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March 14, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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Mason Gity News on This Page SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1931 North Iowa's Home Newspaper 'Mason City's . March 18, 19, 20 and 21--Mason City's annual spring opening, March 19, 20 and 31--North .Central division of Iowa State Teach- er's' association to hold convention here. March 21--Annual Iowa State Day 'banquet at 6:30 o'clock at Y. M. C. A. March 80--Election of city .councilmen. . ' TEACHERS CONVENTION NEXT WEEK 'it yeomen apple dance, Wed. night, March 18. Coe's orchestra. ' Tree and Flower talks, WCCO, 8:30 a. m. K. H. Cook, commercial photos. Phone 3783W. · Dance Sat., night, Eagles hall. Dr. Pettiford's orchestra playing. Kansas City 58.75 by bus. Jefferson Bus- Depot. Ph. 174. C. E. Oilman, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A., was confined to his bed Saturday because of, a relapse of influenza. Mrs. Gilman is also in. bed. Their daughter, Margaret Katherine, is able to be up. Ladies' Aid .supper at Holy Family schoot Tues., March 17. Adults 50c, children 25c. St. Patrick's day dance Armory, Tues;,' March 17. Sponsored by Journeymen Barbers. ·Mrs." Jess Harrington, manager.of the Harrington- Beauty Shop 212% N. Federal avenue, has at re- ceivcd word that she was awarded second prize at the Iowa Sta.te Association of Cosmetologists and Operators convention-, held in the Fort Des Moines' hotel in Des Moines - March 9 and 10, for purchasing new be'auty'sbpp equipment Koast ciiicken and dressing,. fried chicken or broiled T-bona steak for dinner 'Sunday at Home Tea Room. We renovate, feathe'rs, with steam. process, making them strictly sani- 1 tary.; Phone. 1499J.H. C. Riefe. Will build a garage 10x18; material and.labor, for $140. Will glad- ly'give' estimates* on new or ret , · model-j work. Fred'-Pinneke. ; Ehpne SPRING OPENING OF RETAILERS IS ALSO SCHEDULED Nationally Known Speakers on. Program of North Central Division. Mason City is making preparations to be host to several thousand visitors-the last'half of next week when two events--the convention of the North Central division, of Iowa State Teachers' association And the annual spring opening of the merchants will take place. A crowd of 2,000 is expected to attend the convention and throngs will he here to make -Mason City their shopping mecca at the spring opening. The teachers' convention, at which nationally prominent educators will speak, will start Thursday and be concluded Saturday. The spring opening will begin Wednesday, and continue until March 21. One of the figures of national renown who will he here in connection with the teachers' convention' is Harry Olson, judge of the Chicago municipal court. Mr. Olson, who was admitted .to the Illinois bar in 1891, was assistant state's attorney for Cook county ror eight years, under C. S. Deneen six years and two years under John J. Healy. He has been chief justice of the municipal court since 1906, where he has had an opportunity to view every, type of life at its most tvital periods.- . ' Member of Many Groups Judge Olson is a member of the Illinois and Chicago Bar associations, 'the, Chicago Law club, the American. Institute of .Criminal Law and Criminology, the American Judicature society, a director of the American Eugenics society and an advisory commissioner'on criminal procedure of the American Institute of Law and a life member of the 'American Institute of Law. V Five Steam Railroads Start Suit Against Interurban NEW CREDIT MANAGER r, 1 different' from ~ ethers, more like nature's "own. 103 , 8th S. W. Ph. 1083J. - · '·· Dick Quayle, formerly of Lapiner Motor Co^, solicits- your business £ ,iIHv=;iWillIam: S.*- Gray.bUniversity ttf^Ic^T^lWeak^Bn ''Reading and co-operation to auto repair, shop establish an Commercial avenue between _the Economy. Welder and. Baker Gas and Tire shop. Birth certificates have been filed in the office of the clerk for Margaret Irene, daughter of Mr. .'and Mrs. Chester John Delle, 1627 North Jefferson avenue; a boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armenido Castanatta, 26 Lehigh row, born Feb. 21, and Ken- neatb, Fredrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider, Ventura, born Feb. 14. , Of Investments only Cities Service offers properly balanced diversification in Natural Gas, Public Utility and Petroleum Industries. Ask C. F. Kriz, 625 M. B. A. Bid. Phone -1181. Office open evenings. Special cleaning prices--Plain coats 65c, plain dresses 50c, topcoats* 5Oc, men's v suits 75c--called for and delivered. For quick service, call our plant, phone 718, Hanford Cleaners, Inc. Mae Helium, 318 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, is recovering from an attack of influenza and pneumonia. CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this means to express our thanks to the many friends who assisted us-and for the beautiful flowers sent in memory of our beloved mother and grandmother. Mrs. Mae Johnson and Children. Mrs. G. H. Campbell and Children. Arthur C. Davidsavcr has joined the Mier Wolf and Sons stores as credit manager of the entire - organisation. He will spend some of his time at the Wolf's stores in other t3\vns but will be in Mason City most of his time. Mr. Davidsaver was formerly manager of the Jordans store here ami later, at Waterloo, manager of the largest store In the state. Finally he was district supervisor of Jordans. He spent eight years with the organization. Mrs. Davldsaver and the two Davidsaver children, Billy and Jean, will join Mr. Davldsaver soon. ·*' f! * 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 wortl) $20,000, carries first mortgage of $10,000. Owner wants a. good Iowa farm. For Further Particulars Call ECK ROS Phone 134 Kresge Bid/;. Daly Epigrams! The diamond [a tlio hardcst- Imown substance--to got. WJ-DlLYCc HJtATINO InVAinerlcwi life and Related Educational Problems." He began, his career as a rural school .teacher In 1904, later became principal of elementary schools at Fowler, HI., and was principal of a training school of Illinois State Normal .university. Then he was named on the staff of the University of Chicago and '-became : professor of education and dean. · The many activities in Gray has participated are indicated by his memberships In the N. E. A., A. A. A. S., American Association of University Professors, the National Society of College Teachers of Education, the National Association for Study of Education and the American Association for Educational Research. Others Are Prominent Mrs. Hattie Moore Mitchell, Pittsburgh, Kans., a noted educator will speak on "The Greatest ol These." C. R. Reed, superintendent of Minneapolis schools, will speak on "Following Up Education" and Miss Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of public education, well known in Mason City, will give a talk. · Musical features at the general program will Include a cantata, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," by a three part chorus from grades 5, 6, 7 and 8; music by the Chickasaw county rural teachers' chorus, of 75 voices under the direction of Supt. A. CO Vaala, an operetta, "The Fortune Teller," presented by the high school an'd junior college glee clubs with Ellen Smith, chorus director, and Marjorle Smith, orchestra;- music by the Mason City' grade school orchestra directed by W. A. Storer. Grimm Will Lead Community singing at the teacri- ers' sessions will be directed by Walter Grimm, head of the department of music of the Winona State Teachers' college at Winona, Minn. He is a "talented vocal and instrumental instructor. He directed district Rotary community singing. He plans to bring his cello to Mason City and may play this. Another feature of the convention will be a mass band of 156 pieces. the members chosen from 47 schools in North Iowa. Karl King and Don't-- be short! We will advance whatever you need and you can return it in easy payments at your convenience. UNITED SERVICE Gerald R. Prescott will direct thi organization. The Iowa congress of Parents an Teachers will be held March 20 Conferences on various subjects, le by authorities; ·will^be held durin[ the cbhyenti on" sessions.' In th is wa the teachers will derive specialize training and learn the -latest meth ods hi their particular field. MC. RITES ARE HELD FOR WAR VETERAN Rev. Spence in Charge o Servite; Miss Stevens Sings Hymns. Funeral services for W. P. Hen derson, 10 Eleventh street north west, Civil war · veteran who die Thursday morning, were held at th Randall Funeral home Saturda afternoon with the Rev. William H Spence, pastor of the First Meth odist church, in charge. Pallbearers were Arthur Mayn Maynard Wolter, D. E. Avise an Howard Elder. Hymns were sung b Miss Ruth Stevens. Henry Coe, Albion, Ind., a nephew attended the funeral. v Mr. Henderson, who \vas 87 year old, had been in comparative goo health until the past month whic he spent at a local hospital. Fo several years he was bailiff of th district court of this county. SEEK TO ENJOIN ELECTRIC LINES FROM TILE UNITS .egal Fight to Take Place in Federal Court at Wilmington. The Mason City and Clear Lake ailroad, having won the first round n its legal controversy with the ive steam railroads operating into ,Iason City in dismissal of an action n the federal court at Sioux City ast week, has now been made de- endant in Injunction proceedings started in the United States district court at Wilmington, Del., accord- rig to an Associated Press dispatch. The injunction proceedings were started by W. H. Bremer, receiver 'or, the M. and St. L. railroad, who esides his own railroad is representing the four, other roads which are also plaintiffs in the action. The other railroads are the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad company, Chicago Great Western Railroad company, Chicago,. Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad company and the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad company. The five railroads seek to restrain the Mason City and Clear Lake railroad from running lines into the plants of the Mason City Brick and Tile company and from crossing the plaintiff's lines. A hearing has been set for March 23. Smith and Feeney, Mason City law firm, will represent the interurban railroad at the hearing. The dismissal of the case in the federal court at Sioux City was made for the reason that the railroads had brot their suit against the old Mason City and Clear Lake railway, ; an Iowa corporation no longer functioning, .instead of the Mason City aiid Clear Lake Railroad company, the present corporation. - Minneapolis, receiver for the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad, company. · " The court fixed Match 23 for a hearing on the application for a permanent .injunction. The Mason City and Clear. Lake company is a Delaware corporation, operating lines from Clear Lake to Mason City, Iowa, and also in and about the cities of Mason City and Clear Lake. The bill asks that the plaintiff companies be given protection under the interstate commerce act from invasion by the defendant or any other railroad until the defendant has received its interstate commerce commission certificate. The bill further states that within the last six months the defendant company has built lines into rich brick and tile fields and is now ready to operate the lines, which would be a detriment financially to the plaintiff companies ' · f TEMPORARY WRIT WILMINGTON, Del., March 14. 7P--Judge John P. Nields in federal court today issued a' restraining order against the Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad company, restraining it from laying additional lines in the Clear Lake and Mason City, Iowa, territory and from tear- Ing up lines or in any other way interfering with the operation of competitor railroads in the territory. The order was issued following the filing of an injunction suit against the railroad company by the Chicago and North Western railway, the Chicago Great Western railroad, the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad, the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railway and W. H. Brp.mner of FOR RECREATION Committee Is Appointed to Study Summer Needs; 35 Present. Summer recreation and playgrounds were discussed by a group of 35 representatives of the Parent- Teachers association and' other organizations which met at the Y. W. C. A. Friday evening. Maurice Willows, Chicago, field representative of the national recreation association, talked to the group. A committee consisting; of the Rev. William Galbreth, chairman, Superintendent R. B. Irons and Mrs. W. C. Schroeder was appointed. The committee is to formulate another committee of representative persons to study recreational needs arid to provide some plan for filling the needs. The group';.IB .to. work as an organization to co-ordinate the work of the various organizations'which take part in providing playgrounds. , v Organizations included in the meeting' were the Red Cross, the schools, women's clubs, Y's Men Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. groups the Ministerial association and other groups. Mrs. H. C. nines*" acted as temporary chairman at the meeting 1 . Globe-Gazette Is Given Distinguished Rating in Contest The Mason City Globe-Gazette was awarded distinguished rating for all-around excellence in the national community newspaper contest for the year 1930, according to word received Saturday from the director of the contest, R. R. Barlow. The contest is conducted by the school of Journalism at the University of Illinois. REEK CHURCH IS DAMAGED BY FIRE; PAINTING HARMED Firemen String Two Lines of Hose; Flames Break From Windows.' Fire in the Greek Orthodox church 1403 Washington avenue northwest, Friday night did between 58,000 and §10,000 damage, church officials estimated Saturday morning. Painting and silver of the church were seriously damaged. When firemen arrived at the church at 11:50 o'clock flames wert already breaking, from the windows. Two lines of hosa were attached to the hydrant at Fourteenth street and Washington avenue. The fire was' principally in the east end of the building 1 nnd \vaa jeginning to break into tha attic The greatest damage was done to ;he northeast corner of the building. The church is a one and a half story building on the northeast corner of the street intersection. The cause of the fire has not been determined. Services were held in the church Friday evening and firemen said the blaze might have been started by unextlnguished incense. How Can We Better Invest?" After the address the committee sisters, Bate Douglas, Cordie Easter and Gerievleve Ashford served luncheon. The tables were arranged around in the room, the decorations, nut cups and place cards forming the scheme of five colors. The worthy matron presented the grand worthy matron a gift. Other personal gifts were also offered. After words of appreciation and comments on the address, the worthy grand matron responded. State Official of 0. E. S. Speaks to Mason City Group Mrs. Maud M. Brewton, worthy grand matron of the Iowa O. E. S., met Adah chapter, O. E. S., of Mason City Friday. After the regular routine of business the worthy matron, Mrs. Mary Spencer, presented thfe worthy grand matron and she .'delivered her-address on ·'The New Day of the Order of the Eastern Star. What Have We Invested? FITZPATRICK IS RULER OF ELKS Annual Election of Lodge Held; Grow Delegate to Grand Lodge. D. H. Fitzpatrlck was elected exalted ruler of the B. P. O. Elks lodge No. 375 at the annual meeting of the organization in the lodge rooms Friday evening. The other officers of the lodge, as elected, are: C. L. Loomer, esteemed leading knight; C. O. Johnson, esteemed loyal knight; Edward Babcock, esteemed lecturing knight; R. A. Washburn, secretary; Carl Parker, treasurer; Lloyd Tait, tyier; Milton Wimmer, trustee; Sam Grow, delegate to the grand lodge at Seattle, and Willis G. C. Bagley, alternate delegate. HI. C. Coughlon, justice of the peace, went to Hampton Saturday afternoon on business. "I have 12 tnontns to live." "Didn't that doctor give you just a month?" "Yes, but I went to 12 doctors."-Northwestern T*urplc 1'arrot. McCell Printed Pattern No. 6502 Mighty Grown-UP Tailored lines and one of our novelty [erseys combine to make the frock that Cynthia is wearing an extremely smart one. Since Springtime always means a new dress, this wise twelve year old has chosen one of our new fabrics and a McCall Pattern. DAMON'S, Inc INTERESTING LETTER By Mason City Executive ANNOUNCEMENT To the Voters of Mason City, Iowa: I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Councilman of the City of Mason City, for a three year term beginning the 1st Monday in April, 1932. I will appreciate your support. C. E. COOPER. IN MEMORIAM Tender Shepherd,- Thou hast stilled Now Thy little Lamb's brief weeping. Ah, how peaceful, pale and mild, In its narrow bed 'tis sleeping! And no sigh of anguish sore Heaves that little bosom more. In loving memory of June Marie Hetland who died one year ago today, March 14, 1930. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Hetland and family. ANNOUNCEMENT To the Voters of Mason City, Iowa: I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of councilman of the city of Mason City, for a three year term :heginning first Monday in April, 1932. Your support will be appreciated. MLER WOLF. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our neighbors and friends, the Boy Scouts and the schools of the city, particularly the high school, for the sympathy extended and the floral tributes received at the time of the death of our beloved "son, John. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Rarick and Family. An extraordinary session of congress is one that doesn't do tb£ country very much harm.--Arizona Producer. * Why I Am a Ford Dealer Mon.. Tues., Wed. March IB. 17 and ,18 at 7:30 P.M. Sound motion {SicUires bringing the world's largest automobile factory to your doorstep. See the machinery that is very near human. The gigantic steel mill and glass factory that produces 13 million square feet of glass annually. The large blast furnaces and many other interesting features. This free show will only be here r. days and you will regret it if you don't see it. Seats have been provided upstairs in our fireproof building. We also invite you to inspect the permanent cutaway exhibit In our showroom, featuring a Ford car suspended by the tips of 4 fenders, the cutaway motor encased in glass, showing the oiling, the rear and front axles cutaway to show construction, a gas tank, transmission and steering gear with sections cut out to show construction. Examine the bearings and our statically and dynamically balanced crankshaft. The sound picture enables you to see even 'more than If you took a trip through the Ford factory because it shows only important parts. This picture is very interesting and educational. Every man, woman and child In this community should see this. 500 acres under roof, over 150,000 employes. You will see why Henry Ford can build such a quality car for such a low price. Clarence Schukei A prominent Mason City executive gives a young man Good Advice in the following- letter: ' Mr. R. W. Fiachbeck, Mason City, Iowa. Dear Fischbeck: A young friend of mine in Mankato' is considering some Life Insurance and has written me f o r a d v i c e . I thought you might be interested in my reply to him, copy of which is attached. Correct me if I him in any way FRASER SCHOOL OF MUSIC Teachers of Voice, Piano;- Accordion, Band and Orchestral Instruments. PHONK 2145 or 798 ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Car washed 7C/» or greased · OC Same Quality Work as Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is the regular SI.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. W. USE THE G-G WANT ADS. have advised wrong. Yours truly; HERE IS EXECUTIVE'S LETTEI1 "Dear Bill: "Your letter of March 5th was most welcome as I was very glad lo hear from you again. I am glad to note you are doing well and that you and ytmr family are all well. "You ask me about Life Insurance. Bill, you will do well to con- ider taking some. Life Insurance .^day is regarded as an investment '.s well as protection, it not only votects your family in case they se you but it will also protect you i your old age. "As to the best Company, there ·.re many. My own Is practically all a the New England Life for the ollowing reasons: First, I consider lassachusetts laws the best in the vorld. Secondly, The New England .ife in my estimation is the best Massachusetts company. Thirdly, i he New England agent here is the .lose reliable agent I know. This Is i big factor for you to consider for iie-can be of much valuable assistance to you. I think so much of his service that I leave my policies in his possession, knowing that in case anything happens to me that he would honestly, thoughtfully and quickly give my family service in a time of great need. So before you buy, Bill, pick one a good Company, preferably a Massachusetts company, and a good agent. Plan a regular program, buy as much as you can even if It pinches and then as you prosper keep adding to your program, until you have enough to properly take care of your family and your own old age. "I hope to be in Mankato soon and will get together with you. I hope I have answered ypur questions and if I can bo of further help, write me again. With best regards. "Sincerely yours, D-A-N-C-E TUESDAY, MARCH 17 ARMORY, MASON CITY Music By "Iowa Blues" ADMISSION, $1--EXTRA LADIES, 25c. SPONSORED BY JOURNEYMAN BARBERS The Eating Place o£ Particular People ... Men and women of affairs have come to prefer the Princess, for Sunday dinner, as they can get the same quality of food there for less money. Special 5Oc Sunday Dinner CHINESE DISHES PREPARED BY A CHINESE CHEF P H I H C E S S C A F E 112 NOJITH FEDERAL Tho letters and names of parties who wrote them may be seen by applying to Ralph Fischbeck. ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS OFFERED AS PRIZES TO Business Girls and Student Typists In less than 5 minutes you cim try for these prizes March 12-31. For further Information phone or visit Loring - Farmer Co. 107 East Stuln I'lionc 813 M. B. A. Bldg.

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