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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 27 1935 Mason City's Calendar 1--Annual picnic of past resident* of I. O. O. F. home. Sept. 'S.--Mason City schools open. Here In Mason City APPROVAL EXPECTED SOON ON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL College Education Fund. Investors Syndicate. Ph. 439. The fall schedule of swimming classes will be started next week at the Y. M. C. A. Changes are being announced in the classes this week. Wanted: Alteration lady for store work. H-27, Globe-Gazette. Mr. and Mrs. Mav Kiley, 1121 West State street, and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Johannsen, 127 Third street northwest, are spending this week at Lake Minnewawa, Minn. Stroebe! Hostettler will tÂ«' the bns- ketroom attendant at the Y. M. C. A starting next Monday. He will take the. place of Clyde Seeley, who will attend Drake university and work in the DCS Moines Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Claudine Oolenwn, assistant secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, returned to her duties Monday after spending a two weeks' vacation in northern Minnesota. She was accompanied by her son, Bill. R, C. Patrick, Dr. T. A. NcUlcton, Floyd Fraser and Earl Hall, Mason City Legionnaires, participated in a celebration held at Grundy Center Monday night in connection with the opening of a community swim- ing pool, said to be the finest in Iowa In a town of its size. The Grundy Center Legion post came to the aid of the project at the last minute with a contribution of almost ?1,000 enabling the city council to put some excellent finishing touches on the project. The pool is situated at the west edge of the city, in a park across the street from the plot in which the country schoolhouse once presided over by Herbert Quick now stands. AT THE HOSPITALS June Blum, route 3, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation. Martin Baumgartner, Kensett, Â·was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following treatment for a hand injury received Sunday when a. gun discharged accidentally. W. J. Bilbrey, Kanawha, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation. Merlin Fisher, Thompson, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following treatment for in- WOULD RELIEVE H, S, CONGESTION, DIRECTORS STATE Grant of 45 Per Cent Added Inducement to Build Now, Board Members Say. Federal approval of the project for the erection of a new junior high school in Mason City is expected soon by the Mason City school board, members of which feel that such a building is the bc.st solution of the crowded condition existing in the high school nnd junior college building and in Lincoln junior high school. Federal approval mciina a grant of 45 per cent of the cost of the building. Attention is called by bonrd members to the fact that the high school building, which was erected for a capacity of 1,200, had close to 1,700 last, year, while in the Lincoln school conditions have mad^ neee."wary the crowding of seats U make room. The erection of the new junior high school, which will be on tin grounds to the cast of the Roo.'w velt school, will be another step toward keeping Mason City to tho front in educational development. R. H. Irons, superintendent of the Mason City schools, points out. Will Kellcvo Congestion. The new school, the estimated cost of which, according to Hansen and Waggoner, local architects, 's from $275,000 to $285.000, will make it possible to eliminate use of the Jackson school and relieve the congestion In the Roosevelt and Madison schools by taking out the seventh and eighth grades. The building would house the seventh, eighth and ninth grades in the south half of the city. The Roosevelt school grounds were selected as the most centralized place for the school from the standpoint of the. territory to be served. The mile radius circle, shown on this page, reveals that not many pupils will be required to come from a distance of more than a mile. This or High School. 'It's either a qviestion of erect- Proposed Building Would House Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Grades C. D. Mulcahy Rites to Be Wednesday at Holy Family Church Funeral services for C. D. Mulcahy, 53, who died at a. local hospital Monday following an illness of one week, will be held at the Holy Family Catholic church at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, 'with the Kev. R. P. Murphy, in charge of services. Burial will be at Colo. Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. G. N. Beemer, Dr. L. R. Woodward, George Harrer, Will Casey, Emmett Ryan and John Garvey. Acting pallbearers will be Howard O'Leary, Walter Doyle, Doughlas Swale, Adam Gilpin, Ed Murray and Hugh Boycl. The Rosary will be said Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the residence, 19 Fourth street northwest. Aliove is mi elevation drawing by Hansen lind Wagoner, architeets, of the proposed junior high school, which the school hoard erect on Uie ICoosevelt .school grounds. An application for a 45 per cent federal grant has been filed. Ing this building or constructing a new high school," said Willis G. C. Baglcy, president of the school board in discussing the board plans. The construction of the junior high school will place Mason City schools at the forefront in this as in other phases of the educational juries'received in an automobile accident. Ruth Isaacson, Rock Fall.", was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation. OHve Kadolph, Forest City, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following treatment for injuries received in an automobile accident. Carl Stein, 1130 First street southwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation. Jean Rowe, Rockwell, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following a minor operation. Mrs. William Johnston, 656 Second street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following a minor operation. Paul Fatten, Hanlontown, was admitted to the Mercy ho.spitul Monday for a minor operation. A son weighing 5 pounds was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Entner, 225 ^ Third street northeast. Monday at the Mercy hospital. A son weighing 8 pounds 10'.i ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Dusenberg, 1016$ West State street, Monday at the Mercy hospital. Dorothy Thomas, 226 Fifteenth street southeast, \vns admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for u minor operation. Dr.V.E.Wicks CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST AT B Â· B SHOE STORE field, he declared. As shown by the plans the builii- ing will be arranged into shops of various kind.s, which will greatly arid to the interest of boys, while girls will be given an opportunity to study homo management, cooking and allied subjects. These subjects will be carried along with the fundamentals. To Include Gym. The building will include a modern gymnasium for use by both boys and girls and the school curriculum will include interesting gymnasium work. In development of the plans the local school board has sought the assistance of every possible source that could add to the scientific arrangement of the building. Several members of the education department of the University of Iowa have boon consulted. Fire Resisting Construction. The plan.s provide for fire resisting construction. The building would he nearly 3150 feet long and .175 feet wide, arranged as shown by the plans of the first and second floors shown on this page. The combination auditorium gymnasium would be 38 by 7S feet. Above the entrance there would two rooms on the third floor to be used for art classes. County Council of Odd Fellows to Meet on Wednesday Night RED CROSS GIVES SERVICE AT FAIR Forty-Four Patients Given Treatment at First Aid Station. A first aid station was conducted by the Red Cross at the N o r t h Iowa free fair throughout the week, with the co-operation of the city fire department. First aiders at the station were Mildred K l u c k , Mrs. W. A. Jones, Mrs. W. Earl Shcka, Mrs. Lyman Stevens, and Mrs. Mary Siesseger. Firemen stationed at the fair were also on the f i r s t aid list. Forly-iour patients were cared for d u r i n g the five days of the fair. The station was open continuously and ambulance service was provided every hour during the week by the co-operation of the Meyer. Patterson and Randall funeral homes. The Ccrro Gordo Medical society arranged for the Park hospital to be on call at all times d u r i n g the week. On two occasions a doctor was called on the grounds. IOWUOUNTYBOY SCOUTS IN CAMP 40 Youths and Leaders From WUliamsburg and North English at Roosevelt. Camp Roosevelt has been host, to I--1 ; lU^T to I Two Fined $ 10, Costs Each for Intoxication Mike Martinez, 615 Jefferson avenue southwest, and Adolph Meyers, Decorah, were each fined $10 and costs by Police Judge Morris Laird on charges of intoxication. The case against Walter Daniels, Waterloo, who was charged with begging on the streets, was continued. August Husemoller, Austin, Minn., and John Rabenshort, Hollandale, Minn., each forfeited ?5 bonds posted when arrested on charges of speeding. Return From Dulutn. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jacobson returned Sunday from I a week's trip to Duluth and other I northern points. MASON CITYANS GET PRACTICE IN MODERN WARFARE 150 Guardsmen From Mason City in 35 Mile March in Four Days. A four day maneuver that included 35 miles of marching, as well as defense practice against armored cars, aircraft and offensive efforts featured the two weeks' training period at Camp Dodge for the national guard, Capt. Frederick B. Shaffer, commander of P company stated. There was talk, Captain Shaffer stated, of taking the national guard organizations of this and other states to California next year for massed battle practice such as carried on this summer in the east. Mason City had 150 men at Camp Dodge, including H company under the command of Capt. Stuart N. Grummon and Headquarters company, commanded by Lieut. Will E. Hall. The four day maneuver was held not only to give the men training in long marches and battle problems but also to test their endurance, Captain Shaffer pointed out. The march took the guardsmen northwest of Camp Dodge as far as Madrid. The only real difference in Russia is that the new privileged class smells a little worse.--Lincoln Slur. ha-CT I L Q D U -- P L M ? - Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men New Motors Bought and Sold Zack Bros. ELECTRIC CO. 506 Second S. \V. Phone 9TJ The I n d e p e n d e n t O r d e r of Odd Fellow.?, c o u n t y c o u n c i l , an organization of all the Odd Fellow lodges in CeiTo Gordo nnd W o r t h counties, will g H t h r r at the Odd Fellows h n l l . Rockwell, W e d n e s d a y evening foi t h e regular m o n t h l y meeting. The officers of this group a r e : W. H. Ward, Clear Lake, president; a vire president from each lodge in council, as follows: Clear Lake, P. O. Bacon; Mason City, W. M. H u f f man; Thornton, Otto Buck; Rock- wel. R. A. Campbell; Manly. P. I. nomc 40 Boy Scouts from Iowa county over the week-end. A troop from North English, i n - cluding Dr. R. R. Munn, scoutmaster, Robert E. Off, assistant, E. B. Warner and Clarence R. Off, executive committeeman, arrived Saturday morning and left Monday night. A second troop from WUliamsburg, including H. F. Wittc, chairman of the committee, W. J. Cash, scoutmaster, and Dr. T. C. Schadt, medical adviser, arrived Sunday and left for home Monday afternoon. The North English contingent included the following Scouts: Bruce Warner, Norman Warner, William M a h a n n a h , Dean Butler. Robert lank, F.lroy H i l l . Rllsworlh Butler, K e n n e t h M i t c h e l l . Larry Miller, Robert Dillon, Robert Blair, Norman Geiger and Robert Druid. Willinmsburg scouts were: Md- vin W i l t e , Russell Jones, Ev.in Parry, Ross Soults, Rob Linn, Conrad Schadt, Bill Keegan, David Crosswell. Norman Jones, David Jones, Bob Jones, J i m m y Butler, Horace Cook, Dick Watts, John Hanson, John Bullor.s, Frank Hoi/., Frank Quinn, Will Himzclman, George Parker, Truman Purkey, Bob Foster and Vernon W i t t e . Hugh Do men and William Blackmore. Mason City Scouts, played host to tho visitors. "The hoys anil I h r Icadi'iÂ·." saul I Dr. S c h a d t before d e p a r t u r e Tues- j way, Â·Â·would l i k e to l l m n k the Mason C i t y area c o u n c i l for t h e p r i / ! ileges extended to n.s. Tho courtesy | WHS g r e a t l y appreciated hy both troops." Zl HURRY! Free Tub Offer ENDS SOON Buy Your VOSS Washer Now If you buy now, we will give you ABSOLUTELY FREE 2 handy laundry tubs with the famous VOSS . . . alt for $53.95--Come in tomorrow, let us explain this bargain offer! Carrie Van Ness/T/7 Srtrcmn fLc^i-. SULI; The first nnd second floor arrangement of the proposed junior high school Is shown in the two architect's drawings. AKOVK--First floor plan, showing shops in one end of Ihp building, tho grouping of the science rooms and the gymnasiums, with girls' lockers on one side unit hoys' on the other side. WKI-OXV--Second floor plan, .showing rafclerin , k i t c h e n nnd domestic science rooms in one end of the building, upper part of gymnasium and bleachers over the locker rooms. Cooking; School at *j Montgomery Ward to Open 2 P.M.Thursday Mr. anil Mrs. F. ('. Rathaway, na- t i o n a l l y k n o w n food economists, have arrived in Mason C i t y t o con- duel Ward's cooking and canning Loonier. Plymouth. M. A. Hanson, j school t o g e t h e r w i t h a food sr-ow and Northwood, W. H. Landmessct. Or. H. W. Kmitson, Mason City, is secretary. Grand Master O. F. Repp, Mason City, will be among the speakers. T^eave for California. DOWS - Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Wilkinson and daughter. Zelma, with Velnin Kiley and Jack Keeii of Towa Falls left Monday for a six weeks' visit at Los Angeles. Cal. F R E E CARBURETOR and FUEL PUMP TEST Ceatral Auto Electric Co. formerly llrrr * I'.ltttrlc O. NOW IS THE. time to have us quote you prices on installation of automatic heat for your home. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 which will start Wednesday a f t e r noon, at 2 o'clock. The school will also he held Thursiiny and Friday, and will commence at 1 iP.O p. m. on these days. There will be a complete c h a n g e of program every session. ! Mr. nnd Mrs. H a t h a w a y will be remembered as the experts who con- d u c t e d the successful school at Ward's here I wo ycais a;;o w h e n c a p a c i t y crowds a t t e n d e d oavh session. Among the various e v e n t s for t h e school will be a cake hakim; contest Gifts will also be given away and refreshments served each day. The manager of the local Ward's store, B. F. Sherman, has cleared the entire second floor of the store to accommodate the crowds expected to attend. All of the newest ideas in cooking, canning and baking will bo demonstrated with other short cuts in the kitch'en. JMASOIiCFTY ] ee LOW SUMMER RATES m NATION'S CAPITAL ILivc at This Worid Famous Hotel The Willard is near trie places you'll visit in Washington- two blocks from the White House, near the Monument, Treasury, Capita! Building, Congressional Library, gover.n- mcnt office buildings--within sight of the Potomac. LOW SUMMER RATES TO SEPT. 15 Single $3 up--Double $4 up Air-conditioned Dining Room and Coffee Shop. Write for illustrated folder. *Â·Â· W1LLARD HOTEL \4ih and Pennsylvania A v e n u e H. P. Somerville, Managing Director M O R T H I O W A' S L APGEST MARKET No hoy of 10, traveling w i t h his A u n t Jane, cnn be hia BRC when tho conductor comca around for the fare.--\\i*ronslri Stale Journal. This niiip of the southern part of Mason C i t y shows the location of the proposed junior high school on the Roosevelt school grounds. The circle was drawn to show wMftl part of the city is within a one mile radius of the proposed location. The circle goes within one block of State street, takes in most of Midland Heights and horders on the Forest Park and Grand V i e w (listriots. Visit in Keokuk. MESERVKY--The K. H. Langlitz f a m i l y wont on Â« w.^ck-cntl visit to relatives in Keokvik. Visit Near Hltnr Karth. j Visitor From Milwaukee. BUFFALO C K N T K R -- D r . a n d ! GORDONSVILLE. Minn. -Mrs. Al Mrs. F_. P. Miller ami d a u g h t e r s vis- I Sistrk of M i l w a u k e e has been visit- lied near BUÂ» Karth Sunday. ' i n g in the Lewis Sistck home. 100% PURE LARD 2ib s 35c Choice Young Mutton Chops, Ib. Pork Chops, Ib. FRESH HAMBURGER and GROUND SAUSAGE lb.8c Sliced Bacon V2 Ib. Lean Pork Steak, Ib.