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April 9, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 9 1936 NINETEEN A Mason City's Calendar April 9--Annual meeting of the Mason City Production Credit association at P. G. and E. auditorium at 10 a. m. April i, 10, 11--Mason City auto show sponsored by nine dealers. April 12--Easter Sunday. April 18--College Y three act original musical comedy, high school auditorium at 8:15 o'clock. Aprlu 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishing show at high school gymnasium. HUNDREDS VISIT AUTOMOBILE SHOW OPENING DAY Here In Mason City Civic Orch. rehearsal Ihure., 7:30. Use Xccrlcne for washing nulls. Shepherd's Paint Wallpaper. Harry Sondergaard spoke Wednesday evening at the Madison community center on "Highway Safety." Just Two More Cleaning Days until Easter Sunday. Take advantage of our quality cleaning, and one-day service at no extra charge. Model-Unique Cleaners. Phone 49. Harmony Guild bake sale, Merkel's, Saturday, April 11. Thirty-two members of the Hl-5? club went in a group Wednesday night to the Methodist church to hear the message by the Rev. c. E. Flynn. Harmony Guild bake sale, Merkel's, Saturday, April 11. Tim can put so much more in a Crosley Shelvador electric refrigerator. Mason City Hdwe. Townsend club No. 2 met at the P. G. and E. auditorium .Wednesday night for a program which included musical selections by high school students. Jack Weir played a French horn number, accompanied by Barbara Scott, Homer Hockenberry an oboe solo and Lloyd Nichols a trombone number, accompanied by Dorothy Evans. The next meeting will be April 15 at the Y. W. C. A. Opening: Watklns Cafe, Clear Lake. Easter special Sunday dinner, day dinner. Linoleum rugs. Special low prices. Boomhower Hdwe. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT Announcing my candidacy for County Supervisor on republican ticket subject to the voters of Worth county in the June primaries. FLOYD M. CERNEY Thompson Ready to Give Party to Half Million Republicans CHICAGO, (!P -- William Hale (Big Bill) Thompson, Chicago's deep-voiced ex-mayor, Thursday promised a party for a half million republicans if Thomas V. Sullivan, Thompson's candidate for attorney general, is nominated in next Tuesday's primary. Thompson, who came out of a long political retirement to espouse Sullivan's cause, made his proposal in a letter to Harrison E. Spangler, director of. the western division of the republican national committee. "Having confidence in Sullivan's nomination, and believing with the proper work we republicans can win in November," Thompson wrote, "1 have accepted the responsibility of giving in Riverview Amusement park, Chicago, a republican rally on next Labor day, which will be attended by no less than 500,000 republicans." . Admission, Thompson said, would be free. The former mayor said he wished to register with Spangler an invitation to the republican nominees for president and vice president to attend the rally. Clinton Has 2 Pound, 10 Ounce Baby Boy CLINTON, (.T» -- Clinton lays claim to some distinction for having a "mortal mite" baby, the spark of life being fanned desperately in the tiny, 2 pound, 10 ounce son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burman of this city. The tiny child was born prematurely Monday. Since that time an incubator and oxygen tent have been his "homes." The infant appears normal in every respect, hospital attaches say. Summer/hays Features Packard Model The above puoto shows the new model Packard S port Cabriolet that the Tom Sunnncrhays company, local Packard agency, brought to Mason City especially for the auto show Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This Packard, which is finished in a brilliant yellow color with chromium trim, is now on display In the Summerhays showroom at 120 Delaware avenue northeast. (Lock I'lxoto, Kayenay Engraving) LUTHERANS PLAN UNITED SERVICE Five Churches to Take Part in Good Friday Meeting at St. James. Five Lutheran churches will unite in a Good Friday service at the St. James Lutheran church, starting at 12 o'clock, noon, and continuing until 3:30 o'clock. The participating . churches are: Our Saviour's, Trinity, St. James, Central and Immanuel. The pastors in charge oE the service are: The Rev. Walter H. Kampen, the Rev. 0. L. N. Wigdahl, the Rev. 0. E. Mall, the Rev. B. T. Erholm of Mason City and Prof. Stanley Olson of Waldorf college, Forest City. Following are the details of the service: 12 p. m. Hymn 147, "O Lamb of :od." Solo, "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth," Mrs. Don Bushgens. Meditation, The First Word, the Rev. Mr. Mall. Miss Cecelia ustafson, organist. ' . 12:30 p. m. Hymn 414, "Not What These Hands Have Done." Duet, "He Took My Place," Helen Wetterling, Robert Wetterling. Meditation, The Second Word, Professor Olsen. Mrs. O. E. Mall, organist. 1 p. m. Hymn 318, "Alas and Did My Saviour Bleed?" Solo, "The Cross of Calvary," Mrs. P. R. Jacobson. Meditation, The Third Word, the Rev. Erholm. Mrs. J. 0. Gilbertsen, organist. 1:30 p. m. Hymn 262, "In the Cross of Christ I Glory." Solo, "He Was Despised." Mrs. O. E. Mall. Meditation, The Fourth Word, the Rev. Kampen. Mrs. J. O. Gilbertsen, organist. 2 p. m. Hymn 321, "Beneath the Cross of Jesus." Solo, "The Flower of Calvary," Mrs. B. T. Erholm. Meditation. The Fifth Word, the Rev. Wigdahl. Mrs. O. E. Mall, organist. 2:30 p. m. Hymn 297, "Oh What Precious Balm and Healing," vs. 1, 2, 3. Solo, "The Path of Life," Carrol Ambrosen. Meditation, The Sixth Word, the Rev. B. T. Erholm. Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson, organist. 3 p. m. Hymn 315. "O Sacred Head Now Wounded." Duet, "In the Cross of Christ I Glory." Overan Lund, Clifford Eggert. Meditation, The Seventh Word, the Rev. Mr. Wigdahl. Mrs. O. E. Mall, organist, j ganist. M. L. Mason Candidate for County Attorney M. L- MASON THE BEST IOWA COAL WAGNER COAL CO. PHONE 986 Authorized Genuine Carter and Stromberg Parts Battery and Electric Sen-ice 110 S. Delaware Fhonc 319 Mason Cityans Attend Sales Conference of Electrical Association M. A. Harpster, electrical superintendent, William J. Hughes, chief engineer, and Bud McDonald of the service department of the Peoples Gas and Electric company returned Wednesday from Kansas City, where they attended the sales conference of the Missouri Valley Electrical association. Mr. Harpster, as chairman of the overhead lines committee, arranged the program for that department of the conference. The conference had a large attendance, the Mason Cityans stated. Continuous Service LAND OF VIKINGS LECTURE COMING Travelog to Be Presented at Immanuel Church on April 17. A travelog lecture, "The Land of the Vikings" by a former World war correspondent and American newspaperman, will be given Friday evening. April 17, at 8 o'clock at Immanuel Lutheran church. The speaker, now a Lutheran clergyman, is the Rev. C. E. Haterius of St. Joseph, Mich. Mr. Haterius as a guest of an official agency of the Swedish government with Mrs. Haterius, spent laat summer in "The Land of the Vikings" and wrote for 14 American newspapers. He brought back 5,000 feet of plain and colored films including the complete filming of the royal wedding between the Swedish Princess Ingrid and the Danish Prince Frederick. This is said to be one of the most impressively beautiful spectacles of its kind ever to be shown American audiences. It is unusual in that there are shown many intimate closeup "shots" of the largest gathering of royalty since the World war and includes the beautiful Swedish Queen Astrid of Belgium, now dead. One feature of the program is the synchronized, applied sound effect providing a musical background for the lecture and pictures. This presentation is given under the auspices of the Brotherhood of the local church. Will Seek Democratic Nomination for Office. it. L. "Larry" Mason Thursday announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for county attorney of Cerro Gordo county. Mr. Mason is a graduate of the Mason City high school and was a member of the football team of the school. He also was graduated from Notre Dame and the University, of Minnesota law school. Mr. Mason, who is associated with B. R. Dunn in the practice of law, was bom on a farm in Warren county. III. He is married and has two children. His father, L. W. Mason, operates the John Deere company warehouse in Mason City. Mr. Mason served as county attorney of Cerro Gordo county in 1933 and 1934. He was a candidate for .re-election in 1934, but was defeated by a small margin. A. R. McKaig, Former Mason Cityan, Sought by Administrator An attempt Is being made by Alzina Livasy, administrator for an estate in Almira, Wash., to find A. R. .(Ralph) McKaig, who lived at 521 Jefferson avenue northwest in Mason City about 10 years ago, operat- z. IV/T il J' PI 1 i i"? a transfer business at that time. at MethOdlSt LhUrCh j Anyone having information as to The Sacrament of Holy Communion will be administered continually throughout the day of Friday beginning at 8:30 o'clock in the morning and closing with the evening service. Dr. Clarence B. Flynn, minister of the church, will be assisted by the Rev. William Galbreth, minister of the Olivet Methodist church. The Sacrament of baptism will also be administered to any who may desire and people will be received into church membership. At the evening service, which will be the closing of the week's special meetings, Dr. Flynn will speak on "A Jicturme of Redeeming Love." Thursday evening he will speak on "A Clash of Inward Forces." Mr. McKaig's whereabouts has been asked to to notify Mr. Livasy. Sioux City Council Approves Choices of Safety Commissioner SIOUX CITY, /D--The city council Thursday approved the following appointments by Councilman Gordon C. Hollar, head of the public safety department: Thomas Farley, chief of detectives; Maurice Farley, lieutenant of detectives. Both are veteran members of the Sioux City force. They are not related. Maurice Farley served as chief ol detectives some years ago. The council created a new post of chief of the auto theft bureau and Councilman Hollar said he will give the appointment to Frank Wheel- oack, who has been chief of detectives. Fonaer Chief of Police John McKenna, who has been sergeant of detectives will become a detective and Chief Dahl will continue as chief of police. Good Friday Will Be Observed at St. John's Good Friday will be observed at St. John's Episcopal church with the Mass of the Presanctified at 7:30 in the morning-. From noon to 3 o'clock the Three Hours' devotions will be made, with seven addresses by the Rev. Clarence Parker, of Chicago on "The Words From the Cross." The children of the parish will make their devotions from 4 to 5 o'clock, although they will be free to attend the "Three Hours." Suicide Penalty Rejected. BANGKOK, Siam (UP)--A proposal to make attempted suicide a punishable offense has been rejected by the Siamese parliament by 40 votes to 10 on the grounds that a man willing to die cannot be deterred from taking his own life by penal legislation. . E. C. Successor to Dr. J. D. Kccler CHIROPODIST SIS 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. I'll. 331 Frank Kelly Returns From St. Petersburg Frank Kelly, retired locomotive engineer, returned this week from St. Petersburg. Fla., where he spent the winter. Mrs. Kelly will return to Mason City later. Mr. Kelly reported her health had been good through the winter months. Mr. Kelly was called back north by the death of hte sister, Mrs. W. S. Canny. Kendall, Wis. Funeral services were held for Mrs. Canny Saturday. Garlic for Longevity. PLACERV1LLE, Cal. (UP)-Frank Coster of Portugese origin, who has just celebrated his 100th birthday, attributes his longevity to the same food favored by his father who died at 127 years--garlic and onions- PEOPLE. . . who have tested Fireside Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FUEL CO. Phone 888 and IGNITION SERVICE Central Auto Electric Co. NEXT TO FIKE STATION 23 First Street Southwest riione 494 WEATHER FACTOR Garfield Remodeling Progresses IN SUCCESS OF ANNUAL DISPLAY Dealers Expect Crowds to Surpass Those of Previous Year. Hundreds of interested spectators were streaming into the nine local showrooms where the second annual individual auto show opened Thursday morning. The show continues through Thursday. Friday and Saturday, offering the latest models of the most popular cars in the market, in the low-priced, medium priced and more expensive field. Newly decorated showrooms greeted spectators at many uf the establishments and others had their particular means of helping make this an even better show than the inaugural one of 1935. The dealers, contacted in a poll Thursday, expressed themselves as being immensely satisfied with the results of the auto show in its first day and with a sigh of relief noted the pleasant weather which was until Wednesday doubtful. With the mercury apparently on the upgrade, it is expected that the crowds in attendance at the 1936 exhibition will surpass that of the previous year. Gallaghers Change Plans. A change in plans was forced at the John Gallagher. Inc., garage. 25 Second street southeast, when the Pontiac cabriolet which was to be on display during the show failed to arrive la. time for the special showing. Mr. Gallagher pointed out Thursday that he is not the sole owner of the garage as was stated in a previous issue, but is'president of the company. He also announced that local persons wishing to take part in a nation-wide contest sponsored by the Pontiac company were welcome to visit the Gallagher garage for complete details. The first prize in this contest is a Pontiac deluxe sedan and goes to the person writing the best letter, of not more than 100 words in length, on "What I Liked Best on My 10 Minute Ride in the Pontiac," following such a ride in that car. "I expect large crowds to attend the display we have in our showrooms for the duration of the show. I believe this show is a great thing for the automotive industry in Mason City," commented Jay Folsom of the Folsom Auto company, 722 South Federal avenue. The Graham car is on display there. "Show One of the Best." "The show has been given impetus by the fine weather and I think that this is a good indication that the 1936 auto show will be one of the best ever to be held in Mason City," said Sam Richer, manager of the Lapiner Motor company. "Although this Is the first day of the three day exhibition, we have already welcomed a horde of visitors who have come in to see our late models of the Dodge and Plymouth," he stated. "With the better weather coming at so appropriately a time, we ex- Kemodeling of the Garficld school is under way. The above picture, taken on the northwest corner, shows most of the old roof removed. The plans call for making Ihe building fire resisting and for tho erection of a combination auditorium and gymnasium. (Lock Photo, Kayeuay Engraving) pect many persons in to sec our latest selections of the Chrysler and Plymouth cars," commented J. H. Marston whose agency is situated at 19 Third street northeast. The Marston garage has remodeled its showrooms for the auto show. "I think this show has created lots of enthusiasm among the buyers," affirmed William "Bill" Klcck- ner, manager of Jewel Motors. Inc., 10 Fourth street northeast. "Atany persons were in to see our DeSoto and Plymouth models even last night. I believe an even larger attendance than that of last year will be seen at the 1936 auto exhibition. This show is unquestionably a great thing for the auto dealers of Mason City," he declared. Spring flowers added to the appearance of the auto show at the Birum-OIson company, 316 North Federal avenue, as the auto show opened. The showrooms were redecorated and F. J. Olson, dealer, announced Thursday that there was a pleasing response to the arrangements made particularly for the show. Mr. Olson is dealer for the Buick and Oldsmobile cars. "Many persons have aleady been in to see our exhibition and we expect an even larger crowd for the duration of the show," said E. H. Wagner of the Wagner Motor company. The Wagner firm, dealers of Lincoln Zephyr and Ford, has a novel display showing the various parts of a car used years ago as compared with the parts used today. Two factory demonstrators from Des Moines were on hand to give those in attendance demonsrations. A special Packard cabriolet was on display at Tom Summerhays company, 120 Delaware avenue northeast. The Summerhays firm GOOD WILL TRIPS BEING PLANNED Northwood, Clarion, Charles City and Emmetsburg Considered. Four good will trips arc being planned by the Mason City Chamber of Commerce this spring, according to an announcement in the April news bulletin of the organization. "The localities in which each will probably center are Northwood, Charles City. Clarion and Emmetsburg," the 'bulletin stated. "One of Mason City's bands will probably feature each trip." Presbyterians to Hold Open House on Friday According to the custom of the past lew years the First Presbyterian church will observe Good Friday with open house. The doors of the church will be open at 8 a. m. and will remain open until 8:30 o'clock in the evening. The pastor the Rev. George K. Dairies, will be present during the entire day with the exception of the half hour period he speaks in the community service in the First Congregational church.. The purpose of this observance is to give the members of the church an opportunity for meditation and prayer, to partake of the communion, to present themselves or the children in the sacrament of baptism, or for consultation of personal problems with the pastor. Helps for meditation and prayer will be available as the individual members enter. At 7:30 p. m. an informal service will close the day of silence and of meditation, the pastor speaking "The Finished-Work of Our Lord." also has the agency for the Hudson and Terraplane. Late models of the Studebaker were on display at the North Iowa Motor company, 520 North Federal avenue. CROSSED EYES CAN BE STRAIGHTENED WITHOUT AN OPERATION 15% of crossed eye cases respond to our Optometric methods, easily, quickly and inexpensively. CHILDREN PROM THREE TO TEN YEARS RESPOND QUICKLY. The older the harder. Take care of your child NOW. Dr. J, H, Lepper, Optometrist "CROSSEDEYE SPECIALIST" 10 First Street S. E. Y- ;Tonight, Friday, Saturday, in These j Mason City Dealers' SHOWROOMS! Birum-OIson Co. BU1CK-OLDSMOB1LE 316 North Federal Avenue Jewel Motors, Inc. DE SOTO-PLYMOUTH 10 Fourth Street N. E, North Iowa Motor Co. STUDEBAKER 520 North Federal Avenue Folsom Auto Co. GRAHAM 722 South Federal Are. Lapiner Motor Co. DODGE-PLYMOUTH 125 South Delaware Avenue Tom Summerhays Co. Packard-Hudson-Terroplonc 120 North Delaware Avenue John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC 27 Second Street Southeast J. H. Marston CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH 19 Third Street Northeast Wagner Motor Co. FORD V-8 202 First Street Southeast Admission is Free

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