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April 6, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 6 1934 STATEWIDE ORGANIZATION OF RETAILERS WILL BE FORMED WILL Gl VET ft X, ^INFORMATION Meeting to Be Called Soon; Jacobson Is Chairman of Group. DES .MOINES, April 6. CSV-Ar- rangements, were going forward today for a statewide organization of Iowa retailers, to be composed of 'representatives of each of the retail trade associations. Philip R. Jacobson of Mason City, who was elected chairman, said the principal purpose of the organization will be to'give service and information to the retailers in the application of the retail sales tax and the'NBA retail codes. Named to. a committee on arrangements, which was instructed to call an early meeting, were Jacobsen, A G. Keyes of Cedar Rapids, Robert Duffy of Des Homes, James Peering of Boone, and N. H. Nlel- son of Des Moines. The meeting'also decided to recommend to the state board of assessment and review appointment of a retail sales tax administrator who is thoroughly familiar with retailing problems. Michael Announces Reappomtment of 2 Institution Heads DES MOINES, April 6. UP)--Reappointment of two heads of state institutions was announced here today by 0. H..Mlcha"el, chairman of the state board of control. E. Pauline Jones was renamed superintendent of the women's reformatory at Rockwell City for a four year term. Her present term expires April 30. Salary is $r,800 a year. . Dr. R. A. Stewart was reappointed superintendent of the Independence state hospital for a four year term. His term expires June ,30. Salary is $2,700. George Dale to Talk at Hampton Monday Evening HAMPTON, April 6.--The Parent Teacher association will meet Monday evening at the high school building. Music for the meeting will ''be furnished by the girls' glee club and a musical farce will be given Tr- Mrs. Howard Dirst, Mrs. Howard Hughes, Lee Lemke and John D. Conley, the title being "Afternoon Calls." George Dale, Mason City, will be-the principal, speaker --on th's-program, having as his subject, "Mental Hygiene." Hampton Band to Compete Saturday at Ames Meet HAMPTON, April 6.--The Hampton school band, which was given a superior rating in the sub-district contest recently held at Nevada will go to Ames tomorrow to participate in the district school bane contest. The Hampton aggregation will appear in class B of the contest and will be under the direction of the leader, F. O. Griffin. 4 Fined for Keckless Driving. EAGLE GROVE, April 6.--John Bernard was arrested Tuesday and taken before the mayor on a charge of reckless driving of an automobile while in a state of intoxication. He was fined $30 and his license revoked. . Stafford Again Marshal. DITMONT, -April 6.--The town council, re-appointed Milton Stafford as marshal and street commissioner. The council as a board of review checked over the assessor books of Ray Boots. Superintendent at Fromberg. ROCK'FALLS. April 6.--Mr. ane Mrs. George Duff received won that their son, Ross, has been elected superintendent of the From berg, Mont-, public schools for the ·joming year. H E R E A N D T H E R E a , * * * . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Returns From Hospital. TTTONKA -- Edward F. Callies, Spanish American war veteran, re- :urued Wednesday from Hot Springs, S. Dak., where he spent about .five months taking treatment at a yetarns' hospital. Will Kcdecorate Parsonage. CORWITH--Plans to redecorate he Baptist parsonage were made at he monthly meeting of the Bap- ist Sunday school officers and .eachers held Tuesday evening at he home of the S. S. superintendent, Harry Brown. Leave for East. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Bachman left Wednesday for 3odgeville, N. Y., after a visit at he C. V. McCullough home. En- oute they will visit in Chicago and at Gary, Ind., with Mrs. Bachman's ister, Mildred McCullough, dental lygieuist in the Gary schools. Honored on Birthday. MESERVEY--Henry Grosz was urprised on his eighty-first birthday by a class of Evangelical Sunday school boys led by their teacher, Mrs. L. B. Hulsebus, who sang the jirthday song. Mr. Grosz has been a shut-in for the past year. In the afternoon at 1:30, he'saw the baptism of his great granddaughter, Doris Peanne Gruisz, by the Rev. E. iampman of the Reformed church. Returns From Rapids. MANLY--Mrs. E. J. Peterson and son Galyn, returned from Cedar Rapids yesterday. They visited former Manly residents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harper. Mrs. Larsen Treasurer. -NORA SPRINGS--The Woman's Missionary society of the Evangelical church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edith Ritze with Mrs. Gunn as assisting hostess. Mrs. Henry Cast led devotions and Mrs. Selby Russell had charge of the lesson. The Mission Band gave- a short program. Mrs. Fred Larseri was chosen treasurer to' succeed Mrs. Selby Russell who is going to Milwaukee to reside. Returns From Florida. CORWITH--Mrs. Anna Oxley re* turned Wednesday from an extender visit with her daughter, Mrs. Trix Osborne at Lakeland, Fla., accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Hernan Springer and son, Jesse Oxley. In Critical Condition. ALLISON--Mrs. A. C. Crawford, jast of Allison, is in critical condi- ion due to heart trouble and infirmities of age. Her children have jeen summoned to her bedside. Born at Ilockford. ROCKFORD -- Born to Mr. anc Mrs. Vern Ewald, a daughter namec Phyllis Carol. This is the second daughter. Born to Mr. and Mra Thomas Tumilson a nine pound son Returns From Webster City. GORDONSVH-.LE, Minn. -- Mrs D. S. Resor after spending the win ter with a daughter at Webster City has returned to her home here Church Fair Planned. LATEMER -- The officers am teachers of the M. E. church me and made arrangements for the church fair in May. Return From Oklahoma. ALEXANDER-r-Mr.. and Mrs Fred Freeman and daughter, Edna Bee returned home after a week' visit .with friends and relatives a Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Griggs Hostess. H U T C H I N S -- Mrs. Wallac Griggs was hostess to the Prairi Center Ladies Aid society Wednes day afternoon. Anniversary Is Celebrated. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Otti Bublitz celebrated their thirtieth wedding anniversary Wednesday evening at their home north -0 town. About 75 friends and relative were present Music was furnishec by Elsbeth Hackbart, Pearl anc Clara Bublitz, Ervin and' Amok Hackbart, Esther and the Rev. C Landbeck. Visitor From Iowa City. ALEXANDER--Fay Gaulke o Iowa City visited at the Mrs. Sta Larsen home. Whose Fault? When * CtaW Won't StuJy "Kept after school!" And it isn't the child's fault, or the teacher's. His mother is to blame. How can-a boy get his lessons when his senses are dulled day.after day by dosing with sickening purgatives? When a child's bowels are stagnant they need help, of course. But not some drastic drag to upset the stomach, perhaps weaken the entire system; or form the laxative habit. On the right, parents will find a nappy solution of this problem: Here's a boy who gets good marks, has time and energy for play. He is never ill, hardly ever has so much as a cold. When he does show any symptoms of being sluggish, his mother knows just what to do. She gives him a little California Syrup of Figs--and that is all. It's a ' natural, fruity laxative that is agreeable to take, and its gentle laxative action comes from senna. Parents are urged to use just pure California Syrup of Figs. Be sure bottle says 'California'. EX-WARDEN INDICTED Seniors Hold Party. MANLY--The. senior class of the high school held a party in the gym last night. · The- 'class sponsor, Coach Dave Cook,, chaperoned the party. Former Residents Buried. LONEROCK--Mr., and-Mrs.. -Arthur Sprank drove to Humboklt, attending the funeral'services 'of'Ira' Newbrough and also drove to-Fonda attending the funeral of Mrs. Richard WalsK Both were former Loneroekers. . Honored on Birthday. POPEJOY--Mrs. Joseph Waggoner, Jr., entertained' a" grbiip 'of relatives and friends -at. a .birthday party in honor of her mother, Mrs. Mabel Kelsey Wednesday, afternoon. Trip Is Described. CLARION--The · Brotherhood of the Congregational church met for dinner Wednesday'night.-The-Rev. H. O. Spelman entertained the group with a travelog, describing a trip into eastern Canada and along the Atlantic coast. The program had been planned by C. H. Crowe and B. A. Banks. Visitor From Colorado. CRESCO--Mrs. Frances Low of Fowler, Colo., came for an extended visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. »rge G. McCuistion. Mrs. 0. B. Jenson, 61, Dies at Lake Mills; Funeral to Be Monday LAKE MILLS, April £. --Mra. O. B. Jenson, 61, died at her home here Wednesday night. Mrs. Jenson had been ill for -some time. Mrs. Jenson had been a resident of Lake Mills more than 31 years. Besides her husband she leaves 3 daughters Olga MacAvoy of Davenport, Martha Ambrosen of Chicago and Olive a senior at Iowa State college. She also leaves 3 brothers. Funeral services will be conducted' Monday at 2 o'clock at the home. The family requested that the home services be strictly private for members of immediate family only. Services at the Salem Lutheran church will be at 2:30, The Rev.' 0. R. Sletten officiating. Nora Springs Junior Class Play Prepared .NORA SPRINGS, April 6.--The junior class will present a class play "Sound Your Horn" Friday evening only in the high school auditorium. The cast of characters is Virginia Draegert, Doris Behne, Betty Hamm, Wallace Colin, Joe Henderson, .Shirley Sherman, Elinor Cutler, Elsie Treloar, William Shanks and Frederick. Ritze. The play is coached by Miss Doris Long, teacher of dramatics and English. IOWA DAIRYMEN FAVOR CONTROL Majority of Producers at State Meeting Approve AAA Plan. DBS MOINES, April 6. (ff)--Following a two day discussion of the dairy problem and probable remedies here, a majority of producers voted in favor of the program for a reduction in production from 10 to 20 per cent from the 1932-1933 average and payment of benefits to co-operators from a fund to be raised by a processing tax of from one to five cents on butterfat. This was one of the steps taken for production control of the cattle industry taken as a result of two farm meetings held here yesterday. Dairymen who held a regional conference with AAA representatives unofficially approved the principles of the program proposed by the AAA. District delegates meeting here perfected a state organization of beef producers and agreed on certain points in a tentative production control program. Submits to Operation. RUDD--Marie Roberts submitted to an appendicitis operation at the Cedar Valley hospital Wednesday night at 11:30. Nashua's Firemen Are Called From Banquet to Extinguish Blaze NASHUA, April 6.--Nashua fire company was on dress parade Wednesday night The members were enjoying an annual banquet at the Home Cafe, when the fire whistle blew, and in their best clothes they fought the flames which threatened to destroy the Dick Wright home. It is believed sparks from the kitchen stove fell on the floor. A large hole was burned in the floor, and the partition considerably burned. The family was absent at the time. Faust Is Speaker at Cresco Mission Rally CRESCO, April 6.--The Rev. A. J. Faust, missionary -on furlough from America, delivered two addresses at -the' district rally of the Woman's Missionary society at the First Evangelical church of Cresco Friday morning and afternoon, April 6. This rally included the five churches of Alta Vista, Sumner, Sumner Union, Lansing and Cresco. The Rev. Park E. Miller is pastor of the local church entertaining the convention. Visitor From Marsholltown. POPEJOY--Mrs. Dr. Sheratt of Marshall town spent Thursday in the parental, Clarence Harmon home. CAMP IN CRESCO TO PLANT TREES Enrollment of 60 Will Be Gradually Increased to Handle Work. CRESCO, April 6.--Officers of the CCC camp at Cresco announced a new program of activities for the opening of spring. Erosion dams built of various materials such as logs, rocks, wire and brush, having already been constructed at various places in this vicinity for erosion control, the next procedure will be the planting of trees, sodding and seeding along the banks of gullies to prevent further washings of the soil. The enrollment at the camp has been reduced to 60 men for the present but will be gradually increased to near three, times that many as the demand for work increases. Presbyterian Ministers of Kossuth Hold Session LONEROCK, April 6.--The Kossuth county Presbyterian ministers were entertained at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone. Attending were tfie Rev, and Mrs. Paul Carlson, the Rev. A. English and daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, all of Algbna, the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking of Lakota, the Rev. and Mrs. Archibald Conda of West Bend and. the Rev. and Mrs. S H. Aten of Burt. If convicted on charges of neglect of duty, Joseph A. McCann, above, ousted warden of the New York City prison, on Welfare Island, will be forced to serve a term in the same institution he formerly headed. McCann was removed from office following a sensational expose of conditions on Welfare Island. Taken to Hospital. ROWAN--Edwin Nelson was aken to the Hampton hospital for i operation Tuesday afternoon. Entertained by Class. ROWAN--The Rowan school faculty and wives and members of the chool board and wives were enter- ained at a dinner by the home ec- nomics class Wednesday evening. Postponed to April 2. HUTCHINS--The Orthel town- hip community meeting which was o be held Wednesday, was post- oned to April 12. Leave for Florida. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Dannie .Vhitten left by auto for Lake Worth Fla., Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Hannan, who has been m poor -health for some time. They expect to bring -her -home with them if she is able- to -make the trip. Attend State Convention. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peckham motored to Des Moines Wednesday, where Mr. Peckham is attending a state inspector's convention and a dairy meeting. They will return Saturday. Move From Mason City. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Guild of Mason City have moved into the Robert Willford house now owned by Mrs. Millie Maynard of Mason City. Join CCC Camp. GLENVTLLE, Minn .-- Antone Johnson and Hans Madsen left Thursday .morning for Fort Snelling where they will join the CCC camp. Hostess to Society. GRAFTON--The Ladies' Aid met at the parochial school Thursday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. John Bork, Sr., Mrs. Harman Walk, 'and Mrs. Emma Boettcher. Annual Meeting Saturday. ROCK FALL-S--The annual meeting of the Rock Falls Cemetery association will .be held at the Farmers' Savings bank. Saturday afternoon. Receives Emergency Treatment. OSAGE--Little Bobby Weed, son office of Dr. J. O. ~Eiel Wednesday, office of Dr. - J. O. Eiel ednesday, and given .emergency treatment,for prevention of lockjaw from injuries received when he sat' down ' on a pair of -shears. Given Postnuptial Shower. .COULTER--Mrs. Iver . Hansen was' given a postnuptial shower Friday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Jacobsen-. Her marriage was an event of last month. Fifty were present. · Taken to Rochester. ROCKFORD -- Frank Gaiser, framer, has been taken- to Roches- te- for medical advice. Mrs. Gaiser accompanied him. Hostess to Group. ROWAN--Mrs, F. L. and Fred Kercheval entertained a number of women in the F. C. Kercheval home. Sheffield Choir to Give Cantata. CHAPIN, April 6.--There will, be a cantata in the Methodist church Sunday evening at 7:30, given by the choir and others from the Baptist church of Sheffield. Will Reopen Station. EAGLE. GROVE, April 6. --The Sinclair oil station, which was vacated a month ago by Alex Krohmeyer, will be re-opened about April 7 by Roy Jergensen. He expects to have Carl Arne as his assistant. Horse Dies From Bite. NEW HAMPTON, April 6.-Earl Ashley, Bassett farmer, lost a horss valued at $125 when a horse he had bought to make a team, bit its team-mate in the neck, killing the mate instantly. New Pump Installed. PLYMOUTH, April 6.--The town has been without water practically all week because of a new pump being installed at the pumping station. HIGH TEST RE you good at riddles? : -. i Then try to V guess, whether "sensational high test gasoline" is really higher in test than "amazing high test gasoline." The longer you try, the more you appreciate the sincerity and directness of Phillips 66 ad« vertising. Instead of describing the test of Phillips 66 with broad boasting words, we publish the gravity (or high test) rating in plain figures--in exact accordance with the method prescribed by the American Petroleum Institute, the officially-recognized scientific standard; These figures prove that Phillips 66 is genuine high test. 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