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March 10, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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Mason City News on This Page :l ^^ TUESDAY, MARCH 10; 1931 North Iowa's Home Newspaper Mas 's Murch 18, 19, 20 and 21--Mason City's annual spring opening. Miirch 19, 20 and 21--North Central division of Iowa State Teachers' association to hold convention here. March SO--Election of city council^ men. iai Masoin 'City Tree and Flower talks, WCCO, 8:30 a. rn. Chicago, fflO.Qp by bus. Jofferson Bus Depot. .Phone 174. E. P. Tracy, stamp clerk at the postoffice, 'was /unable to be at work Tuesday because of illness. Farm Loans--Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. L. Patton, 1 East State Street. ; New styles in Table, Bridge and Junior Lamps on display at the People's Gas and Electric Co. Dr. Horace C. Beemer has returned from Minneapolis, where he attended the Minnesota state dental meeting. , ' Will build a garage 10x18, material and lanor, for 5140. Will gladly give estimates on new or remodel work. Fred Pinneke. Phone 3661J. Regular M. B. A. meeting- Wed evening, Eagles hall, followed by entertainment and refreshments for memb?rs and invited guests. Birth certificates have been filed in the office of the clerk for Jean Elaine, daughter "of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Donald Hadasll, 516 North '; Delaware avenue, born Jan. 15; Ronald Howard, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Harry Ralph Wolf, 1112 Third street northwest, born Feb. 24, anc Jo Anne Glee, daughter of Mr. anc .Mrs; FaiU*E. Artz, Nora Springs born March 3. , Xgain we ask you to compare our .tires with all other riiakes. We give more weight, more rubber, more width, morejiplies and more miles for the' same price. Phone 2584 iBrewer Tire and Battery Co. BIDS FOR NEW POSTOFFICE APRIL 7 ; ' : ' ' . . : ' · . " · NOTIOE" " Neither, the SMITH OPTICAL SER MnCT-Hi^JaAWKi VHl' SMITH, Eye- Sight ' Sp^iaUst ~6pMatilyV irnvTi, · 1 in,: any;, way connected with the Smith Optical Co. of Mason City ; Iowa. This 'notice Is not published to cast any reflection toward the Mason City concern, lor whom I hold none but the kindliest feelings, but simply to prevent any possibility of misunderstanding or 'confusion. DR. FRANK - H. SMITH, O. D. Eye 1 Sight Specialist Manly, Iowa. CONTRACTORS TO OBTAIN PLANS BY DEPOSIT OF $25 New Building to House Federal Activities in Mason ' City. . Bids for the construction of Mason City's federal building will be opened in the office of the supervis- ng architect of the treasury department at Washington, D. C., on April 7, according to information received here Tuesday. Contractors wishing to bid on the structure may obtain drawings and specifications, not exceeding three sets, by writing- the office of the supervising architect and Inclosing a deposit of $25 to insure prompt return. Checks offered as deposits must oe made payable to the order of the treasurer of the United States. Cash deposits will not he accepted, according to James A. Wetmore, .acting supervising architect. To Supply Materials The hjds are to be made on the basis of supplying all of the materials and performing all the work in connection with the construction, with exception of the elevators. The new federal building, which besides housing the postoffice, will have room for .the federal court, county, agent and other offices, is to be erected on Delaware avenue anc Second street northeast. It wil have a frontage on Delaware avenue of 128 feet and on Second street of 87 feet. The structure will be of classical, design with exteriot walls faced with red brick' and trimmed with stone. To Have First Floor The postoffice will occupy the entire first floor, various other governmental activities the second floot and the federal court, the third floor'. Funds totaling $385,000 have been authorised ...for the .new structure but. more^tJbianithis' can : be-Ssed:i required" ; td complete' the atriictiin as specified, according to word re ceived here. MRSJJOYCEES AT HOSPITAL HERE Funeral Services to Be Held Thursday at Olivet Methodist Church. Mrs. 'James H. Boyce, 14 Twenty- fourth street southwest, died at a local hosptal Monday afternoon. She had been ill for the past year. Funeral services will be held at the Olivet - Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon with the Rev. Roy D. Wiggins, pastor of the Nazarene church, in charge. Burial will be at Elmwood. Mrs. Boyce was born Feb. 12, 1892 at Blue Earth, Minn. She had lived here for the past 15 years. ~ She is survived by two sons, Warren, 14, Lester, 12; four daughters, Mrs. Lenia Overlein, Mason City; Victoria Astor, 16, Leatha Alice, 7, and Georgia -Lou, '3, her husband and her mother, Mrs. Lena Kruse, Amery, Wis. Mrs. Boyce was a member of the Nazarene church. $2,000 BUYS A well located Clear Lake cottage, wel! built, modern. Four rooms with sleeping porch and garage. §200 will handle and balance ' in monthly payments. Write or Call ECK RjQS Phone 184 Krcsge Bldg. I Daly Epigrams! Tho 'diamond is the hardest- known substance--to get. TLUMBINO HEATING VISITS HERE ON 19-DAYFURLOUGH H. E. Sweetser R e t u r n s From Cruises on Pacific With U. S. S. Henderson. Howard E. Sweetser, son of Mr and Mrs. Howard F. Sweetser, 22 South Louisiana avenue, is spend ing a 19 day leave of absence will his parents. Mr. Sweetser is assigned to th II. S. S. Henderson, from which h was furl9ughed to come to Mason City. The Henderson is now in dry dock at Hampton Roads, Va., from which it will start March 17 on z trip to the Pacific ocean ports. Mr Sweetser will leave Mason City on Friday of this week and go aboard the ship on March 1(3. Since Mr Sweetser left M^son City in January of 1930 he has traveled around th United States coast from Ne\ York to Seattle and has visited Ha waii, the Philippines, China an Russia. He has gone thru the Pan ama Canal on three occasions. Louis, William Wolf Start Western Trip Louts Wolf of the Mier Wolf an Sons company of Mason City an William Wolf of the Austin brand store left by car for Phoenix, Ariz Tuesday morning. They plan t meet Mr. and Mrs. Charles Codde of Mason City who are now visitin in California, 'ttiey plan to be gon from three to five weeks. CAKD OF THANKS . We wish to thank the Sisters an Nurses of the Mercy hospital an many kind friends and neighbor for their sympathy and beautifu floral offerings extended in the los of our dear sou and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCarth and Mary Geraldine. · Don't-- jeopardize your holdings b falling .down on your interes payment. Borrow from u quickly and confidentially. UNITED SERVICE INC Pagenhart, Knudso'n and Wolf in Councilman Race etitions in Circulation for STEVENS, WILEY AND ROBERTSON ON BOARD HERE ^ All Candidates Are Elected School Directors in Light Vote. A total of 131 votes were cast in he regular school election which ilonday placed Ralph Wiley, R. E lobertson and T. M. Stevens on he board of school directors. Mr. Wiley received i29 votes. Mr. Robertson 127 votes and Mr. Stevens 124 votes. One vote apiece was cast for Willis G. C. Bagley, Wii- iam Butler, Erdix Swift and Mrs E. MacDonald. The distribution of the vote is shown in the following table: Three Candidates for Council. Petitions for three candidates to ill two positions on the city coun- il went into circulation in Mason iity Tuesday. Mier ,WoIf and tlerman Knudson, ouneilmen running for re-election, and W. J. Pagenhart, Northwestern ailroad engineer, are the candidates efinitely in the race so far. The city election at which the 1st 2nd 3rd 4tli Ward Ward Ward War- Wiley 30 39 36 24 Robertson ... 29 38 36 24 Stevens 38 3E The vote for the past two elee- :ions holds the record for .being ight, declared R. L,. James, for the past 20 years secretary of the school board. A comparison of thu ;wo years follows: 1931 1930 First Ward 31. 30 Second Ward 38\ 51 Third Ward .38 23 Fourth Ward 24 28 Total 131 131 Altho interest in the school election is low, the school board had control of funds provided by a dis trict lev/of 80 mills while the city council spends only a 68 mill levy Mr. James pointed out.- Retiring board members are Wil Its G. C. Bagley, E. H. Wagner anc Frank C. "Goodman. ' ; " New board members will take of fice at the regular meeting Monday AT THE HOSPITALS C. H. VanNostrand, 1627 Nortl Fede'ral avenue, underwent a mino operation at Park hospital Monday but was able to leave the same day T.- C. Nelson, Klemme, who has been at Mercy hospital for a majo operation, was dismissed Tuesday. Mrs. E. M. Duke, 1012 Thir. street northwest, was admitted t Story hospital for a major opera tion Monday. Harold V. Jones, Lone Rock, wa admitted to Park hospital for minor operation Monday. Milo Scherf, 1519 Pennsylvani avenue northeast, was admitted t Park hospital for treatment Mon day. Mrs. E. V. Ryan,- 678 Sevent' street northeast, underwent a mino operation at Park hospital Monda but was able to leave the same day Tony Garufis, 116 Fifteenth stree northwest, was admitted to Part hospital for treatment Monday. Mrs. Fred Lippert, 521 Washing ton avenue northwest, was admil ted to Mercy hospital for, treat ment Monday. · ' Mrs. G. D. Palmer, 105 Vermon avenue southeast, was admitted t Mercy hospital for treatment to day. Mrs. S. E. Beck, Nora Springs who underwent a major operatic at Mercy hospital, was dismisse Tuesday. Mrs. Floyd Kitchens, Nor Springs, was dismissed from Merc hospital Tuesday with her infan son. A seven pound eight and one ha! ounce son was born to Mr. and Mrs Charles Barlow, 1132 West Stat street, at Park hospital Monday. James Kantaris, 651 Jackson ave nue southwest, who .underwent minor operation at Park hospita waa dismissed Monday. Clarence Ward,, route 1, was dismissed from Park hospital'Monday following treatment. Bob Newberry, route 4, was dismissed from'Park hospital Monday following treatment. Shirley Hnyden, 248 Twentieth street southeast, was dismissed from Park hospital Monday following treatment. Mrs.'C. W. Robinson,'730 Ninth street northeast, was dismissed from Park hospital Monday following treatment. Mrs. H. R. Wolf and baby son, 1112 Third street southwest, wen: dismissed from. Park hospita! Monday. Mrs. H. E. Sisson, Clear Lake, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Tuesday. wo councilmen will be chosen takes lace March 30. It is necessary for andidates to file their petition 10 :ays before the election. The final date for registration for he city election is also 10 days be- ore the regular city election, ac- ording to J. H. MeEwen, city clerk. 'he clerk's office will be open until o'clock Saturday afternoon for he convenience of those who wish o register and find difficulty in dong so at other times, Mr. MeEwen aid. Regular office hours for the clerk's office are from. 8 o'clock in .he forenoon until 5 o'clock in the afternoon except Saturday when the office is ordinarily closed in the afternoon. To be permitted to vote everyone not previously registered must reg- ster, those who have moved their residence must correct their address and anyone who has changed her name by marriage or divorce must register, according to city officials. CHARITY BALL BROT $942,60 Fund Is Turned Over to Associated Charities of Mason City. J. H. Tait, eminent commander of Antioch commandery of the KtiSgHta ^-Templar, ·· iumtfuceed" Tuesday that his organization had netted a ttoal of $942.60 from- the annual Templar charity ball held some weeks ago. This fund has been turned over to the Associated Charities, Mr. Talt stated. JOHNSON PLEADS GUILTY AND GETS 20 YEARS IN PEN Returns From Cherokee to 'Receive Sentence of Judge . H. Kelley. ' Charles Johnson Tuesday morning pleaded guilty in the district court to a county attorney's information filed by Roe Thompson, county attorney, charging him with burglary of a dwelling 1 . house in the nighttime. He was sentenced by Judge C. H. Kelley to 20 years at Fort Madison penitentiary. Johnson was arrested by police officers on New Year's eve after he had broken and -entered Dr. T. A. Nettleton's home on South Carolina avenue. No one was home at the time when neighbors saw someone in the house with a flashlight and notified police. Johnson was found later that night at the residence of a Negro family by- the name of Smith on.South Federal avenue. He at first feigned insanity and the local Insane commission committed him to the state insane hospital at Cherokee for observation and while there he and another inmate overpowered a guard and nearly succeeded in effecting his escape. Johnson struck one of the guards with an iron bar which he had procured. He was finally overpowered and placed udder surveillance for another month and Superintendent Donohoe and his staff of assistants became satisfied that Johnson was merely feigning his insanity. Dr. Donohoe accordingly notified the county attorney, under the statutes, £o come and get the defendant else he would be turned loose, stating that the defendant was a desperate man and that he was not insane. Accordingly, Mr. Thompson and deputy sheriffs went to Cherokee ^Monday and returned to Mason City Monday evening with Johnson and he was arraigned Tuesday morning on the information which- had been previously liled in district court charging him with burglary. I/. R. Boomhower was appointed by the court as counsel for the defendant. Divorced Wife to Get One-Third of Salary Mrs.. Margaret Bowling was granted a divorce from - B. L. Bowling by Judge Joseph J. Clark in the district court Monday, the allegation being cruel and inhuman treatment. The decree specified the plaintiff was to receive alimony of one-third of the defendant's salary, not to exceed $75 a month. for the purpose of determining the trend of modern co-operative marketing and to learn what steps should be taken in the future. Such questions as the relation of the farm co-operative to the private middlemen, methods of improving distribution, adjustment of farm selling to fluctuating market prices and the details of operating' cooperative marketing system. Heretofore we nave seen able to see but somebody's little liver pills first. With the billboards coming down, many are glad to see America first.--Los Angeles Times. EXPERTS CONFER ON MARKETING Taff, Miller and Thompson Meeting With Bureau Committees. Three agricultural experts from Iowa State college at Ames held a conference in the Y. M. C. A. Monday afternoon for county agents and marketing committees of Farm Bureau organizations in this territory. Representatives were here from Cerro Gordo, Wright, Hancock and Worth counties. The speakers at the conference were Paul Miller, chief of marketing; Paul Taff, assistant director of the extension service, and Sam Thompson, agricultural economist. The conference was held chiefly ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Car washed «yj" or grensed / D C Sanio Quality Work as Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. The schedule shows a drought in 1930, a possible extra session in 1031 and a national election in 10.12. 250 KNIGHTS TO MEET ON EASTER Members of Commanderies in Surrounding Towns to Attend Service. One of the largest Easter gatherings ever held'by Knights Templar in Mason City is scheduled-for the annual observance here April 5, when the knights of Antioch com- mandery are inviting- to participate in the service here the members of commanderie's in several of the surrounding communities. Between 250 and 300 knights are expected to be here from Charles City, Osagc, West Union, New Hampton and Albert Lea. They wilj be accompanied by their wives. The Easter service will be held at the Congregational church at 11 o'clock in the morning, with Dr. W. L. Dibble delivering- the sermon. The knights will march -to the church in uniform from the temple at 10:45 o'clock. J. H. Talt, eminent commander, has appointed a commitee made up of W. A. Westfall, C. A. Hanson, Ed Stoltz, Joe Daniels, Carl Parker and Ralph Willis to make arrangements for the entertainment of the guests. Street Signs Arrive; Will be Placed Soon The remainder of the street signs purchased 'by the city have been delivered, according to P. F. Hopkins, city manager. The signs will be placed -as time permits and work will start as soon as the condition of the ground permits, Mr. Hopkins said. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the Mason City fire department and neighbors and all others who assisted in helping us put out toe fire Saturday night on our farm. Mr. and Mrs.- C. A. Dyer and Son. We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This la the regular $1.50 wash! · S. R . CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. W. What Is Best liy R. W. FISCHBECK Funeral Services for 0. T. Dawson Are Held Funeral services ror Grace T. Dawson, 304 Madison avenue northwest, were heia at McAuleys Funera! home Monday afternoon. The service was in charge of the Rev. William H. Spence, assisted by the Rev. John Christensen and the Rev. W. A. McKibben, Nevada. Burial was at Algona. Pallbearers were W. S. Wilcox, Theodore Winters, C. A. O'Harrow and Mr. Graham. Mrs. C. V. Smith sang "There Is No Night There" and "Jesus Savior Pilot Me." We couldn't give the seven-year lo- i speed is custs a date till '33.--Detroit News, i News. Captain Campbell says there Is no excitement in going four'miles a minute. They say stopping at that the real thrill.--Detroit The "Ordinary Life Policy" is the original, simplest and, for the average man, the best form of contract. The insurance protection it furnishes is cheaper to the policy holder, year by year, than that of any other permanent' f o r m . Hence for the man who needs protection, and intends to use the institution of Life Insurance for that end to its fullest capacity--to get all the benefit out of it that his money will secure--for that man the "Ordinary Life" is unquestionably the best. It contains everything that any other policy has in direct proportion to premium paid. If written in the New England Mutual, this is a very desirable plan and Ralph Fischbeck will be glad to explain other advantages to you. "Brighten Up" Have Wood "Brighten Up" your home. WALL DECORATING Any Kind W. K. WOOD PHONE 2489-W Dr. R. W. Shultz j . PILES (Hemorrhoids) non-surgical Treatment. Other Rectal Conditions. Intestinal Stasis (Constipation) Specific Treatment. Write for Booklet. Rooms 218, 219, 220 First Nat 1 ]. Bank Bldg., Office Phone 812. Res. Hotel Hanford, Phone 2060. DR. H. K. JONES DENTIST Makes Dentures (Plates) as low as, d» | A per plate «?1U EXTRACTIONS X-RAY SERVICE DR. H. K. JONES 15 '/j N. FEDERAL PHONE 325 Many Business Girls Should Wear Glasses A busy day brings many strains upon the nerves of the business girl. The wise girl saves her "nerves" by wearing scientifically accurate glasses, because she has learned from experience that eye-atrain reacts upon the entire nervous system and shows at once in a tired face, 'irritability and general discomfort. Have your eyes examined at cur office, where you will find a service of safety and satisfaction. J. H. GREVE OITOMETRIST Phone 658 1st Nat'I. Bank BIilj;. c-o HEATO Coal ECONOMY SooMess BLACK HAWK III. Lump KENTUCKY Nut W.G. Block Co. PHONE 563 WHY I AM A FORD DEALER-Because of the fact.that Ford does not build yearly models. 5 million model A Forda have been built and the Ford motor company state they will build 30 million before a complete model change"is made. Ford owners do not suffer model depreciation. Drive new Ford and notice the unusual snap and pick up. The New York police Dept. have over 450 Fords in service. The Quaker Oats Co. have 250 salesman using Fords. A recent letter from the Morton Salt Co. states they have 225 salesmen using Ford ca'rs. The American Telephone and Telegraph and subsidiaries have 8207 Ford units. The American Railway express use 2185 Ford units. Swift and company have approximately 3,000 Ford units. There must be a reason. These largo fleet buyers are interested in these points, low cost per mile, minimum depreciation. The Ford car is the answer. Don't buy a car until you see the cut away exhibit in our showroom, learn what is on the inside then compare.--Clarence Schukei. Now Is the Time-- to get that last bit of coal to finish the Winter and Spring, while lawns are froze and you don't have to pay for carrying. We have quality coal from $6.90 to $12.50 per ton delivered. Wagner Coal Co. Phone 986 1130 So. Carolina These Fine Pipes Dunhillj Ben Wade, Comoy and Peterson -- imported from England and Ireland, are sold by us. Nowhere else in Mason City will you find such an assortment of Imported and Domestic Pipes at all prices. CIGAR STORES in the HOTEL HANFORD Mason City, Iowa Why? Gash Garry Cleaners Can Do You Good Cleaning for Less No Pick-Up Expense No Delivery Expense No Bookkeeping Expense CASH CARRY CLEANERS 401 N. FEDERAL AVE. 213 S. FEDERAL AVE. 21 E. STATE ST. .11

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