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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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DECEMBER 21 1933 IS Dickers G i f t Boxes «1II relievo you of the worry of shipping. Just Imnrt your gift list to your meat dealer. He will take care of the shipping for you! DO IT TODAY! Mason City's Calendar Dec. 23--U. C. T. and auxiliary children's Christmas party at P. G. and E. at 7:30 p. m. Dec. 23--Forty-second annual Christmas dance of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen at armory. Dec, 26--Annual roll call and homecoming of I. O. O. F. lodge at 7;30 p. m. Dee. 2i!--Junior cclleg-o homecoming at Hot=i' Hanford. Here in Mason City Money for Christmas shopping. Mrs. Simon, 321 1st Nat'l Bk. Bidg. Dine and dnncn at Clarlt Gables, New nitc club. 410 S. Jackson. Good clean coal at §7.00. Allison Coal. Ph. -131. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN ------·-- , , jiLiiiviiirv 60 _JURORS_GALLED FOR JANUARY COURT TERM Birth certificates liave been filed] JoTMphrK.ily^Skwe'i" JUDGE CLARK TO HAVE CHARGE OF COMING SESSION Will Be Assisted by Judges Kepler and Beardmore During Term, Sixty jurors have been summoned for the January terms of the district court, which will be presided over by Judge Joseph J. Clarlt, Mason City, assisted by Judge M. H. Kepler, Northwood, and Judge T. A. Beardmore, Charles City. While the term opens Monday, Jan. 8, and the grand jurors convene Tuesday, Jan. 9, the petit jury will not appear until a. week later, having been instructed to be at the courthouse at 10 o'clock Jan. 15. Following are the jurors: Lawrence Bramson, Thornton. S. O. Ebcon, Clear Lake Vivian Beck, 1120 East Stale. ^ M C « . liable Bern-man, Mason C[l;-, R. Ij. E. Berryman, Mason city R R ^ o t U J. Behm, Mason City. R. R. No. i. " £. V,. Bouche. 1025 North Jefferson Eslella Carsirni-, Uurchlna!. J No Myr "° Cu " Ier . Mason City, tl. T. Gilbert Davlsson. Mason Cliy, R. E. No . Mr? Walter Davis, Plymouth. Delln EdBlnston, Sheffield. John England, clear Lake, oulhw H ' W ' Frazee ' 71t Fourth west A " Fra3tonc ' 121 Seventh street north- wr''i i . lll 5 li G " oder ' 310 South Kentucky. Harriet Grinser, cltnr JJL|,«. 5.w'±.. Hu 6»«. 120 Fourteenth Btrt et Kvn Hunt, Swaledalc. p-rancc., L Irons , 7 | S North Pennsylvania. Molllc Johnson. y 0 3 EI E hth street soulr^ Mrs. Joe Johnson. Clear Lake. GEE, I GUESS I WON'T HAVE ANY CHRIS-MUS for Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herresa, 003 Seventeenth street northwest, born Dec. 3; Walter Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrel E. Wilson, 508Vi Kast State street, born Nov. 30, and a boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armado Vasquez, Mason City, bora Nov. 30. Dunce, Clear Lake Country club. Sat., Dec. 23. Sun, Dec. 24, starting 11 p. m. Mon., Dec. 25. Each 40c. Kctl'Wilson's Aces, Shady Beach, Clear Lake, Wed. and Thurs. Mr. and Sirs. L. S. I'utnam und two children, Janney and Scott, ir have just moved here from Ottawa, \f 111. Mr. Putnam, who had the Chev- Jh\rolet agency at Ottawa, is now dis- Tjpmanager of Chevrolet .represenla- j n tlyes, contacting dealers in zone 18, m with - headquarters In Mason City. :a Mrs;''Anna Keith, mother; of-Mrs. ; PutnaiflJ'is maklng-.-jver. homo with .(.he;; Putnam family at S09 North i Federal avenue. Eight light Christmas trco seta i)9c. Extra bulbs 2 for 35c. Outdoor weather-proof Christmas light, lag sets 51.25. Extra bulbs lOc. S Christmas candle wreaths 75c. 4\P. G. and B. :j, Christmas special bouquets $4 and MW each--gifts that are different. ·"Kcmble's--phone 50. IN JHEMORIAM , In foud remembrance of our Sear sou and brother, Kendall, who PasseU away 3 years ago today, a I 1 MR. and MRS. W. B. WATSON, « ' BROTHERS and SISTERS. Services to Be Held forMrs.M.A.Zeller, 84, Friday Morning Funeral services for Mary Am [Seller, 84, who died at her home .09 Seventh street southeast, Wed hesday morning following: a linger Ing- illness, will be held at JIB St (·Joseph Catholic church at 9:30 p'clock Friday morning. The High Rev. P. O'Connor, pastor of tin (church, will be in charge. Burial wil tbc in St. Joseph Catholic cemetery /The body will lie in state at the ^homc until the time of the services __ Students registered at the Alask; : School of Mines for the winter's mining course ranged in ages from 18 to 65 years. K. Krcll. 1206 First street northwest «-«i n. LearnTM. 1121 East Slate. ive"""' I ' caman ' 12 Twelfth street north- F. c. Lovell. 212 Second ntreet mnilheast ·J. F. MaJlscn, Jloaon City, R. F, D. No! Thomas Moran, Rockwell. Model A. Moore. 113 South Jefferson. A r t Museum. Meicrvcy «'. r. McClcllnnd. Hockwclt. Elizabeth Nut-ent, jzsson city. x. "!?· A l * 4 ' R unyan, Hock Falls, H p. No. 3. · '' Carl Bye. 5 willow drive. ,Vrs. Lillian Southard, 1202 East Slate Ray Seney. 622 Norlh Waihin B ton. w«t "' S '' va " n ' 72 ° rlrst - ='«" south- Mary Stevins 17 Ninth street northwest, ncubcn Sw-ehla, 115-21 sixth street south- ·vcst. A p t . 15, Winnie Blesseser, Clear Lake. KusBclI Stureln, Clear Iake Clata Sclillllng. 028 Sixth street southeast. Ernest Stebbins, Mnsan City, 1* H N'o 2 .· J - w - Tubbealnu, 858 Tiilra street nortn- ; Harvey H. TtaniErmau, 24 L,tnd«n drive. J." c/. Thompson, Mason City. Emil Thellen. Koclt-vvcll. A, W. Verbeckmoes. Clear T.ake Lloyd Van Noto. Jtaron City, K. F D No. 4. I*. W. Wilkinson, 228 sixth Htrcet norm- T\'CRt. C'art c. \\-cedman. Clear J.aku' R r D Maude Weplor, H South Jefferson. Msla Wendel. Meservey. t.ucllc n. Wither. 40 Beaumont drive. A. F. Wallacr. Clear Luke. Mrs. Cora wise. 32S Sccoml alrect north west. Maybe you'd like to know more about this little lad pictured above. Well, he lives in Mason City. And he's looking at YOU. Not only "at you" but TO you--to keep him from having the cheerless Christmas that looms before him as a jrrim specter. Sketched by James Ilammon, Central frees Staff All of which leads up to this pertinent question--have YOU done YOUR part yet toward swelling the Christmas Cheer Fund to the minimum amount required to insure a cheery Christmastide in every Mason City home? Shoes I 1 wJil prevent this . 1 ft I P R O P R - B I L T S h o e s f o r children arc s c i e n t i f i c a l l y built to give the Arch and Ankles just the support they need, yet they leave plenty of room for /roe movement and proper growth. Correct Foot Ills NOW If your child's anlrles and arches are already weak, Propr-Djlt Shoes will train them to correct growth. If they are normal, Propr-Bilt Shoes will keep them straight and strojig. Your Doctor will recommend Propr-Bilt Shoes and our trained sales people will aid you in selecting tbe correct style and size. LAIRD'S \ M EAST STATi: \ UTierc Shoe* Arc IteAlly l'lllrt John A. Yoiin^, SOT -Vorth Jefferson. Dr. Draper Long Gives Talk on Anesthetics for Phalanx Fratemib Dr. Draper Long, advisor of th Phalanx fraternity, delivered a tall concerning- anesthetics at the club' regular weekly meeting held at thi Y. M. C. A. Dr. Long explained the origin o anesthetics and also spoke of th modern methods In this pbaze o surgery. A business meeting wa also held In which Dexter Smith re ported for the program committee Future programs and actlvitie were planned. The other members of the pro gram committee are AI Stoeeke- and Dick Martin.-Bob Rankin, pri mils of the fraternity, presided ove- the meeting Garner Car Collides With Local Auto at Clear Lake Junction Burton Konyon, Garner, narrowly escaped serious injury Wednesday evening when the c« r he was driving collided with a car driven by Rudolph Krivohlave'y, 604 Jackson avenue southwest,- on Nineteenth street southwest near the Clear Lake Junction. Mr. Krivohlavcy was driving west on Nineteenth street southwest shortly after 8:30 o'clock in the evening. According to the report given to the police he made a left turn into the I. O. O. P. grounds in the path of the car driven by Mr Kenyon. Mr. Kenyon's car was badly damaged about the front end of the car. Boy Scouts to See . Zane Grey Picture as Guests at Strand Local Boy Scouts are to be the , icsts of Manager Afilton Nicol for he matinee at the Strand theater Friday afternoon. About 200 scouts are expected to attend, and all boys are asked to bring their scout mem- jership cards in order that they may- be properly Identified. The eattire is a picture which will specially appeal to scouts, 2ane Jrey's story, "The Last of the Dnanes." Added features arc the Irst chapter in a new serial and an dditional episode in the "Taraan" cries. YULETIDE'S REAL MEANING URGED Dibble States Love Should Succeed Law in Rule of World. Urging his listeners to go beyon the outward traditions o£ Christnm observance and catcii the real mean ing- of the day, the Rev. W L Dibble Thursday noon addressed th Knvauis club in Hotel Hanford H said that al! believed in Santt Claus aa far as the spirit of Santr Glaus--kindness and love and gen crosity--is concerned. Christmas should be observed, Mr DtbBle continued, as the anniver sary oe the advent of the Lord, win suffered more, gave more, taug-li more, loved more than nnj other man and consequently ha( a great Influence on the evo lution. of society. Mr. Dlbbli urged his listeners to redcdicatc themselves to Christ. There are two ways of ruling; the world, one b.\ love and the other by law. Law lias proved itself inadequate and love must be brought in ns a power he concluded. Dr. R. F. Kunz sanff two Ctirist- mas songs, Lester Milligun furnishing- the accompaniment. Dr. W. K Long-, president-elect of the club was in charge ot the program, Donald Blair was taltcn as si neu member with the classification of farmer. Seba Vail was a guest, A. collection talccn up for the Globe-Gazette Christmas cheer fund totaled 523. At the Hospitals John Senncff, Si-., n Beaumont Irive, was dismissed from the Mercy lospital Wednesday following it ma- or operation. Harold if. Gato.s, Rowan, was ud- nitted to the Paris hospital' Wednes- lay for a major operation. Frank Gaylord, Hotei I-Ianford, vas admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for treatment. Mrs. Donald Davis and i n f a n t laughter, Central Heights, were lismissecl from the Park hqspital Vednesday. Mrs. Eberhard Fockcns, 1221 'ennsylvanla avenue southeast, was dmltted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a major operation. Sherman Hanna, Clear Lake, was ismlssed from the Park hospital Vednesday following- a major opera- ion. Howard Jensen. Lyle, Minn., was ismlssed from the Mercy hospital ^hursday following a major r^-era- ion. Mrs. Henry VanZuuk, Clear Lake, as dismissed from the Park hos- ital Wednesday following n ma- or operation. Frances White. Clear Lake, was Ismlsstd from the Park hofrpflal Vednesday following a minor oiicra- or N TO WORK AT CLERK JOBS IN GEHRO GORDO Ten in County and Six at City Hall Scheduled by Relief Director. Ten women were ncncduled to be assigned to general clerical service m the county offices at the courthouse in Cerro Gordo county Thursday afternoon, ns part of the civil works projects to b e approved by Ina Tyler, state emergency relief director. Six women were to be employed on similar work in the city hall where they are to do the clerical work in connection with the rewriting of the city ordinance. One woman has been assigned to the city o£ Clear Lake for clerical vvorlc. The county courthouse assignments are as follows: Auditor's office, one; treasurer's office, four; clerk, one; recorder, one; overseer of the poor, one, and county superintendent, one. The county project carries an appropriation of $3,SOI, while the city project la scheduled to involve S7H6. .(iiven ,To!is. DES MOINE.S, Dec. 21. up,--Employment of U27 men and 213 women was jnadc possible today through approval of civil works projects by George Keller, chief engineer of the '"JWA, and Ina Tyler, head of the Ten -CVVA projects approved by Eveller will cost ,S3G,001. One hundred of the employes will act as iccrctaries and investigators for the county and olty compliance boards of the national recovery act. The largest CVVA construction 'reject calls for construction and graveling of roads and general im- irovement of Lake Wnpello park. It will employ 50 men at a cost of f9,77-l. 'Hie project \vus suggested y the fish and game commission Work at Uullivcr. Construction work at Dolliver State park in Webster county will employ 3fi men and an appropriation of 53.(80. Tn the same county 32 men will be employed at a cost of 55,630.50 for grading- the city park and cemetery, and repainting the public school and repairing the fire -tatlon at Callendar. Progress in the CWA airports program is far in advance of other states Inspectors of the department of commerce reported today. They accompanied Ralph Cram, Iowa CWA airport director, on a tour of ields at Davenport, Dubuque, Manchester, Mason City, Waterloo and 3es MoJnes. Men are at work on he fields making necessary im- ·ovementa. I.H.G. DEALERS ATTEND MEETING Increased Demand for Farm Machinery Becoming Evident. Seventy-six of 81 North Iowa and Southern Minnesota dealers attending a meeting a.t the Mason City branch of the International Harvester company Wednesday went home with Irncklcmcls of implements, indicating a definite revival In demand for farm machinery. It was the largest exodus of machinery from the Mason city branch warehouses for three years, climaxing an enthusiastic meeting in which the dealers were addressed by several of the Chicago officials of the company. R. C. Archer, manager of the northwest district, stated he had discerned a distinct improvement in feeling at 27 branch meetings already held. C. V. Hoimau, head of the wagon, spreader aod creamery separator divisions, likewise sounded optimistic notes. H. C. Ray, advertising representative for this district, spoke of the value of advertising-, particularly at this time. A talk also was given by W. T. Up- sliiiw, head of the separator sales for this district. J. A. McGrarn, branch manager at Mankato, was a guest at the meeting, coming to Mason City to escort the Chicago officials to Mankato, where a meeting was scheduled for Thursday. F, K. Rciahus, manager of the Mason City branch, presided at the session, which included a noon luncheon served on the motor trilck sample floor. Correct this sentence: "Scores of artista live around here," said the cwsdealer, "judging from the num- er of nude-art magazines that I ell"--Davenport Times. Local Barber Union Holds Annual Meeting Members of the local barber union held their annual meeting at the Labor hall this week for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year. Charles Johnson was chosen president; George Wobshall, vice president; John C. Dana, secretary and treasurer, and Ed Schlick, guide. The new officera will take over their duties commencing with the next meeting which will be hold in January. JUNIOR CHAMBER HOLIDAY EVENTS INCLUDE CONTEST Carnival Dance and Cand Distribution Also on Program. With the finishing- touches being applied to the extensive Christmas plans of the Mason City Junlo Chamber of Commerce, a final ap peal WRS made Thursday by Leo M. Sweesy to Mason Cityans urging them to enter their residences in the Junior chamber's annual Christmns lighting contest. Mr. Sweesy is general chairman of the organization'; Christmns lighting committee. This Christmas lighting contest which cash prizes totaling ?75 will be awarded, is in connection with the holiday decorations whic! the junior chamber has crectet throughout the city anil is one of the three features of the organiza- .lon's Christmas program. The car- nval dunce Friday evening at the armory and the distribution of a ton of candy to Mason City children Saturday evening in Central par following a short program of caro singing are the other highlights iu the campaign. Chosen Judges. Mrs. William S. Wilcox, Mrs. William H. Hathorn and Mrs. Max G Kissick were chosen as judges by Paul Hull and Jack Murray, contest coramittcemen. and will determine the winners of the various prizes for the best decorated and lightec homes. Economy and simplicity arc to be considered in decoration and the judges will be instructed to place no premium upon expensive ant elaborate entries, the contest committee said. Everyone who has his home decorated was urged to fill out entry blanks and get in the competition, for the grand prize money which \vlll amount to S22.30. All entries must be in the Chamber of Commerce office at 121',i East State street on or before Saturday to be accepted. Blanks have been published from time to time 'n the Globe-Gazette, the last one in Wednesday's edition. Complete installation must be lighted from G p. m. to 11 p. m from Dec. 23 to Dec. 30. Member.? of the Junior Chamber contest committee and clectrica contractors are not eligible to com pete. .ImljrlnK i» Evening. Judging of displays will be don some time between Dec. 23 to Dee 30, inclusive, between the hours o 6 p. m. and 11 p. m. Mason City will be divided into four districts as follows: I--Soutl of State street and cast of Kedera avenue. 2--South of State street and west of Federal avenue. 3-North of State street and east of Federal avenue. ·!--North of State street and west of Federal avenue There will be thrcn prizes for each district: First, £7.50; second ?3 and third, J2.SO. A grand prize of 515 will be awarded the best display in Mason City. This will be the one judged the best of the four first winners of the districts and will be awarded in addition to the 57.50 prize given to that district winner. Clarence Craven anJ his orches tra will furnish the music at the Carnival dance Friday evening from 9 o'clock till 12 at the armory. The quality of this band's rhythm i well known in Mason City and vi cinity, as the De.9 Molnea orches- -ra has played here on several occasions within the last few months Xolsciualtcrs Too. A variety of favorg and noise- FUEL PUMP AND CARBURETOR SERVICE Central Battery and Electric Company 8SS BEFORE IT'S TOO LATK Make your coal dollars work all night. Fire should not go into an all night sleep at this season. Have you tried our GREAT HEAUT Certified Fuel Fireside Fuel Co. 1011 SOUTH FEDERAL Face Disfigured with Red ^ Pimples. Healed by Cuticura. "My face was affected first, then my chest, with red pimples The skin was red and inflamed around them and they certainly were itchy My face was disfigured from scratching and I cannot describe the agony I had during the sleepless nights. "This lasted four years. I saw an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and ointment and sent lor a free sample. It soothed my face so I bought more- J used four cakea of Cuticura Soap and two boxesof Cuticura Ointment and I was healed." (Signed) Steve Owens, 1-M2 Tscumsch St., Toledo, Ohio. SospKc. Ointment M and TA-. Tiloim 2Sc. Solrl evrry^here. One sample cacli tt?t. AiMr«s: "Cotieun Lj.!x.r»tori«. Drpl. D. M.ldcn. M»u." makers will add to the holiday spirit of the gain, affair. Everything is planned to make this one of the biggest dances of the year and It will initiate a .scries of holiday dances to be held In Mason City. Proceeds from the dance will be ised in the Junior Chamber's Christmas lighting; fund. Admission will be 75 cents a couple and 25 cents for extra ladies. Mason City's kiddles will once more have reason to believe In Santa Claus when Saturday evening a ton of candy will be distributed to them by the Mason City Junior Chamber of Commerce following community carol singing around the Christmas tree in Central park at 7:15 o'clock. The candy which has been donated by the Christmas Cheer fund of the Globe-Gazette, will be distributed by old Santa Glaus himself. An invitation has been extended to every person, young or old. to be present at Central park and to join in the singing of Christmas Carols which will begin promptly at ':15 o'clock. Ellen Smith, high school music .nstructor, and a group of her pupils will lead the carol singing and it Is hoped that hundreds of other voices I'ill be raised In the beautiful Christmas hymns. The musical program will last ap- jroximately 30 minutes and almost 8,000 sacks of varied assortments of candy will be distributed immediately after the last carol js sung. The program will be in charge of the American Legion under the direction of H, H. Boyce. Finds Small Amount of Money; Turns It in at Police Station A small amount of money was turned in a*, the police station Wednesday by Bernadine Crimmmgs, who reported she found the money in the shopping district. The owner may claim the money by reporting at the station and identifying; it, according to R. J. Patton, chief of police. Provided the money is unclaimed It will be turned over to the finder. TWO SENTENCED FOR BOOTLEGGING Delia Lee and George Cordle Paroled to Probation Officer. Delia Lee and George Cordle, both under indictment -for bootlegging-, waived formul arraignment Thursday and pleaded guilty before Judge . Joseph J. Clark in district court. They were both sentenced to three months in the county jail, fined ?300 and costs and sentenced to an additional three months in the event oC non-payment of the fine, but one month of the original sentence and the three months' sentence for failure to pay t h e ' l i n e were suspended during their good behavior. They were paroled to Probation Officer J. D. Barlow. County Attorney M. L. Mason represented the state while J. Frank, Hayea appeared for Delia Lee and J. E. Williams appeared for Cordle. One of our beautiful polnscttia plants makes an Ideal Christmas gift. Kemble's--phone 55. A Happy Thought! Give a ton of our Blue Jay Furnace Lump Coal to someone for Christmas. at ton CAN HE DELIVERED ANY TIME SATURDAY WAGNER COAL CO. Phone 98G FOUND! Millions o£ Dollars . . . by millions of members of Christmas Savings Clubs who have recently been p;ml off. These people will have a Merry Christmas. I f YOU want to be on the receiving end this time next year, do tin's-join the 1034 Christmas Savings Club at this bank today. Next Christmas it will pay you ?12.50 to $250.00 (plus interest). FIRST NATIONAL BANK MASON CITY', IOWA JOIN OUR C H R I S T M A S CLUB TODAY Set of Eight Christinas Lights Shoo Ico Skates, p a i r . . . iji3.8r Coaster Sled ,»5c and up SMHft 15o nnd up Coaster VVngons.;. ,08r. und up Scooter i-ll.K) AUTO NEEDS .Hot Witter Heuter $5.11!) Storage Battery, gimr. $S.S9 ox. Winter Motor Oil, per gal. 4(lc. DENATURED ALCOHOL 188 Proof, 2 gallons f o r . . ijl.flo In Your Container Kadio "B" Batteries, 45 volt, each 8gr, Frost Shield 2»c N. I.. .'Miclinclft, Owner 1 So. 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