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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
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MASON'CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 14 • 1937 SEVEN Hancock National Bank | Annual Meeting Held' GARNER—Garner's only bank, the Hancock National, held the; annual meeting of stockholders Tuesday afternoon. Dividend! checks of 5 per cent had been mailed earlier. Deposits during the past year were 3580,525.79; loans and discounts, S255.053.67: cash on hand. 8273,239.52. The old directors were elected. They are C. H. Nelson, Nat A. Buck. N. E. Brear, Ray Ford, John Love. William Boehnke and J. S. Wesson. The | directors re-elected C. H. Nelson, i president: Nat A. Buck, vice pres- I ident and cashier: H. H Ollen- | berg, assistant cashier, and W. L.! Baggs, assistant cashier. IET V i Claire Dodd and Her "Surprise" Proposes Fine for Disturbing Worship Our sympathy jjoes out to the man who comes homo dog-tired only to find his wife feeling kittenish.—X. Y. Times. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER ANY SIZE—ANY STYLE LATEST MOULDINGS RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Phone 2272 Next J. C. Penney Co. Benefit Card Party Sponsored by Alchor Shrine at P. G. & E. Eighteen tables of bridge and 500 were played at the benefit party spcnsored by Alchor Shrine, No. 6, order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem at the P. G. and E. assembly room, Wednesday night. Mrs. Archie T. Woods and Mrs. Jess Mathewman of the activity committee had charge of the The 6:30 covered dish dinner will be in charge of Mrs. George O. Farrar. FAMILY DISPUTE IS BROUGHT TO MYERS TO SOLVE Refreshments were served by Mrs. George Schmaehl and committee. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Hazel MCollough, R. A. Washburn, Mrs. M. W. Bums, R. E. | Johnson, H. W. Knutson. Mrs. O. j T. Anderson, William Henkel, A. i C. Kluck, Mrs. H. W. Knutson, W. j H. PaUcrson, Mrs. R. Schiffman i anH Mrs. M. Youngdale. The door I prize ">vas given to Mrs. Jack Weir. The shrine will hold a stated meeting in the Masonic temple on Tuesday Jan. 19, at 7:30 o'clock. DR. GARRX C. MYERE, PH. D. Child Psychologist. All too often for my comfort, parents and children will write me saying they have agreed to abide by my decision on some disputed family problem. 1 surely disliked to .disappoint the Minnesota boy \vho wrote: "We have agreed to abide by your decision as to whether it is safe and advisable for a boy 12 years lod to receive a .22 gun for Christmas. "I inclose a three cent stamp (3c) for your reply, and thanking you and hoping that your decision is in rny favor, I remain, •'BILLY BUSCH." Officers Installed After Election at Forester Meeting Officers were elected and installed by Midland court No. 226 Independent Order of Foresters Wednesday evening at a meeting in Moose hall. William P. Chamberlin was elected court deputy; Herbert L. 'Boothroyd, chief ranger; Vern E. Mott, vice chief ranger; Mrs. Boothroyd, recording secretary; Mrs. Mott, financial secretaary; Orlando Belseth, treasurer; Mrs. Chamberlin, orator; Mrs. H. Kennedy, organist; Mrs. Belseth, senior woodward; Elizabeth Funston, junior woodward. Henry Kuppinger was named senior beadle: Joe Johnson, junior i beadle; Mrs. S. A. Bemis and Mrs. Willis Bemiss. trustees; Mrs. F. G. Freitag and Sidney Bemis, finance committee; Mr. Bemis, past chief ranger. The newly elected officers were installed by the high vice chief But how could I do otherwise? j ranger, Mr. Chamberlin. At the Special January Event! Cleverly Styled.. Smartly Furred.. Skillfully Made.. Sale Priced! Tomorrow . . . A marvok'!!-; chance for savings! Stunning sport and dressy coats that achieve superb flattery with magnificent collars . . . clever sleeves . . . interesting details' Many are adorned with gorjreous furs . . . others are attractively self-trimmed—all are carefully made from sturdy fabrics! Remarkable For outstanding individuality— luxuriously furred coats are unsurpassable! Fabrics of unequalled quality are cleverly fashioned into the newest silhouettes—topped with distinctive collars of sjlect Wolf, Cross Fox, Marrnink, Fitch, Jap Coon! Rare •/allies! FUR COATS Now is the Time to Save! Beforf fur pnrcj gn hichrr—FC!TI a coraenu:: fitted nr yv.-ncsrcr fur cnst of fumptuou." Northern Seal nr .Lapin ... so Munnir.c with individual ripplr nr wing rr>llar< They're v.-nrth riccirtrdiy morr! 59 50 DRESSES $>|95 4 Reduced for Clearance! All taken from regular higher priced stock and reduced for instant closeout! Not all sizes in every style—but a huge variety to choose from! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE And the boy whose mother wrote i from Connecticut: i Bess for Rifle. | "My son aged 13 has been beg- I ging for an air rifle or BB gun. i When I refused him he said, 'Why ! don't you write to Dr. Myers and i see what he says about them?' " ! To my fellow parents, let me ; suggest that when you are sure the granting of a request to your ' child is very perilous to him,'fiave | no arguments about it. Say no ] and let it be final—i. e., if you I have done so up to now, and have : trained your child from early in: fancy in the unambiguous mean- I ing of "no.'' rarely heard. Other- i wise do the best you can. j The greatest danger from a bow j '; and arrow, BB gun, or real gun, is j i no? to the child who learns to use ' it, but to innocent other children who may be looking on. 1 have | n friend who is an eye surgeon. 1 close of the ceremony, refreshments were served by the entertainment committee headed by Willis Bemiss. Social Calendar DES MOINES, W 3 )—Senator L. H. Doran (R) of Boone filed today a bill to impose a S100 fine for any person ''disturbing worship'' on Sunday. THURSDAY Girl Reserve advisers— 6 o'clock, Mrs. Lyle Pickford, 204 Seventh street northeast, pot luck dinner. Garfield P. T. A.— 7:30 o'clock, school, open house. Live-Y-crs— 7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A.. "Money Management" by Carl A. Parker, "The Budget Ghost," T. N. T. club. R. X. A. lodge— , 7:30 o'clock. Moose hall, installation of officers, oyster supper for members and famib'es, Hollywood was surprised when it'learned that Claire Dodd, screen actress, known in private life as Mrs. J. Milton Strauss, has a three month old baby son, John Michael Strauss. "It never has been a secret," says the actress, "but nobody asked us." Miss Dodd has been married to Strauss, a prominent realtor, for five years. That, also, was a secret. Bills to Provide for Snow Removal Costs Filed by Sioux Cityan DES MOINES. (.4*) — Senator Tom E. Murray (D) of Sioux City filed Thursday two bills to take care of the expense of snow removal in Sioux City last winter. One would legalize a ?62,CS4 emergency expenditure and the second would empower a $40,000 tax levy. | Herman Hayes New Polk County Agent DES MOINES. (/P)—Herman City, was named to succeed Hayes has served as Woodbury county agent for the past nine years. I-Tis appointment is effective Feb. 8. Returns From DCS Moin>s. ROWAN — Miss Angie Barnes, chief telephone operator of Rowan, returned from Des Moines to take up her duties after spending two months' vacation with her mother and nephew, who arc liv- Veronica Kenefick Bride of New York Man; To Go on Trip EAGLE GROVE—Miss Veronica Kenefick of Eagle Grove and Arthur M. Doenecke of Brooklyn, N Y were married Thursday, Jan. 14, at the St Vincent Ferrers priory, in Brooklyn, by the Very Rev/T. S. McDermott, O. P. The attendants were Miss Juanita Kenefick of Rochester, Minn., sister of the bride, and Justus Doenecke of Brooklyn, brother of the bridegroom. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Kenefick of Eagle Grove; a graduate of Sacred Heart school in Eagle Grove, and attended the Iowa State university. For about 10 years past she has been the assistant postmistress in Eagle Grove. Mr. Doenecke is a member of the firm of Justus D. Doenecke and Son, Inc., building contractors in Brooklyn; was educated in Hayes, Sioux Polk county agent Frank J. Reynolds. the Ethical Culture school in New York, and Dartmouth college, Hanover, N, H. A wedding dinner Girls' Triangle club— 7:30 o'clock, Mrs, D. L. Kratz. 510 Ninth He tells me of the scores of children who lose an eye from their air rii'le. Had BB Gun. FRIDAY My youngest boy at the age of i Central Lutheran Southeast 12 was allowed to have a BB gun I croup — nt our summer home which is on Mrs. J. G. Hansen. the edge of a forest, with the un- street southeast, derstanding that it would be used Christian Workers — only ,n accordance with certain 2:30 o'clock, church parlors, definite rigid rules, and would dis- hostess, division 6, program di- ?.ppe;ir forever if one of these rules vision 5. were violated; that, furthermore, it Harmony Guild — never could be taken to the city. 1 o'clock, Congregational church. He lived up to these rules so faith- St. John's Guild — fully that he was allowed at tne 1 o'clock, Mrs. G. S. Avery, 22'A age of 13 to buy from his savings Second street northeast, a .22 rifle, to be used only under Wilson P. T. A. — supervision, never to be shown 2:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. Ward other boys who would come Hamilton, speaker, around, and never to be taken to j Jefferson P. T. A. — the city. j 2:30 o'clock, school. Miss Lydia Think of the tragedies from Barrette, speaker, board meet- children using guns owned by | ing at 1:30 o'clock. ERWIN M. RILEY TO WED AT MOLINE Miss Lulu May Mfcck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Mock of Mercer, Mo., will become the bride of Erwin M. Riley, formerly of Mason City, at Moline, 111., Saturday. They will make their home at 1127 Fifteenth street in Moline where Mr. Riley is employed by the John Deere Plow Works. He went to Moline a few weeks ago j after completing three years in the regular army. Visitor From Renwick. ROWAN—Miss Jsnnet Cloweny of Renwick is spending a week in the home of Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Keith. ing there while business college. he is attending was served at the Barbizon Plaza hotel in New York, and they will leave Saturday on a three weeks' cruise in the West Indies on the steamship Queen of Bermuda. Father McDermott, who performed the marriage ceremony, is a son of the late W. J. McDermott, a former roadmaster of the Chicago and North Western, northern Iowa division, at Eagle Grove. —o— Will Install Friday. LIME SPRINGS—Utopia chapter, O. E. S., will hold an open installation in the Masonic hall Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Worthy matron is Mrs. Florence Jones. Visitors From Missouri. ORCHARD—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kruger and daughter, Patricia, of Center, Mo., are here at the Fred Kruger home to spend a few months. Patricia will attend school while here. —o— Leaves for Clinton. GARNER—Mrs. J. E. Wichman closed her home and left on the j bus for an indefinite stay in the home of her daughter snd son-in- law. Dr. and Mrs. Les Fcnlon, Clinton. —o— Coasting Injuries Fatal. ATLANTIC, (IP)— Ernest Dorsey, 19, of Anita, died here of injuries suffered in a coasting accident near Anita. WHEN KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES YOU TO GET UP NIGHTS When Bladder is Irritated When Passage Is Difficult When Backache Bothers Flush Poisonous Waste and Acid From Kidneys GAIN IN HEALTH If you aren't feeline just richl— arc m-rvous— havy dizzy spells and occa- .-ional backache— study your kidneys and learn more about yourself. Through the delicate filters dt trc kidneys, acid and poisonous wjstc are drawn from the blood and dis'h.irjrcd from the body tbrouch the bladder— sometimes these filters become logged wiih poisonous waste and kidneys do not function properly—th.«y need a Eood cleaning- , ,. . One reliable medicine, highly efficient and Inexpensive is GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules—you cnn't Ko wrong on this Brand medicine for it has been helping people 'or 50 ye.v.-s— to correct their aches and rcair.s and 10 banis.'i uric acid conditions, the aggravation of sciatica, neuritis, neuralgia, lumbago .ln<t rheumatism. So il you have such symptoms of Kidney tro'uble as backache, nervousness, getting up two or three limes during the night—scanty, burning or smai'tmj: passage—lee cramps—moist palms or puffy eyes get a 35 cent package of this grand and harmless diurc!ic at j.ny modern drugstore—it starts the first day on its errand of hclpfuless. But be sure it's GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules—the original— 1he genuine—ri«ht from Haarlem M Holland, ndults in the home. With very few exceptions, all firearms should be kept under Inck and key where there are children. However, some children arc so well trained as never to touch anything clearly forbidden, even while the parents are absent and no one else is supervising them. It can be done. But it almost never is. One thing more. Let us train the child from babyhood never to throw stones at any one, nor to fight with sharp sticks: that while Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A.—• 7:30 o'clock, school, the Rev. Roy W, Peyton, speaker. Tuckabatchce class— Mrs. W. E. Gildner, 217 Fifth street northwest, Mrs. E. R. Dunlop, Mrs. C. B. Sherman, Mrs. William Glanville. St. James Ladies aid— Division 2, Mrs. S. Underwood, 215 Twenty-fourth street southwest; division 3. 2 o'clock, Mrs. Elsie Slock, 428 Fifth street southwest. is proper to fight in self-defense j p res bytcrian Missionary society. with the bare fisis, it is always cowardly to fight with weapons. —o— Kinney, Mason City, on Nora Springs Program NORA SPRINGS—A one act play, "While the Toast Burned," will be given in the high school auditorium Thursday evening at n o'clock. C. K. Kinney of Mason City, will give a half hour of im- i personations. The entertainment is sponsored by the Epworth league • under the direction of Rosella j Dancliffe, with Charlene Dins- i more. Dale Alfred, Mary Hendcr-] son, Charles Kennedy and Mar- i jory Alfred comprising the cast in the play. 2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne, talk on "China." Mrs. H. C. Johnson, devotions, Mrs. C. Garnsworthy, Mrs. Lulu Richardson, Mrs. D. Stott, hostesses. HELP KIDNEYS Clean Out Poisonous Acids Your Kidneys contain 9 million tiny tubes or filters winch may be endangered by nekleet or drastic. irntatinfj drugs. Be careful. If functional Kidney or Bladder disorders make you suffer from Getting Up Night*, Nervousness. Loss of Pep. Leg Pains, Rhcumntjc Pains. Dizziness. Circles Undor Eyes, Neuralgia. Acidity. Burning. Smarting or Itching, rinn'i take chances. Got thr doctor's Cir/ininiced proscription Cyst ex. the most morirrn nrivan^eri treatment for these i roubles, sin.nno.'in rirnosiied with Bank of America. LOP Angeles. California, guarantees thai Cyst ex must bring new vitality in 4fi hours anri mnke you fee] years ymincer In one week or money bnck on return of empty package. Tele- phono your druggist for guaranteed CyMex 'Siss-Trxi today. PHONE 724 Clear Lake Marshall & Swift, Inc. Complete Service • Quality Cleaning! New Modern Laundry! Latest Styles in Fur Coats! • For Highest Quality Workmanship 119 North Fourth Street Mrs. John Wiley, 323 Rhode Island avenue southeast, Mrs. J. T. Laird, leader. Queen Rebekah Lodce— 7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, program at 9 o'clock. Kill Kare Klub — P. G. & E. auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dunn, hosts. Progressive club— Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Files. Pleasant Ridee club— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, im- promptu-sprogram. —o— LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS CARD PARTY Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor a card party Tuesday afternoon at 2 j o'clock at the P. G. and E. auditor- | ium. Mrs. Earl K. Howe and Mrs. Vic Randall are in charge of arrangements. WILSON P. T. A. fO MEET FRIDAY Wilson P. T. A. will meet Fri- : day afternoon at, 2:30 o'clock at the school for a program which will include n talk by Mrs. W. R. Hamilton and piano solos by Lois Conover, Sally McMichael and Theo Hunt. Manuscript writing will be demonstrated by Miss Helen Green's first grade and creative art by the second grade. Refreshments will be served by the second grade mothers with Mrs. Jackson in charge. —o— JEAN DEVOE WILL PRESENT PUPILS Jean DeVoe will present a group of her piano pupils in recital Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at her home, 1010 Jefferson avenue northwest. In the group are Jack Benson, Dosia Carlson. David Gilbertson, Burton Gindler, Herbert Gindler, Betty Lou Greenman, Jean and Sara Houser, Mildred Milligan, Robert Powell and Adell Robinson. —o— MINNESOTA PAIR LICENSED TO WED Howard A. Kuehn, 23, Minneapolis, and Etola G. Guse, 18, St. Paul, have obtained a marriage license here. 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