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March 17, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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·I - f. 1 IP ' 3 12 GARNER PUPILS GIVEN TROPHIES Reward Winners in Declamatory Test for 8th Graders GARNER--Attractive cups especially carved for the occasion by Chet Stille, grade school custodian, were awarded to three winners at an annual eighth grade declamatory contest attended by a good sized crowd at the senior high school Wednesday night. In oratorical division John Suurballe placed first and Richard Daniels second. In dramatic Maebelle Sebers was first and Hazel Hull second. Winners in the humorous division were Bobby Katter, first, and Gladys Kahler, second. Others of the 28 contestants in declamatory work who reached the public finals were Ruth Trafford, Phyllis Ulrich, Alonzo Doll and Junior Wenck. Judges were Miss Gladys Cooper, speech instructor, Supt. R. C. Wood and County Supt. J. R. Baggs. Their decisions were announced by Grade School Principal Charles Tompkins. All contestants were coached by Miss Lola Hanson of the grade school faculty. Boyken Is Elected President of Bank at Titonka Meeting T I T O W K A--William Boyken was elected president of the Titonka Savings bank at the directors meeting Tuesday evening. He succeeds the late Boyd S. Pannkuk. Other elections were E. J. Van Ness, of Algona, vice president; Edward Boyken, cashier, and Carl Giesking, director. H. L. Krantz is the other member o£ the board of directors. Monthly Meeting of W. C. T. U. Is Staged PLYMOUTH -- T h e monthly meeting of the local W. C. T. XT. was Thursday afternoon with G. A. Reynolds, Mrs. Ella Griffeth, president, in charge. Mrs. Belle Hodson gave the lesson, assisted by other members. Low Bus Rates Round trip New York $30.8 D Koand trip San Francisco .. ¥52.40 Round trip Omaha S 7.65 Round trip Denver 523.85 Round trip St. Louis S13.90 Round trip Miami $14.10 Round trip Chicago $10.80 · Use bus express prepaid, C. O. D. and collect. Jefferson Transportation COMPANY BtJS Depot at 16 First Street Southwest, Phone 87. Mrs. Sam Wesson Is Elected President of Garner Society GARNER --The Women's Missionary society of the local United Presbyterian c h u r c h met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Clint Arvin in her home. Mrs. C. H. Schissel presided and Mrs. Clint Daniels served as secretary. Officers elected were Mrs. Sam Wesson, president; Mrs. Orvilla Johnston, vice president; Mrs. Clark Pollock, secretary, and Miss Matie Pollock, treasurer. Mrs. Bay Ford gave a lesson on stewardship which she said meant giving the tithe and was as imperative as one of the ten com* mandments. Algona Youth Bound to Grand Jury on Charge of Larceny ALGONA -- Bernard Speraw, Algona youth, was bound over to the Kossuth grand jury Thursday by Justice of Peace P. A. Danson on charges of larceny from a motor vehicle. His bond was set at $500 which was furnished. A petty larceny charge against him was dropped. He is charged with stealing a tire from a car belonging to the Kossuth Motor company. Damage Is Caused by Blaze at Manly MANLY--A fire at the Nels Brunsvold home Thursday morning was extinguished by the fire department with only a few square feet of roof destroyed, but quite a bit of damage was done to bedroom furnishings and plastering from the wafer. The house is owned by A. E. Kimmell. Home Music Contest Is Held at Corwith C OH W I T H --Jean Merriam placed first in ihe alto division and Virginia Walley won first place in the mezzo soprano class in the home music contest held at the Corwith high school auditorium Wednesday evening. They will compete in the subdistrict contest to be held in Hurt. Contestants in other classes were unable to appear in the contest because of illness. 25 ATTEND MEETING BRISTOW--Twenty-five women assembled at the Mrs. J. J. Gough home Wednesday afternoon for the W. F. M. S. meeting. Mrs. Edward McGeachey had charge of the program and presented the lesson. AUXILIARY MEETS MANLY--The Ladies auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Hallway Trainmen met in the Legion club rooms Wednesday. SCHOOL BARN SOLD DUMONT--The old liverybarn built over 30 years ago for Norman brothers, and owned by the consolidated school district and used as a garage for school buses, was sold at auction Wednesday to Frank Ritzman for $165. FREE OIL SATURDAY, MAR. 18 2 Quarts Coryall--70--Motor Oil FREE with purchase of 6 or man gallant Coryell--70--G«»ollns. [QRY!U70-PRODU[TS STflTION 804 SO. FEDERAL NOTICE! To Our Customers Our Plant Is Open and Operating As Usual PHONE 788 If You Wish Us to Call - Marshall " Svoift- JL CUEAN1ERS · FURRIERS J . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FRIDAY, MAHCH 17, 1939 Used Car" Dealers Plan Sales Campaign MARCH 18-25 IS SET ASIDE FOR OFFERING 'BUYS' Plans Discussed at "Used Car Week" Smoker at Hanford Dealers, salesmen, finance and advertising men of Mason City engaged in one of the fastest moving, fastest changing busi- lesses of the day, the automobile jusiness, discussed problems and alans for a "Used Car Week," March 18-25 at a smoker held at the Hotel Hanford Thursday night. A. B. Chambers of Des Moines, sne of the outstanding automobile Businessmen of Iowa, and the president of the Iowa Automobile Dealers association, was the guest speaker of the evening. "In dollars and cents, we take in as much from the used car lot as from the new car salesroom, but the major problem in the automobile business today is still the used car business," said Mr. Chambers. Likes Used Cars "My early training helped me to like the used car business," said Mr. Chambers. "It is a source of cash revenue and it is not necessary for a dealer fo borrow money in the used car. business. "It is necessary for a dealer to have an ample stock of diversified makes and models'. He must also have outstanding facilities for displaying his merchandise the same as any other merchant. This helps to build confidence. "A used car dealer must also have a well-planned advertising campaign. It is impossible to write good advertising, however, if you don*t know what to write that will appeal to the prospective buyer." Gives Advice Mr. Chambers warned dealers not to scatter their advertising dollars, but to bang away on one shmg and dominate one medium He suggested that the dealers lean over backwards to get suspicion out of the buyer's mind and to remember that decisions are no onger so much a matter of price for about 30 per cent of the minds' o£ the buyers are made up be; ore they ever step on the used Forty per cent of the used cars are sold at night, according to Mr Chambers. He suggested that many good prospects are to be found off the used car lot and that new car salesmen must also sell late model cars. Need Flexibility You must have adequate finance arrangements that allow flexibility with which to make deals. Watch your standing in the community and keep the good will of your customers." Lee P. Loomis, publisher of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, spoke Jnefly on salesmanship and advertising and said that resource- :ulness and enthusiasm was needed to succeed in the selling game :oday. Clayton Hart of Hart Motors Inc., outlined plans for "Used Car Week" and Paul Pritchard of the Pritchard Motor company was in charge of the meeting. A Dutch lunch was served following the meeting. Leadership Training Class Is Conducted CORWITH--Mrs. J. C. Buthman of Algona, district president o£ the Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church, conducted a leadership training class at the home of Mrs. \V. H. Perkins Wednesday. Mrs. C. A. Applegate president of the Corxvith Auxiliary to the Missionay society and members attended the class and enjoyed a pot luck dinner at noon. A single bird colony on one of the Chincha islands off Peru has a,000,OOD members and is estimated to consume a thousand tons of fish a day. " · - " * » * » ir it -iv x yc t Auto Dealers Discuss Sales Event These Mason City dealers met at the Hotel Hanford Thursday evenlnr and "Used Car Week," March 18-25. Left to right the dealers are: Front row--Clayton Hart Hart Motors Inc.; Paul, Pntchard, Pritchard Motor company; Jay A. Folsom, Folsom Auto companj'; A. B. Chambers, president of the Iowa Automobile Dealers association, Des Moines: back row--R A. Walker In- ternationa! Harvester company; Earl K. Chaffin, the Car Market; Ralph Zenor, Zenor Motor company; and Harold Hood and C. G. Stoner, Cerro Gordo Nash company. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving ) Slumgiillion Party at Erametsburg on Thursday Evening EMMETSBURG -- The local Leonard-Hea-O'Brjen post of the American Eegion will sponsor a "Slumgullion Party" in the Legion hall on Thursday evening, it was announced here Thursday. All ex-service men in 1 Palo Alto county will be invited to attend the 6:30 o'clock dinner. Members of the committee in charge o£ the plans are Commander Gene Carney, Earl Godden and Phil Bough. Anniversary Party of Legion Held by St. Ansgar Auxiliary ST. ANSGAR--At the Legion rooms the local post was given a 20th anniversary party by the Auxiliary Wednesday evening. The evening was spent in games and conversation. A lunch was served featuring a large birthday cake decorated by Mrs, Rose Mueller, using the Legion colors. Later in the evening those present listened to the national broadcast in honor of the anniversary. Declamatory Test Planned at Joice JOICE--An elimination declamatory contest will be held Wednesday afternoon beginning at 1 o'clock at the Joice Independent school. Primary, intermediate and upper grades will take part. A contest for the high school students will be held at a later date. CAR OVERTURNS EAST OF ALGONA Two Occupants of Automobile Escape , Serious Injuries ALGONA--The car owned by Mrs. AnnaJanssen of Bancroft was badly wrecked late Wednesday afternoon and the occupants in the car escaped serious injury when the car hit a double pavement dip four miles east of Algona on highway 18 and rolled over several times. Ted Johnson of Bancroft was a passenger in the car. He and the driver were traveling west and were enroute to Emmetsburg to attend a cattle sale. They were traveling about 40 miles an hour and as the car hit the first dip, apparently something broke underneath the car and the driver lost control. A witness following the car said it overturned six times on the highway and then rolled over again several times in the ditch. When the car stopped it was headed in the opposite direction and was beside the fence across the ditch. The men in the car received minor cuts and bruises. VIrs. Vern Kenney intertains Group KANAWHA --Mrs. Vern Kenney entertained guests Tuesday afternoon at a luncheon. The alt- 'rnoon was spent playing bridge. Mrs. Gilligan had high score and VIrs. Converse won the traveling prize. VIrs. Oscar Hanson Addresses Legion thering in Hall School Election HeldatColwell COLWELL -- The school election ot the Colwell consolidated school resulted in 'the election of Ray Sweet and H. J. Blewelt to succeed Hugh Carter and Louis Bilharz as directors. Other members of the board are Earl Kiess, Frank Weatherall and Donald Duncan. "Bobby" Is- Given for Plymouth Audience PLYMOUTH -- The comedy, "Bobby," wss given Thursday night at the school auditorium to a large audience. iBELMOND CLUB MEETS BELMOND -- Kensington club met Wednesday afternoon at the home o£ Mrs. Cora Evans. NATIONAL CIGAR STORE JACK TOUNG'S ORIGINAL CUT RATE CIGAR STORE 329 South Federal SATURDAY and SUNDAY SPECIALS Bull Durham 2c P. A., Velvet, Kentucky Club, Big Ben, Half and Half. 2 cans 17c Union Leader, Model, Granger, Geo. Washington. 2 for.. 13c Target Tobacco, pkg. 6c Home Comfort. 3 for 21c Thrill Cigarets, pkg. lOc King Edward Cigars 3 for 5c Union Leader, large 45c P. A., Velvet, Ib 59c Granger, 16 oz. can 49c BRIAR PIPES 50c Values 13c ALL ONE DOLLAR PIPES 69c Pipe Filters 6c Dial Tobacco, pkg. ... 6c Bugler, 3 for lOc Candy Bars 2 for 5c Cob Pipes 2c PIPE REPAIRING AND PIPES CUSTOM MADE TO YOUR ORDER! Watch Our Window for Further Specials Ga EAGLE GROVE--There were over 100 at the joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary at Legion hall Thursday evening. Presentation of the colors was followed by a program, with Mrs R. C. Allbaugh, ·unit president, as presiding officer, which included Cello solos given by Mrs. Bruce Middleton, with accompaniments by Mrs. Burdeite Middleton; selections by the Legion Auxiliary quartet, composed of Mrs. J. R Christensen, Mrs. John Potgeter Mrs. M. E. MacNaugh'ton anc Mrs. E. C. Johnson; an address by Mrs. Oscar Hanson of Sioux City state president of the Legion Auxiliary. Lunch was served and a social evening, with dancing, followed. A birthday cake,-.commemorating the 80th birthday anniversary of the Legion, was presented to Post Commander Chris Jergenson, ty Dickie Johnson and Jimmie Heard, sons of Veterans. Home Butchering Is Discussed at Luverne Meeting LUVERNE--"Home' Butchering in Iowa," and the uses of canned cured and frozen meats were the subjects under discussion at the regular, meeting of the Farm Bureau ladies at the home of Mrs Will Murray Thursday afternoon The annual achievement day will be held at the M. E. church at Humboldt March 28 and plans were made for it. Mrs. Guy Trauger. Mrs. M. J Kisch and Mrs. E. C. Ditmering are the leaders of this group anc Mrs. Murray is co-operalor and supervises the district meetings. NEW PROGRAMS INAUGURATED "Exchange" Speakers Appear at Forest City and Garner GARNER--Exchange programs are being inaugurated this year by the Forest City Woman's club and the Garner Woman's club. Tuesday afternoon the Rev. V. V. Schuldt, pastor of the Garner Methodist church, spoke on. "The Growing Mission of Our Mental Hospitals" before the Forest City club. He was accompanied there by Mrs. Charles Tompkins, president of the Garner Woman's club, and Mrs. Edwin Bock, program chairman. Tuesday night Mrs. J. L. Rendahl o£ the Forest City club and wife ot the president of Waldorf college, will give' a review of Anne Morrow Lindberg"s book, "Listen the Wind," at a regular meeting of the Garner Woman's club in the C. D. of A. hall. Sheep in Goodell Vicinity Killed, Injured by Dogs GOODELL--Stray dogs killed and injured a number of sheep belonging to Verdie Anderson Wednesday night. Algona Attorney Is Candidate for State Position With J.C.C. ALGONA--At a meeting of the Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce held Thursday evening at the Legion hall plans were made for the delegates to attend the state meeting to fae held in Des Moines April 14 and 15. Robert J. Harrington, Algona attorney, is a candidate for state vice president. Mr. Harrington is past president of the Algona chamber. Happy Birthday Club of Fenton in Session FENTON--The Happy Birthday club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Chris Thompson. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Delbert Long and Mrs. Dale Long. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Sam Torkelson, Mrs.' Bill Juhl and Mrs. Art Juhl. Hostesses were Mrs. Bertel Berkeland and Mrs. A. J. Kennedy. ATTENDS FUNERAL GOODELL--Clifford Estle went to Ackley Wednesday to attend the funeral o£ his niece, Mrs. H. Bryant. COMPLETE Optical Service GOOD LOOKS ... Are Preserved by Relieving Eye Strain and Avoiding Wrinkles. M A C E S Smith Optical Co.' / 1 lAiT S I A T E WE ARE LEADING WITH FBICES, OTHERS FOLLOW CORN COUNTRY, BROOKFIELD, DECKER'S IOWANA, FIRST GRADE BUTTER Pound Decker's Pure Pork, Breakfast Link I Decker's Fresh Country Style Pork SAUSAGE, Ib.. 12' 2 c [SAUSAGE, Ib.. 12»ic 100% Pure, Bulk or Package Pound Lard, Ib... 7c Fresh Dressed, 4-7 Ib. Avrg. Pound Chickens, l?c Sliced, Sugar Cured 2-lb. Pkg. Bacon... 25c Fresh Ground Hamburger and Sausage No Cereal or Wafer Added Tender Beef Pot Roast, Ib. 13c Veal Chops, Steak, Roait I Picnic Style Pork 15c Roast, Ib. 13c BARBECUE BEEF SPARE RIBS, Ib. 20c SHORT RIBS. Ib. lOc Salmon Steak Haddock Fillets Bullheads . . . 'Lb. 5-Pound Box Best Buy -- Tax Paid Bacon... 55c I Oleo, Ib.. 16c TENDER JUICY BABY BEEF STEAK Lb 15c PIGS FEET, SAUERKRAUT, NECK BONES, Ib. Shop With Confidence National Tea CO. Quality Market Again, Those Mild, Tendered Picnics Hormels Dairy Brand Fancy Heavy Breed Extra Nice Chickens Light Weights, Ib.... 14c Lb. PORK ROAST Picnic Style, 4 to 7 Pounds u, 12»ic Bailey Re-Elected Head of Creamery NEW HAMPTON--Paul Bailey was re-elected president of the Williamstown creamery association at its annual meeting. Clarence Burgart was elected vice president; Clarence Burmaster, secretary; Arthur Kolthoff assistant secretary; J. p. Rigler, treasurer, and Fred Budweg, treasurer. Good, Tender Beef Steak Sirloin, T-Bones, Ib.. . i. Beef Center Curs Choice Sugar Cured BACON SQUARES Pound BOILED HAM 29c SENIOR PICTURES TAKEN DOUGHERTY--The members of the senior class of St. Patrick's school had their pictures taken in Mason City on Friday. The seven graduates this year are Marie Mullen, Helen Ewens, Theresa Dolan. Robert Logan, Martin Barnrick. Vincent Barr and Donald Boyle. t Round Bone Lean Pork Steak Pound Large, Juicy Frankfurters or Ring Bologna, Lb. Center Cuts Lean PORK Shoulder Roast, Lb. SPARE RIBS F ;rjr 9 Lb 12'zC Dry, Former Style Summer Sausage, Ib. All Beef Hamburger Pork Sausage, Ib. Creamed Cottage Cheese Fresh Pork Hocks, Ib. SUGAR CURED, SLICED, 5-LB. BOX BACON ENDS 55c Pure Beet SUGAR, 10 Ibs.. 46c "Come Again" FLOUR, 49-lb. Bag National C^« B R E A D , 24 ox. L o a f . . 5 C lb.9c B G I CREAMED COTTAGE J MUTTON Cheese, Ib. 6c Roast, Ib.. 9c

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