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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 5 1935 Suit Taken to Federal Court From Franklin HAMPTON Sept O J Henderson Ames who is presiding over the September term of Frank lin county court here granted the petition of the Central Surety and Insurance corporation for the re moval of its suit brought by Mrs Kathrine Dirst to federal court at Port Dodge Mrs Dirst ia asking for the payment of a policy held by her husband Harold Dirst who died from injuries received in an automo bile accident last January The North Carolina state prison Used only 61 per cent of its appro priation during the last fiscal year Powcier Blended with Scientific Precision A Complimentary Blended by a RiTZ THE Technician With any of Rih Treatment Preparations We recommend these for Dry Skint Matjage Cream Rife Stniirive Skin Cleanisr Ritz Velvet Texture Cream Rifz AnfiWrinHs Cream Ritz Skin and Builder Ritz gafrTMtga okin I OHtC KltZ Makeup Lotion Ritz 140 125 200 220 165 165 125 ONE WEEK ONLY er T T MERKELS Shopping School Bella ringing again and that means r many new things for school wear The new sateen gym shorts with zippers and in ner bloomers are priced at Sizes 12 to 20 White broadcloth middies with long sleeves are priced at Sizes 14 to 20 When It Turns Cool it feels good to slip into a smoclc with Its long sleeves The prints are colorful and in small patterns or polka dots while the plain colored broadcloths are preferred by many Some have the unique feature of detachable collars Sizes 14 to 44 The prices are and Miss Waite she just can wait until she shows you he new fall jewelry There ar many new things in chokers bracelets earrings necklace and rings and the prices ar only 59c to 195 Gloves Are of the fine point in your list tall accessorie If you are going to school you I will want them to be serviceable as well aa stylish You should see Perrins Cabretta leather gloves in the new styles for sports and dress occasions In grey navy brown and black Sizes 6 to The price a pair Who Doesnt the feel of fine pure dye silk There is a new shipment of gowns that are simply gorgeous The necklines are a new V and they have the cutest puff sleevelets Some are in prints with small roses others are plain with dark ecru Alencon lace outlining the neckline In flesh and tea rose sizes 15 16 and 17 The price is only In Order better serve you Miss Bunker has been attend ingthe Helena Rubinstein School of Beauty in Minneap olis which was conducted by a personal assistant to Madame Rubinstein the world famed authority on beauty Miss Bunker has much of Interest to impart to you on the proper care of the shin and modern makeup Consult her at any time In our toilet goods section Jetting Back the youngsters who are going to school we want them to know that there are some new fountain pens nd pencils on the market call d Parkettes Yes youve guess d made by Parker he Parkette De Luxe Pen and encii Sets are in mottled reen grey mulberry red and et black The pen ia of 14K old with platinum plated nub of the pens are and 175 the pencils 75c and Small Figures stripes seem to be what men will wear this fall when it comes to ties The new ties are here and theyre dandies of all silk and silk with wool Theyre wool lin ed so that theyll not wrinkle eas ily and the tips are lined with silk The price 1 Yes Indeed soon be getting chilly around the edges so we have prepared to keep you warm with suede leather jack ets in brown tan navy and grey Prices are to Then the new Chippewa wool jackets appear in new plaids stripes and plain colors Theres nothing more serviceable and warmer than these Prices are and 850 Isnt It how styles come and go Now we find there is a popular demand for dice check table cloths with three inch fringes These come in red blue gold and green combined with white Size 54x34 at size 54x70 at Napkins to match at each To Match new faille dresses or silk wool dresses and coats we have the new Grace line bags of these materials Theyre lined with satin some are trimmed with metal ornaments while others are severely plain In brown black and navy at Saturday Was the first day of our new flower department In charge of Leslie Luick and we pronounce it a success Many took advantage of the conven ient location in our lobby and of the moderate prices Take a look of this display th next time you are down town 45TH ASSEMBLY SET BILL RECORD 1152 Measures Introduced Making Most Since 192324 IOWA regular ses sion the Fortyfifth general as sembly of Iowa established a num ber of legislative records More bills were introduced by the members of this assembly than during any pre vious session in the last etght years A total of 11S2 measures were proposed The previous high mark was set in the code revision session ot 19231924 with a total of 1606 In recent years the number of bills introduced has not exceeded a thou sand Even more unique than the large number of legislative proposals was the remarkably small number of bills that were enacted into law The general ratio of bills passed has usually been about onethird of those introduced This year the pro portion dropped to approximately mefourth A total of 273 measures jeeame operative which is a new ow record Many Effective at Once The nearest approach to it was in 925 by the session immediately following the codification of Iowa statutes This is perhaps all the more surprising in view the emergency created by the depres sion Probably the most apparent effect of abnormal economic condi upon the legislation of thi regular session was the unusually arge number of bills which were considered emergency measures ant put into effect as soon as they could 30 published For the first time in more than 40 fears the democrats were In con irol of both houses of the genera LABORATORY TESTS CHECK EFFICACY OF KELLOSGS ALLBRAN Show Why This Delicious Cereal Overcomes Common Constipation There are scientific reasons for ho success of ALLBRAN in pre enting and relieving common con tjpation Laboratory investigations low that it supplies bulk to ex rcise the intestines and vitamin I to promote appetite and help tone lie intestinal tract These two important foodele ments aid Tegular habits and help do away with theheadachesloss of appetite ahderiergy so of ten the result of constipation The bulk in ALLBRAN is mild n action much like that of let uco Inside the body it forms a oft mass which gently clears the ntestines of wastes Isnt this pleasant cereal way ar more healthful than using pills nd often habitforming Just eat two tablespoonfuls of iellogga for most ypes of constipation If not re eved this way see your doctor Besides ALLBRAN brings your twice as much bloodbuilding ron as an equal amount by weight if beef liver Special cooking processes maVo ALLBRAN finer softer more palat able Equally tasty as a cereal or used in cooking Recipes on the redandgreen package Sold by all grocers Made by Kellogg in Battle Ireek SUMMER TIME IS FILLUP TIME WITH OUIt HIGHGRADE COAL Dixie Mountain WAGNER GOAL CO PHONE COMPLETE MOTOR TUNEUP Central Battery and Electric Company GIVE YOUR CHILD A CHANCE Eyestraln holda more children back in school than any other one thing DONT TAKE CHANCES HAVE YOUR CHILDS EYES EXAMINED NOW Dr J H LEPPER The Busy Optometrist 10 First St S E SWANSON SIGNS SHIP CONTRACTS Big naval chiefs look on as Secretary Swahson sicns building con tracts for 37 new warships to cost a total of standing ore Head Adm Orin G Murfln judge advocate general of the navy and Adm William H Standlcy chief of naval operations Asso ciated Press assembly an unusually large num ber of members were without pre vious legislative experience there were fewer farmers and lawyers in the fortyfifth than in the forty ourth assembly major attention was directed to such subjects as re ief of debtors regulation of bank ng and insurance and reduction of he costs of government Much Appropriation Study These and many other signifi ant features are discussed in a areful analysis of the recently en cted statutes prepared by Jacob A wisher and Ruth A Gallaher and ublished by the State Historical ociety of Iowa as the fifth number n the Iowa Monograph series The fortyfifth general assembly ave much attention to the problem f appropriations After much dis usslon some 11866000 was ap ropriated for state administrative epartmenta and for the support of he Institutions under the board of ontrol and the board of education This waa a reduction of about 22 ler cent below the appropriation for he Batne purposesSMir 19311933 and s almost exactly a million dollars ess than the expenditures for 1021 3 Charles City News COURT OPENED IN CHARLES CITY orothy Olds Asks Separate Maintenance in Action in Floyd County CHARLES CITY Sept udge M F Edwards opened the September term court here this morning Only probate matters anc equity cases will be heard this week and the jury will not report until a week from today Most of the 27 cases on the criminal docket are iquor offenses there are five juve nile complaints Eightyfive new civil cases have been filed Including 30 foreclosure suits and 18 attachments There ar no new divorce cases filed but a suit for separate maintenance is brought by Dorothy Olds agains Russell B Olds Trial notices have been filed in 18 equity cases and 20 law cases The grand jury reported today to con sider three cases against Arnold Feakcr Paul Schultz and Ernest E Blunt The other criminal case were filed by county attorneys in formation lowaii Heads Lodge SIOUX CITY Sept Was on of Davenport was named dis rict master at the IowaNebraska onventlon of the Vasa Order of America and Ivar Olson also of davenport was elected a trustee Large Crowd Attends Celebration Held by Charles City Schoo CHARLES CITY Sept 5Th crowd at the Labor day celebratio on Lion field more than met th expectations of the Immaculat Conception academy which atag3 the program for the benefit of th school The program began at 1 a m and from then until late i the evening the crowd was largt There was a program of sports wit prizes and free acts speeches I Mayor W K Carr and Lieut Go Nels G Kraschel two ball gamt between the Charles City Lions an Black Barons of Dea Moincs an Forest City Collegrians and bower dance In the evening Many Cath ollcs and friends came from neigh boring towns for the celebratio which netted a good sum for th school CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY Sept Paul Stade accompanied ny her tw small sons and sisterinlaw Allc Stade of Chicago arrived Sunda evening for a weeks visit with h parents Dr and Mrs A F Kober Mrs Sam Tift and childre Gretchen and John returned ycs erday from Oelwein where they pent the weekend Mr and Mrs Charles Wilson of Mason City were Labor day guests f Mrs Wilsons mother Mrs Sam Williams Mr and Mrs Martin Kratt and augrhters Jane and Patricia of niaha are guests of Mrs iratts parents Mr and Mrs C A 3anforth 1308 Clark street Mr and Kratt will visit the Century of rogress and leave their daughters their grandparents Mr and Mrs Richard J Smith of Hollywood Cal are expected soon or an extended visit They were irmer residents here bait Man Hurt When Automobile and Truck Crash on Dows Street DOWS Sept Stein lock Gait was injured Saturday car and a truck olllded on Ellsworth boulevard Mr Stelnblock went around an ther car before the accident oc urred The truck was returning om putting out the night danger gnals on the new paving Mr Steinblock was thrown from le car and suffered severe cuts and ruises The carwas badly damag d but he able to drive the car o his destination Ottumwu Bank Released DBS MOINBS Sept 5 uperintendent of Banks T W announced the unconditional elease from the provisions of S 111 of the Farmers and Mer hants Savings bank of Ottumwa SCHOOLS OPEN IN NORTH IOWA Registration at Nashua and New Hampton Slightly Below Last Year NEW HAMPTON Sept W North principal of the high school said that 300 students registered yesterday Last year 312 registered the first day F J Moore superin tendent of the New Hampton pub lic schools reported that 261 regis tered in the grades compared with 275 last year Rebelcin Gives Address NASHUA Sept pub lie schools opened yesterday with a total enrollment of 408 pupils slightly below that of last year when there were 416 Of the total 183 are in high school and 225 in the grades The Rev Conrad J Rube lein new pastor of the Nashua Lu theran church gave the address at the opening exercises of the high school F W Bernlnghausen is su perintendent and Cassie McCulloch high school principal Largest In Several Years DECORAH Sept Decor ah public schools opened yesterday with the largest high school regis tration for several years Thomas R Roberta Is superintndent while J A Peterson is principal of the high shcool 141 in Budd Grades RUDD Sept consolidat ed school opened yesterday with an enrollment of 141 in the grades and 54 In the high school according to Supt I W Edie Classes in Full Swing BRISTOW Sept opened here yesterday and today classes were in full swing J E Schalk is superintendent and Arthur Mealy is the high school principal Teachers Hold Meeting PLYMOUTH Sept teach ers meeting was held Saturday wlth 100 per cent attendance and regu lar work started yesterday under the supervision of Supt G Nfiifert Opens at Rowan ROWAN Sept Rowan consolidated school opened yester day with H L Pesch as superinten dent W T Edgren is high school principal Fredericksburg Herd Is High in Chickasaw C T A NEW HAMPTON Sept average on 338 cows in the Chicka saw county Cow Testing associa tion for August with 61 dry was 181 pounds of butterfat W J Hart son and son of Fredericksburg again had high herd THE TRIUMPH of ENZYME CONTROL Thats your assurance of uniformly healthful and ciously wholesome beer Good beer cannot be made by the rule of thumb If that were true anyone could make good beer Malt hops yeast and water are available to all But without enzyme control there can be no good beer matter who makes or unskilled At SCHLITZ brewing is an exact science Harmful light rays are screened is are sci entifically tanks are scrupulously clean every pipe and pump is sterilized Brewing is stopped at a split second for at that instant fermentation is complete under SCHLITZ secret enzyme most sensational development in the brewing industry SCHLITZ is a predigested food because it is brewed under perfect enzyme control It will not ferment in your stomach nor cause indigestion It is healthful wholesome and of a fullbo died ripe flavor The Brown Bottle protects its goodness from the brewery to your glass Drink it freely and enjoy it with full confidence that it ia good and good for By the case or In tha attractive SCHLITZ Handy Six Ask your Dealer DlSTniBIiTORi Mnson CUT Beverncc Co 622 S Fed ATC Phone 134 In Brown Bottles iBeer That Made Milwaukee feiiilaus A SAFETYSTEEL SAVED MY A CERTIFIED INTERVIEW WITH FRED C NOBLE PLYMOUTH SALESMAN STAMFORD CONN Ten tons landed on my Plymouth and I lived to tell the Tale T7RED C NontE is a Plymouth salesman J But Fred Noble isnt giving you sales talk when he tellsyouyouresaferlna Plymouth Fred Noble is alive rodny because Plymouth has a safetysteel body The pictures tell the story How a three and a half ton truck with a six and a half ton load crashed over on top of Nobles car They dont show the terrific impact of those ten tons traveling at 40 miles an hour They dont show how the force of the crash drove the wheels four and five inches Into the solid earth But Plymouth is built of steel reinforced with steel Fred Noble came out with only one slight scratch For your own your familys sake safely in a modern car Let the nearest Plymouth dealer ahow you what safetysteel construction Is Youll never rely on any other kind STANDARD priced from Mod els to 5595 Prices arc aubject to change with out notice AH prices F O B Factory Detroit Mich WHEN DRIVING DOWN GRADEI for a left I MADE THE TURN Th turn A truck was coming right behind ma of the truck and load came down on le wclftht my car NEW PLYMOUTH SIX EVERY TIME LOOK at theae yonniuters of mine I thank heaven that Plymouth haa a bodyl FLOATING POWER SAFETYSTEEL BODY HYDRAULIC BRAKES   

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