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February 26, 1931

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

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Mason City News on This Page THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1931 "Mason City's Calendar i, r 3Fel). 26.--City-wide Dollar Day in Qasrt J Mason City. ^JVIarch G--Jimmie Joy and his M. * 0 v . J Brunswick Recording orchestra /mith- wi " play for c ' ance a t Mason City r' " armory. Sponsored by American Legion Drum and Bugle corps. March 9.--Mason City school election. fy-faiV y?low 5'veri Jt tb e i ca tU C4 , PlA | he a; W I ^ can, 1 how east tion evei .ing 1 1 Ljduali H/ iiarc* eat Here iia Phono ALLISON 431 for the better Iowa Lump Coal. Its clean $7. Chicago $10.00 by bus. Jefferson Bus Depot. Phone 174. Excellent Cleaning- Service. -Call us for prices, phone 49. New Model- Unique, 104 South Federal. Attend the DCS Moines Automobile Show, in progress this week. Use the Rest Room, and enjoy the finest food and excellent music at Patti's · Cafeteria, 616 Locust (Strand Theater Bldg.), DCS Moines. Dance at Manly Friday night. Huck Schaffer and his orchestra. For Rent--Beauty parlor space. J. F, McNamara, First Natl. Bank Bldg. Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Invited. By Mrs. E. E. Huntei The problem with culinary (ku- lin-a-ri) has to do with the first two letters. The C is pronounced K and the XJ is long. The accept falls directly on the first syllable and it is pronounced exactly like the cu in cucumber. Notice that the A is long as in ace. CARD OF THANKS ~We wish to express our grateful thanks to the many friends who assisted us with such loving kindness during our recent illness and bereavement, also for the beautiful flowers contributed, the music and the comforting words of the Rev. Mr. Galbreth. Mrs. Joseph Hallock, The Children, The Brother and Sister. Former Teachers Hold Session in Marble Rock MARBLE ROCK, Feb. 26.--The Jennie Wilder chapter of the association of former teachers met with Mrs. Elsie Mae Bower. The club was honored with three guests, Mrs. Kate Hillman, who was a teacher near London, 50 years ago, Mrs. Ella Blake, for many years a teacher in Scott township and Mrs. Peter Sebaugh. tto\\ ere/ Crc it T I hea Daly Epigrams! Convicts might properly be termed Iirfiiul anil water winners. W.UMBING (pom HEATING Fine office rooms in Bag- Icy-Beck Building over J. C. Penney Company. For further information call or write the undersigned. Phone 131 Kresge Bldg. Household Goods CLEAN RELIABLE SAFE LOW INSURANCE New Fireproof Warehouse MASON CITY Warehouse Corp. BOO Fourth St. S. W. PHONE 3900 North Iowa's Home Newspaper CANDIDATES FILE FOR SCHOOL BOARD STEVENS, WILEY AND ROBERTSON WILL MAKE RUN W. G. C. Bagley, F. C. Goodman and E. H. Wagner to Retire. With the announcement by the three retiring officers that they would not be candidates for reelection to the Mason City school board, three new candidates filed nomination papers in the office of R. L. James, secretary, Thursday. The three who are candidates for the hoard are T. M. Stevens of the Stevens Shoe company; Ralph Wiley, assistant cashier of the First National bank, and R. E. Robertson, county engineer. The retiring; members are Willis G. C. Bagle}', president cf the First National bank; Frank C. Goodman, formerly operator o£ the Kemble greenhouse, and E. H. Wagner, president and manager of the Midland Investment company. On Board 15 Years. Two of these, Mr. Bagley and Mr. Goodman, have been on the board almost continuously for the past 15 years and had a part in the stupendous expansion of the school system that took place in the decade from 1915 to 1925, when six structures were built and three others remodeled. Mr. Wagner has been on the board nine years and had a part in the later development of this expansion orogram. Nearly 52,000,000 was spent for new buildings and remodeling: of structures while these men were on the board. New construction consisted of the high school building, and Monroe, Jefferson, Wilson, Harding' and Madison grade schools. The Washington, McECinley and Roosevelt buildings were remodeled and the central administration structure rebuilt following a fire. Bought Roosevelt 1'ark. One of the outstanding transactions of this period was the purchase of the Roosevelt school building and a 29 acre plot which under the general supervision of Mr. Goodman has been landscaped into a beautiful park. Mr. Goodman, furthermore, has had general charge of a landscaping^ program for all the school buildings, the grounds of which have evolved into beautiful lawns set off with decorative shrubbery. Mr. Bagley, who, of course, has been interested more in the financial phases of the board activities, has been president of the board almost continually. Since the completion of the build-- ing- program the board has directed its efforts to the reduction of the indebtedness and the tax millage, both of which have undergone a gradual decrease in the past few years. The bonded indebtedness of the school district is now $607,000. A total of $17.000 of this will be retired this spring. The millage has crept downward from 98 to 82.1 mills. The school election will be held March 9. Mrs. Blaise Tells Kiwanians of Methods Used by Local League. Activities of the Mason City welfare league were explained by Mrs. Mabel Blaise, local secretary, at the meeting of the Kiwanis club Thursday noon in Hotel Hahford. She cited several cases, outlined the methods which are being used here and asked co-operation for her work. Mrs. Blaise said that in the old method of charity families were given as little aid as possible when they asked for it and it was hoped they would not make another request. By the new system, she continued, investigations are carried on and rehabilitation work is done. Casos Are Investigated. "We handle each person as a case," Mrs. Blaise explained. "In rather a common complaint, and we have the remedy--unlimited casii always available to loan on easy payments at legal interest rate. UNITED RETIRING WILLIS G. C. BAGLEY FUANK C. GOODMAN These three veteran members of the Mason City school board announce they will not lie candidates for re-election. They took a prominent part in (he big expansion of the city's school system in the past 15 years. giving- help we investigate, keeping this information confidential. Then we make a diagnosis, attempting to find the root of the trouble. With the exception of this winter most persons who first came for the dole are now self supporting. "In some cases, however, the present need is urgent and we give aid before investigating-." Mrs. Blaise said that the league did not want to know what other organizations or individuals were doing for families but that the league would liUe to know if cer- taih persons were cared for so that duplication could be avoided. Sewing Hoom Established. The establishment of a sewing- room in the basement of the administration building, Mrs. Blaise stated, has made it possible to mend garments which are'donated. Garments which have been mended, she said, are much more likely to be used as much as possible. Mrs. Blaise then listed the differ-* ent activities of the league, showing what had been done for 160 families in January. Of this number 65 receive rehabilitation service only. She said that altho the league had not signed up for travelers' aid work, this service could not be refused whenever it was needed. Then Mrs. Blaise described several cases. George Harrer, who was program chairman, presided at the meeting in the absence of President James Rae. Dr. Harold Jennings was a guest of the club. LAW IS HERE, TATES COMING TO ARMORY Mason City Singled Out for Individual Study by Wickersham Group. By RADFORD E. MOBLEY Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.--Mason City was singled out for individual study by the Wickershaw law enforcement commission, it was learned here as the mass of evidence used by the commission In formulating its report was laid before the senate. A special report on Iowa, compiled by former Prohibition Commissioner James M. Doran, gave particular attention to Mason City, concluding that the section in the vicinity of that city was probably the "cleanest" in the northern district of the state despite the alcohol interests. Two Liquor Outfits Here. The Doran report quoted the deputy administrator in charge of the northern Iowa judicial district as saying there were two liquor outfits in Mason City, one of which centers around a man by the name of Roy Gray, and the other, supplying the Greeks, around Lui Gazas. "These two outfits with their connections handle about all the alcohol there and alcohol is all there is in Mason City. There are' no stills;" the report states. The deputy administrator pointed out that a peculiar condition existed in Mason City, since it was the only city in the state which had many Greeks. He said, however, that he had been hitting them rather hard, and had landed them in court both during last year's term and during the preceding one. Have Pulled Out. "The rest of the Greeks, working in about six counties in that locality, are puzzled and have pulled out," be said. In comparing the liquor situation in various sections and cities of the state, the deputy administrator said: "Waterloo is the hardest nut to crack in Iowa. Both the sheriff and the entire police force are involved with the liquor organization, and the only ones caught are the small, independent operators." Intoxication Charges Made Against Two Men Cecil Cage, Valley Junction, forfeited a .'SIS bond when he failed 10 appear at police court Thursday morning to answer a charge of intoxication, Charles Garige, Mason City, was fined $10 and costs on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested Wednesday afternoon. Charles Lee Taken to Mercy Hospital Charles Lee, 3235 Carolina avenue northeast, received a broken leg and a dislocated ankle in a. friendly skuffle at his home Wednesday night. He was taken to Mercy hospital for treatment. Funeral Services for Mrs. K. K. Prescott to Be Held Saturday Funeral services for, Mrs. K. K. Prescott 228 West State street, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the McAuley Funeral home with the Rev. Dean Haggard, pastor of the Church of Christ, in charge. Burial will be at Elmwood. Pallbearers will be Frank Miller, Harry L. Brown, B. B. Daggctt, A. L. Wheeler, George Buck and Frank Kehm. Mrs. Nellie Prusia will sing "Lead Kindly Light" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." THAT OLD SHOE COMFORT WITH A NEW SHOE LOOK. GOODYEAR Phono 1S28 27 1st St. S. E. DR. HAROLD JENNINGS Osteopathic Physician SZn M. B. A. Building Phones, Office 538--Home 28G1W We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This ig the regular $1.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First ami Washington S. W. Jimmie Joy and his Brunswick Recording orchestra will furnish the music for n public dance ut the Mason City nranory Friday night, Murcli 6. With'a great Irish sense of humor, nnd u great gang of boys, Mr, Joy will prove that the central west cun produce smooth harmonics nnil dclighls of rhythm. The dnncc is heing sponsored by the American Legion Drum and Bugle corps. Harding Lodge to Confer Third Degree Harding lodge No. 619 A. F. and A. M., will meet Friday evening at 7:30 to confer a third degree. At this time the newly organized craftsmen's team will present their special drills. Radio Is Stolen From Slone Products Office A baby grand radio was stolen from the office of the Stoddaixi Stone Products company, GOO Fourteenth street northeast, probably Tuesday night, according to a report received by the police department Wednesday. WHY I AM A FORD DEALER This is my llth year in the Ford business and the future outlook is better today than ever before. Since April 1, 1!)30, the time I started business in Mason City our organization delivered at retail 820 New and Used curs. A. record built thru fair dealing and one I am proud of. In that time we have been training men in our shop and service department to render service in keeping with oui- sales policies. From time to time I will announce these new policies and also tell you why the largest fleet buyers of automobiles select the Ford car. I believe a true comparison of construction will be interesting to people in this community. Watch this column and visit our showroom and ace the things mentioned from lime to time. CLARENCE SCHUKKI We offer guaranteed repair work at fair prices. Stop in nnd let us give you an estimate. Tom's Auto Repair Shop inn S. Delaware. Phone 12IU THE VERY BEST While You Wait! Fine workmanship, done on modern machinery. Saves you money and time. Bring them in today and watch us recondition them. SHOE HOSPITAL Phono 710 101 V. Federal robbery, were included in the Eldora consignment. From Eldora Sheriff Cress was to go to Dea Moines, where he was to appear before a legislative commit- te on helmlf of the proposed state police measure. Disposition of Y o u t h f u l Criminal Matters Continues. Judge Joseph J. Clark Thursday continued holding court in domestic relations and criminal prosecutions, adding two liquor injunctions to record of the week in the punishment of violators. These came in addition :o five liquor injunctions granted Wednesday afternoon. Donald Thiederman and Orville Abel, who had been given 30 days n jail in police court for bootleg-- jing, were the two before the judge Thursday. A short hearing was held with M. C. Coughlon appearing as guardian ad litem in behalf of the dwiendants and County Attorney Roe Thompson for the state. Arrested by Deputies. Abel was arras ted by sheriff deputies and R. C. Reko, federal prohibition officer last summer when he was found with a gallon can of alcohol evidently planted in a local lumber yard. He denied knowing from whom the liquor came and Judge Clark did not hesitate to voice his opinion that the boy was not telling the t r u t h about that. Thiederman was arrested by police, who found him in possession of a half pint of alcohol. More Enjoined. Injunctions granted the county attorney Wednesday included Roy Burgess, Robert Newbcrry and Joe Brackey, sentenced earlier in the week for bootlegging. Enjoined Juveniles. Beside:; these Judge Clark enjoined the two juveniles, John CogiU and DarreH Wilson, who were sentenced to the training school at Eldora and taken there Thursday by Sheriff G. E. Cress. Gerald Briggs and Ronald Ashby, convicted Wednesday for Will Open Auto Shop. WHITTEMORE, Feb. 28.--Timothy O'Brien, son of Mrs. Janii'S O'Brien, is opening an auto repair shop on West Main street. His shop at Lawler was recently destroyed by fire. HEATO For Furnace . KENTUCKY $ Block-Lump Size - . BLACK HAWK Big Illinois Lnni[ . PHONE 563 M KN who appreciate fine c a r s , fine homes, fine offices and the hotter things of life are sure to appreciate Glasgow designed and made for you alone suits, for truly they represent Jalt that is fine in fine clothing. Prices range from to ANNOUNCEMENT We ])iive Reduced prices. Have your Car washed n jj or greased I D C Same Quality Worlt ns Before LAP1NER MOTOR CO. NOW! LOWER FOOD PRICES MAKE POSSIBLE A Good Meal FOR 25- SAVOY CAFE 14 South Delaware MASON CITY, IOWA DANCE! T-LOYD WELLS' ll-PIECE BAND Gear Lake Country Club Thursday, February 26 Don'l Miss It! All Your Friends Will Be There! Oak Flooring Special $12 we will lay and sand, furnish material to cover a room 10 feet by 10 feet square. Better Grades Priced Accordingly Hard Wood Floor Service 1I« SOUTH MONROE VIIONE J(72 Test Day! "Where Q u a l i f y Tells imd I'rioe .Sells" Introducing- The Jiffy-Jordan Motor Tester installed by the Palmer-Johnson Motor Co. This tester will indicate positively whether or not your motor has loose main or connecting rod bearings, loose pistons or piston pins, leaky valves or sticky valve stems, will show just which ones are giving trouble, and will do all of this in a very few minutes without removing a bolt or a nut. Sounds strange, but let us prove it. A factory expert will test free of charge all motors, regardless of make, brought in on Saturday, Feb. 28 Block South of rostiifficc. Makes It Possible to Announce Some Exceptional Values in 1930 Ford Model A Fordor Sedan Dodge Victory Six Sedan Dodge 1930 Sedan The above cars in Al condition at savings of 7. 722 South Federal

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