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February 3, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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FEBRUARY 3 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE m m 5 MEN HELD ON ASSAULT QHARGE Affair at Oskaloosa Will Be Investigated This Month. OSKALOOSA, Feb. 3. (A')-Charges of assaulting Warren White, fanner, will be investigated by the grand jury in February, it was decided at a preliminary hear-- ing for Dick, Joe, and Tracy Russell, brothers, and W. S. Poe and Ray Malloy. All are from Oskaloosa, except Tracy Russell, who lives in Grinnell. The Russells are in the Mahaska county jail facing charges of darry- ing assembled weapons, following the alleged finding of guns in their automobile yesterday. White testified he ordered the. men from his farm Jan. 4, and that when he later repeated his command, they attacked him and left him unconscious. Clarion P!ay Is Presented. CLARION, Feb. 3.--Tuesday and Wednesday night the local I. O. O F. lodge is presenting a two act musical comedy "Hollywood." BUY R C A RADIOTRONS --at-- TUBES TESTED FREE Altho us many as 1G planes have been soaring over the rugged Columbia river gorge valley, no trace has been found of Pilot Walter Case, above, who disappeared while flying the Portland to Pasco sector of the northern transcontinental nir mail route. Case took off from Portland, Jan. 22, and was hist seen over Goldehdnle, Wash. North lowans on Cast of State College Play AMES, Feb. 3.--Eleven Iowa State college students have been chosen for the cast of "Outward Bound," a play which is to be given by the dramatic club March 6 an-1 7. They include: Nels Christensen Dike; Ann Hager, Waukon, and Richard Stolle, West Union. NOTED'SPEAKERS ABE ON Tuberculosis Association to Hear Governor, Many Physicians. , DES MOINES, Feb. 3. (INS)-Notable speakers who are scheduled to a ppear on the program of the annual meeting of the Iowa Tuberculosis association here Feb. 26 ana 27, include Gov. Dan Turner, Dr. Henry Boswell of Sanatorium, Miss. president of the National Tuberculosis association, and Dr. I. C. Riggin of New York, secretary of ).ht American Heart association, according 1 to an announcement today bj officials of the state group. The Iowa Sanatorium associatipr and the Iowa Heart association wil 1 hold joint meetings with the -tuberculosis organization Feb. 26. Several officials of out-6f-state organizations will speak to the delegates. Other Iowa speakers include Dr. D. C. Steelsmith, state healU commissioner; Kenneth C. Reeves o the Davenport Democrat; Frank C Byers, state representative fron Linn county; Agnes Samuelson state superintendent of public in struction; Dr. Carl Painter of Du buque; Dn'E. H. Lauer, director o athletics at the University of Iow;i and Frank Miles, editor of the low. Legionaire. Sessions will include a conference on Christmas seal methods, special discussions relating to legislation, publicity, public health nursing, training of teachers in health mettle's, local health program and a eneral meeting on medical subjects f a popular nature in addition U ne sanatorium section. In addition to luncheons on boU sys, a dance and a bridge party, :ie party will make a trip to Broad- awns and an occupational therapy xhibit. College Humor Article on Iowa Campus Life Osage Boy- Co-Author and' Mason City Lawyer Gets Mention. ELECTRIC SUPPLY DISTRIBUTORS 107 Eighth St. S. E. l"hono,803 WE SELL RADIOTRONS Tubes Tested Free * wit knew Don't miaa "Bugs" Baer, and the RCA Radiotron Varieties every Wednesday and SaturdaynightontheN.B.C. network. Don't let worn-out tubes spoil your pleasure. Replace them with new RCA Radiotrbns. RCA RADIOTRON CO.. Inc. Harrison, N. J. (A Radio Corporation of America Subtidiary) T H E H E A R T O F Y O U R R A D I O ' RCA RADIOTRONS Distributed By L, P. Courshon Company Mason City, Iowa R C A RADIOTRONS Sold By Peoples Gas . Electric Co. "For Better Appliances" Open Evenings Vlany Present for 4-H Club Banquet of Wright County CLARION, Feb. 3"--The Wright :ounty 4-H * banquet brot a large :rowd to Clarion Saturday evening. t was the largest annual 4-H banquet ever held in the county. Three .untlred and seven persons sat down .0 dinner arranged to represent a rain, Grant Linstrom, harmonica eacler of 15 boys from Woolstoek .nd neighboring townships, gave mitations of a train. Miss Hope Hadley, girls club president, acted as conductor, opening the meeting )y announcing the train of events, the 4-H limited. In the current issue of "College Humor," an article entitled "Iowa" and purporting to give an inside story of the life nt tho University of Iowa has two or three point?! of special interest; to Mason City and North Iowa. First of all, one of the co-authors is Paul Myhre, son of an OsagQ pastor and former member of the Globe-Gazette reportorial staff. The other is Jack Sheldon, also a for mer student at Iowa. Second, in referring to the "La'.v Jubilee," law school gridiron fest which fell under the faculty ax e few years ago, mention is made oi John Sennefi. How About It, John? "The Jubilee," Messrs. Sheldon and Myhre write, "was comparable to the gridiron banquet at mos' schools--only it was a low comedy minstrel show where everything anc everyone were put on the pan. Some blame the death--or suicide--of the .iubilee on Paul Minniek and John Senneff; others on George Hurley Anyway it died and was buriec with much ceremony on,the steps o the old capitol a year later. Every one regretted this administrate interference. They felt that the jub ilee could have been censored some how and allowed to live. It was th only real tradition Iowa ever had." In a paragraph devoted to campu music and musicians, there appear the name of Gordie Shaffer, maste if the accordion and- the piano. Mr Shaffer was from New Hampto ind is a brother of Fred B. Shaffe Mason City. No Deep Study Involved. There is running .thru tho yar in intimate touch and tone. Whil ,here is an occasional slap with ope land, the story is mostly favorabl to the university and the mode ife existent there. The material in it s drawn from the 1 observations anc! experiences of a pair of students and therefore isn't comprehensh 1 Judge Says Wives Must Let Hubbies Kiss Them ·T)ES MOINES. Feb./3. (fll--Wives must allow husbands to kiss them Judge O. S. Franklin has ruled. He granted Orval .Shiffer a di vorce from Mildred Shifter, afle Shiffer claimed his wife refused hin permission to kiss her. Cars Damaged in Crush. KKNSETT, Feb. 3.--Mr. and Mrs. Sanden and daughter, Carmen of Lak. Mills, who were on their way to Kv^sctt Saturday evening collided with a Ford coupe driven by Ernie Walk, about two miles west of Kensett. Both cars were somewhat damaged but no one was hurt. ther and no one thinks anything bout it. The prerequisites are any pring afternoon or evening, a cai r canoe stuffed with blankets ant leer, a phonograph and an even listribulion of men and women. Bil Binder and his cottages on tho river he Rifle range, that certain clear ng near the creek on tho othei ide of Coraiville are the usual set lings. . . . Obviously, tho blanke arty is the greatest Iowa institu- ion oi them all." When Io\va Downed Yale. Bringing it all to a thrilling end s a memory account of the day ;hnt Iowa defeated Yale in football i with a score of 6 to 0. The paradti , of howling mrt'iacs that cheerei! j thru tlie town to greet tho homecoming victors--Parkin--Locke-- ] Minick--. Huge bonfires. Ecstasy. | But one celebration only, mourn·; the article. A few mad moment:-' j again, it concedes--"but brilliant a. j . | these moments were, they have been infrequent, and bonfires and victory parades have degenerated into alibi sessions." Yet, despite the shadows, the ta!: closes 1 with the atmosphere of ·'. crisp sunny. November clay and ;. cheering suggestion of a pride an enthusiasm in ."tomorrow's Iowa.' Charles City News Relieve tli.it sore and aching throat by rubbing the outside freely with B A U M E B E N G U E (pronounced Ben-Gay) and cover with flannel. The p e n e t r a t i n g q u a l i t y o f "Ben-Gay" brings quick relief by stimulating a flow of fresh blood to the congested parts, promptly quiets pain, soothes irritated nerves and reduces congestion. Use "Ben-Gay" for chest colds, rheumatism, scinttca, lame back andcvcry!painof nerve and muscle. SERVICE GROCERS PHONE 217 4 Pound Jar Pure Preserves .. Powdered Sugar, 3 Pounds Trilby Soap, 4 Bars Fancy Sugar Wafers, Pound Florida Grapefruit, Large, 4 for Walnut Meats, Pound Fancy Ivarjjo M»nolinrimi I5ATAVIA, HILLS LIPTONS BUTTERNUT, NASH CHASJi SANROIIN CRACKERS Premium Sodas or Graham, 2 Pound Caddy POTATOES No. 1 Western Russets, 100 Ibs. $2.50 Home Grown Russets, 100 Ibs. $1.90 VISIT (K3II MEAT DEPARTMENT Chicken ra Quality Meats Strictly Fresh FARMERS Want ' EGGS MRS. ROGERS HOME MADE PASTRY FERS HOME MADI of the institution. Nor does it pretend to be. A charming word picture of the Iowa river meandering thru tho heart of the university grounds in Iowa City appears early in the article. Then this pleasani paragraph, still on the first page: 'The High Hat Is Out. 'Against this background six thousand of your sons and daughters of Main street study, loaf and play nine months oC every year. Mostly play--here democracy rules and the high hat is out. The formal introduction is superfluous at Iowa. You like the looks o£ a man. You speak to him. He likes your looks and speaks to you. That may be the beginning of a life friendship. Any man can be popular at Iowa, all things being' equal, by merely smiling and putting out lots of glad hand. It's plain old-fashione'a Democracy, no matter which way you look at it." ' There are friendly queries. A wondering what has happened to Marg Hill of Cedar Rapids, to Mary Ambrose of Nevada, and to Chief Snyder of Bella" Plain. A mention, a discouraging one, ot tradition of the prairie university that has sprung up in the heart of the tall corn land, and an account of the fraternity methods of pledging. ' Fraternity Mansions. "It has been one long heydey for real estate men and building contractors in Iowa City the last five years," continue the authors. "F"or during that time no less than 3C Greek letter houses--any one of which would -not be a . misfit in Westchester county, Luke Forest or Pasadena--have brot ta Iowa City an extravagant revival of Dutch, Old English and Colonial architecture. Now your sons and daughters, reared in a frame house and fed on a pine table in the kitchen eat and sleep in castles of stone and mahogany for four years. Then go back .o the frame house and forget about alumni building pledges. It is an unhealthy condition at best." And then the paragraphs to Council at Charles City Takes $5,400 to Settle 5 Cases CHARLES CITY, Feb. 3. -- The city council accepted the offer of Emil Rasnuissen and the Southern Sureties company of §5,400 in settlement of five court cases brot against them by the city for defective paving laid by Rasmussen in 1920 on Gilbert, East Clark and Jackson streets. The case was tried in 1926 when a judgment was returned for 5511,000. The judgment was affirmed .in the supreme court and later re-opened and 'sent back for re-trial. Trial notices were filed the term of court which concluded Saturday but the settlement disposed of the cases. The city will have to pay the court costs. Mrs. Fred J. Warn, Charles City, to Be' Buried on Wednesday CHARLES. CITY, Feb. 3.--Funeral services for Mrs. Fred J. Warn will be held Wednesday afternoon at the home of her sister, lira. August Jensen at 2 o'clock with, the Rev. G. A. "Ress officiating and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Warn died at the Jensen home at the age of 74 Monday afternoon. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS arouse parental trepidation! Allegations that beer and dancing--and blanket parties--have become institutions, minor and major, in university circles. Flat Thumbs Predicted. "Young married alumni of Iowa have often predicted that all their children would be born with flat thumbs," says one paragraph. "Perhaps this paragraph requires an explanation. You see, Iowa beer is no ordinary brew. It is a distinct Iowa creation. Only lowans can mix it and only lowans can drink it--well. Iowa beer is any one of a number of brands of near beer, spiked generously (generosity measured by capacity) with a "high grade" of raw alcohol. The formula is simple--complications arrive with the mixing. Native son first pours out one gill of contents A from near beer bottle B (usually down native son's throat). Next, one gill of alcohol C replaces contents A in neck of bottle B. Practiced hand D seize;; bottle B and practiced thumb K firmly caps mouth of bottle B. The whole is then shaken vigorously until alcohol C is absorbed by contents A. Enter carbonic gas pressure F against practiced thumb D, causing severe flattening of practiced thumb D. Hence children of young married lowiv alumni arc born with flat thumbs, Q. E. D." ' There is mention of Patou gowns that avail nothing if not worn by maidens graceful in the'dance, ot' happy after the ball parties at Reich's--and then: Blanket Parties Major Course. "Altho you will not find them in the university catalog," say the co- .iiithors, "blanket parties should be listed as 'majors' in the. spring cur- S riculum. In fact, the claim is tint this now famous national outdoor sport owes it.s origin to Iowa. In DAMON'S CHARLES CITY, Feb. 3.--Scott Donaldson was elected president and Wayne Forrester, vice-president, of the Charles City Country club at a meeting of the hoard of directors. The final declamatory contest will take place tonight in the manual arts building. The Rockford Independent basketball team defeated the Charles City Athletic club 3G to 22 in a game played on the Manual arts floor. Mrs. Will Fruclden and Mrs. Lor- eii Parr had charge of the program at the St. Charles club Monday evening which was devoted to the subject of aviation in America. Mrs. George Troegcr and Mrs. William Herbi-echtmeyer were the hostesses Dr. J. F. Tilden's office doo'r was broken in an attempted burglary but it is thot some one on the flooi scared the intruder as no one gninec entrance. The Rainbow. Girls met f o r - p r a c - tice Monday after school anrl stayed for supper which was served by Mrs. Harry Doove, Mrs. Cob urn Chapter and Mrs. G. A. Blake. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Livingston left for Memphis, Tcnn., where Mr. Livingston will attend a painter's an! decorators' convention. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Snider of Oak Park, 111., are visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. Harold Henley and daughter, Rose Marie of Mason City, arc spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H." Henry. Marion Henry who came recently from Santa Barbara, Cal., in at home for two weeks. She is being entertained at WASH FROCKS Novelty Backgammon Red Half Colorful Swagger Broadcloths Rayon Shantung in Pastels Marvcllo Handkerchief Lawns Natural Colored Genuine Pongee Sheer Pastel and White Linens several prc-nuptial courtesies prior to sailing on the Bremen for Amsterdam, Holland, where she will be married to the American consul, Alfred Burri. Mr. and lire. Ralph Shearer moved yesterday from Northwood into a house owned by Dora Ames on Seventh avenue. Mr. Shearer is salesman for the Standard Oil company succeeding Clem Monen who has been transferred to New Hampton. this university town walk down the on one arm and u blanket or. th" man can a girl Cigaret Selling Is Restricted by Algona ALGONA, Fb. 3. -- The Algona city council passed an ordinance prohibiting the sale of cigarets at all grocery .stores, hardware .stores, clothing, dry goods and general merchandise stores. 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