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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 1, 1936
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 1 193K Mason City's Calendar April 1-4--Girls' hobby show at Y W. C. A. April 1-4--Tenth annual Kiwanis- Y. M. C. A. hobby show for boy at Y. M. C. A. April 1--Cerro Gordo county ban , quet of Iowa State college Alum m association at 1 p. m.. Cavern April 4--U. C. T. monthly meetin. with 6:30 p. m. supper at the P G. and E. auditorium. April 6--April term of district court opens with Judge M. F. Edward In charge. April 9--Annual meeting of tie Maeon City Production Credit association at P. G. and E. auditg- rium at 10 a. m. April 9--Mason City auto show sponsored by nine dealers. April 12--Easter Sunday. April 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishing show at high school gymnasium. Here In Mason City Rummage Bale, Harmony Guild 119 N. Fed., Thursday, April 2. The Union for Social Justice wil meet at the Labor hall Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Rummage, sale, Harmony Guild 119 N. Fed., Thursday, April 2. Join the crowds at the Kitz Hotel. Dine and Dance--Music "Joe and Lil." Dr. W. E. Long was in Marshall town Wednesday visiting the Ki wanig club of that city in his officia capacity of lieutenant governor o this division. He was accompanied on the trip by W. E. Gildner, who also visited the club and transacted business in Marshalltown. Wallpaper Cleaner, 8 for 21c Shepherd's, 16 First St S. E. Phone 1362. Walter B. I/cewright, who for merly resided at 336 Twenty-fourth street southwest, was recently se lected "weekly honor man" from among the 125 youths in Ms com pany at the United States nava training station at San Diego, Cal. according to word received here Wednesday by Officer O. 0. Cleve land, navy recruiting agent fo: North Iowa. Leewright enlisted here last Feb. 14. North Shore Country Club Dancing party Wednesday night, Apri 1. Bobby Griggs orchestra. For members and guests. Don't miss it- Usten to Eddie and Ralph, \VMT 10:45 a. m. Tues. and Thurs. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for re-election as recorder of , Cerro Gordo county, subject to the. will of the voters at the primary election ·in 'June, LOLA H. MASON Annual Meeting of Presbyterian Church on Thursday Evening The annual meeting of the First Presbyterian congregation will be held at the church Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock; at which reports will be presented and officers elected. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. A. B. Schaer, Rockwell, was admitted to the Park hospital Tuesday for examination. Catarina Landeros,. 644 1 ,:. Jackson avenue southwest; was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following treatment. Glen Mehl, Britt, was admitted to the Park hospital Tuesday for examination. · Blaine Saylor, 112y 2 South Federal avenue, was dismissed.from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following treatment. E. Boileau, Detroit, Mich., was admitted to the Park hospital Tuesday for treatment. Wayne' Frantz, 922 Sixth, street southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following treatment. Arlet Cberland, Burt, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. Mrs. Marion Waggoner, 1629 Washington avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following a major operation.' June Soma, Kanawha, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. Mrs. F. A. Tienan and infant daughter. Garner, were dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday. Dosia Carlson. 221 Third street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. LIVER BILE- ffitat Calomel--And You'll tap Out of Bed in tic Momiaf Ruin' to Go Tbs Hrer should pour out two poosd' of linoid bite into your bowels dnily. I£ this bile in cot flowing freely, jour food doesn tdiEBt. It juet decays in the bowels. Gas bloats up your stomach. Yon set constipated. Your whnle system is poisoned and yon feel sour, ·onk and the world looks punk. Laxatives are only makeshifts. A mem bowel movement doesn't set at the came. It WOT those (rood, old Carters Little Liver Pills to Ret these two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you feet "up and nr".Harm- !«*. centle. yet ainasinff in maKinjr bile now fr»el5. ABV for Carter's Little Liver Pill? by nt!np. Stubbornly refuse anythms cine. -oc. MASON CITY AUTOMOBILE SHOW APRIL 9, 10, AND 111 NINE DEALERS TO HOLD THREE DAY DISPLAY OF CARS Latest Developments in Mo tor Vehicle Field Will Be Presented. Mason City's second annual individual automobile show will be hel! in the display rooms of nine loca dealers April 9, 10 and 11, according to an announcement made Wednesday. The show will be similar to the one which was held last year, with each dealer making special plans, for displays at his own showroom. The show will present the latest developments in motor vehicle industry with 1936 models of automobiles displayed together with exhibits of parts and chassis. The following dealers will participate in the show: Birum Olson company, 316 North Federal avenue, Buick and Oldsmobile. Wagner Motor company, 202 First street southeast, Ford and Lincoln Zephyr. Lapincr Motor company, 125 Delaware avenue southeast, Dodge and Plymouth. John Gallagher, Inc., 25 Second street southeast, Pontiac Sixes and Eights. Tom Summerhays company, 120 Delaware avenue northeast, Packard, Terraplanc and Hudson. J. H. Marston, 19 Third street northeast, Chrysler and Plymouth. Jewell Motors, Inc., 10 Fourth street northeast, De Soto and Plymouth. Folsom Autn company, 723 South Federal avenue, Graham. North Iowa Motor company, 520 North Federal avenue, Stude- beker. Tom Summerhays of the Summerhays company looks for the automobile show to give sales ol motor vehicles in this section of the state a decided impetus. It focuses attention on the vasl strides that have taken place in the making of automobiles the last years and makes it possible for the buyer to make a thorough inspection of the cars in the field before making his out. Red Cross Classes See Respiration Demonstration purchase, he pointed George Sauerberg of the North loiva Motor company, Studebaker dealer, is joining with the other participants in the show in making preparations for the event, which le regards as an ideal one for the automobile buyer. Predicts Big Tear. John Gallagher of John Gallagher, Inc.. 25 Second street southeast, is predicting another excellent auto- nobile year. He calls attention to the fact that the Pontiac factory doubled its output in 1935 as com- sared with 1934, Sales of cars at :he Gallagher establishment showed a similar increase. Mr. Gallagher plans to display at his showrooms during the automobile show a special chassis tog-ether with the latest Pontiac models. To Display Parts. Special displays of models and jarts and accessories will be held at tlie Wagner Motor company. "Holding an automobile show in .his manner has many advantages," E. H. Wagner, president of the corn- any stated. "It gives the people an opportunity to visit all of the show rooms and agencies and not only ee the cars, but also the servicin; etups for taking care of the car after it is purchased. J. H. Marston, Chrysler and Plym- uth dealer, is looking forward with enthusiasm to the coming show. "The response of the public to the ndividual dealers' show last year ·as so fine that we are pleased to ave a part in a similar showing his year," he said. "It provides an xcellent opportunity for the pros- ective purcfiaser to see the cars, 'ith ample time to look over all lodels. To Give Information. "As far as we are concerned there rill be no high pressure methods or rritable follow up in connection fith those who visit our showroom. Ve will try in a courteous manner o give all the information we can." Mr. Marston announced there also rill be shown the Massey-Harris ow crop tractor, a new line taken n by his concern. W. J. Kleckner, head of Jewell Motors, Inc., De Soto and Plymouth ealer, also looks upon the coming how as an excellent opportunity oth for the dealer and the prospec- ve automobile purchaser. "I am more than pleased to co- Derate in the enterprise," said Mr. ;leckner. "It gives everyone an cp- ortunity to inspect all cara before laking purchases. We extend an in. K«d Cross flrst-aid classes watching a demonstration of artificial respiration, Miss Thelma JVIcMullen acting as patient and Mrs. Ray Mettler, one of three teachers of home hygiene, showing how it Is done. Observing the demonstration are, left to right, top row, Mrs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. Stella Arbuckle, Mrs. Marguerite Gallo, Mrs. C. W. Braham, Mrs. William Gump, Mrs. Wilson Parsons, Miss Hattie Lymenstal, school nurse and one of the home hygiene instructors; Mrs. N. T. DeWitt, Mrs. F. V. Walters, Mrs. Edna Adkins, Mrs. Guy Angell and Mrs. Howard Stewart, home hygiene instructor. Front row. Miss Angelica Karamctros, Mrs. M. L. Ewing, Mrs. William Newman, Mrs. G. D. Caldwell, Mrs. Grant Brewer, Mrs. H. O. Banken, Mrs. I. ,1. Repp and Mrs. J. W. Dyer. (Lock Photo, Kaye- nay Engraving) H. S. CAGE TEAM FETED AT LIONS CLUB AT LUNCH Basketeers Complimentec on Fine Record; Tricks Shown by Parrish, Members of the high school bas ketball team, runnersup in the state basketball tournament, were honored by the Lions club at a luncheon Wednesday noon in Hotel Hanford. R. L. Bailey, who had charge of the program, complimented Coach "Judge" Grirosley and the team on their fine record of the season, declaring that the team "in reality brought home the bacon." "As a coach," declared Coach. Grimsley, "of course, I would have liked to have seen our team win the state tournament finals. But, as a citizen, I am well satisfied with the record. The law of averages just caught up to us, Praises Ames Team. "Statistics are interesting. In our last game, we had the poorest record of goal making. But Ames nad a good team--even if we were going at our best, I doubt if we could have beaten them. I really believe the Ames team was the best I have seen at a state tourney. Players who were introduced included Kenneth Banning-, George Gitz, Jack Shipley, Wayne Wood, Jack Wallace, Capt. Henry Hert, Howard Stoecker, Everett Fletcher, George Wood and Irving Hepuer. Parish Shows Tricks. The program included mystifying tricks presented by Bob Parish and a trio, composed of Earl Godfrey, Earl Dean and Fred Shaffer. In the community singing, "Shorty" W. V. Loring planned to be leader but was unable to find his music. He hopped on Stoecker and got him to the floor in his search for the evasive sheets. Guests included R. S. Galloway of Ames, Principal James Rae and Coach Clayton Sutherland. Refrigeration Plant Short Circuit Causes Kropman Store Smoke A short in the wiring of the. re- rigeration machine at the J. Kropman grocery store, 19 Ninth street northeast, caused considerable moke in the building about 10:55 j'clock Tuesday night. Firemen vere called to the store and stopped he short circuit by cutting off the urrent to the plant. )r. Swift Becomes New Commandant at Iowa Soldiers Home MARSHALLTOWN, u?)--For the irst time in 20 years there is a new ommandant at the Iowa Soldiers' ome. Dr. F. J. Swift, Maquoketa, rtio has been deputy state commis- ioner of health, assumed the duties f commandant Wednesday, suc- eeding Col. B. C. Whitehill, who as ield the post' since 1916. State checkers were here check- ng out the old commandant and tation to everyone to attend our checking in the new Birum Olson company is how. The iaking preparations for the show- ng of its lines of automobiles at he show. To Mark High Point. F. J. Olson, head of the company, s looking forward to an excellent ear and feels that the show will mark a high point in public inter- st in the 1936 models. Jay A. Folsom of the Folsom Au- o company has begun making plans or a display of all the Graham models, including the supercharge. He looks for the show to stimulate ublic interest in the marvelous new evelopments in automobiles. Nate Lapiner of the Lapiner Moor company is making plans for a vear in the automobile business, /hich, he feels will be greatly stim- ilated by the unified showing of tw models. The Lapincr company Iso is planning displays of used ars for the occasion. Mr. Whitehill plans a brief vaca- aion and expects to return soon to enter an active campaign for the state senate. Tom McLaughlin Fined $25 for Intoxication Tom McLaughlin, 145 Fifth street southwest, was fined $25 and costs by Police Judge Morris Laird Wednesday on a charge of intoxication. McLaughlin was arrested at Sixth street and Adams avenue southwest Tuesday afternoon. James Evans, Greenwood, S. Dak., was fined $10 and costs on a similar charge. He was arrested on First street northeast Tuesday afternoon. Rose Davenport, 61S Adams avenue southwest, forfeited a SW bond posted when arrested at her home M 10:15 o'clock on a charge of ciis- cirdcrlv conduct. Certificates Issued Class by Red Cross Three Home Hygiene Groups Received Instruction. With members of one class already issued certificates and thos,e of two others about to complete their work, the Red Cross home hygiene project the past season is regarded as highly successful. The class which has completed its work is that of Miss Hattie Lymenstahl, with the following receiving sertificates: Mrs. J. W. Dyer, Mrs. I. J. Repp, Mis. William Newman, Miss Angelica Kafametros, Mrs. N. T. DeWitt, Mrs. C. W. Braham and Mrs. Marguerite Gallo. The distribution of the certificates took place at a joint meeting of all three classes for a lecture on first-aid by T. L. Connor, head of that phase of Red Cross work. The other two classes are taught by Mrs. Ray Mettler and Mrs. Howard Stewart. Tie Tyler-Hyan furniture company furnished a bed at the Y. W. C. A. and another bed was furnished by the Park hospital for the home hygiene instruction. Clear Lake Man Is Fined for Speeding Rex johanneessc, Clear Lake, was fined .$10 and costs Wednesday by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of speeding. Johanneesen was arrested on Sixth street southwest as he was passing the Grant school. He was sentenced to attend two sessions of traffic school in lieu of paying the fine. Harold Tanner, lM 3 /i South Federal avenue, was sentenced to attend traffic school. He was charged with double parking. Accordion Band, Dances on Program of Center Special entertainment at the last meeting of the McKinley Community center Friday evening will be several numbers by the piano--accordion band sponsored by Vance's music store. Other numbers on the program will be Kathryn Ann Knapp in songs and dances and Carol Jean Heap presenting "Tennis Girl" and military tap dance numbers. Betty Greenlee and Donna Neal will "do a waltz clog. The dancers will be accompanied by Jimmy Fleming. Clausen-Worden Post Meets Thursday Night The April meeting of the Clausen- Worden post of the American Legion will be held at the Forty and Eight headquarters, 319 3 ,2 North Federal avenue, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Commander Garrett Chapman announces. The program for the occasion is in charge of George Allbee. Refreshments will be served. Commander Chapman announced he had received word from R. J. 'Skin" Laird, department adjutant that Iowa only lacks 188 of mak- ':ng its quota for the year. "The quota may have been reached by the time I got this letter," he said. I PEOPLE . . . who have tested Firesida Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FIEESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 BOYS TAKE BEST HOBBIES TO Y. M, FOR 10TH SHOW Kiwanis Planning Meeting; Public to Be Admitted Friday, Saturday. That kaleidoscopic representation of boys' varied ambitions and interests, expressed through hobbies, began pouring into the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday afternoon for the annual hobby show sponsored by the Y. M. C. A, boys' department and the Kiv;anis club. Every phase of a boys' collective and making instincts were .found among the entries. Judging of exhibits will be held Thursday, when they will also he arranged for display. The show will be open to the public Friday afternoon and evening and all day Saturday, closing with a big award program Saturday night. Will Observe Anniversary. On the eve before the show is opened to the. public, the Kiwanis club will hold a special meeting in the Y. M. C. A., beginning at 6:15 o'clock. At the dinner, which will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the hobby show, guests will include those who have provided trophies, adults who will have special exhibits and"some of ttie boyg who have been high point winners in previous years. Roger Patton, chairman of the boys' work committee of the Kiwanis club, will preside. Among the speakers will be Louis A. Page and A. C. Holly. In commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the show, S. M. Decker will present a birthday cake to the club. Will Arrange Displays. Kiwanians who will assist in judging and arranging the exhibits are Dr. W. E. Long, Dr. Harold Jennings, the Rev. A. S. Carlson, the Rev. C. E. Flynn, Dan Klempnauer, H. M. Knudson, W. M. Temple, Harvey Major, George Hill, George Marty, Chuck Gunderson, Abbott Wolf, Axel Johnson. Fred Mitchell, Fred Wagner, Johnnie Hermanson, C. H. Lennan, Carl Henkle, Dr. Ray F. Kunz, Max Boyd, seba Vail, John Gallagner, E. R. Dunlop, J. M. Robertson, John Tubbesing, Dr. C. E. Chenoweth, Don Blair, Remley Glass, G. · C. Blackmore, C. G. Cagley, Paul Pritchard, and J. C. McCrary. Goes to Ortonvillc. LAKE MILLS--Mis. E. S. Stens- rod is seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Peterson. Mrs. Peterson last week went to Qrtonville, Minn., to get her mother. A son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sc-phus Stensrud, of Michigan, are here. 11 COUNTIES AT DISTRICT SESSION OF FARM BUREAU Kline and Hamilton Speak at Organization and Program Meeting. Farm Bureau officers, organization committees, county agents and other leaders from 11 North Central Iowa counties met at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday for a conference on the development of a more extensive program. Attending the meeting from the state federation were A. B. Kline, Vinton, vice president, and V. B. Hamilton, Des Moines, secretary. Counties represented were Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Hancock, Butler, Franklin, Wright, Kossuth, Winnebago, Worth and Mitchell. Both Mr. Kline and Mr. Hamilton discussed the need of establishing a strong organization. It was pointed out that Secretary Wallace is relying on farm organizations to assist in bringing about an effective- farm program and bring prices back to parity, raising the income of each farmer by $1,000. The effectiveness of the organization depends on the work of the so- called "minute men," which is not a political organization, notwithstanding the existence of such views in some quarters, Mr. Hamilton stated. Proper financing of the Farm Bureau program makes necessary the $10 membership, the state leaders pointed out, adding that a large number of the counties in the state have already subscribed to the increase in dues for 1937. The need of general agreement and harmony among the counties in the federation and among state federations lor effective work also wag stressed by the speakers. DOLL HOUSE IS DISPLAYED HERE Dr. Donnelly's Model Has Five Rooms, Completely Furnished. A complete five room doll house built by Dr. Madelene Donnelly is on display at the D. K. Lundberg and company dress shop at 26-28 East State street. Complete furnishings all built in miniature can be seen in the doll house and the tiny structure itself has a furnished kitchen, diningroom, bedroom, bathroom and living room. In the diningroom can be seen miniature table sets, lace tablecloth, serving table, dishes, buffet with candles, china closet, desks, glasses, arched doorway, bird cage and overhead lights--all done in miniature. Wall Paper in Bedroom. Wall paper decorates the bedroom and on the floor are rag and crocheted rugs. There is also a tiny dressing table, lace spread and curtains, cedar chest, radio, kneeling place for prayer with the Bible and a picture of the Madonna above it, mirrors, chairs, a lamp, bench, flowers, a clock and a painted chiffonier. The bathroom is decorated in lavender and was designed and furnished by Dr. Donnelly. In it are curtains, a dressing table, towels, a glass, closet door, soap, a cabinet, tile floor and complete fixtures. Fireplace is Included. In the living room is a tiny fireplace, in front of it a screen and a barrel, fire tongs, a piano with sheet music upon it, large radio, hooked rugs, book case with books in it, plant, lamps, magazine rack, brown curtains, stairway leading to the bedroom and other furnishings. In the kitchen are an electric refrigerator, breakfast table, sink, clock, waste basket, table and a blue and white linoleum.. Taken to Hospital. LAKOTA--John R. Johnson, west of town, was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center Monday, being ill with gallstones. Let Us Explain Why People Who Have 'Heart Trouble' GET WELL Under Our Care Drs. Alberts Alberts CHIROPRACTORS 217 Adams Block Corner Federal 1st N. W. A Good Looking Driveway and a Practical One is What You Want THEN USE CRUSHED ROCK Avoid MUDDY Walks by Using STEPPING STONES. They'll Make Your Garden Prettier, Too. ROCK for Ail Purposes . . . . Building Stone and for Concrete Stoddard Stoite Products 500 Hth Street N. E. Phone 1502 Rabbi Resigns i Avcry Jonah Grossfield of Adas Israel congregation, 621 Adams avenue southwest, Wednesday announced he had submitted his resignation to his board, (o take effect as of April 3. Rabbi Grossfield announced that he would return to the Hebrew Union college in Cincinnati, Ohiu, lo resume his studies for tbi! Doctor of Divinity degree. He planned (o leave Thursday by automobile. Jn 1hc two mouths he has been a resident nT Masojt City Habbi GrossJ'icld gained a \vidt: acquaintance ill the community, participating in civic and religions activities. He was one ol the speakers at the Inter-Fat h Good Will Sunday program at the high school on March 15. JUDGES IN WARD I CONTEST CHOSEN Competition to Close April' 1 11 Instead of April 4, Sherman Announces. The three judges for the Montgomery Ward and company woodworking contest are H. C. Kreuger, Max Minott and Scotty Russel, B. F. Sherman, local manager, announced Wednesday. "These three men," said Mr. Sherman, in announcing the judges, "have all had experience with boys and with woodworking in various phases, and we consider them very capable of judging the contest with wisdom and fairness." The contest is for boys 19 years of age and under and it will close Saturday, April 11, instead of April 4. as formerly announced. Boys entering may make any kind of article they wish, provided it can be classified as a product of woodworking, that it is made exclusively by the one boy and made during the period of the contest, Feb. 29 to April 11. Entry blanks may be obtained at the local Ward store. Prizes to be awarded are a 48-inch lathe, regular price $12.95, a 32-inch lathe, priced at $4.95; a $2.85 vice, and an emery wheel which sells for $1.20 Mr, Sherman stated that these prizes will be on display at the tenth annual Kiwanis-Y. M. C .A. hobby show for boys which is being held April 1, 2, 3 and 4 at the Y. M. C. A. Siree( Sale Friday. CARPENTER--The annual street sale will bo held Friday. Dinner will be served at the parish house by the cemetery association. Come in as you always have and take advantage of our budget plan without pledging your bonus. This plan enables you to pay for your purchases over a 10-week period. You get our same low price without any extra charge! * SOCIETY BRAND . . . HICKEY-FREEMAN AND STERLINGWORTH CLOTHES O.UALITV » f l R V i e * · SATISFAfiTIOrJ SON INC. AT NUMBER S E V E N SOUTH F E D E R A L ros. PACKING COMPANY, Inc. 105 South Federal Ave. Phone 693 ACROSS FROM MONTGOMERY WARD'S Now under new nianapenwnl ly O. E, .Johnson, formerly manager of n local market. As I am back home ngnm lo stay I would like to see all my sood friends and customers. You will be treated right--meats you can cat at a price you can afford to pay. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SPECIALS Good Tender Round or Sirloin - All Cen- · ter Cuts HAMBURGER--Pure Fresh Ground Beef. You will like it. Lb.. . PURE PORK SAUSAGE Eat something good. Lb Nice Lean Picnic From Young Pig BACON -- END CUTS While they last. 6-lb. box BEEF CHUCK Why pay more? Lb.. . . STEAK --

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