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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 2, 1931
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1 Mason City News on This Page FEBRUARY 2 1931 North Iowa's Home Newspaper f soe City's Caleedar Feb. 3--Y. W. C. A. annual mem- bership'meeting, G:30 o'clock. Feb. 4-5--Elks ministrel show at high school auditorium. Fell. 7.--U. C. T. regular monthly meeting and dinner at the P. G. and E. auditorium at fi:30. Fcl). 9--Annual P. G. E. Employes club dance at the armory. Feb. ti, IS, IK--Tombola at St. Joseph's Parish Hall. ..Here in Masoe City TURNER TO GIVE MEMORIAL ADDRESS LAKE TOWNSHIP FIRST IN BUREAU Phone ALLISON 431 for the het- ter Iowa Lump Coal. Its clean 57. St. Paul SS.55 -by bus. Jefferson Bus Depot. Phone 174. Kceler Farms Company announces change of location to 1514 No. Fed. Ave.. over Gildner Bros. Clothing Store. \ Your Imluher has domestic' rnl- bit. For information phone N. Iowa Rabbit Breeders Ass'n. 3305. Your butcher has domestic rabbits. Notice--On and after this date I will not be responsible for any debts contracted for by anyone other than myself. Vernon Bclseth. Get /the habit. Eat more rabbits. N.. la. Rabbit Breeders Ass'n Chicken pie dinner Union S.oni- orial church Tues.. Feb. 3, 1931, 5:30 p. m. Tickets 50c. Horace S. Uoemer, X-Ilay Kx- traction of Teeth. Penney Bldg. Chicken pie dinner Union Memorial church Tues.. Feb. 3, 1931. 5:30 p. m. Tickets 50c. ^Vondcrful .cleaning service at low prices. Men's suits OOc, two for T5c. Women's dresses SOe with exception of some pleated dresses. Any overcoat or woman's coat 75c. Apparel called for and delivered. New Model- Unique, phone 49. 10-1 South Federal. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted after this date, Feb. 2, 1931, by anyone o.ther than , myself. Raymond Wenrich. ~ "Birth certificates have been file;' in the office of the clerk for Robed William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Staley, Burchinal. born Jan. 10- Clarence Ray, son o£ Mr. and Mrs Pitzenberger, Rockwell, born Nov. 2S, and John Maurice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cleveland Lewio Rockwell, born Nov. 29. Frank \V. Chamber:;, ljuvyer announces change of location to 205 Second Floor, M. B. A. Building. Farms For Rent FOR RENT--80 ACRES-Located 1 mile west and I'/i miles south ot' Grat'toii, known as the F. G. Elilers 80, improved, will rent on share or cash rent. Present tenant's name E. W. Erickson. Also 80 acres unimpuov- ed, close to Mason City limits. Phone ISi Kre-sgc Bhlg. Daly Epigrams! The more bread the baker makes the more he kneads. £^ W.J-DALYCc PtUMBINO jpara .HEATING AUTO GLASS SIZES TO ORDER Replace thai broken windshield or side window--we cut the plate glass to exact size and perfect fit here. MEMORIAL SPEAKER Winning Play to Be Entered in State Meet at Ames This Week. Lake township with its play The Valiant" won first place at the econd annual Cerro Gordo county arm Bureau contest at the high chool auditorium Saturday night. Irs. J. J. Wallace of the extension ervice, Ames, judged the produc- ons. The winning play will compete in he stale drama contest to be held connection with the Farm and lome week at Iowa State college, mes, this week. The other t!\ree ompeting township plays of the aturday night* competition were ot ranked by Mrs. Wallace. The part of James Dyke, the pris- ner, was played by Raymond Nick- rson in "The Valiant" the story of tremendous sacrifice made by a ilrderer who killed because bn new he was right. Robert Findson ook the part of Warden Holt. Splendid Acting: "A splendid piece ot" 'acting" was he expression used by Mrs. Wallace o characterize the work done in he play.. "Altho I have read the lay many times, I am not ashamed o admit 1 sat on the edge o f my eat and wept when I saw the .rania tonight." Mrs. Wallace said. Thelma McKibben took the part if Josephine Paris, sister of the ondemned man and Robert Fur- eig-h played the role of Robert Daly, he prison chaplain. "The Valiant" vas written by Holworthy Hall and Robert Middleman. Three other plays, all. of a lighter nature than "The Valient" were produced by competing townships. The acting of Dan Neil McArthur is Albert Bell, a high school hoy vho falls for thf first time in love in Not Quite Such a Goose" was mentioned by Mrs. Wallace who com- jared the part to that o£ Tom Saw er. The play was produced by Limt Creek township. Mrs. A. P. Wayr- auch played the part of Mrs. Belt: Alma Avise, the part of Sylvia Bell: ucille Goodin the part of Hazel Henderson and Cecil Avise the part of Phillip Flick. The play was written by Elizabeth Gale. 1'lays Mother's l*art. Mrs. Fred O'Harrow played thf leading roll in "Mothers on Strike.' a play by Carl Webster Pierce presented by Owen township* Mrs. John Coyle took the part of Mrs. Warren; Allen McClinthen acted as Bob Stanton, Jr., a freshman in high school: Mrs. Dan Coyle was Ruth Stanton. a 'high school senior ami George Hitzhusen took the part of Robert Stanton, a businessman. Hugh Co.yle played the part of John Warren, another businessman. Union township presented "Tea Leaves" a comedy-drama by E. A. Wright. Sue Winston, an unmarried older sister, was played by Nellie Olson. Ooal Hanson took the part of Delia Winston, a flapper, and Mrs. Roy Badker · was Louise Taylor, a young married woman. Robert Nichols played as Ed Winston and Gilbert Miner as Arnold Powers. "I'm glad to see a steady improvement in drama programs--especially in the matter of selection," declared Mrs. Wallace who complimented the local productions highly. "After a group of persons has worked fnr weeks, it will agree n play must have .some value, literary or spiritual to make it live and to make it worth all the work n n l energy the production of a good play demands. Worlh Giving Aguiu. "Every one of the plays presented here tonight are worth giving again and again and I hope you will all continue to work on them and will present them several limc.'i more in the county. "Some of you have come a. Ion way to see these plays tonight, and you will want to think them OVI.T for. a long while. Every one here tonight knows which play he wants to see win. I wonder if his opin ion will be unchanged a m o n t h from tonight after he has thot about the dramas." Miss Christine Cowper, London. Gov. Dan Turner. Will Help Mason City honor her soldier dead iti the observance here on Memorial (lay. A PRACTICAL MONEY AID Cartifnl Hint will livnl y nrKiuiizalLnti (-wry time y t /iclp. For ii.s /lit 1 nne idan mem tlip m-pils cf people rmirn-y i.s sh( i rl- \vlien l/i i to iLi. uunl -- let o nit,'li''tinics. r |,,nns li;!p omfi in ;inil .s plerwanl this t! rioi'il finniu'ial ilrsiKnfil Jus! IfJ like ymi. win ;ri iiiul i-XfienR Ilili- over II linw sn-nil UNITED who is in the United Slates making study of vocational education, spoke briefly between plays. Miss Cowper, who is especially interested it! 4-H club work, is spending the week at Iowa State college whero she will attend the Farm and Home week program. "There is nothing so thrilling as trying out plays," dsclared Misn Cowper who expressed an unusual interest in amateur dramatics. She went on to tell ; of an amateur group of players in London of which she is a member. "We are trying to do the same kind of thing you are doing here," sh« said. Professionals Help. "One of the things most helpful to our London group is the service of several professional members. Altho they belong to the old school of acting and have many ideas of dramatic production now considered old fashioned, they are of inestimatablc value to us." . Miss Cowper also told of a League of Service, a band of young professional dancers, actors and musicians which travels in a caravan to help amateurs who would otherwise have little opportunity to know the pos- sibilitics of dramatics. The leagui also gives help in the matters o protierties and scenery Miss Cowpe; saiil. In an interview at the close of tin contest, Miss Cowper related how : mechanic who started in amaleu plays in London is now one of the well paid .actors there. "Mechanic, are so poorly paid with us too, yoi know," she said. Knows Joys. "I've been thru it all and know the joys and sorrows of amateur dramatics," Miss Cowper said and expressed herself as being pleased with the Cerro Gordo productions and said she thot they were excellently done. "I like your perfect weather in lowi',"' she said and admitted she- was slaying a week longer at Ames than she had intended to do. "I had friends who told me I would like Iowa." she said. Music between acts was furnished by high school students under the direction of Gerald Prescott of the high school music department. Earl Sweet Enjoined for Booze Violation Earl Sweet was enjoined from further violation of the liquor laws by Judge Joseph J. Clark in the district court Saturday, following a short hearing. The i n j u n c t i o n v. - a. granted on the application of County Attorney Roe Thompson. Sheriff Returns Man Here to Answer Charges Rdward Dittberner was return-Kl to Mason City Saturday by Sheriff G. F,. Cress. The nuin is wanted here to answer a charge of w i f e desertion. 1,1 50 Feet of Hose Used to Combat Fire m Frame Dwelling F'iremen were forced to use 1,- 1T0 feet of hose to carry water to the burning home of Mrs. Ida Schmidt, 1022 Eighth street southeast. Saturday afternoon. The near- fliU v hy(lrnnt to the house, which it: near t h e intersection of Kentucky avenue, was at Eighth street and Virginia avenue southeast. If the hydrant could not have been reached the house would have been lost, Chief Dan Shire said. The fire, which started around a defective connection in a slove pip - running thru a p a r t i t i o n , hurneil thru the kitchen, d i n i n g room and into a bedrom and was b e g i n n i n g V break into (he attic, Chief Shire said. The house is a one story f r a m e dwelling. LICENSE PLATES MUST BE PLACED, SAYS INSPECTOR S t a t e O f f i c i a l Explains Chauffer Law by Quoting Code. All automobiles on streets ami highways must carry 3931 licenses after Feb. 5. according to Max H. Stucler, state automobile' inspector. If anyone has his 1931 license plates he must have them on his cai that time, Mr. Sluder sniil. Persons, driving automobiles without new license plates on streets .ml highways after Fen, 5 are subset to arrest and tines, he said, -lowever, if cars are kept from streets they do not have to have a icense at once but must pay a SI a month penalty when the license is taken out, Mr. Studer said. However f the licence is not taken out by May 1 the car may be advertised and sold, he added. A number of questions concerning .he chauffeur law come to the office each day, Mr, Studer said, am) quoted section -18S3, article (i of the [owa motor vehicle law to clear up the confusion. ' "Chauffeur' shall mean any person who operates an automobile in -he transportation of persons or freight and who receives any compensation for such service in wages, commission or otherwise, paid directly or indirectly, or who as owner or employe operates an automobile carrying passengers or freight for hire, including drivers of hearses ambulances, passenger cars, trucks, light delivery, and similar conveyances: provided, however, that tlii« Power's Stringed Four to Play for Lions Club The Lions club will be entertained this week by the Joe Power string ensemble. The program will be opened with Intermezzo from Cav ailera Rusticana. LaEstrellita (Mexican Love Song), by Ponce, is next on the program with "The Mill" b.\ Raff following next. Mrs. Power wii' play Ball's "Who Knows?" as i cello solo and the program will be completed with "Bells of St. Mary's" by Adams, and "Ballet Egyptien" (first and second movements) by Luigini. The program is pleasantly anticipated by members of the club. SPEAKER AS CITY SUSPENDED PEN SENTENCE GIVEN Felidan Pat«aude Paroled to Two Sheriffs by Judge KeHey. Frlician Patnaude, brot here by ''loyd county authorities, pleaded "Uiitv before Judge C. H. Kellev VIonday morning on a county attdr- -loy's information charging him vith concealing mortgaged prop- rty. definition shall not include manu facturers' agents, proprietors of garages and dealers, salesmen, mechanics, or demonstrators of automobiles in the ordinary course of their business, nor to employes op- crating motor trucks for parties engaged in agricultural enterprises nor to any individual owner actualU driving and operating liis own motor vehicle in the business of transfer ring and drayage of baggage, trucking, and cartage for hire. G. E. CESS TO He given an indeterminate entenco of not more than f i v e years n the penitentiary at Port Madison, vhich was suspended on good be- »avinr. The defendant was paroled ointly to Sheriff B. F. Alhorlcm of loyd county and the sheriff of Richland county. North Dakota. The state was represented by bounty Attorney F.. C. Hardwig and he defendant by Wesley Henke of Charles City. .Patnaude was charged w i t h talt- ng an automobile from Floyd coun- Ly to Richland county. Gashel Announces Plans for Signal Observance of May 30 Here. Gov. Dan W. Turner is to give the address at Mason City's Memorial day observance May 30, according to an announcement made Monday by Ed Gashel, chairman of the local memorial committee. This will likely be Mr. Turner 1 '? first visit to Mason City since becoming governor anil the occasion will be the first time for many years that a governor has given the address here on Memorial day. Altho other arrangements for t h r observance of Memorial day will not be started until the committee meets the first part of April, it is the plan of that body to make this memorial observance one of the outstanding ones in the history of the city, Mr. Gashel said. The memorial committee is mado up of representatives from the three veterans' organizations, the Grand Army of the Republic, the United Spanish War veterans and the American Legion, as well as of Bother patriotic bodies. City Council to Meet Tuesday Afternoon The first monthly meeting of the city council will be held at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the council chambers in the city Imll. The time of meeting was changed from Monday forenoon at the last meeting of the council. DR. W. O. MAUCH DENTIST Weir Bldg. Phone 872 · Boston Bull Dog Held by Police at Station! A brindle Boston bull dog was picked up on Fourth street southwest and is being held by police. The dog wore no collar. It may be claimed if identified, police said. AulomoliHi' Upholstering Aiilo Tops and fainting Wrecks --- Woodwork K A f t l H E K AUTO BODY SHOP I'liono 855 315 S. LnuJMiin IMPERFECT VISION is not always apparent to the; person so handicapped. See Dr. II W. Kiratson, O. D. Ovor .J. C. 1'iniiu'v Slorn DR. A. OSHANA Physician and Surgeon UIIEUMA.TISM SPECIALIST Office--100 First National Buu! Phone 153(1 DR. T. S. CLARK OSTKOPATIHC I'SIYSICIAN K.A1J, IS'OSK, TH11OAT ·12!) M. K. A. I'lionn :;i!:: AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. James Manner, 1406 Massa chusetts avenue southeast, was dismissed from Story hospital Sunday with her Infant son. i Joan Armstrong, 632 Sixth plane southeast, underwent a minor operation at Park hospital Saturday. Ruby Yincman, Scarville, w h j Representative o f L o c a Council to Speak on Safety. G. E. Cress, sheriff of Cerro Gordo county, has accepted an invitation to give the principal address at the ninth annual mid-western safety conference at the banquet, session at the Stevens hotel. Chicago, March !5. Mr. Cress is speaking on behalf of the Mason' City safety council and is acting in the canocity of chairman of public safety. The Chicago speech will make the second appearance of Mr. Cre-'s before the group. He spoke at the Kansas City moeting last year. "Human Safety--a Nationm Problem" will be the subject of AM;. Cress' address. The*Chicago meetin f c is the .second largest safety meeting in the United States and includes states west of Chicago to the coa-t. The national meeting is the only one larger. Mason City is the only city in the state to have a locnl safety council and the invitation to speak comc.s as a recognition of the work dot;*; by the local safety council, Mr. Cre.; said. Work done in local industr : i' plants has received national recognition in industrial condition reports. Local Persons Hurt in Auto Accident Improve Mrs. Jane A. Lien is considerably underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Sunday. J. P. Hagan. Plymouth, who un derwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, w/is dismissed Sunday. Mrs. F. W. Pierce. Gordonsvillc, Minn., was admitted to Park hospital for examination and treatment Saturday. Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Titonka. who underwent a major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Saturday. Mrs. Ted Fredericks, Buffal.. Center, was dismissed from Park hospital Saturday following treatment. Clark Warner, 10 Monroe avenue northwest, was dismissed from Park hospital Saturday following a. minor operation. Mrs. Dean Glanville and baby girl. Central Heights, were dismissed from Park hospitnl Saturday. Miss Dorothy Hanner, SOS Delaware avenue northeast, was dismissed from Story hospital Saturday following treatment. A son was horn to Mr. and Mr:-. Sylvan Olson. Forest City, at Mercy hospital Sunday. .1. G. Fell. 'M2 Twelfth street northwest, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Sunday following n minor operation. Mildred and Charlotte Lantz, '12'. First street northeast, were dis missed from Mercy hospital Sunday folowing minor operations. Bernard True, Rockwell, was admitted to Park hospital for trea:- mcnt Sunday. William Swehla, 23 Kighth street southwest, was admiled to Park hospital for a minor operation Sunday. Mrs. George Raw, Clear Lake, i who underwent a major operation | at Park hospital, was dismissed j Sunday. John Cunningham. Dougherty, Scout Fraternity to Broadcast Program The Ornricon chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega, a national hororary scouting fraternity of the University of Iowa, is planning lo broadcast a program anniversary week, which will feature several phases of scouting. The local Kagle scout, William Bartmcss, assistant scoutmaster of troop 3, Mason City, is an active member of this chapter. On the last program that was broadcast by this chapter, it announced an Iowa Winter Hikin club. Any scout who takes a hike of at least 10 miles during the winter and sends in a 250 word report of the hike, with the approval of his scoutmaster, will be awarded a membership certificate. These reports should be sent to the area scout office, so they can be recorded. It is almost a certainty that this council would have a number of members of this club if they would report t h e i r hikes. UP TO /"VTVT K U K N l T t H i K \Ji\ AUTOMOKIUCS MUSICAL I N S T R U M E N T S A N D OTHKK SUt!UUITII''.S C o n f i d e n t i a l Loan Service 228 S. I''ed. 1'h.ono 3(i(l Have Your Car WASHED or GREASED Good Records Made by Typing Classes Myrtle AlbeiT.s third hour typing class in the high school had the highest class average in tests held last week. It had a rate of 26 words a minute. The second hour class was next with an average oC 22 words a minute. The fifth hour class was last with the average of 20 words a minute. These are for 10 m i n u t e tests for beginners. A mistake was made when this article was given Saturday in the Cub-Gazette. The article stated the classes made between '10 and HO errors. The class average was only between five nnd six errors. PHONE 216 Transfer Storage Co. OI-'KIOK :!(:( I'Hghlh Street. S i i u l h u c s l LAPINER MOTOR CO. A ONE-STOl 1 SUUVICIC 1 l!lo!lt South of I'ostofficc Tho Brightest Cornor in Town Is a daily delight it you cat in this clean, modern Cafe. Ask for the Special BLUt; PLATE LUNCHEON. The menus arc appcti/.inp; and only the best of foods are used. Service from 11 a. m. to 2 p. in. 35c Green -Mill "Tlu\ Home of ('{mid HEATO For [·'nriiitci 1 KENTUCKY $ BLACK HAWK liig Illinois I.tim; . PHONE 5G3 improved and Mrs. G. W. Boevers. i was admitted to Mercy hospital fn has recovered f / n injuries received j a major operation Monday. in an automobile accident near Tuesday. Mr. Boevers is still suffering torn ligaments in his leg. Mr. nnd Mrs. Boevers and Mrs. Lien were riding together in the Boevers car, which was badly damaged. Mi and Mrs. Boevers and Mrs. Lien live at Slfi Jefferson avenue northwest Dan McAulaey, 10-12 Delaware avenue northeast, was admitted to Mercy hospital for 'a minor operation Monday. Herman Kmidsnn, 13 Thirteenth street southeast, was a d m i t t e d to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Monday. IKC. I.iuvmakcr.s Hold School. ST. PAUL, Minn., Feb 2. (.Ti-- j A f t e r holding three sessions ot their ' self established school, new mem- | l.'ors of the state house of rcprr- srntativcs have decided t h a t il isn' 1 . Toing to be so hard after all ti learn how to f u n c t i o n as lawmakers. Let's Go to the HOME COOKED I'LATE L U N C H E O N Served f r o m I I A. SI. to X P. .M. BENEFIT OF ELKS' WELFARE FUND HIGH SC Reservations at j ! !L COM MI -...--- : ·= N C F N G ^=^=T1J=?-J---- ggg^ MON DAY, l-'KBRU .,,^,-,^-.^^ -^ A R Y 2 --r^=r AT ,, S A. M

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