The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 28, 1939 · Page 7
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March 28, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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m MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY. MARCH 23, 1939 IETY Schools From Deer Creek Township to Give One Act Plays MELTONVILLE--Three schools of Deer Creek township No. 1, 3, and 5, have planned one-act plays by the pupils instead of the regular declamatory work. These three schools will give the three plays Thursday evening in district No. 3. Miss Dorothy Harmon, Miss Huth Holt and Miss Marion Borcherding are the teachers in charge with Mrs. Ed Prestegaard, Mrs. Lee Larick and Mrs. N. V. Huber in charge of serving the lunch. --o-STRIKE-WIN EY NASHUA--Clarence E. Strike, son. of Major C. L. Strike of Madison, Wis., and a student at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, the "past three years, was married March 23, at the First Congregational church in Kansas City, Mo., to Miss Betty Winey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Winey of Lawrence. The bride- groom, who has made his home since his birth svith his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Leaman, is a graduate o£ Nashua high school. --o-Auxiliary at Wesley Will Meet April 3 WESLEY--The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday night, Apri 3, with Mrs. J. T. Meurer as hostess. Members are making plans for their annual amateur program to be held in KleinpeterV hall Friday night, April 14. and many good numbers have already been entered. --o-Aredale Man, 74, Is Honored at Dinner AREDALE--William Mahlstadt celebrated his 74th birthday Sunday. His children and other relatives met at the Mahlstadt home and a dinner was served by his daughter. Stretch Your Bmdget Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern . 1 19 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day 5 W SUPERB COSTUMES for the Easter Parade! New! Smart! Distinctive! Temptingly Priced! Deluxe COATS Dressy! Sport! Casual! Exclusive dressy coats in black or navy--new collarless styles . . stunning corselette silhouette . . contrasting scarfs! Sporty fleeces in Grapetone, Mist, Teal Blue--stunning tweeds and plaids-marvelous boxy, reefer and swing styles' Distinctive SUITS COSTUME MAN-TAILORED $1 O95 $ 12 16 95 Wool Jacket Over Dress Wear the smart wool jacket separately: They're snug or loose-fitting i n b r i g h t stripes, plaids or solid colors --and are very, very flattering over the individual styled dress! An adorable Easter costume; Suit Masterpieces Swing into Spring with a clever man-tailored suit! All are flawlessly made in durable gabardines . . g r a y , navy or b l a c k Carolina stripes.--each features the flattering snug waist and broad shoulders! TRUCKING BILL ESCAPES SNARL Amendment to List Farm-Market Trucks in Measure Defeated DES MO1NES, W--The truck bill affecting the taxes and practices of 94,000 Iowa carriers escaped a traffic snarl in the Iowa house Tuesday when the lower chamber defeated an amendment seeking to list farm-market trucks in the measure's definitions. Representative John Knudson (R), Marshalltown, offered the amendment which would have defined farm-market trucks to include livestock, dairy, feed and farm machinery haulers. violate the lasv," lie declared. He also scored the ton-mile tax system by which the large " f i x e d ] route" truckers arc assessed. . "These big operators are .supposed--I am saying 'supposed'-to pay the ion-mile tax," he said. The bill revises the entire truck licensing system, seeks to abolish the ton-mile tax and substitute a "certificate fee" of $375 in its place and would place outside truckers on a reciprocity basis when using Iowa roads. Kisse Disputes Contentions Pine charged that one group fighting passage of the bill was inspired by "one man attempting to hold his particular job as an organizer." Representative H. F. Risse (11), Mitchell disputed Knudson's contentions by saying he had been asked by Mitchell county truckers to support the bill as presented. Pine obtained house approval The move was voted' down. S(i \ ( f ;m amendment exempting li 44. after Representative F. J. j creamery and wholesale mill; Pine ( R ) . Columbus Junction, us- i trucks "when engaged cxelusivc- SL-rted the 40-page bill as written I | y in the transportation of mill; specifically exempts the operation and cream originating on the of all trucks owned by Style No. 2147 is designed for sizes 11, 13, 15. 17 and 19 years. Style No. 2564 is designed for sizes 12, 14, l(i : 18, 20 years, 30, 32, 34, 36, and 38-inches bust. Send fifteen cents (15c), for each pattern. Spring fashion magazine 10 cents extra. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe- Gazette Pattern Department, 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City. farmers and used to haul their own produce to market. Charge "Clever Manipulation' 1 In a speech ringing with allegations of "clever manipulation" and the "stigma of big business interests," Knudson declared inclusion of the definition was the first and necessary step to grant drastic concessions to the farm-market hauler. At one stage he inferentially charged the bill's sponsors with seeking to choke off debate. Knudson said the lower license schedule he was backing granted the farm-market hauler cheaper rates because much of the latter's travel is over mud roads, "while the rest of these fellows whiz by on improved roads." Assail Law Violations Pine went in for oratorical fireworks himself when he told the house the bill was necessary "because DO per cent of the truckers are chiseling on their loads." "There aren't 10 per cent of the truckers in the state who do not farm' 1 from the terms of the bill PLAN SALE SATURDAY T1TONKA--Tlie Dorcas Sunday school class of the Methodist church will hold a sale of baked goods at the Earl Stott Hardware store on Saturday. Pie and coffee will be served. HIE! M A S O N C I T Y SOUTHV/IND shows exclusively SELLS BUSINESS KAGLE GROVE--Joseph Gunderson has disposed of the stock and fixtures of the Smoke Parlor, on West Broadway, to Forrest Fromm. who recently operated the Recreation Parlors in the Paine; block. WIDE SELECTION OF WALLPAPER at THRIFTY prices as seen in VOGUE GLAMOUR MADEMOISELLE They'ra her*-- our whale n«w line of WIMBLEDON felfi in a range of colon that will match all y our accessories. Marvelout styles, even more marvelously priced. ST. ELIZABETH'S 1RCLE MEET« St. Elizabeth's circle met with Mrs. George Wobschall, 208 Eighth place southeast, Monday with 10 present including three guests. Mrs. E. Burtis was assisting host:s=. Chinese checkers were played vith prizes going to Mrs. Les Gleason and Mrs. Bilh Boys Conduct Tour to Stone Quarries Approximately 20 members of the Friendly Indians club o£ the Y. M. C. A. staged a hike to the stone quarries in Mason City Monday under the leadership of Jay Brown, Harold MoU and Don Law. Another educational hike will be conducted Thursday to the Northwestern States Portland Cement company under the direction of John Armentrout and Norman Alsbury. The boys will meet at McKiniey school" at 9:30 a. m. In order to accommodate slu- dents during the spring vacation, the Y. M. C. A. will keep the lobby open daily from 9 to 11 a. m., 1:30 to 5:30 p. m. and from 7 to 8:30 p. in. President of Bank at Orchard Finishes Liquidation Process OSAGE, (ff 1 )--E. O. Clapper, 65, j president and principal stockholder I of the Orchard State bank, has completed liquidation of the bank which he started and stopped voluntarily so he could retire. He begun paying off depositors Jan. 6. Clapper and Shaffer brothers of New Hampton organized the bank in 1907. He began buying up all the stock several years ago and when he closed the institution he owned all but a small number of the shares which had increased in value from S100 to 5300. New Coats and L. 0. Thorson, Swea City, Is Director of Kossuth Board ALGONA-r-Al a board of directors meeting of the Kossuth Agricultural association held Saturday at Algona, L. O. Thorson, Swea City, was appointed as new director" to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of .1. M. Patterson, Algona. He will fill out the unex- pired term of one year. Monkey Gels Crowd's Roar LONDON, U.R) -- Hundreds of shoppers watching a monkey hunt Gen. Stark Kay Designated CONCORD, N. H., (U.P.)--The New Hampshire house of representatives passed a measure providing for the observance of June 17 as ' : Gen. John Stark Day." Ceremonies will be held "in commemoration of the patriotic devotion which this outstanding New Hampshire hero gave his country." roared with laughter wiien the General Stark fought in the battle monkey turned the tables on a poof Bunker Hill. I lice officer. The officer retreated ; j when Jocko, apparently tired of In 1B30, a total of 288 man- being hare, rushed at him showing Suits $·795 $Q95 THE COATS: Soft dress coats . . fitted and boxy . . . Colorful TWEEDS . . . boxy toppers . . . Feminine Reefer . . . dressy or tweeds. THESUITS: Man Tailored . . . In Stripes, too Soft dressy Suits in Monotones Tweed-Jacket Combination Suits COATS Emphasize ^ Waistlines We've f i n a l l y come around to it again! The hour-glass silhouette is what we aim for. The newest coots emphasize waistlines, with their own nipped in effects and that means flattery for you! hours were required to produce 100 bushels of wheat but in 1930, because of mechanization, only 49 man-hours were needed. his teeth and chattering angrily. Jocko jumped on his shoulder-but instead of biting the officer, kissed his car. Wears the Pants-arid Apron Gorgeous DRESSES Gay, Fascinating for All Spring Events! A glorious Easter a r r a y! Charming gay floral, figured and dot prints! Exquisite Rose! Superb Mauve! Gorgeous Capri Blue! Smart Aqua! Popular Navies! Alluring frocks with boleros and capes! Jacket and redingote models! Unbeatable buyil 3 SOUTH FEDERAL \V. W. Douglas, who used (o earn 55,000 a year but now can't find a man's job, docs his wife's work \vhilc she's out earning: the family's daily bread. Their daughter, Blair, calls him "mummic" and here she wants lo know how soon lunch will be on the table. The Douglases live at Louisville, Ky. 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