Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 27, 1934 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1934
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN Ettgle Grove Man Head. LAKE CITY, March 27. (UP)-Lake City will be host to the Northwest Iowa district of optometrists today. Representatives are expected from the following cities: Eagle Grove, Rockwell City, Fort Dodge, Humboldt, Webster City and Fonda. Dr. L. N. Cummings, Eagle Grove, will act as chairman of the group. NEGLECT OF COMMON CONSTIPATION IS A SERIOUS MATTER Prevent This Condition with Kellogg's ALL-BRAN The first question your doctor asks is whether you are constipated or not. He knows that this condition may cause headaches, loss of appetite and energy, sleeplessness. It is often the starting point of serious illness. You can prevent and relieve common constipation so easily. Just cat a delicious cereal once a day. Laboratory tests show that Kellogg's ALL-BRAN provides "bulk" and vitamin B to aid regular habits. ALL-BRAN is also a rich source if blood-building iron. The "bulk" in ALL-BKAN is much like that found in leafy vegetables. "Within the body, it forms a soft mass. Gently, it clears out the intestinal wastes. Isn't this "cereal -way" safer and far more pleasant than taking patent medicines -- so often harmful? Two tablespoonfuls of ALL-BRAN daily are usually sufficient. With icach meal in chronic cases. If seriously ill, see your doctor--ALL- BRAN is not a "cure-all." Enjoy ALL-BRAN as a cereal, or use in cooking. Get the red-and- green package at your grocer's. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. WHISKY WILL BE CHEAPER IN IOWA Public Warned to Beware of "Chiseling" in Sale of Store Sites. DBS MOINES, March 27. (/P)--A warning to the public to beware of "chiseling" or "racketeering" in connection with the setting up of Iowa's liquor dispensing system was issued today by Chairman H. M. Cooper of the state liquor control commission. Cooper said investigation has revealed instances in which persons claiming: to be representatives of the commission had attempted to dicker tor sites for state stores, apparently with intention of "chiseling:." Approach Distillers. Other individuals, he said, were reported to have approached distillers, representing themselves as brokers for the commission. The commission has not negotiated for sny purchases, he said. He pointed out that the commis- :.'mn has no representatives in the field as yet and has not considered sites for stores out in the state. Cooper also said that liquor sold in state stores will be priced as low as possible and probably will be considerably below the retail price in surrounding states. To Quiet Rumors. Cooper's statement is the first made relative to liquor prices in state stores. It was issued he said to quiet unfounded rumors that prices would be excessively high. The chairman said that he thought the commission would be able to sell some good brands of whisky for as low as $1.50 to $1.75 a quart, pointing out that while fancier stocks will be higher they wil be low in comparison with other states. Guest From Cedar Rapids. LEDYARD--Mrs. Edward McGuire of Cedar Rapids is here visiting at the home of her mother. Mrs. August Gelhaus, who has been in poor health for several months. SAVE WW DOTS THURS FfflirSAT BIAJU9 30 31 SPRING TIES are in the limelight now. Grey, Blue, Brown, Black. Such Smart Shoes Such Timely Styles Such Splendid Values Such Reasonable Prices have not been combined for many a day--but here they are now--all perked up ready for Easter. Don't forget . . . these smart new shoes will add the finishing touch to your outfit. ALLEN "A" HOSE for well d r e s s e d women. Sheer, perfect fitting and satisfactory in every detail. Chiffon and service weight $1.00 and $1.25 EASTER FOOTWEAR for all the family. A whole store full of standard grades that are thoroughly dependable. Nichols Green "Where the Good Shoes come from" "FREEMAN" shoes for men. World Beaters at $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 A great set-up now all ready for EASTER Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 ELECTION SUMMARIES First Second Third Ward Ward Ward Totals Mayor--Dr. A. B. Phillips 453 352 399 1,204 J. W. Sneesby 108 111 186 405 Councilmen-at-large--George Ott...295 277 279 351 Ernest Andersen 2G1 193 308 762 Dr. A. A. Joslyn 239 187 300 726 Carl Johannessen 199 113 145 457 Councilmen--F. C. DeBruyn 303 C. E. Wells 258 William Scherf 278 W. H. Dickirson 103 Frank Trager 88 Clyde N. Wright 370 George Grimm 160 T. L. King 5 2 Park Commissioner-Mollie Atherton 420 349 439 1.208 Assessor-Joe Palmer 461 371 465 1.297 Treasurer--L. W. Sherman . . . . : . . 4 0 7 33S 431 1.116 Total ballots cast 561 477 599 1,637 Sales Tax To Be Topic For Lake Commerce Club . R. Jacobsen to Address Businessmen at City Hall. CLEAR LAKE, March 27.--The Commercial club will hold its regu- ar monthly meeting at the city hall Thursday night. A dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock, after which a program will be given. P. R. Jacobsen, Mason City, secretary of the Iowa State Hardware association, will be the principal speaker. He will talk on the sales ;ax which goes into effect in Iowa April 1. Having been closely associated with the organization which regulated the tax, he will be com- jletely informed as to the working of the tax. The law after being passed by the .aw bodies at Des Moines has been regulated by the retail merchants throughout the state and then approved by the state board of assessment and review. . . P. R. JACOBSEN CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Just a few more days to have your clothes cleaned for Easter. Clear Lake Laundry and Cleaners. Ph. 444. Miss Charlotte Skene, student at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, is spending Easter vacation with her parents near Ventura. The Chums class of,the M.-E. church will hold a party at the Miss Jeanette Wilson home Saturday. The Rev. W. B. Riner will speak on "Unreasonable Belief" at the special Passion week service Wednesday night at the M. E. church. Mrs. Faith Monaghan will sing "The Holy City," and instrumental music will be given by the high school students. Mr. and Mrs. Tver Hodnefield have returned to their home on East Main street after spending the winter in Minneapolis. Mr. Hodnefield, who underwent an operation this winter is now in good health. Miss Lois Smith, teacher at Belmond, is spending Easter vacation with her parents here. She has been re-elected to serve another year in the Belmond school. Miss Margaret Schneck, Cedar Falls, spent the week-end in Clear Lake with her brother, Jim Schneck. Miss Schneck is employed by the Universal Producing company of Fairfield and just completed putting on a play at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bonner Jewell were week-end guests at the Mrs. George Bonner home, South Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Weedman left Tuesday morning for Chicago to spend a week with friends. The Royal club will meet with Mrs. Charles Ritz at the Ritz hotel Thursday afternoon. Those wishing transportation will gather at the electric depot at .2 o'clock. Mrs. A. C. Giger who has spent the past two weeks with her mother, Mrs. George E. Bonner, returned to her home at Belle Plaine this wee!;end. Mrs. Cart Bitker who Is quite ill at her home on Clara street, is improving nicely. Miss Marian Meyers, teacher at Chapin, spent the week-end at Clear Lake with her mother, Mrs. Alice Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Luscomb returned to their home on South Third street after SDtnding the winter in St. Cloud. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller spent A H WT Theater **· **m Clear Lake TUES. - WED. BEliE DANIELS, GEORGE BRENT KfllV HEELER. Cl'V KIBBEK · "43ND STREET" JOc TO ALL We wish to thank the voters of Clear Lake for their support in electing us to offices at the city election. A. B. Phillips Ernest Andersen George Ott William Scherf F, C. DeBruyn C. N. Wright Sunday at State Center where they attend a funeral of a relative. llonuld Rawson who had a role in the "High Heart," which placed second in the state play contest at Iowa City, was selected with three players of Nevada as the outstand- ~ng players in the Class B competition. Mrs. Dorothy Rinard, student at Iowa university, is expected to arrive Wednesday to spend Easter with her daughter, Nancy, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pattie. KNUTSllPENS HEADQUARTERS Anderson Is Cmpaign Director With Des Moines Office. CLEAR LAKE, March 27.--Clarence A. Knutson, candidate for nom ination as governor on the republican ticket, left Monday evening for Des Moines where he is opening his campaign headquarters in the Valley National bank building to day. Oscar Anderson of Lamoni, who was budget director for five years prior to the present administration will be Mr. Knutson's campaign manager. Mr. Anderson served on the Iowa legislature in the sam general assembly as Mr. Knutson. Mr. Knutson plans to return to Clear Lake for a sort time Thursday, before leaving for speaking engagements on the following day. Business Girls Hear Talk by H.B. Adams CLEAR LAKE, March 27.--H. B Adams compared the girls of todaj with the girls of 50 years ago in a humorous address before the Wa Tan-Ye club members at the Soda Grill Monday night. Touching upon the etiquette, ideals, modes of dres and speech, he offered striking con trast. "The man of today considers a woman's intelligence and select, his wife more a.s a companion than for her ability to work or he skill as a housewife," he stated "There have been many intelligen women who have taken their plac in the works of science, business government or the professions wh' have been brilliant successes." Members of the club entertainer as guests Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ac! ams. and the Misses Margaret Sheri dan and Carol Bell. Miss Eunic Chism was welcomed into the clu as a new member. DR. PHILLIPS ELECTED MAYOR )eBruyn, Scherf Andersen, Wright and Ott Are Councilmen. CLEAR LAKE, March 27.--Clear Lake voters turned over a new leaf in election day, electing a new set if aldermen with the exception of me, and a new mayor. Dr. A. B. Phillips was elected mayor, defeating his opponent J. W. Sneesby, 3 to 1. Phillips received a otal of 1,204 votes and his opponent 405. Mayor W. H. Ward was not up for re-election. Elected at I-arge. George Ott with 851 votes, and Ernest Andersen with 762 votes wdre elected councilmen-at-large. Dr. A. A. Joslyn was a close running- mate of Andersen's, piling up a count of 726 with a strong lead of 300 in his own ward. Carl Johannessen who was up for re-election was defeated with a count of 457. C. E. Wells who was up for reelection in the first ward was downed by F. C. DeBruyn in a spirited battle which gave DeBruyn 303 votes, to Wells' 258. The largest poll ever recorded for this ward was inade yesterday when 561 voters cast ballots. Beats in Second. William Scherf cinched his election in the second ward early in the counting, by defeating W. H. Dickirson, who was up for re-election, two to one. Frank Trager recorded 88 votes in this ward. Clyde N. Wright was the only man re-elected on the ticket, getting a strong support from the thirc ward which gave him the office of councilman. George W. Grimm, who was up for re-election in the same ward, recorded 160 votes to Wright'" 370. T. L. King received 52 votes. Joe Palmer was elected assessor Mollie Atherton, park commissioner, and L. W. Sherman, treasurer with no opposition. A total of 1,637 ballots were cas' at all voting places in the town, the largest poll for city election in the history of the town. Alarms Come Fast at Fire Station Two fire calls were answered by he fire department shortly before 2 'clock Tuesday afternoon. A blaze i paper and rubbish burning in an Id shed near the Minneapolis and t. Louis railroad was extinquished nd a grass fire in the 1400 block n North Federal avenue was ex- nguished with little difficulty. The alls came in within 15 minutes of ach other. Livery Barn, Landmark at Rockwell, Tom Down ROCKWELL, March 27.--One 01 the landmarks of the town disap peared last week when the C. J Tanner old livery barn was torn down and the material hauled to thi W. D. Gibson farm west of town ti be used in the construction of a se of improvements on the same. Helena Jackson Elected Head of Rockwell P. T. A ROCKWELL, March 27.--At tb parent-teachers meeting held at th high school rooms, the following of ficers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Helene Jackson vice president, E. L. Allen; secretary and treasurer, Hazel Ziegler. $420,000 in Primary Bonds Sold by Butle ALLISON, March 27. -- Butle county Tuesday sold $420,000 i primary road bonds, refunding ther jointly to the Iowa Des Moines Na tional bank of Des Moines and th Harris Trust and Savings bank of Chicago for a premium of $10,001. The bonds, carrying 3% per cent interest, will be dated May 1. Six other bidders participated in the sealed bidding. Here and There Visitor From Morton ROWAN -- Mrs. Clarence Jenings from Morton, Minn, is spend- ng a few weeks caring for her lother, Mrs. William Bailey, who as been seriously ill. TnUcn to Rochester MITCHELL--Little Jean Cleveand, who has been very ill at her lome west of town, with pneumonia, has been taken to Roches- er, Minn, for medical treatment. Visitor From Canada SWALEDALE--John Patton of Saskatchewan, Canada came Sat- rday to visit his brothers, Rosco and Wilbur Patton. Jleturn From California CHAPIN--Howard Philpott re- urned home Friday from a Winer's visit with relatives in various ilaces in California. Return From Nebraska. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Schraeder, Sr., returned from a visit with their daughter, Mrs John Ficke, Milford, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs Ticke acompanied them here for a few days visit. Returns From Michigan HATFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Elmei Hass returned Sunday from a week's trip which included a visit to Elmer's old home at Menominee Mich., and other points of interest Is Not a Candidate. NEW HAMPTON--Fred Bearman New Hampton insurance man, is no 1 a candidate for the democratic nom ination as state representative fron Chickasaw county as previously an. nounced. Guests From Canada. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eas terly, Neelin, Manitoba, Canada, an visiting at the home of Mrs. Easter ly's sister, Mrs. W. J. Bourne. Return to Minneapolis. WESLEY--The Rev. and Mrs Milton G. Nelson returned to thei; home at Minneapolis Monday fol lowing a week's leadership in tin revival meetings held jointly by thi Congregational and M e t h o d i s hurches. The meetings were consid- red successful and will be contin- ed another week with the Rev. I. '. McNulty in charge, assisted by he Rev. Mr. Muhleman, district su- icrintendent. Teacher* Given Contracts. FLOYD--All teachers and superintendent of the Floyd school were given contracts to return to their caching positions for the coming ·car. Touchers Go to Homes. SHEFFIELD--The school here is -losed this week for spring vacation. ?he following teachers are spending ·acation at their out of town homes: Florence Berhow, Huxley; Mildred 'ribbenow, Hampton; Ruth Balgeman, Whitteinore; Bernadine Lands- erg, Britt; Vivian Dean, Ames; Martha Gilbert, Garner; Marjorie Walter, Lennox. Sells Houseold Goods. NORA SPRINGS--George Crawford, residing near Nora Springs 50 ears, and who has lost his sight, icld a sale of his household goods Saturday. He will Jive with his son, Elmer Crawford, on a farm northeast of town. Art Duval and son vill occupy Mr. Crawford's residence. Attends Mother's Funeral. The Rev. A. J. Wagner left for Dubuque Monday morning to attend the funeral of his mother, 91, who passed away Sunday morning. GENUINE ALEMITE-ING Bieth-Johnson Auto Service 124 S. Delaware Fhone 765 Visitors From Wisconsin. GURT--John Fechner and Osmond Peterson, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., are visiting Mr Fechner's daughter, Mrs. Jacob Gifford. Remember to Rub in ClltiCUra Ointment Before your Shampoo gently massaging toe scalp to remove the scales of dandrnff and assist the cleansing action of the Ointment, Let it remain as long as convenient, then shampoo with a suds of Culi- cnra Soap and warm water to cleanse the scalp and restore the nat- uralglossandvigorto the hair. Rinse thoroughly. Ointment25 and 50c. Soa»25c. 1Q Proprietors: PotterDnigChera- «Bg ical Corporation, Maiden, Mass. """*"* PACKING HOUSE MARKETS 123 So. Fed. Better Ph. 101 Meats -- Lower Prices WEDNESDAY SPECIALS PURE LARD Ib. 7jc ROUND STEAK lb.8lc SIRLOIN STEAK VEAL CHOPS lb.6}c PORK STEAKS IbMc PORK CHOPS lU2ic Corn Fed Baby Beef ROASTS Arm, Eib, Rump, Chuck MONE SOLD FOR MORE, Ih NONE SOLD "7 SLICED BACON lb.7*c Boneless Corn Beef lb.8c Beef SHORT RIBS Ib. 5c GROUND BEEF Ib. 2|c Lean SPARE RIBS Ib.lOc BEEF BOIL . . lb.3c NECK RIBS . Ib. 2^ TITTLE BROS. PACKING Co. INC. PHON*E 683 105 SOUTH FEDERAL TitonkaManlsHeld to Jury, Charged With Deserting Wife, Child ALGONA, March 27.--Melvern Craven of Titonka was bound over to the grand jury Monday on a charge of desertion and abandonment of wife and child. His bond was set at $1.000, which was not furnished. He is being held in the county jail. The case was brought before Justice of the peace P. A. Dan son. HAMBURGER, Fresh Gr'nd, 3 Ibs IQc BABY BEEF STEAK Ib. 7c PORK CHOPS, Lean End Cuts Ib. IQc SPARE RIBS Ib. 8V 2 c ^ KIB ^ mnM ^^^^^ HHMHM ^HMi^B«M^BH0VMMMMHMMvnm*a^HMH BEEF SHORT RIBS Ib. 5c BOLOGNA, Homemade Ib. 12c 4 DAY EASTER SPECIAL All For Only 1. Car Washed 2. Nickel Polished 3. Top Dressed 4. Tires Inspected 5. Battery Checked SPARK PLUfiS Cleaned and Tested by the A. C. Method. Each JOE DANIELS First Street S. W. and Washington Fone 688 SAVE 1W.1W DOTS. THURS F.R rSAT HA,az?30 31 Great Reductions on High Quality FURNITURE DURING OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE END TABLES $1- CARD TABLES $1 Hundreds of Other Money Saving Values 10 MONTHS TO PAY LONGER TERMS IF DESIRED Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. PHONE 3910 29 SECOND ST. S. E- Corning to 1 Mason City n HrvrFT rwRRn fjnnnn t/ 0 1 HOTEL CERRO GORDO SATURDAY. MARCH 31 8 A. M. to 5 F. M. and Friday Evening, March 30 From 7 to 9 V. M. Return Every 28 Days. 427th Visit. DR. WILBERT SHALLENBERGER, M. D. The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. I will make my regular visit on the above date and will be glad to see those afflicted with rectal or chronic trouble. Anyone ailing is welcome to come in for free examination. I treat diseases of the Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Bladder troubles; Piles and other rectal diseases; Nervous diseases; diseases of the Heart: Skin diseases; Kidney, Bladder and Prostatic troubles; Catarrh; Catarrhal deafness; Asthma; Bronchitis- Rheumatism of the joints and muscles; Neuralgia; Sick Headaches; High Blood Pressure; Goiter; Diabetes; Constipation; Varicose Veins and Leg Ulcers; Female Disorders: Hydrocele; Epilepsy and other chronic diseases. Trusses and abdominal supporters fitted and rupture treated. Remember I have had 32 years of successful experience treating this class of diseases and have successfully treated thousands of patients--many of them avoiding operations through my treatment and advice. If you call and after an examination, treatment is desired, the cost will be reasonable. I have facilities to give high class, scientific service. If you are ailing and will come in on the above dates it will be 1 pleasure for me to give an examination and advise accordingly. Address letters to DR. WILBERT SHALLENBEIUJEK, M. D. 768 Oakwood Blvd. Chicago, III.

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