The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 11, 1931 · Page 11
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March 11, 1931

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

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Mason City News on This Page WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1931 March 18. 19, 20 and 21--Mason City's annual spring opening. March 19, 20 anfl 31--North Central division of Iowa State Teachers' association to hold convention here. March 80--Election of city council- §011 S P R I N G O P E N I N G MARCH North Iowa's Home Newspaper 1 ·fi If f I Tree and Flower talks, WCCO, 8:30 a, m. ' Crbwley--Paperhanger and decorator. Avoid the rush. Ph. 2575J. Horace S. Beemer, X-Ray Els- traction of Teeth. Penney BIdg. See the new lamps--table, bridge and junior--now on display at' the Peoples Gas .and Electric Co. Fami Loans--^Prompt service. Act now for spring.' W. L. Patron, 109 East State Street. Raymond /Zack, district engineer of the Iowa state highway commission, has returned to his duties after an absence of about 10 days because of illness. Stenographers: See Royal Typewriter ad in this week's Saturday Evening Post. Shorty Loring. Regular M. B. A. meeting Wed. evening, Eagles hall, followed by entertainment and refreshments for members and invited guests. We can service your car in your own garage, inflate your, tires, check your batteries, etc., with our ' service station on wheels. Ph. 2584. Brewer Tire and Battery Co. Birth certificates have been Hied for Constance Madelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Melvin Helm, 1222 North Monroe avenue, bonrFeb. 22; Robert Jerome, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham, Mason City, born Feb. 26, and Lorraine Charlotte, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Ernest Kluseman, 1618 North Monroe avenue, born Feb. 23. Special cleaning prices--Plain coats 65c, plain dresses 50c, topcoats' 50c, men's suits 75c--called · for and delivered. For quick service, call our plant, phone 718, Hanford Cleaners, Inc. i; New millinery shipment priced at _._$3.98^Thursd.ay only.,.New. Bandeau ; floral' trimmed.- Values to $6.50. Loftus Hat Shop, 8 1st N. W. 1,500 Persons Attend Sale at Fairgrounds Approximately 1,600 persons at- J.ended the consignment sale at the fairgrounds in Mason City Friday. Ora Bayless was sales manager and auctioneer. One hundred and forty head of livestock were sold and over $4,000 taken in. Machinery and other articles were also sold. Frank Pool to Sing Over WMT Thursday Frank B. Pool, tenor, member of the Cloverleaf quartet, will be heard in a recital over WMT, Waterloo, Thursday at 8:30 p. m. He will be accompanied on the piano by Giovanna'Marchesi Pool. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation to all the friends and neighbors and to the different orders for the sympathy and assistance extended to us in our bereavement. Mrs. M. Faktor and Family. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our^sincerc thanks to all our friends for the words of sympathy, acts of kindness and for the beautiful flowers received at the time of our bereavement. Mrs. Edith Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dawson. $2,000 BUYS A well located Clear Lake cottage,^ well built, modern. Four rooms with sleeping porch and garage. $200 will handle and balance in monthly payments. ' Write or Call I ECK Phone 134 Kresgo BIdg. RETAILERS UNITE TO HOLD DISPLAY OF MERCHANDISE Windows , to Be Unveiled Wednesday Evening at 7:30. Plans are nearing completion for Mason City's annual spring opening, which will open Wednesday, March 18. and continue thru the following Thursday, Friday and Saturday. As customary the' display windows will be unveiled at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening to the tune of music from the Mason City municipal band. The usual gift attractions will feature the opening, A wide variety of merchandise will be displayed in attractive exhibits during these four days. Clothing, ready-to-wear, shoes, hardware, groceries, drygoods, jewelry, drugs furniture, optical goods and* other goods are included. The clothing and ready-to-wear stores will show the latest spring styles, while furnfture, jewelry, dry- goods, shoe and hardware establishments also will show inova- tions in merchandise. Merchants officially taking part in the opening this spring are: Nichols and Green, Currie-Van Ness company, Sterling, Gildner orothers, Palais Royal, Killmer Drug company, Stevens Shoe company, Damon's, Boomhower and Streeter, Thompson and Dean company, Barrett Brothers, Montgomery Ward company, Peoples Gas and Electric company, Vance Music company, Betty Jane Dress Shop, Livergood .Brothers, Panor's Shoe company, Brady Drug company, Sears Roebuck and company, Style Shoppe, Michael Drug company, Abel arid Son, Inc.,. New York- Fashion Shop, G. R. Kinney company, J. J. Newberry company, Ray E. Prusia company, Federal Clothing company, William Larher Clothing company. Sam" Raizes, Mier Wolf and Sons company, Casey Drug company, Glanyille Brothers, Merkel's,, Trade .HggMji,Shg.e ! .cofnpany, J.. C. ^Penney coSpany, 'Palace theater,- \Strand theater, Robinson's,' Dr. Craven's Plate Shop, Chapman's, Blanchard's Jewelry, Yelland and Hanes, Ray Seney, Smith Optical company, Manley Brothers company, Mason City Hardware company, Iowa Tea company, Globe-Gazette, W. H. Potts, Lairds Shoe company and D. K. Lundberg company. SHOESHOTlS NEW EQUIPMENT Central Spends $2,350 for Latest Motor Operated Machinery. The Central Shoe shop, 117 South Federal avenue, owned and operated by W. G. Challas, has completed the installation of new shoe repairing equipment at a cost of $2,350. The installation consists of the latest Landis equipment including stitcher, trimmer, stapling machine, grinder and burnisher. The local installation was the first of the new machinery placed in Iowa, almost predating the showing of the equipment at the annual show at Chi- Kathryn Leonard, Nate Miller Tie for First in Big Sister Poem Contest Judges Had Difficulty Selecting Winners in Competition. Two poets tied for first place in the Globe-Gazette Big Sister Poem contest and each will receive the prize of ?10. The first prize winners are? Kathryn E. Leonard, 840 South Pennsylvania Avenue. Nate Miller, RFD No. 1, Mason City. Judging 143 poems by amateur poets of every age, sex and con- didtion of life is no small task and one which has 'occupied no small part of the time and attention of the Globe-Gazette staff during the past three days. The "Big Sister" poem contest closed at the end of last week and then the judging began. First the contest editor and her assistants read every one of ttie entries and sorted them.into four groups, those that were disqualified by not being accompained by tally sheets as stated in the rules, those that were regarded as "fair," those that were "good" and those that were out- 1 standing. "Good" group was then looked over again and a few more added to the "outstanding" classification bringing the total of these latter to 30. ' These were .carefully considered by the editorial staff of the paper and from these 30 ten were selected and these ten were then given to three members of the staff to rank in order merit. As a result of this careful consideration two poems emerged as of almost equal rank and so. narrow was the margin of choice on the part of three final judges that the Globe-Gazette decided to award not one prize of $10 but two prizes of that amount and checks will be forwarded immediately to the two winners named above. In addition-the-uouteat' judges were so impressed by the merit of eight other entries that they persuaded the Globe-Gazette to add eight $1 prizes 'and these will be forwarded today to the following: Mrs. Laura Lucas, 1105 North Carolina avenue. Joan Weber, 111 Fifth ' street Northeast. Ruth T. Hille, 406 First street Northwest. Lucy E. Pedelty, 19 North Georgia avenue. Mrs. S. E. Bishop, Rudd. Mrs. Harvey Neuman, G South Monroe avenue. Sister Mary Vivia, St. Joseph school. * Myra Oleson, _: WINNING POEMS Py NATE MILLER We like Beth and her brothers an their dad, Mr. Wood For a number of reasons, and a of them good-Because they are us--They are you folks and mine, v Always hard up, yet contente and fine. Because Beth is Big Sister and playmate too And a Mother when naught bu a Mother will do; An American sister, sweet fierv o glad Who can line up her brothers o mother her Dad. Because they are poor and yet cock-i and free Just typical folks, of tbe kind w may see Wherever the American flair i unfurled · K And couldn't find anywhere else in the world. By KATHRYN E. LEONARD In a comic strip in the paper Live Donnie and Buddie and Dad Big Sister protects them and guards them Thru everything, pleasant or bad tne cooks and she sweeps and SUP labors Is always a bulwark of strength And listens to all of their troubles Til all are adjusted, at length. When Dad goes out in cold weathei Sang rubbers and less overcoat And comes afflicted with sniffles Big Sister is always "the goat." When Buddie and Donnie plan an o-- could scarcely endure --.5·Sister settles their squabbles And for every ill finds a cure. - No: ffi9.ftJer,we all read .the ; paper And much'inspiration obtain' For Big Sister's glorious efforts, Tho we ~--'*'- -*- -. · - ' vein, smile at their humorou Show us that worthy endeavor Is bound to succeed in the end And that patience, persistence and . sunshine The greatest of troubles'can mend Daly Epigrams! The diamond is tho hardest* known substance--to get. cago Five motors are used to operate the new equipment. The stapler converts copper wire into staples and inserts them into the sole and shoe so that no metal is exposed. The stitcher, besides other latest inventions, has an automatic appliance for waxing the threat at a constant temperature. The trimmer is provided with a guard to protect the upper part of the heel when used and also is made adjustable to any thickness required. A novel feature of the grinder is its ability to collect all of the dust created in the operation by drawing the air thru a tank of water. The burnisher ia .provided with brushing and polishing surfaces to obtain the finest type of finish on the shoes. Mr. Challas recently installed the latest equipment for the cleaning and blocking of hats. _ Don't-- jeopardize your holdings by falling down on your interest payment. Borrow from us quickly and confidentially. ,UNIT|D SERVICE* IOWA STATE DAY BANQUET WILL BE HELD HERE SOON Godfrey Speaker, Hopkins Is Toastmaster at Y. M. C. A. March 21. George Godfrey, Algona, a member of the state board of education has accepted an invitation to give the principal speech at the annual Iowa State college alumni banquet to be held in the banquet room of the Y. M. C. A. March 21, according to an announcement of the program committee Wednesday.' P F Hopkins, city manager, will act as toastmaster. ^ The roquet 13 held in connection with Iowa State day, a celebration held thruout the United States in celebration of the founding date of me college. Because the date falls during the regular spring vacation, a number of students are expected tf a " end - Last year 80 persons attended the .meeting. The Mason City banquet is planned for Iowa State alumni from the Mason City district, which includes Cerro Gordo and Worth counties Families and friends of the achooi are also expected at the banquet and prospective students will be welcome, the committee in charge declared. ° Music for the meeting will be furnished by an orchestra conducted by Earl Dean, an Iowa State graduate. Arrangements are being made to provide other speakers. Reservations for the banquet arc being handled by Marion Olson county agent, whose office is in the courthouse at Mason City Reservations may be made by letter or telephone but the committee in charge would appreciate it if reservations are made early, Mr. Olson 33.1Q. Capt. Ira Eaker, Well Known Here Capt. Ira Eaker, intrepid arn'iv flyer, who was forced down in Kentucky Tuesday while orTM transcontinental flight, is well known in Mason City, having been here on numerous occasions as the special pilot for Col. Hanford MacNider, when the latter was assistant secretary of war. J James A. Plumb, Pioneer Cedar Rapids Man, Dies in Hospital at Decorah DRCORAH, March 11. UP)--James A. Plumb, 78, pioneer Cedar Rapids resident, died today in a hospital here following an operation for appendicitis. Plumb had resided in Cedar Hapids since I860 and was connected with the tobacco business. He was on the road for a Cedar Rapids wholesale house when SE.riC.KCIl.. MRS, A, SWEIGER DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS PERIOD Pioneer Resident of Mason City Had Been Invalid for Many Years. Mrs. Anna Glass Sweiger, 64, 60- Delawai^.avenue northeast, died at her home at 9:15 o'clock Wednesday morning. She had been an invalid several years. Funeral services will be held a. the Holy Family Catholic church Friday but complete arrangements are being withheld until the arrival of relatives from Oklahoma Citv and Sioux Falls, S. Dak. The saying of the rosary was planned for 8:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at th home. Mrs. Sweiger, who was born at Canton. Minn., March 2, 1867 was brot to" Mason City in a covered wagon while still a child. The family lived on a farm northeast of town for many years. When her father became unable to manage the farm, the family moved to Mason City and resided on what -is now, Fifth street northeast, where she lived until she was married to James M. Sweiger in 1890. She is survived by her husband two sons, Robert and LaVerne, both at home: four daughters, Violet and Lucilla, both at home; Mrs. Frank i-. Ryan, Mason City; and Anna Mae, Chicago; two sisters, Mra. Frank Sweiger, Oklahoma City- Mrs. Dave Kinney, Sioux Falls S Dak.; a brother, James Glass, Minnesota and three grandchildren. A son, Claude, died in infancy Sh» was preceded in death by one sister Mrs. Jane Totnby and three brothers, William, John and Joe Glass. Mrs. Sweiger was a member of the Ben Hur lodge of America and of the American Legion auxiliary. She was a devout member,of Holy Family parish and during a long period of illness remained cheerful How About Your Child? "Dull," "Backward," "Shy," "Nervous," "Awkward." An Eye examination is advised. DR. H. W. KNUTSON, O. D. Over J. C. Penney Storo CALL US SERVICE NOW N O HOME is complete without at least one large mirror. We make some very attractively beveled plated- with etched borders and designs. Come in and see the beautifjl assortment we have on hand. All sizes and shapes. Priced reasonable too. HUGH DAYEV*Si3N 15 SECOND'S! S W ' ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced p'rices. Have your Car washed »« or greased / 5 C Same Quality Work as Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. Calmar Lions arc Entertained. CALMAR, March ll.-The mem- tiers of the Lions club were entertained Monday evening by the Lions club at Strawberry Point. DR. T. S. CLARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN M. B. A. BIdg. Phone 21B!i Evenings By Appointment EASTER IS SUNDAY APRIL 5 Order y o u r New Suit now ./ a n d t h e n ,// you'll be ready for the Grand _ Easter Parade. A wide variety of brand new woolens, scores of patterns and newest spring colors to select from.' ' S-Piec« Suits $25 $2!) §32.50 OTTO KAPS TAILOR H South Delaware Mason City | MASON cfT'v and unselfishly devoted to her family, church and other organizations Miss Anna Mae Sweiger arrived Wednesday morning from Chicago. i ---- . Musical and Literary Program to Be Given at Olivet M. E. Church A musical and literary program consisting- of harp solos by Mrs. Leon Woodward, vocal numbers by Miss Rheon Woodward and Mrs C. Z Smith, piano and saxophone music by Ralph Geer, and readings by Mrs. Raymond James will be given at Olivet church Thursdav evening, at 8 o'clock. This program is sponsored by Mrs'.' H. M. Sherman's division of the Ladies' Aid society. Immanuel Lutherans to Present Program The Brotherhood of the Immanuel Lutheran church will have its March meeting Thursday evening at 8. The educational department will present the program, centering about the theme, "The Lutheran Church." Three papers will be given. Albin Larson will present "Believe It or Not." "Bits of Humor" will lie g-iven by Chris Nielsen. Music will be by the church orchestra and the -r.herhood quartet. Axel and """.£ Wallskog will serve re- leuts. C - O - A - L HEATO $ A50 Gout Swift Will Speak to Y's Men; Boys' Work Will-Be Shown Erdix Swift will ce the principal speaker at a meeting of the Y's Mens club at 6:30 o'clock Thursday evening in the Y. M. C. A He will speak on various types of furs where they are obtained and what they are used for. Clarence Moore m charge of the boys' work for tne J a Men's club, will give a short demonstration of SO me project studies being carried on by Y M C A. Pioneer groups. Harlau Gtrton will present subjects, of business to he considered at the meeting. Prusia Clothing Store WilLBe Redecorated The Pmsia Clothing company store at 109 South Federal avenue i s t o b e completely redecorated, it was learned Tuesday. A staff of men has been at work for some time on plans which call for renovation of 'the display windows as well as painting and papering of the store proper. Mr. Prusia stated that the decorating would be completed in time for spring opening. March 18. The store is open for business as usual. We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is' the regular 51.50 wash.' · S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First ana Washington S. W. WHY I AM A FORD DEALER- ECONOMY Sootiest) BLACK HAWK $*fo Ul. Lump M KENTUCKY Nut W.C. Block Co. PHONE 563 Only $5.70 Round Trip Fare to ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS DAILY VIA ·Sock Island Half Fare for children. Baggage checked. For detailed information as to train service for going and return trip ask H. W. Odlc, City Frt. Pass. Age. or Ticket Agent, Mason City, Iowa. C. C. GAKDNEIl Asst. Gen. Pass. Aft. DCS iMoincs, Iowa. GREAT LIFE INSURANCE OPPORTUNITY MANAGER WANTED It is necessary for a Mutual Old Line I^gal Reserve Company to appoint a new Manager for tho Mason City territory. Approxlindtclv Sl,800,000 of business now In force here. This Is a wonderful opportunity for any man who can qualify under our system of training and co-operation. Experience in life insurance not essential if other qualifications satisfactory. Salary -- Office -- Commission An opportunity of this kind will not be open long. Call Mr Johns, Home Office Supervisor, Hotel Hanford, for interview. CENTRAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY (Mutual) HOOVER o* SMITH OK ANYONE ELSE MAY COME TO THE Musical and Literary Program AT THE OLIVET CHURCH Thursday Evening, March 12, 8 O'clock v « h *w ", e H ^ P S ,° IOS '' y M«-"t*»n Woodward; Votal bolos by Keon Woodward; Piano and Saxophone Numbers by Ralph B. Gcer; Readings by Mrs. Raymond James. ADMISSION: ADULTS 25c, CHILDREN (Under 12) 10o You Cannot Afford a Mis-fitting Truss No matter how little you paid, for your truss You Can't Afford it If it does not fit, does not hold the rupture, or pinches A rupture Is a- handicap, why make it harder for yourself by aggravating your condition with a mis-flttlng appliance? Our Expert Truss Fitting Service guarantees every truss we ECU to hold the rupture. We are here every day, assuring you continued satisfaction. Rupture sufferers experience amazing results with out «crrlce. Let us 'cmonstratc. icfaeftDruglQo. AUTHORIZED EXCLUSIVE AKRON TRUSS FITTERS BOOSTING--NATIONAL BUSINESS WOMEN'S Week March 8th to 14th and · ANNOUNCING ENNA JETTICK ARRIVALS You ve been waiting for the new white kid and liirht · shade Enna Jetticka They Are Here-STYLES for every taste SIZES for every foot. Business women and other discriminating buyers already know that this store has only thoroughly trained sales people who INSIST ON THE MOPER FITTING of felt: Any Normal Foot can be fitted here Stylishly and Correctly. Black and White Combinations $5 $6 *sffit$ -xou need no longer i b c t o M l h o l y ' ' ' on ex Brown and White Combinations $5 $6 The IRIS Tho Iris exactly as illustration is one of the many new style arrivals. LAIRD SHOE CO. 14 EAST STATE STREET W H E R E S H O E S A R E R E A L L Y F I T T E D

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