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Mason City, Iowa
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 22 mm 1936 DECORAH CCC COMPANY WILL BE TRANSFERRED THIS MONTH OFFICERS TO GO TO MINNESOTA Two Companies in State t Be Disbanded and Four Others Changed. DES MOINES, (ffJ--Two low civilian conservation corps com pames will be disbanded this mont and five others, transferred. Thes changes were announced by Co Clarence Lininger, commanding OJ ficer, of the Fort Des Homes arm post, on receipt of orders from headquarters. The Moorhead soil conservatio company will go to Clarinda wher the present camp, a Missouri com pany, will be disbanded and the Mis souri workers dispatched - to com panics in Missouri. The company of Missouri work ers at Centerville will be sent t South Dakota. The soil conserva tion company at Lamoni will sup plant the Centerville camp. Officers and others in charge o the State park camp at Decora] will be sent to Minnesota where th company will come under Minne sota jurisdiction. The men will b transferred to other Iowa com panics. The Guthrie Center forestrj camp will be transferred to Milfor for biological survey work. Th Albia forestry camp will be sen to Keosauqua for forestry work ·there. Iowa State College Y · Team Conducts Several Features at Alexande ALEXANDER--The Y. M. C. A deputation team of Iowa State co lege with Howard Templeton a leader spent the week-end here mingling with the young people. On Friday afternoon the members gav talks in the high school on the In dian. Saturday they hiked to th Belmond woods with local boys Saturday evening- a party was given at the schoolhouse with the young people. On Sunday morning another group of tie team came from Ames and part of them had charge of the services in the Reformed church and part of them in the United church. In the evening, an united service was held in the United church with Willard Latham, Alexander, in charge. Howard Templeton gave a talk also. Waterloo Conference of Lutherans Starts GREENE, 5)--Forty-two clergymen were registered here Tuesday for the opening program of a two day meeting of Waterloo conference, Iowa district of the American Lutheran church, at St. Peter's Lutheran church. The Rev. C. J. Mar,- dorf, Sumner, was chairman. New Deal Demos Fear Taxation Issue, Says Manning of Ottumwa DUBUQUE--The new deal democrats fear the taxation issue, according to Mayor Edwin Manning of Ottumwa, candidate for the republican nomination for United States senator, who spoke here Wednesday noon. "Iowa now deal democrats as mobilized by James A. Farley in his scheme to Tammanyize the United States are becoming increasingly [earful of the issue of taxation" said Mayor Manning. "They know the time is fast approaching when the taxpayers will understand that we must 'pay the piper' and that the paying will continue to be done, as 't always has been done, by the average men and women--by the farmers and workers of America. This :axation fear was greatly in evidence at the recent democratic state convention where the efforts :o sidetrack the political ambitions of Governor Herring were brought out into the open." Features Planned for .May Music Festival at Cornell Are Announced MOUNT VERNON -- Details of the 1936 May Music festival at Cornell college here--the thirty-eighth --have just been released by Prof. Harold W. Baltz, director of the conservatory of music. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 7 to 9, are the dates of the fete, oldest music festival west of the Mississippi. The 1936 festival will add Rose Hampton's name to the long list of distinguished artists presented from the Cornell chapel platform. Frederick Stock will continue tradition by bringing his Chicago Symphony orchestra to the hilltop to climax the event, for the thirty-fourth time, with two Saturday concerts. Cornell talent, including Jacques Jolas, eminent concert pianist from the Juilliard foundation, now completing the first year of a three- year period at Cornell as recitalist and professor of piano, will present the remainder of the program. Eighty-five students will take iart in the initial presentation i'hursday evening-, May 7, when the Cornell a cappella choir and sym- hony orchestra, directed by Profesor Baltz and Prof. Horace Alden ililler, respectively, will give a con- ert. Excerpts from the repertoires sed by both organizations on the re- ent highly successful spring concert ours will comprise the program. The soloist will - be Prof. Francis erman, accompanied by Miss Hel- .n-Venn, both of the Cornell faculty. One of the younger Metropolitan pera stars and a leading concert nd radio artist as well, the con- alto Rose Bampton will offer a di- ersified program the evening of riday, May 8. Included will be alian, German, French and Eng- sh-American groups. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Guests From Ormsby. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. Russe Slagle and daughter, Mae, of Orms by, Minn., visited Mr. and Mrs G. W. Slagle Saturday and Sunday Visitors From Des Moines. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thomas of Des Moines spent Sat urday and Sunday at the home o: the former's brother, Leslie Thorn as, and wife. Will Open Independence Store. HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. GU bert Waldron will move to Inde pendence to. open a Brownbilt shoe store. Former Besident Dies. DECORAH--Mrs. D. H. Leach of Decorah is called there Parker, S. Dak. the death of her $2950 'T'HIS new Studebaker is completely new! J. Only cat with Automatic Hill Holder! Year's stand-out car in style--designed by ^TM v MOSTH Helen Dryden! World's strongest all-steel aJtcr low down payment body! Automatic overdrive! 58% inches of Studebaker sedan deiiv- tf s\tr » t t /· ered Niuippcd under new elbow room. Uinaal gas economy record or mw c. I. T. 6% Budget 24.27 miles per gallon! Largest sales in 7 years! Pla "" North Iowa Motor Company Phone 89B Studebaker Dealers and 520 Nor(h Federal Ave. Distributors brother-in-law; R. H. Prince, who died at his home last week. He lived in Decorah in 1880, and was married here to Miss Cornelia Frink of Freeport. The following May he located in Parker. Leaves for Hunter. HANLONTOWN -- Miss Bessie Ford left Friday for Hunter, N Dak., to visit her sister, Mrs. Oscar Ford, who has been months but shows improvement a this time. Condition Is Improving. JOICE--Glennis Evans, who ha, been il! for some time with inflam matory rheumatism and lead poi soning, was reported worse. Mrs P. J. Fiblestad, local businesswom an, has not been well the past few days and is confined to her bed. Infant Son Dies. LAKE MILLS -- John Norman infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Holland, died Monday afternoon a their home. The baby was born April 17 and was a grandson o Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Johnson anc J. J. Holland. Recovering From Illness. GOODELL -- Harry Newgard, who had a brain tumor removed at Rochester a few months ago, is able to be about now and is gradually gaining; strength. Home From St. Paul. PROTIVIN--Mrs. George Mikota, Sr., and Mrs. Joe Shindlear returned home from St. Paul where they have been visiting a couple of weeks. Arrives From Denver. THOMPSON--Mrs. David Stan- and sister, Ada Louise, who to Minneapolis where ley of Denver, Colo., arrived here Saturday for a week's visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Katherine Egan, and aunt, Mrs. Ella Vickerman. Several Go to Wisconsin. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zimmerlee, daughter, Sally Virjean, Mr. Zimmerlee's mother, Mrs. Lily Hay Zimmerlee", of Thompson, and Urs. Earl Zimmerlee's father, Otto Swenson, of Forest City left Monday for Richland Center, Wis. Mrs. May Zimmerlee, who has spent the winter with her son and family, will remain there to care for her aged father. School Events Scheduled. CRESCO -- Pre-graduation high school activities are beginning to formulate. The junior-senior banquet will be held Tuesday evening, the mother-daughter banquet of the girls' glee club Wednesday evening and the try-out musical concert will be given Thursday evening. Many Make Ames Trip. WODEN -- The following were the school pupils who attended Science day at Iowa State college, Ames, Saturday: Misses Helen Saathoff, Gladys Rudisill, Lillian Von Laven, Falina Greenfield, Bertha Husinga, Ardelia Gibson, Deloris Lundgreen, Charlotte Volley, Betty Fredrickson, Mildred Greenfield and Irene Wood, Superintendent and Mrs. Zwald, Principal Miss Eileen Tjaden. Leave for Turtle JRiver. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Varner left a few days ago for Turtle River, Minn., where. Mr. Varner has obtained work for the summer at a summer resort. Are Visiting Parents. OTRANTO--Mrs. Orrie Heard and little daughter, Bonita, of Mankato, are spending- a few days at :he parental Otto Biakestad home. Visitors From Carolina. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. Park Shee- iian and son, Park, of Winston Salem, S. Car., arrived Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kleeman. Leave for Long 1 Trip. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bringolf left on a motor trip through the south. They expect to drive as far as New Orleans and will perhaps go on a cruise into Central America. While they are jone the children are staying with :heir grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Bringolf. Visitors at Austin. STACYVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stehn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tield Cornick of Albert Lea, Clifford Cornick were Sunday dinner quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Fretthem at Austin, Minn. Mrs. George White of Richville, Minn., was also present. Returns From Chicago. GOODELL--Mrs. Thomas Cashman returned home from Chicago ruesday after spending the past "our weeks with her sons, Sylves- .er and Carrol and her daughter, Leona. Visitor From Cedar Falls. LUVERNE -- Arthur Allen of !edar Falls, a son-in-law of the ate Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Haskell, was here Friday looking after the Jaskell property. Mr. Allen now ives at Cedar Falls and is receiver or the bank at Marble Rock. Miss llsie Haskell, former postmaster here, is now living at Chattanooga, Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! DBS MOINES -- Employers 01 Iowa citizens have remitted a tola of $142,000 in 1936 old age assis tance taxes direct to State Treasurer Leo J. Wegman, as of April 15 two and one-half months before the delinquency date of July 1, according to Byron G. Allen, superintendent of the Iowa old age assistance commission. Hurt in Auto Crash. JOICE--Mr! and Mrs. H. Oscar Aamodt and daughter, Myrna, drove to Medford, Minn., Sunday to visi at the Mostrom home where one of their nieces is suffering from injuries received in an auto accident. Are at Guttenberg. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. William Jooster are spending a week at -Colesburg and Guttenberg where they are enjoying trout fishing and also visiting friends and relatives. Return From Gilbert. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman returned from Gilbert where they went over the week-end to help in the celebration of the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs John Springnan, relatives of Mrs. Hildman. AVill Leave for San Diego. GARNER -- Peter Hanson will leave Wednesday morning for San Diego, Cal., after a visit of two weeks with his parents, Sheriff anc Mrs. E. P. Hanson. Peter joined the United States navy last Sep tember. Eeturns From Trip. MANLY--Jake Hutt returned the latter part of the week from Des Moines and Valley Junction where he visited relatives. Return to Carlcton. MANLY--Bruce Parker returned Monday to Carleton college, Northfield, Minn., after a 10 day vacation spent at his home. He was accompanied by his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. George G. Parker, went they pent a few days as guests of Mr. ind Mrs. John D. Nesbitt and laughter, Mary Jane. Officiates at Friend's Funeral. LIME SPRINGS--The Rev. and Mrs. R. Prescott left Monday for McGregor. Mr. Prescott officiated at the funeral of a friend Tuesday. Are Parents of Son. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Laur- tz Hansen are parents of a son xrn at their home east of town .pril 16. Henry Pforr Elected. WHEELERWOOD--The Wheelerwood church held election of offi- ers for. the Sunday school. Henry 'forr was elected superintendent with Henry Tucke as substitute. Viola Edgington was elected sec- etary and treasurer. Recent Bride Honored. MITCHELL--Mrs. G. H. Parkhurst and Mrs. W. P. Bennett were lostesses to a group of 30 women at the home of the latter Saturday evening, honoring Mrs. Edward Schmidt, a recent bride, at a miscellaneous shower. At Reunion at Minneapolis. MITCHELL--Miss Helen Bennett has been attending a reunion of her class of the "Holiday Camp" for girls at Minneapolis. Return From Rochester. LONEROCTC--Mrs. W. J. Cotton, accompanied by Mrs. N. L. Cotton, drove to Rochester Saturday, being called by the death of the letter's cousin, Mrs. Fred Parker. They re- .urned Sunday. Ill Following Stroke. GARNER--Mrs. Lucinda Sweigard, 84, early resident of Hancock county is ill at her home following a stroke Friday. Her daughter, Mrs. *obert Plummer, came from Des Moines to be with her. Return to Silvis. MANLY--Art Dunham returned :he last of the week to Silvis, 111., where he is employed by the Rock sland railroad, after spending sev- :ral days visiting relatives. Surprised on 84th Birthday. WESLEY--Mrs. Peter E. Skow was surprised on her eighty-fourth irthday when 25 women came to pend the afternoon. A program and unch was enjoyed and the honored guest was presented a blooming laut from the group. Mrs. Skow is uite well and active this spring. Return From Chicago. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. John shannon returned Friday from Chicago after visiting their sons. Villiam and Bart Shannon, and :heir nephew, Earl Singrin. Return From Drake. LIME SPRINGS--Miss Jane Cray ·eturncd home from Drake univer- ity at Des Moines Friday. She will emain at home on account of ill .ealth. Return to Homes. BURT--Lettie Brace of Water- oo, Mrs. E. C. Downing of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty of Fredericksburg left for heir homes' after visiting since 'riday at the W. E. Brace home. They were called here for the fun- ral of their mother, Mrs. Julia 3race, which was held at Algona riday. Bridge Party Given. BELMOND--At the home of Mr. ,nd Mrs. Clarence Potter Monday vening, a division of the Rosary society of Saint Francis church gave a bridge party as a Rosary benefit. Seventeen tab'es were in a play followed by the servine of re- 1 freshmerit.o · 1 Guests From Rapids. PROTIVIN--Mr. and Mrs. Hoiden and Mrs. Barbara Polansky of Cedar Rapids visited Mr. and Mrs. F. Horky Sunday. Visitors From Fort Dodge. SWALEDALE -- Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Pals and son of Fort Dodge spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cogswell. ' Spring Party Held. CORWITH -- The Corwith Woman's club enjoyed its annua spring party Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. P. E. Walley with a 6:30 o'clock dinner and program in charge of Mrs. Walley, Mrs. R L. Hawswirth, Mrs. A. R. Gardiner Mrs. E. H. Oxley, Mrs. G. H. Oxley Mrs. Fred Bush, Mrs Burdette Beers and Mrs. Glenn Francis. Ill With Pneumonia. CRYSTAL LAKE -- Mrs. George Wallace is suffering from pnp.umo- nia. Mrs. Wallace has been bedfast for the past eight years from arthritis. Daughter Is Born. LAKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen, who live with Mrs. Jensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz, north of town, are the parents of a daughter. Visitors From Iowa City. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Tena Bohach and daughter, Lenora of Iowa City, who had been visiting relatives and friends since Thursday, returned to their home Sunday evening. Honored on Anniversary. CORWITH--Sixty-five relatives, friends and neighbors surprised Mr. snd Mrs. John Sloan Sunday by coming in to spend the day with them in honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary at their home southeast of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Sloan were married at Dwight, 111., and made their home on their own farm where they will live. They have three children, Maxwell, Mary and Helen. Go to Marshalltown. FAULKNER--Fred Hoffmeister and daughter, Helen Hoffmeister went to Marshalltown Tuesday where .Miss Hoffmeister will have a minor operation. Return From Des Moines. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Lafe.Hill drove to Des Moines Friday and attended the banquet at the tate editorial association in the evening. Mr. Hill attended the regular ession Saturday and returned home Saturday . evening. j Will Go To Rochester. STILSON--Mrs. Clark Kyle will go ! to Rochester, Minn., in a few days to have an operation for ;oiter. Held at Ambroson Home. LELAND -- The last nutrition meeting of the Forest township Farm Bureau was held at the Eddie Ambroson home Monday. Thirteen women were present. Mrs. T. F. Mc- "ireevey is the leader. Girl Cagers Entertained. ROCK FALLS--Miss Erna Hansen entertained the girl's basketball earn and their coach, Lucile Usher, at her room Tuesday evening. Visit in Waterloo. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Nina Jackson arrived home Saturday from Selso, Wash.,'where she had spent the past six months. She also visited other places of interest throughout the west. Visit in Waterloo. HANSELL--Miss Jane Becknell, teacher in the Hansell school, visited her parents in Waterloo over the week-end. Miss Mabel Kline and Miss Florence Dunning, also teach' er s in the Hansell school, motored to Waterloo Sunday afternoon. They returned later in the day. Suffered Broken Hip. DITMONT--Judson Hartgraves, 83, whose wife died the past month, fell a week ago when he suffered a stroke. An x-ray revealed a broken aip. He is being cared for at his home by a daughter, Mrs. Nolle, Aredale. and his son, John, at home. Births Are Reported. DUMONT--A 6% pound daughter. Yvonne Grace, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Aintje Maifield Thursday. They have four boys. A baby girl was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. ierrnan Rinnells of Kesley, at .the lome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Kriens, Dumont. They have :wo other children. Were in McCallsburg. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Johnson and Mrs. M. C. Olson spent Sunday and Monday at McCallsburg where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Rasmus Larsen. Returns to Iowa City. HANSELL--Luverne Held, who attends school at Ic-wa City, re- urned to Iowa City after being in Hansell at the home of his parents I after he suffered a broken ankle, while on an inspection tour with his engineering class. Growing Girls QRQWING giris are often sufferers from female irregularities a n d periodic pains. Dr. Pierce'.? Favorite Prescription is the womanly tonic to give your daughter at such times. Hear what Mrs. Emma Robinson of 1324 W, 10th St., Grand Island, Ncbr., said: "When I was a fiirl of thft adolescent age I was pale, weak and suffered irom cramps and pain. 1 * pcriodicaJiy, My mother knew the merits of 'Favorite Prescription' liccause she had derived tene- fit from it hrrsetf. sn she me ti-t it. My appetite wai hrttrr and 1 gained slreneth. Then I drvflop-d without f'l'rilirr difficulty. The periodic distress was cone." Buy nftvv! New si«, tabs. 50c. Liquid $1.00 and $1,35. WRIGHT SAFETY GROUP FORMED Buthman Is Head of Council ;' Talks by Three Officers Are Given. CLARION--An organization for promotion of highway safety in connection with the Iowa State safety council, was formed at a meeting here Monday night, attended by J. D. Hattcry, chief of the state highway patrol. B. A. Conley, assistant chief, and P. B. Sproue, executive secretary of the state safety council. In their talks, the three officers of the state organization urged drivers to check their cars thoroughly to prevent accidents caused by faulty automobile equipment, to know Iowa driving laws which were carefully planned to prevent loss of life on the highways, and to use every means possible to insure safety for motorists and pedestrians. Officers elected to assist the Rev. J. C. Buthman. who will act as president, were Mrs. L. D. MacNaughton of Eagle Grove, vice president; L. L, Castleman of Clarion, secretary, and Mrs. Mary Rankin of Belmond, treasurer. Directors are Everett Nelson, Belmond township, Russell Smith of Dayton township. Earl Winslow of Elaine, Harold Simmerson of Belmond, William McCormick of Lincoln, Mrs. Ed Kirstein o£ Woolstock, Mrs. Martin Hill of Norway, C. E. Burt of Gait, G. A. Jonc s of Woolstock, Mrs. Theodore Koltvet of Holmes. Ralph McGrath of Clarion, M. B. Crabbe of Eagle Grove, Dr. George Schnug of Dows and Roy A. Henderson of Belmond. Mrs. Murray Funeral Held at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON--Funeral services were held at the Mrs. Kate Lynch home Monday for Mrs. Thomas Murray, 75, who died in Wagner, S. Dak., Friday. The Rev. John O'Donnell, pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel church, officiated at brief services. Mrs. Murray is survived by four daughters, five sons, two sisters and two brothers, Tohn Roarke of New Hampton and Michael Roarke, Mason City. Large Chicken House · Near Rudd Destroyed RUDD--The large new; two story chicken house and brooder r _house, 3 miles west of here, owned Jjy? John Wendt, burned Monday night'.' The Nora Springs fire department was called but could save neither the Building nor contents. Another smaller chicken house burned but some of the chickens were saved from that building. Studies Problems Dr. Thomas Nixon Carver, na- live of Kirkville, Wapello county, Iowa, Harvard political economy professor emeritus, !s one of a group of nine college professors chosen as advisers to a committee of 50 experts and statisticians who will conduct an analytical study of various government problems, under appointment by the republican national committee, in plans for the coming election. Dr. Carver holds degrees from Iowa Wesleyan college and Cornell university. Last year he was a visiting lecturer at the University of Southern California and from 1913 to 1915 was adviser In agricultural economics for the U. S. department of agriculture. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) BARN NEAR SWEA CITY IS BURNED 3ther Buildings Also Are Destroyed; Loss Put at $4,000. SWEA CITY--Fire Tuesday af- :ernoon destroyed a barn, 40 by 60 feet, cattle shed and machine shed with tractor at the farm owned by he Equitable Life and tenanted by ·larvey Knutson. The loss was es- imated at $4,000. The farm is three miles west of Swea City in Swea ownship. The fire department from Swea City was called and kept the home from burning. $650 Paid for Team. LIVERMORE, (IP)--Perhaps the highest price paid in Iowa for a team of horses in many years was the $650 received by Peter Erpelding from a Rock Ridge, III., buyer who trucked the three-year-olds into the neighboring state. The perfectly matched team weighed 3,500 pounds. 3ricelyn Seniors to Present Play May 12 BRICELYN--The senior class of Bricelyn high school will present the three act play "Growing Pains" on Tuesday, May 12. The cast of characters includes: Elwood Lund, Marion Gestie, Emily Whitby, Ove Erdal, Ruby Toquam, Ruth Brandsoy, Ellen Helgeson, Floyd Thompson, Emery Erdal, Carrol Jacobson, Robert Sampson, Gerald Monson, Verle Hebert, Doris Gusdal, Hazel Tellefson, Gladys Nordness, Evelyn Odden and Clarisse Jelle. BICAITSE YOU DESIRE GREATER BEAUTY . ; ; Have your powder Uended individually ForTou Alone! BECAUSE YOU APPRECIATE EXTRA VALVE ::: Have your powder Uended by Miss Dolores Haskell Special Technician from the Ritz-Carlton Salon of CHARLES OF THE RITZ · THIS WEEK ONLY She will blend a full dollar box of this luxurious Powder . . . . WITHOUT CHARGE with every purchase of Charles of the Ritz Treatment Preparations. S,S. CONVENTION FOR IOWA OPENS Speakers on Educational and Religious Topics to Be Heard a,t Newton. NEWTON, UP)--The seventy-first annual interdenominational statewide Sunday school convention got under way here Wednesday with an attendance of church school and religious leaders from all parts of the state. Registration opened the three-day convention, held under the auspices of the Iowa State Council of Christian Education. Speakers will address the general sessions on religious and educational subjects. In addition, group conferences to be held will include those of a children's work section, directed by Leta Esan; young people's work section, directed by Preston G. Orwig; an adult work section, directed by Dr. R. G. Montgomery; and administrative work, pastors' section and topical conferences. Orwig, director of the American Youth Foundation, St. Louis, Mo., was one of the speakers on today's general session program as was the Rev. J. Brett Kenna of Des Moines; and Bertha Palmer, director of alcohol education of the national W. C. T. U., Evanston, 111. Speakers also will include the Rev. F. W. Otterbein of Chicago, Dr. 0. W. Warmingham of the Boston university School"of Religion, Boston; Blanche Carrier, Northwestern university, Evanston, 111.; and Agnes Samu3lson, state superintendent of public instruction, Des Moines. Ill With Pneumonia. RAKE--Albert Sheldon, . youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sheldon is seriously ill with pneumonia and scarlet fever. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Calorael-And Yra'H Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' lo Go The liver should pour oat two pounds f liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this bile is not flowinsrf reely, your food doesn't dices t. It just decays in the bowels. Gas bloats up your stomach. YDD fret conntipated. Your whole system is poisoned and you feel sour. snnk and the world looks punti. Laxatives are only makeshifts. A mem bowel movement doesn't ?et at the cause. It taVes those £ood, old Carter's Little Liver Pills to Ret these two ponnds of bile flowing freely and make you feel .p and ^".Harmless. Gentle, yet amazing in making bile flow freely. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills by name. Stubbornly refuse anything else. 2Sc. 34 extra special VALUES Item No. 1. Terry Towels...;... 6e 2. Oil Cloth 17e 3. Torn Sheers . 59c 4. Pillow Tubing 19c 5. Ladies' Hose. ... 67c 6. Value H o s e . . . . . 19c 7. Bedspreads. -- .. 69c 8. Curtains . . 49e 9. Bath Towels...,..: 25c 10. Prints lOc 11. Ringless Hose... 49c 12. Men's Hose... : ... 25e 13. Ladies' Coats.. $7.00 14. Ladies' Hats. . . . . 88c 15. Dresses ; .. 98c 16. Undies : .,. 15e 17. Brassieres 13e 18. Shirts Shorts.. 15c 19. Polo Shirts .,., 39c 20. Men's Hose. . .,.-..,, 8e 21. Men's U'Suits ... 34e 22. Boys' Overalls... 25e 23. Men's Work Shoes $1.29 24. Overnight Cases. . 98c 25. Men's Suits. .. $10.00 26. Men's Felt Hats.. 98e 27. Men's Dress Shirts 50c 28. Men's Work Shirts 39c 29. Boys' Waistband Overalls 39c 30. Men's Work Pants 98e 31. Wash Ties lOc 32. Kiddies' Oxfords.. 59c 33. Boys' Oxfords.. $1.98 34. Police S h o e s . . . $2.77 Turn to page 5 for! more description o i these extra 34 anniversary values.

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