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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
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V. ' -- ' -- · Hancock National Bank Annual Meeting Held ,, GARNER--Garner's only bank the Hancock National, held t i t TM» U rf mcc « n S °* stockholders ?!,,, , y t caltem °°"- Dividend checks of 5 per cent had been mailed earlier. Deposits during the anri /° ar WCre S 58 °. s2 5-79; loans and discounts, 5255,053.67- ca-=h on 'and, $273,230.52. The old direc- tois were elected. They are C. H. Nelson, Nat A. Buck, N E Brenr TW. T°'' d ' f olm Love ' William Boehnke and J. S. Wesson. The rtirectors re-elected C. H Nelson president; Nat A. Buck, vice president and cashier; H. H| Ollen- bcrg, assistant cashier, and W L ·tiasgs, assistant cashier. Our sympathy goes out to the man who comes homo do»-tired only to find his wife feeling kittenish.--N. 1'. Times. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 14 B 1937 MADE-TO-ORDER ' ANY SIZE--ANY STYLE LATEST MOULDINGS PHOTO STUDIO Phone 2272 Next J. c. Penney Co. I E T Y Benefit Card Party Sponsored by Alchor Shrine at P. G. E. Eighteen tables of bridge and 500 were played at the benefit party sponsored by Alchor Shrine, No. G, order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem at the P. G. and E. assembly room, Wednesday night. Mrs. Archie T. Woods and Mrs. Jess Mathewman o£ the activity committee had charge of the party. Refreshments were served by Mrs. George Schmaehl and committee. Prizes . were awarded to Mrs. Hazel MCollough, R. A. Washburn, Mrs. M. W. Burns, R. E. Johnson, H. W. Knutson, Mrs. O. T. Anderson, William Henkel, A. C. Kluck, Mrs. H. W. Knutson, W. H. Patterson, Mrs. H. Schiffman and Mrs. M. Yqungdale. The door prize was given to Mrs. Jack Weir. The shrine will hold a stated meeting in the Masonic temple on Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 7:30 o'clock. Cleverly Styled. Smartly Furred Sale Priced! Tomorrow , , , A marvelous chnnce for saving's! Stunning sport and dressy coats that achieve superb flattery with magnificent collars . . . clever sleeves . . . interesting details! Many are adorned with gorgeous furs . . . others are attractively self-trimmed---all are carefully made from sturdy fabrics! Remarkable For outstanding- individuality--these luxuriously furred coats are unsurpassable! Fabrics of unequalled quality are cleverly fashioned into the newest silhouettes- topped with distinctive collars of select Wolf, Cross Fox, Marmnik, Filch, Jap Coon! Rare values! Now is the Time to Stive! Before fur prices go higher--select a gorgeous fitted or swagger fur coat of sumptuous Northern Seal or Lapin . . . s o stunning w i t h i n d i - vidual ripple or wing collars! They're worth decidedly more! Reduced for Clearance! All taken from regular higher priced stock and reduced for instant closeout! Not all sizes in every style--but a huge variety to choose from! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE Claire Dodd and Her "Surprise" The 5:30 covered dish dinner will be in charge of Mrs. George O Farrar. FAMILY DISPUTE IS BROUGHT TO MYERS TO SOLVE DR. GARRY C. MYERE. PH. D. Child Psychologist. All too often for my comfort parents and children will write me saying they have agreed to abide by my decision on some disputed family problem. 1 surely disliked to disappoint the Minnesota boy who wrote: "We have agreed to abide by your decision as to whether it is safe and advisable for a boy 12 years lod to receive n .22 gun tor Christmas. "I inclose a three cent stamp (Jc) for your reply, and thanking you and hopjjig that your decision is in my favor, I remain "BILLY BUSCH." But how could. I do otherwise? And tiie boy whose mother wrote from Connecticut: Begs for Kiflc. "My son aged 13 has been bogging for an air rifle or 'BB gun When I refused him he said, 'Why don't you write to Dr. Myers and see what he says about them?' " To my follow parents, let me suggest that when you are sure the granting of a.request to your clnld is very perilous to binvliave no arguments about it. Say no and let it be final--i. e., if vou have done so up to now, and have trained your child from early infancy in the unambiguous meaning of "no," rarely heard. Otherwise do the best you can. The greatest danger from a bow and arrow, BB gun, or real gun, is not to the child who learns to use' it, but to innocent other children who may be looking on. I have a friend who is an eye surgeon. He tells me of the scores o£ children who lose an eye from their air rifle. ITacl BB Gun. My youngest boy at the age of 12 was allowed to have a-BB gun at our summer home which is on the edge of a forest, with the understanding that it would be used only in, accordance with certain definite rigid rules, and would disappear .foref ,,v if one of these rules were violated; that, furthermore, it never could be taken to the city Ho lived up to these rules so faithfully that he was allowed at the age of 13 to buy from his savings a .22 rifle, to be used only under supervision, never to be shown other boys who would come around, and never to be taken t the city. Think ot the tragedies from children using guns owned by adults in the home. With very few exceptions, all firearms should be kept under lock and key where there are children. However, some children arc so well trained as never to touch anything clearly forbidden, even while the parents are absent and no one else is supervising them. It can be done But it almost never is. One thing more. Let us train the child from babyhood never to throw stones at any one, nor to fight with sharp sticks; that while it is proper to fight in self-defense with the bare fists, it is always cowardly tcrfight with weapons. --o-Kinney, Mason Cify, on Nora Springs Program NORA SPRINGS--A one act piny, "While the Toast Burned," will be given in the high school auditorium Thursday evening at a o'clock. C. K. Kinney of Mason City, will give a halt hour of. impersonations. The entertainment is sponsored by the Epworlh league under the direction of Rosella Dancliffe, with Charlenc Dinsmore, Dale A l f r e d , Mary Henderson, Charles Kennedy and Marjory Alfred comprising the cast in the play. Officers Installed After Election at Forester Meeting Officers were elected and installed by Midland court No. 226 Independent Order of Foresters Wednesday evening at a meeting in Moose hall. William P. Chamberlin was elected court deputy; Herbert L. Boothroyd, chief ranger: Vern E. Mott, vice chief ranger; Mrs. Boothroyd, recording secretary; Mrs. Mott, financial secretaary; Orlando Belseth, treasurer; Mrs. Chamberlin, orator; Mrs. H. Kennedy, organist; Mrs. Belseth, senior woodward; Elizabeth Funston, junior woodward. Henry Kuppinger was named senior beadle: Joe Johnson, junior beadle; Mrs. S. A. Bemis and Mrs. Willis Bemiss, trustees; Mrs. F. G. Frcitag and Sidney Bemis, finance committee; Mr. Bemis, past chief ranger. The newly elected officers were installed by the high vice chief ranger, Mr. Chamberlin. At the close of the cerempny, refreshments were served by the entertainment committee headed by Willis Bemiss. Social Calendar Proposes Fine for Disturbing Worship DBS M01NES, «)--Senator L. H. Doran (R) of Boone filed today a bill to impose a $100 fine for any person "disturbing worship" on Sunday. Bills to Provide for Snow Removal Costs Filed by Sioux Cityan DES MOINES, (IT) -- Senator Tom E. Murray (D) of-Sioux City filed Thursday two bills to take care of the expense of snow removal in Sioux City last winter. One would legalize n $G2,G84 emergency expenditure and the second would empower a J40.000 tax levy- Clean Out Poisonous Acids Your Kidneys cont.iln 0 million liny tubes or fillers which may he enilnnccrcd »y nekiei:l or drastic, irrilntinK rini«s Be careful. If f u n c t i o n a l Kidney or IJModcr disorders mnkn you suffer from acHinj; Up Night*. Nervousness. LOM of Pep, Lcc Pains, micumatic Pains Di?7i- ncss. Circles Under Eyes. Neuralgia Acirtlly. Rurntne. Smarting tr Ilchii,.. tlnn t Inkc dinners. Gel tl l o doclnr's BHilr.inlcerl prescription Cystcx. the mcisl mortem advanced t r e a t m e n t for these Irnithlcs. StO.otm.nn deposited w l l h Until: of Amcrira. Los Angclc.i. Oliform'.i, uunr.inlccs tlmt Cyslex must tiring npiv v i l n l l t y in in hours nnd m n k c ynu feel years younfior in one week or money Hack on return of empty package. Tcle- rvJH 0 . £?" r ~' lr "««" 1 ""· Rifaranlcc'ti C.^strx 'Suss-Tcxl today. PHONE 724 Clear Lake Marshall Swift, Inc. Complete Service o Quality Cleaning! New Modern Laundry! Latest Styles in Fur Coals! · For Highest Quality Workmanship lift North Fourth Street THURSDAY Girl Reserve advisers-6 o'clock, Mrs. Lyle Pickford, 204 Seventh street northeast, pot luck dinner. Garfiehl P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, open house. Live-Y-ers-- 7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., "Money ' Management" by Carl A. Parker, "The Budget Ghost," T. N. T. club. II. IV. A. lodge-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall, installation of officers, oyster supper for members and families. Girls' Triangle club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. D. L. Kralz. FRIDAY Central Lutheran erroup-- Mrs. J. G. Hanson, 510 Ninth street southeast. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, hostess, division 6, program division 5. Harmony Guild-1 o'clock, Congregational church. St. John's Guild-1 o'clock, Mrs. G. S. Avery, 22V" Second street northeast Wilson 1». T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. Ward Hamilton, speaker. Jefferson 1. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, Miss Lydia BatTelfe, speaker, board meeting at 1:30 o'clock. Rnoscvclt-Jackson P. T. A. 7:30 o'clock, school, the Rev. Roy W. Peyton, speaker. TuckabntcJicc class-Mrs. W. E. Gilclner, 217 Fifth street northwest, Mrs. E. R. Dun- 'lop, Mrs. C. B. Sherman, Mrs. William Glanvillc. Sf. James Ladles aid-Division 2, Mrs. S. Underwood, 215 Twenty-fourth street southwest; division 3, 2 o'clock Mrs Elsie Slock, 428 Fifth street southwest. Presbyterian Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne, talk on "China." Mrs. H. C. Johnson, devotions, Mrs. C. Garnsworthy, Mrs. Lulu Richardson, Mrs. D. Stott, hostesses, ses. Baptist Mission circle-Mrs. John Wiley, 323 Tiliode Island avenue southeast, Mrs. J. T. Laird, leader. Queen Rchekah Loflpe-- 7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, program nt B o'clock. Kill ICarc Klub -P. G. E. auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dunn, hosts. Progressive club-Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Files. Pleasant Ridge' clnfi-- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, impromptu program. LEGION' AUXILIARY PLANS CARD PARTY Members of the American Legion Auxiliary win sponsor a card party Tuesday afternoon nt 2 ] o'clock at the P. G. and E. auditorium. Mrs. Karl K. Howe and Mrs. Vic Randall are in charge of arrangements. WILSON T. T. A°~~ TO MEET FRIDAY Wilson p. T. A. witi meet Fri- . day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the school Tor a program which will include a talk by Mrs. W. R. -Tamilton and piano solos by Lois ^onover, Sally McMichacl and f h e o Hunt. Manuscript writing vill be demonstrated by Miss Helen ^reen's first grade and creative art by the second grade. Refreshments will be served by the second grade mothers with Mrs. Jackson n charge. IEAN DEVOE WILL 'RESENT TUPILS Jean DeVoe will present a group of her piano pupils in recital Frilay evening at 7:30 o'clock at her home, 1010 Jefferson avenue northwest. In the group are Jack Benson, Dosia Carlson, David Gil- jertson. Burton Gindlcr, Herbert Gindler, Betty Lou Grecnman, Jean and Sara Houser, Mildred Millifian, Robert Powell and Adell Robinson. --o--· MINNESOTA PAIR LICENSED TO \VKT) Howard A. Kuchn, 23, Minneapolis, and Etola G. Guse, 18, St. Paul, have obtained a marriage license here. Hollywood was surprised when H learned that Claire Dndtl, screen sr.lrcss, known in private life as Mrs. J. Milton Strauss, has a three month old baby son, Jnlm Michael Strauss. "It never has been a secret," says the actress, "but nobody asked us " Miss Oodd has been married to Strauss, a. prominent realtor, for five' years. lha(, also, was a secret. ERWIK' M. RILEY I'D WED AT IUOHNE Miss Lulu May Mock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Mock of Mercer, Mo., will become the bride ot Erwin M. Riley, formerly of Mason City, at Molino, 111., Saturday. They will make their home it 1127 Fifteenth street in Moline where Mr. Riley is employed by the John Deere Plow Works. He went to Moline a few weeks ago after completing three years in the regular army. Vlsilnr From Rcnwick. ROWAN--Miss Jannel Clowen? of Renwick is spending a week m the home of Mr. and Mrs. R H. Keith. ' Visitors From Missouri. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kruger and daughter, Patricia, of Center, Mo., are here at the Fred Kruger home to spend a few months. Patricia will attend school while here. ·--o-- Leaves f o r Clinton. GARNER--Mrs. J. E. Wichman closed her home and left on the bus for an indefinite stay in the home of her daughter and son-in- law. Dr. and Mrs. Lcs Fcnlon, Clinton. --o-- Coaslinfr Injuries Fatal. ATLANTIC, w--Ernest DOI-- v sey, 19, of Anita, died here of injuries suffered in a coasting accident near Anita. Herman Hayes New Polk County Agent DES MOINES, (/P)--Herman Hayes, Sioux City, was named Polk county agent to succeed Frank J. Reynolds. Hayes has served as Woqdbury county agent for the past nine years. His appointment is effective Feb. B. Returns From DCS afoincs. ROWAN -- Miss Angle Bnines, chief telephone operator of Rowan, returned from DCS Moines to take up her duties a f t e r spending two months' vacation with her mother and nephew, who are living there while he is attending business college. SEVEN Veronica Kenefick Bnde of New York Man; To Go on Trip EAGLE GROVE--Miss Veronica Kenefick of Eagle Grove and Arthur M. Doenecke oC Brooklyn, N. Y., were married Thursday, .Ian. H, at the St. Vincent Ferrer's priory, in Brooklyn, by the Very Rev. T. S. McDermott, O. P. The attendants were Miss Juanita Kcnctick of Rochester, Minn., sis- ler of the bride, and Justus Doe- neckc of Brooklyn, brother of the bridegroom. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Kenefick of Eagle Grove; a graduate of Sacred Honrt school in Eagle Grove, and attended the Iowa State university. For about 10 years past she has been the assistant postmistress in Eagle Grove. Mr. Doenecke is a member ot the firm of Justus D. Doenecke and Son, Inc., building contractors in Brooklyn; was educated in the Ethical Culture school in New York, and Dartmouth college, Hanover, N. H. A wedding dinner was served at the Barbiznn Plaza hotel in New York, and they will leave Saturday on a three weeks' cruise in the West Indies on (he steamship Queen of Bermuda. Father McDermott, who performed the marriage ceremony, is a son of the late W. J. McDermoH, a former rosirimasler of the Chicago and North Western, northern Iowa division, at Eagle Grove. --o-- AVill Install Friday. LIME SPRINGS--Utopia chapter, O. E. S., will hold an open installation in the Masonic hall Friday evening at R o'clock. Worthy matron is Mrs. Florence Jones. When Bladder is Irritated When Passiice is Difficult. When Backache Bothers Flush Poisonous Waste and Acid From Kitlncvs GAIN IN HEALTH If yon flrtm'l fct'llnn just rlqht--arc nervous--In ivy dl/.zy spoils and. occasional backache--study your klrinuys aixl k\irn more nliout yourself. not! function properly--tlviy nr*cci cleaning. One reliable medicine, hiqtily n E f i c i e n t ·mrt Inexpensive! is GOL.V) MEDAL JInnrlem Oil Capsules--you can't yo .vrong on this jjrfind imjrlkino for it lias bcoti h e l p i n g prnplc for St ye:i:','--to r:nv- crl their riches and iniins ami to hanl^i urit: aclrt condtlions, the jicRraviifion of .sciatica, neuritis, ·5CMrrtltfLa 1 lutnh.ij-o nistl hcumntisrn. So if ynu have such symptoms nf Kidney Iron bin FVS Ixitrlsnch?, nor vmip »(?.«·«. up Uvo or Ihrec times (Uirlnc Ihn niMiu--scanty. burning "' sntartin'! P.TF- 5EtKu--lor, cramps--moist palms or p u f f y eyes net n 35 cent p.icka^n of this crnntl and harmless rtiui'a'ic nt any modern drugstore--iI st-irtfi th« first day on Us errand of hclphilGSR. But lit? sure it's GOLD MEDAL Hanrl(?m Oil Cnpsules--tnc oriRinaJ -- I l i c nine--rinlit from Haarlem in HoHnnrt. ? V IN QUALITY AND MORE Hundreds Of Pieces Throughout The Store Offered At A Great Sacrifice BUY NOW FOR LATER D E L I V E R Y - F R E E STORAGE Terms At No Extra Cost -- Phone 200 For Evening Appointment 19-21 First Street S. E. Mason City

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