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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, J U L Y II) Mason City's Calendar July 10---Tom Mix circus to stag performance. JUly 10--Concert in East park b "·municipal band. July 14--Annual I. O. O. F. homi coming picnic. July 14--Municipal band to g" concert at 3 p. m. in East park July 20--Annual joint Mason City Charles City U. C. T. picnic East park, 1 p. m. July 29--Annual meeting of fourt ·district Legion organization i: Mason City. Here In Mason City Floyd Fraser, piano, trombone accordion teacher. 3105 or 2372. Mrs C. E. Oilman and daughter Margaret, are in Iowa City where Margaret is receiving medical examination for asthma. 7 qt. enamel canners J1.29, paring knives, etc. Boomhowers. j J Burnett, automobile inspec- tor'is taking a training course at Camp Dodge together with inspectors from other parts of the state. --For vour barber work, Fred Martin ' formerly of Mason City. Now with the Royal Barbers, Clear Lake. The regular meeting of Clausen- Worden post of the American Legion will be held at the armory Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, according to notices sent to members 6v Commander George R. Ludeman and Adjutant Garrett Chapman. · Lou Holtz, representative of the automobile department of the secretary of state's office, was in Mason City Tuesday while making a circuit of the state. · Miss Beth Hayter and Miss Marge Hubbard are spending a few days in Minneapolis. AT THE HOSPITALS "H. O. Miller, Fairmont, was admitted "to the Park hospital Tuesday for treatment. Mrs. Margaret Malthouse, Harvey, N. Dak., was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for treatment. . Mrs. Gus Radio, 53 Twenty-fifth street northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Tuesday for treatment. - Miss Hulda Miller, Bristol, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following treatment. . Miss Margaret VanNess, North- ._vrood, was admitted to the Park "hospital Tuesday for a major operation. Robert Tracy, 403 First street northwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, Burt, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following treatment. Miss Madalynne Powell, 322 Beaumont drive, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following treatment. Mrs. Wayne Wilson and infant daughter, 702 Fourth street southwest, were dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday. '^_H. J. Everts, 1922 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following treatment. ".Mrs. H. J. Dreher, 241 Seventh street southeast,, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. M. A. Aasgard Improving. LAKE MILLS, July 10.--The condition of M. A. Aasgard, who had an operation for removal of his appendix, is improving. His condition was serious for several days. ..Americanism: Righteously planning a reform to overcome the wicked; using crooked methods in pur zeal to make it work.--Kewanee Star-Courier. LOLA ZELL DAVIS SELECTED AS POLICE MATRON SALES OPPORTUNITY New state law recently passeo makes every retailer in state prospective buyer of outstanding specialty. Three positions open. Wil Interview salesmen having gooc clean record selling dealers Iowa territory. Product leading over anything on market and our men are making- real money. Must have ear an dable to start work immediately. Telephone Mr. Blackbourn Hanford Hotel for appointment. APPLICATIONS OF 20 WOMEN KEPT ON FILE FOR JOB Former Milwaukee Women' Club President Named to New Position. Mrs. Lola Zell Davis, 636 Eas State street, was appointed the new police matron of Mason City Tues day evening, by virtue of a motion passed unanimously by the city council in a special session at the city hall. Mrs. Davis' name was selected by a process of elimination after careful consideration of 20 written applications by the councilmen. Other applications which were eliminated during the course of the meeting were kept in order and will remain on file at the city manager's office for future reference. Duties of the police matron were discussed by councilmen following .he selection and although no definite instructions were drawn up, it was understood among the councilmen that she would co-operate with he police department and report her findiings to the city manager and council members. The selection of her office had not definitely been iettled but the city hall was suggested. Mrs. Davis will be a city official nit not definitely a part of the po- ice department. A great share of er work will be visitations to var- ous dance halls and amusement laces in the city during the even- ng hours. She will work with the oung girls much the same as J. D. Sarlow, probation officer, works ith boys. Resident for 13 Years. Mrs. Davis has resided in Mason City for the past 13 years. She was iresident of the Milwaukee Wonen's club for an extended term of wo years, previous to which she as chairman of the welfare com- littee of the club for three years. or two years she was president of he Baptist Ladies Aid. She has lown an interest in working with roups of young men and women nd the councilmen felt she was ighly qualified for the position. The salary of the police matron as fixed at 5100 a month, with the nderstanding that she was to fur- ish her own car for transportation. lEGIONTtflET AT ALBERT LEA Large Dance Bowery Will Be Erected for State Convention. ALBERT LEA, Minn., July 10. !.'P) --Construction of a huge dance bowery and vaudeville platform on the main street here will be started shortly in preparation for the an- mal state American Legion convention, Aug. 11 to 14, it was announced today. Local committees have plans for the conclave--expected to be Albert Lea's largest--well under way, with the greatest problem, that of housing, already solved, it was announced. Plan Several Parades. A fund of 51,200 has been set aside for construction of the dance pavilion and other entertainment items, including a flying circus, the annual Legion golf tourney and banquets. Included on the program will be a number of spectacular parades, opening with a memorial parade Sunday evening, Aug. 11. Monday the massed bands and drum and bugle corps will .march and Tuesday's program includes the huge and colorful annual Legion parade. Band Contests Scheduled. Band contests will be held in the new band shell at Fountain Lake park while drum and bugle corps contests will be conducted at tb/- high school stadium. Among speakers on the three-daj program will be William Hayes, pas national commander of the Legion Mrs. C. A. Carlson or Willmar president of the national auxiliary William Mitchell, Tracy, state de partment commander of the Legion and high ranking officers from Iowa, Wisconsin, and the Dakotas. NOW IS THE . . time to hare us quote you prices on installation of automatic heat for your home. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 Genuine Wiflard Farm Life Batteries Battery and Electric Service 110 S. Delaware Phone SI!) Edwin Russell Rites to be Held Thursday Funeral services for Edwin Ja; Russell, SO, who died at 417 Tyler avenue southwest Tuesday morning following a lingering illness, will to held at the Meyer funeral home a 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The Rev. Beldin -Weikle, Renwick, will officiate. Burial will be at Halltowr cemetery, 8 miles east of Sheffield Boone National Bank Struck by Lightning BOONE, .July. .10. GFJ--Lightning struck the Boone National bank building here early today, causing damage estimated at $300. The lightning tore large chunks of terra cotta from the roof corner of the building, hurling them into the street. Two automobiles were dam aged. Will Meet Thursday. CARPENTER, July 10.--The N. L. Sewing Circle meets Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sever Lee. Hostesses are Mrs. Oliver Oleson and Mrs. Lee. Gets Appointment MRS. LOLA DAVIS VACATION TRIPS MORE NUMEROUS Railway, Steamer, Airline Figures Show Big Gain Over Last Year. CHICAGO, July 10. (.W--Vacation ravel everywhere this summer far ixceeds that of the 1934 season. Figures from railroads, steam- hip lines, air lines, buses, hotels and tourist associations, all showed iharp upturns. Many of them in- licated the best season since the loom days of 1929. Railroads report a land office lusiness. with dozens of extra sec- ions added. The Illinois Central re- orts a 20 per cent spurt. The Chicago and Northwestern line has arried 75 per cent more passengers o California and the National parks ban last year. Airlines say they are hard pressed o furnish accomodations. Lines rom Chicago report a 30 per cent ncrease in traffic, especially to the ·est, the San Diego fair, the Na- onal parks and the dude ranches. Bus lines operators are getting heir share of the travel business, ines out of Chicago and New York re carrying 25 to 40 per cent more assengers than in '34. Motor clubs receive many more in- uiries about roads and hotel ac- omodations. Algona and St. Paul Couples Married Here Marriage ceremonies performed Tuesday afternoon by Justice of "eace Roe Thompson, united Don,ld E. Cook, 21, and Christine Gould, 21, both of Algona, and amcs Huback and Lorraine Brit::, oth of St. Paul. Is Superintendent of 4-H Work. NORA SPRINGS, July 10.--Miss \.gnes Hansen has been visiting ere at the home of her brother, O. j. Hansen, from Tuesday until Monay. Miss Hansen is superintendent f 4-H club work at the state col- ege at Ames. LIQUOR BUSINESS DECLINING, JUNE FIGURES REVEAL Mason City Store Had $11,560 Valume of Sales for Past Month. The June volume of Iowa's liquor business declined 7.2 per cent below May. This was reported today by officials of the Iowa liquor commission who said they expected the drop as an effect of the summer season. June receipts totalled .?445,796. May's volume was 5480,539--$34,743 above June. In Mason City the drop was from $11.752 to $11,560. Store sales for the two months included: Firestone Store Is Ready for Opening Residents of Mason City and surrounding territory have been invited by the management to attend the opening of the Firestone Auto Supply and Service store Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The building has been entirely remodeled. The new store, situated at 115 East State street, has the latest equipment for display purposes of Firestone merchandise and auto supplies. Together with the other Firestone stores throughout the country, the local firm has an easy budget payment plan for the convenience of its patrons. Des Moines Sioux City Marshall town Davenport Mason City Fort Dodge Qttumwa Wateroo Cedar Rapids Keokuk Burlington Muscatine Clinton Dubuque Iowa City Centerville ·Tune $56,257 23,060 7,785 6,905 11,560 15,225 8 406 19,461 24,086 3,633 8,650 4,823 7,843 6,660 8,875 3,192 May $61,260 27,471 8,611 8,481 11,732 16,440 23,243 25,255 3,595 9,238 5,33 8,471 7,845 10.410 3,537 IOWA FARM HOLIDAY PRESIDENT CALLS ON O'CONNOR TO RESIGN DES MOINES, July 10. -«--W. D. Keane, Iowa Farmers Holiday association president, Loday called upon Atty. Gen. Edward L. O'Connor to ·esign his office. The attorney general, his first assistant, Walter Maley, and 18 other men were indicteq last week at Sioux City on gambling conspiracy iharges. "I fully appreciate," Keane wrote, 'that an indictment does not prove a citizen is guilty as charged. How- :ver, in view of the fact that public riticism has been directed against o many officials of the present ad- iiinistration, may not I, as a citizen 5f Iowa, request that you resign ·our office until such time as you lave had an opportunity to vindicate your reputation in open court? "Do you not feel the interests of aw enforcement would best be served in this manner?" Keane also stated that it was his sincere wish that you (O'Connor) may prove your innocence." MUSIC PROGRAM GIVEN FOR LIONS Interclub Golf Tournament to Be Held Aug. 5 at Country Club. A musical program by four members of the Mason City municipal band was presented Wednesday noon at the Lions club meeting iii Hotel Hanford. Participating were C. J, Andrews, Carleton L. Stewart and Robert Bagley in cornet trios, duets and solos with Ralph Geer as accompanist. The club decided to compete in the annual interclub golf tournament Aug. 5 at the Mason City Country club. The committee named to make arrangements for th:s was composed of H. L. Knesel, F. F. Potter and C. F. Weaver. This was the first meeting at which the new president, Mr. Weaver, presided. Dr. Harold Morgan was in charge of the program. Program chairmen up to Sept. 25 were announced. State Liquor Stores Are Contrast to Old Saloons Don Smith and Band at Lake on Saturday Don Smith and his band, known as "the season's dance delight," will appear at the Clear Lake Coun- :ry club Saturday night, July 13. This band, which has played the arger cities, is considered equally as good as Ernie Giles and his Bos- .onians, the July 4 attraction at the clubhouse. This will be the first appearance of Smith's band at the tountry club. Tiny Little and his ,oe teasers were featured there last Saturday night. Manley, Commission Chairman, Points Out Difference. Orderly quarters, courteous clerks, efficient service and the businesslike atmosphere of the Iowa state operated liquor stores of today present a decided contrast to the sordid saloons of preprohibition days, Bernard Manley, Mason City, new chairman of the Iowa liquor control commission points out. "All the state liquor stores are alike in. these respects, because the Iowa liquor control commission insists that certain high standards of operation and conduct be maintained," the commission chairman stated. A watchword of the commission: "The liquor store must look as dignified and business-like as any bank or store in town"--is in effect at all times, he said. A commission bulletin states that all liquor store em- ployes must be courteous in their dealings with the public, neat in their personal appearance and equal to, if not somewhat above, the average in standards of personal conduct, both on and off duty. Drinking Prohibited. Drinking by liquor store em- ployes while on duty is absolutely prohibited, Mr. Manley added. Ths commission has ruled that every employe who consumes alcoholic liquor upon the premises where he is employed shall be discharged immediately. There is no "treating" or "drinks on the house," as in old saloon days, because the law prohibits the customers, as well as the store employes, from drinking in a state liquor store. Other restrictions govern state OXLEY FINED $1, COSTS. W. A. Oxley, Clear Lake, was fin- id SI and costs Monday by Justice )f Peace S. L. Haynes on a charge f assault and battery. Information vas filed against Oxley by R. E. ihine, Rockford, at whose home Oxley was accused of being abusive Sunday. Tauno Pajara Gets Promotion to Seattle Tauno Pajari, who has been employed in the local offices of the Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific railroad for the past six years, has been promoted and transferred to Seattle, Wash., and left here Tuesday.- While here Mr. Pajari was in the civil engineering department and he will, be identified with a similar department on the west coast where the Milwaukee railroad is all electrified. Mr. Pajari's friends were pleased to learn of his promotion. Dreams Come True as Tom Mix and Circus Arrives Throngs of Fans See\, as the circus k it C hen which "City on Wheels" in Motion. Tuesday night children in Mason City went to bed, after digging out *-v,o";r /riwVmv hats--chaos too if their cowboy hats--chaps they were among the fortunate, only to dream of circus day with their beloved Tom Mix and Tony. Wednesday their dreams came true for the Tom Mix circus, a "city on wheels" of more than 400 population, started rolling on to the fairgrounds early in the morning and the vacant lot became a teeming city of red-and-white canvas, flying flags and blaring bands with the aroma of hot dogs and popcorn on the midway. Fans on Hand. Throngs of young Mix fans were on hand to greet their hero of the silver screen--throngs not so young were there too. Mr. Mix arrived in a big bus which he calls his "Bunk House." It is a beautifully equipped "land yacht" just like the sort of thing one would expect Tom Mix to travel in. It has shower bath, den. library and all the conveniences of home. Old Tony arrived soon afterward and a great shout of welcome went up from spectators when he stepped down the "gang plank" of his private home on wheels and expectantly began poking riis nose into pockets for sugar lumps. Next came the cages of wild animals and trucks of motion picture horses which Mr. Mix values at 5100.000 and amid the usual excitement of chattering monkeys and other "voices of the jungle" the big :op was swiftly erected with seeming ease and no delay. 150 Trucks Carry Show. One hundred fifty units of "track- ess train" make up the gaudy fleet which bears this great aggregation 'rom town to town and the "back r ard" was a scene of hustling and bustling. An almost endless circle of dressing 1 room trailers make up a small city where more than 200 lerformers live and also rear their :hildren to become "stars of the iawdust" at an early age. | One of the first units to arrive I 'Modern Stumbling Stone" Sermon Topic Using for his text the statement of Peter and John, "For there is none other name under the heaven given among men whereby we must be saved," Evangelist Richard Baldwin Tuesday night talked on the subject, "If We Deny Christ, We Throw Out the Steering Wheel." The meetings, held nightly in the Hi Y room of the Y. M. C. A., are under the auspices of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter equipped with a 14 foot stove, a huge ice box where it is not unusual to find a whole beef hanging in one corner. The chef and several assistants had sizzling bacon and sunny side up eggs ready to serve very shortly after their arrival and the' 21 waiters arranged great rows of tables in the dining tent--the "flag" was up and the meal was soon in progress. Performance Enjoyed. The side show opened early, . . . . . Schlitzie the little Aztec Indian was fames Scounck moved their house- there, the Fat Lady, a little Hun- hold goods to Lake Mills Monday ' - ·· evening, where they will make then- home. Allowed Credit on Poll Tax for Amount Paid to Commission lowans who hold receipts for the 1935 old age assistance tax are entitled to a credit of the amount of that tax against their poll taxes, providing such tax was paid before penalty- attached, according to in- : ormation from the office of the Iowa old age assistance commission. Originally, the old age assistance act provided that the old age tax "shall be credited on any poll tax assessed for street, road, or other purposes against the person paying- same." This clause was stricken by the last session of legislature, and the revised law, now in effect, does not provide for such an offset for old age assistance tax paid on or after July 1. 1935. However, it is construed by the state authorities that old age tax receipts, on which no penalty is noted, shall be honored for the credit against poll taxes. Klipto Loose Leaf Company Officers Elected at Meeting The annual meeting of the Klipto Loose Leaf company was held Tuesday afternoon in the offices of the concern. H. M. Knudson was elected president; Willis G. C. Bagley, vice president; F. E. Johnson, secretary, and J. D. Corsaut, treasurer. The board of directors is made up of the above officers and F. C. Heneman, F. J. Hanlon and Leo Davey. Some changes in the division of duties were made at the meeting. Mr. Davey, who has been with the company for 20 years, will continue to have charge of the city work. liquor store employes while off duty. Any one of them who appears in a public place in an intoxicated condition or who frequents a place where liquor is sold contrary to the law is subject to immediate discharge. As to smoking on duty, the commission has issued Uie following recent bulletin: "In better banks and stores, the use of tobacco in any form is not permitted by those coming in contact with the retail trade. This practice should be followed in our stores." Liquor store employes are instructed to keep their stockrooms, stock and windows fresh, clean and neat at all times. Loafing and loitering in the stores are forbidden. Display of various brands of liquor within the stores, to attract attcntion of the public is not permitted. Transactions Confidential. Political advertising is not allowed in state liquor stores. The stores are not permitted to distribute advertising novelties furnished by wholesalers of liquor. Transactions in liquor stores are strictly confidential. The instructions to liquor store employes are: "Never divulge the identity of people who have purchased permits or merchandise. People will hesitate to patronize the state stores and will continue, to buy from the illicit bootlegger if we fail to keep faith with the public. Guarantee all customers that our records will not be for public perusal." Respectability in a high degree is desirable in the state liquor stores, the commission holds, so that the establishments may be as far removed as possible from the saloon of yesteryear. undergone a substantial increase in business the past year. Cement Operations Resumed Following Rebuilding of Flue Operations at the Northwestern States Portland Cement company have been resumed following a short shutdown to rebuild a waste heat flue that caved in following a temporary break in the gas line. MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE NEEDED, UPPER S T A T E S Would Enlarge and Beautify Legion Area as City Project. Purchase of the land now operated as the Legion golf course and additional acreage for a municipal golf course is the suggestion of J. H. Lepper for a bigger and better Mason City. The suggestion is in line with proposal No. 8 of the original group of ideas presented. Proposes Purchase. Mr. Lepper proposes the purchase of the wooded land to the east of. the present golf course and improving the course by adding more land to the northwest and "laying out a fine 18 hole course, with the fairways running mainly north and south to avoid the sun in the player's face." He also would improve the course with a water system and grass greens. In connection with the project Mr. Lepper makes the following suggestions: Improve the woods to the east, extending down to the Plymouth road paving, making it a public park. Dredge out the big slough and make an artificial lake of it by cutting through at the head and diverting water from the Winnebago river to keep it filled. Build a dam at the east end at the paving to hold the -water level, with a spill way for overflow. Would Build Pool. Somewhere on the grounds build a swimming pool for the public, unless the slough could be dredged and a sanded bottom put in for a bathing beach. "Think of the hundreds and thousands of folks of Mason City and vicinity that would get no end of enjoyment from such a project," he comments. "The golf course should be self supporting, possibly pay a profit. Waterloo has a municipal golf course. Cedar Rapids has two. Mason City should be able to support one at least." A "managed" nation isn't much different. It just exchanges a natural mess for a home-made mess.-Wisconsin State Journal. $ SUCCESS $ cm:c5 to evrryfinn vrhn Is willing In J»!\y the prite . . . hard w«rk, constant application . . . self discipline . . . but Itcfnn: ,v«n can apply ymirsulf t« your w»rk your Jicml must be clear, your body free from aohes and pains, and the organs of the body functioning properly. A disordered stomach, liver, kidneys, dull he»dachej(, not only take nil the "joy" out of lift-, but prevent you from ffolnjr about your tasks In a (·ormal w«y. Hundreds of peiinlu afflicted with these «"d other ailments have been relieved tliruugh the of TRL'PEP. It Is u tniilu and a laxative, compounded from the purest ingredients, free from all habit-formim; druus . . . and is as near to you as your dniff store . . . If yon are not feeling thoroughly alive, buoyant and full ot ambition, just try a bottle of TKLTEP . . . for a limited time. In order to introduce. II to new users - , . you can lake this advertisement, rislit down to Ihc .Michael JniR Co., ivrltc your name and address on It, and they will allow you 37 cents off the rpfiular price . , , do It today: Mason City Globe-Gazette Name of Purchaser .; 5 SOUTH FEDfcKAL MASON CITY Day Saints. "The Modern Stumbling Officers stated the company^ has Stone" was to be the subject of Wednesday night's sermon. Move to Lake Mills. FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. THE WIDE AWAKE SHOE HOSPITAL 1425 N. Federal Phone 937 '·Is Doing Business As Usual Patronage o£ old as well as new customers will he appreciated. garian dancer and many attractions for the amusement of the guests until the big shcrv opened at 1:30. Great thunders of applause greeted Tom Mix and Tony when they appeared leading the Grand Entry; animal acts kept the audience spellbound or in gales of laughter, much applause welcomed the famous Flying Arboughs and Erma Ward who arrived in her coach with two white horses, took her bow and performed one of the most outstanding aerial acts found in the big tops today--that of turning 100 consecutive backward somersaults suspended by her left arm. Miss Ward is holder of the Lillian Leitzel Medal. An army of cowboys and cowgirls performed tricks of the silver screen variety and many were recognized by the j The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. I will make my tegula Coming to Mason City HOTEL CERRO GORDO Tuesday, July 16 FROM 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. And Monday evening, July 15, from 8 P. M. to 9 P. M. RETURN EVERY 28 DAYS Dr. J, F. Shailenberger, M. D. audience. The last performa.nce was set to begin at 8 o'clock Wednesday night --doors to the menagerie opening at 7. Ddco-Light Plants, Batteries and Parts Central Auto Electric Co. Formerly Central BnttriT Klcclrie Co. Phonr I!M 117 S. Delaware Ave. j visit on the above date and will be glad to see those afflicted with rectal or chronic trouble. Anyone ailing is welcome to come in for free examination. I treat diseases of the Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Bladder j troubles; Piles and other rectal oiseases; Nervous diseases; diseases of the Heart; Skin diseases; Kidney, Bladder and Prostatic troubles; Catarrh; Catarrhal deafness; Asthma; Bronchitis; Rheumatism of the joints and muscles; Neuralgia; Sick headaches; High Blood Pressure; Goiter; Diabetes; Constipation; Varicose Veins and Leg Ulcers; Female disorders; Hydrocele; Epilepsy and other chronic diseases. Trusses and abdominal supporters fitted and rupture treated. Remember I have had 2S years of successful experience treating this class of diseases and have successfully treated thousands of patients --many of them avoiding operations through my treatment anri advice. If you call and after an examination you desire treatment, the cost will be reasonable. I have facilities to give you high class, scientific service. If you are ailing and will come in on the above date, it will be a pleasure for me to examine you and advise you accordingly. Address letters to DK. J. F. SHALLEMJEKGEK, 31. D., 7fi8 Oakwnnd Blvd., Chicago. Illinois THURSDAY -- FRIDAY -- SATURDAY That We Are Going to Sell Hi-Heel Ties Hi-Heel Straps Sport Oxfords Cuban Heels Straps Linens Kid Calf Gabardines Elk SIZES 3'/2 TO 9 215-301 South Federal Mason City, Iowa

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