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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa Clear Lake GjobefGazette Kjkthrj n McG o wsn Edi tor Office Phone No 239 Lee DeWiggins Manager Residence Phone No 87 600 REGISTER ATPMCAMP Grand Decoration of Chiv alry Conferred on Three Militants CLEAR LAKE July 23A sum mary of the Patriarchs Militant camp just closed at the state grounds across the lake points out that the attendance at the twenty sixth annual department councit meeting was up to usual there be ing 600 persons registered Among the highlights of the weeks meet ing was the conferring of the grand decoration of chivalry on several candidates and the election of the auxiliary department officers Tho chivalry degree service Is a merii torlous degree recommended an votedby the department counei E E Lambert De Moihes conferred the degrees o William Kock Dike S L Macha Carl C Olson of Ceda Rapids Voted by Lodge Mrs Violet Bluffs Mrs Mary J Olson Cedar Rapids Mrs Rosa Henniger Sigournej Mrs Edna Cox Clinton and Mrs Ethel Malone of Harlan received th decoration of chivalry The honor i first voted by the lodge of whis they are a member and then ad vised by the department The annual wedding anniversarj banquet given by Major and Lad F F Hall of Iowa Falls was at tended by 25 militant friends Nove nut cups representing the crown o the Patriarchs Militant degree am pretty garden flowers added at tractiveness to the tables Presented Gift Misses Marguerite Crawford Ce dar Falls Cecil and Cletys Spoor of Iowa Falls Berdine Bromley Dike andMargaret Paitee Cedar ialls served the banquet On behalf of those present the Rev L Kight presented the host and hostess with a gift Both resnonded At the election of department auxiliary officers Mrs Rose Viall M was elected President Mrs Millie Dueschle Sioux Citv vice president Mrs Carrie LaDasre v seoretary and Mrs Nell lie Miller Cedar Rapids treasurer Installation services were conducted by Past Deputy President Mrs Atf Sleight of Cedar Rapids Mrs S Davenport Observes Birthday birthday party honoring Mrs Sallv Davenport 85 years old was given by her granddaughter Mrs Ben Slemmons at her lakeshore hoVie Monday afternoon Mrs Emma Baker who was also observing hor birthday and her mother Grandma Brewster years old were guests Mrs C F Howland and daughter Betty of Spirit Lake and Des Moines and Mrs Sue Howland pf Rolfe were out of town guests CLEAR LAKE MAN GETS POSITION Accounting Professor Will Have Charge of Special Work for Medics CLEAR LAKE July committee on the cost of medical care with headquarters In Wash ington has procured for a period of three years the services of C Rufus Rorem Ph D associate pro fessor of accounting University of Chicago son of O J Rorem of Clear Lake and graduate of the Mason City high school Dr Hay Lyman Wilbur Is chair man of the committee which com prises over forty nationally known practicing physicians and surgeons public health officials educators economists social workers and bus iness men Chicago members of the committee include the following Dr Herman N Bundesen coronor of the city of Chicago Dr M L Harris president of the American Tedical association Michael JAMES 0 DAVIS FUNERAL HERE Milwaukee Man Dies While Visiting at Sons Home Burial at Sanborri CLEAR LAKE al servicesfor J C Davis Mil waukee Wis who died at the hpine of his son Walter V Davis sbutn shore Saturday were held at the home Monday afternoon with the Rev W B Milne conducting the rites The body was taken to San bora for burial James Davis was born June20 1867 at Stanford Cinn He wasmarried to Ida May Lauvell July 4 1889 who with three sons and two daughters survive him J Burns Mason City Mrs H G Ramsay Milwaukee Harold Davis Sanborn Joseph E DaVis Milwaukee and Walter Davis of Clear Lake are left to mourn his death RobertWilliams funeral director was in charge of the services Haitian Native Attacks Brother of Lake Woman rc work is carried on by a permanent staff consisting of specialists In the ield of medicine sociology eco nomics and public health Professor Rorem is a certified public account mt and the author of a college text book on accounting theory practice During the past six Months frofessor Rorem has devoted part of his time to a study of capital nvestment in hospitals and clinics mder the auspices of the commit ee In his future work he will taka charge of studies of the costs of medical service and of cost account CLEAR LAKE July Monk who is employed by the gov ernment finance department at Port Medical association Michael M j au beenattacked Davis Ph D director for medical by a Haitian native according to a services Julius Rosemvald fund cablegram received here by his sis Dr pita West secretary American ter Mrs L B Stephenson The Medical association Amelia Sears message contained no particular of assistant general superintendent the United Charities of Chicaeo Dr Rollin T Woodyatt Dr Harry H Moore is general director of the committees studies The committee is engaged in a five year program of study of the economic aspects of the care and prevention of illness The research Moore Car Strikes Oil Station Pillar CLEAR LAKE July dodging around to avert a collision with an oncoming car in order to prevent striking children who were standing near the curb R S Moore drivinga Chevroletsedan struck the northeast pillar of the North Fourth street Standard oil station company Monday evening and moved it from its base about a foot The radiator and front end ot the car were badly damaged Mr Moore is a plasterer PLAN ICE CREAM SOCIAL CLEAR LAKE Julyv CerrorGordo Rural W C T U will sponsor an ice cream social Tuesday evening at the home of tne president Mrs F M Lee who re sides north of Clear Lake A pro gram will be given Women of the unit have been asked to furnish cake Dies in Auto Crash SPENCER July 23 DarlingtonViO of Royal was killed early today when his automobile went into a ditch It is thot that he fell asleep while driving His widow and two children survive Charity consisted insaying noth ing at the office of the Fathers day Star KONJOLA ENDS STOMACH MISERY AMD NEURITIS rcuaro o the attack and did not disclose the condition of thevictim CLEAR LAKE LOCALS The Trial of Mary Dugan Park Theater tonight All talking Mrs Jennie Koeneman Kakc H visiting Alice Koeneman and hur daughter Miss Nancy Koeneman at theWallerInn cottage North Sec ond street Uptown tonight Tairzaa lOo and 15c Miles Dunsmore Strawberry Point returnedto his home Tuesr day morning after a brief visit at the home of Mr and Mrs H M Dunsmore Jefferson street Harold Edgar 609 Reed street left I uuu uj llyTnvirln f IWT ngani financing methods in for Seattle Wash when pitals and other medical instttul procured a position He has inns been managing a hamburger hut at Mason City Triumph Happy Lady Lauds Medicine Konjola the new medicine num bers among its numberless friends many professional people business men housewives and nurses and to these practical people this modern compound appeals instantly because of amazing powers to succeed Jons Professor Rorem LB committee on the cost of as stenographer with the 3 at the annual meeting of the GiDDSCook Tractor and r usiness managers of group clinics comPany at Mason City will be followed by a survey frnm n f Canadian and Pacific coast hos itals and clinics Mr and Mrs lorem with their two children will nove to Washington D C shortly Bego Inhaler s thous ands You take no chances on cur moneyback guarantee 54 lor generous supply Druggists or BEGO COM Colorado Springs Colo after the first of the year Haydens Entertain 24 Guests at Picnic at Kings X Cottage CLEAR LAKE July couples were guests of Mr anii Mrs Ralph Hay den Monday even ing at a picnic supper and swim ming party at their summer home Kings X on the north shore Mr and Mrs Louis Blatspieler Manly Mr and Mrs Ray Hubbard CeUar Rapids and Mr and Mrs Rogers of Mason City were outof town guests Mr and Mrs Hay den and family plan to leave for their new home in California wlthn a few weeks UPSETS INSIST ON THEGENUINE Feenamint spray Kills Flies and Mosquitoes Cletus Chizek Assumes Position at Gatesburg CLEAR LAKE July Chizek who has been employed In a Kresge chain store at Chicago for more than a year has been pro moted to assistant manager of a store at Qalesburg HI and has al ready assumed his position Mr Chizek is a son of Mr and Mrs John North Sixth street and waa graduated from the Clear Lake high school and the Unlver slty of Iowa The GlobeGazette Offers Readers Book on Garden Insects Have you a garden Then you need the official garden guide on the control of disease and inseci enemies of the home vegetable garden which our Washington in formation hureau offers for dis tribution This booklet is written In sim ple language for quick action A few minutes a day spent in fol lowing the instructions given in this book will provide many dol lars worth of food Take the first step toward the protection garden today by sending for this booklet In close 4 cents in coin or stamps to cover return postage and handling j irrederlo J Haskln I The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau I Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of tho GARDEN INSECT BOOK LET Name State Miss Rosalie Glosclo has accepted j as stenographer with the GibbsCook Tractor and company at Mason City She was graduated from the Clear Lake high school and has completed a business course at the Hamilton University of Commerce Mason Cityr are changing to thisnnufoodcomplfte with VegetableEgg Flakesand CuttlcBone Laboratory tested Triple ait washed EacK particle a no twice os las per month thrilling song gor gecmsplumage And heres gravel tuith charcoal for digestion mineral tub stance and At any More TOP them now BIBS GEORGE WAUJEN DRlAYOGETS ENGLISH DEGREE Minnesota Surgeon Honored at Ceremony at Univer sity of Leeds LEEDS England July 23 Ki ln the presence of a distinguished gathering of medical men the Uni versity of Leeds today conferred the degree of Doctor of Science Honoris Causa upon Dr Charles Mayo of Rochester Minn The conferment tookplace at tha medical school where Prof J K Jamleson chief of the faculty of medicine presented Dr Mayo for tho honor Professor Jamiesoa said that hut for the fact that the brothers Wil liam and Charles Mayo had taken leave from duty together the honor would have been confered five years ago when a similar de gree was conferred upon Dr Wil liam Mayo by Deeds OPENlNlWS PREVENT SUICIDE Omaha Couple Had Turned on Gas but Fumes At tracted Neighbors July 23 and Mrs I A Miller ofOmaha owed their today to a detail which they overlooked in makinga suicide pact last night Determined to end his life follow ing a quarrel with his wife Miller opened four gas jets on tite kitchen stove Ill go with you saidMrs Miller They retired to a room and there locked in each others arms awaited death Goodbye said Miller and Mrs Miller echbedVthe farewell Miller however had forgotten ta closethe kitchen windows gas poured outThefumesattract ed neighbors who called police Their plan interrupted the Mill ersichangeeTtheir minds and settled their roubles amiably Skin Troubles trftm Ciitic ui Soap and Ointment so effectively soothe and heal pimples rashes and irritations Form the habit of using Cuticura Soap and Ointment every day and prevent skin troubles M Jfd 50c MddcD PHIIUPSS r MOTHERS now learn value of MAGNESIA babies and healthy and happy every mother should know about Phillips Mik of Magnesia This harmless almost tasteless preparation is most effective in re lieving those symptoms of babies and children generally caused by iouring food in the little digestive tract such as sourbelching fre quent vomiting feverishness colic As a mild laxative it nets gently ut certainly to open the iittle bowels in constipation colds chil drens diseases A teaspoonful of Phillips Milk of Jagnesia does the work of half a cows milk for infant feeding and preventing hard curds Its many uses for mother and child are fully explained in the interesting book Useful Information It will be sent you FREE Write The Phillips Coo 117 Hudson St New York N Y In buying be sure to get genuine Phillips Milk of Magnesia Doctors have prescribed it for over 50 years Milk of Magnesia has been the V S Registered Trade Mark of The Chas H Phillips Chemical Co and its predecessor Chas H Phillips since 1875 ETTER LESS Pre Market of Odd Pieces This is the store for color for paints varnish lac quer and enamel to re finish furniture floors woodwork anything Easy with fastdrying Varnish Lacquer aoj Enameij The lacquer that dries in no The varnish that even hot water will not tough enamel for every use Call at the store for color cards Tfit Here for quality and htlfful itrricel Hugh Davey Son Fhonn 874 15 2nd S Glass for Every Automobiles Desks Dressers Windows and Doors WWII where all other treatments nnO medicine have failed No wonder the renown of Konjola widens day by day as the achievements of master medicine are talked abovt by those who owe ne wand glorious health to Konjola and Its 32 ingred ients 22 of which are the juices of roots and herbs How this super medicine works is being explained in Mason City by the Konjola Man who is at Huxtables Drug Store 116 South Federal avenue this city Here all who would know what Konjolahas meant to I what it means to all who may getthe facts You will not get i promises and claims and boasts bu will hear the marvelous story o this new medicine that is winnin victory after victory in the mos obstinate cases You will hear of ex periences anynumber of them like that of Mrs George Walden 131 M avenue east Cedar Rapids who made the following statement When I started to takeKonlola for Stomach trouble and neuritis was skeptical I had seen so mam medicines and treatments fail tha I had little faith left For years I had suffered from those diseases and daily they seemed to be grow ing worse After every meal a hard lump formed in the pit of my stomach and fermented gasses tha pressed against my heart until it palpitated wildly I was dreadfully worried about myself and could hardly sleep at night Then neuritis developed in my arms and shoul ders These pains were so intense that often I thot I would go mad I had little or no ambition my housework was a task and I was greatly discouraged over the situa tion I read so many apparently sin cere Indorsements of the new Kon jola that I decided to see myself what merit it had I found out in short order The first bottle con elncvd me that I had found a rea medicine and in three weeks my digestion waa restored my nerves were calm and collected and the neuritis pains became less severe until they vanished entirely I never saw a medicine worklike Konjola Just as I was told it would do It went right to the very seat and source of my health troubles I can understand now why Konjola has so many friends why everybody is talking about it Thus Konjola works directly on the ailing organs cleansing and stimulating them and ridding the body of accumulated poisons and impurities Koajola is not a mysteri ous medicine It has no secrets but is one that Nature herself might have compounded for Konjola works with Nature in restoring glorious lasting and abundant health The Konjola Man is at Huxtables Drug Store 116 South Federal ave nue Mason City where he is meet ing the public daily Introducing and explaining the merits of this master medicine Free samples griven SALE Only 2 Days Left Odd Pieces for Bed Room Living Room Dining Room Come Wednesday or Thursday you may find the very pieces you need to complete your home and more Listed below are just a few of the Many Bargains to be found at Chapmans Oak Stool 85 All Mohair Overstuffed Chair Walnut Finish Chest of Drawers Chifforette and Dressing Tabla to Match See Our East Window for the Greatest Values m Odd Pieces FREE Truck Delivery CHAPMANS 1921 First St S E Mason City Open An Account
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