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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                JMfcjMji ta jie FOtTR jAinaais responsible for the evil that results from his acts Yeah Well thousands starved in Shan tung because ladies quit wearing Timed DEPEND ON ZEMO TO STOP ITCH Use soothing healing invisible Zemo for that itching torture caused by mosquito or insect bites sunburn prickly heat poison Ivy or summer rash This clean reliable family antiseptic promptly stopji itching1 and draws the heat and sting out of the skin ZEMO has been used for twenty years with re markable success for all forms of annoying itching skin irritations Have relief with one application 35b 60e and All dealers MASON CITY GLOBEGA7FTTE KC ANNOUNCES DISTRICT HEADS W D Kearney to Be Deputy of Mason City District DBS IODINES July J Wegman state deputy Knights of Columbus his announced the ap pointment of the followingdistrict deputies for the year terminating June 30 1930 Jaines P Ryan Dubutjue Belle Dubuque Manches ter and Farley first district Paul P Katnler Clinton Davenport Musdatlne DeWitt second district Prank C Norton Burlington ForL Madison Kcokuk West Point third district Rfehard P Mitchell Port Dodge Ames BooneWebster City Eagle Grove fourth district Wil liam Fogerty DeaMoines Perry Coif ax Newton Stuartfifth dis trict W p Kearney Alarshalltown Waterloo Oelwein GreeneMason City sixth district R P Larkiri Sioux City lieMarv Cherokee Storm Lake seventh district Wil liam Jefferson Templeton Denison Odebolt Fonda eighth district Clement A Boyle Iowa City Washington Harper Marengo Vtqtor ninth district R H Martin Ottumwa Centerviile Albia Melrose Chariton tenth dis trict Dr W H Redmond Cedar Rapids Anamosa Monticello Cas cade eleventh district JamesW Fayi Emmetsburg Al gona Estherville Mllford Sheldon Rock Rapids twelfth district T M Delaney Council Bluffs Missouri Valley Dunlap Earllng Neola thirteenth district William H Brady Creston Atlantic Corning Shenandoah fourteenth district Gregory A Figge Ossian Elkader Waukori Cresco New Hampton Charles City fifteenth district Hancock Bankers Form Vigilance Organization GOODELL July vigilance organization was perfected at the meeting of 23 Hancock county bankers at Goodell and will be func tioning within a short time The organization has been promised the full cooperation of all the banks as well as the board of supervis ors and sheriff of the county We often wonder how it would seem to have a president that the flexible provision of the tariff law would bend the other way too State Journal Wands huge buying power and extra low pricing make these values very much worth your while to see Every item is for your immediate use and the money saving prices suggest making your purchases now during this midweek event Vacation Luggage To Meet the Needs of the Efficient Traveller Wardrobe Hatbox Compact Smart 9 V 16inch Overnight Case Inexpensive Attractive 90 Covered with cobragrained fab rikoid Holds several dresses and all accessories 17inches square 9 inches deep TIE OXFORDS A companion for short trips Fancy lining with two gathered pockets Black co bra grained fabrikoid covering of Comfort and Stvfe Comfortable and smart Threeeyelet Ties in a fine quality black kid leather Builtin arches rubber lifts on heels Samemodel in design Seo Our v Complete Lino of Shoes Golden Crest FullFashioned Hosiery These Dainty Cool Tub Frocks are Smart and Practical Rayon Lingerie little girl at the left is wearing a dregs of handEmocked pongette with French panties to match Sizes 2 to6 A number of styles in prints and plain colors at this price Shimmering rayon gar ments of a lovely tailored simplicity Popular pastel shades Rayon Combinations Costume Slips Rayon Gowns Rayon Pajamas At the right is pictured a dainty printed batiste with a skirt that flares charmingly because of the band of colorful smocking Trimmed with crisp white organdie Sizes 2 to 8 Only one of an attractive group at thia special price End of theMonth Clearance of Straw Hats The height of the season and the height of value giving every style in every straw to choose from Milan Straws Of cool soft Milan braid the very peak in comfort and style Sennit Sailors OO at For business sportwear or dressy occasions ones hosiery wardrobe may be complete with service or sheer chiffon weight Golden Great hosiery Silk from top to toe choice of French or pointed heels Newest colors Here are Extra Savings on Cool and conservative with just the right touch of color froma smart silk band Stylish Neckwear Specially Priced at Cea Smarb silk patterns fa vored by style conscious men everywhere All wool wrinkle resisting linings Itll pay you to take several Replenishing the lineu cliest at economy prices will appeal to tue housewife who knows that quality Is always found in each purchase 81x90 Sheets Fullsized bleached good medium quality Hand torn hems 81 x 90 before hemming 81x99 Sheets Extra long same quality as regular full length size 81 x 90 before hemmnig Bleached Pillow Cases 33c Hemmed size 20H x 32 inches before hemming 42 x 36 inches Our very best quality Work Shirts 69 A work shirt value that even Wards can rarely offer Full cut from durable blue cham bray cool for summer suitable for year round wear Airline B Batteries 49 The beat roundcell battery made Patented filling process puts more life producingma terial into every cell and gives it much longer life 2430 SECOND STREET N E PHONE 57 MASON CITY IOWA CENTURYOLD CHIEF Associated Press Photo John R Voorhls grand old man of Tammany will cele bra to his ono Hundredth birlh day July 27 He reigns as Grnml Sachem of toe New York politi cal organization Lakota Man to Build Titonka Oil Station TITONKA July Koba of Lakota has staked out the location for a new oil station which he will build on lots bought fium George Onkeii and Seven The station will be located across the street from tli3 Mid Continent Pet roleum company station Standard Oil company products are to be han dled Thia is the third gas station for Titonka besides the pumps maintained by thr two garages RURAL SCHOOLS ARE ON INCREASE Rapid Growth in Number Is Defeating Original Intent DES MO1NES July 29 ff Standard rural schools which qual ify to receive state aid have in creased to such numbers that the original intent to allow each school a year for each pupil out of an annual appropriation of 5100000 has been automatically defeated At the distribution of aid just completed the amount to each pupil was more than halved 2209 ap proved schools with an enrollment of 38839 receiving a pupil In 19241 the number of schools was 1 134 with an enrollment of 19727 The increase has been kept up de spite raisingof standards During the last two years 300 new buildings have been erected and 258 remodeled by adding base ments vestibules and chemical toilets or ty providing correct lighting ventilation and heating Schools by Counties The number of standard schools by counties follows Benton 19 Black Hawk 11 Boone 28 Bremer 24 Buchanan 25 Buena Vista 6 Butler 28 Calhoun 23 Carroll 14 Cass 12 Cedar 19 Cerro Gordo 43 Cherokee 24 Chickasaw 42 Clay 8 Clayton 23 Clinton 53 Crawford 57 Dallas 16 Davis 3 Decatur 14 Delaware 24 Dos Moines 8 Dick inson 10 Dubuque 11 Emmet 19 Payette 9 Floyd 23 Franklin li Auxiliary to Legion Is Organized at Plymouth PLYMOUTH July Am erican Legion auxiliary has been pr ganizcd in Plymouth with the fol lowing officers Mrs Mikkelson president Mrs W Harmon vice president Mrs J Hanson secretary Mrs L Lantz treasurer Mrs F Halcomb historian and Mrs G Reynold captain A meeting will I be held at Mrs Mikkelsons Thursj day night to complete plans I Hamilton 25 Hancock 32Har din 28 Harrison 35 Henry 7 Howard 21 Humboldt 25 Ida loiva 50 Jackson 14 Jasper 53 Jefferson 20 Johnson 34 Jones 14 Keokuk 7 Kossuth 46 IVIltchcll Has 18 Lee 17 Linn 34 Louisa 4Lu cas S Lyon 29 Madison 22Ma haska 20 Marion 12 Marshall 8 Mills 19 Mitchell 18 Monoaa is Monroe 7 Montgomery 9 Musca tine 24 34 Osceola 35 Page 35 Palo Alto 34 Plymouth 42 Focal hontas 2 Polk 40 Pottawattamle 6b Poweshiek 27 Ringgold 7 Sac 35 Scott 31 Shelby 17 Sioux 43 Story 25 Tama 11 Taylor 41 Union G Van Buren 11 Wapello 16 War ren 21 Washington 18 Wayne Webster 22 Wiunebago 26Win neshiek 29 Woodbiiry 45 Worth GO Wright 23 AT THE HOSPITALS Henry JBergman Rockwell was addmitted to the Park hospital Sat urday for treatment Mr and Mrs Norman Thompson Emmetsburg are the parents of a hoy weighing 9 pounds born Satur dayat the Park hospital W E Lamb Chicago left the Mercy hospital Sunday where ho has been for treatment Emmet Ryan 725 Vb North Feder al avenue was admitted to the Mercy hospital Saturday for treat ment Miss Winifred Cagley North Federal avenue left the Park hospital Sunday where she has been for treatment George Austin 1324 North Jer sey avenue was admitted the Park hospital Saturday for treat ment Dan King 504 Fifth street south west submitted to a minor operation at the Mercy hospital Saturday Rose Sweeney Dougherty wan admitted to the Mercy hospital Sat urday for treatment Adele Erickson South Federal avenue underwent a major opera tion at theMercy hospital Saturdav Grace Newman 1030 First streot northwest left the Park hospital Saturday after recovery from a major operation Mrs Jake DeWald Kanawha left the Park hospital Saturday where she has been for treatment Mrs Eugenes Robinson Clear Lake was admitted to the Mercy hospital Saturday for treatment John Emmert Route 3 submitted to a minor operation at the Mercy hospital Saturday Mrs Enid Hyde 521 North Dela ware avenue leffthe Parti hospital Saturday after recovery from a major operation W M Bemis 726 Eleventh street northeast was admitted to the Park hospital Sunday for treatment Violet Johnson Route 5 submit ted to a major operation at the Park hospital Sunday Mrs Julie Yorke 232 Second j street southwest underwent a major operation at the Mercy hospital Monday Shirley Jean Gerard 315 Four teenth street northwest underwent a minor operation at the Mercy hos pital Monday Mrs Thomas Chambers Corwith submitted to a minor operation at the Mercy hospital Monday Mra Will Hayes Garner under went a minor operation at the Mercy hospital Monday Mrs George ONcil 1302 North Adams avenue left the Park hos pital Sunday after a minor opera tion Keith Myhr Swea City left the Park hospital Sunday after a minor operation Mary Fitzpatrick 635 East State street left the Mercy hospital Sun day after a minor operation Rasmus Skaare 408 Sixth street southeast left the Mercy hospital Sunday after recovery from a major operation Mra P J Hlrnchman and infant daughter 519 Sixth street south east left the Park hospital Sunday Mrs Thomas Allbrifrht Greene left the Mercy hospital Sunday where she has been for treatment Manchester May Have Factory for Airplanes MANCHESTER July 29 INS may have an airplane factory Plans to that end are be discussed with representatives of the Aerolite Aircraft comnany of Cedar IRapids by the city council It is proposed to make use of the landing field east of the fair grounds here construct a fac tory and build a light passenger plane known as the Shooting Star Americanism Exerting ourselves to the utmost to pass a law repeal ing it by the simple expedient of pretending it doesnt wanee StarCourier SARGON BRINGS HEALTH AFTER TWENTY YEARS I suffered twenty years and the Sargon treatment did me more good than all the other medicines I ever tried For years I was on a strict diet but even then nothing seemed to di FRANCIS H MORGAN gcst right I was continually having trouble with my gall bladder and was tplcl that my liver which was very inactive had lots to do with my gall bladder trouble I tried all kinds of medicines but none of them did me any good I had my gall bladder drained but that didnt give me permanent relief Although I didnt have a par ticle of faith in it I started the Sargon treatment Before I had fin ished half the first bottle I com menced to eat anything I wanted Now my liver is active again I have a splendid appetite I am not constipated any more and if there is anything the matter with my gall bladder now I dont know what it is Sargon la simply wonderful J am in better health and feel stronger than in H Morgan 1226 P Street Lincoln Nebraska Sargon may be obtained in Ma son City at Caseys Drug Store JULY 29 192D Cooks a Whole Meal Over One Burner v That is how a Mirro Vapo Seal Cooker saves its cost in a very short time and then goes right on saving and cooking perfectly delicious meals No pot watch ing either when you use a Mirro Vapo Seal Cooker The Knest Aluminum VAPO SEAL COOKER 7 qt size v t 10 qt size 12 qt size Mail Orders Filled Postpaid MAINTAINED BY MERIT Phone 17 H North Federal Ave SERVICE MEASURED NOT BY GOLD BUTBY THE GOLDEN RULE Indeed a Golden Rule fu r neral director we do We DO serve at a distance we have many friends who live miles away and yet who know they can command our service promptly 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