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March 13, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 · 1936 FIVE HIGHWAY BOARD CALLS FOR BIDS To Build Viaduct, Overpass, Mile of Paving and 22 Miles of Grading. AMES, U J )--The state highway commission. Friday called for bids on a viaduct, one overpass, one mile of paving- and 22 miles of grading for which contracts will be let March 17. The projects included: Bridge work: Appanoose--Overpass on primary road 3 at C. R. I. and P. railway crossing east of Centerville. Dubuque--Viaduct on secondary road north of Farley. Paving: Appanoose--0.4 mile on highway 3 at C. R. I. and P. railway overpass east of Centerville. Polk--0.59 mile on secondary road from University avenue south on the west corporation line of Des Moines. Grading: Dubuque--0.2 mile on secondary road north of Farley. Johnson--3.3 miles on highway 161 from Iowa City northwest. Johnson--11.9 miles on highway 161 from Linn county line southeast toward Iowa City. Linn--6.8 miles on highway 161 from Cedar Rapids south to the Johnston county line. Graveling: Monona--8.S miles on secondary road out of Whiting north and east toward Grant Center. Sealed bids will be received March 16 for 36 carloads of bridge lumber, 300,000 gallons bituminous material, two carloads of dump bodies and season's supply of tires, the commission announced. Hancock County Early Resident's Rites Will Be Conducted Saturday GARNER--Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Elizabeth Stichl, 69, widow, a resident of Hancock county for 51 years, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the First Methodist church with the Rev. T. Ernest Hoon in charge. Services will be he-Id at the home preceding the church service. Born in Eisen, Germany, April 26, 1S6G. she came to .Hancock county at the age of IS settling in Madison township where she was married to Carl Stichl who died in Garner 14 years ago. Living in Liberty township for a number of years, they retired and moved to Garner 36 years ago and were the first residents to install electric lights in Garner. Following a sudden illness in her home here 'Feb. 3, she-went to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Gelner in Madison township, where she died Wed-' nesday night. She was a member of the First Methodist church and several of its organizations. Surviving are her two daughters, Mrs. Ferd Gelner, Forest City, and Mrs. Carl Thompson, Aurora, 111., who came to be with her mother a month ag-o. Stepchildren surviving are Lou Sticlil, Hay Springs, Nc'br.. Charli Stichl, Long Beach. Cal.. Albc Stichl, Charles City, and Mrs. Gcorg Lunn. Warrcnsburg. Mo. One broti er, Charles Nonnwciler o£ Hayfiel 13 grandchildren and 3 great grand children survive. Mrs. William Frank of Waseca, Minn., arrive Wednesday. [Charles City News | Schmidt Pleases Large Crowd; Ilza Niemack to Be Last of Soloists CHARLES CITY--Four different types of songs, English, French, German and Negro, were sung Thursday evening; in the high school auditorium by Reinhold Schmidt, operatic baritone, at the third of the Artists' Series presented by the Parent-Teacher council. The audience recalled the singer after each group but not until the end of the program did he provide an extra song which was "Home on the Range," one often requested on his radio programs, he stated. There was no time during the singing of the 15 songs that the audience was not in a most receptive mood and often the climaxes were so musically beautiful' that the audiences waited before breaking the spell with applause. Mr. Schmidt included one operatic aria, "Le Tambour Major" by Thomas, in which he showed full command of his art, but he could and did enter with enthusiasm into some of the more modern and lighter numbers. His clear articu- .ation was equal to his interpretation and the tone quality of his voice was used to great advantage. An unannounced accompanist who followed him with every shade of expression was more than a mere background for the program. Miss Ilza Niemack, noted Charles iity violinist who is now teaching n Ames, will give the concluding number on the series next month. Mew Oliver Products Draw Much Attention CHARLES CITY--In spite of the unfavorable weather there was a arge attendance both days of the merchants' display at the Oliver plant and show rooms. New features n the merchandise, and equipment shown brought much interest. A new Oliver 70 tractor having the power of a six cylinder motor was shown. It use's gasoline and shows increased speed. The display of automobiles occupied one entire side of the show room. Funeral for Wolff, 82, Will Be Held Saturday CHARLES vices will be CITY--Funeral ser- held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Lutheran church for Herman G. Wolff, S2, who died at his home, 803 B street, following a long ilness. The Rev. C. G. Prottengeier will officiate and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Wolff was born in Germany and came to this vicinity in 1882. For many years he was a cabinet maker at the Fisher factory. He is survived by his wife, one daughter, Mrs. N. B. Trenor, 305 Grand avenue, two brothers, Albert Wolff. Ionia and Fred Wolff, Bassett, and a sister, Mrs. Fred Ebert of Bassett. He has a brother, William, who lives in Germany. Vegetable Growers to Meet March 19 and 20 FOREST CITY--New dates fo the eighth annual Peat Land Ve etable Growers' convention ar Thursday and Friday, March 1 and 20, in the Winnebago countj courthouse. The convention ha been postponed from February Meetings start at 10 a. m. and l:3i p. m. Sister of Relief Head Resigns Federal Pos WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.. JP--MK Adah Hopkins Amie, sister of relie administrator Harry Hopkins ani long a social worker in Grinnell Iowa, resigned as director of th( Wcstchester-Roekland County National youth administration "so as not to embarrass my brother." Many Fish Are Reported Dead at Crystal Lake C R Y S T A L LAKE -- The men hired to drill holes in I he lake to Jet air into lhc water reported that when the holes were made, the dead fish soon came to the surface. This makes them believe a large number of fish have died during the severe winter. The oxygen was low at the time the drilling started. 84 Small Pigs Drowned on Farm North of Rudd RtTOD--Gust Brandau, who lives four miles north and 2V- miles east of Rudd lost Si small pigs, all he had, Tuesday night by drowning. Water was so deep that the sows were in water up to their necks when found. Boy, 11, Injured in Fall on Pitch Fork, Improves BUFFALO CENTER--Lawrence Feldick, 11. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Feldick, who was seriously injured March 4, by falling on the broken end of a pitch fork is reported to he getting along better than was expected If complication"! do not ;ct in, he has a chance for recovery Sours Is Candidate for Re-Election From Floyd CHARLES CITY--Three more candidates have announced themselves for re-election on the republican ticket. Representative Roy Sours is seeking re-election in the Iowa legislature, Jens Grothe is a candidate for the office of county attorney and Charles Snyder wants to be re-elected county coroner. Will Address Teachers. CHARLES CITY---Miss Jessie M. Parker, assistant in the state department of public instruction and Fred D. Cram, with the extension division at Iowa State Teachers' college, will speak at the teachers' conference to be held in the courthouse here, March 21, beginning at 9 a. m. She will address both teach: and directors at 2:30 in the afternoon. Wins Special Uccognition, CHARLES CITY--Dr. Mahlon Palmer, son of Dr. and Mrs. c. M. Palmer, has won distinguished recognition in the medical fraternity in the east where he specializes in ear, eye, nose and throat diseases. Dr. Palmer is a graduate of Grinnell college, also of Harvard university, and is licensed to practice anywhere in the United States. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Malcolm Dana returned home Thursday from Cambridge, Mass., where she spent he winter with her daughter, Mary. Fred Stober was elected president if the Central brotherhood at their iceting Wednesday evening. Other fficers are Henry Benz. vice presient: Earl Apel, secretary, and Law- cnce Litterer, treasurer. Miss Louise Hering fell on the teps of her home and tore the liga- nents of her wrist loose. In spite of the severe winter Ray mnkelberg-, farmer near Rockford, as not missed a meeting of the oard of supervisors this winter. He as had to leave his car in Rockford tnd go part of the way on foot as ie road to his farm is not open. Mrs. Anna Rague, widow of Lew ague, and a former resident of harles City, was buried Wednesday i Riverside cemetery following ervices from her home in Greene, er son, Roy. and brother. Martin uck. live in Charles City. Pay $6,501) for T.and. IOWA FALLS--S. W. Bowman of Eldora hag purchased the 100 acre I tract south of town on highway 65 The land belonged (o the Wisncrs l a n d brought 56,500 You have read her interesting articles Now meet her in person! THE GLOBE - GAZETTE presents Miss Ann Kingsley Cookery Expert of the National Live Stock Meat Board as director of THE GLOBE - GAZETTE PA'PI--A Hi- Here is the opportunity of a life-time fop you to meet this nationally famous household economist. You will hear het explain in her clear understandable way, the whys and wherefores of nearly one hundred delicious recipes. You will actually see her prepare these various foods; you will watch her personally cook, garnish and serve dishes which have made her famous, as well as many new .*«MMHf m and novel delicious recipes. Every one of them practical and usable. She will personally give you a · * wealth of valuable information. She will give you innumerable budget saving suggestions which you can use in your every-day routine. But that isn't a l l . . . No, indeed ... For you will not only hear and watch her demonstrate all the essentials of modern cookery, but you will also receive her personal advice on meal-planning, diet-making and household administration as well. And-^every day's program will be different. Each one new and interesting--there isn't a dull moment in the entire four days. You had better plan now to attend each session. Make up a party of friends.' Every one of you will enjoy every minute of this new type cooking school. A NEW AND DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT These Firms Will Be Represented at the School: American Crystal Sugar Company Blanchard's Jewelry Clorox Chemical Company (Clorox) Currie-Van Ness Company D. K. Lundberg Company Damon's, Inc. Hermanson Bros. Dairy Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Iowa Tea Company J. C. Puth Company Jaques Manufacturing Company (K. C. Baking Powder) John Gallagher, inc. Kembfe's Greenhouse Lever Brothers (Rinso, Lux, Lux Toilet SospK Letts Spencer Smith Company Lyons, Cleaners- Launderers-Furriers Michael Drug Company Mier Wolf Sons Northwest Savings Bank Omaha Flour Mills (Omar Flour) People's Gas and Electric Company Pfaff Baking Company Ralph S. Shepherd, Paints and Wallpaper Salada Tea Company (Salada Tea) The Merkel Company HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Next Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday MARCH 1 7 - 1 8 - 1 9 - 2 0 Four instructive sessions--Each one entirely different Klipto Loose Leaf Company Vance Music Company al For Opening Day! An added reason for you to attend the opening day session of FOODS ON PARADE is the fact that on Opening Day you will receive a copy of the new 1936 National Live Stock Meat Board Cook Book, absolutely FREE.

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