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Mason City News on This Page MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1931 Lasosa 's aarch 9--Mason City school elec tion. ; March S--Wrre-Hill, baritone, Civic Music association concert at high school auditorium. A March 18, 19, 30 and 21--Mason City's annual spring opening. Mason City Horace S. Boomer, X-Ray Es traction of Teeth. Penney Bldg. Tree, and Flower talk's, WCCO 8:30 a. m. Farm Loans--Prompt service. Ac now frr spring. W. L. Patton, 10 East State Street. Firestone Batteries like Firestone Tires are. the best of quality. Phone 2584. Brewer Tire and Battery Co "Such fine Cleaning and what lov prices," they say. Men's suits 50c Women's plain dresses 50c. Men'; topcoats 75c. Women's spring coat: j 75c. Every garment called for ani delivered. Wonderful, guarantee! cleaning. Phone 49. New Model Unique, 104 South Federal. Mrs. J.' W. Mackett, 125 Fourth street northwest, has been confincc. to her home for the past three dayt with an attack of influenza. ' RUSSELL GREEN FORFEITS BOND Disorderly Conduct, Speed ing, Intoxication Charges Fill Blotter. Russell Green, Sac City, forfeited . a 5100 bond when he failed to ap pear at police court Monday morn Sng to answer a charge of reckless driving. He was arrested at Firs street and -North Federal avenue Saturday night- Nels Anderson, Hampton; . Al fred Christensen and Joseph Chris tiansen, both of Scarville,- were each fined $10' and costs on. charges Â·.of intoxication. . "~ - n'd' ; San TesdahV'Boone', Â· each' for foiled ?15 bonds- when they failet to appear to answer charges of in. toxication. I/eRoy Dunn, Mason City, was Â· fined $15 and costs for speeding After being pursued thru town on Federal avenue Dunn's car left the road on a curve near the sugar faeel plant. Dunn was uninjured. Maynard Anderson, 252 Eighth street northeast, forfeited a 51 bond ^tor failure to appear to answer a disorderly- conduct charge Lewis Griffith and Victor Heime- vitch, both of Mason City' each forfeited $10 bonds on charges ol speeding. Raymond Howard, 724 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, was arrested at his home Saturday night anci charged with disorderly conduct. Lazo Radmanovich, Mason City, charged with disorderly conduct, was fined $50 and costs. PrC'Easter Services Conducted at Y. M. C. A. |:, A 40 minute Pre-Easter devotional service was held Monday morning at 11 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. The meeting was sponsored by the .Mason City Ministerial association. ,'*jhe Rev.. Robert Morgan Reden|' laugh of the St. John's Episcopal hurch was the leader for the morn- l ; |g worship. His. theme was. "Fun', ,amentals of the Christian Faith." For the tropics, special golf balls I are used to stand the heat. Even in '-this country we have seen a golfer ;ian his ball for a long time with his club before hitting it.--Punch. For Sale: $650 will buy owner's Â· e q u i t y -- approximately ?1,800--in a $6,500 contract for deed. Modern five room bungalow with garage, located at 1032 1st St. S. W. Contract payments $50 per month. Now renting for $50 per month. For Further Information, write ECK ROS Phono 134 Kresgo Bldg.. Daly Epigrams! The diamond 1s the hardest- known substance--to get. W.JDlLYCo HKATIN0 North Iowa's Home Newspaper 156 NORTH MUSICIANS WILL BE DIRECTED BY KING, PRESCOTT '47 Towns.to Be Represente at Teachers' Sessions by Musicians. One hundred fifty-six musicians selected from North Iowa school' will compose the membership of, th. North Central band which will, plaj in Mason City Thursday, March IE as one of the features of the con yention of the North Central divis ion of the Iowa Teachers' associa tion. Instructions have been sent tc members of the band and prepara tions have been progressing for sev eral weeks. Karl L. King, Port Dodge, note bandmaster and pomposer of ban music, will be present and will' di rect one number on the program which'he has written. Gerald R Prescott, Mason City high school di rector and leader of the band which won the 1930 state championship will conduct the band for other num bers on the program. 47 Towns Represented. The 47 towns which will be repre seuted by members in the band are Alexander, Algona, Armstrong Ayrshire, Belmond, Britt, Hurt Clarion, Clear Lake, Dayton, Dows Eagle Grove, Eldora, Emmetsburg Estherville, Fertile, Forest City, Ft Dodge, . Garner. Hampton, Ida Grove, Kensett. Â· Klemmei Ledyard, Livermore Luverne, Mallard, -Manly, Manson Marble Rock,' Msservey, Nashua Northwopd, Osage, Peterson, Plym outh, Renwick, Rockford, ' Rolfe Sheffield, Stanhope, Thornton, Web ster City, Spirit Lake, Le Mars, Des Moiues, Mason City. Members 'of the committee In charge of the band are: John H Orth, Ft. Dodge, chairman; Rudolph Timmel, -Hurt, equipment; Josepl Westby, ForestrCity, banquet; Reu N; Cook, Sheffield, appearance John iKopecky, Clear Lake, Infor Â·EftaUonV - Herbert-Engelbrecht, Bel inont, practice rooms; Earl Josten Estherville, lighting, scenery, seat ing, ventilation.. ' Banquet to Be Feature. One of the features of the events of the day will be the bandmasters banquet at 5:15 o'clock in the .after noon at Hotel Hanford. At this tim the bandmasters attending the var ious sessions will have an oppor tunity to get together and discuss problems of common interest Prominent bandleaders are expectec to be on the program. The program on the band day will start at 9:15 o'clock in the morning in the Y. M. C. A. with general rehearsals. At 10:30 o'clock sectional rehearsals will be staget and at 1:15 o'clock another genera rehearsal will b'e held. The concert will be presented by this mass bane at 7:15 o'clock in the evening in the high school auditorium. Considerable. time has been devoted to the preparation for the concert and each of the musicians has received instructions so that on the day the band is gathered for the first time it is expected the musicians will play well together. Difficult numbers are on the pro gram. 17 Counties Co-Operate. Seventeen counties in northern Iowa are co-operating for the event Two hundred fifty applications, representing the best players; for membership were received for the band on Dec. 20/1930. These were then sifted down to 156 players. Forty- six section helpers were'"'then notified. Bulletins have been sent to the players, regarding repair of instruments, practices, interpretation and fitness. Final instructions will be sent to players and bandmen March 14. . ' Section instructors will be: Flute and piccolo--L. Dillon/ Northwood; Mias Inez Archer, Peterson; William Rae, Mason City; Miss Marjaret Gray, Kensett; oboe and Engish horn--John Kopecky, Clear Lake.- Alto and bass clarinets-Joseph Westby, Forest City; V. Barret, Ledyard. Will Help Bassoonists. Bassoons--John H. Orth, Ft. Dodge; Don Walters. Shell Rock. Upon Receipt of each application the wheels )f our well organized institu- ;ion move rapidly, so that no time is lost in providing our clients with cash loans, large or small. UNITJD SERVICE* INC. TO PLAY IN BAND TWO WILL DIRECT BAND ' " Â·. La--"- - IOVRL L. KING Fort Dodge Composer GERALD R: PRESCOTT Mason City Leader Solo and first B clarinets--H. Spot void, Manson; Joe Uzel, Hampton O. D. Potter, Mason City. Secom and third B clarinets--Lee J. Stew art, Clarion; Bruce Lybarger Osage; Ralph Geer, Swaledale; Ton- Wells, Mason City; Thomas Davies Manly; A. H.'Piper, Ayshire; Victor Lunn, Nashua. Alto and tenor saxophones--S. Spotvold, Manson; Wesley L Schuab, Webster City; Harry Green Mason City. Baritone and bass sax Â·ophones--Rudolph. Tinnel, Burt Adolph Kramer, Charles City Wayne Pringle, Mason City. Cornets and trumpets, C. J. Johnson, Algona Will Urenn, Plymouth;' L. E. Cock riel, Livermore; Edward Brand Dows; Reul N. Cook, Sheffield Charles Starr, Mason City; Marion McCorquedale, Mason City. French horns--Earl Josten, Estherville; Miss Maxine Cauver, Marble Rock. Trombones--Floyd Fraser Klemme; Henry Killinger, Dayton Lloyd Swartley, Le Mars; A. R Edgar, Des-Molnes; Sidney Sanbfirn Mason City. Baritones--Karl Boh Â·len, .Alexander; L, G. Schweitzre Eagle Grove, Tubas--W. A. Storer, Mason City S. A. Wood, JSmraetsburgr; C. D Lowel, Eldora. Percussion--Herben Engdlbrecht, Belmond; Forest Jacobs, Mason City. Students Are Named. Students who will be in the ba are: Flutes and piccolos--lona Cramer, Esthervile; Arthur Edwards, Fort Dodge; Rosa Gugger, Renwick; Julian Saper, Eldora; John Robertson, Mason City; Margaret Vanderbough, Armstrong. Oboes and Euglish ho'rn--John Alderson, Osage; Raymond Hughes, Mason City; Helen Meiers, Eldora; Beulah Nelson, Osage. Alto clarinets --Lucille Atkinson, Mason City; Jack Daugherty, Mason City; Frances Phillips, Eldora. Play Bass Clarinets Bass clarinets--Everet Hermanson, Mason City; Eileen Modlin, Eldora; Kenneth Moore, Mason City. Bassoons--Arlene Bentz, M a s o n -ity; Lila Morris, Mason City; Marion Â· Wofus, Nashua. Solo and first B clarinets--Bertha Baumbach, Nashua; Alton Berg- jren, Stanhope; Byrl Brock, Claron; Vance Hilliard, Eatherville; Solshon Kornegar, Rockford; Ar- :hur Larige, Northwood; Richard Niver, Luverne; Dorothy Saunders, Plover; Duane Stewart, Manson; James Thompson, F.ort Dodge; Dougla Waller, Garner; Robert Ziemer, Clarion. Second B clarinets--Francis Barr, Vtarble Rock; Marjorie Bosworth, Manly; Elmer Bruna, Mason City; Alice Coates, Nashua; Bernard Demorstky, Webster City; Winifred bowler, Eldora; Robert Hall, Es- :herville; Jean Hill, Osage; Royal rlintzman. Clear Lake; Charles Kretzmeyer, Algona; Virginia Lewis, Sldora; Mllo Rodemeyer, Sheffield; ioward Roas, Mason City; Margie louse, Ayrshire; Roger Sanborn, Jason City; Ethel Sell, Fort Dodge; l.eland Snell, Plymouth; Paul Spal- a, Brjtt; Williard Tillson, Livermore; Phillip Thorson, Forest City; Ralph Wareham, Peterson. Third B clarinets--David Berning- musen, Nashua; Ray Burrell, Masoh City; Allen Campbell, Emmcts- mrg; Eugene Dukate, Clarion; Paul 2bert, Northwood; A. J. Gamm, Jr., Sheffield; . Jane Gjellefald, Forest City; Orris Herfindahl, Mason City; Dotty MacCulock, Nashua; Milton tfartt. Mason City; Arlo' Martin. Mallard; Vera Naser, Britt; Donald ^arsons, Algona; Dorrance Peteron, Dayton Ronald Rawson, Clear ^ake; Charles Rector, Spirit Lake; 3wain Richey, Dayton; Glen Rye, Northwood; Ralph Shannon, Garler; Darline Sturtevant or Norma Atwood, Armstrong; Delorice Swanon, Dayton; Floris Westly, Manly Saxophone Show Given. Alto saxophones--Farline Barr Marble Rock; LaVerne Butz, Meservey; Gordon Hoard, Rolfe;.Florence O'Connor, Stanhope; John Sheffield, Clarion. Tenor Saxophones--Jeane Ericson, Mason City; George Goely, Bel- mond; Elmer Handy, Forest City Marie MacGregov, Nashna. Bass saxophones--June Scherping Mason City. Baritone saxophones -- Charles, Schumacer, Thornton; Durwarc Smith, Mason City; Marian. Wayer- man, Dows. Solo and first B cornets--Annabelle Bowen, Peterson; Albert English, Clarion; Leon Goss, Mason City; Tilmer Halverson, Ledyard or Kenneth Thompson; Paul Higdon Britt; Elaina Kirk, Fertile; John Young, Mason City; Gloyd Resor Manly; Doris Russell, Belmond Robert Saunders, Plover; Frances Wite, Clear Lake. Second and third B cornets--Harold Freese, Dows; Marvin Hasklns Eagle Grove; Harold Hanson, Es therville; Carroll Hortli, Hampton Edwin Manus, Burt; Sterling Pru sia, Mason City; Howard Schweer Masoa City; Walter Sell, For Dodge. Play French Horns. _ French horns--Marybelle Liuds ley, Nashua; Jean Maxson, Marbl Rock; Gilbert McEwen, Mason City Clayton Schlick, Mason City; OrvilK Smith, loa Grove; Marlys Swan Fort Dodge; Virginia Thomas, For Dodge; Stanley Willson, Mason City and John Young, Mason City. Baritones--Myron Bohlen, Alexander; Marie Cramer, Estherville Richard Deiner, Spirit Lake; Bruce Kingsbury, Osage; Glade Sperry, Mason City; Charles Stevens, Norltt- wood; Robert Tennant or Jacob Sa- dofr, Clarion. Trombones--Eloise B u !! i m e r, Marble Rock; Myron Chipman, Burt; Frederick Dorheim, Ft. Dodge; Marvin " Gugisburg, Renwick; Edmund Hanson, Stanhope; Franklin Kreiger or Lowell Morris of Enrimets- burg; Vivian Pangborn, Spirit Lake; Atha Ragsdale, Estherville; Kermit Schlei, Klemme; Fraser Spence, Mason City; Wayne Wise, Manson. Tubas Are Listed. E tubas--Richard Brisbane, Eagle Grove; John James, Algona; Orville Oleson, Clarion; Belva Ross, Estherville. BB tubas--Robert Brunwold, Northwood; Ted Lee, Estherville; A. L. Long, Jr., Mason City; Keith Williams, Mason City; Dan Rodman, Fort Dodge; Robert Wetterburg, Cleat- Lake; Donald Wilson, Burt; Willard Ziegler, Algona. Percussion, snare drummers and traps--Andrew Johnson, Spirit Lake; ArthfiV Rye, Northwood; Dale Richey, Dayton; Carl Peterson, Dows; Ted Watts, Fort Dodge; Lavina Stevens, Mason City; Billy Wilson, Rockford. Cymbal--Gail Kimble, Garner. Bass drum--Marjorie Pickett, Mason City; Elmer Zielske, Ledyard. Timpani--Ruth Sawyer, Osage; Ross Smith, Mason City. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation to the friends and neighbors who so kindly extended ;heir help and sympathy during our recent bereavement. Mr. and .Mrs. Fred E. Gardner; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gardner. Mr. Fay Gardner. CARD OF THANKS In this small way we wish to ex- jress our sincere appreciation to :he many friends, neighbors and various organizations who so grac- onsly extended their synVpathy and cindness in the loss of our beloved. tfrs. Lester R. Diehl and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Diehl. 275 APPLICANTS FOR BONUS LOAN BET ASSISTANCE Red Cross Equipped to Give Immediate Aid to Veterans. Prepared with instruction from the veterans bureau and also the national Red Cross, the home service department of the Cerro Gordo county chapter began assisting veterans in making applications for loans under the "emergency adjusted compensation act of 1931" within 15 minutes after the press,and the radio announced the senate had finally passed the act on Feb. 27 and last week sent a total of 275 applications. Six notes were mailed on Friday, about 60 on Saturday, and on Monday the number had reached 100. The office was able to mail out every request on the same day the veteran made it, so there has 'been no accumulation. The first checks in response to those mailed out the day the law was passed arrived in Mason City on Saturday--which was just one week from the day those sent to the bureau at Des Moines reached there. Since there were no funds available immediately, this was quick service and undoubtedly-it will take less time from now on, it was stated. Must Follow Kulcs. Inasmuch as some incorrect information has crept into the publicity thruout the country, the Rerl Cross officers stated veterans will delay their payments unnecessarily unless they follow the exact procedure that they have followed the past four years .in making their loan or additional loans. This procedure is as follows: I. A certificate upon which no previous loan has been made requires a notary signature. The notary thereby certifies the identification and assumes responsibility for the loan to the bureau. This is difficult where veterans' a c t u a l army service is not known in the community, for possession of the certificate does not prove ownership in all cases. Where previous loans have been made by a veteran. The note must be sent to. that bureau office whore the certificate is now held. In no case does the bureau transfer the certificates to a nearer bureau office. Consequently each veteran must request his new loan from thai office holding his certificate, any other procedure will only delay Ifis payment, 3. All certificates redeemed by banks during the past four years are now in the Washington bureau office and a loan at this time must lie made from that office and NOT from the nearest regional.office. 4. Certificates now held in various, banks thruout the country will be redeemed by the bureau, as formerly upon the veterans' request to that bank. Doesn't Apply to Dependents No part of this new law applies to dependents of deceased veterans, as they \vere paid in full upon the death of the veteran or upon application after the act was passed in 1924. Several such requests have come to the Red Cross office during the past week. A series of information letters on .he interest rate is reaching the *ed Cross office from its national headquarters. At present'all that ',a known is that the new additional oans are at 4Vi per cent, and that :he former loans are deducted. Whether or not the interest on the former loan will also be 4\ per cent is not clear since the new note cannot actually include the payment of the former note. The Red Cross s providing. for that by adding such a request by the veteran in case it can be done. The supply of blanks is on hand at the Red Cross office which is now located at 200 North Federal wilding, on the same floor with the First National company. NOTICE All Royal Neighbors are requested :o attend the funeral of Neighbor rfarlin Faktor at the McAuley funeral home at 2:30 o'clock Tues. Auction Sale TO BE ANNOUNCED TUESDAY NOTICE:-On account ot some parties lelnc; unable to give mu an itemized list of their snle articles till today, it will ho necessary to announce my Sale Tuesday, March 10. Watch For It! E. J. FRITZ, Mgr. Funeral Services for Lester Diehl Are Held Funeral services for Lester Diehl, 1203 First street southwest, were held at the Holy Family Catholic church Saturday forenoon, with the Rev. R. P. Murphy in charge. Burial was at St. Joseph's cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Gardner, Nick Degen. William, Edward, Lewis and James Soblik, all brothers of Mrs. Diehl. Mr. Diehl was a member of the Modern Woodmen of America and of the Mystic Workers. DR. W. O. MAUCH DENTIST Weir Bldg. Phone 872 DO YOU NEED MONEY? Our personal loan department offers good service and reasonable terms. C. E. Brooks Co. 2091/j iHt Nat!. Bit. nidjf., Th. 280 MARTIN FAKTOR DIES AT HOME Funeral Services to Be Held Tuesday; Burial at Memorial Park. Martin Paktor, 220 First Street southwest, died Saturday at his home following an illness lasting four years. He suffered a stroke of paralysis. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the McAuley funeral home. The Rev. w. H. Spence, pastor of the First Methodist church, will be in charge. Miss Ruth Stevens will sing, "Lead Kindly Light" and "Above the Bright Blue." Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery. Six of the sons, Ralph, George, Frank, Theodore, Roy and Joe Faktor, will serve as pallbearers. Martin Faktor, another son, is ill. Honorary pallbearers will be W C Belding. R. H. DeNeut. Charles' Po- shusta, L. W. Ehlers, W. H. Griebling and E. O. Lehman. . ' Mr. Faktor was born Nov. 14. 1861, in Bohemia! He was a resident of Mason City for 45 years and was a wheelwright by trade. He was a member of the M. W. A., Royal Neighbors and Eagles. Besides his wife Mr. Faktor is survived by seven sons, Ralph. George, Frank, Theodore and Martin of Mason City, Roy of Waterloo and Joe of Atchison, Kans., and three daughters, Mrs. Claude Whitney, Miss Laura Faktor and Miss Nora Faktor, all of Mason City. ATTENTION EAGLES All Eagles meet at the hall Tuesday at 1 o'clock to attend the funeral of Brother Martin Faktor. Even when Gandhi secludes himself for silent mediation, he's the biggest little noise in'India. West- cm Leader. BAMBER AUTO BODY SHOP Deck Recovering, Inside Trimming, Panel Straightening, Glass Installing. Â·1'hone 855 815 S. Louisiana DR. T. S. CLARK OSTEOl'ATHIC PHYSICIAN Generjil Practice--Ear, Nose, Throat M. B. A. Bldg. Phono 21 !)'Â£ $385,000 FIGURE MAY BE RAISED FOR POSTOFFICE Proposed Structure to Be Completed Regardless of Cost, Claim. By RADFORD E. MOBLEY Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON-, March 0.--Despite the unsuccessful attempts last year to procure an additional appropriation for a federal building in Mason City, the new building. for which $385,000 has been allowed will be finished according to specifications regardless of. the cost, Representative Gilbert N. Haugen's office was informed here today. The treasury department, which made the announcement, gave Mr. Haugen this assurance on the basis of a recent congressional act which empowered the department to arbitrarily increase any amount already authorized for a new building project by 10 per cent, if fijund that additional funds'are necessary. jMucNider Made Kecmest. Soon after the new postoffice building project was launched for Mason City, it was considered by some that the original appropriation of ?385,000 would be insufficient to complete a structure in accordance with the city's needs and requests were made for an additional appropriation. One of the" chief exponents of this request was Col: Hanford MacNider, Mason City, minister to Canada, who carried the proposal direct to Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Heath. * Owing to the heavy work connected with the building program thruout the United States, however, it was found impossible during the year to procure an extra appropriation. Treasury officials said at that time another amount might be procured this year."10 Per Cent More Available. This may not be necessary, the department explains, pointing out that $385,000 is now available for the postoffice and an extra 10 per cent, amounting- to $38,500, becoming available in the event it is necessary to complete the building. Plans for the Mason City'build- ing have been completed and the project will bo placed on the market when the specifications are drawn up. This has been, estimated at three or four weeks. At this writing It is impossible tu select the campaign issue next year. It may be tho full dinner pail ami then again it may be the empty soup bowl.--Tulsa, Daily World. tAKE EVERY PRECAUTION Huvc your Eyes examined by Dr. H. W. Knutson, O. D. Over J. C. Penney store Tailored Up to a High Standard -Not Down to 11 Low Price FRANK FIA'LA FINE TAILORING 3(14 South Federal Avc. $ 5 and LAIRD SHOE CO. Where Shoes Are Kcnlly Fitted 14 E:ist. S(nÂ«n ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Havo your Car xvashcd ijp or greased I j C Same Quality Work' as Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. A \VONDIBUFUL, Barbecue Luncheon EVERY DAY RENDEZVOUS CONFECTIONERY J23 North Fcdcnil Ave. We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is the regular $1.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. IV. DR. A. OSHANA Physician and Surgeon KIJEUMATISM SPECIALIST Office--109 First National Bank Phone 1580 Phone 216 CADWELL Transfer and Storage Company for Moth-Proofing (Konate) Service Local and Long Distance Moving- Household Goods Storage OFFICE: 303 8th Street S. W. WHY I AM A FORD DEALER Because of Hie exclusive feature "Rustless Slee!." tt ia used at all bright trim metal parts, such as headlamps, radiator shell, etc. This new bright metal will not rust, tarnish or corrode and will last the life of the car. It has twice the tensile strength of ordinary steel. There is no plate to wear off, crack or scale because it ia the same bright metal all the way through. It never requires polishing. You merely clean it with a clamp rag as you would your windshield. Various tests were made before this metal was adopted. The United Stales Bureau of mines placed a sheet of rustless steel in the water at Windburne Field, the strongest corrosive water in Pennsylvania Miners who had left their shovels in this field for a week or ten days, had returned to find nothing loft but the handles. Yet after six months in this water, the Rustless Steel used on the Ford car was the same weight as when it was placed there. The cutaway exhibit in our showroom includes several sections of rustless steel. In two years all manufacturers will be forced to use this expensive but permanent metal. --CLARENCE SCHUKEI I SPECIAL BLACK HAWK IMG ILL. .LUMP KENTUCKY NUT w.c. PHOJVK 5fj;j ca ROY GITT, Mgr.