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

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1937
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COURT OF HONOR HELD IN CHURCH Charters and Certificates as Well as Badges Presented. Troops 21 and 14 staged a court of honor at the Congregational church Monday evening, at which _ awards and badges were present. ed. Ralph Lloyd Jones, commissioner for division 2, presented to troop 21 and ship 321 their char- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 9 · 1937 ters and certificates, ship 321 re ceiving a medalion from the na tional council known as the 133. ten year program award. Merit badge and first and sec ond class awards were made by W H. Erickson, with the Rev. William Galbrelh, in charge of the award division of the council, assisting Songs were led by Eugene Tracy J. H. McWaters, chairman of the troop committee of the Congregational church, welcomed the guests. The Rev. Alexander S Carlson gave a short talk. Scout from Nora Springs and othei. troops were in attendance. Earl K. Behrend, scout executive, mad the announcements. The following awards were made: s Second Class--P h i 11 i p Armstrong, Robert Crawford, Jene Jacoby, Gilbert McKague and Dick Mettler, troop 21, and Leland Combs, troop 22, Nora Springs. First Class--Francis Siessegei and Ralph Wandrey. troop 14 Philip Armstrong and Rober Crawford, troop 21, and Ollar Webb, troop 22, Nora Springs. First Class Merit B a d g e s-- snn'^e Anderson, troop 2, stamp c o l l e c t i n g ; Raymond Butcher troop 12, safety and athletics Albert Moon, troop 12, painting swimming and firemanship; Jack Delaney, troop 14, scholarship Jack Donaldson, troop 14, printing and scholarship; Vincent Heuter troop 14, marksmanship; Robe Shovein, troop 14, scholarship am first aid; Richard Barker, A. S. M troop 21, first aid, music, path- finding, cycling, handicraft and hiking; Roger Gast, troop 21, firs aid, public health and persona health; Harold Johnson, troop 21 first aid, public health and personal health; Dick Maudsley, troop 21 personal health and public health Gene Payne, troop 21, first aid public health and personal health Product of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Tender Short Cut Club Steaks , . , , PORK HOCKS, Pound Sc NECK BONES, Pound 4c Armour's Milk Fed Veal Chops, Steaks . Ib.ISc WIENERS, Large Small, Pound Bulk SAUERKRAUT, Quart. Pure Ground Beef and Sausage . Ik lOc BEEF SHORT RIBS, Pound : Ocean WHITING, 3 Pounds 25c Pork HEARTS, * *,, LIVER, BRAINS, Ib. llIC PERCH - f FILLETS, P o u n d . . . IOC Let Us Tell You and You Won't Have to Tell the Judge TET us accurately test your lights on the new Guide \-iHeadlamp Tester. The inspection it FREE and « report card from the machine is given to you. Night driving can be a pleasure. Bnd the danger and strain of driving with poor lights--drive in today! Central Auto Electric Co. 25 First Street S. W. , Phollc 494 Lots of Teeth Koliert Kisner, above, of iMus- catine, smiles at championship claims advanced in behalf oC youngsters who have 20 teeth at 20 months or 16 (eeth at 15 months, who have been In the news recently. The reason is that lie has a complete set of 20--and lie's only 15 months old. Dentists say this record is unusual. Ronald had 10 teeth when he was a year old. He's added the second 10 in the past tlireo months. Iaiva Daily Tress Photo) J. B. Youngblood, Jr., troop 21 first aid, personal health and public health. Your Federal Income Tax 28. Deduction for Traveling Expenses. To obtain a deduction for traveling expenses, which form an important item in the returns of many taxpayers, certain regula- tlions.must be observed. The taxpayer is required to attach to his return a statement showing the nature ot business in which engaged, number of days away from home during the taxable year on account of business, total amount of expense incidental to meals and lodging, and total amount of "other expenses" incident to travel and claimed as a deduction. Among the "other expenses" are tips, provided they are reasonable in amount. Traveling expenses are deductible only when the trip is on business. They arc limited to such expenses as are reasonable and necessary in the conduct oE the business and directly attributable to it. Traveling expenses incurred in connection with a journey to another city to accept or seek employment are not deductible. Suburbanites who commute daily from their homes to their places of business are not permitted to deduct the cost of transportation, it being a personal expense. Claims for deduction for traveling expenses must be substantiated, when required by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue showing in detail the amount and nature of the expenses incurred. Odd, Fatal Mishap Attributed to Bay Region Earthquake SAN FRANCISCO, (/P)--An odd, 'atal accident was attributed to Monday's earthquake in the San Francisco bay region as residents leard Tuesday the assurance o£ a scientist that no serious shock is likely within the next 20 or 30 years. In Berkeley, the tremor Monday iwakened Henry Koulz, 54. He started to run downstairs at his lome, stumbled and fell over the Jannisler. He died of a skull fracture. Captain T. .T. J. See, United States navy scientist at Mare Is- and, said the quake was a "minor ^justment beneath the ocean." rie predicted "the next serious dis- urbance probably will occur between I960 and 1970. License Examinations Not Held on Fridays Drivers license examiners will until further notice hold their sessions in Mason City on Fridays nstead of Saturday, J, J. Burnett, nssistant chief, announces. Tlie examinations will be held the same place as formerly at the Y. II. C. A. Entrance to the exam- nation rooms may be reached h rough the north door o£ tile building. Mora Springs Mishap Victim's Rites Held NASHUA--Funeral services for larold Smith of Nora Springs, vho died Sunday from injuries ·eceived when struck fay a hit and ·un autoist, were held at the Wethodist church Tuesday after- loon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. \Vil- lam Kerwin of Rudd, former pas- or of the Methodist church here, officiated, and interment was in reenwood cemetery. Play at Hantantoivn. JOICE--Members of the high -school glee clubs sang at the fanlontown school Monday morn- ng and the Kensett band played, 'he Kensett band will play be- ore the school here Wednesday afternoon. This is work con- iccted wilh the slate music con- cst. Correct this sentence: "My husband did the courting," said she and 1 did nothing to lead him on," --Dubimue Telesraph-Heraia. FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily Lenten Devotional Prepared by Dr. Willard L. Sperry for the Federal Council at Churches of Christ In America. Fifth Week--"Faith and ..... Hope" Faith As Devotion to Christ. Tuesday, March 9. "Nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me." Read Romans 8:35-39. Saint Paul will always be re- m e m b ered in Christian theology for his doctrine of "justification by faith." T h e i d e a i s found in the Old Testament. "The just shall live by his faith" (Habakkuk 2:24). "With S a i n t Paul faith meant a passionate devotion to Christ, so whole-hearted that his lift is identified wi,th r* 1 !^ TM -^'. s DR. SPERRY Lord's. Christ is re-living his life in him. * We Anglo-Saxons have carried (he idea ot the impenetrable self much too far. We are not so isolated, immunized, and insulated from one another as we suppose. Each of us lives in others and others live as component parts of ourselves. "When I sue God for myself. He hears that name o£ thine," says Elizabeth Barrett to Robert Browning. The Pauline conception o£ faith as a love for Christ which gives increasing identity to the life of Jesus and one's own life has been from that day to this the hallmark of Christian piety. It is the mystical restatement o£ the saying of Jesus that "the disciple is not above his master, nor the servant above his lord." Prayer: Almighty God, grant that as thy Son was one with thee, we also, being one with him, and living in our inner man tin- life he lived once upon earth, may be hidden in thce. Amen." Teacher From Algona Injured in Accident ALGONA--It was learned in Algona of the accident in which Miss June Adele Overmyer was in recently near Prairie City, Feb. 27. Miss Overmyer is now in the Lutheran hospital in Des Moincs suffering from a fractured pelvic bone and other injuries. She was with four other teachers from Oskaloosa where she teaches. Miss Overmyer did not want anything revealed to friends here because she did not want her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, who were spending- the winter in California, to return before they had planned. The parents, however, will arrive in Algona Wednesday. Miss Overmyer will be unable to resume teaching this year. Hlrs. Scliciircr Buried. CRESCO -- Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Zion Evangelical church, 8 miles north ot Cresco, for Mrs. Jacob Scheurer, 83, widow, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Park E. Miller of Cresco with burial in the nearby cemetery. A son and a daughter, Mrs. John Brown of Albion township north of Cresco, survive. For Backache Kidney and Bladder Trouble Stop Getting Up Nights and Feel Younger Here's one good way to flush harmful waste from kidneys and stop bladder irritation that often causes scanty, burning and smarting passage. Ask your druggist for a 35-cent box of Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules--a splendid safe and harmless diuretic and stimulant for weak kidneys and irritated bladder. Besides getting up nights, some symptoms ot kidney trouble are backaches, puffy eyes, leg cramps and moist palms, but be sure to get GOLD MEDAL--it's the genuine medicine for weak kidneys-right from Haarlem in Holland. ·ELEVEN Charles D. Douglas, Former · Resident of Mason City, Succumbs Charles D. Douglas, former resident or Mason City, died Monday morning at his home in Oskaloosa. Funera) services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Oskaloosa. Mr. Douglas, who was employed as fireman on the M. and St. L., left Mason City about six years ago. Ridgeway World War Vet Dies at Home RIDGEWAY --Gilbert Lundby, life long resident of Madison township, died at his home Sunday afternoon. Mr. Lundby was born in Madison township in 1891, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lundby. He resided in Madison township all his life. He is a veteran of the World war. Mr. Lundby is survived by two brothers, Alfred and Albert 'Lundby, of Madison township and four sisters, Mrs. Emma Emily of Dakota, Clara, Tina and Ellen Lundby of Madison township. With all the fashion l e a d e r s c r y i n g "IVeed! Tweed!, 1 '. Kayeer "Leatherette" gloves are much in demand. They come in colors keyed to Spring's best tweed s h a d e s . This s t y l e , wilh the interesting hack, is a new leader. "Washable and long' wearing, too. So,"Be W i s e r -- B u y Kayser. 1 ' $£.00 MAIN FLOOR Demon's Damon's Drapery Department OFFERS YOU The Best PANELS YOU CAN BUY AT · 50 Inches Wide · 2V 4 Yards Long · 8 Assorted Patterns SECOND FLOOR Damon's And We Mean "Avenue" T^LAG DAY doesn't come till June and we don't sec any troops, but perhaps the -*- national colors have been unfurled just for this lone leader in the Spring Style Parade. His whole get-up denotes nothing short of leadership. The grey homburg, worn fairly straight upon the head, goes well with the conservative grey herringbone topcoat. The suit in dark blue is a rather new note in that its fabric is a basket weave serge, instead of worsted or cheviot. A spaced stripe shirt with white starched collar and dark solid color tie cannot be improved upon, but the two other shirts below are worthy substitutes in good taste. In this machine age, we take pride in the hand-sewn glove, because it is more individual and really fashioned to fit. More and more the trend is toward gauntlet style. The dickey shirt harks back to late nineteenth century days, but now enjoys returning- favor for town wear in this demi-bosom style. The same goes for the dark satin tie. There Is plenty of punch, both literally and t'ashioinvise, in the popular wingtip heavy calf shoe here shown. Also note the neatness of this .style of lacing- Try it yourself. English' shirt-makers are casting heavy votes for this wide-spaced stripe on shirts carrying the new, fairly long point lounge collar, worn without a collar pin. Do not wear a striped tie with this shirt. ESQUIRE will answer all questions on men's fashions. Write MEN'S FASHION DEPARTMENT, THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, and enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for reply. IMPORTANT NOTE: 25c brings you "Esquire's Etiquette of Color," ,, large-sized four-page folder in full color embracing 32 sujjgesfions for effective combina- tions in eolors and patterns for the complete ensemble.

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