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March 31, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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. OoUlna arid daughter, Colleen:of Alt, spent Saturday and Sunday : at ' Minn., where they vtaitod the home of Mrs, Collih's - parents other of Mrs. Hall and baa been ^ and Mra, p.'- J. ; EIsenman. GARDEN '-^^ SUCCUMBS HERE «?·· Time to think-'of gardens! Use only the best seeds and tools,this year and . be assured of good results. Our stock ^ · is complete. GARDEN SEED Bulk or PackageUthe Kind That Brings Results ... .All Varieties e] mao bilk uai VIGORO A lawn and garden/fertilizer of proved merit. lOc packages to 100 pound sacks. Ask about our spreader f o r applying Vigoro , uniformly. : LAWN GRASS SEED We h a v e a special grade, bur own mixture and a shady spot mixture, both are 60c a pound. Lawn roller for rent at a nominal figure. sort Ibs. to 35i 360 \ CH depar 35,QO GARDEN TOOLS , Hoes, Spading Forks and other things you'll need. A Good Lawn Rake at 75c URRIE-YAN NESS CO. Here Thursday ' ;.;': Afternoon. ' . ' " · · Mrs. G. i. Emmert, 78; who. lived about three raiJes east of town, died Tuesday niorning'at a local hospital. She had heen'iil little more than a week. · : ' , . * '. ·'· . ,, . - . - ' . ' · ' ' Funeral services will be held at 2 o'cloek Thursday afternoon at the Patterson funeral home and at 2:30 o'clock 'at the Alliance tabernacle with the Rev. '-X A. Schmidt in charge and the Rev.' P. W. Pfaltzgraff assisting. 'A quartet consist-. ing of the Rev. Mr. Schmidt. Mrs. Schmidt .and. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams will sing. ' Pallbearers will be John Wilcbx, Frank Hofler, C. W. Pippert, Frank Krause, S. C. Hill and C. K Sweet. Mrs'.'Emmert before her marriage was Jane Bauer. She was born Feb. .10, 1852 'at Helenville, Wlal She and Mr. Emmert -were married Jan. 20, 1881. - . . . · · ' ' . · · ' .-' " ·; In' 1885, .four years after she was married, she with her husband moved to Cerro Gordo county where she has lived since then. She had lived on the same place for the past 29 years. . ; : Mrsl Emmert is survived by three sons, Benjamin Frank Emmert and Frank Leonard Emmert, both of Mason City and Arthur L. Emmert, Gannon Falls, Mian.; one brother, Ed Bauer, Ft, Atkinson, Wis. . All three sons .were with Mrs. Emmert when she died. Mr. Emmert died Sept. 16, 1930. ' Visits .With Son; ' ; MELTONVILLiE -- Mrs. Martha Golnerg is visiting her sou and family', Mr. "arid Mrs. C. Golberg. Has Scarlet Fever. , HANLONTOWN--I^eola Kaasa is ill with scarlet fever. -Her sister, Burnette, who was quite ill last week, shows improvement. · Was In Claremont. . WESLEY--Mrs. Jorgen Skow returned home Monday morning from Claremout, having been called there due to the critical illness of her father. . Green V^as at Burkesville at Time of Surrender of Robert E. Lee. FOREST CITY, March 31.--Funeral services were held here today tor Luther C. Green,. 83, Civil war veteran'who died following a.long illness. The rites wero in charge of the Odd Fellows and American Legion. Burial was in- OakwodH cemetery. Mr. Green was a pioneer resident here. ··.'·. · Mr.'Green enlisted with the New, York 168th infantry in August 1864, and served until the close of the war. He saw General Grant and Abraham Lincoln at Petersburg, April 2,1865, which was 12 days before Lincoln's assassination. He was* at Burkesville Junction April 4, 1865, when Robert E. Lee -surrendered. · · '. , Coming to Forest City in 1868, he was a bricklayer and then was elected first marshal of Forest City when the town was incorporated In Visit at Cabuque. WODEN--The Rev. and Mrs. Henry Kruse are spending a few days visiting relatives and friends at Dubuque. CLEANUP WEEK PROPOSED HERE Junior Chamber to Be Asked to Take Charge of Project. The fire prevention committee of the Chamber of Commerce at a meeting helci Tuesday noon at the Eadmar hotel decided to recommend the' week, of April 2T to May 2 as cleanup week in Mason City. The junior Chamber of Commerce will be asked to take charge of the various activities which will he a part of the observance. . The committee also began, consid oration of a new fire ordinance which it proposes to recommend fo: passage by the city council. The ordinance as proposed woul increase the opportunities of thi fire department in dealing with various types of fire hazards in th city and make for greater safety in the community. Visit In Fleasantvtlle. · SHEFFIELD--Mrs. W. B. Trow bridge and children are spendin the week with relatives at Pleasant ville: EADERS ATTEND BARNARD SERVICE Jaseball Magnates Plan to Attend Services of Ban Johnson. "MAINTAINED BY MERIT" AVE. LOCAL RAILROADS ..J. ----- -- ·· Show Decrease in 1930 f . ' ' \ . ' : ' ' · · · ' ' ' "'· . ·:·· **-*§ lor water to lieat / On those busy, busy days when yon come "'·'-- ~*iing home to change your clothes in a 011 ^31 ftMy appreciate the 'of an automatic gas water 'vstantaneous service! isualtiesResulting Reports made by the railroads to the Interstate Commerce Commission show marked reduction for the first 11 months oE 1930, compared with the preceding year, not only in , .the number of accidents at highway grade -crossings, but. also in the number of casualties resulting .therefrom, .according to 1 the Western Railway's ' ' , committee; on public relations. . ' . · · Accidents .'at' highway grade crossings totaled 4,360 for the first 11 months period, a reduction of 889 CLEVELAND, March 31. ,^ -More than 40 leaders of baseball gathered today for the funeral of Ernest S. Barnard, president of the American league who died Friday, ^om here the sorrowers'will go oa o Spencer, Ind., for the last rites omorrow for Byron Bancroft Johnson, who preceded Barnard !in office and-outlived him but 16 hours. The services for Barnard, who was presidept of the. Cleveland Indians before his elevation to the league presidency^ were in charge of the Knights Templar. The Rev, Miles H. Krumbine, pastor of Plymouth church in Shaker Heights and a close friend of Barnard, participated In the rites. IN LESS ACREAGE Ramseyer Is Opposed to Any Revival of Equalization Fee Plan. By RADFORD E. MOBLEY Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, March 31.--Proposals to revive the equalization fee in tho next seaslon of congress find no favor with Representative C.-W. Ramseyer, Bloomfield, one of the four.or five men who had most to do with framing the original McNary-Haugen oil! embodying the fee. Ramseyer thinks, like Senator McNary, Oregon, that world conditions have changed so that the equalization fee would be a futile gesture. Not only does Ramseyer condemn revival of the fee plan, but he continues steadfast .in his belief *hat the export debenture plan is unworkable and that relief for agriculture thru reduction of industrial tariffs is impracticable. ,. Restrict Acreage. The sole hope' of achieving any measure of relief, he said in an Interview today, lies in restriction of acreage in those crops where, the tariff is 'ineffective so that it can be made effective. "The huge world surplus now existing would make the equalization fee completely ineffective now," he said when questioned regarding the intention .H ot 1 Senator , Norbeck, South Dakotii to re.intrpduce the 'measure."It, would simply b* au effort to delude the farmer into thinking he was getting something. He wouldn't., ., ; '.\ · ' "As for the debenture,, antidumping provisions all over the world would now, as always; nullify it. We have such provisions, and it is folly to suppose other countries will permit us to pour our surplus into their borders without raising bara just as we do. Move Not Possible. "As a matter of practical poli- tics,; cuttiiag-:down" the .-in.dustri^l . tariff?} :^ript- i pos3iMei; fey engirt |, were ex"pedleht.-And;i doubt that It; would;be'We to:'do so)if ft were possible.. Certainlyr I thinkU would be a serious mistake to provide any. blanket percentage reduction of all tariff, rates.".. t -The only thing left to do, he went on. is-to follow the farm boards urgent recommendations for reduction of acreage In overproduced crops. Asked if this were humanly possible, he replied it certain y is possible altho admittedly difficult. Kotex stays soft longer One of the many reasons why you should demand this sanitary pad Visited for Two Weeks. GARNER--Mrs. Charles ' Papou- sek and son Charles, Jr., returned to their home in Belmond after a two weeks' visit in the home of Auditor and Mrs. Jacobs. H^/iR; HEALTH beqins in the roots, for life and natural ·luster treat your scalp and dress your hair, in one operatton.J for the entire family. ^ HAIR ROOT OIL * · K OTEX is soft, and it stays soft. It,does not pack into chafing hardness . after use. Millions of women have discovered that fact, and they are particular to specify Kotex. One of the reasons why Kotex stays soft is the way in which it absorbs-- quickly, scientifically over the entire length of the pad. Many other pads absorb in one concentrated area, -which.soon becomes uncomfortable. Kotex is guaranteed to last longer, stay soft longer, than any other sanitary pad. You can wear Kotex on either side, with no. 'chance of possible embarrassment, with the same degree of efficiency. It deodorizes. It is shaped to fit. And it is, of course, disposable. Kotex Company, Chicago. K O T 6 X Try the new Kotex Snnltnrj' Belt compared with the samet,period 3 1929. Fatalities resulting- fciMa'auAJ accidents totaled * '""' * 400 compared with the 'same period in. 1929, while persons injured so far in 1930 totaled 4,992, a reduction of 1,133 compared with the year before. For November alone, there: were 519 accidents at highway.·': grade, crossing^ a, reduction of 143 unde^- November, 1 1829, while 193 fatalities were' reported 'as caused-by those accidents. This was 'a Deduction of 73 cpmpared : with'.the -number reported for November, 1929. Persona injured via highway, grade crossing accidents in-November, 1S30 totaled 612, compared with,751- in the'same months .of the preceding year, lAlLROAt) BRIEFS Top | G. E. Refrigeration Officials · on Program faucet and instantly !;othetub. Absolutely j|W|plenty of it-- enough · and laundry, tpix H. D. Makeover, Sales: Supervisor 'p£ Peoples^ Gas (and Electric Company, dealers for General Electric refrigerators," left Mason City. Tuesday for Des Moines to.^attend the annual Monitor Top convention, Tuesday, March 81. He was accom: paniedvby five members of the Peoples Gas and Electric Company sales force. - ' - ' / ' ' · ' ' · . ' · - " · ·' · ' · ' : r ' · The .'convention, according to Mr. Makeeyer; . r is held each year preliminary to the spring and summer sales -.campaign held in all :parts of t h e country. . , ' · ' · ' · ' '.."".. '*'.'· Officials of the General Electric Refrigeration department in Cleveland · will ' h e featured speakers on the program and wiU.be introduced by an ; :"electric chairman." The announcements by this "electric chairman" are made possible by electrical transcription. : - . ' · · ' . ' ; W.arde B. Stringham, General Electric refrigerator distributor for Iowa, Western Ullhois and Southern Wiaconsih, will preside at the luncheon which will-open .the convention and during the afternoon. photo- phone · 'talking pictures vrill , be shown -and a troupe of performers will offer .several dramatic skits dealing with the problems of salesmen arid their solution. A banquet will be held in the evening. "Despite the economic depression of 1930,";.- Mr. Makeeyer said today, "our, business for last year was · considerably larger than the preceding .year.'This year,-.with financial- recovery · already under way to all parts of'the country," 1 we expect.record breaking/sales. - "Already a sales promotion and advertising campaign entailing the combined - expenditure of approximately $6,500,000-has been started and, according to announcement of p. D. Ztnimerman, manager of the General .'jElectric refrigeration department la Cleveland, the larger portion of tae appropriation for advertising wlHAbe spent in news- papers,"r-Adv, V '' ' Chicago, Northwestern. Andrew : Preeland^ superintendent's stenographer, has been unable to ba at V°r^ for ^° P 33 *- we ? h because/ o'{ illness. Mrs. ; Esther Deertz is takhig his place while he ia away. ' ..,-· ; . '.': ' ;; : · J. W. Hird, chief clerk ia the superintendent's, office, has been away from: the .office because 'o£. illness.. Chicago, Bock Island and Pacific. J. L., Hayes, Manly, trainmaster, transacted business in Mason City March 21., .. : : . Marc A, Glover, Kansas City, Mo., traveling passenger agent, Fria- .co Lines, transacted business with 'the traffic.department Tuesday. E; B. McColloch, Davenport, traveling freight, agent, Baltimore -and Ohio railroad,--called on business Wednesday.' New low fares to Des Moines and the Twin Cities 'have been an nounced by the Rock Island lines. V .Mil waukee News. Mrs. Henry Smith returned to Mason City : Tuesday after attending the Milwaukee Women's club convention at Chicago. Mrs. Smith Is in charge of the relief work on the eist division, assisting .the', families of the unemployed Milwaukee men.'. · · . ' · · ' . - ··· · · ' · · ' · ' ' · ·' : M. A, Bost, division engineer, - returned Wednesday from Wilmington, Dela;, where he represented the Milwaukee road in the case of the M. G. and C. L. railroad at that point · · · ' · ' ; · G. B. Lawrence, chief carpenter and A. W. Bahr, roadmaster, returned Thursday- from an inspection trip on the division. '.'"·"' ·C. :E., Mutschler, chief clerk in the superintendent's office, represented the Milwaukee at the bus hearing held at New Hampton Wed-' neaday. ' Mra. C. B. Mutachler, left for Dubuque Thursday where she will visit at the home of her mother. SUnneapolls and St. Louis. Burt Curry, Mar shall town, water supply foreman, was hi Mason City Tuesday and Wednesday. E. B. McCulloch, Davenport, traveling freight agent for the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, called here Wednesday. E. C. Herron, DCS Moines, traveling freight agent for the Santa Fe lines, visited here Thursday. M O D E S F R O M Jaunty Snap Brims Sprightly Telescopes Conservative Hamburg rpHEY'RE all here in one of A the finest displays we have ever shown. This is empha- 'sized in one great selection; including all the -wanted styles and colors at a feature price of J 9 8 _ Down the Avenue of Fashion . . . these new frocks-will attract the attention and envy of all on Easter Morn., Their fashioning ... their fine materials . . .their stunning shades and they're pi-iced within your means. You will also want one of our lovely coats, they're .unexcelled for fashion and quality. VISIT OUR MILLINERY" DEPARTMENT, BUY AT SAM'S AND SAVE $1 TO $2 ON : YOUR EASTER HAT New Easter Caps for Men and Boys AT MONEY SAVING PRICES FIRST DOOR NORTH OF PALACE THEATER A N N O U N C E M E N T Beginning April 1 We Will Sell C I G A R E T T E S CAMELS , OLD GOLDS LUCKY STRIKES 15e AH 20c Packages SPECIAL TRICES AN CARTONS AND BOXES SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE .ift

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