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March 21, 1931

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

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Mason City News on This Page SATURDAY/MARCH 21, 1931 North Jowa's Home Newspaper 8 March 25--Nationwide b u s i n e s s girls' banquet at the Y. W. C. A. March 28^-Special meeting of the U. C. T. at P. G. and E. auditorium at 8 p. m. March SO--Election of city councilmen. .April 8, 9, 1.0 and 11--Boys' bobby show, sponsored by Y. M. C. A. and Kiwanis club. ·in Masom City COMPLETION OF ST. LUKE'S PLANNED Miss Anita NugehtT 320 Connecticut avenue northeast, is recovering from an attack of influenza. Farm loans--Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. Lr. Patton, 109 Bast State street. A birth certificate has been filed for Harold H., Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hutchinson, 210 ffwen- ty-second street . southeast, born March 3. Will build a garage 10x18, material and labor, for 5140. Will gladly give estimates on new or remodel work. Fred Pinneke. Phone 3661J. . Louis FHzpatrick, 924 North Monroe avenue, left Friday evening for Chicago, Milwaukee and other cities for a visit with relatives. ··· The first degree team of the Odd Fellows lodge will go to Hampton Monday evening to confer the degree on about a. dozen candidates. The members of the team will leave the local hall about 6:30 o'clock - Mond ay evening. For Sale--Beautiful ,8-ii'c. upholstered dining room suite, General -Electric refrigerator, new; Junior pool table. Must sell at once. 125 ·llth N. E. B. J. Drununond, traffic commissioner of the Mason City Chamber . of Commerce, returned Friday evening- from Des Moines, w^iere he spent two days in conference with "members of the Iowa Traffic league .concerning legislative matters. ·Bliss Adeline McGuIre, manager -of the Hughs Dress shop, was 'called to Des Moines by the field , manager. She will remain there over 1 Sunday. .]. Paul.Stehn, and Henry Verhelst, ; fetter-icafriera,- andfc-M.^ T T -- - ' - ivjfSt^stJf- ·^(fTVfif^'nS^i ,, ., . . , all 'ftble to return : 'to .their work 1 Sat- .'.urdEiyY They liad been ill. CARD OF THANKS , We wish to thank our many 'friends and neighbors, also the following- organizations: The C. M. St. P. and P. Ry. store dept., shop force and car dept., employes of L. P. Courshon Co., the Ben Hur, Fraternal Order of Eagles and American Legion for their kind help and sympathy during our recent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Berry, Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Berry. "I have thousands of friends," says a congressman. So here's one man who never tried to borrow money.--Midwest Review. HOSPITAL SOLD TO MINNEAPOLIS CONCERN, CLAIM Further Details to Be Announced Next Week, Says Beck. The first intimation of plans' for the completion of St. Luke's hospital, Third street and Georgia avenue northeast, since the abandon- ment'of the structure several years ago, was made Saturday morning with the announcement of Allan Beck of Beck Brothers Realty establishment that the building had been sold to a' Minneapolis concern. While no definite information on the transaction was' forthcoming now, it was'intimated by Mr. Beck that the structure would be completed and operated 1 as a hospital. He said further particulars on the matter would be announced next week. The building, the exterior of which was completed, has been owned since the sale for the bondholders by the B. and B. Realty company of Minneapolis and it was for' this concern that Mr. Beck is understood to have effected a sale. The purchaser, is a Minneapolis concern, representatives of which have been in Mason City the past week conferring with local persons. SCOUTS TO HOLD FLYING CONTEST Kite War Will Be Waged at Aviation Field on March 28. Plans have been practically completed for the first area wide kite flying contest to · be held at the ^M.vweslf of r vtown; .Sa dori, March; 28. ' !·· The contest is scheduled to star at 1:30 and is open to all registerec scouts in the council. Every scou who enters must have made his own kite. He is eligible to enter three ordinary and three box kites. No contestant will be allowed to put his kite ,in the air until the official starter has given the signal. Kites will be judged on neatness, design and flying qualities. After the kites have been judged and the contest-is over, scouts who desire to do so may take part in a big "open to all" kite flying fight which will be full of excitement and thrilling moments. DIRECTS ORCHESTRA ACREAGE FOR SALE Acreage tract on · South Carolina Avenue will plat into 18 lots. Owner will sell entire tract with paving and special assessments paid and will accept easy, terms. Call the undersigned for further Phone 134 Kresgo BIdg. W. A. Storer of Mason Ctlty directed the local" grade school-' orchestra as an opening feature of the Saturday morning program at the convention of tho north central division of the Iowa Teachers association at the high school. Injured Boy Able to Leave Mercy Hospital Robert Jensen, 6, Dougherty, injured when struck by an automobile at Dougherty early this week, was able to leave Mercy hospital Friday. AT THE HOSPITALS Daly Epigrams! The eyes do not teach love, but they have pupils. W. J.DSLY Co HEAT/INS A Timely-- loan has started many a prosperous enterprise or averted a ; threatening crisis. A monthly \ or weekly payment plan can be i arranged for you. SERVICE we. Mrs. Peter Anderson, Clear Lake, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Friday. Mrs. G. L. Emmert, east of the city, was admitted to Story hospital Friday for treatment. John and David Shipley, 114 Third street northwest, were dismissed from Mercy hospital Saturday following minor operations. Andrew Frelund, 203 First street southeast, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Friday. Thurley Joan Thompson, Northwood, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Friday. James Hedrick, 312 Thirteenth street northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Friday. · Francis McMullen, Rockwell, son of R. A. McMullen, was admitted to Story hospital for a major operation Friday. Dorothy Soule, 2302 Madison avenue southwest, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Friday. Dorothy Kruger, 251 Fourteenth street southeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Friday. She was able to leave the same day. Mrs. M. Sahey, 321 Third street northeast, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Friday. Mrs. M. Aasgaard 1 , Lake Mills, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Friday following- a major operation. v Mrs. W. C. Mavis, 12 0 Fourteenth street northeast, was dismissed from Park hospital Friday following a, minor operation. F. Sparrow, 504 Fifth street southwest, was dismissed from Park hospital Friday following treatment. Mrs. Ben Wildebor and infant son, 432 Twenty-fourth street southeast, were dismissed from Park hospital Friday. « Miss lolna Maassen, 216 Kirk apartments, was admitted to Story hospital for a major operation Saturday. MILLER REPLIES TO THOMAS VIEW Was Singled Out for Prose cution, Claim; Others Were Guilty Too. Replying to the explanation mad by Guy Thomas, /Clear Lake stat food inspector, Luke B. Miller, Ma son City grocer who is pushing a Investigation of the state's food In spection practices, makes clear tha his complaint is not the prosecutio of himself but Mr. Thomas' fatlur to prosecute others guilty of th same law violations. "I do not deny," he said, "that /xd strawberries of a short meaa ureia'my store the day-Mr. Thoma came in. They were bought from .local producer and offered for sa: in the original boxes and if shor weight, it was the fault of the pro ducer and not of myself. Had Goods on Three Others. "I do, however, charge that Mr. Thomas had undisputed and conclusive evidence against at least three other merchants of Mason City who had bought the same kind of strawberries in the same kind of boxes from the same producer. He refused to file information against these merchants or prosecute them." Mr. Miller charges Mr. Thomas with attempting to fix the prices merchants should pay farmers for eggs and insists Mr. Thomas employed an individual to plant stale eggs in a store at Northwood for purpose of "catching the merchant." "This fact," said iiir. Miller's statement, "was admitted in a letter sent out by the department ot agriculture." Calls It "Persecution." "I am interested in this particular transaction," Mr. Miller added, "only as a citizen of Iowa who believes the food inspection service should he operated for the benefit of all the people. Neither Mr. Thomas nor any other representative of the agricultural department should attempt to fix the price of eggs for FIVE CANDIDATES ILE PETITIONS WITH CITY CLERK 549 New Registrations Are Made; Election Is March 30. The petitions of all five candidates for the two positions open on the city council were · accepted by the city council following a canvass of the petitions by the council Saturday afternoon. Each petition of candidate for city off ice. must bear the signatures of 10 persons for each 1,000 of city population. Five candidates for the two open jositions of city councilmen filed pe- Jttons with the city clerk Friday. The final opportunity to file was midnight Friday. Herman M. Knudson and Mier Wolf, present councilmen whose :erms expire, both filed petitions for re-election. Other candidates who filed were Gottlieb Grupp, W. J. Pagenhart and Clint E. Cooper. Unusual interest in the election, which is to be held March 30, seems to be indicated by the registration of voters which was comparatively heavy, according to J. H. McEweu, city clerk. A total of 649 registrations or changes oT address were made 'since March 1, 569 of which were made this week. A large number of registrations of employes from certain industrial concerns In the city was mentioned by officials in the clerk's office. Friday night also closed the opportunity to register because city ordinances require a 10 day period elapse between the close of registration and the election. Persons previously registered who had voted within the last four years and who had not changed their address or name, were not required to register. Funeral Services Are Held for Mrs. Nichols at Methodist Church Funeral services for .Mrs. Katherine Nichols, 18 Twelfth street southeast, .were held at the First Methodist church Saturday afternoon. The Rev, William H. Spence, pastor of the church, conducted the services. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. .. Pallbearers were Will Johnston, Will Diercks, Otto Stoltenberg, Fred Stoltenberg, Joan Stevenson and Frank Cookman.. Mrs. C. Z. Smith sang "Abide With Me" and "Sunset and Evening Star." Mrs. Bertha Patchen presided at the organ. Mrs. Nichols, who died at the home of her brother, Alex Meurs, Wednesday, had., lived In Mason City for the past 48 years. She had been 111 since the holidays. Mrs. Nichols was a member of the First Methodist church. BLAZE IN HOTEL IS EXTINGUISHED Fire Does Small Damage to Stanton Hotel in Morning Blaze.. Fire burned a hole in the floor of a room at the Stanton hotel, 833 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Saturday morning. The call was received by the fire department at 5:02. The night clerk smelled smoke and called the fire department be- 'ore he stopped to locate the blaze. He had found the fire in room 27 occupied by Ted Floran and Warren ross. The clerk threw some burning clothes from the window and had the fire almost out by the time Rusty Hinge Quavtet Will-Entertain for, Spirit Lake Banquet The Rusty Hinge quartet will supply the entertainment Tuesday evening at the annual community meeting held at Spirit Lake under the auspices of the Commercial club. W. Earl Hall, a member of the quartet, will give the principal address of the evening. This is the first visit of the local group to Spirit Lake altho on three or four occasions it has filled engagements at Spencer and cither towns in the Okoboji neighborhood. CAB FIRE EXTINGUISHED^ ; Fire in/the rear seat of a Ford touring automobile belonging to William Everts was extinguished at 5 Delaware avenue southeast by the fire department following a call at 11:50 o'clock Thursday night. The fire was caused by a cigaret ihrown from a window, firemen, said. A hole wag burned in the cushion. farmers. In conclusion, Mr. Miller expresses a desire to know why the information charging him with having stale eggs in his possession was withdrawn. If guilty, he Insists he should have been prosecuted. "Frankly," he concluded, "it looks more like persecution than prosecution." Districts Plan to Hold Honor Courts The district court of honor for district three, comprised of Franklin and Vright counties of the North Iowa Area council, will be held in Clarion Thursday, April 2. This corrects Friday's announcement that the court was scheduled for Goldfield on April 3. Dr. J. L. Pauley, deputy commisr sioner of Mason City, will speak at the district one and two courts of honor at the Congregational church at Charles City Tuesday evening. Ralph Stanbery, vice president of the council and chairman of the cub committee, will give the address at the district four court of honor at Forest City Wednesday In the assembly room of the courthouse. Rev. J. L. Pickett, chairman of the area court of honor, will give the main talk at the district five court of honor in thp Congregational church at Clear Lake on Friday. The speaker for the court at Clarion has not yet been selected. A former circus acrobat Is now a Chicago politician. Well, it takes an acrobat to stay on the fence and in the middle of the road at the same time.--Nashville Southern Lumberman. BREATH CONTROL Is 50% In Singing ns well as In tho'playlnff of a, wind .Instrument. How .much do you received from your teacher? FRASER School of Music Prinne 2145 or 798 ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Cnr washed or greased Soiuo Quality Work as Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. 75c SEE and TRY THE NEW ROYAL PORTABLE The Finest Portable Typewriter It involves no obligation on your part. Loring-Farmer Co. 107 E. State Phone 843 LOCAL MAN PRAISES THE NEW ENGLAND Some time ago I received a letter L'rom a local professional man who is widely known. His advice is valued and frequently sought. His letter, published below. Is greatly appreciated because he wrote it voluntarily. The local man's recommendation of 'the New England Mutual can well be heeded by those considering Life Insurance. HERE IS HIS LETTER My Dear Fischbeck: I thought that perhaps you would interested In knowing that your company, The New England Mu r tual, has recently cashed in my policy and I have their check for J2.631.75 before me. My policy was a twenty-year payment, thirty-year endowment. The premium was $?8.G5 per year. J paid in $1,573.00 and drew out at maturity $2,631.75. During this time I have borrowed money on the policy .several times and as much as $1,200.00 at a time. For thirty years I have been insured.. * cannot speak too highly of the dealings of your company with me or of this line of Insurance as an investment. I have saved $2,631.75 and I am certain that during part of this time I would not have saved anything had It not been for this policy. I think that Insurance- is one of the greatest investments for a young man and I prefer the endowment for the returns one receives. Yours most sincerely, If you'd like to see the original copy or above letter, ask Ralph FJschbeck, local representative of the' New England Mutual, and he will show it to you. WHY I AM A FORD DEALER Because of the reliable gas tank and simplicity of design. The tank Is made of terce plate metal (not thin sheet steel), is electrically welded (not soldered). It is placed in the cowl with the principal of gravity feed to the carburetor. It is one of the many patents held by Henry Ford that will not be duplicated or copied. The safety feature is Important as there Is a steel partition and air chamber between tank and motor as compared with a tank at the rear with exhaust coming out underneath. If a tank at rear of car overflows and the engine backfires there is danger of a fire. Ford has eliminated that hazard. The new Ford has 18 inches as a gas line, other cara have from 8 to 11 feet. There is little chance for a Ford gas line to become clogged and It is easy to clean. The gas tank in and airplane Is in the wings, directly above the motor, with gravity feed to the carburetor. Fuel pumps and vacuum feeds are complicated and occasionally get out of working order, that is why the new Ford and airplane use simple gravity feed with a short gas line. An accurate gas gauge is before the driver at all times, ho joints or fluid to leak out. See the gas tank in our cutaway exhibit .on our showfloor. '--CLARENCE SCUCK1SI We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is the regular $1.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. IV. OUR SUNDAY DINNER TOUCHES THE SPOT Make it a point to be at the Princess Sunday for a delicious Sunday dinner--You will enjoy the atmosphere of this popular cafe. Chinese Dishes Our Specialty PRINCESS CAFE 312 NORTH FEDERAL AVENUK The Whole Family Will Enjoy Dinner w At the RAINBOW CAFE "The Cafe With a Conscience" 120 N. Federal We pride ourselves on maintaining a clean, modern cafe . . . and on giving our patrons the kind of service that adds the most enjoyment to their meals. Have Sunday Dinner with us, a delicious menu has been planned. :he department arrived. Firemen completed the work. Damage was small. It was probably caused by tmextinguished cig- arets, firemen said. Optometrists' Dinner Held at Hotel Here A joint dinner of the North Iowa Association of Optometrists and the women's auxiliary was held at the Cerro Gordo hotel Thursday night About 35 attended. W. B. Baker, Rochester, N. Y., gave the address, a discussion ol new instruments for eye examinations. H. W. Knutson and K. V. Vance were in charge of local arrangements. NOW LOWER FOOD PRICES MAKK POSSIBLE A Good Meal FOH SPECIAL Chicken Dinner Sun. 4Oc S A V O Y C A F E 14 South Delaware MASON CITY', IOWA DO YOU KNOW? You can buy your Dwelling and furniture Insurance from Oleson [ns. Agency for 1-3 less? Best In state. No assessments. Phone 1591. Damon's Inc. Make a Print Frock Make a Woollen Coat You'll want them both, once Spring gets into your bloodl And you'll want them without the trouble and tussling that invariably accompanies an ordinary pattern. The answer is--make them "the Mc- Cali way," the simplest way of alll We can supply effective fabrics for each! McCALL PRINTED PATTERNS W. R. Cothern, M. D. PROCTOLOGIST (Rectal Diseases) PILES and FISTULAE DO YOU REALIZE that the most chronic, long standing cases of bleeding, protruding, ulcerated hemorrhoids are NOW curable with a. few mild, practically painless office treatments? Some say, "It's a fake, it can't bo done." Lots of wise ( ? i men in the early day, said Columbus was crazy, the World was not round. DO YOU REALIZE that there is no longer any necessity of your going to the hospital as practically all rectal cases CAN BE succeessfully treated a t m y office, thereby saving you the loss of time from your daily work and additional expense? ALSO IJESIEMBKR that many complications are due to rectal trouble. When, that is cured the other troubles often din- appear. This is especially true in nervous conditions. If you are suffering from any rectal trouble come in and find out what is wrong. If I can't relieve the condition I won't treat you. PRIVATE DISEASES OP MEN AND WOMEN SUCCESSFULLY TREATED Office--11'/ 2 S. Federal Avc., over Krcsgo's Dollar Store, Mason City, Iowa. Hours: 9 A. M. to 5 IVM. Evenings of Wednesday and , Saturday 6:30 to 8:30. Men Beware the woman in Grey She'll be irresistable this Spring IIOMR OF KOTHMOOK COATS ' Ch!n'£ ? " ; v;lt£"" tWo -- * American wonwu f ri I»

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