The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 17, 1931 · Page 15
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March 17, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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Mason City News on This Page TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1931 North Iowa's Home Newspaper March 1»--Frank Mileg to address joint Legion and auxiliary gath ering at the armory. March 18, 10, 20 and 21--Mason City's annual spring opening. March 19, 20 and 31--North Central division of Iowa State Teachers' association to hold convention here. March 30--Election of city council men. SPRING OPENING Here in Masoo. City ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF MERCHANDISE TO TAKE PLACE Event to Continue Thruoutj Remainder of Week, Re- TO SPEAK HERE Yeomen apple dance, Wed. night, March 18. Coe's orchestra. Take advantage of the Fay Day tailers State. Mason City retailers made their final preparations Tuesday for the annual spring opening which is to . i a si-v. £v.n ii*i-*ratlino nr i tiuiiua.i a^jiAu^ v£«^"*~o .- _ · be inaugurated with the unveiling of Take advantage or me ^a-y V-.T the'show windows at 7:30 o'clock Week Specials now being offered Wednesday evening and which will thruout our store. Sam Raizes. continue thruout Thursday, Friday Miss S^ Stelhi Burcham, educa- and Saturday. . . . - .,Miss s/ ssw-iiu. B _ . _,, t | , rhousards ar(b ex pected to visit] Phone 3783W. choicest and latest ' merchandise. Take advantage of the lay Day ^^ wm lnclude O i 0 thing, ready- Week Specials now being oEterea to . wear furniture, jewelry, dry thruout our store. Sam Raizes. goods, shoes, hardware, groceries, Cant, Walter A. Elliott, regular drugs, optical goods and other arti- army instructor for the 133rd Infau- C]e3 try national guard units, is now on BamT to ?i ay . n in davs visit of instruction to the Ward companies of his area, The Mason City municipal band c h i e f f y t a the eastern part of the will be on the street to herald tha t ?P unveiling of the display windows at state. WIVFIPS hall 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening. x Ben Hur dance at Eagles nan Several £ashlon showa have De en Thursday,. March 1H. announced by ready-to-wear estab- Wc make nice fluffy,pads out 01 i ishments One of these will be held your own feather beds. Special price at Damons in the rea dy-to-wear with extra ticking for Iffa.bU. fnom. | deBartment O f the store, on the sec- 1499J. H. C. Riefe. St. Patrick's day dance Armory, , play tne iaLeBL lils Tues., March 17. Sponsored by c hiidrens dresses, Journeymen Barbers. | and shoes from an Minneapolis ?3.55 '_, son Bus Depot. Phone 174. Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Lcgionaire, will be the principal speaker at ;i joint party of the Legion and auxiliary ut the Muson City armory Thursday evening ut 8 o'clock. The program also will include dancing. Three Are Finec and Costs at Police Court; Sent to jail uiiu Aiuwi. 1-nii.^t-, .. ..--_ . Frank Cole and LJ. V, Sharp, play the latest fashions in ladies and both o£ Mason city, were each fined childrens dresses, coats, pajamas ?25 and Cost3 Qn cnarges o£ intoxi- Durneymen oaLu C i =. i and shoes from an elevated plat- catiOn when they appeared at po- Minneapolis ?3.55 by bus. Jeffer- form. Music will be furnished by the t Tuesday morning. Sharp son BusDepot Phone* 174. Varsity Club orchestra. The fashioii ^« ^^ $1Q on * an tatoxlcaUo n Birth certificates have been filed show mil begin at 8 p clock Tho fa Monday and had been re- i T ^ h o f f i c e of the clerk for James main floor and downstairs store will b tain m to tty his Richkrd son of Mr, and Mrs. Clif- also be open, for the display of new I jne whm he bccame mloxicated ford Graham 1627 North President merchandise. again. Cole was arrested at Sixth avenue born Mareh 10, and Jerome Fashion Parade in Window. street and Madison avenue south- Edward, so, of M.and Mr, ^ ^ ^ show, ^U-Botl^, taken to .ecount^ Markley Made President ol Local School Board Bagley, Wagner and Goodman Retire; Schools to Be Used for Talks, James E. ID. Markley, was elected president of the .school board by a unanimous ballot at the. first meeting of the new board Monday night. W. B. Pedelty was elected vice president. . An expression of gratitude for the co-operation of board members and other members of the organization was given by Willis G. C. Bagley, retiring president. "I have enjoyed my work and know the new members will enjoy theirs," Mr. Bagley declared. A resolution expressing gratitude for the services done by the retiring members was passed by the board. Markley Expresses Appreciation. I ws made by the boaTd . Tne slides * "I appreciate the honor--and I are t 0 supplement those recently do consider it an honor, of being purchased and are to complete the elected to the presidency of the prO g ram of visual instruction ma- board," Mr. Markley declared. "I terial purchased for the year, hope we will all feel charged with a Tho regtl i a r spring vacation will feeling of public responsibility. We start with the dosing of the schools have to spend a large portion of the the evemng O f March 19 and will tax money and I hope we will pro- continue xm tii March 30, according: vide a wise and economical admin- to ac t. jon taken by the board. istration." Reports from 'R. B. Irons and Following a canvass of votes of j "£ Ra£i superintendent of the last Monday election Ralph and princjpal O f the high Wiley, R. E. Robertson and T M. I hool respec t ive i yt we re received. Stevens · were declared elected, er(j allowed and r o u tj n e busi- sworn to their duties and seated, i Window Improvements ££'^\K*TM^ "SS 1VJT J ' V J 1 Ci- ,, Schukei Motor company. George Made in Federal OtOre | Marolf of the Schukei company, a NIGHT noon will hear and see tho talking member of the Liona club will ba in r . ***** »*- f . , _ _ _ ,-,;*.. n,t~ ~u«..rTM «p tn» n r n f r n m . An interest , charge of the program. An interest aside from the contests of the movia will be the demonstration o£ tha operation of a talking picture. New hardwood floors in the front show windows and a complete redecoration of the windows are among the improvements made by the Federal Clothing company store at 115 South Federal avenue, for the spring opening. The salesroom has also been painted and refic- ished. '_ Ford Talking Picture to Be Shown for Lions The Lions club at its regular meeting at the Hanford Wednesday J. E. E. MARKLKY DR. H. K. JONES DENTIST Makes Dentures (Plates) as low as, per plate ....... ' · EXTRACTIONS X-RAY SERVICE DR. H. K. JONES DON'T FORGET that Birthday or Anniversary. There's no more welcome gift kthan a box of the famous Whitman's Chocolates and Confections. A complete and fresh stock at all times. u sworn to ttieir QULIGS uuu =,=^. ness donfi Sf E°H d Wa e g£r rS and r Frank All members .of both the old and r^rtman * \TM». ******?* 3?*^ W ' th tbE CIGR STORES in the HOTEL HANFORD Mason City, Iowa C. Goodman. B 1 Webster presided as tern- exception of Mr. Wagner porary chairman during the election I N. FEDERAL PHONE 325 models, day, March.' 17, at Eagles nail, i UD- eral avenue . Th j 3 fashion parade will lie invited. Pood music. begin at 8:30 o'clock and will fea- : Thirst week of Diamond bread (. ure yj e new-modes ta ladies dresses, contest closes Wednesday T ·» O ** *TVTT- ·"* " r-- w around loaf' of DIB _ : Wlli'-buiia; a garage 10x18, material and labor, for ?140. Will glad- Iv eive estimates on new or remodel work. Fred Pinneke. Phone 3661J. 6 cash prizes each week, Diamond bread Jingle contest. First week's contest closes Wednesday night. See yellow band on Diamond bread. ANNOUNCEMENT To the Voters of'Mason City, Iowa: . As a supporter, of the city manager form of government, I hereby announce myself as a candidate for city councilman for the three-year term beginning' April 1,_1932- WESLEY J. PAGENHART, 112 Tenth Street Northwest. ANNOUNCEMENT To the Voters of Mason City, Iowa: As a supporter of the city manager form of government I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-election as city councilman for the three-year term beginning April lr 1932 HERMAN M. KNUDSON, 15 Thirteenth St. S. B. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy, also- floral and spiritual offerings received at the death of our husband and father. Mrs. Frank Scholl and Children. ATTENTION MOOSE Regular business meeting Tuesday, March 17, will begin at 7:30 f 8 p. m. · . S. E. PAYNE, Secretary. eral avenue. j.nia laamun ya.Li«^ ..... begin at 8:30 o'clock and will feature the new-modes ta ladies dresses, coats and millinery. ., -·4'HiH*OC*SM£5vianey Co., shoa store, . ' ' - --^' ' · · ' ' ' ' i ,'-'^i.«4-' +I.J.' 1 . «A^I*. aV^rm . » o , , has announced: that the new shoa modes will be displayed on living models in their window Wednesday evening, from 7:30 to 8 o'clock. Bath Township School , Directors Vote Not to Hire Married Teachers Bath township school directors at a reorganization meeting Monday night voted 9 to 2 against the hiring of married women as teachers. Martin Tageson was re-elected president of the board. John Harrington from district No. 2 was the only new director. W. H. Qyer was re-elected president of the Mason township organization. Howard Kreger was chosen director at large. Mark Sackett, Central Heights, was the only new member. Willis Louther, Mason City, was fined S25 and costs for disorderly conduct. He was charged with fighting at a dance at the armory March'7 V '·...··.; ·.'.·;!·':;··,·.:';.;_;·; . . . ;,;,. A SERMONET By It. W. Flschbcck 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 Phone 1S4 Kresgo Bldjr, Modern Glass Front Is Added to Shoe Market A new store front withxmoderu show windows has been installed by the Robinson 'Shoe market, 212 South Federal aevenue, and will be completed in time for the spring opening. The floor of the entrance to the doorway is constructed of colored cement bordered by strips of glossy black material. The sales room has been redecorated and th«s entire store put in condition. Hugh Davey and Son had charge of the remodeling. Save $22.63 to Seattle, Tacoma Milwaukee Road Slashes Fares Two great cuts in one-way fares now in effect daily to the Pacific Northwest. Travel in money-saving comfort on the de luxe new Olympian,' over the electrified route, scenically supreme. Only 557.00 to Seattle, Tacoma, good in tourist sleepers (space in sleeper extra); only §44.00 in modern coaches. Full information, reservations at 9th St. and S. Pennsylvania Ave., Phone 324.--Adv. Don't-- be short! We will advance whatever you need and you can return it in easy payments at your convenience. Prusia Clothing Store Completes Remodeling A remodeling campaign which the Prusia Clothing company had been engaged in for the past 10 days has been completed. The display windows have been decorated in an attractive gray' and gold and the interior has been papered and painted, giving a very pleasing effect. Spence to Speak at Union Lenten Service Dr. W. H. Spence will address the fifth union Lenten devotional service Wednesday evening ' to be held in the First Presbyterian church at 7:30 o'clock. The girls' chorus under the direction of Mrs. A. C. Hagerman will sing "Sing Unto the Lord," by Protheroe., and Mrs. Hagerman will sing "Remember Now Thy Creator," by Carrie B. Adams. Dr. Spence will speak on "Spiritual Fellowship." This series is being sponsored by the First Congregational, First Methodist and First Presbyterian churches. of the president. Permission to use school buildings for public meetings for open discussions during the time of the coming city election was granted by the board. The action followed a re- in his justly famous column, Saf.- quest made by R. L. Jackson for urday) permission to use the buildings. | ticle3j Members to Visit Schools. A resolution asking the president to appoint two committees of three members each, to visit the various school buildings was passed. . 'An appropriation for^the purchase of 5105 worth of additional slides Mrs. Gerald Riffle TEACHER OF PIANO Graduate of Drake University Under Prof. Paul Stoyo LESSONS We PHONE 3G04 ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Car washed 75c o C Qtmlity' Work ' as' Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. Lowell 1,. Forbes will addresn a Legrion meeting at Greene Thursday evening. Dr. R. W, Shultz PILES (Hemorrhoids) . non-surgical Treatment. Other Rectal Conditions. We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is the regular S1.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. VV. Pipe, referred to my ar- calling them "sermons." While I have never considered them as such, I recall that the Rev. William Spence recently stated that he considered' the tife In-| surance profession next to his. It's a - fact that much good is being accomplished by the money paid by the New England Mutual. If my articles are thought of as "sermonets" by T. Pipe, perhaps it will be well to have a text today, so, let's consider a passage in First Timothy, 5th chapter, 8th verse: "But if any provideth not for his own and especially his own household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an infidel." There is nothing that will accomplish just what Life Insurance , will in providing for your loved ones. So, it seems that we are admonished to use this means to provide "for our own household," after passing out of the picture. For a real company, investigate the New England Mutual, and for honest service, consult Ralph W. Fischbeck. More Sense Then Nonsense LAUNDRY WORK IS 0 ig up the Clothes, the shirts and hose, the collars low and higH O«r big machines will always clean it right from stain to tlyE N o acids used, no clothes abused, no rips, nor wear or teaR. E slablished right, we treat you white, in service, skill and carE Rikht Here "We Use Soft Water Even When It's Raining Hard If your clothes are not becoming to you, they had better be-coming to us. PHONE 600 "For a Bundle of Satisfaction" LYONS CLEANERS LAUNDERERS MASON CITY, IOWA DRY CLEANERS "Producing Quality That Commands Respect" Intestinal Stasis (Constipation) Specific Treatment. Write for Booklet. Rooms 218,'213, 220 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Office Phone 842. Res. Hotel Hanford, Phone 2960. HEATO Coal ECONOMY Sootless SLACK HAWK 111. Lump KENTUCKY Daly Epigrams 1 Don't worry because you have nothing to worry about. HEATING WE HAVE THAT izes all, both great and small, in low-cut styles or hig] I eels of ease, the kind that please IN linings free from dy, Nut W.G.Block Co. PHONE 563 VICE me. WHY I AM A FORD DEALER' Because tonight at 7:30 P. M. and again tomorrow night another large audience of people will have the opportunity to see the world's largest automobile factory. This is brought to Mason City through the medium of sound motion pictures and is shown on the second floor of our fireproof building. You will find this picture extremely interesting and educational. See how tons of moulten metal are transported, see the second largest steel mill m the world and the manufacture of glass on the conveyor system. It is interesting to see how coke is made as well as to hear about the'.Tohannaon guages, the guage recognized by the U. S. government as "the world's standard of precision measurement. These guages and nil patents, as well as Mr.- Johannson himself, arc n part of the Ford Motor Co. If you will accept this invitation to be our guests at this educational picture you will never regret it. Come early and see the cutaway exhibit in our showroom--learn what is on the inside. --CLARENCE SCHUKEI xfords, late and up-to-date N EAT, nifty fits that weal Ixtra grade, a shoe well made with leather skill and car, FOR YOU r Wslcome! Members of Iowa State Teachers Association LAYMAN'S SHOE STORE ·n.»-r *-v -fc. T in -* r* O *"» 202 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE PHONE

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