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March 19, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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EIGHTEEN MASOJN CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 1936 Mason City's Calendar march 17, 18, 19 and 30--Mason City Globe-Gazette's annual free cooking school at high school auditorium. March 30--Annual stag party of Clausen-Worden post of the Legion at armory. March 21--Special membership meeting of U. C. T., Hotel Hanford, 4 p. m. March 30-31--High school operetta, "The Prince of Pilsen," hi school auditorium, 8:15 p. m. April 1-4--Tenth annual Kiwanis- Y. M. C. A. hobby show for boys at Y. M. C. A. · March 14.--Special U. C. T. membership campaign meeting, Hotel Eadmar, 7:30 p. m. April 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishing show at high school gymnasium. NESTLE BLAMES HIGH SPEED FOR MOST MISHAPS Here In Mason City Spring is here! Buy your roller skates at Boomhower's. Jack Bay, Cedar Rapids, was in Mason City Wednesday and Thursday on business. New 1936 stock of Triple Tested Flower and Garden Seeds. Mason City Hardware. Mrs. Jake Schwab and daughter, Florence, 606 East State street, are spending a few days in Chicago. Ritz Hotel. Dine and dance. Music every nite by "Joe" and "Lil." A penalty of $1 for each dog will be attached to the county dog tax on April 1, it was stated Thursday at the office of County Auditor Arthur Harris, where payments are made. ' Bent our waxers and floor sanding machine. We'll deliver. R. S. Shepherd Wallpaper. Ph. 1362. Arrangements for a mass meeting to be held · Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Labor hall, were complet- . ed Wednesday evening at a meeting of the Townsend club No. 2 at the T. W. C. A. F. A. Kirsehman was the speaker of the evening. Miss Florence Caron of Mpls. arrived Wednesday and is the new masseuse in Reid's Bath Parlor. Birth certificates have been filed for Patricia Ann, daughter of Mr. , and Mrs. Michael Raymond Boyle, 516^ South Federal avenue, born March 11; Harry Richard, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Baker, 936 Jersey avenue northeast, born March 4; Barbara Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Vendelboe, 199 Crescent drive, born March 5, and John Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Nicholas, 2074 Carolina avenue northeast, born .March 2. . Heat with Gas! Install burner now. No money down--pay like rent --beginning next fall. Peoples Gas Elec. Co. Mrs. James Crist, 926 Eighth street southwest, who is employed at the L O. O. F. home suffered a broken wrist there Wednesday. STATES LARGEST TOLLS TAKEN AT FAST AUTO RATE Traffic Rules Explained at Kiwanis Club Meeting by Officer Hrubetz. Gets Fellowship POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for Cerro Gordo county superintendent of schools subject to the will of the presidential electors of the independent and township school districts on May 12. CHARLES M. NEVELN Company Accountant Testifies in Ontjes' Claim Against Estate W. F. Robinson, Minneapolis accountant for the Northwestern States Portland Cement company, testified Thursday afternoon in the hearing before Judge T. A. Beardmore OD F. A. Ontjes' claim against the C. H, McNider estate. Cross examination of Mr. Ontjes was completed, and the testimony of Carl A. Parker, vice president of the First National bank here, was also brought to a close. Excessive speed is a contributing major factor in 65 per cent of the reported accidents, declared Harry W. Nestle, assistant chief of the Iowa highway patrol, in an address Thursday noon to the Kiwanis ciub in Hotel Hanford. "We ask that motorists make a silent pledge with themselves to drive carefully," Officer Nestle continued. "Such a pledge on the part of motorists will do more for the cause of safety than any fines and penalties that might be given." Regarding speed, Officer Neatle cited figures to show that a. driver going at a high rate of speed requires three-fourths of a second to react when a hazard is seen. Then he begins to slow down his car and this cannot be accomplished ''soon enough, in many instances, to prevent accidents. Is Checking Trucks. "It doesn't make any difference if a car is mechanically perfect," Officer Nestle pointed out," if it goes into a ditch at 50 miles .an hour. When an accident occurs at that rate, no car can stand the-strata. And when accidents occur at that speed, the. deaths frequently come in doubles and triples." . Officer Nestle has been in North Iowa with other officers checking Minnesota trucks coming into Iowa. He said that Iowa has a ruling that any commercial vehicle operating in Iowa and registered in another state is given the same consideration that Iowa vehicles are given hi that state. Iowa officers are now forcing Minnesota drivers to buy Iowa licenses but he said he expected a reciprocity agreement would be worked out in four or five days. Officer Hrubetz Talks. Officer J. C. Hrubetz spoke on city traffic regulations, illustrating his talk with the board used in' traffic school. He explained the laws regarding loading zones, limited parking zones, arterial traffic signs, signal lights, fire hydrant no parking, angle parking, driving out carefully between intersections and observance by pedestrians of regulations. These two officers placed much stress on safety, as did George W. Hill, who was in charge of the program. Guests of the Kiwanis club were Ferris B. Martin of Minneapolis and C. D. Gordon. President F. M. Humphrey announced that Dr. W. E. Long, lieutenant governor of Kiwanis, and himself had visited the Ames Kiwanis club recently and brought greetings from that club. DR. A. K. LAUER AMES, WP--Dr. A. R. Lauer, Iowa State college psychology professor, has been chosen to receive ,a fellowship in the distinguished service foundation of optometry for Us experimental work in highway safety as it is related to vision. Dr. Lauer has engaged in perfecting tests of motorists' vision since 1928. The award will be presented in Boston, Mass., March 23. FREE METHODIST MEETING HERE Ministers From North Iow and Southern Minnesota in Attendance. The Plymouth district quarter!} meeting will be held at the Fre Methodist church beginning Thurs day evening and lasting through Sunday. The Rev. Charles V. Fair bairn, pastor of the college church at McPherson, Kans., is the gues speaker. He will give inspirationa addresses Friday morning at 10 o'clock, each .afternoon at 2 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30 o'clock Ministers expected from Minnesota are: W. C. Mavis of Minneapolis, the district elder; the Rev Franklin Shaw, Fillmore; the Rev Quackenbush, Spring Valley; the Rev. Garnet Offenhausen, Glenville and the Wev. Walter Kernon, Winnebago. Those from northern Iowa are: The Rev. M. M. Cook, Ruthven; the Rev. J. L. Potter, Estherville- the Rev. H. G. Bachman, Mrs. Dorothy Neely Files Divorce Action Mrs; Dorothy Neely Thursday filed suit for divorce in district court here, charging her husband, Noel, with cruel and inhuman treatment and asking custody of a two year old son. The couple was married Jan. 2, 1932, in Albert Lea, Minn., and lived together in Mason City until Feb. 20, 1936. More Than $100 Raised in Union Memorial Drive More than $100 has been raised in the 5300 drive for funds being staged by members of the Union ·Memorial church, Paul Scott, chairman of the committee, announced Thursday. "The drive is going very well and we are all immensely pleased," said Mr. Scott. AT THE HOSPITALS More and more people are beginning to doubt whether the more the country owes the more prosperous it will be.--Indianapolis News. DIXIE BLOCK COAL $6.50 Per Ton Exclusive but NOT Expensive. Call us for prices of other Coal. Dixie Block Coal Co. Phone 715 536 Second St N. W. COMPLETE and Wiper Central Auto Electric Co. Central Batten £ Electric Co. Now Address--Next to tire Station Mrs. Hurt Holman, 916 Eighth street southeast, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Mrs. Belle Vermilya, 21' Jefferson avenue southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following 1 treatment. Mrs. Svend Anderson, Nora Springs, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Mrs. Osegero Ygnies, 503 Seventeenth street northwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a major operation. Mrs. Carl Holman, 219 Crescent drive, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for a minor operation. C. H. Stewart, 652 Van Buren avenue southwest, was dismissed from the park hospital Wednesday following treatment. James .Stewart, 1408 North Federal avenue, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for treatment. Mrs. George L. Fischer, Manly, was dismissed from .the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. Floyd Westcott, Clear Lake, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. A daughter weighing 9 pounds 8 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Hostetler, 224 West State street, at the Park hospital Wednesday. A son weighing 7 pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Koll, 641 Eleventh street northeast, at the Park hospital Wednesday. A daughter weighing 8 pounds GVi ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen McEachran, route 3, at thef Park hospital Monday. strong-; the Rev. Riceville; the Rev. Donald George Arm- Mack, Weig_and, Plymouth, and the Rev. Nellie Erickson, Emmetsburg. Besides the ministers about 50 lay representatives will be present over the week-end. Y.M. and Y.W. Groups Will Sponsor Another Party; To Be March 25 Plans for another party sponsor- ed.by young men of the Y. M. C. A. and young women of the Y. W. C. A. were made at a committee meeting Wednesday. This party will be held Wednesday, March 25, in the Y. W. C. A. The program will include lobby games, ping pong, monopoly, dancing and other games and special acts. Invitations have been sent out to those who attended the last pary. Others may obtain invitations from Cleone Kollman, Doris Miler and Matiel Ederholt of the Y. W. C. A. or Marlys Taylor, Cecil Boyer, Jens Walker, John Swaroff and Frank Shima of the Y. M. C. A. Refreshments wi! be furnished by the Crescent club. At the last party 150 attended. Same Boys Wins Both Tournaments at "Y" Twenty boys participated Wednesday afternoon in a pool and cue rogue tournament held in the Y. M. C. A. boys' department. Ralph Vance won both- tournaments. A high school and grade school game room tournament will be held Saturday from 10:30 o'clock in the morning until noon. STATE CHARTER FOR MASON CITY BANK APPROVED Banking Board Passes on Application For Local Institution. The application for charter fo the organization of the Unitei Home Bank and Trust company was approved by the Iowa state banking board at its regular meet ing in Des Moines Wednesday, ac cording to word received here Thursday. Inclosed with the communication stating the action of the board were the necessary blanks for completing the organization. The next step in the details of organization will bt the drawing up of articles of incor poration, it was stated. The application for the chattel was made by C. O. Wilkinson, H. J Bryant, 0. A. Satter, E. W. Clark Lester C. Dibble, F. A. Stephenson and F. F. Potter. The proposed bank is to have a capital structure o: ?150,000, consisting of 1,000 shares of common stock, par value 5100, 000 and a surplus of $50,000. This Time It's George and Not Elmer Mason Cityans Inquire About Thia time it isn't Elmer that peo ?le are asking about, but George 'Where's George?" has become one of the questions Mason Cityans are asking. But nobody seems to know anything about George and no oni has seen him. George is said to be wanted bj authorities for several things, bul he always manages in his own adroit way to elude detection. The only clew to George's whereabouts, so far as Mason City residents can gather, is that he has a weakness for fine clothing. Abe and Sons, Inc., reports that there s conclusive evidence of his having een in the store a number of times .he past few days to purchase cer- :ain items of wearing apparel. Further developments regarding his whereabouts and escapes will be announced from time to time by Abel and Sons, Inc., in this news- aper. TRAFFIC SCHOOL GETS NINE MORE "wo Forfeit Bonds, However, on Day Before First Big "Viola tion" Session. Nine more traffic violators were dded to the list of Mason City persons sentenced to attend traffic chool Thursday evening at the ourtroom of the local police sta- ioh. atrolman Edgar Faber of the owa State Highway patrol was cheduled for the instruction. Ted Greenman, 831 Fifteenth treet southeast, Wayne Cheney, 627 Delaware avenue northeast, N. L Grell, 210 Sixth street southeast, Homer Friend, 522 Thirteenth street ortheast and Mike Yahkovich, 805 ·yler avenue southwest, were ar- ested on charges of double parking. 3. Hoy, Chinese laundry on South Federal avenue, was arrested on a harge of passing a stop sign. Ray )ean, Central heights, and Art Ryn, 15 1 ,* Connecticut avenue south, _ast were arrested on charges of im- roper parking and Roy Gitt, 605 Vashington avenue northwest, was rrested on a charge of parking in loading zone more than 15 min- tes. All were sentenced to attend raffic school Thursday night. Lucile Madsen, 415 Third street ortheast, forfeited a 51 bond when rrested on a charge of double arking, and Joe Claire, 610 Dela- are avenue northeast, forfeited a L bond when arrested on a charge { parking in a restricted district. For Fish Spawning. WATERLOO, L?)--The state con- rvation commission has' ordered n area 1,100 feet long on the Wap- pinicon river near littleton dam osed to all fishing until June 15, y designating it as a fish spawning strict. YOUR IOWA INCOME TAX Prepared for Iowa Daily Press Association by State Board of Assessment and Review. BAD DEBTS Bad debts are allowable as de ductions from gross income only in the case of debts representing items that have been included it income, such as book accounts am accrued rents or interest. Such deductions may be taken either b the deduction of specific items, o by the use of a reserve for bad debts. The use of the reserve for bad debts is permitted only in the casi of taxpayers engaged in trade or business who keep their books upon an accrual basis. This reserve shal be computed as follows: Determine the average amount of- charge sales for the five years ending with the taxable year and the average amount of bad debts actually sustained and charged off during the same period. Can Make Change. The ratio of losses to charge sales for the five year period shall be applied to the amount of charge sales for the taxable year. A change can be made only to or from the reserve method by permission of the board A taxpayer on an accrual basis who.does not have a five year record as a basis for a reserve, mus use an actual basis until such time as he .had a five year record, when with the permission of the board, he may change to a reserve basis. A taxpayer using the reserve method of making deduction for bac accounts thus is permitted to deduct as "bad," debts created prior to Jan. 1, 1934, but the taxpayer using the actual basis can only deduct debts which have been included in gross income since that date. A taxpayer reporting on the basis of cash receipts and disbursements will not be allowed deductions for bud debts, as they have not been included in income. No deduction for bad debts is allowable in the cast of an individual who is not engaged in trade Or business. Can Be Deducted. A bad debt can only be deducted n the year in which it is actually Setermined to be worthless, and charged off the books of the tax- ayer. A record in some permanent form must be made and kept, of all debts charged off each year, in irder that duplication of charge-offs may be avoided, and that the taxpayer's claim for the deduction may be verified. in claiming a deduction for bad 'ebts, the taxpayer must attach to us return a schedule showing with espect to each item of his claim: a) Of what the debt consisted; b) when it was created; (c) when t became due; (d) what effort was made to collect it, and (e) how it was actually worthless.' determined to be Mrs. Lloyd Bittner Receives Head Injury When Struck by Car Mrs. Lloyd Bittner, 20 Third treet northeast, received a cut on her head when struck by a car driven by Elmer Pearson, Clear at the intersection of Third street and North Federal avenue, Wednesday. Mrs. Bittner was taken o the Park hospital and later dis- lissed. Plan Spelling Contest. HAMPTON--April 4 is set as the ate for the annual county spell- ng contest to be held in the court- corn here and conducted by the ounty superintendent, H. G. Doer- ngsfeld. A few entries have already received. TROPHIES, CUPS TO BE AWARDED AT HOBBY SHOW Much Interest Is Shown in Exhibits to Be Made April 1 to 4. Many trophies for winners in' the boys' hobby show to be held April 1 to 4 at the Y. M. C. A. have been received and are now being en graved. Inquiries made at the Y re garding the show, sponsored jointlj by the Kiwanis club and the Y. M C. A. boys' department, indicate that the show will surpass those 01 former years. Announcements of the show have been made at the P. T. A. meetings before- school children and for the other groups and have been warmly received. In addition to the hobbies covering all phases of boys' interests, a number of adult exhibits and displays by the fish and game com mission and the Cosmopolitan club will be provided. Trophies Are Tested. Trophies to be given include: Senior cup, for the boy in the sen ior division who has the greates: number of points. Junior cup, for the boy in the Junior division who has the greatest number of points. Grade school trophy, for schoo which amassed greatest number of points by boys from the school who enter the show. Junior high trophy, for junior high which amasses greatest number of points by boys from the school who enter the show. Trophy for best bird house to be given by Izaak Walton league. Ti-opby for best work in woodworking given by Mason City Millwork company. Trophy for best work in handicraft given by Northwestern Portland Cement company. Trophy for best collections of coins given by C. L. Pine company. Trophy for best photography ex- libit given by the Mason City ^lobe-Gazette. Trophy for best cooking exhibit given by the Mason City Baking company. Trophy for best art work given by Central Show Printing company. Trophy for best project group dis- ilay given by Jacob E. Decker and Sons. Trophy for best collection of stamps given by May H. McNider. For Scrap Book. Trophy for best scrap book on Naion's Peoples given by CosrnopoH- an club. Trophy for best collection of curi- s and relics given by Luxus ice- ream. Trophy for best radio (home made) given by the Peoples Gas nd Electric company. Trophy tor best collection of nat- ral history given by Thomas Mahine shop. Trophy for best model given by Blanchard's. Free airplane ride for the boy who makes best airplane models. In addition to these awards, this ·ear will see a new trophy, known ,s the president's cup. A similar cup rill be given in the Y. W. C. A. lobby show, details of competition o be announced later. 3oys to Play Saturday m Marble Tournament The annual marble tournament or boys will be held at 1:30 o'clock aturday afternoon on the Central chool grounds. This affair, spon- ored by the Y. M. C. A., will be eld in the Y. M. gym in case of ·et grounds. Any boy is eligible to ompete. Last year about 40 boys articipated. WATCH--WAIT FOR THE Suffers Broken ILeg. THORNTON--Donald Mathews, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mathews, living north of town, cracked the bone in his leg between the knee and ankle, and will have to wear a cast. He was playing on the roof of the chicken house and fell to the ground. PONT I AC "The Most Beautiful Thing on Wheels" is the official car at the GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL Ann Kingsley, director of the cooking school says, "I am particularly pleased that the Pontiac was selected as the official car of the Globe-Gazeztte Cooking School. To drive it is to realize that it's the car for women as well as men.'' We congratulate the women of Mason City for their interest in the mechanics of good cooking Now! We invite you to our showrooms to learn the mechanics of a truly great automobile. JOHN GALLAGHER, he. 25 1st. St. S. E. Pontiac Sales-Service OVER 15 YEARS IN MASON CITY Phone 1567. DONT RY YOUR KITES NEAR ELECTRIC WIRE, WARNS M. A. HARPSTER Spring brings its fun, but also its dangers to boys who like to fly kites, warned Mark A. Harpster electrical superintendent of the People's Gas and Electric company Thursday. Mr. Harpster stated there was serious danger in flying kites in areas where there are electrica wires. "And in no instance should boys use wire as kite strings," he said, Early spring always bring news from over the country that boys who fly kites have been hurt because of failure to observe these safety precautions, Mr. Harpster pointed out. of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings, Etc. SALE Opens WED. 25 123 NORTH FEDERAL Across Corner of Kirk Apts. GASSETT GIVEN YEAR IN JAIL Three Others Receive Fines in Police Court For Intoxication. . James Gassett, city, was sentenced to a term not to exceed one year in the county jail by Police Judge Morris Laird Thursday on a charge of vagrancy. Gassett was arrested at 6:45 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at. S9 South Federal avenue. His bond was set at J500. Allen E. Anderson .and Henry Paulsen were each fined $25 and costs on charges of intoxication. Anderson was arrested at 404 Sixth street southwest at 1 o'clock Thursday morning and Paulsen was arrested at the intersection of State street and Delaware avenue at 5:10 o'clock Wednesday. John A. Anston, 214 /; South Federal avenue, was fined $10 and costs on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested at 222 Jefferson avenue northwest, at 1:25 o'clock Thursday morning. Legion's Annual Stag Party at Armory Friday Plans nave been completed for the staging of the annual stag party by members of the Clausen-Worden 30st of the American Legion at the armory Friday evening. A 1936 membership card is the required admission, Garrett Chapman, post commander, stated. The entertainment is being prepared by George Allbee, chairman of the ' program committee of the post, and his assistants-. -' · Head COLDS I Pat Mentholatum inl 7 the nosirik.lt quickly V / relieves stuffiness and \ restores comfort. C/ms COI»IJFO.R.T.-«»fYr If you prefer note drop*, or throat spray, coll for the MEW HEHTHOUTUM LIQUID in handy bottle with dropper On Easy Terms Your Credit- is Good. 'Just Bring an Honest Face' Jewelry Company 10 First St. S. E. PEOPLE . . . who have tested Fireside Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most - economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FSRESIUE FUEL CO* Phone 888 VIGOROUS, HEALTHY Baby CHICKS Give You More Profits! LEGHORNS EACH Per 100 $9.00 Strong, egg - productive chickens cost no more to raise than scrubs! Start a flock that will mean extra profits to you with these gi.ia.ran.' teed healthy baby chicks! MONTGOMERY WARD 102-4-6 South Federal Avenue Telephone 57 AMERICA IS AROUSED! The County Attorney of Cerro Gordo County with the co-operation of the law enforcement officials have made Mason City a safe place to live in . . , FRED B. SHAFFER, County Attorney. BUT-- THAT'S NOTHING COMPARED TO THE THRILLING EXPOSE OF A NEW UNDERWORLD TERROR .. THE FIRST PICTURE T H A T DARES TO TELL THE TRUTH . . . W I T H A CRASHING CLIMAX YOU'LL NEVER FORGET! "Show Them No Mercy" Coming Saturday to the PALACE THEATRE %TT"

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