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March 30, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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GOOD-BYE ITCHING SKIN Soothing, healing and tremendously efficient, invisible Zemo brings cool MASON CITY GLUBB-GA/'KTTE Mason City News on This Page MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1931 'S Jffarch 30--Election of city councilmen. ,· April 4--U. C. T. and auxiliary supper at P. G. E. at 6:30. April 6--Annual military ball of National guard units. April 8, 9, 10 and 11--Boys' hobby show,. sponsored by Y. M. C. A. and Kiwania club. April 13--April term of court opens under Judge M. F. Edwards. April 18--Naturalization hearing at Cerro Gordo county courthouse. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-Here am Mason City or Spring term opens April 1. Agnes Bennett--Voice--Piano. Ph. 614J. Christian Science free lecture "uesday evening, March 31, at hurch. Ph. 955--root repairing or compete new roof. Builders Supp. Co. 3 Why use substitutes for lard when -"can buy Decker's lowana pure lard 5c to lOc a pound less substitutes ? "Horace S. Bcemer, X-Kay Ex- faction of Teeth. Penney Bldg. JGct your Easter lilies and all ~er blooming plants and cut pers at Kemble's Greenhouse, one 55. For roof repairing or a new roof 111" 955. Builders Supp. Co. Wet your. Caster lilies and all *'-- blooming plants and cut at Kemble's Greenhouse. 55. Parker, daughter of the , v. and Mrs. George G. Parker, B North Pennsylvania avenue, !) returned from Cedar Falls, .ere she spent a few days visit- lf with friends. . , jbe . Salvation Army can use your [t-off clothing, shoes, furniture. We 758. febker's lowana Pure Leaf Lard Woduced in sanitary kitchens fcr U. S. Government inspection. . . ft fine Iowa-raised, corn-fed AoVers. . " : icel| !0mBt i donee, Wed. eve., April 1, , ' 'IPS h u l l {"Vip'a nrnVifiafi-o les hall. Coe's orchestra. Insist North Iowa's Home Newspaper MASON CITY TO SUPPORT EFFORT FOR SHORE SITE Strong Competition Among Iowa Communities Evident. Clear Lake, thru the Clear Lake Commercial club, is in the field for the location of the proposed veterans' hospital for Iowa. That community has a beautiful site near the lake, with a fine wooded tract, close to a paved road, to a railroad and to public services such as gas, lights, water and sewage. In fact in many respects the site seems exceptionally to meet the requirements of the veterans' bureau for such hospital locations. In view of- the ideal location at Clear Lake and of the fact that two of the principal competitors are Storm Lake and the Iowa Great Lakes region, the special committee representing the Mason City Cham ber of Commerce and Clausen Wordeu post of the American Legion has decided unanimously to support Clear Lake in its endeavor to locate the hospital. Move Is Ratified. Its report, advocating such support, was presented to a meeting of the board of directors of the Mason City chamber by President B. A. Webster, who is chairman of the joint committee. It was unanimously ratified by the chamber board. Other members of the joint committee are the Rev. Jewel L Pickett and Ralph Lloyd Jones representing the American Legion and E. S. Selby and Willis G. C Bagley, representing the Chamber of Commerce. In connection with the whole sit uation. two points were noted by President Webster In order to pre vent undue optimism. The first is that the veterans bureau has no even definitely decided to locate a general hospital In this state, as passet JOINSJ3LEAR LAKE IN HOSPITAL BID MASON CITY TO Lggs POPULAR VOTE I OPERETTA TO BE E »" C e t M I L W A U K E E PAYS i - p ^ T ^ t I D R T g CLARK i| SHPPflRT FFFdRT rSSSSST RFPPflTPIl UFRC r /r 6y COO O O I A C T » V Violators in Two OS TE WTHIO PHYSICIAN aurruni trruni I |^BH ntrtAltu Hint ,, Exceed Expectations $28,832 AS TAX w^K^c^\ G TM taF ^^ EaT ' N TM' , ird . '.Useiit! /:· Farm: Lottts. Prompt service. Ac ·iiow for 'spring. W. L, Patton, 10! K-State Street. v : .Three members of the Mason 4 Citjr retail association and credit \ [bureau were in Fort Dodge Mon. fAsy, attending a district meeting of A,the Associated Credit Bureaus of | Iowa. The trio consisted of Miss jjreta Daly, credit reporter; Miss (Bea Lynch, auditor of the R. M. A. Vand Harry Swarner, manager 01 athe Security Collection agency. ·" Walt's Digestive Powders are now ( pn sale at Huxtable Drug Co. Sole ':fn a money back guarantee as a re| lief for gas, heartburn, sour stom- ·,£ch, pain in stomach after eating 'Indigestion, . : Next Sunday is Easter. Your apparel cleaned beautifully, these p/prices:. Men's suits 50c. Women's 'plain dresses 50c. Men's topcoats ,,,,.. 76c. Women's spring coats 75c. Ev- O )* r y garment called for and deliv- Lvl ' ! ered. Phone 49. New Model-Unique "14 South Federal. . . Have your old mattress remade, complete with grade A tick, for 769 j?4.50. J. D. Farrer Co. Ph.' CAJRD OF THANKS We wish to express our deep ap- Ipreciation to the friends and f neighbors for the kindness and (sympathy extended to us in our /bereavement. We wish especially to ·thank the Rev. Mr. Pickett for ms help. MR. and MRS. EDWIN F. CRABB AND FAMILY. \\ ,--HAVE YOU VOTED?-U/ Mrs. A.--My husband has no pdea what I go thru when he snores. '. Mrs. B.--Mine never misses hig [small change either. so ACRES WANTED I Have for exchange a large 10 room house, full base- Iment, city heat, excellent lo- 1 cation, corner 2nd street and , Penn. ave., 99 ft. frontage. CALL ECK ROS Kre.ige Bldg. Epigrams! ounce of straight goods beats a pound ot hot air. w W T T ir-f-'J*-"- 'l] TODDNe South Dakota is making a very strong bid for the hospital facilities which might come to Iowa. In the second place, if and when the veterans bureau does decide to locate such a hospital in Iowa there ia strong competition amonf Iowa communities for its location about 30 of whom have already announced their intentions of asking for the same. Included in these ii Storm Lake, where a generous citizen has offered free a 120 acre site on the lake shore. No Free Site Expected. At the present time there is no intention, according to members of the committee, of offering a free site for the proposed hospital unless some generous, public spirited citizen should come forward with an offer similar to that reported al Storm Lake. Anyway, it was pointed out, the gift of a site is not the deciding factor in such locations, which must take into consideration a large number of other factors. The committee feels, it was stated, that many of these factors are combined in the lake location. There is not only the beautiful character of the specific tract itself, but also proximity to Mason City, a large community, which is a transportation and trade center, all of which are mentioned by the Veterans bureau as important points in considering locations. A joint committee from Clear Lake and Mason City will prepare a brief setting out the advantages of the Cerro Gordo county location and present it to tho veterans bureau at an early date. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-Hughes Is Dismissed from Park Hospital Raymond Hughes, 18 Adams avenue southwest, high school boy injured in an automobile accident, near Rudd three weeks ago Monday, was dismissed from Park hospital Sunday. He waa the most seriously injured of the group and was the last one to leave the hospital. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-IT IS-- sconomically wrong to impede progress because of lack of funds. Our organization is always prepared to advance money for any worthy purpose. ifi MISS KUTH BROWN Miss Ruth Brown was among the most popular of the candidates in the recent election of the- fivo beauties of the Muson City high achool. Her photo with four others was sent to Charles "Buddy" Rogers of Hollywood for the final selection of a, queon. Her name was erroneously reported as Virginia. Brown in a former story. NO SHORTAGE OF IDE HERE Ample Stock at Clear Lak .·L jmd Masofl City^ Lecal_ Manager States! Both Mason City and Clear Lake have ample ice on hand to take care of the summer demands, despite the the relatively high temperature during a large part of the winter, according to F. E. Johnson, manager of the Crystal Lake Ice and Fue company. Mr. Johnson's statement concerning the ice situation, was made in response to a number of press reports of ice shortage in other communities due to the warm winter. "We have as much Ice as we ever did," he said. "Clear Lake froze over to a depth of 13 ^ inches the early part of the winter and in January we put up as large a stock of ice as we ever had." --HAVE YOU VOTED? Assistant Scout Executive May,Be Transferred Soon K. J. Gleason, who has served aa assistant scout executive of the North Iowa area council since January, 1930, was called to Omaha Saturday to interview Fred G. Davie, regional scout executive of region eight, concerning a transfer to another position in scouting. This consideration of transfer comes at an appropriate time in the year's activity of the council, inasmuch as a revision in the financing of the area towns made it necessary to reduce the executive staff. Mr. Gleason has been serving since last fall in Districts 1 and 2, which comprise Worth, Mitchell, Floyd and Butler counties, as well as troops outside of Mason City in Cerro Gordo county and the old lumbered troops in Mason City. His work in these troops has been of a high type. He . conducted three training courses last fall, which were of jreat benefit to scouting in Clear Lake, Osage' and Charles City, Last summer, he served as assistant camp director, in charge of the tepee unit of the camp. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-Stolen Car Recovered in South Part of Town The 1925 model Ford belonging to Axel Jensen, 11616 Twenty-second street southeast, reported stolen Sunday, was located by police in the south end of town later in the day. The car was taken from in front of 820 Delaware avenue southeast. A Dodge coupe wag left standing near the First street southwest via- luct Sunday and has not been touched since, according to a report received by police. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-It has been said that, if you do jood work, it will grow after you are gone. Thus Rubens left only some 2,000 pictures, but there are 10,000 of his pictures in circulation now.--Punch. vy.p-T£i?--· ,,,, ,,,,, OPERETTA TO BE REPEATED HERE TUESDAY NIGHT ls Debate Tourney Exceed Expectations The number of entries in the high chool debate tournament to be held at the Iowa State Teachers college April 2 and 3, so far exceeds expectations as based on the figures of last year's tournament, that 13 schools which had applied for admission could not be accommodated. Last year only nine schools took part in the tournament, according his famouay to W. A. Bricdley, professor of Sandor Will Sing Again His g? Gypsy Love Song to Musette. Saudor will again sing his famouay -u »v- Ji. jsrmaiey, processor of Gypsy love song to Musette in Vic- speech and coach of debate at the tnr TT»rh«.fa "n,,TM,,, Tn--t m_., Teachera college. In view of this fact it was planned to have a round robin tournament wherein not more than 11 schools would be admitted in the order of entry. This plan would make it possible for each school to meet every other school and thus provide valuable practice. This year 24 schools applied for admission, and the first 11 to make application have been entered in the tournament. Mr. Brindley announces that he hopes next year by means of a modified plan to make it possible to include many more schools in the tournament than was possible this year. Schools whlcn will take part in the tournament are Eagle Grove high school, Washington high school of Cedar Rapids, Mason City high school, Washington high school, Belmond high school, Charles City high school, Oelwein high school, Elkader high school, Independence high school. Cedar Falls high school and West high school of Waterloo. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-- tor Herbert's "Gypsy Fortune Teller" at 8:15 o'clock Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium. The operetta, presented by students of the high school and junior college, is being repeated the fourth time by popular request. Fern Meurs will take the part of Musette, the fortune teller, and Don Helbling will sing the songs of Sandor, a musician. Both Miss Meurs- and Maxine Beerman, who took the part of Musette in the other performances of the production, studied the part. Other characters remain unchanged. The operetta was first presented to the general public March 17 at which time it received much comment of a favorable nature. It was repeated the following Friday during the teachers convention here and again played before an almost capacity house. Members of the cast traveled to schools in neighboring towns giving previews last week. A matinee for students of t the public schools of Mason City was given two weeks ago. The operetta, which has to do with the love tangle occasioned by the double part played by Musette., is filled with choruses and ballet numbers. The famous love song occurs in the second net when Sandor serenades his love in the window of the count's chatteau. At the time Musette is about to become the countess. The choruses and dances are well done and the solo parts are sung with a finish unusual for high school productions. The costumes lighting satisfactory. s The .operetta was directed by Miss Ellen Smith. Dances were under the supervision of Miss Helen Platt and Miss Marjorie Smith directed the orchestra. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-$100 IN FINES ADDED TO CITY All But One Case at Police Court Concern Liquor Law Violation. A total of $100 in fines and forfeited bonds was added tn the city treasury by police court sentences Monday morning. Arnold Anderson, Mason City- Lee Rankin, Albert Lea, and G. I. Patterson, Clear Lake, were each fined $10 and costs at police court Monday morning on charges of intoxication. Raymond Leak, James McGee and Bill Dougherty, all of Mason City, each forfeited $15 bonds on charges of intoxication. TJieodbre Kowney, Mason City was fined $25 for disorderly conduct. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-TO EFFICIENT MEN Make certain that ^Tour Eyes are affording maximum service. Have them examined by DR. H. W. KNUTSON, O. D. Over J. C. Tcnney Store $3 I en TO TWIN CITIES ·"W AND RETURN Tickets on sale each week end. Good in coaches only. Ticket Office Phono 203 M. St. L,. R. R. t»r 1 /)»/» $5 and $6 LAIRD SHOE CO. Where Shoes Arc Rcallv Fitted 14 East State " ON BOOZE COUNT Arrested on Charge of Driving Automobile While Intoxicated. Charles Peterson, 115'/I. Sixth street southwest, is being held on a county attorney's information charging him with driving while ·lu'lcTMCaltia fOttOwtHg --Ilia ' aiTtiiil Sunday afternoon by Policeman Charles Van Horn. Peterson had a small quantity of liquor in a half pint bottle and was intoxicated, according to the officer. He was driving a? Overland automobile bearing the license number, 17-3851. Peterson waived to the grand jury before Police Judge John Shipley Monday morning. Peterson was arrested in the 300 block on South Federal avenue about 4:30 o'clock after he had bumped into the rear end of a car driven by Lee Miller, Manly. His bond was set at $500. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-- IN GERRQ GORDO This Is Part of $1,374,572 sW Paid by Railroad in Iowa. County treasurers in the Iowa counties, where the Milwaukee road operates, this week are receiving from the railroad checks in payment of taxes for the year 1920. Cerro Gordo county receives this year $28,832.02 of the $1,374,572.62 to be used for tne benefit of the residents of this state. Payment is made in two installments. The MilwauKee road has an important investment in Iowa comprising right-of-way, buildings, equipment and over 2,600 miles of track of all kinds. Service is maintained at 350 stations. In normal times its payrolls in the state amount to more than $11,000,000 annually, divided among nearly 6,500 employes. Each year the road purchases materials and supplies costing more than $1,000,000 from manufacturers and producers in Iowa. Railroad 'taxes have increased considerably in recent years. Complete figures for the year just closed are not as yet available but in 1929 the railroads of this country paid In taxes approximately 5420,000,000. Since 1911 railroad taxes have increased 302 per cent, while investment in. their properties increased but 74 per cent. From these statistics it would appear that, so far as taxes are concerned, our railroads are in a class all by themselves. --HAVE TOO VOTED?-- ANNOUNCEMENT ·tt. your Car washed IT r or greased IDC Sanio Quality tt'ork us Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. DR. W. 0. MAUCH DENTIST Weir Bldg. Phone 872 Tailored Up to a High Standard -Not Down to a Low Price FRANK FIALA FINE TAILORING Sfll South Federal Avc. BISMARCK HOTEL CHICAGO RANDOLPH AT LA c-o HEATO Conl ECONOMY Bootless BLACK HAWK 111. Lump KENTUCKY A - L $950 $ oo $^50 Nut W. G. Block Co t 5R2 BLUE RIBBON LUMP COAL. RAINBOW LUMP COAL. PHONE 1176 Consolidated COAL CO. .75 $7.00 PERMANENTS Genuine Realistic Push Waves $4.50 Across Street So. of I'ostofflco PHONE 3180 T O S T O P C O L D S Take |]m world's standard Irealmem --Groves Bromo Quinine lablels. The correct combination of Qni. Tana -- to purify the blood-- and a gentle laxative lo eliminate the impurities. They'requiekond thorough. L A X A T I V E R O M O Q U I N I N E Violators in Two West Border Cities Max Studer, automobile inspector, announced while here for the weekend, that concentrated drives on automobile law violators will be staged in Sioux City and Council Bluffs the coming week. Eight inspectors are to be grouped for the united effort of cleaning up license situations in the two large Missouri river cities. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-- HOLV1K IS GIVEN CURRIE CONTRACT Work Starting Immediately on Construction of Building. Carl HolviK was given the contract for the construction of a one story building, 40 by 80 feet on Second street southwest, immediately adjacent to the Lyons laundry establishment. No announcement has been made as to who is to occupy the structure, but It is understood it will be leased from the Frank R. Currie company, for whom it is to be built. Mr. Holvik's bid was $6,500. Other bidders were R. P. Hanson, M. M. Moen company, Rye Construction company, B. L. Stratton, A. L. Lake and Carl Holmcn. Hansen and Waggoner, local architect firm, drew the plans. Construction on the project was scheduled to start immediately. --HAVE YOU VOTED?-Return From California. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Howell and Mrs. Alvin Lohr and son Ned returned from a trip to California. While there they attended the funeral of Mr. Howell's mother, Mrs. Charles Howell. BAMBER AUTO BODY SHOP Deck Recovering, Inside , . - ming, Panel Straightening, Glass Installing. Phono 855 815 S. Louisiana We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This la the regular $1.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. W. PHONE MOTH-PROOEING (Konate) SERVICE Guaranteed for 3 Years DOES IT PAY to allow expensive Upholstered Furniture to be ruined when it can be saved at so reasonable a charge. Storage Go. SOS Eighth Street S. \V. IS ,. Physics? When you push an ordinary drinking glass upside down into pan of water, the water will not enter the glaji. TKii is became the air in the glass can not fscs.pt. rP 1 * *i*w e laM ° f Phy*'" '"Plains why the BucksufF Burial Vault can be guaranteed co protect the casket from ground waters for 99 years. It a made of puri« fied Keystone Copper Steel; and air sealed. Many familes now consider the vault ai necessary as the casket. T H E R O Y A L P U R P L E V A U L T Randall Funeral Home H. B. MAJOR C. E. SNIPPS Diamond Bread le Contest In accordance with our previous announcements, we are printing today the first prize winning Jingle on the second week's contest. MISS HELEN HOWELL, 203 25th St. S. W., wins first prize with the following: Father and Mother they know why Diamond Bread they always buy. It's tasty, nourishing, Fresh every day And another tiling--It Fits Ta's Pay. The best of ingredients together with scientific knowledge is the wonder team that makes Diamond the Better Bread. IT STAYS FRESH LONGER--THERE'S A REASON Remember! Tlio contest is still going on and your opportunities to win arc just as good this week with a new Jingle--look for it on our Diamond Bread Wrappers. Mason City Baking Co. BAKERS OF DIAMOND -- THE BETTER BREAD

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