The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 7, 1931 · Page 10
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February 7, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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===^^^^^^^^^TM^TM^TM Mason City News on This Page ason ,r Feb. 7--U. C. T.i regular monthly meeting- and dinner at the P. G and E. auditorium at 6:30. Feb. 9--Annual P. G. E. Employe: club dance at the armory. Feb. 'v. 10 and 11--Cerro Gordo county corn show in Traffort .^ building, 215 North Federal av - " enue. Feb. 11, 12, 13--Tombola at St Joseph's Parish Hall. Feb. 13--Hamilton annual banquel at-Episcopal parish hall, 6:30 p m. Feb. 14--Valentine m a s q u e r a d e , dance sponsored by the American Legion. Here in Mason City Potatoes, 90o bu. Ph. 3045W. Bennett Music Studio. Ph. 614J. Tombola St. Joseph's Pariah Hall Feb. 11-12-13. Admission Free. Special Plate luncheon 35c, daily at Mason City's Soda Grill. Tombola St. Joseph's Parish Hall Feb. 11-12-13. Admission Free. Phone ALLISON 431 for the bettor Iowa Lump Coal. Its clean $7. Holy Family Ladies'. Aid are sponsoring a Card Party at P. G. E. on Tuesday evening. Dance at Rudd Saturday night. Huck Schaffer and his orchestra. St. Paul 53.55 by bus. Jefferson Bus Depot. Phone 174. P. G. E. Employees club Valentine dance, Mon. eve., Feb. 9. Music by Lloyd Wells' and his Orchestra. Couples 51, extra lady 25c. Chicken dinner tonight and Sunday--12 to 2, 75c--at Home Tea Room. Frank TV. Chambers, Lawyer, announces change of location to 205, Second Floor, M. B. A. Building. Farm Loans -- Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. L. Patton, 109 East State street. Undefeated Basketball five desires out of town games. Ph. 416 or write Royal Barbers, Clear Lake, ? y \ George Sherwin, expert advisor ~i«r,,, VWall .Street" Publishing Co. wires that Cities Service with as- · Bets over a Billion dollars and with earnings increasing remarkably month by month should easily sell at $40 during 1931. Do not delay asking C. F. Kriz, 625 M. B. A. Bldg., Phone 1181. Office open evenings. -North Iowa's Home. Newspaper JESSUP WILL BE MASON CITY GUEST SSPS! **, Dealers'!^ VJ U J^O 1 F. N. Bayless Dies at Des Moines Home F. N. Bayless, 67, died at his home in Des Moines Friday. Mr. Bayless formerly lived north of town, but has been away for th past three years. Two sans, Leste and Ora, live in Mason City. Tw other sons live, in California. Pun eral arrangements have not yc been made, but burial will probabl be at Knoxville. PRESIDENT WILL ADDRESS ALUMNI Educator Also to Speak at Noon Meeting of Chamber of Commerce. President, W. A. Jessup of the State University of Iowa will be a guest and speaker in Mason City on Wednesday, March 4, according to assurance received Saturday by Mason City alumni and former students. While arrangements for the'presi- dent's entertainment are not definite, the tentative plan is for a noon meeting at the Hotel Hanford under the auspices of the Lions club and the Chamber of Commerce and an evening banquet for Iowa alumni, former students and friends from this and eight surrounding counties. Other Cound'.es Included. This date falls two days after the national observance of the university's eighty-fourth birthday but March 4 better suited the convenience of President Jessup and those who will direct the arrangements from this end. Other counties which will be asked to join with the Cerro Gordo county organization, headed by Garfield E. Breese, are Kossuth, Winnebago, Hancock, Worth, Floyd Mitchell, Franklin and Chickasaw. Alumni or former students from counties other than these will be velcomed too, it was stated. 25 Banquets Planned. According to information received from Iowa City a total of some 25 banquets will be held in celebration I foundation day. Among those mtside of Iowa will be those at Cambridge, Mass.; Columbus, Ohio; Washington, D. C.; Moorhead, ilinn.; Fargo, N. Dak.; Omaha and "·eoria, 111. A meeting of the local alumni as- ociation officers will be held Monay for purposes of shaping plans or the evening- meeting. It is hoped that President Jessup may be accompanied on his. visit here by Frederick G. Higbee, secretary of the Iowa Alumni association and one of the three alumni members on the board in control of athletics. Farm BoardJBorrowing Investigation Shows Disputed Paragraph in Resolutions Was Adopted in Convention On the closing day of the conven-* ~--' Funeral Rites Held for Mrs. Williams at McAuley Funeral Horn Funeral services for Mrs. Agne Ann Williams, 28 Ninth stree northwest, who died Thursday a her home, were held at 2:30 o'clocl Saturday at the McAuley funera home. The Rev. Dean Haggard, pas tor of the Church of Christ, was in charge. Burial was at Elmwood. Pallbearers were J. M. PedeHy Walter Pedelty, William Fedeltj and Charles Cook. Mrs. Williams had been ill for th past year. City or Farm Property Wanted In Iowa for fine 1120 acre South Dakota tract close to Huron, land nearly all in crop and improved. Ask for information. / ECK Phono 134 Kresgc Bldg. Daly Epigrams! There is always room for more oysters in tho soup. 241 POINTS HELD BY LEADING TEAM Y. M. C. A. Membership Drive Approaches Close With Finlayson Leading. The Y. M. C. A. membership team led by Robert Finlayson with 241 points continued in the contest lead, association officials announced Saturday morning. The campaign was scheduled to close at 10 o'clock Saturday evening. Charles Gasswint's team forged to second place with 220 points. Harvey Major's team had 156 points and Clarence Scbukei's team had 125 points. One point is given for each new membership obtained, one point for each renewal and one point for each dollar collected. A total of 101 memberships, 78 renewals and 23 new, had been gained during the campaign. The goal was set at 150 memberships to bring the local association total to 1,150, Firemen Answer Two Alarms; No Blazes The fire department aswered a call to the Harry Ball home* 40,5 West State street at 3:45 o'clock Friday night when the chimney burned out. The house did not catch fire and no damage was done. The department went to the corner of South Polk avenue and Fourth street about 9 o'clock Friday night following a call .from Mercy hospital reporting a blaze in that di- ·ection. However firemen failed to ocate the fire which they thinlc was probably a chimney burning ··VMB^^^^^MO^^-^^^--^---- ^^^^^^^^TM^^^^^^^^TM^*^^** A PRACTICAL MONEY AID 'nrefm thot will lead you to this sound rfraniznlion every time you need financial elp. For its tho ono plan designed Just to icet the needs of people like you. When loney Is short--when hllla nncl expenses lount--let our loans help tide over the ouch tlmca. Come In nnd see how upecdy. ourteous nnd pleasant this assistance is. tion, Jan. 2E, the Globe-Gazette in its account of the meeting quoted the entire' resolution on the associa- .tion's attitude toward the farm board, which consisted of the following three paragraphs: Support Market Act. "Whereas, since the farmers' elevators of Iowa have been instrumental in setting the price in the local market, they have every desire to have a part in determining the price at which their grain shall be sold in the terminal market." "Therefore, be it resolved that this Farmers Grain Dealers Association in convention assembled recommended IQ the local elevators that^they sustain the marketing net m its efforts to help the farmer distribute his own products insofar as they can do so and maintain their integrity, and independence. "Be it further resolved, that we see no menace to such independence in the farmers selling their grain to such agency, nor do we see a menace in farmer controlled agencies finding it necessary to borrow from the board to sign an agreement to deliver their grain to said agency during the term of such indebtedness." Globe-Gazette Right. Shortly after the issue of Jan 20 was off the press telephone calls were received stating that the last paragraph of the resolution was not adopted by the convention and that it was not even read. E. G. Dunn, Mason City attorney, who was elected a director of the association, and who apparently had been leading the fight against the adoption of resolutions supporting the farm board, told a Globe-Gazette representative that the paragraph on borrojving from the board was not adopted- at the conventH^ He stated he had a shorthand re'- 1 porter take down the resolution as read and that the "borrowing" resolution was not recorded. Made Investigation. H. A. Holman, Rockwell, a member of the resolutions committee, however, contended the paragraph on borrowing from the farm board was in the resolutions and that it was read.'He immediately began a general investigation which cleared up the subject and established the fact that the resolution in dispute was read and adopted without opposition at the convention here. A. communication from Milford Beeg-hry, Pierson, chairman of the resolutons committee, states that he read the paragraph in question be- for the' convention. Mr. Milford's letter states Mr. Dunn was the only member of the board of directors or of the resolutions committee that objected to the paragraph on the borrowing- .of money from the federal farm board.. Went to Convention. When the committee considered according to the request of Mr. Dunn and leaving the paragraph out, Mr. Holman stated he would introduce it from the floor, according to Mr. Beeghly. The committee then decided that the entire resolution as drawn up including the paragraph opposed by Mr. Dunn should go before the convention. A copy of the -resolution containing the disputed paragraph is being mailed to every elevator member of the association, Secretary W. H. Thompson, Fort Dodge, states. Mr. Special SUNDAY DINNER You'll like it here not only the pleasant surroundings . . . but the many good things to eat, and the tasty way they're served. Dine here Sunday. TAKE CHOWMEIN HOME Serve it to your family and guests . . . a welcome, unexpected treat. We'll make any quantity you want. My . . . it's so wonderfully good . . . and" inexpensive. Soda Grill 10 South Fcdcrul Mason Oily Thompson also is writing to each member of the board of directors and each member of the resolutions committee, explaining the situation CUApNifSTO BE INSPECTED Capt. WaJter Elliott Wil Make Annual Inspection in April. The Mason City national guar units will be given their annual in spection April 20, 21 and 22 b' Capt. Walter A. Elliott, regula army instructor stationed here Captain Elliott will inspect I- company April 20, Headquarter company April 21 and F compam on April 22. l 3 The dates for this inspection were named by Adjutant General W. H Bf'ley- All of the guard units ,n the state will be inspected between March 2 and May 25. EIHot"a r re aSSignmCntS e ' Ve " Ca P tain Company D, Waterloo April 6 regimental headquarters company Cedar Falls, April 7; Company B Waterloo, April 8; Company A Du- hT e 'rA Pr11 9: ""'"'quarters com- £TM y ' Cedar R a pi ds , April 10 c pany C, Cedar Rapids. April 13- Service company, Fairf?2]d, April 14- headquarters, Fairfield, April 13 : detachment . Fairfield Hurt When Kail Breaks. - · _ -- , Feb. 7.--Mrs. Myron Haskms is confined to her home because of injured ligaments received trom a fall when the railing on thu front porch gave way ovar which she was shaking a. rug. Your Car or GREASED Have WASHED 99c LAPINER MOTOR CO. ANNOUNCEMENT The National Nurses' Institute is offering a home extension system for women or young ladies, desirous of becoming practical or attendant nurses, young ladies fitted for doctors' offices. Pay as you are learning. For information write District Organizer, ·J. F. IIUIZENGA 203 8th St. S. E. CANDIDATES FOR SCOUT OFFICERS ARE ANNOUNCED Plans Near Completion for Big Observance of Anniversary Week. The entire list of candidates foi the city council for "Run the City Day" Saturday, Feb. 14, as a part of the celebration of anniversary week, Feb. 8 to 14, is officially announced. This list of names is drawn from all parts of the city, each troop having the privilege of nominating- two of its first class scouts as candidates. The scouts making up the list are as follows: Hugo Clemens, Tr. !); Paxson Shaffer, Tr. 1; James Pauley, Tr. 14; Ralph Dtinlop, Tr. S; Floyd Kafer, Tr. 9; Roger Dclacy, Tr. 15; E. Thayer Curry, Tr. 13; Bucky Hynds, Tr. 4; Sterling Prusia, Tr. G; Jack Daugherty, Tr. 18; John Pauley, Tr. 14; Dick Stevens. Tr. 4; Robert Rankin, Tr. 8; Lloyd Slock, Tr. 13; Truman Ambroson, Tr. 3; Ken Leonard, Tr. 16, and William Mutschler, Tr. 3. 0 Scouts to Vote Scouts in attendance at troop meetings Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will vote upon these candidates, using the official ballot sent out by the scout headquarters. Each scout will vote for eight candidates. The eight receiving the most votes will be elected city councilmen, to meet at 4 o'clock in the office of the city manager in the city hall, Thursday, Feb. 12. The scouts making up the city council, under the direction of the scout office and the city-manager. P. F. Hopkins, will appoint the following officers: Mayor, city engineer, city clerk, city attorney, police judge. The city manager then will appoint the city auditor, city engineer, superintendent of waterworks, superintendent of streets, sunerintendent of parks, chief of Did You Know That FLOYD ERASER Has been soloist with the best bands In Fraser School of Music Phnmt J5145 or 1!)8 some of the U. S.'.' A35c LUNCHEON Ample in quantity and truly delicious, that describes the special B I - U E PLATE LUNCHEON served in this clean modern Cafn eucli l:iy from 11 «. m. to 3 [. m. Try it tomorrow! GREEN MILL CAFE "Tho Home of Good Food" Permanent Special - - LIMITED TIME ONLY French Croquignole waves that positively DO NOT require finger waves. We srunrnntce Our FACIALS to remove hlackhcads, ~ ~r pimples, and all face disorders / 5 C ROSES PINE MOSS GUARANTEED TREATMENT For Dandruff, Falling Hair and Baldness GILBERTS Acr s , s l^,south PHONE 3180 TYPEWRITERS -FOR RENT Royal Underwood Smith Special Rates to Students FOR SALE All Makes of Reconditioned Typewriters Portable Typewriters For Sale ROYAL -- UNDERWOOD -- REMINGTON CORONA 'If you are in need of a typewriter we would like the opportunity to serve you. Loring- Farmer Company 107 li', Mliiio / % r n n . « * "^ (M. B. A. Rldg.) Phone. 843 police, fire chief, health officer and sanitary inspector. May Malcp'Application Any scoiit in th^ city may make application for any of the appointive offices. The scouts elected to the city council may or may not, as they so desire, appoint a member of their own group to fill the office of city manager, provided application is made to the scout office on a special application blank which will be furnished to the troops. Scouts receiving appointment for the city offices, will take office at 9 o'clock Saturday. Feb. 14, and serve for the day. Automobile Reported Stolen From Street Clifford O'Harrow, . 156 Twelfth street southwest, reported to police at 4:50 o'clock Saturday morning his automobile stolen from in front of his home. The car, a 1930 Oldsmobile coach, carried license 171245, according to police records. Pointed Truths By K. \V. FISCHBECK No tures man is exceed rich whose cxpendi- his means; and no one is poor whose incomings exceed his outgoings. * » ,» In Ihe bank, vou deposit capital" to get interest; in Life Insurance, you deposit interest to get capital. A measly old geezer named Pell, said "Insurance? Pray why? I'm well." Now his widow, poor thing, must 'wash, rinse and wring. Let's hope the old tightwad's in heaven, * * * No inmate of the poorhpuse ever planned to get there; the way to stay out is to save when it is possible to do so ... one cannot save when there is no income. 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Private Discuses of Men nnd Women Successfully Trciitcd Dr. COTHERN, Specialist Otfico: Hi/2 S. Fcfloral Avc., over Krcago's Dollar Store Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Wed. and Sat. Evenings 0:80 to 8:30 ^^^^^^·^·········1 One of the Season's Big Affairs! P. G. E. Employees CLUB "Valentine Dance" at the Armory Monday, February Music By Lloyd Wells and His Orchestra .(Formerly of Wisconsin Roof Garden, Milwaukee) Music That Puts "Pep" in Your Step LAVISH DECORATIONS UNUSUAL LIGHT EFFECTS AND NOVELTIES THE DANCE EXTRAORDINARY If You Don't Dance -- Come Anyway -See This Colorful Array of Decorative Splendor ADMISSION $1.00 per couple-Extra Ladies 25c

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