The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 15, 1939 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
March 15, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 15, 1939
Page:
Page 3
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 3 article text (OCR)

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1S39 MRS.G.SNELL, 5 5, SUCCUMBS Funeral Rites to Be Held at 2 O'Clock Thursday Afternoon Mrs. George Snell, 55, died at lier home, 422 Sixth street southwest, at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon following an illness. She had been a resident of Mason City for the past 14 years. Mrs. Snell, nee Cora Elizabeth Boutelie, was born Sept. 16, 1883, at Kensett. Surviving are her bus- baud and three sons, Elwin, Waterloo, and Gale and Claude, Mason City. Her mother, Mrs. Amanda Bou- telie, Kensett, two sisters, Mrs. Frederick Ariel-hold and Mrs. Hazel Chandlee o£ Mason City, and four brothers, Gus and Wayne Boutelie, Kensett, and Elmon and Vernon Boutelie, Manly, also survive. Mrs. Snell was a member of the First Methodist church of Kensett. Funeral services will be held at the Major-Randall funeral home at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, with the Rev. William Galbreth, associate pastor of the First Methodist church, in charge. Burial will be at the Plymouth cemetery. ANNOUNCE CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS List Jobs in Health, Vets Administration, Labor Department Competitive examinations for positions in the public health service, veteran's administration and children's bureau of the department of labor have been announced by the civil service commission. Ford E. Frick, Mason City, member of tile board of examiners, said Wednesday. Positions in the public health service include associate nursing consultant at 83,200 a year and assistant nursing consultant at _ S2,600 yearly. Applicants for the associate grade must not be more than 45 years old and the age limit for the 'assistant grade is 40 years old. The open position in the veteran's administration is associate medical officer at 53,200 a year. Age limit for applicants is 40 years old. In the children's bureau of the department of labor the positions are principal, senior, associate and assistant consultants in child labor with-salaries from $2,600 to :$5,600.'a^ysaK Applicants 'fo'f the ·principal and senior must not be ; more than 55 years old, for associate grade, 45 and for assistant grade, 40. Applications for the three divisions must be on file with the civil service commission not later than April 10. Full information concerning the examinations can be obtained at the Mason City post- office, Mr. Frick said. FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Doily Lenten Devotional By DR. GAIUS G. ATKINS ASKING TO BE WEIGHED Let me be weighed in an even balance, that God may know mine integrity. Read Job 31:6: 16-22. Job was a "perfect and upright man" 01- else there would have been no drama of Job. He is not there/ore afraid of the scales of God. On the contrary he welcomes them. This 31st chapter is fascinating for an imagery which makes poetry of ethics and its realistic catalogue of the moral standards of Job's worid. By such tests badness and goodness do not seem to have greatly changed their natures in the last thirty centuries. Respect for the sanctity of the home, consideration for those who work tor and with us; ssnsitvenejss to human need; right ways of working with fields; wrong love of money; truckling to the crowd; how modern it all is directly we turn Job's poetry into our prose These are the weights against which Job asked to be weighed. We would be wise to weigh ourselves and our society in such scales. Prayer: Lord of the Just Balance, give us courage enough to submit our individual and social ways to the verdict of Thy balances. Teach us anew how every daily deed and common task has set over against them Thy weights and measures, not in some distant order but in all our ways. And, if the reading humbles us, grant that it may also correct us and through Thy mercy enable us to do better. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. YOUR FEDERAL INCOME TAX G. 0. Lashbrook and H. E. LaRue Elected OS AGE--Fifty votes were cast in the school election, here Monday in which G. O. Lashbrook and H. E. LaRue were unanimously reelected for three year terms. Other members of the board are: Dr. G. L. Horton, F. C. Chatman, and Gerhart Goplerud. Mrs. Elizabeth Stoughton is secretary. One of the strangest graveyards on the North American continent is at Guanjuato, Mexico. Several thousand skulls are stacked in one corner and gruesome skeletons dangle from walls. Lay-A-Way A fine American made watch for the graduate--either an Elgin or a Waltham ... Latest designed yellow Si A 'TC gold cases L*J,tO Convenient Terms MURRAY JEWELRY CO. FORESTERS BLDG. The bureau of internal revenue has at its command many sources for checking up delinquent taxpayers. One of these is the "information at source" provision of the revenue act, under which persons, "in whatever capacity acting," are required to report to the commissioner of internal revenue at Washington, D. C., payments of fixed or determinable income to another in any calendar year of 51,000 or more. If the recipient is married, and a citizen or resident of the United States, reports need not be made of salary or other compensation for personal services unless the payments aggregate S2,aOO or more, If the marital status of the payee is unknown to the payor, the payee is considered a single person Jor the purpose ol filing an information return of salary or other compensation for personal services. Fixed or determinabie income includes wages, salaries, royalties, premiums, rent, interest, etc. A separate return of information for each employe-is k required of employers. The requirements are not limited to periodical payments, but a single payment must be reported. Domestic and resident foreign corporations are required to make a separate report of dividends or distributions for each individual, citizen, or resident of the United States, resident fiduciary, or a resident partnership any member of which is' a citizen or | resident, who was paid $100 or more during the calendar year 1938. All persons or organizations acting at any time during the year 1938 as broker or other agent in stock, bond, or commodity transactions (including banks which handle clearing orders for depositors or custodian accounts) are required to file annual returns of information with respect to all customers, depositors, or accounts for whom or which the total amount of either the purchases or sales of securities of commodities or the total market value of the securities exchanged, is 25,000 or more during the calendar year 1938 and each subsequent calendar year, with certain exceptions. A separate form must be prepared for each customer, depositor, or account for whom or which b'usi- ness was transacted during the year, and must show the name and address and other information 1 provided for in the form. Inforation returns are carefully checked with individual returns of taxpayers. Thousands of_ delinquent returns and additional revenue amounting to millions of dollars have been secured as the result o£ the examination of information returns. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE D I A M O N D B R O S . THURSDAY SPECIALS DIAMOND TISSUE 6 Roiu 25c MOP STICKS Each IOC D. B. SAL SODA I Large Boxes 15c BLACKBERRIES No. 10 Con .. No. 10 Can . . APRICOTS 39c Interest in Titonka Election Is Mild; Schram, Brandt Win | TITONKA--Only mild interest! was shown in the school election) here on Monday when an exceedingly small vote was cast. , W. A. Schram was re-elected a* j | a member of the board, and Chris Brandt was chosen to fi!l the va-' cancy made by George Peterson. I who retired upon the expiration o f ' his term of office. Edward Boyken continues as treasurer, the position he has held since the resignation of Lee O Wolfe last fall. Fredericks, Pyle Elected at Geneva GENEVA--The newly elected members of the school board for a ihree year term are Pyle and Fredericks, the latter succeeding himself and Pyle taking Lambert's place. Melle Abbas was elected to complete the term of Carl Johannsen who resigned. BANQUET IS FRIDAY CHAPIrv--A father and son banquet will be held in the Congregational church Friday at 6'30 Dr. Wentworth and Ray Lamb Elected MARBLE ROCK--In the election held Monday, in which two directors and a treasurer were to be chosen, Dr. L. S. Wentworth polled the highest vote and Ray Lamb was a close second and each was elected director. Owen Burns was unopposed for the office of treasurer. Two Are Re-Elected to Plymouth Board PLYMOUTH -- School election went off quietly with Paul Chehock and S. L. Seeley the only two running, being re-elected for a term of three years. Re-Elect Officers of Rake State Bank at Annual Meeting RAKE--The stockholders of the State Savings bank held their annual business meeting at the bank Monday afternoon. E. O. Halverson was re-elected president and A. J. Havuen was, re-elected vice president. Directors elected were O. E. Quam, W. R. Jcnsvold, Johnnie Jarshaw, E. O. Halverson and A. J. Hai'nen. The bank employes, Johnnie Rake, cashier, and O. H. Toft and Carl Knulson, assistant cashiers, were rehired. A dividend was paid to all stockholders. Antes, Cline. Picked on Education Board WEST UNION--W. H. Antes and J. H. Cline were re-elected Monday as members of the board of education, and D. H. Lynch was elected to fill a vacancy. Each was | unopposed. t Buns, Gerdes Win Election at Woden WODEN--One new school director was chosen at the school board election held Monday. Herman Buns was elected to succeed J. C. Kurtzleben and Fritz T. Gerdes was re-elected for another term. Boone River Rises, Inundates Fountain Park at Goldfield GOLDFIELD--The Boone river which flows through the Fountain City park at the west edge of town has been rising continuously the past 48 hours and late Tuesday night had completely flooded the local park and was still rising. The huge volume of water has inundated a large amount of land which borders the river. Return From West CRYSTAL LAKE -- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Drake and son, Jirnmie, who have spent the winter months in Los Angeles where they go each winter, returned Saturday to their home here. Stoakes, Schipull Re-Elected to Board GOLDFIELD--Carl F. Schipull and Braden Stoakes were reelected as members of the board of education at the annual election Monday. One of the largest voles of recent years was recorded with 169 voters going to the polls. The vote for the four candidates was as follows: Stoakes 111, Sehipull 108, Raymond Lester 60 and Kenneth Whyte 50. Lake Mills C. of C | Decides to Provide Parking for Farmers LAKE MILLS--At the Chamber of Commerce meeting held Monday night at the Grand cafe it was definitely decided to provide adequate free parking lots for farmers. This has always been a problem for the farmers as they were forced to leave their cars such a distance from the business district. Go to Cedar Rapids MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Tiedmansen drove to Cedar Rapids Saturday to visit her brother Alvin Schulte. Visit at Oakdale ·SRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruesewitz and son, John Bork, Jr., and sons spent Sunday in Oakdale where thfcy visited Mrs. J. Bork, Jr. Now You May Be Able to Paint Your Home for Less Than $10 SALE! HOUSE PAINT SALE! 3-piece First Quality Bathroom Outfit S4 monthly, Down Payment, Carrying Charge less fittings Compare Wards price and quality with any other - outfit! Roomy 5-ft. tub and wall lavatory have easy-to-clean white porcelain^enamel finish over heavy cast iron! Quiet, washdowri closet is made of stainless white vitreous china--white seat! Wards Coverall Hoose Paint-Famous for over 23 Years as a $2.25 Value! Now Only . . . Now you can afford to paint your home--with Coverall House Paint, specially priced for this week only! For over 23 years thousands of Wards customers have used Coverall again and again. They tell us it's the best paint value in America! And we believe them! We know that only pure White Lead and Linseed Oil and other costly ingredients are used in it. We've seen the pigments being ground and re-ground into creamy smoothness in Wards hu-e paint factory. We've seen the.gruelling exposure tests, proving how Coverall stands up against weather and wear It's easy to understand why customers say, "I'm stickin-* to Coverall." ° Sa.le Price! Turpentine. Bring your container. Bulk .... 44c gal. Screen Paint. Quart does 12 complete screens. Was 25 C .. 19c qt. Dryfast Enamel. Equals 4-hr, enamels at $2.95! Only 95 C qt. Linoleum Varnish. Big reduction! Clear-4-hour. Now Me qt. Kalsomine. Reduced from 35c! Many colors. 5-lb. box for 2flc I loset Seat Whit* 1 Regularly 34.95 Big. 42-inch sink, of gleaming white, easy to clean porcelain! Eoomy cabinet provides 16 cu. Selected hardwood. 1 inch thick. Acid, water, and stain- proof white celluloid finish! W A L L P A P E R Why pay padded prices for wallpaper? See Wards great ^\ 1939 line! Big selection! ^ Cleanabte Papers Scores of brand new designs--colors and patterns for every room. Washable Paoers Gas Heater New period patterns as well as c o n ve n t i on a l types. Big savings! single roll WARDS KNOW A GOOD PAPER-HANGER FOR YOU Efficient and powerful! New modern design. Copper coils. 30-ga.l. Steel Range Boiler G.75 Adjustable End Wrench Pric« SlothtJ on Words Casein Paint Now Only 57 Coverall Gfou or S*ml-Glcu Wall Paints gal. Your Ckolcl Revolutionary new Casein Flat Wall Paint. Dries in 40 minutes; washable; 1 coat covers! Screen Door Set 49 c qt. 23 Washable Gloss Paint or satin- hke Semi-Gloss Paint Floor Paint Quart ,, Eclipse Brace 10 In. Sweep · Wards Automatic Gas Water Heater 20-So/tan sizt Insulated with rock wool . saves gas! Entirely automatic: Adjustable thermostat. See it! Includes pair of loose pin spring hinges, a door pull, hook- screws, and screw eyes. Strong Claw Hammer 79' Reduced! Wards f fe Water System A well-balanced claw hammer for home or farm use. Has a stained hickory handle! Save' Lakeside Pipe Wrench Reg, 55.95 49-95 · - , * ^-^v^ 1 . I v * fc. ·_"... - ..»» v v.,^ ' v .!·.,,'_· The ideal system for the average size family 1 Pumps 2SO gals, per hour. Has 18 gal. pressure tank; 110-120 V. 60 cycle y t H.P. motor. 56 Mo. Down Pay'mf. Carrying Charge Open ring ratchet. Pin alligator jaws and forged steel chuck. Hardwood head, handle. Screen Hanger Set Makes it easy to take down or hang long screens or storm sash from the inside. Non- Metaliic Cable Complete with 3-in. Tungsten steel blade. Strong, polished all steel frame. Strong back. 79- 2-so Standard pattern j a w s ^or square or hex nuts. Made of drop forged tool steel. 14-inch Slillson wrench. Takes l 'a-mch pipe. Deep-cut milled teetn--hardened. Rubber Covered Wire F.H.A. TERMS! 62' Ter 100 ft. 100 ft. Size 14 Speeds installation, reduces cost. Heavy fabric cover. 100 feet, 12-ga .......... .(,15 Weather- Proof No. 8 Wire J.85 Jso. H wire, tested at 1500 volts! Moisture, flame-resisting! Underwriters' approved. 100 ft. See. Wards low price! Will stand up under the worst weather. Underwriters tasted. Ne^'^yoTM; 9 ::: 1 ; MONTGOMERY WARD 102-4-6 South Federal Ave. NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE Telephone 860 or 8fil

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page