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April 7, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HERE AND THERE Is From Ames. BRITT--Marie Quiim 'of Ames spent the week-end with her par ents, Mr; and Mrs. Thomas Quinn in Britt. · v Are From Cedar Falls:-. GRAFTON--Mr. arid-Mrs. Robert Corning and children of Cedar Falls visited relatives here Sunday.. Returns fo Marshalltxnvn. BRTTT-^Helen Reinholdt returned to Marshalltown' Sunday to 'resume ter. school duties. Miss. Reinholdt spent a week's spring vacation with. her,parents, vMr. · and Mrs. R. J Reinholdt. ]-::^\'', ~ Guest From Indiana. · ROCK FALLS--Miss Addie Duff; Hammond, 'Irid., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Duff, on Easter. Returns to Minneapolis. ' SHEFFIELD--Miss D o r o t h j Clarke returned to Minneapolis Sunday after spending: the past two weeks at the H. A. Boelk home. Vlsits/With Son. ·'.;. CARPENTER--Mrs. M c C o y e, UnionViller Mo., is visiting her sou, James McCoy and,family. , Come-From Clinton; GRAFTONrr-Mr. and Mrs. Claud a Reeck of Clinton-spent their Easter vacation with his .parents here. Visits at Rock Falls. ROCK . i FALLS--Miss Beulah Cook, teacher ^ In; the junior high school of Jesup, spent Saturday and Sunday: visiting her cousins, Miss Dorothy Edgar and; Miss Madeline Edgar. . " : ; r. .. ,·.;'.. .,' ·' · ' Daughter Is Born. MARBLE ROCK--A/ 'daughter was bom Sunday'-night to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lamb. " Mrs. Lamb was formerly Miss 1 Gail Heft. ' . - Go to Sac City. . SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. U W. Watt and children spent Sunday with relatives in Sac City. Visits at Home. OTRANTO--Irene Jensen, nursi. in training-at Albert Lea, Minn, spent Easter vacation here. ' Are Parents of Son. HTJTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs..Charlie Sterner received word of the birth of a son to their son and his wife Lewis, in Jacksonville, JJI. Try This Simple Method . ; For Blackheads If ;you are troubled with these unsightly blemishes, get two ounces of Calonito powder from any drug store. Sprinkle a little on a hot, wet cloth and rub over the blackheads. In a few minutes -every blackhead v big or little, will he dissolved away entirely. --· Returns to School. WODEN--Robert Kellogg, -wh attends:, the 'Iowa.' State universit at Iowa' City, spent-a few days vacation at the home of his par ents, Mr: and Mrs. A. W. Kellogg He returned Monday. ".' ; Visit at Clermont. X3SAGE--Donald Tuttle and .hi aiinf, Harriet Woodard, spent- th Easter week-end at Clermont atf-th home of the former's sister, Mrs Selmer Sampson. · ' · ' . ·; Go to Des Moines.' HANLONTOWN--Seyrtour f am Reuben- Hall went to Des Moirie Saturday for a!visit and to bring Mrs. Seymour Hall home follow!nj a two weeks' visit-with a sister am family.' .Conies'From Mlles.- BRITT--H. J. Dickinson of Mile spent the week-end- in Britt at th H. H. Mullin home. Mrs. Dickinsoi has been visiting with her parent and will remain for another week. . Leave for Washington. , WESLEY--Mr. and · Mrs. Elan Johnson have left for their home a Washington, following a visit of i week with their daughter, Mrs Theron Hanson. Visited in Hartley. ·- . BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Bald and family returned" home from Hartley Sunday after having vlsitet since Friday with relatives ' ah friends. . , "·: · - . ... , . · · ':·· Guests In Kiester. · 'ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Ra Edgar, Miss Lillian 1 : Schnartz -fan her nephew, Johnny Schnartz, spen Easter-Sunday at" the A;.J. Peterson home in Ki ester, Minn. . , Visits at Sheffield. SHEFFIELD"-- Dr. and Mr*. James Humphrey, Des Moines. spen Sunday with^her parents, Mr. an Mrs. R. R. Atkinson." Visits at Carlson! · ' · ' . ; CARPENTER--Miss Marie Richie seventh and eighth grade teacher spent her.- Easter vacation at th home .of her parents at Carbon. : Again In Britt. BRTTT---Miss Margaret Waldren returned to Britt after spending th week-end with her parents at Ruth ven. _ · · . . - ' Visits at Britt. BRTTT--Mrs.. Jennie Hammill o Des Moines visited over Easter with her parents, Mr. :and Mrs. Andrev, Aagason. . . Arrive Froin Chicago. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. John Mulder, Chicago, arrived ' here fo'i an extended visit with her mother Mrs. Bertha Eckhardt. HOME FROM DRAKE OSAGE--John Penney spent hi; GAS r e l i e v e d W HAT most people call indigestion is usually excess acid in the stomach. Food has;soured/ The instant remedy^is 'an·· alkali 'which neutralizes acids, i. But don't use ,crude helps. Use what your, doctor would advise. '· - · . . - : . - . The best help Is Phillips' ; Milk' of Magnesia. For the Sl^years since its invention, it has remained standard with physicians.-.You will find nothing- else so quick in its effect, so harmless, so 'efficient.' ^ One tasteless spoonful In water neutralizes many times its volume In acid. .The results are immediate with, no harmful-after-effects. . ' Once-you learn thia perfect way you'll never deal in any other manner with, the headaches, gas, bloating,' nausea, "dizziness, indigestion, biliousness, etc., due' to an over- acid stomach 'fuid bowels. Be sure to get genuine Phillips'. It is always a liquid; never made in tablet form. Look for the name Phillips on the bottle. All drug- stores--25o and 50c. CUNNINGHAM AT JUNIOR CHAMBER Tells of lam for Natioria Convention in June at : Des Moines. Owen Cunningham', Des Moine attorney, addressed the.Mason Cilj Junior Chamber of Commerce a the Eadmar hotel Monday evening on- plans for; the national co'nven tion, -of the chamber to be held In Des Moines during June. " M r . Cunningham,' who is chair man of the state expansion com mittee; also told of the progres; made during-the past year m thi organization of new chambers in the state and gave the'aim of the state group to be an organization to every town of 10,000 population or more and eventually one in every county seat. . ' He complimented the Mason City group on its activity in making night football possible for the high school,'saying ·'that that one activity had done more to advertise junior chamber possibilities than any other in the state the past year.' Howard Ross, accompanied by Margaret Cooper, played a clarinet solo, and Glade Sperry, -accompanied by Arlene Powell, played a baritone solo. Both boys are Mason City high school entrants-in the preliminaries for the state music contest. Easter week-end vacation. from his studies at Drake university at home in Osage. : . IS FROM MINNEAPOLIS ' OSAGE--Herta Markusen cam- from Minneapolis for the week-en and was,a guest in the home uf the Rev. Frank Miller. She played in the psage high school;alumni gam against Mitchell Friday night. HOME FOR VACATION HANLONTOWN -^-.Miss Gladys Hall spent her Easter vacation will her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hall. Miss Hall is employed at the Oakdale sanitarium, Oakdale. UNCLE'S RITES HELD WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman drove to Gilbert Tuesday morning to be present at the funeral services of their uncle, Peter Wirth, 75, who oied at his home Saturday morning following a heart attack. '· ' ' HOME FOR VACATIONS LATIMER -- Fern Dohrmann, _,ena Madsen and Kennth Loge, students at Iowa State- Teachers' college at-Cedar Falls, spent the Easter vacation recess at their · -Improves From Operation. OTRANTO--Miss Anne Bruns op- rated on for appendicitis at the 'ark hospital, Mason City, is iin- roving. Visit at Winthrop. CARPENTER--Miss Laura Craword,-local high school teacher, ac- ompajiled hy a sister who teaches t, Mitchell were Easter visitors at their.home m Winthrop." ' ,Cpme From Blue Earth. rLATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Fischer f.,BIue Earth, Minn., accompanied heirfdaughter, Florence Fischer to jatimer Sunday evening where the atter resumed her school work. MOVE TO CLEAR LAKE HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. lalvor Larson are moving to Clear ..ake where they have purchased a lome. The Larson family have been 'esidents of here for many years. RETURN TO MARSHALLTOWN CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs.. Ted Jrown returned to their home at Harshalltown Sunday after a few ays visit with Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bootjer. STUDENTS ARE HOME SWEA CITY--Among the stu- ents for the Easter vacation were: ail Weaver, Waldorf college; Madeline Eckholm, Grinnell; Gale 'esler, Minnesota state; Richard APRIL 7 1931 NEW SCENES CHARACTERIZE PASSION PLAY · * r ·^ * _jaik s " l i '~T*~^ - v * ^ " *- " A ' x ' x - ,\ ** * «^^D_ * % s * * " The ascension scene D. D. Darraft, author" _of Passion Play -Jesus as portrayed by -- ·Frederick Hitch ', Wfcen they (cafe this offer ends NOW 00 Cleaning authorities from The Hoover Company are in town, visiting the homes of the community. It's th^ir job to tell you of neVshort-cuta" for keeping homes clean. They know all about the method* that have been developed in the big Hoover laboratories. No matter whether you use a Hoover or not, -we want th^em to Be of service to you. Won'tyou please co-operate by telephoning us when it will be convenient for you to see one of them at your home? ,To do so will not obligate you in anyway. . Free Hoover Inspection The factory representatives will inspect your Hoover cleaner--free of charge. Should it need repairs or replacement of parts, they will give you expert workmanship at a moderate charge. Telephone for your appointment--now. PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY 1 D O W N --balance monthly- gets you a New Hoover and dusting tools or Dustelte P. G. £r E. For Better Appliances tCrumm, Coe college; Raymond M Crary, Iowa university. - VISITS AT HUTCHINS HTJTCHINS--Miss Mary Mulli of Pocahontas has been spendin several days' Easter vacation wit ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fran ilullin. homes here. RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL LATIMER--Jens W. Cbrjstensen .rrived home Saturday from a sol liers' hospital In Illinois where h las heen the past several weeks fo medical aid. His health 'is stil oorly. . Conies From Chicago. A R E D A L E--Mr. and Mrs Charles" Boldock drove to Dubuqu tfonday to meet Mrs. Boldbck' rother, C. W. Casper of. Chicago vho will spend a few weeks with is sister. His parents, the Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Casper of Hampton, are t the Boldock home. First ShUd Is Born. FERTILE--A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Silas Edwards at tht ome of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Jem- ting Monday. Mrs. Edwards was ormerly Alma Jenkins. Tuls is their first child. Comes From Waterloo. FLOYD--Joe A. Halbach of Wa erloo spent Easter Sunday with his arents at Floyd. Return to Marshalltown. GOODBLL--Mrs. Rose Hough on and sans, Reginald and Chohr. eturned to Marshalltown aftei visiting her daughters, Vida. Conlan and Daphne Houghton. Move to Osceolal CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs Leon Powers and family have moved to Osceola where Mr. Powers will work for the Watkina Pro ducts company. Returns From Rochester, BRITT--Lorraine Botsford, who has been a patient in 'the hosnita in Rochester, Minn., ~for' severa weeks, returned to Britt. Miss Bots- Tord is still confined to her bed but is improving slowly. Guests at Thompson. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson and family and sister Mrs. Lillian Mallinger of kinne- apohs, motored here Sunday to spend Easter with their- parents Mr. and Mrs. A. B.-Larson. Students Are Home. DOUGHERTY--Neil Boyle was home for Easter vacation from St Thomas college, St. Paul, and Joseph Murphy from Columbia college, Dubuque. , Returns to Ovvatonna. FLOYD--Herbert Knowlton who spent the week-end at home returned to Owatonna Monday to resume his studies at Pillsbury academy. . ·"_, Come From Moline. ' GOODELL--Mrs. Dorothy Genea and daughter from Moline, HI., are here visiting her foster-parents Mr. and Mrs. w. N. Allaben. Return to Crystal Lake. QRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs i ·., Ser S" ent and daughters, Shirley Mae and Beverley,: returned home from Seymore Saturday. Return From Sioux City - BA /CRCmT-Mrs. G. D. Hart and daughter, Antoinette, returned from Sioux City Monday. Mrs J H Lynch and daughter, Joan loan' who have been visiting- here accompanied them to their home. Daughter Is Born. FLOYD--Mr. · and Mrs. Chris Thomas are the parents of a girl born Friday. She waa named Ruth. Is Guest at Rudd. RtTOD--John . Hobbs of North Dakota, was a visitor Saturday at the W. H. Kennedy home. Visit at West I/iberty. CRYSTL LAKE--Miss Mildred Lane and Juhl Madson spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Miss Lane's parents, Ed Lane at West Liberty, Visits at Fenton. ' BRITT--Miss-Viola Light visited over Sunday, with her parents at Fenton. Arrive From Louisiana. AREDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stabbe and chilren of Baton Rouge, La., arrived at the John Tlndall home Saturday. Mr. Stabbe has been teaching in Louisiana the past tw years. They will visit relatives her and at Ames. Return to Minneapolis. ' THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. S. D Bennane of Minneapolis motorea here Sunday- to spend Easter with their father, Hans Olson and othe relatives. Mrs. Ella Vickerman ac companied them on their return to Minneapolis where she will visi friends. ' Return From South. EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs Fred Weeks returned Sunday morning from a. trip in the south, the great part of which time was spen! in St. Petersburg-, Fla., where they visited relatives. Visits at Floyd. FLOYD--Irma Hoppe of Waterloo visiting at the parental Emil Hoppe-home. , .' t Gbea to Chicago. GOODELL, -- Francis McNuIty went to Chicago'to attend the.fu- neral of his uncle, Mike Norton. HEADACHES Needless pains like Tieadaches are immediately relieved by Bayer Aspirin as millions of people know. And no matter how suddenly a headache may come, one can. at all times be prepared. Carry the pocket tin of Bayer Aspirin with you. Keep the larger size at 'home. Read the proven directions for pain, headaches, neuralgia, etc. Fakers Must Fail In Their Absurd Appeals To the Fat Falters have flourished in their appeals to the ovfi-fat. Not many remain. Somo of their meihods were harmful, some absurd. All havepenshed quickly in the test. One reason is that medical science has found a great cause of excess fat. It lies in a lacking gland secretion which must be supplied. Doctors the world over now supply it, and excess fat in late years has been going fast. A world-famous medical laboratory embodies this factor in Marmola prescription tablets. Not to oppose doctors, but to supply their best help in a very economical way. Thus Marmola opens this npht way to millions who might otherwise go wrong. Marmola has been used for 24 years-millions of boxes of-it. The use has grown and grown, while the frauds disappeared by the scores. Now in every circle you can see the results; Your own friends can recite them. Slender figures arc the vogue. Marmola, in i every box, gives the formula complete. It also tells you why the fat goes, why new vim appears. If you have been enticed by fates, by silly claims, go now and use wnat doctors use. Combat your fat in the right and saemific way. Gain normal figure, normal vim in Nature's way. Then tell your friends about it--they should know. Go now and order a 21 box from your druggist. Read the boot, watch the many good results. MARMOLA PRESCRIPTION TABLETS The Right W»y to Reduce Wesley Society is Organized. WESLEY, April 7.--A young people's society was organized in the Congregational church Sunday evening which will meet every two weeks. Twenty-two members were enrolled and the society received the name of, "Comrades of th OKLAHOMA CITY CHOOSES MAYOR "Rarih' Jack" Walton, Now Under Indictment for Fraud, Runs. OKLAHOMA CITY, April 7. UP)-Oklahoma City chooses between John Calloway . Walton.--"Harm" Jack"--and mild mannered C. J. Blinn for mayor today. Walton seeks return to the office he won 13 years ago. Since that time he has been governor, impeached and ousted, a defeated senatorial nominee and. now is under indictment for alleged mail fraud, the result of the collapse of the Universal Oil and Gas company, with which he was associated. Rarin' Jack closed a characteristic campaign of biting personalities against Blinn and more particularly against Blinn's leading supporters, which included the three capital daily newspapers. Both are anti-administration candidates, Mayor Walter Dean r»c- ning a poor third in the preliminary balloting, in which Walton held a slight lead'Vver Blinn. About 30,000 voters are expected to register their preference today a£ polls closely guarded as a result of charges of illegal registration. Walton has accused his enemies of insincerity. He has promised to' oust both police chief and city manager if elected. Erdix Swift to Talk at Dufnont; Quartet to Sing DUMONT, April 7.--Erdix Swift, Mason City, will apeak at the high school Friday evening. He will display 52,000 worth of different kinds of furs and give a lecture. The Cloverleaf quartet of Mason City will furnish music. Proceeds of the program will be divided between the Boy Scout fund and hand uniform fund. New Station Is Opened. EAGLE GROVE, April 7 The new oil station of the McCoy Oil company, at the corner of Commercial avenue and First street north was opened Saturday. The past including the site was between 58,000 and ?9,000. "Fresh from the Gardens At the lowest price possible for fine quality tea STARTING WEDNESDAY A GIGANTIC SALE of Models by Manufactures Who for Years Made Only DRESSES THAT RETAILED AT $15 EACH STARTLING VALUES! FROCKS For. Sunday Night! For Banquets! For Daytime! For Afternoon! For Shopping! For Business! COPIES Fashions so beautiful, so positively new for Spring! Ensembles, Jacket dresses, sleeveless Cape Effects;' embroidered, tailored or lace trimmed. Bright, Spring Colors HIGH SHADE GEORGETTES--PASTEL CHIFFONS --ALL-LACE DRESSES--PRINTED CHIFFONS- FLORAL CREPES--NAVY POLKA DOTS--NAVY GEORGETTES--BLACK CHIFFONS-SOLID CREPES--All So New! (Colors: -Pleated collars, lace inserts, boutonnieres, fancy jabots, detachable sleeves--fashions used excliT- sively in hiRh-priced'dresses! Striking print patterns! Shades include Pink, Coral, Green, Skipper Blue, Beige, Orchid, Gray, Rose, Aaua, Navy and Black. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL t I

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