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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1939 t torn Abroad COUNCIL PLANS SF ±7" U "" DISCUSSION OF "CONTROVERSY" Mason Cityan Will Preside at State Safety Gathering DBS MOINES, (IDPA)--Lead- ers of the Iowa State Safety Council Thursday openly acknowledged that the "current controversy" between the organization and Secretary of State Earl G. Miller, will be a chief topic ot discussion at the annual meeting in Des Moines Sunday. "The current controversy certainly will be discussed," declared President W. Earl Hall, Mason City editor, who will preside at the business meeting scheduled for 2 p. m. at the Hotel Fort Des Moines. 200 Expected to Attend More than 200 safety-minded individuals from every section of the state are expected to attend the single session with at least 150 Various groups or organizations indicating they will have representatives present. ·~fM , The "current controversy" had \lls inception following the 1938 general election when Hall and · Miller became embroiled in a ( ^verbal tiff that is still in progress. Disagreement over the handling ; ot the highway patrol caused the $ ;. , original argument but there have been many offshoots'. Chief among these was Miller's action, upon assuming office Jan. 2, in cutting off the council's source of stale funds Forced to Cut Personnel Prior to Miller's action, the council had for the last three years received financial aid amounting to approximately $25,000 annually from the motor vehicle department. ; As a result of the act, the council was forced to cut down its personnel to three working member: who are receiving reduced sala ries, and to move its headquarter. from the statehouse to a con demned portion of a buildini northwest of the capitol building. Business reports are expectec. to occupy the major portion of th council meeting, when the "cur rent controversy" discussion ended. f Chester Digs Way Out After Being "Buried" in Snow CHESTER--Chester is diggin out of the worst snow storm o several years. School was close Tuesday as it was impossible fc buses to get in and no one coul get out in town. Mme. Lilly Dache, well- known hat stylist, returns to New York from abroad, wearing one of her own new models, an adaptation of the eighteenth century Marie Antoinette style, in wood brown felt. She indicated that milady's hats will find a saner level this season. All-School Play Is Given by Kanawha High School Cast KANAWHA -- The · all-schoo piay, "Prize Pigs" was presente at the Tall Corn theater Tuesda evening under the direction o Miss Mathtlde Janssen. The cas included Helen Lein, Lois Varo Doyce Friedow, Ruth Mary Edson Isabel Larson, Peggy Muhm, Ab Thompson, Robert Hewlett, Ver non Holiister, Constance Luca and Lucille Burnquist. No Opposition for Garner School Board Election Expected GARNER--No contest is ant cipated at an annual election i the Garner independent schoc district to be held here Mondaj March 13. Charles Bethke, president of th board, and Fred Steiff, both whose terms expire this year, a candidates for re-election f o three year terms, and no oppos tion is expected. Polls will be open at the cil hall from noon to 7 p. m. Marc 13. Charles City News IFFICE AT 603 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, PHONE 1052 ON K. SANDELL, Mgr., Residence, Phone 937J iRS. GEO. BLAKE, News Correspondent, Phone 318 CERTIFICATES GIVEN FARMERS Men From Vicinity of Colwell Honored by Extension Group CHARLES CITY -- Twelve armers from the vicinity of Col- veil who are co-operating with he cream improvement program af the Iowa State college dairy ndustry extension service were awarded certificates for produc- ng high quality cream. The score was 93 or better dur- ng the year 1938 and was based on flavor, acidity, richness, body and cleanliness. The tests were made at the Colwell creamery by ixtepsion specialists at times un- tnown to the"distributors. Those who received distribu- .ors are: I. j. Bonsall, Theodore Sennett, Emil Hoppe, H. A. Hoeft, Sari Kiess, J. Orthouse, K, Paler, Leslie Rice, E. G. Staebler, Herman Turbeck, Louis Tjaden and G. E. Waid. Equipment Company Has Drop in Profits CHARLES CITY -- Decline in sales, higher unit costs and lower selling prices are the reasons given by officials of the Oliver Equipment company for the big drop in profits last year. The annual statement shows the net profit for 1938 dropped to $60,749 from a profit of ?2,182,763 the previous year. There was a decrease of 28 per cent in sales. All bank indebtedness was paid. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--The high school band and orchestra concert which was postponed Tuesday night will be given in the high school auditorium Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Neal will celebrate their golden wedding Saturday at their home in Powersville. They will hold open house from 2 p. m., to 5 p. m. Frank Brown who has been » patient in the Cedar Valley hospital three weeks has returned to his home in Nashua. James Longhorn of Nashua who has been a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital returned home. John Holly has resigned his position with the Oliver Equipment company and he and Mrs. Holly will move to Gilmore City Saturday. Mrs. Holly was honored with a luncheon Thursday noon by the group o£ Congregational churchwomen of which she is leader. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Malvern Horgan. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Ray Custer, Mrs. Loren Parr, Mrs. Fred Frost and Mrs. Anna Lambkin. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Buckman have gone to Minneapolis on a business trip. Mrs. J..C. Stiebel and Mrs. W. L. Gardner were hostesses to St. Joseph's circle of the Sacred Heart Guild Thursday afternoon at the Gardner home. Miss Emma Gutzmer accompanied Maria Whitcomb to Mc- npna Wednesday. Maria has been visiting her grandparents, Dr. anc Mrs. A. F. Kober. Lyman Rhodes has accepted a position with Schmer's Qualitj Cleaners. He is a graduate of tht National Institute of Dyers anc Cleaners at Washington, D. C. Miss Esther Weiss is opening a new beauty shop in the Sehmid building at 609 West Clark street Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Staeble are the parents of a daughter born in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Vokes are th parents of a son born in the hos pital. New patients in the Cedar Val ley hospital are H. H. Haines Mrs. Leo Hogan, H. R. Cerwinsk Mrs. Herman Schaeter and Dor othy Burgess. Miss Lorene Schoenemann re turned to her home in Blockto after spending the weekend a the M. G. Smith home. Frank Green is enjoying a tw weeks' furlough at the home o his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pet Green. He has been stationed will the U. S. navy at Hampton Road Va., but has b,een transferred Guatanama Bay, Cuba. BLUNT IS ILL CHARLES CITY--Walter Blun son of Hezekiah Blunt, one of the first settlers in Floyd county, is ill at the Cedar Valley hospital. He suffered a severe heart attack Wednesday while shoveling snow on East Blunt street. He is a brother of H. Blunt, Barney Blunt oice Chanty Club Will Meet Friday JO1CE--Members of the Chari- · club will meet Friday at the lo- il church. Hostesses will be Mrs. arry. Johnson and Mrs. Emmet ohnson. ,. D. R. Society of Canawha Has Program KANAWHA--The L. D. R. so- jety of the Kanawha Lutheran hurch met Monday evening at iie church basement with Miss aomi Kalvig as hostess. A short rogram was given as follows- Scripture and prayer by Arlene 'ande; reading, "Victory is Joy' ay Nora Eliason and a report o; he yearly contest between the Alpha and Omegas with a show- ng of the Omegas in the lead. Roads in Stacyville Vicinity Blocked by Drifts After Storm S T A C YVILLE--Snow piled high in drifts blockaded entries to Stacyville for several hours Wednesday. Outlying farm roads were blocked. Visitation academy closed school until roads could be opened, allowing pupils to attend. Public school remained open. Lonergan to Assist Filing Tax Returns GARNER--State Income Tax Auditor P. A. Lonergan ot Algona will spend six days in the county assisting taxpayers in filing the 1938 state income tax returns. He will be at Britt March 7 and 8 at Garner March 9, 10 and 11 and at Corwith March 13. Implement Company Remodels Quarters HANLONTOWN--The Knutson Implement company i s remodeling the room back of the corner store where they will sell Allis-Chalmers and New Idea machinery. Program Presented at Meeting of Club JOICE -- Members of the Ugo Igo club met Wednesday at the Dr. L. A. Iverson home. An educational program was presented by Mrs. Aimer Halverson. Mrs. Kermit Paulson was scheduled to present a program on Iowa bu: was unable to attend. ireamery Operators Meet at Stacyville Hall Next Thursday S T A C Y V I L L E -- T h e Iowa Jreamery Operators association will hold a banquet and convention in Visitation hall Thursday, March 9. BAKE SALE HELD JOICE--The Music Mothers totaled sales o£ $9.50 at their bake sale held at the -Abraham store They plan to hold another sale in a few weeks. Farewell Party Is Given for Hansen's T1TONKA ~ A farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen was given at their home on Monday evening by 30 of their neighbors. Lunch was served, and a social hour was -enjoyed, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen were the recipients of a lace table cloth. They are moving to the place known as the John Johnson farm one mile south o£ Algona, where they will farm the 25 acres and an additional 80 acres close by. and Grover Blunt. Only Two Days Left TO BUY AND SAVE In This Great FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY SAIL ON TRANSPORT CHARLES CITY--Lieut. Wayland Parr and his family who have been stationed at Panama, sailed on the army transport, Republic, to San Francisco, Cal., where they landed last Friday. They will journey from there to San Diego where Liutenant Parr will be stationed at Fort Rosen- era ns. Lieutenant Parr is expected to come to Charles City soon to visit his mother, Mrs. Charles Parr, who has been ill for several weeks. ' Tuberculosis Group From Hancock Will Attend Convention GARNER--Four officers of the Hancock county Tuberculosis association will represent the group at twenty-fourth annual meeting of the Iowa Tuberculosis association to be held at Des Moines Thursday and Friday, March 9 and 10. Those from here who will attend are Mrs. C. E. Barnes, Garner, county director; Mrs. W. G. Williams of Garner, county president; Mrs. H. H. Stewart of Kanawha, early diagnosis campaign chairman: and Mrs. V. A. Blomgren of Kanawha, county secretary. Mrs. Williams has been invited to serve on the state time and place committee. 1 I 19-21 FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY Farmers'. Wives and Daughters Convene East of Plymouth PLYMOUTH -- The Farmers Wives and Daughters met Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Joey Gas- tenger at their farm home four miles east of Plymouth. A buffet luncheon was served at 1 o'clock followed by a business " meeting and program. A round table was Jed by Mrs. Jake Koci. Mrs. Trevor Hughes Funeral Conducted LIME SPRINGS--The funera of Mrs. Trevor Hughes which \va: to have been held at the Methodist church Tuesday was postponed until Thursday on accoun of the blizzard. PRIMARY TEACHER RESIGNS DUMONT--Miss Daisy Craven primary teacher here the past t\vi and two-thirds years, resignei Monday to become the bride o Roy Freese, son of Mr. and Mrs Reuben Freese. They will mak their home in Chicago where Mi Freese has recently received ai appointment in civil service con nected with the postoffice. NO SCHOOL IS HELD PLYMOUTH--No school in Ply mouth consolidated schools Tues day because of the blizzard am Wednesday because of blockec roads. School re-opened Thursda AID IS ENTERTAINED BUFFALO CENTER--Mrs. P. Stenerson and Mrs, Marti Thompson entertained the Ladk aid of the Lutheran church at th church basement Wednesday aft ernoon, ^9- \iO(At^'4 MASTER-MIXED PAINT j^^ . ._ »_A» I _ . - * \ DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT! The Whole Town's Tolkin 3 New Colors, New Patterns in the Modern Manner . WALLPAPERS BRIGHTEN UP Your Kitchen 2 .98 Gallon A $3.29 Value For Only Serotone Semi-Gloss' Point Has a fresh fragrance that lasts until the paint dries. Gives walls and woodwork a rich lustrous finish. Cleans very easily. Assorted colors to choose from. Turpentine, gal. 79c IN YOUR OWN CONTAINER Kleen-Brite. . . . I9c WINDOW CLEANER 1 Lb. Putty lOc CHOICE RUBBER OR GRASS STIPPLING BRUSH lOc ©PAINT THRILLER 4-HOUR VARNISH 51.29 V A L U E ! 2-inch Brush. . . 17c 5 FT. STEP LADDER FLOOR VARNISH ?«-25 Gives beauti- f u l f i n i s h . W i t h s tands hardest wear. None f i n e r . Covers wood, c o n c r e t e , or linoleum -- 88 4-HOUR ENAMEL GLOSS 90c Gives porcelain-like f i n- isK to balh- r o o m a n d kitchen walls. For universal use. Choice of 22 colors. MASTER MIXED WAX None f i n e r ! Easy to apply. Self-polishing. Long-wearing. Save one-half on labor and paint. D r i e s quickly. WE SELL WINDOW GLASS Exclusive Patterns Sears does not buy wallpaper . . . we create it. We know Color-Perfect patterns are new and authentic! Controlled Quality Every step in the manufacture of Color-Perfect wallpaper is carefully supervised by laboratory experts: There is no guesswork in Color- Perfect quality. Sold Direct to You Made by Sears, sold by Sears . . . no middle-man's profit! That's why Color-Perfect wallpaper is one-third to two-thirds less than comparable quality! Bargain Bundles Odds and ends LE« Thin room lots. Values from lOc to 20c single roll. Closing out at smsie HOU Economy Papers Values From lOc to 20c Beautiful, n e w _ 1 9 3 9 patterns ^ · and colors for ^^*' r o o m s of all types. Single Boll Prices That Hit the Bull's-Eye! WORK SHIRT 69c It's new! Double shoulders, elbows, back yoke and underarms. Choice of solid colors. Reinforced f o r wear. LUNCH KIT 88c Well m a d e ! C o m p l e t e with pt. vacuum bottle. A N T I - F R E E Z E S K n f o r- ized h e a v y cotton. B o a t sail pockets. 15. 20. 25, 30 amp. s i z e s . S h a t t e r proof top. 67c A close-o u t! Gives positive protection! 100% - P u r e Penn. Oil! In your container, p l u s Ic Fed. Tax. Compare with S5c p l u g s ! Meets S. A. E. specifications. ALARM CLOCK 66c BATTERY G u a r a n- teedl Famous I n g r a h a m quality. Save 32c. Exch. H a s 3 2 % greater starting ability at zero. 45 plate. 24 mo.'guar. MODERNIZE YOUR HOME NOW! SAVE AT SEARS! Sears Will Arrange a Loan for You o f . $ 1 0 0 to $2,500 for Home Modernization Under the National Housing Act. Colonial Bath Outfit Aristocrat Quality 76 Complete With Trim Installing Arranged and Financed. Charming Colonial outfit combines up-to-the-minute smartness with Aristocrat quality fixtures . . . none finer! 5-ft. recess built-in bathtub of heavy east iron coated with gleaming white porcelain enamel. Square lavatory with single stream faucet. Syphon washdown closet. Complete with chrome plated fittings. SEARS. ROEBUCK AND CO 23-25-27 EAST STATE ST. MASON CITY, IOWA PHONE 803 (\

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