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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 16, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB if IP 11 MEMBERSHIP OF HOUSE MAY BE ON NEW SYSTEM Iowa Would Low 2 Seats Thru Apportionment Measure WASHINGTON Fob For the third time In the past seven years a move has been launched In the house to reapportion its member ship among the several states on the basis of their increased population since the 1920 census Faced by a number of bllla proposing methods for the reapportionment the house census committee is now en gaged in hearings on the subject and Is expected to report out a measure that will reallocate the membership on the basis of the estimated 1930 census Claim Unfair Basts Altho It is stipulated In the constitu tion that the reapportionment shal take place with each decennial census all efforts f6r Its consummation un der the 1S20 census were deadlocked one group representatives opposing any increase of the house faembershlp others refused to accept the loss of any states representations The of the reapportion Jnent claim that the Increased popula tion between 1910 and 1930 tc discrepancies In the representa tion of a number of states as author Ized Under the constitution Under the bill now under considera tion drawn by the committee chair man Representative Fetm of Con nectlcut the 1930 census reapportion mont would make the following changes In house membership LOSSES GAINS Alabama 1 Indlanan 2 Iowa 2 Kansas 1 Kentucky 2 Louisiana 1 Maine 1 Massachusetts 1 Mississippi 2 Missouri 4 Nebraska 1 New York Z North Dakota 1 Pennsylvania 1 Tennessee 1 Vermont 1 Virginia 1 Drake Men and CoEds Differ on Sum Needed to Begin Married Life DBS MOINES Feb There needs to he some compromising between men and women students at Drake university If matrimonial de sires are to be fulfilled satisfactorily Discrepancy of a month exists between what a typical sorority girl and a typcial fraternity man at the university believes is the ap propriate income before assuming the obligations of married life The members of the soroity set 250 a month aa the average income which they thot their prospective hubby should have One was lenient and fixed it at and six others fixed it at under The fraternity men set as the standard on which to starthousekeeping One made 10C his minimum The figures were arrived at by a local newspaper which submitted eight questions to the members of each group Arizona 1 California 8 Connecticut 1 Florida 1 Michigan 4 Montana 1 New Jersey 2 New Mexico 1 North Carolina 1 Ohio S Oklahoma I Texas 2 Washington 1 German Ships Doctors Become Sea Specialists Ships doctors o the Hamburg American Line who un til haw aa on all German liners only transitorily attached to ths ser vice will in futurebe permanently ap pointed The object of this Innovation Is to train a physicians an competent specialists for the ocean Funeral Services Held for Mrs F Kennison Funeral services for Mrs Frances Kennlson who died at a local hos pital last Friday were held at the Methodist church Tuesday at 2 oclock p m Dr J F Boeye was in charge of the service and burial was made irt Elmwood Julia Frances Wilson was born at Hockford Oct 18 1866 At the age of 1 years she moved with her par ents to their new Home across the street from the Mason City water works on Merrll avenue now Elm Drive where she lived during her childhood Duringher young woman hood she taught in Cerro Gordo and Worth counties and also In the Mason City schools On Jan 29 1888 she was mar ried to Edward A Kennison The early years of her married life were spent In Worth county near North wood On July 7 190E Mr Kennison died During tha past 30 years Mrs Kenni son waa engaged in practical nursing Following a serious Illness of only a few days at the home ot her daugh ter Mrs Hobert Ayers Mrs Kennl son was moved to a local hospital where she died Left to mourn her death are three hlldren Gall and Herbert of this ty and Lyle of Chicago three sls rs Mrs Etta Sheldon of this city Trs Cora BUBS of Veblen a Irs Dora Seeley of wo brothers Wllmol O Wilson of ookout and Clalr C Wilson f Eosholt S Dak aDs6hce will be granted 16 enabto each doctor to per feet his studies arid training on shore This arrangement is expected to re doUnd to the benefit of the physician shippingcompany as well as tha passengers assuring the latter of find ingr more competent medical advisors on board than heretofore Conoomltantly with this alteration surgical and hospital equipment of ieach vessel Is to be enlarged and brpt to the most uptodate standard Mr mid Mrs Ben Honnel ot Ausllu are visiting1 here and Were at the OW1 Club party Wed Besday evening Miss Lydla Margaret Rarrette re turned Wednesday from Waterloo Why Get Up Nights Try 48 Hour Test If you get up nights suffer from wadder weakness backache burn Jng or Itching sensation and leg o groin pains you may be conscious o lowered health pep and vitality 1 this la tho case why not make tb Cystcx 4g hour test step Into any drug store an ask for Cystex Put It to a 48 hou test If ybu soon fell like new full o pep able to sleep soundly with pain alleviated it will cost you only 60 otherwise nothing Dont give up Dont wait Feel better tomorow Learn the Joy of healthful living Np need to risk a penny on unproved things be cause you are the sole 5udge of your satisfaction under the Cystex legal binding money back guarantee A fellow was In Belling magazines Saturday who looked old enough to be out ot Courier BAPTIST BANQUET ON FRIDAY NIGHT To Dedicate Church Base ment With Address by Twin City Minister More than 500 tickets are out for the dedication banquet to be held Friday evening complimenting those who havo aided In the completion of the newly completed social rooms of the First Baptist church Tickets were issued to members of the church and to those friends of the church who had contributed to the expense In the amount of or more Dr H W Vin cent pastor of Calvary Baptlat church of Minne apolis has been obtained as the speaker of ths eve ning Dr Vincent formerly of Toledo Ohio Is said to be much In demand In Minnesota aa a banquet speaker of rare ability He will speak on Eyes That Ths Her Jewel Kev Vificent L Fickett pastor of thecnurch has been chosen as toaatmaster for the occasion which marks another step df progress in the Jong life of the local Baptist church For years the social rooms of the church were inadequate until lost year when Under the leadership ot the Rev A C Wickenden then pastor plans were formulated and work be gun toward tho Improvements which have just been completed These Includea daylight dining room seating 400 persons capable of being divided for smaller occasions a thoroly modern kitchen with complete serving facilities a new heating plant and three new class rooms A new entrance on State streetgives easy access to these newly completed Elean V Harper has had general su pervision of the work giving all of his time eratli The completed rooms cost almost The following program will be given Friday evening Greetings the Rev A C Wicken den Hymn to the Rimsky Karaskow and Renard Mrs Harlan MaoMlllan Im Chopin Mrs Esther Senior Stlnehart A Brown Bird and Desert Henry J Stein berg church history Remley J Glass Kashmiri Feiden and Make Bond Mrs George Agnew Smith Lost Chord and Sweet and Dr Raymond Kunz Vf Earl Ball Beuben Nyquist and Earl Dean address Dr H W Vincent London Musician Knows Scores by Heart LONDON Prof TVIllibaia Richter is said to havo the best musical memory In England He has memorized classical com positions When 8 years old Profes sor Rlohtar gave his first piano re cital Uszt the famous composer then patted him on the head and him hla pupil Prof wsor Rlchter came to England in 1881 and music master at Upplnsham School until 1887 He Is the father of Miss Lilian Bushworth the singer The professor says that no great composer will arise iri the present gen eration There is too much he said to much hurryscurry A genius must develop hla gifts in quiet and solitude Beethoven was lucky be cause he became deaf His best work was fldne while he was Mitchell County Men Announce Candidacies OS AGE Feb more office seekers made their formal announce ment Wednesday O L Oflden whi has been county treasurer seeks nom ination for reelection and Wamstsad will run again as state rep resentative from Mitchell county Brief hlstftry of war its origin and consequences Daft draft clar Raping Gazette Under New Management We have purchased the IOWA LUNCH and will continue t6 run it giving the best of service to the old and new customers IOWA LUNCH Sam Yankovich and Tom Dragovich Props Oldest Alumnus of University College of Medicine Is Dead LOS ANGELES Feb Samuel Mathers Barnes 81 retired physlcln of Illinois and promi nent mason of Peorla la dead hero He was the oldest alumnus of the merl ical college of the University of Iowa He was graduated in 1872 Dr Barns also attended Bush Medical school Chicago Dr Barnes was bornIn Whiteaida county Illinois He a mason for years a Knight Templar and a mem ber of Mohammed Temple A A N M S of Peorla Three daughters survive The Masons will have charge ot the funeral to be held at Qlendale Friday Bathing in Berlin Is s Now AllSeason Sport BERLIN winter weather is no longer an excuse for the poorer children ot Kusselshelm In Heaaia to stop bathing The citys public schools have included in their regular cur riculum for the pupils of the higher grades weekly shower baths to be taken on the school premises under the supervision ot the class teacher Every platitude was an epigram the first time it was Rapids Gazette DilCT ATOR Better than fnilea speed for A record for stock cars below A Big OneProfit Seek New List of Beauties of World LONDON experts are once more trying to solve the problem as to who are the worlds most beautiful women Onegives the following threeas topping the lists for all time Queen Nefertiti the Egyptian Mona Lisa and Mrs Davenport as portrayed by Another expert is of the opinion that the three most beautiful women of Lmodern times are Viscountess Cur zon Lady Nunburnholme and Lady Erownlow It IB worthy of that Lady Brownlow formerly Misa Kitty Kin loch is a member of tho Davenport family also that Mrs Richard Nor ton another Londons beautiful women belongs to the Davenport line Uncle Sams smaller paper money is to come Into use In December anil it will save him a million dollaru a year The rest of us may entertain the hope that the JSttle dollar bill will buy as much as its big ton Transcript Where Else in the Whole Worlfl Win One Thin Quarter Go as Far A Jfull Evening of Entertainment Thats what yon get every Sat urday night at the American Legions Oldtime Dance In the ARMORY Wisconsin Visitors at latimer LATIMBR Feb Mr and Mrs Otto Jphansen Prairie Farm spent a few days In the J C Chris ten sen home here Mrs Chris tensen and son Bernhart took them Thornton Thursday for a visit their daughter Mr and Mrs A 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