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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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22 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 17 1931 BIG BILL'S WHOLE CABINET RESIGNS Political Gesture Made to Give Chicago Mayor " Free Hand. CHICAGO, March 17; ^--Mayor William Hale Thompson's entire cabinet resigned today, the resignations to take effect at the mayor's pleasure. S a m u e l Ettelson, corporation Counsel and chief of the mayor's aides, said the move was to give Thompson a free hand in the conduct of his campaign for re-election against Anton J. Cermak, democratic chairman of the Cook county board. Relieve Obligations. '."We felt we should relieve the mayor of any obligation to continue any of us in office in his. next administration," Ettelaoa said. "All of us have pledged ourselves to work Vigorously for his re-election." Ettelson, who has been the mayor's closest advisor In two administrations, said he "was working harder than ever", for Thompson's administrations, adding that "and 3'ni sure every, other member of the cabinet is doing likewise." Mayor Thompson could not be reached, but it was learned from his office that no action had been taken on th,e resignations. Hardest Battle. Political followers view the April 7 election as Thompson's hardest ' battle-i-in, a career replete with close and bitter campaigns. At the mayor's office, there was no indication the resignations would be accepted. Close followers of the campaign agreed the resignations were a political gesture. Meats at Osage · OSAGE3--The W. R. C. Thimble bee met today with Mrs. Will Gard- Dr. Horace Beemer EXTRACTION SPECIALIST . X-RAY OF TEETH . J. C. Penney Building Relieved by our correctly fitted and adjusted glasses. HERE AND THERE Goes'to Austin. RUDD--Mrs. E. W. Miller, took her mother to her home in. Austin Saturday. Mrs. Hoick has been visiting here for some time. Taken to Independence. . ALLISON--Leo Kruse, 25,. of near Bristow was brot, before the insane commission at Allison Monday morning and adjudged insane. He is single. He was taken to Independence by Sheriff Henry Burma on Monday afternoon. 2 Are at Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS,-Verle and Freddie Tatum spent the week-end at the home of their ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tatum. Verle is * teacher in the Farnhamvllle schools and Freddie is a;student at the Iowa State college ~at Ames. Visits Son at College. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Berry spent Sunday visiting with their son, MiUard, at Cedar Falls where he'is attending* college, "' . Ladies AM to Meet, . ·HANLONTOWN--The Ladies aid will be entertained. Thursday by Mesdames' O. · Elvesather, Gilbert Erickson and W. T. Russell. Birthday Is Celebrated. '·. PLYMOUTH--The . members of the Laraway family met at the old homestead and spent Sunday and helped Mrs; Leon Smail celebrate her birthday. ' Return to Algona. ALGONA--Mr. · and Mrs. Harry Wright .and two children moved back to Algeria from Flint, Mich,, where they have lived the past few years. Mr. Wright is Kpssuth agent for the Bankers Life Insurance company. · · , · . ' . ' : : . ' · · Visits at Stllson. S TIL S ON--Johnnie Jergerson, who spent the winter in Illinois, visited Sunday with his brother, Charlie Jergerson.' Move to Hutchlns. HUT CHINS--Mr. and Mrs. John Rennick of Corwith moved to Hutchins. Visited for 10 Days. CALMAR--Mrs. J. C. Iverson and son, John, left for. their home at Greene after spending- the past 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wessleman. . Will Meet .Thursday. RUDD--The ill E. young married folks class will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Cords for a social evening. Visit at Are dale. AREDALE--Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sor'enson and two sons of Windom, Minn., visited at the home of their niece, Mrs. Earnest Wilke, Friday and Saturday. , Education Director Talks. ALLISON--Dr. Royal J. Montgomery of Grinnell, director of religious education of the Congrega-. tional churches of Iowa, spoke at the Associated church Sunday. Revival Services Continued. NORA SPRINGS-rThe Christian and Missionary Alliance will hold revival services this week £or~thc third week. Miss Margaret Hauser of ;St. Paul will continue to be the speaker. I Snowball Injured Eye. CALMAR--Miss Beth McGlade went to Cedar Rapids Friday to consult a specialist about her eyo which has been badly infected lor several weeks as a result of being hit with a snowball. - · Plan All Day Session. CHAPIN--The Methodist Ladie.i Aid'Society will meet in the church parlors Thursday for an all day meeting. This will be the last ati day meeting of the season. A picnic dinner will be served. Are From Casper. ALEXANDER--Mr.:, and ,Mra. ''rank Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wadell and son and S. Allison of Casper, Wye!., came to help with the - building of the tanks at the station east of town, for the Great Lakes gas plpelirie. - Is Guest of Sister. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. J. R. Miles, Minneapolis, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Abofn. ' y ., Returned From Chicago. OTRANTO--Harry Sene has returned from a two weeks' business trip to Chicago. . ' Spoiling Winners Are Named. OTRANTO--Winners in the local spelling contest were Gladys Hansen in sixth grade and Mildred Heard In seventh grade. Judges were Mrs. 'L. N. Nelson, Dorothy Pettitt and Herbert Larson. -Grace Blakestad pronounced the words. ' Inspects Pythian Sisters. * GREENE--Mrs. Adah Cottrell, deputy grand chief of Iowa Falls, was here Monday for inspection of the Pythian Sisters lodge. Condition Is Serious. ROCKFORD--Clarence Crowell who has been ajpatient in the Park hospital at s Mason City for some time is reported to be in a serious condition. Visits at Mitchell. : MTTCHELL--Mr. arid Mrs. H. W. Cronk: and two.chfMren of Estherville spent Saturday arid Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Shrader. . Visit p,t Bristow. BRISTOW--Mrs. Allle Henkle and her son, Merle Boy Ian, of Wa- .terloo, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Honored at Shower. ·' F E R T I L E--A miscellaneous shower was given in Jionor of Miss Bertha Johnson at the home of her brother, Kalmer Johnson. Miss Johnson is soon to be a. bride. Attend Rites at Minneapolis. SCARVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Anderson and Annabelle returned from Minneapolis where they attended the funeral of a brother- in-law. quartet Sings Spirituals. BELMOND--A Negro male quartet from Des Moinea sang a number of Negro spirituals at the evening service Sunday in the M. E. church. ·Are Hanldntown Guests. ' HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O'Hara and daughter of Wadena were guests of relatives in the Rye home Sunday. Instructor Visits Parents. , JOICE--Miss Gladys Trustum. music instructor, McAllsburg, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Khudt Trustum. Will Work In Garage. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs Maurice Cullen have moved to .Oelwein where Mr. Cullen will be .employed in a garage. ' Is Guest at Garner GARNER -- Harwood Spayde of Perry is visiting his parents. Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Spayde, aud'trans- acting some business. " . Comes From Milwaukee BURT--Clarence Schrader, Milwaukee, is spending a three weeks' TITTLE BROS JLPAC^KMBJTCi CXfe'Nc. US3 105 r-iCDERAL PorkSteak LEAN .12y 2 c COTTAGE SAUER Bulk *_V^ A J. j;»_»Jli_J ^^ ' U^*.U J^JLfc , JL»U1K* ^BH CHEESE ib 8c KRAUT ib 5c Herring FRESH CAUGHT Lb. Combination AUCTION SALE AT ROCK FALLS, IOWA Thursday, March 19--Starts at 1 o'cloiek 12--CATTLE--12 6 Holstein Cows coming with 2nd and 3rd calves 1 Spring Guernsey" Heifer 1 Holstein Springer 1 Cow and Calf 1 Holstein, milking 1 Durham Bull HOUSEHOLD GOODS TEAM HORSES I Black Team, wt, 2800 16--PIGS--16 8 Feeding.Pigs 8' Brood Sows 12 BU. Seed Potatoes (Early Ohio) FARM MACHINERY Some New--Some Second 1 Hand If You Have Anything to Sell--Bring. It in and We Will Sell It for You Roy Bo wen, Mgr. JACK DORSEY, Auctioneer v KUFTJS WILKINSON, Clerk "SKY BABY" The rising generation In America may be growing lip air-minded but It doesn't forget the rule of ."Safety First." Picture shows little Har61d Cannon, Jr., aged three, wearing . his smart, miniature parachute. The baby airman created some- ' thing ,of a sensation at Lo* Angelesi Cal., air meet when he appeared in his .up-to-the- minute outfit. vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader. ' Are Wesley Guests WESLEY^--Mrs. Agnes Carpenter of Minneapolis, Mra. Roy Swanson and Mrs. O. T. Dawaon of Mason City were guests at the horn's of Arlo Dawson last week, i Visit at Kensett KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Steele of Oelwein were here Sunday to see Mrs. Steele's brother, Arthur Barth, who has been sick witl rheumatism the past three weeks. Mr. Barth began his--duty as cashier at the First State bank Monday. Go to Des Molries DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. Harley Rummel, Donald Rummel and Mrs. Will Trowbridge, Clarion, visited Mrs. L. W. Rummell in the M. E. hospital at Des Moines Sunday. Are in Osage OSAGE--Mrs. Bernard Conner and Mrs. Selmer Sampson came Monday morning, called by, the death of their father, H. E. Tuttle Mrs. Luva Torriey had been'caring for Mr. Tuttle the past week. Returns to Mankato WESLEY---Virginia Benton, :who has spent a week home on a vacation, returned Sunday to Mankato for school work. , . . , Women Thruout Europe Turn Eyes Toward Ballot Even Asia Opens Its Politir cal Gates ,to Wives. By W. W. CHAPLIN LONDON, March 17. ' UPt--Thru- out Europe, women are turning their eyes from their hearths to the political .arena, some with hope, some, with determination. Even Agia has begun to open its political gates to wives and mothers. The house of representatives in Tokyo has passed a bill granting women equal franchise rights with 1 men. The women of England and Germany- have procured a far firmer pbsition 'in politics than most of their sisters in neighboring lands. In Political Debut Turkish women, tho only liberated from their harems during the past decade, are already on their way to parliament. They made their political debut this year when the Kemalist government granted them the municipal vote. In England 14 women have followed the * American-born Lady Nancy Astor Into the house of commons, and one, Viscountess Sybil Rhondda, who is a peer in her own right, is battering, tho so far without success, at the door of the house of lords. 39 in Reichstag Women constantly are taking a more extensive part in .German public life! There are now 39 feminine deputies In the reichstag, 28 of them being either socialists or communists. Ifl Spain women can neither vote nor hold elective office and the movement for women's suffrage is so far practically negligible. Italian women, like their husbands, are .finding that the only road to political influence winds thru the fascist party. When the talkie haa eliminated all other competition, we hope it will work on the creatures who sit behind us and jabber.--Midwest Review. ' R. N. Reuber, M. D. 21 i/i S. Federal (Above J, 3. Newberry Store) INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICAL THERAPY SKIN DISEASES Telephone, Office 3880, Kes. 2MO Peggy Ann Arrives to , Spend Birthday With Grandfather Hoover ASHEV1LLE, N. Car., March 17 (ff)--Peggy Ann Hoover, granddaughter of the president, arrived today to spend her sixth' birthday with her father, Herbert Hoover, Jr. whom she had not seen for six months. His nurse, and her little brother Herbert Hoover m, accompaniec her on the trip from Washington where she has been staying with her grandparents. Her father has been recuperating here for the past' five months from an illness. Peggy Ann wouldn't budge from the station until the baggage car of the train--it_held scores of birthday presents she received in Washington --was unloaded. South Dakota Invites Hoover to Spend His Summer in Black Hilli WASHINGTON, March 17. (/?)-President Hoover was Invited today to spend' all or part of the summer in the Black Hills of South Dakota- The invitation to spend a vacation in the same district- in ' which' his predecessor, President Coolldge, issued his historic "I do not choose to run" statement, was extended by Senator Norbeck, republican. South Dakota and by. Paul E: Hellamy, Rapid City businessman. ^Bellamy said the president had taken the invitation under consider ation. Joslin Sworn in as New Secretary to President Hoover at White House WASHINGTON, March 17. !Ph- Theodore Joslin was sworn in today as secretary to the president a the white,house. ( The oath was administered-by a white house notary. ] Joslin succeeds George Akerson who resigned to take an cxecutlv position with a moving picture con cern. Joslin had been chief of tht Boston Evening Transcript bureau here. . EXTINGUISHED GRASS FIRE The fire department was called a 9:45 o'clock Monday evening to ex tinguish a grass fire on Hampshtri avenue southeast between. Four teenth and Fifteenth street. N( damage was done. - · ^Clear Lake Globe^Gazette HELEN HENUR1CKS News Editor Residence Phone 340W OFFICE PHONE No. 339 LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 SUNSET LEAGUE CLOSES GAMES Tarr and Ritz High Teams; Kennedy Defeats Smoke Shop. CLEAR LAKE, March 17.--The Sunset league ball players closed the 10 weeks' schedule ^Monday night with two shake-ups which ittle affected the teams' stand- figs. Sam Kennedy's onion growers .displayed their beat brand of all this year when .they defeated :he Ritz Smokers, who are second high in the league. Linoleum starred for the farmers with three runs. Players in one other of the constantly, losing .teams, Kenyon'a Dairy, were hot satisfied to break almost evenly for. a victory over Bryson's T. N. T. but the most of the milkmen made a consistent batting average with four or five runs. Keith Raw pitched a good game besides checking 1 up three runs. Others who looked good in the runs were Kenyon Verbeckmoes' five; C.- C. Palmeter, B. B. Bailey, W. M. Judy, each four, and Oliver Hanna, three. ' Thruout the games the Tarr's have been undefeated, last night adding the tenth victory from the Pitsor Legion men. The .soldier boys held them to a 7 score in one of Tarr's hardest games this season. Olsen, Dimarco and Tarr each Chalked up two runs for the winners. Game summaries: Won Lost Tarr 10 0 mtz ........' 6 Rryson 4 Pitsor 4 Kenyon 3 Kennedy '.... 3 Fashion Show to Be Given by Merchants \lusical Features and Dance to Be Part of Evening Entertainment. CLEAR LAKE, March 17.--Clear Lake merchants are directing their efforts toward the spring fashion show which will be held Friday night.' It will be conducted as a city affair in the community building, no admission being asked. E. R. Boyle will act as master of ceremonies, announcing each type of fashion! while the Power string ensemble will play. The stage will have an vout-of-door setting, planned and, worked out by J. C. Mawhinney. A group of vocal- solos by R. E; McFarlane, J. C. Mawhinney, Max Olson and O; J. King, arid a sketch by Mrs.'R.' E. McFarlane and'Ed Boyle will be other features on the program. A dance will begin at 10 o'clock for which the Power augmented orchestra will play, for which a small fee will be charged. ' Children will not be admitted to the style show unless accompanied by adults. " 4 6 6 7 7 Recording Orchestra to Play at Club Dance CLEAR LAKE, March 17.-Bobby Griggs and his recording band will furnish mu?ic for the dance Wednesday evening at the Clear Lake Country club. Dancing will continue until 1 o'clock. Eastern Star Glass of Instruction to Be Held at Temple CLEAR LAKE, March 17.--Mrs. Zola Schaffer, Manly, who 'is district Instructor of the Order of the Eastern Star, will conduct a school of instruction beginning- at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Masonic Temple. Women from Buffalo Center, Garner and Mason City will be guests of the local chapter for dinner at 6:30 o'clock. The committee in charge of the dinner includes Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ashland, Mr. -and Mrs. C. A. Knutson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy, Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. .L. S. Dorchester, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Waller. Mrs. W. F. Rich, Mrs. M. N. Nelson, Will Kimbalt and the Missea Mary and Crystal Ashland. Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Wood and family. Mason. City, have taken possession of the Mary Wood house on Crane street. Radio Batteries charged SOc. De Bruyn Super Service. Miss Pearl Rogers returned Saturday night from a stay at her home in Woonsocket, S. Dak. She is staying at the home of Mrs. George Raw, South Third street. Judge and Mm. D. H. Campbell, First street, and C. W. Damon, Mason City, returned Saturday evening from a 9,000 mile trip to Long Beach, Cal.They spent-several months in the west, 1 traversing the entire state of California. They returned by the south central route 'Mrs. Carter Dawson left Sunday for her home hi Maywood, 111. She haa spent the past six weeks in Clear Lake visiting her slater, Mrs Peter Knutson, and, brother, Sherman Carlock. She also attended'the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Hannah Garloek. Mrs. Ernest Dunn, San Antonio Tex., who haa been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs F. M. Lee, left today for Clarion where She will spend several days with friends. ' A cable has been received by Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Campbell that their son, Paul H. Campbell, has just left for a short trip to Central America. They were planning to meet him for a. short visit in the near future. Club Plans Meeting. CLEAR LAKE, March 17.--Royal club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P.'G. Cookman. Mrs. Clarence 25ook and Mrs.' George Peterson will be co-hostesses. WA-TAN-YE HEAD NAMES GROUPS Decoration, Committee Will Be Entertained by Mrs. , Overton. 1 . CLEAR LAKH, March 17.--Wa- Tan-Ye club members held a business meeting Monday night at the Lions cafe. The club committees for the year were appointed by the president. Two persons were chosea on the program committee for each Uiree montbs: -Gesevieve Hanson and Rosalie Giosclo, Edith Naylor and Mollie McGowani and Nita Church and Abbte Eldridge. Others are: Attendance--Dr. Jane Wright, Feme Hahsen and Mrs. 1 Mary Bowman; intercity relations --Mrs. Robert Williams and Miss Ella Keegan; flowers--Abbie Eldridge, Helen Hendrlcks and Linda Herriman; press correspondent. Jane Griffith; choristers, Marian Lungreri, Geneviovc Hanson, and timekeeper, Nita Church. Mrs. Lillian Overton, chairman of the decoration committee for the convention, will--be hostess to the club at her home April 6 at a plate luncheon. The evening .will be spent hi making decorations! "The Modern Woman" Is Topic for Discussion of Library Reading Club CLEAR LAKE, March 17.-Members of the Library Reading club were guests of Mrs. E. K. Greene Monday at a St. Patrick's luncheon. An interesting talk on the modern woman and her problems was led by Mrs. Sain Kennedy and Mrs. W. W. Connelly followed by a open discussion of tte topic. Mrs. Connelly also gave a travelog of her trip to California during the holidays. Irish stories were the roll call feature. ,, Sweet peas and smilax were used for table decorations. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Nellie Baldwin, Mra. W. W. Connelly, Mrs. A. C. Runcie and Mrs. A. Raw son. P.P. WALKER IS ELECTED HEAD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS CLEAR LAKE, March 17.--Directors of the Clear Lake school board met Monday night in regular session. , S. Kennedy, Jr., who was elected director recently, · took the oath of office. F. P.. Walker was elected president of the board for the ensuing year. The term of secretary does not expire until July 1. The business of the evening centered around the closing of the b'ooks of the old administration. The next meeting is planned for Monday, March 23. Return to Goidfieid. GOLDFIELD--Mrs. W. H. Mantle of Goidfieid and Mrs. Mary Greenwalt. of Toledo, Ohio, who bave been spending the past three months with the former's daughters, Misses Evelyn and Edith Mantle, Instructors in the Sparks, Nov., schools returned Sunday. PARK THEATER Clear Lake TUESDAY -- WEDNESDAY "Viennese Nights" , All Color Musical Romance CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Wednesday--Eastern Star supper · and inspection of chapter by district instructor. Lions club entertain Osage club at 6:30 at the Soda Grill. I. O. O. P. dancing club' have dance at L O. O. F. hall. , Dance at the Clear Lake Country club. Music by Bobby Griggs and his recording band. · Thursday--Rotary club meets at the 1 O. O.- F. hall. Twentieth Century club luncheon at the Clear Lake Country club. Royal club meets at the home of Mrs. F. G. Cookman assisted by Mrs. Clarence Zook and Mrs. George Peterson. Friday--Style ahow and dance at the Community building. A MAGNIFICENT ADVANCE EXHIBIT WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU The gorgeous new Spring" Fashions "SS' sponsored by leading^Parisian~de'^~ signers will be displayed for you in a fashion show of commanding beauty and elegance. Models will promenade these newest styles. FRIDAY NIGHT AT 8:00 TO 10:00, MARCH 20 COMMUNITY BUILDING CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Seating room for several hundred people and a promenade-stage are assembled. Come Early! NEW SPRING STYLES FOR MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN WILL BE SHOWN BY Peter-Pan Shop Oluf T. Hansen Co. The Family Store Sondrol Co. Callanan's Clothing Sponsored By CLEAR LAKE COMMERCIAL CLUB I DANCING 10:00 P. M. MUSIC hy the JOE POWER a String Ensemble and Augmented Dance Orchestra From 8:00 to 13:00 Thompson-Dean Co. PHONE 217 SERVICE GROCERS PHONE 219 Visit Our Meat Dept. Quality Corn Fed Beef Lamb -- Veal Halibut -- Haddock Chickens No. 10 Fruits No. iO Prunes . '. .46c No. 10 Peaches 62c No. 10 Blackberries.. .69c No. 10 Red Cherries. ,98c GARDEN CITY CLEANER, 5-pound pails 50c COFFEE Batavia, Hills, Folger's, Butternut, Nash, Chase Sanborn, pound .39c 1 ' - , · · · Climaline, large 22c Can Milk, tall, 3 f or... 25c Bulk Crisco, Ib .20c Bulk Pd. Sugar, 3 Ibs, 25c Bulk Cocoanut, Ib. .. .29c Big 4 Soap, 10 bars.. .33c Sugar Wafers, Ib 19c JOHNSON'S FLOOR WAX, 1-ponnd can · . . . 58c MRS. ROGERS' HOME-MADE PASTRY MRS. WALTERS' HOME-MADE BREAD Farmers We Want Your EGGS

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