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March 30, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MARCH 30 H 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN ·RETAIL SALES TAX DISCUSSED Historical Pageant Booked at Clear Lake on July Fourth. CLEAR LAKE, March 30.--The Clear Lake Commercial club plans to sponsor a huge historical pageant on, the lake shore for the Fourth of July celebration here. Mr. Fish who represents the Rogers Producing Company spoke to the members at the regular dinner meeting Thursday telling of the vastness of the project here with the historical background of the town upon -which to base the production. The club contracted to accept the offer of the company. Phillip Jacobson, Mason City, was introduced by the president, C. A. Knutson. He gave a talk on the latest details on the retail sales tax which goes in effect April 1 throughout Iowa. He offered suggestions to the group as had been offered to the state latail hardware group of which he is secretary. A supplementary col- ; umn in the bookkeeping of establishments will serve in most cases, he stated, and the system should be thoroughly understood before a new cause of this firms are prohibited to absorb the tax to their advertisements and several firms have already been notified of this regulation," he elated. The president announced that the annual building show would be held April 10 and 11 at the Community building. MUSICAL COMEDY AT PARK system is adopted, he stated. On conditional sales, he sug- Ordered to Produce Books and Papers in Cement Company Case Hanford MacNider and May H. McNlder, defendants in the J2,- 300,000 action brought by F. A. Ontjes, were ordered to produce certain books and papers pertaining to various cement company stock transactions for the inspection of the plaintiff by Judge T. A. Beardmore in a ruling signed Friday. The production was ordered to begin at 10 o'clock the morning of April 4, and to be completed by April 19. Matt Hommerding, 58, Dies at County Home Matt Hommerding, 68, died at the Cerro Gordo county poor farm Friday morning. He had been at the home for the past three years. A brother, Nick Hommerding, 222 Sixteenth street northwest, survives him. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery Friday afternoon. The MOOSE MEMBERS MEET TUESDAY E l e c t i o n of Officers and Stag Party Planned by Organization. The members of the Mason City Moose lodge will hold their election of officers and an old tim« stag party at the Eagle's hall Tuesday evening. This session is members only. open to gested that the payment of the tax be made at the purchase of the article instead of the charging of the amount on each payment. "One of the purposes of the law is to make people tax conscious. Be- CLEAB LAKE, March SO._Gene Raymond and Raoul Roulien unex- nectedly discover that they are both In love with the exotic Dolores Del Rio In "Flying »o»vn to Rio," lavish musical romance and extravaganza which comes to the Park theater Saturday and Sunday. Fred Astalrc and Ginger Rogers provide comedy for the production. _ . The following have been nomin- Rose Held to Grand Jury; Charged With Breaking, Entering Ed Rose, 724 % Van Buren avenue southwest, waived preliminary hearing and was bound to the grand jury Friday morning by M. C. Coughlon, justice of the peace, on a charge of breaking and entering a building with attempt to commit larceny. The building was under the control of the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad, and was located at the Mason City junction. The crime was alleged to have been committed Sept. 6, 1933. The P A D V THEATER * A*K*lk Clear Lake FRIDAY -- lOc "The Man From Monterey" Saturday -- Sunday BEIORES BEL BIO In "FLYING DOWN TO KIO" Meyer funeral home was in charge. Open Headquarters for Short Campaign DES MOINES, March 30. UP)-Campaign headquarters for Wallace M. Short, candidate for the republican gubernatorial nomination, were opened here today (in the Insurance Exchange building). Mrs. Minnie Duvall of Des Molnes is in charge of the office. DIVORCE ACTIONS FILED IN COURT One Couple Getting Second Separation; Cruelty Is Charge Made. Four divorce actions were filec Friday in district court here, two of them by husbands and two by wives Earl Craig, one of the husbands charged his wife, Laura, with crue and inhuman treatment, and the same charge was made in Clinton Ayers' petition against Anna Ayers. The Craigs were married here Sept. 9, 1927, and lived together until last Wednesday, according to the peti- Congratulations . . , To The First National Bank on their Re-opening tion. . After having been married to and P. D. We solicit business because-- Our Price is right Our Delivery will be prompt Our Quality will be first class Neal the Cleaner The Lyons Laundry PHONE 312 dlvorced from each other once before the Ayers remarried in Albert Lea, Feb. 16, 1929. Mr. Ayers asked custody of Donald, 8, and that Mrs. Ayers should have custody of a 10 year old daughter, Loraine. Daisy M. Holt in her petition asking divorce from Homer M. Holt charged him with cruel and inhuman treatment, asked to be awarded custody of two daughters, Evelyn, 17 and Bertha, 15, and requested $30 monthly alimony. The Holts were married March 4, 1916. Charging him with cruel and Inhuman treatment and habitual drunkenness, Harriet Lown sued for divorce from Clyde Lown and asked ?5 a week alimony. They were married Feb. 20, 1918, and lived together until Jan. 1 of this year. Mrs. Harnish Rites Will Be Held at Charles City NASHUA, March 30.--Mrs. Lena Harnish, 71, died Wednesday at the home of her son, Fred, near Bassett, of heart disease. She is survived by the following children, Henry, Ionia; Fred, Bassett; Mrs. Frank Howe, Charles City, Albert, Hager City, Wis The funeral will be held at the German Lutheran church in Charles City Saturday at 2:30 o'clock, the Rev C G. Protengier officiating, and burial will be in the cemetery at Chickasaw. COW TESTERS TO MEET APRIL 12 Plans Being Made for Silver Anniversary of Work in Iowa. plans for the observance of the silver anniversary of cow testing association work in Iowa will be discussed by testers from several associations at a district conference to be held in Mason City April 12 and 13. The conference will be one of a series in the state, starting with one at Des Moines Friday. Others will be held next week--at West Union April 1 and 2; Waterloo April 6-7; and Spencer, April 1011. The twenty-fifth anniversary celebration will be held during the dairy cattle congress next fall in Waterloo with all cow-testing associations and other dairy groups participating, Floyd Arnold, extension dairy man from Iowa State college, said. The conference at Des Moines also heard Prof. E. R. Hensen of the farm crops department at Iowa State college discuss pasture and hay crops. He emphasized that the AAA is committed to a program of taking about 50 million acres out of grain production. He suggested planting of alfalfa as the best hay crop for Iowa from a yield and nutritive standpoint, and ranked soybeans second, and clovers third in feeding value. Sudan grass, he said, is third from the standpoint of yield. · Use of fall seeded rye, sweet clover, oats, Sudan grass and alfalfa as a supplement for permanent pastures assures a continuous pasture ated for officers: E. D. Zea, director; I. E. Elstad, vice dictator: L. G. Bird, prelate; W. P. Chamberlain, Wayne Hall and Henry Miller, treasurer; Herman Grunz and J. E. Herzog, trustee, and Mr. Zea, J. R. Holman and W. C. Groth, representatives. The announcement was made by local members of two meetings of statewide importance in the next few weeks. One of these is a second degree meeting at Waterloo Sunday, April 8. A large number from Mason City have made application for this degree and are to be initiated that day. · One of the largest Iowa meetings of the year is set for April 15 at Des Molnes, when the supreme dictator, A. S. Sartori, and other officers of the supreme lodge will be present. Local Moose members have been informed the Des Moraea lodge al ready has 101 applications for mem bership and expects to have 200 to be delivered to the dictator upon his arrival. building was used to store merchandise and other valuable property for use, sale and deposit. MEAfPACKERS HOLD MEETING Lowell L. Forbes Speaks to Employes on Spirit of Organization. "The spirit with which you attack your enterprise and the spirit In which you go about it, that spirit will determine the success of your undertaking," said Lowell L. Forbes, local attorney, in addressing an assembly of packing house em- ployes Thursday evening at Eagles TIME FOR CORN LOANS EXTENDED 45 Cents a Bushel Will Be Available to lowans Until May 1. WASHINGTON, March 30. (.11-The commodity credit corporation said today loans of 45 cents a bushel on stored corn will be available to farmers until May I, an extension of 30 days. The program, which was scheduled to be concluded tomorrow, was extended to allow farmers in states which had set up warehousing laws to take advantage of the loan privilege, the corporation said. States affected by the extension are Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Missouri. Colorado, South Dakota and Minnesota. The total loan value of corn sealed on farms is estimated at $112,000,000. It was also estimatec ill be Sheriffs Office Has Large Collection of Photos of Suspects A large collection of pictures o£ banlc robber suspects has been obtained at the sheriffs office and ._ witnesses of the robbery of the First f National bank March 13. have been r asked to view the collection at the fice. The pictures have been ob- ined from rogues galleries In DCS .loines, Minneapolis and St. Paul. -Oil Truck Strikes Parked Automobile A Standard Oil truck driven by C. Forsytlie, 1611 South Federal ave- ue, collided with a parked car, wncd by Peter Thompson, 19 \venty-fourth street southwest, bout "2:30 o'clock Friday morning; n the 1400 block on South Federal venue. Both cars were badly dam- ged. that approximately 260,000,000 bushels or about 10 per cent of the normal corn crop, haa been sealed as security for loans. The loan equivalent of corn stored in various states is: Iowa, $54,000, 000; Illinois, $23.000,000; Nebraska $23,000.000; Minnesota, $4,000,000 South Dakota. 52,000,000; Missuur $1000000; Indiana, 51.000,000-; Kan sas, $90,000; Ohio, $250,000, an Colorado, $100,000. hall. J E. Sweeney Named Defendant in $2,500 Damage Action Here J E Sweeney was named defendant' in a 52,500 damage suit filed Friday in district court here by Ed Brandt, a resident of Hardin coun- tJ The petition stated that Brandt received injuries to his left shoulder, hip and eye when the automobile in which he was riding with Donald Mitchell of Armstrong struck Sweeney's car which was allegedly parked on the pavement without a warning light. · The accident occurred Feb. -2K, 1932 at 9 o'clock in the evening about five miles south of Rockwell on U. S highway No. 65, according to the petition. "Unless you develop within yourselves the spirit to make your organization live, you can only expect an untimely death," said Mr. Forbes. "Not only that but you must possess an undying loyalty and devotion to a principle and cause. One of the foremost objectives should be the creation and enforcement of those standards." Mr. Forbes related several wartime stories during his discussion. Other speakers were C. H. Major, who announced his candidacy for county supervisor, and William Gricbling, new secretary of the Iowa State Federation of Labor, who announced that in the near future a permanent office will be opened in Mason City. Officers of the organization announced that the next meeting will be Wednesday, April 4. A number of applicants, who were unable to be present Thursday, will be admitted to the organization at that time. EMERGENCY EDUCATION CLASSES TO CONTINUE The emergency education classe which are being conducted unde the emergency education program and not the CWA will be continue These are all the general educatio classes. A course in dressmakin will begin Monday. S G er d Receive CWA Check DBS MO1NES, March 30. ;B-- CWA payroll checks totaling $88,059.24 to 7,40fl workers in SI coun- :ies were maUed from the state office yesterday. Scott county with $311,417.63 had the largest payroll. during the entire season, he said. Earl Schultz, extension dairyman, explained the better sire program being conducted by Iowa testing associations. Mrs. Stephenson Dies. LTBERTYATLLE, March 30. UP-Mrs Laura Stephenson, graduate of Parsons college class of 1885, died at her home here today after a two week's illness. She was 68. Deposits in Bank at New Hampton Gain $95,708.88 NEW HAMPTON, March 30.-- Deposits in the First National bank here, are the largest since the bank was organized more than 50 years ago. Deposits have increased $95,708.88 since Dec. 31, 1933. Special Services for Easter Are Planned in Nora Springs Churches NORA SPRINGS, March 30.-Sunday morning service at 11 o'clock at the Lutheran church wil. include confirmation and communion service. Eleven will be con- finned At the Methodist church there will be an Easter sermon and the evening service will consist of an Easter play "His Cross" by Ralph Clagget presented by the Epworth e Christian church will have an Easter sermon in the morning and the Easter program for the evening will be given a week later. The Missionary and Christian Al- Rheumatic Happy; Conquers Torture Spveuliat'l Piwription Stop* P*m it One* So M»T t o a . l U f f r o m the tornrint P«ln ft , «b»»o and lkeu=»0»m » » « 1* .aeren «trr«rk««-. I VV' ^Aj^d W t FsmoM Sp«i«li«t notrf f or £Vx iJJd it which hb o*n sMtrtptlon i«WMo gpamt Ml WWJWJ ·"**,_ «** * - ,.||_ VB*« TW- Cases against Frank Sheehy, manager of a Clear Lake fox farm, were satisfactorily settled and dismissed Friday. Lee E. Eoyd and John O'Connell had been the plaintiffs. i to flvx It »t tie di«K ti jwblfc tknmi* *?· tta , Nurilo contain* "° opUt«« « r Mn 5f°;',i, l £:| il ibsoluwlT tarartew. If tie jety ««. *«· £!£ of Nurito do not .top lie moK inteue ra of mm TOTM' ·aalmi-'jw will b. ln.unUy ntaaM- « tta- « l w » l » T«ir drutlilrt now rutll moner-Ucfc fturantet. NURITO lor NEURITIS Pain WE WISH SUCCESS TO THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of CLEAR LAKE BURPEE Quick Change Home Can Sealer The B u r p e e Quick Change Sealer incorporates all outstanding fea- cures of the original Burpee Sealer with the additional Quick Change feature. SEE IT AT YOUR NEAREST BURPEE DEALER BURPEE EQUIPMENT for Sale in CLEAR LAKE at the McGowan Sheridan Hardware j.ne .MISSKJ"*** J cuau v^it**~»»--« -"CASES DISMISSED liance is continuing special meetir,gs with Evangelist Slenlund of Lyle, Minn., and the Rev. F. R- Dreyer 01 Moore Park, Mich., preaching Saturday evening. The Missionary league of St. Paul Bible Training school will give a special feature. Included in the program will be native songs and costumes of foreign missionary fields. At the Baptist church there will be an Easter sermon at 2:30 o'clock. Salaries of Teachers at Corwith Raised by Board CORWITH, March 30.--All of the teachers were re-elected with a raise in salary including G. W. Beacom? superintendent, at a meeting of the school board Wednesday nieht. Contracts, which must be returned within 10 days, were given the teachers. Dr. C. Stull is president of the board. All Sizes TIRE CHAINS and CROSS LINKS Special Prices at Joe Daniels First Street S. W. and Wash, and at 121 N. Delaware Avc. "As Earth Turns" Starts Saturday at at Cecil Theater "As the Earth Turns," the new Warner Bros, film which has been hailed by critics and picture patrons in many cities as "a picture without hokum," opens at 'be Cecil theater Saturday, April 14. Jean Muir and Donald Woods head the cast, and other players in the, lineup are Emily Lowry William Jarmey, David Landau, Dorothy Peterson, Dorothy Appleby, Sarah Padden, Clara Blan- dick and Egon Brecher--to name only a few of them. Alfred E. Green directed from the best-selling nove. of the same title by Gladys Hasty Carroll. "As the Earth Turns" is a story of farm life in present-day New England--it is as modern as President Roosevelt's administration, vet it depicts a fundamental existence as ancient as man's cultivation of the soil. The story of the girl Jen (played by Jean Muir) portrays woman's life as it has been lived since the dawn of human existence. "A picture without hokum! That is what the Warner Bros, studios resolved to make, in the faith that the movie-going public is ready for sincerity and simplicity in its favorite form of entertainment. BUY TODAY! Sales Tax of 2% Goes Into Effect Monday, April 3. COAL -- COKE -- WOOD HEAT REGULATORS STOKERS Consolidated Coal Co. Phone 11*8 ALL-BRAN MADE HIM REGULAR _AUIOCK Delicious Cereal Corrected His Constipation. ·We quote from his voluntary and enthusiastic letter: ''After reading your advertisement, I decided to use ALL-BRAN. I had been taking pflls right along. But now 1 don t have to take pills. "I take ALL-BRAN every morning:, and am as regular as the clock. It has done me a lot of good. -Stephen Higsins, 51 S. Nera St., South Norwalk, Conn. Common constipation frequently causes headaches, loss of appetite \-r\A cnerirv Yet this condition can be overcome, usually, by eating Kellogg's ALL-BRAN. Tests show this delicious cereal provides "bulk" and vitamin B to Hi1 elimination. ALL-BRAN is also rich in iron for the blood. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is much! like that in leafy vegetables. Inside the body, it forms a soft mass. Gently this clears out the intestinal wastes. Isn't this safer than taking harmful patent medicines? Two tabk- spoonfuls daily are usually sufficient. Chronic cases, with each meal. If seriously ill, see your doctor. ALL-BRAN makes no claim to be a "cure-all." Enjoy ALL-BRAN as a cereal witH milk or cream. Use it also in making fluffy muffins and breads, etc. Get the red-and-green package at your grocer's. Mado by KellogB in Battle Creek. to ·a, A. er T. In sis i- 10 *L P L A N , . . to take notes at the "Hurray!!! The First National Bank at Clear Lake is OPEN!" CAHNERS SUPPLY CO. 111 East State St. Mason City North Iowa is proud of Clear Lake . . . and we're also proud of the fine quality cigars we sell . . . Charles Denby, La Fendrich, and Emerson. Try one of these 3 popular brands. LloydLieseitbergCo, DISTRIBUTOR-MASON CITY -- FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Clear Lake Opened We congratulate our neighbors upon this achievement! IDEAL AMERICAN HAS AGENCY AT CLEAR LAKE If you live in Clear Lake call 444, the Clear Lake Laundry and Cleaners, for Ideal American Laundry service . . . the finest available. Iowa Woman Dies of Injuries Received in Automobile Mishap CEDAR RAPIDS, March 30. (.T) --Mrs. Jess Wormer, 38, of Center Point, died in a local hospital at noon today of injuries she received last midnight when the automobile in which she was riding with three other Center Point women skidded on icy pavement on Highway 11 just north of the city, plunged through a guard rail and toppled down a 25-foot embankment. Mrs. Clarence Floyd, driver of the car, was unhurt. Mrs. Earl Sarchett and Mrs. Cato Sarchett were slightly injured. Skull Fracture Fatal to Independence Man WATERLOO, March 30. .T-Charles W. Mattice, 73. Independ' cnce. died here today from a skul fracture suffered yesterday after noon when he fell down a flight o steps at a filling station in Toledo Iowa. The filling station attendan said he apparently had a heart at tack. te IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY " "Be An Ideal American Customer" COOKING SCHOOL lMca.se bring: a pencil and notebook. These Firms Will Help Make the School a Success. . , William Allen Smith, 65, Is Buried in Powersvill NASHUA, March 30.--Willian Allen Smith, 65, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harley Dowd, near Powersville, Wednesday from a stroke suffered a few days ago. He Is survived by the widow, and the following children: Mrs. Harley Dowd, Mrs. John Feurch. Kenneth, and Gladys, all of Powersville. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church in Plainfield, Friday afternoon. American Beet Sugar Co. Blancliard's Jewelry Curric-Van Ness Co. Damon's, Inc. Jacob E. Decker Sons John Gallagher, Inc. Carl Grupp Food Market Hcnnanson Bros. Dairy E. B. Higley Co. Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Iowa Tea Company Jaqucs Manufacturing Co. K. C. Baking Ponder Kcmble's Greenhouse Klipto Looso Leaf Co. La Choy Food Vroducts, Inc. Iji Choy Chop Sucy »nd Chow AIfin Letts Spencer Smith Co. U. K. Lundlierg A Co. Lynns Lamidercrs Dry Cleaners Mosmi City Baking Co. Mason City Bottling Co. Mason City Hardware Co. Michael Drug Company Mier Wolf Sons Morton Salt Company Morton Salt Myers Beauty Studio Northwest Savings Bank Peoples Gas Electric Co. Pfaff Baking Company Fillshury Flour Mills Co. I'illsbury's Best Flour I'illslHiry's CaUc Flour ·J. C. 1*11(11 Company Saliida Ten Company, Inc. Snliida Tea The Crratncttc Company Crenmettos Vance Music Company

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