The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 12, 1931 · Page 11
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March 12, 1931

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

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MARCH 12 H' 1931 A MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 MATINEE WILL BE GIVEN FOR GRADE SGHOOLSMONDAY Part of Sandor in "F.orhme Teller" v PIayed by Edwin Helbling. x . "The -Fortune . Teller," Victor. Herbert's'brilliant" operetta, will be , presented .Tuesday at ; the high school auditorium by; studeut?''Vof the high-school and junior 1 college. A matinee**, children will be given! at the;auditorium Monday.'' : Edwin .Helbling as Sandor,,. a gypsy, musician, will sing the famous "Gypsy'Love Song." The'part o£ Pompom, aH operatic star who IN A DAY 4-in-l Way Breaks Up DS Dangerous to let a ^ """ COLD hang pn. Stop it in a hurry with HILL'S CASCARA QUININE.'-Take two tiny tablets^ now--follow directions-; and IN A DAY the four medicinal agents compounded Mnf;ox e a c h " HILL'S tablet will break up that cold, make you feel fine . . .:-or 'druggist .will refund your money. Avoid substitutes. ·'. ' ' DEMAND s - THE l*ED BOX HILL'S as "a prima donna bings many trills' and. cadences, is taken by Olga Moen. Fresco, the ballet ^master who directs ^chorus o£ 24 dfjncer 0 to represent the hours and section ft, the day--da'wn, morning, afternoon and night--is played by Ken Leonard ^ .' * Choruses of 1 junior college "and high, -achool student? will include, ballet students, Hungarian hussars, drummers, cadets and tradesmen. The seating of tlie various^ schooja for the children's matmee Mpnday will be handled by members of the American club, of the high school. .Tickets for the production may be procured f r o m ' members of the operetta.,.cast. , ' . / C,t COOPER IS CITY CANDIDATE Nomination Papers Are Now * Being 'Circulated for Four; Candidates. ~ The 'announcement Thursday that petitions have been put_ into circulation for the nomination of C. E. Cooper as ''candidate for the 'city council makes a total of four in the field to fill-two vacancies.! \ . Mr. Cooper: is aj'formep building commissioner' of Mason City, the other .candidates «;Who'- announce a themselves,;earlier in the week/:are Mi~er,!WoI£. arid Herman ·Kriudson, seeking re-election, and W. J. P.ag.- enhart, Northwestern railroad 'engineer. ' - · . . ' . · , . . s Gilman Addresses f Co-Op Livestock Group at Thompson C. E. Gilman, seeretary of the Mason .City Y. M. O. A., was the CUPID HITS A DEMPSEY Hiram Dempsey, 73; above, .father of Jack Dempsey,. former heavyweight champion of the world, ; is a happy bridegroom again. He has falfen -unto himself a third wife, Mrs. Hannah Lyle Chapman, 36, in 'Salt Lake City. He Is divorced from the ex-champion's mother, Mrs. Cecelia Dempsey, also 'of Salt Lake City. . speaker at the annual meeting of the Thompson. Co-Operative Livestock; Shipping- association held at the town hall at Thompson Wednes;d a y afternoon, j · · ' . . ' . The report of the association showed total receipts for livestock shipments of 5226,339.14 for the past year. The association shipped 11,488 hogs, 565 cattle, 307 calves and 834 sh.e'ep'.in 1930. The organization has a membership of 210. . ^·SIK^ "MP^ lleai'-Ever - AI ii BII in ii HE Pot lion sis'without water V WitH this kettle, you can have juicy, tender, taste- tictltng -roasts, prepared WITHOUT WATER and" without basting, from, the cheaper cuts of meat . . .Take, advantage of this special offer-cave in the price of the kettle now and «aye in the cost of your pot roasts for years to'come. 4 Quart Pot Roast Kettle Itcf/ular price ITS »· Mv* ·/ fMlU* wwwvw INUM W TMKUMK Ffrnitty »«.*·« ... Also thl« handy 'set of ' 3 SAUCE PA3VS Every home need* thwe 3 bandy* size puiR---take advantage of this offer NOW I Amlthix "'Wear-Ever" Heavy Household FIIY PAN 9'tncli rire Specially de handle. Electrically weHed · ' ', ~-no rivets. This offer s good only from March 7 ' ' ' to March 21 These Stores, we know 9 eun supply you: MASOlSr CITY Mason City Hdw. Co;--Mier Wolf Sons . ' . - . · - \ .'·"· · : ; · · · · 'IOWA : . : : · . . . . . · ... Charles City, C. H. Meoscl Hdw. Co.--Clear Ijike, Knutson Hdw. Co.--^Waverly, Mooney's Variety Store MtER WOLF SONS , HOUSEWABE DEPARTMENT Headquarters for 'Wear-Ever' Aluminum TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIAL OFFER UNTIL MARCH 21 BUY ON CREDIT -- EASY TERMS HIGH SCHOOL BOY DIES SUDDENLY Boy Scouts to Be Pallbearers at Funeral Services of f John Rarick,, '' John Edwin Rarick,. 16 years bid, 313 Twenty-seventh 'street southwest, 'died at his Borne Thursday morning; . Altho he had not been well for the'past three weeHs, he did not become seriously ill until Wednesday. He suffered' from sinus infection and complications. Funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at McAuley's/'Funeral ,home with the Rev. "William, 'Galbreth, pastor of the Olivet Methodist; church, in charge,-Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. His family has requested that the body lie in state, at the McAuley Funeral home after.12 o'clock noon Friday in order that Boy Scouts and high achpol friends may see him. .Boy Scouts will act as, pall- hearers.. . . · . ,-i- ' - . John, a sophomore in high school, was boru in Nikeltton, Mo., Jan. 15, 1916. He had lived in Mason City the past 10 years. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rarick, a brother, Robert, and two" sisters, Alice and Lucille. ' F o r m e r North lowans Identified With: Midland College Choir of Fremont The Midland college choir of Fremont,' Nebr., : annual spring toiir, which will be coucludecT'this week, was managed this season, by the Rev/ A. O. Soholm, former resident of ^Mason City. One .of the members of the choir is Miss Melba Ostby, former resident of Mason City, while the director is Oscar Lydcra, formerly head of the department of music at Waldorf college,. Forest City. Many North Ipwans heard the choir broadcast from KOA, Denver, Sunday evening. The choir has GO voices and travels about in two large Union Pacific busses.. s ·· The Rev. Mr. Soholm was in Mason City and other Iowa points this week attending to business matters, prioV to moving with his family to Los Angeles. ; Tentative plans are being made for a tour, of the west by the Midland choir next year, he said. - . " : ' . · ' · Funeral Services for . Mrs. Bo^ce Are Held Funeral services for. Mrs. James H. Boyce, :14 Twenty-fourth street southwest, \were held at the Olivet Methodist church Thursday afternoon, with the Rev. Roy D. Wiggins, pastqr_of the Nazarene church, In charge.-rBurial was at Elmwooc cemetery.-Mrar'-Boyoe died at a local hospital Monday afternoon following a'year's Illness. r Pallbearers'.:,were Joe Douglas, Joe Stenner, H. H. Kennedy, A. B. Christ;ansbn, A; C. Hahn and Norman Bower; ', Besides · her- Immediate family Mrs, Boyce vvas survived by four brothers, George Randolph, -Minneapolis; Frank Randolph, Duluth; Robert Randolph, Mason City, arid Howard Randolph, Minneapolis; two' sisters, Mrs. Grace Stanley, Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Wanna Moulton. Los Angeles. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. A. R. Petersen, 617 North Fifth street, Clear Lake, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Wednesday. Lewis Hahn, Floyd, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Wednesday. A six pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dvmkelberg, Rockford, at Mercy hospital fhursday. T. A. Lusk, Algbna, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Wednesday. Thurley Joan Thompason, Northwood, was admitted to Park hospital Wednesday, for a major operation. - VMiss. Viva 'Duvall,'1301 Adams avenue northwest,' was dismissef from Park hospital Wednesday .following- a minor operation. · · C h a r l e s E. Becke'nhauer, 220 Second street northwest, was dismissed Wednesday -from Park hospital following treatment. _ Mrs. Emery Schaffer, Klemme, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissec Wednesday. Mable Robertson, Nora Springs was dismissed from Mercy hospita Wednesday following a minor operation. ' ' . , ' . J. Adams, 680 East State street who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Wednesday. ' . H. J. Sack, 115 Fourth street southwest, ,who underwent a major operation at. Mercy hospital, was dismissed Wednesday. . - Mrs. C. E. Lantz, 724 Birch drive who underwent a minor operation at Park hospital, was able* to leave Wednesday. ,' Milo'Scherf, 1519 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, was dismisses from Park hospital Wednesday fol lowing- a. minor operation. Harold V. Jones, Lone Rock, who underwent- a major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Wed nesday. . , Mr. and Mrs\ Lewis Foss, Meser v'ey, are the parents of a ten pound and four ounce son" born at Park hospital Wednesday. Imitation Pearl Detector. NEW YORK, March 12. (UP)-An ingenious apparatus has been de vised at Columbia university, which makes it possible to test pearls at a glance. It is now possible to look Into the heart of a pearl and deter mine its life'history. 103 S. FEDERAL 103 S. FEDERAL Have You Yet Visited the Newest Shop in Town? MARVELOUS VALUES Await Your Visit! Here you .will find the very newest fashion able apparel bought in New York by our own staff of buyers. 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