The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 2, 1931 · Page 5
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March 2, 1931

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

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MARCH PARKS IN NORTH IOWA IMPORTANT Provide Much Pleasure fo Public, Conservation Report Shows. North Iowa's state parka, includ mg Clear Lake in Cerro Gordc county, Pilot Knob, in Wtanebago Ambrose A. Call in, Kossuth, For Atkinson in Winneahiek, Eagle Lah '? Hancock and Lost Island in Palo Alto, played an important'part in S«S5i ng "Creation valued at »«37,500 last year. This figure was revealed in the annual report of the board of conservation. Attendance totaled 1,804,251 persons, an increase of 200,000 over 1929. The board estimated the worth of the parks as follows: ., Assuming that each visitor to the state parks spent an hour there, and that the value of this hour of recreation was 25 cents, · persons during: 1930 obtained 5437,500 worth ?* ·"creation from an investment of $loO,000. ' Greatly Exceeds Cost "Thus the cost by taxation for the year was about five cents a person and the monetary returns in recreation from the state parks was three and one-half times as great as the annual appropriation." The report said that in 1923 about 232,000 persons visited the 17 state parks. In 1930 there were 40 parks with more than seven times.as manv visitors as in 1923. " ' "Several of the parks," the board reported, "would be improved if additional lands could be obtained including features and topography belonging naturally to the area. In other parks the present area is fairly adequate, but much greater development would be possible 'if more funds were available. Conveniences Are Needed 'The introduction .of artificial features is _not contemplated but certain conveniences are needed particularly new trails leading to and past natural beauty spots, custodians' homes, shelter houses to be used in inclement weather, improved water supply, adequate sanitation and reforestation. "Because of good roads and the universal use of motor carg, it is no longer necessary to locate regional parks, but desirable to develop for the state a scientific plan for a well balanced system of parks In accordance with the present day practice of business efficiency the hoard of conservation favors a survey of the state to de- SHE'S RECOVERING MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CONTRACT TO BE LET MARCH 10 St. Boniface Sisters Home and School at Garner to Cost $50,000. GARNER, March 2.--The contract-for the St. Boniface parochial T±?if^ sls t ers . h ° m/e is to-be let Here is Catherine King Fogarty, who came Into prom- .inenee when she sued Gene' Tunney, _. former heavyweight champion, for $250,000, charging breach of promise, shown in bed in her apartment at Dallns, Tex., where she is recoverln°- from the effects of poison. She is reported to huve attempted to end hor life. ermme a plan for future location nd development of Iowa's conserva- on areas," the report stated. Otranto, Mitchell and St. Ansgar Win \ Declamatory Honors OTRANTO, March 2--In 'the county declamatory contest held here Friday Arent Sine, Otranto, was first and Edwin Pribbensee St Ansgar, second, in the oratorical contest; Dorothy Tours, Mitchell, was first, and Edna Mundt St Ans- e«r, second, in the dramatic contest anrt T?'? ^TM' St Ans S ar ' fi «t and Doyle Johnson, Mitchell, second w- Z humorous contest. Carpenter. Mitchell, Otranto and St. Ansgar competed. Judges were Supt A E £ rehm and Mrs. H. H. Douglas' Northwood, and Miss Arlene Swelle' Kensctt. ' | - ' , the i Dubuque, has drawn the plans for the large school that wil cost approximately $50,000. The building will be located on the south frest corner of the parish block and will be complete and ready for opening Sept. . 1. There is ample room T TM arj 5 e P la yTMTMd:s. The Rev. M. J. Manternach has been in charge ffnth 1 ?, arlSJhere since ^e Rev. Father Woerdhoff went' to Alta Vista four years ago. POULTRYTALKS INWORTHSTART Whitfield Holds Series of Meetings iri Townships Thruout County. NORTHWOOD, March 2.-W R *' Office Manager of Hart-Parr Resigns; Howland Takes Place CHARLES CITY, March 2.--P A Bokland, office manager of th Hart-Parr branch of the Olive Muipment company, has reslgnei his position and his place will bi taken by Archie Howland who i TMavmg his family back here fron ucago. Among others who an mpleting their service at tlu Hart-Parr office are Everett Woods Bruce Goss, Louis Matson Mrs Hn°rL Har Q 1 ,- Mrs - Cy s Prinee'r, Mra Horace Slmger, Mildred Jones Mabe! Evans, Mrs. Rex Cottrell John Spear, Will Buckler, A C Estrem. Mr. _Estrem will be em Sr"c^!fe"^J^?| find employment. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS r poultry schools th£ we'ek win -h a -TM.-«is at these meetings ^/·i *^ " the raisin e~ of b aby chicks Th t? are 10 to 12 weeks old j.ne problems discussed will be as follows: When to start the chicks? wTM^ Dar f, ^ e broodm g: conditions? How shal the chicks be kept? How inp. *T ° leaa ground for them during the growing period? How to have clean feed and how to lo «n^ gr °^ h and cut d »TM on --~---.^M^ttj CITY, March. 2 --Mr and Mrs. Ed Togstac! and the former's sister, Mrs. Walter Fluent motored to Madison, Wis to snend Fh?*n7 Wlth *f r ' To stad a °d M Fluent's parents. Mrs. Ernest Schultz is improving at the Cedar Valley hospital where sno had an operation. Funeral services for Miss Wilma Raymond were held Sunday after- f°?i n fu t ^, e Linda TMan funeral homo with the Rev. A. P. Blough of Waterloo officiating. Burial was made in the Floyd cemetery. Miss R a v- m n n H %%.,* . C ° USin ° f M y rt] e Ray- Following is the schedule for these meetings: Monday, 1-30 Alfred Fenney in Kensett township- Tuesday, 0:30, John Ouverson, Fe?! tile township; Wednesday, 9:30 I ver ivcrson, Hartland township- Wednesday, 1:30, L. H. Lyford, Lincoln township; Thursday, 9:30, Andrew ^ nso ". ^eer Creek township- Thiirsday, i :30 , Fred Urbatsch', Union township; Friday, 9:30, Lewis Horvei, Silver Lake township. ^V^ TM^ Frank Cl ^on and two children, Helen and Billv soent Sunday in Algona with relatives Mrs. Guy Lindaman of Staples, Mmn 13 visiting relatives for a couple of weeks. ev, T1 ^ re - ^ an atten dance of 22 at the Christian Endeavor party in tho Congregational church' Saturday e Y e . n ' n S- A committee had charge of the games and refreshments. M, Mr x T " F i mnk Ne!a vviu entertain the Needlecraft Circle this after- °" Harw ° od DAISY AS TRUSTY Daisy De Voe, serving an 18- month sentence for embezzlement from Clara Bow, movie star, has been made a "trusty" at the county jail, I,os Angeles. Her now duties Include scrubbing tables and floors which, she says, she prefers to lan- ln a cell. Mildred Hamm was given a pre- miptml shower at the home of Jeanette Hamilton by 12 of her *irl £nends. Her mother, Mrs. Rex Cot- trell.assisted in the entertainment. met wil1 g° to Mason City Wednes- day evening to attend a joint meet"S of the two organizations. The men's bowling committee will meet at the Y. M. C. A. tonight to select trophies for the winning team «MII h lea ^ u , e - The ieague games will be completed in two weeks Cervin Sours spoke at the Baptisf church Sunday morning. This church has been without a pastor since the Rev. L. W. Ionian moved to Shellsburg. A marriage license was granted Belle Woods tolli of Charles City B. G. Larsen, local observer in charge of the U. S. Weather Bureau. stated this winter has been the warmest sinco 1878. Ray Huss who has been ill with blood poisoning is reported to be improving. Inimitable: Adjective, applied to any thing or body, widely imitated. -- -- T i r i T f n i * XTn..... Pleas of Guilty Are Entered by Men in Charles City Court CHARLES CITY, March 2.-Judge C. H. Kelley held court Saturday morning when four men entered Pleas of guilty. Clyde Harper or Marble Rock paid a fine of 5200 and nhn · P leadin guilty to the A ,,«, *i e r? , dnvi "S w h«e Intoxicated. Ansel Colaon who wag bound over to the grand jury a ahort time ago 8TM · ?. ty t0 illegal tr *»«: ^ · i liquor. He was fined Sinu S3? «±n and S 1 V ,*? a th « e month « Police Arrest 80 in Raids. SIOUX CITY, March 2. Iff") Police arrested 80 men and women in raids on four alleged gambling j and liquor resorts. Most of those jailed later were released on Bond Edward Jeffries and bonds. - They arc out TM eri^R? 1 ' 06 i VaS 8rranted to Katherine Beery from Verne Beery on the grounds of desertion. y Floyd Farmers Plan Co-Op Oil Company CHARLES CITY, March 2.-A. co-operative oil company is being organized by directors of the Plovd county Farm Bureau Members Serv- ic company for delivering gas kerosene' and oil to farmers The plan C.?v ^ a bl ;' k Stat!on in ch ar'e" City and run trucks over the county to deliver the products to the farmers. Steps were taken to complete the organization at a meetingTM? the directors, H. E. Winterinlr Jay Hi Hman, R. F. Dunkleberg, R K Ru ner, John O'Brien, Otto Brandau and Bermce Butler, which was held ii Just Arrived . . . . . \ i Adorable New Modes C O A T S for Ages 1 to 14 Swanky little scarfs, throws, novelty piped edge coats. Stunning and ever so dashingly youthful. 5 * - f n £ S ° ?o a share for co'mmon and $20 treat «Vs r P refert ' e Vvhich bears in- treat at 8 per cenU Common stock ""receive dividend from the com' S °° n as 8 "f ficl ent stock is ". a manager will bo hired and h° %°^ ,° f directors hope to haw he bulk plant in* operation by April Charming Styles in Misses' SPRING C O A T S In the very newest silhouettes--high waistlines, belted effects and other modes Fashioned of the finest maV teriala, tailored ana' trimmed. Injury Appropriation Sought. DES MOINES, March 2 (/P)_ Appropriation of $2,000 for Vera P warhs for injuries received in an uto accident last July is sought in measure introduced in the as- embly by the senate claims committee. The injuries were said to aye been received when a car in hich the woman was riding struck bridge on a detour near Madrid. See them in our improved MISSES' DEPARTMENT Second Floor Prices range from $4.95 to $19.75 Damon's "THE CHEERFUI, SEKVICK STOIIK" ew Automatic Washer ^P^k ^K^ ^ -- . W, M See thfs beau «ful new, time and trouble saving Automatic Washer tomorrow? ° U ' U Uke 18 P ol ; celain enamel tub, which is as * This ,, v ««* u ^ With Self-Draining Tubs-ALL FOR PRICE OF WASHER^ALONE PROVIDING YOU ACT PROMPTLY Yes! It's Equipped With- Porcelain Enamel Tub Duo-Disc Agitator Silent Cable Drive Balloon Type Wringer Rolls And every other worthwhile feature. m o d c r n J with every Yet, it's available at a real bargain. Be sure to sec it Be Sure to See This Quality Washer Take Advantage of This Bargain Offer Saves An Astonishing Amount of Time and Trouble Every Wash Day. PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC CO r *' 4 and Self-Draining Tubs Valued at-- Down--Then $6 Each Month "FOR BETTER APPLIANCES Washes a Few Thing* or a Tubful in the Same Thorough Manner

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