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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 5, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                POUR MRS STUART IS NAMED CHAIRMAN Chickasaw Federated Club Hold County Meeting at Nashua NASHUA April P E Stuart Nashua was elected count chairman and Mrs W H Scotl Nashua county secretary of th Federated Womens clubs of Chick asaw county at a meeting held a the Activity building yesterday with 40 present Mrs L P Reich Frederichaburg is the retiring county chairman and Mrs Ralpl Countryman Fredericksburg retlr ing secretary dubs representec were Home Study club Mrs Fred Benner president Fredericksburg Home Study circle Mrs H W Barnhart president New Hampton Isabella club Mrs A A Lehmhuhl president Nashua Emanon club Mrs F W Berninghausen presi dent The morning program Included talks by Mrs F W Berninghauseu Nashua Mrs Fred Benner Fred ericksburg Mrs Carl Bushing Nashua Mrs Frank Hammond Nashua Mrs J B Bellamy Nash ua Mrs P E Stuart Nashua Mrs Fred Benner Fredericksburg Mrs F W Eemingrhausenand Mrs A W Lehmkuhl Nashua The afternoon program opened with an address by Mrs John Hager Waukon fourth district di rector who spoke of the spirit of service prevailing in club work to day Mra Barnhart New Hampton spoke on the New Hampton home circle and Miss Mary Noble New Hampton gave several readings Other speakers in the afternoon were Mra Celia Ellison Fredericks burg Mrs Fred Lyford New Hampton and Mrs Joe Eggabroad Predericksburg Pains Cramps Callouses Quickly relieved Our Foot Comfort Expert ran end ibis or any other pain fulfoot trouble for you quickly an J at MB all cost with tho proper Dr SchoU Corrective Call for free Foot and Anafysit 14 E State St VdP Where Shoes Are Really Fitted Womans Weakness NOTHING gives a woman such a wan pale tiredout look as periodic pafns drains and sideachcs There is no need for the girl or woman to suffer so because Dr PIcrces Favorite Prescription will overcome these evils Read what Mrs Mary J Hardman of Ave Des Moines Iowa says When I used to suffer so much with puns in my side and tack and with neidiche I always found relief by utint a bolHc or tivo of Dr Piercts Favorite twn of course I did net Jiavs lo talcs hat much before relief came but I continued tak ing it for my general health All druggists Write Dr Piereti Cllnlt Buffalo N Y TVIASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE APRIL 5 1933 TANKER WHICH RESCUED FOUR OF AKRONS CREW This Associated Press telcphoto shows the German tnnlter Phoebus with tug alongside which rescued four of the 76 members of the Akrons crew after the Wff ship fell Into the ocean One of the survivors died shortly after being taken aboard Clings to Hope Mrs William A Moftctt wife of the rear admiral aboard the Akron at the time of Us crash Into the sea clung to hope for her husband despite apparently small chances for his survival Associ ated Press Thompson Committee Named to Seek Lower Rates on Electricity April 5 The Thompson Commercial club met Jonday evening for a dinner at the amuelson cafe A committee was amed to draft a resolution in pro est of the schedule for commercial nd residence lighting and asking he Southern Minnesota Power ompany for a reduction A com nlttee was appointed to try to ob aln a ball park for the coming 6ar A short program of music and oy Scout demonstration was given COOKING SCHOOL NEWS AND COMMENT They say the table setting looked beautiful with our aristocrat pattern of dinnenvare and rock crystal cut glass The luncheon 42 piece set costs only 51780 and the Glassware set of 6 only will see out Iforctake China HOBO Glow put beautiful Ivory Ohlnn decorated in variegated colors with floral sprays the glassware is In the beautiful Topu7 color bowl crystal stem perfect blend with the dinner EVERY DAY A DIFFERENT SETTING IOWA TEA CO 20 EAST STATE STUEET Mrs Pauline L Rohrs Says PASTEURIZED MILK contains an abundance of lime the lack of which causes soft teeth early decay bow legs and rickets More than one quart a day is added assurance of healthful strength When you serve PASTEURIZED MILK to your children either as a drink or with other foods you are giving them the highest percentage of these healthful qualities with purity and sweet cleanliness assured by laboratory testing Our milk is bottled fresh daily HERMANSON BROS DAIRY PHONE 646 AID IN RESCUE OF AKRON CREW This Associated Press telephoto shows two officers of the German tanker Phoeblls which rescued three members of the airship Akrons creiv off the ATonJersey const Chief Mate Czieldarski is At the left fliit Carl Dalldorf nt the right DRAFTS MESSAGE ON SHOALS WORK President Hopes to Preseiit Plans for Tennessee on Friday WASHINGTON April 5 T Roosevelt hopes to fiend o congress on Friday a special mes sage proposing restoration of the Muscle Shoals Alabama power and titrate plant and development to the Tennessee basin The president wants to work out ne or two points In the bills of Senator Nonla R Ncbr and Chairman McSwain of tho hous5 nilltBry committee for government operation of Muscle Shoals The legislation will provide for construction of the Cove creek dam n the Clinch river in Tennessee As part of the Tennessee Valley development the administration has arranged for the selection of a for est conservation camp in the Smoky Mountains in eastern Tennessee un der the new program going into effent Leland P T A to Hear Jensen of Forest City LELAND April program to be given at the ParentTeachers meeting at the sohoolhouse Friday evening consists of two songs by the junior glee club a talk on The History of Iowa by L A Jensen of Forest City current events by Edith Bfanstad and murical reading by Eunice Charlgon Car of Carp Shipped to New York From Ventura VENTURA April carload of carp was shipped to New York by Nathan Erhlich who obtained the fiih from the state Otto Koch and his men who are employed by the state will continue seining carp until May 15 Temporary Bridge Built at Titonka After Flood TITCNKA April temporary bridge has been built over the ap proach to the Rainbow bridge one half mle west of Titonka and tem porary repairs are being mada to the bridge on the cast edge of town Both of these cross the Buffalo creek a branch of the DCS Moines river and both suffered washouts from the high water last week Shortage in Accounts of Missing Des Moines Banker DES MOINES April 5 tal shortage In the accounts of Guy J Lines missing cashier of the Cap ital City State bank will run be tween 19000 and Rolfc O Wagner president of the nstitu tlon said today Lines has been mlsBing since laat Saturday when his wife aekcd police to saarch for him The Japanese head that is swelled most Is tho Constitution DESTROYER ARRIVES WITH3 AKRON SURVIVORS This Associated Press telcphoto shows the coast guard destroyer Tucker as it arrived at the Brooklyn navy yard with the three survivors of the Akron tragedy IN TRAGIC DIRIGIBLE PLUNGE Threeof these men were aboard the Akron when It fell into the Atlantic ocean oft tho New Jersey coast Left to right seated Lleut Cdm Herbert WHey executive officer of the Akron j Charles E Hosen dahl former cbinniarider of the ship arid now stationed in California Standing IJeut Wilfred Bushnell and Ueut Morgan Rcilfiela both aboard Associated Press Scene of Tragedy This map shows the approxi mate location of the nlrShlp Akron when It fell Into the sen during a stprln Farm Bureau Play Given OTRANTO April Farm Bureau play Paying the Fiddler was seen by a full house last eve ning Misa Emma Lane was the coach PRESS GROUP IN BAD IN GERMANY Correspondents Boycotted as Long as Author of Book Remains Head BERLIN April 5 conflict between the federal government and the foreign press association representing about 135 foreign cor respondents of more than 20 na tions has arisen over the govern ments decision to boycott the as sociation as long as Edgar Mowrer of the Chicago Daily News remains as president Mowrers book Germany puts the clock back which appeared a month before the appointment of the Hitler government was regard ed as so offensive by the cabinet that Mowrer was informed no in vitation for any function of the as sociation not even to the traditional annual banquet would be accepted Decline to Accept The association by an overwhelm ing vote doclined to accept Mow rers offer to resign Mowrer at a general meeting stated that the great majority of his American colleagues and also the retiring United States ambassa dor Frederic M Sackett had agreed that the book in nowise transcended the limits which a po litical writer should observe Mr Sackett suggested to Foreign Minister van Neurath that the lat ent conflict be bridged but Joseph Goebbels propaganda minister on March 30 on behalf of the govern ment wrote the association that it would be boycotted as long as Mow rer remained as bead No Social Pressure Mowrer said My standpoint ia Responsible foreign newspaper cor respondents must fiy no social or other personal pressure of whatever nature be hindered in the freedom of their criticism insofar as they re port to their country on the basis of unchallengeable material After the associations support of its head hints came from various quarters that the government might dissolve the association which was founded in 1906 Roads Bridges Near Marble Rock Repaired MARBLE ROCK April Shell Roclc river Is again within its banks and the work of repairing the roads and small bridges in this vicinity is rapidly going on The town of Marble Rock stands well above the river and consequently was not damaged At Aureola just above Marble Rock several homes were flooded and the occupants compelled to seek shelter elsewhere Iowa State College Forester to Confer With US Officials AMES April 5 G B MacDonald of the forestry departI merit Iowa State college left for Washington yesterday to attend a cdhfefence with Secretary of Agri culture Wallace on the govern ments employment project in na tional and State forests and parks where 250000 men will be given work Prof MacDonald was chosen to go to Washington by Oov Clyde L Herring Ray Murray atate sec retary of agricultureWiU Also rep risent Iowa at the conference which opens Thursday morning Plan for Memorial Day OSAGE April American Legion held the monthly meeting Monday evening nnd made prelim inary plans for the observance of Memorial day SMOKED COUNTRY STYLE PURE PORK SAUSAGE MRS ROHRS Says Never was there afiner f lav ored purer move wholesome sausage than Smoked Country Style Pure Pork Saus age It is an ideal year around food adaptable to many dishes broiled baked fried or used in casserole dishes You will find it adds new flavor See it demonstrated at the cooking school order Deckers Smoked Country Style Pure Pork Sausage from your meat dealer today It Will Pay You To Attend THE GLOBEGAZETTE Cooking School It Is Being Conducted For Your Benefit MRS PAULINE L ROHRS will give you valuablfe information on home economics and the products she uses in her Be sure and notice her demonstrations using the economical and efficient BAKING POWDER 25 Ounces for SAME PRICE TODAY as 42 Years Ago The demonstrator will show you how in using this double baking powder you get Fine Texture and Large Volume in your bak why K C is economical and efficient requiring only one level teaspoonful to a cup of flour It is not necessary to pay high prices for baking powder to get best results After seei n g the demonsfra tion use KC in the same way In your own home Give it the oven test and judge by results MiliteM of Poundi by Otsr Government   

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