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March 24, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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Mason City News on This Page TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1931 North Iowa's Home Newspaper Mason City's 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 18 p. m. March 80--Election of city couu- cilmen. April 6--Annual military ball of National guard units. April 8, 9, 10 and II--Boys' hobby show, sponsored by Y. M. G. A. and KSwanis club. ' WALTONITES OPPOSE PROPOSED BILLS Here in MSLSOO City Bee's Tea Koom for parties and banquets. Ph. 1958. 919 N. Federal . Mid-Continent Park station Is now open. Greasing, washing and car repairing. W. R. Hammersland Harold Shroyer, postal mail cur rier No. 4, was unable to he at work Tuesday because of illness. Farm loans--Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. i.. Fatten, 109 East State street. Birth certificates have been filed for Duane Weston, child of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Foos, Meservey, borr March 11; Patrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Quininos, 816 South Van Buren avenue, born March 17, an" James- Robert Dry, Clear Lake born March 17. Special--Feather beds made into feather mattresses, new ticking, 56.50 complete. J. D. Farrer and Co. Ph. 769. Will build a garage 10x18, material and labor, for 5140. Will gladly give estimates on new or re model work. Fred Finueke. Phone 3661J. Fh. 955--root repairing or complete' new roof. Builders Supp. Co For roof repairing or a new roof call 955. Builders Supp.'Co. E. ft. Prior, formerly in the monument business in Mason City, ha; recently been elected secretary am treasurer of the Waterloo chapter of the .Tzaak Walton league. Mr Prior ts third district member of the organization's legislative com mittee too. - ' Kegular M. B. A. meeting a Eagles hall Wed. eve., March 25 followed by a dance for members 'and all friends. Music by Coe's White Camels. man and woman . Co., Inc., advertisement on Page 2 In this paper. PEOPLES' CANDIDATE Reduction of taxes (Widows am Ol» Age exemption). Clean am economical adminstration. Your sup port solicited. G. Grupp. A STATEMENT I, Charles E. Cooper, wish to hav it known that I am not a candidat for the city council. Many persons confusing me with the Clint E Cooper who has filed for the coun cil, have spoken to me about th matter and I take this means i fairness of making my statu clear. Charles E. Cooper, 725 North Hampshire Let's to restore your optimism by supplying t h e * necessary funds to tide you over. Very favorable terms -- convenient payments. UNITED SERVICE - 80 ACRES ' WANTED Have for exchange a large 10 room house; full basement, city heat, excellent location, corner 2nd street and Penn. ave., 99 ft. frontage. CALL i ECK mos Phone 134 Kreago Bldg. Daly Epigrams! The tallest man in the world Is not above criticism. WJ.DlLYCc HEATING NOT IN FAVOR OF GIVING RECORDER FEE OF 10 CENTS Delegates Chosen to National Convention to Be Held at Chicago. Members of the Izaak Walton eagiie went on record as opposed to hree bills now before the state leg- slature at the meeting of the or- :antzation Monday night in the P. 1. and E. auditorium. Senator B. W. Clark will be asked to give hia iupport in preventing their passage. One of these bills would givo county recorders 10 cents of each fame license issued. It was pointed out at the meeting that the fish and fame department now maintains its own enforcement personnel and also aays about $36,000 to the school lund. Has Passed House. Opposition was also' voiced to the Durant bill which would permit farmers to shoot pheasants whenever they felt the birds were damaging crops. Members of the league stated that sufficient restriction should be placed on the killing oC pheasants which would prevent their :xtermination. This bill has passed :he house but not tha senate. The league also went on record as opposing the portion of a bill which would place black suckers on the list of undesirable fish. These suckers, it was said, are valuable aa food for game fish. This bill haa passed the senate but not the house. Delegates were named to the ainth annual national convention to be held April 23, 24 and 25 in Hotel Sherman, Chicago. J. C. Robinson, E. S. Gage, Joe Konvalinka and O. A. Knutson were named delegates and C. P. Weaver, Hugh H. Shepard and Dr. V. A. Farrell, alternates. , Will Study Chemicals. Dr. N. W. Phillips and Dr. H. P. Pool were appointed on a committee to study the effects of chemicals, used in destroyed lake vegetation, on fish and food on which fish feed. Mr. Robinson reported on a meet- ftitaftentls held inJKinjona, Minn., whereitfieiestabUatiment of a 9 foot channel on the upper Mississippi river was discussed in regard to Its effect on conservation reserves. It was felt at this meeting, Mr. Robinson said, that the many channels required would be Injurious to fish and game. Last Union Lenten Service to Be Held on Wednesday Night The last of a series of union Lenten services will be held at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night in the First Methodist church. This will be the sixth service held by the First Presbyterian, First Congregational and First Methodist churches. Tha Rev. George K. Davies, pastor of the Presbyterian church, will speak Wednesday night. The Rev. W. H. Spence, pastor of , the Methodist church, .will preside. Music will be furnished by the Methodist quartet. MRS, LESAN DIES; FUNERAL AT HOME Resident of I. 0. 0. F. Home Leaves .Husband and Two Children. funeral services for Mrs. Mar- ;aret Luella Lesan, 72, who died at :he I. O. O F. home, here Monday afternoon, were held at Ihe audi- .orium of the home Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. William Galbreth conducted the services. Burial was at Mount Ayr. Mrs. Lesan came to the home (Vug. 15, 1929, from Mount Ayr. She is survived by her husband A. L. Lesan, a resident of the home; a son, Roe, Waukon; and a daughter, Mrs. L. W. Hess, Cedar Falls. OSTEOPATHS TO CONDUCT CLINIC 35 Members of Profession in North Iowa Expected to Attend. The Cerro Gordo County Osteopathic association will conduct a free clinic at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday from 9 a. m. until 5 p. m. with Dr. J. P. Schwartz and Dr. John M. Woods of Des Moines, as examiners. Dr. Schwartz is chief surgeon of the Des 'Moines general hospital, an osteopathic institution, and is also dean of the Des Moines Still college of osteopathy. Dr. Woods is an Instructor in the college and is in charge of the department of physical diagnosis. Complete physical examinations will be made at the clinic with special attention to the spine, in keeping- with national normal spine week, which is sponsored by the national osteopathic association. Health certificates will be awarded to all children under 14 years of age that make a satisfactory score and a cash 7 prize will be awardec to the child making the highest score. Thirty-five osteopaths from the territory surrounding Mason City have been invited to attend. A banquet will be held at 6 o'clock at the Eadmar hotel, after which Dr Schwartz and Dr. Woods will give lectures. Child of F. C. Matson Dies at Hospital Here Willis John Matson, son of Mr and Mrs. Floyd C. Matson, 402 Twenty-second southeast, died at a local hospital Tuesday morning following a two week's illness. He was born March 20, 1930. He is survived by his parents, a sister Novilla Mildred, two half brothers Delos Lance and Willis Neve. Th» body is at Patterson's funeral horn but definite funeral arrangements have not yet been completed. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Coughlon, 63 Linden drive, returned from Minneapolis Monday. They went to attend the funeral of Frank English Mrs. .Coughlon's brother, who waa buried there Monday. WATT'S DIGESTIVE POWDEUS are now on sale at Huxtable Drug- Co. Sold on a money back guaran tee aa a relief for gas, heartburn sour stomach, pnin in stomach after eating, indigestion. BULL TO ATTEND TRUST MEETING Annual Conference to Be Held at Cedar Rapids Thursday. H. Y- Bull, cashier of the First National ;bank;.,\viH be,; among the 200 bankers from ail Iowa to assemble at Cedar Rapids Thursday for the second annual mid-winter trust conference of the Iowa bankers association. The meeting, which will last- only one day, will be for the purpose of discussing- administration of estates and other matters of trust such as trust accounting, development of trust departments-, and executive of insurance trusts. Only one of the dozen speakers will be enlisted from bankers who practice out of the state of Iowa. H. J. McDargh of Chicago will speak at the morning session. Other speakers include George D. Harris of Waterloo, F. A. Johnson of Davenport, Henry M. Files, Cedar Rapids, J. M. Hutchinson of Cedar Rapids, George E. Hise, president of the state bar association, Des Moines; Wayne C. Currellof Estherville, L, B. Bartholomew of Des Moines, N. J. Hosier of Le Mars, and Joseph J. Brus of Davenport. The meeting was called by the trust committee of the Iowa bankers association, which includes: E. R. Jackson, chairman, of Council Bluffs, J. M. Hutchinson of Cedar Rapids, H. M. Alleser of Charles City, Clyde H. Doolittle of Des Moines, E. A. Hoffman of Sioux City, C. C. Jacobscn of -Sioux City, president of the Iowa Bankers association, W. C. Currell of Estherville, John R. Allis of Dubuque, J. J. Bnis of Davenport, and C. L. Frederickson of Sioux City. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation to the neighbors and friends for the assistance and sympathy which were extended during the illness and death of our beloved mother, Theresia Lehman. - , The Lehman Family. JUNIOR CHAMBER HEARS TALK BY IOWA PRESIDENT Brierly Describes Origin of Organization; 90 New Members Attend. Ninety new members were welcomed into the junior Chamber of Commerce at its bi-monthly dinner at the Eadmar hotel Monday evening. Laurence Brierly, Newton, president of the state organization, was the special guest and speaker of the meeting. Mr. Brierly, who in his address traced the purposes and history of the junior chamber movement, complimented the Mason City order on its standing as third in size of membership in Iowa, the rating accomplished in the recent drive made by the organization. "Young men found themselves set aside as a distinct group in the period immediately following the World war," said Mr. Brierly. "The war gave to those who took part' in it a consciousness of group feeling that spread to-the men a few years younger who began taking part in civic and economic affairs a few yars- later. To the growth of this feeling: can be ascribed the formation of the distinctly young men's organization, the junior Chamber of Commerce." ' Outlines Purposes. Mr. Brierly outlined what he considered the four fundamental purposes of the order as follows: (1) Organization--to bring together young men for their common good; (2) civil welfare; (3) education-thru exchange of ideas; and (4) fel lowship--the benefit of men's knowing in a social way those they do business with. He attributed to the changing economical conditions of the world and of the nation in particular, where in the past 25 years, he said 25 per cent of the population has needed to change its occupations, a great need for an organization of young men, growing up in this situation and capable of meeting and coping with a constantly changing environment. Mr. Brierly announced two planks in the Iowa junior chamber's program as the formation of public speaking bureaus and making possl- le the public broadcast of- all pro- eedings at the next session of the owa legislature. Announces Campaign, The public speaking bureaus, he xplained, would be organized with- n each local chamber of men ready o speak on civic occasions upon implication to the bureau by, pubic organizations. , , President Charles Cornwell announced the participation of the 'Mason City junior chamber in a get- out-the-vote campaign for the com' g city election. Stanley Wilson, French horn, and Al Long, Jr., sousaphone, opened :he program! with solos. Both were accompanied by Dorothy Bamber. The soloists are Mason City's contestants for the state music contest, having won In their divisions of the local contest. Ralph Geer Mayed several piano solos and accompanied community singing. A GOLDEN OPINION Detroit, Michigan Glover S. Hastings, Supt. of Agencies 87 Milk Street, Boston, Mass. Dear Mr. Hastings: For 70 year I have been a member of the New England 1 Mutual, and am pleasei and also proud of the fact that hold its oldest pol icy now in force During this period under a 53,000 Or dinary Life policy, have actually paic in cash $1,988.2' ( a f t e r deductini cash dividends a 51,938.71) and to Twin Cities and return. Tickets on sale each week-end. Good in coaches only. Ticket Office Phone 203 M. ST. L. K. II. Dr. Horace Beemer , EXTRACTION SPECIALIST X-RAY OF TEETH J. C. Penney Building 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 WnshinKlon S. SV. ANNOUNCEMENT Wo have Reduced prices, tlavc your Car washed ·»[- or greased J t ) C Same Quality Work us Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. Breath Control Is 50% In Singing as well us In tho playing of a wind instrument. How much do you re ceive from your teacher? FRASER School of Music Phone 2145 or 798 " "Brighten Up Have Wood "Brighten Up" your home. WALL DECORATING Any Kind W. K. WOOD PHONE 2489-W unior Seney Is Able to Leave Park Hospital Junior Seney, 622 Washington venue northwest, high school boy njured in an automobile crash last VIonday, was able to leave Park ospital Monday. Raymond Hughes, most severely injured of the six DR. H. K. JONES DENTIST Makes Dentures (Plates) as low as, (10 per plate «P*vJ , EXTRACTIONS X-RAY SERVICE DR. H. K. JONES 15l/ 2 N. FEDERAL FHONE S25 now have a cash value as of August 1930, of $2,675.94, leaving a credi balance, or net gain, of 5087.7. after insurance protection for 1 long years. I also have another sim ilar policy in this Company. This i the oldest, and I think the best, Life Insurance Company in the United States. You may be interested in knowing that I was the first Y. M. C. A. Secretary in America, now entering on my 7Gth year of work for young men and women, for I also helped to organize the first Young Women's Christian Association 58 years ago. Very truly yours, L. H ROWLAND. Mr. Rowland ' was 93 years old when he wrote the above letter. The New England Mutual is represented here by Ralph Fischbeck. R. N. Reuber, M. D. 21 '/i S. Federal (Above J. 3. Newberry Store) INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICAL THERAPY SIUN DISEASES Telephone, Office 3880, tics. 2500 C * O - A ~ L HEATO $A5Q OC Coal ECONOMY $ Bootless BLACK HAWK $£^50 III. Lump Jj KENTUCKY Nut W.G.BloekCo. PHONE 563 Dr. R. W. Shultz PILES (Hemorrhoids) non-surgical Treatment. Other Rectal Conditions. Intestinal Stasis (Constipation) Specific Treatment. Write for Booklet. Rooms 218, 219, 220 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Office Phone 842. Res. Hotel Hanford, -Phone 2960. Easter Deliveries will be made on all Glasgow designed and made for you alone garments ordered on or before March 28th. Come in now--just a few minutes is all that is necessary to choose a Glasgow suit or topcoat. Prices start at 522.50. 24 EAST STATE "Where Quality Tells And Price Sells" If Your Roof Leaks,Call Us We have 5x red cedar shingles and Johns-Manville asbestos and asphalt shingles. We shall be glad to have your leaks fixed by competent workmen or make you an estimate on a complete new roof. MOORE MOORE, Inc. Phone 119 G2£» South Federal Avenue MR. CYRUS METCALF Prominent businessman in Cedar Rapids, will be here, beginning March 24, to assist the Rev. Mr. Cooper in the special meetings held 'in The Alliance Gospel Tabernacle 616 North Delaware Avc. Mr. Metcalf will conduct the singing and sing specials. He will speak at 7:30 P, M., each evening in the classroom downstairs. The Rev. Mr. Cooper speaks at 8 every evening and at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. On Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Cooper will speak on the subject of "DIVINE HEALING" The Sick Are Specially Invited to Hear This Message. oys involved in the accident, is the nly one still in the hospital. Physi- ians said his condition is ira- roving. A. L. Lake, 191 Crescent drive, left Saturday on a business trip to Chicago. He will return the first of the woek. DIAMOND BREAD JINGLE CONTEST 2nd prise is awarded to Miss Verneal Adams of Glenville, Minn., for the following jingle: By those who know 'tis truly said That Diamond is the Best of Bread. Its quality always is supreme, Fulfilling every Mother's dream. IT STAYS FRESH LONGER _ THERE'S A REASON Remember!- Thn contest j s still going on and your opportunities to win aro just as good this week with a now Jinffle--look for it on our Diamond Bread Wrappers. Mason City Baking Co. BAKERS OF DIAMOND -- THE BETTER BREAD Enjoy a Pipe an easy chair, the news, and ·the radio program, these spring evenings. H i c k e y Brothers sell the widest selection f r o m the world's foremost makes of pipes. CIGAR SHORES in the HOTEL HANFORD Mason City, Iowa FREE CLINIC Osteopathic Physical and Spinal Clinic HOTEL HANFORD Wednesday, March 25th 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Under the direction of Dr. J. P. Schwartz Chief Surgeon of the Des Moines General Hospital and dean of the Osteopathic college and Dr. John M. Woods instructor of Physical Diagnosis in the Osteopathic College. This clinic is in keeping with National Normal Spine Week and we feel very fortunate in being able to obtain the services of two such outstanding men and urge you to take advantage of the opportunity. Private examinations may be had at a charge of $2.00 for children and $5.00 for adults. Health certificates will be issued to all children under fourteen years who make a satisfactory score. A cash prize will be awarded to the child with the highest score.

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