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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 3, 1936
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Mason City's Calendar April 1-4--Girls' hobby show at Y. W. C. A. April t-j--Tenth annual Kiwanis- Y. M. C. A. hobby show for boys at Y. M. C. A. April 4--U. C. T. monthly meeting 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. Edwards in charge. April 9--Annual meeting of the Mason City Production Credit association at P. G. and E. auditorium at 10 a. m. April 9, 10, 11--Mason City auto show sponsored by nine dealers. April 12--Easter Sunday. April 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishing show at hig school gymnasium. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 3 mm 193; THIRTEEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SPRING EVENTS PLANNED Here In Mason City See Boomhower Hardware fa bulk and boxed grass seed. Join the crowds at the KHz Ho tel. Dine and Dance--Music "Jo and LU." The northbound Chicago, Roc Island and Pacific railroad passen ger train was 3 hours and 30 min utes late into Mason City Fridaj morning due to a hot engine truck The train left Mason City at 6:3 o'clock this morning. Father, think cf your child! See page 37, Colliers. Miss Margaret; Harrington daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil Harrington, 115 Adams avenue southwest, a sophomore in the Mason city nigh school, is recovering from a major operation. She plans to return to school next week. Wallpaper Cleaner, .1 for 2ic Shepherd's, 16 First St. S. E. -Phone 1362. Floor wax 32c II). It's guaranteed! Supply limited. Star Wall Paper Paint Co., 34 2nd N. E. Clyde Chambers, Blilo Pelcrse.. and Douglas Richardson of Mason City attended the district meeting of the Investors Syndicate at Des Moines Thursday, where reports were given showing the company assets were increasing at the monthly rate of a million and a half dollars. Degree of Honor Juveniles postponed until later notice. Try our barbequed spare riljs. Guelffs Beer Parlor, 7 Sth St. S. E. Birth certificates have been filed for Anna Martha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sverre Lee, 623 Washington avenue southwest, born March 19; Robert Franklin Booth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Klunder, 312 Sixth place southwest, born March 16, and Maiy Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martinez, 809 Polk avenue southwest, born March 21. BIG FESTIVAL OF BANDS FEATURED FOR CONVENTION Spring Frolic for Member: and Newcomers Set for April 27. Two important spring and summer events under Ciamber of Commerce sponsorship were announced at the monthly meeting or the board of directors of the organization at the Hotel Hanford Friday noon. A spring frolic for members ·And np«comers Monday evening, April ·!, at 7:30 o'clock at the Hotel Hunford. A Js'orlh Iowa band festival on the second day ol the Iowa bandmasters' convention in Mason City in late June. Announcement of the spring frolic was made by W. R. Hamil° ton, chairman of the Chamber of Commerce committee on meetings. The frolic, Mr. Hamilton stated, will be an acquaintance and good fellowship affair similar in purpose to the annual Christmas party, but entirely different in the type of program that will be presented. The evening- program will begin with an informal reception for new members and newcomers in the lob- Methodist Ladies hake sale at Damons Sat. .North Shore Country club dancing party Saturday. April 4. Noble Ross, 10-piece band. For members and guests. Don't miss it! POLITICAL, ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidac for county superintendent of schoo subject to the will of the schoi board representatives at the scho convention May 12. LUCILE USHER by of the hotel. At S o'clock the aggregation will move into the main lining room for a program, the details of which were not divulged. It was intimated that a certain Major Boog will stage one of the finest repertories of amateur talent ever brought together in Mason City. The meeting will be concluded with a mffet luncheon. Frolic Planned. The report of the conventions ommlttee on the plans for the band estival were made by Chairman D. 3. Klempnauer. He pointed out that nnual convention of Iowa band- nasters would convene here in une and that tha full co-operation f the members had been promised or the staging of a gigantic gath- ring of bands on the second day. Plans are to bring in at least a ozen bands from surrounding corn- unities to participate in the pro- ram which will include a colorful arade, band concerts in the busi- ess district throughout the day and mass band concert and other spoc- cular features at the stadium in e evening. Reporting for the streets and ;hways committee. Chairman E. Wagner stated a joint committee the Chamber of Commerce and e Retail Merchants association is Kiwanians Honor Karges Edgar S. Gage, right, chairman of the Kiwanis club hobby show committee, is shown here presenting a gift to Evron M. Karges director of Y. HI. C. A. hoys' work, in appreciation of his work with boys, including- the hobby show which is sponsored jointly by the i. M. C. A. and the Kiwanis club. Th e hobby show was opened to the public Friday afternoon and evening and will be open all day Saturday. (Lock Photo, Kayeilay Engraving) * Appreciation for Work With Boys Is Expressed Three Tell of Help* Obtained Through Hobbies. working in close co-operation with the highway commission and the city officials on the plans for re- paving Federal avenue in order to Holy Week Services Are Announced at St. John's Holy week will be observed at St John's Episcopal church, with th following listed services: Daily, ex cept Friday and Saturday, Holj communion at 7:30 o'clock an. jioon-day prayers from 12:05 tt 12:20 o'clock. On Good Friday the three hours devotion will be made from noon to 3 o'clock, and chi! dren's devotions from 4 to 5 o'clock Communicants desiring to niake special preparation for the Kastei Communion will be able to confei with the officiating clergyman al any time Saturday between 3 and 8 p .m. Appointment mav be made for the administration of'Holy Baptism the same afternoon. Boiled down, Hitler's offer means: "Having proved that Germany's promise is worthless, we are now ready to promise more."--Fountain Inn Tribune. Our + + + HOME TOWN By D. W. M. WHAT A PLEASANT day iws been CAUSE the DEMOCRATS ar . ALL IN DES MOINES at their I CONVENTION you can safely [ let the children ROAM the j streets hang your coat up tin the RESTAURANT without j HAVING -TO WATCH IT life is a BED OF ROSES for one day SAT LEAST wouldn't it be nice f someone would INVENT some and of a REVERSE RADIO so i ellow could BOO some of the 'OLITICAL SPEECHES we get on THE RADIO won't it be nice ·vhen you get that CROSLEY IN your home you'll have ALL v ,hat EXTRA SHELF SPACE for .tESS MONEY if you live in | he country where you DON'T HAVE ELECTRICITY you'll want jto SEE THE ELECTROLUX that psns oil MAKES NO NOISE NEVER WEARS OUT anyway ·*? THANK YOU. j Don Mcrcfik. | Mason City Hardware. reduce disturbance to business to the minimum. Disturbance Necessary. Raymond Zack, district engineer of the highway commission," met with the streets and highway committee last week, Mr. Wagner stated, and pointed out that there is bound to be some disturbance to business when_the paving operations get under way for the reason that it is impossible to pave a street and use it at the same time. The highway engineers will endeavor to hold the disturbance to the minimum, Mr. Zack informed the committee, Willis G. C. Eagley, president of the Chamber of Commerce, announced this is the twentieth anniversary of the founding and the incorporation of the Chamber of Commerce, which began operating in the late winter and earlv springr of 1916. A brief ceremony honoring Evron M. Karges, boys' 'work director o£ the Y. M. C. A., in appreciation for liis work with boys of Mason City \vas conducted Thursday night at a banquet of the Kiwanis club on the eve of the formal opening of the tenth annual hobby show. Mr. Karges has been boys' work director continuously at the Y. M. C. A. for 10 years In presenting a brief case as a gift to Mr. Karges, Edgar S. Gage mentioned the high regard that the boys' work director is held by boys in Mason City. He emphasized that Mr. Karges is not only a leader for the boys in their many activities but is also their companion. As an example of the fine understanding which exists between Mr. Karges and the boys, he referred to the greeting, "Hi, Beef," often given Mr. Karges by the boys. Appreciation Is Expressed. For 10 years the Kiwanig club has joined with the Y. M. C. A. in sponsoring the hobby show. Mr. Gage said that although Kiwanians had worked bard on this sbow, which has shown many benefits, there was one individual who had done most of the work, who had "been the moving spirit" This was Mr. Karges. Mr. Karges replied briefly that lie greatly enjoyed the work "with, the boys and appreciated the co-operation that had ben given to him. He is also a member of the Kiwanis club. Of special interest on the program were talks by three boys who had previously won high honors in the hobby show. Jim Pauley, who is now attending junior college, talked on stamp collecting, exhibiting several stamps, including a Mason City cover of 1S56. Hobbies Lead to Jobs. Paul Foote was interested in photography in the hobby show and this hobby led to his present job with the Russell studio. Kenneth Wagner told of exhibiting his drawings at an early hobby show and receiving encouragement. Later he drew pictures for the theaters and is now artist with the Central Show Print company. "I have a small VASEY BURIAL AT TARKIQ SATURDAY Representatives of Mason City School Faculty to Attend Funeral. James Rae, principal of the high chool. Miss Elizabeth Graves and R. E. Nyquist of the high school eaching staff and Miss Marie Ko- Der, principal of the McKinley chool, will leave-Saturday morning or Tarkio, Mo., to attend the fu- eral for Frank T. Vasey, former uperintendent of the Mason City chools, to be held there at 2:30 'clock Saturday afternoon. Tliey re going a s representatives of the acuity of the Mason City schools. Word was received here that a hort service was held Friday morn- tg at Springfield, III.. %rherc Mr. asey died Wednesday afternoon, after which Hamilton Vasey. son of the superintendent, left with the body for Tarkio, which is a former home of the Va.=cy family. j . Mr. Vasey. who had been head of ] Held OH CtWEe Ol Driving the Springfield schools for the past \v;i_ '1 T · ,. 1 , : i while Intoxicated son," Mr. Wagner added, "and I hope by the time he grows up, the hobby show will still be in operation." Roger Patton. chairman of the Kiwanis boys' work committee, presided at the meeting. Lewis A. Page, who was introduced by Erdix Swift, gave a talk on coin collecting. Dr. C. E. Chenoweth gave a history of the hobby show. Award Prizes Saturday. Prizes will be awarded at a program at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening. A talk, "What's in Your Boy's Pocket?" will be given by the Rev. C. E. Flynn of the First Methodist church. A gym demonstration directed by Artemas Brown will include swinging of lighted Indian clubs, tumbling, games and other exhibitions. Awards will be presented by F. M. Humphrey, president of the Kiwanis club. Movies will be shown. The public has been invited. AMESfAlBOUND TO GRAND JURY SIEG-MASON CITY CLINIC ATTRACTS 250 GARAGE MEN Forty Manufacturers Have Exhibits in Three Day Show. Sieg-Mason City company's first annual manufacturers' clinic for the exhibiting and demonstrating of automobile parts and accessories distributed by this company was scheduled to close Friday night after a :hree day showing at the company's two story building, 109-111 First street southeast. Exhibits and representatives from 40 manufacturers were listed in the first clinic held here. About 250 dealers, automobile salesmen, garage men and mechanics attended the showing Thursday evening and representatives from- the territory as far east as Decorah, west to Emmetsburg, south to Iowa Falls and north to the Minnesota line were expected Friday, according to C. E. Leffler, manager. Classes Attend Show. Frank Hunter of the Glooe Union manufacturers of storage batteries was scheduled to speak to the class in salesmanship in the local schools and classes from the manual training department were visiting the show, which not only included displays of products but also offers demonstrations in the use of these products. Demonstrations of paint sprayin 0 ", electric arc welding, electric instal- uarroll Sw . lation, the solder blow gun (used in enterorise filling dents and holes in fenders). enter P nsa cylinder reboring, the hydralic body straightening machine, and the use of general equipment carried in stock by the Sieg-Mason City company. Covers Two Floors. Storage batteries, car radios, replacement parts and tires and oil displays are pronounced in the show. There is also an air compressor of late design and a new type electric auto-lift, which is attracting the most attention of anything in the show. The exhibits and demonstrations cover the two floors of the large store building. Representatives from the various manufacturers are in the city for the clinic and 40 attendance prizes were distributed, ranging from a set of small wrenches to an electric drill. Representatives who were at the show Thursday noon were taken to the Cavern for lunch by the management. 4 DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS TO BE AT CAGE DINNER High School, Junior College State Finalists to Be Honored Monday. Four distinguished visitors will speak at the banquet honoring local high school and junior college basketball teams, both finalists in state tournaments, to be held at 3:30 o'clock Monday evening in the Wedgcroom of Hotel Hanford. Arrangements for the banquet were :ompleted Friday and indicated the :vent will be one of exceptional in:crest. Louis Menze, head basketball ;oach at Iowa State college, Ames, will give a talk. Remarks will also be given Ray Donels, coach of the Ames high school team, winner oi he state tournament, and Bob Menze, stellar player with the Ames team, captain of the team and son of Coach Menze. The fourth celebrity to attend will )e Andy Woolfrics, announcer for Station WOI, Iowa State college, 4mes. Mr. Woolfries, who spoke at a cage banquet here last year, will e master of ceremonies. Sports Fans Invited. In addition to the high school and unior college teams, their coaches nd other school celebrities will be quests. Introductions will be made f the players. Those in charge of the banquet ave extended warm invitations to ports fans throughout North Iowa 3 attend the banquet, as well as hose residing in Mason City. Res- rvations should be made with the Chamber of Commerce office by oon Monday so that preparations an be made for the banquet. The high school team, 1935 cham- ion's, won the sectional and district meets and went into the finals in ie state tournament at DCS Moines, ailing to Ames in the last game, he junior college battled its way ·) the state finals at Mason City, iffering defeat at the hands of Ibia. For both teams to attain such igh rank the same year has been onsidered phenomenal in state ath- tic circles. Shows Good Fellowship. "We ar e particularly well pleased 1th the program that has been ned up," commented Fred Wagner, resident of the local Junior Chamer. "It represents a fin e feeling of )ortsmanship and fellowship for ie coach, the captain and the father the captain of the winning high hool team to be our guests. To ave Mr. Woolfries, whose home is so that of the champions and who as heard by many in his radio oadcasts of the game, as master ceremonies also gives us considerable pleasure and provides a fitting program to honor the fine record of our basketball teams." The program has been arranged by Dr. G. E. Harrison, chairman of the Junior Chamber program committee, assisted by Bob Stoyles. Plans have been made 'by the Junor Chamber to take over the Surf ballroom for Tuesday night April 14, for a dance for members, and their friends. Jack Bobier and Carroll Swift are in charge of this James Dolliver to Give Memorial Day Address Program Given at Lime Creek Bureau The program at the meeting of he Lime Creek- Farm bureau included a talk by Joe Cahill on the rural young people's forum and the ·elation of his experiences with hybrid com by Walter Matzen. Mr. nd Mrs. P. C. Blaise spoke on their xperiences while living in South L merica. j Both sides may be right, for there s is evidence tha.t some people descended from the monkey and some Baptist Church at Waterloo Votes to Leave Convention WATERLOO, UP)--Walnut Street Baptist church of Waterloo has voted to withdraw from the Northern Baptist convention and the Iow a State Baptist convention, by a ballot of 148 to 20. The Rev. P. B. Chenault is pastor of the church. were made Gazette. of dirt.--Cedar Kapids JayE.Houlahan,M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office 773 Phones Res. 3131 426-28 FORESTERS' BLDG. BE READY FOR EASTER Too tight shoes made Longer or Wider. Shoe repairing--quality materials used. Shoes re- colored. Hats Cleaned, Re- blocked like new. Stop in! CENTRAL SHOE SHOP ' i IT sorrn FKDKKAI. riio.NK its six years, died following an opera-" tion for appendicitis. Presents Given Family Whose Home Was Burned CHAPIN---A shower was given for Mrs. James Law in the Methodist church basement Wednesday ifternoon which was sponsored by :he Missionary Sunday school class of which she is a member. Other 'riends were invited. The Law fam- ly lost all household goods in a fire vhich completely destroyed the 'Ome last week. She received many isofnl gifts. The Law family rented he old postoffice building and will ivc there u n t i l thc-y can build or a home. After Crash. W. J. Brown, Ames, was bound to the grand jury by Police Judge Morris Laird Friday on a charge of driving while intoxicated. His bond was set at $500. Brown was arrested by police following a collision at Second street and South Federal avenue Wednesday evening when the car Brown was driving, collided with a car driven by R. O. Storvick, 1027 Second street southwest. Dick Brill. Nora Springs, for- feilcd a ?30 bond posted when arrest PC! mi a charge of inloxicalion !)t ."HO o'clock F'n'dny morning on Soulh Fedeial avenue you are going to Des Moines to see the Doll House . . . or going to take a trip over Easter . . . go by Bus for comfort, pleasure and economy. , j Jefferson Transportation j COMPANY i BUS Drpnt nt IK l-' yircet i Soul Invest, Mason City j Announcement Made at Legion Post Meeting. James I. Dolliver, Fort Dodge, department vice commander of the American Legion, will be the speaker at the Memorial day observance in Mason City, it was announced Thursday evening at the April meeting of Clausen-Worden Legion post held at the Forty and Eight rooms. The announcement was made by C. W. Barlow, one of the Legion's representatives in the Memorial association, who acted on the speaker's committee of the latter organization. Indorsed Resolution. On the motion of L. L. Raymond the post indorsed a resolution passed recently by the Manly post, asking railroads for 100 per cent Legion operated special trains to the national convention at Cleveland. Commander Garrett Chapman read a letter from R. J. "Skin" Laird, department adjutant, quot-- ing part of the bonus bond law to the effect -that the bonus bonds are not assignable, transferable or attachable. Announcement was made of a joint party to be held with Ihe Auxiliary on Friday, April 17. 'Plan 'Baseball. Plans are underway for Ihe junior baseball project, which again will be under the supervision of Al Mitchell, Globe-Gazette sports editor. Entertainment at the meeting consisted of movie souvenirs from 1904 to the present by Kenneth Wagner, who was introduced by G. E. Allbee, chairman of the committee. Lunch was served following the program. JAMES I. DOLLIVER National K.C. Officer Will Meet Directors of Mason City Council Joseph J. Tushaus of New Haven Conn., one of the national officers of the Knights of Columbus will lie In Mason City Sunday lo confer with officers of the local council. He will meet with the local offi- j cers and directors at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the directors' room of the First National bank. The meeting here is for the purpose of launching the new five poin- membership program, which is of national scope. Matters pertaining to the advancement of the local council will also be discussed, according to Kenneth F. Neu. deputy grand knight. Hitler is willing- to promise peace for twenty-five years, but suppose he decides to have a blood purge.-- Davenpnrt Times. MRS, M, ENGLISH SUCCUMBS HERE Funeral Services for Mother of Mrs. M. C. Coughlon to Be Monday. Mrs. M. H. English, 76, mother of Mrs. M. C. Coughlon, 63 Linden drive, died at her daughter's home Friday morning at 11 o'clock following an illness of about six months. Mrs. English had made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Coughlon for t h e past two yearn. Mrs. English u n s born in Pona- hontas county. Oct. 1(1, ISM. she was married 'lo Al. H. English May 7. 1.SS3. in Webster county. Air. English preceded her in death 41. ycnrs ago. Surviving Airs. English are four children. Mrs. Coughlon. Mason City. John KiiSiish, Claire. Mrs. James Powers and M. E. English. For!. Dodge, 1! grandchildren and three sisters. Two children preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held Monday morning at the Corpus Ohristi church at Fort Podge. Burial will be at Fort Dodge. Mothers ! In treating children's colds, don't t a k e \/|/*|/O chances, .use M«I\*V%%) VAPORUB PROVED:BY a GENERATIONS FREE WALLPAPER (For a Limited Time) You buy the side wall and border! We'll give you the ceiling FREE! Hundreds of new papers. 4c per roll and up. STAR WALLPAPER and PAINT CO. "WE SELL FOR LESS" 34 Second St. N. E. 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