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May 3, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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FOURTEEN FEDERATION IN KOSSUTH MEETS 125 Members Are Present at County Gathering in Swea City. SWEA CITY, May 3.--The Kossuth county Federation of Women's clubs met at Swea City Tuesday in an all day meeting. Hostess clubs ·were Priscilla club and Acorn club of Lakota and W. C. T. TJ., and Thursday club of Swea City. A noon luncheon was served to 125 club members and to the members of the school faculty who were honored guests. Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Kossuth county president, presided. District Chairman Mrs. C. Phillips of Livermore, gave an-address, "Why Federate." Other numbers on program were: Address by Mrs. Raymond Swanson, "Child Welfare;" baritone solo, Renn Kluger; vocal solo, Mrs. A. B. Twee ten; instrumental solo, Mrs. George Heetland; vocal solo, Mrs. C. Woodard. · The dinner was served in the dining room of the high school building and the program given at the high school auditorium. Aged Fanner Near Ottumwa Is Found Dead in Stock Well OTTUMWA, May 3. (JPI--Freder- ick Clark, 83, farmer living south of Ottumwa, was found dead in a stock well at his home late Tuesday. John Drake, Wapello county coroner, announced today that he believed Clark had come to his death accidentally and said there would be no inquest. Choir Plans Final Trip. FOREST CITY, May 3.--The Waldorf college choir will make its last concert trip of the season on Sunday, when it will sing at LeRoy, Adams and Ostrander, Minn. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 3 1934 WASH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win Bmck Pep .. .Vigor . . .Vitality Medical authorities asrree that your kidneys contain 16 MILES of tiny tubes or filters which help to purity the Wood and keep you healthy. They should pour out thru the bladder 8 pints at fluid a day which contains 4 pounds of waste matter. U you have · trouble with too frequent bladder passages with scanty amount caus- io« burning and discomfort, the 16 MILES WIDELY SOUGHT PROPERTY TAX LIMIT IS URGED Colflesh Would Take Some But Not All Taxes Of f « Real Estate. ALGONA, May 3.--Pointing out hat the problem of taxes is foremost at the present, Robert W. Col- lesh of Des Moines, candidate for he republican 'nomination for governor, urged a permanent limK be ilaced on real estate taxes. The pre- ient situation, he continued, makes t more profitable to rent than to own real estate. Advocating that a limit be placed on the amount of tax on real estate, he said that any other taxes needed should be obtained by other means, such as a classified gross income tax, for example. The importance of reducing taxes, without impairing needed services, was also stressed.. Scores Tax Exempt Securities. "Too much of the nation's wealth is tax exempt," asserted Mr. Colflesh, to a crowd of nearly 100. "No more' exempt securities should be sold. We should be broadminded in our tax views and must relieve real estate of some of its burdens." Mr. Colflesh said that there was no magic means by which property could be relieved of all its taxes. He asserted that one of bis opponents in the nomination hac held forth a system which would wipe out all property taxes. Such promises, he averred, were too strong to be probable. Proud of Republicanism. "I have campaigned the last 11 weeks and I am proud of,my re publicanism," he continued. ''In thi past Iowa has had a government o: republicans but even that has onl; been a majority of the minority. L urge that everyone get out at the polls and vote. "With the great productivity 0 Iowa, it seems absurd to me that the government should use the people's money to put more land into production, such as the Boulder dam project." Donald Hutchins introduced Mr. Colflesh. Will Speak Monday. ^ .LV-V DBCORAH, May 3.--Robert Col- j" w" Yl'vlsaker will be in charge. | flesh of Des Moines, candidate for Surviving are her husband and one the republican nomination for gov- son Clarence. The Christiansen »mnr win .onpau- at the r-hamhor nf family resided'in Northwood about Randol Norvell (above), supposed "brains" ol the kidnaping last summer of August Lucr, wealthy banker ol Alton, 111-, crawled through a sewer of the southern Illinois prison and escaped. ( A s s o c i a t e d Press Photo). WOMAN, 75, DIES AT NORTHWOOD Mrs. Christiansen Funera to Be Held Saturday in Shell Rock Church. NORTHWOOD, May 3. --Mrs Knut Christiansen, 75, died Wed nesday night at the Christiansen home in Northwood after a linger ing- illness. Funeral services will b held Saturday afternoon at thi Shell Rock Lutheran church, two miles from Northwood,, with buna the church cemetery. The Rev 25 years. snmzoui. iois^- eginnSiul ot Mgtfnz tini, lou of pep and vitality. S t ; n s - i W r t s r .lwnb««o,- raollra lett «ad«BHe«i rheum»t!i!,p«in« mud dizziness. ' ' Hiu antcB, * *««****·*· vr-*-«"» ~"*»· ·------·---- If Iddneya don't empty 3 pints every day and get rid of 4 pounds of waste matter. jour body will take TO these poisons causing JUH* *.....« · , T __^_ 1^.^.1. _,».. nil* fflTllH jour o y w a e Serious trouble. It may knock you out and la; sou .up for many months. Bon tTM.t Ask your druggist for DOAJTS PILLS . a doctor's prescription . . . which has been used successfully by millions ol kidney sufferers for over 40 years. They give quick relief and will help to wash out the 1~ MILES of kidney tubes. But don't take chances with strong drugs or to-called "kidney cures" that claim to fix sou up ia 15 minutes. Your common sense «U1 tell you that this is impossible. Treatments o' this nature may seriously .injure and irritate delicate tissues. Insist on BOAN'S FILLS . . . the old reUjLuh; relief that contain no "dope" or iabit-fonninE drugs. Be sure you get DOAN'S PILLS it your druggist. © 1934. Foster-Miliurn Co Manly Ball Player Fails to Improve After Injury MANLY, May 3.--The condition of Ernest Clemenseu. injured in the inal game of the Worth county tournament was announced as being much worse today. Clemensen received, a Dad kidney injury in a collision with a.baserunner. and.has not responded to treatment in the way expected. Father Luke Reads First Mass in .St. Joe Church BANCROFT, May 3.--The Rev. Robert Quinn and his mother, Mrs. Bridget Quinn of Rockwell City, visited Monday and Tuesday with relatives here. Tuesday morning Father Quinn his mother. Father Grady, -the Rev J. F. Schultes, Charles Quinn and Mrs. H. J. Guide drove to St. Joe and attended the first mass read by Father Luke. ernor, will speak at the Chamber, of Commerce luncheon at the Winne- shiek hotel next Monday. Attorney Colflesh will speak on state affairs, "out his talk will be non-partisan. Confers in Wlnneuago. FOREST CITY, May 3.--Robert Colflesh wag in Forest City, Lake Hills, Thompson and Buffalo Center Wednesday conferring with republican leaders. He will speak at Forest City at a date to tie announced later. Rough and Handsome Ff edericksturg Rites Held for Mrs. Ellison FREDERICKSBURG, May 3, Funeral servies for Mrs. Orinda Ellison, 156, were held at her home Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. John Dawson officiating. Mrs. Ellison is survived by one daughter Mrs. Lillian Trunkey of Cedar Rapids, three sons, ' Ervin, Glen and Claud all of Fredericksburg. Henry Massion Rites Are Held in Corwith CORWITH, May 3.--Funeral services for Henry D. Massion, 62, were held at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon, in charge of the Rev. Albert Rust, Baptist pastor, assisted by the Rev. L. B. Foster of Stii- son. Born near Minonk, HI., July 6, 1871, he spent his early years neat his birthplace and was united in marriage to Addie B. Rich. Three sons were born to this union, two dying in infancy. In 1915 he moved to his farm east of Corwith where lie resided until 1923 when he came to town. Surviving are his wife, one son, Howard, and three granddaughters of Corwith, four sisters and one brother. \ Full bodied sport fabrics with a world of appeal to young men who like clothes of the rough fabric type. Plenty of dash for sports and outdoor occasions, yet nicely restrained to be perfectly at ease for dress. These suits successfully straddle the problem of finding a triple purpose suit that fits in properly for sports wear, business wear and "at home." $20 $2450 EARNER'S 13 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Seniors at Manly Will Give Class Play May 8 MANLY, May 3.--A senior class play "Two Girls and a Fellow" will be presented by the senior class of the Manly high school May 8. Ten members of the class will take, part in the play. Miss Inez Wilson will have'charge of directing. Seniors taking part are: Devon Jones, Margaret Martin, Genevieve Chapman, Jane Devault, Nina Houck, Thomas Rose, Clifford Burner, Margaret Devis, Gwendolyn Murphy and Max Garcia. The absence of Miss Devault has held back the play practice the past week. Miss Devault is quarantined for chicken pcx. Hofland Funeral Rites Held Near St. Ansgar ST. ANSGAR, May 3.--Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Six Mile Grove church for E. A. Hofland, 82, who has been in failing health five years and confined to his bed six weeks. Mr. Hofland was born ic Sogn- dahl, Norway. Dec. 5, 1851. He came to America in 1870 at the age of 19. He settled in Mitchell county where he lived since. In 1898, he was united in marriage to Gertrude Engeseter, who preceded him in death. Grass Fire Put Out, FOREST CITY, May 3.--A grass fire on the Peter Finssas farm on the east edge of Forest City Wednesday afternoon was put out before much damage was done. There's News i n i A n d f h e r e ' s extra, special n e w s a b o u t this low price Knits are getting around! They're on the golf course early in the day...and we've seen them out till dawn at informal dances. For besides the sports types, we have ever so many dressy knits ... soft,, feminine and frilly. Marvels of their kind at this price. Sizes 14 to 20. KNITS ANKLETS 25c to 39c pair Just unpacked -- a new assortment of children's and misses' ankle socks in the most attractive patterns and color combinations. Sizes 6 to 10t/o. PHOENIX HOSE, pair 79c Why not buy Phoenix hose when" you can got them at such a low price? S e r v i c e o r c h i f f o n weights, first quality, in all the new spring shades. Merk'el's First Floor X CANDY FOR MOTHER'S DAY Bunte "Seville" chocolates assorted, one-pound box 59c. Ribbon Package --very choice assorted chocolates, one-pound box $1. Bunte Three-pound Box Assorted Chocolates, ?1.39. Merkel's First Floor See Our $15 to BRADLEY KNITS $25 MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR CANDLEWICK PRINTS The Newest in Printed Fabrics At last you can ensemble your lovely furnishings with glazed chintz or sateen in printed designs that faithfully reproduce the charming tufts of Candlewick handiwork. Candlewick Prints are in the new rich colors in a variety of patterns and are attractively made up in ready-to-hang draperies and bedspreads. · BED SPREADS $4.50 New cotton spreads in Pine Tree design, Preshrunk. Size 90x105. Bust, green, gold, blue, rose and orchid. LACE COVERS $4.95 to $10.50 Quaker lace table covers in very attractive designs. Sizes 72x72 and 72x90. GUEST TOWELS 59cto$l Colorful little towels of sheer linen and all handmade. DRAPERY FABRICS yard $1 and $1.19 Figured crashes and Monks cloth which are ideal for sun rooms and porches. Merkel's First Floor The New ABC Cottons Are Here Without a doubt the outstanding cotton line on the market. We have every type of material y o u could possibly want. IMPORTED SW IS S ORGANDIE, 36 and 40 inch, white only. Yd. 98c and §1.19. ^ARAGON ORGANDIE, permanent finish in d o t s a n d plaids. 39 inch., yd. 75c. GALLANT SWISS in new patterns, 36 inch, yd. 49c. FINE BATISTE, fast colors, for blouses and children's dresses, 40 inch, yd. 29c. PLESANT VOILE in large floral patterns on pastel grounds, 40 inch, yd. 29c. GREENBRIER CHIFFON VOILE, a very fine anti- crease voile in large, bright floral, patterns o n l i g h t grounds. Laundering has no effect on t h e a n t i - c r e a s e properties and will not fade the attractive colors. 39 inch, yd. 59c. PERCALE PRINTS, in checks, plaids and Mexican stripes, 36 inch, fast colors. Yd. 25c. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Cartwheel For Now! $1- 98 and $2-98 Be Fashion Right in a Cartwheel of felt, crepe or straw! Our stocks are complete! Medium and smaller brims are here also. 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