Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 14, 1939 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1939
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,t LIBRARY BEGINS SELF EDUCATION Success in Daily Living is First of New Program In connection with the thought stimulated in Mason City by the recent Institute of International Understanding l e c t u r e s and forums, the Mason City library has prepared a series ot books on various phases of self education. The books are not for the expert but rather for the person who wishes easy and readable approaches to many fields of knowledge. The first series will deal with success in daily living. "How to understand ourselves and others" is the general topic of the five volumes listed as follows: Gives Advice "Understanding Human Nature" and "What Life Should Mean to You" by Alfred Adler. The author is a famous Viennese psychologist and the books give sane advice on many of life's problems. "Emotional Hygiene" by Camilla Anderson. The book deals with complex natures, physical causes FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--An}' Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Nest J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2273 for actions and childish patterns carried into adult life. Presents Charts "Building Your Life," by Margaret Bennett. The author is director of Pasadena junior college and she presents charts for checking traits and interests and practical advice on how to discover your real personality and ability. "Hows and Whys of Human Be- haviour" by G. J. Dorsey. The author tells why some persons are gamblers, why we like or dislike persons, how we learn and why we sleep so much. QUIET REIGNS IN MORSE STRIKE Workers Withdrawn From Plant; Federal Conciliator Called in Withdrawal by E. G. Morse ot all workers in his strikebound produce plant here signaled the withdrawal of the two police officers who had been stationed there since Sunday as well as the withdrawal of all but half a dozen pickets Tuesday. Wayne Elliott, business agent for the PWOC to which the striking workers are attached, announced that he had been informed by the U. S. department of labor at Washington, D. C., that a federal conciliator would be sent here to mediate. Twenty-two workers went out on strike at the plant Saturday after breakdown of month old negotiations for a five cents an hour increase in wages and other contract provisions. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 16 ARE ENTERTAINED LEDYARD--Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer entertained 16 at an aid tea Friday evening at their home. The evening was spent in cards and Chinese checkers, after which a lunch was served by the hostesses. Extraordinary Offer! Smart Individual i Spring High-Type Dressy and Sports Styles Bright Colors, Tweeds, Plaids, Navies! Tomorrow Extremely clever and different in silhouette, color and pattern] Exquisite new Grapetone, Teal and Mist Blue in durable Reflectone fleeces--sporty tweeds and plaids- dressy blacks and navies! Smart casual silhouettes straight from the shoulder! Slim young reefers--hits of the season! Graceful swing coats--now in the limelight' All remarkable values! · ' Jacket Dress COSTUMES The snug woo! jackets are stunning in bright stripes, plaids and solid colors! They're ideal to wear separately! The wool crepe or rayon dresses are the final word for Spring! Simply irresistible ! 12 95 Distinctive 3-Pc. SUITS 24 Individual 3-piece Shetland suits that are tailored to perfection! The marvelous tweed or shag-top coat the clever fitted jacket . . . the flared skirt--can each be worn with other costumes! Fascinating New DRESSES Prints are gay and flattering! High shades are exquisite--and blend.or contrast! Navies f, MM Ar and blacks ere prominent! Distinctive A * / H5 dresses with copes or boleros! Smart jacket / and redmgote styles! Exquisite laces' Excit- 1 ing buys! - · 95 Final Sale COATS! Tremendously Reduced! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL SPRING IS HERE AHEAD OF TIME Floods, Flowers and Birds Prove Long Mild Winter Has Ended Although it's a week early, spring is here-^with its birds and flowers and floods. Monday evening water rose to such a height in Willow creek that the B. C. Way gardens, 321 Second street southeast, ' were under water. _ Firemen were also called at 6:37 oclpck Monday evening to Van Buren avenue northwest, where high water entered the basements of the H. A. Pickard home, at 515 and the William Blake home at SJ.5 Van Buren avenue northwest. Refrigerator Raised _ A refrigerator was raised at the Pickard home and the gas furnace W u S ? ut i?" at the Blake home The fire boat was taken out but was not used. Robins are not always accurate harbingers of spring, but surely bluebirds ought to be, believes Mrs. W. L. Nichols, 128 Taylor avenue southwest. She and her son, Kent, saw five bluebirds in their front yard Tuesday. Seven at Once And Mrs. Frank Benson, 252 Crescent, drive,-saw seven robins in her yard Tuesday morning But Mrs. H. H. Skaare, 1007 Madison avenue northwest, has the real signal for spring to go ahead. She has a crocus blooming on the south side p£ her home and the tulips are coming up. There is no need to say more now until someone hears of Walt Bramhall going fishing. MRSTWWYER, I OS AGE. IS DEAD Funeral Services i ' Planned Wednesday for Denmark Native' OSAGE--Mrs. Gale Sawyer, 50 died suddenly at 9:30 Monday evening of heart disease at her home. She was born Dec. 19, 1888 in Esbjorg, Denmark, and came to Spencer in 1901. She was married Oct. 14, 1BQ6 and moved to Osaee in 1912 where she lived since. Survivors are her mother, Mrs. Lewis Dahl, Spencer; her husband and eight children, Harold, Ernestine, Clarence, Paula, Kenneth, Lynn, Junior, Bernice. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, afternoon at the Champion funeral home. Charles Jacobs Rites Held Here; Burial at Memorial Park Funeral services tor Charles H. Jacobs, 45, were held at the Patterson funeral home Tuesday morning, with the Rev. William Galbreth, associate pastor of the First Methodist church, in charge. Miss Ruth Stevens sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and Abide With Me." She played her own accompaniment on the organ. Pallbearers were Morris Anderson, John Duncan, Barney Duncan, Gordon Aldred, Peter Kagel and Chris Hovland. The American Legion attended the services and furnished the firing squad at the grave. Burial was at Memorial park cemetery. Mrs. Eldora Osier Dies at Ottumwa, Rites Not Arranged Mrs. Eldora Osier, 72, Ottumwa mother o£ Mrs. Ralph Fischbeck, 1104 Adams avenue northwest died Tuesday morning at Ottumwa, following, an illness since Christmas. Mrs. Osier is survived by two daughters, iVIrs. Fischbeck of Mason City and Mrs. Charles Wiil- ming, Ottumwa, and a son Lieut Paul G. Osier of the Battleship i\eu- York. Mrs. Osier- was preceded in death by her husband 5 years ago. Mrs. Fischbeck was with her mother at the time of death Mr Fischbeck left Mason City Tuesday for Ottumwa. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Prayer Group Studies "The Great Rejections" In the pre-Easter worship series lor Wednesday evening, the Church of Christ is studying the events preceding the life of Christ and the attitudes of the people to whom he ministered. The Wednesday night lesson is called "The Great Rejections/' Mrs. S. L Haynes wilt speak on "His Rejec- [ tion at Jerusalem." Ivan Barnes will discuss "The Rich Ruler's Rejection." Mrs. Lulu Kislia will discuss "The Rejection by his Home Community.*' The service will be held in the junior assembly room of the Church o'f Christ on Wednesday evening at 7:30. Robert Meyer, Mason City, Adrian Auestad, Kensett and Clarence Coover, Rockford, left Tuesday for Des Moines to take the final examination for entrance in the U. S. navy. Following the examination the boys will leave for the Great Lakes Naval Training school. After her maiden voyage from Liverpool in June, Britain's new 34,000 ton line Mauretania will sail regularly to and from the King George V dock- in London. TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1933 To Wed Minister Farmer Meets Stranger; 40 Head Heifers Missing BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. John Lehman of Bradford announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Loretta, to Harold Belsheim, son of Mrs. G. G. Belsheim of Fort Dodge. No date has been set for the wedding. The bride-elect, a graduate of Ellsworth junior college at Iowa Falls, .has been attending the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. Mr. Belsheim, now pastor in charge at Anita, is a former resident of Mason City, He is a graduate of Concordia college at St. Paul and completed his theological studies last June at Concordia Theological seminary at St. Louis. Mo. CLARION--Sheriff Hoy Wilson of Wright county and Guy Lynch, :armer near Belmond, went to Sioux City Tuesday to investigate the claim of Lynch that he had met a stranger there, and in a subsequent business deal lost 40 head of heifers. It all began on March 6 when Lynch, in Sioux City's stockyards on business, met the stranger who said his name was Harry Cline The stranger gossiped of stock with the farmer, then asked him if he had some to sell. Lynch replied that he usuallv sold his stock to John Scholtz a Moville buyer, whereupon Cline professed knowledge of the Moville man. The stranger offered Lynch good terms for his cattle, and the next day came to the Wright county farmer's home where a deal was transacted in which he bought the 40 head of heifers. Before making out the check- Cline asked; "Shall I make it out in my name, or in that of Scholia?" Lynch replied that inasmuch a= he knew Scholtz better it would probably be best to draw on that account, if it were perfectly legitimate. The next day t h e c h e c k bounced," and the Moville bank refused to honor it. In the mean- Credit Club to Hear Debate on Question of Control Policy A debate on the question, "Resolved, that a community credit control policy should be adopted in Mason City," will be the feature of the Monday evening meeting of the Mason City Retail Credit club Monday evening at the Hotel Hanford. Francis Darland and William Sullivan wiU take the affirmative side and George E. Alibee and R. P. Teeple, the negative, according to Eugene Lamm, in charge of the program arrangements. The meeting will begin with a 6:30 o'clock dinner. To Present Play at Townsend Club No. 3 Meeting Wednesday A one-act play, "A Happy Journey," will be presented at the weekly meeting of Townsend club No. 3 at the P. G. and E. auditorium Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock by a group of junior college students under the direction of Yvonne McGrane. The production is made available through the courtesy of Miss Myrtle Oulman, dramatic instructor for the junior college and high school. Taking part in the production are: James Studer, Eileen Payne, Myrne Donaldson, Henry Dihlmann, Ralph Thomas and Patricia Farrer. Application Filed for Dougherty Club at Townsend Session Dougherty is to have a Townsend club. That was assured when Dan O'Donnel of that place turned m the applications of 32 persons at the meeting of club No. 1 here Monday evening. Close to half that many more awaited an additional supply of blanks to enable them also to ask for membership, it was stated. The Dougherty group is being organized with the assistance of the local club · President C. K. Kinney gave a travelog account of his trip to the coast last summer. Music was furnished by Mr. Schuliz. concertina, and E. L. Lewis, harmonica, accompanied by Mrs. Tony Pinto O. A. Kibe and Frank Kchm were added to the publicity committee. Dock Your Pay Check! You can work full time at your job when the weakened part is securely and safely held in place by a featherweight truss skillfully fitted by our expert fitter. Science has designed a lightweight, sweatproof truss that holds with a g e re 11 e pressure, lying smoothly and easily in place while you participate in active work or play, making living a full time job. · PRIVATE FITTING ' ROOM time Cline had sent two semi- trailer trucks for the 40 head, and at the last available report both he and the 40 head were missing. At Hospitals Esther J. Cobb, Clear Lake, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. "· Mrs. Erwin Priebe, Goodell, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Rikard Swanson, Swea City, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Mrs. H. Davey, 201 Colonial apartments was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Thomas Allen, a 6 pound 13% ounce son, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Butcher, 212 Twenty- fourth street southwest, at the Mercy hospital Saturday. Mrs. Anna Keefe, 112 Fifteenth street northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Diane Lockwood, 672 East State street, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following treatment. Mrs. Arthur Bendorf, route 1, was dismissed from the Park hos pital Monday following a minor operation. Mrs. Ellen Bridge, Forest City, was dismissed from the I 5 ark hospital Monday following a minor operation. Mrs. Jeanne Jarvie, 9J9 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following treatment. Herb Filding, 16 Adams avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday follov.'ing a minor operation. Abe Mason K. C. apartments, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation. A daughter weighing 6 pounds % ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Quandt, West Ha- ven, at the Mercy hospital Monday. A daughter weighing 7 pounds « ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Owen Taylor, Hayfield, at the Mercy hospital Tuesday. Britcher Is Named Watchman of Shrine DUMONT--At the election o| officers for the Bethany White Shrine at Cedar Falls Friday evening, J. R. Britcher, Dumont, was elected watchman of th« Shepherds and Mrs. Lowell Burrows, Dumont, worthy guide. Full of Flavor SUIDI TEA 'P-G Bring Spring Into Your Home With These New time and money-saving Gas and Electric APPLIANCE BARGAINS "TJRUDGERY may have come into your home like the proverbial lion, but it will go out -L' as docile as a lamb when modern gas and electric appliances get "on the job." By putting cheap natural gas and electricity to work in your home, you have more leisure, more time for the things you want to do ... and save money in the bargain. It's so very- easy to carry out your plan of equipping your home with every important time-saving, money-saving Gas and Electric Appliance .. . especially when you can bay quality appliances like these at low cost and on convenient, easy terms. Provide your home with the ones you need at Spring Sale prices. Better Meals, More Time in '39 With a New Modern Range · With a new Insulated, heat controlled sas range In your kitchen, you'll lake a new interest in cooking that you never had before. Come in now! Lei us show you the new 1939 models of the IamOus»opcr and MaRic CheC lines. (1) Roper, Pictured Above , $ 69.50 (2) Mogic Chef, 1939 Special 79.50 (3) Roper Base Cabinet Style 74.50 (4) Deluxe C. P. Roper Table-Top 126.50 (5) Magic Chef With Swing-out Broiler 94.50 All Ranges Priced Above Are With Trade-In of Old Stove. A Big, New General Electric Refrigerator ot a Thrifty Low Price! Now! Only $1.00 o Month Rents or Buys a 'Fuel Saver' Automatic Gas Water Heater · You help the family tradget by cutting fuel waste as much as 20%, by removal of the wasteful furnace-coil. Install an Automatic Gas Water Heater now and have perfect year 'round hot water service. 50c A Week Buys the Famous Sunbeam Mixmaster Mix Thing* This Easier, Time-Saving Way . . ""* · Here's what the well equipped kitchen uses for beating eggs, mlx- Ing cakes, everything. 99c Complete With Bulb e Just one of the many altrac- live Pin-It-Up models that we are showing. Be sure to select yours early. Ask For Free Home Trial of the New HOOVER! For Your Convenience EASY TERMS Small Carrying MARCH THRIFT SALE APPLIANCE BARGAINS · Phileo 8-tube Cabinet Radio ...$59.50 · Phileo 5-fube Compact Radio J6.95 · Floor Lamp-Bridge Lamp Combination, Only 12.95 · I. E. S. Floor Lamp, With 3-Way Bulb 6.95 · Limited Number Easy Washers a t . . . 44.95 · Phileo Phonograph-Radio Combination 59.95 · Hoover Cleaner Factory Specials.... 25,95 While They Lost! Easy Terms! . PEOPLES* GAS ELECTRIC COMPANY Serving North Central Iowa's Cities, Towns and Farms

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