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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1935
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~rS«S MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 25 ·§ 1935 ELEVEN ? POLITICS ORD ERED DIVORCED FROM ROAD SAFETY PATROL TOLD TO AVOID CAMPAIGN PARTS Mrs. Miller Instructs Men to Resign From Posts in Organizations. DES MOINES, July 25. UP)--Thu secretary of state, Mrs. Alex Miller, today ordered politics divorced from the Iowa highway safety patrol. She instructed the S3 men comprising the patrol to resign immediately from "any political organization" and to notify Patrol Chief John R. Hattery of their action. The patrol's attention was called to section five of the highway safety act passed by the last general assembly which says: Section Is Quoted. "No member of the patrol shall,' while in such position, be a candidate for any political office, or take part in or contribute any money or things of value, directly or indirectly, to any political campaign or to any candidate for public office. Anyone violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be punished as provided by law." - "It must be distinctly understood that I expect an observance of the s-'rit as well as the letter of this 11 ' from every member of this furce," Mrs. Miller told the patrol. Must Notify Chief. "If you are at present a member of any political club or hold any office in any political organization you will make your resignation from that organization at once. You will please arrange to notify Chief Hattery within 24 hours that you have complied with this order." 'The secretary's order preceded by more than a week the beginning of active duty by the patrol. Chief Hattery said the training period for the officers had been completed but delay in obtaining equipment had caused the actual date of the start of the patrol's activities to be set over to Aug. 3. Bristow Celebration Will Be Held Aug. 5 BRISTOW, July 25.--The Bristow Boosters are planning for the usual big celebration here Aug. 5. :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Guests From Newton. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. F. Mains of Newton are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mains, and sister, Mrs. Bessie Beard. Finishes Summer Course. DOWS--Miss Mary Ellen Evans is in the parental Fleming Evans home, having finished six weeks summer school at Iowa City. Visitor From Mitchell. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Clara Rippe of Mitchell, S. Dak., came Sunday to see her mother, Mrs. J. M. Johnson who is ill. Daughter Is Born. AREDALE--Mr. and Mrs. C. Stock are parents of a baby girl born to them last week. Leave for Canada. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Elizabeth Morse left Monday for Three Hills, Alberta, Canada, to visit six weeks at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Micklejohn and her sister. Miss Bertha Hills, also of Three Hills. Visitors From Nevada. JOICE--Dr. and Mrs. George Ostrem and Barbara, and Mrs. Henry Ostrem, all of Nevada, visited at :he Dr. E. H. Ostrem home Sunday. Mrs. Henry Ostrem remained for a visit with her son and family. Birthday Is Celebrated. POPEJOY--A large family gathering was held at the A. R. Trous dale home Sunday in honor of the seventy-sixth birthday of her mother. Mrs. Ed Drury. There were 35 present from various points in .his section of the state. Visitors From Peoria. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Sioux Falls Man Hit 1 by Train and Killed SIOUX CITY, July 25. CSV-A man tentatively identified at C. H. "Curd, Sioux Falls, S. D., failed to step .from the path of a Great Northern gasoline train and was killed north of here. The identification was obtained from a name on a notebook found in the victim's clothing. The train was enroute to Willmar. Minn. William Bocklcr and sons. Roy, Wil- iarcl and 'Francis of Peoria and Maria Fandel of Mason City are vis- ting this week in the Peter Volk home. Will Go West. KANAWHA -- Lewis Harriman, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harriman, left j for Ames Sunday. On Thursday he ' will start for Colorado Springs, Denver and points west for a vacation trip. Born at Kockford. ROCKFORD--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hall Sunday an eight pound daughter named Dolores Lorraine. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pierce Tuesday a nine pound son. A Caesarean operation was performed and the mother and son are at Cedar Valley hospital and the condition of both is. good Leave for Chicago. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Sj'Ivan Huglen and daughter, Gloria and Art White left early Sunday for Chicago where Mrs. Huglen and daughter will visit her sister while Mr. Huglin and Mr. White expect to go to Detroit, Mich., to the air show. Doctor? Lawyer? Merchant? You can't tell what a. baby will do in life just by looking at it. Bill's RnlTel.phon. «TMew people who looked at the first feeble little telephone in 1876 could foresee that it would grow into a nationwide communication system that would be used millions of times every day. Those who did, formed an organization to "bring up" the baby telephone. That organization is the Bell System. In this System, the American Telephone and Telegraph Company and 24 Associated Companies, such as the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, are the operating units. Each of the Associated Companies serves a part of the United States. The American Company, parent company of the System, "coordinates their activities and operates the long distance lines that join the facilities of these companies to form a nationwide network. The Bell Telephone Laboratories develop high-grade standardized equipment and the Western Electric Company manufactures it. For more than 50 years, these various parts of the Bell System have been working together to make telephone service better and better. Today service is more dependable and extensive than ever before. One of the 85O,OOO persons who have savings invested in the Bel! System Men and women in all walks of life are stockholders of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, parent company of the Bell System. More than half of them are women. Arc in Block Hills. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. £ Mrs. Charles Peterson and son are spending a vacation in the Black Hills and other western points. Are in New Kichland. JOICE--Mrs. Lena Abraham and family spent Sunday at the Atalla Abraham home in New Richland, Minn. Visitor From Iowa City. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats of Lakota visited the first of the week with the Newland and Helling families. Mrs. Loats was formerly Halvia Sanden. Mrs. Jay Mariner ff Iowa City is visiting her mother, Mrs. Balkan, this week. Leave for Okoboji. EAGLE GROVE--Judge Herman Long, son, Gerald, and daughter, Geraldine, of Wakeeney, Kansas, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson for several days, left for Lake Okoboji Tuesday, where they have taken a cottage for a month. Submits to Operation. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Carroll Gullickson was operated on for appendicitis Monday evening at the Kingland hospital. Visitor From Minnesota. NORA SPRINGS--Fred Meier of Eden Valley, Minn., is visiting his brother and sister here, John and Miss Mary Meier. Returns From jtow.i City. SWALEDALE -- Wilbur 'patton returned from Iowa City much improved in health. Bus Drivers Elected. DUMONT--The school board accepted the following men's bids for driving school buses this fall: Earl Crooks, E. E. Hanawalt, Walter Raisch and Earl Reed. The first two are new drivers. Gus Stock was rehired as janitor of the schoolhousc at $860. a raise of So a month. Boys Are Recovering. LUVERNE--Virgil Shipley, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shipley, north of town, suffered a broken collarbone while playing ball. Douglas Phillips, 4, son of the Ernest Phillips of Sioux City, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Sherm Phillips, Luverne, fell and suffered a leg fracture. Both boys are recovering. Leave for Minnesota, STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Boston of Moravia and son, Bobbie, left Tuesday for Minnesota for a week's vacation. Home From Boulder. GENEVA -- Marjorie Clock arrived home from Boulder, Col., where she attended summer school. She attended the National Teacher's association. Visiting in Wisconsin. ROCKWELL -- Mr. and Mrs. George Simon and son. James, and Miss Mildred Reineke are spending a few days with relatives at Kilbourne, Wis. Early Settler Visitor. SWALEDALE -- Harry Biisic of Camby, Ore., an old settler of this vicinity, is visiting relatives and friends. From here he goes to California to make his home with his daughter. Return From East. LUVERNE -- Miss Jeanne Jennings and her brother, Grant, Jr., returned Sunday from a trip through the east. They attended the International Christian Endeavor convention at Philadelphia. Daughter Is Born. THORNTON -- Mr. and Mrs: Ihrist Nelson, south of Thornton, are parents of a girl born Monday. Are On Fishing Trip. EMMONS -- Messers. Lambert Goeman, Nels Breke, Irnel Knutson and George Schwimler departed for a. fishing trip through central Minnesota. Finishes Summer School. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Hazel Coon, principal of Central school in Mason City returned to her home jere Monday having finished her :erm of summer school at River Falls,' Wis. She also visited Balsam Lake and Ladysmith, Wis., at the close of school. Visitors From Minneapolis, STACYVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown and the twins Margaret and Lawrence and Leonilla of Minneapolis are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Val Brown. Visit in Canada. LUVERNE--Mrs. A. L. Spooner accompanied by her son, Lloyd Spooner and wife and son of Fort Dodge are taking a two weeks auto :rip through the north and .west. They will visit the late Dr. A. L. Spooner's relatives at Cambri, Can.. and will spend some time at Banff and Lake Louise. Honored on Birthday. GENEVA--Mrs. William Noble was guest of honor at a dinner party Sunday at the Howard Richards home celebrating her birthday anniversary which was July 23. · Recital Is Presented. GREENE--Mrs. M. B. Call presented two of her advanced piano mpils, Miss Lucile Downs and Miss 3orothy Mather in piano recital, assisted by Mrs. H. A. Downs, soprano; Mrs. G. A. Carney at the organ and Irene Downs accompanist. Guests From California. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Jiur Atkinson, Ventura, Cal., Miss Phyllis Atkinson, Hampton, visited at the C. F. Johnston Sr., home Monday. Assigned to Section. BRISTOW--L. K. Day of Coulter, who was recently assigned to this section by the C. G. W. railway company, returned to his former home and J. Sweet of Waverly, is taking charge of the section here. Mr. ami Urs. Sweet moved into the L. J. Mathews property Monday. Visit at Spencer. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bond and Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Kramer and Ruby, spent Sunday at Spencer in the Rev. George Siemcn's home. Visitors From Florida. ARMSTRONG--Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Robenson of Florida, visited Saturday in the Ed Van Dorston home. Mr. and Mrs. Robenson are visiting relatives in Algona and Spirit Lake. Visitors From Illinois. GREENE--The Rev. and Mrs. Elba Gilmore, daughter, Miss Wilma, and son, Kenneth of Fremont, 111., who visited relatives in southern Iowa were guests of the Den Ellis family. They were enroute to Pipestone, Minn. Guests From Colorado. LONEROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Grover Grubb of Colorado Springs, are visiting Mr. Grubb's mother, Mrs. Martha Grubb. Visitors From Kapids. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Cliarlos KLaceke, Braham Abraham and son, Charles, Cedar Rapids, visited relatives here Sunday leaving Miss Si- noma, who spent the past two weeks at Cedar Rapids. Sheatsley Speaker in Cresco Lutheran Church CRESCO, July 25.--An illustrated lecture on "Our Mission Field in India," will be given in the auditorium of Immanuel Lutheran church Thursday evening at S o'clock by the Rev. C. V. Sheatsley, Columbus. Ohio. The lecture is replete with interesting scenes and experiences in 85 colored slides. Doctor Sheatsley is executive secretary of the Indian section of the board of foreign missions of the church. American Lutheran Plan Mission Festival. BELMOND, July 25.--St. John's Lutheran church will hold the annual festival mission Sunday. The program will include three services with the morning speaker, Ulrich Roth, a student in theology. Eagle Grove; afternoon, the Rev. Paul Meier from Hampton, and at the evening service, the Rev. A. G. Rausch from Rcadlyn. Will Close Business. HAMPTON, July 25.--Eibby's ready-to-wear store is selling out its stock of merchandise and will close its business here next week. On 2 Weeks' Vacation. SWALEDALE--Dr. and Mrs. Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bender left Sunday for a two weeks vacation on the Minnesota lakes. $100,000 MONTH IN LIQUOR PROFIT State Commission Reports Net Gain Over Million for Past Year. DES MOINES, July 25. WJ--The Iowa liquor commission reported today that net profits of Iowa liquor stores for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1935, totaled $1,120,781.75 --or nearly 5100,000 a month. Gross receipts for the period totaled $5,338,571.93, the commission reported. Sales for the last six months of the year amounted to S2,- 479,296.22 and for the first six months to $2,859,275.71. The commission pointed out that it used ,$110,000 of the half million dollars appropriated by the legislature to establish the liquor control system. This sum, it declared, had been paid back to the state treasury in full by Sept. 29, 1934. Since then, the report stated, the commission has operated without financial assistance from the state. To date the commission has not paid any of its profits into the state treasury, using all its income in establishing the system, setting up stores, paying personnel and purchasing liquor stocks. Commission members said, how- Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! Demonstration work, which supplements the regular 4-H projects for both the boys' and the girls' work, was one of the important phases of the 1934 4-H work, and 998 different demonstration teams were trained last year. The girls put on 2,325 demonstrations in 99 different counties and demonstrated improved farm practices to 140,746 persons. ever, they expected to make the first profit payment to the state late this year. Hampton, Iowa Falls Bands Give Concerts IOWA FALLS, June 25.--The Hampton band under the direction of F. 0. Griffen, played the Tuesday evening concert at Estes park. This is a large and well trained organization and Iowa Falls music lovers enjoyed a real treat. The Iowa Falls municipal band and its leader, Marlyn Ridout played a concert for Hampton Wednesday night and was well received. Alumni Plan Picnic. FLOYD, July 25.--The Floyd Alumni association will hold the annual picnic Sunday, Aug. 4, at Colson's Springs. DATE CHANGED ON TAX HEARING Move for Writ to Prevent Collection of Process Levy Aug. 6. SIOUX CITY. July 25. UP)--At the request of the federal government and the acquiescence of the other counsel. Judge George C. Scott has changed the date for the hearing on preliminary injunction sought by three firms to restrain collection of process tax. The court moved the date from Sept. 23 to Aug. 6 and has tentatively set the place of hearing at Sioux City. The suits were brought by the John Morrell packing- company of Ottumwa, the Rath packing company of Waterloo and the Martens and Ketels milling company of Sioux City, attacking the processing tax as unconstitutional. Tuesday Julge Scott issued a temporary restraining order, staying the collection of the tax pending the hearing on the preliminary injunction. A motion to dismiss the cases will be filed by the government in a few days and will be argued at the same time as the injunction hearing. If you have a 1934 ^ 1935 MODEL CAR.. FUEL 1934 and 1935 Models of the following makes of Cars will operate more efficiently on 6-X ETHYL because of their high motor speeds and high compression ratios: Dodge Ford Graham Chevrolet Hudson. Chrysler Hupmobile De Soto Lafayette LaSalle Lincoln Nash Oldsmobile Packard Pierce Arrow Plymouth Pontiac Reo Studebaker Terraplane Auburn Buick Cadillac \ x »'V ** ^ASt ,v? «, v

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