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HELEN HENDRICKS ... News Editor Residence Phone 312 LEE -DE WIG GINS :·'. Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 07 OFFICE PHONE No. 239 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Mrs. Rogers Is Head of Altrimans Luncheon at Country Club Completes Year's Program for Club. ' : CLEAR LAKE, April 10. -- The Altrurian club closed its Thursday afternoon with a social year function and election of officers? A luncheon was served at the Clear Lake Country club after which the group adjourned to the home- of Mrs: ;Sam Kennedy, Jr., for bridge. Mrs. Fred Rogers was elected president, .Mrs. George Kmitsen, vice president; Mrs. Roy Peterson, secretary; and Mrs. M. L. Thayer, treasurer. Mrs. S. Kennedy received the, prize for high score in bridge. :' A centerpiece of roses and snapdragons formed the table decoration. The hostess served tea at, the close of the afternoon. The committee included Mrs. S. Kennedy, Jr.., Mrs. Lyle Stuhkard, Mrs. 'Anna Knutson, Mrs. Roy Peterson, Mrs. Max Olson, Mrs. R. B. and Mrs. B. B. Bailey. Kennedy Banquet Is Given for Royal Barbers CLEAR .LAKE, AprillO.;--Stan- ley Smith and J. R. Buttlemen honored members of the Royal Barbers indoor baseball team at a banquet Thursday 'evening- at the Grubb House, for winning the inter-league championship. . "~ Coach M. G. Martinson as guest of the hosts gave a short talk. Royal blue ribbons were draped around three ball bats placed as a centerpiece on the table. Stanley Smith acted as toastmaster. Participating in the dinner were C. W. Wallace, Ed Boyle, M. Jacobson/ Gordon Nelson, Roger Nelson, Paul -Nelson, Herbert Christensen, Vincent Minette, Max Paulson, Harold Shoop, Tom Hanna and Burnal Patterson. ' » - Masonic State Heads Will Attend Jubilee Five Clear Lake Men to Be Honored for 50 -Years Service. iCLEAR LAKE, April 10.--Personages of high rank in Masonrv will have prominent parts in the golden jubilee service which is planned for Monday evening at the Masonic lemple. Among them will be John;W. Gannaway, grand master, Grinhell, and the Rev. W. L Dibble, grand chaplain, Mason City ,, The affair which is being planned' by the Masonic lodges of Clear Lake wil honor five members of the organization who have given 50 years or more 'of service to-the lodge. · A banquet will be held at 6:30 o'clock Monday evening at the temple 'to "which masonio.members haye been invited. Invocation will be giv- en'by the Rev,. J. R. Tumbleson,·'" paator of the Methodist church-and the ;Rev. W. B. Milne will act as toastmaster." Fred Shaffer, Mason City, wilTplay during the dinner. · .Dr., C. E. Wright, . p a s t grand master, will give tl^ address', of welcome, while the main address of the ^evening will be given by the Rev. W. L. -Dibble, grand chaplain,* Mason City. He will talk on "Mas onry a n d idealism." - . . . . - · The 50 year certificates will b presented by John W. H. Hanna way, grand master, Gririnell. Musk by the Clover Leaf quartet. Mason City, will be interspersed thmou the program. The affair is being- arranged by C. E. Wells, H. B. Mason and John Smith. i APRIL 1W I 1931 REV. W. L. DIBBLE. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Mrs. Nellie Anderson Weds Sidney Wilson at Ceremony at Clear Lake Furn. apt. 415 5th. Ph. 133W. Very attractive new wash dresses at Oluf T. Hansen'a. Joe Potvers accompanied Harry Schulman, Mason City, to Estherville today where the student will enter the district music contest. Mr. Schulman is entered in the violin solo group.. Neckties--beautifully cleaned and reshaped--15c. Neal--The Cleaner. For Sale--Large out, side toilet building. 205 Orchard Ave. ' Zion 'Lutheran pi sonage, the Rev. H. O. Urness penbrming the single ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Olson of the Schermerhorn farms,; Mason City, ' attended the couple. Mrs. Olson and the bride are sisters. The couple left for a short wedding- trip to Minneapolis and Princeton, Minn., returning to their home at Mason City Monday. Mr. Anderson is a machinist. Lake Farm Bureau to Hold Program of Talks = CLEAR LAKE, April 10.--The Lake township Farm Bureau District No. 1 will meet Wednesday evening at the home of: Fred Heddens, the second, place east of the county home. A program of talks Interspersed with vocal and Instrumental selections and a one act play is being prepared by the committee in charge. Members will bring sandwiches, a covered dish and the dishes needed. , Return From Washington. CLARION--Mrs. H. H. Haven who has been in Seattle and Reseda, Wash., has returned home. Park Theater . · Clear LaUe FRIDAY -- Ronald Colman "Devil to Pay" SATURDAY Pioneer Epic of Courage Frank Marquard, painting, paperhanging, decorating. Phone 389J. Ladles' coats cleaned and pressed 51. Neal--The Cleaner. Mrs. Mollie Wellman returned to her cottage at Clear Lake, Wednesday from a winter's stay in Long Beach, Gal. · New shipment of hats, special for Saturday, at 52.95, $3.95 and $5,00. Peter Pan Shop. Special for Sat. only--All our ladies' Enna Jettick shoes $4.95. Enna Jettick in junior sizes $4.00. The Family Store, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Witke,'Minneapolis, Minn.,.plan to arrive about May 4 to make preparations to open the Wellmon bathhouse for the summer season". Free electric {lusher service for trans, and differential. Time to change now. DeBruyn Super Service. , Ladies' dresses at 57.95. After Easter special on crepes, prints, chiffons, ensembles, etc., for Sat. only $7.95. The Family Store, Inc. Just received a shipment of advance styles in summer hats and berets. Kocneman's Millinery and Beauty Shop. Miss Nettle Knop, Clara street, is leaving Friday night for Des Moines to spend the week-end with Miss Helen Hanson, who in a stenogra pher to Senator E. W. Clark',-Mason City. Small and large prints, everyone fast color, for street and house wear, all sizes, 99c. The Family Store, Inc. Moeller ' to Be Speaker. DECORAH, April 10.--All rural school directors will meet in the large room of the courthouse April 16. Prof. H. G. Moeller of Iowa State Teachers college will discuss school problems. SOLD BY LEADING GROCERS MOST EVERYWHERE! Ask For It By Name! Clear Lake Bakery CLEAR LAKE, IOWA. Clear Lake's Leading Wholesale and Retail Bakers PIONEER FARMER DIES AT LAKE F. C.Paul, 74,LJvedShorl Time in Riceville; Is Survived fay Wife. F. C. PAUL. CLEAR LAKE, April-10.--P. C. 'aul, farmer residing four miles lorthwest of Clear Lake, died Thursday afternoon at his home. He las been suffering from a complica- ion of diseases for two months. He returned to his home from a Masoii City hospital nine days ago. Born in Germany,. he came- - to America with his parents at the-age of one year. Had he lived until April .9 he would have been 75 years old. tfr. and Mrs. Paul celebrated tneir iftieth wedding anniversary a year ago. Mr.'Paul lived 40 years'on the same farm in Grant township and ieveral years near 'RiciivUIo. Funeral services will probably be held on Sunday afteruoon but the" place .has. not been letermined as yet. The body is at the.farm home north of Clear Lake../ Besides his wife, lie leaves four daughters/Miss Mabie Paul, Clear ~iake, Mrs. George Nissen, Iowa Tails, Mrs..Roy Hammond and Mrs. Earl Butz, Clear Lak3. Hear Lake Tenor Gets Second in Meet CLEAR LAKE, April -\f).--Stan- ley Wick entered the district music contest Thursday afternoon at Estherville in'the tenor solo. Judges gave him second among the seven entries In that section. He song "Little Mother O'Mine" and "Coin' Home." Miss Feme Heiny, music supervisor, accompanied him to Estherville. ' . · . Bridge Luncheon Is Given by Mrs. Metz CLEAR LAKE, April 10'.--Mrs. Sam Metz, Rogers hotel, entertained a group of 18 women -at luncheon at the Clear Lake Country club Thursday. The afternoon was spent in bridge, Miss Margaret Hanlon, Mason* City, winning the first prize. Mrs. O. Peterson received the sec- ond'and Mrs. T. L. Connors, Mason City, the consolation. The colors of lavender and green predominated in centerpieces of tulips," sweetpeas and jonquils. Small hats were given as favors. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. A. J. Feeney, Mrs. M. A. Harpster, Mrs. T. L. Connor, Miss. Margaret Hanlon, Mrs. Roger Kirk, Mrs. Joe Puth, Mrs. McGuire, Mason City; and Mrs. Harry Peterson, Sheldon. Other guests were Mrs. John Siesseger, Mrs. Oscar Peterson, Mrs. Efenry Clausen, Mrs. O. J. King, Mrs. Frank Siesseger, Mrs. W. H. rlosemond, Mrs. John Anderson. Mrs. L. A. Vance and Mrg. Carl Olson. But if the gasoline tax should build highways, why not a tax on shoes to build sidewalks?--Ke- wance Star-Courier. LOCAL STUDENTS WIN THREE FIRST PLACES IN MEET V i o l i n , Clarinet, Sop'ran Honors Are Captured by Mason Cityans. Mason City captured three fir: places up to Friday noon at the mi sic district'contest held at Esthe vllle. Those 'winning first wer Harry 'Pthulman, violinist; Hawar Ross, cV?inelist and Maxlne Bee: man, soprano. ' Several other places were als won by local musicians. .Jame Stlnehart was second In cello sol Milton Raizes placed fourth In flut solo. Rheou Woodward -was thir in alto solo. The Mason .City girl sextet and the boys small vocs groups of Mason City each ca] turned second places. Results Are 'Given. The results of Friday mornln contests were: ' : Violin sole--rMason City, ftrs Mallard, second; Renwick, thirc Mooreland, fourth; ,- Cello .solo-^Stanhppe, first; Ma son City, second; Renwick, thirc Spencer, fourth. , . ' . ; . Flute - solo--Esthervllle, · first Day ton, second; ; Pocahontas, third Mason .City, fourth. Clarinet solo--Mason City, first Manson, second; Humboldt, third Plover, fourth. , . · · ' ·· ' Thursday afternoon results' were. Soprano solo^-Mason City, first Renwick, second; Graettinger, third Manson, fourth; Lake Park, fifth. Clear Lake Second. Tenor solo--Spirit Lake, first Clear Lake, second; Armstrong third;-Randall, fourth. C . Altho solo--Lorenz, first; Arm strong, second; Mason City, third Somers, fourth. Baritone solo--Lake Park, first Northwood, second; Plover, third Somers, fourth. ''··· Results of contests Thursday night were: Girls' sextet--Belmond, first; Masou City, second; Graettlnger, third Plover, fourth. Boys' small vocal groups--Hampton, first; Mason City, second; Plover, third, Armstrong-, fourth: Mixed small vocal groups--Lake Mills, first. Lake Park, second. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR hlondaj---Masonic golden jubilee at the Masonic temple at 6:30 o'clock. Progress club meets at the home of Mrs. L. E. Ashland, North Fourth street. · Library Reading club meets at the home of Mrs. Eugene Grimm .South. Second street. . - , i :Pythian .1 Si aters ·· meet Vat: t£s :'·:' k. iP;n.aU/--' v :;-}X-. : v-^:' ··-.iff.'.Vv-.;- Triesday-i-Hi-Lo Bridge club '·" ineiki at the home of Mrs. Viola Youig, Mason City. Rebekahs meet in regular session with initiation. ° Wednesday _ Rebekah children's night at the I. O. O. F. hall. The weather bids fair to be fin for the first annual kite flying con test of. the North Iowa area counci Boy Scouts of America,'to be hel In the aviation field west of Maso City, Saturday afternoon. The con test will officially start at 1:3 when the contestants will be niun be red according , tor. their ' entr; blanks. : · : - · ' ' ' . T h e judging of'the kites as to size neatness and'other means of "judg Ing will begin at 2- o'clock.- No on will be allowed to" put. Ms kite Int the air until' he -has been instructe to do so by the official'starter.' ' - Sixteen, different prizes x are being offered in'this contest and each on well worth trying for. First prize fo the troop totaling the most "point- will be a pup tent given, by the scou headquarters. Second prize will b ah cuflclal Boy!Scout compass given by the Marshall-Swift company Third prize is a set of official slg naling flags given by the Ray E Prusia company. . Offers'Scout Ax. For the individual scout winning the most points, the Mason Citj hardware company is offering an official scout ax. To the scout winning second highest points will be glvei in official scout knife by Currie- Van Ness Hardware company. Third rize'will be a book by Yell and and lanes. - " ·· · .. . There will be nine different events n which Individual scouts'may compete, which are as follows: Largest rdinary kite, largest box kite, neat- st .ordinary kite,, neatest. box kite, nost unique ordinary kite, most unt- ue box kite, smallest ordinary kite, mallest box kite anxTmost string ut. The award .offered -to Scouts winning first in any of'these events Vill be a credit of $1 on camp regls- ratlon fee. . ·'. Each scout.wnp : enters a kits'will ave-the privilege of entering a ^mix- mum, of .three ordinary and three CLEAR LAKE CHURCHES ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN. H. O. Urhess, pastor. Confirmation class Saturday 9:30 Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 11:00. Sermon theme, "Whom Shall We Believe?" 1 John 4: 1-6. Music by the Vested Junior and Senior choirs. Junior Luther league Wednesday at 7:00. ' CONGREGATIONAL. W. B. Milne, pastor. Sunday school at' 10 o'clock. Church services at 11 o'clock, sub- 'ect, "Influence of Religion." Congo club at 6:30 o'clock. METHODIST. J. R. Tumbleson, pastor. T Sunday school "at;" 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, sub- iect, "The Church and .Moral Strength." Junior league at 2:?.0 o'clock. Epw.orth league at 6:30 o'clock, Evening services at 7-30 o'clock, subject, "Spiritual Reserves." CHURCH OF CHRIST. I: 0. O. F. Hall. ' M. A. Lowe, Pastor. Bible school at 10 o'clock, Frank ng, superintendent. · Preaching and observance of the Lord's Supper at 11 o'clock. GOSPEL TABERNACLE. Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor and the Rev. James Miller, pastors. , Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC. Father J. V. Bacct. Sunday services as follows: . Mass at 10 o'clock. Catechism and class of instruction for children and adults at 11 o'clock CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST North East street. Bible school at 10 o'clock. Morning services at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Are Sin, Disease and peath Real?" BETHLEHEM LUTHER 4N. S. M.' Stenby, pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Worship at 11 o'clock- Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Make $18 on- Baby Beeves. AMES, April 10.--Iowa 4-H club members made a profit above feed cost and purchase price of $18.89 a head on all calves feed In the 1930 baby beef project, according to the annual report just compiled in *he boys' club department of the extension service, Iowa State college. The extension service, the Iowa Beef Producers' association and various farm bureaus co-operate in conduct- Ing this project. Man Is Fined $100 at Court; Others Forfeit ; $ 15 liitpxJfcation Bond ·· .Wayne \Varner,; 10 Monroe ave niie northwest, was fined ? 100 an coats on a charge of disorderly con duct at police court Friday morning The sentence was suspended on goo behavior. Warner, was accused -o giving liquor to minors. L. J. Peterson, Hampton, and John M. Barber, Mas on City, each for felted a $15 bond for failure to ap pear at police court to answe charges of intoxication. SCOUttTOFLY KITES SATURDAY Judging of Winners to Star at 2 P. M. at Aviation Field. ning I v A scout winning: first place : In any Of the nine events .above named will e awarded .30 points; 20 points,for econd and ten points for third. »Vhen a scout wins first, second-or hlrd in any o£ these events, hii roop will be awarded 75 points 'for irst, 50 for second and 25 for third. Cach kite entered .will give the con- estant five points on his individual core and 10 points.on the troop core. The troop having the most couts and visitors present at the time of; the fudging will be award- el one hundred points; seventy-five or second and 50 for third. · All May Compete. Any acout who is a member of ny registered troop in the North owa area council will be eligible to ompcte in any'or all of the events. After the official judging and fly- ng has been done, those who desire 3 do so may take part in a big bat- le royal kite flying contest. flemme Man Injured in Tractor Accident .Ernest Helps., Klemme, received a roken leg when he was caught be- ween a- tractor and a plow Thursay afternoon. He was on the round guldir,- 'the tractor when le-accident occurred. -He was tak- n to Park hospital for treatment. ormer Osage Residents Observe Golden Wedding OSAGE, April 10.--Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lapham who celebrated their rolden wedding anniversary ,Wed- lesday at their home in north Des tlolnes were long time residents of )sage. Mr. Lapham taught in Cedar Valley seminary, served as county uperlntendent and as pastor of Mitchell Baptist church. Baby Dies at Sexton. SEXTON, April 10.--Caroline Jean, 5 months old daughter of Mr; uid Mrs. Carl Paety, died at their lome two miles north of Sexton. She had the flu. Will Build Nevada Church. CLARION, -April lO.-^vT. C.-Mayr, local contractor, has been award- d the contract to biiild- a brick hurch at Nevada. The contract rice Is.$45,000. . New Oats Variety TrleA LE CENTER, Minn., April .JO, OB --Many farmers In Le Siieur county .his spring are planting a new. vari- ty of oats. Minrus oats, a new ya- lety put out for the first tune this year by University FarnCi's being rled out In practically every section I the'county. The new seed ia re- Istant to stem rust, has a heavier traw and yields about the same as Anthony oats. Is Critically J1L SEXTON--Mrs. Nelson, 92, moth- T of Henry Nelson, is critically ill at h»r home north of Sexton. She has been falling for some time. WOMAN GETS $1,250 FOR PROMISE TO WED MADE 18 YEARS AGO WATERLOO, April 10. UP)--Ruth Weaver,. 38, Marshall, 111., will re ceive $1,250 from Estel B. Crumrin Waterloo, for breach of a marriag promise made 18 years ago.. A. cash payment of $500 and a pledge.to pay $750 more in 60 day today, has settled out of court th J25,000 suit of Miss Weaver agains Crumrin. The settlement "was, reached after the plaintiff had been put on the witness stand. Should Crumrin fail to make the $750 payment, judgment for $1,000 will be entered against him, Judg A. B, Lovejoy directed. Water Connections at * Lake Mills Are Ordered LAKE MILLS, April 110.--Thi city council gave notice to reslden owners along Mill and Main streets that all lots must be connected with the sewer and water mains to the curb line with' either lead or copper pipe. The work must be done before May 1 and is a precaution taken to eliminate tearing up of, the paving once it is-laid,.Where;the propert; owners have not complied with 'thi :order by the first of May, the city will do the-work, the cost of which will be 'charged against the prop erty ; as a special tax. Injured at Eagle Grove. EAGLE: GROVE, .April 10.--William KImmitt received injuries while drilling- a. well for Glenn Derscheid on the farm west of town. His coa' became caught, .In ' the gearing drawing, him into the machine anc before' it could be stopped, he received a bad cut .on the head and minor bruises, wiich are not thol to be dangerous. SLAWSON-EIEL. OSAGE, April 10.--Dr. John Elel Osage, son of Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Eiel, Buffalo Center, "and Marian Slawson, also of Osage, -were married at Cedar Rapids witti the Rev. Mr. Frye, former Osage pastor, officiating. Legal Notices NOTICE-OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR WITH WILL ANNEXED ITATE OF IOWA, 'Cerro Gordo County, ss. v No. 3850 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat the undersigned was on Jan. 7,. 1930, duly-appointed and quali- ied.aa Administrator with Will annexed of the estate of John J. £ayne, deceased, late of Cerro Gprdp .County., All persona indebted o.Baid-estate'are requested to make mmediite payment; arid-those-having .claims - against the . same will resent them duly authenticated to he undersigned for allowance, and He'to the office of the Clerlt of the, District Court. ARTHUR P. MAYNE. Frank W. Chambers, Attorney. Dated March 25, 1931.' . H. MacPeak, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR ITATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. ' No. 4083 NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN iat the undersigned has been duly ppointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Thomas J. ah, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said state are requested to make im-v mediate payment; and those having [alms against the same will present aera duly authenticated to the un- ersigned for allowance, and file in he office of the Clerk of the DIs- ric.fr Court EDMUND KELSH. McCoy and Beecher, Waterloo, owa, Attorneys. Dated March 25. 1931. . H. MacPeak,,Clerk District Court. NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT n the District Court of the State of Iowa, In and-for Cerro Gordo County. ' In .the Matter of the Assignment of D. L.' Dillon for Benefit of Creditors. To All Creditors of D. L. Dillon and To Whom It May .Concern: You and each of you are hereby notified that' on the 6th day of March, 1931, under the provisions if Chapter 550 of the 1927 Code of owa and acts amendatory there- o, D. L. Dillon, residing In Mason City, Iowa, and operating- Dill's Clothes Shop at Manly, Iowa, made and executed to August Johnson, as assignee, a 'general assignment of all of his property, not exempt from execution, for the benefit of all of the creditors of the said D. L.- Dillon and for the purpose of liquidating ill assets belonging to said D. L. Jillpn and applying the proceeds therefrom' to the payment of all ilalms under the orders of the Dis- rjct Court of Cerro Gordo County, owa, and In the manner provided iy law. You are further notified to file, With the Clerk of the District Court n .and for Cerro Gordo County, owa, on or before three months rom .the date of this notice, any claim you may have against the aid D. L. Dillon, said claim to be clearly, and distinctly stated and sworn to by the claimant or by some person acquainted with the facts, and unless such claims are filed in he time and manner herein specl- ied, they will be held to be barred rom participating in any dividends eceived from said assets. Dated this 20th day of March, 1931. AUGUST JOHNSON, Assignee. W. A. Westfall, Attorney 'for Assignee. GASOLINE DOWN ANOTHER GENT Standard Oil Offers New Product 2 Cents Under Motor Grade Price. Gasoline prices in the Mason City territory will be reduced 1 cent, ef. fective Saturday, it was announced Friday "by H. E, Hanson, manager of the local'division of the Standard Oil company of Indiana who confirmed a news dispatch from Chicago that a similar reduction was taking place 'thruout the middle western states. . Simultaneously with - the announcement of a reduction in the price of its present products, the company is inaugurating a new departure In its business and will offer a new competitive-priced gasoline 2 cents under the new low price on the regular motor grade. The new retail prices for the Mason City territory, including the gasoline tax, are: Competition grade, cents; regular motor gasoline; centSi and high compression, cents at service stations. The new low priced gasoline is ;being added at all outlets of the company as rapidly as possible. Mr. Hanson stated that he expected the product to be available here next week. E. A. Jass Injured While Cranking Car E. :A. Jass, route 1, received a broken arm while cranking his automobile Thursday afternoon. He was taken to Mercy hospital for treatment. Liquor Running Boat Sinks After Fired on by Coast Guardsmen .WOODS HOLE, Mass., April 10. W--The speedboat. Hither, sank last night after being chased - and' fired upon by coast guardsmen. Her crew of five and some alleged liquor were captured. Guardsmen expressed the opinion the Hither bad been scuttled by her crew, and estimated the Hither was carrying 800 cases of liquor. Guardsmen said they fired two rounds from a machine gun before ie Hither stopped and that it was then beginning to settle at the bow. They said the Hither was too large to have been sunk by the machine gunshots. Returns to Plymouth. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. D. C. Carmany, who submittea toa major operation at a hospital in Mason City, was able to return home. DON5END1E TORTURING PILES USERESINOL If only a few of those vfio'have used Reslnol Ointment could tell you of the immediate relief it given from itching, bleeding, pain- .fulpiles, yoa .would beconvmced now unnecessary it is for you to Buffer. So gentle and healing, it can be used safely on the most inflamed parts. Many women find Rcsinol invaluable for relief of local itching caused by acid or irritating secretions. 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