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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY G x MONDAY MARCH 11 1929 lampton Girl Receives High Honors at Ames HAMPTON March Lucy Ifhompson daughter of Mr and Mrs ill G Thompson of Hampton was DILI i of the 21 girls with the highest aver ages in the freshman class at Iowa State College at Ames during the last quarter Miss Thompson is a gradu ate of the Hampton high school and an active in 4H ctub work DOCTORS SHOW WAKE UP WITHOUT COLD any Here End Head Cold and Chest Cold in Few Hours at Home by Hospital Meihod The pleasure of quick relief a nights Bleep and waking up the morning without the misery and danger ot a head cold cough or chest cold This brieflyIs the substance of reports tiafi hundreds of Mason City Mrs W II Burnetts found quick relief through a pleasant and inexpensive homo method recommended by hospital hysicians Burnette for example was reated for a severe cold which startuI ln her noss passages and had spread llown towards her chest causing fear f pneumonia Doctors Immediately prescribed double doses ot Aycrs yhcny concentrated mix cf wild cherry und otheiIngredients which have re Jeved even the most extreme hospital Kelicf began with the first pleas ant swallow She felt its comforting healing her nasal pas sages deep down into her chest In a few hours the cold hail cleared up noticeably and that night she breathe 1 freely and didnt cough once In an other day or so doctors report all traces oE the cold were rone Note See other cases reported certified by attending phy sicians This hospital medicine penetrates and heals inflamed linings of the breathinpr passages Absorbed by the system it quickly reduces holps allay that feverish prinpy feel ing find arises out the rnld frnm the noso passages throat and ohopt Just a fow pleasant siioonsfuls of Cherry TVrtnral now and youll teo lilre a differcnt person tomorrow Al nil drugfxistH URICK SAYS IOWA EMPLOYMENT IS mm INCREASED Many Industries Delayed by Weather and Bad Road Conditions DES MOINES 11 dustry In Towa now faces the most favorable period In years A L Urluk state lahor commissioner said today in his employment survey for Feb ruary Reporting a general increase of 22 per cent In Industry employment for February over January Uricfc says Many of the industries are now being delayed by unseasonable weather and bad road conditions which mean longer callinff intervals and greater sales effort to maintain volume How ever from all Indications wo are Just entering a period that Is bringing to industry tho most favorabte oppor tunities for better and business generally than has been visioned In a ot years In Iowa Only two ot the seven larger cities of tbo state she ed tbo trend of em ployment for Fcbrxiary as less than for January Sioux City reported n 2 per cent decrease d Burlington a 14 per cent falling off Davenport re liorted the greatest Increase 142 per cent with Waterloos 65 per cent In crease the o y other city reporttns morp thnn 1 per cent The monthly survey also shows that the number of person employed dur ing January this year was greater than for any January in the last five years The total ot 40523 men and women occupied In 11 types of indus tries was nnre than 3000 greater than for January 1027 tha second highest total since During the second month of the new year a complete recovery la seen of the holiday activity Mr Uriel said Tho Ircronse reported for the month Is a result largely oC the nor mal stride attained hy the larger in iluslrlal groups assisted materially with the expansion projects In some of the larser manufacturing establish ments 350 Odd Fellows of Hampton Listen to Childrens Program HAMPTON March of th3 largest gatherings of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs ever held In in tho I O O F hall bore took place Friday evening when 350 members of the orders gath ered to hear aprogram presented by a group of children from the Odd Fel lows home at Mason city Dinner was served at 7 oclock Two File in Thornton School Board Election THORNTON1 March con solidated school district of Thornton Is holding an election today to select two directors to succeed Jesse Brogan an 1 John Gaspers whoso terms expire The names which have been filed with tlie secretary Paul James are Art Thada and John Caspers PIVBT POLICE GRAFT IS BLAMED FOR CRIME Judge Says 20 Per Cent of Chicagos Officers Are Dishonest CHICAGO March 11 doiigtgettinB policemen estimated as 20 per cent ot tho force were blamed by Juflgo Frank Comerford last night for tho presence of organ ized crime in the city Wo know that organized crime cannot exist without police conni vance1 he tola tho Sunday evenlns club of Downers Grove Probably SO per cent of the police department Is honest but the other 20 per cent is made up of the boys with an in A policy of millions for extermina tion but not one cent for tribute vtis urged by Judge Comerford He sug gested giving the police commissioner unlimited power and then accept no excuses Politicians who bargain with crime should be sent to the penitentiary he said anot the bar association should clean out its members who are guilty of fixing framing and other un ethical practices High Ranking Senior at Iowa University Will Get Prize IOWA C1TV March Uni versity of Iowa senior having thta highest promise oC achievement in graduate study will receive the annum prize of this spring according lo Dean Carl K Seashore of the grml uate college By terms of the will of the late Theodora F Sanxay longtime rosi icnt of Towa City the sum Is offered to candidates who are natives or dents of irt state Definite plans for graduate study must be presented The advanced worl may be taken at the of Towa or at uuy other approve1 institution Nominations will be made by the faculty of the graduate college before March IS Dorothy 15 Scott of Slbley Is the holder of the 192829 award Rockford 0 E S Has School of Instruction nOCTCFCmn March an nual school of Insfuctton for the members and officers of llio Eastern Star was Conducted hv Mrs Nornvi fjanlon Cbarlpg City FrWlv nftor noon and evening A oclock din ner was served to SO members and visitors by Mrs L IT Blddlck Mr and Mrs A W Lohr Mrs John Allen Mrs Klla Lindsay Mrs Fannie notch Kiss Mr and Mrs B P Aycrs Mr and Mrs R P Deunkelberg and Mrs Aung KVinnongrnlscM Telephone Company Organizes for Year LAKE March The board of directors of tCenter1 toivn ship telephone company met and or ganized for the coming year Satur day Tho officers who will servo are A O Brae ey president Leonard Thompson secretary nnd Tlico Ijelstad treasurer course times have changed Wouldnt it bo awful It thpv hnrtivV Variety is a great help in making life worth NensRepuhli ran for that welldressed feeling Get that Marshall Swift touch of smartness moulded into your spring coat by the best pressing experts in town Just ordinary drycleaning will not do Just ordinary pressing is not good enough for you Not when you can get Marshall Swift crafts manship for the same money The Marshall Swift pro cess actually refreshes and revives the fabric It gives the fabric the feel as well as the looks of newness Colors have snap and life Linings gleam and glint with freshness Fur trimmings are glazed and revived amazingly But it is in the chic air and tailorlike smartness that Marshall Swift crafts manship reveals itself es pecially Shape and lines are expert ly moulded in Edges are pressed thin kept true and straight The coat fits neck and shoul ders Yes Theres a difference Thats why over 10000 homes preferred Marshall Swift skill and service last year PLEASE HURRY This year more than ever you should send early to insure the best of service Easter is nine days earlier The inclement weather has de layed the Spring rush Avoid disappointment and delay by sending now SWIFT Inc CLEANERS and FURRIERS PHONE 788 or 789 CRAFTSMEN IN KEEPING THINGS NEW A Few Words About Marshall Swift Service This spring we can render you a complete head to foot wardrobe service as well as renovating your many household articles Read the List GARMENTS Cleaned and Pressed Repaired Altered Dyed HATS Cleaned Reblocked Retrimmed SHOES Repaired FURS Cleaned Repaired Remodeled Stored DRAPES Cleaned and Pressed RUGS Cleaned Resized Refringecl Overedged ENCLOSED CARS Cleaning of Rugs and Upholstery UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE Cleaned MothProofed HEMSTITCHING PLEATING BUTTON COVERING To OutofTown Folks For miles around our Irnrlts firo lit your vicinity uiro This At VON i Dour lieiiiff re liirricff promptly and In Korifl condition rSi GAY DAYS AND BRILLIANT 1 NIGHTS t New Modes and Skinners Crepes TTKnB comesspvlnsi and the mil for color and more color And hoi0 arc tho now SUInnerH OepcH in nil tlie lovely shades that Fashion favors For your sports frocks afternoon dresses and eve runfiowns tliiso incomparable fahrlcs are tlie very last word Sott rich draping perfectly In slender lines yet with tliat famed Skinner wearing ouility TRY OUR CUTTING AND PITTING SERVICE Skinners Crepes DAMONIGOU CO ITS NOT A HOME UNTIL ITS ILANTT7D A house wihiftut the softening beauty of trees shnibs vines and Bowers looks stark naked and uninviting NotiiUnmc Until Its Planted Plan now the planting you will do this spring Let Us Help Make Your Ground Beautiful Well gladly fld vise yon just what you need and varieties will give the best and quickest results xt ihe Sherman Nursery Co CHRALES CITY IOWA Occasional Blemishes Try it today You will sure to like its clean tonic odor also the way it clcfinscs nnd livens the skin At all For free ftRcnpla of each writeDrpl41Reimol Baltimore Md esinol Almost everyone has ugly pim ple or bit of rashl Apply n little Kesinol Ointmcjit and see how quickly the soreness ia relieved and tho blemish disappears To keep the skin soft nnd lovely nothing can excel the daily use of Ilcsinol Soap SERVICE MEASURED NOT BY GOLD BUT BY THE GOLDEN RULE evcry rtclor can use the Be PrOlld Symbol oC Service w li i c h is pictured above As a matter of fact 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