C. and B. W. 7:30 o'clock, Labor hall. St. James Friendship society-8 o'clock, church parlors, Mr. and Mrs. S. Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. H. Thompson serving. Trinity Lincoln circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Vinnie Christensen, 115M First street southeast, husbands guests. W. M. T. club-8 o'clock, Mrs. Carl Johnson, 429 Second street northeast. Crescent club-8 o'clock, Y. W. C. A.., Reuben Hall, speaker. Special music. THURSDAY Energetic class-Church, picnic lunch. U. S. \V. V. circle-2:30 'o'clock. Airs. Glen Gilbert, 1012 First street northwest, Mrs. Mae Morgan, Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson, assisting. Baptist division 2-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. A. L. Ade, 1112 West State street. Sans Souci club-1 o'clock, Mrs. R. W. Willis, 221 Ninth street northwest. R. N. A, Health club-2 o'clock, Moose hall, election of officers, Mrs. H. L. Leake, chairman. History club-1 o'clock, Mrs. C. I. Snyder, 1013 First street northwest. Internes club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Paul Loomis, 713 Twelfth street northeast. St: James division 2-2 o'clock, Mrs. E. Miller, 242 Fifteenth street southeast. Immanuel N. E. division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. A. E. Bodell, 625 Sixth street southeast. Trinity Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. A. J. Carmen, Mrs. Malcolm Reed, Mrs. Floyd E. Yaggy, hostesses. L. U. G. A. dull-Mrs. Marvin Johnson. Hanford Ladies aid-Mrs. Irwin Johnson. Novel club-Mrs. Frederick J. Olson, 216 South Crescent drive, Mrs. B. F. Sherman, lesson. Athenian club-Mrs. E. E. Fleming, 503 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, current events, Mrs. J. W. Macket, Iowa history week, Mrs. H. G. Weber; lesson, Mrs. J. E. McDonald, "Trend of Modern Plays.'.' Sorosis club-Mrs. Guy Blackmore, 1034 Third street southwest, lesson, Mrs. Elizabeth Miler. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. Ben Banker, Mrs. Art. Donaghy, PAIR = = -» ' ' ' CURTAINS: SECOND FLOOR H '@ Something new in Panels H © Ruffled Flounce Curtains with Drape H Top. = f» Three-quarter Length Curtains. M' ® Organdy Cottage Sets Appliqued in Re'd and Black. ~ ' Just at the right time, in time for Spring house-cleaning, we are giving you ~ this special sale on Master-Craft curtains. These curtains are individually ~ distinctive in design, with an elegance and quality truly astonishing at this = low price. This is an unique opportunity to obtain these exquisite curtains in time to beautify your home for spring! Come early for color selections. Mrs. Henry c - Shipman, 1419 North Federal avenue, has left for Sioux City where she will spend some time visiting. * * * Mason City sudents who have returned to the University of Iowa after a brief Easter recess include Woodrow Sherin, Gilbert McEwen, Paxson Shaffer, Starr Yclland, Billy Sullivan and Ross Smith. J * * * GRANT P. T. A. TO MEET THURSDAY Grant P. T. A. will meet Thursday afternoon at the school. The kindergarten will be in charge of the program. During ,the business session the nominating committee will report a slate of officers for the coming year. PARTY HELD AT THOMPSON HOME. A group of friends gathered at the Theodore Thompson home on East State street for a. 6 o'clock supper Tuesday evening. Five hundred was played at four tables with high score prizes going to Mrs Herman Nagel and C. J. Garner and low to Mrs. Arthur Craig and Fred Mallo A gift was presented to the honoree. Guests included Mr. and Mrs J B. Hanner, Mr. and Mrs. Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Nagel and son, Milton, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Birch, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Birch, Mr. and Mrs. Mallo and daughter, Marlys. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and Mr. Thompsons mother. FRIENDLY CfRCLE MEETS AT McfJOWANS. Friendly Circle club met Tuesday with Mrs. A. L. McGowan, 223 First street southeast. The time was spent in piecing a quilt and games were played with prizes going to Mrs. C. H. Harrison and Mrs. Ed Neu. Mrs. Neu was a guest. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ed Wessels. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES A L LI S O N--Marriage licenses were issued here to Harry Hartema n Clarkvsille, and Evelyn Wcm- ber°- 20, Allison; and to Casjen C Vanderwerf, 29, Wellsburg and Em. ma Oldenberger, 27, Parkersburg. Faber and Smith Talk to Madison Community Edgar Faber and John Smith of the Iowa State highway patro spoke Tuesday night at the Madison community center meeting on high way safety. They stressed the un po-tance of safety with regard t children crossing streets. Bonnie Ol son played a piano solo. RITES HELD FOR W.H.RUTLEDGE Aged Man Is Buried at His O . - . Former Home Irvmgton. m CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for William H. Rutledge, 84, who re- ided with his daughter, Mrs. F. H. Mien, south of Clear Lake, were eld Tuesday afternoon at the Allen esidence and at the Presbyterian Jiurch at Irvington. The Rev. Mr. Hillman of Sheffield ffidated at the services at Clear J ake and the Rev. Mr. English of rvington was in charge of the hurch services and those at the rrave. Out-of-town relatives at the ser.'ices were Thomas Dale of Grin- noil brother-in-law of Mr. Allen, Henderson Dale, Deep River and Thomas Dale, Jr., of Grinnell, nephews; Mrs. L. Law, a granddaugh- er, and Mr. Lau of Frost, Minn.; Mrs. William Sturgeon, Plymouth, Mrs. Dell Barker, Minnesota Lake, Minn.; Mrs. S. A. Barker, -Lamber,on, Minn.; and Mrs. Charles Cox, Austin, Minn., daughters of Mr. ^utledge. Pallbearers were the four grandsons: Clarence, Ernest and Lesllie Allen of Clear Lake and Howard Barker, Waldorf, Minn. Crowd Attends Rites for Crash Victim "Pat" Lee GRID DRILLING STARTS AT LAKE Steiner, hostesses. Mrs. George hostesses. Grant P. T. A.-School, program by kindergarten. Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., lesson, Helen Meyer; music. Baptist D. O. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Walter Needham, 333 Twentieth street southeast, pot luck supper. B. P. W. c.lub-- 7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, fun night. . American Legion auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. L. O. T. O.-S o'clock, I. 0. O. F. hall. Household Employes-- 7:30 o'clock, Y.' W. C. A. Services Held From Metho-* dist Church, Taps Are Sounded. CLEAR LAKE--One of the largest crowds in the history of the Methodist church gathered there Tuesday afternoon for the funeral of Donald "Pat" Lee, 5 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lee of Ventura, who was fatally injured when accidentally struck by an automobile driven by Corrie O. Fitts of Mason City, one half block from the boy's home on highway 18. The Rev. Mr. Dirks, pastor of the United Brethern church of; Ventura, officiated using for his text, ,. m , *· in.i_ fiun^i cufiii M KIRSCH and COLUMBIA Venetian Blinds Cut any size to fit your particular windows. Choice colors in slats and tape. All with automatic stop. of 12 MATCHES, per box, our price HERSHEY'S Milk Chocolate, giant i/j "'. bar SALMON, Mayflower, pound can . 3 c lOc IHc GARDEN Seed, Ferry's Full Line We Pay 16c a Dozen in Trade " for Good Eggs Pay Cash and Save 10% and 30% MORRIS FOOD STORE 221 6th Street Southwest Chicago Doctor Assails^ _ "Exaggerated Claims" in Contemporary Drug Acl The pronencss to exaggeration in dru" advertising was discussed by Dr.°R. G. Leland of Chicago, identified with the American Medical association and Hygeia, its official publication, in an address Wednesday 'noon before the Mason City Lions club. One by one, he went -down through the list of cold cures, cathartics, hair restorers, reducers, soaps and cigarets. giving formulas or assailing the claims made in newspaper, magazine, billboard or radio advertising. Through it all, the speaker was directing attention to the dangers inherent in self-medication and the importance of periodical physical examinations by medical doctors. Dr. Leland, introduced by Dr. Harold Morgan, head of the Lions club's entertainment committee, dipped into history to show that as early as five centuries before the birth of Christ, the curative science was divided into substantially the same divisions as prevail today in the healing profession. Later he referred to the precedent for contemporary humbuggery by reading from an- ancient guaranteed cure for baldness and falling hair, based on an application of the remains of decomposed mice. Dr. Leland came to Mason City for an address before the Cerro Gordo county medical society at a dinner meeting Wednesday night. Royal Holbrook of Cedar Rapids, widely known authority on Iowa and her resources, was a guest of the club. Thompson Appeal to Be Heard. Next Fall DES MOINKS. i.Pi--J. M. Parsons, assistant chief justice of the Iowa supreme court Wednesday set hearing of the appeal of Tony Thompson, St. Louis, MO., from his murder conviction for the September term of court. Thompson was sentenced to be hanged last October for the murder of Martin Wolz, Louisa county farmer, during a torture robbery. His appeal halted the execution. LAKE GIRL IS FIRST SWIMMER Geneva Henningsen, Wades Through Ice for Her First Dip. CLEAR LAKE -- Clear Lake's first swimmer each spring waded through honeycombed ice Cunday for her first dip in the lake this season. She is Geneva Henningsen, 11 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L,. L. Heningsen, on the south shore, who stepped out in her bathing suit last year on the first day of spring, March 21. Miss Henningson is a robust and athletic girl who is considered large for her age. Her- hardy and sturdy constitution dates back to her birth. Her weight was 16 pounds at birth, just the same as Henry Linne, Jr., a Clear Lake offspring of several weeks ago and the second largest baby found on the records of the United States. The girl took another plunge Monday when all of the ice went out of the lake. She swam out a,bout 300 feet, dived under and swam back, her skin taking on a rosy hue by the exhilarating experience. She swims at the Touristville boat livery beach, which her father operates. "The Little Child Them" from Isaiah 11:6. Mrs. Eddy Sang. Mrs. Arlcigh Eddy sang two numbers, "Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam" and "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder." Henry Raun of Mason City sounded taps at the Memorial Park cemetery where burial was made. Among the out-of-town relatives at the services were: Mr. and Mrs. F B. Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jacobson, Dakota City; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jacobson, Gaylord Jacobson, all of Cedar Falls; Vcrlct Jacobson, Olive Frances of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spriggs, Ames; Mrs. Ernest C. Dunn, Fort Worth, Tex.; Lawrence Lee, Boone; J. E. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Thomas, all of Clarion. From Away. Out-of-town friends at the. services were: Mr. and Mrs. William Blomkcr, -Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson Mrs. Esther Lindhart. Mrs. Flossie Haydcn, all of Humholdt. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Muth, Des Moines. Many other friends from Clear Lake, Ventura and Mason City were present. Pallbearers were Anton FarK, Clarence Bast, Ed Nelson and Harry Peterson, all of Ventura. Underclassmen Take First Instructions for Fall Work-outs. CLEAR LAKE--Twenty-five men reported for spring football practice at the Lions field Tuesday afternoon. This work-out will give the coaches some idea of the material and local line-up for the heavy football schedule this fall. From all appearances there will be a lot of green material and a lighter line than the past year, but a few months' growth may change the appearance of some of the under classmen who are out in fairly strong numbers. At the end of the two weeks practice period a game will be played from two teams chosen by two captains. Assistant Coach Dale Harmon is in charge of the gridsters, while Coach Chris Johnston works with the 34 on the track squad. Eight from this crew will enter the Iowa State Teachers college relays at Cedar Falls this week-end. Clear Lake Calendar Clear Lake Briefs Silas B. Mason of Large Construction Company Dies at 65 GRAND COULEE DAM, Wash., (/pi--Silas B. Mason, 65, president of one of the nation's largest contracting companies, died in the Mason City hospital Tuesday night of a heart attack. Funeral arrangements were held in abeyance pending arrival, of his wife, nationally known sportswoman, by plane from Louisville, Ky. Mason was president of the Silas Mason company, 106 year old contracting firm. He also was chairman of the Mason-Walsh-Atkinson- Kicr company, builders of the Grand Coulee hydro-electric foundation dam. When his firm was awarded the 563,000,000 contract nearly two years ago he organized the MWAK company, a syndicate. It embraced the Walsh Construction company, Davenport, Iowa, Alfred Atkinson company, Los Angeles, Kier Construction company. Portland. Ore., and Starrett Construction company, New York City. After Easter Special -- Thurs, Fri Sat. only, shampoo and finger wave 50c. Royal Barber and Beauty Shop. Ph. 416. Elston Omstead returned to Vermillion, S. Dak., alter spending Easter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Omstead at Outlet park. Floyd Jacobson made a business trip to Ames Tuesday, returning the same clay. The Double C class of (he Methodist church held its regular meeting Tuesday night. A pic social was the evening's entertainment. Joanne Sheplee, Camp Grounds, returned Monday from spending the week-end at Huntley, Minn., with her grandmother and sister. Mr. and Sirs. Kermit Lnrson of Mason City have taken possession of the Wolf Den on the Camp Grounds for the season. Mrs. Larson's mother and sister and her family of Austin, Minn., spent the weekend at the Larson cottage. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Carpenter and daughter, Verna, have taken an apartment at the Ira Jones home, North Third street, for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Worden have moved into the Reed cottage on the Camp Grounds for the sea- Mr, and Mrs. Milton Duesenberg, Avalon apartments, plan to move this week to Eldora where the Sears Construction company, for which he works, has a grading job. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seheet and taken Thursday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Will Osborne playing. Royal club at Mrs. Julia Werle home, Holt street. Linger Longer club at Mrs. H. S. Moore home. North Second street. Pythian Sisters at I. O. 0. F. hall, 6:30 dinner, regular session. Dorcas circle at Mrs. Carl Lasson home, South Winnie street. Friday--Rebekah social circle at I. O. 6. F. hall, business session at 4, supper at 6. Past Noble Grands meet at I. O. 0. F. hall at S. Clear Lake encampment at I. 0. O. F. hall at 8. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom. Dance' at North Shore Country club, Eli Rice playing. Spring Clothes Look Like New when they come back from our plant. Our system makes your dresses, suits, coats, hats, sweaters sparkle with beauty. DRAPERIES AND CURTAINS We're really expert at Cleaning and Dyeing drapes and curtains. If tired of their color, let. us Dye them, then they'll look just like new. Reasonable prices. Mason City Dyers and Cleaners 1401 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY Woman Who Ran Away With Evangelist Gets Divorce From Baker COUNCIL BLUFFS. (.T) -- The second divorce had been granted Wednesday as the result of the elopement' of Basel W. Foote. former evangelist, and Mrs. Pearl Baker to Galveston, Tex., in 1934. Mrs. Baker, who is 29 years old, obtained a divorce late Tuesday from Glenwood Baker, 38. whom she charged with cruelty. Footc's wife, Mrs. Blanche Foote, 35, obtained a divorce from him on April 10. Foote and Mrs. Baker were arrested at Galveston after their elopement and were brought to Des Moines on Mann act charges. Foote later was paroled by Federal Judge Charles S. Dewey and- the charge against Mrs. Baker was- dropped. The Bakers' three small children are wards of the juvenile court. Scheef is cleaner. family of Mason City have a.n apartment at the Fred Rogers building on West State street. Mr. employed by Neal the etinci. Miss Helga ChristensTM, Chicago, spent several days last week with Clear Lake relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gardiner, 515 North Third street, returned to their home after spending the past week with Mrs. Gardiner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Frink, at Rock Rap- State Council Gets Order to Appear in Linn District Court D E S M O I N E S , (.T 1 ) -- Notices served Wednesday directed GOT. Clyde L. Herring and members of the state executive council to appear in Linn county district court by May 2S to show cause why a certificate issued by the council should not be revoked. The certificate authorized the Shores company of Cedar Rapids to deliver to Van Vechten Shaffer, also of Cedar Rapids, all of its capital stock in payment for property claimed to have been purchased by Shaffer at receivers sale of the Shores-Mueller company, May 22, 1933. The Shores-Mueller company filed complaint charging that the sale of its property and assets to the Shores company was illegal, that the Cedar Rapids superior court had no authority to approve the alleged sale and that the executive council's action was a "wrongful and illegal dispossession of the company's property." District Judge John T. Moffit issued the order directing the state officials to appear. ids. Honored at Shower. CORWITH -- Mrs. Arthur Kraft was honored at a postnuptial miscellaneous shower given by members of Paradise chapter, No. 384, O. E. S., at the close of the regular meeting Monday evening. Mrs. Kraft is the former Miss Gladys Hamm. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Glenn Barracks, Mrs. John Paulson and Mrs. Clarence Smith. Mahoney Announces His Candidacy for High Court Justice BOONE, (-T)--T. J. Mahoney. Boone county attorney, Wednesday announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for justice of the state supreme court. A native of Boone county, he has engaged in practice of law here since 1901. He is a graduate of Iowa State college and of the Drake university law school. He is a Spanish-American war veteran and during the World war was a judge advocate with the rank of major. He never has held public office. Suffers Injured Eye. RAKE--John Larson injured his eye while splitting wood. He is be- assisted on R. Lodden, the dray line by rrfgnun to Be Thursday. LAKE MILLS--The women of the Methodist church will have the annual mite box opening at the church parlors Thursday night. An interesting program has been planned for the event. PARK THEATRE WEDNESDAY NIGHT A i:nilod Artists Picture.' "Pnlooka" with LITE VK.l.K/, ·Jimmy Dunintp, Stewart K r u i n Knbrrt Arms!rone. Marjorie liambenii, William C;i3;i"'y Admission lOc and lie. LAKE THEATRE Wednesday - Thursday FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW and VICTOR McLAGLEN in "Professional Soldier" Matinep Thursday. 3:30--I6r Enjou Relief from tli at Don't suffer needlessly another hour! Let Rcsinol Ointment and Soap help you, as they have helped thousands of others, to find skin comfort. The gentle medication quickly subdues the desire to scratch, soothes irritated places and gives nature a chance to ncal the sick skin. Ac all druggists. For a "pet acquainted" free SAmpIe, write

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