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April 28, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 28 IB 1936 SEVEN COURT RULES ON PENSION POWERS ·Judge Goheen Dismisses Suit Brought by Chickasaw County Woman. DES MOINES, UP)--Discretionary Drawers of the Iowa old age pension commission, Asst. Atty. Gen. Lc- Roy Rader announced, have been settled in an opinion by District Judge T. H. Goheen of Calmar. Rader said Judge Goheen sustained his motion to dismiss a suit brought by Catherine Nolan, Chickasaw county pensioner, who was alloyed ?15 a month pension and started suit under a state law permitting pension applicants to appeal to the district court if they are denied pensions. Her appeal was based on the claim that the pensioner should receive ?25 a month. Rader argued the law on appeal in which the pension was denied said nothing about appeals over dissatisfaction concerning the amount of the pension, and that the law left to the pesnsion commission discretionary power to set the amount of the pension. S Clubs Hold Conference. CRESCO--Three Pilgrim Fellowship clubs of Decorah, McGregor and Cresco met here in conference Sunday afternoon. The young people of the Congregational churches were accompanied by their respective pastors: The Rev. J. F. Burling, Decorah; the Rev. J. F. Parsons, McGregor and the Rev. A. D. Phelps, Cresco. Faculty Is Entertained. CRYSTAL LAKE--Supt. Edd McGreevey entertained the school faculty to a 6:30 dinner at th'e Jensen cafe. Mrs. Roger Northrop, wife of the new teacher, .and Harold Hawn, a. substitute teacher and wife, were also present. Landon Leader -No. 2--Start in Newspaper Business LIFE STORY OF COLONEL FRANK KNOX IN SKETCH STRIPS EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first, of a. series ol sketches of the lives of 1936 presidential possibilities. ·Sketched by C. H. Crittenden, Central Press Artist- Ccorge Baiter Longan, president and general manager of the Kansas City Star, is credited with being one of the leading strategists ol the campaign to nominate Gov. Alfred M. Landon of Kansas for the presidency. Twin Colts Die. BUDD--Twin colts were bom at the Harvey Kuhlemeicr farm south of town but both died. I L A S O L 2 f o r 5 1 C r THURSDAT_ O N LY... While they last O NIY \:. While they : tast:^f O MLY.^While'fhey fast ni Stte tt i Datanw 1 X FOLDED SHEETS 90 SINGl£ SHEETS 80 ENVELOPE* On* 5*1* t REGULAR S1.00 BOX $1.00 Agarex, 16 oz. 2 for $1.01 BOc Analgesic Balm 2 for Sic I 2Sc Cherty Bark Cough . Syrup 2for26c 60c Eyelo, 8 oz. 2 for Sic 40c Gypsy Cream 2for41c 50c Laxative Salt 2 for Sic $1.00 Melo-Malt 2 for $1.01 60c Vapure 2for51e Wrapped Caramels, 1 Ib. 2 for 36e Milk Choc. Bar, % Ib. 2for20c Asst Sc Choc. Bars 2 for 6c PURETEST PRODUCTS 25c Aspirin Tabs., 24's 2 for 26c 25e Castor Oil 2 for 26c $1.00 Cod Liver Oil Tabs., 110's 2 for $1.01 25c Epsom Salt 2 for 26c $1.00 Halibut Liver Oil Caps., 50's 2 for $1.01 75c Mineral Oil, 16oz. 2for76c 25c Tine. Iodine 2for26c 25c Stag Powder for Men 2 tor 26« 35c Erushless Shaving Cream 2 for 3e SOc Jasmine Face Powder 2 for Sle SOc Shar. Lotion 2for51c SOc CocoanutOil Shampoo 2 for 25c Sanitary Napkins 2for26c 25e Readymade Bandage 2for26e 25c Z. O. Adhesive PI. . 1'xSyds. 2for26c SOc Pound Paper or Envelopes 2 for Sic S5c Medford Pap. 2 for 26c ... , . . . JHAM MANY SHADES Worts roster at ASPIRIN Brings speedy relief from pain l*a®sr ASPIRIN ·ejv, 100'» regularly 49c 3U*' DOUBLE-STRENGTH MOUTH WASH fl guards against germs . .. ^-L?! keeps breath sucet Mi 31 Solution 2for PINT regularly 49e 39c Ruhber Gloves 2 for 40c $1.25 Water Bottle or Ftn. Syringe 2 for $1.26 19c Ladies' Men's Combs 2 for 20= Theofricol COLD CREAM 2'«76c 19e Permedge Pks. o* 5 RAZOR BUMS 2 (o^Oc st Milk of Magnesia 2to.Slc 25c awatt Milk of Magnesia TOOTH PASTE2f°.26c 50c G. E. Sodium Phosphate 2 for 51c SOc Face Powder 2 for Sic 35c Lipstick 2 for 36c SOc Toilet Powder 2 for Sic 2oc Talcum 2 for 26c SOc Beauty Creams 2 for Sic 35c Cr. of Almonds 2 for 36c I entitles you to 3 tubes of KLENZO DENTAL CREME reg. $1*17 value This foaming, good tasting t o o t h paste cleans teeth all over How it whitens! Cnk redemption v«lu« 1.10 el ont ctnl Yoi]«3««o!i miue STUM pinmc on; cmt i 335 South Federal Ave. . Returning to Grand Kapids from the Spanish-American war. Trooper Knox was a marked man, for the Rough Riders were a famous regiment. Many of his letters from the front were published in a local newspaper and following his return, Frank was employed as a cub reporter at $10 a week because the editor realized that the young man of 21 had "a nose for news." Cupid began throwing darts at Frank and a romance with Annie Reed which had begun at Alma college came to full bloom when the couple was married on Dec. 29, 1898. Friends saw in the wedding a perfect match'. Mrs. Knox later proved this by figuring prominently in the career of Knox, supplying the "driving power" that is a necessity to a man fired with ambition. RITES FOR CRASH VICTIM PLANNED Newman, 61, Bassett, Will Be Buried Wednesday; Wife Injured. NEW HAMPTON--Funeral services will be held at Bassett Wednesday afternoon for Herman Newman, 61. who died Sunday evening at Eldora following an accident six hours earlier. Mr. Newman, in company with his wife, son, Bertram, 34, his wife and child, were near Eldora when a tire on the car blew out, causing- the automobile to turn over three times. Mrs. Newman suffered fractured pelvic bone and will be in a hospital for several weeks. The other members of the family in the auto were uninjured. Newman died from a skull fracture. Surviving are his widow, two daughters. Mrs. Pearl McConnell, Elr/ia; Mrs. Gladys LaBlanc, Mesa, \riz.; three sons, Lohnie in Arizona; Bertram of near Fredericks- tiurg and Robert in the army in Texas; one brother. Laurence and two sisters, Mrs. Maude Spurback and Mrs. Laura Carter, all of Charles City. Mrs. Pearson Funeral Is Held in Armstrong Home ARMSTRONG--The Rev. R. W. Boade had charge of the funeral services for Mrs. Amanda Christinia Warner Pearson, mother of Mrs. Otto Swanson of Armstrong, at the Swanson home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Pearson was born at Kristdale, Sweden, Nov. 6, 1859. She came to America in 1908 to Jamestown, N. Y., and to Armstrong in May, 1935. She leaves her two children, Mrs. Otto Swanson of Armstrong and Carl August of Jamestown, N. Y. Here and There \VHIi tin-, burning desire, to become a publisher and the fact. Hint his wife was pushing him onward, Knu.x bought a weekly newspaper at Sault Stc. marie, Mich. At (he Soo the young publisher of 25 found a rough, tough town, filled with saloons and brothels. He changed his weekly to a daily and began to clean up -die town, gradually drawing the better element to leadership. But newspaper publishing in little Soo was not highly profitable business, even after outmaneuvering the competitor and buying Him out. Public approval of his policy, however, kept Knox going, which brought about a battle with one of the two utility companies seeking to develop the water power of the Soo rapids. Colonel and Mrs. Frank Knox CALLS FOR LOCAL RELIEF CONTROL Wilson Declares Democrats Have Injected Politics Into Situation. MUSCAT1NE -- Decentralization of the relief setup in Iowa, and the return of authority to the local communities, was advocated here Tuesday by Senator George Wilson, in an address before a republican rally luncheon. "The people of this community ;ire better able to determine the relief needs of the community than a man sent out from Princeton or DCS Moines," Senator Wilson declared. "But instead of following the old fashioned, common sense policy of having relict administered by the local bodies, the democratic state administration has turned the whole relief setup into a racket. Everything is centered under high power- crcd executives at DCS Moines, who craclt the whip over every local com- munity in Iowa, and threaten to withhold relief money unless the absolute dictates ot these imported authorities are followed to the letter. "The only sure way to take relief out of politics is to return the administration of it to the local communities. I do not believe in centralization of authority in Washington, or in centralization under the g-ildcil dome of the state eapitol at Des Moines." PROTIVIN--Irene Kubik left for Jamestown, N. Dak., lor a couple of weeks' visit with rein lives. Visit at Rochester. BUFFALO CENTER -- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson drove to Rochester, Minn., Sunday, to visit Mr. Patterson's sister who is in the hospital there. Many Are Entertained. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Art Landdeck of Ottumwa. Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Sauerbray of Elma, Mr. and Mrs. Westermann and daughter, Ruth, of Montgomery, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Landdeck, Mrs. Fredric Landdeck, Mrs. Herbert Landdeck and son of Boscobel, Wis., and Fredric and Herbert Landdeck of Dubuque, where they are attending school, ail were visitors at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Landdeck, Sunday. Visitors From Stuartville. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hove and son. Irving Duane of Stuart- ville, Minn., were week-end guests at the Amil Haugen home. Daughter Is Born. BUFFALO CENTER -- A 9 1 .!; pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson Saturday. The Andersons have one other daughter. Joan. Will Meet Wednesday. NORA SPRINGS--The Christian church circle will be entertained in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Etta Breakey, Mrs. Alice Hicks and Mrs. Richard Dean. Mrs. Miller Hostess. LTJVERNE--The J. J. Club met at the community ball with Mra. Laurence Miller as hostess. A story was read by Mrs. J. L. Eustace and Mrs. Duane Neal had charge of the social hour. Bridge was played at four tables. Mrs. Lloyd Zentwen won high score' and Mrs. Carl Goetsch won second place. The next meeting will be in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Edward Dchnert and will be a '''Homecoming" party. Small Fire Extinguished. DOWS--A small fire in the basement of the Denger hatchery called out the fire department Monday afternoon. Little damage was done. The fire was caused by an oil stove. The fire was put out before the arrival of the fire department. Return From Texas. CRYSTAL LAKE--Albert Decker and sons. Sam, Joe, Clause and Fred, who spend their winters in Texas raising vegetables, have returned here and will raise vegetables again in the peat lands here. Mr. Decker brought quite a collection of cactus, shells and rocks. Leave for Monmouth. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lackore and son. Leonard, left Sunday for Monmouth, 111., where Mrs. Lackore and son will visit her parents for two weeks. Mr. Lackore re-turned home Monday. Honored at Shower. R1DGEWAY--A shower, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Carolan, who were mnrrioii ;it Decorah on April 15. was hckl at Hie Blulflon community h;dl Kriday cvcniiis;. Dancint; was the uivcnsiur:. KEGUNED M I L L I O N S o f parched throats are enjoying the smoothest, most satisfying deliciousness they ever tasted --and Pabst TAPaCan has become famous from Cocoanut Grove in Hollywood to the Ritz Bar in old New York. When Pabst TAPaCan brought real goodness, captured at the brewery and served it intact--delicious, with a flavor never before possible--a great national enthusiasm for Pabst was bound to result. Treat yourself to this amazing flavor today. Ask for It by name-"Pabst TAPaCan." You will be served your own personal container -tamper-proof, non-refillable. Ninety-two years of experience does make a difference. Taste it. 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