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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 5 1934 Mason City's Calendar April 3, 4, 5, 6 -- Globe-Gazette ·cooking school, building show, high school. April 4, C, 6 and 7--Boys' annual hobby ahow at Y. M. C. A., sponsored by Kiwanls club and boy«r department of the Y. M. C. A. April 7--Monthly meeting of UCT and auxiliary at the F. G. and E. auditorium including 6:30 o'clock supper. April 9--Hamilton college semiannual graduation and banquet April 10-^Lutheran men's rally »t Y. M. C. A. April 11--Northern bekah convention. district Re- Here in Mason Gity $192,347 IN CWA FUNDS SPENT IN CERRO GORDQ Mew hate arriving daily. All fce«* sizes. ?1 up. Mullaney Shop. Naturalization hearing for John Jorgensen. of Rockwell and Jacob Richard Diego Magnani, 16 Lehigh row, haS been scheduled for » .O'clock the morning of April 10. Pri, home cooked corned beef and cabbage dinner, 15c. 36 1st N.E. Mrs. SteU» Hogan, V»por Mareri shop has returned to Mason City aftsr attending a hairdressers and cosmetologists convention in. Chicago. Wayne Bender of Sw»le4ale Thursday was fined $15 and sentenced to five days in the county jail by S. L. Haynes, justice .of the peace, for illegal possession of three wild geese. Six men are required for special assignment work in the medical department of the army post at Fort Des Moines, according to information received Thursday by Sgt T. C. Stevenson, army recruiting -officer directors of the for this district. The board of Chamber of Commerce will hold a meeting at the Hotel Hanford Friday noon, at which time a committee will present its f hidings after a study of a United States Chamber of Commerce referendum on national defense. Lago Rodmanovich Dies Following Lingering Illness Lago Rodmanovich, 62, who re i sided at 819 Van Buren avenue southwest, died about 10 o'clock Wednesday evening following a three months' illness. He was born May 13, 1872, in Austria. Surviving Mr. Rodmanovich are two daughters, Mrs. Walter Herzog, 819 Van Buren avenue southwest, _,and Mrs. Pera Duboyace, who re- ^siaes'in Pennsylvania, Funeral arrangements had not been completed Thursday. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral MANY PROJECTS CARRIED ON BY CITY AND COUNTY 41 Milet of Parking Brought to Grade and Levee Constructed. Under the civil works administration a total of J192.347.21 has teen expended in Cerro Gordo county in the period from last Nor. 24 until April 1, according to a summary report made public Wednesday from the local administration offices. Outstanding among; the projects completed to Mason City are the following: Bringing to grade of 41 miles of parkings to eliminate the hazardous condition resulting from drainage running off parkings on to sidewalks and pavings. The removal of obstacles in and along Wlnnebago river and WiDow creek -which hindered the free movement of ice which .caused the flooded condition about the city. The. erection of ah underground storage warehouse at the waterworks plant Construction of a levee along the south bank of the Winnebago river to control floods which do damage to the disposal plant property, and construction of two additional sludge ponds at the disposal plant. The repair of the sanitary sewer system to prevent infiltration of surface water. Improvement of city rock quarry and crushing of limestone rock to provide material for roadbuilding operations. The building of a retaining wall along the Winnebago river at this side to protect the sanitary sewer from flood waters. Grading and correcting streets over a distance of approximately 21 miles. Extension to the water main and tying up of dead ends in the water system. Providing a dual supply to a portion of city southeast of East park and also at Federal avenue and streets in that section of the city. Work in Schools. Considerable work was done at various Mason City school buildings where interiors were painted, woodwork re-varnished and several partitions removed to increase the accommodations for certain departments. Trees were trimmed in the city parks and along parkings and many trees which interfered with sewer connections were moved. Mason City Musicians to Be in 20 Events at Ames Program Is Announced for Competition for North Central District. Mason City -will compete in 20 events, all on Friday in the North Central district music contest to be held Friday and Saturday at Ames. There will be 24 from the local school competing, mostly in solo events. The contest will be held on the campus of Iowa State college, but will be under the auspices of the public schools of Ames. Judges of the contest will be Mrs. Gecevieve Wheat Baal of Drake university; Herbert A. Harvey of Simpson college, Indianola; Joseph Kitchln of Coe college; Alonzo Leach of Des Moines, Lester E. Spring of Simpson college; L. E. Walters, public schools, Des Moines and George W. Weiler of Simpson college. The program will be: . t FRIDAY MORNING, McKay Auditorium. Piano Bolo--Story City, Radcliffe, Fort Dodge, Melbourne, Clarion, Lu- veme, Poc«hontas, Mason City (Roslyn Brogue). Classes B and C in chamber group of woodwinds--Northfield, Cambridge, Armstrong, Eldora. Classes B and C in chamber groups of brass--Eldora, Iowa State Training school, Clear Lake, Dayton, Clarion, Manson. Miscellaneous groups of strings, Class B and C--Scranton, Renwick. Agricultural Ball. Soprano solo--Ames, Scranton, Bode, Britt, Rodman, Eldora, Mason City (Madalynne Powell). Contralto solo--Boxholm, Randall, Grand Junction, Roland, Eagle Grove Focahontas, Mason City, (Eunice Anderson). FRIDAY AFTERNOON McKay Auditorium Violin solo--Estherville, Mallard, Graettinger, Burt, Scranton, New Providence, Mason , City (Annibel Wilhite). Viola solo--Scranton, Mason City (Costa Rumeliote). String bass, solo--Story City, Mason City (Doy Baker). Cello solo--Plover, Scranton. Clarinet solo--Armstrong, Manson, Luv«rne, Slater, Eldora, Mason City (Truman Gravelie). Obe solo--Mason City (Homer Hockenberry), Iowa State Training Story City. Claw A--Eagle Grove, Ames. Africoltunl Hall. Mixed chorus, class A--Ames, Eagle Grove. Class B--Lake Mills, Northwood, Estherville, Clarion, Story City; Class C--Armstrong, Burt, Rodman, Kanawha, Melbourne, Gilbert. Events in which Mason City PRESBYTERIANS County Tax Collections qualified directly for the state, because of no competition in class AA include chamber group of woodwinds, chamber group of brass, girls' glee club, mixed chorus, miscellaneous group of strings. USE 900 WORDS IN NEWSPAPER Unique Publication for Teaching English Language. The library has a newspaper that is easy to read. It is planned for people from other countries who are learning to read English. Only 900 words are used in getting out the paper. The idea of the paper was first thought of by Miss Elaine Swenson. Last year it was used in many New York schools, especially in evening schools. Its plan is to help in teaching of English in schools all over the country. In 1925, Miss Elaine Swenson first tried to write a newspaper for the, teaching of English. Miss Swenson at that time was a teacher in the Broadway evening school in Seattle, Wash. . Too Hard to Bead. Many people in her classes told her they wanted to read newspapers but they were too hard to read. Miss Swenson found that the regular newspapers had many words her students did not know. So every week she re-wrote several news HOLD MEETING Gain in Membership and Good Financial Status Is Reported. The annual meeting of the congregation of the First Presbyterian church was held in the church parlors Wednesday evening. Supper was served at 6:30 p. m. following which the meeting was presided over by the chairman, Max Boyd. A gain in membership over losses for the year, together with the treasurer's report that all bills were paid with a balance jn the treasury, were the outstanding achievements for the year. By adoption of the rotary system no outgoing officer may succeed himself to toe-same office without the lapse of one year. The retiring elders, J. J. Hawthorne and Sidney Stott, were replaced by H. E. Redfield and George A. Smith. Other elders include Mrs. J. R. Campbell, Miss Lydia Beck, Victor Holcomb, Hollis Jaseph,' Mrs. J. C. Valentine and C. O. Pasnau. Dr. Harold Jennings and George A. Smith as outgoing trustees were replaced by Ralph W. Fischbeck and Robert Jones. In addition to Walter Rae as deacon, A. Faleo, Martin Peterson, and Ray Rorick were elected as such. The deaconesses were Mrs. Ben Gustafson, Mrs. H. E. Redfield, Mrs. Victor Holcomb and Marjorie Taplin. " H. E. Redfield was elected Sunday school superintendent by ac clamation. At the Hospitals home. Services Held for , Fred Glattfelder at I.O.O.F. Home Services for Fred Glattfelder, 77, who died at the I. O. 0. F. home Thursday morning, were held at the home Thursday afternoon. The body was taken to Bloomfield, where services will be held Saturday. Burial will be at 'Bloomfield. The Rev. William Galbreth, pastor of the Olivet Methodist church, was in charge of the services. Mr. Glattfelder was bom in Switzerland Jan. 6,1857. He came to the home May 19, 1933. Added accommodations were installed at Roosevelt stadium where rest rooms, shower baths, team quarters, storage room, a band room and a coach's office were constructed. Numerous improvements were accomplished in other districts throughout'the county. In. Clear Lake water mains and sewer lines were extended, parkings improved, streets elevated, where ne cessary, to provide better drainage and new road grades constructed. Streets Resurfaced. Plymouth streets were resurfaced with gravel, a storm sewer was laid and several streets were put to grade. Thornton streets were graveled, waterways were improved and approaches to culverts eased. Rockwell improved its streets and constructed a sewer line to correct a bad drainage condition in the northeast part of the town. Dougherty improved its dumping ' ' storm street school, Estherville. Bassoon solo--Iowa Training school, Mason City (Dorothy Evans). Political Announcements Joseph P. Kelly ROCKWELL, IOWA Candidate for Supervisor FROM TfflBD mSTMCT OF CEERO GORDO COUNT! on Democratic Ticket Trumpet solo--Rolfe, Mason City (Howard Schweer), Algona, Northwood, Grand Junction, Iowa State Training school. French horn solo--Eldora, Mason City (Maynard Odden) Dayton. Agricultural Hall. Tenor solo--Rodman, Estherville, New providence, Graettinger, Ames, Hubbard, Northwood, Burt, Mason City (Don Kunz). Baritone bass solo--Mason ground and constructed a facilitate main City Miss Mayme Foley MASON cinr, IOWA .. Candidate for County Recorder on Democratic Ticket Cloudy; somewhat cooler in the west portion. Showers in the extreme east portion Thursday night Friday probably fair; cooler in the extreme east portion. GOLDEN ROD SPLINT. VERY LOW ASH W.G. BLOCK CO. PHONE 568 $10 FUEL PUMP and CARBURETOR SERVICE Central Battery Electric Company sewer to drainage. A bad travel hazard at the north limits of Mason City where a ledge of rock projected into the highway was removed and the rock crushed and used to surface a road nearby. Various county roads were surfaced and re-surfaced with gravel and grades were widened. The approaches to railroad crossings about the county were widened and the grades elevated to remove hazardous conditions. A complete -photographic record has been kept of the CWA work and is on file at the emergency relief offices, available to the public. Schanke in Charge. The CWA in this county, which has been under the direction of County Chairman A. M. Schanke and Administrator R. B. Martin, was brought to a close Saturday, March 31. Others engaged, in handling the work included members of the city council, City Manager E. H. Crofoot, County Engineer R, E. Robertson and the board of supervisors. The greatest handicap to be overcome by the local CWA officials was the problem of putting the program in motion in compliance with government orders, calling for the organized employment of hundreds of men and women virtually overnight. (Roger Downing), Estherville, Pomeroy, Eagle Grove, Swea City, Northwood, Roland, Lake Mills, Randall. Mixed small vocal groups- Classes AA and A--Eldora, Mason City. Eagle Grove, classes B and C-Northwood, Lake Mills, Roland, Rodman. Girls' small vocal groups, classes AA and A--Ames, Eagle Grove, Mason City. FRIDAY EVENING Merrill HaB Trombone solo--Dayton, Williams, Sheffield, Eagle Grove. Baritone, euphonium solo--Mason City (Norman Resor), Nevada, Northwood, Eagle Grove, Plover, Eldora. Tuba solo--Wallingford, Eagle Grove, Mason City (Arthur Kennedy) Eldora, Marimba solo--Mason City (Ruth Buehler), Estherville, Fernald, Melbourne. Flute solo--Dayton, Melbourne, Eagle Grove, Mason City (John Robertson), Rolfe, Fort Dodge, Clarion. stories from the regular newspa pers into words that her classes could understand. This idea worked out well but it made too much work for one teacher. Then Miss Swenson decided to try to make such a paper by having many language teachers all write the paper. The teachers then tried six ways of writing the paper. They found that writing about news all over the world was most' interesting. Since then some of the teachers have tried new ways to write the paper always hoping that some day it would be printed. Brought'Out Newspaper. In 1933 a society in New York called "Language Research Committee" brought out the first number of the newspaper. It was good to see the news stories in print. The name of the paper will soon be changed to "The American World." There are seven reasons why the newspaper fills a special need in helping people learn to read English. These reasons made the Language Research Committee decide to print the paper: 1. After you have read "American News" or "American World" for some time, you can read the other real Amarican papers which are printed everyday. 2. If you cannot read the papers and magazines which most other people read you will find it hard to find many hooka to read. Has Information. 3. School books do not always write about the things you want to know about and talk about. The "American World" does give you things which are interesting to you and which you can talk about. · 4. School books that are easy are written for little children. 5. There are many books in the classroom not interesting to men and women. Nellie Lou Sherwood, 702 Jefferson avenue northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for a minor operation. Elvin Perkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Perkins, 628 Washington avenue northwest, was admitted to the Story hospital Wednesday for a minor operation. Bonnie Lucille Hoffman, 130 Fifth street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesdaj following treatment. Mrs. Ethan Johnson, 1740 Penn sylvania avenue northeast, was ad mitted to the Mercy hospital Wed nesday for a major operation. Forest Bloker, Kensett, was dis missed from the Park hospital Wed mr Show Marked Increase loth Current and Delinquent Payments Ahead. Tax collections in Cerro Gordo ounty for the first three months of 934 were more than ?80,000 ahead f the corresponding period in 1933, ccording to figures which have een compiled in the office of the xeasurer. . Collections this year totaled $427,16.76 compared with $347,420.56 or the corresponding period a year go In fact the collections for last March were $356,836.53, more than ras colected in three months last ear. Besides this there was a material mprovement in collection of delin- uent real estate taxes, a total of 60,689.45 being added to the county reasury since Jan. 1 compared with 22,091.70 in the corresponding per- od in 1933. 'WONDER BAR'TO OPEN SATURDAY Musical Revue to Begin Four Day Production at Cecil Theater. Promising to outdo all previous combinations of talent and musical revue spectacles, Warner Brothers' production, "Wonder Bar," is scheduled to begin a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil theater. Kay Francis plays the leading feminine role opposite Al Jolson, who ynrtrays the proprietor of the "Wonder Bar." Kicardo Cortez and Dolores Del Rio are the two dancers, while Dick Powell and Henry Kolker have the roles of the American composer-orchestra leader and the husband of Kay Francis, respectively. Hal LeRoy, the sensational Broadway player, taps out a thrilling dance sequence. Guy Kibbee and Hugh Herbert play the two American tourists with Ruth Donnelly and Louise Fazenda as their wives, in important comedy and character roles. Robert Barrat has the part of the army officer, who drives his auto over a cliff and unconsciously covers up a murder. Fifi D'Orsay and Mema Kennedy will be seen as the two flirtatious hostesses in .the fashionable Parisian TO ALL BEER PERMIT HOLDERS Section 31 of the beer ordinances states that "if a permit holder under the provisions of this act, is convicted of a felony or is convicted of a sale of beer contrary to the provisions of this act or is convicted of bootlegging, his permit shall be revoked by the authorities issuing same, and he shall not again be allowed to secure a permit for the distribution or sale of beer nor shall he be an employe of any person engaged in the manufacture, distribution or sale of beer." The above section of the beer ordinance is called to the attention of permit holders at this time, because it will be strictly enforced and any violation will be governed by the provisions therein contained, without fear or favor. JOHN J. BURNS, Mayor. est at the rate of 5% per cent. Each borrower becomes a stockholder in the Mason City Production Credit association, a $75,000 corporation. The local association serves Winnebago, Worth, Mitchell, Hancock, Cerro Gordo and Floyd counties. Agricultural hall N. Y. Senate Defeats Utilities Reform Act ALBANY, N. Y., April 5. UP)-Governor Lehman's chief public utilities "reform" bill, intended to permit municipalities to go into the power business, was defeated by the senate today. The vote was 22 ayes and 22 noes. Twenty-six votes were needed for passage. Radium, Kans., the state's newest incorporated city, -boosted the number of such communities in Kanas to 580. Girls' small vocal group, classes B and C, Eldora, Randall, Story City, Britt, Estherville, Rodman, Armstrong, Roland, Northwood. Boys' small vocal group, classes AA and A--Ames, Eagle Grove, Mason City, Roger Downing, Don Kunz, Russell Hersett. Classes B. and C--Eldora, Northwood, Nevada, Kanawha, Rodman, Estherville. SATURDAY MORNING Men's. Gymnasium Concert band, class C--Slater, Williams, Ringsted, Swea City, Armstrong, Fonda. Marching band, class B--Clarion, Iowa State Training school. Agricultural hall. . Boys' Glee club, Class A--Ames, Eagle Grove. Class B--Melbourne, Iowa State Training school, Lake Mills, Estherville Clarion. Class C-Kanawha, Swea City, Rodman. SATURDAY AFTERNOON Men's Gymnasium Orchestra, class C--Gilbert, Albion, Kiemme, Renwick, Plover, Rolfe, Fonda. Class B--Pocahontas, Clarion, Jefferson. Agricultural hall Girls' Glee club, class A--Ames, Eagle Grove. Class B--Eldora, Estherville, Britt, Lake Mills, Northwood. Class C--Burt, Luverne, Kanawha, Roland, Albion, Swea City, Armstrong. SATURDAY EVENING Men's Gymnasium Concert band, class B--Estherville, Clarion, Hampton, Eldora, 6. School newspapers which are written for children have nothing in them that helps older people. 7. "The American World" gives you interesting late news. You can talk about it with your friends and read it to your family. nesday following a major operation Howard Poshusta, 215 Sixth Plac southeast, was admitted to the Mer cy hospital Wednesday for a majo operation. Mrs. Milton Decker and infan son*"112" Ninth'' street northeas were dismissed from the Park hos pital Wednesday. Miss Rose Hutchins, 40 Fourt street northeast, was admitted to j the Mercy hospital Wednesday for treatment. Gunder Johnson, Joice, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. Clifton Burmeister, 716 Third street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. Mrs. Jean Rowe, Rockwell, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Mrs. E. V. Rucker, 206 Twenty- second street southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Mary Margaret Loeuenberg, Thornton, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. Robert Cady and infant son, 427 Palk avenue southwest, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. · Mrs. Henry Peters. 518 Thirteenth street southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Two sailors were drowned in a storm which recently paralyzed shipping in the Black Sea. night club. As "Wunderbar," this unique musical proved an international favorite a few years ago and was finally brought to America as a stage vehicle for Al Jolson. It is reported that the screen version, of this play returns to some extent to the European script which was considerably altered for the American stage production. Tribunals Appointed to Hear Disbarment Cases of 2 Lawyers DES MOINES, April 5. (5V-Ap- joictment of tribunals to hear dis- larment proceedings against two owa attorneys was announced here today by Chief Justice George Claussen of the state supreme court. Judge Claussen named District Judges Sherwood A. Clock of Hampton, Miles W. Nebby of Onawa and W. S. Cooper of Winterset to hear the case against C. J. Ruy- matm of Davenport. Assigned to hear the proceedings against Vernon L. Sharp of Iowa City were District Judges D. W. Hamilton of Grinnell, George A. Johnston of Cresco, and D. E. Maguire of Dubuque. CREDIT LOANS NOW AVAILABLE Applications Should Be Made to W. T. Fraser, Company Secretary. Production credit loans are now available in this district, according to W. T. Frazer, secretary-treasurer of the Mason City Production Credit association with headquarters at the Federal building. "Applications may be obtained by writing to this office," Mr. Frazer stated. "All the supplies have been received, headquarters have been established, and we are ready to do business." Production credit loans are made for the feeding and breeding of livestock, crop production and for other general farm purposes. A post card directed to Mr. Frazer will bring all the desired information, it was stated. Production credit loans are rediscounted through the Federal Intermediate Credit bank, bearing inter- WAKE UP YOUR LIVER B1LE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go If you feel BOUT and sunk and the world looks punk, don't swallow a lot of salts, mineral water, oil, laxative candy or chewtas pun and expect them to make you suddenly BVect nnd buoyant and full of sunshine. For they can't do it. They only move th» bowels and a mere moremcnt doesn't set at the cause. The reason for your down-and-out feelinc is your liver. It should pour out two pounds of liquid bile into your bowels dally. If this bile is not flowinc freely, your food doesn't ditfsst. It just decays in tho bowels. Gas bloats up your stomach. You have % thick, bad taste and your breath Is foul, akin often breaks outin blemishes. Your head aches and you feel down and out. Your whole system is poisoned. It takes those toofl. old CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS to jet these two pounds of bile flowing freely nnd make you feel "up and up." They contain wonderful, harmless, gentle vegetable extracts, amazine when it comes to making the bile flow freely. But don't ask for liver pills. Ask for Carter's Littla Liver Pills. Look for the name Carter's Little Liver Pills on the red label. Resent sub»titutc.Z5catdru£storra. O1931C.ll.Co. CORRECTION. Howard and Wilma Tait, 6 year old cake walkers, shared honors with De Ewing and Paluette Kipper, 7 year old steppers, in the contest for the miniature cake at the armory Tuesday evening. It was erroneously stated that the 7 year old dancers won the cake but it was divided, with each dancer receiving a quarter of the prize. Since the government started to control markets merchants of Bolivia have sold only the goods on hand and are not replacing their stocks. 'Tis easy now to hold a fire, Throughout the night when folks retire, ·' Your troubles and worry are over now, Just Phone 888 and we'll tell you how. FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY '1011 SOOTH FEDERAL WHEN VOCR RADIO WON'T GO PHONE SEVEN-0 Little Radio Laboratory J3 1st ST. S. E. I C A S H FOR YOUR OLD CAR NO WAITING--NO DELAY Lapiner Motor Co. A Beautiful $25.00 Gold Dust Plate An Offer that demands immediate action This is probably the most popu lar plate made today. Now you can buy it at a price to interest the most conservative. Impi-Bsloim taken at 8:30 A. M. --Plates delivered by 4 r. M. ONE DAI 1 SERVICE "Craven" Plates are sold only In CRAVEN'S EXCLUSIVE Plate Shoppes (Lifelike Teetll) If yon desire Information about plates--WHITE--Yon will be answered by return mail. 18 1st St. S. E., Mason City 620 Grand Ave. 408 Locust St. Des Moines 117 2nd St. S. 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JUKES MILLINERY Are continuing their business on the main floor of the former Manley Bros, store and have a beautiful array of Spring millinery for your approval. Our new hats are decided flatterers. They make you pretty as a picture and years younger than you were yesterday. QUALITY MILLINERY POPULAR PRICES -- ALL HEADSIZES DON'T MISS THE FREE . . . Building and Home Furnishing Show! AT THE HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM . THURSDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING ... an elaborate and beautiful display of the finest and latest in Building Materials and Home Furnishings. Gifts Awarded Each Day FORD PRICES Have Not Advanced Despite general increases in automobile prices, WE ARE STILL DELIVERING · FORD CARS Tuntil further Notice) AT THE LOWEST PRICE IN THE HISTORY OF THE V-8. Standard Tudor Sedan 112 inch wheelbase, fully equipped, V-8 motor, including tax and delivered, Mason-City. OTHER MODELS PRICED ACCORDINGLY $54925 Call for a Demonstration Place Your Order at Once Wagner Motor Co, FORD SALES and SERVICE 202 First Street S. E. Theme 923

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