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March 20, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MARCH 20 Hi 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ON LEGISLATIVE WORK OF LEGION! Charges Torgeson With Misrepresentation in Training Tiff. Lake HELEN HENUR10KS News Editor' Residence Phone 340\V OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 . After 10 years of signal achievements in service to its fellow men, the Legion can look forward in tha next decade to increasing responsibilities in guarding the principles of Americanism, in helping to procure constructing development of the nation's boys and girls and other important activities, Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legionaire, told a gathering of several hundred Legion and auxiliary members at a joint party in the armory Thursday eve ning. The speaker emphasized particularly the legislative accomplishments of the Legion, giving in detail the organization's recent battle to retain compulsory military training in state institution. This fight, which, he said, had engaged the attention of the state officers of the Legion for the past year cameHo a culmination Wednesday when the hoxuie defeated the opti'onal training bill Charges Misrepresentation. Mr. Miles charged the leader of the opposition, Representative S. R. Torgeson of Worth county with "deliberate misrepresentation" in con nection with the heated fight over the military training hill. Mr. Torgeson, according to the Legionaire editor, while on the floor of the house wrongfully quoted Commander Maurice Cahill of the Iowa Legion as expressing himself in favor of universal military training when questioned on the matter in the committee. i Mr. Cahill's answer to Mr. Torgeson's question in the committee as to whether he favored universal military training was that he favored "universal military training as it now exists," the editor contended. With this as his only basis Mr. Torgeson while debating the question charged Mr. Cahill with being a militarist, deliberately misrepresenting the Legion commander, according to Mr. Miles. Was Hard Fought. This battle was one of the hardest ever fought on a floor of the assembly, Mr. Miles stated. "Mr. Miles denied he ever made the statement that'those opposed to military training were either traitors or ignoramuses, as he had becu quoted. The Legion is interested in severa I . other bills before the assembly, the speaker stated. One of these pro " vides for ! the authorization ot an ;. increase in the amount of taxes for the soldiers' relief commission. The Legion is co-operating with the t'lzaak Walton league in supporting a 1 -- for _ ..conservation ; pro- LAKE FARMER IS MARRIED D. B. Perkins and Jean Fjone CANDIDATES FILE FOUR PETITIONS Evangelist been Invited to Trinity Church L. Scotvold has Trinity Lutheran during vacation. They will be open 'rom 9 to 11:45 o'clock in the morn- ngs, 1:30 to 5:45 o'clock in the afternoons and 7 to 9 o'clock in the evenings. CLEAR LAKE CHURCHES Speak Vows at Mason City Parsonage. CLEAR LAKE, March 20.--D. B. Perkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Perkins, and Miss Jean Fjone, daughter of Mrs. Henry Hawkinson, Mason City, were united in marriage Tuesday at the Methodist parsonage, Mason City. The Rev. W. H. Spence performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. David Beaber, Mason City, 'attended the couple. Mr. Beaber is a brother of the bride. Mr. Perkins is farming -at the George Perkins place west of Clear Lake, where the couple plans to -side for the present. Clear Lake Briefs Announcing new milk delivery Guernsey milk lOc ,qt. Ph. 1F4. Mr. and Sirs. George Kubrick, Mr, and Mrs. James Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Booth were guests Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. Ray Waller. The affair honored Mrs.' Henry yarchiff and son, 'who are house-guests of Mrs. Waller's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin. INIcLaughHn . coffee demonstra- ion, all day Sat. Economy Grocery. Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. Shea-movcd nto their cottage at Bayside park Thursday. Since their return from their trip they have been living at Mason City. Mr. Shea will manage the park again this season. . Tire repairing, latest' equipment. De-Bruyn Super Service. ·M. B. Carey was dinner guest of Judge Harry Olson of the Chicago municipal court Thursday evening at the Hanford hotel, Mason City. Mr. Olson was the main speaker at the Teachers convention at Mason City Thursday. Dr. W. H. Orr, son oJ IVIr. and Mrs. W. H. Orr, 108 Lindale, received his master of science degree today from the Iowa State college at Ames. He plans to continue with study at the college until June when he will return to his home and family at Stihvater, Okla. Mr. and Sirs. Earl Scherf and son, Canton, S. Dak., will arrive Friday night to spend the week-end at the home of Mr. Scherf's parents, Mr and Mrs. John Scherf. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Nelson lelt this morningv for VermiUion;.-·'£.·'. : Dak., Swfiere' they will' attend'the funeral CONGREGATIONAL \V. B. Milne, pastor, i Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Church services at 11 o'clock. Suh- Ject, "Progress." Congo club at 6:30 o'clock. METHODIST J. R. Xumbleson,- pastor Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Subject, 'The Mountain Vision." Junior league at 2:30 o'clock. Epwdrth league at 6:30 o'clock. Public worship at 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "The Worth of the World." Men of the church will serve a public supper Tuesday at 6,,o'clock. . ZION ENGLISH LUTHERN H. O. Urness, pastor Confirmation class Saturday at 9:30. Sunday school at 9:45. Morn-: ing worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "The New Jerusalem." Rev. 21:1-7. Anthems by the vested junior and senior choirs. Vocal duet- by Max Paulson and Verne Jensen. Mid-week Bible 'hour Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC J. V. Bacci, pastor Mass at 10 o'clock. Catechism and class of instruction for children and adults at 11 o'clock. . / CHURCH OF CHRIST I. O. O. F. hall M. A. Lowe, pastor Bible school 10 o'clock, Frank Long, superintendent. Preaching and observance of Lord Supper, 11 o'clock. x GOSPEL TABERNACLE Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor and the Rev. James Miller, pastors Sunday School at 9:45 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST North East street Bible school at 10,' o'clock..Morn ing services at 11 o'clock. Subject "Matter." Wednesday services.at 8 o'clock. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN S. M. Stenby, pastor Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 LAY PIPELINE NEAR VENTURA Construction Company Fin; ishes Contract on Natural Gas Line. 'CLEAR 'LAKE, March 20.--The Truman Smith Construction company of Eldorado, Kans., completed the laying of an 80 mile stretch of pipe for the natural' gas pipeline company Thursday to complete their present contract. This company has been working north from Kansas and completed this stretch on the Otto Hollatz farm northwest of Ventura. Bids are now being accepted for the remainder of the distance, of this main line from the oil fields to St. Paul, a distance slightly more than 100 miles according to the selected .church of Mason City to conduct a r»il. f J'J i T 17 ~.»*AilUerles of evangelistic meetings. The Fifth Candidate Is fcxpectea meetmga wm be gm Sunday at 10:45 tn "Anrmnnrp faniftdaCV o'clock, at 3 o'clock in the after- to Announce ^anamacy i n anfl ln the eventag at 8 Before Closing Time. Beginning Monday evening meet- «« ^ ^ c, jnga wju be heW thruout the weeki Four petitions of candidates for closing Friday evening with after- election to the city council had been I noon meetings each day at 2:30 filed with J. H. McEwen, city clerk, I o'clock. The evening meetings will Friday afternoon. Friday was the | be at 8 o'clock. final day for filing petitions. The candidates who filed were Mier Wolf, Herman Knudaon, Gottlieb Grupp and W. J. Pagenhart. A fifth man, Clint Cooper, had an- nouuced his candidacy and was expected to file his petition before the office closed Friday night. A meeting of the city council to canvass the petitions of the candidates has been called for '1:30 /TI , LmSSCS dt « 7 .. / - , A . \ .IVl.L. A. turn trip to Hampton after visiting friends here Wednesday, was injured when her car overturned in loose gravel a few miles east o£ town. She was brot to the hospital here. She suffered an injured hand. Miss Purcell, Hampton, Injured as Auto Upsets EAGLE GROVE, March 20.--Miss Bernice Purcell of Hampton, formerly of this city, while on the re- Gland Discovery Amazes Science! COLDS o'clock Saturday afternoon, election is on March 30. The Americanism: Paying more than you can afford so that a clerk you'll never see again won't think you as poor as you are.--Kessinger's Review. Special swimming hours for members of the Y. M. C. A. during vacation next wefek have been announced. Grade school boys will swim Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 3:30 .o'clock and high school students Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3:30 o'clock. These special periods are offered in addition to the regular gymnasium classes, which will be held as usual. Boys are urged to make use of the Y. M. C. A. lobby and game rooms GOINDAY-4-in-lWAY Take two tablets of safe HILL'S CASCARA QUININE right away-follow directions--and almost before you know it that nasty COLD IS GONE. HILL'S works faster, surer because each tablet is a compound of four medicinal agents that combine to KNOCK COLDS IN A DAY. If not satisfied druggists will refund your money. DEMAND THE RED BOX LUI1U yvui m,v,'uc-jr. HILL'S Medkal Mtthodi Revolutionlied By Proof That Run-down Glands Are C«u»« of Mort Dise«se. oCIENTISTS In the world's largest.. O gland laboratory announce a sensational new method of administering vital gland extracts from healthy young animals--known as MOREX. Thousands of tired, worn-out, pep- less men and women who have taken MOREX Tonic during the past 10 years say, "It's as effective as a gland operation!" Get Information on stimulating, Invigorating MOREX Tonio fr ··» Michael Drug Co., and other leading druggists. MOR.EX GLAND ·--- . TONIC _ 'FREE GLAND BOOK Write for your copy to Preferred · Products, Dept. --, 5BG3 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, California. .,· route. This is expected to be completed this spring. No tests of the pipe laid have been made at any place north of Clarion. The 20 inch pipes which are .jointed together, will be placed under a pressure of 400 pounds to the square inch before natural gas will placed in them. A branch line will be constructed o Mason City to supply the nearby owns. This line will pass north of Clear Lake. registraLiuii ui vvuim WUL vcnii«*u^ 'Vho have' died and is co-operating with the welfare agencies of the state in seeking to obtain child welfare legislation. "It is in the power of the Legion to do more the next decade than in the past and to make the last 10 years like nothing," declared tho Legionaire editor, adding that he considered supervised play for children one of the most important and progressive moves of the present day. Sextet on Program. The newly organized Legion auxiliary sextet made its initial appearance on the program with threa song nurnbers._The sextet is made up of Mrs. C. Z. Smith, Mrs. H. J. Blewett, Mrs. H. H. Boyce, Mrs. Nels Malm, Mrs. Paul Loomis and Mrs. L. N. Beck.. Mrs. David Cast was the accompanist. W. Earl Hall led in community singing at the opening of the program. Music for the dance which fol- ^ . to Hear Health Talk CLEAR LAKE, March 20.--The Modern Homemakers will hold an all day meeting Saturday at the home of Martha Bruchnpr. The feature of the program is a health talk by Dr. N. B. Phillips. Verna Ouverson will discuss floor plans and the girl's room. Mildred Beigler will give a Demonstration of good and poor wallpaper for the home. The Iowa song by the club will close the program. Mr. and Mrs. Welker Honored at Showe CLEAR LAKE, March 10.--M and Mrs. George Welker, Maso City, were honored at a brida shower at the home of Mr. and 1 Mr V G. Stanfield. Music was fu nished by Mr. Shirley Stanfield am William Hartman on violin aud piano. Miss Verna Hammond also presented piano -selections. Steve Hammond talked. · The guests included Mrs. Emma Welker, Mrs. Mary Stanfield, Mr. and Mrs. John Jannson and daughter Ruth, Mrs. Hammon Stanfield, Mrs. Blanche Green, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Fessenden, Mason City; Leighton Stanfield, Rock Falls; Mr. and Mrs. George Whiters, Mrs. J. Clark, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Stanfield', Mr. and Mrs. Rrthur Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hammond, Verna, Cietis and Richey; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carter and daughter Grace; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pickett and son Albert, Guy Warner, William Hartman, Mr. Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams. Study Clubs Feted at Luncheons CLEAR LAKE, March 20.--Mrs. J. W. Pattie was hostess, to mem- )ers of the Twentieth Century club Thursday afternoon at the Clear ^ake Country club. Assisting Mrs. Pattie were Mrs. F. .P. Walker, Mrs. R. N. Rinard, Mrs. P. W. -Bryson,.Mrs. H. E. Freeman, Mrs. Irving Jensen, Mrs. B. J. Clausen and Mrs. Ed Boyle. Mrs. A. A. Jo sly n talked of modern decoration in the lome. Jonquils, yellow candles and smilax carried out the green and yellow table decorations. The Sorosis club held its semiannual luncheon Thursday afternoon at the Lions cafe. Mrs. John Scherf was hostess to the grou-c for the afternoon's program. A play written by Mrs. George Brooks, was presented. Mrs. Joe Palmer was chairman of the committee and Mrs. Earl Watts acted as toastmistress. Myers IB Elected I'resident THORNTON, Match 20.--The board of directors of the school elected George W. Myers president. D. S:. Mabb and Charles Hansen were" the new members taking the oath of office. Interesting and Enjoyable Modern and Instructive MRS. RUTH CAMPBELL Famous Cookery Expert Mason City Globe-Gazette's FREE orchestra. As usual a served by the auxiliary. lunch was Jay E. Decker Buys MECHANIGSVILLE MAN FINED $100 ro Cases of Intoxication Handled by Regular Police Court. Willia Brown, Mechanicsville, North Shore Cottage j v0 ^ nf c e IhfpiTyat dP oiTce s court U Fri° day morning on a charge of reckless driving. Brown was arrested at the intersection of Fifth street and Washington avenue southwest about CLKAR LAKE. March 20.--Jay E. Decker, Mason City, has purchased the cottage on the north shore owned by W. L. McAuley, buyer for the Decker packing plant. Mr. Decker will rent the cottage for the summer season. Hand Cut By Saw GREENE, March 20.--W. Potter received a badly cut hand at the Pooley shops Thursday morning while running a saw. Three fingers of the right hand were lacerated. There Are Other lefinltions of Super Service, per- inps, but we like to think of it as that New Type of Filling Station activity which makes the Car Owner feel that ho Has received the required attention, quicker, better and safe, than he ever received it before. Drive Into our Station at East State and Pcrin and let us serve you. G-L-A-S-S OIL CO. "Our Business Is Growing . Thanks to You" v 1 o'clock Friday morning, according to the police bulletin which said i he was driving in a fast and reck- lesn manner. Vern Palmer, Mason City,'charged I with intoxication, was released on a $15 bond. H. E. Ford, Mason City, was fined $10 and c.osts on a charge of intoxication. John Speaker, Mason City, forfeited a $10 bond on a charge of careless driving. He was arrested in the north part of town where officers were waiting for him because of the manner in which he had driven the evening.of March 17 when he escaped from police. Officers had been able to take his license number. Two license numbers were taken for cutting thru oil station drives They were: 17-1045 and 17-2091. MRS. LEHMAN, 67, DIES AT Pioneer Resident of Mason City Succumbs; Funeral at Holy Family. Mrs. Mathew Lehman, 67 years old, 419 First street northeast, died at her home" Friday morning. She had been a resident of Mason City for the past 50 years. Funeral services will be held a the Holy Family Catholic church but definite arrangements have not been made. Mrs. Lehman is .survived ny nine children, Mrs. Elaf Swenson, VVapeton, N. Dak.; Mrs. Lyman Hand, Kadoka, S. Dak.; Mrs. H. W. Rasmuasen, Oak Park, Til.; Mrs. Jack Wilson, Baraboo, Wis.; Mrs. S. F. McCourt, Mason City; Joseph Lehman; Adams, Minn., and Mrs. W. F. Andrews, Buchanan, N. Dak., and Lucy and Sophie at home; 13 grandchildren, two brothers, August PARK THEATER Clear Luku Friday "SIT TIGHT" Saturday Tack Oakin in "THE GANG BUSTER" Joan · Crawford "DANCE, FOOLS, DANCE" School IN THE §pOT LIGHT Bean FeecL Marble Tourney Planned at Y. M. C. A. for Boys Preparations have heen made for a large crowd of boys at the bean feed to be held at 12:15 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. A stunt will be presented during the feed. At 1:30 o'clock the boys will go to the Central school grounds for a marble tournament. Any boy in Mason City is eligible to competition. Two classes of contests will be held, one for boys from 9 to 11% years of age and the other for boys 11 y, years of .age and older. Kossack and Joseph Kossack, both of Mason City, and a sister, Mrs Fred Robinson, Nora Spring. Musical Service at Olivet Church Sunday · The monthly Sunday evening rmi sical service at the Olivet M. E church, South Federal and Tvven tieth street will include the follow ing named students o£ Gerald Pres cott, high school band director: Mi ton Raizes in flute solos, Roger San born in solos on B clarinet, Howar Schwecr in- cornet solos, Lucile At kinson in Alto clarinet solos, an Arlene Bentz in bassoon solos. Th program will begin at 7:30 o'clock POLICE PICK UP BICYCtK A bicycle was picked up by polic near 28 First street southeast ant taken to the station. It. was re and blue. HAWTHORN COAL THE COAL THAT SATISFIES 7 Cash Per Ton Delivered AT High School Auditorium Doors Will Open At BRING YOUR PENCIL AND NOTEBOOK A literary advertisement, according to the Boston Transcript, which discovered it, tells readers: "Semi us your MRS. for candid criticism and advice." Ych. try to do it!-Philadelphia Inquirer. HAWTHORN is an exceptionally good value at this price. It is clean and economical. PHONE 490 Independent Grain Fuel Co. 410 South Federal Ave. i-tf'tXirr"-"""""' 1 """ ' - ~ ~ The Cooking School will have a wide scope. This is assurance that many valuable ideas will be available for. use in the diversified realm of running a home. Problems in marketing, family finances, time and laborsaving utensils, menu planning, diets and child feeding will receive authoritative explanation and demonstration on the platform. Many new and interesting recipes will be prepared each day. The complicated responsibility of preparing- three meals a day every day in the year can become irksome to any woman. The keynote of the school is to relieve the monotony in this daily task. Such practical suggestions will be welcome to any housewife no matter how long or successfully she has been engaged in running a home. These lectures will be modern and instructive, as well as interesting and enjoyable. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY ,-----.. · ._.- 4^^^^=g^ -----f^^--^^^f^SSiiiiii^^^^**^^^^ MARCH 24-25-26-27 GIFTS Lecture Will Start "At 2 P . M . BRING YOUR PENCIL AND NOTEBOOK ; 'v" : -·*·' China; wilh ·two-American _ womeu ^ iu.~~^-~

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