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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 27, 1931
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. A R T MARCH 27 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE , O. P. FARM CAMPAIGN GROUP TO SET UP COMMITTEE TO FT DIRECT ACTIONS '/Tariff to Be Rallying Cry, Announces Dickinson, /. _ Chairman. 'By RADFORD E. MOBLEY Staff Correspondent. ^·WASHINGTON, March 27.--The jJVrepublican party's new agricultural 'Vcampaigu committee will set up its ^headquarters at Des Moines next L'Emonth, Senator L. J. Dickinson, ;"i chairman, announced. The activities of the committeo l.wlll also go on at the Washington Headquarters of the republican nn. "jtional committee in the Barr build Ing", he added. From thig office the clipsheej^ "Hoover Policies," as it ~S'tentatively called, and other ma- ^erial will be showered upon the west and other sections. But at Dickinson's office in Des r 'MolneS arrangements will be made jv'for speakers where needed, plans '^outlined for carrying on the 1932 ^campaign among the farm sections and field operations will be centered.. ( As to the plan o£ campaign, Dickinson left no doubt today that the tar- j-jff will be the rallying -cry. He 13. in fact, almost belligerent about the tariff, especially since his election i?last year on that as one of the is; sues. ')'·' "It's all nonsense," he said today. 1 "People say that the tariff is the iBABY SUFFERING FROM ECZEMA (Quickly healed by Resinol ! **I want you to know how much [your, w o n d e r f u l Resinol Oint- I ment has helped my taby. At the . age of eight months he developed · a case of eczema, on his .forehead. , The skin became 60 r«d and sore that people even, remarked about it and I hated to take him, out, I tried other o i n t m e n t s but none j were successful until I tried your Itesinol Ointment. A f t e r using the contents of one jar arid a small ;. amount of the second, his skin wag 'completely healed. I am never . without this product.'* (Signed)-Mrs. Catherine Keclcr, Bethlehem, Pa. . Reainol Soap for bxby'n bath, tends to pre- vent chafing, and keep the skm healthy. · Sold by all druggists. For free sample ·write : Keainot, Oepe. 63, Baltimore, Md. AQUATIC QUEEN Aquatic sports at the University of Iowa are ruled by Bliss Gretchen Pulley, above, Maquoketa, who was chosen queen at the annua! water review. Sho is a junior. trouble, but when you ask them why it's the cause of our economic evils, they can't give you a single fact. "We are going to put this right up to the voters in every way we can. It's a republican tariff bill and the party is going to stand by it. If it hadn't been for the tariff things would be a lot worse everywhere than they are now." Algona Woman Injured While Visiting Daughter ALGONA, March 27.--Fred Anderson spent several days at Cherokee visiting .his wife who is in the Sioux Valley hospital with a broken hip, which she received from a fall while visjting her daughter in Cherokee. She will not be able to return home for several weeks. Coe College Vacation Starts. CEDAR RAPIDS, March 27.-Vacation for 750 Coe collage students officially commenced this afternoon and will last nine .days, closing Monday, April 6. on tlie delivered price TTEFORE deciding upon any car, do J-* this:-- Get its f. o. b. (that is, the factory) price. Note the difference between that price and the price you are asked to pay il-g^he car, completely equipped and delivered. Then compare that difference between the two prices, with the almost certainly smaller difference which exists between the Nash f . o. b. price and the Nash delivered price. Whether the allowance offeredelsewhere on your present car be great or small, compare the actual cash investment you need to make to own a Nash -- with that which you must make to own any other car in its field. Drive in -- soon. f A NEW DEAL \ L TOR Jl j\* TODAVs DOJULAR J, Delivered Prices-- Cars Fully Equipped -Nothing More to Buy I Six-60 4-Door Sedan $ 946 Delivered Eight-80 4-Door Sedan 8-oyl., 121' Wheelbaie $ 1415 Delivered Eight-77 4-Door Sedan 8-oy]., 116V 4 ' Wheelbaie $ 1068 Delivered Eight-90 4-Door Sedan ., 8-cyl., 124" Wheelbase Delivered Kleckner-Nash Company HERE AND T H E R E * * * . » * * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Come From Tulsa. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Charles King returned from Tusa, Dkla., Thursday after a visit, with ais daughters, Mrs. Floyd McCague and Mrs. V. R-. Shafer. Mrs. Mnbb Entertains. THORNTON--Mrs. D. S. Mabb entertained the Woman's club Wednesday. Mrs. H. W. Alexander read an article on flowers and Mrs. P. A. French read an article prepared by Mrs. A. G. Heddle, unable to be present. Comes From Toronto. CLARKSVILLE -- Joe Connolly arrived here from Toronto, Canada, Wednesday to remain i indefinitely with his sister-in-law, Mrs. Isabelle Connolly, and her brother, George Smith. Visiting in Fort Dodge. THORNTON--Mrs. A. G. Heddle is visiting her mother, Mrs. Watson at Fort Dodge for a few days. Junior I'lay Is Given. SWALEDALE--The junior class play, "Deacon Dubbs" was given in the school gymnasium. Move at Glenville, GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bridley have moved into the house recently vacated by. the Clarence Anderson family. Arrive From Detroit. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Christensen and daughter o£ Detroit, Mich., arrived for a visit with relatives here. Were in California. ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goeders arrived home from Long Beach, Gal.., where they spent the winter. Taken to Hospital. LATIMER -- Miss Lydia Pralle was taken to the hospital at Hampton Tuesday night for an operation for ruptured appendix. Will Come From Wnverly. NORA SPRINGS--A girls' musical trio and Prof. J . Hiltner of Wartburg Normal college, Waverly, will have charge of the church service at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at St. Luke's Lutheran church. Son Is Born. ALGONA--Attorney and Mrs. G. D. Shunway are parents of a son, their first child, born at the Kossuth hospital. Visit in Rock Falls. ROCK FALLS--O. T. Calvert and son, Fay, Cedar Falls, came Thursday to the old home farm where they ·will stay a few days with Mr. Calvert's son, Glen and family. Return Prom Missouri. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and.Mrs. B. P. Wescoat are occupying their residence in the east part of town, having just returned after a four · 223 SECOND ST. S. W. Wescoat has been superintendent of schools at Conesville for several years. Were In Sioux City.. ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Miss Mayme Belts and Mesdames Hugh Post, Ralph Brown, John Storm, E. A. Gunderson and George Scuffham returned Thursday £7om Sioux City where they attended a tri-state convention of the Royal Neighbor lodge. Spend Winter in Latlmer. LATIMER--Mrs. Etta Carr, who has been staying with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Miller here, thru the winter, returned to her home at Rowan Tuesday. Work on House Started. KIESTER, Minn.--C. Rebbelein began yesterday to excavate for his new residence that he will build just north of the T. D. Robertson home. The Rebbeleins have been living in the Horneber house during the winter. Visits In Independence. OSAGE--Mrs. J. W. Barrett Is spending a few days at Independence visiting in the home of her son. Dr. James Barrett. Attend Kites In Minneapolis. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cornwall. Mrs. Eliza Cornwall and Mrs. Ne"llie Cornwall and son, Cyril were called to Minneapolis Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Roy Cornwall. Open Door Class Meets. NORA SPRINGS -- The Open Door class of the Methodist Sunday school was entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Nette Swartwood with Mrs. James Rader as assisting hostess. Those having lessons were Mrs. Ada Edglnirton, Mrs. George Coleman. Miss Etizti a-vl Mrs. J. L. Harr. 203 Eat Everything without Fear of Indigestion Arc there lots of foods you can't cat -- for fear of pis, bloating, pains in the stomach and bowels? Do you have to pass up favorite dishes--while the rest enjoy them? That's a sign you need Tanlcic! For more than ten years Tanlac lias restored to vigorous health thousands who denied themselves their favorite foods just as you have to. Mrs. ArvcnaBowcrs,of 1230 Jackson St., Topcka, Kans., says: "Five years I was troubled with gas, bloating and dizzy spells. But Tanlac toned up my whole system and increased my weight jo Ibs." _If you suffer from indigestion, gas, dizziness, headaches, constipation or torpid liver--give Tanlac a chance to help you! The first bottle often brings the needed relief. Tanlac is a good, pure medicine, made of roots, barks, and herbs that are recognized by the United States Pharmacopoeia. Get it from y o u r druggist today. Your money back if it doesn't help you. CHURCH APPROVAL Dr. Worth M. Tippy (above) secretary of the Federal Council o£ Churches Commission on Church and Social Service of Nciv Yorlc, ivhose majority report advocating birth control has caused wide controversy. Dr. Tippy declared that this is the first declaration of Its kind ever to bo made by nn interdenominational body. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day Ahout the State You Arc Proud to Call Your Own! The maximum, above sea level In Iowa is 1,600 feet. The average normal temperature of the stale is IS degrees and the average rainfall is 32.22 inches. Leonard Byington 111. PLYMOUTH---Leonard Byington farmer east of Plymouth, is quite sick with flu. Quartet Will Sing. . THORNTON--A Negro 'quarto will sing at the Methodist church here Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Return From Rochester. WODEN--Mrs. John Von Laven and daughter, Lena, who have been 'returned Wednesday. ' Leave For Chicago. GREENE--Mrs. W. A. Abelgore Greene and her brother, E. W. Rosenburg of Waterloo, have gone to Chicago where they will purchase ; stock of notions for their new store Paul Shafer, who has operated a notion store in the Abelgore building- is invoicing his stock and will move it to Oelwein. Comus For Vacation. WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. J. H Bode went to Cedar Rapids Thursday. Their son, Ted, who attends Coe college there, returned home with thorn Friday to spend his vacation. Goes to Chioago. GREENE---W. H. BuchholK was a visitor in Chicago. Go To Cage Game. WHITTEMORE--Seth B. Cairy, Alice June and Mary Anita Cairy Marcella Cidlen, Marguerite Flem- inf, Will Rousch, A. Brogan, Jot Fober, Oscar Schaatscbneider, Mr and Mrs. A. Schaatchneider, Ed Heller, Billy Higgens, Herbert Zumach. Henry Hahn, Earl Lusch- singer and Martin Wagner, drove to Des Moines Thursday to witness the basketball game between Wbitte- more and Centerville. Were in Colorado. GREENE--Mr. nnd Mrs. N. Weston and family, who spent the winter months in Colorado, have re turned home. Former Residents Visit. BANCROFT -- Raymond am Ralph Foland, former, residents of Bancroft, now of Independence, vis ited here Wednesday and Thursday Moves Whit.tomore, House. WRITTEMORE-- Otto Esser pur chased the house formerly occupier by janitors at the academy anc moved it to his lot in the west par of town. Improves nt Relmonci. B E L M O N D -- R o s e Hogenson 1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bei Hogenson, was able to be out-of doors Wednesday, the first tim since her serious illness began nin weeks ago. Mrs. Tatnm Entertains. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. C. E Tatum entertained the Fortnightlj club w i t h Mrs. C. H. Boeck as as ::isting hostess. Ill at Norn Springs. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Mas Items' nnd baby and Mrs. Claud Demo have been quite ill, sufferin; from influenza. Returns to Home. RUDD--Miss Beulah Slocum re turned to her home from the hos pital where she submitted to a mas toid operation. Teacher Under Quarantine. DUMONT--Miss Zelpha Hittle first grade teacher, is quarantine for scarlet fever. Mrs. Lloyd Pfalt? graff is teaching in her place. Sew for Hospital. ROCKFORD--Fifteen member of the American Legion auxiljar met at the Heidenrich home Thurs day afternoon to sew for the vel erans hospital at Knoxville. Kensington Is Held. FLOYD--The ladies aid enjoyed x kensington at the church parlor Thursday afternoon. Return From California. AREDALE--Mr. nnd Mrs. Al Goodhue, who have been spending he winter in California, returned ome. Improves at Fioyd. FLOYD--Lloyd Anderson, small son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Anderon who has been quite ill with meumonia is reported improved. Book Is Reviewed. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Clarence 3toner entertained the Harmony ;lub. The lesson consisted of a review of Kathleen Noi'ris' b'ook, 'Red Silence," presented by Mrs. i. H. Boeck, Mrs. J. T. Hofler and Mrs. O. L. Hansen. Fire Is Extinguished. DUMONT--The fire company was ailed to the George Davis home ·esterday morning because of a fire set by sparks on the shingles. There vas slight damage. Entertain at Rockford. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ulick. entertained 36 friends at heir home Wednesday night. Tile evening was spent playing auction bridge. Given Farewell Party. NORA SPRINGS--The Harold family moved to their new lome north ot Grafton where Mr. .eed is employed by the Collins and company. A farewell party was given them. Will Make No Contracts. FLOYD--Earl Jester, who for the past several years has contracted for corn for a firm in Waterloo, Wis., Thursday stated that because of a surplus of pop corn on the mar- cet he would not contract any in Floyd this year. Cares for Mother. FLOYD--Mrs. Opal Savro of Osage is at the Rowe home caring for her mother who recently underwent a minor operation on her leg Play on I'rogram. DUMONT--A box social will b£ held Friday evening at Madison school No. 6. A 3 'act play "No Account David" will be given. Mis.' Altha Adrens is the teacher. Hands Rehearse Together. BELMOND--The Clarion higr school band practiced with the Bel mond band Thursday evening a! the high -school auditorium. Surprised on Birthday. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Margarc. Moody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E C. Moody, was given a surprto party on her fifteenth birthday. Returns to Floyd. FLOYD--Fred Tawner who wa operated on at the Cedar Valley hos pital at Charles City last week, wa able -to-fatura- fttftae · Wetnn W. F. M.'!S. to Meet. RUDD--The W. F. M. S. will mee April 1 at the Ed Bartz home. Is From Esthcrville. RUDD--Miss Freda Anderson who teaches at Estherville, visitei her sister, Mrs. Charles Zimmer. Sh: went from here to her home in Ana mosa. Mrs. Don Powell Dies While m Minneapolis ALGONA, March 27.--Word has been received of the death of Mr:f Don Powell in Minneapolis on Wed nesday evening. Mrs. Powell wa; visiting her daughter and was only 11 a few days with pneumonia. Fn noral arrangements have not beei completed but burial will be in Llv old home at Anoka. Men Ai : e in Charge of Belmond P. T. A. Program BELMOND, March 27.--C. O Fitts is chairman of the committee which has charge of men's night al P. T. A. Friday night. County Su pel-intent L. G. Focht of Clarioi will be the speaker of the evening The junior hand under the leadership of H. C. Engelbrecht, will fur nish music. The boys' double quarto and the girls' sextet will sing some of the numbers they are to give a the sub-district music contest, hcrt Saturday. Contest Hearing Scheduled. FAIilFIELD, March 27. (UP) -Hearing of a petition for temporary injunction to halt compulsory cnttlc testing under the state's tuberculo sis testing law was scheduled toclnj ni district court. The action bro by Joe Liblin against the Iowa dc partment of agriculture. J leads Guilty to Charge of Illegal Possession of Liquor. OSAGE, March 27.--Tony Dorn; it-rested for illegal possession of iu- oxicating liquor, Wednesday was aken before -a judge at Waverly .nd pleaded guilty. The judge im- insed a fine of ?300 and costs, in ds- ault of payment of which he was entenced to 90 days in jail. Ho was ilso given an additional sentence of hreo months in the county jail, uspended on good behavior. He was laroled to A. L. Mungerford, sheriff if Mitchell county. Woman 111 Since Christmas Survived by Husband, Five Children. TEIOMPS.ON, March 27.--Mrs. Elizabeth (jrcgo Carson. 74. died at lier home four miles east of Thompson Thursday afternoon aftor a liu- ·ering illness. Since Christmas she had been bedfast. She leaves her Hisband and five children, four ooys, George of Albert Lea; Bruce, Walter and Robert at home; one daughter. Rose, also at home am! two grandchildren, Vcnta and Arlo larson of Albert Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Carson moved from Illinois in 18SS shortly after they were married and settled on the farm they now own. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Q Preparations Made Near Swea City to Pave Highway No. SWEA CITY, March 27.--Preparations are being made to start paving on road No. a by April IS. The McGuire grading crew of Algon; went out yesterday to start putting grade on this 30 mile job. Paving vill start April 13. Material and rmipment for the first foiu- miles f work will be unloaded in local yards and hauled to the work. No camp will be set up. About 100 men, will be employed by the paving- gang and about DO with the grading-. Dr. Mai-cell Schnardt, a I'hysiciau of the Great Vienna General Hospital and a Specialist in Internal Medicine. Lucky Find W HEN we find Hint some slight adjustment makes a marvelous inipi'ovcinenL in a c l i i l c l we wonttcr why we luidn't t h o u g h t lic- forc to jjive the c.liilri this Jielp. A HOIK! example is lite cx[ierictiCR of Mrs. J. Uernslein, 10:s:! Fonrlli Si., Dc's "Mninrs. Slio snys: "My little fjirl \v:is tloinj,' fairly w e l l - b u t 1 noticed she d i d n ' t cat lil;e she: slioulil and didn't, scum Lo have m u u l i energy. "I wniUcrl to do something I'trlior, and our dor.ior rawmniemit'd California 1'if; Syrup, so I gave licr some. Bet!) improved so m u c h I \voiulw why I d i d n ' t tin s o m e t h i n g for her stonuich and hoivels before. 1L relieved her sluggishness, g:ivu her a good :ippetil.c :ind p l e n t y of energy." To point up a child's iippc-lilc','in- crease energy and K l r c t i g L l i , assist, digestion nnd a s s i m i l a t i o n , there's nothing more effective tha:i puri: ·vegetable California Fig Syrup. Doctors advise its use In open the bowels d u r i n g colds and children's diseases; or whenever bad brcnlh, coated tongue, lie:»c!:iclies, listlcssncss, etc., warn of constipation. The genuine always bears Hie name Cnlijurnin. So look for Ihul when buying. At all drug stores. LAXATIVE-TONIC for CHILDREN Is the new, because it is "highest test' 65.3° to 69.6° Diseases! attack more furiously now thnn at any other time during the Wi l°l? ?.°!"' ! Pnoumonm . I"flieiiy.a, Pleurisy, Grippe--these enemies of .,., W j,,g s ,,[ HL |,][] cn temperature changes, cold, wet, pencil exposure. You must fortify your boily against them! Health ride on the L rat inn; wirul.s, Doctors realize Uic profound im- lortance oE strong, healthy bodies it Ibis particular season. Thai is why so many of them ailvocat.e Voj;-- Ml to aid in warding off attacks. Dr. Marcel! Sohimrdt, a physician of the great V i e n n a lieniM-al I-Ios- p i L a l and a specialist in internal medicine, is one of the ouUilaiuliujj physicians retained to examine Veg- All rim! its eftVots, ami tu render an expert, opinion on thu merits of this eat remedy. Dr. Hchnardt 1ms .soul: a special rssa^it of sifjnificaiiiH; to the thousands of American men and womuii who need bodily help. Me writes: Winter months very oileu deplete stores of reserve energy which the body naturally creates Lo f o r t i - fy ilnelf against disease attacks. As a result, thousands of people fac'j the vicious wealhor of February, March and A p r i l with il:in;f«irousiy lowered v i t a l i t y and weakened bodies. It is of t.he utmost i m p o r t a n c e that these people strengthen their bodies, if they hope to avoid the many serious illnesses which this season brings. 'For this purpose T have found nothing so effective as Veg-AH. I have examined it, observed its action, and have found it s t a r t i n ; j l v houcficiul. Its Vitamin B and Niii Vomica content alone would make t a groat source for increased energy. Vug-All, in my opinion, is one of the greatest; body-building and rengllHMiing tonics yet discovered. "In all seriousness I warn weak and run-down American man and women to taki. HOIIK; sti![« to i t r i M i g l l i e n t l i r i r bodies at this time of the year. And I honestly believo Lliut. Veg-AIl will give them moro s t r e n g t h quicker and with greater safely tluin any n l l i u p imtiliuinc." Here is thu considered statement of a modern physician, with a successful record involving the treatment of thousand:! oC patients. No man or woman who s u f f e r s from wrviltemul vitality and lowered resistance can afford to disregard this clear, concise and posil ivc warning, or fail to p r o f i t from this generous advice from a modern and progressive doctor. You owe it to yourself and your f a m i l y t.o heed Dr. .Schnardt'a warning and advice. Got a bottle; of Veg- Al! at your druggisl'a and start nnw to build the strength nnd resistance which will carry you safely through the dangerous days a h e a d -- f o r t i f y you against those diseases which attack the weak, and give you the glow of health that makes you look and feel years younger! The following money back guarantee is your insurance for beneficial results! Fivo t h o u s a n d dollars has lini'ji posted as a positive guarantee that you personally must b e n e f i t from tin; of Vug-All, or your entire pur- clniso prico will he promptly r e t u r n e d l o you. We have so mrinli rnnfldcncn in (lie. ability of Vcg-AII to malce you feul bettor, cat butter, sleep better and Imvo results reflect themselves in yniir improved appeal-arid-, tluit. wo say: "Have no hcsituncy in trying purr, harmless Vog-.MI. If, by tho. s i x t h spoonful, you do licit rucogul/.c. (ho improvement, and if your friends do not; compliment you and say thai; you are looking h r - t l c r , you may feel perfectly free to relurn tfl« partly-used (rial liodlo and have f l u : price, of that bottle, handed right back to you." Any of tim leading druggists gladly «land behind Ibis unique, guarantee., and i n v i t e you to improve your : n m l i l i o n of health, and so your out- loolc on life, by s t a r t i n g today to hiku Veg-AIl. SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 89 "foT trade'on !i monei ·«. .«.-.--:· - -£ hevrolet 8 % udd lowv A Dockstader Kudo, *"*"· isllea, no ci.~* -- -r?'"- ---PHONE 2614 BOM. oy ner attorney. | 629 N. Ifenerai l.iour lamca. ,sen ana Maude iJeacn.

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