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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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ii^Si 14 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 12 §· 1931 .' : -- -- -- ~.~~^~ .^^ ^ ^^ .MARCH 12 J^ 1931 ST^TIS'BCS^SHOW UPWARD TILT IN BUSINESS FOR STATE 1 - * ' " ' ' · ' · ': ' - ' -- . ' ' _ _ -. : · . - · ' · · ' ' . · · ' . ; v · -lL ' _ _ _ _ . 'j_^_ ."- · ' · ' · ' " · · ' · ' · · ' ' , · · . ' · ' ' ' · · * '. .\ · MtlMff M 41 ft. · liHvm v · »M A f ' ' ' ' ' ' · ' " ' ' · - · · · · L ' · · - · · _ , - · · , · ,- v , · " -,--~ - i --.'. : .,' · ' · · '-: · ' · ·_. .__..t ; _ ' . . . - · . ' - . . A IOWA CONTINUES ADOVE AVERAGE Contracts for Building Are Above Normal, Davies Says in Report. IOWA dry, March 12.--An upward tilt, likely forerunner of bet 7 ter times as spring and summer approach; has manifested itself in the state's business situation during recent weeks. Such a characteristic, altho now in embryo form, has been discovered by- statisticians fn the University of Iowa bureau of busi- . ness research, led by Prof. George R. Davies.,, ^~ '· .'· , . ' ' - , ' While the' figures set forth In the .monthly summary are not as impressive as those, for December when -seasonal factors were influential, stil! they point to 'a moderate revival with spring's festival. ' · " Always ranking above the figures for..- the nation as a whole, Iowa's marks continue favorable in comparison, Professor Davies said. He estimates that the business depression in the state is only ahou'- . one-half as great as the-national _ average. · . ''' ' | X Most promising- among the .indexes are bank.debits and building, · both of which have surpassed normal for this time of year. Building contracts is the leader, with a H E R E . AND THERE Miscellaneous Items; From 100 Globe-Gazette. Cdrrespondehts in North Iowa and Minnesota , mark of 46.2 per cent above nor- · mal. ;' . .'·;. ' ''..';' · ·' e - . "". Employment in:. Iowa is picking up, altho the'general figures fail to indicate:the trend.,Smaller 1 towns not on'the list to report to the' commissioner of labor are undertaking tpecial projects to aid the situation, the university men found. Burlington, Waterloo and Sioux .City are the leading gainers .among- the cities.:; · · : · : . · ; : . .· ;·. · · ' · ' · . ' . : '. . - . Birthday Is' Celebrated ·THOMPSON--Neighbors and friends of Mrs. H. B. Taylor helped celebrate her birthday anniversary, there .were 18 women present. Goes to Des Moines STILSON--Mrs. L. B. Foster's mother, Mrs. ^Pierce, left Wednesday morning for Des Momes, where she will 'visit other relatives. Go to Fairbanks .. : C A R P E N T E R -- M r . and Mrs. Theodore Vicks and son, Emery, and Miss Lucile Robertson went to Fairbanks to visit aibrother. They were accompanied by Miss Roberta Larsen, who returned to her home at Vihton after a week's visit at the H. Robertson home. *"· ' Recovering From Illness' " S E X T O N--William Steil, who suffered a hea,rt attack and stroke last Saturday, /was improved ebough Wednesday to go to his home near Marshall, Minn. "He has been stay-- ing with his brother, John Steil and family. t . . V Is III at Rudd RUDD--Mrs. Albert Decker became ill Saturday and is still quite m ' ' ' ' - YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proufl to Call Tour Own.' Iowa manufacturers spend Vnore than $350,000,000 annually for the raw products of Iowa soil. evening- and representing the emblem committee of the club, was in charge of the program. ' ·' .Legion Auxiliary Meets ..·ROCKFORD--The, American Legion auxiliary held .the regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Elsie D.rake. A report of the presidents' and secretaries' convention was given by the president/Mrs. Eleanor Yenerich, and a national citation for meritorious service was presented the unit. The unit also ill. . , Gomes to Rudd ... RUDD-- Otto ' Ehlebracht of Missouri is coming to assist in the Rudd Implement store. - : / Return From . Minneapolis .THOMPSON-- Mr. and Mrs. T. E. ' Bill WouH, Profide for Iowa's Part in ; 1933 World's Fair DES MOINES, March 12. tS) A bU] in the, Iowa senate introduced by Senator E. R. Hicklin of Wapello would provide an appropriation of 5125,000 to finance Iowa's part in the world's fair to be held in Chi- .cago 'in 1933. The bill would also create a' commisaiqu appointed by .Governor Turner to supervise the Iowa exhibits. : · Isaacson 'and son; Leslie, motored to Minneapolis, where they visited their-daughter, Mr., and Mrs. James Ellickson. They . returned Tuesday morning-, Leslie remaining- there. Third Daughter Born , SEXTON---Mr. and Mrs.' John Miller are parents of a girl, born Wednesday at the home, of Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. Tnis is the third child. All are girls Improves From Poisoning ' RUDD--Darlehe Kollmah is ill with blood poisoning which had its origin in a small cut on one finger of her left hand. She was somewhat improved Tuesday. New Work Is Started HUTCHINS ^- Orthe 1 ! township's Wide-Awake Home Furnishing club held its meeting at the home of the leader, Mrs. D. E. Keat.-This was work. B. P. W. Meeting Held CLARION--Members of the B. P. at Hotel Duitscher, W. organization dined Moore. Miss Marjorie uul .^ u ^ chairman of the. program of the "an't PLAY d n V R E S I ·^-child needs Castoria' . : a child h fretful a n d irritable, seems distressed and un- corafortable, can't play, can't'sleep, it is" a pretty sure sign that something is wrong. Right here is where Gastbria fits into a child's Bcherae--- ·the very purpose for which it was formulated years "ago! A few drops and the condition which caused the -trouble is righted; comfort quickly britigs restful sleep, · · ' ' , ' . . Nothing can take the place of Castoria for children! it's perfectly harmless, yet always effective. For , the protection of your wee one-for your own peace of mind--keep this old reliable preparation always on hand. But don't keep it just for emergencies; let it be an every-day aid. Its gentle action will ease arid soothe the infant who cannot sleep..In more liberal doses it will effectively help to regulate sluggish bowels in an older child. All druggists have Castoria; it'a genuine if you see C has. H. Fletcher's signature and this name-plate: SMART · SPRING.' SHOES Jusf · Arrived Others at §3.98 $4.98 Dozens of Styles to Select From Never before--in all our'hls- t«ry-- have we been able to · off* such outstanding . · · · · · · values, - Beautiful.Full.-' Qn Fashfoned HOSIERYO"C, pledged five dollars to the Red Cross drought relief fund. i Improving at Hospital RUDD^Miss Beulah Slqcum and Paul-Ehlebracht are improving a much as can be expected. Both ar at, the. Cedar Valley hospital re covering from mastoid operation Harold. Ehlebracht is quite ill an it is feared, that a mastoid opera tion may be necessary. Arrives at Plymouth PLYMOUTH--Mrs. d. Snyder who spent the winter in Sioux Cit with relatives, arrived home. VJslts at Grafton GRAFTON--Mrs. Arthur Kanien bach of\Ames is visiting her parent here this week. . , Taken to Hospital RUDD--Mrs.- John Hall wa taken to the Cedar''Valley hospita Will Be f.n Contest HUTCHINS--Those from Orthe township in the county spelling- con test'-at Garner Saturday will tj Maynard Schonrieman, Francis Mul Jin, Audrey Rinbart and Helen Baker. '. . Leave for Ogilvie' R O C I F A L L S--Mrs. Matilda Schnartz and son, Johnnie, left fo leader, Mrs. D. E. Keat.-This was O^'lvie^Minn., Tuesday, to visit Mr the first meeting of the new year's and Mr3 - Joe Wyborn.ey and family work. ; . Is HI at Plymouth. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Charles An derson is suffering with erysipelas. " Musical Numbers Given. CRESCO--Miss Muriel Luers was hostess 'Tuesday evening to "A Sharp Music Club" when musi- ca Inumbers were played by her pupils. Annual Meeting Planned. FERTILE--The Church of Christ will have its yearly business meeting Saturday. Dinner win be served in the basement. Is at Sioux City. SHEFFIELD^-Mrs. C. B. Van 'Nest is spending the week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. .B Reynolds, Sioux City. ; . Surprised on.Birthday. ' JOICEl--A surprise birthday party .was given for Mrs. F. L. Rowe Wednesday afternoon. Is From Rochester. FREDERICKSBURG -- George Stevens of Rochester, Minn., came Tuesday for several weeks' visit with his daughter, Mrs. . Alfred Babcock and family. Allison Party Held. ALLISON--Fifteen dollars was cleared at. the benefit card party held at the.'Legion hall on Monday evening; sponsormed by the Amerf- ican Legion auxiliary. High honors in bridge were won by L. A. Spengler and in 500 by E. E. Wilder. Surprised on Birthday. CLARION--Seventeen neighbors and friends of Mrs. Paul Comer surprised her Wednesday when they visited her home, the occasion beine her birthday. THIS GLINIG IS Smart Shoes . for the Family SHOE STORE 18 So. Federal Mason. City, Iowa ' Shop Here · . and . SAVE : TTERE are t\yelve eminent phyrf- ·~ * cians and surgeons. In addition to these famous specialists are, bacteriologists, licensed pharmacists on'd men skilled in physical therapy. The services of this huge medical organization are freely given. to all patients in Dr. Pierce'3 Invalids Hotel arid Surgical Institute. 'But the Pierce Service- to suffering humanity doea hot atop at treating just the patients who are able to come here. Instead, the medical skill of this organization is available to people wherever^ they live. .The Pierce. Medical Service is given .to every. user of.Dr. Pier'ce'a Family Remedies, such as CJolderi Medical Discovery, the great herbal tonic. Every package of Dr. Pierce's Family' Remedies contains a Syrnpton Blank. Fill it out and mall it to Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo, N., Y. for FREE medical advice. Send Iflc if you want a trial package of Dr. Pierce's . Golden Medical Discovery Attend Scout Banquet. ALEXANDER--F. D. Rodemeyer, W. P. Aldinger, W.'F. IJiirm H. A; Peters, F. M. Gillett, F. L Greenfield, George Dunn and th t Rev. Charles Buckwalter, together with the Raven patrol of Boy Scout troop-28, attended the Father-Son banquet .of the Boy Scouts at Meservey. . . · · / Rud-Society Meets. RUDD--The M,' E. Ladles' Aid met at the church Wednesday afternoon for a business meeting and to quilt · « . - . ' ' .; Go to Des Moines. ·· SHEFFIELD--Mr. 'and Mrs H R. 'Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. H. .H° Atkinson, Mr. ,'and Mrs. D. J. Atkinson spent Wednesday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. James Humphrey Des Moines. : Goes to Cedar Rapids. JOICE--George Abraham left Wednesday morning for Cedar Rapids to visit his brother, Brahara Abraham who is ill. ' Taken to Hospital. LATTMER--Miss Jane Damm has so, far 'recovered from her re cent severe illness as to be taken to the Lutheran hospital at Hamp ton., . . ; . - . . . r Honored on Birthday. ALLISON--As a birthday courtesy..to her son, Bob, Mrs. Ernest Speedy entertained Edwin and Merle Kepler, Dana Shepard and Alvin Folkers at dinner. This was his thirteenth birthday.'^·.-· v Entertains on Birthday. CLARION--Dr. E. D. Tompkins birthday falls on March 10 so on Tuesday he entertained his evening bridge club and a few other giaests at the Hotel Moore. . Entertained at Rock Falls PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. William Werle o£ Rock Falls entertained the Farmers' Wives and Daughters at a luncheon. There was a. good attendance. Culture Club to Meet D--The- Culture club will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jack Utter. Street Sale scheduled KTESTER, Minn,--There will be street sale on Main street in Kiester on Saturday afternoon. Visits at Rowan , ROWAN--Floyd Allen, Aberdeen i. Dak., has been visiting his moth- :r, Mrs. Elsie Allen. Moves to Blue Earth. SWEA CITY--Dr. H. H. Russ, who stopped practicing Here the :irst of the year to take ^ver the practice of his uncle, Dr. John Russ of Blue Earth; Minn., movedhis furniture- and-faraily this-week tcrBlfce Earth! : : . ' . - . ' · . · ' HI at Plymouth CHAPIN--O. M- Hansrn'spent Wednesday with Mrs. Hansen at Plymouth, where she has been the past five weeks caring for her aged aunt, who has beea sick. Thornton Circle Meets THORNTON--TUe Queen Esther circle met at the home of Lois Hyers. Marie Champion read the scripture and Nancy Heddle gave WORK ON MAIN BLACKHAWK SPAN STARTS Mrs. Irene Mors was a · the lesson, guest. Has Birthday Party GOLDFDSLD--Mrs. H/C. Wiser ·entertained several boys at a sur- jrise dinner in honor of her son Keith's fifteenth birthday Tuesday evening. . Come From Marathon ALEXANDER --Mrs. John F. Peters and Mrs. Ben F. Peters of Harathon visited Tuesday at , the home of Mr .and Mrs.,Louie Peters. Is From Park Rapids RUDD--Mrs. Nora Mueller of Park Rapids, Minn., is visiting 'her mother, Mrs. Carl Mueller. Her sister, Mrs. Earl Parker, and children are also there. Daughter Is Born , SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Leon Nolte are the parents of a girl born yesterday. - Given Farewell Party ^ ROCKWELL--Mrs. Harold Wolcott entertained a party of friends n honor of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gaffney Monday-evening "prior, to their removal to a farih west of the sugar plant at Mason City.. .;. Auxiliary Is Entertained "· THORNTON--Mrs. R. -D:' Larson entertained the .Legion auxiliary. Urs. James Hemming was assisting hostess.-. Plans were made to hold a doughnut sale-Saturday in the R-'J. Forsyth-Hardware store, .Recovers at Schaller · LATIMER--Word haa. been received here that Mrs. 'J. C- Christensen .at Schaller is slowly recovering from a second attack of the flu. ' Mr. .and. Mrs. Christensen are spending .the winter with their son. 3. J.' C. Christensen, principal of the schools, at Sehaller. 1 -50-Guests at Shower. . COULTER--Mrs. *. C. .Pedersen and Mrs., John A: Johansen gave 'a lost-nuptial .miscellaneous shower Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Clarence 'Larson a. recent bride. Fifty guests were present at the affair. tucir\da Club .'Meets. GARNER--The Lucinda club met n the'Odd Fellows hall Wednesday evening. After a luncheon members discussed plans for their protege in he Odd. Fellows home at' Mason -ity. The..Lucinda club is composed of past noble grands. . ·· · · Meetings are Held. . MARBLE ROCK--The members 'f the W. C. T. TJ. met Friday with drs. Kate Hillman. ..- Twenty-five members of Camp Mabel circle, 1. N. A.; met v;*h Mrs. Loren Ar- art. The members of the Rebekah Ircle · spent Wednesday afternoon ,vith Mrs. Addle Scott Kepple. : LANSING, March 12 .-^-Construction on the. Blackhawk bridge spanning the Mississippi river Is progressing rapidly. Above is shown a stretch of live spans making,450 feet of steel In place. Erection of heavy steel for the main river spans has started at hof.h ends of i the main structure with ad- ditional crews worMngv This steel consists of extraordinarily heavy .Kirders, some weighing more than six tons each. The Blackh'awk bridge la designcd^to sustain a load of SO tons In transit. The above picture Is published thrn -the courtesy of the Waukon Republican and Standard. COURT STARTED AT EMMETSBURG $10,000 Damages Asked by B. F. Bradley in Suit s ' ( . on Contract. EMMETSBURG, March 12: . Judge James DeLand opened the March term of court here Tuesday. There were no criminal nor equity cases to be heard and ' the grand jury waa dismissed. Eight important law cases are to be tried. Among them is tie case of B. F. Bradley vs. Fairbanks-Morse company and the Municipal Utilities corporation where the plaintiff is asking dam-, ages of $10,000 for alleged non-performance of a contract on the part of the defendant. The Municipa Utilities corporation is defendant in another damage suit where alleged poor electric wiring- caused a fire destroying- a skating rink. Another important case is that in which Roy Hanna of Ruthven is suing the Shamplin Refining company on an injunction bond alleging damages caused by the defendants injunction forbidding him to nan their stations in Ruthven and Ayrshire. LEGGE HOME AGAIN PATFLAHERff TO FACE TRIAL Turner Grants Extradition of Sioux City Man to South Dakota. DES MOINES, March 12. (J-Pat Flaherty of Sioux City must return to Huron, S. Dak., where he is wanted in connection with the. slaying of Charles Eyestbne Feb. 5. The extradition request of Gov. Warren Green of South Dakota was rranted yesterday by Governor Dan Turner after a two day hearing. The'Sioux City man attempted o show that he was in North Platte, Nebr, the night Eyestbne vas shot in his apartment while at- :empting- to r»sist the efforts of two loldup men. States Attorney Leo A. Temmey rom Huron presented witnesses who dentified Flaherty as- one of the men who entered the Eyestorie ipartment. The man who did the ac- .ual shooting has not been apprehended. · Enrolls Again In College. SCARVTLLE, March 12.--Miss Nora Stephens who has been doing ractice. teaching at Mason City eft for Cedar Falls Tuesday where he will enroll again at college: She ·isited her parents, Mr.' and MrsV N. A. C. Stephens, before returning-. · Has Second Operation. ' . OSAGE---Ed Evens has come successfully thru his second operation at Rochester, with'good prospect of recovery.-. Y . . - . . - . ' Bridge Club Entertained* ROCKFORD^-The Junior bridge club was entertained in the .William Yerkes home. Mrs. Lynn Smith and Mark Staudt received'high scores. Returns tp Wisconsin CHAPIN--Mrs. Harvey Schallen- erg, called here by the illness of ler father, Seth Abrams.- returned to her- home at Frederick,- Wls., arty Wednesday morning. 'Mrs. Schallenberg was here a month. . Fire Extinguished. OSAGE---Frieda Johnson's -house iccupled by the Marcus Hanson Family caught fire. Wednesday morning: hut wag saved from serious damage. · : · - ' . . " .: Snow Prevents Return, i MARBLE ROCK--Mas. Theodore Jesserschmldt who. is visiting her daughter in Chicago was unable to' return home-Monday as intended owing to the snow storm there Sat- 'urday. Sh'e will.remain there during the week. · ... . - T · Celebrate Wedding Anniversary! ; -.COULTER--ffir. and Mrs. Henry Winthura observed their twentieth wedding anniversary by inviting 25 relatives to help celebrate the occasion. Mrs. H. P. Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sbrensen of Latl- mer were out of town guests. · . Associated Press Photo · Alexander Legge,. who recently resigned as chairman of the federal farm board, shown on his return to Chicago to resume his $100,000 a. year position as. president of the International Harvester company. PLUS DECORAH PARK Montgomery E x p e c t s to Open Pool and Playground on June 13. i , '·· . · · DECORAH, March 12.--Harry Montgomery leased 15 acres of land from Mrs. Ella Marlowe Hicks, south of the fairgrounds, and will build an amusement park with a swimming pool and 'a children's playground. The estimated cost of the pool is ?21,000. Work will commence on the pool April 10, and on June 13 Mr. Montgomery expects to open the park to the public. Hog Vaccination School Held for Leland Farmers -' LELAND, March .12.--Twentythree farmers Tuesday attended a school for hog vaccination conducted in Buren's hall, under the auspices of the Farm Bureau, by Mr. Smith from Ames. An examination for permits was held on Wednesday. Does Sausage Give You Indigestion? "\XTHAT foods disagree with you 1 ? V V'WTien sausage of any other foods cause trouble, ypucanquickly end stomach distress by eating Turns, thedelicious new Antaad mints that you eat like candy. Heartburn,, indigestion, sour stomach guickly disappear. Breath is purified. £ or Turns qutckly neutralize excess acids. x s s a c s . n, *? % thrce atef meals-fatten one 13 enough). Turns are handier to use-- and Get a rou at ^ y SMITH INDICTED BYPRIONJURY Davenport Man C h a r g e d With Conspiracy in Stock Transaction. CLARION, March 12.--Horatio D. Smith, Davenport, was indicted on charges of false pretense and conspiracy by the grand jury. Bonds were fixed at $3,000 on the pretense count and '$2,000 on the conspiracy count. The grand jury reported Smith on Nov. 6, 1929, together with M. L. Schuffman and J. H. Schuffman conspired against Cornelius Dunkel and Elizabeth Ann Dunkel of Eagle. Grove to obtain from them '390 units of 'Standard Share holding- company stock. Mr and- Mra. Dunkel said the .transaction ^involved trading- the stock for ots In- Florence, Ala., .which they thot were near the centeri of that KINSEDAHL IS GIVEN 5 YEARS Former Aredale Resident Is . Sentenced at Allison on Larceny Count. ' ALLISON, March 12.--Bert Kinsedahl, Frost, Minn., formerly of Aredale, was sentenced to a term not to exceed five years in the penitentiary at Fort Madison by Judge M. F. Edwards on a charge of'grand larceny. He was arrested on Monday by Sheriff Henry Burma. A suit of clothes 'and two caps which had been stolen from Henry Ubben were found in his possession. Other stolen articles were found in the house s which he occupied. His wife and six children are making- their home with? her parents. Sheriff Burma started to Fort Madison Wednesday with him, Dick Burbridge, S. B. Dailey and Freddie Kramer accompanied them on-the trip. School Events Program at Manly Is Announced MANLY, March. 12.--The program of scho'ol events from now until graduation is: Girls' basket- ball«tournament, March 13 and 14; first senior '"play, April 10; second senior play,! April 17; Junior high school operetta, April '24; junior play, May 1; junior-senior banquet, May'15 or 16; commencement sermon,- My 17; commencement, May 20. JOE Goss IS NOW SELLING Furniture Stoves From His New Store at 207 Sixth Street S. W. Fine stock of New aad Used Furniture, -Cook, Heater and Gaa Stoves. No Kent to P.ay So All Prices Extremely Low. Air. Goas trades and buys used - furniture. Phone 1307 or 942 Queers Portrays the Spring Mode in this Ultra Smart Seamless Pump Women who are In the habit of paying $10 to $12 for their smart .footwear will revel in trying on and adding this new mode to their shoe-wardrobe. Developed In beautiful satin finish kidskin. Sizes 4 to 8, AAA to C. 850 Merkel'8 First Floor The Easter Hats Are Two-Faced The right side gives not the slightest hint what the left side isi doing. They may be trimmed with flowers but they · will be feminine. and Second Floor a, J S

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