The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 16, 1936 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1936
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1936 MASON riTY GLOBE-GAZEl'TE, APRIL 16 [Dexby Farm Girl Is | Chosen at Klemme Fatally Injured When Struck by Automobile \ CHARITON, (51--Frances Jones, I 12, Derby farm girl, suffered fatal [injuries when struck by an automo- i bile driven by Wright Newsome of Derby as she walked home from | school late Wednesday. Newsome, who was not held, told I officers that as he topped a hill he ' saw several children on the high- I way He declared he sounded his 'horn, and that all but the Jones girl ran to the side of the road. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES TKU Old Treatment Often Bring* Hnppy Relief Of Pain Many sufferers relieve nagging backache quickly, once they discover that the real cause o£ their trouble may be tired kidneys. The kidncvs are -one ot Ivatures chief ways ot taking the acids and waste out of the blood. If they don t pass 3 pints a. day and so get rid or more than 3 pounds of waste matter, your 15 miles o£ kidney tubes may need flushing. If you have trouble with frequent bladder passages with scanty amount which often smart and burn, the lo miles ot kidney tubes may need flushing out. This danger signal may be the beginning of nagging backache, leu pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, puffiness under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Don't wait for serious trouble. Ask vour druggist for Dean's Fills -which have been used successfully for over 40 years by millions of people. They give happy relief and will help flush out the 15 miles of kidney tubes. Get Doan's Pills. W. Henry Galbrcth, son of the Kcv. and Mrs. Willium Galbreth of Mason City, has been elected superintendent of schools at KU-nime, A graduate of Plymouth hijrh school and Upper Iowa university, he will receive His master's di' K ree at Ihe University of Iowa summer session. He served as principal of WesUleW »*h school three years and in tht same capacity at the Hospers high school four years. His nile was formerly Miss Hazel Hudson ofPlvmouth 1 Mr. Galbreth, whose father is pastor of Olivet M . E . church, has a sister, Mary Agnes who has been principal at Klcrame five years Visitors From Rapids. I VENTURA-Mrs. J. J. Nedved and son, Don of Cedar Rapids spent the pasi week with Mr. and Mrs. J. Hemetz. SECOND CONCERT TO BE APRIL 29 String Quartet, Soloists Will Be Featured in Civic Program. The second of the series of concerts to be presented by the Mason City Civic orchestra will be given at the high school Wednesday April 29, at 8:15 p. m. It will be a miscellaneous program. The final concert, which will be given Wednesday evening, May 20, will again feature the full orchestra under the direction of J. M. Power. At the concert on April 29 there will appear the Mason City string quartet composed of Mr. Power, Dr G W. Cady, Miss Marjorie Smith and Mrs. J. M. Power Featured soloists in addition to the quartet will be Mrs. B. Raymond Weston. soprano, Miss Marian Van Ness, harpist, and Oscar Larson o£ Albert Lea, concertmaster of the orchestra, violinist Since it has been the hope of those who sponsored the ticket Wins Bread Trophy p»« · ·**«· · · · -- ·---- FRIDAY ONLY WOODBURY' SENSATIONAL DEAL __ %i/ IL. hca: nOUUU'-u m^w double value for the two _ iTM concerts. In other words, every Hnket will be good for two admis- P s i o n s a n d i t i s ' hoped that friends and .overs of good music in Mason CHy will see that both concerts are | greeted by a packed house. | A. W. Pickford Chosen Vice President of Steel Plant in Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Pickford 1210 Washington avenue n? r ^ e fv ha j£ in receipt of information that their son A. W. Pickford has been elected vice president of the Arrow Head Steel Products plant, Minneapolis This company makes parts for known make of car as it Woodbury's Face Powder Mr., Mrs. Steenbard of Latimer Honored on 50th Year of Wedding LATIMER-Mr. and Mrs. Dark K t e 0 ' Mrs. Stcenhard a r VALUABLE DISCOUNT V /·NL.U/M-"--I- ^ · **· ^* ADVERTISEMENT WORTH . NOTICE TO AUTHORIZES DISTRIBUTORS i. _ . «-,, nnf VinH-rPfl t . accordance with our a g r m e n t , o u are eaC M? PiclrforA is general superintendent and there are 31 warehouses in the United States and Canada. Repairman Surprised When Fire Department Answers His Mistake Cold Cre^m at 59c and this Coupon signed. Woodbury's Perfume. . . . $ ' -00 Y/oodbury's Lipstick ..... 75 Woodbury's Powder ..... 75 Woodbury's Cold Cream __J5 TOTAL VALUE . . . . . . $3.25 - -ALL-FOR Advertisement e in LUWU. j-v*. 4.'-----j · Only Two Sets to aCustomer-LimitedJupply. TM^^TM^TM^. -f^YH^ Sale Hours 8:30 A. M. to 7:30 P. M. Only HUXTABLE DRUG CO. "NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST DRUG STOCK" 116 South Federal Avenue FRIDAY ONLY I A telephone repairman was some what surprised Wednesday afternoon when the fire department rolled to the Western Grocer company, 503 South Federal avenue, to inspect his work. . Accidentally the repairman had shorted the sprinkler alarm system in the building and called-the-department by his error. No harm wag reported and the company was assured the system was in working A t : o'clock Wednesday eve- nine the department roiled to the 1100 block on Maple drive, where children set fire to grass. \re Parents of Son. I LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Russell Oulman are parents of a son born Friday. This is the second child Have Your Wedding picture made here, at your home, or at · the reception hall. Mason City Baking Firm Wins Again Diamond Bakers Hope to Get Permanent Possession. The Mason City Baking company, 319 Delaware avenue southeast, makers of Diamond bread, has re- Sed a telegram of emulations from New York headquarters of a national contest held to determine the best quality of bread baked in tie United States. Tie local bakery which has won a -trophy for tnis ward five times in toe past two and one-half years and seven times since 1925, was highest in tie country for two months during the fiscal year since July of 1935, according to C. H. Lennan, manager. The local bakery hopes to gain permanent possession of the travel- ins cup awarded this year to the bakery which wins "three leg- on it. Because of its consistently h g h average, the Mason City Baking company already has won the cup for two years. The trophy is on display It the Gildner Brothers cloth- flEFWQM J DINING ] DOOM |BtDtt30M PHOTO STUDIO * PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. m p e o bakery to the American Insu- te of Blkuig and to the Fleischmann company and the two organ,- Concrete shows the way to Beautiful Homes . . . priced low! Many of the most beautiful residences being built today in the $2,000 to $5,000 class are of concrete. They are attractive, possess real individuality. All the advantages of concrete construction--strength, durability, permanence, fire- safety, low upkeep and low : fuel bills-may now be attained in this low price range. Send for free booklets showing the new accomplishments in distinctive architectural design and construction in small homes at a price nearly everyone can afford. P O R T L A N D C E M E N T A S S O C I A T I O N 403 Hubbcll Bids, Des Moincs, low* Plctsc send FREE booklet checked: n ItPsvstoOivnsFireproofHome-- Here's How it's Built. O 22 low-Cost Concrete Homes. }i*mt Mdrta:~.~.~- « · e Your Furs Have Changed from , . . . . . A Pleasure Let us call for your furs and your mind will be at rest about them all summer. Protect your furs. Phone 788 sample. The loaf of bread given the highest score is accorded the highest baking honor in the country- The wire received by Mr. Lennan informed him that the loaf the Mason City Baking company had sent in was one of finest ever sent in to contest headquarters. The local firm is at present leading the other bak cries of the country with an average of 97 per cent. The makers of Diamond bread last year ranked second in the country for the second successive year, as a Chicago bakery's entry placed at the top. A large part of the credit for this is due H. C. Bailey, production superintendent. _ All Day Rudd Methodist Fair Will Be April 23 RUDD--The men and women of the Rudd M. E. church will hold an all day church fair Thursday April 23. There will be booths of Merchandise and farm produce which has been donated and pf- ered for sale, home made ice ream and two home cooked meals An evening program consisting ot a home talent play and other social features will climax the daj at 8 p. m. Slew Hampton Estate Is Placed at $51,342 NEW HAMPTON--An estate inventory was filed here Thursday. The holdings of Mrs. A. Z. Bailey, widow of the former New Hampton dry goods merchant, who died Dec. ,20 1935 were listed at Sol,342.9S Claims totaling more than $1,001) have bsen filed against the estate, including $688.42 for unpaid tax on moneys and credits for the pas. f ve years Mrs. Bailey in her will dated Oct 15 1934, willed to her mother, Mrs. Etta Parker, her home on North Walnut avenue, and most 01 the remainder of her property to Mrs. Etta Martin, Sioux City, a sister and C. M. Parker. New Hampton, a brother. Death on the highway is being checked. Automobile deaths in ot I principal cities during the first foui, i t c e n weeks of this year totaled 1. 1 581 a reduction, of 432 below he I comparable period of 193a-Umtcd 1 Slates News. o America settling at Ackley where hey farmed for a number of years. About 34 years ago they moved to Thornton where they bought a arm They resided there until seven eTMs ago y when they retired and moved to Latimer. Mr. SteenhariI « 73 years old and Mrs. Stcenhard and five great grandchildren. The couple received a number o gift" flowers and cards of congrat Illation on their anniversary. Thompson, 82, Pioneer of Lake Mills, Will Be Buried on Saturday LAKE MILLS--lohn Thompson R2 died at his farm home west of town "day evening. He had been n poor health about two years. A week ago he had a paralytic stroke which resulted in his death. Mr Thompson, one of the oldest pioneer^ here, spent over 70 years of his life in this community. Scvcra years ago Mr. and Mrs. Thompson celebrated their golden wedding an by his wife, fou ELEVEN atighters, Mrs. John Tcigen Mrs. lartin Schuck, Mrs. Stanley Colby. osephine and five sons. Leonard Alfred, Orville. Carl. Oscar. Funeral orviccs will be held Saturday at 1 o ? clock at the home and 2 o'clock At the Salem Lutheran church w the Rev. O. R. Slettcn in charge. Ships may now get their up to the minute weather maps by radio at sea The weather bureau prepares the maps. The Radio Corporation of America transmits them by radio equipment along the general of wired equipment used m transmitting press photographs. -- -United States News. RWARE NOW GIVEN ABSOLUTELY STED COFFEE When packed in 1 pound, 2 pound, and 3 pound vacuum glass jars; the most unusual value ever offered by any high-grade coffee manufacturer in America. This astonishing offer of beautiful, fully guaranteed ten year plate silverware free with every purchase of Nash's Toasted Coffee is simple and clear cut-not a tricky contest noting to mail, no cash to pay-as simple as 1, 2, 1. Here is the offer. Each one pound vacuum-packed glass jar of Nash's Toasted Coffee contains a coupon, four of wrucn en- BW- title you to a knife absolutely free. Your grocer gives you the knife. No coupons to mail-oo waiting for the knife. Attached directly to the two pound vacuum glass jar of Nash's Toasted Coffee is a la Belvidere teaspoon --another free gift. Attached to each three pound vacuum glass jar of Nash's Toasted Coffee is a fork, in the same stunning la Belvidere pattern--another free gift. Since we first made this startling offer some weeks ago, we have frequently been asked, "But how can you give such beautiful silverware with a high quality coffee like yours? A TEASPOON FREE WITH EACH 2-POUND JAR . in our many years of operation. Naturally, the more coffee we pack and sell, the less n costs us to produce each pound. Without the quality the t, we can offer the public more for to money. Th.s c you ever drank, or your money refunded. A FORK FREE WITH EACH 3-POUND JAR

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