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March 13, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MARCH 13 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THIRTEEN Mason City's Calendar 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 19--William Whitfield Wood, president of Institute of American Meat Packers, to address Rotary- Chamber of Commerce dinner. March 20--Y. W. C. A. nationwide business girls' banquet at 6:30 o'clock. April 1--Easter Sunday. April 3--Senegalese drum and bugle corps cake-walk under sponsorship of Legion auxiliary. Here in Mason City BUILDING AND HOME APRIL 4-6 RE-ELECTED ON SCHOOL BOARD U. E. ROBERTSON Director TRACY STEVENS Director Floyd Fraser, trombone teacher. Good clean coal at $7.00. Allison Coal. Ph. 431. The Rev. Walter H. Kainpeu announced that regular Lenten services will be held at the Central Lutheran church Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock. The undersigned hereby gives notice that he will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than himself. Pete Porro. Martin Honsey, 516 Jefferson avenue northwest, returned Monday .from Minneapolis, where he spent several days visiting at homes of his two sons, Melton and Willard, and attending the automobile show. New floors for old! Rent our Electric Sander. Currie-Van Ness Company. C. E. Oilman, general secretary of the Y. M. C A., gave an address Monday night at the district rally of M. E. Men's Brotherhood at Lake Mills. He spoke on a Lenten subject. Open meeting of hotel and restaurant employes Local 18, Wed., March 14, at 2:30 and 8:30 p. m. in Labor Hall. The public is invited. Come out and learn your rights. Abot 130 boys attended the Fio- neer club meetings Monday night m the Y. M. C. A. After a discussion of the hobby show, to be held April 4, 5, 6 and 7, the boys went swim- niing. This Is .the time to build the foundation for a weedless lawn. We · carry a complete line of bulk lawn and garden seed and fertilizer. Mason City Hardware. North Iowa Sheriff s Warn About Swindlers North Iowa sheriffs'are warning persona to be on the lookout for two men who are working a confidence game swindling merchants. According to reports from the National Sheriffs' and Police association, the swindlers claim to be representing different periodicals and have defrauded many firms out of a considerable amount of money. Bits About 'Em R. E. WILEY Director ALLAN F. BECK Treasurer These lour were re-elected on the board of the Mason City school district In Monday's election. The three directors defeated by a wide margin the labor ticket of two candidates. Mr. Beck was the only candidate for school treasurer. Mrs. Maybelle S. Blaise, 175 Crescent drive, has left for Albert Lea where she was called by the death of her father, J. J. Sullivan, who died Monday. Mrs. Mabel Blaise plans to go to Albert Lea Wednesday for the funeral. J t i * Miss Betty Senneff who has been spending the past few months in St. Paul where she has been singing at the Casenova club and attending MacPhaii's school in Minneapolis, has returned to Mason City for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Senneff, 225 West State street. 3 S 4 Miss Marie Warschkow of Mason City has returned from Popejoy where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warschkow. o * * Mrs. Emma Harrington and the Misses Vera Harrington, Inez Mor- °-an, Florence Wells and Caroline Giles, all of the Le Moderne Beauty Studio, are in Des Moines attending the beauty show at the Iowa State Association of Cosmetologists at the Fort Des Moines hotel. _*_ You can say one thing for poor kin. They usually make room for you when times get hard.--Fountain Inn Tribune. FEW CONTAGIOUS DISEASES HERE City Health Report Reveals Clean Bill for Month of February. Few reports of contagious diseases were made during February and the Isolation hospital was not used, according to the city health report of Dr. C. M. Franchere, who stated that he hoped the record would be kept intact during the spring months. The state and county medical so- cities in co-operation with the American Legion and the 40 and S are making an effort to have all children from six months of age up to the seventh grade immunized for diphtheria. The campaign is being put on with the hopes that the children will be taken to their family physicians for immunization. Parents who feel they are unable to meet the expense of this procedure can arrange to have it done at the various schools. ' . Political Announcements Louis Brooker Candidate for County Supervisor FOR THIRD DISTRIT on Republican Ticket Unsettled Tuesday night and much colder with possible snow- in extreme northeast portion; Wednesday generally fair and colder in south central and extreme east portions. Kentucky Nut fi?7 A A Coal, ton «P/.UU W. G. BLOCK CO. I'HONE 563 Is Protection. a protection against "It is a protection against the disease," said Dr. Franchere. "which in most cases will last a life time. It is hoped that all parents will have it done. A successful culmina- ion of this campaign will lie a step forward, in keeping the city free from contagious disease." Twenty-one deaths and 33 births w«re reported for February. A total of 595 tests were made at the city health laboratory, according to the report of Mabel E. Sucher, technician. Of this number, 4o4 were milk analyses, 70 blood counts, 20 water analyses, 17 G. C. sm«ars, 12 urinalyses, 11 diphtheria, 7 T. B. sputum, 1 Vincents angina, 1 typhoid, 2 human milk. Milk Tested. A total of 136 samples of rnilk and cream were collected for bacterial counts, according to the report of Howard Delahoyde, 114 samples of milk'were collected for the Methy- lene Blue test, 114 sediment tests were made on the milk received at the pasteurizing plants. Ten water samples were collected for testing, 26 dairy plant inspections and 25 dairy farm inspections were made. Five complaints were received and cared for. During the month four cases of chickenpox, two cases of measles and one case of whooping cough were placarded and three cases of scarlet fever were quarantined. Four dairy plant inspections and nine dairy farm inspections were made and 31 complaints were investigated, according to the report of G. W. Cady, sanitary inspector. California Auto Is Forced Into Ditch South of Mason City A car driven by N. P. Turnbladh, Duluth, Minn., was reported forced into the ditch about 6*4 miles south of Mason City on highway No. 65 Monday evening about 8 o'clock. Mr. Turnbladh stated that he was forced to drive into the ditch to avoid hitting a car driven by F. D. Ryan of Mason City, and registered to F. S. Ryan, 210'/= South Federal avenue. Mr. Turnbladh's car was carrying California license plates. SAMARITANS TO PRESENT DRAMA A.M.O.S. Clinic to Be Held at Odd Fellows Hall Thursday Night. An A. M. O. S. clinic will be helc by the playground organization o: the Odd Fellows at the I. O. O. F hall Thursday evening at. : 8 .o'clcok John Robinson is the director o a play to be presented on this oc casion, in which the following char acters will participate: Dr. Charle Bungle, Charles Crumb; Dr. Wil liam Butcher, Stanley Haynes; In tern Rube Snail, Harry Van Every Nurse Patricia Spoodendike, Charlie Brunner; Nurse Matilda Snodgras Wade Vasbinder, and patients "tof numerous to mention." The first act will present scene; of patients going into the clinic fo: examinations, while the second ac will show the specialists operating on various patients. All Samaritans, Odd Fellows, Re bekahs and their families anc friends have been invited to attenc The proceeds will go into the' grant lodge fund in preparation for nex fall's convention. Eat Shop Opened by Chef of Hawks' Nest Cafe at Iowa Gt) With seven years experience as ehef of the Hawks' Nest cafe a Iowa City,- Ed Lewis has opened th Specialty Eat shop at No: 16 Firs street southeast.. The cafe openc Tuesday. Luncheons, sandwiche and salads and practically the sam lines of food as any cafe will b served with the exception of larg steam table lines. The shop has been recently deco ated in tones of green and a coun ter has been installed. A compar ment has been set aside at the rea of the shop where table service ma be had. Mr. Lewis is the father c Mrs. Robert L. Stoyles of Maso City and is a newcomer to the cit; having moved here directly fro: Iowa City. The Specialty Eat Shop Will Serve LOCAL BUILDERS EXCHANGE MAKES EXTENSIVE PLANS Same General Arrangement to Be Followed in 1934 Exhibit. Plans are nearing completion for the second annual building and home furnishing show which is to be held under the auspices of the North Iowa Builders exchange in the high school gymnasium Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. April 4, 5 and 6. The excellent reception of the show last year was almost a revel' tion to the building trade repre- nted in the exchange and prepar- ions are made to follow the same eneral plans for the 1934 show. The show will be open each day om 1 to 10 p. m. and as was the ase last year a fine assortment of ifts will be awarded. It Won Laurels. The same general arrangement f booths which last year evoked ich favorable comment both from he pubic and construction ma- erials representatives from larger enters will again be followed. The ponsors of the project last year ad the pleasure of hearing many ho had seen shows in all sections f the middle west state the Mason ·ty event was the outstanding one. The exhibit space for the 1934 how is practically all signed up und there is a possibility that ths emand for booths will exceed the upply, it was stated by the com- littees. To Show New Ideas. The plans are to have the latest ii the building and home furnishing ne from the basement to the g?.r- et displayed by firms exhibiting in le show. The exchange members arc hop- ng the committee in charge of a roposed model home construction .-ill have the plans ready to Viz ex- ibited at the show. Following are the committees forking on the project: General show committee. Jay M. Tubbesing, M. A. Harpster and Fay S O'Neil; advertising and music. '" D Makeever, Lester Milligan and Lee'P. Loomis; exhibit hall, Paul Moen Fay E. O'Neil and Lester Da- ·ey solicitations, A. C. Frisk and Cari Henkel; decorations and light- ng M. A. Harpster and H. M. Kniidson, and prizes, G. O. Goulr 1 and F. R. Currie. GATHERED BY SCOUTS ON GOOD TURN EFFORT ROBERT MOORE TO SPEAK HERE Secretary of Farmers' Union of Iowa Slated for Y. M. C. A. Robert Moore of Des Moines, sec retary of the state organization o :he Farmers' Union, will be th speaker at a meeting of the group at the Y. M. C. A. Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Problems of the farmers, espe daily the corn-hog program, wil je discussed. The wide difference of opinion of farmers on this pro gram was the cause of the meeting The meeting will be sponsored b :he Trades and Labor assembly an the Cerro Gordo county Farmers Union. . ERTL IS BOUND TO GRAND JURY Wulert Sentenced to 30 Days on Charge of Larceny of Roofing Paper. Albert C. Ertl, Clear Lake, waived reliminary hearing Tuesday morn- ng before John C. Shipley, police udge, and was bound to the grand ury on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. His jond was fixed at ?300 which he "ailed to furnish. Ertl was arrested about 5 o'clock Monday afternoon at the intersection of West State street and Monroe avenue. It was charged that Ertl fail-od to observe the traffic sign and his car struck a D. W. Grippen company truck, driven by Clarence Rivedahl. Fred Mulert, 114 Madison avenue southwest, was sentenced to 30 day; in the county jail on a charge of larceny. He was charged with taking rolls of roofing paper from the Fetersen Roofing and Supply com pany. At the Hospitals William C. Dickinson Dies at I.O.O.F. Home William C. Dickinson, Clinton, a cousin of Senator L. J. Dickinson of Algona, died at the I. O. 0. F. old people's home early Tuesday ·Corning. Mr. Dickinson came to the home Sept. 20, 1932. He was born Oct. 1, 1856, at Toronto. The body will be taken to Clinton for burial. Edward R. Kolda, 111 Fourteent! street northwest, was admitted t the Park hospital Monday for major ' operation. Mrs. Ted Larson, Algona, wa admitted to the Park hospital Mon day for a minor operation. Hans Schroeder, Clear Lake, wa admitted to the Park hospital Mon day for a minor operation. Frank Reras, No. 57 Lehigh Row was admitted to the Park hospita Monday for treatment. Mrs. Mart Haugen and infan son, Fertile, were dismissed froB the Park hospital Monday. Mrs. Oscar Vosburgh, Rockwel was admitted to the Mercy hospita Monday for treatment. Mrs. Vern VanNote and infan son, 515 Connecticut avenue south east, were dismissed from the Merc hospital Monday. Leo Terwilliger, Gamer, was ad mitted to the Mercy hospital Tues day for a minor operation. Mrs. Adrian Ries, Rockford, wa admitted to the Mercy hospita Tuesday for treatment. CARS COLLIDE. A car driven by F. M. Williams, 317 Twenty-fifth street southwest, collided with a car driven by Beatrice Boomhower, 424 Second street northwest, about 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at Thirteenth street and North Federal avenue. The above picture shows the ma- ·rial that was collected by the Boy couts in their recent national good irn. This material has all been urned over to the Social Welfare ague for distribution. Mrs. Mabel Blaise, secretary of he league, when interviewed about he distribution of articles said, We are certainly very grateful for Jiese contributions and there was great need for it. We have, of ourse, distributed by ticket and he need was so great that many imes our quarters in the adminis- ration building were over-crowded ith people waiting. Some even rought their lunch. People were so -rateful for the furniture and ishes. It shows us the great need vhen people would come and ask or just two plates or two cups or a kettle." Although a large number of pairs if shoes were received, Mrs. Blaise tatcs that there is still a great need for childrens' shoes. People have even come from the 'ar ends of the county and even 'rom counties outside of Cerro Gordo, expecting to receive some of these articles, she said. If anyone has any articles that they wish to contribute, they are asked to call either the Scout office or the Social Welfare league and these will be picked up. "The result of the recent Boy Scout national good turn emphasizes three things: First, the need in Mason City and Cerro Gordo county for the necessities of life in many homes; second, the willingness of our people to respond to this need to the best of their ability; and, third, the possibilities in the proper mobilization of the boy power in any community," said W. P. Butler, president of the North Iowa area council. To those of us who are interested in scouting this campaign demonstrated in a new way the value of the training which the Boy Scout ADELE M, QUINN SERVICES HELD City Schools Dismissed to Allow Students to Attend Funeral. Funeral services for Miss Adele M. Quinn, girls' physical education teacher in the junior high schools of Mason City who died Saturday following a lingering illness, were held at the St. John's Episcopal church Monday afternoon. The Rev. Robert M. Redenbaugh, pastor of the church, was in charge of the services. Burial was in Elmwood cemetery. Members of the Lincoln school attended the funeral enmasse, and many students from the high school and junior college were also in attendance. The church and parish hall were crowded with students, teachers and friends of Miss Quinn's, the schools of the city having been dismissed for the services. A beautiful service was held with 'Edwin Helbling singing "Prayer Perfect." Pallbearers were J. O. E. Johnson of Northwood, O. B. Moorhouse of Glidden, Arthur Krager, William G. Schrader, Frank Conway and Horton Dwelle of Mason City. DEBT GROUPS TO STAGE MEETING AT Y WEDNESDAY One of District Sessions to Be Held in Mason City, Says Murray. One of the district instructional meetings of members of the county farm debt committees will be held at the Y. M, C. A. here Wednesday..,,, morning, starting at 10 o'clock. The first of the series was held at Cedar Rapids Monday, followed by another at Oelwein 'Tuesday, according to information received here from W. G. Murray, Ames, temporary chairman of the state advisory council. Other meetings will be staged ai Cherokee Thursday. Council Bluffs Friday and DCS Moines Saturday. Two other meetings will bo held the following week, at Ottumwa Monday, March 19 and again at Des Moines, Tuesday, March 20. The county committees have as their duty the hearing of cases in which farm debtors and their creditors have difficulty in reaching a settlement. The committee will seek to offer a satisfactory arrangement after hearing the case. Murray said the county committees have been asked to meet for organization whether any cases are pending or not, and that regularly scheduled meetings should be planned for discussions and for exchange of information furnished by the state office. Such meetings will provide them with information as to the types of service they can give, the nature of farm-credit problems they are to consider and the most successful methods of handling cases. Submits to Operation. THOMPSON -- Miss Delores Ker- tage 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. T Keil, southv.-est of Thompson was taken to the Irish hospital Saturday. where she submitted to an operation for mastoid. Entcrs Teachers' College. MANLY--Marjorie Bosworth lefl for Cedar Falls Sunday to entei Iowa State Teachers' college. Hearings In Confidence. Under the plan of procedure, upon application of a debtor or creditor for the committee's assistance, hearings should be arranged at one. Murray stressed the fact that the hearings are in strict confidence at all times. Although the committees, appointed by Gov. Clyde Herring, have no legal status, backers of the plan hope that they may establish a reputation of fair dealing strong enough to aid in conciliating unbearable debt burdens. Visitor From Cedar Falls. MANLY--Dorraine Pinta spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pinta. Dorraine is a student at Iowa State Teachers' college at Cedar Falls. program provides, and the willingness and readiness of the boys to put into practice the teachings of this program." Dr.R.W.Sha!tz ; JlO, Rectal Trouble Varicose Veins and Ulcers Sinus Infection, Colds Bronchitis, Asthma Khcuniatisrn Non-Surgical Treatment of the Prostate Gland Diabetes Consultation without cost or obligation. Rooms 218-219-220 Phone 84', FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. o lAMDND V fiTC-* HELP BRING SACK FARM PRO/PERITr WE CONGRATULATE THE SPECIALTY EAT SHOP ON THEIR OPENING They will handle COCO-COLA and BIG CHIEF BEVERAGES Mason City Bottling Co. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SPECIALTY EAT SHOP FROM THE MAKERS OF DR. H. K. JONES DENTIST SPECIAL X.RAY (Complete Upper and Lower Exposures and Diagnosis) FOR $£.00 ONLY tl EXTRACTIONS ?1.00 Make Appointments Now DR. H.K. JONES l5/2 N. FEDKKAL "PHONE 325 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING Specialty Eat Shop 16 FIRST ST. S. E. EDWIN V. LEWIS, Proprietor (Former Chef at the Hawk's Nest, Iowa City) Serving Better Food at Reasonable Prices Plate Lunches 25c and 35c Try Our Vaculated Coffee--Always Fresh Featuring Decker's Quality Meats Visit Our Cozy Cottage Dining Room *· +· ^ "THE CREAM SUPREME' A New, Unique Eating Place SPECIALTY EAT SHOP AND "BUNGALOW DINING ROOM" 16 FIRST ST. S. E. 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