Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 12, 1931 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZE'i v rE Manufacturers' Sale of STYLISH DIAMOND MOUNTINGS Scout Troop Is Founded at Meeting ! \1adison P. T. A. Observes : . Founders' Day With Program. Boy scout troop No. 5 was in- italled at the meeting of the Madi-an P. T. A. Wednesday evening at 'he school. The troop is sponsored iy the P. T. A. and Kenneth J. 31eason had charge. Troop 14 of GarfieW school with Ted Veeder, scoutmaster, " had charge of the ceremony of administering the scout oath. The troop committee men are Andrew Olson, William J.. Reece, H. C. Griffith, Leo King, George Nelson and John Bailey. Milo Peterson is the scoutmaster and Clarence Kittleson, assistant. The Roosevelt-Mndison orchestra played a number of selections. Mrs. J. H. Marston' gave the main iddress in commemoration of founders' day. "The P. T. A. was founded Feb. 17, 1807," Mrs. Marston said. "In 34 years it has grown to a membership of one and a half million." She spoke of the problems of parents which have been about the same the generations and stressed the point that the atmosphere of the '!ome lasts for the child. , During the business meeting vhich followed the Madison P. T. A. went on record as being opposed to compulsory military training. It ivas voted to sponsor the commun- ity center. Plans for a play to be given March 5 were announced. "* PALS-GSALOW BELMOND, Feb. 12.--Miss Gertrude Gealow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gealow, was married Wednesday afternoon to William Pals, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pals. They were attended by Alma Dorenkamp and George'Mennenga.. The Rev. J. C. Buthman performed the ceremony. The couple will live on a farm near Goodell. NELSON-ANDERSON LYLE, Minn., Feb. 12 Miss Alpha Anderson, daughter of Ole Anderson-, and Joy Nelson, son of Mrs. Nels Nelson, were married by the Rev. O. M. Langehaugh at the Lutheran parsonage. Miss Palma Austinson, cousin of the bride and Verno'n Anderson, brother of the bride, attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have left on a wedding trip to Cannon Falls, Minn., and on their return will make their home on the farm of Mrs. Ne!s Nelson east of town. .;, NANCY HALSOR IS HONORED AT PARTY Nancy Halsor, 617 East State street, was honored at a birthday party given at her home Wednesday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock on the occasion of her birthday. There were nine guests and a Valentine motif was carried out in the decorations. --·;·-- Placed Third in Exam. ROCKFORD, Feb.. 12.--Woodrow Wilson, son of Mayor James J. Wilson, who entered a competitive examination at Mason City for appointment to the naval academy at Annapolis, Maryland, has received notice that he placed third In this examination. FEBRUARY 12 1931 FIRST AMERICAN IN 1931? Storre Again Heads Joice Trust Bank JOICE, Feb. 12.--The annual meeting of the Farmers Trust an1 Savings tank was held Tuesday. All officers were re-elected as follows: O. K. Storre, president; Ole Kringlaak, vice president; Hans H Teigen, vice president; T. H. Bakkeu, director; Chris Halvorson, director; G- C. Dahl, director; H. M. Kittleson, director; S. R. Torgesnn cashier and J. M. Paulson, assistant cashier. The past year has been a successful year and at the close of the meeting 8 por cent dividend checks were paid to the stockholders. l, w ? th y r , sW TM al °" B ' 2n(I ' da'TM tho unusual distinction of having been the first child born in the United States in 1931. The son of tl f , famous lawyer arrived at 12:01 a. m, Jan. 1. Ills mother i s shown in maternal adoration In her New York home »«u»vu in $/oo Diamond Value NOW f New Low 193 1 Diamond 7 Pnces Have your diamond reset after the new mode. LOWEST PRICES IN TEN YEARS We obtained these fine settings at a very low figure and the saving- goes to you. You may buy with confidence at Blanchard's. §25.00, Now New Shallow Crown Hats Revealing the Hail* at Sides and Toward the Back $5 to $15 W O M E N S OUTFITTERS 101 North Federal -- Mason City $17.50, Now .95 $12.95 $15.00, Now .95 $30.00, Now $20.00, Now,' $10.00, Now $17,50 $13.50 $7.50 See our Federal avenue window for these outstanding ring values. You will see the largest selection ever shown in Mason City. WATCHES DIAMONDS in a special selling FRIDAY AND SATURDAY $385 Values Now $ 225 Here is a real value that you cannot afford to miss. You'll never buy them cheaper. FUR JACKETS Let us make over your old fur coat into a new Fur Jacket. The newest styles are now out and we will be glad to give you .an estimate of the coat. Special prices now in effect. BENOWITZ BROS. Master Furriers 221 N. FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 633 SCOUTS RECEIVE LETTERS PRAISE ON WORK President Hoover and Lor« Baden-Powell Comment on Scout Movement. The twenty-first anniversary wecl of scouting will close Saturday Feb 14, at which time scouts will be in the numerous city offices. The twenty-first anniversary of the birth of scouting in America has attracted considerable attention, not only in America, but in all other scouting- countries in tli» world, it was stated. President Herbert Hoover, honorary president of the Boy Scouts of America, has written a letter to all scouts and scouters in the country, which is reproduced below: The White House Washington, D. C. "Boyhood is the period of development. By the time he comes of age, a boy Has acquired, in body, brains, and character, the tools he must use in life. His work and play, his love of camping and knowledge of nature, his courage', his sportsmanship, his desire to serve his 'fellow men, have become a part of him, of what he will always be. "Scouting, too, has come of age. Thru 21 years it has summoned youth to the great adventurs of lofty living'. As the twenty-first year marks youth's formal passage to legal maturity, so the coming of the twenty-first year of the Boy Scout movement in America marks FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? Fasteeth, a new, greatly improved powder to he sprinkled on upper or lower plates, holds false teeth firm and comfortable. Cannot slide, slip, rock or pop-out. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Makes breath sweet and pleasant. Get Fasteeth today at Michael Drug- Co., Brady Drug Co., or any good drug store. Make Your Dollar Go Farther Only 18 Days Left to Buy (Artificial Teeth) FOB $10.95 Thru a fortunate purchase of materials, we are '.enabled to make this wonderful offer until March first only. Vulcanite Plates Are Still the Best ·Altho many new materials have been experimented with--Vulcanite Plates are still the best. This unusual offer includes anv Vulcanite Plate. Maroon Brown Light Red Gold Dust Visit the nearest "Craven" Plate Shoppe as soon as possible It will pay you to go many miles to take advantage of this offer. Exclusive Plate Shoppes 18 First St. S. IS., Mason City 300 Eighth St. 408 Locust DCS Moines its entry into an era of maturer service. I hope it may continue thru years of increasing usefulness to release that deep love of humanity, that eagerness to make life fuller and sturdier, that is the very core of democracy itself." "HERBERT HOOVER." Is Also Interested. Lord Baden-Powell, the originator of the Boy Scout movement in the world, is also 'vitally interested in the growth of scouting in America and has also sent a message to America conveying the sincere wishes for the future of the movement. Lord Baden-Powell's message follows: "My Brother Scouts of America-At your coming of age you can look back with some content on the years of your infancy and gradual growth 'to ,the standing you enjov today. "While 3'our corporate body has been growing in size, your spirit and morale have proportionately increased. ·"You can now realize that you have attained your maiority--your maturity. "This does not 'mean that you can herefore sit down with hands folded across your abdomen and aay-'I'm thru--all's well.' "Not a bit of it. Can Go Up. "You have put your foot on the high rung at the beginning of thy ladder and can now with confidence and ease trot up the further steps which lead · to higher successes. Glance back at the progress you have made--sea what you have accomplished in the. difficult first years, in which you were handicapped by war and other conditions. "And then look forward and see the field of opportunity which lies before you. Visualize on the basis of the result* obtained what you may achieve in. the next 21 years working at the same rate. "Then roll up sleeves and tackle the game--for a game it is--with confidence, with hope and with good cheer. . "God speed you in your task." "Baden-Powell of Gilwell." These two men who are the ideals in the minds of boys both in this nation and in Great Britain are only two of the thousands who are vitally interested in such a movement, Charles Knouse, scout executive, stated. New Charter Is Taken for Bristow Company BRISTOW, Feb. 12._The board of directors of the West Point Mutual Telephone company met Wednesday afternoon, relative to the reorganization of the company. The charter of the company, which was for 20 years, expired. At the annual meeting of tho stockholders in January full authority was placed with the directors to arrange for reorganization and for a new .charter. Forward-looking architects, we understand, are working out plans for a garage with a home that folds into the door.--Arkansas Gazette. Titonka Sends Car for Drought Relief TITONKA, Feb. 12.--A carload of corn, eggs, canned goods and clothing was shipped out of Titonka Tuesday consigned to the American Red Cross for drought relief work in Arkansas. Farmers of the community brot in corn which was shelled by Ray Oesterreicher and handled thru the Farmers' Elevator. Others donated cash with which eggs were purchased and a large amount of clothing was brot in by farmers and people of the town. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, secretary of the Kossuth county chapter of the American Red Cross, had charge of packing the clothing. Carl Giesking: was appointed chairman of a committee in charge of soliciting for corn. In announcing all the money it is going to spend during the coming year, many a big industry must feel grateful for the fact that announcements are so inexpensive.--San Diego Union. Blackheads Go Quick By This Simple I\Iethod There is a simple method that makes'blackheads go as if by .magic. Got two ounces of Calonite powder from your drug store, sprinkle a ittle on a hot, wet cloth, rub brisk- y over the affected parts, and in ;wo minutes, you will find every blackhead dissolved away entirely." ,-' ft Orchard Students Will Give Play Two Nights ORCHARD, Feb. 12.--The underclass play, "Lover a. La Cattle" being prepared by the freshman and sophomores, will be presented Friday and Saturday evenings, Feb 27 and 27. The play 13 built on comedy, the idea of the parents trying to arrange whom their children shall marry. It is being directed by Supt. L. A. Butters. Two lowans Will Go to Oleo Hearings DES MOINES, Feb. 12. JP)--M. G. Thornburg, secretary of agriculture, and Fred W. Larrabee of Fort Dodge, president of the Iowa Dairy association, will represent the state at the oleomargarine hearings 'in Washington Friday and Saturday. Congress is considering the Brigham bill which would require a tax of 10 cents a-pound on all colored oleomargarine whether colored by use of palm oil or other yellow fats. The internal revenue department recently ruled that under presen'. statutes yellow oils may be used in oleomargarine without paying the 10 cent tax. · Relief Cull Meets CLARION, Feb. 12.--Farmers of Wright county responded to the call of the Commercial club for eggs to be shipped thru the poultry association at Des Moines to the Arkansas sufferers. Nearly 31 cases were brot to the stores in Clarion which looked after the shipping to Des Moines. Hardware Dealers in Convention. DES MOINES, Feb. 12. W--Iowa retail hardware dealers in convention yesterday heard problems of management discussed by two St Faul men, Harry L,. Keys, secretary of the National Merchants association, and Rivers Peterson, editor of the Hardware Dealer. The conference is to end Friday. 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