Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 3, 1931 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 3, 1931
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FEBRUARY 3 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE I POLICE CHIEF MAKES REPORT $2,460 Stolen Property Recovered During Single Month. ·' A total of 52,400.60 in stolen property was recovered by Mason City police during January, accord- Ing to the regular monthly report made by Chief F. R. Sanford to P. F. Hopkins, city manager. A total of 52,817.35 of stolen property was reported stolen. Fines and forfeitures in police court for the month amounted to $916.55. A total of 1S1 cases were handled by the court. Of that number 48 forfeited bonds, 11 were delivered to outside officers, 49 were dismissed, 11 were fined, 31 cases are pending, 38 were sentenced to the city jail, and 13 were sentenced to the county jail. 15 Juvenile Cases. Fifteen juvenile cases were handled during the month. Sixty-one arrests were made during- the month for intoxication. Unclassified traffic violation accounted for 32 arrests, larceny for 20 arrests, disorderly conduct.for 11, and .illegal possession for 10. A total of 218 arrests were made. The total number of reports and complaints received numbered 196 of which number 185 were disposed of and 11 are pending. Ten reports were received from outside sources. Lost property recovered totaled Sl,483 in value. Lost property recovered for outside departments totaled $300. ^ Buildings Searched. Seven suspected liquor traffic buildings were searched. No evidence was procured at two liquor traffic buildings. Four gallons and one quart of alcohol were confiscated. Seven stolen automobiles were recovered during- the month. Five were local and two were for outside departments. Thirty-two persons were photographed and their pictures sent to state and federal bureaus. Twenty- four pictures were taken of latent finger prints and 24 pictures were taken of scenes of crimes. Thirty- two photographs were filed. Seventy-two finger prints were taken and sent to state and federal bureaus and 72 cards were filed. Nine identifications were made by the state bureau and 55 identifications were made by the national bureau. BUILD CHURCH FOR NEEDY Ago has consulations. You no longer think it devilish to lose sleep --Davenport Times. H AIR IJYE IIONDER Offers §500 Reward .../"··"Ht- chemist and hair specialist o! St. Paul, has discovered what is known as Hair Dye Wonder. It colors nothing except human hair, anc in one application it makes any color desired. It cannot be washec out nor rubbed off. Write Bristo Laboratories, 788 Payne Ave., Dept B-376, St. Paul, Minn., for free booklet telling all about it. They of fer 5500 reward if it dyes the scalp or rubs off. It is simple, .harmless and easily applied at home. Cu this out. EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING PROMPT SERVICE WATCHES Architect's drawing above shows the new Bast Liberty Presbyterian church to be erected in Pittsburgh by Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mellon as a mission for hungry and homeless wayfarers. The edifice, which will cost $3,000,000, is to be open day and night and will have showers, a lunch counter and dormitory. Baptist Church to Hold Third Quarterly Meeting Wednesday The third quarterly business meeting- of the First Baptist church vhich will be held Wednesday eve- ling promises to be an important ne in that it is the^last meeting vhen reports will be read by the arious officers and departmental .eads before the annual gathering n May and also the time for adoption of the plans for the annual jverv-meniber canvass for church fund's which will be held in April. Final plans for the pre-Easter vork of the church will also be discussed and arrangements made for the annual Easter worship services and the presentation of tho special faster program of music by the choir. The meeting Wednesday evening will be arranged so that all clasps n the school of leaders'"" · ''" \s usual. Picnic dinner will be serv- id at 6:30 and the mi. ~ ng will follow immediately after inner closing at S, at which time classes will convene and at 8:45 o'clock the special pictures will be shown. The members oE the board of trustees will meet in special session during the dinner hour. The Rev. Jewel L. Pickett will preside as moderator of the business session. Man Burned by Hot Tar Leaves Hospital O. D. Monahan. 820 Jersey avenue northeast, who received burns on his face when hot tar with which he was working splashed in his face, was able to leave Park hospital Monday. ELKS'MINSTREL PLANS COMPLETE Production Has Professional Atmosphere at Final Rehearsal "The Minstrel Ambassadors"-the latest musical show of the Elks club--will be staged in its 1931 version at the high school auditorium Wednesday and Thursday, , Feb. 4 and 5. Those who have attended rehearsals of the show report that they have been more than surprised at the profound professionalism attending the offering. The large cast consists of many prominent local comedians, singers and dancers. Dancers to Perform. The pupils of the dancing classes of Miss June Barber and Miss Dorothy Madsen are contributing to the artistic success of the production with a series of dance numbers and skits. Most prominent of these members are Margaret itackn, Nina Macku, Corrinne Dreher, Jane McWhorter, Floris Westly, Marian Hnyes, Leonaine Breese, Evelyn Thomas, Edna Thomas, Gvace Danielson. Jane Satter. Odette Stoddavci, Betty Edwards, Mary Kern ami Evelyn Schmaell. Comedians Are Popular. The comedians are to be John Dibble, Don rfelbing, Sam C^row, Bill Dorr, Dr. H. K. Jones and Earl Kehm. Nels Malm will act as inter- ocutor. Among those appearing in the minstrel first part are Edward Babcock, Leslie Adams, Sydney Thompson, Charles Elder, Norman Olson, William Hawthorn, Jr., Jack Murry, Harry Van Every, Symore Angel, Jack Wolsnack, Ralph Stevens, Dick Edwards, Carl Johannson, lharles Lombardo, William Beck and Joe Schrader. OFFICIAL FAMILY FOOD GUIDE Every meal--Milk for children, bread for all. Every day--Cereal in porridge or puddings. Potatoes. Tomatoes (or onnges) for children. A green or yellow vegetable. A fruit or additional vegetable. Two or four times a week--Tomatoes for all. Dried beans and peas or peanuts. Eggs (especially for children). Lean meat, fish or poultry, or cheese. These foods should be included in the diet of every family in order to keep the members'in good health. Sanden Is Correct Name Among cases filed in district court at Forest City is a foreclosure action on two lots in Lake Mills owned by A. A. Sanden and Barbara Sanden, his wife. L. A, Andrew, receiver of the Farmers State bank at Lake Mills, James Palmer and the John Depre Plow company have contingent interest in the land. The action was started by M. J. Thompson, receiver of the First National bank of Lake Mills. Thru an erro? .Tan. 27 it was stated the lots wore owned by A. A. Sheldon and others. Spring Is Cornel Baby Chicks Mailed Spring is come at last! A dozen cases each containing 100 baby chicks passed thru the local post- office Monday. The shipment was addressed to Postville. "Whfcre did the shipment come from?" one postal employe qucs Honed another. "Oh, I don't know. I only hear,! them," the other answered. DIAMONDS Bible Class of Central Lutheran Church Meet: The Bible class of the Central Lutheran church held its monthly meeting at the home of the teacher R. W, Kcllar, 416 South Georgia avenue, Monday evening. The Rev George G. Parker and Mr. Kellar discussed the lessons for the coming monthi The class decided to hole weekly meetings during Lent to discuss a revision and study of the catechism. The next monthly meeting will be held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Martin Thompson, 101" Twelfth street northeast. Specify Kotex when you buy sanitary pads H OURS at the opera, hours in business, hours out-of-doors --always the feeling of perfect freedom when Kotcx is your sanitary protection. Kotex is shaped ro fit under any sore of gown. It is highly absorbent (5 times more by- test than surgical cotton). It is guaranteed to give more protection, longer protection than any other sanitary pad. Kotex: deodorizes. It is soft -not merely a surface softness but a delicate, lasting softness. It is adjustable, because of the layer construction of its absorbent filler, so that you can change its size to suit your changing needs. It may (and ihis is Important) be worn on either side with equal efficiency. It is disposable, easily, quickly-one very important reason for preferring this modern sanitary protection. Kotcx Company, Chicago, III. o r e x Try the new Kmi::: S.-.n-rary Belt AT THE HOSPITALS LYMAN STRAND THEATER HEAD Carrol Chamber of Commerce Secretary to Manage Local Movie House. C. F. Lyman arrived in Mason City Monday to take over his duties as manager of the Strand theater. Mr. Lyman came from Carroll where he has been located for the past two years as secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Lyman spent six years in the- advertising department of the North 'Hollywood Press at the same time working with the moving picture industry. He had opportunity to study in the Hollywood studios and to familiarize himself with the industry. Thru Chamber of Commerce work Mr. Lyman has been associated with Lester Milligan, secretary of the local chamber, who at one time was secretary of the state association. Mr. Lyman haa also been associated with Charles Barber thru state credit bureau meetings. Mr Lyman with three others flew to Mason City last fall in an airplane to attend the celebration held in connection with the opening of the new pavement. Mrs. Lyman will come to Mason City after Mr. Lyman has located n suitable home. The Strand theater has been temporarily under the management of .1. W. Heffner, manager of the Palace theater. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Dunton, 120 Kirk partments, returned from an eight weeks trip in the west where they visited Mrs. Dunton's brothei at Los Angeles and at Columbus, N. Mex. They drove 5,800 miles and had only one puncture. They also were in Old Mexico for a brief trip. Home of Fine Diamonds Beautiful, brilliant, Blue White Diamonds are lifetime investments that do not depreciate in value and bring happiness and pleasure for generations. Before making your selection don't fail to call on us as we will guarantee to save you money on a fine gem. Our payment plan offers the advantage _of securing Murray's Fine Quality Diamonds with the added convenience of weekly payments. M ¥T H SJ A V U fi% 1% A A JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. BLDG. Mrs. Frank Shultz, Plymouth as admitted to Mercy hospital for rcatment Monday. Nancy Kearney, Brltt, -was ad nitted to Mercy' hospital for a ma or operation Monday. Clarence Brown, 1541 Pennsyl ·.nia avenue northearth, was ad lilted to Mercy hospital for treat- nent Monday. Arline Crowley. 1212 Carolina venue southeast, underwent a ninor operation at Park hospital iton day. Mrs. Fred Gerdes, Woden, was ad- nited to Park hospital for examina- ion Monday. Charles Coylc, 525 Fourth street outhesst, underwent a minor oper- ition at Park hospital Monday. Miss Carolyn Sondroi, Clear was admired to Park hospital or a maior operation Monday. Mrs. Harrison .Taylor, Hayfield, vas admitted to Park hospital for i ^rn'nor operation Monday. Gertrude Cavanaugh, 1421 Quincy avemie northwest, was admitted to dercy hospital for a major opera- ion Monday. Tra-Pierce, Marble Rock, was ad- mitcd to Mercy hospital for a major operation Monday. Don Adams, 6SO East State street, was admitted to Morcy hospital for a major operation Monday. Grace Ann Chcnowet.h. 913 Fourth =treet isouthwest, was dismissed from Park hospital Monday follow- ng a minor operation. Henry Cordlc, 614 Jackson ave- mie southwest,,! was dismissed from Park hospital 'Monday following a minor operation. Mrs. F. H. Pierce, Gordonsvillc. Minn., was dismissed from Park hospital Monday following treatment. A. A. Wolby, Forest City, who underwent a major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Monday. Miss Berta Hansen. Clear Lake who has been at Park hospital foi treatment, was able to leave Monday. Mrs. E. Oke.s, South Third street Clear Lake, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Monday. Tom McCarthy, Rockford. was ad mitted to Mercy hospital for treat ment Monday. Jake Sprau, Meservey, was ad mitted to Msrcv hospital for a minor.operation Tuesday. Tom Helgeland. Crystal Lake was admitted to Mercy hospital fo a minor operation Monday. Atr.s. George Rhodes, Nora Springs, was a titled to Merc hospital for a major operation Tues day. Lula Neved, Garner, was admitec to Mercy hospital for a minnr op eration Tuesday. Maxine Sampson, 337 Tv/cnt fourth street southwest, was ad mitted to Mercy hospital for minor operation Tuesday morning. A six pound eight and a half ounce daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kulander, Swea City, at Mercy hospital Monday. William Law, Ventura, who was at Park hospital for treatment, was dismissed Monday. 75 Couples Dance at Costume Ball atl.O.O.F. Hall More than 75 couples attended the masquerade ball held Monday evening in the I. O. O. F. hall by the I. O. O. F. dance club. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. A. R. Lena, best dressed woman who wore an elaborate paper costume designed with frills and ruffles, and R. P. Hansen, best dressed man who came as George Washington. Mrs. Pete Hanson won first place as the most comically dressed woman and Joe Johnson, most comicaly dressed man. It was announced the next dance to be held Feb. 16 would be a surprise affair. The pioneers may have braved the elements in leaky log cabins, but they didn't have any ruroblo seats.--Midwest Review. Doctors Use Sulphur to Heal Skin Eruptions Relief Comes Almost Overnight liars than a million men and women vho suffered pain and cmbarrass- nent attending eruptions, rash, :ch or blotches on face, neck, aims body have discovered (.he doctor cnows best. Nothing has been found o take the place of this compound if Sulphur and other valuable me- [icinal agents. It is best for Hiisli --Scubles -- Blemishes -- Chapping -- Kcctal Itch -- Pimples -- HiiiK- trm -- Itching oC Eczema -- Dancl- ufl Scales. Get a jar of Rowlos ilentho Sulphur from a drugg'ist ind anoint the infected areas with t before going to bed. Relief from )urn and itch comes almost instant- y. Ugly blemisbe.s soon disappear and the skin clears right up. Use vhat doctors use--Rowles Mentho Sulphur. In matrimony, as in other things, the easier you fall the more you must stand.--Kcwnnco Star-Courier. "Before my little daughter \vas born I took Lydia E. Pink' ham's Vegetable Compound regularly. I was able to do my usual work and take pleasure in doing it. We were so happy when a wonderfully fine baby girl arrived to bless our home. I have enjoyed better health since the baby's birth than ever before. I am sure that I owe it all to your medicine and I heartily recommend it to all women who are weak or ailing."--Mrs. Chester Decker, R. R. #r, Wheatland, Indiana. EASY TIME PAYMENTS AT NO EXTRA COST FREE TRUCK DELIVERY OR FREIGHT PAID IN IOWA RUSH! Chapmans Have Never Experienced Such Furious Selling in All 39 Years Furniture Business in Iowa There Were Great, Eager Crowds of Buyers Here All Day Friday, Saturday and Monday THE REASON CHAPMANS FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE STARTED WITH SUCH A RUSH OF SELLING Prices Lower than were ever known before on Modern Furniture. Large and Complete Stocks to choose from. Terms as liberal as you could ask for. Keeping faith and holding confidence justly deserved. YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GREAT SALE An Opportunity That Only Comes Once in a Great Many Years. WE GUARANTEE LOWEST PRICES IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME 100 MILES OR MORE We Deliver and Extend Terms in Iowa at No Extra Cost

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