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February 27, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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FEBRUARY 27 M 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTU COMMISSION WANTS BIDS ON 65 MILES OF PAVING I LIST INCLUDES ROCKWELL CUT Projects in Emmet, Kossuth Are Also Listed in Highway Work. % AMBS, Feb. 27. /P--The state highway commission today issued a call for bids on nine paving projects totaling 65.904 miles to be considered at the March 3 meeting. The longest project calls for paving primary No. 9 across Emmet county, 23.524 miles. A companion project will pave the 6.155 miles in Kossuth county to connect the Emmet county job with pavement already laid to Swea City. Two other projects would pave primary 149 from its connection with U. S. 32 at Homestead, Iowa county, across the corner of Benton county to Linn county. The Benton county project is 3.108 miles and the Iowa county job 7.243 miles. Other projects call for surfacing 6.635 miles in Black Hawk on primary 57 from Cedar Falls to the Grundy county line; 5.064 miles in Cerro Gordo on a relocation of II. S 65 west of Rockwell; 0.969 miles on U. S. 61 in the city of Fort Madi son; 12.124 miles in Story on pri mary 15 from Ames to the Hamilton county line, and another Stor :ounty job of 1.082 miles on primary 115 west from Story City. The commission also asked for bids on grading in Mills and Mitchell counties; riprap in Van Buren county; bridges and culverts iu Ap- »anoose. Benton, Fremont and Pottawattamie counties; an ov --» lead crossing on the Burlington railroad at Keokuk; and graveling jobs in Adams, Henry, Keokuk and Taylor counties. Decorah Students Are Declamatory Winners DECORAH, Feb. 27.--Decorah won' again the declamatory contest staged Wednesday night in the high school auditorium. The schools represented were Alpha, Calmar, Elgin and Decorah. Judges were Supt. B. K. Orr, Miss Pearl Jeffords, and Miss Merle Ronan, all of Waukon. Winners for Decorah were Norman Owen, oratorical; Dorothy Hall dramatic and Evelyn Benda, humorous. Dates of Two Plays at Whittemore Announcec WHITTEMORB, Feb. i'7.--The public school pupils will presen t.heir annual play at the acodem; auditorium March 4. The high school students at the academy wil give their class play "Who Wouirhi" Be Crazy?" on Sunday evening April 5. GREAT CANDY SPECIALS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Chocolate coated peanut bars. Pound Peanut Clusters with milk chocolate. Pound' Peanut Brittle, Just made. Pound ....... 29c Fancy Boxes of covered Cherries. Pound box 15c Chocolate ....39c Fancy one-pound box of delicious confections, assorted 95c Barbecued Meats Every Day SANDWICHES AND LUNCHES Barbecued Chicken every Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Barbecued Chicken Dinners 50c . . . wonderfully good. 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This expensive construction assures perfected spring performance -- preventing water, rust and grit between the spring leaves and the development of spring squeaks. yThe National Owner's Service Policy Assures Nash Owners Standardized Service Everywhere Visit at Rudil. RUDD--Everett Hodgin of Cedar Tails and Luther and Valentine Hodgin of Des Moines were visitors at the parental home. Goes to Farm. RUDD--Fred Hill went to his "arm near Melrose Tuesday. Attend Aunt's Funeral. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson attended the burial of an aunt at Edgewood. They also stopped at i'ostville to see the Boyd Farrlng- .on family. Go to Cherokee. CORWITH--Mrs. Fay Scace ant! Mrs. Mattie Beers drove to Cherokee Wednesday and visited Miss Bessie Beers. Masuueradc Is Held. LATIMER--The Danish brotherhood of Latimer held the annual masquerade in the D. B. S. hall. Music was furnished by T. N Koford of Thornton, Miss Inga Anderson of Hampton and Louie Hartwig of Thornton. Honored on Birthday. RUDD--Fourteen relatives surprised Mrs. Harvey Roy in honor of her birthday anniversary. Citation Is Received. BELMOND--The Legion auxiliary, of which Mrs. L. H. Vanderhoef is president, received the national citation for having their quota of members before Jan. 1, 1031. , Condition Is Serious. FERTILE--J. F. Rhodes received word Thursday morning from Mrs. Frank Rhodes of San Diego, 'Cal., stating that his brother,'Frank, had an operation and that his condition was serious. Holds Revival Services. GOLDFIELD--The Rev. W. H. Lease of Algona, superintendent of this district of Methodist churches, is conducting revival services at the local M. E. church assisted by the ical pastor, the Rev. L. N. Moody. Returns From Janesvilte. FERTILE--Dewey Ouverson re- irned Thursday morning from anesville, Wis., bringing with him our new cars. Wallace Deuel, H. TS. ^alverson and R. Harding of Maon City accompanied him. Will Entertain Society. LATIMER--Mrs. J. C. Sorensen ill be hostess to the M. E. aid so- iety on the afternoon of March 1. Visits in Nebraska. GOLDFIELD -- Walter Gerdes isited his parents at Winslow, Mcbr. Goes to nochestcr. CORWITH--Mrs. L. W. Escher vent to Rochester, Minn., Wednes- iay where she will submit to an op- iration. Visits With Parents STILSON--Merle Brickey, Ma- juoketa, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Brickey. Former Resident Re-Elected. GOLDFIELD--Fred Farmer, for- Tier resident here, who served as su- terintendent of schools at Storm ..ake for the past eight years, was ecently elected for another year. Legion Gives Party BRISTOW--The members of the merican Legion gave a party to he auxiliary Wednesday night in heir lodge rooms. Annual Bazar Held. LATIMER--The annual supper and bazar given by the M. E. Ladies Aid society was held Thursday evening. Will Be Parish House. CARPENTER--The old N. L. church, which has been owned by .he missions, has been given to the ,uthernn congregation to be used as parish house. Remodeling has been done and supplied with necessary equipments. Comes From St. 1'uul WHITTEMORE -- Gertrude . Farrell, who is taking nurses' training n St. Paul, came home Thursday to e with her brother, Lloyd, who is seriously ill with,pneumonia. Return to OSURC OSAGE--^Ir. and Mrs. Hermann Miniger are returning to Osage to ive in their old home, which has been occupied by the F. W. Moulton 'amily during their absence in Waterloo. POPULAR "COLONEL" NASH A N E W D E A L F O R T O D A Y ' S D O L L A R Kleckner-Nash Company 22;j Second St. S. U'. I'ltonc 2M (275!) 3-Day Excursion March 6-7-8 7 Round Trip to Chicago FICOM MASON CITY Uliss Isabel Hcgness, of Ver- milllon, S. Bilk., selected by popular vote as honorary colonel of the University of South Dakota Reserve Officers Training Corps, proudly displays the resplendent uniform which marks her as the most popular girl at the university. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa manufacturers obtain from their own state 70.4 per cent of all the raw materials they use in their manufactured products. Is Honored at Party. C A R P E N T E R -- M r s . William Mickcrson chaperoned a group of high school students at a surprise party at the Legion rooms in honor ] of her daughter, Ruth, who is leaving town. Come From Austin. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Hoick of Austin, Minn., are visiting at Ihe home of their daughter, Mrs. EJ Miller. Daughter Is Born. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Schmidt are the parents of a baby girl born Wednesday morning. They now have a boy and a girl. Former Resident Is 111 RTJDD--Mrs. Rue Tracey, nee Cline, of Minneapolis is quite ill and her sister, Mrs. Essie Gish of Rockford, has gone to see her. Both are former residents of JFludd. Returns to Carpenter. CARPENTER -- Mrs. Gertrude Terrington, Blooming Prairie, Minn., who spent a few days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gilbertson, returned home. Eagle Grove Play Given. EAGLE GROVE--The Troy township Farm Bureau sponsored a home talent play at the community house entitled "The Family Failure." The cast was chosen from residents of the township. Works at Osage. OSAGE--Lawrence L. Bergeson, the watchmaker who has come to take the place vacated by J. W. Buehler with the Anderson-Music and Jewelry shop, is a graduate of the Bradley school of Horology at Peoria. Moves to Northwood. KENSETT--Mrs. Trego, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Will McQuarters, during the winter months, moved back to her home at Northwood this week. Given Fiireu'ell Party. CARPENTER'--About 20 women gathered at the William Nickerson home for a farewell party for Mrs. Nickerson. Mr. and Mrs. Nickerson and family will move to their farm home next week. Settle mother's Estate. BRISTOW--Mrs. John Boven, Mrs. John Dirks and Miss Sue Frerichs were called to Holland Thursday on business matters connected with the settling of their mother's estate. Move to Omaha. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Garden are moving to Omaha, where Mr. Garden will enter the employ of the Mutual Benefit Health and Life association and the Union Life. Mr. Garden has assisted his father in the clothing store here. Given Farewell Party. KENSETT--The Royal Neighbors gave Mrs. Ed Erickson a farewell party Wednesday afternoon at the Bert Knudtson home. The Ericksons are moving on a farm near Hanlon- BOYS, GIRLS TO MEET IN BRITT County Conference Will Be Held; Des Moines Men to Give Talks. BRITT, Feb. 2T--The first Hancock county conference for older boys and girls will be held in the Methodist church tomorrow. It Is sponsored by the Iowa council of religious education. Walter Hutton, secretary, and O. G. Herbrect of Des Moinea will give an address. The closing- message "My Own Adventure" will be given by the Rev. David J. Lewis, pastor of the Presbyterian church, Garner. A G o'clock banquet will bo served in the church. Delegates from all over the county will attend and local persons will take part in discus- KOCKWKLL, Feb. 27.--Audrey Truitt, loft, as Sylvia iincl David Johnson, right, ur, Billy Maxwell havo the leading roles in the operetta, "Once in 11 IMue Moon," which wns presented lust night by th-, lloek- well hiKh school jrlee clubs and scheduled for an appearance again tonight. Proceeds of the operetta will bo used to defray music conlcst expenses, , sions. DECLAM WINNER County Contest Is Held at Buffalo Center; Four Schools Compete. BUFFALO CENTER, Feb. 27. The county declamatory contest was held in the high school auditorium Thursday evening. Forest City, Buffalo Center, Thompson and Lake Mills competed. Lake Mills won first place in the meet by taking two firsts and one second. Buffalo Center was second with two seconds and one third. Results were: Oratorical, first, Philip Thorson, Forest City; second, Harlan Calhoun, Lake Mills; dramatic, first, Viola Twito, Lake Mills; second, Carol Ellefson, Buffalo Center; humorous first, Mary Ncrby. Lake Mills; second, Louis Glorfckl, Buffalo Center Judges of the contest were: Supt John M. Logan, Nona Polish and Margaret McCornack, all of Eagle Grove. For going trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on train leaving Friday, March 6, Saturday, March 7, 0:45 p. m. For r e t u r n trip, tickets will he honored in coaches on train No. 17 scheduled to reach Mason City nc-i later than midnight of Monday, March 9. Children Half Fare No 1S»KK"K' Checked For f u l l particulars and tickets apply to E. H. Thomas, Ticket Agent-- Phone 103 t!lilc:;ign V. N o r t h Western Railway Country Club Hns Session. CRESCO--C. C. Burgess was host to 45 members of the Cresco Country club at his home Wednesday evening, including the f u l l membership from Ridgeway. Secretary C. P. McNally gave a complete and encouraging report of the past year's activities. The board of directors was re-elected. Tounhcrs Are Guests. FERTILE--Mayor and Mrs. C. N Jorgenson gave a reception Wednesday evening for the teachers in honor of Mrs. Mattie Ainsworth's birthday, teacher of the first ami second grades. Four Arc Honored. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Clarence Stoner entertained a group of relatives and friends in honor of four birthdays in the family. Those honored were: Harold Gratias, Robert Frisbee, Clarence Stoner and S. J. Frisbee. Are Parents of :L Son P L Y M O U T H -- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodhouse are the parents of a son born Thursday. This is the third son in the family. There are also five daughters. Comes From Washington ALGONA--Lulu M. Evans, Washington, was a guest of her brother, Dr. R. A. Evnns. She is employed in the internal revenue department. VinUed at Hnrlan CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs. B. F. Hamilton came home from a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Davis, and son, Lyle Hamilton, and families at Harlan and brot her three-year-old granddaughter, Janice Davis, with her. Starts ns Teacher CLARKSVILLE -- Miss Lanor Tackman has started teaching in a rural school two and one-half miles southwest of Oelwein. Visit In Deis Moines NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bright and Donald and Mrs. Luella Moody visited Newell Bright at Des Moines. Given Farewell Party ARF.DALE--A farewell p a r t y was given by the members of the M. 1C. church in the basement of the church in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. moved Open Bids on Hoiuls. TIPTON, Feb. 27. (UP)--Bid were scheduled to be opened toda by the Cedar county board of su pervisors on surfacing of 38.25 mile of county roads. ; NEAL RITES ARE HELD IN BRISTOW Aged Man Formerly Resided in Mason City; Has Three Children. BRISTOW, Feb. 27.--Funeral ervices were held for Barnet Neal Thursday afternoon at the Church, of Christ in charge of the Rev. J. J. ough at one time a business partner of Mr. Neal. The Rev. Mr. Beadle of Hampton, assisted. Mr. Neal was born in Ohio but came to Bristow when a small boy and resided here until paat middle life when he moved first to Mason City then to Kansas and a few years ago returned here to be near his daughter, Mrs. .T. E. Noedham. Since Christmas his health failed rapidly He leaves his wife and three child r e n , Mrs. Edna Needham of Bris tow; Mrs. Grace Ikcnberry of Red Oak, Cnl.; and Cleveland Neal o Oklahoma City, OMa. Two brother survive, John Henry Neal of Masoi City, and Joseph Neal of Greene and one sister, Mrs. Maud Arnol ot Council Bluffs. Burial was a Hill cemetery. Ryner, Nora Springs Basketeer, Injured NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 27.-- jrnest Ryner had, his shoulder lade broken during the basketball ame at Prairie du Chien when the lora Springs independent basket- all team played the Wisconsin Slack Hawks. 3 lay Is Presented at Belmond Bureau Session BEbMOND, Feb. 27.--The Bel- nond township Farm Bureau had a neeting in the library Wednesday night. A one act play "The Neigb- )ors" was given by Mrs. M. G. aiick, Miss Cecelia Luick, Mrs. Guy 3akcr, Mrs. William Lester, Mrs, Dlmcr Johnson, M. G. Luick and Stephen Herman. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Christie and Mr. and Mrs. lenn Baker were in charge of the irogram. r'upils Give Program at Fertile P. T. A. Meeting FERTILE, Feb. 27.--The Parent- Teachers association of the Fertile consolidated school met In the gymnasium Wednesday evening. The program included music by the rhythm band from the first and second grades, Lincoln's birthday by the fifth and sixth grades, St. Valentine's day by the third and fourth grades, Washington's birthday by the seventh and eighth grades and song by the high school male quartet. Worley and family, who from their farm to Cedar Fal!s Thursday. The Rev. and Mrs. .1. J. Gough of Bristow attended this farewell party. Four Go to Ames. CLARKSVILLK--Brainnrd Crippen, Mrs. ottie Perrin, Mrs. Grave Donaldson and R. H. Waiigh went to Ames. Mr. Waugh is going on business and the others visit Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crippen. Ix^gion, Auxiliary to Meet. | NORA SPRINGS--The American Legion and auxiliary and their families will hold a joint meeting at the Legion hall Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock. town. Famous lowans Discussed. CORWITH--The Corwith Woman's club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jennie Thompson. Mrs. Gladys Good spoke on "Famous Iowa Characters" and Mrs. Bernice Oxlcy reviewed "Favorite Poems." Miss Christina Callison of Stilson, county chairman, spoke to the club members on the endowment plan of the Iowa state federaton of Woman's clubs. Birthday Party Held. RUDD -- Kathleen Kerlin entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of her eighth birthday anniversary. Twenty-seven guests enjoyed the games and lunch. Four of the teachers were present, the Misses Brown, Nicholas, Waterhouse and Armstrong. Crowd at Farewell Tarty. STILSON--A large crowd was present at the farewell party given for the R. E. Hunsley family at their home Wednesday evening. Instruction School Held. BELMOND--Mrs. Nina Artherholt of Clarksville, conducted a school of instruction for the officers of the Eastern Star Wednesday evening. Move Near H u r t THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. E. Heitland moved their household goods Friday near Burt, where Mr. Heitland will work on a farm this year. Move to nuluth OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Buehler moved to Duluth. They Jived here 22 years, Mr. Buehler conducting a jewelry business for 19 years. Mr. Buehler enters the employ of the Lew Kantor jewelry firm at Duluth in the watch repair department. Attend Auto Show. ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. William Dan, Arthur Helberg. Frank Kent, George Elbert, Ray Oliver ami Ray Crapscr arc attending the auto show in Des Moines this week. Visiting at Rock Kails ROCK FALLS--Melvin and Cleo TieLjens. Elizabeth Colo., who are visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siewertsen. and other relatives, were in town Thursday calling on friends. They lived on a farm near here when they wore children. Special Meeting Planned ALLISON--A special meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star will be held in the Masonic hall Thursday, March 5. A school of instruction will be held with Mrs. Mina Arthurholt of Ciark.sville as instructor. Return to Chicago NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Harry Davis and daughter, Joan, who have been visiting two weeks w i t h Mrs. Davis' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Cutler, returned to their home in | Chicago. $7.90 Finest Values in Years 4 Pieces flout anil vent, w i t h '2 limgies or 1 golf knicker iiml 1 longie. Fabrics include c a s s i m c r e s , twists, and worsteds in light and medium shades -- fancy stripe, ovcrplaid and fleck effects. One of the best boy's suit values in years. Swagger Style Prevails in Boys' Oxfords Note the smart perforations and stitchings I Note, too, the iturdy sole, the roomy toes. Note the low prices, tool Patent, brown or gun metal. Sizes 12 to 2 $2.29 Si/es S'/z t 11 l /2 $1.98 Boys' Oxtords Of Patent Leather Boyi 1 "True Blue" Shirts Price a year ago^ 79cT Plain broadcloth, fancy percales, and chambraya. Shirts, Coogan, Jr.: Caps For Youngor Boys These caps arc finely niada just like our older boys' caps. Made of high grade woolen fabrics, twill lined, leather forehead protector, and non-breikablo visor. Just the thing for dress occasions when you want to look your best I These are low in price I 12 to 2 $2.20 8'/ z to U'/2 51.98 69c There's a Gay Note of Spring in the New Hose so* Boys at important savings

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