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April 14, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 14 1936 ELEVEN Mason City's Calendar April IS--College Y three act original musical comedy, high school auditorium at 8:15 o'clock. April Ll--Lieut. Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel, candidate for the democratic nomination for governor, to speak at armory at 8 p. m. Apriu 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishing show at high school gymnasium. Here In Mason City I wish to make clear that it was my brother, Joe Benowitz, who sold his business and left for New York. I have been engaged at Lyons Cleaners for the past year and. with the modern fur facilities they have installed I am better able to serve the public than ever before in my 22 years as a furrier in Mason City. BEN BENOWITZ .1. \V. Beck, 128 Tenth street northwest, who has been seriously ill for the past week or more at his home, was showing some improvement Tuesday. Use Teerlene for washing walls. Shepherd's Paint Wallpaper. C. B. Savage, n-ho has been ill the past three weeks, was able to return to his business at 319 North Federal avenue for short periods Monday and Tuesday. Civic Orch. rehearsal Sun. at 2. Birlh certificates have been filed for Frederick Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Garnot Giles Stoltenberg, route 3, born April 1; Warren William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wellier, 1118 Hampshire northeast, born March 3; Kenneth Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bradbury. 213 1 /" East State street, born April 7. and Gerald Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Donald Waller, born Jan. 2. Church of Christ Rummage Sale Friday and Saturday, 119 N. Fed. Jimmy Fleming and his orchestra will supply the music for the dance to be held Wednesday evening at the I. 0. 0. F. hall. A group of floor show numbers will be presented by members of the orchestra. This dance is for members and invited friends, according to Eugene Kew. . Words to a Young Father and Mother. See Page 7 Times. Ph. 439. You can put so much more in a Crosley Shelvador electric refrigerator. Mason City Hdwe. The Cerro Gordo Medical association will meet at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock. .POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce myself as a .candidate for nomination as Constable for City of Mason City Township, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the June, 1936, primary, FRED W. BROWN POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for sheriff of Cerro Gordo county, subject to the will of the voters at the June 1 primary. MARTIN HULKE . POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for c o u n t y superintendent of schools, subject to the will of the school convention May 12. H. W. MOULE Brazil's foreign trade is breakin; all records. RUPTURED Men Get S3.50 Truss Free Kansas City, Mo.--A newer rup ture method developed by a doctor is so successful he offers to give every ruptured man or woman who tries it, a $3.50 truss free. It does away with leg straps, elastic belts, binding springs and harsh pads. After using it, many have reported their ruptures better. Often in a very short time. Others say they no longer need any support. The method will be sent on 30 days' trial and tie will send the $3.50 truss free with it. If the method does not help your rupture return it and keep the $3.50 truss for your trouble. If you are raptured just write E. O. Koch, 2517 Koch Bldg., 2906 Main St., Kansas City. Mo., for his trial offer. FOR GRADUATION "A BULOVA WATCH' The Ideal Gift TUBERCULIN TESTING CLINICS START WEDNESDAY AT PRICES AND TERMS YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY The Lepper Jewelry Co. 10 First Street S. E. Pulchritude at Building Show The Building and Home Furnishings show, which opened at the high school gymnasium Tuesday afternoon, had its attractions aside from the interesting displays o£ building materials, appliances, fixtures and furnishings. The young women, shown above, Miss Virginia Braliy, loft, and Miss Mary June Paulcy, handed out programs and acted as guides besides adding to the attractiveness of the show. They were photographed as'' M. A. Harpstcr, chairman of the general show committee, left, and Jay Tubbesing, president of the North Iowa Builders exchange, organization sponsoring the project, were giving them their instructions. The show continues through Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, with doors open from 1 p. m. lo 9 p. m. (Lock Photo, Kayenay Engraving) f Moule Candidate for County Superintendent Former Instructor in Adult Education is From Lafayette. H. W. Moule, instructor in the adult education classes sponsored by the FERA, Tuesday announced his candidacy for the Cerro Gordo county superintendency of schools Mr. Moule has had considerable experience in the teaching profession: He had his first teaching experience in the rural schools of Cerro Gordo county where he taught for six terms. He has had 10 years of experience as superintendent in the town and rural consolidated schools of Iowa. He was the superintendent at Lucas for a period of four years. He. then became the superintendent of the rural consolidated schools at Martelle and of Rowan. He later held positions in the science department at Creston and the department of economics at Lafayette college, Easton, Penn. During the past three years, Mr. Moule has* taught classes in adult education a t ' Mason City under the FERA. Mr. Moule received his elementary school training in the schools of Mason City and in the rural schools of CeiTo Gordo county. He got his normal training at the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, where he received a diploma in 1906. Mr. Moule received 'the A. B. degree at the State University of Iowa, 1922, and the A. M. degree at Columbia university, New York City, in 1923. Mr. Moule attended Columbia university again in 1926 and the special training class in adult education at the State University of Iowa in the summer of 1934. Mason City Building and Loan Meeting Is Adjourned to Monday The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Mason City Building and Loan association, held Mondai night in the association's office; here, was adjourned until next Mon day evening at 7:30 o'clock in orde to allow some additions to be mad to the minutes of the 1935 meeting A. R. Sale acted as temporary chairman and Miss Vera B. Finle as secretary of Monday night" meeting. --photo by Loch H. W. MOULE. AT THE HOSPITALS Harry H. Huntley, Clear Lake, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Mrs. C. C. Halphide, 1108 Adams avenue northwest, was admitted to the Story hospital Monday for a minor operation. Mrs. Mary Etta Norland, Titonka, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for a major operation. Susan Wilson, 315 Madison avenue northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation. Roger Whitt. route 1. was admitted to the Story hospital Monday for treatment. Coral Jean Grant, route 2, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for a major operation. Phillip Osegaraa, 503 Seventeenth street northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. Elmer Thompto, Northwood, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for treatment. Mrs. Jack Read and infant daughter. Clear Lake, were dis- Alany who s u f f e r from rectal t ro ubles w o u l d quickly seek relief if they but knew or were familiar with modern rectal office methods. Modern rectal office practice cuts the cost, does not cause confinement, is painless, efficient and satisfactory. Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. 0. ·J18-2aa-220 First Nalioiml BanU Uuilding missed from the Park hospital Monday. Mrs. Clifford Johnson, 52y 2 Fifth street southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following treatment. Mrs. Marvin M. Peterson and infant son, Rock Falls, were dismissed from the Park hospital Monday. A son weighing 9 pounds 4 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. EauClaire, 533 Nineteenth street southeast, at the Park hospital Tuesday. T. F. Jackson Dies at I. 0.0. F. Hospital Thomas Franklin Jackson, 82, died at the I. 0. O. F. hospital Tuesday morning following an illness of about 10 days. He had been a resident of the home since February. Mr. Jackson was born in Indiana Jan. 14, 1854. He entered the I. O. O. F. home here from Chariton, where he is survived by a sister, Mrs. A. B. Storey. Surviving Mr. Jackson are one sister and his daughter, Elizabeth, Oregon City, Ore. He was preceded in death by his wife. Funeral services will be held at the I. O. O. F. home Wednesday, with the Rev. George K. Davies, pastor of the Presbyterian church, in charge of services. Burial will be at Oskaloosa. The body -was taken to the Patterson funeral home. Gall Stone Colic Try taking Prescription No. 69, a recognized practicing specialist's formula, to aid in avoiding callstonrs and possible operations. Treat the usual cause in a sensible, painless. Inexpensive way at home, write Home Drug Co., 18-57 N. 4th St., Minneapolis. Minn.. Tor Free Doctor's Guide and literature on treatment reported resuiuul for 30 years. Sold under money back guarantee according to treatment plan at Michael's and other drufi stores. For Sale or Almost new 32 volt, 1,000- Watt Wind Power Electric Plant. Also used Delco Light Plants. J A C O B Y Battery and Electric Service 110 So. Delaware I'hnne Slit Henry Steffen, Janitor at Park Hospital 25 Years, to Live in Wes Henry Steffen, janitor at the Park hospital for 25 years, left Tuesday for Hawarclen to visit his son, Dr. Dewey Steffen, after which he will go to California to make his home. Mr. Steffen came to Mason City from Britt 25 years ago. Yelland Speaks at St. Ansgar Meeting G. Curtis Yelland addressed the Farmers Forum and the Chamber of Commerce in St. Ansgar Monday r,'g:ht on present economic questions. The address was followed by questions and a round table discussion. ASSOCIATION TO MAKE TESTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Educational Campaign Gets Under Way as Means to Fight Disease. Challenged by an increase of 39 ves in the 1935 deaths from tuber- ulosis over 1934, the Cerro Gorclo ounty Tuberculosis association ucsdiiy announced plans for a. con- cntrated educational campaign gainst this disease in the county. "Our primary objective will be to prcad the knowledge that tubcrcu- osis may be prevented to all our eople, in order that this disease, ·hich flourishes in ignorance, can e fought by knowledge," W. R. Hamilton, president, said. Part of a nationwide campaign ponsored by the National Tubercu- osis association, the educational vork here will be aligned with the tatewide campaign, supervised by he Iowa Tuberculosis association, according to Mr. Hamilton. "We plan to distribute several housand informational bulletins, which will emphasize the modern capons science has perfected for he early discovery of tuberculoses," he said. To Seek Danger Signs. "A knowledge of the early dan- er signs of tuberculosis will be a irime objective of this campaign. Everyone should recognize these ymptoms and know that the modern doctor, in the tuberculin test and x-ray, possesses precise weapons to uncover tuberculosis. 'A second aspect of the theme to be developed will be that of antici- jating tuberculosis before any symptoms appear. To go to the Joctor promptly because of a cough ,hat hangs on, loss of weight, or ;atigue, is good; to go to him before :hese evidences of actual danger ap- )ear is still better. "In this campaign we wish to make the procedure of routine examination with the tuberculin test and x-ray known to parents, educational leaders and all others who are concerned with the welfare of young people." To Start Wednesday. The county association has completed preparations for starting tuberculin testing clinics in the Mason City schools Wednesday will 'the hope of making this an annua project for the seventh grade pupils throughout the county. Students in higher grades can procure the test by special request and the consen of parents. Following is the schedule of test lag in the Mason City schools: Lincoln school, Wednesday, Apri 15, at 1:30 p. in. Roosevelt school, Monday, Apri 20, 9 a. m. Madison school, Monday, April 20 10:30 a. m. Wilson school. Tuesday. April 21 3 p. m. . Monroe school, Wednesday, Apri 22, 1:30 p. m. The association officers announc ed the board of education in Mason City has approved this form o: school health work and expressed its willingness to co-operate with the organization. Given Without Cost. The tests are given without cost to the pupils or their parents under the direct supervision of local physicians. This tuberculin testing prograrr is financed from the funds received in the Christmas seal sale and also has the approval of the Cerro Gordo Medical society. As soon as the work in Mason City is completed the project will be carried out in the other town schools at Clear Lake, Ventura, Thornton, Meservey, Rockwell, Swaledalc, Dougherty, Plymouth and Rock Falls. MILLWORK HOLDS Silver Anniversary Exhibit Shown at Building and Furnishings Show. The Mason City Millwork corn- any, Inc., has its silver anniversary xhibit at the Building and Home Furnishing show which is being held 'uesday, Wednesday and Thursday t the high school gymnasium. For years from 1911 to 1936 this ompany has played an important ole in the industrial and building ife of Mason City, and has fur- ilshed a trade area of from 50 to 75 niles radius with millwork products /car after year. At present 20 men are employed at the mill, 318 Monroe avenue iouthwcst, and 6 arc engaged in the ifficc and salcswork covering north !owa and southern Minnesota. The mill is one of the most mod- irnly equipped plants in this part )f the country and is under the di- ·cction of authorities in this line of work, who have had many years of experience. Many types of machine, are used, most of which are driven jy electric power, and the raw products used by the Mason City Millwork company include both the softwoods and hardwoods. Manufactured by the company arc windows, sash, screens, storm sash combination doors, doors with frames and trim, outside ornamcnta and finished structural parts, anc also all types of interior finish a; well as built-in fixtures. The company also manufactures and diS' :ributcs partition work, store front: and office fixtures and furniture and some hardware and buildin; material. Examples of much of this worl are being; shown at the Building and Home Furnishing show, where representatives of the company ar explaining the use of woodwork ii producing warmth in the modcr~ type home. Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men New Motors Bought ·and Sold Zaek Bros. ELEUIRIU CO. SOB Second S. W. Phone 977 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. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 The Day of Reckoning. If there had been less promisin in the last campaign there woul not be so much to explain in th coming one.--Seattle, Wash., Ke publican State Call. Have Your . . . Wedding picture made here, at your home, or at the reception hall. R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. Sheriff Candidate Martin Hulltc, Mason Cily cement contractor, Tuesday announced his candidacy lor the republican nomination for sheriff of Oerro Gordo county. Mr. llulke, who is the fifth candidate to enter the race for the republican nomination for sheriff, has hccn II. resident of Ulason City since J921. coining litre from Elgin, III. (Lock I'holo, Kayenay Engraving) FORTY AND EIGHT PLANS CAMPAIGN To Act as Shock Troops in Enrollment Drive of Legion Post. Plans for putting Forty and Eight shock troops' to work cleaning up the Clausen-Worden Legion post membership campaign by adding the necessary- SO members to reach the organization quota were made at the regular meeting of the local voiture at its club rooms at 319 1 ,TM North Federal avenue Monday evening. Arnold Tilton is chairman of the campaign, which the voiture hopes to have completed by next Sunday. R. C. Patrick, grand chef de gare of the Forty and Eight, talked on tlie organization's participation in the program of the state safety council. W. Earl Hall, president of the state safety council, gave an outline of the work carried on. Members were present at the meeting from Lake Mills, Hampton, Thornton, and Clear Lake, as well as Mason City. INFANT SON SUCCUMBS. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spitler. Garner, died at a local hospital Monday shortly after birth. A NEW Experience for . TRUSS WEARERS Amazing Results -- Unmatched Comfort Truss wearers we have correctly fitted with a' famous Akron Truss, equipped with the wonderful non-porous velvet-textured Akron Sponge Rubber Pad find a New experience-- an unmatched comfort and security which they thought impossible with a truss. Our Expert Fitting Service is based upon knowledge of ruptures. Our Fitter is here every day assuring continued service and satisfaction. To be sure o£ the genuine Akron truss and pad visit us. We are the sole representatives in this city. 5 South Federal Ave. Phone 8U AUTHORIZED EXCLUSIVE AKRON TRUSS FITTERS WATCH FOR IT!| BOOMHOWER HARDWARE Annual Spring PAINT SALE See Wednesday's Paper 113 North Federal Ave. FISHER Typewriter Co, Office Furniture 8 Supplies Announces a Change of Address to 12 South Delaware Ave. (2 Doors North of Our Former Location) And Phone Change from Number 2872 to 1033. Come in and See Our New Line of Ohmcr Cash Registers and Remington Rand Typewriting Machines That Are Revolutionizing Modern Business Methods. We Have Several Good Rebuilt Typewriters Priced from Building and Home Furnishings Show Tonight, Wednesday and Thursday 1 to 9 P. M. Music Afternoon and Evening By Joe Power's Orchestra See the exhibits of home building and modernizing needs, building supplies, home furnishings, electric and gas appliances as well as firsthand information on your building plans.

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