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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1934
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FOURTEEN INJURIES FATAL TO INSTRUCTOR Velma Tutton, Teacher Near Buffalo Center, Hurt as Auto Turued Over. BUFFALO CENTER, March 29. --Injuries suffered by Migs Velma Tutton, school teacher, in an accident two weeks ago resulted in her death at a local hospital at '1 o'clock yesterday afternoon. She suffered Internal injuries. Miss Tutton was injured while returning home alone at noon from a rural school which she taught. When her car went over a railroad track, she lost control and the auto Miss Tutton was about 21 years of age She was the daughter of James Tutton Besides her father, she is survived by several brothers and sisters. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE STARS SEPARATE CharlesCityNews .Morgan, Waterloo, Is Speaker at Gathering of Congregational Men CHARLES CITY, March 29.-- Dr. J. Richmond Morgan, pastor of the First Congregational church in Waterloo, was the. speaker brought by the men's club of the local Congregational church last night. . The theme of his sermon was the worth of the unseen -things in life. There was special music by the choir which will sing again tonight at the communion service and reception of members. Dr. 'Morgan was accompanied by five members of his own church in Waterloo. Mrs. Fred Clark sang several selections at the Lenten service in the First Methodist church last evening. Her husband, Dr. Fred Clark, is holding services every night during "Holy Week, supplementing his addresses with colored slides appropriate for the Easter season. Holy communion will be. held in connec- . tion with the service tonight. . The Holy Sacrifice of the mass. is being celebrated · in -the Catholic church today,- Union services are to begin in the Congregational church at noon today and last three hours with four ministers taking part. Founders* Day Observed by W. F , M . S. at Church .' -CHARLES CITY, March 29.-Founders' day will be observed by the W. F. M- S. of the First Meth- .;odist church today with the follow- ''JjKr. program ·? in · the fireside room: "~DeyoTOfisrthTeTlev. R. H. Coffis; Our founders', "Mrs. Frank' Taylor; Our .".Field Today, Mrs. Floyd; solo, Ger- laldine' Taylor; solo, Chester Idso; one act play, "Thursday Evening," Mesdames Larsen, -Vastine, Buck- mtur and .Athertoni 'The hostesses will '.wear costumes typical of the days of i860. Rudd Physician Speaks. CHARLES:CITY, March 29.--Dr. C. H, Cords of Rudd read a paper on ."Kerosene Poison" at the scientific meeting-of the Floyd· County Medical, society held at the Hildreth hotel Tuesday evening. Dr. Julius Nie'mack spoke on "Surgical Importance of Pockets." The meeting was preceded by a dinner and after the program the offices of Dr. J. B. Miner and son were openad for the social hour. Dr. J. M. McDannell and Dr. P. E. Stuart of Nashua were present. Speaks to Dental Club. CHARLES CTTY, March 29.--Dr. Erwin Kromer of AVaverly and Dr. A. L. Miller of this" city had charge of the scientific . program . of the monthly session 1 of the -Charles City Dental club in the off ice. of Dr. John Petry. The'former presented a paper on "Children's Dentistry" and Dr. Miller illustrated the technique of I "Immediate Denture Construction." HOIXYWOOD, March 89. Of) The separation announced Monday night between Ruth Chatterton and George Brent of the films will be made permanent by divorce, the Irish actor said today. This photo shows the couple in happier, days, following their marriage in 1932. Worth County Refunds $375,000 Bonds; Makes Reduction in Interest NORTHWOOD, March 29.--The board of supervisors Wednesday authorized the issue of $375,000 refunding bonds at a special meeting Wednesday to replace primary road bonds of a like amount. A rale of 3% per cent interest was obtained on the new issue with a cash bonus of $7,051 in addition. The bonds will replace issues bearing 4% and 5 per cent interest, thus effecting a substantial saving to the county. The Iowa Des Moines National bank and Trust company of Des Homes and the Harris Trust and Savings bank of Chicago were joint bidders for this issue. The bonds will be dated as of May 1, 1934. : CONTRACTS LET ON IOWA ROADS Largest Job Grading and Culvert Project Near Marshalltown. AMES, March 29. (;B--Contracts totaling $120,067.31 have been let for various projects by the loxva state highway commission. The letting was at Ames yesterday. The largest was the grading and culvert construction on the extension of new primary-No. 88 from Des Moines to Marshalltown, Grading of 5-765 miles from No. 64, south of Collins to the Story county line was awarded to J. J. Boyett of Kensett for $45,515.90. Construction of 19 pipe culverts and 27 box culverts was awarded to F. E. Stoops of Ames and J. W. Schroyer of Baxter on their joint bid of $21,277.93. Paving at Wavcrly. Other awards were: . Paving one mile of Nc 10 in Waverly to C. W. Shirey of Waterloo for $30,383.70. Paving a short strip at the Burlington railroad crossing in Chanton to Koss^ Construction company of Des Moines for $18,595.39. Grading .227 miles primary I^o. 20 in Webster City to William Dutton of Boone for $1,852.50. Repairing- a pony truss bridge on No. 13 north of Waukon to Brennan brothers of Lansing for 52,Purchase of approximately 24,000 pounds of timothy-alsyke seed to Berry Seed company of Clarmda for $2,400. Contract for Seed. Purchase of approximately 17,900 pounds of Kentucky blue grass to Henry Field company of Shenan doah for $2,400. Purchase of two cars of drag- grader blades from the Barton Warner company of Sioux City for K5 500 and one car each from the Herman M. Brown company _Des Moines Steel company and Haignt Tractor and Eauipment comoany. S of Des Moines, and the Waer oo Construction company of Waterloo for S2.750 each. The season's gasoline sumjlies for 31 coimties was awarded the ftui- HDS Petroleum company of ue« Moines and for 65 counties to Cities Service Oil comoany of Cedar Rapids, at code prices. Wright District Court to Be Opened April 16; Garfield Will Preside CLARION,.March 29.--The April term of the Wright county district court will convene April IS under Judge Garfield of Ames. The petit jurors are: Clarion, Sophie Tomke, Grace Russell, Hattie Lanaban, George Fruh, Maynard Miles. D. E. Adams, Mary Attwooll, Ida Slkkema, R. B. Sikkema, R. B. Sellers, H. O. Woodley, Homer Mechem Ross Mechem, Fern Hoyc. Emll Borel; Eagle Grove, Clarence Stather, Knut Rolland, Art Keller, Will Bcckholdt, Thomas Benedict. Irene Jerrard, Earl McGrath, 3. Marley Hall, Ben Wabshaw Nellie Blake, Charles Evans, Bill Hathaway, Roy Chelesvig. Belmond. Ben Mcnnenga, W. P. Bohnlng; Dows, H. 0. Stager, E. A. Weslund; Goldfleld, Hans P. Rassmussen, Clara Bosworth, Mabel E. Hansen; Rowan, Esther Fowler Clara Rowen, Minnie Derkas, William Wolf; Kanawha, Joseph A. Toftey. Jit-turns to Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. M. Wallace of Minneapolis, who has been here visiting her mother, Mrs. Claus, for a week, left for her home today. Rydback, Ogden Pastor to Retire From Ministry BOONE, March 29. (/B--Dr. J. E. Rydback, pastor of the Immanuel Lutheran church at Ogden for four years, will retire from the ministry May 1 to make his home with his children in Chicago. Dr. Rydback served pastorates at Council Bluffs, Stanton and.Cowrie as well as points in Michigan, before coming to MARCH 29 · 1934 ____ --- OEden. He has been a pastor for 41 years and served as former president of the Iowa conference and as field secretary for the home mission work. Homo From Whidom. LATIMER-Miss Ruth Johns 0 "instructor in the schools at Wmdom, Minn., is here to spend the Easter recess with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Johnson. I r?. Brocknev Funeral Conducted at Riceville RICEVILLE March 29.--Funeral Cervices were held Wednesday for MTM William Brockney. The Brock- nevs have lived in Riceville since ttey retired from a farm several years ago. Mrs. Brockney leaves her husband and several children. THE RIGHT HAT FOR YOUR 'EASTER ENSEMBLE MUST BE A "Poppy Hat" EXCLUSIVE CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES- CITY, March 29.-Earl Pyle, auctioneer, was:taken to the Waverly Jiospital yesterday. He has been-'ilT with' tonsilitis but is now suffering from pneumonia. The third annual concert by the Charles City male chorus will be held in the-hig'h school auditorium, April 25. ' - ' H. E. Nichols, extension horticulturist from Ames, will give an orchard demonstration at the Patten orchard at- the south edge of the city today. He will show pruning of old and young trees and discuss fruit spraying. Ada Holtz of Floyd had a major operation at the Cedar Valley hospital yesterday. New officers elected for next year by Bethsaida White Shrine are worthy high priestess, Ella Webster watchman of the · shepherds, E. L Childs; noble prophetess, Vera Witzel; worthy scribe, Bertha Town send; worthy treasurer, Emma Mul larkey; worthy chaplain, Caroline Wood; worthy shepherdess, Mildre Troutner; worthy guide, Verna Ath erton; trustee, C. H. Parr. Installa tion will take place at the next reg ular meeting. Mrs. Smith Gets Divorce. NEW HAMPTON, March 29.-Judge H. E. Taylor, Waukon, Wed nesday signed a decree granting, Mrs. Blanche Smith of Nashua divorce from Jacob Smith, Nashua on the grounds of cruel and mhu roan treatment and habitual drunk enness. There are no children. IS" alimony was asked. at $298 Others at $1.98 Headsizes 21'/ 2 "to24" KOUGH STRAWS . . . SHINY STRAWS ROUGH STRAWS ... SMOOTH STRAWS ·They're flatteringly feminine to all. ·They're twice as wearable and becoming. ·They'll stay on your head, safe and smart, ·They're copied at prices he'll approve. Children's and Junior's HATS andSOFTEES Clever little hats, berets and softees for the , Miss from 6 to 16 69c to $1.59 ^^---^_,,^__^___mzz:.--JSiiTiTi H "'1111 ^^ YOUR VE *r Get out and get into the Easter Parade. And be the despair of all your sisters by being as ravishing as you can. It's easy this year. For clothes are becoming more becoming. The lines do much for your figure: the colors make eyes brighter and skins clearer. And our prices make everything right with the world for Easter and all Spring, **, Aris Gloves are of Fine Kid $2.98 to $3.98 Aris gloves are so smartly styled, of such fine quality and so reasonably priced that they have become the envy of their competitors. Our assortment will delight you. Fabric Gloves $1 to $1.50 I Whether you want white, navy, brown, grey or black--we have them. They are just as clever as they can be and the nice thing about them is that they are washable. Costume Jewelry 59c to $1 Bracelets, clips, earrings and fancy bar pins are the im- TOrtant jewelry accessories for Easter. Such shades a= furqule blue? coral red, blue and white are seasonable and add bright touches to the costume. o9c to 51. SMART COATS $16 75 t° $ 29 75 line to make it smart. [BRIGHT DRESSES to Answer the call to colors! Wear something gay as Mexico . . . a n d SWAGGER SUITS *16 75 to *29 75 suits this spring. Be Sure You Have The Right PURSES Every costume must have its purse. The right purse makes the smartness of the outfit complete.. These are in bright prints, checks and plaids at 51.25 and 51.98. KAYSER BRIEFS at 69c We know you'll like these lacey mesh briefs- with their elastic tops and fancy edges. The material is new and just fine for summer. In white and peachbloom. Well fitting brassieres to match at 69c each. KAYSER PANTS 89c Of'lisle-mesh that fits snugly under the smooth fitting dresses. Sizes 4 to 7. Brassieres to match at 69c. White only. ·I.) MEN'S TIES 59c $1 Light colors and neat patterns of a refined nature. Silk lined tips and wool lined. EASTER CANDIES Handkerchiefs Chocolate Figures, each 5c Biverro Filled Bunnies, Ib. 29c Fudge Bunnies and Boosters, Ib. 29c Colored Easter Eggs, Ib. 29c Marshmallow Eggs, ca. 5c Small Marshmallow Eggs, dozen lOc Pippin Eggs, Ib. 23c Fresh Butter Toasted Mixed Nuts, Ib. 79c Fresh Butter Toasted Peanuts, Ib. 25c Fresh Butter Toasted Cashews, Ib. 69c 29c and up Handkerchiefs have always occupied an important position in assembling the Easter outfit but never have they been more important than this season. The new creations are sensational! See tne new Rochester line and the large assortment of prints with black and white leading. Shop This Week and Save the Sales Tax [QUALITY BUILT THIS i B U S I N E S S j

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