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March 13, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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Mason City News on This Page FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1981 March 18, 19, 20 and 21--Mason City's normal spring opening. March 19, 20 and 31--North Central division of Iowa State Teachers'. association to hold convention here. March SO--Election of city councilmen. . I Masoe City V ',. Watkins Vanilla. Phone 3125J. ;· Tree and Flower talks, VVCCO 8:30 a. m. . · Stanley I* Haynes, justice o peace, was unable to be at his office Friday because of illness. He is af his home. Ph. 955--roof repairing or com plete new roof. Builders Supp. Co Dance at Manly Frl. nite. Music Huck Shaffer's Royal Club orch. · For roof repairing or a new roo call 955. Builders Supp. Co. E, X. Shin nick, secretary of thi Des Moines Life and Annuity com pany is to address the Mason City District Association of Life Under wirters at a luncheon to. be held a the Y. W. C. A. Saturday noon Mr Shinnick will speak on "Conserva tion of Business. 1 Dance Sat. night, Eagles hall. Dr Pettiford's orchestra playing. Bake sale at Sterling. Group No 6, Church of Christ. Saturday, 10 a. m. Diamond bread Jlnglo contest Is on. Every loaf of Diamond breac has Jingle. Birth certificates have been filed in the office of-the clerk forVerlyn Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Lee, Hanlontown, born March 7; Ropendq, child of Mr. and Mrs ·Joe Floreg, 509 Seventeenth stree northwest, born March 1, and Donald Patrick, son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Meugan, 1226 South Federa avenue, born Feb. 17: Beautiful new designs in table bridge and junior lamps, now on display at P. G. and E. Write a 4th line to complete Jingle: on red band around Diamon bread. Cash prizes. 35° JEPEtSEi JDes Moines , Js.v'AXR. Hendrickso'n, 816 Elm drive. She was operated on because . of injuries received in an auto acci . dent Feb. 8. We make over all kinds of mattresses, good as v new, use best tick ing only. Phone 1499J. H. C. Riefe Jingle contest, 6 cash prizes each week. See red band around Diamond bread. For Sale--Leaving city, will sel at once at my home, 125 llth St N. E., 6 rooms of beautiful'quality furniture. 5 American Gulistan Oriental rugs, 2 piece .mohair par 3or suite, Sparton all electric radio 8 piece upholstered walnut dining suite, a real beauty. General Electric refrigerator, 3 piece mahogany bed room suite with Beauty-Res' mattress and Ace springs, 3 piece walnut bedroom suite, % walnu bed, walnut dresser, gateleg tables floor lamps, end tables, smokinj cabinet, electric sweeper and Universal gas range. All new and in excellent condition. No phone calls. Horace S. Beemer, X-IJay Ex traction pf Teeth. Penney Bldg. CAKD OF THANKS We wish to express our apprecia tion to the kind friends and neighbors for their l-.ind assistance and sympathy during our time of sorrow. " / A. C. Hunnicutt, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hunnicutt and Family, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hunnicutt and Family, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hunnicutt, . Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Donaldson and Family. Farm Wanted We have customer .with building located close in-- 44x165 feet, well leased 'to a large corporation at $125 per month. The property is worth $20,000, carries first mortgage of $10,000. Owner wants a good Iowa 'farm. For Further Particulars Call ECK RQS Phone 134 Krcsge Bldj*. Daly Epigrams! The diamond is the hardest- known sabstan ce--to get. w. J.D!LY c« North Iowa's Home Newspaper CITY TO BID FOR VETERANS HOSPITAL COMMITTEE WILL PREPARE BRIEF ON ADVANTAGES Chamber of Commerce and Legion Joins in Effort. An effort to procure a veterans hospital for Mason City or-vicinity will be made by a joint committee of the Chamber of Commerce and Ciausen-Worden post of the American Legion. The personnel of the committee will be announced by B. A. Webster, president of the Cham-' her of Commerce, in the immediate future. » General plans for the campaign to bring 1 the hospital to Mason City were discussed at a joint session of the executive committees-of the Legion and the Chamber of Commerce at the Hotel Hanford Friday noon. Webster Outlines Plan. In outlining the proposition Mr. /Webster stated that congress has appropriated - funds for additional hospital facilities for veterans, of which Iowa will receive a part, an'd that while it is not yet certain that a separate unit will be constructed in Iowa, it is very likely that another plant will be established in northern or northwestem Iowa. Iowa has one veterans hospital at Knoxville. Mr. Webster read * several communications from Gen, Frank T. Hines,. administrator of veterans affairs, who is the head of the federal board of hospitalization,. which will definitely decide where the additional hospitals are to be built. These stated there will be an early disposition of the hospital matter in this state. The joint committee will begin immediately to draw up a brief of the advantages offered by Mason City for the veterans hospital. These will include transportation facilities such as railroads and paved highways, the availability of construction materials and the advan- ,tag;e%, J!fithe'ifiictitliat; the city has niea't';pacldrjg and sugar manufacturing establishments." ·'· , To Receive Offers. The announcement was made by Mr. Webster that the committee will be glad to receive offers of sites, including the price asked, prices at which land in the vicinity have been sold recently and the accessibility of water, sewers and other utilities. Attention was called to the fact that a tract of land of at least 20 acres will be required for the hospi- 'tal sites. The land must be situated so that trackage can be obtained to a heating plant. It must also have access to pavement. · The Rev. G. G. Parker ta Address.Ministers The Rev. George G. Parker, pastor of the Central Lutheran church, will be the leader at the 40 minute Ere-Easter devotional service for ministers to be held Monday morning at 11 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. This is'one of a series ,of sessions sponsored by the Mason City Ministerial association. The .Rev. air. Parker's theme will be "The Pastor in Prayer." Information Filed Against Peterson by County Attorney County Attorney Roe Thompson has filed a county attorney's information against Chris Peterson, charging him wltii maintaining a liquor nuisance. Peterson, who was arrested by peace officers after they found a quantity of alcohol in his possession, is being held in jail. The county attorney also has filed a petition for an injunction enjoining the -defendant from further violation of the liquor laws. P, M, ANDERSON INJURED IN FALL Man Taken to Park Hospital in Ambulance; Head and · Wrist Are Hurt. P. M. Anderson, 152 Seventh street southwest, received injuries on the left side of the head, an injured left eyeball, an injured left wrist which doctors say may be fractured and other 'injuries when he fell from a tree ha was trimming near his home shortly before noon Friday. Mr. Anderson fell about 20 feev and struck his head on the sidewalk, witnesses said. It is thot a limb he had cut from the shade tree he was trimming swung backward and struck the ladder on which he was standing. . He was taken to Park hospital in an ambulance and given treatment. Altho seemingly suffering from shock, he was conscious. "Xray pictures were to be taken of his injuries later. Tricycle Is Taken From Yafd; Police Notified A tricycle left hi a front yard of the O. 1 G. Engcbretson home, 220 Thirteenth street northeast, was taken Thursday night, according to a report made to the police department by Mrs. Engebretson. Our Modern Equipment Assures you of speedy, efficient service when you bring your shoe repairing to this conveniently located shop. Prices are reasonable. SERVICE SHOE REPAIR SHOP 123 North Federal Don't-- be short! We will advance whatever you need and you can return it in easy payments at your convenience. UNITED SERVld Fitch Will Address Vegetable Growers Vegetable growers of Mason City and Clear Lake will hold ,'a imeet- tajr'jin , th'e courthouse assembly room Monday evening at 8 o'clock at which time C. L. Fitch of the extension service of Iowa State college at Ames will give .the address. CARD OF THANKS t We wish to thank our many friends and especially the Crystal Lake Ice and Fuel Co. and em- ployes for their kindness and sympathy, also for the floral and spiritual tributes received at the death of our beloved wife and mother and sister. Jas. H. Boyce and Family. R. Randolph and Family. HEADS OF FARM BUREAU TO MEET HERE WEDNESDAY O'DonneJI, Hearst, Myhr and Mrs. Jacobs on Program. Farm Bureau members of the 11 counties forming the second Farm Bureau district will meet at Mason City for a' special all day conference ori Wednesday. AH phases of Farm Bureau activity will be taken up at the conference. The morning session will be largely devoted to special group meetings with local persons taking part in the discussions and in the formation of reports to be present^ ed in the afternoon. Among the gr,oup leaders'on the program are A. B. Myhr of Thompson, Art Mallory of Hampton nnc Mrs. W. H. Jacobs of Forest City. Charles E. Hearst, president of the Iowa Farm, Bureau federation, will represent the state office and speak on taxation and legislation at the afternoon session. R. F. O'Donnell manager of the Iowa Livestock Marketing corporation, will present the progress, made by his organization in a special address. District conferences this year are attracting members' from all sections of the district, officials state Counties in the second districl which are taking part in making the conference a success are: Kossouth, Wlnnebago, Worth, Mitchell Hancock, Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Humboldt, Wright, Franklin and Butler Easter Dance to Be Held Monday, April 6 The Easter dance of the Mason City national guard companies will be held Monday, April 6, with the Varsity club orchestra supplying the music, according to preliminary plans of the officers of the three companies, Headquarters, F and H WHEN YOUR EYES signal "STOP,", have them examined by DR. H. \v. KNUTSON; o. D. Over J. C. Penney Store OAKLANDS-PONTIACS Special Reduced Prices, on labor, for grinding valves in Oakland 6 or Pontiac./ SPEEDWAY GARAGE COS S. Pres. Phone 1106 4 For rosy cheeks, clear eyes and youthful energy --and make a success of your life. They cost no more than ordinary shoes New Spring styles arriving every day Layman's Shoe Store 202 South Federal Avenue GOLDFISH We have just added a new department: Goldfish, Aquariums and supplies. Come in and see our beautiful display of common and fancy varieties of fish. Saturday--Last Day! Of Special Introductory Offer A gallon aquarium, two Goldfish and a box of Fish Food. All for Currie-Van Ness Co. UN. FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 17 High School Student Wins Essay .Contest Lois Marie Donaldson, a student at St. Joseph's high school, is the local winner of a medal presented by the Gorgas foundation of Chicago, to the winners of the high school essay contest, according to an announcement made here this week. The subject of the essay was "Keeping Fit; The Gorgas Method of Personal Health." The third annual Gorgas memorial essay contest closed Jan. 25. MRS^WElGER FUNERAL HELD Services for Pioneer Woman Held at Holy Family Catholic Church. Reqyeim hig-h mass was said for Mrs. Anna Glass Sweiger, 605 Del aware avenue northeast, at the Holy Family Catholic church Friday forenoon by the Rev. R. P. Murphy, assisted by the Rev. Leslie V. Barnes and the Rev. Herbert J. Krteger. Burial was at St. Joseph's cemetery. The mass was sung by Mrs. 3. E Dandelet, Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin and Larry Reardon. Pallbearers were Henry Cahi'.l, William Gleason, F. A. Tracy, Dan Sullivan, Hugh Davey and Charles Brady. Those from out of town who attended the services were Mr. and Mrs. Allus Sweiger, Beaver Dam, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweiger. Oklahoma City; Mrs. Mildred Dargen, Sioux Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lorenz, Sioux Falls; Lyman English, Austin, Minn; Ed J. Russell, Chicago; Rose Coyle, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coyle, Rockford; Mable Carr and Hubert Carr, both of New Hampton. Mrs. Sweiger, for several years an invalid, was one of the pioneer residents of Mason City. She was hrot here in a covered wagon as a child. The family lived on a farm northeast of town for many years. Later the family moved to town and resided-on what is now 'Fifth street northeast. RE-ADJUSTMENT OF AREA SCOUT BUDGET PLANNED Larger Number of Towns to Have Benefit of Troops. A meeting of the members of the North Iowa area coihici! was held Thursday evening in the Hotel Hanford with an attendance of 71 men and practically every community in the nine-county area represented Following the invocation the members of the council were served dinner. During the course of the meal the men were led in group singing by K. J. Gleason, field scout executive. A plan for re-adjustment of the area budget was submitted by Ralph Lloyd Jones, chairman of the area finance committee. Under this plan, communities will be enabled to have two plans of service, namely direct and indirect. In the opinion of the members of the area council this will enable a larger number of Dr. Horace Beemer EXTRACTION SPECIALIST. X-RAY' OF TEETH N J. O. Penney Building communities to have the benefit of a Boy Scout troop. This plan was adopted after its full explanation by Mr. Lloyd Jones. Dr. J. C. Powers, president of the North Iowa area council, introduced the visitors. Earl B. Moore, deputy executive for region eight, was also in attendance. This is the first time Mr. Moore has had the opportunity of meeting with the members of the North Iowa area council. In Mr. Moore's remarks, he gave the members present an idea of scouting thruout region eight. Dr. Powers presided during the course of the meeting, which was adjourned upon completion of the plans for the revision of the area budget. The chief objection to the five- day week is that week-ends would overlap.--Midwest Ilovlew. P ALMER JOHNSONW MOTOR CO. *' GENERAL REPAIRING ALL MAKES BODY WORK GREASING R. N. Reuber, M. D. 2H/ 2 s. Federal (Al)ove J. J. Nowberry Store") INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICAL THERAPY SKIN DISEASES Telephone, Office 8880, Res. 2500 WHY I AM A FORD DEALER Because next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the 16th, 17th and 18th, I will have the opportunity of showing the people in this community the world's largest automobile factory. This talking motion picture shows machinery that is very near human and endless conveyances a mile in length. The wonderful glass factory and gigantic foundry where thousands of Ford engines are cast per day. Don't miss this opportunity, you will find the picture interesting and educational. An actual demonstration of the use of Johansson gauges (the world's standard of measurement) is shown together with a talk by C. E. Johansson himself. These gauges and all patents are owned by the Ford Motor Co; and 1 are'used iu the manufacture of the Ford car. See-the factory that employs 150,000 people and the cutaway exhibit in our showroom. Pictures start at .7:30 p. m.. Come early.--Clarence Schukei. ' fAKTOR'S BAKERYV * Home Baked Goods * Fresh Every Day 831 South Federal * I'honp 2:11 ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Hnve your Cur washed rrp or greased / 0 C Same Quality Work as Ucfore LAPINER MOTOR CO. 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. c-o- HEATO Coal ECONOMY $ BLACK HAWK III. Lump KENTUCKY Nut W.G. Block Co. PHONE 563 Better Shoe Repairing W E HAVE spent $2,350.00 for the very latest new machines --the only ones of their kind in Iowa--so that we can give you the very best Shoe Repair work to be had. These machines are all operated by electric power. AH heating units are heated by electricity under automatic thermostat control so there is no danger of damaging your shoes by overheating the leather, as may happen where steam or gas heat is used. We want you to come in and see these new machines operate and let us prove to you that we can do better work with them. Bring us an old pair, of youf shoes and let us build them into as good and as, beautiful shoes as they were when new. Compare these machines with the old fashioned cobbler's bench, or with other machines you have seen. Compare the accurate, scientific work which we do with these machines with the crude handwork done by the old fashioned cobbler at his bench, or with the indifferent jobs done by other machines. Do that, and we know you will come back to us as long as you Jiave shoes that need repairing. We know also that you will tell your friends about us and they also will come to us until we have the largest shoe repair business in North Iowa. LADIES! Do you have shoes with wooden heels that need repairing? Bring them to us. Our machines will repair and reset those wooden heels like new, and without marring or damaging them. ~-N© Price Change-* Shoe Sho 117 So. Federal Ave. Mason City Phone 478

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