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March 18, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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20 MASON CITY, GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 18 1931 Clear Bake, Glofoe^Gazette^ HELEN HEND RICKS . Newa Editor Residence Phone S40W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEE DEW1GG1NS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 P,T, ft, GROUP HEARS IRONS Superintendent's M e e t at Detroit Is Reviewed by School Chief. CLEAR LAKE, March 18.--Adult education thru the organ of the Parent-Teachers association was stressed by R. B. Irons, Mason City school superintendent, before the Clear Lake parents 'and teachers Tuesday night at the high school. His report of the. convention of school superintendents at Detroit was;an interesting bit which seriously emphasized the c'6-operation of the school with the home. The address given by Commander Byrd to the school children was a three hour, stretch for which every listener remained to the end, Mr. Irons stated. Supt. C. A. Pease sang several selections, accompanied by Mrs. Pease. They were "A Brown Bird Singing,", by Hayden Wood, and "A Little Irish Girl," by Herman Lohr. The girls' glee club also sang a selection, "Beauteous Moon," accompanied by Miss Feme Heiny. A record crowd attended. Elks Lodge Conducts Services for Sirrine Girl Elected President of Honor Group New Chapter of National Honor Society Formed at High School. CLEAR LAKE, March 18.---The newly organized Semper Fidelia chapter of the National Honor so- · ciety at the Clear Lake high school met Tuesday afternoon to elect officers. Dorothy Drew was elected president; Helen, Wurtzer, vice president; Charlotte Ames, secretary; and Miss Vivien Peterson, treasurer. Marlys Knutson and Thorkel Sondrol were placed on the program committee. The group is made up, of senior students.. The .charter has been received and orders have been sent for the honorary :keys to be worn 'by individual members. Pioneer Resident of Mason City and Clear Lake Buried. CLEAR LAKE, March 18.--Simplicity marked the funeral services for S. A. Sirrine this afternoon, who had been prominent in tha development of. both Clear Lake, and Mason City. In presence of ,a few invited friends and members of the Elk lodge the Rev.. R. L, Jackson, Mason City, offered a prayer at the Sirrine home, North Third street and burial was made in the Clear Lak« cemetery. Members of the Elk's chapter at Mason City were pallbearers--Eel Thompson, Charles Cook, G. Grupp and H. Determan, Mason City and B. J. Clausen and Wesley Hill. Clear Lake. The only out-of-town relative present was Mrs. Susie Aldrlch, Mlneapolis, Minn., a niece. if. 2 10WANS URGED TO FILL VACANCY ON FARM BOARD Hearst and -Wallis Among Men Hoover May'Appoint ; in Legge's Place. By RADFORD E. MOBLEY Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, March 18.--Two lowans have been urged upon President Hoover for appointment to the federal farm board vacancy, causec by resignation of former Chairmat Alexander Legge, it was learned here today. They are Charles E. Hearst, president of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation and J. A. Wallis of Derango Wallis is a former president of the Iowa Dairy association. An Omaha banker, Walter, Head, prominent In Washington news of past months thru a campaign to place him in the chairmanship of the republican 'national committee and thru his part in the Nye committee investigation, has also been suggested to the president as a business representative of the board. . · Want Money Man. So pronounced has become .the agitation from large financial interests for the selection of a man to represent them, that serious efforts have been made to procure appointment of Bernard Baruch, New York magnate and democratic angel of long standing-. There la little probability, however,' _J;he president would name Baruch, even if he turned to financial circles to fill the membership vacancy, according to those conversant with the situation Hence, friends of Head see a strong likelihood that he will' turn to the Omahan. \ Others whose names have been presented to the president, it was learned from other sources, include: Earl Smith, president of the Illinois Agricultural'association. George Jewett, Chicago banker and former president of the Pacific Northwest Wheat Growers' association. Lang Suggested. The name of F. W. Lang, president of the St. Louis First National bank was presented to the president by C. B. Denman, livestock member of the board, last week, but since that time Lang's wife has become seriously ill, probably removing him as a pjrofepective appointee. There is little prospect that any announcement in the matter come from the white house before President Hoover returns from his vacation expedition to the Caribbean. The present view is that no choice will be made within the month. Those who have discussed the matter with him indicate that the appointment is worrying Mr. Hoover more than any he has made within recent months, and that considerable time will be spent in studying the available candidates. · No Recommendation. The meeting in Chicago this week of the board of the American Farm Bureau federation will probably result in that organization selecting the candidate it will proffer for the president's consideration. Chester Gray, Washington representative o£ , the federation, said today no Farm Bureau recommendation has been made. Past precedent would indicate that the federation will submit number of names. The pressure for the appointment of a "business, representative," on j %££, ; tK as furnishing a link with large busl| ness. . In view of the stock market terprises of the board this agita lion has now developed to such point that writers of "inside" f nancial information here were dls| cussing the prospect in their "let! ters" this week. Bladder Weakness! , the board has become acute since the resignation of Chairman Legge, whose connections with the International Harvester were regarded K Getting tTp NiGhta, Bacltaclte,! frequent day calls, Leg-Pains. Neri-S ouaness, or Burning, due to function- t al Bladder Irritation; in acid eoncu- tlons, makes you feel tlrod, depresses and discouraged, try the Cystex Te»f-' ·Works fast, starts circulating tn the system in 15 minutes. Praises thousands for rapid and positive action. Don't give up. Try Cystes. (pronounced Slss-tex) today, under the Iron-Clad Guarantee. Muat quickly allay these conditions, 1mprove rest-. g il sleep and energy, or money 1 nlv 60c at · / BRADY DRUG CO. S. A. SIRRINE Clear Lake Briefs Wash or alemlte any car--f 1. De Bruyn Super Service. Guests at the p. A. King home Wednesday were Mrs. King's mother and brother, M. Albert and Mrs. Albert, EsthervUle. Mr. -and Mrs. H. P. Monplasure have rented the B. H. Rich apartment at.the Rogers hotel. Mr. Mon- plasure 'is deputy state game warden. Mra. L. P. Miller, Mr*. G. L. Costigan, Mrs. J. J. Guyer, Mrs. Clinton Starks, Mrs. B. B. Sapp, Buffalo Center, and Mrs. Clara Olson, county superintendent of ' Winnebago school, Forest City, were guests of the Eastern Star Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs; C. A.' Pea'e, North Second street. The group attended the district school of instruction of the Eastern Star. John Irtingren, employe' of the Peoples' Gas and Electric company, 3s confined to his home on Division street. He was Injured Monday while helping trim trees. A branch fell on him, bruising one side of his body. ' · . · · Mrs. R. M. Cole, Des Moine", Is a house-guest of the H. D. Cole home, Jefferson street. Mr. and Mrs. X«o Stork, Milton Patterson and Mra. Arthur Choate left yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. 1 John Patterson at Bloomington, Wis. Mrs. Patterson is a sister-in-law of Mrs. P. J. Patterson, Clara street. F. O. Paul, residing north of Clear Lake, who has been in poor health lately, has entered' the Park hospital, Mason City, for. treatment. State Officers Are Guests of Lake Lodge CLEAR LAKE, March 18.--Ward Ferguson, grand keeper of the ree- ords and seals, Des Moines, was the honored guest at the regular session of the Knights of Pythias. Forv mulation of definite plans for the state convention which will be held in Clear Lake in September was started. Mrs Wiley, grand keeper for the Pythian Sisters, also was present to make plans for the Pythian Sisters meet at' the same time. The lodge meeting was preceded by a dinner at the Lions cafe. First Lake Bridge Fete Is Success CLEAR LAKE, March 18.--The first of a series of summer card parties to be staged for members of the. Clear Lake ' Country club proved to be a great success Tuesday afternoon. Covers were laid for 36 persons at the luncheon which Was carried out .in St. Patrick colors. . I Mrs. A.JBeecher, Mason City, and Mrs. Thomas McMahon, Garner, received the prizes . for high scores. Punch was served during the afternoon by -the club management. Guests were present from Garner, Manly, Britt, Mason City and Clear Lake. · . Mrs. H. N. Halvorson, Mrs. W. B. Mime, Mrs. Marion Humphrey and Mrs. W. C. Carroll were the committee in charge of the affair. Former Lake Couple Are Parents of Daughter CLEAR LAKE, March 18.---Friday the thirteenth, not only brot a daughter to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisher, former Clear Lake teachers now living at Boone, but also success to '"Bud" Fisher's Barbers and Smokers Tie for Honors Barbers Win in Last Round 6 to 0; Perkins and Wolford's Lose. CLEAR LAKE, March IS.--The Royal Barbers downed the Jeffersoo smokers Tuesday night at the Community building in the outstanding- game of the league series. The barbers and smokers are now tied, for the first birth in the moonlight league. The winners broke thru the Jefferson aggregation in only one inning when six scores were brot in. Almost a pitching duel was featured in the other innings. The winners netted 16 safe hits and the opponents seven. Boyle H. Christensen, G. Nelson, R. -Nelson and Paul Nelson and Mel! Jacobson starred for the barbers. The clash between Perkins dairy and Findson's 4-H club boys was a'fast game the club boys getting the breaks for a 4 to 0 victory. The Farmers Co-Ops took a lopsided game from the Wolforda. The feature game for Monday night is between the Royal Barbers and the Jefferson Smoke shop. The games preceding are Kenyon's vs. Perkins; Findson's 4-H vs. Pitsor. Tuesday's games are Kennedy vs. Wolford; Bryson vs. Farmer's Co- Ops; and Ritz vs. loser of Royal Barbers and Jefferson Smokers. Team standings: W. L. Royal Barbers - 8 2 Jefferson 8 2 4-H Club (1 4 Farmers' Co-Ops 5 5 Perkins 1 9 high school cagera. Saturday the hoys shot their way to winning the sectional tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher have one other child, a boy. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Lodge Group Meets CLEAR LAKE, March 18.--The Rebekah social circle will meet Friday afternoon at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mra. J. H. Miller will chairman the refreshment committee which will serve at 6*'o'clock. Plan Dinner Party CLEAR LAKE,_March 18.--Thirty invitations have been issued by Mrs. Rex Shannon, Garner, for a dinner party to be.held at the Clear Lake Country club. Thursday--Rotary club meets at the I. 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. Daughters of Union Veterans meets at the I. O. O. F. hall. Friday--U. T. B. club meets at the home of Mrs. John Scherf.. Style show and dance at the Com* munity building. Rebekah social circle meets at the I. O. O. F. hall hi afternoon, lodge Plana Program CLEAR LAKE, March 18.--The daughters of Union Veterans plan a program to precede the regular session Thursday night at the L O. O. F. hall. · ' PARK THEATER CLEAR LAKE Wednesday - * "VIENNESE NIGHTS" · Thursday and Friday "SIT TIGHT" SCHALL REFUSES TO COMPROMISE Attempt to Settle Minnesota JudgesKip Deadlock With .Hoover Fails. WASHINGTON, March 18. UP)-Negotiations to settle differences between the Hoover administration and Senator Schall 'over ,,the appointment of a Minnesota judge were opened today but failed to overcome the impasse. After a conference with the president the Minnesota senator said he had gained the distinct impression that Mr. Hoover Intended to re-submit the name of Gunnar Nordbye, for the judgeship. "H he does," Schall said, "he will be beaten. I will never cease my opposition to Nordbye." Before his conference with Schall, President Hoover conferred with Attorney General Mitchell who began the fight between the administration and Schall,by refusing to recommend the appointment of Ernest Michel, Schall's selection for the Judgeship. AT THE HOSPITALS F. C. Paul, Clear Lake, was admitted to Park hospital for treat- ment'Tuesday. Mary McChesney, . 201 Taylor avenue southwest, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. A seven pound three and one- half ounce son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. R.' Dry, Clear Lake, at Mercy.hospital Tuesday. T. Haukness, 1324 Charles place northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Tuesday. He was able to leave the same day. J. C. Christianson, 408 Fifteenth street southeast, who underwent a major operation'at Park hospital, was dismissed Tuesday. A seven pound one ounce son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lee, Ventura, at Mercy hospital Tuesday. Helen Rouch, 127 West State street, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Wednesday. Mrs. W. T. Lane, 368 Adams avenue southwest, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Wednesday. MIER WOLF FIRM HAS OPEN HOUSE Large Number Crowd in to Learn Tickets Have Been Seized. Mier Wolf and Sons furniture store held open house Tuesday evening, with close to 2,000 persons crowding into the establishment and on the street in front of the building. t The management informed the throng that it was impossible to carry out the plan of givipg away an automobile for the reason that a representative from the atorncy creneral's office had seized the tickets. The announcement of this was in effect the same as the one carried by the Wolf company in a Globe- Gazete advertisement Tuesday evening. The hearing on the forfeiture of the tickets will be one of the first cases in the April term of court, it was announced. Jubilee Week's Outstanding Event! Come Early DAY ·March 19 Think! On Dollar Day...any item... or any order usually sold on Time Payments in Ward stores, amounting to $20 or more, up to $1OO... for... See for Yourself These Outstanding Jubilee Values Rayon Lingerie! 2 for $1 bloomers, Step- ins, Vests Pantj- ies! Of. run-resistant r a y o n . Lace- - trimmed a n d t a i l o r e d styles. The SpRfrf With Which They've Sold Proves Their Worth! Chiffon Hose 88c Full Fashioned,*, all silk, dull finish. Picot tops, ·French h e e l s . Variety of new shades. ' Jubilee Week's - the Time to Fill Up Your Linen Closet: Hemmed Sheet AND PILLOW CASE, both for $1.00 Of strong firm weave, bleached. Size 81x90 .inches.' Priced'low for Jubilee Week! Re-curtain Every Room -- at Jubilee Week Savings! Spring Curtains 59c Panels, 6-Piece Cottage, Ruffled, and C$ij3S;Cross Seta '.in^-inarquls- i ette^,and_ '^dotted scrim^Many 'co.V ors. Tubfast. A Sensational Saving on Nationally Advertised Cannon Towels 17c 6 for $1.00 H e a v y double- loop weave -; in white- with fancy. ; colored^ bo_rd Sizes' 20x40 I es. SAVE! Windsor Gyrator! With Porcelain Enameled Tub! JUBILEE SPECIAL- 32 Weekly Small Carrying Charge Dollar Day finds the new .Windsor priced at a saving of from 530 to 550! 6 to 8 sheet capacity . . . Lovell-Wringer . . . Tri-Vane Agitator. Only a limited number! Hurry for yours! MEN'S Dress Shirts Men's "Crusader" Broadcloth Shirts in plain and fancy patterns and all whites. Stay-Rite collars, pearl buttons, box centers, square-cut tails, fine stitching. Double Pre-Shrunk! One ol the Reasons We're Winning 1,700,000 New Friends! S p r i n g C o a t s In the Rough Woolens So Smart for Easter! All Specially Priced They herald Spring with their smart belted waistlines, clever sleeves, fabric scarves. The basket weaves, sports tweeds, and wool crepes are the newest fabrics and they come in black, navy and two-tone mixtures. See them in this specially planned, specially priced showing on Dollar Day! Women's and Misses' sizes. DOLLAR DAY* SPECIAL! 5 Packages Monette Sanitary Napkins, an outstand- (t»1 ing Jubilee buy at «P 1 36-inch Percale, Regular 13c a yard quality. -I O tfjl Save n o w . . . . 1** yds. «P*- Unbleached Muslin, 36 inches wide. Eeduced I O (j»1 from 13c a yd. ».L yds. v.i Sheet, 2 Pillow Cases 81x90 sheet, 42x36 pillow cases. A real tf*! bargain V !·- 5 Pairs Men's Sox, Mercerized cotton. E e g u 1 a r 25c a pair C Cl quality tJ» pairs «K a Boys' Fancy Golf Sox . . . . sturdy-wearing and stylish. Greatly q d»1 reduced J pairs «P *· Lunch Kit. Vacuum Bottle and cup within. Of (£1 blue enameled steel «j) A Portable Oven With Burner. Easy to carry and set d*! up. 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