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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MAY 1 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE F I V E URGE DELAY IN M. ST. L SALE Appeal for Foreclosure of Property Taken Under Advisement. MINNEAPOLIS, May 1. (.!')--An appeal for immediate foreclosure sale of the entire property of the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad, presented by holders of $1,700,000 of preferred claims, was taken under advisement today by Judge Wilbur F. Booth in federal court, after bondholders had urged that the sale be delayed at least six months. Attorneys for the bondholders' committee argued that attempts to dispose of the road at this time would be useless and that creditors first should join in an effort to borrow money from the Reconstruction Finance corporation to finance a reorganization of the capital structure. The lawyers agreed that government aid offers the only solution of the road's debt problems. M. H. Boutelle and Henry M. Carlson represented the preferred creditors, who consists mainly of persons who furnished materials and supplies under prior liens. Their Substitutes ft' claims were classed as preferred early in the receivership, which took ilace July 26, 1923. Several years ago, Judge Booth issued an order 'or foreclosure sale of the Minneapolis and St. Louis, with the exception of its original line, from Albert Lea to Minneapolis, including terminals in the city. · Since then, $950,000 of mortgage bonds on that line have matured in 1927, been extended to 1932, and jone into default. All lines of the road are now subject to foreclosure and preferred creditors urge the property be sold as a unit, rather than piecemeal. They pointed out that sale of the Albert Lea position, key of the system, would greatly lessen the value of remaining lines. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Resulencejhpne 310-W OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 Residence Phone 67 COTTAGES ARE BEING FILLED eie and Mrs. D. E. Kcnyon sany a. duct. A discussion of the typi 1 yC study to be followed was hoard but no action was taken. ^···^·^·^·^···^······^··^·^··^···^^^^ j Jack Crawford, Fat Man of Music, Plays at Surf Test on Corrosion of Metals in Soil Ends After 10 Years! DES MOINES, May 1. (.TV-A test on corrosion of metals in soil ended here today when Kirk H. Logan, electrical engineer for the national bureau of standards, Washington, dug up samples of metals buried for 10 years. Sets of pipes and piatcs ui nonferrous metals were buried in 47 other cities from coast to coast, Logan said, and the samples dug up today will be sent to Washington for analysis. He said engineers would measure the depth of corrosion pits and compare present weights of the specimens with their original weights. The information obtained from tha tests will be invaluable to public utility companies, cities, contractors and others interested with the durability of pipe laid under ground, Logan said. Hildebrand, Belmond, Named on Region Code Group for Contractors BELMOND. May 1.---Mayor C. N. Hildebrand received word of his appointment to the regional code authority for general contractors under the construction industry code. Tlie personnel of the code authority is as follows: Ralph Green. Fred Weitz, Dan Craig, J. M. Burrows and 0. D. Neumann, all of Des Moines; C. N. Hildebrand, Belmond; Walter Priester, Davenport: E. W. Parrott, Sioux City, and O. J. Walsh, Davenport. An initial meeting was held Tuesday at the Fort Des Moines hotel in Des Moines. Mr. Hildebrand attended. Hajji is an Arabic word signifying one who has performed the Hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca. Never before at this low pfice, such costly car construction Coco Cola Cubs Will Spend Summer in Seldom Inn on Camp Grounds. CLEAR LAKE, May 1.--A number of new arrivals took possession of lake cottages this week-end. Several members of the Mason ty baseball club, Coca Cola Cubs, ave rented the Seldom Inn cottage n the Camp Grounds for the sum- er. taking possession Monday. The group includes Everett "Red" orrick, catcher; Johnnie Jones, nird baseman, both of Ottumwa; ick Grant, first baseman of Marid: and Al Bozick, shortstop, of adrid. From Des Moines. William Ince of Des Moines has ented the Tip Top cottage at South akwood from Mrs. H. R. Anderson. e and his family plan to move in bout May 35. R. C. Patrick of Des Moines has urchased the Wood Lawn cottage n South Oakwood. They plan to nalte it their summer home. .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scott of :ason City have moved into the mall Balraat cottage on the north hore. now owned by W. F. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Randall and aughter, Lucy Ann. of the Ava^ in apartments and Mrs. Fred Ran all, Mason City, have moved into F. Inn cottage on the north lore where they will reside during he summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Luick and on, Lee, have taken the Mrs. Melhum cotage on Jefferson street foi he season, taking possession this .·eek-end. Rent by Season. Mrs. C. A. BeeBe has rented the Davenport cottage for the season xpecting to take possesion June 1 Mrs. Bcebe is the mother of Mrs 'ercy Smith, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Thompson and aughter. Mason City, are moving nto the Stonycroft cottage in Geis park. Mrs. C. Hinton and daugh tr, Peggy, Mason City, have movec nto Happy Hollow cottage in Geis' nark, South North street, for th. eason. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Slos on, Northwood, plan to reside ii another of the Geist park cottages Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Isbell hav moved into their cottage on th north shore for the season. TWO-DOOR SEDAN 595 F. O. B. FACTORY Delivered in Mason . City, Beady to Drive, ) ?696 i ACTUAL UNRETOUCIIED PHOTOGRAPH OF CAR "This car Is designed to meet the requirements of many people who want a car of fine quality and long life at a low price/' c. W. NASH The "Jeweled Movement" car This big new car, created by Nash, is built with a series of costly features never before used in the low-priced licld. Like the jewels in a fine watch, every one of these proven features does something important for you. The "jeweled movement" LaFayctte brings you the smooth, long-life silence and riding comfort or expensive automobiles. Back of it is the experience gained in building a million fine cars. Come in and see the new "jeweled movement" LaFayette--today! Down payment is so low that in most cases your old car will cover it. Nash Motors Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin. "Jeivcled Movement" features new in f'nc tosc-priced jicid: Sevcivbcaring, extra-size crankshaft, fully counterbalanced: complete force-feed lubrication of engine with rifle-bared connecting rods; metcred prcs- sure-coohng of engine; Invar Struts in aluminum-alloy pistons: Nash precision machining--perfected in iSyearsofbuildmc fine cars, automatic and thcrrnostatic-con- trol shock absorbers; steering road-shock eliminator; Seaman sound-proofed body. THERE ARE SIX LAFAYETTE MODELS, SIX-CYLINDER, NASH-BUILT$595 to S695 f. o, b. factory. On four of these models individually sprung front wheels arc optional equipment without extra charge. Extra equipment at low ccst NASH sixes and eights, four scries: $775 to £205b f. o. b. factory. An prices subject to change without notice. MASH-BUILT City Motor Co. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Genial Director and Band Were Popular Hit at Lowry Holel. CLEAR LAKE, May 1.--With a eavy roll of drums, plenty of brass. smooth-saxophone section and the riumphant lilt of the mocking pic- olo, comes Jack Crawford, the lown prince of music, and his band o the Surf ballroom Thursday Crawford first came to fame in Chicago's night clubs and the round-lowners 1 ' of the city affec- ionately referred to him as the funny fat man." He is a talented nusician, playing saxophone, violin nd drums, besides singing. He has oubled on many radio programs asJ .nnouncer and entertainer. /·nong the outstanding engagements of the band are Lowry hotel, St. Paul, Minn., on the screen with ames Cagney in "Hard to Handle;" our unit shows for R. K. O.; Metro- lOlitan theater, Boston; Schroeder lotel and station W. T. M. J., Mil- vaukee; Steel Pier, Marine ballroom, Atlantic City, N. J.. and Fox thea- er, Seattle. In each case they played longer than the original contract. Trios, double trios, ensemble singing, novelties coupled with the enor saxophone soloist, Bill Moreman, and concert voice of the gui- ar player. Louis Cunningham, make his one of the most outstanding bands playing at the Surf, accord- ng to C. J. Fox, manager. Mrs. Matthews Will Serve as President of Progress Group CLEAR LAKE, May 1.--Mrs. B. H. Matthews was elected president of the Progress club at the annual election held Monday afternoon at the concluding session of the year. Mrs. H. S. Hushaw was elected vice president; Mrs. C. F. Crane, recording secretary; Mrs. L. S. Dorchester, corresponding secretary and Mrs. W. H. Orr, treasurer. A luncheon was served at 1 o'clock at the Mrs. T. E. Sondrol home, the retiring president. Centerpieces of violets and miniature maypoles formed the table decorations. The assisting hostesses were Mrs. H. S. Hushaw, Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, Mrs. George Etzel, Mrs. C. E. Geist and Mrs. C. F. Crane. Clear Lake Calendar JACK CKAWFOHn day night in honor of her granddaughter, Marlus Lambert, who will become the bride of John Perkins Wednesday afternoon. The group consisted of relatives and friends from Mason City and Clear Lake. The evening was spent in playing cards after which a two course lunch was served by the hostess. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Julson. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Julsen, Mrs. Ted Julsen and daughters, Inga and Ectty Lou. Heavy continuous rains have destroyed half the crops in Trinidad. Mrs. Johnson Named Head of Lake Club Flowers Given for Favors at Final Luncheon of Library Group. CLEAR LAKE, May 1.--Mrs. Arthur Johnson was elected president of the Library Reading club at the final meeting held Monday afternoon at the Villa tearoom. Mrs. H. W. Knutson was elected vice president, and Mrs. 1. J. Diggs. secretary and treasurer. A luncheon was served to the members at 1 o'clock by a committee including Mrs. George Bourne. Mason City, Mrs. John Bohning, Mrs. O. T. Hansen, Mrs. Ray Sandry, Mrs, H. W. Knutson and Mrs. Lillian Overton. Tables were prettily decorated with sweet peas and nasturtiums, yellow and orchid being dominant in the color scheme. Carnations were presented to each guest as a favor. At the conclusion, the flowers, furnished by Mrs. Overton, were given to members. Reports of the standing committees were heard and Mrs. I. J. Diggs gave a report of the county convention at the Country club last week. Mrs. Sam Kennedy gave a musical reading and Mrs. A. H. Run- At Corn-Hoc MvftiiiK'. ' CLEAR LAKE, May ].---Several j hundred farmers gathered at t h e ! city hall Monday night to learn latest rulings on the corn-hog program. Marion Olson, county a^ent. was the speaker. Wallace Accused by Senator Schall of Political Blackmail WASHINGTON, May 1. (.T)--Senator Schall (R.-Minn.) today charged Secretary Wallace with committing- "political blackmail" in an attempt to force congress to continue legislation authorizing the department of agriculture to destroy crops. Terming Wallace our "radical" secretary of agriculture, Schall said he had told a senate committee if the president were not given power to adjust tariff schedules and negotiate treaties "the present unconstitutional legislation destroying crops and farm lands could never be repealed. M'rUncsilay -- Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies' 'Aill society at church, '. I. 0. O. I''. Dancing club at I. O. O. K. hall. Oweso club at Mrs. C. 11. Sfiirn hur.ie Home Iniprover.Kn'. club, niollier and daughter picnic at Mrs. Robert Kurleigh home. b':30. Congregational Missionary society at Mrs. C. R. Woodford home, 2:30. Lions club meets at Lions cafe. Legion auxiliary sit clubrooms, 8, refreshments. Thursday--Daughters of Union Veterans, Legion clubrooms, 7:30. Dance at Surf ballroom. Jack Crawford playing. Zion Lutheran Ladies' aid at church, 2:30. Thursday--Royal club meets with .Mrs. H. H. Hudson, Mrs. !·". G. Cookman assisting. llotary club meets at I. O. O. F. hall. D. B. L. club luncheon, Mrs. 1. C. Jenson borne, East Main street. Friday --State music festival 'it Iowa City- Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom. North Iowa conference at Britt. COTTAGES FOR KENT KOR SALK Farms and City Property For Sale and For Rent Insurance of All Kinds Fishing Licenses Notary Public JOHN W. BEERY CAMPGROUNDS -- CLEAR LrVKE -- I'HONK 75 Permanents .$1.95 and up. Koya Beauty Shop. Ph. 416. Dr. C. M. Chapman of De Moines and Mr. and Mrs. F. L Belsly of Washington, III., wer week-end visitors of Mr and Mrs Eugene G. Chapman, South Secon street. Dr. Chapman is the fathe of Mr. and Mrs. Belsly, an uncl and aunt of Mr. Chapman. Sunday guests at the Mr. an Mrs. C. "c. Green home at Willo- Inn on the north shore were M and Mrs. Lowell Mossman, Mr. an Mrs. Wendell Mossman, Mildre Green and Derrall Fredrick, all o Iowa Falls. Dr. A. A. Joslyn left Tuesda morning for Cedar Rapids where h will attend the Iowa State Denta association. He plans to retur Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Kussell Girton and family who have been living in the W. F. Collins house on the north shore have moved to Mason City. Miss June Lavonne Stolteiiberg of Mason City is spending several days at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Ben F. Randall, while her mother is convalescing at Rochester, Minn., from a recent illness. The Kcbekah lodgD will meet Tuesday, May 8, at the hall for homecoming, dues paying, roll call and refreshments. The I. O. O. F. Dancing club will hold a dance at the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday night. A class B Seer permit was granted to Paul Parker, Mason City, to operate a night club on East Division st-;et in the Tod Kennedy property. Members of the city council sat in extra session to grant the permit. Mr. and Mrs. W. I*. Wilier, Chicago, spent the week-end with Mrs. WiHer's father, George Osborn, South Fourth street. Mrs. J. Stine, Mason City, spent the week-end with Mrs. A. J. Hennis. South Fourth street. Mrs. George Bonncr and son, Frar';, were 'in Eagle Grove Monday attending to business matters. Henry Freie and daughter, Viola, of Kleinme spent Sunday at the Louis Davis home, South Second street. Mrs. Vance Neese, Outlet park, is spending this week at Waterloo with her parents. Miles Borton, Alice. Grell, Bernard Beach and Esther Pals spent Sunday at Albert Lea, Hollandale and Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison have taken an apartment at the Mrs. Anna Phillips home, South Fourth street. Mr. Morrison is secretary for the Metz Construction company. Spirit Lake Speedboat Bought by H. Wilson CLEAR LAKE. May 1.--Howard Wilson who spends his summer in a cottage at South Oakwood has purchased a 28 foot speedboat used for hire on Spirit Lake and will launch it on Clear Lake soon. It is capable of a speed of 45 miles an hour, holds 12 passengers and has a 150 horsepower Scripp Booth motor. The boat was brought here by truck and will be launched this week at the Tour^ istville boat livery. Kitchen Shower Held for Lake Bride-Elect CLEAR LAKE, May 1.--Mrs. J. J. Julsen entertained a company of 25 persons at a kitchen shower at ner home west of Clear Lake Mon- If You Have ANY SYMPTOMS C °L| T IS 32-31 SECOND ST. S. E. T) A " P V T H E A T E R Jr A K IV CLEAR LAKE Tuesday -- Wednesday ZASU PITTS -- EL BKENUEL "Thn Meanest Gal in Town" Coming -- Saturday - Sunday "AS THE KARTH TUItXS" L e t P R O N T O b r i n g you quick relief and comfort. 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