Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 6, 1931 · Page 5
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 6, 1931
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MARCH 6 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Much Planned for Koads. AUDUBON, March 6. (UP)-County trunk roads of Audubon county will be improved this year by expenditure of nearly 534,000, according to the county engineer's report to the cpunty board of super- vistors. On the local county roads, the supervisors have fixed a sum of $25,500 for expenditure. D A N C E TONIGHT FRIDAY MARCH 6 Music and entertainment uy the famous Jimmie Joy orchestra . . .· Brunswick Recording . . . known far and wide as "Jimmie's Sole Killers." Long engagements recently at the Brown Hotel, Louisville, .Ky.; .Coronado Hotel 1 in St. Louis; Muehlc- bach Hotel of Kansas 'City. At Mason City armory one night only. Gents SI and ladies 50c. Sponsored by Drum and Bugle corps. LIONS HOSTS TO GARNERGA6ERS Solem and C r a m e r Are Speakers at Banquet for Players. GARNER, March 6.--The .Lions club entertained the Garner high school basketball team, their fathers and a few guests at a banquet Wednesday night in the I. O. O. V. hall. Dr. B. H. Phillips presided and introduced the speakers, Coath Ossie Solera of Drake university and Dr. Cramer, athletic trainer of Drake university, who were the principal speakers. A. L. Wensel, Garner high school coach, introduced the members of the basketball team Waited S. Pritchard, president of the Linns club, and Supt. J. R Mounce gave short talks. The Garner basketball team won the county championship and also the northwest Iowa conference. They wit play in the sectional tournament at Mason City Friday. Whittemore Pastor Goes to Farm Near Fairmont WHITTEMORE, March 6.--The Rev. and Mrs. Hotchkiss moved their household goods to their farm near Fairmont, Minn., where thev will conduct a dairy farm. The Rev. Mr. Hotchkiss will return every Sunday to conduct services in the Whittemore and Cylinder Methodist churches of which he is the pastor. SUICIDE? MURDER? E aralyzed--burning with love, but helpless. What could this husband do to save his adoring wife from her battle with Nature's forces? AN aura of sweet womanhood -- Olga, -i~jL my young wife. Her rapt devotion --my growing business -- my very life-they all seemed blasted with that horrible accident. , "John," the doctors said, "you'll never walk again." I didn't tell Olga. I couldn't shatter that glow of hope in her eyes -hope that blazed with desire -- the day she met Del Raignon. To the Listeners-in on the TRUE STORY Radio Hour The following stories from the April issue of TRUE STORY Magazine will be broadcast thi» month in the TRUE STORY Hour which goes on the air each Friday night at 9 o'clock Eastern Time; 8 o'clock Central Time over the Columbia Broadcasting System. ' Because 1 Loved My Wife Why I Always Mind My Own Business She Wanted to Be Beautiful Her Son's Father The April TRUE STORY is now on the newsstands and, by getting your copy at once and reading in advance the stories to be broadcast, your enjoyment of the hoar will be greatly increased. Raignon--unscrupulous matinee idol--he knew! Helpless, I watched him play on her loving, innocent nature -- biding his time till Olga no longer could resist him. How I suffered -- prayed for her--raged with jealousy--and dropped to the dregs of despair. That night--my revolver. "Goodbye, angel-heart," I whispered and--THEN! Out on the lawn -- I saw Raignon take her -my wife--in his arms. "I can't let her live in that disgrace," I cried. Slowly I raised my revolver--carefully I took aim--and... What did John do? In that awful climax, did he kill Olga to save her from disgrace with Raignon? Or did he murder that cad --an act which would blacken him forever in the eyes of his wife -- of society --of God? What almighty miracle could have come to solve this pitiful tangle of helpless human destinies? You must read for yourself BECAUSE 1 LOVED MY WIFE -- the true, heart-rending story of a man who wheeled his way through hell in an invalid's chair --and what he finally found at the very brink of oblivion. Read BECAUSE I LOVED MY WIFE and nearly a score of other astounding real-life stories, including titles such as "His Family Love," "I Married for My Family's Sake" and "It's so Easy to Believe Evil"--all in April TRUE STORY MAGAZINE. Get your copy--read it today! HERE'S TYPEWRITING BY RADIO! A radio typewriter which transmits written messages thru the ether has tieen perfected hy Glenn W. \Vutson of Detroit. The operator merely depresses Iho keys, as in ordinary twpewrithiK, uiul each letter Is sent oiit into this other »s an impulse which is picked up by the receiver set, which is synchronized to {he sending machine und is in turn retyped hy the receiving typewriter. Photo shows Watson, right, demonstrating his device to Fred Wardell, his bn«kcr. BEGIN TEST OF BOND VALIDITY njunction Sought to Stop Special Election on Amendment. DES MOINES, March 6. (/Pi-'est of the validity of the constitu- ional amendment authorizing the 100,000,000 state road bond issue vas begun today in Pol 1 ; county dla- rict court with Judge Roy Ladd on lie bench. ' The test was authorized by a re- ent act of the legislature to provide a ruling: on constitutionality of he amendment before it is submitted to a vote. H, U. MatJiews of Qttumwa seeks an injunction restraining Gov. Dan Turner and Sec- ·etary of State G. C. Greenwalt :rom calling the special election. When the case opened today, S. A. Jaizlet filed a petition of Intervention asking dismissal of Mathews' jetition on the grounds that the law iroviding for such test suits was llegal. Judge Ladd overruled the In- :ervenor's petition and ordered Mathews' attorneys to present their case. W. B. Sloan is attorney for Mathews. He is assisted by Rep. Leonarc Simmer of Ottumwa. one of the eading opponents of the road bond Charles City News I RAGLE? Businessmen's Group at Charles City Hits Tax on Corporations CHARLES CITY, March 6.--The Charles City Businessmen's association had a dinner in the Legion hall last evening followed by a business meeting presided over by Lee Fcn- Kolt, president. The association members went on record as beinjf opposed to the income tax, especially the tax on corporations, giving as the reason it would hinder new industries from coming to Iowa. A committee was appointed to work out plans for a dollar day the date of which will ba announced later. Action was taken to install signs at the corner oC Main and Gilbert street calling attention of tourists to the business enterprises of the city. A motion was carried to appoint a committee to ask the city council to allow motorists to turn lo the right when the red litop light was "on. Charles City Clerk Sends $4,264 Check '·'~~""~tb""Retife ( Warrants ' CHARLES CITY, March 6.--J W. McGeeney, city clerk, sent a chock for ?4,2S4.SJO to A. K. Regel county treasurer, which will be usec to retire warrants issued for drain No. 10 on the south side of the river in Charles City. This action vyill do away with a lax levy o! three and three-tenths mills which was necessary to pay for the warrants and also end a matter that itas been a source of agitation for several years. Transferred to Sunnier CHARLES CITY, March 6.--Pan: Van Geldcr, who has been manager of the Diamond brothers .store for seven months, has been tr.insferrcc to Sumner, where he will move his family soon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Owens arrived from Dubuqne yes terday and Mr. Owens will succeec Mr. Van Geldor. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS Vork Starts on .New Belmond Structure BELMOND, March G.--Ground vas broken Wednesday for the new 10,000 Odd Fellows hall to be milt on lots south of the Stat iank. The building will be 77 by 41 ne story with a full basement, to 56 constructed of brick and tile. "The bride was charming ..." As the years slip by, * » · bringing to her new duties as a housekeeper, a wife and a mother will she be able to keep the charm of [radiant health? Other women have £ound that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound helps them to regain their strength after childbirth and to care for their families and attend to their housework. This famous medicine is also soldin chocolate coated tablers--jitst as effective as the liquid. Pleasant to take--Convenient ssue in the general assembly, and A. A. Herrick. H. H. Stipp and Ben J. Gibson, the latter a former attorney genera), represented Governor Turner and Secretary Greenwalt. Vtr. and Mrs. Lawrence Observe Golden Wedding CHARLES CITY, March 6.--Mr and. Mrg. Jack Lawrence observed their golden wedding anniversary yesterday. Many friends remembered 'them with gifts .cards, flowers and personal calls. Their only child, Dale Lawrence, and wife, who live here and intimate friends spent the evening following dinner at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence j were- married in Charles City. Mrs j Lawrence's maiden name was Mary Eleanor Harvey. A daughter, Mrs. George Lotson, of Dea Moines died a few months ago. Meservey Junior Class Students to Give Play MESERVEY, March 6.--The high school juniors are busy practicing for their play, "The Greater Commandment," to be given the last week in March. NEW AUXILIARY HOLDS MEETING Unit at Fredericksburg Has First Session; Heads Are Elected. FREDERICKSBURG, March 6.-The newly organized unit of the American Legion auxiliary held its first meeting at the Dr. I/. P. Rich home Wednesday afternoon and elected tiro following officers: President, Mrs. Mildred Rich; first vice president, Mrs. Claude Woap; second vlco president, Mrs. Nona Horrlck;'secretary, Mrs. Vern Upham; treasurer, Mrs. Clifford Morgan; chaplain, Mrs. Ursa Rhea; historian, Mrs. Florence Upham; executive committee, Mrs. Otto Shulz, Mrs. G. A. Mattke and Mrs. Elizabeth Jahnson. To Suspend Tractor Building. CHICAGO, March 6. 7Pl -The International Harvester company will suspend production of tractors at its Milwaukee, Wis., plant about March 15, This is considerably earlier than usual. Site for Sioux City Postoffice Selected WASHINGTON, March 6. UP-Provided the site can bo procured within the amount available for Us purchase, the new federal building at Sioux City, will be located on the north half of block S bounded by Sixth, Pearl and Douglas streets. CHARLES CITY, Marcli G.-- .Tudgc Frederick C. Hill of Clinton III., member of the board of lecture ship of the First Church of Chris Scientist, Boston, will lecture at th Ellis auditorium Friday evening. Joe Wheeler of Albany, N. Y., i visiting at the A. R. Melrose am John Petry homes. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brown ar visiting Mr. Brown's parents, Mr and Mrs. E. G. Brown and Mrs Brown's aimt, Esther Barnes. Mi Brown has been employed with th Oliver Equipment company in Sa Antonio until Feb. 1.. Mrs. W. E. Burkhort and daugl: ter returned to their home in Dubuque, concluding a. two week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hauser. A message came from Los Angeles, .stating that Mrs. Paul Lockenvitz has died and funeral services were held there Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lockenvitz moved west about 13 years ago. They had many relatives and friends here. Dr. W. L. Griffin accompanied by his father.- P. R. Griffin left for California yesterday. He expects to be away three weeks. Representative and Mrs. Roy Sonr.i returned last night from Cedar Falls where they visited their daughter who has been in the hospital. S. B. Miller is in the Colonial hospital at Rochester, Minn., where he will be confined for some time. Mrs. Wolcott to Be Buried at Lakota LAKOTA, March 5.--Word was received here Thursday morning that Mrs. L,'. G. Wolcott died at her home at Mankato after several days illness with scarlet fever. The body will be brought to Lalcota for burial. Sho leave? her husband and t.ine children. Tlic Wolcolts were formerly residents here but moved to Mankato about, a year ago. Iowa Girl is Made Happy : ANY limes n child lias everything lo mnkc her happy .and slill is dissatisfied. This may not he the youngster's fault. Often it is due lo a condition easily corrected. Take the experience of Mrs. 1C. T. TIcefiior, ;W_3 .Hir.kman SI., DCS Moines, who says: "Nothing seemed to please Donna. She was fretful, feverish, had no energy or appetite. She was constipated. "I thought of California Fig Syrup nnd got some for Donna. It relieved her trouble promptly; made her bright and happy again. \Vc have used it for five years." Mothers by thousands praise this pure vegetable product. Children love it. Doctors recommend it to relieve constipation, feverishness, fretfulncss, headaches; lo open the bowels'in colds or children's ailments. Appetite is increased by the use of California Fig Syrup; brcalh is sweetened; coated tongue is cleared; digestion and assimilation are aided; weak bowels and stomach arc strengthened. For your protection, the genuine always bears tlic name California. LAXATIVE-TONIC/or CHILDREN DAMON'S, MASON CITY'S CHEERFUL SERVICE STORE 0 New 1931 Fabrics in Cottons Extraordinary Values in Smart Plain Weaves and Glorious Prints PRINTED BROADCLOTH 39c yard » Fancy sport patterns and beautiful floral designs, 36 inches wide and a full mercerized quality. Regular 59c values. PERCALES 14c yard Fast color percales in a large variety of patterns to select from. Ideal for housedresses, quilts, pajamas 'and many other uses. TINKER BELL PRINTS A Peter Pan Printed Fabric 29c yard Mercerized prints in the season's new printed patterns. Nationally advertised. Note our new low price on this wonderful cloth. Linfast Suiting 39c yard Linen finish suiting in plain colors! Guaranteed fast colors. You 'will be well pleased with the lustre and soft finish of this cloth. VALERA VOILES 29c yard Just received another shipment of Valera Printed Voiles. Guaranteed fast color. Before planning your new wardrobe, be sure and see our new Printed Voiles. SILK PONGEE Natural Color Only 29c yard SATURDAY ONLY 12 Mommee Silk Pongee, 33 inches wide and all pure silk. ' CANDY -- CANDY -- CANDY SATURDAY ONLY ISc pound Chocolates in six assorted flavors--Peanut Brittle--Mint Mixed Nut Center Hard Candies.

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