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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB14 el v ti CHARLES CITY NEWS penefit Card Party Given by Bethsaida Shrine Tuesday Eve IARLES CITY Feb jgsoeial events held In the city day evening werethe benefit card in tha Masonic Temple given by hsalda Shrlno No 33 15 tables Einar arranged for cards Mesdames Valtor Allen and B F Holden won tpnors In bridge and T M LIvlngB nn and Dora Ames in 500 150 persons I ttendea the card party in the K C Vnll when 3S tables were arranged Irizes being won by Sirs M Doestarl jid Mr Schaefer 07 relatives and lelghbors tendered a miscellaneous liiower to Mr and Mrs Theodore loss In honor oC their recent mar Kage Cards formed tho diversion evening and a picnic lunch was Irved 200 attended the Modern Wood Han dance in their hall and also i lance in tho Legion rooms put on b ITesars Lovo and Weiss wns attendei a large crowd at the Knights o I ythlas party the largest crowd of the leason was present A minstrel show presented by some of the Knights anclng followed by a lunch concliid the evenings entertainment stored 17 below zero at 8 oclock It vas 15 below at 7 oclock and 11 be ow at noon rloyd Bankers Hold Annual Meetings and Reelect Officials CHARLES CITY Feb Floyd County Bankers association held their annual meetinsr Tuesday in the private dining room of the Hll dreth Hotel Luncheon was served at noon covers being laid for 30 All towns In the county were represented S C Kim of tha Commercial Na tional bank of Waterloo was present and talked on banking This was fol lowed by a round table discussion All officers were reeelcted as follows president H M Walleaer city vJce president Raymond Reis Marble Rock secretary Merten Klaus city treasurer H J Thompson Floyd Funeral Scheduled for Pioneer Northwood Woman NORTHWOOD Feb Funeral services were to be held hero this af ternoon at tho German Lutheran church for Miss Kate Nieman 05 who died at the homo ot relatives three mites east of town Monday following a short illness The Rev W F Lutz pastor of the local church was to conduct the serv ices Miss Nieman had been a resident igo when she moved to the Bert 3wald homo following the death of her niece Mrs Ewald where she re sided at the time of her death making Charles her Niem homo with a brother an until about five yean Prominent Women Are Studied at Rockford Club ROOKFORD Feb F H Mitchell entertained tho P E O so ciety Monday afternoon The program on Prominent Women was pres ented by Mrs Eva Cavanaugh Mrs Ella Lindsay and Mrs Dorothy Hough Weber Aberdeen S Dale a special guest Feud Started Over Mule Is Blamed for Death of Illinois Man RUSIIVILLE 111 Feb 14 feud started by a mule was blamed today tor tho deaths of Newton Sow era and Gllda Strmisbaugt farmers Several years ago Sowers mule strayed Into Strausbaughs pasture Sowers said his neighbor beat the an imal and threatened reprisal The irMidiro they hove pirh othor was Wf tnown to neighbors but was never onsldered serious Yesterday Strauabaugh went Into Sowers barn shot him deafl and then turned the gun on himself Wounds Prove Fatal to Lanesboro Butcher CARROLL Feb 14 Ven tnrl Lanesboro butcher Is dead from wounds received in a shooting scrape David Smith held In jail will be tnkcn before the grand lury DOIV in session Ken Mitchell Given Highest Award for Memorial Union Plan AJIE3 Feb F Mitchell Mnaon City senior student in land scape architecture has been awarded the J25 prize offered by President R M Hughes Cor the best landscape plan foitho Memorial Unlor Second iirize of was awarded to Mildred Went vortli Battle Creel Mich and third prizo or to Norman A Morris Sioux City Best features of the sev eral plans submitted will be used In formulating the final landscape plan Cor the new building Honorable mention was made of the plans submitted by tho following Phil lip Larson Cedar Rapids Saniord C Hill StoiT City Jerome C Miller Cedar Rapids uml John M Hall en tcrviUc What wed lilto to see Is a battle between Chicago and Now York gun men on uetml ntound to decide tho civic Yorli Her ih TT WAS 17 BELOW CITY Feb fty residents were treated to one of coldest mornings of tho season Iterday when according to the local ither station tha thermometer reg CHARLES CITY BRIEFS SELF KIDNEYS BY DRINKING MORE WATER fake Salts to Flush Kidneys and Help Neutralize Irri tating Acids kidney and bladder irritations often feult from acidity says a noted au Tho kidneys help filter this pitl from the blood and pass it on to to bladder where ft may remain to Hate ana Inflame causing a burn scalding sensation or setting up irritation at tho neck of the Mad obliging you to seek relief two or llce times lurine the night The Jfferer Is in constant dread the wa r passes sometimes with a scalding nsation and very profuse again bre Is difficulty in voiding it weakness most folks call I because they cant control urina While it Is extremely annoylns sometimes very painful this is sen one of the most simple ailments Bovercpnle Begin drinking lots ot water also Eet about four pes of JBd andtiute In a glass F water before breakfast Continue Is two or three days This wi Kip neutralize the acids in the sys ii KO they no longer are a source I Irritation to the bladder and urln organs which thon net normal in KTad Salts Is inexpensive and is liade from the acid of grapes ant mon juice combined with lithia ant fc used by thousands oC folks who ore lubject ii minary disorders causec acid irritation lad Salts cause bad effects whatever Here you have a pleasant eCfeivea lent litbinivater drink winch ma Iiuiokly relieve your bladder irrita lion CHARLES CITY Feb L Atwood ol Spencer suffered a dislo cated shoulder blade in an attempt to right his car which had slid Into the ditch between Rudd and Floyd A lo calphysician attended him A roof fire at the Smyrna Satterlee residence on Clinton street called out the fire department yesterday Quite a large hole was burned in the roof i Chemicals were used to extinguish the blaze In the Feb 8 issue of the Iowa Xe gionnatre Is a picture of A R Mel iose ot this city an insurance man and former principal of tho Charles City high school also an account of his record when serving with Com pany D one hundred seventh infantry For extraordinary heiolsm in action nenr Vemlhuile France on Sept S3 191S he left the protection ot the trenches and crawled out unaer heavy machine gun and sniper Ire rescuing a British officer who had alien in an exposed position FLASHES OF LIFE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ATLANTIC CITY N mos man Is inferior to the bug which Is eupeiior in mobility power concealment fecundity immediate ability to take care of Itself and other ways Dr L O Howard federal en tomologist so informed the New Jer sey Mosquito Extermination associa tion He added that man needed con Biderable use of his intelligence to pre sciVo the world for anthropoids Bugs consume the equivalent ot the produc tion oE 1000000 men annually NEW serious rival for Mabel Boll and Peggy Joyce as Queen of Diamonds Is in town Senorlta Es ther Roberts dropped In on tho way from Argentina to Mcrico wearing two rings ono with a IGcarat stone the otlier with a 15cavat n brooch with three enormous diamonds and four platinum bracelets heavily studded with diamonds letter written by Ben jamin Fianklin to a sister in relation to the construction of an addition to his homo has brot S57BO at auction Let a man talk aboiit himself aoil Im will think you are Clinton TIcrnliT OUT TOMORROW Columbias STARS OF THE WEEK Two Black Crows Two Black Crows in 1 and Com mdy and Mack 10inch 7Sc DANCE RECORDS 17O1D Lets Do Fall in Japanese Paul Whitcman and His Orchestra 10inch 75c 17O2D The Sun Is At My Win Kisses at Me Fox Trot Leo Reisman and His Orchestra The Song I Ben Sclvin and His Orchestra 10inch 75c VOCAL RECORDS 1698D IFawDownanGoBoom Down Where the LollyPops Grow and Dorothea Ponce 10inch 75c 1C99D Sweethearts on Parade 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