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April 21, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 21 193G ELEVEN Mason City's Calendar April 34 -- Free Christian Science lecture by William E. Brown, C. S. B., Los Angeles, Cal., in church edifice. April 27--Chamber of Commerce spring frolic at Hotel Hanford. April 20 to May 3--National Baby week. May 4-9--Clean Up, Paint Up, Fix Up campaign sponsored by junior division of Chamber of Commerce. Here In Mason City Civic orch. Tues., 7:SO. F. G. E. Employes club annual dance, Surf, April 23. Public invited. 40c per person. Rates on interurban. Sam Kaharides, proprietor of the Boston cafe, 404 South Federal avenue, was 'fined $10 and costs Monday afternoon in police court on a charge of assault and battery. Kent our floor sanding; and wax machines. Shepherd's Paint and Wallpaper Co. Ph. 1362. Over 240,000 people are using Investors Syndicate service saving money for a rainy day. Ph. 439. Miss Dolores Huskell, specia Charles of the Ritz technician, is spending this week in the toiletries department at the Merkel company for the purpose of helping women solve their beauty problems. Boomhower's Hdwe. The place to buy your bulk garden seed. Ladies! New menu daily in Dia mond Silver Cup Bread! ! Robert Smith, Manly, forfeited a $1 bond posted when summoned to appear in traffic court on a charge of angle parking. Have new floors this easy way. Rent our electric sander by hour or day. Currie-Van Ness Co. Special this week! White hats and all colors, on sale at $1.69. Mullancy .'Shop, 115 North Federal. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Temple, 109 Connecticut avenue southeast, left at noon Tuesday by automobile for Lo- jurg, Tenn., called b v the ser- icus illness of Mr. Temple's brother. You can put so much more in a Crosley Shelvador electric refrigerator. Mason City Hdwe. George Hammond, son of Mrs. Ruth Hammond, 627 Van Buren avenue southwest, who suffered a fractured jaw in a fall from a hay- · loft while visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hammond at Aredale Sunday, is recovering at · Mercy hospital. The jaw was brok- ·en in two places. ''. 45 dark hats, values to S3. Your -choice $1 while they last. Mullaney ..Shop, 115 North Federal, · Birth certificates have been filed for Dolores Pauline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pettey, Jr., 722 Harrison avenue southwest, ·bom April 4; Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pope, 1011 Fillmore avenue northwest, born April 11; Jerry Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Halsor, 813 Delaware avenue northwest, born April 8, and William James, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William James Burger, 517 Seventh street southeast, born April 9. North Shore Country club bridge party Thursday, April 23, 8 p. m. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County, subject to the will of the voters at the June 1 Primary Election. ROY A. WASHBURN. Return to Kentucky. BURT--Dale Kearns left for his home at Wayland, Ky.. after spending a few days with his father, W. D. Kearns. Many Once Deaf Now Hear Again Many who once were "hard of hearing" have solved their problem through the prescription of a noted European specialist. It is called OT7RINE. Before you invest in expensive hearing devices, try one bottle of OURINE. See if it doesn't help you, too, to banish earache, ringing and buzzing in ears, discharge, chronic headache, and enable you to hear better. Relief is quick--and the cost is only a few cents a day. Money back guarantee. Get OXJRINE today. Sold at your FORD HOPKINS DRUG STORE Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men New Motors Bought and Sold Zack Bros. ELECTRIC CO. 306 Second S. W. Phone 977 , PEOPLE . . . 1 who have tested Fireside . 'uels over a period of years \ hd them to be the most J.onomical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 MASON CITY CLEANUP CAMPAIGN SET FOR MAY 4-11 PLAN ANNOUNCED AT MEETING OF JUNIOR CHAMBER Several Projects Will Be Carried on During Week of Drive. Preliminary plans for an extensive cleanup campaign in Mason City the week of May "I to 11 were announced by Bob Davison at the meeting Monday night of the Junior division of the Chamber of Commerce, which is sponsoring; the campaign. The meeting was held in Park Inn. Mr. Davison, who ia chairman of the cleanup campaign committee, said that several projects will be launched to make Mason Cityans cleanup campaign conscious. Banners will be placed on the street car and a fire truck with a banner will be driven through the streets at the noon hours calling attention to the campaign. Asked to Co-Operate. Boys and girls will be given admission to a special show after school hours at the Strand theater for bringing 15 tin cans. Posters on cleanup activities will be placed in the safety boards about town. Letters will be sent to presidents of the service clubs and to churches, calling attention to cleanup week. School principals are also being asked to co-operate in spreading to school children the doctrine of cleaning up homes and lawns. Arrangements are being made with the Iowa employment service office here for procuring easily means of hauling away rubbish, hiring men for removal of storin sash, cleaning up yards and other activities, Report on Convention. The program consisted of reports on the state convention held at Davenport by Delegates Bob Hirsch, Oliver Deeney, Don Wieder and Fred Wagner. Community singing was led by Charles Dalin, with Fred Shaffer at the piano. Attention was called to the Chamber of Commerce spring membership frolic Monday evening, April 27, at 7:30 o'clock in Hotel Hanford when it is hoped the juniors will turn out in as large numbers as they have for the Chamber Christmas parties. Cards for reservations are being sent to members. Townsend Plan Most Christian, Goetsch Tells Local Club "The Townsend movement is the most Christian movement ever put on foot," said Sam D. Goetsch, Decorah state senator, in speaking at a Townsend club No. 1 meeting at the P. G. and E. auditorium Monday evening. "Every preacher should come out and preach it every Sunday. There is no more charitable plan. I am for the masses and not the classes." The Rev. R. A. Broyles, Waterloo, spoke briefly using the song "America" as his theme. A minstrel quartet from the Union Memorial church sang "Pilgrim Boys," "Come Home," and "Old Ship of Zion." Miss Viola Wass sang "Margarita," accompanied by Mrs. 0. C. Sorlien. A. A. Peck and sons sang two numbers. A. W. Files, vice president, presided and A. L. Sherin was loastmaster. Lloyd Smith, Forest City, introduced the speaker. Morgan McEnaney staged a ticket campaign for the dance to be held Wednesday evennig at the Moose hall. Mrs. Leon Russell will be chairman of the luncheon and Mrs. Edith Blackwell will make the coffee. The next meeting of the club will be held Monday evening at the P. G. and E. auditorium at 8 o'clock. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. Clarence McFarland, 610 Polk avenue southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following treatment. Mrs. Leo Oswald and infant daughter, Manly, were dismissed from the Park hospital Monday. Miss Myrtle Gullickson, Northwood, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following s, minor operation. Richard Stoltenbcrg, route 3, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following treatment. Mrs. Theodore Jensen, Kensett, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for a major operation. Norman Johnson, Rock Falls, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for treatment. Mrs. Chris Kaliy, 214 ^ South Federal avenue, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following a minor operation. For Sale or Almost new 32 volt, 1,000- Watt Wind Power Electric Plant. Also used Delco Light Plants. J A C O B Y Battery and Electric' Service 110 So. Delaware I'honc 31!) Washburn Candidate for Nomination as Sheriff Photographer to Run on Republican Ticket. Roy A. Washburn, photographer and owner of the Washburn studio at 1211TM North Federal avenue, announced himself Tuesday as a candidate for the republican nomination for sheriff of Cerro Gordo county. Mr. Washburn was born in Char- Icvoix, Mich., was graduated from the high school at that place and came to Iowa in 1900, locating in business at Hartley. While there he was married to Miss Leah Farley, Feb. 4. 1903, and soon afterwards located in Mason City where he has since resided. He is well known in the county and attributes his wide acquaintance to his active work in a number of fraternal societies, having held responsible positions in several state organizations. Mr. Washburn states he has al-"f ways been a republican. ROY A WASHBURN William E. Brown to Give Christian Science Lecture Friday Evening A free Christian Science lecture will be given Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the First Church of Christ. Scientist, Mason City, to which the public has been invited. William E. Brown, C. S. B., of Los Angeles, Cal.. will be the speaker. His subject will be Christian Science: The Science and Art of Spiritual Living, Mr. Brown is a member of the board of lectureship of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. Funeral Rites for Mrs. Harriett Tinker Held in Mason City Funeral services for Mrs. Harriett Tinker, former resident of Mason City, who died at Portland, Ore., were held at the Randall funeral home Monday afternoon, with the Rev. William L. Dibble in charge of services. Miss Ruth Stevens sang "Sun of My Soul" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." Pallbearers were Peter Smith, Carl Parker, A. W. Knesel and Charles Patton. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. C. Sheplor Charged Here With Driving While Intoxicated The case against Claude P. Shep- lor, 218 Twenty-ninth street southwest, was continued Tuesday by Police Judge Morris Laird. Sheplor was arrested at 3:35 o'clock Monday morning on a charge of driving while intoxicated at Twenty-fourth street and South Federal avenue. Walter O'Neil, city, was fined $25 and costs on a charge of intoxication. Ray Menzen and E. A. Bronfield, Nevada, were each fined $10 and costs on similar charges. They were arrested on South Federal avenue about 8:40 o'clock Monday evening. Olson Vice President of Rural Conference County Agent Marion E. Olson was elected vice president of the Northeast Iowa Rural conference at Iowa State Teachers college in Cedar Falls Monday. B. J. Trickey. Congregational church leader of Marshalltown, was re-elected president of the conference. Others elected vice presidents were the Rev. E. M. Frantz, Grundy Center; George Strayer, Hudson, and Prof. Fred D. Cram, Teachers college extension division. John Bertch, Y. M. C. A. area secretary, was re-elected secretary of the conference. 5 From Here Attend Albert Lea Sessions Five from Mason City were special guests Monday of the Albert Lea Kiwanis club when the Albert Lea Kiwanians conducted occupational day at the high school there. C. C. Dinsmorc of Waterloo, international director of vocational guidance, spoke to tht: group on how young persons could be assisted in choosing their best life work. Those from here who attended were Dr. W. E. Long, lieutenant governor: Max Boyd. chairman of inter- club relations: Roger Patton, chairman of boys' work: Ed S. Gage, chairman of hobby show, and Evron M. Karges. boys' work committee. Oscar Johnson Hurt at Rockwell City ROCKWELL CITY, (JP -- Oscar Johnson, Jr., of Mason City, is in a hospital with a fractured vertebra, two broken ribs and a severe head laceration. He fell 25 feet to the sidewalk while trimming a tree at the home of his parents here. AREDALE SUICIDE VICTIM BURIED Funeral for Charles Lord, Who Hanged Self, Held at Residence. AREDALB -- riineral services were held Tuesday at the home I'oi Charles Lord who committed suicide Saturday by hanging himself in his barn loft. Lord had been ill the past year with a nervous breakdown and, complications. Burial was in Oak Hill cemetery. Mrs. Ueker Funeral Is Held at Nora Springs; Burial Is at Grafton NORA SPRINGS-- Funeral services were held for Mrs. Emma Augusta Ueker, 81, Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran church at Grafton of which she was a member. The Rev. carl Landick, her pastor, officiated. Burial was at Grafton. Emma Augusta Schlosser, was born in Germany and came to Johnson's Creek, Wis., with the family when she was three years old and where she spent her early girlhood. The family moved to Mitchell county, Iowa, and lived near Mitchell. She was married to August Ueker, Dec. 12, 1S72, and in 1876 moved to- Worth county and built the first residence in Grafton. They kept the Central Telephone office in their home more Uian '20 years. Mr. Ueker died in 1912 and a.bout 16 years ago the home was sold and Mrs. Ueker lived with her children since. She died Friday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Dreher at Nora Springs. . She is survived by eight children who were all in attendance at the funeral: Henry Ueker of Adams, Wis., Mrs. Emma Dreher of Nora Springs, Mrs. Mary Dittke of Mason City, Mrs. Theresa Frese of Nora Springs, Fred Ueker of Nora Springs, John Ueker of Grafton, Mrs. Julia Frese of Nora Springs, Mrs. Myrtle Gashel of Nora Springs. Patterson Acquires Rockwell Funeral Home Leo W. Patterson of the Patterson funeral home Tuesday announced that he had acquired the James F. Murphy funeral establishment at Rockwell following the death of Mr. Murphy last week. The Rockwell funeral home was sold by Mr. Patterson to Mr. Murphy 13 years ago and had been operated by the latter up to the time of his death. Under the supervision of Mr. Patterson the funeral home will be operated from Mason City. A complete stock of equipment, however, will be maintained at Rockwell. CLARKS RETURN FROM CRUISE TO CHINA AND JAJAN Saw Inauguration of Quezon in Philippines, Chinese Demonstration Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clark have returned to Mason City after six months of travel which took them to Japan. China and the Philippine islands, as well as southern California. For Mr. Clark it was a dream come true. It was a boyhood ambition someday to board a tramp steamer and move from port to port without schedule or design. "One day." said the local man, "I met up with an old sea captain and told him of my boyhood dream." "And why don't you make it come true?" the old mariner came back. "While the day of the tramp steamer is over, you could board a merchant ship and enjoy almost the same kind of life." Boarded Danish Vessel. A few days later Mr. and Mrs. Clark had engaged reservations on the Anna Maersk, a Danish vessel 460 feet long and were headed west at leisurely speed. Each crossing required about three weeks. Except for a severe typhoon in the south China sea, when everything movable on the ."hip had to be tied down, the passage both ways was without untoward incident. About forty-five clays were spent in China, twenty days in Japan and two weeks in the Philippines. The start from Sam Pedro, the Los Angeles harbor, was on Nov. 15 and the return to America, at the same port, was on Feb.-1. A high spot of the stay in the Philippines was the inauguration of Manuel Quezon as president of the islands. Mr. and Mrs. Clark watched the ceremonial before one of the large government buildings. It was participated in by 132 Americans- men, women and children--whose voyage had been financed by the island government. Wondered About Nye. The delegation was headed by Vice President Garner and included Senator Nye of North Dakota. Mr. Clark expressed just a little surprise that one like Senator Nye whose business in the senate has been^ investigating the illegal expenditures of government money, should have been included in such a questionable mission. Serious doubts whether the Filipinos are ready for self-govern- n-.ent was expressed by the former state insurance commissioner. The growing influx of Japanese has given rise to some fear that an eventual seizure by Japan lies ahead. "The islanders," he said, "are all confident that United States would come to their rescue in such an event. But I tried to disabuse their minds of such a thought. Their attitude toward Us during the time the islands were an American dependency would invite no such course as that." Gave Demonstration. At Canton, in southern China, the Clarks stood by one day as students of high school age demonstrated against the Japanese enroachment on Chinese domain. Theij- indignation was expressed in banners and in the shouts of the 3,000 marchers. "It's been a never to be forgotten six months." said the local man. "Now I'm ready to get to work. Mason City is going to be home for me from now on. And it looks pretty good too." Dynamite Driver Fined for Speeding--Judge Also Suggests School Lloyd Pederson, 1301 South Federal avenue, was fined $5 and costs Tuesday by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of speeding. Pederson was arrested on Crescent drive Friday afternoon. Attendance at one session at traffic school was added when the judge learned that Lloyd was the driver of a dynamite truck owned by S R. Bowen. Waudby, Aplington Civil War Vet, Dies APLINGTON, (JPt--Dr. T. P, Waudby, 84, veterinarian and only surviving Civil war veteran of this community, died Monday evening at hia home of pneumonia, following a long period of frail health. D. M. Conlan Is Named New Mayor of Goodell GOODELL-- D. M. Conlan was appointed mayor of Goodell to fill the vacancy made when Charles Conklin resigned. Monroe Graber was appointed councilman in Conlan's place. No taxes are levied on the alcohol used by almost 6.000 hospitals, laboratories .Tnd educational instilu- itons in this country. -- U n i t e d Stales Ncxvs. . i Many who s u f f e r from rectal t ro ubles w o u l d quickly seek relief if they but knew or were familiar with modern recta) office methods. Modern rectal office practice cuts the cost, does not cause confinement, Is painless, efficient and satisfactory. Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. 0. "18-^1U-^U l-'irM National Bank Building MANY RECEIVE Y CLUB AWARDS IN PIONEERS' WORK Six Seeking Master Medal; 125 Are Present for Ceremonies. Many boys received awards for advancements in Pioneer club activities at a program Monday night in the Y.M.C.A. Attendance totaled 125. Boys working for the master Pioneer medal are Glenn Fessenden, Bob Brisbane, Bob Oliver, Bob Bu chanan. Harry Boonstra and George Weitzel. Awards were: Gold "Y"--Earl Lcaman, Kenneth Wcida, Kenneth Beckman. Purple Background--Bill Benson. Harvey McDougal, Curtiss Skogland. Jewell Duschcck, Robert Wallace, Robert Peterson, Ralph Wan. dry, Martin Connctt, Virgill An gell. Frances Angell. Green Background--Junior Hobbs, Donald Grcnicr, Charles Sorlein, Lloyd Kellar. White Chevron--Joe Kassick. Jul ins McGinty, Clayton Schissel, Don aid Morris, Robert Goodwin. Gel Purple Awards. Purple "Y" -- Kenneth Shannon, Carlyle Peterson, Earl Peterson, Louis Hickham, Marvin Ford. Yellow Background--John O'Bannion, Charles O'Bannion. Blue Background-- Gerald Hedricks, Sam Argos, Wayne Anderson, Keith Dye. Red Chevron--Bob Lewis. Robert Cabbel, Robert Edgington, Venre Talsman. Green "Y"--Carl Wandry. On White Background. White Background -- Frances Peck, Everett Slack, Bob Gamble Roger Walters, George. Symeck Fred Dalvey, James Miller, Harok Hedricks, George Keeton, Bob Christenson, Jack Arch, Bob Huffman, Elgin Enabit, Clyde Carroll Harold Mott, Harold Wenrick, Ross Vaughn, Art Woodward, Tom Glanville, Dick Mettler, Charles Clapper Dean Newell, Lelancl DeWitt, Sydney Brewer, Donald Fox, Bert Adkins Wayne Agapotis, Howard Grimm Robert Munn, Donald Osborne. Junior Swab, Oliver Davis, Rodney Urdahl, Harold Tabk, Bob Basely, Charles White, Art Nehles John Waslick, Robert Kelley, Frances MacNarmara, Earl Brockett Charles Hazelett, Henry Powers Kenuet Case, Bernard Thompson John Raymond Harold Drager, Donald Schultz. Fred Mulhern, Oswald Mall, Wade Vasbinder, Dwaync McDougal, Donald Fraser, Donald Basely, Locke Easton, Gerald Dehn. crt, Phillip Peterson, Charles Brown Bruce Lyons, Richard Latham. Red Background--John Carlson, Donald Peters. Philip Darland, John Rice. Keith patschull, Harold Rilcy. Keith Newbcrry. Badges--Richard Latham, Wallace Anderberg, Merle Kingbury, Charles Posz, Bob Church, Jay Brown, Lowell Shannon, Howard Vaughn. Dean McGregor, Donald Zellor, Harry Hedgecock. TRAFFIC SCHOOL THURSDAY NIGHT TO SHOW FILMS Weekly Session to Be Held a t Y . M . C . A . ; Patrol Boys Invited. The weekly traffic school, generally held each Thursday night in the police courtroom, is to be glorified into a general class for safety this week, with invitations out to the school patrol. Globe-Gazette carrier boys and representatives of organizations affiliated with the Cerro Gordo county safety council. In order to have room enough for the school, which will be held at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, Chief of Police Harold Wolfe has procured the banquet room of the "Y" for the meeting. To Show Films. A. B. Coy. district manager for the Motor clubs of Iowa and A. A. A. representative in North Iowa, has received from his organization a consignment of films which will be shown at the meeting. These films include "Why Be a Goose'/", "Street Safety for Advanced Grades" and "Street Safety for Primary Grades," all of them emphasizing the importance of following safety rules. Violators for the past week, sentenced to attend the traffic school, will attend this session instead of the regular class held at the police station. In Charge of Schools. The session will be in charge of Edgar Faber, slate patrolman, and John C. Hrubetz of the Mason City police department. Chief Wolfe has invited a number of clubs and individuals interested in the safety movement to attend the meeting. "We will be glad to have anyone come who is interested." he said. News-Tribune in Britt Prints Memorial Issue After Hammill Funeral A memorial issue, honoring the memory of the late Former Gov. John Hammill, was published last week by the Britt News-Tribune covering in a remarkable manner the achievements, the funeral and tributes to Britt's distinguished citizen. Included in the report of the funeral were full details of the ceremonies, names of distinguished guests present and addresses of those who spoke on the program. Editorial tributes to the late Mr. Hammill from a number of other newspapers were published, together with a few of the many tributes that were received. Many pictures were also published in the issue. Milligan Re-Elected to State Secretaries' Post Lester Milligan, secretary of the local Chamber of Commerce, returned Monday night from DCS Moincs where he attended a two day session of the Iowa association of commercial organization secretaries. He was re-elected secretary of this group. Other officers chosen were Ralph Tackaberry of Sioux City, president; Fred Kleeberger of Clinton, first vice president, and George Duckworth of Centerville, second vice president. C. Currie, Founder of Hardware Store, Fractures Hip Here C. Currie, father of F. R. Currie and founder of the Currie-Van Ness Hardware company, is confined to his home. 315 Madison avenue northwest, where he fell Monday noon and fractured a hip. Mr. Currie was working with a storm door when a gust of wind whipped the door around and he lost his balance. Mr. Currie was reported as resting comfortably Tuesday. He founded the hardware store about 10 years ago. ...then we put it away to ponder! It takes so much longer to make Miller High Life. That's why it'a so much better. In bottles. On tap. BEER CITY BEVERAGE CO. DISTRIBUTORS 302 South Monroe Phone 1606 WHAT IS IT? Your Choicest Treasure -- Your Income Are You Protecting It? 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