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~y--fr-^ili. 'Lii L-«.- . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 15 · 1937 ELEVEN Mason City's Calendar COMMERCIAL BODIES INTERVENE IN COAL CASE Marcii 14-21--National. Business Women's week. March 16--Max O. Cullen to give meat demonstration before local dealers at the Hotel Hanford at 8 p. m. March 16-17--High school operetta, "Vagabond King," to be given at school auditorium at 8 p. m. March 18-20--C ( i n v e n t i o n o f North Central division of Iowa Stale Teachers association. March 28--Easter Sunday. March 30--Grade school operetta, "The Wedding of the Flowers," high school auditorium, High School Music Mothers. April G, 7, 8 and 0--Mason City Globe-Gazette's annual f r e e cooking school at high school auditorium. April 7-10--Eleventh annual boys' hobby show in Y. M. C. A., sponsored by Kiwanis club and Y. M. C. A. Here In Mason City New Spring Suits and Topcoats are ready! Open a budget charge account . . . no extra charge . . . ABEL SON, INC. Mr. and Mrs. Zerbel and daughter, Arlene, 1505 South Federal avenue, returned Sunday from CDS Moines. where they spent the week attending the cosmetologists' convention. For Rent--Our Electric Sanders and floor polishers. Currie-Van Ness Co. Max Amos left Sunday for Waterloo to work in the Gildner clothing store of that city. Max has been employed by the local Gildner store for the past two years. S h a m r o c k center brick ice cream. Luxus dealers or Ph. 115. The regular meeting of all Pioneer club was announced for Monday evening at the Y. M. C. A. with the group leaders in charge. Paul Johnson, NYA foreman, was in Sioux City over the weekend on business. The high school commercial club will hold a regular monthly meeting at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday noon. Representative and Airs. Morgan McEnaney returned Sunday night to Des Moines after spending the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs. F. \\. Vorhies, 720 Fourth street southwest, returned Saturday night from Shannon City, where they were called by the serious illness of Mr. V hies' father, Frank Vorhies. Vincent Ralph lias arrived in Mason" City"ftorn r Sioux 1 City 1 'as manager of the local'office of the Postal Telegraph and Cable company, succeeding E. D. Young who was transferred to Sioux City. Mr Halph has been with the companj 10 years. The Eev. and Mrs. C. E. Flynn were called to Indianapolis by the critical illness of Mrs. Flynn's sister. Dr. Flynn is expected to return Tuesday or Wednesday. Dr. Franl W. Court of Waterloo, district superintendent, filled the First M. E. pulpit Sunday. TWO ARE BOUND TO GRAND JURY IN POLICE COURT Decker Charged With Driving While Intoxicated; Others Held. J. J. Becker, Fort Dodge, was )ound to the grand jury Monday by p:lice Judge Morris Laird on a chai'ne of driving while intoxi- :ated. Becker was arrested by po- ice Friday. The case was con- inued until Monday from Saturday's court. He was released upon posting a $500 bond. Mwvin Nelson, Norlhwood, for- 'eited a $100 bond posted when arrested by police at 1:15 o'clock Sunday morning at Second street and South Federal avenue on a charge ot reckless driving. He was alleged to have been drinking. Emmet Schinnow, 107 Sixteenth street northeast, was bound to the jrand jury on a charge of break- rig snd entering. Schinnow was arrested by police Friday for investigation of a robbery at the B. ·Mid O, Exchange. Schinnow was allejocl to have entered the basement window and stole $5 from .he cash register. The hearing for Casper Bright, route 1, arrested at 1:35 o'clock Sunday morning at State street and Washington avenue on i. charge of reckless driving, was continued. A hearing for Ted R. Thornblade, 130G Washington avenue northwest, arrested on a charge of careless driving, was also continued. George Stemhagen, Marshalltown, Kenneth E. Bcfseth, 820 Jersey avenue southeast, Charles Sampson, 823 Washington avenue southwest, and Edward W. Alle:t, Mason City, and Sully DeWitlc, Omaha, Nebr., were each fined SIC and costs on charges of intoxi- catioii.'Thcy were arrested by no- lice in the business district rtnd near lailroad yards over the week-end. Highway Patrolman Speaks on Subject of Highway Safety As part o£ the American Legion Auxiliary's slatesvide program on highway safety, Highway Patrolman Edgar Faber spoke at high school assemblies at Plymouth Clear Lake, Rockwell and Thornton Monday on the subject o highway safety. It was Cerro Gordo county's part in this statewide campaign launched by the Auxiliary and was arranged by Mrs. P.. C, Patrick, county chairman of the Legion Auxiliary. Seek to Avert Rail Walkout in Canada · MONTREAL, (Canadian Press) --Railway union officials withhek consideration Monday of a strike vote ot 117,000 workers pending what was believed to be a las minute effort to avert a walkout. Will Return From Ayrshire. ROCKWELI---Relatives of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Campbell, who have resided at Ayrshire for several years, announce that the family will shortly return to Rockwel and occupy their residence property here. Mr. Campbell is re- porte.l in poor health and has disposed of his property interests a Ayrshire. Doctor's Prescription Stops Craving for Liquor A doctor's prescription success f u l l y used for years in hospita treatment for those addicted tc the use of alcohol, is now offeree to the public for home treatmenl It is harmless and can be taken in tea, coffee, food or any othe liquid with or without the user' knowledge. Removes the craving for liquor and builds up the resis tance. Many loved ones savec and brought back to a life of use fulness. Proper results or money back. Write Western Chemicals Inc., Dept. DOB, Seattle Washing ton, for a free trial and full par ticulars. It will be sent immedi stely in a plain wrapper. Do i toffy. .- i HIRAM E. BROWN SUCCUMBS HERE Funeral Services to Be HeL Wednesday Afternoon at 2: 30 O'clock. Hiram "Ebgert Brown, 83, diec at his residence; 320 Connecticu avenue northeast, Monday morning following a long illness. He was born Oct. 16, 1853, in Illinois and was a contractor by trade. Surviving Mr. Brown are his son, H. L. Brown, 654 Eighth street northeast, and five nephews Frank and Harr,y Brown of Mason City, Lewis Brown, Winona Minn., Dewey Brown, address unknown, and Willard W. Brown Vancouver, Wash., and one niece Mrs. Ora Durr, Kansas City, Mo. iind one grandson, Paul Brown Mason City. Funeral services will be held a the McAuley funeral home at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, will the Rev. William Galbreth, pastoi of the Olivet M. E. church, in charge. Burial will be at Ehnwooc cemetery. The body was taken to the McAuley funeral home. M. H. Bailey Dies at Home Following Long Illness Here M. H. Bailey, died at his home 221 Second street northwest about 1:30 o'clock Monday after noon following a long illness. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. The body was taken li the Randall funeral home. Central League Holds Devotional Meeting The Central Lutheran leagu held its Sunday evening devotion al hour in the church parlors. Th discussion was led by Dick Zar ling. His topic was on "Chines Objective of the Lulher League. Following the discussion a busi nesss meeting was held. Commit tees were named on membership ways and means, social, and th devotional activities. Four Forfeit Bonds on Speeding Charges in Traffic Cour Dale Schneider of Charles Cit and Clifford Eslick, 717 Crescen drive, in traffic court Monday eac forfeited bonds of $10 posted whc arrested by police on charges o speeding. Robert T. Liebendorfei 2 I B Vermont avenue southeast, an Richard H. Trulson, Britt, eac forfeited a $5 bond posted whe arrested on a similar charge. Ben Arbuckel, 520 Twenty-firs street southeast, forfeited a $ bond, and John Moen, 226 Taylo avenue northwest, and Lois Meyei 123 Ninth street northeast, wer each sentenced to traffic school o; charges of improper parking. Buys Store at Britt. ROCKWELL-- Milton E. Far her, who formerly resided her and was employed by the Amend Hardware company, has purchase a hardware store at Britt an taken possession of the samH, Holy Name Society Attends St. Patrick Breakfast Above are shown members of (he Holy Name society attending a breakfast at the St. Joseph's parisli hall Sunday morning. It will be seen that the two uip groups of tables were arranged in a giant, "II. N." The speakers' table is shown in the background, (Lock Photo, Kaycnay Engraving) SCHOBER, NIGHT CLUB OPERATOR, IS OUT ON BOND Arrested at Clear Lake on Charge of Illegal Possession. The hearing for Billy Schober, Clear Lake night club operator, who was arrested about 11 o'clock Saturday night in a raid staged by federal officers and representatives from the sheriff's office, was continued before Justice of Peace Roe Thompson for one week. Schober is charged with illegal possession of intoxicating liquor. Officers making the raid confiscated six bottles of liquor, a quart of alcohol and a gallon of gin. Schober was released upon posting a $500 bond. Officers said they also raided the Anchor Inn, operated by Alfred Cardarelli and seized six pints ot whisky. No charge had been filed. The Ideal Co-Ed MUSIC, TRAVEL TALKS HEARD 2 Rotarians Tell Group of Trips Taken to South Recently. Excerpts from "The Vagabond ting" and talks by two members on trips south they had taken recently were features of the Rotary club program Monday noon in Hoel Hanford. Singers, under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith gave numbers 'rom the operetta to be presented Tuesday and Wednesday evenings n the high school auditorium. Herb Hirsch told of a trip to Jalifornia. In going through the mountains, show 14 feet deep was encountered. He described parts of San Francisco and Long Beach. Carroll Swift told of going to Daytona Beach, Fla., where he and u's friends wanted to test out the 'ast auto racing run and became stuck when the tide rose quickly. He described a trip to Cuba, sights in Havana, and of the joys of bath- ng in Florida., Spending much o£ :he time in the sun, he sunburned severely and "peeled" three times. He saw the Mardi Gras at New Orleans, .stopped at Randolph Field, San Antonio Texas, visiting Ron Fallows and described other :iigh points. Guests at the meeting were Miles A. Lea of New York, E. B. Stillman and Clarence Knutson of Clear Lake, Fred Heneman, Jr., 3ob Johnston, Art Wolf and C. G. Maudsley. "Substance" Subject of Lesson-Sermon at Local Science Church "Substance" was the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in the Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday. The Golden Text was from Romans 8:25, "If we hope for that we sec not, then do we with patience wait for it." The Lesson-Sermon comprised quotations from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. One of the Bible citations read: "in the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And God said Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, and it was so" upon the earth: (Gen. 1:1, 11). Among the selections from the Christian Science textbook was the following: "Creation is ever appearing, and must ever continue to appear from the nature of its inexhaustible source. Mortal sense inverts this appearing and calls ideas material. Thus misinterpreted, the divine idea seems to fall to the level ot a human or material belief, called mortal man, but the seed is in itself, only as the divine Mind is All and reproduces all--as Mind is the multiplier, and Mind's infinite idea, man and the universe, is the product. The only intelligence or substance of a thought, a seed, or a flower is God, the creator of it' (Pgs. 597 and 508). Talks Given by Monsignor and B. Dunn The Rt. Rev. P. S. O'Connor Tells History of St. Patrick.' Approximately 100 persons attended the breakfast of the Holy Name society held at the parish hall o£ the St. Joseph's Catholic church, following mass Sunday morning. The arrangements for the breakfast, including the green .decorations for the tables, wore in charge o£ Walter Poshusta. W. D. L;U- timer, president oE the society, introduced Tom Connor as toastmaster of the meeting. Tom Peterson, captain oC the basketball team, members of which were guests at the meeting, spoke on the games of the season. Joe Madden, center, asked how he was able to make three baskets at a recent trip to Dubuque, said: "When Monk Chute scored 1' points, they set three men to watching him and that left me open so I had plenty of chances lo shoot at the basket." Barney Dunn Talks. Cy Gross, former coach, talked on the present season and complimented the society on its large turnout for the meeting. Barney Dunn spoke on the importance o£ sportsmanship. As ar example Mr. Dunn pointed to George Gipp, who died in 1921 in South Bend, Ind., while a studen! nl Notre Dame university. He har" ust completed one of the most Brilliant careers as a footbal! jlayer in the annals of gridiron listory. He died at the height of lis career and is generally re- nembered today as a football hero 'There was another side to George Sipp's life that it would be wcl 'or every student and athlete to copy," he said. "He was a boj who lived clean, was a friend o all who knew him and whether in .he classroom or on the footbal field, he showed the sportsmanship, loyalty and co-operation tha 's so vitally necessary to play th ^real-game o£ life. Gipp was no a Catholic when he entered Notr Dame university but was baptizec shortly before he died. Announced numbers. With Virgil Hicks announcin^ the numbers in true radio style Larry Reardon sanR ."Irish Jaunt ing Car," "Molly Brannigan" and "The Wearing of the Green." He was accompanied by Lillian Jarosh. Marshall Hea, Jr., on Destroyer Talbot as It Made Rescue Trip Marshall Jnmes Hea, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall James Hea, 121 Fourth street northwest, was aboard the destroyer Talbot, one of the boats which Saturday wont to the aid of the stricken British mptorship Silverlarch, fighting a fire in its hold, north- weat of Hawaii. All passengers and crew were rescued. The Talbot was on its way to Hawaii. Water Supply Safe. EMMETSBURG -- E m m e t s burg's city water supply has been pronounced safe for drinking purposes, city officials said Sunday following a specinl chlorinating process applied by engineers from the state department of health who spent several days here examining the water last week. TOWNSEND IS FORUM SUBJECT Senator Goetsch's Secretary Defends Plan in Talk Over KGLO. Pleading that his listeners help pass the Townsend plan and thus quit paying tribute to the high iriests of finance, KGLO's North Iowa Forum speaker Sunday night said: "Instead ot paying homage to Christ tonight, the 125,000,000 Americans are forced to pay tribute t') these high priests of finance." The speaker was Lloyd R. Smith of .Des Moines, secretary to Slate Senator Sam Goetsch of Decorah. Problem's Only Solution. He blamed the machine age and the lack o£ circulation of money as the cause of economic distress in this country and emphasized that the Townsend plan is the only solution to general prosperity and happiness in the United States. After recounting that the main purposes of the Townsend plan were to retire everyone over 60 years old from employment and to give these folks a monthly pension of S'JIO which would have to be spent in the United States during the same month. Mr. Smith said the plnn would be financed by a national transaction tax of two per cent on all the business done in the nation. "Experiment Worked." "Out in the state of Washington they tried an experiment of giving a Townsenditc $200 to spend," said the speaker, "and the merchants agreed to pay a lax of two cents on every business transaction. Souvenir hunters took the money out of circulation, but in spile of that, that $200 in a town of 1,500 citizens increased the business of that town 14 per cent." In closing his Forum address, Mr. Smith said: "The Townsend plan marches on with one purpose in mind: To educate the American public to think for themselves, to help themselves, and to bring honor to this great nation ot ours by retiring the aged with honor and giving the young people an opportunity." Delegates Chosen to Congressional Session by Local Townsend Club "A nation without a vision will perish," said Lloyd Smith, Des Moines, secretary to Senator Sam B. Goetsch, in speaking to the Mason City Townsend club Sunday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. "The Townsend educational program is responsible for the increase in the stale pension. There is no better method to make for prosperity than to retire the old people." Mr. Smith was introduced by Sheriff Tim Phnlen. A high school quartet consisting of Clark Sweelzer, Don Kunz, Paul Youngdale and Bob Bur- grafs, sang "Rosary" and "Friendship." Mrs. Syble Booth sang "When I Am Gone, You'll Soon Forget Me" and the "Cradle Song." She was accompanied by Mrs. Uoj'ce Farrar. Thirteen delegates were elected to attend the fourth congressional meeting at New Hampton, Saturday, March 20, at the court house at 3:30 o'clock. The delegates are: Mrs. Margaret Armstrong, Mrs. and Mrs. O. A. Kibe, Mrs. O. S. Winter, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kinney, Mrs. Edith Blackwcll, Mrs. Silas Platts. W. F. Bugbee, Bert Meeker, R. E. Kolwinska and Mrs. Snodfivass of Clear Lake, and President Zigler ot the Rockwell club. The next meeting will be March The Hi Rev. P. S. O'Connor gave a brief talk on the life of St. Patrick and described the far- reaching improvements that have come to Ireland in the past few years. William Hughes, member of the athletic board ot the school, expressed his appreciation to members of the society for their generosity in offering cars to take the teams out of town. President Laltimcr invited the high school boys to be present at the next meeting of the society, when arrangements will be discussed for next fall's athletic events. Don Johnson New Y Business Secretary Bon Johnson assumed his duties at the main desk of the Y. M. C. A. Monday morning. Don has been employed the Fireside Fuel company for the past two and a half years. Mr. Johnson's home is at Rudd and he was graduated from the Hamilton school of commerce in September, 1934. Mr. Johnson's duties at the Y. M. C. A. will be that of the business office including the books, membership and the dormitory. During his high school and college days, Don was interested in all branches of athletics and extra school activities. Don is a member of the Methodist church and has been a member of the Y. M. C. A. since coming to Mason City some four years ago. George D. VanNcst, former business secretary of the Y. M. C. A., starlcd work at the Northwestern States Portland Cement company offices on Monday. i-* Ryan Cites Volleyball Benefits in KGLO Talk Emmet Ryan, of the First National bank, was on the air Sunday evening in the regular weekly feature of "Hobby Chats Across the Table." This program is sponsored by Decker brothers in cooperation with the Kiwanis Y. M. C. A. eleventh annual boys' hobby show. In the chat, it was pointed out by Mr Ryan that volleyball was a game in which men could forget 22. lowans Hurt in Crash. AGUILA, Ariz., (/P)--Mrs. Este Wiley, 48, of Clarendon. Iowa, suffered a dislocated shoulder and posiblc internal injuries when her car plunged from a road near here. Her husband, George, ' 55, and George H. Fancier, 20, riding with her, were bruised. Great leader: The men chosen to straighten out the mess made by the last great leader.--Bu- Bunue Telegraph-Herald. St. Patrick's D A N C E Wednesday, March 17 KELLY'S KELLODIANS I'oimlar Music with Piano- Accordion Accompaniment WEAR YOUR GREEN For Odd Fellows, Keuckahs anil Invited Guests and Friends their their worries and locker with lock them their civilian clothes, while playing the game. He also pointed out that the game was a good way to get exercise and enjoy the companionship of other business men who play the ganvj. The next weekly chat will be Sunday evening, March 22 at 0:15 o'clock. Hurt Holler Skating-. GARNER--Edwin Jones, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jones, suffered a broken right arm Sunday when he fell while roller skating near the Coast to Coast store. He was treated by a local doctor. The Jones family formerly Jived near Ventura before moving here last fall. CALM YOUR NERVES! w h o s u f f e r e v e r y month -- who may h a v e sidcachc o r headache, ncrvous- n c s s, irritability, ani other discom- f o r t s associated with functional disturbances, a l s o those about to become molhtrs will find Dr. Piercc'a Favorite rrt-scription a. dependable vegetable tonic. Read what Mrs. Mary McCabe of 41l-I5th Avc. N,, ^^in^c,^r' o 1'*T Minn., said: "Dr. Picrce's Favorite I'rescriplion is very RCKHl indeed. As a Ionic to stimulate the appetite, and lo relieve nervousness i]iie to functional distn[banrcs, I hrlieve it ii one of Hie best. Ta\nrile Prescription' was of great benefit lo me. 1 ' Tiny n o u - t New xiw:, l a b v SOc. L i q u i d Jl.Ofl $1.35. Sold by y o u r drugght. EXPERT . . . Watch and Jewelry Repairing --at Low Prices. All Work Guaranteed. Prompt Service. JEWELRY CO. Foresters BIdg. N. KATZ 319 N. Federal C L E A N I N G -- PRESSING R E P A I R I N G T A I L O R I N G Phone 5Z3 Delivery Service When she was chosen one of the two "ideal co-eds" ot the University ot Iowa by John Held, Jr., artist, Miss Ruth Bohnson, 19 year old blond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bohn- sor. of Clinlon, asserted she was both modern and domestic. She, like the other ideal co-ed, Miss Mary Helen Scolt of Keokuk, admits she smokes a little, drinks a little, dales, likes boys, intends to marry, and takes part in all activities, on and off campus that n busy college girl would. Miss Bohnson is live and a half feet tall, weighs 12;i pounds and is of the Nordic type. She is a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She is majoring in economics at the university and intends to follow business pursuits when she is through school. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) FREIGHT COST IN NORTH IOWA TO RECEIVE REVIEW I. J. Drummond Representing North Iowa Commercial Organizations. Freight rates on coal from Illi- ois mines to points in Iowa are gain before the interstate com- nerce commission on complaints rought by Illinois coal producers, earing on which will begin in Chicago before Commissioner Por- er and Examiner Koch on Tues- ay. B. .). Drummond, manager, ransportation department, Chiim- jer of Commerce, will participate n this proceeding, having int.er- 'cned on behalf of the Mason City, Charles City, Decorali, Eldora, owa Falls and Osagc commercial md business organizations for the mrpose of presenting evidence to show the present rates, when com- nred with those in effect from Ihnois to points in contiguous errilory for comparable distances rc unreasonably high. Mr. Drummond, by his evidence, lopes to be able to demonstrate that the rales should be substantially reduced. Because of the issues involved, :he hearing will probably con- linue from Tuesday to the end o£ Hie week. Visitor from Ifarlan. DOITGHERTY--William Hega of Harlan visited at the home his sister, Mrs. James Mullen, Floods in Brazil recently com pellcd 100,000 people to abando their homes. Submits to Operation. DOUGHERTY--Walter Murphy was taken to Scholl hospital at Rockwell where he underwent a minor operation. Hufxhinson's SHAMROCK CENTER BRICK ICE CREAM 40C Quart Special Bulk P I N E A P P L E N U T ICE CREAM a delicious flavor How on sale at your Hutchinson Dealers F R E E CARBURETOR and FUEL PUMP TEST CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. Z3 First Street S. E. PHONE 491 I / X. 'X V IT'S DRESS-UP T I M E . . . Check Your Wardrobe and Household Cleaning Needs Today -- Have Your Clothes Ready for Spring and the EASTER PARADE. Phone 788 Have Your EASTER Cleaning Done Now! CLEANERS · ffflmRHERS ·LAIUND1ER.CIR.S-

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