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April 23, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 23 193* 96,931 POUNDS OF FISH SEINED Taken From Four Lakes and Sold, Report of S. P. Bauer Shows. SPIRIT LAKE, April 23. UP--A total of 96,931 pounds of objectionable fish were seined from Clear Lake, Black Hawk Lake and Trumbull Lake, Lake Storm during March, the monthly report of S. P. Eaur, state fish culturist in charge of the fisheries division of the Iowa fish and game commission, shows. The state was paid ?2,533.94 for the fish in sales. The money was used to pay for seining^operatio:ts. .The distribution of fish during 'that month was .confined to stocking trout streams in eastern Iowa where 3,000 adult rainbow and brown trout were placed in streams. Fire, Originated by Explosion, Destroys 300 Chickens at Rudd RUDD, April 23.--The chicken house belonging to John Mpeller burned Friday night. The chickens were sick and fumigating was being done when an explosion occurred, setting fire to the chickenhouse and killing 300 full grown chickens. One chicken was in the grove, and that is the only one left. The Nora Springs fire department was called and helpers came so the other buildings were saved. The Moellers live four miles north and one and one- half miles cast of Rudd. Record Books, Explained. FAULKNER, April 23--About 85 corn-hog contract signers attended ·a meeting at the Faulkner church Friday evening. Agent Manning . ; Eowell, assisted by Miss Dorothy McKee of Hampton gave instructions on keeping the farm record book. Mitchell Teachers Get Increase in Salaries MITCHELL, April 23.--Contracts were offered to and signed by'all teachers in the Mitchell Consolidated school. A small raise hi salary was given to all. The teachers are Supt. L. D. Hungerford, Coach Darrell Maxson, Principal Ruth White of Cresco, Miss Gladys Skuster of Mitchell, Miss Irma Ward of Wesley, Miss Marie Smes- rud of St. Ansgar and Miss Gadys Vai Etten of Independence. DAVE EVANS TO OPPOSEBOUSKfl Will Seek Legislative Post on Program of Opposition to New Sales Tax. CRBSCO, April 23.--Dave M. Evans, implement dealer here, has announced his candidacy for the republican nomination as Howard county representative in the state legislature. Opposition to the newly enacted sales t:ix will be one of the principal planks in his platform. Joseph Bouska of Protivin, democratic representative in the legislature al present, supported the tax bill. Mr. Evans is the son of B. R. Evans, who founded the implement business here in 1888. The father and son conducted the business together for a number of years an-i Mr. Evans has been its proprietor since 1927. Ho is widely known throughout North Iowa by reason of his connection with the Adams road machinery company. Mr. Evans is the first republican to announce for countv representative. Commencement Exercises Ensign Will Give Address at Northwood May 24; Mitchell Grads to Hear DeLong of Nora Springs: Nagelstead on Bancroft Program; Rockwell Plans Exercises May 17; Harshbarger to Talk at Burt and Grant at Geneva. NORTHWOOD, April 23.--For-1 mond Carter, Dale Kennedy, Darre Ivo Frane Gundulic was the most celebrated lUyrian (Croatian) poet of earlier times. PAINT VALUES! NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS ONLY 5 Foot STEP LADDER HEAVILY BRACED HOUSE PAINT $1.39 ·--^Hc-*---·--' ADELITE HYGIENE KALSOMINE GILDDEN'S GENERAL PURPOSE VARNISH, Quick-Dry gal. $1.79 PASTE FLOOR WAX - Ib. 47c GLIDDEN'S BEST FLAT WALL PAINT gal v $2.13 OLD ENGLISH NO RUB WAX DEAL 1 Quart Wax §1.00 1 Pint Furniture Polish 25 Regular $1.25 BOTH FOR 89c GENUINE SPEEDEX CLEANS WALLS AND WOODWORK QUICKER - CHEAPEB EASIER Pound-r-29c PATCHING Quarts--98c Pints--54c Half Pt.--29c ROGERS RAPID-DRY ENAMEL PLASTER Fills unsightly cracks Easy to Use Quarts--98c Pints-54c 5 Ib. pkg--44c GIJDDEN SCREEN PAINT Qt k c DOUBLE BODY RED BARN PAINT BtAKES 2 GALLONS GOOD BARN PAINT GAL.--§1.59 Rogers WALL-TON A Semi-Gloss For Walls and Woodworli Gal.--$2.39 1/2 Gal.--$1.29 Qts.--69c We Do Not Litter Your Yard with Hand Bills MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. Owned and Operated by Your Neighbor--Don McPeak "OVER ON EAST STATE" est C. Ensign, professor in the college of education'at the State University of Iowa City, will give the address at the c o m m r 1 :ement e x e r c i s e s of Northwood high school May 24. The commencement sermon will be given May 20 by the Rev. Wil Ham Crossley of Northwood. Students to be given diplomas are: Genevieve P. Butler, Russell C1 a g e 11, _ Duane W. Cross- P. C. Enslpi ley _ E i eanor E . Ebert, Gladys Fedge, Nora E. Flatness, Elnore Christine Groe, Kathrine A. Hanson, Edna Junore Hengesteg. I. Kermith Iverson. Mae Eldora Jensen, Nina Theoline Johnson, Richard H. Johnson, Cleo Marian Juhl, Alice Kelley, Neal E. Kimm. Rachel M. B. Kjerland, Leslie H. Knutson, Arthur Lange, Marie Lau, Otto P. Loberg, Harold McGar- raugh, Horace O. Mellem. George L. Mielke, Hazel Bemice Myre, Clifford M. Nelson, Gladys O. C. Nelson. Phinis Walter Noe, Dale Robert Olson, Cecil Perry, Hay L. Perry, Veona E. Perry. Martin A. E. Rohne, Alyin R. Sage, Martin Sandman, Leighton Ellsworth Severson, Claire Shaw, Eldora Siebrecht, Ernst Singelstad, Charles Stevens, Inborg G. R. Stromley, Fern E. Thompson, Martin G. Towell, Irving Void, Lauretta Wright. Members of the school board are L. F. Madson, president; Dr. A. J. Heiny, Guy C. Toye, W. O. Ebert and C. N. Urdahl. On the high" school faculty are E. A. Prehni, superintendent, Esther Webb. Lorna Meyer, Gwendolyn Selleck, Evelyn Davis, Hazel Neely Henry Thomas, William Becker, L T. Dillon, Arline Urban. Hear Nora Springs Pastor. MITCHELL, April 23.--Mitchell high school commencement exercises will be held May 25. The speaker will be the Rev. J. E. DeLong, Nora Springs, pastor of the M. E. church. The sermon, May 20, at 11 p. m. will be given by toe Rev. E. E. Anerson, pastor of Mitchell Community church. Members of the school board are Walter Cordos, president; Mrs. Ida Bennett, Fred Schmidt, George Borchardt and Fred Voight. The high school faculty includes: Supt. L. D. · Hungerford, Darrell Maxson,,., principal -and : .-Ruth- E. White.' '·'· ' '· . Members of the graduating class are Clyde Ritter, Helen Klinger, Eva Nemeth, Louis Novak, Edna Lambert, Dorothy Sboars, Galen Skuster, Mary Pajer, Dorothy Toms. To Be Held May 24. BANCROFT, April 23.--At Bancroft high school commencement exercises May 24, Ole Naglestead, Sioux City, will speak. The commencement sermon May 20 will be given by the Rev. E. Bryden of Bancroft. ' Members of the school board are Edward Druessler, president; Alfred Ditsworth, V. H. Menke, R. E. Goddard, Dr. V. A. Devine and F. J. Welp. The high school teaching staff includes T. D. Hart, superintendent; Miss Georgia Carmean and H. M. pohlman. Diplomas will b awarded to Arbun F. Doone, Raymond A. Ditsworth, Melvin Heliosky, Ralph W. Coyler and James Lichliter. Many To Get Diplomas. ROCKWELL, April 23.--Diplomas will be given to Rockwell high school graduates at commencement program and class day exercises combined on May 17. Those who will be graduated are: Erma Blum. Joseph Cambell, Richard Coleman, Ruth Gmmroon, Andrew Folkama. Walter Hagen, Edith Margaret Heaford, Reva M. Hansen. James H. Jacobs, Nora L. Lewis, Harley S. Menter, Verna Mae Miller, Orbra C. Parks,'David J. Perdue, Andrew P. Roeder, Sterl K. Sawyer, Melvin A. Scholl, Mildred C. Scholl, Mary M. Roderick, J. C. Von Eps. Members of the school board are Mr. Eddy, president; Mr. Jackson, Mr. Moorehead, Mr. Myer, Mr. Anderson. The high school faculty consists of T. H. Stall, superintendent; Mrs. Jessie Piersol, Miss Evelyn Moe and Miss Mary McEvoy. Harshbarger on Program. BURT, April 23.--Local high school commencement exercises will be held May 21. The speaker will be Prof. Clay Harshbarger of the speech department, State University of Iowa. The commencement sermon May 33, will be given by the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Methodist pastor, Burt. The valedictorian is Dorothy Dickmeyer and salutatorian, Caroline Carr. Members of the school board are Mrs. Maude Hanna, president; E. R. Woltz, George Gray, the Rev. S. H. Aten and Jesse Thoreson. Members of the high school faculty are Donald Weir, superintendent; M. Condit Bowie, principal; Sigurd Fardal; Charlotte Warrior; Anne Overgaard; Alice Eighme; Mattie Warner; Myrtle Hanna; Mildred Anderson and Eva Whitney. Students to be graduated are Ruth Beitz, Caroline Carr, Zola Giddings, Blanche McFarland, Gordon Sigsbee, Ward Winkie, Marian Bemhard, Dorothy Dickmeyer. Joseph Graham, Elizabeth Rash, Sarah Schrocdcr, Edward Stewart, Pearl Woltz. Richard Brayton, Ray- Riddle, Ellen Saatoff, Keith Tbaves Grant to Give Address. GENEVA, April 23.--At Geneva high school commencement exercises May 30, the Rev. A. Raymonc Grant, pastor at Duluth, Minn., will speak. The commencement sermon May 27, will be given by th Rev. C. W. Cleveland, minister of the Geneva M. E. church. Members of the school board are F. A. Thomas, president; A. E. Larson, Ray Burguin, Henry Siems, and Frank Yenter. The high school faculty consists of C. M. Ransom, superintendent; Daisy Black, principal; L. H. Schoe- phoerster, Ruby'calvert and Geneva Kuppinger. The graduating class is composed of Robert Bear, Armour Carlin, Frank Davenport, Charles Nielsen, Dallas Kolpache, Cecelia Ammann, Dorothea Diamond, Faith Wagner, Winola Wagner and Thelma Woodley. . 'Man in Green Shirt" Is Given by Hayfield Class HAYFIELD, April 23.--The junior , class play, "The Man in the Green Shirt," given in the H. S. auditorium Friday evening, was well attended. Veronica Liska and May nard Taylor took the leading parts. Other members of the cast were Raymond Stupka, Orville Schroer. Owen Taylor, Mary Golbuff, Dorothy Horecka, Darlene Schulz, Marvyle Simmons and Julia Schroer. BUSINESSMAN AT DEGORAH DEAD Byron Chandler, 69, Leaves Wife, Two Sons and Two Sisters. DECORAH, April 23 Byron Chandler, 69, one of the pioneer businessmen of Delcorab, died sud denly Saturday morning after a prolonged illness with flu. Heart disease was the direct cause o: Jeath. Arrangements were made for the funeral with Dr. J. P. Burling officiating and burial in Phelps cemetery, with a Masonic service at the grave. Mr. Chandler was born in Minnesota and came to Decorah when a small child with his parents. His 'ather, A. A. Chandler, was engaged n the plumbing business, and when lis son was 21 the two formed a lartnership, which resulted in one of the oldest business firms in De- ccrah. Since his father's death. Byron Chandler had continued in -the same msiness, which was started more nan 68 years ago. Mr. Chandler eaves his wife, and two children, George, of Decorah,. and Fred of Sioux City. Two sisters also survive, Mrs. Alice Fisher of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Altha Bougten of Hindes- lale, 111. 105 Taken in at Play Presented at Riceville RICEVBLLE, April 23.--Proceeds rom the library benefit play "The 3at," grossed ?105. The play was ·ell presented in the high school uditorium Friday night to a packed ouse. Adopts Little Kittens. LUVERNE, April 23.--Bobbie VVermerson has a hen which has adopted a family of little kittens. She waits until the mother cat leaves and she flies to the kittens and hovers over them until the mother cat returns. ·Gustavus I, king of Sweden from 1523 to 1560, was founder of. the royal house of Vasa. Class Play Presented by Seniors at Lawler LAWLER, April 23.--The senior i class play, "Engaged by Wednesday," was played in the Lawler high school auditorium Sunday evening. The leads were taken by Donald Miller, George Knight, Katherine O'Connor and Mary Porter. SEE OUR WINDOWS COMPARE OUR VALUES Men's Fine Broadcloth SHIRTS New Scotch spun designs In the popular dark tooe shades. Smartly laundered collars and cuffs. Inverted pleat In back tor comfort and fit. Guaranteed foot color pro-shrunk fabrics. A "HUB" WONDER VALUE- 1= 3 for $4.35 THEOTtJB CLOTHING COMPANY 4 SOUTH FEDERAL Mason City's Newest Store for Men! "We hate alaayt believed that a sale does not complete the transac" lion between ut and the car buyer, but eitabliihet a new obligation on ut to tee that hit car gitei him good sertice. We are at much interested in your economical operation of the car as you are in our economical manufacture of it," PIONEERING A SERVICE TO FORD OWNERS ENGINES AND OTHER UNITS RECONDITIONED AT THE FORD FACTORY * ' + * * * H ENRY FORD believes that the engine overhaul should be a factory job. For in the Ford factory are the men and the machines ·which produced the engine originally. Engine overhaul should have the same advantage of .our precision equipment and methods which engine manufacture had. That is our proposal to yon. PRIcfES FOR EXCHANGE OF FACTORY - RECONDITIONED UNITS Engine (V-8) . . . . 349.50* Engine (4-cyl. A and B) ,, 46.50* Distributor 1.90 Carburetor 1.85 Shock Absorber . . . . 2.00 Fuel Pump . . . . . 1.65 Clutch Disc Assembly . o 2.75 Clutch Pressure Plate . . 3.80 Brake Shoe . . (each) .55 * Indudet installation. Slightly higher ictit a] tlui Kocliw, When the time comes for the engine to / be overhauled -- that will be normally after 40,000 or 50,000 miles -- the Ford owner simply gets from the local Ford dealer an engine that has been completely reconditioned in the Ford Motor Company plaint at Dearborn, Michigan. The cost is far below the usual cost of overhauling -- and there is a great saving in time, as your car is tied up for only a few hours instead of days. Besides that, the price is not guesswork -- it is a fixed, known price. This reconditioning service is further ex* tended to such units as the distributor, carburetor and brake shoe assembly. Worn or obsolete parts are replaced with new ones. Every reconditioned unit installed by the Authorized Ford Dealer has passed the closest factory in* spectiou. In every detail it is ready for thousands of miles of trouble-free service. Ask any Ford dealer about this new moneysaving service for owners of Models A and B and eight-cylinder Ford cars and trucks. This is an exclusive Ford service. It is one of the important reasons why you should own a Ford V-8 -the only V-8 under $2500 -- the car which hundreds of thousands of owners say is the most economical Ford car ever built. TUNE IN --FORD DEALERS' RADIO PROGRAM. FRED WARING and His PENNSTLVANIANS. Glorious music, Erery Sunday night at 8:30, and every Thursday night al 9:30 (E. S. T.). Columbia Broadcasting System, Ant in the meantime -- "Watch The Fords Go ByTM F O H D M O T O R C O M P A N Y

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