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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa trwo Independent and Manhattan Concerns Are Amalgamated Announcement is made elsewhere In thli paper today that the complete of Manhattan Oil com pany with Independent Oil and Gas company ban been completed The first steps in this transaction were taken last summer The work of molding the two corporate structures into one has gone forward slnco then officials of the companies now re port that It la complete Stockholders of the Manhattan Oil company have become stockholders In the Independent Oil and Gas company ana the latter name will be used In alt branches of the business The name Is being changed on filling eta lions bulk stations trucks and other equipment The business will bo con ducted aa heretofore Tho personne of the marketing divisions remain un changed Tho policies ana contracts o Manhattan Oil company are now the policies and contracts of Independent Oil and Gas company ana it is said there will bo no change in the conduct of the business except iliat tho com pany name is changed The general offices of tho company are In Tulsa Okla in a 22 story build ing completed lost year Division sales otflces for this territory will be continued at Des lloines H E Worm houdt la tho division manager G C Seebergor continues as local bulk agent ana George Belberff as man ager of the service station Other di vision sales offices aro maintained at Kansas City Mo Omaha Nebr and Minneapolis Minn In addition to the Tulsa office Among your souvenirs Those New Tear erloo Evening Courier Rachel Hawthorne Joins Meredith Publications Jfason City friends of Rachel Haw thorne graduate of tho Mason City nigh school and daughter of J J Hawthorne Monroa place north have learned of her plans to transfer from her present position on the society desk of tho Des Molnes Register to a much better position on the editorial staff of Successful Farming and Bet ter Homes and ardens Meredith pub lications Her new duties will open Feb 1 and her first assignment will bo the pre paration of some service bulletins ona on city beautificatlon planning an other on womens clothing and a third on flowers Miss Hawthorne was trained In Jour nalism at the University of Iowa and worked on the GlobeGazette and the Estherville News before joining the Des Molnes manor MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN IS The beauty diet that made her ugly SHE was one girl was going to stay she watched her beauty diet But all the time she wasmissingsomething every diet should have In the dishes she to carefully se lected there was scarcely any rougKage Constipa tion gained foothold Soon her charm strength very youth thought to protect were paying the price Thousands of women and men are paying the price of soft fibreless meals Many are yet they de feat their own purposes because constipation continues to poison the system No other evil is more widespread It may start with aching heads and blemished cheeks It often ends with serious trouble and disease And motes the pity when it can be so easily prevented by means of a simple cereal ix quickly relieved Kelloggs ALLBRAN is guaranteed to bring sure relief safe prevention ALLBRAN is 100 etfecfiVe ALLBRAN is practically all roughage or bulk TKis bulk carries mois ture throughout the diges tive tract Gently distend ing the intestines sweeping out poisonous wastes Part bran products seldom con tain enough bulk to be pletely effective Doctors recommend ALLBRAN It is 100 bran It accomplishes results partbran products cannot hope to equal Kelloggs ALLBRAN is in finitely better than habit forming pills and laxatives A naturally healthful cereall To enjoy with milk or cream Delicious with fruits or honey added Use it in cooking too Recipes on package Mix it with hot cereals Sprinkle it into soups Just eat two tablespoonfuls on some form daily chronic cases with every meal Its regular use will protect yjoui family from the dangers of constipation Insist on genuine Kelloggs the original ALLBRAN Sold by all grocers Served at hotels restaurants cafeterias On diners Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek rvtj OMCTPWIQV AUBJUN Guarflnteed ALLBRAN foltf with this cto niff saaraniff Eat ft according to Jircc tiont If it not rttimvm constipation taftly at will rtfand thm price Bess youre the most Immacu late person I ever saw How do you manage it Ask Jim he swore hed cut down on cleaning bills so he itarted burninglCoppers Chi cago Coke The home is so much cleaner rugs and I mean really cleaner tell Bob about it for your own sake genuine Guaranteed We gntnntee gennlno Koppcrs Chicago Coke If trial order does cot con vince you that it Is layout advantage to heat your home with this fuel it 5 removed at our expense and your money refunded four Dealer to supply yon vrfth thi nv petiorfoel Demand thegen ui a jk forit by full name Ardalmid Ij tkautandt tf Chicago tatrt gtnutnt Kopptrt Chicago Coki is tmokt lot and joolttit lht cltan fullvalui ftul Bfficitnt and economical CHICAGO BYPRODUCT COKE COMPANY 3500 So Crawford Avc Chicago NORA SPRINGS HOST TO BOYS District 2 Scout Court of Honor Held Thursday Evening Nora Springs entertained the Boy Scout court of honor for district num ber two of the North Iowa council Thursday night In the Methodist church The Rev Mr Luce of Rockforfl who has been appointed as chairman of the district court of honor committee was unable to preside at this meeting be causa of illness In his absence the meeting wis conducted by Vf P But ler of Mason City Mr Butler was assisted by Henry Lucas scoutmaster toroop 22 Nora Springs J M Miller assistant scout master at Itockford Dr A F Broii son troop committeeman at Nora Springs Dr MacLeod scoutmaster at Greene E E Chenoweth troop coiu mltteeman at Nora Springs C Coyle troop committeeman at GreeneH E Schert troop committeeman atoreene and L Osam field scout executive Badges Presented Mrs E E Chenoweth and Miss T Johnson played a prelude aa the open Ing number of the music featuro of tho program After a few words of welcome E C Moody chairman tha Nora bprlngs community committee intro duced Mr Butler aa chairman of the evening Sir Butler gave a rlef ex planation of the district organization and also said a few words concerning tha purpose of tha court of honor and then launched immediately Into U Program of Presentations Dr Bron son presented six boys with thesecond class badges and two boys with tho first das badge Mr Chenoweth presented ten scouts with fourteen second class merit badges Mr Coyle presented 21 scouts with slxtseven First Class Mer it badges Mrs Schert presented six scouts with the star scout award for bavins served successfully as first class scouts for a period of three months and having earned at least five merit badges Everett Bums scout of troop 1 Greene was pre sented with a Civic Service Bar a bronze honor award for having given at least 75 hours of voluntary service in the Interest of his community this presentation was made by Mr Butler The roll which was called by Dr MacLeod showed that 73 scouts and leaders were present Nearly 200 Attend This together with parents and friends ot the scouts made a total of approximately 200 dn attendance Special musical numbers atthis court of honor were a delightful adui on to the program A double quarct of the Nora Springs Girl Scouts Save two charming numbers that were appreciated greatly by those in at tendance The Boy Scout glee club composed of members of Troop 22 Norji Springs also aang a number tor which an encore was demanded Inasmuch as the nineteenth anni versary of scouting Js at hand JU Osam field scout executive gave a short talk concerning the growth of scouting in this country He slated that on Feb 8 1929 the Boy Scouts ot America will celebrata tha nine teenth birthday of scouting In Ameri ca He also stated that It was a cus tom of the scouta in the organiza tion to set asldo a full week for a cele bration of this event and desienata each day ot the week as a special day devoted to the furthering of some particular scouting contact Ho also stated that promptly at S15 p m on Ieb 8 all of tha 800000 scouts In the United States will make the scout sigi and recommit themselves to the oath Henry Lucas scoutmaster of the troop at Nora Springs arranged fr and conducted tha opening and clos ing ceremonies In connection with this court of honor Tho scouts troop 22 acted as color bearers and bugler Tha next court of honor for district two will be held at Rockford in about six weeks Recruiting Officer Tells How Men Stay Young in Army Life According to John D Overbey local army recruiting officer there are thousands of men who today are eager to discover some means of re taJnlng youthful vigor and its com panionato fresh outlook on life These men need look no further than the nearest U S army recruiting station He goes on to say there is some thing about military service which keeps Us men mentally alert physical ly fit and spiritually young well past tho averase mans span of usefulness despite the sometimes rigorous ife Witness the old timers in every organization of tho regular army to day These men may he possessed of paving hair and deeplygraven lines m their bronzed face but their car nntli S rm and their tastes are as fresh as when they enlisted 15 20 25 even 30 years ago These old timers havo mature Judgment and sober mien yet many of them will bo found taking an activo part jn the post athlctlilj many of them can show the way over tho top to younger companions on the drill Hold and practically all of them are as ready for garrison pranks as schoolboys The rejuvenation of men thru the beneficial effects of the healthy stand ard of the regular army life Is well known Not so much stress has been placed upon the buoyancy the happy spirit the gay camaraderie which per vades the olive drab ranks No normal person could long re tain a grouch In one of our army bar racks There Is always an indefinable something In the air something of the spirit of adolescence which as Captain Flagg remarks in What Price Glory gets Into a mans blood The American soldiers sense oE humor Is exceptionally keen and his ability to smile and to sing In the face of any hardship is proverbial The Old World remarked about this trait 10 years ago Indeed the army does other things besides fight It keeps Its personnel young for one thing he declared A letter addressed to the army re cruiting station Mason City will bring full Information concerning army life to those unable to apply In person Pupils from Miss Smiths School to Play in Minstrel Dancing pupils of Miss Mary Louise Smith will play an Important part in tho annual Blka minstrel charity show Monday and Tuesday nights at tho Cecil theater the entire person nel of chorus and aolo and group dances enrolled In her adhool During the past two weeks her pu Plls have been undergoing Intensive practice in preparation for the min strel and Miss Smith foals sha Is pre senting an outstanding cast of danc ers and Following are tho num bers of the cast In the numbers in which they will appear In tho minstrel Shepard Beth Carter Tryllls Duke Peggy Senneff Stacla Tokman Virginia Mulianey Lillian Kropman Dorothy Daniels Betty Ed wards Howarrtlne Mincoy Betty Shep ard Yvonne Stoddard and Tane Cobh Madaen Ruth Blisa Marlon Kelster Babe Rehberg Lou ise Lennan Katherlna Manusca Helen Richards ana Ramona Lclsvcld Change of Senatorial Districts to Be Acted on Soon Says Files Indications aro that tho legislature will do its first real work on the bill to rearrange lowan senatorial dis tricts according to a letter from C W Files new representative from Ccrro Gordo county Under the pro posal now up this county would bo given a senator unto Itself Tha work here In tho legislature thus Tar ha writes has been quite Interesting even tho it has been very largely Introductory work and getting acaualnted with the more than 200 members employes and the like1 Mr and Mrs Flics and their son a high school freshman are established I at 1210 East York street t A Persistent Backache Often Gives Warning of Disordered Kidneys PVERY dV find you lame jufferinz nagglns back ache headache ancf cJizzy spells AM kidney excretion too frequent tcanty or burning in paiMgef Theje are often of sluggish kidneys and shouldnt be neglected For normal kidney action to cleanse your blood of poisonous wastes Dams Pillr Users everywhere en dorse Doanf Ask your neighbor 50000 Users Endorse Dotnst Emll EilckKin 3M2 7th Aw La An mitts Doini Pllli o numiroiu occuloni At thai my fcid ck wtj mitts on i At thai my fcid icted too tad my bick wtj Urn ind Kr I didnt lit mptlf Pllli nbived mi it and I hjye bid no troubli to of liace DOANS A STIMULANT DIURETIC fl7 KIDNEYS fijslerMIlburn Co MfgCticmBuffaloNY What a Beautiful Job Theyve Made J of Your Tuxedo I The tuxedo suit is a real test of the drycleaners skill in pressing Our modern methods of re storing style and moulding back shape will win your approval Bo ready for the next party Have your tuxedo valeted now Phone 788 or 789 Marshall For that fcclinc Alliance Revivals to Close on Sunday Tho revival meetings that tho Hcv Mr Schultz Img been conducting in tho Allinnco tabernacle will close OT Sunday night The Rev Mr Schultz has been delivering a number of ser mons On Sunday atternoon he spolie on the spirit filled life to an almost full house Many have been prevented from coming on account of the weath er and roads On Tuesday night lib took as his text Deut The eter nal God is thy refuge and underneath aro tho everlasting arms On Wednesday I10 spoke on Lamen tations Is it nothing to you all ye that pass by The Rev Mr Schultz will ontv stay until Sunday night From hero he will go to Nebraska for another series meetings On Sunday fore noon ho will again speak In tho Ger man languaee and in tho afternoon and evening in the English language Firemen Remove Icicle Nearly 12 Feet Long Removing icicles is the latest task the Mason City fire department has beon called on to perform A call received Thursday from the Davis radiator reoalr shop lu South Dela ware avenue called a company to re move a Icicle more than twc and one hair feet in thickness and nearly 12 feet long Tho slippery ap pondage huns from tho roof of the two story building extending halt of the distance to the ground As it hung over an alley the proprle tors of tho shop were afraid it would 1111 down as someone was passliiK and flatten him Into nothingness Firemon scaled the wall with ladders and attached a rope to tho pendant and then nulled It crashing to the ground Before My Baby Came Lydia Pinkhams Vege table Compound puts new life into me and makes my vrork in the store and in the house easier I took several bottles before my baby came and am always singing its praises to my friends I recommend it for girls and women of all ages It makes me feel like life is worth living my nerves are better and I have gained pep and feel well and A R Smith 808 S Lansing Street St Johns 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vide vilamjna ami mineral sails thai help the general health of the body for oranges and grapefruit are one of the worlds richestknown sources of these vital food factors They combat often resulting from the usual heavy winter which is an internal enemy of the body lowering normal resistance and invit ing illness Start Citrus Protection Without Delay Doctors Warn Now with the inflncnza epidemic rag ing in city after city throughout this country leading doctors everywhere are urging adults and children to take the precautionary health measures list ed here to help fight the disease Everybody youug and old should have plentiful amounts of Florida Oranges and Grapefruit every day several times a day A glass of orange juice or half n grapefruit for breakfast is nowhere near enough Serve Florida Oranges or Grapefruit at every and in between times The newest way for grapefruit is as a right into the ened a bit if preferred But in whatever form remember that at this time Florida Oranges and Grapefruit are recommended urgently by modern doctors as one of the most important protective measures pos sible against the wflu and other kin dred illnesses This advertisement is sponsored by the Florida Citrus Growers Clearing House ABSH Winter Haven Florida DANIEL HHODGDONof New U York formerly President of ihe Hahncnumn Hospital in Chicago has successfully prevented colds among 1100 children whose dicta he now personally supervises He ays Too much stress cannot be Inid up on Ihc use of citrns antl fresh vegetables during any influenza epi demic Each person should cat gencr ons amounts of oranges and grjtpefrnil Hogelhcr with plenty of raw vegetables every day Should you feel a cold coining ou an extra measure of protection is to drink the heated juice of a grapefruit just before retiring in addition to the grapefruit and oranges yon take BCV cral times during the day There is no nurer way of breaking np a cold or influenza Avoid rich foods and over eating Get plenty of elccp keeping open Keep house tempera lure even throughout the day avoid ing overheating Slay ont of if possible If yon feel ill consult your pliysl n
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