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March 11, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MARCH 11 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 125 ATTEND BOY SCOUT MEETING Father and Son Banquet at Meservey; Butler Is Speaker. One hundred twenty-five were in attendance at a father and son banquet at Meservey Tuesday evening. The banquet was under the supervision of Troop 28, Boy Scouts. D. C. Daviea, scoutmaster, troop 28, presided as toastmaster. The Rev. A. K. Kenning gave the invocation at the start of the meeting- Puring the course of the meal, the entire' group ,jvas led .in scout songs by K. J. Gleason, field executive. Following the meal, the Rev. Mr. Henning welcomed all the men and boys, together with the visitors to this meeting. He included especially in his words of welcome men and scouts from Alexander. The scouts in Alexander are affiliated with troop 28. Gives Address. Several accordion selections were given by Don Johnson. The selections were well received by the men and boys present. Mr. Davies introduced the Rev. G. R. Buckwalter of Alexander, leader of the Alexander boys connected with the Boy Scout troop, who gave a talk on why he was interested in the Boy .Scout movement. Clarence Ruigh entertained the group with two vocal solos. Following these selections, W. P. Butler of Mason City gave the main address of the evening. Mr. Butler is scout commissioner of the North Iowa area council. In his talk, Mr. Butler called particular attention to the changing conditions and environment in which the boy of today is living as^compared with the boys of a few years back. Mr. But- ·ler felt that when the community recognizes that problem .exists that it is a long way toward being solved. Raise $181 Total. Mr. Davies turned the meeting over to G. B. Raecker, chairman ol the troop committee. Mr. Raecker announced that it was necessary to raise their quota- for 1931. He called upon Mr. Gleason to explain what this money was used for Following this explanation, ' Mr Raecker proceeded to raise the quota for 1931. The men present responded very heartily and thcii quota was over-subscribed. The men paid in $181 at the meeting. ·The men sponsoring' the father and son meeting stated that the one this year was much more successful than the one conducted last year. . . t 35c lieved by one Swallow of 60e THOX1NE SOLD BY HUXTABLE DRUG CO STATE, WAR, NAVY BUILDING TO BE REMODELED Tlus model, top, ol state, war and navy building, at; Washington, has been accepted by the fine arts commission, for the remodeling. The present building will be made to look like the U. S. treasury building-, following the new building plan for government Instituti mis. Below is present the structure. AT THE HOSPITALS Gladys Dobel, Manly, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Tuesday. Mrs. C. E. Lantz, 734 Birch drive, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. Mrs. Blanch Parsons, 315 Twenty- seventh street southwest! was admitted to Story hospital for treatment Tuesday. Mrs. G. D. Palmer, 115 Virginia avenue southeast, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Tuesday, Arnold Killian, Wesley, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. Viva Duvall, 1301 Adams avenue northwest, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Tuesday: T. A. McClintock, Northwood. was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Tuesday. Floyd Vanderhoef, 403 First street northwest,-wasadmitted 'to Mercy hospital for a major operation Tuesday. · , ··· Ralph Hubacher, Mason City, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Tuesday. Paul Kehninger, Ackley, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Wednesday. Joan Enge, Belmond, who under- went a major operation at Mercy hospital, was 'dismissed Wednesday. Ernest Mentink, 1515 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Tuesday. · $1,120,200 Allotted to Rivers, Harbors Work WASHINGTON, March 11. UP-Allotment of 51,120,200 by the war department from the emergency unemployment relief fund for 'rivers and harbors work was announced today by the war department. The allotments included the Mis- ·souri river, Kansas City to the mouth,. 5590,200. Man Slightly Injured in Train Derailment DES MOINES, March 11. #) Officials of the Wabash railroad here said they had received information that a Wabash passenger train was derailed one jnile east ol CoatesVttle, Mo.,' at 2:oQ~afm. today: One man was reported slightly injured. The cars left the track but did not turn over, officials here were informed. Mother of Archbishop III BALTIMORE, Md., March 11. UP) -^-Archbishop Michael .1. Curley said today he had received word of Special Introductory Showing We have just added a new department--Goldfish, Aquariums and Supplies. You'll, want to see our beautiful display of common and special varieties of Goldfish. · - Special Introductory Offer No. 1 A 2-quart glass bowl, wrought iron stand for same -- box of fish food and 2 Fish. EXTRA SPECIAL. ALL FOR 39 Special Introductory Offer No. 2 2-gallon Octagon Bowl with 36-in. wrought iron decorated stand ____ A Castle Ornament -- Box of Fish Food -- Box of Shells, and 2 Fancy Fish. Our Goldfish stock is from the largest and finest hatchery in the world, it comprises fish from lOc up and includes Comets, Japanese Nymphs, Fan Tails, Shubunkins. We have a number of sizes in Fish Bowls and Aquariums ranging in price from 15c to $11. Currie -Van Ness Co. 'MAINTAINED BY MERIT" the serious illness of his mother, 90, Mrs. Mario Ward Curle'y, at her home in Athlone, Ireland. FORUM STANDS UP FOR BAKER Criticizes Recommendation to Take'Station KTNT From Air. By KADFORD E. MOBLEY Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, March 11.--The recommendation that station KTNT, at Muscatine, Iowa, be taken of! the air was severely criticized by a dozen members of the Washington Open Forum here yesterday; who claimed the action recommended to the federal radio commission by Examiner Yost was "unjustified." The application of Norman Baker, owner of KTNT, for a renewal of license may be denied as a result of hearings held before Yost which, Yost said, revealed "KTNT was serving programs which subordinated the interest of the listening- public to the Interests of the licensee." The examiner's recommen- i dation that the renewal of license [be denied, was-submitted to the I commission last week. Virtually every member · of the Washington Forum criticized the recommendation, only one speaker in the symposium, Samuel Saloman, being inclined to uphold the Yost report. Saloman did not definitely indorse cancellation of the Muscatine station's license but thot Baker "was using the air too much for advertising." v He said Baker's attack on the American Medical association, which disagrees with the theories and practices of the Baker Institute, had been "libelous, unfair and unscrupulous," pointing out that Baker had broadcast attacks on the association, referring to it as the "Amateur Meat Cutters' association" and "medical trust." POLICEMAN WILL PUT ASIDE HIS STAR FOR PRIESTHOOD ROBES CHICAGO, March 11. /PI--Policeman Uknlel R. Daley of tha detective bureau is going to put aside his star for the robes of the priesthood of the Roman Catholic church. Many of his fellow officers plan to be present at his first solemn high mass which will be celebrated Sunday, March 22, in the Visitation church. "For some years," he said, "I have been getting leaves of absence and studying at St. Bonaventure's seminary at Allegheny, N. Y. Now I have completed my studies and will be ordained at Rockford, 111., by Bishop Edward F. Hogan." ance today. It was sponsored by Representative E. O. Helgason of Emmet county. The bill reapportions the state into nine -districts in conformity with the' federal rediatrlcting act. Governor Turner yesterday received official notice of the act 'which will cost the state two members of congress. Burlington Road Shows 19 Per Cent Decrease in Its Gross Earnings CHICAGO, March 11. UP--Preliminary estimates of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad indicate February gross earnings -of of $11,139,019 in February 1930. a $9,037,000, compared.to actual gross decrease of approximately 19 per cent. February net operating in-1 come is estimated at 52,760,000, a decease of approximately 4.5 per cent from last year. Helgason Sponsor of of Fourth Iowa Plan to Redistrict State DES MOINES, March 11. UP)-The fourth congressional redistricting bill to appear in the Iowa house of representatives made its appear- -- SUITS --usually optional are almost a Spring necessity to $95 101. North Federal M:isnn ('.= · "" I've marched with the Foreign Legion --says Chesterfield © 1931. IrreETT MYEM TOBACCO Co. f Vfff you sign for me at your country club What do the grim watchdogs of the desert know of luxuries? "Well, try to take their Chesterfields away from them! Over there--and here too a . good cigarette means good tobaccos. What you taste in Chesterfield cigarettes is milder and better tobaccos--nothing else--blended and "cross-blended"to produce a satisfying fragrance, a flavor which is Chesterfield's alone! I .TOR NINETEEN years, our Research Department has kept intimate touch with every new development of Science that could be applied to the manufacture of cigarettes. 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