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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 22 • 1938 THIRTEEN Mason City's Calendar Doc. 25—A n t i o c h commander. Knights Templar, observance of Christmas at il a. m. Dec. 29—Junior college homecoming dance at Hanford. Dec. 31—Globe-G a 7 e 11 c N e w Year's edition. BIERMANN HAD KEY ROLE IN CITY HALL PURCHASE Here In Mason City FOURTH DISTRICT ! Leavi "s Decker's TW g MINISTERS REPRESENTATIVE VISITS BUILDING I Legal Hurdles and Other I Delays Encountered by Municipality. For Christmas use cream for dessert. The church school Christmas pageant and party will be held at the St. John's Episcopal church Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Globe-Gaz'.'tte's annual New Year's edition will be published on the last day of this month. Thursday, Dec. 31. Birth certificates have been filed for Larry Gene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neve, 836 Tyler avenue southwest, born Dec. 2; Jeanette Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson. 100.-) •Tersey avenue northeast, born | Dec. 5: Barbara Ann, daughter of! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson, 121 SPEAK AT RITES FOR MRS. J. RAE C. E. Flynn and W. L. Dibble Have Part in Service for Local Resident. Funeral services for Mrs. James Rae, wife of Principal James Rae of the high school, were held at the First Methodist Episcopal church Monday afternoon. The Rev. C. E. Flynn, .jastor of the church, was in charge of services. Mrs. Rae succumbed at a hospital at Rochester, Minn., Thursday night following an illness of about five wMks. The Rev. William L. Dibble, long a member of the close circle of friendship of Mr. and Mrs. Rae, spoke briefly of the life of his friend and also led in prayer. "If I were to submit my indi- | vidual choice, it would be to step ' down and sit quietly, sadly while the minister speaks of her life," he said. "Mrs. Rae was one of the first women I became acquainted with when I came to Mason City. The Raes came to Mason City in ... _. , ; the summer, and I came in the fail The barbers in Mason Citv will i ^Sn^sm role in the proceedings ! P ul - c f, as j n g Asent at Decker ° f the same year ' During these . ™™ ,iii Q ^ ™ r,, D = ' U-OH ! Tha; 1S !il ° s '°'-. y of lhe citizens of. "i^'^nig "gciu a^L/ccivci yfiars j have trcasuredi very much . i Fred Biermann, Decorah, fourth j 1CP ( district, representative in congress, ' while here Monday to address the annual meeting of the Cerro Gordo county Farm Bureau, was conducted through Mason City's new! city hall. Mr. Biermann expressed astonishment at the excellent manner in which the city's old postofficej building had been adapted for city i hall purposes and took a pardonable pride in the fact that he had had a part in procuring the building for the municipality at a price that meant a substantial saving to the city. The record of the extended ne gotiations, delays and legal ciues- j tions connected with the building —Photo SAM GROW by Lock. Forty and Eight Toys Ready for Santa . . Eleventh stree; northeast, born ! from lhe tir ne it? purchase by the Dec. 11. and Gene Deiose, child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mallette 421 Adams avenue northwest. born Dec 3 j Clt - v was flrst presented in the • f'" 1 " of lfl34 U P to the completion ! : of the remodeling reveals tounh district congressman had a :!Gr New Position s ?!at Waterloo be open till 9 p. m. Tues.. \\'ed and Thurs. Master Barbers Association. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duncan and son. Dean, 322 Third street northwest, will leave Thursday for Valparaiso. Ind., where they will visit relatives over Christmas. They plan to return Monday. Mrs. Ernest V. Heap and sons, ; Jack and Harold, Ottumwa. visited , friends and relatives here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Heap. 1409 '• North Pennsylvania avenue, ac- ' companied them home Tuesday: for an oi-er the holiday.- visit. Any b'i>y wishing- to hike to the Jacob E. Decker packing plant Wednesday morning should be at i the "V at 9 o'clock in the morning, according to Evron -Beef" Karges. boys' work, secretary of Y. M. C. A" " i HIGH MASS ON CHRISTMAS DAY Choral Selections for Early Morning Service at St. Joseph's Listed. Choral selections for solemn high mass at 6 o'clock Christmas morning at St. Joseph's church will be Sleep Holy Babe: Siient Night: Introit: Domiini.; Dixit (Gregorian); Kyrie: Breunner: Gloria: Gregorian, from mas*, cum jubilo; Gradual: Gregorian: Credo III: Gregorian; Offertory: l.ieten- tur caeli (Gregorian) Adeste Fideles; Sanctus: Breunner; Benedictus: Breunner; Agnus Dei: Breunner. Communion: Ador-o Te D<-vme (Gregorian) harmonized by Waters. In Sependoribus (Gregorian). Confessions will be held at the following times: * Wednesday; 9-30-11:30 in the morning, children only. In the afternoon at 2, 5:30 and 7:,1fl, until all are heard. Thursday: 2. 5:30 and 7:30 in the afternoon untii all are heard, i Masses on Christmas day. 'o!- | lowing the solemn high mass at ; 6 o'clock in the morning, are 'i scheduled for R. 9:15 and K/-30. ' represented i lhe community who took the lead- i ing part in the project of obtaining j the structure for the city at a lowest possible price. He Got Option. It was Mr. Biormann. these pointed out, who in the fall of 1934. succeeded in getting a six- months' option for the city to purchase the building at S25.000. with the provision that for an extension of the option time the city would pay 6 per com interest. To save the expense of holding « special election on the proposition of bonding the city for S25.- 000. to purchase '.he building for city hall purposes, the city i-oi:n- oil decided to have- the vote taken at the regular city election in March. 1935. While the proposition carried by a substantial majority, it was discovered after the election that it did not procure the 60 per cent of the votes cast as required by state Plant to Join Rath Firm Monday. Sam Grow has resigned as purchasing agent for Jacob E. Decker and Sons company, effective Sat| urday, to accept a position with | the Rath Packing company of | Waterloo. He will begin his new I duties Monday morning. ! Mr. Grow has been with the I Decker plant since Oct. 4, 1911, I when, a few months after his j graduation from high school, he i went to work in the establish- i ment as sealer. He held different • clerical positions in the plant and I office and in 1915 was made pur- , chasing clerk. He gradually took i over the purchasing of supplies, machinery and tOJils for the com- j pany, which position he has held ! since. I can express, their more than friendship. Lauds Beauty of Life. "I am conscious that any words j of mine cannot approximate the | Here are the toys that will soon giadden the licarts of boys and girls in needy families as the Forty and Eighl Christmas distribution s:ets under way. These loys, sparkling- in new coats of enamel, after being: repaired by voiture craftsmen, are now ready for Santa Claus. From left to rig-lit in the picture are: Dr. T. A. Xettleton, chef de ffar(>; Mrs. ,T. C. Christiansen. Mrs. Emma Mulligan. W, J. Irving, grand cheminot of the fourth district, J. C. "Duke" Christiansen and Frank Bieth. (Locli Photo, Kaycnay Engraving) Failed tO Get "Gone ! Newspaper Carriers With Wind" at Ames Entertamed at Show CLARK, FARMER NEAR ROCKWELL, KILLED BY TREE Dog With Cap in Mouth Lets Son Know of Tragedy. ROCKWELL — Danforth S. Clark, 44, was crushed to death Tuesday at his farm 5 miles southwest of Rockwell when pinned under a tree which he had been sawing. He had been working alone and was found dead, so how the accident occurred could j not be determined. Clark had gone out to saw down a tree about 9:30 o'clock. When a son, Roger, came home and saw the family dog with his father's cap in his mouth, it was realized that something was I wrong. Clark's body was found I not far from the house, behind the barn, according to Deputy Sheriff Cal Dwan. Surviving Clark are his wife, Mae A. Clark: three children. Shirley, Virginia and Roger; two brothers. Ira Clark of Sheffield, Raymond Clark of Rockwell and a sister, Mrs. John Cable, near Thornton, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark. His mother is quite ill. beauty of her life. Beauty is sym- j g u [ "Kodaked 3S He Went"*" From Mason City Studio. G. E. Sims. 30, Newton, failed to wo Sentenced for metry of parts and shape and j every part fits into every other j part so there is nothing to jar the j first sensibility." Mr. Dibble drew from the words of Paul to show that unity was the | outstanding characteristic of a j get "Gone With the Wind," at beautiful character and a beauti-j Ames Tuesday, where police ar- .i , , ., j j i rested him on a charge of passing "Measured by these standards , . . , . , , , of Paul's, Mrs. Rae was a beauti- worthless checks, but he had been ful character. She loved society and moved in it with ease and grace, but had no ambition to be a social leader. Her social activity was used to develop and round out a complete character. "Kodaking as he went," so to I speak since his visit in Mason City ' RECOMMENDED FOR ANNAPOLIS North lowans Suggested for Two Vacancies bv Biermann. and Christmas Party Intoxication Here Seventy-two carriers of the Mason City Globe-Gazette were entertained Monday evening at a |. Christmas party at: "the Y. M. C. A. ™ Fernie Miller, 1618 Madison avenue northwest, was sentenced I and later attended the showing of i "Cain and Mabel" at the Cecil i theater as the guests of Tom Ar- I thur. manager of the Cecil, Pal- Sims was arrested at Representative Fred Biermann Ames | made 'he following recommenda- I when he attempted to cash a check i tions fol " two vacancies to occur at law for the issuing of bonds. This I . ; Visited Many Industries. his capacity as purchasing agent Mr, Grow visited numerous necessitated the calling of another. 1 election, at which time the propo- ! countr - v . silion carried by a safe margin! above the 60 per cent requirement. ! . Got I,ow Interest, j i The bonds were issued and the! city advertised for bids. They! were sold at a remarkably low in- i icrest rate, the city receiving a i . nremium of S100 on 2 per cent! Einc ' e bonds. They were purchased by the First National bank. \ The bonds before delivery had industries in various parts of the attended conventions of Purchasing Agents' association and the Institute of American Meat Packers and various other meetings in connection with his work. j "She loved her home. Man can| not make a home. He cr;n build a I house and furnish it in the most comfortable manner, but when he has finished he has merely a in payment for the book "Gone With the Wind.'' In Mason City Saturday the man was alleged to have cashed a check for S14.03 at the Lock studio for a bachelor's quarters. Only a ' wo-j camera, which he purchased under man can make a home and in this the advice "Kodak as You Go." He also was alleged to have cashed a check at the Yelland-Hanes book He has been a member of the i nobfe soul purchasing committee of the Insti- ' grace Mrs. Rae was particularly fortunate. The husband and son will miss in the days to come in their home the handiwork of this tute of American Meat Packers was organized in 1925 and Loved Religion. store, where a check turned up for $8:60 with no record of sale or no clerk remembering what the purchase was. Police at Ames said that Sim the naval academy, Annapolis, for the fourtn district of Iowa, beginning July, 1937: Principal—Gerald Carney, New Hampton. Alternates — Stanton Arcndts, Kensctt; Anthony Sies- seger, Mason City; Carl Winkler. Elkader. Principal!—Erling Hustvedt of Decorah. Alternates — William Munchoff, Lansing; Edward L. Melcher, Charles City; Donald Hayward, Nashua. All of these will take their - . . by the Globe-Gazette in Mason City and I Clear Lake, were given candy and I ice cream as treats and member- i ships in the "Y" also were given | lo the boys as Christmas presents i from the Globe-Gazette. The boys I gave a present to I. W. Hillstrom. I circulation manager. 30 days in the county Police Judge Morris Laird Tuesday on a charge of intoxication. Miller was arrested in the 200 block on South Federal avenue at 9 o'clock Monday night. John Berry, transient camp, was fined S10 and costs on a similar charge. He was arrested about 12:20 o'clock Tuesday morning at the transient farm. of their standardization tee. "She loved her religion. It was j admitted cashing false checks at i a ^dernic examinations April, In 1930 Mr, Grow was placed in commit-| part of her life. She loved it with Mason City and" Waterloo, Blank j 1 the purity and simplicity and help- checks on Mason City, Waterloo, to be passed on by Chapman and ' chal 'S e of Production and sales of Cutler, noted Chicago bond attorneys, whose opinion raised the question of validity on the grounds that the state law provided that municipalities may bond themselves for the construction of city halls, but does no; state specifically that they may issue bonds for the purchase of buildings. This made it necessary that a mandamus action br filed against the city, which wa? done in the! person of L. A. Moore, taxpayer, , fulness that in reality made Jesus j Des Moines, Milwaukee, Minneap- row attended the national convention of the E)KS at Seattle Wash., in 193!. While Mr. Grow will leave the . . , coming week-end for Waterloo challenging the validity of the; his family is to remain in Mason bonds m order to have the ques- . City temporarily, tion determined by the courts 1 " " whether the legislators when they : passed this law mean! that mu- j nicipalities had the right to issue bonds for the acquiring of a city j hall. City Solicitor H.' J. Bryant: sausage casings when Decker's started processing and finishing them for their own account. Active in Elks. Mr. Grow has been active in the iocal Elks lodge for many years, i _. •• . . , , , > „ serving as exalted ruler of the or-! lhe experience that has befallen ganization in 1B30. Mr. and Mrs. the son of God. Measured by the | oils, and Rockford, III., banks were standards of the artist, St. Paul, j found in his pockets. Mrs. Rae had a beautiful life." j Dr. Flyrm based his sermon on the courageous spirit of Mrs, Rae and called on those friends attending her services "to be not afraid. ORGAN MUSIC IS AMPLIFIED HERE The Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. S. O'Con- nnr, pastor: the Rev. Ca-1 E. Curt and the Rev. F. J. M;E,-.any. assistants. the city. Hearing on the case- was held before Judge M. If. Kepler who held the bonds were valid and thus cleared record on this point at issue. GRATTAN TAKEN BACK TO PRISON these loved one-? that have gone beyond is not as bad as it looks. They have been born into another! world in a grander finer wav. i /->i • , /-> i r>i i i ~ 'i ' ",' They are far safer, far happier, | Christmas LaroU Hayed by | ance by the Prominent Musicians at Plan Yuie Events. LUVERNE — This week promises to be a very busy one at iht- Lutheran church. The Ladies' Aid opened the Christmas season I with a party Tuesday afternoon, ! The young people's society will, | have "their'Christmas party Tues- i ed for the defendant, day evening with a program, an | j exchange of gifts and the annual) election of officers. On Christmas! I evening the outstanding event will j 'take place, the Christmas observ- entire church. Mrs. Jessie McCuiloch Granted Divorce From Robert V. McCuiloch Mrs. Jessie McCulloch was granted a divorce from Robert V. McCulloch, 341 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Monday by Judge J. J. Clark on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. They were married at Oak Park, 111.-,- Oct. 1, 1936,- according to the petition. Mrs. McCulloch was given the right to restore her former name, Jessie Dwelle. Attorney Morris Laird appeared for the plaintiff and the firm of Senneff, Bliss and Senneff appear- ; DR.J.G. CRAVEN, DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK It FIRST CEDAR RAPIDS STREET SE DESMOiwe- MASON CITY SIOUX CITY and God forbid that we should call | them back. I "While children were singing carols in the hospital of St. Mary's, the guide came to lead her home," i said Mr, Flynn. "The words of I 'Silent Night, Holy Night,' were on ' the air when she laid her hand on | the angel's arm and departed from j an old broken house to a more | beautiful one on the avenue. "Over and over I have seen ] n i.^ .~,. .. T»T, TJ T i .^11.. nil 1.1 ijv,:i i I'tivc ^r.cii the LlVll War Veteran Loses; people, after a lifetime of sacri- St. John's Church. Music appropriate to the Christmas season is being broadcast over an amplification system from the Ralph Waldo Emerson Decker memorial organ at the St. John's Episcopal church. I The broadcasts, which Monday, are from 12 started o'clock. Xurse Sues for Fay. Margaret Carolan as,<ed judgment in the amount of S363 against j l" 10 "'^ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ritz in a suit; M'°"„, filed here Tuesday in distrr:t court. She alleged that amount ,o be due her for services as registered nurse for Mrs. Ritz durii g the early part of 1933. Appeal, Right to Live at Soldiers Home. MARSHALLTOWN, (ff>,. ,' Kan Beyond Option Period. : | But the delay incurred because , of the second election and the legal : j proceedings caused the city to run • the option period almost, a ^"' n T- Grattan, 87 year old Civil | t noL1 pht. from year before the $25.000 was avail- w 'ar veteran, whose appeal from a i j ust mov ed «ble for payment to the govern- ', conviction of manslaughter in con- : ' ment. I nection with the death of Claude It first became necessary f or j Meade at Decorah in 1933, was \->- ficing labor, preparing to move from a farm where they have known hardship and poverty to a better house in town, do the ; same thing. Friends and' neigh~ I bors said they were dead. I have child thev h;ive 666 Liquid. Tnhl'tn *lv4, No«« Drop* r heck a COLDS and FEVER first day H'ftdarh*. 30 mlnulf fry "Ri!b-M7-TI»n".Wi>rltf > i PHOTOGRAPHS of Distinction Have Christinas Photos Mode Early RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. Mr. Biermann to procure this substantial extension of the option beyond th<! six months' period. The question of inlercft, which by this time was more than SI.000. j been staying at the Iowa Soldiers' raised another hurdle for the reason that the bond issue called for an even "25.[inn. the actual purchase price. Mr. Biermann was ; . , able further to aid the city by pro- i Births are Reported. curing a waiver of the interest;: . CORWITH—Mr. and Mrs. from the treasury department at i Kelch, southeast of Convith, cently denied by the supreme court, was returned to the state penitentiary at Fort Madison Monday afternoon, Grattan had home here while out on bond of. I S.5,000. Denial of the appeal automatically cancelled the band. "There Is No Death." "If I were to have a few choices in passing, I woujd be filac! if I might be called at one of the beautiful Hcriy sea-sons of tl>e year. There was still the son? on these childish lips ' sinking In the hospital, lips that thrilled with life. • Washington. This mnde it possible ! to complete the transaction for the ' S2o.00(l. On his tour of inspection of The ; building Mr. Birrmann expressed himself as immensely pleased with .'what had been accomplished in re- j mode-line the structure to fit the ! needs of the city administration. Ed 1 are Starter Generator and IGNITION SERVICE CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. Fir.t St f. W. Philosophy Sex One Instrument Most Married Men Ploy Well is Second Fiddle Don't play second fiddle to your furnace. T ; sc our Dixie Kine coal and he assured of perfect heal at all times. WAGNER Coal Co. Phcne 986 lips of wisd'om that we lose as we grow older—lips that said 'There is no death.' "Mrs. Rae was one who was always brave, who did not know what it was to have a morbid viewpoint. She had one of those courageous hearts that was unafraid to live and unafraid to pass into the existence beyond." The service closed with Mrs. Patchen playing "Silent Night, Holy Night" on the organ. , , , , i Pallbearers were R. B. Irons not omy for the present, out also! AJlen . Beck , o . A . Scott Vol \. fy A. Hanson, W. A. Westfall and F. B. Hathaway. parents of a girl born at their home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Trcnelle. northwest of Corwith. are parents of a 9'.' 2 pound girl born at their home Monday morning. j noon, until 12:30 p. m., and from 4:30 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Some of Mason City's most prominent organists are taking part in this project, including Mrs. R. E. Palton. Mrs. Elsie Ramsey, Mrs. J. E. Stinehart and Mrs. Bertha Patchen. This is a practice that the members of St. John's church hope will become a tradition in Mason City, inasmuch as the music can be enjoyed by everyone in the city. The custom originated in Honored on Birthday. MANLY — Dorothy Leslie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leslie, vas honored on her seventeenth birthday Friday evening with a party at her home. Cards v.-cre tlic diversion of the evening I with the 500 prizes going to Mrs. i Fay Webster, high: Mrs. J. J. 218-219-220 Stauner. low. Bunco winners were Shirley Fords, high; Marilyn Pool?, low. Were in Twin Cities. MANLY—Mrs. Joe Burner and son, Marvin, spent Friday in St. Paul, visiting Mis. Hancock. Mrs- Burner's mother. Mrs. Walter Leslie \vas a business visitor to Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs. J. H. Mullinex and son, John, also Richard Unchurch visited Toy- land in Minneapolis Friday. Many who s u f f er from rectal troubles would quickly seek relief if they but knew or were familiar with modern rectal office methods. - Modern rectal office practice cuts the cost, does not cause confinement, is painless, efficient and satisfactory. CORON ^ Dr.R.W.ShuItz,D.O. First National Bank Buildinft I MAX BO YD T.. C. Smith * Corona 111 E. Statf Si. Ma Off Sue Insurance Firm. r L. Hartweli and F. J. Whit- aktr, truckers, sued in district ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF London, England, where the cus- I court here for SG93 damage.;, al- torn of amplifying the traditional I Christmas carols has become an important part of the celebration of Christmas. These programs will be broadcast twice daily through Thursday. K the Standard Mutual Automobile association refused to settle a claim for a fire loss on a truck which they had insured. for many years in the future, Would Have Cost More. AT LAST A COUGH RELIEF-THAI ALSO SPEEDS RECOVERY Hemember (.he namft! It,'* VOT.EY'S HONEY & TAR! Double-actius;. One a*!, of iojrredieatg quickly snothes, relieves tickling, ha nkinff.coujth- Infi . . , coats irritated thmnt linings t.o k«ip vou from cnuphinjt- Anofher srf, reochw the nryncbial Mibc*. loosens phlegm, helps brrnk ijp I Citizens of the community who I co-operated with the council in [ making the transaction point out ! that a city hall of like character | would have cost the city twice the ; amount paid for the building and j the remodeling program, if pro- j cured at market values, having MS it docs a front of 100 feet or> Delaware avenue and extending j back IBS feet on First street south- I past. In a two rod alley. This • ground space will provide ample i room for further expansion, I should this be needed. i It was noted during the visit to 1 the building that .it is ideally equipped for offices, with lighj and ventilation from all four sides. Plans are being made by the city j officials to hold a formal opening J pf; trje. .new. .city ha-.ll, as well as . otner'municipal properties shortly I after the first of the year. Ushers were R. E. Nyquist. J. A. Grimsley, Clayton Sutherland, G. H. Kiester, John MacMillan, H. H. Boyce, Carleton Stewart and S. L. Rugland. Burial was at Elm wood ceme- COujjh Huff r.o & rn]<i and ff. . 3 uick relief and spfctird-up T/rn^ry, ntk yiir ruKRiafc for double-act tnj; FOLEY'S HONEY I JfeTAR. Ideal forohildren, too. Gota bottle today. Rheumatic Conditions J/ you suffer from arthritis, neuritis, sciatica, or any rheumatic condition, don't suffer longer. It is unnecessary. Recovery is now possible. A way has been found. A Post Card will reveal to yotf without cost or obligation just how you, too, may £ct weil this non-medical revolutionary way. Address Victoria Sanatorium (The Ball Health School) Dcpt. C., Ccifax, Iowa. ROBES SILKS AND FLANNELS IN LOUNGING ROBES AND COCKTAIL CO ATS REGULARLY PRICED AT Complete Auto Electric Service For All Cars and Trucks JACOBY Battery and Electric Service 110 S. Delaware Phone 319 Numa Celebrated Chunks IOWA'S £*f *f£f TON BEST COAL S*3«7j CASH Thousands of homes use this Iowa Coal. It will pay you to try it. Fill your bin at this Bargain price. Iowa Nut $ 5 25 « s » We also have a full line of good Eastern Kentucky and Illinois Coal. Green Coal Co. — Phone 163 309 THIRD STREET S. W. to OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS THE1HUB ON FEDERAL JUST OFF STATE

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