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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Iowa State Graduate Works on Salad Oils AMES Noy F Kruse formerly of Davenport who graduated from Iowa State college last June with a degree in chemical engineering is working NOVEMBERS on new methods of processing salad oils forthe Proctor and Gamble company Cincinnati Ohio He is also studyingthe keepingqualities of oils made by various processes 1929 He worked like a horse andspent his money likean Dorado Times Painf Some folks take pain for granted They let a cold run its course They wait for their headaches to wear off If suffering from neuralgia or from neuritis they rely on feeling better in the morning Meantime they suffer unnecessary pain Unnecessary because there is an1 antidote Bayer Aspirin always offers immediate relief from variousaches and pains we once had to endure If pain persists consult your doctor as to its cause Save yourself a lot of pain anddiscomfort through the many uses of Bayer Aspirin Pro tect yourself by buying the genuine Bayer 13 toft Always the same All drugstores BAYER ICI Aspirin Is the tnule muk of Payer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidester of Salicyllcacld Divorce Market Climbing But Not iri Iowa Figures of U S Department Show Despite Ben Lindsay Glorification of Extremes and High Tension Living Separations Are Fewer in This State Than Year Ago WITH Judge Ben Lindsay of Denver championingthe companionate marriage this present glorification of the extremist in hismodern opinions and advanced thinking luxuries and the high tension of living there is little amazement with the announcement from thedepartment of commerce at Washington that the divorce market is on the climb NOTED CHEMIST ILL Norma Hello of Green ville Miss was selectedthe Delta Cotton Queen In a fes tival in honor of King Cotton at Clarltsdale SWEA CITY FARMERS SELL WORTH OF SPUDS IN YEAR SWEA CITY Noy of five carloads of potatoes from the Moore and Peterson field in Eagle township was completed early this week by the buyers Horr and Ol son Mason City produce dealers Eight to 10 menwrere employed in the loading the buyers sending a crew of six from Mason City There were nearly 3300 bushels in the shipment and comprised the last of the 8000 bushels raised this season by Moore and Peterson The price was 51 a bushel F O B potato Buried at Frecmont CRESCO ITov serv ces for Christie Olson who died at lis home in Cresco Wednesday at he age of 65 years were held Sat urday Nov 2 The Rev H M Nor mann pastor of the First Lutheran hurch officiated Burial was in the Freemont churchyard Perhaps when a judge lived in a town some 100 miles away mean ing that Jack and Jill woud have had to travel to town in a covered wagon over a rickety road with the knowledge that Indians were play ingpeekaboo withthem from be hind rock and trees the two parties concerned would have been more willing to thing it over a spell be fore packing a Gladstone and call ing a cab as the modernist does And perhaps in those days when Indians were something more than a curiosity and guns served other purposes than hittingducks and geese Jill was more willing to lean on Jack Reasons Are Somewhere There is no need to be a poky pessimist but with divorces iigeven in tie face of decreasing marriages there are potential rea sons somewhere causing this coridi tion The department of commerce an nounces that according to the re turns received there were 1182497 marriages performed mthe Untied States during 1928 as compared with 1201053 in 1927 Those figures represent a decrease of 18556 mar riages or per cent During the year 1928 there were 195939 divorces granted in the United States as compared with 192037 in 1927 representing an In crease of 3902 or 2 per cent There were 4226 marriages annulled in 1928 as compared with 4235 in 1927 which shows less annuilments for the last year The estimated population of con tinental United States on July 1 1928 was 120013000 and on July 1 1927 116628000 On the basis of these estimates the number of mar riages per 1000 of the population was 985 iri 1928 as against 1012 in 1927 The number of divorces TOr ace for all cither lowpriced sixes JL Boar br fufur IN EVERY phase of performance todays Pontiac Big Six ia setting the pace for all other lowpriced sixes The reasons are obvious Its 200cubicinch Lhead engine is the largest to found in any six BO low in price Its carburetor is of the most advanced type incorporating an accelerating pump for extra enaPA gasoline pump supplies the correct amount offuel for any speed Thermostatic control of water temperature keeps the engine operating at high efficiency at all times Little wonder then that Pontiac is outperforming its In Speed The highest speed offered by any low priced by the fifth wheel most accurate speed measuring device known to automotive engineers lit Power 60 horse power at 3000 r p m highest power to be found in any lowpriced at 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MOTOHS V T JOHN GALLAGHER S527 2nd St S E Oalitaml anil Pontlnc Motor Cars and Service Phono 15G7 DRAKE BROS Crystal Lake la N O OUVERSON Fertile la ZOBEL AUTO CO Brltt Ia VAGHEL MELLOW Kanniriin Ia HOCKETT MOTOR CO Osage la KE1 MAIN STREET GAJIAGE Clear Lake Ia THEO EDDY Rockwell Ia ZOBEL AUTO CO Ventura lo UNDERWOOD PETERSON Northwood fa OTTO NOELTE Lcland la 1000 of thepopulation was 163 iri 1928 as against 162 in 1927 Duo to layr While the decrease in the number of marriages performedin coun tryas a whole was 15 per cent the relative change in the different states ranged from a decreaseof 15 per cent in Florida to an Increase of 738 per cent in Nevada This in crease in Nevadaas well as the in crease In Arizona is due largely to a change in the marriage law of California requiring three days no ticeto be given before the issuance of a license which law became ef fective July 29 1927 The rate of marriages for each 1000 of the population which repre sents an average of rates in the in dividual states ranged from 473 in Delaware and 54 in Wisconsin to 169 in Mississippi and 538 in Ne vada In general thechanges inthe Associated Press Photo DrHarvey W Wiley pure food advocate and former chief chemist of the department of agriculture Is seriously ill in Washington University Library to Have Replica of Book That Is 281 Years Old IOWA CITY Noy facsim ile of the earliest volume of laws printed in English in the United States has beea obtained for the law library of the University of VUU WAHVGJJ1UV U4 number of marriages per 1000 of Iowa The volume is a faithful cony T CVtniir ti i 1 the population show hte trend of marriage in the several statesbe cause account ia taken of differ ences in the rate of increase the general population Six marriages for each divorce of the original Laws and Liberties of Massachusetts 1648 Only one ofthe 600 copies printed 281 years ago is in existence Mora wives would respect their in the United States husbands if they were not so well for 1928 as against 65 in 1927 The District of Columbia and New York state each having but one cause for absolute divorce reported 525 and 216 respectively while the rates in the other states ranged from 14 marriages to each divorce in Georgia to 16 marriages to each divorce ia Nevada How It Ranges The changes in the various states as regards the number of divorces compared with the year 1927 ranged from decreases of 308 per cent in j the District of Columbia and 123 per cent in Florida to increases of 329 per cent in Nevada and 541 per cent in Vermont Changes in the laws governing divorces effective in 1927 are re sponsible for the figures shown for Nevada and Vermont In the case of the former the residence require menthas been modified from 6to 3 months in the latter all divorces granted after July 1 1927 are not final tdr six months after the grant Ing of the decree Coiisequently the figures for1927 represent1 only such divorces aswere granted during the first six months of that year The decrease reported by the District of Columbia is due directly to the num ber of cases heard In 1027 whfch had been held over from 1926 when a strongly contested patent case oc cupied the time of one of the courts to the exclusion of divorce cases The ratio of divorces per 1000 of the population in the individual1 states in1928 ranged from 018 in the District of Columbia and in New York to 338 in Oregon and 3352 in Nevada Iowa which is classified in the West North Central section is list ed with Minnesota Missouri North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska and Kansas Divorces Decreasing There were 21048 marriages in Iowa in 1927 and 20529 in 1928 showing a decrease of 25 per cent Number per 1000 of the popula tion for 1927 was 87 as compared with 85 in 1928 There were five marriages to one divorce as an aver age Statistics show 4226 divorces for Iowa in 1927 and 4076 in 1928 This showed a decrease of 35 percent for the last year recorded The num ber 1000 population for 1927 was 174 and for 1928 It wag 168 For 1927 there were 30 annulments and for 1928 there were 26 It follows that a decrease of 35 per cent in divorces as compared with 25 decrease in marriage shows a greater trend toward decrease in Iowa divorces as compared with the marriages Transcript Auxiliary and Legion Selects Officers for NewYearat Meeting MANLY Nov installa tion of officers in the local post of the American Legion and Legion was held here with Mrs Kepler of Northwood and Dr Thomas Nettleton of Mason City as installing The officers are commander Fred Logeman first vice commander Max W Studer second vice commander Gilbert Bednar1 adjutant HarryGavin finance officer G S Westley chaplin Clarence Mitchell and his torian M J Mullin Mrs M J Mullin vice president Mrs Ray Poole secretary Mrs William Pinta treasurer Mrs A Spbolik chaplain Mrs Watson Tighe and historian Mrs D L Wilke Dubuque Businessmen Are Conservative in Regard to Calendars DUBUQUE Nov 4 Simplifipd calendars may be all right but Dubuque prefers to stick to the old reliable every day kind That at least is the decision of mem bers of the Dubuque Chamber of Commerce who defeated a resolu tion approving a change in the present calendar A majority of the Chambers of Commerce of the country have ap proved of a changed calendar but in Dubuque the proposition fell far short of the twothirds favorable vote necessary under the chambers by Jaws Of three propositions submitted the one having the largest affirm ative was one suggesting the United States participate in an interna tional conference in regard to cal endar changes But even this full short of a majority RITE HELD FOR CRESCO WOMAN Settled in Howard Before Town of Cresco Had Taken Form CRESCO Nov seijv ice was held Saturday for Evelyn M Thomas an old residet of Howard county who died here Thursday Oct 31 at the age years EvelynM Davis daughter William R and Harriet Shermaii Davis wasborn Nov 26 1849 in Fredonia Ozaukee county Wis Shi was married Nov 9 1866 to Ed1 ward Thomas who like herselfI came to this vicinity as pioneer res1 idents early In 1866 before the town of Cresco was started and has con tinued to reside in this vicinity since Mr and Mrs Thomas were the parents of four sons William J Edward J Fred O and Clarence I all of whom survive excepting Fred who passed away in February 1909 Mr Thomas died in 1918 The last rites were conducted at the Congregational church by the pastor the Rev G A Ingle with interment in the family lot at Oak Lawn cemetery Nora Springs Children Guests at Large Party NORA Commer cial club gava a party to more than 200 children Halloween at the Coon Community hall Games were played and the refreshments consisted of apples doughnuts and hot wiener sandwiches A general good time was enjoyed by the children Damage Suit Will Again Be Heard by District Courts IOWA FALLS Nov NeeaeFurry damage case ia to have another airing1 in the dis trict court of this county at the current term a jury in February falling to agree on a 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