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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1934
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TEN MASON GITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 24 193* SAVE MOTHERS, LEGION TRIBUTE Chairman in Child Welfare Emphasizes Campaign of Education. INDIANAPOLIS. ,Ind., April 24.. --In Iowa 54 mothers died in 193!! out of every 10,000 live births, according, to information being sent by the National Child Welfare Chairman of the American Legion, Milt D. Campbell, of Cincinnati, Ohio, to Legion officials of this state. The occasion for the Legion activity is Mother's day. In his com- [UTS.BURNS muncation Chairman C a m p b e l l stated in part as follows: Add to Constructive Good. "For several years Mother's day has been symbolized in various sentimental ways to enlarge upon the commercial aspect in paying tribute to mothers. Too frequently the emphasis is placed on the end of life for mothers rather than the protection and care of mothers to conserve them for the children of our nation. "Without In any way detracting from the fine sentiment of writing a letter to mother, which was the thought that' originated Mother's day, we can add thinking and planning so as to place the observance upon a foundation that will express itself for constructive good to mothers and children throughout the country. "Mothers and babies are precious to our nation and to civilization. It is upon the well being of the mothers and children that nations and civilization are builded. When we fail to care properly for and protect them, the nation and civilization will suffer. Jttake Special Appeal. "It ia the natural tendency of women .to be more concerned about the needs for care and protection of mothers and babies than men are concerned about it. It is likewise the tendency of men to accept the more sentimental thoughts in connection with mothers and babies. That is the reason we of the national child welfare committee of the American Legion are making this special appeal to the Legion officials asking them to pass the message on to the post child welfare chairmen, and, to fact, to all the members of the Legion within their department in the interest ol 1 better care and protection of mothers and babies in paying tribute to mothers on this coming Mother's day, Sunday, May 13." With the communication there are being sent practical instructions as to how the care of new mothers can be promoted in each community, as outlined by the Maternity Center association, 1 East 57th Street, N. Y., with which the Legion is cooperating. Opens Beauty Parlor. GARNER, April 24.--Miss Helen Terwilliger opened ·. a beauty shop Thursday in the rear of the Karman Variety store. OLD TIME DANCE DENISON CLUB ON NORTH ROAD TO CLEAR LAKE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25 Wasicek's Orchestra TAP AND BOTTLED BEER FDBLIC INVITED . . . ADMISSION 25c PER PERSON Dine and Dance Tonight (Tuesday) ADMISSION lOc PER PERSON FOR ALL EVENING MUSIC BY CHESTERFIELD BOYS CHARLES CITY NEWS FLOYD COUNTY LISTS EXPENSES Supervisors Paid $5,680 in 1933, Compared With $2,906 in '29. CHARLES CITY, April 24.--The financial report for · Floyd county for 1933 was released yesterday by Gus Mitchell, county auditor, in a printed booklet The report shows that the expenses for the five supervisors for the y e a r totaled ?5,680.49 allowed the following members: Andrew Nelson, $754.50; R. F. Dunkleberg, $1,176.49; Fred C. Clark, $1,445.76; F. O. Martin and Dick Cummings (Floyd district) $1,119.64; Amos Jacobs and M. H. Rodemaker $1.184.10. In 1929 the total expenses for the supervisors was $2,906.30 on which $1,063.75 was paid to J. H. Baughey, Nora Springs. The expense of the township officers including assessors was $5,066.60; Farm Bureau, 52,400; widow's pensions, $4,059.95; cash allowances for poor, $3,734.79; blind allowances, $2,091; allowances in lieu of pensions, $1,595.40; poor funds outside county home, $62,252.50; district court expense, $5,518.35; grand j u r y expense, S160.80; feeding prisoners, $1,280.55; maintenance of county farm, $9,913.24; state insanity fund. $885.36; care of patients at state institutions, $8,076.61; soldiers' relief fund, $2,075.06; tuberculosis eradication in cattle, $11,439.23. Total bonds outstanding against $869,000 primary Floyd county amount to which includes $480,000 roads bonds, $384,000 funding bonds and $5,000 county home bonds. KNOW THE TRUTH ABOUT MOTOR OILS-CONOCO DARES TO GIVE YOU THE FACTS New and Improved Conoco Germ Processed Oil supports claims with positive proof! \V7 ITI * the announcement of New and Improved Conoco Germ Pro- W cessed. Motor Oil comes another announcement of a daring end absolutely unique test. Supervised by the Contest Board of the American Automobile Association, and held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, these unbiased results offer no unsupported claims but fairly and impartially give you positive proof of performance! Six oils were in the test--each in an identical, new, strictly stock car --all tested under equal conditions. The five competing motor oils were nationally known, widely advertised. AAA officials bought them on the open market, together with New and Improved Conoco Germ Processed Motor Oil. After the cars were carefully broken in, they were lined up for the final gruelling run. Five quarts of oil, a complete fresh fill, were put in each and the crankcase of each car sealed. No more ofl was added. The order was given--500 miles average a day--50 miles an hour-until the motors were destroyed for lack of lubrication. In four days, three oils failed and wrecked their motors--No. 4 at 1,713.2 miles--No. 6 at 1,764.4 miles--No. S at 1,815.9 miles. Oil No. 1 failed at 2,266.8 miles. Then the exciting duel between No. 3 and No. 2. Oil No. 3, a competitive premium oil, went on for 3,318.8 miles before it broke down. Oil No. 2, New and Improved Conoco Germ Processed Oil, stayed on alone for more than 1,400 miles farther, to a total of 4,729 miles, an all-time record of motor protection and low consumption on five quarts of oil! This is evidence--these are facts--that should open a new era of results and economy for your.motor. Drive into a Conoco station or dealer--fill with this New and Improved Oil. There is no longer any guess about itl A representative of the AAA Contest Board, m vigilant, unbiased investigator. Five quarts of each brand of oil were cara- fully put in the cara by AAA orf.cials- if CONOCO RADIO PROGRAM* N. B. C. Network Wednil(ay,'10:30 P. M., E.S.T. »:30 C.S.T.--MO M.S.T. . AAA SANCTION NO. 3001 The otlieial Dealing of crankcaea utter fill of Are quarte was put in- · ..'ere are the representatives of the Con' test Board ol the Anuiican Automobile Association. W/owtnq TO NEW CAR OWNERS Son* c*f nuiuFoduren ire uslnj new lypH «f btarinst which will i**no* iieller entrain ind lempcretuie;, ti- nilllnl from Incruix! powe r tnd ipttd. Newind Improved Conoco Germ Pra- c«nd Molor Oil hn bttn tiluiiltively toted on Ike" new beerinsi. The re- t»Ha ihow thil il jl? ei them jteetet pro- lection ijalnlt demise thin many llnlsM mincnl o!li now on the nutlet. Protect your new ut by nlni Ike motor oil you cm b« tore of. (PARAFFIN BASE) NEW AND IMPROVED CONOCO GERM PROCESSED MOTOR OIL EXCLUSIVE NEW FEATURES PROTECTED UNDER RECENT U. S. PATENTS DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES AND DISTRIBUTORS FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 1011 S. FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 888 ARE GUARDIANS FOR PROPERTY Mrs. Olds and John Senneff, Jr., Are Appointed by Judge Clark. CHARLES CITY, April 24.--Mrs. Dorothy J. Olds and John Senneff, Jr., were appointed guardians . of the property of the three children of Mrs. Olds, Helen Louise Olds, Patricia B. Olds and Roland Clark Olds by Judge J. J. Clark yesterday afternoon. Russell B. Olds, father of the children, who is divorced from Mrs. Olds, was appointed guardian of the children August 31, 1933, and Mrs. Olds asked the court to remove him. Judge Clark gave him 15 days to resign and make a full report of the property of the Olds children. If the report is not on file at the time set the court will remove Mr. Olds. · No compensation will be allowed either Mrs. Olds or Mr. Senneff as guardians but the latter will be allowed pay for any legal services required. They will be required to furnish a surety bond of $10,000. Colflesh Will Speak Wednesday; G. 0. P. of 4th to Rally Friday CHARLES CITY, April 24.--Robert W. Colflesh, candidate for the republican nomination for governor of Iowa, will speak in the courthouse here Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 3 o'clock. The public is invited to hear him. Friday evening, April 27, in the courthouse there will be a rally of republicans from the fourth district. Many of the candidates on the congressional and county tickets will be present and Homer S. Stephens of Clarinda, chairman of the republican state central committee, will be the principal speaker. Stanley Smith of Osage is chairman of the fourth district, W. R. Dodge is chairman and Mrs. Blanche Dunkelberg, Rockford, vice-chairman of the republican central committee of Floyd county. The · republican women of the county will meet at the Hildreth hotel for dinner Friday evening to confer with Miss Anna Stillwell, vice- chairman of the fourth district SEED PLANTED IN EXPERIMENTS Supervision Is Given When Potato, Beet Plantings Are Made. KANAWHA, April 24.--Dr. C. S. Reddy and Glen N. Davis of Ames, members of the agriculture experimental farm staff came to Kan- awba Friday and Saturday to watch planting: of potato fields, for seed treatment and seed index experiments. Dr. Melhaus came Saturday to observe the planting of sugar beets with a check-row planter and new type drill, C. JI. Nagle Friday brough beet steclclings, small beets kept in cool place during winter which will be replanted and produce seed by fall. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS At Mason City THEATERS *BT B. I. P.~ in one place except in the New York, Philadelphia, Berlin and London zoos. # * * W. C. FIELDS AGAIN AT PALACE "You're Telling Me" is the title of the latest picture starring W. C. Fields. With him in the cast are Buster Crabbe and Rosemary Ames. Irene Dunne and Ralph Bellamy are co-starred in "This Man Is Mine," which completes the Palace bill which begins Saturday. Candidacies of 2 for Representative From Chickasaw Announce :d NEW HAMPTON, April 24.-Two men 'Tuesday announced they would be candidates for nominations as state representative from Chickasaw county. J. C. Hewitt, New Hampton livestock .dealer, is the democratic candidate. Harry Ashley, Bassett farmer, .is'the. republican candidate. CHARLES CITY, April 24.--William Koenigs and Kuno Durben of Stacyville were bound over to the grand jury by Justice John McGeeney on bonds of $500 for .driving while"Intoxicated. They were : ,.ar-' rested Friday night arid put in jail by A. B. Coon, deputy sheriff. They obtained bonds and were released. A marriage license was issued to Lawrence Squier and May E. Frank both of Osage. The W. C. T. TI. will meet with Mrs. Stella Stiefll Wednesday afternoon when the following program will be given: Devotions, Mrs- Emma Collis; solo, Loraine Buckman; talk, "Training for Citizenship" by Mrs. P. C. Lapham. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will observe their 115th anniversary with a special program Thursday evening in the I. O. O. F. hall. Children from the Odd Fellows home in Mason City and the Rev. William Galbreth of Mason City will take part-on the program. Mr. and Mrs. Sander Helgen motored to Mason City Monday to see Mr. Helgen's sister, a missionary, who is ill. Mrs. F. S. Artz Is very ill from a stroke at her home on West Ferguson street. Mrs. Angle Beatty, who accompanied the body of MrsJ Emma Ireland from Long Beach, Cal., to Charles City, is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Seymour. CCC Worker Succumbs; Funeral Will Be Held in Decorah Wednesday DECORAH, April 24.--Hoyle Stevens, 19. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Stevens, died yesterday morning at the McGregor hospital after a'six days' illness with pneumonia. Hoyle was a member of the CCC camp, having joined about three weeks ago in Decorah. Last week he was transferred with a number of other boys to the camp at McGregor. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 at the residence, and at 2 at the United Lutheran church, with the Rev. O. Glesne officiating. Burial will be made in the Norwegian Lutheran cemetery. His parents, a brother, Clifford, and a sister, Adeline, survive. HEPBURN IS HEPBURN In these days of motion picture entertainment it is refreshing to encounter acting which does not remind one of another bit of acting seen the week before, and it Is upon that fact that Katharine Hepburn's popularity. rests. She does not imitate Garbo or Dietrich, nor does she classify as a "type" actress. Each of her moving picture roles has shown her to be individual and sincere In her work, fully capable of handling the various characterizations which she has attempted. "Spitfire," playing through Friday at the Cecil, stars Miss Hep- burns as a semi-wild Carolina mountain girl, a difficult portrayal which thoroughly demonstrates her ability. * * * Following are the men who compose "The Lost Patrol," British cavalry unit which becomes lost in the Mesopotamian desert and is wiped out one by one by Arab snipers: Victor McLaglen as the heroic, indomitable sergeant; Boris Karloff as Sanders, the religious zealot; Sammy Stein, the bitter but brave Jew; Reginald Denny as Brown,.who deserted -to find quick death; Alan Hale as Cookjust as dumb as he was bigr, but a devil in a fight; Wallace Ford as Morelli who believed he was an eternal Jinx; J. M. Kerrigan as Quincannon, 30 years a soldier; Biily Sevan, the cockney who was married on the morning he sailed with the troop; Douglas Walton as Pearson, the -willing kid who was first to die; Paul Hanson as MacKay, the dour Scot who loved horses, .and Brandon Mearst-Ss Corporal Bell, a real .. soldier · of · the king. - · . On the same bill, "She Made Her Bed" with Sally Eilers and Richard Arlen. Through Friday at the Palace. * * * "GOING HOLLYWOOD" RETURNS TO STRAND With Bing Crosby and Marion Davies in feature roles, "Going Hollywood," a musical comedy with a rather artificial romance, began three day return engagement Tuesday at the Strand theater. * * * With four fine comedians furnishing laughs all the way, "Havana Widows" is a dandy picture Allen Jenkins as the gangster's chauffeur, Frank McHugh as tin attorney who is constantly either just before, just after or in the ac of taking another drink, and Joai Blondell and GJenda Farrell head the cast. Guy Kibbee also has a fine role as the potential sucker for the gals. t * * Frank Buck, wild animal man whose picture.'Wild Cargo" begins a four day run Saturday at the .Cecil, has crossed the Pacific 40 times, circumnavigated the world five times, knocked out an orangutang- in a fair fight, walked practically the entire length of the island of Borneo, delivered a complete zoo to the city of 'Dallas, Tex., as per contract, and assembled'in. his Singapore compound the largest assortment of wild animals ever collected Will Attend Convention. KANAWHA, April 24.--V. A. Blomgren will attend the thirty- ixth anniversary of Charles F. Brown Camp No. 9, Department of owa, United Spanish War Veterans at Fort Dodge, Thursday. Mr. Blomgren is the only Spanish war 'eteran in Kanawha, CLIFF PERRINE A Popular Band at the Surf Last Season THURSDAY, APRIL 26 Ladles 26c Gents 41e ANDY KIRK ASD HIS 12 CLOUDS OF JOY Saturday, April 28 JACK CRAWFORD THE CLOMTV FRINGE OF MUSIC Thursday, May S In 1902 an eruption of Mt. Peleft destroyed 30,000 inhabitanta of St. Pierre. IOWA. 1ADY MAT. 16c EVE. 210 GUILD. lOc DAY May Hobson Warren William Guy Klbbee--Jean Parker tied Sparks, Glenda Fnrrell WEDNESDAY A Great laugh Starts "HAVANA WIDOWS" With JOAN BLONDELL GLENDA FABREU. NOW SHOWING .Ends. 1 Xhur. A fiesta ol musical merriment, .with Bing - Marion Ringing: love--and making love! MOTES yWOOD 'BIKOCJtOiBy With Stuart Erwin -- F»l D'Orsay PALACE OASIS OPPOSITE FAIRGROUNDS Tuesday and Wednesday, April 24 and 25 Open Kites ENTERTAINMENT UNKNOWN? Try our small new glass finish dance floor. American Owned and Operated. 162S S. FEDERAL AVE. Osage Luther League Presents Lyle Program OSAGE, April 24.--The Luther league of Osage Lutheran church met with the Lyle Luther league at Lyle Sunday evening. The Osage league gave the following program: Scripture reading and prayer, the Rev. T. P. Solera; numbers by choir, a group of women's voices, a boys' quartet, girls' quartet, junior and senior quartets; solos, Arnold Warren and Jeanette Forslund, talk, Ingwald Halverson, reading, Ethel Kirkeby. The Lyle league recently gave a program here. Former Resident Burled. NEW HAMPTON, April 24.-Funeral sen-ices were held in Detroit, Mich., Tuesday for Mrs. William Cronin, formerly Clara Faber of New Hampton. Dance to ... BOBBY GRIGGS And His Orchestra AVALON BALLROOM SUNSET INN MANLY TUESDAY, APRIL 24 LADIES 26c -- GENTS 4Ic Saturday, April 28 RED WILSON ··" Liberty Macatlne EVERY WOMAN LIVING WILL LOVE THIS STARK DRAMA OF LIVING MINI Loyal..she refused to cheat a cheater ..even for love! BLAZING! MIGHTY! GLORIOUS! If* gnat jttSSSsSE P^ i. HtJKasZ. Victor McUfltn Boris Kirlelf W l l l O . F . r d Mxlnalet Dinny RICHARD ARLEN SALLY EILERS Rob'tARMSTRONG R O S C O A T E S AMATEUR CONTEST ON THE STAGE: FRIDAY NIGHT-- STARTS TODAY! Enthroned by the Love of a Hundred Million He Had No Right to Love Her--But He Couldn't Resist! ·\DDED TECHNICOLOR CARTOON "HELL'S FIKE" Odditv -- Paramount News Her Greatest Human Bole! Saturday--Frank Buck's "Wild Cargo"

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