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JEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 12! 11934 Mason Citys Calendar March 12--Mason City school election. March 11 to 17--National Business and Professional Women's week. March 15--Clausen-Worden post Legion birthday party at armory. March 16--Junior class play, "The Banshee," high school auditorium. March 19--Public hearing on city budget. March 20--Y. W. C. A. nationwide business girls' banquet at 6:30 o'clock. April 1--Easter Sunday. April S--Senegalese drum and bugle corps cake-walk under sponsor. ship of Legion auxiliary. Here in Mason City C. L. Loomer, Auto Insurance. Good dean coal »t $7.00. Allison CoaL Ph. 43L Mrs. A. J. Ask, 919 Adams avenue northwest, left Saturday night for Sioux City, where she will spend. a few days visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. T. Iverson. Fanners -- Frozen and picketed fish of all kinds. E. B. Higley Co. Rne Vaughn, special clerk at the postoffice, was confined to his home Monday by illness. pfcychlo Header-- Km. 248, Cerro Gordo Hotel. 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. Beuel Bosemeyer, city mall carrier, returned to work Monday after several days' absence due to Illness New floors for old! Bent our Electric Sander. Currie-Van Ness Company. The Cerro Gordo county Tounj Democrats' club will meet at 7 o'clock Monday evening in the courthouse. . Washable wallpaper as low as 5c single roll. Work and material guaranteed. Klarr Painter and Decorator. Ph. 2163W. ' Birth certificates have been illet for Dianne Rogine, child of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ellsworth Grimm, 21% Fifteenth street northwest, borj Feb. 5; Norma Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Wolf, 419 Twenty-eighth . street southwest born Feb. 7; Paul Darel, son of Mr, and Mrs. Orval Edington, born Feb. 6 and Ylaria, child of Mr. and Mrs John Gomez, Mason City, born .Feb. 5. This Is the tune to build the foundation for a weedless lawn. We carry a complete line of bulk lawn and garden seed and fertilizer Mason City Hardware. ^T' "Second Heut Edward 3. Vogel tMonday night 'at Company H drill :wiU receive a medal awarded him hy the state for 10 years' continuous service in the Iowa national tmard. He enlisted in his present frganization Jan. 28, 1924 and was discharged as a sergeant Jan. 6 1930, to accept a commission as second lieutenant, which rank he has held since that time. F C Gaylord, who has been ser' toady 111. was reported Monday to be considerably improved at Hotel Hanford. Mrs. Nelle Huntley Monday announced she would be a candidate the republican nomination for re-election as county recorder of Cerro Gordo county. Mrs. Huntley was born in Mason City, attended the local high school and Hamilton's college of commerce and worked for seven yeara in the operating and auditing department of the Western Electric Telephone company. She is a member of the.Mason City Woman's club, Business and ?rofess!onal Women's club and Daughters of Union Veterans, Parent-Teacher association. She has ihree sons, Gordon, Richard and Roger, all attending the Mason City* schools. Special work during- her administration as county recorder has been the re-indexing of all the plat rec- BRICK AND TILE COMPANY RESUMES OPERATIONS Mrs. Huntley Candidate for Recorder Nomination To Seek Re-Election to Office on Her Record. NELLE HUNTLEY ords and articles of incorporation, A card index, arranged alphabetically, of all the property owners of the county, is nearly completed. Sherin Candidate for State Representative To Seek Republican AETHUB L. SHEB1N Railroad News to initiate new members, officers announced here today. Pastor Confesses He Misused Estate Fund CLINTON, March 12. Kev. George W. Van Dran, former Sartor of the Central Church of Christ, this afternoon pleaded guilty in district court to a charge of misuse of more than $600 of funds of an estate of which he was administrator. Time of sentencing was act for March 26. Political Announcements Arthur L. Sherin Candidate for State Representative on the Republican Ticket Miss Joy Ridgeway Candidate for- County Treasurer on the Eepublican Ticket Nelle Huntley Candidate for County Recorder on the Bepublican Ticket Generally fair Monday night and Tuesday, slightly wann- er in east portion Monday night Kentucky Nut Coal, ton W. G. BLOCK CO. PHONE 568 W. H. Bremner, receiver for the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad; C. W. Wright, counsel for the receiver; A. E. Smith, comptroller; B. F. Moffatt, traffic manager; and L H. Buckle, freight claim, agent, all of Minneapolis, were in Mason City the past week on business. R. C. Johnston, engineer for the Iowa board of railroad commissioners, was in the division offices of the Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific railroad during the week. Fred Meyer, Burlington, traveling freight agent for the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad, visited at the offices of the,Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad. Joseph Schwarz, Peoria, HI., traveling freight agent for the Peoria and Eastern railroad, transacted usiness at the freight office of the hicago and Northwestern railroad Friday and also at the offices of the Minneapolis and St. Louis rail- oad earlier in the week. E. W. Webb, claim adjuster for the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul nd Pacific railroad, with head- uarters at Des Moines, visited at he division offices of the road 'hursday. W. Magan, Chicago, traveling reight agent for the Michigan Cen- :ral railroad, visited at the local offices of the Minneapolis and St. Ouis railroad. W. W. Baum, Chicago, assistant raffle manager of the Litchfield and Madison railroad, visited at the ocal offices of the Chicago and North Western railroad Thursday. A. W. Bahr, Mason City, J. D. Shea, Sheldon, J. M. Murphy, Sioux City, C, E. Kemp, Yankton, P. Mc- tfahon, Mitchell, S. Dak., and S. L. Core, -Rapid City, S. Dak., attended meeting of roadmasters of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad here Wednesday evening. F. H. Dowling, Minneapolis, district freight agent of the M. K. and T. railroad, visited at the local offices of the Minneapolis and St Louis railroad. J. M. Oxley, Milwaukee, rules ex aminer for the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific railroad, visitor at the division offices. P. A. Kelly, Minneapolis, freigh claims adjuster, visited at the local offices of the Minneapolis and St Louis railroad Thursday. W. F. Ingraham, superintenden of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad, returned t Mason City Saturday from a trip t Sioux Falls, Mitchell and Sioux City. The big industrialists financed th nazi camnaign for years. Now Hit ler has abolished labor unions an prohibited strikes and paid his deb like a little man.--The New Yorke Nomination for Office. Arthur L. Sherin, former supreme secretary of the M. B. A. and now engaged in law practice in Mason City, Monday announced he would be a candidate for the republican nomination for state representative from Cerro Gordo county. Mr. Sherin, who has had former legislative experience, was born and reared in South Dakota. He was graduated from the University of South Dakota law college in 1908 and practiced law at Watertown, S. Dak., from 1908 to August, 1923. He-was states attorney for Codington county, S. Dak., in 1913 and 1914, city attorney for Watertown, S. Dak., from May 1, 1916, to May 1924, and state senator from his strict in 1921 and 1922. Mr. Sherin moved to Mason City in August, 1923, and has been a omeowner in the community prac- cally ever since. Mr: Sherin announced that he avors the adoption of a gross in- ome tax as a replacement tax and that he was in favor of a state atrol of highways as the, best nethod to insure safety on. the high- ays and as an invaluable institu- on for combating crime such as ank robberies, hijacking and kid- aping. Don't Trifle With Cough Don't let them get a strangle hold Fight germs quickly. Creomulsio combines 7 major helps in one. Pow erful but harmless. Pleasant t take. No narcotics. Your own drug gist is authorized to refund you money on the spot if your cough o cold is not relieved by Creomulsior (adv.) COMPANYSTOCKS BEING BUILT UP FOR NEW DEMAND 90 Men Employed as No. 4 and No. 7 Are Put in Operation. After two days of experimental work with new machinery, actual production of clay products got under way Monday at the plants of the Mason City Brick and Tile company. Approximately 90 men were at the various jobs connected with the manufacturing of drain tile, bricks, building tile and other products in plants No. 7 and No. 4. New machinery has been installed in No. 7. The expectation is that more men will be added later, particularly if demand materializes. The plant operation is resumed to build up the stocks of the company. Thus far no perceptible increase in demand for building products has shown itself. Demand for materials for rural improvement, regarded as a significant potential market, has not yet developed, according to F. J. Hanlon, president. The building industry is one of the slowest to feel the pulse of increasing business activity, but that it will experience some appreciation in demand soon, is the general belief among the leaders of construction and materials concerns.. COMPLETE WORK ON U.S, CENSUS Operations C o n d u c t e d in Federal Building by James V. Campbell. Work in this district in compiling statistics for the Census of American Business was officially completed Monday and the office, which has been in the basement of the federal building, was closed by District Supervisor James V. Campbell. The complete edition with the results of the census which has been taken throughout the nation during the first two months of this year will be released from the government publication offices in Washington, D. C. some time in June, according to Mr. Campbell. It will include statistics on every line of retail endeavor. It is the plan of the ^government to take a census of this type'every fourth year. The first one was taken in 1929. Joy Ridgeway Announces Candidacy for Re-Election To Seek Republican Nomination for Treasurer. Miss Joy Ridgeway, Cerro Gordo county treasurer, Monday announced she would be a candidate for the republican nomination for re-election. In the period she has been in office, Miss Ridgeway has been an active participant in the state association of county treasurers, of which she has now been secretary- treasurer for six years. She also holds the position of state treasurer of the Business and Professional Women's Clubs and is a member of the board of Mason City Social Welfare league. Miss Ridgeway is a graduate of Grinnell college and a former t*ach- er in the high schools of Plymouth and Carpenter. Her training for the MISS JOT RIDGEWAY. work of handling the tax problems ' of Cerro Gordo county included a commercial course at Hamilton's college of commerce and several years as an employe in the office of the county treasurer and later the position of deputy treasurer. At the Hospitals Sunday Observance Traced by Griffin in Y.M.C.A. Address Stewart Is Selected to Judge Illinois Contest Recognition Is Given Local School in Honoring of Band Director. CARLETON L. STEWART George Geibel, Britt, was dismiss- d from the Mercy hospital Sunday llowtag a minor operation. Frank Reras,,No. 57 Lekigh Row, as dismissed from the Park hospi- al Saturday following treatment. Mrs. Dave Ryan, Mason City, as dismissed from the Mercy hos- ital Sunay following treatment. Lucella M. Sweiger, 605 Dela- ·are avenue northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sat- rday following treatment for injures received in an automobile acci- ent. Harvey Messingham, Gaaer, was ismissed from the Mercy hospital unday following a minor operation. Mrs. W. H. Law, Clear Lake, was ismissed from the Park hospital aturday following treatment. Mrs. Edward Martin and infant aughter, 1631 Quincy avenue north- jirest, were dismissed from the Mery hospital Saturday. Chadd Baker 423 Twentyieighth treet southwest, was dismissed rom the Park hospital Saturday ollowing treatment. . Mrs. Soren Peterson and infant daughter, 2213 Jersey avenue southeast were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Saturday. Ross Hutton, 1011 Second street northwest, was dismissed from the ?ark hospital Saturday "following :reatment and a minor operation. Mrs. Maro Diaz and infant son, 813 Jackson avenue southwest, were dismissed from'the Mercy hospital Saturday. Lawrence Magoon, 303 First street southwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following a major operation. A daughter weighing 6 pounds 8 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Woonas, 1316 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Monday at the Mercy hospital. Ray Edgar, Rock Falls, was admitted to the Park hospital Sunday for a major operation. A daughter weighing 6 pounds 5% ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Lampe, 420 Fourth street northwest, Sunday at the Mercy hospital. Marjory Cookman, 436 Fifth street southwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following a minor operation. Leland Kelly, 622 Monroe avenue southwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a minor operation. Mrs. Jake Alt, 215 Fifteenth street northeast, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for treatment. Evangelist R. E. Griffin, speaking at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday night explained the first Sunday law recorded as that of Constantine, Roman emperor, 321 A. D. "It was then termed," continued the speaker, "by Constantine 'the venerable day of the sun' as the first day of the'week is well known as 'the solar holiday of all pagan times.' "From Plain Talk About the Protestantism of Today," by Monsignor Segur ws read, 'It was the Catholic church which, by the authority ol Jesus Christ, has transferred this rest to the Sunday in remembrance of the resurrection of our Lord. Thus the observance of Sunday by the Protestants is an homage they pay, ia spite of themselves, to the authority the (Catholic) church.' In 1899 Father Enright of Kansas City made this offer, 'I hereby offer $1,000 to any one who can prove to me, from the Bible alone, that I am bound under pain or grievous sin, to keep Sunday holy.' "Another statement from Enright follows: 'Protestants--profess great reverence for the Bible and yet by their solemn act of keeping Sunday they acknowledge of the Catholic church. The Bible says, 'Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy,' but the Catholic church says, no; keep the first day of the week and the whole world bows in obedience.' "Daniel 7:25 foretold this attempt to change God's law while Christ declared that He came not to destroy the law and that one jot or title should not be taken from it. (Matt. 5:17-19.)" Speaking of success, what man ever again feels as triumphant as he did the first day he rode without 'touching the handlebars?-Kessinger's Review. PAPERS DONATED FOR MUSIC WORK Half Carload Is Collected; Full Car Hoped for in Week. About a half carload of old paper and magazines to be sold to add to the fund to send the high school orchestra and band to national contests was gathered Saturday in a campaign sponsored by the Music Mothers' club and assisted by the Junior Chamber of Commerce and Boy Scouts. It is hoped to have a full carload by the time all the papers and magazines are collected. The campaign will be continued this week and those who have papers and magazines which have not yet been collected which, have asked to call the following numbers, according to the sections of town in which they live: Northwest, 2620 or 270T; northeast, 1669J or 1632, southwest, 2896J or 1075 and southwest, 1637W or 1868. Officers of the Music Mothers' club expressed appreciation to the Junior Chamber of Commerce and Boy Scouts for assisting in gathering the papers and magazines. In the morning trucks sent out to various sections of the city were filled and emptied at the old postoffice. More was gathered in the after- xin. . It has been suggested that those donating papers and magazines tie them in bundles to facilitate handling. Those who donated trucks included the following: Charoplin Refining company, Chapin-O'Neil Coal company, Letts, Spencer, Smith company, S. and R. Chevrolet company, E. B. Higley company, Wagner Coal company, Kemble's greenhouse, Standard Oil company and Jacob E. Decker company. Maybe the dollar won't buy a dollar's, worth in Europe, but it was that way back in 1918.--Kewanec Star Courier. Carleton L. Stewart, director of the high school band and orchestra, has been selected as one of three judges to judge the Illinois state final music contest, the largest of its kind in the United States. Competition in the Illinois contest is unusually keen and the fact that a Mason Cityan was chosen to serve as one of the band judges ia considered a recognition of the fine band work which has been done in Mason City high school. Among the 11 class A bands which received the superior ranking in the last national band contest held at Urbana, HI., eight were from Illinois. The other three were Cleveland, Ohio, Marion, Ind., and Mason City. For several years, Illinois bands have held a leading position in national competition. The * class B and class C bands have also been outstanding. Judged Last Year. Judges w.ho served in the Illinois band contest last year .were Victor Grabel, noted composer and bandmaster of Chicago; Bachman of Bachman's famous million dollar band, and Karl L. King of Fort Dodge, well known music composer and music publisher. Selection of Mr. Stewart as one of the judges was conducted in a general and democratic method which also is considered as indicative that the music work carried on by the local high school has become widely known among music directors. Picked by Directors. The by-laws of the Illinois high school music association provided that a list of eligible judges selected by A. A. Harding, director of the University of Illinois bands and HUMANITY NEEDS SPIRITUAL FOOD, MINISTERS STATE Heaven Created in Heart and Soul of Living, Says Dr. Dibble. That humanity hungers, but hungers roost for spiritual bread and that the Bible and prayer are wells from which man may draw spiritual waters were among" the subjects discussed in the services in the Mason City churches. "The Reality of Mercy," was Dr. W. L. Dibble's sermon topic at the Congregational church Sunday forenoon. It was his contention that the heaven of the hereafter is created in the heart and soul of living man. A musical feature of the morning worship was an anthem. "God Is Love," composed by Esther Senior Stinehart in 1915. The words are from an old hymn, which was sung later by choir and congregation. Mrs. Stinehart's son, James, ia a member of the choir. "Humanity Hungers. 1 "Humanity hungers, but she hungers for different kinds of bread," stated the Rev. W. H. Kampen of Central Lutheran church in his sermon Sunday. "The bread problem is one of the great problems of life; the bread problem is the great problem of the cation today. Jesus, however, was not as concerned as are we with the so-called staff of life. He was, however, greatly concerned about the bread from on high. This bread is not sold in the market place; no price--no matter how much you would pay in gold or silver can pur chase this bread. It comes to all rich and poor, bond and free, paren! and child for the asking. It re quires that one seek; for seek ing, ye shall find. It requires tha one knock; for knocking, the door shall be opened unto you. "And those who seek not shal not find; they shall lose their sigh and hunger for this bread, finally even as when we cease to use out limbs--our limbs become helples and lost to us. And when we ceas to use our spiritual powers God am His Kingdom are lost forever." "Man" Discussed." "Man" was the subject of th Lesson-Sermon in the Church o Christ, Scientist, Sunday. The Golden Text was from I John 3:1, "Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God." . The Lesson-Sermon, comprised juotations from the Bible and from he Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. One of the Bible citations read: O Lord our Lord, how excellent Is hy name in all the earth! who hast set thy glory above the heavens. When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and .he stars, which thou hast ordained: What is man, that thou art mindful' of him? and the son of man, that hou -visitest him ? Thou madest him :o have dominion over the works of thy hands; thou hast put all things under His feet" (Psalms 8:1. 3, 4, 6). Speaks on Wells. The Rev. 0. Mall of St. James jutheran church spoke on "Wells" Sunday morning. "Water," the speaker said, "is wanted everywhere, on earth, in heaven and in hell. Water is a precious gift of God. One cannot live without it. "The Bible is a well, and you must dig into it in order to get the water of life. Search the Scripture Jesus tells us. We should read and study the Bible for it shows us the way of salvation. Let us receive the water of life through the well, the Bible. "Prayer is also a well. Prayer sends the empty buckets to God-heavenward, and the answers of God are ths buckets coming- down full to the brim with God's blessings. These buckets hang on a golden chain whose links are the promises of God. Prayer makes us, or helps to make us God's children. Without prayer one cannot be a child of God. Christianity can never be successful without prayer." See and Save A reminder to the people who need glasses. Realize your opportunity in having my unusual guaranteed examination and glasses service. A scientific examination--glasses correctly fitted with the saving you need. Hundreds of Satisfied Customers. A few miles' drive will serve you well. Others do, why not you? Dr. Frank H. Smith, Opt. MANI.Y, IOWA. president of the Illinois association, and other committee members, be submitted to all the active directors in the state. Those receiving the highest votes were chosen. The Illinois final state contest will be held April 26, 27 and 28. Required band numbers are "Finlandia" in class A, "Spiritual Rivers" in class B and "Silver Chord' in class C What Your Medicine Chest Should Contain: I. Two clinical Thermometers 3. Absorbent Cotton 3. Adhesive Tape 4. Toothpicks B. Two small glasses 6. Ear Syrinjtc T. Enema Ontflt 8. Sliver Teaspoon 9. Wooden Blades 10. Sterile Gauze 3t. Gauze Bandajres 12. Hot Water Bottle 13. Bottle of Peroxide 14. Bottle of XkoteU's Solution 15. Tincture of Iodine 16. Bottle of Arnica II. Tube of Healing Ointment 18. Styptic Pencil 19. Milk of Magnesia 20. Tube of Catarrh Jelly SI, Tube of Caropuor Ice 22. Box of Aspirin Tablets 33- Bottle of Salol Tablets 24. Tube of AnaljeBlane Balm 28. Bottle of Toothache Drops 26. Bottle of Corn and Bunion Faint 27. Box of Corn Pad,s 28. Box of Bunion Pads 29. Bottle of Eye Bath 30- Bottle of Smelling Salts 31. Menthol Inhaler 32. Bottle of Indigestion Tablets 33. Bottle of Skin Lotion 34. Carton of Bochellft Salts 35. Carton of Soda Bicarbonate 36. Box of Cold Tablets 37. Aromatic Spirits of Ammonia 38. Sweet Spirits of *iter 39. Essence of Peppermint 40. Russian Mineral OU 41. Syrup of Ipecac 43. Can of Berated Talcum 43. Glycerine and Bos* Water 44. Flexible Collodion 46. Powdered Mustard 40. Petroleum Jelly The United States Government has «r K ed. officially, that every P«""«°f ' Je taken to insure immediate rendering: of first aid in case of accident « sddde u im.essTh.is can be done only by having on hand those Items which may IMS called Into use at any time. Pot this list in yom- medicine chest. Check t it the things yon now ADAMS DRUG STORE German Beer Day Served German Style Spring Bock Beer Sauerkraut, Wieners, Rye Bread Mast be German Descendant to Qualify for Frizes Bring Your German Musical Instruments and Friends-The More the Merrier Wednesday, Mar. 14 At The OASIS Opp. Fair Grounds, Mason City C A S H FOR YOUR OLD CAB NO WAITING--NO DELAY Lapiner Motor Co. PHONE 888 BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE Wear a smile and be happy, Tho the night may be snappy, Fire up with some Great Heart and rest; Forget all your worries, All smoke, soot and troubles, For Great Heart is best of the best. FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY If You Need A New Plate- Buy It Now! $1450 An exceptional sale of our very best plate tor a limited time. Our $40 Dark Natural Plate for (2 Plates for $29) We do not believe a better plate can be made. Tou'll flnd this value exactly as represented, ana like all our plates guaranteed to give you full satisfaction. In each o£ our shoppes a registered Den. tut manager and an expert technician, making plates and plates only. ONE DAY SERVICE "Craven" Plates are sold only In CRAVEN'S EXCLUSIVE Plate Shoppes (IJleUhB Teeth) If von desire Information sbont plates-- WHITE-- Yon Kill b« «=- ntred by return mafl. 18 1st St. S. E., Mason City 620 Grand Ave. 408 Locust St. Des Moines 117 2nd St. S. E., Cedar Rapids 412 Nebraska St., Sioux City AU Ground Floor Locations }Jo Phones--Yod Do Not Seed An Appointment rT HENRY FIELD CO. Seed and Nursery HEADQUARTERS Now Open for Business Field and Garden Seeds, Nursery Stock, Coffee, Complete stock of Auto Tires and Tubes, Batteries FIELD'S FAMOUS SEEDS ALFALFA--Dakota No. 12, Fancy, bushel §9.75; Grimm-A. B. Lyman's, Bushel $10.75. CLOVER--Medium or Common Red, Fancy, bushel §10.25; Alsike, Extra Fancy, bushel $10.75. SWEET CLOVER--White Biennial, Fancy, bushel $3.90. TIMOTHY--Timothy, Best Home Grown, bushel $4.15. THESE PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE HENRY FIELD FEED STORE 514 South Federal Avs., which is first building south of 1933 location. Phone 370. Mason City

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