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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 23 Moson City's Calendar Jan 28.--Annual Y. W. C. A. mem: bership banquet, 6:30 o'clock at . Y. W. C. A. Jan. 29.--Opening concert by Civic orchestra in high school auditorium. ,Tan. 30 Presidents Birthday Ball at the Armory. Feb. 6--Sixteenth annual meeting of North Iowa Boy Scout council at guild hall of St. John's Episcopal church. Feb. 6-7.--Eighth grade examinations throughout county. Feb, 17.--Lecture by Thomas C. Foulter of the Byrd expedition, high school auditorium, sponsored by B. P. W. club. Feb. 18.--Competitive vaudeville, 8 o'clock, high school auditorium, sponsored by P. T. A. council. Feb. ai^-Lecture by Dr. Esther Brunauer, 7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A. sponsored by A. D. II. W. Here In Mason City Over 240,000 people have living protection. See Investors Syndicate ad American. Ph. 439. Arthur Mullen, national democratic committeeman of Nebraska, stopped off in Mason City Thursday on his way to Chicago to visit E. G. Dunn, who is at his home convalescing from a recent illness. The Kev. J. Lee Lewis of the First Baptist church left Thursday afternoon for Albert Lea, Minn., where he was scheduled to speak at a father and son banquet of the First Baptist church there Thursday evening. Shady Beach, Clear Lake, every Tues. night--Gift Nite. Free fish fry Fri. nites, music. Miss Kuth Trzcinski left- Thursday for her home in San Bernardino, Cal. She had been called to Decorah by the death of her mother several days ago and has been stopping here with friends since. The annual meeting of the Mason City Production Credit association, v/hich was set for Wednesday morning, has been postponed to a date to be announced later, William T. Frazer, manager, announced Thursday. The meeting was postponed because of weather conditions. 1)0 justice to yourself and visit our store daily during the closing out sale of our North Section. Sam Raizes Department Store. The amateur and old time fiddlers contest, which was postponed from last Friday night because of cold weather, will be held at the Denison club Friday night. The old time fiddlers contest will include such fiddlers as R. W. Rarick, Lawrence Winters, Pat Berry and others. An old time dance will follow the contest. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the democratic nomination for sheriff of Cerro Gordo county subject to the will of the voters at the June primaries. CAL DWAN AT THE HOSPITALS Justin. Smith, 428 Fourth street southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Shirty Anderson, 723% Monroe avenue northwest, was dismissed, from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Teacher Collapses on Her Way to School TIPTON, Jan. 23. (.f)--Miss Helen Busch, 20, rural school teacher near here, thanked her "lucky stars" today that a farmer saw her collapse as she tried to tramp through the snow and cold to reach her school yesterday. The farmer carried her to the home of Theodore Linder where she was recovering today from frozen hands and feet. If Ruptured Cut This Out and mail it with name and address to W. S. Kice. 334T Main St., Adams, N. Y. You will receive absolutely free and no obligation s pcntitnc test and full particulars 01 hi; amaxing Method for reducible Rupture rontrol that Is bringing a new ease, comfor and freedom to thousands who have suffered for years, Xo mattet how bad Ihe rupture, how !onR you have Jiad it, or how hard to hold; no matter how many kinds of trusses you have worn, let nothing prevent you from getting this TREE TRIAL. 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The organization of a permanent ommittee to handle the birthday iall in years to come and to be in charge of the allocation of funds raised was announced Thursday. This committee is made up of Willis G. C. Bagley, president of the Chamber of Commerce, who will act as chairman: Mrs. C. A. Anderson, president of the Parent-Teachers tssociation council; Mrs. Curtis Amen, representative of the Woman's club, and C. W. Hickox, president of the Mason City Trades and Labor assembly. To Stage Project. This group, it was pointed out, 3 representative of most groups in :he community and will be in position not only to stage the event in an effective manner, but will be in position to know where funds can oe usefi for the greatest good. A total of $273.31, residue of the funds raised at the 1935 ball, are oeing turned over to the committee. This together with the funds expected from the 1936 ball is expected to place a substantial sum in the hands }f the committee for 1936 disbursement. Up to this time the President Roosevelt birthday balls have been handled by voluntary groups. At the first event, in 1931, Dr. T. A. Nettleton was chairman and Leo Sweesy. secretary-treasurer of a committee that handled the project. Last year the Mason City Trades and Labor assembly assumed charge under the chairmanship of Glen Woodward, Leo Sweesy remaining as secretary-treasurer. Chosen by Governor. Leo J. Carle was selected by Gov. Clyde L. Herring as chairman of the 1936 birthday ball. It was through his efforts that the permanent committee was organized to handle the events in the future. Â· It was Mr. Carle's idea that the Roosevelt Birthday balls have received such, an impetus by the very fact that the president of the United States was 1 former patient of the Warm Springs, Ga., institution and that the psychological effect of this is one to be capitalized on for the future, regardless of who is president. Then too, there is an advantage in participating in an event that is nationwide and receiving nationwide publicity, it was pointed out. As now arranged 70 per cent pi the net proceeds of the dance wil remain in Mason City to be used for whatever purpose the committee may direct, while 30 per cenf goes to the Warm Springs foundation, which is sponsoring the nationwide program. Goes to University. It is possible for a part of the 30 per cent to become available to help any Mason City victim of Infantile paralysis by the fact that part o: this fund is distributed to such in stitutions as the University of low? hospital, where Dr. Arthur Steindler is in charge. While the committee will have complete charge of the 70 per cen of the proceeds of the dance tha will be left in Mason City and can use the funds for any good purpose that it may determine, nevertheless, it is pointed out, attention should be focused at all times on the original purpose of the Roosevelt birthday bail, a means of fightin" infantile paralysis. A house to house canvass is to he staged so as to give everyone an ipportunity to participate in the event. The dance will be held at the armory, with Craven's Golden Gate 10-piece band from Ames supplying the music. A number of specialties are also being arranged, further details of which will be nounced from time to time. Movie Operators Hold Dinner and Dance for Theater Managers Here About 60 guests attended a dinner dance sponsored by the local 45( IATSE at the Hotel Hanford. and celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the local movie operators union. Operators and theater managers of north Iowa and their wives were guests of the unnion. Mrs. Harriet Clement Granted Divorce Here Judge, M. H. Kepler granted a di vorce to Mrs. Harriet Clement from her husband, Paul, in district cour here Wednesday on grounds of crue and inhuman treatment. A stipula tion awarded certain real estate anc the title to her husband's business Paul's Radio shop, to her, as wel as the custody of a minor son and daughter. Transferred $5,671. DES MOINES, Jan. 23. (.7)--Stat Comptroller C. B. Murtagh todaj authorized Cerro Gordo county t transfer 55,671 from its emergency to poor fund, and the town of Manchester to transfer S800 from its improvement to light fund. In Charge of Birthday Funds SCHOOLS OPENING FRIDAY MORNING, SAYS R. B. IRONS lore Moderate Weather Conditions Expected by That Time. Inasmuch as weather predictions ndicate slowly rising temperature, lans are made for resuming regu- ar school sessions Friday, Supt. R. WHJUS G. C. BAGLBY Chamber'of Commerce MKS. C. A. ANDERSON Parent-Teachers MKS. CURTIS AMEN Woman's Club C. W. HICKOX Labor Assembly ANNIVERSARY OF KIWANIS NOTED Dibble Speaks at Fifteenth Year of Organization of Local Club. Charter members of the Kiwanis club were honored Thursday noon in Hotel Hanford at a program celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of ;he Mason .City organization. In observance of the anniversary, William L. Dibble gave an address. Mr. Dibble emphasized that a commodity has changing values and that there are certain things on which no value can be placed. A house, which is a home, is in the latter class. Other things in a community which have values greater than can be represented by dollars are churches, schools, Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A. and parks. Similarly, he said, there is a higher value on Kiwanis than can be placed by money. Lauding noble characters, which may be found in lowly and high positions, Mr. Dibble said that noble characters become such by doing. Innate value is also vital. He concluded with speaking of the Kiwanis slogan, "We Build." He said that the Kiwanis club builds material things frequently but only insofar as they help to build a character and strong spiritual values. Mr. Dibble was introduced by Dr. Clarence E. Flynn. Charter members honored by seats at the head table were Dr. R. F. Kunz, Dr. George M. Crabb, W. L. Dibble, R. W. Fisehbeck, W. E. Gildner, R. J. Glass, H. M. Knudson, George S. Marty, George O'Neil, Carl Parker, Hardy F. Pool and James Rae. J. C. McCray of the Firestone auto supply and service company, was welcomed as a ne\v member. Harold Jorgenson, Herbert Barclay and Harry Brown were named on the committee to make arrangements for a Kiwanis vaudeville stunt qn the P. T. A. program Feb. 18. It was announced that hobby show dates have been set for April 1 to 4. Guests were Claude Barrett and Charles R. Forseu. Lewis Committee of A. F. of L Ordered to Dissolve at Once 23. (J)--The of Labor's executive council today commanded the John L. Lewis committee for industrial organization to "immediately dissolve" and "cease to function." The council moved after finding "there is growing conviction" that the Lewis committee's activities "constitute a challenge to the supremacy of the American Federation of "Labor." Recalling the expression against industrial unionism of delegates to the A. F. of L. 1935 convention, the executive council said it _ must "insist" the convention policies "should be respected, observed and carried RADIO STATION HEARING OPENS "ourth Applicant of Mason City Gets Permission to Intervene. WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. (.-PI--A hearing opened today before a federal communications commission examiner on three applications for new radio stations in Mason City Iowa. Â·The applicants were the Mason City Broadcast company, Emmons L. Abeles, secretary; the Northern Iowa Broadcasting company and the Mason City Globe-Gazette company. A fourth applicant for a new station, C. E. Wilkinson, was permitted to intervene in the cases. The examiner took testimony o: the various stations as to thei- technical plans, financial responsi bility and ability to furnish desir able program service. Seed Dealers Will Attend Dinner Here on Friday Evening The seed customers of the North western Distributing company, Inc Mason City, and Northnip, King an company, Minneapolis, will attend complimentary dinner at the Hote Hanford at 6 o'clock Friday eve ning. The program will include a shor round table discussion of availabi farm seed supplies, probable pric trends and merchandising sugges tions. The meeting will be in charge E. A. Knudtson, Minneapolis, C. A Oppel, Northrup, King and com pany's northwest Iowa representa live, and officers of the Northwes' ern Distributing company. Inc. MIAMI, Fla., Jan. American Federation Irons stated Thursday. "Parents, however, must take he responsibility in sending their hildren out," Mr. Irons stated. "It s difficult to know before hand vhether the weather is going to be oo severe for children to venture ut. Weather predictions sometimes niss these coldest waves. While we plan to resume classes Friday we ,on't want any children to freeze, 'heir physical welfare must come RudyardKipling's Poems Were Merely Digressions Wore Double Lense* Spectacles and Was Dubbed Beetle. By BUSS VIRGINIA SOUKUF Mason City Library Rudyard Kipling was to be buried in the poets' corner of Westminster Abbey Thursday. Others buried there in this century were Thomas Hardy in 1928 and Washington Irving in 1905. Do you know that Kipling considered his poems merely as digressions? He said "all my poems were digressions from office work. They, came without invitation unmanner- edly, in the nature of things, but they had to come and the writing of them kept me healthy and amused." Do you know that Kipling had interesting newspaper experiences in his youth? In a sketch called "My First Book" he wrote: "As there is only one man in charge of a -- steamer, so there is but one man in Not many children were in at- charge of a newspaper, and he is endance Thursday, but school; j. ditor My chie f taught me this ~ --' *--"--- "" ; o n an Intjian journal and he furth- Annual Scout Council Meeting Is Postponed; Will Be Held Feb. 6 The annual Boy Scout council leeting and banquet, scheduled for hursday night, will be held Feb. 6 t St. John's parish hall because of le cold weather. The same pro- ram will be given as originally lanned. ooms were warm and teachers on land to care for the boys and girls. Class work was continued on a cur- aiJed basis. MADRIGAL FOUR REACHES HERE Traveling Musicians Arrive for Concert, Undaunted by Weather. The Madrigal quartet, undaunted by the cold weather, arrived in Mason City Thursday for a concert at 8:15 o'clock Thursday evening in he high school auditorium. The concert is the third of the American Artists association series sponsored .ere by the high school music mothers. Sponsors of the concert announced that those planning to at- end would be assured of a warm auditorium. Although many meet- ngs are being postponed because of :he weather, it was announced that t would be impossible to postpone he Madrigal quartet concert as hese traveling musicians must adhere rigidly to a schedule in order to appear at all concerts mapped out. Dr. John F. Noble Speaks at County Medical Meeting Dr. John F. Noble, pathologist at the Ancker hospital. St. Paul, addressed the Cerro Gcrdo Medical society on "Heterophiie Anti- peneumococcus Serum Therapy in Lobar Pneumonia" Tuesday evening at the Hotel Hanford. Dr. G E. Harrison of the Park hospita spoke of unusual cases. About 5C physicians of the county attended the meeting. er explained that an order was an order to be obeyed at a, run not a walk and that any notion or notions as to the fitness or unfitncss f any particular kind of work for he young had better be held over ill the last page was locked up to iress." Was Dubbed Beetle. Do you know that Kipling wore double lensed spectacles and was dubbed Beetle at 10 years of age be. cause he stumbled when he walked ? Incidentally Beetle is one of the trio n "Salkyar'd Co." a school story. Do you know that Rudyard Kip- ,ing was named after a lake in Staffordshire where his father, the artist, met and courted Alice MacDonald ? Do you know that the poem ''The Recessional," a prayer for humility .. the breasts of Britons, was writ;en for Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee? Do you know that the laureatshif was missed because he offended Queen Victoria by a reference to her n "The Widow at Windsor" but he was the first Englishman to win the Nobel prize for literature which was awarded him in 1907? "White Man's Burden." Do you know that Kipling is th. author of "Take Up the White Man's Burden," "It's Clever but Is it Art,' 'Oh East is East and West is West and Never the Twain Shall Meet?" Do you know "Plain Tales from the Hills?" and "Toomai of the Elephants?" and "RikkiTikkiTavi?' and "The Brushwood Boy?" and "Danny Deever?" and "Fuzzy Wuzzy?" and "The Gadsbys?" anc "How the Camel Got His Hump?' and "The Law of the Jungle?" aa "Just So Stories?'" and "Kim?" and 'Rewards and Fairies?" and "Thi Seven Seas?' and "Without Benefi of Clergy?" and the "Last Chanty?' DWAN WILL RUN FOR SHERIFF )eputy Announces Candidacy on Democratic Ticket in Cerro Gordo. Cal Dwan, deputy sheriff of Cerro .(ordo county, announced Thuisday hat he will be a candidate for shei- ff on the democratic ticket in the une primaries. Mr. Dwan was ap- ointed to his present position by Woman Ordered Sent Back to China Home in Burlington Again " BURLINGTON; Jan. Mrs. Bing Gow, wife of 23. .(si-local Iowa Woman Killed and Husband Injured in Crash in Georgia COLUMBUS, Ga,, Jan. 23. UP)-County police reported today Mrs. C. R. Harding of Council Bluffs, Iowa, was killed, and her husband injured in an automobile accident on the Macon-Columbus road 14 miles from here. The Harding automobile crashed into a tree that had fallen across the highway. Harding was taken to a Columbus hospital where physicians said his injuries were not serious. Student's Health Better. LINCOLN, Neb. (UP)--University of Nebraska students are healthier because of the depression, according to Dr. R. A. Lyman, director of student health service. "The general level of the student body has risen each year since the beginning of the depression." he said. Frank Slivka, 50, Dies at Hospital Frank Slivka. 50, who resided at 107 Fifteenth street northwest, died at a local hospital at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, following an illness. He had been employed at the Lehigh Portland Cement company plant for about 20 years. He was born in Hungary Jan. 14, 1886. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Thursday. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home. Free Haircuts Aid Jobless. SANDUSKY, Ohio, (UP)--Children of relief families who have escaped father's soup bowl and sheep herders were given free haircuts by union barbers on tickets distributed by the relief office. Chinese restaurant keeper and former laundryman, who was ordered deported to China several months ago and has been held, in federa custody in Chicago, was brough back to Burlington by her husband yesterday. It is understood the bus band's father, a wealthy Keokuk laundryman. has furnished a bond with the government to be opera live for a year and to be renewed annually thereafter. Mrs. Gow': four year old daughter, born in Burlington, has been in Chicago with her mother. Mrs. Gow was ordered deported on a, charge of illegal entry into the United States. Tow Truck Turns Over When Driver Avoids Hitting Car in Street An S. and R. Chevrolet tow truck driven by Roy Bates, 214 First treet southwes't, turned over on the parking on the north side of Fif- eenlh street northwest as it wung off from Federal avenue about 6.45 o'clock Wednesday ev- :ning. Mr. Bates stated that he swung he car off from Federal avenue //hen he saw a 1930 Ford panel ruck driven by L. E. Thomas, i25 Delaware avenue northeast, parked L the center of the street. A car driven by F. J. Sackreiter. Kalispell, Mont., collided with a streetcar operated by F, L. Hulbcrt. "11 President avenue southwest, on edcral av^r.ue. The automobile vas damaged. Charles Cooling Has Editions of "Sphere" Describing Coronation; The coronation of King Edwan VIII held the interest of English men throughout the world and ever in Mason City persons of Englis descent went scurrying to their at tics or cellars or bookcases for lit erature on the kings and queens o England. Charles dooling 403 East Stat Kemmerer Appointed to Defend j. Morris Wayne Kemmerer, local attorney, was appointed by the court here Thursday to represent James Morris when he is brought to trial by County Attorney Frederick B. Shaffer to answer charges of automobile theft and jail breaking. Brought here from the men's reformatory at Anamosa, where he is now serving time as an automobile thief and parole violator, Morris pleaded not guilty to the two counts on which he is wanted here when he was arraigned before Judge M. H. Kepler. Morris' trial is scheduled as soon as disposition of jury cases already assigned is accomplished. street, came to America in 1894, bu he has preserved copies of th "Sphere," English magazine, whic thoroughly covered the .death o Queen Victoria, the coronation o King Edward VII and the corona tion of King George and illustrate the special edition with many pho tographs and drawings. , The two copies he has preserve are dated Feb. fl. 1901, and June 2' 1911. The copies were sent to hii by his brother, who was in the goy -eminent service. Mr. Cooling cam to this country at the age of 22 leaving Liverpool and arriving a Philadelphia 11 days later. For man years he farmed near -the Clay banks. 1 to quickly relieve Ihe ^ (stinging tormenturomenrr w^ usemild,soothinq-JiT~\ ResinoF HOT WATER HEATERS INSTALLED FREE! Prices Cut to Clear Stock Allied Dealers Co. 24-32 2nd St. S. E. Ph. 911 HOW COLD IT IS we are here to serve you and all you need to do is Phone 349 for prompt service. CLEANING--Your clothe* re- I turned Absolutely Odorless, j PRESSING--That lasts longer, and clothes repaired, altered, rclined. Band Box Cleaners 29 FIRST STREET S. E. COMPLETE Speedometer asid Wiper heriff J. M. Robertson upon esignation of three deputies the last CHARLES WELLS TO GIVE LECTURE HERE WEDNESDAY Local Baptists To Be Hosts to Laymen of State on Wednesday. Baptist men of Mason City are hosts to the Baptist laymen of this section of the state next Wednesday evening. A supper will be served at the church at 6:30 p. m. at which there v/ill be speaking and a general good fellowship. Several state officials ol the Baptists will be present and take part. More than a dozen are coming from Webster City. The company will adjourn to the auditorium at 7:40 p. m. to reserved seats for the lecture by Charles A. Wells of New York City. Mr. Wells is brought here by the laymen of the state. Speaking in pictures he also draws cartoons as he speaks, illustrating- his points. Head of a newspaper cartoon syndicate, he is very busy, speaking in the northern states for the Baptist work and conducting his syndicate at the same time. While seats' will be reserved for visiting Baptist men, the general public has been invited. Three Held Here on Intoxication Charges James Baker, transient, and Henry G. FaLsinger, 23Â»,i Fifteenth street northeast, were each fined $25 and costs Thursday by Police Judge Morris Laird on charges of intoxication. Henry Groh. 1518. Pennsylvania avenue northeast, was [ined $10 and costs on a similar charge. Falsinger was arrested at the Joe Homan cafe. 1448 North Federal avenue, at 12:22 o'clock Thursday morning after he had broken a window in a fight with Groh. Groh was arrested at his home at 1:30 o'clock. Baker was arrested at 119 South Federal avenue at S o'clock Wednesday evening. VIechanics to Attend Hathorn Store Party The Hathorn Motor Parts company has invited automobile me- :hanics from various establishments over North Iowa to attend a party to be held at the store, 105 Tirst street southeast, Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Special guest on :his occasion will be Joe Lencki, designer, builder and driver of rac- ng engines and cars for the past 19 years. An added attraction will the Burd piston ring special racing car which at present holds three world's records and which is eligible and will be entered in the 500 mile race at Indianapolis this year, year. Frank H. Simonds, Journalist, Passes WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. UPl-- Frank H. Simonds, '58, noted journalist, author and student of foreign affairs, died at his home here today shortly after noon. Firemen Unable to Get to Fire But Damage at Iowa Falls Is Nothing IOWA FALLS, Jan. 23.--With the thermometer at 27 degrees below the fire department, was called to, the George Rush home " near the Ellsworth quarry in the southeast part of town Wednesday morning. The fire truck could not get within a block of the house because of drifted show. They were not needed as fire scare was caused by ? chimney burning out. for Baby's Cold Proved best by two generations of mothers. ff FOILS COUGHS CONTAINS ftEAUMOJICINES "~1 ' GIVES QUICK RELIEF "Â·" COUGH Authorized Carburetor Service Genuine Carter and Stromberg Parts J A C O B Y Battery and Electric Service 110 S- Delaware Phone 319 CentralAutoElectricCo. Central Buttery A Electric *-**Â· New Address--Next tu lire Station Soot and smoke mean heating waste. K Your fuel is send- EÂ£ Ing warmih up the chimney. OUT of your house. 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