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January 9, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 9 1936 SEVEN HANCOCK UNITS WILL GATHER County Auxiliary Meeting to Be Held Tuesday at Crystal Lake. CRYSTAL. LAKE, Jan. 9--The American Legion auxiliary to James Rasmussen Post No. 409 held a meeting Tuesday afternoon in the hall, when Mrs. Lizzie Rose and Mrs. Edna Monson entertained. Plans are being made and committees were appointed for the Hancock county meeting to be held Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 14, in the local Methodist church baser'ent when all units of the county 'ire expected to be present Plans rje also being- made to have Mrs. Martha WMsler, eighth dis- trict committe«woinan, at the meeting. A joint meeting with the Legion will be held Wednesday evening Jan. 10, in the hall. The auxiliary also plans to present a play which will be underway in a short time. The Junior Amateur contest was held after the meeting. The winners were, first, Maxine Kirschbaum, who played a guitar and also sang; second, Marlen Monson, a vocal solo; third, Margaret McFarland, a piano solo. Maxine Kirschbaum will represent Crystal Lake at the County Amateur contest to be held Saturday afternoon at Britt. Plan Kecreation Work. IOWA FALLS, Jan. 9.--Representatives of 40 Iowa Falls social and civic clubs, several business houses and' others interested will meet at the Central high school Thursday evening when a constitution and bylaws for the PWA recreation project will be adopted. A program for the first year's work will also be presented for approval. Something N e w . . . A Jewelry Rummage Sale A lot of odds and ends from our stock, broken lines, etc., that we wish to close out, and hove forgotten cost or former prices for your benefit. LOTS OF NICE USEFUL ARTICLES FOR YOUR OWN USE, OR FOR GIFTS. Clocks, Silverware, Novelties, Cut Glass, Toilet Sets, Watches, Rings, Jewelry, Etc. YOU CAN BUY A LOT -- FOR A LITTLE BUY LEPPER'S WAY-- EASY TO BUY! EASY TO PAY! THE LEPPER JEWELRY CO. oaos9Qoso»3S 10 First Street S. E. 8 100 ON HONOR I.S.T.C.ROLL Vlany North lowans Included in List Announced at Cedar Falls. CEDAR FALLS, Jan. 9.--Exactly 100 Iowa State Teachers college students are included on the fall term honor roll just released by Dr. M. J. Nelson, dean of the faculty, 60 of them women and 40 of them men students. To be on the honor roll a student must have been registered for at least 14 hours of credit and have earned at least three and one-third grade points a credit hour. Points are given on the basis of four for an A grade, three for B, two for C, one for D, and none for failure. Thus perfect grades would average 4 grade points an hour. Three men and two women students did get perfect grades; Allan Carpenter, Waterloo; Jerome Cross, Cedar Falls; Armin Grabcr, Nashua; Elaine Bassel. Waterloo, and Winifred Schrubbe, Decorah. Other students w{io came close to the perfect grades, earning more than 3.66 grade points, were Frederick Feldman, Cedar Falls; Henry Moulds, Waverly; Paul Weaver, Ellsworth; Constance Gullixson, Bode and Jean Reynolds, Waterloo. Other North Iowa students on the honor roll are John Charlson, Dows; George Doyen. Laurens; Earl Miller, McGregor; Noris Pritchard, Sumner; Raymond Sorenson, Plymouth; AT bert Strong. Plover. Bernice Bernatz, Spillville; Florence Buckwalter, Laurens; Edith Folken, Allison: Lois Heitz. Charles City; Bernice Hudson, Dougherty; Helen Huus, Northwood; Ruth Raleigh, Graettinger Leone Steuben Rockford; Murtis Weihe, Postville. Restaurant Is Opened. PLYMOUTH, Jan. 9.--J. W. Gavin, Clear Lake, who bought the Pioneer restaurant last fall, held his opening Saturday. Seek Aid Here Sir Herbert Samuel, former high commissioner to Palestine, and Viscount Bearsted, British oil magnate, will confer here with prominent American Jews on proposal of German government for wholesale migration ot Jewish population to Palestine with possessions to go out in form o[ German goods. (Central Press) ROAD MARKINGS, SAFETY PATROLS REDUCE MISHAPS Decrease in Iowa Is Shown; Millions Stirred By Car Fatalities. Iowa Falls Athletic Director Resigns Post IOWA FALLS, Jan. 9.--Walter A. Officer, serving his seventh year as director of athletics in the public schools here, resigned his position and will go to Des Moines to enter business. The resignation becomes effective Jan. IT. It is not probable his place will be filled this year. The athletic council composed of Supt. C. M. Bartrug, nigh school principal, Glenn Cowan and Dean Sheridan Jones of Ellsworth college has appointed Howard Flowers to take charge of all athletic activities for the balance of the school year. Mrs. Rhutasel President. CHAPIN, Jan. 9.--The Wayside cemetery society met at the home of Mrs. A. L. Rhutasel Tuesday afternoon and elected: President, Mrs. G. A. Meyer; vice president, Mrs. C. E. Davenport; secretary, Mrs. Joe Boots; treasurer, Mrs. Ira Dcam. SOc DR-LYON'S Tooth Powder $1.00 PEPSODENT Antiseptic Save Real Money at 103 N. Federal Ave. These LOW PRICES for Friday and Saturday Only | CERTIFIED Milk of Magnesia TOOTH PASTE ASPIRIN Tablets Battle of 100 Your Prescription is made up by an experienced, graduate pharmacist from fresh, potent drugs when you bring it to Walgreen's. Andthe charge in a l w a y s reasonable. CAMAY Soap COD LIVER Oiafien--Pint MENNEN'S Shaving Cream-- 50e_Tubg Grove'* Nate Drops With «ocn purchaic 35e Brpmo Quinine $1.10 HOPPER'S Restorative Cream 60e REM Per Coughs e WOODBURY'S (Right reieraed to Kmit quantities') eal Values! 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Box of 12 25C "Iowa's state-wide system of highway' markings and safety patrols cut deaths by 69 and injuries by 3,731 the first year it was in force," says The Reader's Digest for January in a leading article on how to avoid highway slaughter, entitled, 'Tt Can Be Done." "Myriad before-and-after studies of street and highway intersections," The Digest continues, "tell the same story: traffic engineering saves lives." Quoting- a personal message from President Roosevelt, in which he points out that "the wide dissemination of articles and other information depicting the horrors of reek- ess driving" has stirred millions ot motorists, and citing their own ex- ericnce in publishing the horror ar- ;icle "--And Sudden Death," which revealed automobile slaughter ir stark terms of blood and anguish the editors of the Reader's Digest splain why at last they are convinced something can be done abou' the appalling situation which to many has seemed beyond humar control. Publis Is Awakened. Some 3,500,000 pamphlet reprints of "--And Sudden Death" have been ordered for distribution by indi viduals, corporations, traffic author! ties and judges, while more than 2. 000 newspapers and magazines have reprinted it in their own columns. A total printed circulation exceeding 35,000,000 has clearly indicated tha the public is being awakened to tin gravity of things. "Can such a wave of universal re sponse sweep the country only tc subside without leaving constructiv achievement?" asks the Reader's Di est. 'Recent American history show that when we are fully aroused t a national menace, we act. When the ganster terror became insuffer able we finally swept the worst of fenders from the stage. In 189 typhoid was a raging killed; even i 1911 it was still claiming 21 live out of every 100.000 population. W put our scientists and educators t work: by 1932 fewer people wer dying of typhoid than of whoopin cough--less than four in 100,000. Action Is Widespread. Other outstanding achievement, are listed, all brought about by na tionwide awareness followed by or ganized, widespread action. The fig ures for diphtheria and scarlet feve: diseases which once ravaged thi country, are listed, as well as th remarkable improvement in railrpa and industrial safety. "Industry has made an equall impressive record." points out Reader's Digest. "Between 1926 an 1934 accidents in all industries wei cut 57 per cent. Even taxis have re duced deaths 60 per cent sine 1929." Cites loiva Experience. After citing the experience Iowa and a, number of cities meeting the automobile death men ace. the Reader's Digest concludes "Plainly the thing can he don generally, since such results hav been achieved here and there. Th tools are at hand. The job calls fo unstinting co-operation of ever public official: of every scho' teacher; of every police officer-and, as the president points out, calls 'for the conscientious ac ceptance, by every individual, of h personal responsibility to drive saf ely, as a social duty." eld in the Ellia auditorium Thursay evening, Jan. 30. E. J. Waller as named chairman of the commit- e on general arrangements assist- d by Wayne Fluent, Leo Graham nd Weston E. Jones. Herman Bos, lairman of the ticket committee, ill be assisted by a representative rc-m each fraternal, patriotic and vie group in tne city, including D. . Rhinesmith. R. M. Phillips, H. M. lark, John Bergstrom, Dr. R. E. tiordan, Frank McNally, Charles Laun, E. J. Austin, W. H. Brown, Dr. ay Fox, John Droz, Glenn Marsh, ohn Imus and Fc-rbes WcRoberts. aul Lindemeycr was- appointed ublicity chairman. The standing ommittee which made the appoint- lents include T. C. Kelly, chair- nan, Rev. Wesley Belling, vice haii-man and P. C. Lapham, secre- ary and treasurer. Charles City News Congregational Church ~ \j Officers Are Elected; Men Will Hold Sessior CHARLES CITY. .Ian. 9.--Th annual meeting of the First Congre gational church was preceded by dinner served by Mrs. C. H. Haid ing and Miss Gusta Clemens' grou last evening. Following devotion Dr. E. W. Huelster, pastor, gave hi report after which, the officers' re ports were read and approved. Th report of the Congregational Churcft women given by Mrs. Frank Gr; ham showed fine co-operation in th five groups. Dr. Sivert Erickson superintendent of the cliurch schoo reported a steady growth in attend auce and financial support. Man of the teaching staff and a numbe of pupils have attended 100 per cen during the year. Harold Fruddcn. chairman of th nominating' committee, road Lhe n poit and the officeis were unan mr.usly elected as follows: Clerk. Louise Hcring; treasurer. .Tames Smith: church school superintendent. Dr. Sivert Erickson; treasumrer of trencvolpncps. Augusta Clemens; deacons. W. c. Hcrbrecht. R. H. Whipple. Frank Lampman and W. E. Voreck; trustee, M. W. Ellis; deaconesses, Mrs. R. R. Root, Helen Morrison; chairman music committee, Mrs. Ed Waterbury; chairman cf ushers, Herman Bos; chairman oi nominating committee, Mrs. Will Frudden. Next Wednesday evening the Congregational Men's club will entertain the ir wives at a dinner after which the Rev. A. E. Fish, Eldora, will be the guest speaker. won first place in the Iowa .Farm Bureau women's public speaking contest, addressed the members oi the Wa-Tan-Ve club at the royulur luncheon in Mrs. Kellogg's Lea loom. Man, Told House Is on Fire, Is in Auto Crash HAMPTON, Jan. 9.--A car driven by Simon Staffer of Alexander and a Pfaff Baking company truck driven by W. L. Warner of Mason City collided Tuesday evening at the intersection of Fourth and Reeve streets. The drivers were unable to stop because of the icy pavement. The- care were slightly damaged but neither occupant was injured. Stoffer was returning home from Eldora, having received word that his house was on fire. Four Law Students at S. U. I. Selected IOWA CITY. Jan. 9. (.T)--Four University of Iowa senior law students - Morton S. Adler, Des Moines; Bcrni Drukcr, Marshalltown: Herman Grant, Davenport; and Robert P. Powell, Traer -- were picked to present arguments at the law college's annual supreme court law trials next spring. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY, Jan. 9.--The grand jury was dismissed for the erm as there were no complaints or consideration. Edwin Laran, member of the tale democratic executive commit- ee, spoke at the Jackson democratic [inner in Oelwein last evening. Mrs. Bessie Rcgel, Floyd county jld age pension investigator, spoke yesterday at the Osage Women's club on old age pension legislation. Mrs. Mary Debes and S. H. Melcher returned from McGregor where ,hcy attended the funeral of a relative. Mrs. Adam Debes. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nies and Mrs. George Howard returned yos- :erday from Baltimore, Md., where :hey spent two weeks with Dr. John Tilden Howard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Nies also stopped in New York for a couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hennings arc parents of a daughter. Mrs. Margaret Hess of Momence, 111., came for an indefinite stay at ;he home of her son, the Rev. G. A. Hess. Horace B. Olds will be confined to his bed for two weeks as a result of a fall on the back steps of his residence. His spine was severely bruied and a piece was chipped off the pel vie hone. Mrs. Elizabeth Drueschel fract ured her hip and had to be taken to the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. F. T. Nockles has entered the hospital for treatment. At the stockholders meeting of the Oharles City Building and Loan association the following directors were re-elected: A. R. Eggert, N. Fruddcn, H. C. Doore, Harold Henry and Merten Klaus. Mr. Klaus wa; re-elected treasurer and Mr. Doore was re-elected secretaiy. The association paid a 6 per cent dividend for 1935. Three bowling teams, two men's and one women's team will go to Mason City Thursday evening to play Mason City teams. Mrs. Lloyd Frazee of Bassett, who Suffers Cuts on Face. HAMPTON, Jan. 9.--Mrs. A. E. Vhitcomb received severe cuts on he face Wednesday afternoon when he car in which she was riding, Iriven by Mrs. R. W. Kugler, col- idcd with one driven by C. L. Herren at the intersection of Sixth and Franklin streets. Neither Herren lor Mrs. Kugicr was hurt. JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE! OVERCOATS $11.90 4 SOUTH FEDERAL STRAWCLOTH OR CREPE Moke Ideal 'Tween Season HATS For wear right now. Just the smartest of little turhan and brim styles ·»- chantingly trimmed and in the -,. xmartrst colors. Others combine both these materials for smartness. Heodsizes 22-23 President's Ball at Charles City Planned CHARLES CITY. .Ian. P. Thr third annual president's ball will be Home Sale! 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