Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 30, 1931 · Page 8
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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 30, 1931
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MARCH 80 · 103* TUDER ARRESTS iSCAPED CONVICT rold Risk Held at Webster City for Stealing Automobile. «·££! \ |^3 f While on the trail of some stolen l^^jnumber plates from an automobile, tfax Studer, automobile inspector, iccompanied by Sheriff Frank Blair it Hamilton county arrested Harold "isk, · alias Jack Jensen Friday af moon on a farm near Badger. j-_Risk had in his possession a ·Chevrolet, automobile believed stol- from Joe Hertzberg, Fort Dodge, v. 15; 1930. The car had the num- r plates 40-47, belonging to Anton ·asmussen, .Jewell, stolen on Dec. , few" dayw previous to the gas staUoa'murder at puncomb, with which officers are attempting to link Risk, who ia in the county jail at Webster City awaiting- developments. ' . · . There also was a set of Klnnesota license plates in the automobile. Investigation .revealed that Risk was an ex-convict and had escaped from the men's reformatory at Ana- inosa. . , . ' ' ' . _ _ Three-Are Injured WKen Car Skids Near Clinton CLINTON, March 30.' 15")--Injured when their car skidded off a viaduct on highway No. 99 Sunday, Don Peiper, Chalmers Sproat and Dorothy Broderson were in a Clinton hospital today. ' . · , Pelper has a broken leg, Sproat a broken arm, and Miss Broderson, a broken hip. Two others in the car were unhurt. · i m ^er ?%' ' , t i *'* E A S T E R CLOTHES LMTOREHORT IN MR ACCIDENT Former Head of Theater at Garner Blinded by Headlights. GARNER, March 30.--Frank Livermore, former resident here who operated the Lyric theater, was quite seriously Injured while on his way from Garner to his new home in Fairmont, Minn., near Fairmont. He ran into.'a ditch because of blinding headlights of an oncoming car. He suffered severe cuts and bruises and was rendered unconscious. He was taken to the hospital in Fairmont. His new car Is a complete wreck. | Klemme Seniors Will Give Play 2 Nigbts KLEMME, March 30.--The senior play Qf the high school will be given Friday and Saturday, April 3 and 4. It is "After You I Am Next" There are 12 m this three, act play. They are Ethel and Lorraine Lempke, Irene Bndges, Mildred Cast, Kama Peterson, Doretha rolus, Esther Grieman, Ruby Her, Bernard Pringletz, Verner Priebe, Raymond Bare and Floyd Klotzbach. This play is oemg coached by Miss Wilma Trumble. Home For Week-End. JOICE--Miss Crystal Paulson and friend Miss Pansy Paulson, Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at home visiting relatives and friends. MRS, THOMPSON, CLARION, DIES Funeral Services Will Be Tuesday Afternoon; Two Daughters Survive. CLARION, March 30--Mra. Velva Thompson, 54, who died of-heart disease at the\home of her daughter Mrs. Willard Wilson in Dayton township Sunday-morning, will he buried Tuesday afternoon. A few weeks ago she sold,a small grocery store which she operated at her home in Clarion, her doctor advising, her to rest for a few months. She was born in Unn county, near Center^Point in 1877. She came to Wright county with her parents in 1882. Mrs. Thompspu was graduated from the Clarion high school in 1897. She taught in Lake township four years and was married to.Frank Thompson on July 11, 1902. They resided on a farm near Clarion until Mr. Thompson's- death on May 6, 1911. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Vera-Lester and Mrs..Thelma Wilson, four grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. W. J. Henry, and her aged father, who made his. home with her, all of whom are residents of Clarion. Funeral services will be held at'the Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock In charge of the Rev. F. W. Ortmeyer. The members of the Rebekah lodge will attend in a body. Burial, will be in Evergreen cenv etery. FOOT TROUBLE ENDED X jsocia ted Ft ess Piolo Miss Maxlne Blankenshlp (above) of Downs, Knns., has been chosen honorary colonel of the R. O. T. C. at Kansas State college, fllanhattan, Kims. A'-N- and Topcoats jn one all-mbracing group you'll . find tlie Suit and Topcoat that will coincide -with your ideas of Clothes excellence. Here are Suits in one, · two'and three-button effects \yith ·peak or notch lapels and Topcoats .-· in single as well as double-breasted models. Every wanted fabric, color and pattern is included at'this popular price. Quality at Lowered Prices "The bride, was charming.. ·" AS the years slip "by, z x bringing to her new/ | duties as a housekeeper, a wife and a mother will she be able to keep the charm of radiant health? Other ·women have found that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundhelps them to regain their strength after childbirth and to care for theitlfamil^es and .«·«,*--·. their housework; This, famous'medicine Is also soldin chocolate coated tablets--just as effective as the liquid. Pleasant to take--Convenient to carry ' Sold at drug rtotea Vegetable Compound DR. SHALLENBERGER MRS, SEBAUGH, 62, SUCCUMBS Funeral Services Will Be Held for Marble Rock Woman Tuesday. , MARBLE ROCK, March 30.-Mrs. Peter Sebaugh, 62, died suddenly of heart disease at her home, on Beelar street Friday evening. Funeral services, will be held Tuesday afternoon. She wag formerly Miss Ada Stoner here and is survived by her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Grant Swant and two sons, OIHe and Guy Sebaugh, all of Marble Rock. · . Funeral services will be held I Tuesday afternoon. 125 Children Cared for in Beloit Home DECORAH, March *30.. Iff)--The Beloit Children's home at Beloit, operated by the board.of charities of the Norwegian Lutheran church, took care of 125 children during 1930, its annual report shows. The home carried over 99 children from 1929, took in 26 others and found private homes for 20 of its charges. At the close of 1930, the home was caring for 105 children. At the Aase Haugen Sunset home . here, the .board's-.:home for aged people, 54 1930." Four new' charges were added to the 50 living at the home at the end of 1929. Three inmates died and another found a private home. 240 Gallons of Alcohol, 'Seized in Butler, Taken lo Hospital in Waverly I ALLISON, March 30.--Two hundred and forty gallons .of alcohol were taken to the Mercy hospital,at Waverly by Sheriff Henry Burma. This liquor was seized by the Butler county officials during recent raids. Essay, Poster Winners at Dows to Be Honored EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION? PAINFUL CRAMPS? _. CONTRACTED /' TOE? A CORNS? -·; FOOT OR LEG ] PAINS? -- WEAK I ANKLE? L SORE . TENDER HEEL? WEAK ARCH? CALLOUSES' - BUNION? CROOKED OR OVERLAPPING TOE? Strike the RIGHT A C C E S S O R Y N O T E , Give a thought to you hosiery, wh e n you o»»mbl.e that ' ' alMmportant Easter costume. ,Be absolutely "re that yaur hosiery blend* perfectly with the rest of your costume. It will if if. Holeproof Hosiery, because Hoe- proofs spring color* were created to complement the new .hades In iilks, woolens, felts and leather.. HOLEPROQF HOSIERY You Can Have Relief at Once I You can end the torture of aching, burning feet, Corns, Bunions, Callouses, weakened. arches and other foot troubles. Come to Foot Comfort Headquarters for · SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION OF FOOT COMFORT METHODS Laird Shoe Co. on April 2, 1931 At tt is time, a repr^ativc from the THE TRANSITONE AM AUTOMOBILE RADIO to shorten the miles. «ns «»e TMd comfort. no obligation to buy. TO PHYSICIANS: IU rrwau-i^r 1 " 1 ·»» |Ty"J are Invited to refer or brlnsYou'rlool troubled P«ll«i» I 4 to our Store durlnjlW.Demoniir.llon. Tlie llertr,eli.odi P . IL developed by Wm. M. Scnoll, M.D., will be fully e.plaintd. JJ LAIRD SHOE CO 14 EAST STATE WHEKE SHOES ARE KEAIXY FITTED THERE'S NO MEED TO ^MiSSSffffSSSfSfS!^^ with a Powerful Dynamic Speaker. PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE ' --- rasa and the expense is low. ^ ' EQUIP YOUR CAB NOW . . . FOLKS, THIS IS GOOD ... DON'T MISS IT ! V t _ . I R I D O L O G Y ! What Is It? In the Grocery Department FREE! One lOc package of Oxy- with 3 bars of £+ 1C S£j ^ o r JkrT^, Camay Soap tor.,.,. land of water . --EXTRA SPECIAL Libby's Corned Beef Hash 10% Ounce Can ..;.,...... .,.,....'··· 1 Pound Can ..,,.....-. .- · · - 15c Many Other Bargains Arranged Thru- out the Store for Easter Shoppers -SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 South Federal Ave, Phone 434-435 Rectal and Chronic Diseases, will make his next monthly visit to j Mason City, Hotel Cerro JGordo, Friday, April 3 I From 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. and Thursday Evening, April 2, from I 6:80 to 9 P. M.--382nd Visit. Return Visits Every 28 Days. Dr. Shallenberger is a very successful specialist, who has had 30 years' experience in the treatment of Rectal Diseases and I Chronic, Nervous and Special j Diseases of men, women and children, and has a large list of [ satisfied patients. Piles Curable Without Surgery By easyi non-confining office treatment. In a few easy treatments the Piles are gone. If you have itching, bleeding, blind or protruding Piles do not neglect the condition, or if you are suffering from Stomach, Bowel. Uver, Heart, Nerve, Skin ,or other chronic trouble such as Rheumatism, G o i t e r , Catarrh, Kidney or Bladder trouble, it will pay you to see Dr. Shallenborger and get his opinion regarding same. Examination free. Address letters to Wilbert Shallenberger, M. D. 768 Oakwood Blvd., Chicago, 111. DOWS, March 30.--The W. C. T II. met at the home of Miss Nellie Akers. Mrs. George J. Meyer read a paper on Missionary activities, Mrs. Leota Schwieger gave a reading. Mrs. J. G. Waterman reviewed the yearbook. A Committee was appointed to purchase the medals In the poster and essay contest in the schools. Evelyn Kurtz won the first in seventh and eighth grade essay work. Roger Charles on won first in the third and fourth poster, contest. I Clarion W. C. T. U. Essay ' Winners Are Announced CLARION, March 30.--The -W. C. T. "U. essay contest held in the schools on "Why Sensible Young I People do Not Smoke" resulted la: First, Ellen Loralne; second, Mabel Isenberger; honorable mention, Dorothy Nichols; posters, first, I Robert White; second, Robert Benson;- honorable mention, Marjorle Graves and Betty Jean Adamson. Miss Margaret Coover and Miss | Bertha Martin had charge of the contest. Soybean Increase Is Predicted by Carl I Iridology is a science through which diagnosis of disease of the human body is made from the iris of the eye. Iridology shows the condition of the body through a reading of the records in the iris of the eye-the window of the soul, the mind and the body. DES MOINES, March 30. Decreased acreage in wheat, barley, flax and hay, a slight increase in corn, and · considerable increase in, soybeans and sweet potatoes was ] forecast for the 1931 season today i by Leslie M. Carl, federal agricultural statistician. Favorable conditions for late plowing last fall followed by suitable early spring conditions have given Iowa farmers opportunity to prepare more land for corn than last year. He estimated the acreage increase would be one per cent. The report, however, Carl said should Interpreted on the basis of what farmers had already planted or intended to plant, not taking into | consideration price changes or weather conditions that might alter | the amount later in the spring. Is In Colorado. ROCK FALLS -- Herbert . Sie- wertsen received word from his brother, Wilbert, that he Is in Col- Dr. A. A. Marohn Cedar Rapids' Only . Jridologist Practically all diseases can be successfully treated by natural methods--for instance such diseases as those of the stomach, intestines and IUUKS; rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago, nervousness, high blood pressure, kidney disease, deafness, headache, goiter, asthma, appendicitis, dls- ' eases of children and female ail- Throup-h iridology it is not only possible to locate diseased organs science in the world can do this. MdoloKV Places at your disposal the best insurance-- disease pre- ventfon- This is niade possible by the- institution of the proper counteractive measures. . . . n tell you It portrays the cause of that s^^^^- remedies in bringing about such removal. over. Consultation free. Dr. A. A. M A R O H N will be at the office of w Thursday, Friday and Siturday, April 2, 3 and 4 CHIROPRACTOR Phone 73 Ground Floor Cerro Gordo Hotel Building Phone 7i ounaay arternobn.'

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