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January 21, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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· i?--'-1 *-tui tessj, "wai ja." SIX il; -Ill IB Mason City's Calendar MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE),-JANUARY 21 ·-1937 Jan. 17-23--National Thrift Week. Jan. 21-22-23--Dollar Days at Mason City stores. Special 3-day selling events. Jan. 28--Join Legion and Auxiliary party at armory. . Feb. 15--James E. Gheen of New York to address joint evening meeting of Chamber of Commerce and service clubs. Here In Mason City Ri(z Hotel Club, Bayside. Dance, Eat. Properly prepared food, A (otal of 4,300 automobiles Iiad been registered for 1037 at office of the county treasurer in the courthouse Thursday afternoon. The severe cold Thursday brought a decrease in the number issued. Mrs. David L. Bailey, 903 North Federal avenue, is ill at her home suffering from the flu. Special, 51, Fri. and Sat.--Cotton Dresses' and Smocks. Loftus Shop, 118 N. Federal. Special Dress Closeout--Silk and our exclusive line of knit dresses, priced $3.93, $4.95, $5.95, includ- , ing Spring Prints. Loftus Shop. Special, SI, Fri. Sat.--4 dozen Better Hats, values to §7.50; also % price on Twin Sweater Sets. Loftus Shop. K. P. Simth, vice president of the First National bank, has been confined to his home for several days with the flu. Touch up those floors with Johnson's Glo-Cont Wax. Boom- liowei- Hardware Co. .M. D. Judd, vice president of the Mason City Brick and Tile company, and B. A. Webster are in Minneapolis attending a meeting of the Northwestern Lumbermen's association. Special Dollar Day values will be available at Mason City stores Friday and Saturday of (his week. To know what stores are taking part in this sales event, what's "on sale, and the prices, read tiie Dollar Days advertisements in the Globe-Gazette. The Rev. Oswald E. G. Mall, pastor of St. James Lutheran church, returned Thursday from Minneapolis where he attended the meeting of the Christian Elementary Education committee of -the Minnesota district, of which he is chairman. This meeting was held on Wednesday at the Wartburg Hospice. FURTHERBRICK AND TILE" EXPANSION CONSIDERED Dailey Secretary of County's Fair SPENCER^-Leo C. Dailey was 'unanimously re-elected joint secretary of the Spencer Chamber of Commerce and of the Clay County Fair association Tuesday noon when the chamber board of directors accepted a proposition of the fair board that he be made secretary for 1937 at a salary of 53,300 and that all fixed expenses of the office be shared on a 50-50 basis. Secretary Dailey was given an increase in salary of $300 over the past year and his assistant, Miss lone Matheson, received a i?5 monthly raise. French Rites Will . Be Friday in Ackley ACICLEY--Funeral services for George A. French, 84, who died Tuesday afternoon at his home here will be held at 1:30 p". m., Friday at the M. E. church following brief prayer service at the home at 1 p. m., the Rev. A. E. Coe officiating. Interment- will 'be in the Pleasant Hill cemetery, three miles north of Ackley; Brief sketch of current history: 200 million sheep-like men preparing to kill one another because ten little men tell them to. Cedar Itapids Gazette. Our + + + Home Town By D. W.\JU. PERSONALLY I don't see how K. G. L. O. got off to sucii a GOOD START without cither LUKE OR ME on the nrogram BUT THEY DID every on- is THROWING OUT his chest saying, "LIVES THERE a man with soul SO DEAD that he HATH WOT to himself s;,kl. THIS IS MY OWN K. G. L O " £· I can LICK THE GUY that is contrary minded BUT they DID put THEIR FLAG ABOVE the AMERICAN FLAG over the studios ON THE HANFOUD THEY DID give someone by the name of DAN PEAK credit; ·for MY BROADCAST (Paid for) of congratulations THEY DID persist that it was 2 ABOVE ZERO when it was SIX BELOW BUT ANYWAY I don't believe the guy WHO CLAIMS that he .stopped HONKED at the TRANSMITTER HOUSE out on the NORTH PAVING thought it was a W. N. A. X. filling station BUT I do believe that if JOE POWER would change his name to JOSELUS POWEROVITCH he could be leading BIG TIME orchestras this BIG TIME store is as PROUD OF K. G. L, O. as wo are of our MODERN stock of high QUALITY MERCHANDISE at such UNUSUALLY LOW PK1CES sooo I THANK YOU. Don McPcalc Mason City Hardware PLANT NO. 6 MAY BE MODERNIZED IN COMING YEAR Officers and Directors of Corporation Re-Elected at Meeting. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Mason City Brick and Tile company was held at the corporation offices, where reports were presented and the members of the board of directors, M. D. Judd, W. H. Rees, Earl Smith, Allan F. Beck and Charles E. Strickland, re-elected 'for the coming^year. Following the meeting of the stockholders the board met and re-elected the following officers- Charles E.. Strickland, president; M. D. Judd, vice president; W. H. Hees, vice president; Earl Smith, secretary; iff. H. Rees treasurer, and V. D. Coyle, assistant treasurer. Earl Smith was appointed general counsel, M. D. Judd, sales manager, and B. E. Setterberg, general superintendent. Business of the company the past year has shown an improvement over several past seasons yice President Rees stated. Two plants. No. 3 and No. 4, have been in almost continual , operation throughout the' year and are still running, while a third plant, No. 2, has been operated most of the season. "If our business continues the upward trend that has been experienced the past year it is very possible that we will open an-additional plant, making four manufacturing units," said Mr. Rees. "This would involve the installation of modern machinery and general rehabilitation of plant No. G. The number of our employes reached the 300. mark last summer and can be expected to go that or higher the coming year " "BETTERCHiCK" PLANS STUDIED 140 Attend Conference of Hatchery Men at Hanford., : ....-· App'ftxvfmateJy. ·woipeispns"' had registered at the "Better Chicks" conference being held at (he Hotel Hanford Thursday and Friday by the James Manufacturing company, manufacturers ot hatchery equipment, and more were expected Thursday afternoon, according to G. F. Albrecht, Mason City manager, in charge of the convention. The conference is intended to offer batcherymcn a short term, post graduate course in modern methods,, operating technique and marketing, according to Mr. Albrecht. Zafflte Talks. Following the address ot welcome 1 by Mr. Albrecht, B. Zaffke, general sales manager of Poultry Lines, outlined reasons for holding such a conference, showing how the conference was helpful in building sound, substantial business along lines which practical experience has demonstrated as being the most effective. Ray Gardinier, advertising manager of the James Manufacturing company, spoke on marketing and advertising. Dr. Walters of Iowa State college, Ames, discussed the embryonic development of the chick in the egg. Dr. Wilckc Speaks. Thursday afternoon Dr. H. L. Wilekc, head of the department of poultry husbandry at Iowa State college of agriculture, talked on "Flock Control and Supervision" and Prof. John Halpin, head of the department of poultry husbandry at the University of Wisconsin talked on "Feeding and Brooding Problems." Persons were attending the convention from Iowa, Minnesota Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Equipment is on display and demonstrations are being held in conjunction with the conference which will close. Friday afternoon. Carl Nebbe and His Orchestra Chosen for Presidents Birthday Ball Jan. 30 Carle Nebbe and his orchestra, shown here, will bring Iowa's smartest dance music to Mason City for President Roosevelt's Birthday ball the night of Saturday, Jan. 30, at the armory, Leo J. Carle, general chairman of the organization committee announced Thursday. A regular feature from radio station WOI at Ames at 1 o'clock Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and 1:15 Saturday, Carle Nebbe's swing music has been a lop attraction over eight midwestern states during the last three years. North lowans will remember Carle Nebbe's band from its appearances at the Surf ballroom, Clear Lake. Mason City's 100 piece band, national high school champions, under the direction of Carleton L. Stewart, will provide one of the brightest features of Mr. Roosevelt's birthday party here, playing a specially selected concert. A third highlight of the evening will be the dancing numbers by versatile pupils of Jimmy Fleming and Miss Helen Can-, local instructors. Larry Heardon, tenor, will lend a touch of El-in to the festivities with his Irish songs. Arrangements for additional specialties for the party program during intermission are not yet completed. KGLO, Mason City's new radio station will carry the entire program in a broadcast direct from the armory. Members of the ticket sales committee, headed by Mr. Carle. W. V. Loring, Dr. T. A. Nettleton and Emmett V. Ryan, planned to begin a canvass of Mason City business houses Friday. LEGISLATION IS EING STUDIED Copies- of All Bills Filed in Offices of Chamber of Commerce. A number of reports and forms are now available at the Chamber of Commerce offices on the second floor of the Globe-Gazette building for the convenience of members and the general public. These include income tax blanks of all kinds for 1937 returns and the new forms for returns under the new Iowa unemployment compensation law. The chamber is also receiving copies of all bills filed in (he Iowa legislature and the senate and house daily journals. It is also subscribing to a legislative service which briefs all important bills proposed and actions taken thereon. These legislative bills and bulletins may be consulted ;it the Chamber offices and may be borrowed for short periods by those wishing to do so. The chamber's legislative committee, under the chairmanship of Dr. W. E. Long, will convene Friday afternoon -at 4 o'clock at the director's room of the school administration building and will continue meeting weekly or pftener as long as' the legislature is in session. Members wishing to submit their views thereto are requested to get in touch with the chairman or the secretary.! Hearing for Trees to Be Held Friday Demonstration of ; Hog Butchering on W. S. Fulghum Farm A hog butchering demonstration will be held at the farm of W. S. Fulghum, Mason City, route 1 on Saturday, Jan. 23 at 1:30 p. m. Paul Henderson, county club agent, will assist with the demonstration which will show the new .method of skinning the hog and the advantages of this over the old method of scraping. Kanavvha Elevator Head Takes Whittemore Post KANAWHA--J. L. Bcnschoter. resigned as manager of the Noi-th Iowa Grain company and has accepted a position as manager of the Farmers' Eclevatoi- at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Benschoter and .two children, Leon and Linda will move March 1 to their new home. Mr. Benschoter has been manager of the local elevator for the past 10 years. The hearing for Lonnie Trees, Clear Lake, who was arrested Wednesday morning on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident, was continued u n t i l Friday morning by Police Judge Morris Laird. Trees is being held in the city jail. 'Frank Bickford, 112'4 South Federal avenue, forfeited a $1 bond posted when arrested by police on a charge of passing a stop sign. Russell Bitting, 118 Twenty- second street southeast, was sentenced to attend traffic school on a charge of improper parking. Orchestra Parents Will Meet Friday A meeting of all parents of high school orchestra members has been called for 7:30 o'clock Friday evening in the music hall, according to Conductor Carleton L Sale-wart. Among important questions to be considered will be the financial situation on the prospects of the orchestra going to national competition. Two Fined at Algona. ALGONA--Two Algona men were haled before Justice of Peace P. A. Danson Monday. The first was Kesley Burtis who was given a 30 day jail sentence on a bad check charge. This was not his first offense. The second was that of James H. Morryman who was fined $4.85 on a charge of operating a motor vehicle without a license. An agnostic is a man who cats foolishly and has indigestion and says there is no divine plnn in such, a cruel world.--Wisconsin Slate Journal. Hannah Large Rites to Be Held Friday Funeral services for Hannah C Large, 79, who died at her home, 214 Hampshire avenue northeast, Wednesday following an illness, will be held at the Randall funeral home at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, with the Rev. David L Kralz, pastor of the Church of Christ, in charge of services. Burial will be at Elm wood cemetery. Mexican oil workers demand 140-dny vacations with pay and traveling expenses. And they told us those people lacked ambition.-Davenport Times, KIWANIS HOLDS BIRTHDAY PARTY Charter Members Honored; Talk on Organization Is Given. The sixteenth anniversary of the local Kiwanis club was observed at the organization's weekly ' luncheon Thursday noon in Hotel Hantord. Dr. C. E. Chenowclh, president of the organization, presented birthday cakes to charter members wlio were present. These were Dr. George M. Crabb Dr W. L. Dibble, Ralph W. Fischbeck, William E. Gildner, Remley J. Glass, Herman M. Knudscn Di;. Raymond F. Kunz, George S Marty, Dr. Hardy F. Pool and James Rae. George E. O'Neil and Carl A. Parker were charter members who were not present. Special tribute was paid to the memory of the late Juofee J. J. Clark, a Kiwanian.' Dr. .Cheno- wetli read a 'poem in his honor and at a chair at the head table was placed a basket of roses. Dr. Chenoweth read a message from A. Copeland Callum, president ot Kiwanis International, and S. L. Rugland gave an illustrated talk o n ' t h e international organization. A birthday cake was placed on the head table. Pieces of this were distributed to the members. Bob Runyan played two cornet solos, accompanied by Dick Zar- hng. Guests included John Sjun- neson of Minneapolis Paul J Duffy of Fort Dodge, Claude Barrett of Des Moines and A. H. Holland, Enid, Okla,, general manager of the Champlin refining company, former president of the Enid Kiwanis club and present president of the Enid Chamber of Commerce. TO REPRESENT LOCAL TEACSiERS H. H. Boyoe, Lena Nicholas . to Attend Conference in Des Moines. H. H. Boyce of the high school and Junior College Teachers association, and Miss Lena Nicholas teacher of Jefferson school, representing the Grade Teachers as- sociaUon, were elected delegates Wednesday' by their respective groups to attend a conference in De£ Moines,. Saturday, Jan; 30. The executive committee of the Iowa State Teachers' association .has called upon all local teachers'- groups throughout the state to send two for more delegates to counsel on legislative matters for the good of Iowa schools. Principal James Rac plans to attend the conference also. A special legislative, committee named by Miss Helen Fullertoii president of the secondary school group, j s made up of the Misses Ida E Tver- sen, Gladys Price, Esther Steinberg and Harold S. Palmer. Miss Nicholas' committee is Arthur Krager, principal of Lin coin school, Miss Edith Smith o Jackson and Miss Clara Sagen o Harding. Mr. Boyce was instructed by hi group through unanimous vote t contact other local clubs in an at tempt to bring about the organ Ration of a consultant group mnd of committees on legislation froi the various clubs of the cilv an county. BoyceTells Hi-Y oT Science Opportunitie Science as a vocation wns Ih subject of a talk by H. H. Boyce High school science teacher at in Hi-Y club meeting Wcdnesdai night in the Y. M. C. A. Mr. Boyc who pointed out that much prog rcss is still to be made in science pointed out the opportunities in radio, telephone, biology and othe scientific fields. Royal Arch Masons Hold Installation Benevolence Chapter No. 4(i, Royal Arch Masons, held a joint installation of officers with Bethel Chapter No. 116 R. A. M. which is located at Clear Lake. Verne B. Smesrude of Benevolence chapter was the installing officer and installed the following officers of Benevolence Chapter No. 46 for the year, 1937: Carl W. Haase, high priest; Roy J. McEwen, king; Fred Wells, scribe; Carl Parker, treasurer; D. D. Gilbert, secretary; Cecil Abbott, captain of the host; W. J. Brown, principal sojourner; Harry E. Cooksie, sentinel. Following the installation an oyster supper was served.' Horse Starls Fire. VINTON, (fp) _ Fire slar lcu when a horse kicked over a Ian- tern, destroyed a barn on the farm of Mrs. Jerry Carter here with a loss estimated at $6,000. Severa hundred chickens, 30 hogs, three cows, one horse, harness and tools were burned. PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK Mr., Mrs. A. C. Frisk Are Parents of Son A son weighing 8 pounds IS'/, ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs" A. C. Frisk, fi23 Washington avenue northwest, at the Mercy hos- p i t a l Wednesday. Mr. Frisk is assistant salesmanager of the Mason City Brick and Tile company. E H . E.b. CHIROPODIST Successor to Dr. J. D. Heeler 316 1st. Nat. Bk. Bids. Ph..331 MADE-TO-ORDER ANY SIZE--ANY STYLE LATEST MOULDINGS PHOTO STUDIO Phone 2272 Next J, C. Penney Co. Police Find Morse Car After Passing It Up Many Times Police recovered the block Plymouth sedan owned by E. G. Morse, 28 Carolina avenue southeast, and reported stolen Monday, after they had walked past it dozens of times. The reason was that Mr. Morse had given them the wrong license numbers and the wrong model of car. The car was not stolen but had been pushed around the corner from where it was parked by workmen removing snow from the streets. The car had been there since Monday night. Past State Rebekah President Succumbs ^ Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Miller, past president of the Rebekah assembly of Iowa, will be held at Cherokee at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. As state president and member of the slate advisory board for three years. Mi's. Miller made many visits to Mason City. Seneys Succeed in 2nd Start for California Mr. and Mrs. Hay Seney, after their second attempt, succeeded Thursday morning in starting for the south. On Wednesday they began driving south but got only as far as the Schermerhorn farm. Seeing a big drift, they decided to wait another day. Mr. and Mrs. Seney will spend three weeks at Mexico City and three weeks in Los Angeles. FLOWERS ABOVE; ALCOHOL BELOW; THAT'S RECEIPT Police Find Queer Layout in Homemade Stands in Yezek Home. All the world was flowery for Albie J. Ye»ek, who rooms at the rear of a filling, station at 1651 North Federal avenue, until police investigated his.flowers Wednesday night. They raided his home at 7:40 o'clock and found four half pint bottles of alleged alcohol in two small homemade flower stands, which had false bottoms in them containing two bottles each. The stands were about 18 inches in height. Flowers bloomed from pots on the tops of the stands, but one had only to reach up through trap doors in the bottoms of the stands to find the illusive "alky." Yezek waived preliminary hiring before Police .Judge Morris Laird Thursday morning and was bound to the grand jury on a charge of illegal possession of alleged alcohol. His bond was fixed at S500. Edna Graves, 119",'2 South FecV- eral avenue, was fined $25 and costs on a charge of intoxication. She was arrested by police at 9:35 o'clock Wednesday night in 'the 100 block on South Federal avenue. Eliced Perez, 807 Van Buren avenue southwest, was fined SIO and costs on a similar charge. He was arrested by police at Sixth street and Madison avenue southwest at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday; evening. McKinley Fun Night To Be Held Friday A number of interesting features have been planned for McKinley fun night to be held at the school auditorium Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock in place of the community center session. A popular master of ceremonies will preside during the evening's entertainment which will include an amateur contest (amateurs not registered will not be allowed to appear on the program,) pet calling, children's calling, Little German band, comedy acts, candy sale, etc. McKinley fun night is sponsored by the McKinley 'P. T. A. Mrs. Edwin Alsbury is chairman of the committee sponsoring this entertainment. When we have unemployment insurance, old age insurance, and crop insurance, maybe manufacturers will want market insurance. --Corsicana Sun. CARBURETOR and FUEL PUMP TEST CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. 23 First Street S. E. PHONE 494 NOW -- DON'T FORGET .... IF you are going to have your children VACCINATED AGAINST SMALLPOX or IMMUNIZED AGAINST DIPHTHERIA, during the Cerro Gordo County campaign, then take your children to your physician's office on January 23 Yes, Saturday of this week is the time. And, if convenient, telephone your physician and let him know that you are bringing your children to his office, to be vaccinated or immunized, or both. Bv phoning him, you will greatly facilitate matters for both yourseif and your physician. When you take your children to your physician's office Saturday afternoon of this week, be sure to have the "AUTHORIZATION CARDS" with you. These cards, which were given to your children by their teachers, will give your physician certain information which he needs. So, please do not forget them. If it is going to be impossible for you to take your children to the office of your physician this Saturday, on account of sickness or for some other reason--then, you can take them to his office on January 30 @ If there are any questions w that you want to ask about this Cerro Gordo County vaccination and immunization campaign, kindly phone your own physician. CERRO GORDO COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY . . . . . _ , *

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