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March 26, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAHCH 26 CONSTRUCTION OF SCHOOL STARTS Excavation Begun for Mason Township School in Central Heights. The Rye Construction and the Henkel Construction company Wednesday started excavating for the construction of the $30,000 school building to be erected by Mason township in Central Heights. The new building, which will be built of brick and concrete fireproof construction, is going up west of the present schoolhouse. The building, which will have fireproof floors, will have four class rooms, gymnasium, social room, kitchen and showers. Stone trim will be used on the exterior. Asbestos has been designated for the roof. The construction is to be financed by a federal grant and a bond issue recently sold to the First National company | bank. SHOULD BE OKAY Navy is de-emphasizing boxing by making everybody wear tuxedos. That'll work, all right. Gee... Mother! Get Me a Pair of,,. « PATENT T-STRAP 2 $O25 They're olmost like the ones bia Sis llCK lOCK just got! She said Patent was "the best leather for Spring!" That design is so cute... ow c'mon... they don't cost much...and look! They're Tick Tacks too! Sizes 1210 3 Damon's Kisses Lure Al Smith to Texas Al and Eileen Caldwell in closeup. That's quite an unusual pose for Alfred E. Smith, above. But it's just Texas' way of formally and cordially inviting the former jSew York governor to attend the Texas Centennial exposition this summer. jBileen Caldivel/, "Miss Blue Bonnet," representing- the Texas stale flower, is on the receiving end in the above ceremony which took place in New York. (P. S.) Photographers had trouble with their cameras and Al and Eileen had to put on the kissing act eight times. SEES BIG BATTLE Dickinson on Way Home to Algona Finds G. 0. P. of East Enthusiastic. CHICAGO, (At--Senator L. J. Dickinson of Iowa, an avowed republican presidential candidate, back from a tour of the east, said he found "remarkable republican enthusiasm" in the states he covered--Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New York. New Jersey and Ohio. But he declared the real battle ground of the November elections i will be the corn-hog states of the midwest. The Iowa republican planned to leave for Des Moines Thursday night, enroute to his home in Algona. High Music Honor Future Congressmen Organized at Tulane NEW ORLEANS, (.¥}--And now it's the "Future Congressmen's Benevolent association" pledged to vote down the "future" bonus supported by the "veterans of future wars." The group of future congressmen organized Wednesday night at Tulane university in opposition to the . Dr. Artur Kodzinski, above, conductor of (he Cleveland orchestra, is one of four guest c'*n- Uuctors, and the only American conductor, invited to conduct at annual music festival in Sulx- burg, Austria, this summer. The others selected include Arturo Toscautiini, Bruno \Vaiter and Felix Weingartncr. collegiate "veterans of future wars" post formed there. CONTINUE DRIVE FOR FARM PLAN Administration Seeking to Line Up Farmers in Its Soil Program. WASHINGTON, W--The administration is continuing efforts to line up as many farmers as possible in the new soil conservation program. Secretary Wallace, referring - to crop prospects, said that if wheat farmers did not participate, and carried out their indicated intentions to plant, the nation might have 170,000,000 bushels of wheat available for export this year. In this event, the agriculture secretary foresaw a carryover of 260,000,000 bushels on July 1, 1937, with a possible depression of price below the Liverpool level. Wallace also said that without "unusual co-operation" of corn producers, the hog prices might drop S5 a 100 pounds by 1938. He predicted that, with ordinary weather, there might be a "considerable addition" to surpluses of commercial crops notwithstanding the conservation program. Referring to the new deal, a phy- chologist says the surest way to advance a cause is to poke fun at it. Some feel reluctant, however, · to speak disrespectfully of the dead.-Philadelphia Inquirer. Negotiations of Japan and Russia Set Back by New Border Fight MOSCOW, (;W--A fresh outbreak of border fighting dealt a rude shock Thursday to Soviet-Japanese negotiations for settlement of the troubled far c"astern situation. Both sides suffered loss of life in an engagement which lasted for hours Wednesday and which resulted. Soviet advices said, from a Japanese attack on a Soviet border post near Khundjun, southwest of Vladivostok. COMPLETE Style, qualify, and prices to please you. Smith Optical Co. ·" ,21 EAST STATE ..' Unquestionably* "the Best Shoe Values in Town! GUARANTEED by GOOD HOUSEKEEPING As Advertised Therein Compare the beauty and quality of Paris Fas hi on shoes ... then you'll know why we say they're the best SHOE VALUES in town! Stunning styles in KID ... PATENT... GABARDINE... SWAGGER BUCK...COMBINATIONS ... newest colors and trims! See them now.' "Ask Rabbi" Evening at Adas Israel Friday Congregation Adas Israel, 621 Adams avenue southwest, will conduct its next regular service Friday evening at S o'clock, Rabbi Avery Jonah Grossfield officiating. There will be no formal sermon; instead, there will be an "Ask the Rabbi" evening, when any person present will be privileged to ask the rabbi I any question he desires concerning the Jewish people and the Je\vish religion. Children's services will take place j Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. I There will be no sessions of the | religioufe school this Sunday mom- ing as the rabbi and teachers will go to Cedar Rapids to attend the annual meeting of the Iowa State Jewish Religious School Teachers' conference. Rabbi Grossfield is scheduled to speak at the luncheon on the subject: "What Should the Jewish Religious School Teacher Know?" The sessions of the Hebrew department will take place Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons at 4:30 as usual. Man Who Claims He Froze Feet in Jail Files $1,000 Suit FORT DODGE, /P) "--The severity of the past winter was carried home to Webster countv supervisors in an unusual manner when Charles D. May, Lehigh, filed suit . for ?1,000, alleging his feet were ' frozen while held as a prisoner overnight in the Lehigh jail. The nearest stove, he averred, was 30 feet from his cell, and it was cold after midnight. | Lee R. Bailey Recalls Taking Down Message of Johnstown Flood Dispatches from the east on floods in that section, particularly at ] Johnstown, Pa., recalled vividly to I Lee R. Bailey that fateful day in ' 18S9 when the news was flashed across the wires of the terrific toll that was taken by the Johnstown flood. Mr. Bailey at the time was visiting in New Hampton, having just completed study for a position as railroad telegrapher, which he took up a month later. He happened to be a.t the railroad station at New Hampton when the message came through, telling of the Johnstown flood. After Mr. Bailey wrote down the message telling of the flood, others who were nearby heard of the tragic news with consternation. Murphv Bill to Seek Clayton State Park WASHINGTON, JP--S e n a t o r Louis Murphy (D., Iowa) announced he planned to introduce a bill to transfer 544 acres of Clayton county. Iowa, land to the state for a state park. Schools Closed for Tourncv. WEBSTER CITY. OP)--Local schools closed Thursday so that stiv dents may go to Des Moines for the Webster City-Davenport game of the state basketball finals. In case Webster City wins, the schools also will be closed Friday. Phone 200 for "GOLD SEAL" Consjoleum Riiirs Evening or Sunday Appointment FREE MOTOR TRUCK DELIVERY TO YOUR HOME COMPLETE STOCK ALL SIZES You Can't Afford to Overlook These Outstanding rug-values like these are rare indeed. That's why you owe it to yourself to take full advantage of this remarkable opportunity to save substantially on the kind and quality of rugs you'll be proud to own. Be sure to come in and see this wonderful display of the newest in rugs. 9x12 Rugs, Oriental Patterns People or discriminating taste will find in this assortment the very patterns that harmonize perfectly with their home furnishings. All the patterns arc in lovely Oriental effects, richly colorful and of unusual quality. 9x12 Colonial Patterns Quaint Colonial patterns, reminiscent of the days when our forefathers wove their own nips on hand looms in their own homes. You'll be delighted with these charming rups. And you'll be ama?.ed to find rugs of such quality priced so low. Per Kunning Yard This is unusually good carpeting worth considerably more than the special price we are quoting. A value not to be overlooked. 9x12 Seamless Velvets GENUINE LINOLEUM Riyht up to the minute In modern desisn and coloring, these beautiful nips fairly breathe the spirit of today. Smart, clever patterns for every room in the modern home. Or ideally suited for office or reception room. Priced unusually low. Unquestionably the best value in genuine linoleum vou will find anywhere, i Choice of several siery attractive pat- '4 terns. 6 FOOT WIDE FELT BASE CARPET SWEEPER STAIR CARPET 9 FOOT WIDE FELT BASE Callahan Has High Score. IOWA FALLS--The Lions club at its weekly dinner Wednesday entertained members with a "quiz." Glen Cowan, principal of the high school, propounded the questions, ·vnd J. E. Callahan won high score with a rating of G9 per cent. Congressman Sol Bloom says Revere's ride was never made. As Paul did not include a ?17 item in the expense account for cabs, no action will be taken.--Detroit News. BRING YOUR ROOM SIZES--FREE ESTIMATES 19-21 FIRST STREET S. E MASON CITY

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