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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 20, 1934, Mason City, Iowa FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Denies Control of Banking Socialistic CHICAGO Feb 20 ment control of banking Is not so cialistic Harland H Allen of Chi cago told the Inland Daily Press as sociation today but is an expression of unification of American economic life made necessary by international competition YOUR GROCER WILL HELP YOU KEEP HEALTHY AND HAPPY Delicious Cereal Promotes Regular Habits Tho light kinds of foods form the very basis ofhealth You need nourishment for strength and en ergy And you need bulk to pre vent common constipation Otherwise this ailment may cause headaches loss of appetite and energy You can correct it usually by eating a delicious cereal Kelloggs ALLBKAN adds gen erous bulk to your daily menu Tests show this bulk is similar to that found in Jeafy vegetables Inside the body tho fiber of ALL BRAN absorbs moisture and forms a soft mass Gently this clears out the intestinal wastes ALLBRAN is also a good source of vitamin B and iron Isnt it to enjoy this food in place of taking patent medicines Two tablespoonfuls of ALLBRAN daily will overcome most types of common constipation Chronic cases with each meal If seriously ill see your doctor ALLBRAN makes no claim to be a cureall Serve ALLBRAN as a cereal with or cream or cook into fluffy muffins and breads Remember KelJoggs ALLBRAN is all bran with only necessary fla voring added It contains much nioro needed bulk than partbran products Get the redandgreen package at your grocers Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek FEBRUARY 20 1934 f Mason City Veteran Was Decorated by King Albert Robert J Macket Member of Belgian Squadron The distinction of being decorated by King Albert of Belgium and made an honorary member of his flying squadron is held toy Robert J Macket Mason City veteran of the World war Mr Macket was recovering from an 1800 foot fall with an army plana when King Albert presented to him the bar of the Secret Order of Military Intelligence His majesty kissed the Mason City soldier on each cheek and then in both English and French ex pressed his pleasure In bestowing the honor on Mr Macket and two others The incident took place at Base hospital No 106 Base section No 12 Bordeaux France July 17 1918 Mr Macket had previously received other decorations getting the Frencli and British bars and citation stars April 3 1918 On May 1 1918 he was awarded the Belgian aeronautical Brevet They Loved Him Every soldier that ever came into contact with King Albert loved him said Mr Macket in recalling the incident The event for which Mr Macket was cited by the Belgian king oc curred June 27 1918 when he was shot down while in combat service at Luneville France He suffered fractures in both legs three broken riba and a fractured skull At that time Mr Macket was at tached with the Seventythird Royal Flying corps of the British This squadron had the distinction of bringing down more ships than any other squadron of the empire for the length of time in service The squadron was assigned to bombing an ammunition train anc was cited for having achieved a di rect hit blowing up the train and some length of track Shortly after wards enemy antiaircraft guns succeeded in making a direct hit killing his observer and bringing the plane down Asked for Service Mr Macket got attached to the British squadron when he sought to avoid prolonged service as instruc tor in a training center in France and asked to be placed with a pur uit squadron He had specialized in aerial gun nery and while in training in Eng and wrote a booklet entitled Aerial Gunnery giving the nom nclature of the Lewis machine gun ools and parts in American British and French terms The booklet was fficially adopted by the American and English forces and used exteu rlvely by the French After he was wounded Mr tlacket spent many months in the and afterwards held in tructor positions in American raining camps While he was in the lospital he was visited by Capt ohn Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown first to fly across the At antic Hamburger Sausage BACON SLICED 5 Ib Box PURE LARD7o PORK HOCKS Sc LINK SAUSAGE lOc PIC FEETSc BACON SQUARES NUT OLEO 2 Ibs for 29c FRESH KINDS STOP SHOP FOOD MARKET INDEPENDENT GHOCER Phone 2727 123 N Federal LOWEST AVERAGE PRICES ALWAYS SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY IGA S2i SIZE Churned Fresh Doily Nice Size for Children BLUE BARREL C Ib Soap CMps 5 ibpkg29c MEAT DEPARTMENT Pork Chops Ring Bologna Spare Ribs Remember Our Prices Are Lowest 49 Ibs On 49 Ibs Carol Thesf GoldNuggett Floun GET YOUR SUPPLY NOW Henry Pickford 80 Celebrates Birthday Some of the friends of the Pick ford family old time residents of Portland township will remember Henry W PIckford who lived here for two years 18768 but since then has been in Wisconsin and for 30 years in Madison where he was connected with the Madison Demo crat and is still employed to the office in the accounting depart ment Last Sunday he celebrated hi3 eightieth birthday and 178 friends called on him to show their es teem Dr Preston Bradley in his Sun day sermon over the radio from the church in Chicago wliere Prof David Swing and other noted preachers held forth referred to him and sent his congratulation over the radio Mr Pickford is still at his desk every day and he walks two mile to and from his work in ail kinds of weather and at noon when h goes out to lunch he walks once around the Capitol square before he sits down to eat For several years he was a mem her of the school board of Madison but declined reelection about four years back He claims that work has been the main cause of his good condi tion at fourscore BrldetoBe Honored FERTILE A miscellaneou shower was given to Miss Mildrei Sagen Saturday afternopn Mis Sagen Isto be a bride s6onlShe re ceived j inany beautiful gifts an lunch was served at 4 oclock If Ruptured Try This Free Apply It to Any Rupture Old or Recent Largo or Small and Iou Are on the Road That Has Convinced Thousands SENT FRKE TO PROVE THIS Every rupture J man or woman should write once to 3 nice 320N Mfttn St Adams N y for a free trial ol his wonderful Method Just put it on the ruptum ana tlie opening closes nat urally so the need of a support or truss or appliance is eventually done away with Dont negKct to ccnd for the free trial of thta Stimulating Application What Is the use of wearing supports all your life If you dont have to Why run the risk of gangrene and such dangers from a small and Innocent little rupture the hind that has thrown thousands en tlie operatlnc table A host of men and women are dally running sue risk Just because thtlr ruptures iio not Hurt or prevent them from getlins nround Write at once for this free trial as It Is certainly a wonderful thing and has aided In healing ruptures that were ai big ns a nians two fists Try and write at once to W R Rice Inc 320N Main St Arlann N y DECIDE TO HAVE BALLOT DESPITE PW UNCERTAINTY School Directors Informed Public Works Grants Not Being Made Now A communication from p F Hop kins PWA engineer for Iowa was read by President W G C Bagley 3f the Mason City school board at he regular meeting Monday after noon at the administration building which stated In effect that applica tions for PWA grants were not at present being received It was decided however that the election set for March 12 at which a local bond issue of to be supplemented by a federal grant of will be held as scheduled In fact there was some question whether the election could be legally called off at this point There is said to be considerable basis too for the assumption that the PWA funds will be available in the early future and the authoriza tion of the local bonds contingent on receiving the federal grant of course would give Mason City a prior claim for consideration Bond Issue Contingent It should be understood Presi dent Willis Bagley pointed out that the bond issue is contingent on assistance from PWA That is stated definitely in the question to be voted on March 12 Some of the projects included in the program covered by the bond issue are of an emergeny character and will have to be financed in some other way unless applications under PWA are resumed The addition of two part time teachers to the teaching staff of the Mason City school system and the allowing of routine bills was the other major business of the session Miss Gerakllne Stenby Clear Lake will be employed three halt day periods a week at Lincoln school to relieve Miss Ellen Smith music instructor at the high school who has also been teaching at Lin coln junior high Mrs Mark Mantz Eadmar hotel will be employed at the Harding school where enroll ment has Increased this year Transportall on Refused Transportation was refused the children of Willis Rowcliffe who resides a half mile south of the Iowa State Brand creameries Streetcar transportation was requested The family lives half mile from the Madison school but preferred to send the children to Jackson and Roosevelt Joseph Clouse 78 was granted the use of water from the Jefferson school for his garden tractadjoin ing the schoolat cost if arrange ments city made for the purchase of a depuUcator f or Monroe school The request Was made by Miss Emma Rehm princi pal of the school A request for a salary raise by B C Belding jani tor at the Manual Arts building was refused Gives Report Robert B Irons superintendent of the public schools reported on the student relief program and the starting of a nursery school at the Grant building He was granted permission to attend the National Superintendents convention at Cleveland Ohio which will be held from Feb 24 until March 2 Princi pal James Rae of the high schoo was granted permission to atUnc the North Central meeting of jun ior colleges in Chicago in April Superintendent Irons stated that the school enrollment showed an in crease of 85 students in the regular attendance within the past year The school board was invited by George Streeter to attend a dinner at the Mason township school Tues day Feb 27 HEADS ASSOCIATION J H Marston of Mason City was lected president of the Iowa Auto ative Merchants association at Des Molnes Tuesday He was vice resident in 1933 and succeeds rrank Collord Jr of Waterloo as Other officers named were Floyd Hughes Council Bluffs vice presi dent and D S Kruidenier of Des treasurer Walter Ferrell of 3es Moines is secretarymanager Directors elected DaIe Norton Spencer second P J Kohlhass Al gona third F W Mathey Dubu que fifth C B Pilcher Fort Dodge seventh W W Windie Red Oak eighth PACKING HOUSE MARKET Better Meats Lower Prices SPECIALS FOR WED FRESH GROUND SAUSAGE YOUNG TENDER BEEF ROASTS STALLING FINED AND COSTS Paul Miller Is Sentenced to 30 Days in Jail for Larceny Claude Stalling Negro was fined 5100 and costs Tuesday morning by John C Shipley police judge on a charge of disorderly conduct He was arrested at his home 211 Fourth street southwest Saturday evening Paul Miller Necedah Wia was sentenced to 30 days In the cuunty jail on a charge of larceny He was arrested Saturday at the Kresge store while in the act o stealing socks and pencils Fred Ritter Mason City was fined 10 and costs on a charge of in toxication He was arrested Monda1 night at 41 Lehigh Row J L Dalgetty Auto Found at Albert Lea An auto owned by J L Dalgetty 330 Pcnsylvania avenue southeast which was stolen from in front o 306 Third street northeast last Fri day was recovered at Albert Lea Monday according to local police The license plates of the car been switched Edwin Gilbertson 84 Carpenter Succumb CARPENTER Feb Gilbertson 84 died Sunday eve nlng at his home following a stroke He is survived by his aged widow and three daughtrs The funera servicas will be Wednesday after noon nt the N L church Vlurray Asks Names for Choosing County Conciliation Boards DBS MOINES Feb 20 Ray Murray1 secretary of agricul ure appeared before the liouso to day and asked members to submit ames for the setting up of county cnciliation commitees to iron out differences between the borrower and lender He said these commit ees were needed because no two ases were alike and there could be no hard and fast rule A state con ciliation board which will work In conjunction with the county com mittees was named last week by overnor Herring Guests From Gilbert ST Ernest Shep erd and daughter Evolyn drove up rom Gilbert Friday and visited un H Sunday with their daughter and ister Mrs Max Reike and family LAWYERS CLOSE PLAINTIFF CASE Expert Testimony Given on Injuries of Miss Studer Closing their case with expert testimony by local doctors as to the extent and permanence of injuries received by Lillian Studer in an au tomobile accident last Oct 1 Miss Studers attorneys rested the 82210 damage action against Law rence Alvin and Andrew Matzen shortly after the opening of the af ternoon session Tuesday in Judge Joseph J Clarks district court Under direct examination physi cians testified that the plaintiff had received an extensive fracture of the skull and an injury to her left eye which might prove to be verma nent However she has made a good recovery according to one expert witness statement under cross ex amination by Defense Attorney John SennefC Jr J L Dalgetty driver of the car in which Miss Studer was riding at the time of the accident and one of the first witnesses called to the stand by M E Laird and M Ma son attorneys for the plaintiff stat ed that he and Miss Studer and an othercouple were returning from a dance at the Clear Lake country club about 2 oclock the morning of Dead Doctor Heals Stomach Ailments A weird story is told of a well kuown specialist reaching from the grave to curb stomach suffering Years ago this doctor created a prescription for stomach ulcers acid stomach gas pains heartburn indigestion bloating belching and other symptoms when caused by excess acid Then the good doctor died But his name brought fame after death as one user told an other of his wonderful prescrip tion In tho past six years grateful persons have written let ters telling of their recoveries Tins prescription Is now known to hundreds of thousands as the tTdga Treatment All stomach suf ferers may have a free sample by writing to Udga Suite B FootSchulze Blclg St Paul Minn The sevenday trial box of Udga Tablets Is sold under a money back guarantee of satisfaction by Michael Drug Co Ford Hopkins und other good druggists Oct 1 and had reached a point on the south Clear Lake road at the edge ot the limits of Mason City when his car collided with the Mat zen automobile He said the latter car was parked without a taillight partly on the paving and partly off Later testimony bore out Dal gettys statement as to the position of the Matzen automobile On the stand Monday afternoon in her own behalf Miss Studer 24 formerly employed as cashier at the Hanford hotel stated that she remembered none of the circum stances surrounding the accident nor anything which had happened from that time until some three or four weeks later She testified that she was not discharged from the hospital till Dec 3 and that she was taking treatments about three times a week at present Visit nt Fort Dodge Cecelia El bert and Marjorie spent the week end with their daughter and sister Mary Elizabeth student nurse at the Mercy hospital in Ft Dodge Enjoy the Thrill of Fine Quality Fresh from the Gardens TITTLE BROS PACKING Co INC PIIOXE 693 105 SOUTH FEDERAL HAMBURGER fresh ground 3 Ibs IQc BEEF SHORT RIBS leanIb 5c VEAL STEWIb 3c ROUND and SIRLOIN STEAK Ib IQc WALLEYED PIKE Ib 15c FROZEN HERRING Ib Sc CREAM CHEESE Colby H B H H Ib 23c ppiNGTiME SAVINGSPENNEYIS Just LOOK at These Spring Cottons Our Own Rondo yard wide We have thousands of yards and hundreds of patterns for you to choose What QUALITY youll say White Pique 29c We knew youd be wanting it For smart Spring trimmings skirts and must have sport dresses that can stand the strenuous life Firmly woven Never pulls Tubs beautifully inches wide extra savings price Yard Fine Yarn Cotton Cheviots Yard Foil standard construction Plain striped rheeted 28 Feast your eyes on this BLUE BONNET 3ATISTE yard Crisp sheer value Adorable pat terns Fast color vat dyed Famous Quality Yard Women who sew know vfltat a vmrfkwMc value this sttperfhte cation is Vat dye fast color All the wnnted colors Heres VALUE PENIMAID SATEEN famed for utearl yd Splendid for coat little cosl I Wanted colors 36 Breaking All Records Rayon Crepe No wonder it sells so fast Its so easy to make a smart j dress of these fetch ing prints Pure dye 39 in wide A Ifirill buy Yard AVENUE PRINTS Advance Spring patterns The Wild that makn It fun to sew And what a thrift thrill Stan dard weave 36 in color taut SEWING NEEDS Thread 5c and Iflc Bins Tape 8c Shears Hook and Eyegic and 8c Buttons 4c nnd 8e Pins 4c nnd 8c Needles jc J C Co Inc 2024 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE
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