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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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*3i"-^33EKtHS^Hjs^ss3S5^^ 14 r TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1939 Mason City's Calendar ,, '--High school operetta, "The Gondoliers," m h i g h school auditorium, March 8--V. F. W.-Auxiliary 6:30 p. m. dinner at V. F. W. halL John J. McMahon, V. F. W. legislative r e p r e s e n t s t i v e , Des Monies, to address V. F. W. March 12 _ Union Candlelight services at the First Church of Christ at 8 o'clock in the evening. March 13--Mason City school election. March 21 to 25--Boys and Girls Hobby show at Y. M. C, A. and Y. W. C. A. March ZZ--Junior class of Mason City high school presents Noel Coward's stagehit, "I'll Leave It To You." March 23-25--Annual convention of the north central division of Iowa State Teachers association in Mason City. March 21-April 3--School spring vacation. March 28-31--Globe-Gazette cooking school, high school auditorium. March 29-31--North Iowa building and home furnishings show, high school gymnasium. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE City Purchases Stage Hands Strike But Show Goes On -- -- ' -- Herein Mason City June and Johnny's, Clear Lake, now open and featuring our original vegetable hamburger, The Trinity Lutheran congre- · gation will hold its Quarterly meeting at the church Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The board of deacons and trustees will meet at 7:30 o'clock. Now you can dance, to the Clear Lake Golf club band Wed., Fri. and SaL night. Adm. Wed. 25c to all, Fri. and Sat men 40c, ladies 25c. Genuine southern fried chicken and biscuits by Clint Ashford, our genial chef. Miss Lucille Bailey and Miss La Donna Vandi Veer of the Florimel Beauty salon are still in Chicago attending a cosmetologists convention. An item in Monday's Globe-Gazette, stating they had returned was an error, At P. G. E. ... combination offer . . . Beautiful I. E. S. Floor lamp and matching Bridge lamp $14.50 value for'only $12.95 complete with bulb. Thrift Sale terms. 95c down, $1 a mpnth. Sirs. Bose Totrae and grandson, Peter Alan Towne, who have been ill for the last week are recovering at their home, 703 Georgia avenue southeast. _ Dr. W. C. Chappell, has heen invited to appear on the program of the American Osteopathic So- riety of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, which will hold its annual meeting June 2 to 23 in Dallas, Texas, in conjunction with the forty-third annual convention of the American association, speaking on "Treatment of Turbinates." A prosram of talks and musical numbers will be given at the weekly meeting of Townsend club No. 3 at the P. G. and E auditorium Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The musical numbers will include piano playing and singing by Violet Bellows and Marion Dillon and vocal numbers by A. H. Searle. The meeting is open to the public. Birth certificates have been filed for Jerry Dee, child of Mr and Mrs. Simon Wubben, 137 Fifteenth street northwest, born Feb 14; Gene, son of Mr. and Mrs! Harold Hodge, Route 3, born Feb 9; Donald David, son of Mr. and" Mrs. David Fischer, Mason City, born Feb. 6, and Ronald Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merl Berrus Mason City, born Jan. 29. Rector to Speak on "Judas" at St. John's Evensong Wednesday At the service of Evensong Wednesday evening at St John's Episcopal church at 7:30 o'clock the Rev. C. Burnett Whitehead! rector, will speak on "Judas," the second in a series of addresses on Men and Women of the Crucifixion." Miss Betty Senneff will sing Malotte's "Lord's Prayer" The rector will also celebrate Holy Communion at 7:30 and at 9-30 a. m. ' » * d "Maybe you better call off the strike," said Mr. Bae. ·Maybe we better," was the reply · '° W ° rk immed!ael v so th « *« could go on. (Lock photo, Kaycnay en- · II SPECIFY QBHia LIBRARY ASKS TRAINED HEAD Board Requests New State Commission to Hire Qualified Person A resolution, requesting the new Iowa Library commission to appoint a person with full library training'as head of the traveling library, was passed by the board of trustees of the Mason City library at their monthly meeting Monday evening. The members of the board also decided to endorse the proposed state bill which will make it possible for libraries to get more revenue when the local authorities are willing. Since the bill is merely permissive and the whole question rests with local authorities, the board was of the opinion that the measure would pass. Discuss Schools _ How library work will develop in view of the two new junior high schools and the new library building was also discussed. A statement by Dr. C. L. Cushman, director of research and curriculum of the Denver public schools, on how positive education seeks the co-operation of the public library clarified come of the needs o£ these two junior high schools. Dr. Cushman said in the article- In progressive education each pupil is helped to make a more constructive use of the facilities of the community. All too often school authorities p e r m i t the school to provide for pupils a means of escape from certain pnases of community life. A typical ofiense is that o£ permitting the school library to stand in the way of pupils learning to use the public libraries of the community. Should Use Library ., "Part of the responsibility /or the fact that a majority of the graduates of our high schools do not make extensive use of the pubhc library in the immediate jears after graduation can be charged to this offense. Either school and public libraries should be combined or the school should take great pains to see that learning to use the community library ranks high among the objectives of the school." The picture of Newtonville'' new library in Newtonville, Mass.' was at the meeting and the members were interested in what the Newtonv-ille garden dub is plan Gain Reported The librarian's report showed a gain m circulation of 535 volumes over February, 1938. Half of the books circulated are fiction and half non-fiction. The members commented on New and Used MOTORS FOR SALE I have a few new and used motors that can be bought risht. Order your new boat now as there is a special discount. Authorized dealer for Evin- rnde and Elto motors, Thompson boats. SHADY BEACH Boat Livery South Shore Clear Lake tJ,» i "jimueniea S «h ri, am0unt ° f men «ne do in the library. In arfHTt;TM t- -.+,, o *, M J J J V f M I i f c U. in the library. In . me to 31 month, 1,082 were mended aVthe" ^[hT;- The WPA assist ants help with this work. New borrowers registered at the library were 310. "· v*. ocindGrson, represent-- ing Holabird and Root, library architects, as superintendent on the new building, visited the meeting. fOWA'S BEST COAL CENTERYILLE LUMP - 6 Green Coal Co. Cash PHONE 163 George Mendon Appointed County Seal Sale Chairman Attend State Tuberculosis Meeting at Des Moines The selection of George Mendon as chairman of the Cerro Gordo county Christmas seal sale next fall was announced Teusday by Paul McAuley, president of the Cerro Gordo County Tuberculosis association. The appointment of a seal sale chairman completes the county organization for participation in the convention of the Iowa Tuberculosis assocaition, which will be held in Des Moines Thursday and Friday. · Mr. Mendon, who is manager of the Pfaff Baking company here, will join other officers of the local association in attendance at the state convention. Chief speakers at this convention will be Mrs. Saidie Dunbar, Washington, D. C., president of the General Federation of Women's clubs, who will speak at the banquet Thursday evening, and Dr. Horton Casparis of the school of medicine of Vanderbilt university, the Friday noon luncheon. GEORGE MEMKHf \'-. dinnjar after wSich the' ago! SCOUT RALLY ON WEDNESDAY Boys to Demonstrate Fire by Friction at High School Gym. That local Boy Scouts are not dependent on matches to start a fire will be ably demonstrated in the boy scout rally, which is to be held in the high school gym Wednesday evening, starting at 7:45 o clock. That night scouts will give a demonstration of fire building in two different manners, fire by friction where they obtain the flame by spinning a wooden spindle on a wooden baseboard by means of a bow and also by flint and steel in which the flame is obtained by striking flint on a piece of steel. Boy Scouts will also demonstrate their ability to signal with it ? e w 'S-wag or one flag method and the semaphore which employes two flags. They will prove their ability to act in cases of emergency in the first aid contest where they will demonstrate bandaging and splinting. There will also be contests in knot tying, tower building, bugling and an undress and dress relay AU troops in the city will participate The rally will be in charge of H. L. Campbell, commissioner. Troop committeemen of the various troops will serve as judges. Parents and friends of boy scouts were invited to atetnd. Three Fined $5 Each on Speeding Charges Ray D. Waller, 1908 South Federal avenue, Kenneth Kehaler 207 East State street, and Floyd E. Ingersol, 14 Sixth street northwest, were each fined S5 and costs Tuesday by Police Judge Morris Laird on charges of speeding. Waller was arrested by police at 7:oO o'clock-Tuesday morning in front of 6 Willow drive. He was alleged to have been driving 40 miles per hour between Georgia avenue and Rock Glen on East State street. Kehaler was arrested at Thirteenth street and South Federal avenue at 11:05 o'clock Monday evening and Ingersoll was arrested it 716 _ Fourth street southwest at 7:35 o'clock Monday evening. T T D r f 1 WO DOVS LOmCSS , 10 Two boys aged 12 and 13 were arrested by police late Monday for breaking into the Madison school building Sunday afternoon and destroying property by using a fine hose. They confessed to causing the damage and were bound over to juvenile court Repairs were being made at the building. At Hospitals Mrs. L. S. Dickison, Emmetsburg, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Mrs. M. W. Sprole, 24 Eleventh street northeast, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Georgie Dee Harklerode, 610 Eleventh street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following a minor operation. Mrs. John D. Vance, IE Jefferson avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following treatment. A daughter weighing 7 pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs Joe Kasik, 916 Fifteenth Place northeast, at the Park hospital Monday A daughter weighing 8 pounds 10V2 .ounces was born to Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Kobbe, 232 Twenty-sixth street southwest, at the Park hospital Monday. Today's Biggest- Clothing Values Spring woolens now on display TaUorcd to your individual measurements. Over 500 patterns to choose from. H EGG'S Glasgow Tailors Mew LocaUon--26 2nd St. N. E. OIL TREATED Franklin s»7 Co. Nut / WOLF BROS. COAL CO. PHONE 1148 -- ;a -- - *"- VVTM* w*uu:t: mUIluaY CVe- rung, .with Harry Terrill of Des Moines, and Ursla Hubbard, New v "-'t, conducting the discussion -- the subject of "Can Democracy Stand Another War?" 'The United States has become one of the outstanding democ- "? les -, sai5 Mr. Terrill. "The thing that wili determine whether our democracy will stand is whether we as a people will be able to solve problems we find ourselves facing at the present Ume. _ Two Symptoms Presented Mr. Terrill showed, through his rejating of experiences gained from traveling in two countries how democracy had developed the people of Denmark and how the ack of it had utterly blinded the leople of Germany to another form of government. He said that democracy had been developed in Denmark through an educational system, "Denmark doesn't have the nat- iral resources that the United States has, but a much higher per- ·ntaffA nf +U~ t~~ - * « ^ - FORUM HELD BY RURAL GROUP ON WAR PROBLEMS Question of Whether Democracy Can Stand Another War Discussed Rural young people of Cerro Uordo county held a forum meeting at the courthouse Monday eVe- ninff HMfVi TJi*...,. m 'ii - -- -, ~ *.. U k.ji jiigner iftr- -- of the farms of Denmark jre lighted by electricity. The people recognized that if they are e ° ln S io ha ve the good things of iS y neede(J to trade for them Vhen people get to thinking prop'-Jy their educational problems ·e solved. Own Thei r Farms Mr. Ternll said that 97 per snt of the Danish farmers own heir farms whereas only 50 per :ent of American farmers own oJ; lr ^tTMf r t£ an farmers get 31 - B oer r-enf O f the consumer's dollar --' Danish farmer sets fiR R per cent of the consumer's doUar according to Mr. Terrill ' Germany is self-sufficient, ac- £~dmg to Mr. Terrill, but it has »,!,,," , hiehl y mobilized and the highest expression of the individual German is that "I am a German All individuality has been obliterated according to Mr. Ter- Leads Discussion Having shown examples of '" n '" es -. TMth democracy and it, Mr. Terrill turned the ,.,-- --d the forum discussion "- ant) Democracy Stand Another War.' The discussion was infor- -.-_ members of the organ- joining in at will. right of free press and free speech, the right for self government, religious freedom, right rial by jury, civil -·--·'- vere discussed. . . "-"-^fciciie witn countries and solve internal economic wars. "«ernai i.? tat ! s ,? oes to war Jt would the taking over of many ·nment, the nd the pos""* "* ui *ui.eratin2 demrw racy, for one such country not stand if other * failed. 2 Youths Rob Woman Who First Believed Holdup Was Prank ......*, A,ebr., (j^P)---Mrs IVTir tha Bye told police two armed masked youths entered her hS Monday night and robbed her of S3o in cash and jewelry valued -- ^---JO. Mrs. Bye, a widow said she first treated the holdup as enpnT ""«'.she was threatened, forced to sit on a couch and head a Th 3 * 64 ^ rown over her no? d i-nsure e d. 3eWelry ' She Said ' Was L L RaymondN^wChairman INHALATOR AND of Memorial Association Committee Chosen to Elect Speaker for Coming Observance L. L. Raymond, former commander of Clausen-Worden Legion post and identified with veterans activities here for many years, was elected chairman of the Mason City memorial association at the 1939 organiaztion meeting held at the courthouse Monday evening where preparations were started for the observance of Memorial day. John Williams, one of the three remaining G. A. H. members in Mason City, was elected honorary chairman. Otto Engebretsen, head of the V. P. W. post in Mason City was chosen vice president; Mrs Harry W. Ditch, secretary, and Mrs. Emma Duncan, treasurer Mr. Raymond appointed Lloyd Smitz, C. W. Bistiine and Vail Wilson on the committee for the selection of a speaker lor the Memorial day program. The next'meeting'of the association will be held April 17, at which time further preparations will be made for the observance of Memorial day. The program will, as in former years, consist of a parade through the business section of the city and music and speeches at the cemetery. The Memorial association which sponsors the annual observance of :he day that is set aside to honor the soldier dead, i s made up of representatives of veterans organizations and their auxiliaries. HOBBYSHOVF RULES AIRED Thirteenth Annual Event Scheduled March 21 to 25 Ever since the hobby shop opened at the Y. M, C . A. the first aart of January the boys enrolled n the project have been urged to get their projects ready for the 13th annual boy's hobby show vhich will be under auspices of he Kiwanis club and the Y M C. A. from March 21 to 25, according to John Buhr, in charge of the hobby show. In a talk on the North Iowa Forum over KGLO Monday evening Mr. Buhr stated that the show is open to any boy living in Cerro Gordo county between the ages of 9 and 18. There is no charge for entry and it is not necessary for a boy to secure his entry Wanks before the opening day. Groups May Enter Any articles made in class- corns, Y. M. C. A. hobby shop manual training classes, boy scout projects and in church groups may be entered, said the speaker. roup projects may also be en- ered. In addition to ribbons to the first three winners in each class, ups will be given to the high point winners in the junior and emor divisions. A school cup will e given to the grade and junior ugh school amassing the greatest number of points from those who make entries from their school. Divided Into Classes Hobbies are divided into four ·lasses in the show, according to he speaker. They are construc- ive and collective- hobbies and constructive and collective collections. An individual is limited to five entries. Adults were instructed by Mr. Buhr to get in touch with IAMOND SPECIAL OVER A HALF CARAT A Bright, Clean Stone, AQI Nicely Mounted LIVERGOOD BROS. JUST ARRIVED MEN'S NEW Spring Suits · New Drape Models · New Patterns · Single and Double Breasted · All Wool · Extra Values at $18.50 $24.50 $29.50 JOHN WILLIAMS Evron Karges at the Y. M. C A because the committee desires to have a number of adults place their hobbies on exhibit for the inspiration of other adults. Mrs. Jorgensen Asks $1,000 Alimony in Divorce Suit Filed A suit for divorce asking $1,000 permanent alimony and §100 for attorney's fees was filed by Flo A. Jorgensen, Clear Lake, in district court here Monday against Anew Jorgensen. She charged uel and inhuman treatment complaining in her petition that her husband was guilty of "constant harassing and nagging" and that he kept company with other women. The couple was married at Canton, S. Dak., May 16, 1929, according to the petition, and lived together until March 4, 1939. RESUSCITATORIS LATEST ADDITION New Mechanisra With Iron Lung to Be Placed in Fire Station Complete pulmonary life saving equipment will be available to residents of Mason City by tne end of this week, it was announced Tuesday in connection with the information that the city has purchased a combination inhalatoi- and resuscitator. The new equipment, together with the iron lung purchased a year ago, will be placed in the central fire station where it will be available for emergencies, according to City Manager Herbert T. Barclay. Mr. Barclay was a member of the committee headed by te6 Sweesy, chairman, and including Drs. L. R. Woodward and William C. Egloff which was responsible for the success of the campaign to provide Mason City with an iron lung, : For Servicing Equipment ·'. The auxiliary equipment, which provides Mason City with the most up to date life saving mechanism available, was purchased entirely with city funds, Mr. Sweesy said, and the balance re- - maining from oversubscription for the iron lung will be turned over to the city to be used for servicing the equipment. The iron lung will be used only under the direction of a physician and will be available upon application to either Dr. Woodward or Dr. Egloff. "The inhalator-resuscitator will meet a long felt need," asserted Fire Chief Dan Shire. "The inhalator equipment of the P. G. and E has been of great help with us and it will include the resuscitator as well." For Salvage Sauad The life saving eouipment is recognized as standard equipment for any salvage squad, the chief pointed out. He brought out annual reports from a number of cities to sho\y the number of times the life saving squads had been called upon during the year. The inhalator-resuscitator is used in connection with drown- - mgs, gas victims, electric shocks at childbirth and for sudden attacks of heart disease, the reports showed. The equipment will be operated by the salvage squad, the chief said, and whenever possible a doctor will be present to direct the . work. It is used only in connection with artificial respiration, he stressed, and a number of the local firefighters are experts in life saving methods, several of them being qualified teachers. f Amazing 5-Tube Compact! SAFETY- APPROVED gfj by Underwriters' Laboratories! 70 80 9Q100128 P|50- Sim L^llIMiSSSl PAY ONLY 7 BOYS' and STUDENTS' SUITS Double Breasted Sport Models-in New Shades of Green, Blue and Stripes. $7.50,. $13.50 Wm. ALTER "GOOD CLOTHES" 107 South Federal A WEEK! HURRY! 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