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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 29, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 29 M 1936 ETY General Federation to Ask for Study of Chain Store Bil CORAL, GABLES, Fla., uP)--Call ng the consumer the "forgotten man" of a measure pending befor congress, the National Council o the General Federation of Women' clubs has voted unanimously to have President Roosevelt appoint a com mittee to study the Patman-Robin son chain store bill. Mrs. Clarence Fraim of Wilmington, DeJ., chairman of the group's welfare department, said the bil was designed to aid small independent merchants by requiring wholesale dealers to give them the same discounts allowed large chain store operators. She .said it would result in higher prices to food retailers who in turn would charge consumers more, in- Cold Storage plus GAS Sterilization "Bonded" McssenKcr «HJ mil at jour home. Factory Fur Service WOMEN OUTOF EVERT 100 Amazed With Startling Change in Condition With New Plant Iodine Method! W von arc weak. nervous, rundown, tire pi.cklj. and are rasilj vpxt. 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TOCINE than JS5 Ihs. of spinach M 1.387 lto.« Stan tailing Seedol Keloamalt todav. Jf you do "Of IJJfcWf (.In to strength ana m£gy. if 5TM dj not add Us. of firm, solid, "star-there" flesh, feel ' ' f i f?"" M " 1 "" Iess ""TO" a»d Irri- o tnal js free. Tour own doctor will approve SEEDOL Manufacturer's Note:-- Inferior products Imitating lh» nitnlti. Seedol Kelpamalt are biing offend M JUbltlttlttt. Don't be fooled. Demand genuine Seedol KclpamaltTablets. Beault. juarantetd or money bacfc creasing food costs to the consumers by $750,000,000 annually. Cedar Rapids Woman Completes Extended Visit With Parents CEDAR RAPIDS, (/D--Duty kept Mrs. Michael Saba separated from her husband 24 years, but they are reunited here now. Mr. and Mrs. Saba were married in Sioux City in 1900. Eight years later they went to Syria to visit relatives. Saba returned to Hie United States in 1912, but Mrs Saba remained to care for her husband's aged mother and rear her own family. The World war prevented their reunion once. In 1921 the eldest son joined his father in the United States. Another son came to Uiis country last year. Two daughters and another son meantime were married in Syria. Mr. Sana's mother died, and her family cares ended, she rejoined her husband. SOUPKUP-HKUSKA RIDGEWAY--Miss Grace Hruska ind Arnold Soukup, both of Ridgeway, were married at the Holy Trinity church of Protivin Monday y the Rev. V. Hradecky. Miss Rose iruska of Cresco, ^a cousin of the ride, was bridesmaid, and Herman ^oukup was best man. After the ceremony a reception as held at the home of the bride's arents for about 70 guests. In the vening a wedding dance and hower was held at the Inwood pa- ilion at Spillville. The bride is the only child of YTr. and jjrs. Mike Hruska of Ridgeway. The bridegroom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Soukup, also of Ridgeway. They will make their future home on the farm owned by his father located atout two miles southwest of here. Academy Class Play to Be Presented in Algona Will Judge Iowa Music Festival FIVE ALGONA--The senior class'play, "The Royal Masqueraders," given by students of the St. Cecelia's academy will be presented Sunday evening, May 3. A preliminary musical program will be given by the school orchestra before the pJsy. Members of the c;ist include Gordon Kollasch, Evelyr. Dole, Wilma Kapp, Stanley Patterson, Loren Courtney, Marguerite Ostwinkle, John Daughan, Margaret Bliley, Bernard Weaver, Hazel Walker, Dorothy McEnroe, Dolores Elbert, Elanora Klein, Watches and Diamonds For the Graduate Select early-- use our lay-away plan. Convenient terms for those who desire a budget plan WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE DEACON · CAIN PIERCE ANHALT Upon the decisions of 15 expert judges will depend the rating of musicians in the 70 contests of the Iowa high school music festival at the University of Iowa Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Judges shon-n above are: Oscar Anderson, Lane Technical high school of Chicago; Hugo Anhalt, State Teachers college or Milwaukee; Harold Bachman, director of University of Chicago bands; Noble Cain, National Broadcasting company musical director, Chicago; Philip Clapp, University of lotva. Stanley Deacon, Kansas City Conservatory of Music; N. DeKubertis, Kansas City Orchestral Training school; Raymond Dvorak, director of University of Wisconsin bands; George Krieger, West high school of Minneapolis; George Pierce, Grinnell college; Gerald Prescott, director of University of Minnesota, bands; John Kosborough, conductor of Lincoln, Nebr., cathedral choir; Cornelius van Vliet, New York concert 'cellist, and Ralph Wright, Indianapolis public schools. Harold Baltz of Cornell college is not pictured. James Butler and Ellen Mary Jen nett. Leo Frankl and the other: named compose all of the senioi graduates. The Junior-senior banquet will be given in two- weeks The school will close May 29 and the following Sunday evening the commencement exercises will be leld in the church. Mrs. Van Home Rites Conducted at Hampton HAMPTON -- Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday af- .ernoon for Mrs. Frank Van Home, 27, who died suddenly at her home early Sunday morning after a week's illness with flu and pneumonia. The Rev. H. Lee Jacobs, pastor of the Congregational church was in charge. Hazel Claire Fisher was born in Franklin county in 190S. She lived in this county all her life. In 1935 she was married to Frank Van Home of Hampton, who survives her. Also surviving are a son by a former marriage, Matthew Merle Spry, her mother, Mrs. Mary Fisher and a sister, Mrs. Don Windelow, all of Hampton, and a sister, Alice Fisher of Iowa Falls. Adds to Holdings. ELDORA, (.¥)--Owner of 1,60 acres of land in Hardin, Gruudy an Story counties, Kenneth C. Beach of Lewistown, Idaho, has added th 240-acre Moser farm in Grund county to his holdings. Landscape Your Home This Spring. Let Us Help You! KEMBLFS GREENHOUSE MASON CITY, IOWA PHONE 55 FUR COAT ENEMY NO. 1 Don't be terrorized by him, when you can protect your furs by installing them in our modern cold storage vaults. We coll quickly Storage Vault at Marshall Swifts. Protect your FURS in our new, modern, cold storage vault. Phone 788 PROPOSES CUTS IN LOCAL TAXES Mitchell Says Heavy Burden on lowans Not Due to State Levies. OTTUMWA, (JP) -- Richard F Mitchell of Fort Dodge, candidate for the democratic nomination for governor, proposed here Tuesdaj limitation of the exepnditures of local taxing bodies as the most effective method of reducing Iowa's tax burden. Speaking to a group of WapeJlo county democratic leaders, the Iow a supreme court justice declared that 'tie overwhelming tax load lowans are carrying is not a burden impos- -1 by state taxes. "State taxes, though they call for reduction, are relatively light," Hitchell said. "The great burden of axation comes from other taxing bodies, whose spending I favor limiting. "We had such limitation in the Beatty-Bennett bill, and it was extremely effective. I regret that this law was not re-enacted and if I am elected governor I will do all in my power to ptitain the passage of sue a statute." Mitchell said he considered relief expenditures "justified and neces sary." "It is one of the duties of govern ment to provide for people, wh through no fault of their own, ar unable to obtain employment. TW is not charity. It is the duty and re sponsibility of government." Carrie Hawe Dies in Des Moines; Funeral Service Held in Dows DOWS--Miss Carrie Belle Hawe 34, died Saturday evening at the bwa Methodist hospital in Des tfoines. She was ill with pneumonia almost a week. She was born on a : arm near Dows Oct. 24, 1901. The ast three months she had been nursing in the Veterans' hospital at Ft. Des Moines. She leaves her mother, Mrs. Carrie Hawe, Dows; ne brother, Will Hawe, Aredale; even sisters, Mrs. Hans Christenen and Mrs. Bert Bertilson, Dows; drs. Henry Laub, Denison; Mrs. tenry Glade, Alden and the Misses lart, Myrtle and Evelyn Hawe, "'asadena, Cal. The funeral was held Tuesday af- ernoon at the Presbyterian church he Rev. R. A. Brough, in charge. ' V. D. Irvine, 90, Dies at Sioux City SIOUX CITY. (£)--W. D. Irvine. 90, retired banker and pioneer, died Tuesday morning. He was prominent in Masonry, having been a Mason 70 years and served as past grand high priest and past grand treasurer of the Royal Arch Masons of Iowa. He celebrated hig 90th birthday last November. Retiring Carrier Honored. NEW HAMPTON--Members of the Chickasaw County Mail Car- rie'rs association gave a party in the K. of P. hall here Tuesday evening in honor of J. L. Gustafson, rural carrier who retires Thursday after 20 years of service. He will be succeeded by Frank Winn of Alia Vista Mrs. Carleton Beh Dies at Des Moines DES MOINES, UP)--Seriously ill for nearly two weeks, Mrs. Carleton D. Beh, wife of the Des Moines bond- investment broker, died in a hospital here of septic poisoning. Her husband and four children survive. The dictionary is very interesting It changes the subject pretty often, but you can say that about a bridge party.--Davenport Times. Clawson, 78, Dies as Result of Fall; Rites Are Held in Hampton HAMPTON--Funeral services for Harry M. Clawson. 78. were belt Monday at the Millett funeral home with the Rev. C. S. Kleckner, pastor of the Church of Christ, in charge and burial was at Hampton. Mr Clawson died Friday at Marshalltown, the result of shock from a fal near his home there in which he fractured his pelvic bone. For 35 years he was employed railway telegraph operator for the Burlington, Rock Island and M. and St. L. railroads, working in Illinois Kansas and Iowa. He retired five years ago when his health failed The family lived at Hampton several years and moved to Marshalltown two years ago. He was a member of the Masonic lodge. Surviving arc his wife, two daugb tc-rs, Mrs. Leo L. Bartlctt, Marshall- lown. and Mrs. Arthur Salisbury, Pocahontas: three sons, Leo of Fort Dodge, Robert of Omaha. Ncbr., and Raymond of Duluth. Minn., and seven grandchildren. Union Mutual Life Defense Rests Case DES MOINES. (.-?--The defense rested its case in the receivership Hearing 1 of the Union Mutual Life company of Iowa, opening the way for closing arguments as the hearing entered its fourth week. 3 hil Ward Speaking in Church at Forest City FOREST CITY--Phil Ward converted ganster of Detroit and Toedo, who has been ministering at he Calvary Baptist church since April 21, and who will serve until tfay 10, has been speaking to large rowds. He has been pleasantly rc- eived by all. Luverne Man Sentenced. ALGONA--Clarence T. Tiede, Lu- eme, waived preliminary hearings efore Mayor C. F, Specht Tuesday n charges of drunkenness and was Jiven a five day jail sentence. LIBRARIANS TO MEET IN NASHUA Mrs. Cerney, Mason City, Will Give Address on Program Thursday. NASHUA--The Northeast District Iowa Library association district meeting will be held here Thursday with Miss Mildred Pike, state president of Sioux City, presiding, Miss Grace Neff of Cedar Falls acting as chairman and Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney of Mason City jiving: the address, "Slav and Balkan Folk Tales." The morning" program is as follows: Roll call with snow or cold weather stories; legislation, discussion by Mildred Pike; relation of public and school libraries, Ncvc M. Tabor. Independence, and business. Luncheon will be served by the Ladies' Friendly society of the Congregational church at the church- On the afternoon program are fluet duet, Mary Ellen Scoles and Betty Lou Stevensen; book reviews, Mrs. Frances Kensell Byers, Charles City; Abbie J. Converse. I Cresco; Florence A. Grove, Waverly; State Teachers' college, Cedar Falls, and business. Miss Mirian Williams is local librarian. Twin Daughters Born. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bohl ar e parents of twin girls born at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton Saturday. Mr. Bohl is employed at the Brodale cafe. F R E E Hair Cuts -- Marcels Every Morning Supervised Advanced Senior Work Finger Wave, dry 20c Shampoo and Finger Wave S5o Hair Cut 20o Hair Bleach soc Alanicuro .35c Permanents $i up Scalp Treatment 50o Facial* 50c-$l Hair Dye $1.50 Inccto or Clalrol LA' JAMES COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE ' 13-16 First St. N. W. Phone 974 TOBACCO SPECIAL Velvet Tobacco, per can . . lOc Bull Durham, per bag . . . 4c Dukes Mixture, per bag . . 4c Black Sea Cigarette Papers, per book 5 K We Pay 19c a doz. in trade for good Eggs. Pay Cash Save 10% to 30% Morris Food Store 321 Sixth St. S. W. Would you rather pay for painting your home in a lump t sum ; : : or a few dollars a month, without disturbing | | your savings account? See us for details about Pith- *J burgh's simple, easy Time-Payment Plan : : : "Paint j$ Today, Months to Pay." No red tape, no down payment, 1 as much as 18 months to pay, covers both paint and \ labor. Take advantage of this plan ; ; ; protect and beautify -your home out of income.- ^ HUGH DAVEY SONS Phone S74 15 Second St. S. W. Automobile and Window Glass . . . Plate Dresser Tops Why wasn't Columbus looking for America? fine flavors of India's spices/ Luring Columbus westward... westward... into the unknown. Looking for India by a new and shorter route ... never dreaming there was an America. Today, as in 1492, everybody .., everywhere ... is looking for a delicious flavor. You get it in Budweiser--an unusual, fine-beer flavor - - . distinctive ... highlighted with the snap of costly Saazer hops and skillful brewing. Look for it in no other beer, because only Budweiser tastes like Budweiser. Order a carton for your home- NO D E P O S I T R E Q U I R E D - B e prepared to entertain your guests. Keep that slender figure! Bud- weiscr is friendly to the woman on a sensible diet. When you are hungry, Budweiser nourishes you -- but it is not fattening. Mildly stimulating ... never dissipating. Contains all of the four mineral salts absolutely essential to a well- balanced diet. famous? Yes indeed! Look at Page 349 of Webster's New International Dictionary. But, your palate will tell you -- better than a dictionary--why America prefers Budweiser.

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