Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1936 · Page 11
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2 1936 ELEVEN it' if i i fej if \ Ifir Jlr TO ENLIST NEW IOWA RECRUITS State's New Quota for CCC Set at 2,167 to Fill in Vacancies. DES MOINES, f--Army officers directing CCC activities were advised Thursday that the CCC is prepared to enlist 2,167 new recruits in Iowa. The state's new enlistment quota, asigned by Washington officials, includes 2,117 juniors--young men from 17 to 28--and 50 war veterans. They will replace men who withdrew to accept employment or who were discharged at the end of their enlistment period on March 31. The new recruits will increase the CC enrollment in the state to its regular quota of 6,575. including 6,024 juniors and 551 war veterans. Plans to discontinue soome of the Iowa camps were cancelled recently. For the entire country the CCC has opened recruiting of 66,950 new members to bring the corps enrollment up to 350.000. We may fancy ourselves secure, but the world has never known peace or security while military minds ruled a great nation.--.Davenport Times. n-».¥'t I/:, I ': 15 South Federal Buy Your Easter Hat Now . . . From This Extraordinary PRE-EASTER SALE of SPRING HATS $ 1 95 to $ All Head Sizes Every new style of the season. You will be amazed at the values! STRAWS - STRAW CLOTH CREPES-FELTS FINK'S Dress Up For AST FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Selling of New Arrivals In Smart New SUITS and COATS Look your best this Easter . . , come in this week-end and select one of these chic outfits! They've been coming in daily, and they're the cleverest Suits and Coats we've shown this season! Every popular model--swaggers, mannish, jiggers . . . and we bought them especially for the beautiful patterns and bright spring colors. They should sell for much more than we're asking . . . but out they go for only 59.90 and S15.90--be here early! EXTRA SPECIAL! Mannish Tailored Unlined. Very Smart 15 South Federal Avc. MRS. BIRKBECK PIONEER, DIES Long Time Resident of Mason City Succumbs in Milwaukee. Mrs. Julia Birkbeck, 76, for many years a resident of Mason City, died at a hospital in Milwaukee, Wis.. Thursday morning at 7:15 o'clock, following an illness. She had been in Milwaukee since last September. Mrs. Birkbeck, nee Julia Emerson, who would have reached her seventy-seventh birthday this month, was born in Dartmouth, Eng., April 27, 1859. She was married at Etna, Wis., 54 years ago. Her husband preceded her in death in 1913. For the past 35 years she had resided at the old homestead north or Mason City and had been a teacher in the M. E. Sunday school at Oak Grove for the past 27 years. She was also a member of the Freeman Ladies Aid society. Surviving Mrs. Birkbeck are two sons, Paul Birkbeck, EnCanto, Cal., and Russell Birkbeck, Mason City, and one daughter, Mrs. Jack Peterson, Mason City, and nine grandchildren. Two sisters, Mrs. James Calvert, Benton, Wis., and Mrs. L. E. Johnson, Sioux Falls. S. Dak., and one brother, Arthur Km- erson, Pasadena, Cal., also survive. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Thursday. MINNESOTA MAN HELD WITH CAR Fergus Falls Sheriff Will Take Youth Back to Fergus Falls. Grant P. Walston, 19, was being held in Mason City Thursday by local police for Sheriff J. C. Henkes, Fergus Falls, Minn. Walston was arrested at 5:20 o'clock Thursday morning in front of 15 First street northwest, where he was asleep in a car stolen from the streets of Fergus Falls Sunday evening. The car is-owned by Henry Applequist of Fergus Falls. Walston, who resides at Fox Holm, Minn,, admitted to police that he stole the car and was driving it to DCS Moines. Walston has waived extradition and will be taken back to Fergus Falls on a charge of stealing a car. Alcohol Tax Unit in New Federal Building G. J. Thompson and Paul V. Slan- inger, federal investigators for the alcohol tax unit in the bureau of in ternal revenue, have installed offices temporarily on the third floor of the new Federal building here, it was officially announced Thursday. Permanent quarters will he assigned to them later, it is expected. Werner, Spiritual Adviser to Bruno, Has Been Unfrocked NEW YORK, CT)--The Rev. W. H. Heckman, president of the Greater New York conference of Seventh Day Adventists, said in response to a query that the Rev. D. G. Werner, a spiritual adviser to Bruno Richard Hauptmann, has been unfrocked. He declined to state the cause of the removal but emphasized that Mr. Werner's relationship with Hauptmann was not responsible, "While the denomination approves the action of any of its ministers acting as spiritual adviser to convicted men, the conference does not approve declarations by the ministers as to their guilt or innocence," he explained. Two Freight Cars Tumble Into Lake TAMA, (,'P)--Two freight cars tumbled into Lake Cherry and six others were derailed when a Milwaukee railroad freight train left the tracks a short distance from the Milwaukee-North Western intersection here Wednesday night. The cars which went into the lake were loaded with oats and the other with eggs, autos and miscellaneous freight. The cause of the derailment was not determined immediately. Ethiopians Ask for Heavier Sanctions GENEVA, (.T) -- The Ethiopian government demanded of the league of nations Thursday night that new and more powerful sanctions be applied against Italy. Emperor Haiie Selassie sent the league a note containing a scathing indictment of Italy, claiming Italian forces were barbarously cxtcrmina-, ting the Ethiopian people. Mrs. Chris Shoemaker of Garner Succumbs GARNER--Mrs. Chris Shoemaker, 68, died in their home following a complicated illness of over a year. Mrs. Shoemaker is survived by her husband and two married daughters, Mrs. Jennie Campbell of Cottonwood, S. Dak., and Mrs. Walter Dirkson of Woden. Mrs. Shoemaker grew up in Garner as Frances Jjynch, daughter of pioneer settlers. She will he buried here in the Catholic cemetery. Two Killed When Train Wrecks Auto ·f Twisted and shattered hits of wreckage in the above picture are nuite testimony lo the railroad crossing: wreck a mile east of Muscatine which took the lives of Charles D. \Veigand, 36, and William C. Jones, 18, employed at Dam 16. The car was hit by a Milwaukee freight train. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) Eadrnar Beauty Salon Will Open Saturday Saturday, April 4, will mark the opening of the Eadmar Beauty Salon, located in the Eadmar Hotel building, under the proprietorship of the Misses Evelyn Gaarder and Elizabeth Wahlers. Complete interior redecoration, indirect lighting', new furnishings carried out in a blue and silver color scheme and exquisitely appointed, combine to provide attractive quarters for the salon, which has a private entrance on First street northwest. * Equipment of the latest type has been installed, and a feature of the service will be the new Undine trat- ment, a permanent waving method in which no electric equipment is directly applied to the hair. Both Miss Gaarder, whose home is in Kensett, and Miss Wahlers, formerly of Myrtle, Minn., have had special courses in the art of makeup in connection with other training in beauty culture in Los Angeles, Cal, Details for Program of Planning Sessions at Ames Are Announced AMES--Details of the program 'or the forthcoming state wide conference on "Planning" were completed, and the program was an- lounced by the Iowa State Planning Doard, which is sponsoring the con- 'erence in co-operation with the National Resources committee. The conference will be held in the Memorial union, Iowa State col- cgc, April 16. It is open to all persons desiring to attend. Special 3ffort has been made to extend an nvitation to representative private citizens interested in civic affairs, and to public officials in every county in Iowa, representing both town and rural interests. Nearly 2,000 invitations were mailed. The headliner on the conference program will be the lecture by Walter H. Blucher, Chicago, executive MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES. Marriages licenses were issued by the county clerk here Thursday to Howard Oliver Welcher, 17, and Helen Morrissey, 17, both of Mason City, and to Lawrence Wallace Haight, 21, Northwood, and Marjorie Alice Spencer, 19, Manly. MEN'S STRAP WATCH Only $| 15 Jewels, a Dandy Jewelry C®. 10 First Street S. E. "A SAFE PLACE TO TRADE" director of the American Society of Planning officials, who will speak on "The Place of Planning in a Government Organization." Mr. Blucner will appear in the regular leeture course on "National, Regional and State planning," being presented by Iowa State college primarily for its faculty and student body. The planning conference was arranged to coincide with his appearance here. Municipal Meeting Planned. DETROIT LAKES, Minn., The League of Minnesota Municipalities will hold its twenty-third annual convention here June 17-19 The state's 72S cities and villages are expected to send delegates to the meeting. An arrangements committee is to he appointed from the De- troit'Lakes city council by Mayor A. c. Knudson. . Mrs. Roosevelt says one can be happy though near starvation, bu she doesn't tell why she is dieting.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. JUST ARRIVED! Styles For the SUITS Sizes 32 to 40. All Spring Shades. Take Advantage of This Wonderful Value. WBERRY. OX 25 STQ RES 1 - Announcing the Opening of , . . . . Kemble's Down Town Flower Shop AT 7 WEST STATE STREET SATURDAY, A P R I L 4 We will continue to fill most orders direct from our Greenhouse, but we will also maintain a stock of seasonable, freshly cut flowers, blooming plants and many other items at our downtown location. Visitors always welcome at both places. Large Pots CINERARIAS, PRIMROSES, each KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE Down Town Store 7 IVcsf Slnfe Street P H O N E 55 Main Office 130S S. Federal Avc. Vlason Township to Hold Meeting Friday at 1 P. M. in School The Mason township soil conscr- ·ation meeting will be held in school No. 8 instead of P. G. and E. iuditorium as first announced, it ivaa stated at the Farm Bureau office. The meeting will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Americanism Urging the government to soak the rich because the tax doesn't hurt us; wondering why the rich make us pay so much for everything.--Lincoln Star. The WttIC of Perfection 1,400 Will Gather at St. Olaf College for May Music Festival NORTHFIELD, Minn., (.T)--About j 1,400 singers from high schools, colleges and congregations in four northwest states will gather at St. Olaf college here May 16-17 for the .nnual May music festival. Dr. F. Melius Christiansen, director of the St. Olaf Lutheran choir, will speak on "How to Organize a :hoir." The St. Olaf choir and other musical organizations of the Northfield college will participate in the jrogram. Plans also arc under way 'or observance of Norwegian constitution day, May 17. Singers are expected from Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Prof. Paul G. Schmidt is chairman of the committee !n charge of musical organizations. RHEUMATISM Your pharmacist will tell you that the chances are that your rheumatism is caused or aggravated-by excess uric acid. That being the case, he can also tell you that one swift and safe prescription is Allenru--often the terrible pain and agony are gone in 48 hours--ask any live druggist in America for S ounces prescription Allenru. Costs about 85 cents. WISS Pinking Shears offer you an almost magical short-cu: to thebeau- tifully neat and even pinking found in rhc best professional tailoring. Come in and let us show you how many uses there are for these wonderful shears and how they save time and materials. ROYAL HAND CLEANER «·«. Pric«.. $ 14 SO Just think o£ it! Two latest model Royal Vacuum Cleaners . . . one a full size, very powerful floor model with newest type rotary brush, the other a light weight and super efficient hand cleaner for all those above the floor cleaning tasks. The two cleaners sell regularly lor $54.00. During this sale you get them both for S39.95. The Royal floor model has all ths features which have made Royal famous for more than 25 years. It will do the heaviest cleaning tasks with the greatest o£ ease. T h e R o y a l h a n d cleaner ia entirely new . . . a radical improve- mentoverother types of hand cleaners. You'll fall in 1 lave with it at first sight. Royal Cleaners are advertised in National Magazines, including; Good Housekeeping. This Sale is for a Limited Time Only. ACT NOW! LOWE BROS. FACTORY I DEMONSTRATION New ideas On Decorating How to Refinish Floors Painting Cost Estimates Questions Answered SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON LOWE BROS. INTERIOR FINISHES

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