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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 24, 1936
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TWELVB MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 24 1936 sr c tSE Ult 5E8 iea- "a clo SO Mason City's Calendar March 25--Organization meeting of Cerro Gordo Safety council at - 6:30 p. m. in Hotel Hanford. March 30-31--High schol operetta, "The Prince of Pilsen," high school auditorium, 8:15 p. m. April 1-4--Tenth annual Kiwanls- Y. M. C. A. bobby show for boys at Y. M. C. A. March 14--Special XT. C, T. mem. bership campaign meeting, Hotel Eadmar, 7:30 p. m. April 14--Post Lenten dance sponsored by St. Katherine's Guild of St John's church at Hotel Hanford. April 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishing show at high school gymnasium. Here In Mason City Kent our waxers and floor sanding machine. We'll deliver. R. S. Shepherd Wallpaper. Ph. 1362. The Pioneer boys' club meetings Monday night in the Y. M. C. A. were attended by 125. Reviews were studied for the Bible examinations to be held next week, each leader to give the tests to the boys in his group. The highest point winner will receive a New Testament at the hobby show award night. A number of papers written--as the examination will also be displayed at the hobby show. Safety deposit boxes open 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Reasonable. Mason City Loan and Investment Co. Morgan McEnaney, 403 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following treatment The Mason City Dyers anfl Cleaners has completed the installation of a new tumbler which dries and deodorizes clothes and other articles after they have been cleaned. Carl Barney, Clear Lake, who ha been ill at the Mercy hospital, 'ex pects to return to his home Wed nesday. Miss Myrtle Carfey, 107 Thir teenth street northeast, has retun ed to her work at the Northwester Bell Telephone company after being ill for the past week. PLANS MADE FOR BUILDING SHOW APRIL 14, 15, 16 0 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for the re publican nomination for re-election to the office of clerk of the district court of Cerro Gordo county at the June primary. ' S. H. MacPEAK Church of Christ to Hold Midweek Service The fourth in a series of pre- Easter prayer services will be held at the Church of Christ Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The topic for the series is "Teach Us to Pray." All of the separate subjects are taken from the Lord's Prayer, the one for Wednesday night being, "Forgive Us Our Trespasses." D. L. Kratz, the pastor of the Church of Christ, will have charge of the lesson and a vocal solo will be presented by Floyd Hape. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. G. O. Heinselman, Plymouth was admitted to the Park hospita ; Monday for treatment. ? W. Hi Davison, 124 Jefferson ave- \ nue northwest, was dismissed from ', the Mercy hospital Monday fo-llow- t ing a major operation. · Mrs. Peter Motland, Osage, was * admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Jess Field, 1135 First street ' southwest, was dismissed from the ^ Mercy hospital Monday following s treatment. v . Fred Boyken, Titonka, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Mrs. Frances Dunkbar, .Garner, if was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following treatment. " Richard Barr, 211 First street H southwest, was dismissed from the IT. Park hospital Monday following a |° major operation. ,'jj, Mrs. Raymond Johnson, route 3, 'y, was admitted to the Mercy hospital si Monday for a major operation, *' John Lynch, Charles City, was "j dismissed from the Park hospital o Monday following treatment, ·if Erwin Ferr, 330 Second street * ! northeast, was admitted to the ',,, Mercy hospital Monday for a major 5 operation. Authorized Carburetor Service Genuine Carter and Sfromberg Parts J A C O B Y Battery and Electric Service 110 S. Delaware Phone 319 Repairing Electric Motor By Experienced Men New Motors Bought and Sold £a@!c Bros. ELECTRIC CO. SOS Second S. W. Phone 877 MORE INTERES IN BUILDING HOMES EVEN Will Be Held at High Schoo Gym in Afternoons and Evenings. Plans for making the fourth an nual building and home furnlshin show to be held April 14, 15 and 1 at the high school gymnasium su perior to any held here in the pas were made at a meeting of th sponsoring organization, the Nort Iowa Builders exchange, and ex hibitors at the Hotel Hanford Tuos day noon. The general scheme of the sho will be similar to those of othe years, but plans are oeing wor',ce rat to make the project of greatfe interest to the public than ever. 11 general feeling among those at th meeting was that economic reco\ ery has proceeded to the poin where interest in the building ain furnishing of homes will be mor evident this season than it has fo a number of years. The meeting was turned ever b Jay Tubbesing, president c-f the ei change, to Mark Harpster, chai man of the show committee, unde whose leadership discussion of va ious phases of the enterprise too place. A special effort is to be made a this year's event to add to the ap pearance of the. show. Toward th end the suggestion was made tha young women be J3fld as doorkeej ers. The doors of the show will open a 1 o'clock in the afternoon and re main open until 9:30 o'clock in th evening. Music for the occasion wi be supplied by the Power string tri States Mechanical Congressmen Would Do Just as Wei Melvin Kollman, young Rockfon fanner, addressed the Townsem club No. 1 at the P. G. and B. auditorium Monday evening. "The machine age might seni mechanical congressmen instead of iiose we now have," he said "We would be just as well off." The program included entertainment by David, William and Alice Jrbers and William Roark in an orchestra and Ed Miller in a series if magician's tricks. C. M. Button, district organizer, ontinued a drive for membership, jringlng the enrollment of the club o 800, officers said. Mr. Sutton is planning a series of meetings the coming week, ap- jearing at the high school at lockford Tuesday evening, at the Union Memorial parsonage in Mason City Wednesday evening al :30 o'clock, Thursday evening at e city hall in Rockwell, Friday evening at the school in Rock ls, Saturday night at Kensett Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock al Dougherty, Monday evening ai 7:30 o'clock at the P. G. and E auditorium here and March 31 ai Clear Lake. [iall Memorial Day Speaker at Waterloo WATERLOO, UP)--W. Earl Hall iason City, managing editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, former state commander of the American jegion, will be the memorial day speaker in Waterloo, it was announced Tuesday. JimmJe Walkers Get Custody of Baby Girl CHICAGO, (iP)---Former Mayor fames J. Walker of New York and lis wife Monday were granted custody of the baby girl they sought to adopt from a suburban Evanston child placing home. Walker and his wife, the former Jetty Compton of the stage, said hey planned to take the 6 weeks ld infant with them to New York mmediately. Flush Kidneys of Acid and Poisons Gain in Health and Stop Getting Up Nights When kidneys are clogged they iecome weak--the bladder is irri- ated--often passage is scanty and marts and burns--sleep is restless nd nightly visits to the bathroom re frequent. The right safe harmless and inexpensive way to stop this trouble nd restore healthy action to kid- eys and bladder is to get from ny druggist a 35-cent box of Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules and take as directed--you won't e disappointed. But be sure and get GOLD IEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules--the riginal and genuine--right from iaarlem in Holland--a grand kid- ey stimulant and diuretic. Re- Tember also that other symptoms f kidney and bladder trouble are ackachc, leg cramps, puffy eyes, ·joist palms and nervousness. At Tire School W. H. HOWARD L. H. GREEN W. H. Howard, Atlas tire sales promoter, and L H. Green, dealer salesman of Mason City, left Monday night for a three day Atlas tire school being conducted by the Standard Oil company at Detroit, Mich. This will include visit to factories and other educational points of interest In the city. The two Mason City men will be accompanied by H. A. Steddom, dealer salesman of Sac City, and D. D. Koggensack, Waukon, employed in the ,«ame capacity. The men are being given this trip and special train- Ing as a reward for outstanding sales accomplishments in their respective sales territories. Members of sales organizations from the 31 Standard Oil company divisions throughout the middle west will be in attendance at this meeting. GARFIELD SCHOOL REMODELING TO BEGIN ON APRIL 1 ·"upils to Be Housed in Other Buildings Last Two Months of School. The Holvik and Peterson construction firm will be given possession of the Garfield school premises an April 1 for starting the general remodeling program of the building, the school directors voted at an adjourned meeting held Monday afternoon. With details of financing the 'art of the cost not furnished in he general grant from the federal government ironed out, the board .ecided to get the construction work under way as soon as possible n order to have the building com- ileted by the time school opens in the fall. Arrangements will be made to house the pupils of the school in nearby buildings during the remaining two months of school. De- ails of this, however, will be worked out later. The 527,500 needed by the district for the project will be paid ·ith tax anticipation warrants ·hich will be taken up when money rom taxes voted at the last school lection become available. The meeting was in reality called or the purpose of taking steps o refund a 540,000 issue of school jonds maturing May 1. Because cer- ain blanks from Chapman and Cuter, Chicago law firm passing on le validity of bonds, had not ar- ived, the matter was postponed or consideration to another ad- ourned meeting next Monday. !ars Being. Pulled Out Near Riceville Highway No. 9 from Davis Corner o Riceville is not passable and it as been necessary for several days maintain equipment for pulling utomobiles out of the mud, the Maon City office of the maintenance epartment of the Iowa state high- ay commission was notified Tues- ay morning.. It was the hope of ic highway commission engineers bat part of the traffic on the high- ay could be diverted to other iada. The road over this stretch particularly bad because it was irn up for the beginning of pave- ,ent operations last fall. Former Kesident Dies. RUDD--Mrs. P. E. Moley, for- erly of Rudd, died at Long Beach, al. She was buried March 20. MATTERY TO GIVE TALK TO COUNTY SAFETY COUNCIL Organization Session to Be Wednesday; Wallace to Speak Also. John C. Hattery, chief of the Iowa highway patrol, will be among the speakers at the organization meeting of the Cerro Gordo county safety council to be held at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock, it was announced Tuesday. Chief Hattery will appear on the program together with Lew Wai- FOR PEDESTRIAN On Mason City resident in sending in her reservation for the safety council organization dinner at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday specified most specifically that she was interested in what was to be done for the pedestrian in the safety movement. lace, head of the state motor vehicle department, and Phil H. Sproul, executive secretary of the Iowa State safety council, the latter appearing mainly to assist with the organization plans. Sponsors of the meeting, which will set up one of what is hoped will be 99 county units in the state, have extended a welcome to all "organizations in the community interested in the safety movement. Indications are that there will be a large gathering for the occasion. M'CLOUD GIVEN FIVE YEAR TERM Sentenced to Penitentiary on Plea of Guilty to Assault Charge. Nick McCloud, 27 year old Mexican ex-convict who gave his address as 620 ,i Sixth street southwest, wag entenced by Judge Joseph J. Clark Tuesday to serve five years in the tate penitntiary at Fort Madison n his plea of guilty to a county at- orney's information charging him vith assault with intent to commit obbery. McCloud was arrested by Mason City police early Sunday morning fter he had struck John Lynch, Charles City, over the head with a rank. County Attorney Frederick B. haffer represented the state. Leo Allstot Takes Five National Pistol Events Four Seconds, Third Given to Mason City Expert in Winter Match. 7 ive Arrested for Traffic Violations Three traffic violators forfeited 1 each in traffic court Tuesday and wo were sentenced to traffic school y Police Judge Morris Laird. Those who forfeited bonds were Sale Bull, 115 Thirteenth street lortheast, passing a stop sign; Mrs. =1. M. Duvall, 940 Pennsylvania av- nue northeast, double parking; and Harry Dearmin, 24 Seventh street southeast, improper parking. Arthur Ellis, 412 First street outhwest, and W. J. O'Brien, 512 Carolina avenue southeast, were ach sentenced to traffic school fol- owing their arrests on charges of .ouble parking. )evotional Meeting at Presbyterian Church The second Lenten devotional leeting of the First Presbyterian lurch will be held Wednesday eve- ling at 7:30 o'clock in the church, he series continues in a study of he model prayer which Jesus gave o the disciples. Wednesday evening the group will inquire into the mean- ng, nature, promotion, progress and f the kingdom of God. This service s open to everyone interested in eepening the devotional life during bis season leading up to Easter. VENETIAN BLINDS 1 SUNLIGHT and VEHTILATIOM £*» HO** OWKS, /**" HOTELS, FACTORY KAUFMAN TmeSm BHnds off« cuunmicpee, buuuty and longer Kfe. Hnast materials and TrocJonflnstrip. Ltxfet and cbr directed by easy flnser tip ontzoL Lifetime cooatrtfition onto* eo*t lea* in Joaff rra* tfasa ** BUY DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER AND SAVE MONEY fall infcnnatiai. Estimate made to yoor speciatiaDS. Addrcsft KAUFMAH W1I8DO W SHADE CO. Drpt. 312, 31st and Main St., Kansas city, Missouri FHA Loans can be made at your bank BALD-NO-MORE GROWS HAIR Stops falling hair, dandruff, itching scalp and overcomes dry scalp and hair. A trial will convince you. Sold by Huxtable Drug 116 South Federal Company Phone 921 Five first places, four seconds, and one-third prize out of 10 national pistol matches are included in the enviable record set by Sergt. Lee Allstot-of the Mason City police department during the present indoor range season. The announcement was made from National Rifle association headquarters, through G. E. Andrews, secretary of the Cerro Gordo Rifle club. Inc.. local marksmen's organization. The Mason City expert was first the free pistol match, firing a course of 60 shots at 50 feet for a 553 score; won the .22 caliber slow fire match, firing a 40-shot course for a total of 381; was first in the individual police championship at 20 yards, with 285. The police championship included a match course of 10 shots slow, 10 rapid, and 10 timed fire, with the service arm, any cen-* ter fire pistol. Sergeant AJlstot also took first in the individual .22 caliber' military championship, shooting the same course of fire as in the police championship, but at 50 feet. He score a 291 in the event. Using a heavie arm, the .38 caliber pistol, he wo the slow fire 50 foot event wit a 371. Shooting the match course of 3 shots, slow, timed and rapid fire, h scored a 288 to take second in th individual .22 caliber pistol cham pionship, 50 foot match. He als scored second with a 385, in th timed fire, .38 caliber contest shooting a 40-shot course at 50 feet. The Mason Cityan's other secom places were won in* the slow fire .3i caliber, 50 foot match, in which hi scored 361 for a 40-shot course, ani n the individual .22 caliber cham jionship at 20 yards, firing 30-shot match course, slow, timed and rapid. He scored 293 in the lat ter event. His single third place was won in the 25 foot match, shooting 40-shot course in slow fire, over which he scored 3S2. LEO ALLSTOT Meeting on Processing Taxes Will Be Held in Courthouse on Friday Steps for the formation of an organization to recover processing taxes- paid to packers and millers will be taken at a meeting at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening in the courthouse, according to announcement by J. C. Johnson. This meeting will he for the establishment of a county setup, it was said, to function as part of a state and eventually a national organization. Sewer Gas Causes Blast. WAUKON, tffl--Sewer gas released when he removed the lid of a manhole was believed to have exploded a gasoline torch in the hands of Victor Zoll, waterworks superintendent, who suffered painful burns about his arms, hands and upper body. DIXIE BLOCK COAL $6.50 Per Ton Exclusive bat NOT Expensive, Call us for prices oj other Coal. Dixie Block Coal Co. Phone 715 528 Second St. N. W. FEET HURT? RELIEF INl MINUTE! Apply New Do Luxe Dr, SchoITs 2ino-pads on any sore or sensitive ·pot on your feet, toes, heela, or on Callouses, Bunions, or have instant relief! They »top ·hoe friction and prenurc; prevent ·ore toes and blii- tera; cue ti|ht Eoa. Also remove ccnu or callouses. Pleah color; waterproof. Sold everywhere. Or Scholl's Starter Generator and IGNITION SERVICE Central Auto Electric Co. NEXT TO FIRE STATION 23 First Street Southwest Phone 494 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. FIHBSIHB FUEL CO. Phone 888 USED ONLY $700 ON 7 MONTH TRIP THROUGH EUROPE Reuben Hall Tells Junior Chamber Experiences of Travels. How he spent a delightful seven months in Europe, making numerous friendships as well as seeing several countries, at a cost of only S700 was described Monday night by Reuben Hall, Hanlontown, in an address to the Junior division of the Chamber of Commerce. Such extensive travel on such a limited amount, however, requires considerable ingenuity and Mr. Hall included in his narrative some of the methods he used in a foreign land for keeping expenses to a minimum. Considering that he frequently was in places where he could not understand the language, this provided some unusual experiences. Usd Bicycle Considerably. Mr. Hall attended the International co-operative school at Basil. Switzerland. He emphasized the Helps Hearing It is estimated that 10 per cent of our population suffer in some degree from deafness. But a Chicago chemist estimates that 75 per cent of ear troubles are preventable. 'Must of us would be surprised," says Milton Folds, "if we know how much foreign matter, such as dust and dirt, hardened wax, etc., becomes congested and prevents proper hearing." OURINE, originated by a world-famous European specialist, is prepared for deafness, aead noises, earache, ringing and buzzing in ears. If you suffer or worry, get OURINE today. Relief s quick--costs only a few cents a day. Money back if not satisfied. Sold at your FORD H O P K I N S DRUG STORE scenic beauties of the Swiss Alps in his talk. Travels through Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, and Norway were described. Much of his trip was made on a bicycle. Musical numbers on the Junior Chamber program included a flute solo by Bob Major with Dorothy Evans as accompanist and a baritone solo by Harold Raizes with Ruth Buehler accompanist. Jack Bobier announced that the Junior Chamber will hold a dance for members and their friends on April 14, the organization taking over the Surf for this night. Carroll Swift' is also on this committee. If this is successful financially, 'the members will be given a free dance in the spring. Because of this date, the April meetings will be April 6 and 20. Will Send Delegation. The local Junior Chamber is making plans to send a delegation to the state convention April 17 and IS at Davenport.' Bob Davison was named chairman with Carroll Swift as assistant for the spring cleanup campaign the first part of May. Appreciation for the Junior Chamber's part in the Junior college basketball tournament was voiced by Dean S. L. Rugland. President Fred Wagner named John Strom chairman of the grapevine committee to succeed Bob Mace, who has opened an optical shop in Fort Dodge. Bowling awards were given winners of 1934 and 1935 by Mr. Wagner and Bob Stoyles. who was president the previous year. Guests at the meeting included R. M. Hall. Herb Pike, Jay Ven- delboe, Clarence Andrews, Bud Wells, and Raymond Hursey. Charles Dalin led the singing, with Raymond LaGasse playing the piano. Are in Twin Cities. THOMPSON--Mrs. Agnes Christiansen and sister, Mrs. C. J. Jensen of GraetUnger motored to the Twin Cities Sunday where they went to do spring buying for the Briardale store. They will return Wednesday. MEMORIAL GROUP ELECTS OFFICERS FOR '36 PROGRAM Plans Started for Memorial Day Observance in Mason City. The Memorial association, made up of representatives of veterans, auxiliaries and other patriotic bodies, held ils 1936 organization meeting at the courthouse Monday evening. The following officers were elected: N. G. Thome, honorary chairman; George Fickcn, chairman; Dr. C. L., Marston, vice chairman; Mrs. H. W. Ditch, secretary; Mrs. J. W. Cummings, treasurer, and Con Helbig, officer of the day. Chairman Ficken appointed the following committees: C. W. Barlow, Lowell L. Forbes and Garrett Chapman, speakers; Mrs. Claude Thomas and Mrs. George Winchcll, schools, and Mr. Ficken, flag pole. The next meeting of the organization, which is making plans for the observance of Memorial day in Mason City, will be held at the courthouse April 13 at 7:30 o'clock. Membership of Local Legion Reaches 425 The total membership of Clausen- Worden post of the American Legion is 425 with a quota of 513 set for the year, Commander Garrett Chapman announced Tuesday, following a meeting of a group carrying on a drive Monday night. The campaign will continue, Commander Chapman stated. Coming to Mason City HOTEL CERRO GORDO Tuesday, March 31 FROM 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. And Monday Evening, March 30 8 P. M. to 9 P. M. RETURN EVERY 28 DAI'S Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D. The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. I will make my regular visit on the above date and will be glad to see those afflicted with rectal or chronic trouble. 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