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March 25, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 25 1931 GERMANY ASKED TO HOLD UP PACT Great Britain Would Await Decision as to Austrian Right to Act.' BERLIN, March 25. UPl-^Great Britain ia understood to have instructed its 'representatives in Berlin and Vienna to express the hope that Germany will suspend negotiations for a customs agreement until it has been satisfactorily established that under it Austria does not violate the treaty of St. Germain or the Geneva protocol. The German foreign office this afternoon acknowledged that It had been informed Foreign Secretary Henderson had instructed the British ambassador at Berlin and the minister at Vienna to express such a hope. Whether Sir Horace Rumbold, British ambassador to Germany, already has presented Mr. Henderson's request, the foreign office declined to divulge. MENACED BY JOBLESS POISONED MILK TO SAVE MONEY Baby Dies Because Owner of Land Wanted Tenants to t Drink Less Milk. HARRISONVILLE, Mo., March 25. (.T)--Martha Kennedy, middle aged, unmarried farm woman, today confessed causing the death of 21 months old Winfred York by placing poison in milk supplied to the children of her farm tenants, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer York. "I wanted to make them sick so they wouldn't drink so much milk," Miss Kennedy said. She pleaded guilty to a murder charge and was bound over to the circuit court. Model Airplane Club Will Meet Thursday Paul Baehler will have the leadership of the model airplane group which meets every Thursday night at 8 o'clock in classroom number 1 at the Y. M. C. A. Fifteen boys have already signed up for the club and' more boys are expected to enroll Thursday -night. Any boy interested in model airplane building is invited to attend. New supplies have been received in the boys' department for the club and new models' of the Baby R. O. G. and the endurance tractors are to be built by the boys in preparation for the boys' hobby show which will be April 8, 9, 10 and 11. Waterloo Man Drops Dead. WATERLOO, March 25. (#)-While unloading pipe from a truck yesterday, James Autry, 5G, dropped dead from heart disease. Surviving are his widow here and his father, four brothers and a sister at Hampton. Former Iowa Lawyer Dies. : KELLOGG, Idaho, March 25. (.fl --E. C. Dean, 75, a former University of Iowa law student and a practitioner in that state, died at the home of his son here Monday night. Burial will be made at Lamoille, 111,, Dean's birthplace. Melrosc? Bank Closes. MELROSE, March 25. (/PI--Tho Farmers' State bank of Melrose, Monroe county, ^failed to, open its doors this morning. The board of directors gave frozen assets as the cause. The bank was capitalized at $30,000. W. T. McEniry is president. Duford Named as Coach. DAVENPORT, March 25. Coach Dukes Duford, of St. Mary's college, St. Mary's, Kans., has been selected to succeed Forrest G. Cotton, as head coach of football and basketball at St. Ambrose college,. Davenrfort, It was announced today. Philanthropist of City Gives Money to Reletter Mail Trucks A philanthropist of the caliber of John D. Rockefeller is operating in Mason City. His dimes may not be new and shiny but he" stops to wrap them in a piece of paper before presenting them. Wednesday forenoon he carefully inspected the postoffice exterior on all sides. Then he went to the rear and watched the weather-beaten trucks being loaded with sacks of mail. As he came toward the platform postal employes watched him skeptically for most mall robberies occjur at loading platforms or stations. The philanthropist approached the platform and reached his hand In his pocket. Drawing out a dime be wrapped It in a piece of paper and laid it on the cement. "Buy new letters for the trucks," he said, and continued his scrutiny of the building. 1 Finally postal officials asked- him to move on. His name was not learned. iatcd Press I'liott Threatened by unemployed women, Betty Gerard, New York debutante, who is holding a job in a Fifth avenue dress shop, receives police pro- tcclion going to and from worlf. Lawler Seniors to Give School Play on April 3 LAWLER, March 25.--The senior class play, "Who Wouldn't Be Crazy?" will be staged April 3 in the high school auditorium. The leading roles will be · played by Beatrice Kondelka and Oliver Carrigan. Yet the modern woman--free, independent, scornful of men--is less happy than the one who can weep when she breaks one of her china cups.--Kcvvnnco Star-Courier. SURFACE BURNS ^^ To relieve the soreness at once, end hasten the healing, quickly apply 13 Men With Total of 190 Children to Vie for Government Prize HAVANA, March 25. (,/P)--Thirteen men who have a total of 190 children are to compete Friday for cash and a medal offered by the government in a eugenic contest. Various factors besides number of offspring will be considered. AVOID UGLY PIMPLES Baseball Player Held In Sioux City Slaying " SIOUX CITY, March 25. Mike Kelly, baseball player, was held by police today In connection with the death of Louis Friedman, Sioux City grocer, slain in his store during an attempted holdup last December. Lawler Woman Broadcasts -·sjiYatjm ·Station in Chicago T ." ^AWLKR;:. Starch' V'Vfb';--M"a r y jByrnes has broadcast from radio Station WCHI, Chicago, every Wednesday and Saturday nights at 8:45 o'clock and Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Miss Byrnes is a soprano soloist and sings classical numbers. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns of Lawler. Does a pimply face embarrass you? Get a package of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights, if you are like thousands of others. Help cleanse the blood, bowels and liver with Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for calomel: there's no sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effectively, but theip action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. { Thousands who take Olive Tablets are never cursed with a "dark brown taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition, pimply face. . _Olive .Tablets .are a purely vegetable compound; known by their" olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among patients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints and Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result. Take nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look. 15c, SOc. 60c. Mrs. Ruth Campbell Says-- PASTEURIZED MILK contains' an abundance of lime, the lack of which causes soft teeth, early decay, bow legs and rickets. More than one quart a day is added assurance of healthful strength. When you serve PASTEURIZED MILK to your children, either as a drink or with other foods, you are giving them the highest percentage of these healthful qualities, with purity and sweet cleanliness, assured by laboratory testing. 'Our milk is bottled fresh daily. Serve milk freely to every member of the family; it is.nature's cheapest and best food. HERMANSON BROS. ani SANITARY DAIRY PHONE 646 PHONE 221 Y JLc · ... that are chosen by Mrs. Ruth Campbell must be the best. We endeavor to furnish Mason City Housewives with the best meats obtainable at the lowest prices. F O O D M A R K E T Phone 420 1339 N. Federal .;:;; ou know that it, leavens.... but do you know .... that it can add real food value to a baking? . .... that there is a scientifically perfect leavening proportion ? .... that two-thirds should take place in the mixing, and one- third in the oven heat? .... that this insures complete and perfect expansion of the elements which must be expanded and broken up to become wholesome, food for you, and particularly for your children ? Rumford, the all-phosphate baking powder adds real food value to every baking. It leavens invariably in the perfect two-to-one proportion. It leavens perfectly and thoroughly, producing hot breads, cakes and pastries which almost literally "melt in your mouth." When you use Rumford, you use the most wholesome, depend- ubly uniform and economical Icavener made. THE CHOICE OF COOKING EXPERTS G E T A L L T H E F A C T S A T T H E GLOBE-GAZETTE C O O K I N G S C H O O L March 25, 26, 27 HIOH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Mrs. Itutli Campbell, Lecturer Good Bread Is NOT Just Flour Alone It must contain a plentiful supply of milk, lard and sugar and other ingredients rich in vitamin content which are necessary in .a wholesome food. Then, also, no bread is better than the conditions under which it is made, that's why MRS. CAMPBELL, after visiting our plant recommends DIAMOND BREAD in the cooking school. She knows the ingredients and she knows the conditions under which Diamond Bread is made. It has always been our policy to produce superior product, putting into it the very best of materials, coupled together with the best of sanitary conditions and a scientific knowledge of Baking. These principles have always made Diamond a QUALITY BREAD. ity aking Bakers of DIAMOND--the Belter Bread Good Bread Is still your most important Item of daily diet. ninmnnd s t a y s f r e s h longer -there's : reason. Insist on It at your dealer's. Joy Ride to New Table Delights The New Staff of During the GLOBE-GA7ETTE home economics school let Mrs. Ruth Campbell tell YOU what delicious dishes yon can enjoy at the smallest cost at your home. -Ask your grocer for these fine foods. .M a c a r o n l P r o d u c t s CRESCENT MAC -RO- NETS Spaghetti and Egg Noodles

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