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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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' TWELVE Mason City's Calendar July 6--Monthly meeting of U. C · T. at Eadraar, 7:30. July 7--Municipal band concert at 8 p. m.. East park. July 10 --Tom Mix circus to stage performance. July 10 --Concert in East park by municipal band. July 14--Annual I. O. O. F. homecoming picnic. July 20--Annual joint Mason City- Charles City U. C. T. picnic, East park, 1 p. m. Here In Mason City MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 5 M 1935 PROPOSES THROUGH STREET ALONG PIERCE AVENUE July Clearance all summer hats 50c, 51, $1.85. Mullaney Shop. Bids will be received at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon of July 15 by the Cerro Gordo county board of supervisors for screenings, crushing, loading and placing of 5,800 cubic yards of gravel on the secondary roads, it was announced Friday. Mrs. C. C. Plgman, Marshalltown, visited with Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Loomer, 12 Monroe avenue southwest, Independence day. Mrs. Pigman, a sister of Mrs. Loomer, will visit at the home over the weekend. Every hat specially priced starting Saturday. Mullaney Shop. Ben Fink, manager of Fink's Smart Apparel, 15 South Federal avenue, has returned from a four day purchasing trip' to Chicago for the store. Fred Van Koten, for many years janitor at the police station and city hall, visited in Mason City over the Fourth. Mr. Van Koten is now residing at Urbana, 111. Miss Tholma AmlUlov, clerk In the office of the county treasurer, is on a trip to the west coast, where she will spend a two weeks' vacation. She is planning to go by boat from Seattle to Los Angeles, where she will visit relatives for several days. Stops will be made at other points enroute. E. L. Kirby, former state examiner and now representing the J. H Welch Printing company of Des Moines, spent the July 4 holiday in Mason City. SHAFFER STATES PLAN WOULD CUT FEDERAL TRAFFIC Wore suggestions Wanted for Long Time Scheme of Improvement The development of a through treet from Nineteenth street southwest north to the American Crystal Sugar company plant is the uggestion of County Attorney Frederick B. Shaffer for the improvement of Mason City. This is suggestion No. IS for a community-wide effort to make Mason City a better city. Mr. Shaffer's contention is that the building of such a thoroughfare through the west part of the citv will serve to relieve traffic on Fed"- eral avenue. Street Needed. The part of this steet most needed is probably the mile from Fourth street southwest to Nineteenth street southwest, Mr. Shaffer suggests, inasmuch as there is no way to cross this area from Federal avenue to the corner by The Farm. Had this street been in operation during the period when South Federal avenue was being repaved, it would have facilitated the task of arranging a detour, the county attorney pointed out. Mr. Shaffer is of the opinion that No. 65 could be turned westward in a wide curve that would add to ease of taking the new thoroughfare. As far as connecting it with the highway north of the city some details would have to be worked out, he Move Started to Bring Dr. F. E. Townsend Here Large Delegation at Humboldt to Hear, Him Speak. Services for Atkin Boy to Be Held Here Funeral services for Alden Wood, 15 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wood of Atkin, Minn., formerly of Mason City, will be held here. The body was. to be brought here from Atkin Friday and arrangements for the funeral have not yet been completed. The boy was drowned While swimming near his home. said. The construction of the street would entail the building of a bridge or two across Willow creek. One of 18 Ideas. This is one of IS suggestions that have been thrown into the hopper for the improvement of Mason City. They have been proposed for consideration in a long time plan of developing the community. Attention has been called by sev- I eral residents to the fact that other communities are making- use of federal funds for the construction of public buildings, bridges and other projects and that Mason City should be on the way. Globe-Gazette readers have been invited to send their opinions on what improvements should be made. .An effort will be made to bring Dr. F. -E. Townsend, Californian, who evolved the $200-a-month old age pension plan, to Mason City for an address some time in August. This was announced by officers of the Mason'City Townsend organization upon their return from Humboldt where they heard Dr. Townsend give the Fourth of July address. 40 From Mason City. The Mason City delegation was made up of 40 persons. Large delegations also went from Clear Lake and Charles City, local members stated. The move to bring Dr. Townsend to Mason City originated following a conference with C. O. Crowningshield, state manager of the Townsend organization who stated Dr. Townsend had some open dates in August. Dr. Townsend in his Humboldt address scoffed at President Roosevelt's social security bill as a "silly gesture." "Foolish Gesture." "The bill says," Townsend dev Blared, "that if and when your state government gives you ?15 a month, the national government will give you another $15. The members of congress knew perfectly well state governments are not In a position to give a pension of ?15~ a month. I say it is an idle and loolish gesture." Dr. Townsend also urged that schools be established for politician so they could learn political truth and urged a taxation system found ed on "the ibility to spend." He staunchly defended his pension plan, declaring it is sweeping the nation "like a veritable whirlwind.' DR. F. E. TOWNSEND. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. S. V. German, 624 Sixth street southeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wedensday following examination. Sara Beaver, 703 Monore avenue southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. Wendell Quinlan and infant son, 1431 Adams avenue northwest, were dismissed from the Park hospital Thursday. A daughter weighting 7 pounds 4 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Walker, 921 First street southeast Thursday at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. Herbert Kuhlemeir and infant daughter, 707 South Federal avenue, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Thursday. Edwin Boothroyd, Britt, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Thursday for treatment. A son weighing 6 pounds 14 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jorgenson, 323 Jackson avenue southwest, Thursday at the Park hospital. Mrs. James Britven and infant son, 150 Crescent drive, were dismissed from the Mercy hosiptal Thursday. A son weighing pounds 10 ounces was, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wall, 310 Louisiana avenue southeast, Friday at the Mercy hospital. Harvey Johnson, 113 Eighth street southwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Friday for a minor operation. Miss Louise.. Leinhass,.. Mason City, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Friday for a minor opera tion. Bernet, Chesapeake Road's Chief, Dies WASHINGTON, July 5. '()--J. J. Bernet, 67, president of the Chesapeake and Ohio and Pere Marquette railroads, died at his home in Cleveland this morning after a brief illness. Two Steel Workers at Des Moines Hurt When Girder Falls DES MOINES, July 5. (J)--Two steel workers were injured critically today when a nine ton girder fell on them at the site of the new postoffice addition on First street. The 70 foot girder pinned Earl Wray, 45, and Earl Vagness, 42, to the ground when a footing under a crane which was hoisting it broke. Vagness suffered a crushed left ankle and cuts. Both of Wray's legs were crushed, and he lost much blood. The men were taken to a hospital. COMMITTEES FOR LIONS ARE NAMED Weaver, Newly I n s t a l l e d President, Announces Various Groups, Lions club committees for the coming year have been announcec FEDERAL HOUSING EXPERTS TO BE HERE NEXT WEEK Plan to Increase Use of Title 2 in Mason City Territory. Three representatives of the federal housing administration will be at the Chamber of Commerce rooms Monday and Tuesday to interview prospective borrowers under Title 2 of the act. "We have received no applications for insured mortgages from Mason City and we feel that there must be a need for this type of financing," said R. W. Baxter, Des Moines, associate state director, in a communication to J.' M. Tubbesing, president of the North Iowa Builders exchange. Mr. Baxter stated the three men assigned to Mason City are Mr. Hahn, Mr. Everett and Mr. Beckett, director of financial relations. "These men will be there to explain the plan to individuals as well as the lumber dealers and contractors," Mr. Baxter added. "They may, if they so desire, bring their customers direct to them for assistance in filling out applications if they are that far along. These applications may be made for financing existing mortgages or for new construction purposes." Title 2 of the housing administration act is that section authorizing loans for the construction of homes for making purchases. Doing Her Daily 100 by Charles F. Weaver, newly installed president, as follows: Boys and Girls Work--W. H. Erickson, chairman. Dr. G. E. Harrison, vice chairman. Charles E. Price, C. E. Gilman. Finance--F. F. Potter, chairman. Phil Sanborn, Howard Knesel. Program--Dr. H. VV. Morgan, chairman. W. Earl Hall, Carleton Stewart, Dr. M. D. McMichael, D. K. Lundberg, Ralph Geer. Lions Education--G. Curtis Yel- and, chairman, G. 0. Gould, W. A. Vestfall, W. G. C. Bagley, J. C. ~" ' " E. H. T. A. $399 ALLOCATED TO CERRO GOROO That Is County's Share oi Ton Mile Tax on Motor Carriers for June. Cerro Gordo county was allocated SS99.34 as its share of the ton mile ;axes collected in June from the motor carriers by the state railroad Charter No. 2574 Keserve District No. 7 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Mason City in the State of Iowa at the close of business on June 29, 1935. "Published in response to call made bjt Comptroller of Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes." ASSETS Loans and Discounts Overdrafts United States Government obligations, direct and, or fully guaranteed Other bonds, stocks, and securities Banking house, 5400,000.00. Furniture and fixtures, $4,076.08 MRS. MARY PUTNEY OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Mrs. Mary Putney celebrated her ninetieth birthday on July 4 at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harrison 216 Thirteenth street northeast The celebration was in the nature of a family reunion. A Fine Blue White, Quarter Carat Diamond Engagement Ring and Three Stone Diamond Circle to Match. CONVENIENT CREDIT JEWELRY CO. FORESTERS' BUILDING Real estate owned other than banking house Reserve with Federal Reserve bank Cash in vault and balances with other banks Outside checks and other cash items Other assets TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES Demand deposits, except United States Government deposits, public funds, and deposits of other banks Time deposits, except postal savings, public funds, and deposits of other banks Public funds of States, counties, school districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities United States Government and postal savings deposits Deposits of other banks, including certified and cashiers' checks outstanding Total of items 15 to 19: (a) Secured by pledge of loans and, or investments 5 10,700.00 (b) Not secured by pledge of loans and, or investments 6,125,896.50 $1,773,964.23 22.91 1,326,400.00 1,364.422.54 404.076.08 93,609.84 385,761.80 1,70.1,460.37 2,269.39 122,424.48 $7,182,411.64 55,101,940.61 1,706,949.08 458,991.86 10,154.63 708,560.32 Shipley, Dr. C. F. Starr, Wagner, Harry Page, Dr. Burke. Safety--W. L. Baton, chairman. E. J. Fatten, vice chairman, W. L. Eaton, Elmer Dilts, Roy Austin. Sick--J. H. Holub, chairman. Dr. F. G. Carlson, Dr. G. E. Harrison Extension--Earl Godfrey, chair man. E. H. Ewald, vice Fritz Olson, G. 0. Gould. Constitution and Bv-Laws--W. A Westfall, chairman. Dr. C. F. Starr G. O. Gould. Music--Fred Shaffer, chairman Raich Geer. Publicity--Phil Sanborn, chair man. C. H. Barber, W. Earl Hall. Hospitality--F. W. Sinnott, chair man, W. L. Eaton; Curtis Yeiland F. W. Sinnott, Jim Bracken, Clif Lyons, J. J, Daniels, Everett Smith commission. M. p. Conway, chairman of the tate railroad commission, an- lounced Friday the commission col- ected 529,484.69 in -ton mile taxes from motor carriers during June. Eighty per cent or $23,587.75 was allocated back to Iowa counties for highway maintenance and the remainder set side for administration and enforcement of the motor carter law. Miss Irma Ward, intrepid aeriallst with the Tom Mix circus, performs the electrifying; feat of turning 100 back somersaults while suspended in midair at every performance of the big show, More thun eight aerial displays are included in the Mix circus two-hour long program. * * * * * * * * * * * Tom and Tony Widely Known as Unique Pair (c) TOTAL DEPOSITS $6,136,596.50 Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued arid unpaid Other liabilities Capital account: Class A preferred stock, 5,500 shares, par $100 1 Common stock, 2,000 shares, par 5100 per share Surplus Undivided prof its--net Reserves for contingencies 20,370.85 33,577.81 550,000.00 200,000.00 100.000.00 71,887.84 69,678.62 TOTAL LIABILITIES S7.182.411.62 MEMORANDUM: Loans and Investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities Mrs. Ella Fulghum Services to Be Held Saturday Afternoon Funeral services for Mrs. Ella Jane Fulghum, who died at th home of her daughter, Mrs. George Burmeister, 1114 East State street Wednesday evening following an illness of a few days, will be heU at the Patterson funeral home Sat urday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Th Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of tin Church of Christ, will be in chargi of the services. Burial will be a: Elmwood cemetery. Mrs. Fulghum was born at Harlem, 111., Sept. 17, 1850. Her early life was spent at Rockford. She taught school for several years in Waterloo and various other districts in Black Hawk, Floyd and Cerro Gordo counties. She was married to Sylvanus Milton Fulghum at the home of her father in Rockford, Oct. 31, 1882. She was preceded in death by her husband April 15, 1927. Surviving Mrs. Fulghum are two daughters, Mrs. L. L. Pearson, Luverne. and Mrs. George Burmeister, 1114 East State street; one son, Cyril E. Fulghum, Colton, Cal.,, and two grandchildren and one great grandchild. Mrs. Fulghum was a charter member of the Mason City Church of Christ. United States Government obligations, direct and, or fully guaranteed Other bonds, stocks, and securities TOTAL PLEDGED (excluding rediscounts) Pledged: (b) Against United States Government and postal savings deposits (c) Against public funds of States, counties, schoo! districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities .... (d) Against deposits of trust departments 20.585.94 32,410.49 52,996.43 20,585.94 27,368.30 5.042.19 (i) TOTAL PLEDGED 5 52,996.43 State of Iowa, County of Cerro Gordo, ss: I, W. W. Eoyd, Cashier of the above-named bank, do aoiemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of mv knnwledeo and belief. W. W. BOYD, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of July 1935. A. M. HALSOR, Notary'public. IORRECT--Attest: VV. G. C. Bagley, C. A. Parker, R. P. Smith, Directors. Osmundsons to Attend Equitable Convention Floyd VV. Osmundson, agency supervisor for the Equitable Life Insurance company, and Mrs. Osmundson will leave Saturday for Toronto, Can., to attend the annual convention of the company to be held there next week. After attending the convention, the Osmundsons will spend some time in northern Minnesota. They will be gone about two weeks. Elmer Swanson, Osage, member of the agency, who qualified for the trip to Toronto, also will attend the convention. Roy Powell of the Holt Rustler won't have to plow up every third row in his garden this year. He fooled the government--he planted only two rows.--Kansas City Star- beams. Democratic Women to Hold Series of District Meetings DES MOINES, July 5. (S)--A series of district conferences of democratic women will oe held this summer, Mrs. June Fickel, Hastings, Iowa democratic vico chairman, said today. Dates and cities of seven district July 18; second, Clinton, July 11; meetings are: First, Burlington, third, Waterloo, July 12; fifth, Ottumwa, July 17; sixth, Des Moines, July 10; seventh. Council Bluffs, July 16; ninth, Sioux .City, July 15. Time and place of the fourth and eighth district meetings have not grounds, been decided. Transient Quarters at Camp Dodge Will Be Closed August 1 DES MOINES, July 5. GB--S. W. Edgecomb, Iowa transient director, said today the Camp Dodge transient quarters housing 300 men will be closed Aug. 1. The national guard will take over the quarters Aug. 11. Reopening of the camp for transients will depend upon the number of registrants, Edgecomb said. More than 100 of the Camp Dodge transients will be transferred to lamp Airport, near Norwalk, about 75 will be transferred to Keokuk, iO to Auburn, and the remainder to Camp Lincoln, near Davenport. Family of 6 Bums to Death in House KEY WEST, Fla., July 5. (.B-Six persons--a mother, father and heir four children--were burned to death today in a fire that destroyed heir two story family residence lere. The dead are Henry Atwell. 1; his wife, Ollie, 30; and children, anging from 7 years to 18 months n age. Cause of the fire was un- etermined. Appear in Person in* Show Wednesday at Fairgrounds. Where in history has such a duo --man and beast--been so closely associated so internationally as Tom Mix and Tony? But there--this is not a class in history even though Tom and Tony vill remain in history for years to come. It's simply another way of a press agent trying to realize the importance of representing such a noted duo, both of whom are star features with Mr. Mix's own show which comes to Mason City Wednesday, July 10. Throughout the big show program, Mr. Mix and Tony appear in person, · along with Tony, Jr., another horse destined for fame. Other equines in many displays in the big show program appear, worked by a score of trainers and riders, and in the trained animal section of the show, there are more than 100 others used to round out a modern three ring circus. The human element with the show in the big circus tent numbers 200, while 250 others are on the payroll and work in various capacities--so that the title, "the world's newest big show," is all that---and more. The clowns with the show make merry throughout the big program, too, and leave nothing undone to create waves of laughter. There are more than 20 of these funmakers, headed by Joe Bower, Jack Knapp, Arnt Augustad, Joe DeArmo and Billy Kitts. The showgrounds are at the fair- Bruises Received When One Is Struck by Car; Other Upset by Blowout. Two persons were in Mason City hospitals Friday for treatment of bruises received in minor automobile accidents on Independence day Mrs. Margaret Cook, 114^ South Federal avenue, was admitted to" the Mercy hospital for treatment of bruises received when the car in which she was riding near Buffalo Center tipped ever as a tire blew out about 2 o'clock in the afternoon. M. H. Butterfield, Clear Lake, was admitted to the Park hospital for treatment of bruises received when he was struck by a car while standing beside his own about 11 o'clock Thursday evening- near the lake. The condition of eu;h was reported good Friday. BRILLIANT STAGE OFFERING BILLED FOR CECIL FANS" 'Ultra Modern Revue' Heads Combined Stage and Screen Program. This week, Saturday and Sunday, brings another brilliant stage offering to the Cecil in keeping with those previously seen at that playhouse. The management claims it outclasses anything ever seen on the stage and that every act is a real topnotch headliner. The stage show consists of five acts of real big time vaudeville topped by Vernon Rathburn, America's Ace Saxophonist, and his six musical misses in an "Ultra Modern Revue." The Rhythm Redheads:/ are three pretty and charming girls,. J and their "Singing the Blues" is an * act of real merit and one that helps W to make the bill one of the out- 3 standing of the year. 1 Joe and Eddie Dayton, "Twoi Knockabouts," have a comedy pres-l, entation that is one big- laugh from* start to finish. These two boys hav e been featured in musical comedy the, past two or three seasons and their vaudeville engagements have been marked with great success. Jack Goldie, the "Ace of Spadea" is another comedy act that will sup- : ply plenty of laughs and the "Three : Cheers" in "Fun On Three Hickory Sticks" played the entire summer at the World's fair in Chicago, being one of the outstanding features of the Circus hippodrome. On the screen will be Edmund Lowe in "Black Sheep," filled with excitement, intrigue and romance and punctuated with side-splitting laughter. The story deals with the checkered pasts of six mysterious passengers aboard' a trans-Atlantic liner. "Black Sheep" is more than just an ordinary picture. A special midnight show will be given Saturday night at n o'clock and the performance will be given complete the same as at earlier shows. NAMED SECOND LIEUTENANT J. J. Adams of Mason City is among- lowans who have accepted appointment in the reserve corps of the United States army. He has been named a second lieutenant in the infantry reserve. Another North lowan appointed was L. H. Buhr of Sumner as first liuetenant in the dental reserve.' Dumb animals v are the ones that never drink poison and yell, "whee! How gay I am!" when they get old. --Dtibuque Telegraph-Herald. Civil Service Exam Announced by Price Applications for the position ot student highway engineer will be received by the manager eighth civil service district the St. Paul between now and July 17, according to an announcement made Friday by Charles E. Price, local secretary for the civil service commission. Applicants must not be more than 25 years of age and must have had at least three years of engineering in a college of recognized standing. Full information concerning the examination is available at Mr. Price's office in the Federal building here. Hunt Young Man Who Abducted 2 Sisters and Attacked Elder RUPERT, Idaho, July 5. JP)-Officers throughout southern Idaho today sought'an unidentified young man who assertedly abducted two sisters, 10 and 14 years old, and after driving several miles across desert lands to the vicinity of Simana, locked the younger one in lis motorcar and attacked the elder. The girls' names were withheld. Four Youths Complete First Exams for Navy Walter C. Mullins, 506 Madison avenue southwest, Harris B. Harthan of Ventura, Herbert J. Bowers of Garner and Stephen J. Waite of Thompson have successfully completed their preliminary examinations for enlistment in the United States navy and are scheduled to leave here for Des Moines on July 12, p. O. Cleveland, local naval recuiting agent, announced Friday. Upon completing their final examinations in the state headquarters in Des Moines the four youths will depart for the naval training station in San Diego, Cal. All recruits from this district are to be sent to the California training station until further orders are received, Officer Cleveland stated. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up and Delivery Phone 788 or 789 Clock and Jewelry Repairing All Work Done By Trained Workman. Ne Guesswork. We Pay Highest Cash Price for Old Gold New Location, 215 North Federal Aye. Inmate of Asylum Is Caught at Stacyvill STACYVILLE, July 5.--Arnold Thome, inmate of Independence asylum, arrived here July 4 after having escaped from his keepers. He stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bartholmey for breakfast He had hitch hiked the whole way with a pair of rubbers tied to his feet. One ankle was wrenched and his feet were covered with blisters Sheriff Roy Gilles will take him back to the asylum. Give a Moth a Hair He'll Take the Whole Coat! DON'T LET HIM! STORE YOUR FURS NOW! 217 North Federal Ave. PHONE 641 HOW'BE YOUR FEET? Do they hurt when it's hot? We'll make shoes Longer or Wider, then they'll feel good. Old shoes re-colored. Hats cleaned, reblocked. CENTRAL SHOE SHOP HI Socth Federal Phone 478 All Kinds $29, $39, $44, $47, $49 $59 and $69 Mason City Distributing Co. 7 S. Del. Open Evenings . . . it is absolutely necessary for us to use the finest barley malt, the choicest imported and do- mestic hops and the purest artesian well \vater in order to brew a beer of the excellent quality of SCHMIDT'S CITY CLUB. A sip «iU convince you that it is the beer. Try a glass today. MASON CITY BOTTLING CO. Phones 85--611 Disrribufor

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