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February 14, 1931

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

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Mason City News on This Page o Mason City's SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1931 Feb. 14--Valentine m a s q u e r a d e dance sponsored by the American Legion. Feb. 19--Cerro Gordo Holstein Breeders association annual meeting at Cerro Gordo hotel. March 4--President Walter A. Jessup of University of Iowa to address alumni at dinner in Hotel HanfortJ. ' Here in' Masom City Watkins products. Ph. 3I25J. Phone ALLISON 431 for the better Iowa Lump Coal. Its clean $7. Chicago $10.00 by bus. Jefferson Bus Depot. Phone 174. Hadassah benefit bridge, P.G. it E. 8 p'. m. Mon., Feb. 16. Tickets 50c. Herbert Bell, who was stated to have been arrested on a charge of intoxication in local police court, is not Herbert Bell, Jr., 410 West State street, the latter reports. Chicken dinner 75c tonight and Sunday 12 to 2. Home Tea Room. Nellie Pudden, experienced violin teacher, beginners or advanced. Ph. 2G44. Yeoman anniversary dunce Feb. 18, Eagles hall. Goes orchestra. Frank W. Chambers, Lawyer, announces change of location to 205 Second Floor, M. B. A. Building. Wafflo supper Central Lutheran church .Tuesday, Jan. 17, 5 to 8 o'clock. Phone C. K. Kinney for appointment for' showing 'new draperies' Phone 2538-W. Washington Supper, FJrst Baptist church, Thursday, Feb. 19, 5:30 to 7:30. Price 50 cents. B:r,.i certificates have been filed In the office of the clerk for Robert William, son of Mr. and Mrs Robert Nasheim, 1322 North Quincy avenue, born Fet. 9, and Billy Dean son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilson 229 Thirteenth street southeast bora Jan. ,16. C. N. W. Public Dance at K. C. hall, Tues., Feb. 17. Royal Club orch. Couples 75c. Extra lady 25. . $6350 Invested in Cities Service in :1911--compounding dividends valued .Dec. 1, 1930--at 5157,000. Buy now *xffi!«Sienjoy coming Golden Era in ' Xmerica. Ask C. F. Kriz, 625 M. .B. A. Bldg. Phone 1181, office open evenings. North Iowa's Home Newspaper COURTHOUSE REMODELING BILL THRU AUTOMOBILE FOUND. A Chevrolet coupe parked for the past week" in the 200 block on West State street was taken to the police station Friday. The car, which police say'may be a stolen one,_is a 1926 model and carries license 24-2417. . , ?3.50 TO TWIN CITIES VIA M. ST. In B. K. Account Washington's Birthday Tickets on sale for certain trains Feb. 20, 21, 22 and 23. Return limit leaving St. Paul 2:00 p. m., Minneapolis 2:45 p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 24. Coaches only. · M. St. L. Ticket Office Phone 203. IN MEMORY ; Of Harry S. Peterson, 1 year Feb. 14. The night was long, the morning- came As he went home to rest. , A voice he heard, .it was the Lord's Who came to call him home. We miss his face, But we do not want him back For he has gone to a fairer home. Patiently he suffered, his troubles he bore, But now it is ended, he suffers no more. To sleep we leave him in peace and at rest, The parting was painful but God knows best. MEASURE TAKEN UP TO INITIATE LOCAL BUILDING Plans Being Drawn by Ben Henry for Changing Structure. A bill permitting- Cerro Gordo or any other county, to hold elec tions on the borrowing- of monej with which' to remodel courthouse was passed by the lower house o the Iowa general assembly Satur day. The measure had previouslj been passed by the senate. The measure is designed particu larly for the reconstruction of the courthouse in Mason City and wa introduced for that purpose. The fact that no provision exist ed in the statutes for the calling- o an election to decide the matter o a bond issue for the remodeling o; the courthouse, held up plans foi an election on the matter a vear ag-o. Contemplated remodeling- plans call for an addition to the north and a general reconstruction of the nterior. Ben Henry, local architect has been at work on plans. Not only the fact that the building has insufficient room particularly for the holding- of district court sessions but the fact that the structure has no fireproof vaults is making a remodeling program necessary, it was stated. Two Petitions Request More Changes; Scouts Are at Meeting. At a special city council meetine; at which members of the Boy Scout city council observed the procedure of the city "dads," two petitions asking for changes in* the city. Boning- ordinance-were considered Saturday morning-. The city clerk was instructed by the council to publish a notice of a hearing on each of the petitions to be held at 1 o'clock March 6 at the council chambers. A. petition presented for A H Cummiags, asking the city council to amend or change the ordinance m such a manner as to place lots 12, 13, 14 and 15 in block 35 of the railroad addition from B zone to D zone was considered. The property which lies at the corner of North Pennsylvania avenue and Fourth street, is now in the multiple dwelling zone but would be changed to the commercial zone if the change were made. The city planning commission report read at the meeting did not favor the change. A petition of the Johnson Furni- :ure Warehouse company asking :hat portions of Kuppinger's addi- ion be changed from zone A to zone 3 was also considered. The property ies south of the Great Western viaduct on First street. Zone A is residential and zone E is light industrial. The zoning commission ·eport was favorable-to the change. Mayor E. S. Selby and Councilmen Carl Rye and Mier Wolf were iresent at the meeting. Postal Employes Hold Revolver Practice in Basement of Building Magnus Johnson, janitor of th postoffice, was high point man in the target practice held for posta employes in the basement of th postoffice 'Friday afternoon. Twen ty-six men took part in the prac tice and about 10 more are still t shoot. .Wayne (Red) Bruner and William Johnson tied for second place anc Hugh Magner and Joe Sheka tied for third place. Three men had equal scores for thi next place. The men were Ear Sheka, R. Bruner and Jim Hardy Ed Tracy, J. H. Steinberg and R Sutton had next high scores. The shooting was done at 40 feet Johnson's high score was 110 out of a possible 120. Second place men had scores of 95 and third place men scores of 80. Daly Epigrams! A train of thots runs regardless of time-tables. WJ.IILYC* HEATING FOR' SALE OR EXCHANGE Fine 240 acres, Cerro Gordo county, well improved farm, will accept city property or a good going business. INVESTIGATE Phone 13-1 Krcsge Bldg. Brief Cases Taken From Parked Auto Two hrief cases containing samples of insulite were stolen from the automobile belonging to William Jalma. 914 Washington avenue while the car was parked near the postoffice Friday, according to a .report made to police. The car was parked while Mr. Jalma stoppexl in the office. Cress Called to California by Illness of His Mother Called by the serious illness of his aged mother, Sheriff G. E. Cress was planning to leave for Ran Diego. Cal., Saturday evening. He will be gone several weeks. Don't put off the haying of those hundred and one little necessities that will make life more enjoyable. If money is needed--it's yours for the asking here. A sound'practicnl loan plan that gives ynn up to $31)0 without trouble or big nxpcnsn. Voiir chiiracter ana reputation arc security--come In today anil let us show yon. .UNITED Local Musicians Are Funked High in Competitions; Costs Compiled. Altlio the Mason City public school system has a method of musical instruction which has won dis- :inction not only in Iowa but in the United States as well, as shown by music contests, less than one twenty-fifth of the total budget is ex- ended for music. According to fig- ires announced Saturday by Willis S. C. Bagley, president of the board of education, the percentage of net cost of the total budget for carry- ng on musical instruction for the year ending June 30, 1930, in the schools in 3.S. With the method now utilized in Vlason City individual and class instructions are given, to both vocal and instrumental musicians. In- addition to this they are offered grouw raining, thru bands, orchestras anc' flee clubs and choruses. This sys- .em extends from the grades t h r u .he high school. ' Salary Costs Added. The total salary cost for vocal nstruction in Mason City was $9,315, according to figures compiled by R. L. James, secretary of the 3oard of education. Instrumental in- tructors' salaries totaled §7,130. In addition to the expenses of in- tructors' salaries other costs have een figured into the total. New and instruments and repairing old nstruments cost $1,900.12. Music, eecls and other supplies were pur- hased for 51,824. For the use of the chool truck and other incidental xpenses the cost has been esti- nated at JIOO. The sell/, board advanced $1,000 o the high school band for the trip o Flint, where the local organiza- on. after having won the state hampionship, competed for national onors. This brot the total gross ost of musical instruction up to 21,26!'.2C: 5,500 Take Instruction. The average number of pupils aking vocal music instruction thru ut the year was 5,000. The num er»having instrumental instruction ·as 50C. Receipts from tuition or lessons at 51 a month were $4,500. This revenue reduced the,actual net cost of musical instruction to $10,769.29 for thn year. . Figures at the office of the board of education showed the total budget for all purposes for the schoo year was .$421,385. The total budget for operating expenses only, exclusive of the principal and interest payments, was 5376,600. With these comparative figures the net cost of musical instruction of the total budget was compiled as 3.0 per cent. The net cost of musical instruction of the operating budget was 4.4, per cent. ANALYSIS MADE OF TAX METHOD BY FARM BUREAU Goal of Revision Would Save $134,869 in Cerro Gordo. The executive committee of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation has announced the results of an exhaustive analysis of the tax situation in Iowa as made for that organization by tax experts. The report presents the goal set by the joint resolution passed hy the forty-third general assembly for tax revision, elimination of the mill- age levy for state purposes. If this goal is reached it will mean, based on taxes levied in 192D and collected in 1930, a saving to the tax paying property of Cerro Gordo county of $134,869 or 8 per cent of its total tax bill which was $1.168,934, it was stated. This sum of money is equivalent to 18 per cent of it's district sohooll tax which was $746,323. 77 per cent of its county road tax which was $174,880, 35 per cent of its city tax which was $385,393, 171 per cent of its general county tax which was $78,948. The total general state tax was $10.134,375. This is equal to 9.15 per cent of total direct general property tax which was $110,754,829, 21.23 per cent of district school tax which was $47,738,163, 63.12 per cent of Lhe county road tax, which was $16 056,773, 67.04 per cent of city tax which was $15.117,965, 175.62 per :ent of general county tax, which was $5,770,550, 715.67 per cent of county court tax, which was $1,416 073, 372.86 per cent of its poor tax which was $2,717,994. The three last named items are $223,758 less than state levy. The Iowa Farm Bureau federa- :ion further points out that income .ax legislation proposed can bring savings to tax paying property in every county in the state. Christian Church Cllib Holds Valentine Party About 40 persons attended the February party of the Young Married Folks' class of the Church of Christ Friday evening at the S. L. Haynes home, 1023 North Pennsylvania avenue. The affair took the form of a valentine box social. Proceeds frbm the sale of the lunch boxes went into the church building fund obligation which the class has assumed. The committee in charge of the evening was headed by Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Birch. Others who served were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ingebvet- sen, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Galbreth and Mr. and Mrs. Ared White. Valentine games were played and comic valentines were distributed. GAIL WRIGHT FILES ACTION Asks $3,000 of Milwaukee Railroad for Death of Her Son. Gail Wright, administrix of the state of Ronald R. Wright, has iled an action in the district court lere against the Chicago, Milwau- cee and St. Paul railroad, asking 3,000 alleged damages as result of he death of her son, Ronald, 7, on Mov. 2, 1930. The plaintiff claims that the boy ied from injuries received Nov. 1 'hen the automobile in which he was iding with his father, R. T. Wright, vas struck by a- freight train on he East street crossing at Clear .ake. Automobiles Damaged on Hampshire Avenue The cars driven by Russell Wood, 1442 Hampshire avenue northeast, and W. K. Lewis. 125 Fifteenth street northwest, collided at the intersection of Eighteenth street and South Federal avenue about 11 o'clock Friday evening. Both cars received some damage. No one was injured. INC. He|d on Forgery C'Imrge DES MOINES, Feb. 14. OT--The Polk county grand jury ordered Richard Marrifield, 22, Kenneth W. Goulct, 24, and Robert Benowitz, 27, alleged members of a midwest check forging ring held for trial on charges of forgery and uttering a forged instrument. FHlnff Time Is Extended IOWA CITY, Feb. 14. (.·!--Judge. . G. Pophnm of the district court granted an extension of time for the filing of formal charges against S. K. Stevenson. Iowa City attorney, against whom disbarment proceedings have been instigated. | Vledicme Case Taken From Doctor's Auto A, medicine case and a plaid robe were stolen from the automobile belonging to Dr. T. E. Davidson while it was parked in front of 818 Wash- I ington avenue northwest Friday forenoon, according to a report made to police. Motion for Directed Verdict Under Advisement. After having ruled out the case the city ordinance on the speed of trains, Judge Joseph J. Clark Friday evening took under advisement the motion of the defendant for a directed verdict in the case of M. D. Wclcher vs. the Chicago and Northwestern railroad. Wclcher is seeking to recover i total of $1,348 for injuries and dam ages to his automobile resulting when a locomotive of the North western railroad struck his car at the crossing on First street n o r t h west. The arguments over the admissioi of the ordinance started befor noon Saturday and continued unti' late in the afternoon, when tht judge ruled that the ordinance should have been re-enacted anc submitted for approval of the rail road commission at the time tin state law requiring commission ap proval of railroad ordinances wa passed. L. R. Boomhower, attorney fo; Mr. Welcher, had argued that tin Mason City ordinance was passed ir 1915 and that the state law, passe m 1921, only applied to ordinances drawn up in the future. James C Davis, defendant's attorney, however, contended the state law completely wiped out previous city rulings on the matter. Apparently this was the view the judge finally took on makiv; his ruling. It was recalled by attendants at the courthouse that a similar ca;;c came up for hearing three years ago. Man Held in T Cities on Bad Check Charge M. S. Brown, being held in Minneapolis for local authorities, 'has waived extradition and will be returned here by Deputy Sheriff Ralph Schiffman who l e f t for Minneapolis Saturday. Brown, who is wanted to answer a bad check charge, has been searched for both in Cedar Rapids and at Waterloo. He is said to have given two checks at Clear Lake last November. AT THE HOSPITALS L. H. Mikelson, Kanawha, was admitted to Park hospital for a major surgical operation Friday. Mrs. J. W. Vance, Charles City, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Friday. Mrs. Lester Keifer, 310 East State .street, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Friday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider, Ventura, at Mercy hospital Saturday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Klesel, Garner, at Mercy hospital Saturday. Mrs. E. L. Kulander, Swca Citj« was dismissed from Mercy hospital Saturday. Mrs. George Manolis, 410 Sixth street southwest, who u n d e r w e n t a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Saturday. Gerald Evans, Rockford, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed today. Peter Dorman, Dougherty, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Saturday following- treatment. L. E. Rasmussen, Kanawha, who underwent a minor operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Friday. Don Adams, 680 East State street, ,vho underwent, a major operation at Mercy hospital, vva.s dismissed aSt- inlay. Oscar Ramsey, Joice, who underwent a minor operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Saturday. Ira Pierce, Rockwell, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Saturday after a major operation. GARDNE ^·* 1 ' F U K N A C E CO. · Sheet nictitl and t'urimucs Kwir P. G. E. Hldg. Ph. 4X0 LARGE INCREASE IN SHIPMENT OF R. F. O'Donnell Reports Big Growth in Past Five Months. A -large increase in business has made it necessary to obtain larger headquarters for the Eastern Iowa Livestock Marketing association at Cedar Rapids, it was announced Saturday by R. F. 6'Donnell, state manager. The company is now moving its offices to the 'Beaver building, it wns stated. The number of decks of hogs handled in the last five months at the eastern Iowa regional is as follows : September 41 October l!lOG November 147 December .. 269 January :'1'!-149 These hogs are handled thn seven concentration points surrounding Cedar Rapids, Mr. 6'Don- neil stated. Besides this the company is supplying sales service to a large n u m b e r of associations, 1 as well as to the North Iowa Livestocl Marketing association at Mason City, until a regional is established here. Mr. O'Donnell, who is a former county agent here, expressed him self as well pleased with the devcl opment of the livestock marketing program. I. 0. 0. F. Club to Have Dancing Party Monday The I. O. O. F. Dancing club will hold its regular dance Monday evening a t - t h e Odd Fe'llows' hall. Music will be furnished by Coe's White Camels and the dance will begin at 9 o'clock. Officers of the club consisting- of Charles R. Crumb, president, and William Huffman, secretary and treasurer, have made special arrangements for a surprise at this time and have requested that all members be there. A short business meeUngxwill be held during the evening when matters of considerable importance to the club will be taken up. All members of the Odd Fellows and Re- bekahs have been invited. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the neighbor and friends for all of their kindness to us during the illness and death of our mother. Also for the many b e a u t i f u l floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. George Frahm Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Frazier. Mrs. Grace Hockctt. IN MEMOIUAM In memory of our beloved son am brother, George, who passed awa a year ago today.--Mr. and Mrs. ; Nngel and family. The Great Magician By R. W. 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Miles South of Mason City--On Broad Acres You'll Find Noon Lunch-- at the Princess a time .saver--You will also find the most appetizing l u n c h .suggestions at remarkably low prices, with speedy service that has not, because oC this speed, been lowered as to its quality. SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER, 50c CHINESE SERVICE--DAY AND NIGHT 112 NORTH FEDERAL CAFE · 1st Class Job Guuriintcpil HAIR CUTS «Sr Any Style cltl [ GOLDEN OAK BARBER SHOl 9 S. Delaware Did You Know That FLOYD FRASER Has been soloist with sonic of Ihe best bands in tho U. S.? Fraser School of Music Phone 2145 or 708 FOR AN ENJOYABLE MEAL TRY OUR DAILY BLUE PLATE LUNCHEON 35c « Everything you've hoped for in food "goodness." GREEN MILL CAFE ."The Homo of Good Food" 3'/ 2 Blocks South oE Milwaukee Viaduct M.B.FARRER SYSTEM ,, SIGNS 1415 and 1417 South Federal Ave. PHONE 202 JESSE CRAWFORD 'ROYAL'S POET OF THE ORGAN" AND THE ROYAL DUOTONES Every Sunday Evening l O'Clnck Columbia System LORING-FARMER CO. 107 E. 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